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TULSDAY MORNINfr, AUGUST 19, IMtf
Tlio fuVuwing resolution was utini
IiiouhI adopted t (he great S.te Union
Convert. iun held in this city My 12, 1802 :
firmfwl, Thai we recognize in tho
"Nahhyit.i.b. Union an ! exponent of
the principles of t!ie Union men of Ten
nessee, and we earnestly recommend it
a well deserving of the patronage of
Union men errry where;
Ion. I ninrrioi lUtaorldgo.
We learn from gentlemen who hare
been In Trenton, that this eloquent and
fc&rless patriot hits been making speeches
at several points in his district, which
were listened to by vast crowds of peo
ple, who came twenty and thirty miles,
meo, women and children, to hear him.
lie expects to be here about the 1st of
l.nt I'nprra, iHall. elc.
As it will take several days to repair
the bridges and tunnel on the railroad, it
will be some days before we Lave a mail.
Until then we shall have to rely on the
4a1 Afrr till and rwl.la anil nnih nt-ttr)i.vin)
included, which is in a sickly condition at
present, having been worked nearly to
death. We are indebted to a friend for
Iouisville and Cincinnati dates of the
JC.th and 17th inat. All straight again in
a few dnys.
Mcveu)-lnh I'nnn.ylwaiiln lit
This superb regiment now at this
place, Col-illiMunKiliT, marched 'yester
day evening to tho Capitol where they
paraded beforo Governor Johnson. Tho
Governor addressed them in an animated
and stirriiiK .speech of some twenty
minutes, and at its conclusion, the troops
wont through the drill. Every move
ment waa executed with grace and as
tonishing celerity. It is undoubtedly
one of the very linesl drilled regiments in
the service. Tho regiment comes, we be
lieve, from Lancaster county Penn
sylvania, and is made of splendid look
ing iuuii. May their flag wave triumph
antly wherever they meet traitors in
riuk't Willi liurrrllln uenr Plain
'moth 'uvr--A Whole 1'arty Cp
A couple of reliable citizens of Maury
county, just returned from Louisville,
informed us yesterday that a party of
eighty guerrillas, who were on their way
from Mcado county, Ky., to join Mor
gan's force at some point near Gallatin,
' wero surprised by thirty-seven Home
Guards near Mammoth Cave on last
tnrday evening. Afler a short contest
the Captain of the guerrillas was killed
And two of his troop wounded, when the
rest surrendered. The Home Guards did
not receive a scratch. At them again,
Kentucky! Let all good and loyal citi
zens follow tho example of these Home
Guards, and wo will soon be rid of these
radian marauders who aro now laying
waste our homes. Let us scourgo the
villains from the earth; our soil is too
sacred to be polluted by the footsleps of
such demons or their friends. They
must be e terminated, they shall be.
Let us delay the work no longer. We
long to bco Col. SlVKKs' regiment filled
with law-abiding Tenncsscans.
Theatre. Tho comedy of SlH Water
Jiun Dry attracted a fine house and tho
performance gave enliro satisfaction
To-night Mii'lihiiiif will bo repeated in
answer to the numerous enquiries at the
box-office, togelhvr with a furco of A
Kins in Tits Dark. Mr. J. F. Lyttont, the
well known Irish comedian and vocalist,
will also appear for this night only, and
give us one of his inimitable Irish Songs
in character. This bill ought to (ill the
house, and we hope ton h w ill be the
llEATMJARTr.US 1'lSTllK T Or THK. OllIO,
Nasiivim.b, Ti:nn., Aug. 18, lHiJl1.,
Smiu, Onpr.m, No. Fl8.
I. Enlisted men, unless accompanied
by, and under the charge of, commission
ed officers, are prohibited from stopping
at Hotels or public houses in this city.
The l'rovost Marshal is directed to en
force this order, and to see that all keep
crs of public houses arc iu formed of it,
and that all enlisted men report at the
lbirraeks provided for them.
Uy command of Major ti. n. Hi in..
Signed.! W. II. MIH-.I.L,
Maj. loth U.S. Infantry A. A. A. G
Hknhy Stonk, A. A. A. G.
August lit.-1 w.
In l'eekskill, New York, one d.iy Ust
week, a merchant having lost some mon
ey, accused the thetl upon a respectable
lady who chanced to be iu bisslore mak
ing some purchases. Me caused her to
bo searched, but not lidding- the stolen
treasure, she was permitted to go ou her
way. Hut she being thus dislioncred,
determined upon redress. '1' hen fore,
next day, being armed with a raw hide,
she confronted her accuser and demand
ed reparation. This was denied, anil
she, regardless of thu shrieks of his lady
attendants, arid his loud " demand for
assistance," plnd with heavy and well
aimed Mows the whip. 1'inally gelling
fieo from his troublesome antagonist, ho
"retreated in Kod order."
Tinift.t aiul 2','on,, l'aiik .V,,'j)',iV. .1
redcnicd or reeeivtd in cxh.ng' for
large Notes; and Yirgiuia, North Caro
lina, and Oioco Money bought at the
highest rati1, at the Insmance (IJ'.ee of
V, J. Mills, No. 2.' Collide Street (.ipjMi
sils 8etraiiro House ) Aug. 1 1 tf.
The following very beautiful tribute
to tho memory of a fallen soldier was
sent to us by an officer at Tullahoma,
with a note stating that it is from tha
pen of a "charming little Michigan girl
of only twelve summers." Hundreds
will read it and weep for the memory of
some dear one whom they shall never
see again :
Which nmt came, on grcn eatih, darerin,
lUDny (umniT'i golden l;gut,
From our noitia went forth th btare.t
Anried for Freedom', holy fglit ;
Firm anl h-'jiful fill nf fmrn;-
I.iglit of all tmr hi"i.e hold hajel ;
Sacrim- al ioot too precton.,
Kveo fur 'Mir the Mi'd laud.
Bui lo young liourt Devor fullere'l j
ll, h knew, waa purtioe hlih,
And h went, resolved to ronqiier,
Or, while, battling lravly, illo.
No unmanly grief ami orruw,
When lie l.fl hi. home, wa.- shown ;
Boiaelhtug hopeful, outuetlitug vlieiirti.c.
Mingled Willi III1 ai:det tone.
Wliru l:a look myliaii'lat artin.
Knowing well wa oilglil, no more,
Mint a we hid nut and mliiKliil,
Iu luetmi.j.y lert'loforo,
The c:i till, firm Toii e alnviiit trembled,
And Hie loving clnni wa luiik',
Y.'t Lin i-pliit uio. cr wavor."!
From ItH'purp gi'-at and strong.
i' I oliey tlte voice, of duly,
Wh.o 1 ait.wrr I'rv 'iloin' rn 1 ;
Ii not mourn for me In angimli,
If 'IU liod'i will I Khnuld fall.
I ko not lo win tirou'l glory,
And a high and nitnlitg name,
For my country I i-liell atrugnle,
Btrivihg to nao bcr fi oin Miami1.
I ihall Ik a Illiiiir lo'dlrr,
Ili-ady for my land to ilk-
SIuv (Jod kn p j ou af '. aud Miv Jon
I'ray for mo nomotiiuoi (iood l-yii."
Tliat wn nil. Tlio olap lirokon,
And through luor (hope falling fart,
On liiit manly Rirm mid fantur.,
In dorp Borrow, g-izod I lant.
All llii' lljlil and all tho aun-hlne
Foeinud to tad lo gloom away,
When be left my nlde, a tttMitf,
On that ilreary nummor duy ;
All tlie iuioihiiii-1, ft me, villi him,
Kor In hU soft eyoti and hair
Luy my wealth uf t-miliiig earth lltit.
r'hone my :iihluo clear and niro.
Jutd one your :tgo thU morning
Kince ho piu-Unl from me here,
silica he wiMit furl li nrdiml, eiirnoat,
I'lilting liy nil grief and finr :
ThronKh loon nioniha I've uti lo d and waited.
In fond ho, In doaht, in luin,
Kor the aomlnij of the dour ono
1 r-hall noor ace apaTii I
Where in hey oh I anguished ! Irlt,
Which In MHor gii. f d .tb how
Whore It he, onr pridt, our ldolr
Where it lie, onr brave one, now
On tho hlood eCilnod ilu,m of fhlloh
Lies hiH proud and nohle form,
Btilckeu by the llylliR death liot
HI lli.it feolful li.iltle itorm.
Clot' d for aye, hi eyes so londer,
Sdh d in ituiit lit golden hair,
t'uhl aud white, iu iK-alh'rt dark tiliii.lou.
Kieitnrre rutin and angel fulr ;
Caro'esx round III.- damp l arlh pillow
Mt Hiigci'H ad unlo ediiig tnad,
And, without oho 1'inif of eorrow,
Ciar.v upou our i hei't.-hod dead.
Killed iu h ittle ! oh my hroilier I
Let our i'iiiw he won or load,
Wlml c.ire I, f r to me, e.tlier
A moet fMrfu! prl u ha lit r.iet;
Never morobhall Joyous aunsliiue
My Had h'tirt Willi gladlieiiM till ;
Allure makea u dee;, d-iji sh.idow.
Hut, oh! 7eu m.tkeH ivj-.t alii !
Gen l'opo has issued an order to tho
effect, thai General Order No. 5, requiring
troops to be subsisted on the country, has
been grossly abused by many ollicers and
soldiets. It is to be distinctly under
stood that no officer or sold er has a rioht
to enter tho house, or molest the person,
or disturb the property of any person.
Whenever it is necessary or convenient,
provisions, forage, and such articles as
are required, will be used, but every seiz
ure must be by order of tho commanding
officer of tho troops there present, and by
the officer of tho department through
which Iho ijsnes aro made. Any officer
or soldier w ho has entered the house, or
molested the property of any citizen will
be severely punished.
(If course this is tho legitimste con
struction of Order No. 5, which the lying
newspapers of rcbeldom have so wilfully
perverted. Tho seizure of an enemy's
ptoperty in time of war must be made by
the military authorities.
Iho krbool Hill.
A special meeting of the Common Coun
cil was held at 3 o'clock yesterday af
ternoon, for the purpose of ro-considering
the vote taken on the School Hill. The
Superintendent, Mr. J. I.. Mr.iiiS, was
present, and by request explained the
necessity of passing the bill, when it
was taken upon reconsideration, and be
came a law, as follows :
A HILL to amend the city laws in rela
tion to the l'ublic Schools.
Be it fna.n l lyth City Cimnri!, That
the City Laws, as to Public Schools, be so
amended, as to authorize the Hoard of
Kducation to postpone the time of the
commencement of said schools, from the
lirst Monday in Septcmbi r, to such time
as the City Council may see proper.
Sec. That the Secretary aud Trea
surer of the Hoard of Kducation be au
thorized and rcqtusted to employ gome
suitable person or persons to take charge
of the l'ublic School-houses aud furni
ture, and take care of the same during
the suspension, and pay the cienst'
therefor out of the School funds.
Passed the Hoard of Aldermen, August
M. M. HKIIIN, I'tesid. nt. .
Concurred in by Common Council,
August 1 1'''-.
(J. M. MH'TlKiATr'., l'les't juv.. rVw.
Approved, Aug. IS, ISt'.'J.
JOHN lll'till SMITH, Mayor.
The Hoard then adjourned.
There ate numberless eiedicnts re
sorted to iu order toescaie the draft, but
an exchange furnishes uo original one te
so'ted to by A drayman. Having pro
cured a pair of old boots, he deliberately
knoikedoll' lliebeilof one, and a de
liberately walked into the doctor's olllce.
Time Win necessarily an inequality in
the length of ped.ils, and a peculiar "dot
and go on" gait that could not be mista
ken. A certificate of "defective buibs"
was pocketed, and the relieved teamster
Late from Southern Tapers.
'I he apt ii re of Kainn llouge---lo-
trvcclon r the ltm Arkansas.
(Ry telegraph to It e" Hwhiorwid liaminer, Aug. 0.
Mobile, August 8, 18(52.
A special dispatch to the jidvtiiiser and
P.tyhta; dated Jackson, to-day, says:
Gsn. Van Dorn permits Die to copy the
Amite Uivkk, Aug. C, 1802.
About one o'clock this morning the
Federal gunboats attacked the Confede
rate ram Arkansas. Messengers inform
me that the fought them well for some
time, inflicting great damage. She was
then blown up by her crew. The mes
senger thinks they all escaped.
JOHS C. HtlECKIXniDGK.
Collet's Hivlh, Tex Miles mom IUtos
JUougb, August C, ly."2.
We occupied tho whole of the town and
the battle field till evening, bnt no decis
ive result was gained after my last dis
patch. There being no water between
here and the Mississippi rivor compelled
me to come here. 1 moved at my own
time and in order. The Arkansas laid,
with her machinery injured, iifty miles
above the town all day yesterday. Her
commander sent mo word last evening
that he would try to get her up the river,
and asked if it be possible to send him
a boat lo aid him. From tho reports she
is permanently unserviceable. Wc burn
ed nearly all of their camps and a large
amount of stores, and cut tliem up dad
ly. General Williams and other promi
nent officers nre killled.
J. C. HllKCKIN'niWiE.
Ronior says that General Clarko is a
piisoner. l'arties from the field say that
our victory was complete. The ground
was strewn with the dead and wounded.
Hrigadier-Gcncral John C. had to go
back ten miles from the river in order to
find water; yet he "moved at his own
time, and in order." Did he expert the
two or three thousand troops at Baton
Kougo to follow him and cut him to pieces,
when ho had, as tho dispatches all allege,
."0,000 men? It is evident from John
C.'s own dispatch that ho was badly
THE PKSTBUOTION OF THE HAM AUKAXSAS.
Kroin tho Richmond Whig Aug. 9
The Confederate sloop-of war Arkan
sas, Lieutenant II. K. Stevens, of South
Carolina, commanding, left Vicksburgon
Monday to co-operate in the attack on
Haton llotigo. After passing llayou Sara
some portion of her machinery became
disabled, and she was hauled in towards
the shore for repairs. Whilst in this po
sition she was attacked by a licet of Yan
kee gunboats from below. After a gal
lant resistunee she was abandoned and
blown up. The officers and crew, we aro
informed, reached tho shore in safety.
NEW ORLEANS TIIUKATENEI).
From the Pelts.
There is a current rcjKirt about (own
to tho effect that the L'nioi forces arc to
be expelled from New Orleans in August,
say about the 15th. We are assured that
a great many " quiet pcoplo" believe this
report to be true. Indeed, wo have been
told how the thing is to bo accomplished.
The rebel forces are to come down upon
us in three columns one over the lakes,
ono down the Mississippi river, and one
from the Algiers side. Vc have no facts
as to tho mode of transportation. We
are simply told that the "rebels are
coming," and we are kindly requested to
"wait and see." The authors of these
absurd reports are, of course, enemies of
the peace of the city, enemies of order,
enemies of tha United States. They de
serve to be severely punished.
We do not complain of these rumors
because of auy effect they may have
upon (tie tioops of (ieu. Hutier, but we do
complain of the injury they do to simple
people, who have not time to examine
them, and to ascertain how little of
foundation or hope of success there is for
tho recapture of Now Orleans,
No Hope fur t'orelg.i Intervention.
It is the interest of Great Hritain that
this war shall go on until tho North is
overwhelmed with debt and taxation,
and thoroughly exhausted of men, capi
tal, and materials for conducting a suc
cessful rivaly in manufactures and com
merce ; and until, also, the South shall be
everywhere overrun, her slaves taken oil",
her labor system completely overturned,
anil all the circumstances which gave
the South a monopoly of the cotton cul
ture shall be destroyed. The talk about
her starving operatives is the silly cant
of women and clergymen. Lnglaud could
better afford, and her government would
prefer, to see live millions of her operat
ives starved to death, rather than to ee
tho civil dissensions of this country heal
ed and its affairs embarked again on the
career of prosperity on which they wero
moving two years ago. She has had the
cunning, by heavy brilies, to controlling
members of the republican patty of the
North, to inaugurate the present troubles,
and, despite of the sentimentalism which
she is now preaching on the horrors of
war, she is tho real instigator of tho ag
gressive measures of tho North against
tho South. She hud the address to miiko
the Not Ih her rival in manufactures and
cotiimerci do her woikupoullie South
her successful competitor in the cot
ton culture. IK r tw o rival s iu matters
touching her vital interests are engaged
in deadly collision, ami she would tl.ij
day choose rather that all her starving
operatives should perish, than that the
North and South should be at peace until
their work of mutual destruction is com
pleted. liichnumd Liamintf, A'ij. bth.
Co tarlmlk on Ilie 1 ulon.
lhiring the late provincial tour of this
celebrated pianist iu the Canadas, he gave
an exhibition of his patriotism to our
neighbors. At his concei t iu Montreal,
the hoiiso being crammed to overllowing,
loud calls were made for ''Oixiu'' as soon
as the pianist took his seat. Such a re
ception for a moment natural. y confused
the pianist, but collecting his Mi as at
once, be laced his audit nee and sat in si
lence for a few moments, with folded
arms. When the tumuli ceased he turned
to his piano, and, a one of his compan
ions says, played "Hail Columbia," the
'Star Spangled Haulier," ami "Yankee
Doodle," as they w ire never befoie played
on that instrument. The audience was
completely shamed and acknowledging
the relmke, wero liberal in their applause
during the rest of the evening. It may
not le geneiallv known thut tiotiai lialk
is a native of New Orleans, ami for llns
exhibition of ns patriotism he should
have full credit. After the conceit, be
remarked (o a liieiid tbat hu Mould have
seen the audience in 'lophet before he
would have complied wi'.h their demand.
IIohskj 'Wasted. Petsons having
good horse for sale w ill find a good mar
Vet for thera by applying to Capf. Lamu.
See advertisement. It is hoped that
all persons who have horses to dispose
of will bring them forward without de
lay, as horses twtit be bad. The follow
ing mode which Gen. Boyle has adopted
in onr sister state, Kentucky, shows how
earnest, the Government is in wishing to
procure them, in order to suppress the
atrocions guerrilla warfare which i de
vastating the country.
Krneral Or4cr-:o. o
Heaikji t"S U S. Foat'itK w Ktxm cvy, I
Loi iniui, July ao, Iw i.
Tor the guidance of officers in the mai
lers referred lo liorcin, the following
Orderis made :
I. In making seizure of horses lo
mount the cavalry authorized by the
Government to be' raised in Kentucky, it
shall ba done by two commissioned offi
cers appointed by tho Colonel or ollicer
in command of the recruiting station.
The names of tho officers assigned to this
duty will be reported to these hcadqtiar
tors immediately on the receipt of this
order. No private soldier, non-commissioned
ollicer, in any case, will be per
mitted to make any seizure of horses.
II. Tho officers appointed to make
seizure will keep in a book the names of
all persons whose horses are seized,
with the value of each horse. They w ill
give to the owner of the horse a receipt
for the same and valuation thereof
the payment thereof br tho Government
depending on the loyalty of the person.
Tho ollicers will report to these head
quarters a full statement of all horses
seized and value of each.
111. Tho commanders of regiments and
recruiting stations are enjoined to en
force this order strictly. Any violations
of it by officers or privates will subject
the otl'ender to punishment. No com
missions will be issued to officers viola
ting it, or allowing it bo violated. The
commanding officers will be held respon
sible for tho strict enforcement of this
Hy Command of Hrig.-Gen. Hcvle.
Captain & A. A. G.
Aug. 11 Cf.
M. L. ALEXANDER,
Auction 5c Commission
no. 7i 1'nti.ir aiii:,
OOLII'ITS CONSIGNMENTS, AND WILL OI VK
O proinid attonlioli lo lln aa v uf llry (iuoiis, Boola,
taboo', llatx Hnd inVrohundiPe Kolleniily.
Wtf'Atl Kiile t'ltiili. mid return nuide ironipt!y.
Rki-eukni'I'm : MorrH ti Strntlon, K. 8. Ilollliis
A (Jo , A. .1. Human Co., Niudmllc, loiin.
To Town and Country Mer
chants, Sutlers, &c . &c.
BUY YOUR STOCK
AXU SMALL W1UCS,
- AT WHOLESALE, Or'
J. M. MURPHY,
72 PUBLIC SQUARE.
IMMC IfcKTII (liMBS, HKI'I'INi; Coll It: AU.
kin. is or I LAX TIIHKAKS, WOOL CoIToNS,
BITIUNS. hKW'lMi SII.KS,
Cap, Letter and Note Paper,
BLAXK COOKS and STATIONERY,
IJl'IWS, PU'E-, WALLETS, POCKET KN'IVKS,
I P0KTFMONNA1K.4, I'AI'EH Ol.l ARS, TLAIN
an I t'ANCV SMAl-d, IIKI'SIIKS, aud I'EBI-TalKKY,
llooicH RUtl I0yM,
I'iiiH, Oolil-Kyoil. Noovllw,
PALM I.KAf and FAVCV FANN, LKKSS l'.RAHW,
lINllN;, TAPES, an I a ttouar,d utlior Ar
tit Ira loi num'Tons to mention.
(jT All Southern Money Taken.
jti-CU tittiro purchasing elilre.
UriMi HE PAIh FOB Tf I K ItKVKIlY OF
Iho h irvt y.-i 'a Jn.sii tinu ia-,
o.nr.vss, li;vi:ls, &c
l loiilnn "i" My,hl. Ii wore uk.-n from tlie
U;iimi a iJ.'partiiLeiil, m lite loHor end ol tlie
Mi kei -llowai', during ihe w. .,k of the Htni- iu Kcl
luary licl. j vi. Ill till hMITIi
RAN A WAY FltOM T11K MCBSCIII IIF.lt,
lo'iir Kaahvllle, Teiin., on tlie lmh ,Uv ol f'T
Auil, rfi;2, a .Nn-ro man nmi.it Tl I.MO N ; r&
uh .nl US e u old ; ,', fi-el A ,.r li IriHm, hu Ii , VS
null-' hi u L ; a In. L era oil lieu he lei t ; w 1m ... ul
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f.w ditrm a'.i. and Hud hew in In M '.rfi.-r-l.ro at llm
lime of ilia iie I, vine, and got u.hiiv wounded in
U. e hand. I mil n:ve tl.e al ove l;-,o I .r u,e ,1..
livery orihe a..l lo-y In lln.hiil al SivbvilLi, so thai
I ran ret nun.
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Itank nf T.iniie.M.a. .
Men lianln' Itink
M ini, of the 1 ni.iu
Tr ot, re' Bank
loik of l oiiun -r,
araiiK' Ii ,nk
Unik of f.ria '
Dana o I liatlanma
In oi M-'iuidin. ....... ,.
11 irk Buik .'..!
liil er lie uk
( oiiiiueri ial Buia
Pank of N iehville
Hnk of Hlielh) vilje '.
Oro. e Buik
Ilai.k of llandri !Ke ,,
Hank of Weal Tinn.a
Rink ..I Mn.ll. .,,,....
Ml ' i
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. . . l'J r.t ' prem.
Norlliern Hank .""'
Or.-i.v and s..ut:i Carolina
Nnrth IVndin and Vng.nia ....
IM)l I1TI IX WILD CAT.
flortli Weatern Hunk of Oi orjK
llank of l!r Kinpire Male,l,eu.
lintik of Allieui, (iiHi.
Rink of hii 11. i ).
Tiiuher I uiura B.mk.
llefuae the laaiira of nil llnnka
uimiiiuiiea neioii .
The following; T. uuewe Hanks are t.n.kan, or
have li'.u Mound up ; and thtir .Soiiw, H any are
out, ar' ulUTly worllilvw :
Axnriiitural nank, at Bruwi.a.illa.
etitr.il I link of Tenlieaieo, at N.ieliviile.
Fanners' and M.M:lianii' llnnk,at li mliliiJ.
Meelianla' hank, nt M-rn.lna.
" Idiia 8Mint lnntiiiitli.il, at Momplua.
Kvelianiro I'ank, at Murlr.-e-horo.
Miliars' ami M unufaoliiMn' llank, ill Knnxville.
Iliiik ot lltwl TenneetM., ut Kliovville.
Hank of Tn nt, n, ul Trenton.
Unik of Jelli-raou, at llindre'e.
Hauk of I iad,oi lie, al Tazewell.
Mink of Tazewell, at T.ir -well.
Law n iie huru llmk.al Lawrenoehurg.
l il roioi' Riuk, al Jlempiin.
L'ank of Ami rii, al (UarlutrLlaj
JAMKS LOW & CO.
208 & 210 West Side Sixth Street,
WE IIATK ON HASP, ASD FOR AI.,'"3
Ol Hip bran-is cf "Amfiioiii," "Union." Spragtift,"
500 Cases Bleached Cottons;
100 Cases Canton Flannels ;
l 1'ascs IMalA lilnsrys.
A f"" aaort nt nf SVTIVFTTS, FLANNELS,
8TI'1T O'Jill'S, OISUHAM-i, and oilier ,ii(,.h hi
our line, to w hieli we iuvlie Ike aitentmn of Healer.
July 'Ju lni.
Southern Bank Notes.
HANK NOT KB.
AND GOVERNMENT CHECKS,
Bol'llHT AMI iliLIl I1V
A. li. S IMOH1) Ai (.,
V.i. f-0, Coll.vetit., (Mercbaut'l Hunk Uiilldiug.)
Claims Against tho United
1)KI"ONM holding CUIms iil the U.S. Uovern.
liieui, eilln r for lr iperty tuki n for Ilia uno of luc
Army, or for Hun i;o w l'marty, WilarterinaHler lie-e--i'U
or Cerlllieaiea. r.ln Iiavo llieni Kott'ed and rol
lil ted Iy plaelliK Hu m in the Land. o I'HAKI.M II
lllll-.KN, .iK' Hl 'or ttie Niitiorml Ll.iiiu AKi-ney 'of
Wa-loiDf'ou, II, C. I Mile" of tha Teunivxee UniLeli'ol
Ibe AKeuev. Nu :1H l.'rei r j Hlroet , upstairs.
Jlll -10 tt.
rnn BAGS OK the celebrated
0JJ MUkli'.-ri'.K'KK MILL JtLOlK.
For Silo l.y
W M. I. VOX, 41, Market ft.
For Rent, Cheap,
TWO URSirtAHLft IlKFI-
A IiKM'KS line ..r a l. rm of )e.i ; Ihe ollo r
for the t.Ul of Ihi-J vefir.
A' ly to Ii. O. JUNKS al ThouiK,.n Co.',
', li.-liego Wtroel. au5-llf
CIIAliLES H. (JltKEX
AtiKNT full THE OOLLFl-IT'lN Of CLAIMS
All A INST T11K V. H. liUVKUNMKNT.
oakc, o. 34 iieiihv m iii:i:i ,
I n Main,
V SHALL rt'RNsIKI HOrsR, OR TIIKKK
furn:nhel Itooiu. aud Klleiii-n.
Addreim, Willi t. rnin. A. C .," llm 7n. Tot
OlhVo. ' niiK -Iw"
Good Board and Lodging,
AT .n.oo run wekk, in tar i i n ii ;
llijr r.'oard, ,3.00.
No. 1 1 I in -r i y bireel.
A lltH'SK TO HE NT. Aily lo M. I'aifoni.
ai ,-ti;l .e iil
')KAX-A niiiill lot i( r.-flnM II tux,
oi aa.e Ly WM II UN
COITEKAS I bliU., fur ul l.y
IO K T1IK ll A L AS K OK lwi2 OK A TERM
uf y -it , ill- ( "ti fiii ni -ul ui-in ..!:. i"Bii. i.
No. 27, West side of Spruce St.,
between V1 .r and I'no'ii SlriipU, lit (he e;tv, known
a. ' H ir fa N.l Cn..k..."
- F t f iriU. r i'iiiiieul,,r e;,d nn Mm. C. Ci ai
Col, fi.l, Chunll Slieel, , li J.'. v ,,,,, ,
N'ollli Clierrv Mri.t.
N.ibvioe, A'MUl Jlh, l'v.i. au.;.'. tin
Dr. King's Dispensary
ion riecvi n; ihm ams.
Zft I,R K!NO,furmrly of N Yurh,
i fZ J Hie ImI fur ywn of Uiuiiv .i, ky.
Uil who bta aefol.'d bit fttliitib
lh iriMtmrnl of priTuie f1i. fur ao y-i, tutu-r
bima-!., Iiuik ftiUiuiitnl u rtuliKt lcrnmj
ywtm, aii.l curd luft-ny tttu4.Mtu.li, he m eoiililtlji
oure till il ,. ut a jinvau uutura, do moucr L"
lhty my be frotu inju tino n nit'll,-.nl iri-Niiit.uut,
ur frniu uv a i U( itivirnwD. lr Kiii't iiiKiM-uMirv
No 'i3 U'-l-rt( k slrr-l, b ltL t'L. tiy And U.e.imrr ,
n-tuu mufrj, urrt uo rur-t I gHil H ;riVa.t
(i aoofh cure-1 wiihiul nUKWji,i tsoJu'iii or il.
rforti.ee lib buneaa
Hli ii tjfu uf ulti or rt-o-Dt di.10, rTix'iuf.ily rurl
frw tl , by tii oHThiio wbitb v'tm-m do u ,
iir -,ifii.uri) mil (miiu ciain4 Ihi fu'yt- J
i (av h i" I4UIU Ul 'rw lU.aH.Ulr, Bg UOUi
bi iiiw Lii o'Utt auii n kt muvb
r,.iuii, wiiu tii ni" "'V,vT ul It. iiilU ,ruW'C
BUffJ io ft f- Uyi
bl l .f tt.Oi . ji,l.'riJ yuiitt-a, kii.l t-irikivt m lu.
c"im ui i.0 Mbwr.iik, ft wtt.iMiui u,. u 11,1111,:
Clin? H.r iii.i.toi..i(u, rt i. i fi.. it.w n!i;iX't uu'Jifvt
bu iii r - wiy, ku 1 a -rrn,n ,ti ..jrj
r- ii . wbu u. b lMtniig lib any j ;!Wu,iy
tic W-unu n. ) nurt-.l lui u.-O mt r
i'uf-ft-'bi r...lu.B ftiiriul by r.itf.4 tl awiititf the
euelHUKlutMit.l,ii'm'llo if A k mi Sy
lhler. ulro.i, NMnf lllo, 1 uu. , , Hi Lvt ttt
H-y umkJm iu. -.4il Ui tiieir ft llr, tn!.4 b fr
lrom t iu hiv luoru ibg muni 9 ) b TuiiLiLf
7 It) ..btiAvly "
&e., X., Ac, Ao., Ac,
So. 2, South SiJe Public Square,
WK UAVH JUST RKCF.1VED,
FROM THE EAST,
AX KN'TIK KLY NKTJ
JCOMPUISING IN TAlir:
BLEACHED AND BROWN
150 Cases Hats,
INj KVF.rir VAllIhVl Tj
V Vl'lili HTOi'.K
ok am, Kiriw,
'1 1 1 It I! A I),
ski in : H
AuJ nil Other Uk'l ue.mllj k'il ill a
Wbolraalo Iliy (Jooilii Hlmu
Sllllli III !IS$
f ir Wo luvile Jtli ra lo "iir in ul r.i
Call, kt,J examine our .l.j.k mol t !.-.
STADLKIt UH0S. & CO.,
ft -Sul til .S 1 1 aa l'l M.li: .S.jl' kllK
ROBERT L. MAITLAND & CO
General Commission "MerchAiita
63 ni 6i. Boaver StrMt, ul 80 Eicha
Wtiuaa WahiHt. 1C1T aOrki
May (, lHoi. (a
D'H 'llARtini "ut n-KIW ran liava tliaar rVx.tr
MiMiejf anil lli, k f ir illre4. a4 lrtHi
eerel wa n "-rma eullv d'.le4, tT a'lllaf at
Nailioal 1li Afrm-f, N.. la (ti.cr. Anrl, f
Maira. juljr A.
Market Hfo. 36 Street.
E. MAYER & CO.,
A. I.OUIH t (X)..
Mare jmt m HircJ a larce Sloi k r ,
ltootit mill Sim?,
llm, rSLtiionory, Drugn,
iall, nutt Dyt'-StulTi.
HAl.T, Iu Han,. j,
SALT In IIiuh,
Wliii li of!.r to tli iiublki fiir
CASH OR PRODUCE,
I srci! as
COTTON, BKWWAX, WOOL, (JINSKNO,
FEATHERS. I1IDKS mid TAM.OW.
C-IOl'NTRV Mer.-lmut, would do well to nail iiK.n
J u,:i He ru mi tbeir whole kilt from our aim k.
AH Ciirrrnt Suutlirrn Fundi Taken al Par.
K. MiYKB ft CI).
HATIOHAL CLAIM AGEMCY
IIAKVEV, COLLIN'S A I1KACK,
WASIIINOTOK, ll. C.
CHARLES n. GREEN, Agent,
No. 38, Cli. rry Strct l, NaHhvillc, Tenn.
fpilIS AOKN'CV pnaKeaeeH ieeuliar fkillltlei f,,r tha
X iiceeful iiu.eiutl,,ii ami euttlemelit or !.
man la acalmt the General Cloieiiunenl of KVRHT
liK'KII'TloN, IH eoieliielnr. Iiavlni, hml aev.ral
;eara'eiieileii'e In tlie management of i launa I...
t.ru e,,nBi.., Ilia Ooui tor Claim), anil tl.. Kiem.
tlve ll.ailli,.,,l. at V ,,1RloDi Mlr
miKlily aiiilaln(.,t ami (limllliir with Die law. ana
ri'Kl it lout d'nerning n,.jt aiOnlinent.
rarti. ul.r attention will l.e Biv, 1(1 r1( mMt
out of tlie preaent war, lnilud,l t, aiiount. or
Slate., I'oiitraetuu, ami Mnliui.liig lllll.ei. of tb.
War ami N.ivt Heuartinenlii, ami fur 't'ollrrt
Inn, Itrlllli.ir, ind Urimlilni Vel.
Iialrera," the i "liiilnuHonient of M, h i.anilii.
Ired l.y in, ai t af ConKreaai t'LAIUS 1'llR INI'ICM
M1Y tOU IMIIVATK I'HOPKRTY TAKKN KOR
l'l Hill' thV, OR FOB DANAtlF.il TO Mft'U
riliil'KB'IT, fur Hi raea lo.t In the aervlee, ami
nilllairr 1'an "onajlouu, and lloiiuly
Wo bit. .uecial aUentiun In proiiirlni( len
lnita, llouutles, ete ecrulng to Holdleia
'' I wounded, riinlrai te.1 ill MM, or th
ramillea or am h a. have died, or keen killed al.il. In
the dl.rhaine of their Una orilelv a. .ueh .lining th.
."lrliii rare will al.o U glieu to claim, whiali
have been h. relofoia Krjerted or fliiopnaadrd
y Hie liii irluii.nl. oi I neflrlentlF "lomacod
l'ioin.l alteiition alio glvau to tlio ll.tio of
yuarlernia.tHr'i lleceipta Klv.u H.r Proinrty tak.n
tor Iho ue it the Armjr, to airunnliig Acooumi wltb
aloliulle. ting (1a.m. aKaiil.t Ihe guart.ruia.lei'i II
ul tllll llt.
All t lainH iilarud In our lianil. rixeltt our l'ruuii
I'rraonul Altenllon, tlier.l.y aeiiiring ni.n
whirh, iw tha liaml. of an Attorney at an; di.taul
jioiut, fr"u.iillj rirove lin.iii-t-e.iirul,
A.i.le fium Una decided advanlay., our dailj lutepa
eour.e with all th ieirtnu'nle entililea ua in tlio
ea.ea lo ulita'D tli-.'i.lon. nuii-li uior aieillljp tha,
where al com .11 mi I, at ion and oilier nere.-.iy itrlarl
uitiiit l coii'liicte I through the mail.
To tti la ami, aollnt you to forward to ua anr or
all rm or m h i harai tor jou may fiolu llm. Ut llm.
have iraentml, and, a la our ru.loin, wa will fur.
in. I, yon with all Ilia neee.aary blank., and, when
1 1- (oil e.l, lliila it. tun,..
So , haue mad Iu auy iaa mile.. .u. i--..fol.
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No, I'h.-lry Hirt.
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