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For Freedom and Nationality.
s. c. niKiicrji, i:iitr.
SUNDAY EVKNINQ, OCTOBER. 12.1802.
Threat in the Rebel Congress to raise
tut Hack Fla Ravings of Clark,
. Ftjfian, and Henry Progress of
Tir: lucliiuoud Whig of the .'10th of
M'IlfraiVcr contains a rt port of t!i: debate
id tSc Confederate Senate on
pKJivrs' r. Nol'iii'iM. wliiili is pcrhons
wi!lic-.t a j .ir;ill( 1 in tli" l.if Uiry of do
lilx ra' .'. ytsrinl!iii in any cirilicd
natio:. !. t it !' read c;urfn!Iy :
'.v. fiiiiiiif, of I.ouisann, snbinitlcd
'!, tVilowin;; joint n-Sdhition :
Lrmhi-U I'v tin' Coiil) ? of the Con
dcrat i itc, tliat the rriirliiiiiatinn
1 Una!. am Lincoln, J'lTsddcnt of thd
. 'nitod M.Vc .X America, issued at th
Mty of Washington, in the year IS'i'J.
wherci.; he dci-lares lhat on the first day
of Jun :aiy, IS ('!. all persons held as
slaves v:'hin any State or designated
jiarts ;" a Stale, whercot the people 6hall
h in reb 'Hon against the I'nited States,
shall he heneeforth and forever free, is
leveled aaint the citizens of the Con
fcdcraV vta'es, and as sneh is a gross
violalii'Ti of the usages of civilied war
laic, a:, outrage on the rights of private
perty. and an invitation tj an atro-i-iu'is
nei vi l war, and therefore should
i":ielu tip it the e.xecratiuni of mankind,
aud cn'.Mtt ratted hy such severe retalia
tory wasui'cs as in the judgment of the
PnitsuktU may he best calculated to se
cure its withdrawal 'or arrest its execu
tion. Mr. ("lark, of Missouri, said the reso
lution did not go far enough. The Presi
dent should be authorized immediately to
proclaim that fiery perHi found iu urmi
against the. Confederate tloicruuteiit, and its
imt.t dions, on our soil, slnuld put to death;
nnd thai every itLen of (he Confederacy
bo proclaimed a soldier, for tho time be
ing, to execute the proclamation upon
the persona of every murderer, thief and
scoundrel, endorsed and acting under the
proclamation of Lincoln. Our people
have been murdered, our property de
stroyed, and now this last and atrocious
measure is proclaimed. It is now a mat
ter tf life and death. Let us meet the
exigency. The resolution was not sufli-
Mr. Semtnes, of Louisiana, said the res
olution had not been drawn up without
retlectioj. The question of retaliation
was exclusively mi Lxecutivc one to be
regulated-by circumstances ; but it was
proper that the legislative department of
the (.Jovrrnmont should express its ap
proval of the retaliation contemplated by
the resolution. ,
Mr. Henry, of Tennessee, did vot think
(he rr.mlution strong enough. The time had
arrived when we should declare a war of
extermination upon every foe lhat puts
Lis foot upon otir soil, no matter what
.'.nay be the bloodshed it may cause. We
KKiuld meet a toe of tho character that
menaces us under the Hack dug. and neither
(i si ywr receive trartcr from thin day hence
t rward. In Liu rope armies have been
Known to pause when they knew no (iiar
:tr would be nivcn ; ollicers have desert
ed their commands when conscious of the
fate that would meet thein if they fell
iiito the bands of the enemy whose terri-
' i they were invading. J lie ivug rnai
- dt'e'ive t vr- if citi-niii 'nation, and bis
;jfe for it, we should not be troubled with
Mr. I'liel.m, of Mississippi, said the in
traduction of the resolution indicated the
dawn of a better policy with reference to
tho future detence ot our country. JI
laa-t rw, and ever had Urn in farar t f fight -
ig thii route! uiidr the, lilmk Jtag. It it
had been erected over tho plains of Man
assas one year so, in his opinion, this
war would, ere this, have been ended.
Mr. Yancey, of Alabama, moved the
pending resolution, with the resolutions
submitted by him some time since, rela
tlve to retaliation, etc., bo referred to a
select committee of three, and be made
the special order for Wednesday next.
Mr. Hurnett, of Kentucky, moved that
all of said resolutions be referred to the
Committee on J udiciary,which was agreed
The rebel Senator who calls Mr.-Lin
coln's proclamation "a gross violation of
the usages of civilized warfare, and an
invitation to an atrocious civil war," is a
member of the usurpation which bus en
listed in its service several regiments of
Iudiau savages, barbarians who war
agalnsf unarmed citizens, against help
less old age, against women, and infants
at the breast ; who tomahawk aud scalji
their prisoner, roast them alive by slow
fires, carve their flesh oil in alices, aud
ht,w oil' their limbs by piecemeal, and
U at out tho brains of babes by dashing
tlkpm aaainst trees. The Indian baa no
magnanimity, no mercy, no clemency, no
p.ty for his captive enemies, and bit great
ei'tddiiht is to practice on their ijuiv-o.-uy
t odies all the refinements of torture
Sjc arc the demons whom the rebel.
Gcvurnuii nt bus bribed to be its allies.
,Nu a:t of the l'nitish Ci jt riiiuout during
the Revolutionary War, and ihc War of
3 HZ 1!, was so bitterly denounced as in
human and brutal by our Govcrnmcnt'as
its efforts to incite the Indian tribes to
massacre the whites. Its intrigues with
the Indians have fixed upon its namo an
everlasting reproach. We would sug
gest that for tho rebel Government to
charge the Federal Government with
atrocity, when sins so numerous lie at its
own door, is a piece of superlative im
pudence. But it seems lhat Clark, of
Missouri, Phllan, of Mississippi, and
IIf.nht of this State, of Spread-Eagle
notoriety, thought the resolution entirely
too tame and moderate. It was not
strong enough said the weak-minded and
malignant old creature from Clarksville.
This man, who prides himself on his ex
traordinary piety and sanctity, and his
superfine refinement and aristocratic
breeding, giys be is for raising the Hack
flag, andTieither giving nor asking quar
ter, henceforward. He is well satisfied
that if he were to fall into the hands of
the Federal authorities, he would be hu
manely and generously treated, and
therefore he would indulge in brntality
whi' h he knows wjll not be imitated by
our Government. Ho is as contemptible
as hi; is malignant. OnePniXAN, of Mis
souri, said that if the black Hag had
been raised by t he Confederates one year
ago at Manassas, the war -would have
been ended before this. It is very like
ly. Most tolerant and feeling have the
twenty millions of loyal people been to
a handful of rebels; but let Henry, and
rm:i.A.,aud Ci.ahk raise thMr black flag;
a Hag never raised any where save at tho
mast-head of a pirate ship, when bear
ing down r defenceless vessel, and the':
war will goon le ended in their own cold ;
blood. This debate dearly shows' the
utter blindness and despair of the rebel
Late from New Orleans. j
We have received New Orleans papers
of the 'JMd ult., from which we extract
the following local news :
l)r. Edward Jenner Cose for thirl y-
five years a resident of New Oilcans,
diet! on the 'J'Jd ult, of appoplexy. He
was sixty years of age.
Mr. William G. llewes, a well-known
merchant of New Orleans, died recently
near Holly Springs, Mississippi, lie
settled in New Orleans in 1818.
P.y Special Order No. 100, dated Sep
tember 22, Major G. 11. Gildings, of tho
Jltli Infantry, is assigned to duty as
mustering and dihbursintr officer and
superintendent of the recruiting service
in the lVpartinent of the Gulf. Col. O.
1'. Gooding, 15 1st Massachusetts, is order
ed to report to Gen. Neal Don, at Fort
Jackson, for duty.
The Delta of the 2od ult. says:
"Provost Marshal French and his as
sistants, a large number of whom hail
been specially appointed for that service,
had their hands lull of business yester
day, administering the oath of allegi
ance to the United States to large throngs
of applicants. At the City Hall and at
the Custom House there was a constant
stream of them throughout the day, and,
as may bo imagined, there was a good
deal of swearing done.
"Tho scene presented at the various
places of receiving the oath were curious
to behold. Persons of both sexes, and
of all ages, colors, conditions, and asso
ciations, were mingled together in anxi
ous grours, awaiting their turn to be
sworn, to sign, and to bo furnished with
certificates, and those who went through
the ceremony were numbered by thous
ands. Since lbe capture of the forts blow
New Orleans bauds of plunderers have
been depredating on tint planters of St.
h'ei nard and l'latpicmiucs, stealing their
cattle, debauching their slaves, and
alarming their fumlics. Col. Kinsman,
acting Provost Judge, summarily dispos
ed of four of tho gang on tho 21st.
Miss l it. Herbert, of New York open
ed a theatro at the Machanic'i Institute
on tlu 23d tiH.
The Delt i of tho 23d says :
"Twenty guerrillas lVum the country
above, on tho right bank of the river,
came down to tho city last evening on
the" steamer Iberville, and voluntarily
gave themselves into the nanus of t tie
authorities here. They had become dis
gusted with the life of outlawry which
they had been leading, were raeged and
dirty, aud poorly armed. An ollicer who
came down upon the same boat with
them says they informed him there were
hundreds more that would make their
escapo the first opportunity, having like
themselves, been made, to realize that
' tho way of tho trangressor is heard.'
Sonic of them express the desire to take
the oath of allegiance and return to loy
A second grand Union meeting was
heltl in Jefferson City, on the loth ult.,
Gen. W. II. Greathouse presiding. The
wildest enthusiasm prevailed. Addresses
were delivered by Mr. Iflancel, of Texas,
Capt. Williams, of the 'Jth Connecticut,
and Col. Edwin W Lite.
It w ill intvr'bt the numerous friends of
Miss Adah Isaacs Menken to know that
she has jiiHt bei'ii uuitctl in wedlock to
Mr. U. II. Newell, the "Orpheus C. Kei r,
of the Sunday Mercury.
Cor, College nnd In ion Mi.
rrUllS GALLERY IS Ol EN TA!LY FROM 7,
X A.M. to At J'.M., win f, Pictnr of tln iut
nnitifDt meu may bo rvMi.
MKLATNOTYPKS, I.KTTKltTYrES, V I G N KTT KS
tnil CAUTKS I'K VI.-ITK, n: it.adu In the liiKtu.-l
tyi of rleetl"i.
WiCTliB public am P'r"Vtfully inviU-i! to viit our
Gallry, wln-rn all pii:tiin iuiu'lo ru WMrrmiUil to
give Fali-dictiiin, nr no charge will tie nm lo.
M'KN Oil FIFTEEN A III E Hni.
1 innn, who are willing In
Tve tlicir country, tn fill i.p mi
nl'l oriiniwii ati't wMI ili ilh'il Hat
t ry nf Mnuntril Artillery, whuli
li ia Hlr.'ai.y done KHI acrvica in
lor particulars, apply to (VI. Mim.kr'r IIphiI
qwirtrri, or in t amp on th" lliinlinv il!e 1:1 ., ui-nr
the IVniP titiiiry. I.'.U'T. A. K. lU'Mf,
angli-tf Commuti'lii. 4th Inu. Halt, ry.
;ko. w. siiewmakkb. hykon h. hour.
SHEWHAKEP. & ROBB,
gtnny gfntriUgcntt (Dfficc,
No. 11, SOUTH FOfRTH STREET,
(bewbk markct asd WALjerr )
ST. LOUIS, MO.
Established for the Bfiicfit if .Strangers,
com. no to st. Loris is erakra of
Sick, Wounded, or Soldiers that have
Die! from Wonnd or Sickness.
COTlftKCr INTKLLIUENCK WILL ISK OIVKN OF
the condition of any Sirk or Wmiuilct So'Oht (u
.-r. I.'lUiS. LOL'ISVILLK, CI.NU' ATI , NA-H VILLK,
M"l.;NU CITY', or any o'her HopHal In the W'i'Hti;rn
liepartiiiCiil. Thia is the o.vly Amiy Intclhgiuoo
OtHce In tlic Linti'.l htiitiw, and inf. rmat:orj ro..;ira
Soldhru from auy part of thu L' ti. can be (:ivea
al ary t:inn, hy calling at, or whiting lo Hie ARMY
Intku idknuk Okkii it, I'oat- ntlrs B ix vo. 1848
N. B. l'KKiso.NK ai.vi.Na to St. Louts is search oy
thkik FaiKJims will obtuin all nt'csaary Information
bv cul'.iiiK at our Otllce, No ll,.-Hiuth Fourth Sued.
'Jlay IS, liiflJ ly
1 Y virtuo of an aliua Fl F to ma diroctrd from
) tho Circuit Court of tho I'liit. I Stnt i lor the
Jliddhi Dintrictof Tiiint,if, I, K. U. (.hiscoch. Mar-
uh.tl in anil for faid Intro I, will expose to public
euli', to tho lii(;liciit hlddor, for cash, at the Court-liou-o
door, in tho City of Na. hville, on the "Jtid day
of Octolmr, 1HH2, nil the right, l;tln, ilaini and ititvr
ciit which Thoin.13 Huriy, N'aHhiiiitou Harrow, and
. V. Si. Lindlcy and WttMiumtoii Barrow, Admin
tritorn of John Klo'lby, dt-ccasod, hnve in and to
the following rtoscriliHii piccci or purci-U d Laud, U)
wit: A tract t Land, in hiiinnir county, 1 Vumiaatw,
on IHiha'n ct'oi-k and ila watcr, ticginnitig at a
planh-d rock Bout h-i.ast comer of James W hite Ido'ii,
lliunco North la En-it H7 polos to a plautcd nck ;
thence North 4iJ West 01 pohn to a rock at Abralin'ii
Martin' corner : tlicnco North IIP Kant Hri polin to
a rock at Jlai tiu a corner; thenco North WiJ80 K.it tl
and 3-10 poles ton Ktiike; Ih'tue North-0 pde to a
stake; tln nco North 71 Kiint.iJJ kjIi to u hyciunoie ;
thence houlh T.I" huM .1.1 and 0 10 poles Pi the center
of Miid creek ; th ncu down the Hnme, w ith i' niean-
rs : thence Ninth liiJ tAil IS poles, ho'ilii l-.(sl
11 nolea to a point near the teiuiiiiiin of the mill-
race J llience fiouth 4i; i West lis ..!..- to a ht.ike ;
thenco ii 'l-j Last 1 ana 0-ID "ii t'i a corner to
Ciiliou Gardner's; tlonce oiith i'.i,0 Wc.-t s icn
lo a Htaku; thenco South .V.1,,1 Last 1 l'l uud U 10
polos to a rock ; thenco North o'i" Eaft Ij.j jiolen to
tho mid. no ol tno crceK ; uieucc ao n tiieHaine aji
it nieand"!' hy otNottf, thus (Soul h M Ea-t 'JO poles ;
Soiilll 0 Kat 'J. i poles; houlh 1' Kaal 1,0 poles;
South buJ-.j" East 'M poles ; South '.y't Ea.-t 1.1 poles) to
a pile, of I'teks on the cast LanK ol the cfek ; thelitt
North KiJ.j "est 'Ml poles, W'.in ir. w. Bi.-niiow c
norih l.oundary, tun atakw ; t'ueiice s-oith 7 J Wist
1 1 uli-t ;t in poles to a make ; ili-o. . South 1 ' West
r.d iioh-. ita.ohflr 1 r. U. ll.-.-al's c..iur at if t .le-. :
tlt in f South i..'; lvmt l'.o Ki!e ; lliriu'. Soul, s'.1
West .1,1 pole to a j;ale f, lie nuj S-ulll 'J Illi 1
Villi pides to a honey lei u-t : ih.u..- We-t and
10 poles lo a rocK ; tiiein e .Minn ' f.ast ls p ih-s
toa lock ; thence South a ' 1 ii-t p'les to a ro-k ;
thence Not th . h'.nt, IS1 and 1 lo lo a htake ;
tliencu S.uitll h'l ' Jal.-t H. poles lo the heiiiuiii:.
Also, a life estate In titty one acres, wh.ch was w.lie I
hy Lucieii J. Harris lo ins wife S.nali i . mow Sarah
r. Head) lor her life. A ho, a aiiiall trait adjoinii.
the uhove, it heinir Hie mili tract i f lour aerc, to
eether with the mill on tho saioe. S.id prcpei-tv l.e
iiiK levied uion to fati.-l'y a ju lament In lavor of S. S.
& K. V. Itti.-h nyuin.' t lhoin;i. llany, W'a-l.iu-ioii liar-
row, W'. Marrow and A. V . S. Linuu-y, A ! mill ir-t i u -tors
of John Shelby, deceased, rendered iii t-ai.t Curt
on the Hid day of May, 1-vjO. Salo I Ink" pla a at
10 o'clock. I- H. id.A.srork,
aii--o- 1 It U. Muvlial, M. li. T.
' herilf 's halu.
IY vi ti d a Fl Fa to me dueete l and delivered
J ) tri'in Ha llouoiuhle ireint i oil i ol I nvids u
o. my, I'enncHs.o, ai Its March lerm, IKn't.I illex-
oi.se t.i null. ic ae. lo loe n hei to i..er. i- r casti
u I the ( '.not I o.ise aril In the I i I V of Nardi V , I le . on
Saturday , i he ;t0 h nay of A tin , I ail Hie lii'ht ,
title, Cla tc, llllereL llll'l ihlale, W11HI1 o.lt. ISU-tl
then had, or in..y li.iv. c nee aeuiied, lu and tethe
l'.ill,A iiii' ile-ei die.! Letol (il'i liod li illi 111 Ilali sell
('utility, State ot Totin ss. e, (there liema node, d ..f
reCold III I 111' KeCiHie'S OllM') III r-'Ultl -'. ' il ,
froutuiK on l,o i a I Mde ol ( lu rry Sir, .-t oJ ! ...t. nnd
runniuif hack hall aay to Col. .'e Sliret. an 1 lee.u,.
un liutti i-ides by the prnpurty of haac l'aul i u w h;. h
tie r w a lwo-ni..ry nr ck uou", neii.jr me mine koi i
l,L- 1. ..... 1',,. ... U l: I'.n.ti if I Ih., ol.. a el lot . 1. ,i..a'ii
.7 i.,,nv ... .. , -.
as the r lysian (hove. pr.isirty, an I levied on as the
iropcriy ol w. i. oii-u, i.i naiitiy a juoinei.i icu
dered in fanor of Tlioiiina W ells against W. L. Nam-e,
W. G. IJubu, and U W. Nance.
J. M. HINTtiN,
By TiiiMi. Hoii.oj, Ia-p. Stiff. .-her. tl of l(. C.
August 7th, ltio-ld
TV virtue of three writs of (I ft, t n direct, i
li from the Circuit Court of the I'lUtod Sulci f.r
llu) Middle Insiricl of Teniossce, I, h I. Uiaacock,
Marsh .1 in and hir said Inirn t, w i.l i xpofe to pabUi:
tale, lo the innhei-t tin'.der, lorcaih, ai tlie l.ouit
11 iuso disr u lha city of Nashville, on tfco 1H h day
uf Outober, I una, all the right, tille.cla. in and tulerest
which Noble li. Lllis, has iu aud Ui tlie toil .wick oc
perilled niif or parcel ol Uiel.to-wit: in the latu dis
tncl of liavidsou carunty, Teuaessee, tr nliiiK on the
West lido of Bueua Vista Turnpike road, about two
miles from Nashville, oonniled as follows : Heguiniiii;
at a Flaku in the centre of said Turopik roa i al Hie
Noithcaiit corner o. M.xwell Kwldmir's or Vox's ft- e
acres, and runs with the North hue of taid live ai
trail. Siulli 71 1.' deir West 7d US 100 xdfa lo a stake
ou lloMley s line; then with Boslev 's line North U
il. e ; Wv-t 2lo 10 ll0 po'es to a stake, corner of a
tra.1 of ilhtt un acres, ao'd by (,. W . Nance aud Jas.
C. Owen to Js. WUilworlh, Trustee lor liavidsou
coiinly; thi'Dim with tho Souta line of same, South
71 di ir. Kaat 6.S KS 100 isdes to a stake iu the centre
of Hiieua Viola pike road; Ihence along cciilre of sal 1
road lSdeK-,)W 5 1"a) l-oles Ui the bciiinniui;, to
laiuiuir B aires. 1W suuars piles more ur has Sail
piopci ly b ung levied lip ai lo Hatlsty pidi,Mnents in la
vor of .1. I'eiius ai Co.: Wiii.stnn. Sw ift and Jonnnon a
Clark , Uli ki-r ( lal k , relidcled 111 ha id Cou'l.onlho
Hoth day ol April, niil, Nguniht llie said r. lis, and
Susannah Moore, Adiuiinm alor of C. C ton ic Uc
ceased. Sale to lake p ace al 10 o'clock, A M.
K. R. lo..t.sM'K,
S 'pl4 Wl L"- S. Maisual, M 1. T.
Tv r.UUIKI.sl FHK..-'I CK'iL'Mi KVK FLotH, oa
XJtJ Laud au-1 tur sale al (tie thoadwiy Mi is
jLe5 1. fl lilt-nr V, Abinl
HV virtue c! two vr ts f ft, to me d;rrct"J l.y
the Ctrcu t ' oort i l the' I ndi d Sinti., lor tho
Mlddio Mstr ct ol T, ia s. .-, I, E. K. Ulacoi.tt, Mar.
hal In and for ii i Ihstr ct, will fxpose for aa'.e, pub.
licly, to the lefrhvst b'duer, ou the 13ih day of Ovto-ln-r,
lHd'J, ut tli" Court llouee door, iu tiio city i.r
Na-h ille, all the npht, t it if, calm, and Interest
which John T. McKluiey ha. in an 1 to the foil. .wing
uVmnbed lots, or parcel of land, iu the town of Mnr
l'r"esluro, Rut her ford county. State of Tcnncsx-e, to.
Kether Willi the butid'.nf add Improvement oil tli"
ame, in : a lot contain. i hy catituatiou 87it) sipiare
feet, Irontius 2."i feet nu the public t quare in Mai
rrrt'sboru, running back northward from said p.piarc
1..0 f.-ei. wltiioiit a building ou It, vcted iu id J. T.
McKI'dcy by deed n V'i-l red in book of the V.' iti
lor of Kulherfuril criuut-, page 604; also a let nesu.
bated in Hie orn'.'.ial plan of said town nt Murin es
b'.rOHs Nu 70, le-jiiin i (at a utake, (uiiilheai-t corner
ot paid iot, running llieuei; W ist 1. 10 tec t, lomuk ',
thence west 11, .-t la W. Fetiher'a rorner,
lli' iico leellitti fe-l to a stake on the street , th -nce
east with lha afreet I.i the norlhwest corner of the
l'l- tdiylerisn Church lot, thence so ith l.to teet to toe
he-iniiiiii(, vested in said McKmley by deed rcisler
ed in book 8, pace 531; a lot in Jim frecahnro, bound
ed as follows : beginning with a Hake i!4 tect uorth of
Raid W' KtiiU y' soulhaesi corner of lot purcha-scd
from Jones, thenoe West 1S5J f-ot to tin Hirer,!,
tbei.ee north 85',' fc-t lo a Hake, with a:d street,
corner of lot formerly owned by Hetchi r, thence (uu-t
f.-et lo a Ntake, thence ou:h to the beiriur itic,
vested in paid McKiuley by deed reyietred in book 7,
pie' l'.0; and a lot hounded as f.-lioas : beeinii'ng on
northw est corner of a Ut ow ned by James Mdiowell,
8 n., ruiiiiinc thence north with tho Mreet ii feet lo
tlie corner of the Direct, thence clI w itll Hk" street
11 feet to a fit-ike. tlier.ro foutli 65 feet to a Bt.ike on
Baid Mi Howill s line, tln-uce west with Kiid line 7a
leet to the b'viniiing, veied in raid McKinh y bv
deed resiatrrt'd lu book 0, pas'e 310, 311 : said pro
perty heins' eie,l upnn to Fiilisly a juilgtnent in tavnr
ol lie Ciuircy. Kiiour. a ;e v Co., nainst J. T McKin
ley, an 1 a i'l'igipeut la favor of .Mender and Ck) ,
lo.iin-t Hall A M ' Kitiley. reudere 1 In Kald Court on
tlio Stith day ot April. union tno 1st- day of
Miy, Mi. Sale t-. lak-r jij.icc at 10 o'clock, A. Jl!
K. K. GLASCOCK.
B0pl2 Ht. L'. S. llarshal, M. l T.
HY virtue of a wiit r.f i ,i to me directed from the
Circc.it Court of the l.'niled States, for tho Mi dlo
lostrirt of T.-uneasoe, I, F. H. Glascock, Mursluil In
and lor -aid I'i-trii t, will expose w sale, publicly, to
the highest hi'ldor, for tush, at the Court House door,
tu the city of Nashv.ile, on the ISth day of October,
ltii, tlie following s'aves, property ol Allen II Cns-k-ett,
namely : Mi y , alwil Id years ol ag", with her
iiitant ton, William; and I'cfr, ten or ileveu yeait
ol age; t he slaves aforesaid having been levied "on to
sutisly a judgment iu tavnr o! Ciark, Adams At Clark,
against A. H Croc'.ett, rouuered ia Bail Court ou tho
'Jnli day of Apr.;, la1. fale to commence al 10
o'clock, A. M. E. R. GLASCOCK.
epia-14t. U. S. Marthal, M. D. T.
STADLER, BRO. &, CO.
No. 31 Market Street,
Opposite Watson House.
epia-2w Dispatch copy .
ATi:i ri:Doc r. 8, isoi.
ovu. iAiip r .nui;ys,
Dtanuf ictiired of
XX H IM i:!''.
These (;iiiniije v8 at intend d tor th-Bat i
Haines, whicli heat ni a I parts of the
gi is-s e'li;y , noes noi expose u to crack
tug. I- li ll'TIIKiliiiH,
Kiel l ilt GI'i-8 Works.
v'Rsho gp.n Btre. t
t -..,, . n v., i .11 .--. u ni -lie e.
J unco ly. ' ,
NASHVIULE (Edg-3eld) AND
R -V I L R O D
i i n i; t a u L k io. a.
Take? effect oa Monday, July 14. 1862
l.ciivck ;iln 1 1 lo at 2 "'('lock, I'. Pi,
Arrive t Kalivill ill 10. 1(1, A. fl.
ou ts w ih Trains Iroin and to lariisvill" at
Siitto Line. .1 ii . y !(i If.
500 Horses Wautyd!
roi: mva licv seuvki:.
IlVE IH'NI'ltKI) lioul) IDItSICS, HF.TW F.FN
I four ii ml eight year- old, nnd liutweeu littei-n
and s;M- i n b inns login are wanted immediately for
C.'.VAl.KY .-i:i(ML, torwlihh reasmiablo pricei
a .1! be paid.
Apply lo Cut. Ii. V. LAMB, on Vino Street,
u.dow .lrs. I'ldk i le-ideiu e auglt-tf
piFTtF.N LK( KL'ITS AUK WANTKI) FOR ft
wltery "A, first Ii'Diiense MMtrj,
who w II receive the regular luH NTY, na
tions, and Clothing In addition, TIllltE
l.ol.i.Al.S. paid us .u as they enlist, by re.
criniiiig i.itiicr. aug'iii-tf
(Hike nest door be low the City Hotel.
ROBERT MOORE & CO.,
-lOVSIUNMKSTS CiiTI'iiM, TOftAOX), laKD
J KKaTHUrs and I'KO 'I" K generally, will roceiye
our beal atl iilu n may 14
Freights for New York, Philadelphia
lITfc AUK FORWAK ISO OiTTON , TOnACCXI. ho
VI nu more advautage aia lerma than if reciplud
through from tumbei laud Kivor
itoiti:i(T nioom: A: t o.,
uiayl CINCINNATI, OHIO
c'Tid.KN, fr 'in It HlI.tlHIRANIl, Jeweller, on I'u
k h,n aireel. o.NK HTLNf l.KVKK fc.Slil.l.ill
UuLli WAR II. inatinfactur' d by J no .lohnsion, 1 iv
eri.. 'I he W Ich is ot iiuall ii.- IUi whiledial
eoi! ai d on the insj i ' Oko W. tlASMna, from hia
I th r hi I .e year IH.nj 'oo me notable, euran d
llosji k II "ii " I lie above Heward will bo paid
lor uuv iiihiriu iii-u thai may Ud lo the r ovi-ry of
ll.c pri.p'-'ly ii. H UANJUrK.
ullc Journal iee copy to the ami. ol .l.
B. B. CONNOR & BR0v
CO.'Hc'UcSSHr.M miCllf II A.VI S,'
NO. CuU,E(iE 8TKKCT.
New Mock Jnt received and for ile
low to rloae out Coiialgitimoiita.
Bh'.a. .alt.for aale by
MlJ apt CON
CONNOR h BKO.
JJ bol dAI.I, lor aaia by
CONNOK & into.
CONNOR A nitl).
bol Co' "I1', U,i ; by
CONNOIt k BRO.
half bhit. Coal OIL, :,' talc by
ap S LOS'XOR BP.O.
1 ff rt"'n BROOMS, fir .ale by
LtJJ au CONN
CONNOrt A BKU.
r-,f 1oX" SOAP, for raid by
UJ ap g CONXOit ,
FL(' boneli tiTAKCH, tor salo by
OKJ ap8 CdNN'OKABKO.
1 ty (tiodtsTEA, tor aalc by
CONNOR A BKO
I () half chesta TKA , lor aalc bv
1 ap 8 CON NOR A BKO.
1 I) cadliB TKA, for aaio ly
1 ai 8
CON'NOR A BR.).
1 I boxes Yenl POWDtHS, for aale h;
CONNOR A BRO.
I c"liH SODA, for aaie by
4, J ap 8
CONNOR A BKO.
gross MATCH Ei, for ealo by
(IT. boxen Star CANDLES, tor aalc liy
w ;y ap
CONS' OR A BRO.
boxes CoFFtL, lor aale by
CONNOR A CO.
I I bhld. VIXfcOAK, f -r sale by
CONNOR A BKO.
i k.ta SALMON, fir !.. by
YJ p8 CON'NOB A BRO-
i f kit! MACKKREL, lor Kale bv
-a'-! ap8 CONNOR A BRO.
T kila HKRRIM,, lor sale by ' " " '
O ap 8 CONNOR A BKO.
O kit HHAI), fir oaleby
ip8 CONNOR A BRO.
J(J bbla. TROLT, lor Bale by
CONNOR A BRO.
bl.ls. MACKEREL, for aale by
CONNOR A BH0.
CONNOR A BRO
4 bhln. C'IliLR, for sale by
1 n boxel dried HKKIS'U, for ilia by
CONNOR A BKO.
l J ap 8
boxen Lined Sealed, for aale by
IU apB CONNOR & BRO.
NAIL3, for sale by
bbl Crushed Sugar, for Bale by
Connor a bro.
I. it ba8 Mt-AL, lor sale by
ZO ap 8
CONNOR A BRO.
bblB FIX)CR, for aale by
ap 8 COKNOR A BRO.
C I cnka H AMH, for aale by
CON NO A BRO.
OH CMi, HBES, for Bale by
CONNOR A BRO.
(TiCi bbl fjno I'OTATOm, for aalo by
4UU ap8 CONNOa BRO.
boxes fregh Onrdeu SrJ.il), for i by
ap8 CONNOR A BRO.
Sbbla Onion WKTS, for tale by
CONNOR A BRO.
1 i l"""''' cnvaBed HAV.r!,with a lutge lot ol all
I J aorta of i KdH, which we will close out low, at
'air old aland, No, 6 CtilleeMtrect.
ap 8 U U. CONNOK A BKO.
S T F, Aia t'HOPI
NEW YORK to LIVERPOOL.
GEEAT EASTER IJ.
WiLn.B PaT'cn, Comm it.dei ,
Will he lU-Mpati lied
Calliu,: at uui-iiHtovi n,
1- Hon New Vi.rh
Hal'iidny '..h Iv
Tliehday, S'-pteUiher 'J
uatiirday, October i!"
ihurxday, .. lleceruber 11
.Saturday A uirimt lu
Wednenday, ....iiclober I
Tueailay, .. .NovrunWr IS
This nuiKiiiricent ihio havins proved lierm ll un-
iiialhd tor Bpeed, aafcty and conif.it (sea ait kne
hoi lis unknown on board), la atronnly recommended
aa the most eligible conveyance for paicteugem.
From $110 to SI'S each liei lb, nccordinu to tlie !ze.
Bitiiatlou, and ai 'oinliiod iliou ol theHlatu Knorim, all
hat iiik ti.e fuiiiic privllip.n lu tbe ."hIooiih, and in re.
pird to no aiit and attendance, r-'uiten of apartments
f .r faiuilieii may be enRanod by ni ctial aKria ineut.
TICKETS Foil Til K VO V AG? to and from I. IV F.R-
I'OOLat a FA KK AMI A HALF ti i tuM
and H'-cund Cla..
STVanti nc. ntiiianyiii..' panneiK." ia, nnd children
nioler 1-ra of api, half t.oe ; infanU fi...
B1.COM) o a hi . .
.Stateroom berth'', uieala fiiruiahed at aeparatu li
Tlllltll 4' A K I N .
Intermediate State Room par.rt!.p found with
hedH, bedding, tut le, uteloliln, nod good rttlbAtlili'
tial food, ')
With till per. or accouiiucdatioiiH . ii
Kach paMHenvrer allowed 2ocul.ii b et of lu'gae.
An experiuiice I Surgeon ou lioard.
For lrcc,ht aud i.aage, apply to
CHAS. A VIIMNFV,
At ti e ollli-e, No. 'i Broadway, N.V.
IIOWI.ANH A A.'-I'IN W ALL, Ag.nti.
July 20, lH(Vi till liec. l.
BOOTS and SHOES.
'M!E rNIiE.'vHICNED WOL'LD RISI'RTr'l'I.LY
1 inform the citiieua of Naahville and the public
lu general, that they hava fitted lip a bouae. No. HI,
Colon .-treet, abere ihey will ciniant y keep well,
eiecu.d Mock of all uYacriplioua of
BOOTS & SHOES,
Tranks, Valises, Carpet Bags,
tc , which tbay a ill aa'l at lha loaoit rate tor Caah,
a) Wkoleaale aul hctall.
lune'22 No. 10, Luioa btreet.
NU, 311 CEUAll klHIitr,
H. V, BASSET, rEOPRIETOE.
rilHH well knows Mlablnhmoot I prerid to fur
X djiU Ma al all bourn, to any umu'ier of air
Hiaa, with all the delaai.-i.a aud li.imlvl ol Cm aoaa
ou, prepared iu too very bout Ntle.
Tho Bill of ara, ladctd, will challeiiire oomparlaoa
:tli that of any homo iu the Norm or Aithwal.
Ta Duciil W,ii.-s aud Urandlea are kopl couaitnlly
oahant. liiDnertor riupperafuriiiabnd la any pari
ft. a city od ihorl toi.ee.
Tho Ico Cream Garden
la now oh-u, whare Lad'ca aui Urn'lemen co b
a.-ireil itti mat nool, rclrrahmc huiuioer bovoraK
Bull Ille idri' i ' in .,.
Private (ami! it rv I
ilea, at roaaouable ral.
'itu Uia or amaii quanli
mu nn u i nn ti
hl AhU lUilIj!
WE HAVE NOW AT SMITHLAN'D.
t dotlned for tlie rutail market of Niwbvtll,
I1 1.1 I INt K
Which will arrive tipoa Aral rise lu river.
CO.MUD, CIIlNDLEIt & CO.
August 271 h, 181.2-tf
AND WIIOLF.HALIS EAI.KIW IN
Groceries & Provisions,
diu mi ih:i:f,
HAMS, BACON SIDES,
.'COFFEES, SUGARS, TEAS, '
Mustard, Spice, Pepper, Nutmegs,
BAGGING, ROPE, TWINE,
COARSE & FINE SALT,
t.vM)ii:s, rittii's, wixes,
Suttlers' Goods of all Kinds,
Aud many other article arriving daily pin cli-v-.-l
for Caeli, and aohf at ainall prolll,
Oull uml Hee.
(aKII'FITII & PAHSONS,
No. 7 )I.I.Kt;E t-T, NASJI VII I.1C, TKNX
July IS I! in.
AIWIV lTELLIVi:('C OFFIl'K,
No. 11, Bouth Fourth St., '
KAI.Vr I.Ol IN, JIO.
KiitahliNlieil for tho tieni-flt of pi raiii;era coujlng Ui
tit. Ixjum iu aeari li 1 1
SICK OU WOUNDKD'
and for pcraoiia living at a riUtania hIio can rite
to the Army Intoll kmc (itrtce aud obtain reli
ahla iuforinatiou of any aol.iirr lhat tu.
luted in tha rtatoa of
IlltHi'in, letiana, Ohio, eica, Muhiyim, li'acoa
lin, MinutwAii, Kctitmtg and AtHrt.
CORIiFrT ISTEI.LIOKNCK WILL UK OlVf N OK
any aoldier from lha ahora Htatci, ahelher
Hick, Woi miiko, Kann, oa Iikim 1'aiaox.a, aud
In what batlloa ka may bava been angagad, and
whera bia renlmeul la alatioiiad,
lutorn.atiou will aleo be given of lha condition of
at y ait It or wouuded aoldior In ft. Ixiula, Loiiifvitta,
Clu' liiiiatl, Naabvtile, Mouud City, or any lloipilal
lu the Weetero laparlm'ut 1 ami where iLoee killwi
in battle, or have died from tbeir aouuili, are burl
ed ; aud where Ihoae taken Juiaoucre art uon-
Thia la tha only army tutell l(;en- Offlc la tb
la partinnnt of the J lulaaippl, or MeaUira Impart,
n.eut, and iufortnatioa of tuidlera from any of the
above btaten can ba ttiveti at any lime by tailing til
writing lo the Army Intel. Ikcio tifti- e.
I'maone writing will pleane glva the oam of the
oliller, what rto.le Le hi luted in, and the nunilwr ot
b rvumieut. baricoa lor auy md ol Al ay luielli
genc will be Two Lvi-Laee, aud aiy p. ruu wrltiug
will plaaaa encloae ioa amount, in order to eocuie
alteiiliou to llielr iu'iuirtoa.
Addreea: Army luleliigeuca fifttoe, Ft. fxiule, Ko.t
In cat Y O. lo lblfl. il iy la, lv,i--lj
Strayed or Stolen!
I .''ROM ONK OF Till HrT OK TIIK HI'lH.ftillKU; A
t.rcy Jvli. Ai,)f one cue returmug Ilia Hi.i.r.al ur
ip vtng lnorn,aliou ot the heme w'tj be aiotabiy rwer
J.mI . H. Q tUM'tl, H North Hummer St.
' ull tf.