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For Freedom and Nationality.
n. c. Mniicri, f:diir.
Important Regulations in Relation to
Army Trains and Baggage.
WahM5OT0S, Oct. 18, 1862. ,
General Orders, Ko, 100.
The following regulations are esUbl isli
ed for army train and baggage :
1. There will be allowed
For heaflqnartorB' train of an Army
Corpa, four wairons: of a Dirision or
I'.rigade, three; of a full Infantry Krgi
mcnt, sir; and of Light Artillery Bat
tery or fvitudron of Cavalry, three.
In no case will this allowance bo ex
ccedrd, but always proporlionably re
duced according to the officers and nu n
actually present. All eurplus wagon
will be turned over to the Chief Quarter
master to be organized, under direction
of the Commanding Generals, into supply
traine, or sent to the nearest depot.
The requisite 6upply trains, their size
depending upon tho state of the roads
and character of the campaign, will be
organized by the Uuef Quartermaster,
with the approval of (lie Commanding
Generals, subject to the control of tl
War Depart mi nt.
2. The wnj-ons allowed to a regiment
battery, or squadron must carry nothing
but I or age for the teams, cooking utensils
and rations for the troops, hospital stores,
andoflicers' baKKaRe. One wagon to each
regiment will transport exclusively bos
pital supplies, under the direction of the
Kegimeiit.il hurgeon ; t lie one for reel
mental headquarters will carry the grain
for the otlireis horses, and the three al
lowed for each battery or squadron will
be at lead half loaded with t lie grain fo
their own teams.
Stores in bulk and ammunition will be
carried in the regular or special supply
;i. In active campaign, troops must be
prepared to bivouac on the march, the
allowance oi tents being limited, as
For the headquarters of an army corps
division, or brigade, .me wall tent to the
CoinniiuidHU tteneral. and one to tverv
two olliceis of his staff.
Fur' the Colonel, Field, and Stair of a
full regiment, three wall tents, and for
every other coninnsMoned ollicer, one
shelter tent aeh.
For every two non-comiuissioned c til
cer. soldiers olliccrs servants, ami au
thorized camp followers, one shelter tent
One hospital tent will bo allowed for
ollice purpntiea at corps headquarters, and
nc wall tent at those of :i division or
brigade. All tents beyond this allowance
will bo left in depot.
4. Officers' baggage will be limited fo
blankets, one small valise or carpel-bag,
and a moderate mess kit. The men will
carry their blankets and shelter tents,
and reduce the contents of their knap
sacks as much as possible.
The Depot Quartermaster will provide
storage for a reasonable amount of olii-
cers surplus baggatre, and the extra
clothing and knapsacks of the men.
.Y Hospital tents ato for the Mck and
wounded, and except thoFe allowed for
army corps headquarters, must not bu di
verted Trom their proper use.
0. Commanding olliccrs will bo held
responsible for the strict enforcement of
these regulations, especially the reduc
tion of olliccrs' baggage within their re
7. On all marches, Quartermasters, un
der the orders of their commanding offi
cers, will accompany and conduct their
trains in a way not to obstruct the move
ment of troops.
8. All Quartermasters and Commissa
ries will personally attend to the recep
tion and issue of supplies for their com
mands, and will keep themselves inform
ed of the condition of the depot, roads,
and other commnicalions.
9. All Quartermasters and Commissa
ries will report, by letter, on the first of
every month, to the chiefs of their re
spective departments at Washington, I).
C, their station, and generally the duty
on which they havo been engaged during
the preceding month.
" JIAJOK-OENEKAL 1IALLECK.
L. Thomas, Adjutaut General.
Selecc Articles of War.
( lahen from theHcviseil liegulatious f'r tlte
A any, pullishcil by the War Department,
&b,for the ytrvernmenl of the military
service with the injunction of the &vretary
if War that they be strictly oloervcd-)
Art. 32. Every ottlcer commanding in
quarters, garrisons, or on the march, shall
keep good order, and to the utmost of his
power, redress all abuses and disorders
which may bo committed by any officer
or soldier under his command; if, upon
complaint made to him of officers or sol
diers beating or otherwise ill-treating
any person, or disturbing fairs or markets,
or of committing any kind of riots, to
the disquieting of the citizens of the
United States, he, the said commander,
who shall omit or refuse to see justice
done to the offender or offenders, and
reparation made to the parties injured,
as far as part of the otlVntlcr'i pay shall
enable him or them, shall, upon proof
thereof, bo cashiered, or otherwise pun
ished, as a general court martial iuay
Art. 33. When any commissioned offi
cer or soldier shall be accused of a capi
tal crime, tr of having used violence, or
committed any offence against the person
or property f ny ciliaen of any of the
United States, such as is punishable by
the known laws of the land, the com.
manding officer and officers of any regi
ment, troop or company, to which the
person or persons accused shall belong,
are hereby required, upon application
duly made by, or in behalf of, the party
injured, to use their utmost endeavour
to deliver over such accused person or
persons to the civil magistrate, and like
wise to be aiding and assisting the off!
cer of justice in apprehending and se
curing the persons so accused, in order to
bring them to Mai. If any commanding
omccr or officers shall wilfully neglect,
or shall refuse to deliver over such per
sons, the officer or officers
so offending, shall be caihiered.
Art T2. Any officer or soldier who
shall misbehave himself before the enemy,
run away, or shamefully abandon any
fort, post, or guard, which he or they
may be commanded to defend, or speak
words inducing others to do the like, or
shall cast away his arms or ammunition,
or who sliallquil his yW or colors tn plunder
and pillage, every such offender, being
duly convicted thereof, shall suffer death,
or such other punishment as shall bo or
dered by the sentenco of a general court
martial. Art. 54. All officers and eoldiers are
to behave themselves orderly in quarters
and on their march ; and whoever shall
commit any waste or spoil, either in
walks of trees, parks, warrens, fish
ponds, houses, or gardens, corn-fields,
inclosures of meadows, or sMl maliciously
destroy any propel ty whatsoever belonging to
the inhabitants of the United States, un
less by order of the then Commander-in-Chief
of the armies of the said States,
shall, (besides such penalties as they are
liable to by law,) be punished according
to the nature and degree of the offense,
by the judgment of a regimental or gen
OCT Art. fjti. Whoever shall relieve the
enemy with money, victuals, or ammuni
tion, or shall knowingly barber or pro
tect an enemy, shall suffer dtath or such
other punishment as shall be ordered by
the sentence of a court-martial.
07" Art. f7. Whoever shall be con
victed of holding correspondence with or
giving- intelligence to the enemy, either
direetly or indirectly, shall sutler death,
or such other punishment as shall be
ordered by the sentence of a court
martial. ' i
lly Hid IrciI Hi of ilic I nitcd
Wasiii wro.v, Sept. 22, 18fi2.
I, Abraham Lincoln, President of the
United States of America, and Commau-
der-in-chief of the Army and Xavy
thereof, do hereby proclaim and declare,
that hereafter, as heretofore, the war will
bo prosecuted for the object of practical
ly restoring the constitutional relations
between the United States and the peo
ple thereof in which States that relation
is or may be suspended or disturbed; that
it is my purpose upon the next meeting
of Congress to again recommend the
adopi.on of a practical measure tender
ing pecuniary aid to tho free acceptance
or rejection oi all tho slave States, so
tailed, the people whereof may not then
oe in rebellion against the United States
and which States may then have volun
tarily adopted, or thereafter may volun
tarily adopt, an immediate or gradual
abolishment' of. slavery, within tboir re
spective limits; and that the effort to
colonize persons of African descent, with
their consent, upon the continent, or
elsewhere, with the previously obtained
consent , of the Government exist-
ng there, will be continued. Ihntvn
Vie first day of Janwiry, in the year of our
Lord, ime thousand eight hundred and titty
three, all persons held as slaves within any
Stute, or wittin any Jeslynuteil part of a Otate,
the people whereof stall then be in relielliim
against tlie Unital Stales, slutll be then, tience '
foncard and forever free, and the Executive
Government ef the United States, intituling
tfie military and naval autluirity Uiereof, will
recognize and maintain the fnedotn of such
persons, and will do no act or acts tore-
press tsuch persons, or any of them, in
any efforts they may make for their ac
tual freedom; that tho Executive will, on
the first day of January aforesaid, by
proclamation, designate the States, and
parts of States, if any, in which the peo
ple thereof respectively, shall then be in
rebellion against tho United States; the
fact that any State, or the people thereof,
shall on that day be in good faith repre
sented in the Congress of the United
States by members chosen thereto at
elections wherein a majority of the quali
fied voters of such States shall have par
ticipated, shall, in the absence of strong
corroborative testimony, be deemed con
clusive evidence that such State and the
people thereof have not been in rebellion
gainst the United States.
Attention is hereby called to an act of
Congress, entitled an act to make an ad-
itional Article of War, approved March
13, 18C2, and which act U in the words
and figures following:
"Beit enacted by tht Senate and House of
Reirreientatives of the United Siatsi, in Con'
giess asternlM, That hereafter the follow-
ng shall be promulgated as an addition-
1 Article of War for toe government of
tlie Army of the United States, and shall
be obeyed and observed u such :
Article: All officers or persons in the
rail'.tary or naval ervice of the United
States, are prohibited from employing any
of the forces under their respective com
mands for the purpose of returning fu
gitives from service or labor, who may
have escaped from any person te whom
such service or labor is claimed to be
due, and any officer who shall be found
guilty by a court martial, of violating
this article shall be dismissed from the
Sec. 2. Andle it further enadetl, That
this act shall take effect from and after
Also to the 9th and 10th sections of an
act entitled " an act to suppress -insur
recflon, to punish treason and rebellion,
to seize and confiscate property of rebels,
and for other purposes, approved July
17th, 1802," and which sections are in tho
words and figures following :
Section 9. And le it furOier enacted.
That all the slaves of persons who shall
hereafter be engaged in rebellion against
the Government of the United States, or
who shall in any way give aid or com
fort thereto, escaping from such persons
and taking refuge within the limits of
the army, and all slaves captured from
such persons, or deserted by them and
coming- under the control of the uovern-
mcnt of the United States, and all slaves
of such persons on or being within any
place occupied by rebel forces, and af
terwards occupied by the forces of the
United States, shall be deemed captures
of war, and shall be forever free of their
servitude and not again held as slaves.'
Skc. 10. And be itfurtlier enacted, That no
slave escaping into any slave territory or
the District of Columbia, from any ot the
States shall be delivered up, or in any
way impeded or hindered of his liberty,
except for crime or some offense against
tho laws, unless the person claiming said
fugitive shall first make oath that the
person to whom the labor or service oi
said fugitive is alleged to be due, is his
lawful owner, and has not been in arms
against the United States in the present
rebellion, nor in any way given aid or
comfort thereto: and no pevson engaged
in the military or naval service of the
United States shall, under any pretense
whatever, assume to decide on the valid
ity of the claims of any person to the ser
vice or labor of any other person or
surrender up any such person to the
claimant, on Dain of beins dismissed
from the service.
And I do hereby enjoin upon and or
der all persons engaged in the military
and navil service of tho United States,
to obey and enforco within their respec
five spheres of service, the Article and
Sections above recited. And the F.vec-
utive will in duo time recommend that
all citizens of the United States who
shall havo remained loyal thereto
throughout the rebellion, shall, upon the
restoration of the Constitutional rela
tions between the United States and their
respective States and people, if the re la
tion shall have been suspended or dia
turbed, be compensated for all losses by acti
of trie United States, inclwling the loss of
slaves. , '
In witness whereof I have hereunto set
my hand and casued the seal of the Uni
ted States to be affixed. i
Done at the City of Washington this
the twenty-second day of September, in
the year of our Lord one thousand eight
hundred and sixty-two, and of tho In
dependence of the United States the
eighty-seventh. . j
Signed, ABRAHAM LINCOLN. J
By the President.
Wm. II. Seward, Secretary of Stale.
Strayed or Stolen.
A BAT HOUSE, WITH TIILLH WHITE LEO,
white Htrouk nu tlio fon-liiMrt, lirivy mane (iiui
lull ; no murk. Any Mtnii Hiving information of
tho nlHive-uniiM"t hums will rwiv' a lilii'riil rcuard
fur audi, by culling ou llroailway, between Toll'-ge
nvt Cherry itrwta.
N. n. VKKSY,
" . Unit, and Quartern! inter Ht IuJ'i.'i Yui.
Kot7-1vt " " - " - ' ,
rroelamatloii of the Governor.
BV lrtuo of th power and authority ia me ru
led, a Military UTernur of the fclata of Ten
nessee. 1 do huruby apKint Ilia fuliowlug perriona to
hold and f xercm th tmictioni", of the rrpectiT of
fice attached Ui hi ami their nainea, aai to peilUroi
the dutiex thereof according to law, to wit :
J'lin Cr"T, Alderman. Jumea Turner and Win.
Roberta, tonm line n.
Ji. J Rnbh, Alderman, li. M. oulU;at and A.
Mjen Council men.
. THIBD WARD. m
K'l Mitlloy, A Merman. Andrew Au'lerson and
Alex. alclMuiel, Couuciluien.
II. Q. Hcovel, A'.ilermau. L. B. UiitT and Charlea
W. 8 Clir.itlKirn, Aldi riuiiu. J. B. Koowlei aud W.
M. M. Ilrien, Al leriiiau. T. J. Yarbrough aud
Wui. Ltrivtr, OounciimeB.
St. O I.. Claiborne, Alderman. Wru Stewart and
Tho. ('ready, Conmlliuea.
Jo. Euiith, Alderiuau. Win. liaity aud Wra.
"iiUrf-u, Coul cilumu.
Ia TiiiTiNONT Wuiacor, I have here
unto n' t my hand and c m d tke Gieat
b at of the Statu to lie a!tltd, at Ma?b
villi', thin OetolMMT 1-t Iki.j
ANi'KKW JOHNSON, Goviaa-oa.
Edward H. It, Secretary of Slaw.
OH i(l flt.'HEI.a COil-. I'Kl receWed
WUUl; on CVunirumeiii aud f.r lale.
Or i. r led ot tlie yard, CuKNLK OK CKIAB AH
CHKKkY tlKKl-TS, will be promptly filled,
may) 1). 1. DK ULV, Agent.
1 Marshal's Sale. ,
IY vtrtnaaf two Wri'aof f At.taain directed I
II the Cirnr.rt Court of Ihe L'a led Statu, lor tti
Vtldio Mutrlct of Tetinwiaofl, I, K. H. fiUwxck, Mar
hal In ana fur a. Id Inptrtcl, will m for aalo, pub.
Itcly, to the h'frheel bidder, oh tli lmu day f Octo
ber, W2, at tne Court Honaa door. In lb city of
nunTiiw, an ma rgm, line, ca'ra, aad Hii.nl
wnicn ionn r. airktaiey luti in aad to tlx rolxiirng
deacribed Mi. or paroela of laud, in tho loan of M'ir
frwalioro.Rut.ierflird county, Stale of tViineaxre, to
gether with the bulldiacs aud tmrirovemmut oa tlie
mi, Tit : a M containing by estimation S7&0 aqiwre
feet, fronting 25 f'-el oo the public a i-re in Hur
freeaboro, running back uorthward from aaid Aqaara
l.M) I -et, without a butMIng on It, Teoted in aaid J. T.
McKI ley by deed r-yHlcred tn hm of tlie Uela-
lor or Kumerrord county, eot; aim a tot deeig
natt'd aa tb orinitml plan of aaid town of Murfreet
born aa 70, beginning at a (take, aotiiheaM corner
of aaid hit, running thence Weat l.W reet, to a auke.,
thanca weat Jl feet la W. C rietcher'a corner,
tbeuee north bi teet to a itake on the atrcet, thence
dt with the afreet to the north went corner of the
I'reabytertia Church tot, thenca aotita ISO feet W the
ncgmmriK, veaiea in aaid McaMnley by den4 tejlater
ed in book 6, paira Ml ; a lot In Wurfreeaboro. bonud
ed aa fnllowa i begianlng with a etako 4 fee north af
aid McKinley'a aoulhaest earner of lot. unsbaod
irora joues. thence west 18S root to ire Btreet
thenco north HOW feet to a alnke, wiih aaid ttraut
ovtraer of lot Ibrmorty ownad by fletcber, thence oual
bo.s loci to a atake, thenca touth to the beginning,
veated In aaid McKinlry by deed reglsetred In book T
pag? 190; and a lot bounded as ftdlowa : bepinniog on
northweM comer oi a lot owned by Jamea McDowell
Km., riiunlni; thenco north with tlie rtreet 65 feet to
liiawirner ol the atrcet, thence east with tho atrcet
Ti tet to a atake, lb.eune iuutb 64 fix-t to a alake on
"aid Mrltowull' line, tbvtice went with paid line 7J
leol to tho beginning, Tested In aaid McKtnley by
deed reeiftercd In look 6, lagea 810, 611: (aid pro
perty being levied tiKn to aatiaiy ajudgiut-nt lu faTor
oi ie lotirry, i.uourcado Co., against J. T. McKm
Icy, and a judgment In farur nf Ueudnr Bud a: Co
ugaln-t llall b McKinlry, rendered In 'd Court on
the 3nth day ol April, 18(,2, aud on llin t da) of
may, i.ioa ra;e to lako place at lu oci'KK, a.m.,
..-,, K. R. (ilJlSCUCK.
' 12 Ut. . C. S. liars hal, II. D. T.
TJX virtua of a aril oft fa to tuo directed from tho
JJ Circuit t-ourt t.f the Lulled Stutea. for tho Ml '.din
IMslrict of Tf linemen, I, K R. ulaaijock. llarahal In
anu tor rant inatrlel, will txpoae to aalo, publicly, to
the bigheet bi Ider, for cash, at tlie Court llouee door
lu the cty of NaidiTillo, on thelSth dav of Ootobe'
H2, tlio followiug a'aveg, iimiiorlT ol Alleu B Crick
ell, iiam-ly : St try, aboul IB years of ago, with her
Infant son, William; and Hotcr, ten or eleven years
of age; the stares uforeaaid having been levied on to
sauaiy a imlgmeiit In tavor ol Clark, Adams Si Chirk,
agaliibt A. B. Crockett, reuuored m aaid Court od Die
UMh day of April, lSSil. Sale to commence at 10
o clock, A.M. E. B. GLASCOCK.
sepli-141. , U. 8. Marfhal.M. I). T.
JjJ ATIilVI EU OCT. 8, 1801.
OVAL liAMP CIII3IEY
Manufactured of '
XX FLlVr OL.XSS. i
These Chimneys are tntvndi d for thllt
flames, whiih heat na a.l carta of the
glass eqa'.ly, doea not expose It to crack-
"g. I). IHTIirJIMlK.
Fori riitGlaas Works.
c . Htteburp, Pai
bamrlrs can be seen at this Cilice. t
Junc& ly. ' I
NASHVILLE (Edgefield) AND
R j. IX ROAD-
TIITIE TAHliE No. 2,
Takes effect on Monday, July 14. 1862
Leave Kaalivllle at 2 o'clock, l, ju.
Arrives at naauviiie at 10.10, A.m.
Connects with Trains from and to Clarltavillo at
; July lu-tf.
GEO. W. BUEWMAKKB. BTBON H.'ROBB,
SHEWMAKER & E0BB,
Ko.'ll, S0tl3 FOURTH STRKKT, !
, . (SEWIKN MARKKI AP WalJItlT,)
ST. LOUIS, ItlO.
Established for the Benrfit of Stranpers,
'ooMiaa to st. ions i sraitcB or ' ,
Sick, "Wounded, or Soldiers that hv '
Died from Wennds or Bickneu.
CORRECr I.VTELLIUKNCE WILL HE GIVEV OK
tba condition of any Hick or Wounded Mobile In
ST. U)l!8, LOLISVIIXK, CINCINNATI, N ASH VII. I, k,
Huttiu Liu, r muj ouur iioapuai in ine western
Imparl mcnt. This Is lha ojilt Army lutelliKouce
Office in tho United Stain, and Information regard.
Ing Soldiers from any part of the U.K. caa bo given
at any time, by calling at, or wkiti.iu to tba Aaar
1tsluusk ca urnca, I'usl-Uinca Box ho. Is48.
N. h. I'irso-vs coa-iau to BT. loris ia- suara or
tuaia ('aiK-iiis will nbtaia all naceaaary mforuiatiou
by calling at nur Ollice, No. 11, tVmih ITourUi hueet.
aiay is, lan ' ly
BOOTS and SHOES.
rjHE CNDERPIONED WOULD RKSPECTFn.LT
i. inform the citisons of Naahvllle and the public
In general, that they have fitted tip a bouse, No. 1(1,
Union Mtreot, whera ther will consUntlv keen a well.
selectod btoik of all doscrlijlloiis of
BOOTS & SHOES,
Trunks, Valises, Carpet Bags,
Yo , which thsy will sell at tba lowest rates lor Ca.h.
I Wholesale and llutail.
une2J So. 10, Union btnwt.
Horses for Sale!
ONE BAT HARE, aocuatomcd to an.ile harn.i.
showy and flue traveler.
ONE IIUOWN MAKE, aood under the aaddla.a
blooiled animal aud fiat traveler ; also,
ONE IK.L'l'.LE BETT OP 11 AKNEaS, all of which
111 bs aidd cheap, aa the owner ilix-a D"t need them.
Apply to JO.-1AH B ALl.t.V,
ug-ift-lw 47, College street.
AT the Broadway Mills.
a 0 DICK IT, Agent
KVK FLAW 11.
frX BAR R EI 5 FRESH GROUND BYE FLOUR, 0
Utt baud and for aaiu al llis Hradry Mills.
juoei V. II. I'KK'tV, Aveot
B. B. CONNOR & BR0.,
KO, I OOLLKOK 8TKECT.,
Vow Htack Jnat received and for aula
: low to rlos oat Constgamcnta,
Sail, for sale by
If M bo08 ''ALT, tur Sale by
IUU ipl CONNOR
CONNOR A BRO.
. Coat OIL, lor aala by
CONNOR X HR0.
bad bbls. Coal OIL, tor sale by
a4 , CONNOR A BRO.
dnacn UKOOM,for aaie by
at. . CONNOR A BRO.
rn koias SWAP, for sala by
UKJ ap . CONNOR A BRO.
boles KTARCH, for sale by
ap I CONNOR A BRO.
ty cbceUTKA, tor Sale by
CONNOR A BRO
J2 half chef ts TEA, for sale by
CONNOR a rmo
I () cad ie TKA, for sale by
CONNOR A URO.
1(1 boxes Yeast I'OWIlRKS, for sale by
a ap s
CONNOR A BRO.
n f casks S01A, fur sals by
CON NOR A OHO.
1 Of a MATtHKd, for salu by
LJJ ap 8 CONNOR A
OfV boxes Star CANDU. for sals by
ap S CONNOR A
i) T boxes
CoFFKE, for s.Ue by
COSNOR A 00.
bbls. Vl.NkWAK, f r sale by
CONNOR A B!10.
I ( kits SALMON, f r sale by
WJ apt CONNOd A Biio-
Is MACK.EtllX,(or saie by
CON NOR A B1IO.
fZ kits HERRING, for sale by
CONNOR A BRO,
CONNOR A BKO.
2 kits SHAD, for sale by
JJJ bbls. TROUT, for sale by
ro.NNoR A BRO.
( bbls. MACKKKH,, for sale by
iv ap s
CONNOR A BKO.
4 bbls. i
CiOr.R, lor sale by
CONNOR A RUO.
boxes dried IILKINU, iV sale by
CONNOR A BRO.
J boxes Dried Scaled, f r sale bv
P CONNOR A BRO.
kefn NAILS, for salu by
P CONNOR A BKO.
bbls CruRhfd Sugar, lor sale by
p8 Connor a bko.
It iPi bans MtAl., lor sa.e by
CONNOR A BRO.
bins FLOUR, for sale bv
OK A BkO.
C) casks UAMS
ZJ ap 8
, fur salu tiy
C)f casks i-lbVj, lur sale by
v ap 8
cor.-nor a nuo.
'lV bbls nno roTATOrii, lor aie by
v ' ana
CONNOft 4! BRO.
nf boxes fresh Garden SKEU, for i.le by
MU ap a
8 bbls Oniou t-KTd, for tale by
A liercua Canvassed KAMS, l(h a U'ne let ol all
our old Ptund, No. 6 College street. ':
i soria or i.noua. wnie.n na win eina ami iu. ,.i
P n b. CONNOR A BRO.
NEW YORK to LIVERPOOL.
Walter Faton, Commander,
WIU bo despatched
Callinir at Once imtoa-n.
Faou Ni.w Viiaa
Snhirduy July 2C
Saturday, .. ..Aii(nt 10
Wednesday Octolier 1
iiieauay, bi ptember 9
Saturday, October 25
Thursday, ..December 11
Tuesday, .. .November 18
This magnificent shin havlnc nroved h er.lr am
equalled for sjieed, safety and comfort (sea sickuess
being unknown on board), is strongly recomnieuded
as the most eligible conveyane for paaaengers.
1 riaeT caaisi.
From f 110 to 1155 each lierth. accordinr tn n..i...
situation, and accommodullon of the Btate llooma, all
ua.uig t"v i'ioiukm iu me raloonH, and in re
gard to meala and attendance, Htiites of iipartmenU
for familios may be engaged by special agreement.
TICKETS FOB TnK VOYAGE to and from LIVEIl-
ruuii at a rani Au A HALF lur First
. and Heoond Class.
Servants acconipanyiui tiasaenirera. and rl.ll.lr.n
under 12 years of age, half Ture j infuuts free. .
SXCOND OA SIX. I
Btate room berths, meala fiuoUhe I at separate ta-
Iutermtillate State Boom passengers found with
neon, oeuuiug, tame, nieuslls, ami good substan
tial food, M M-fJ
With siijierinr accommodations ...... $.15
Each paiiseuger allowed 20 cubic feet of luggage.
An exierteuce l Surgeon on board.
ror irelgtit and paaaagn, apply to ;
CHAe. a whitnet, 1
At the office, Ho. l Broadway, N.Y.
. HOWLAND A A.-iPINWALL. Agents.
July 80, 18i,ttlU)ec: 1.
500 Horses Wanted!
Toil CAVA HIV KEKVICL
T'lVE IIUNDBED GOOD HJRSKS. BETWEEN
X four and rlxht years old, and hetvteeu flft'-en
no sixteen nanon nigh, are wauted Immediately for
'AVALItY c-tBVRK. for which reas-niblo nrioes
Kill be paid.
Apply to Crr. B. N. LAMB, ou Vine Street,
below Mrs. Folk's ruid louce. auglii-lf
r IiEN OB FIFTEEN ABf E BOD
X. M men, who are willing to
rve their country, M fill un aa
Id'orpauized and well drilled Bat
tery of Mounted Artillery, which
has already dona good service in
For particulars, apply to Col. Mii.lib's Ifead-
uarU ra, or in Camp wu the ifardingvill Pike, near
tlie FeniU-ntiary. CAIT. A. K. DI.'HU,
augto-ti t;ommaniitig tin Ind. Battery.
Freights for Hew York, Philadelphia
TE ARE FORWARDING COTTON. TOBAOCO, Ac,
through from Cumberland Klver.
" itoncit r pioohi: & t o..
JyU CINCINNATI, OHIO.
Strayed or Stolen !
e. im iiiiAinur i na c ia.nl ur.tti
firi'VJ'Ark. 111. (liiann. rattirnm. Ii fl.ilH..l n.
giving lornrojafm cf the same will suituhly rewar
ded H.C! 3C0VAI, ei North-SMTiurrHt.51
ROBERT IMOORE & CO.
CONSIGNMENTS OT COTTON, TOBACCO, I
FFATHKH and FRObl'CK geoeraily, will n
our best attention. . ua
GRIFFITH & PARSOI
' AND WHOLESALE t'EALERH IN
Groceries & Pro visioi
HAMS, BACON SIDF
. rCOFFEES, SUGARS, TEAS,
Mustard, Spice, Pepper, Nutmc
BAGGING, ROPE, TWIJ
BOAIV, CANDLES, V
COARSE & FINE SAL
CMADIKS, VHim, VLES
Suttlers' Goods of all Kinds,
Aud many other article arriving dully pi,r
for Cash, aud sold at rmall prohl.
Cull aiul rA'e.
(iHIFFlTH ti. IMIISOM
No.T COLLEGE t;T., NASHVILLE, TI
AIHIV I.TCLLIGCi(E OITIi
No. 11, South Fourth St,
aAivr loi in, mo.
Established for the benefit or strangers CotU
Mt. Ix.tiis in search of
SICK 0.11 WOUNDE
and for persons UvIhk at a distance alio can
V, ? ' '"""' (S' lioe uuiceaud uldaln r
able iufurmation of any soldier that ru
littvd In tba ttaiea ,r
flfiaok, Miana, Ohio, low, ilwhigan, H'i.
r m, m,nn4uot, hnlwkt and JJiwoKrf.
ZlORUfcCT INTELLIGENCE WILL DK CIVFV
- -' males, win
Hies. MtiiiMi.an. Hinm '
tn what battles' h. ni'ay' Ur
fjYilftfsn l.U ra (rim Jar. t la. ....II l J
- n i rami neu,
IliformsaMiin Mflll snlsin l.aa . . A . t .
7 , s BivrU VI 1119 Cf)f(l(h
: : , """'ii i ami ancre tnoiie I,
In battle, or have dl.nl from tli. tr wounds, are I
d aud where those taken piisoucis arc .
nepartawu, of u,. mZCZZlTZ
nieiit,-aud Informatlou of soldiers from anv J
above BtabHi can he Klv.n at any ilrne by CaM
rllinic to the army lr,ttllH..utooi, e. '
This la tl.a nl.
In. Tl -'" m, auu in n ii ii. I,
his reg.nieiil (halves flir any kind of Ai u. n
r-nc. will be Two lAn.caaa, .id any ,.er."n a ,
III please euclos the amount, m order to ..,
attention to their inoutrl.. ' 4er
Address: Army lutelliirenc Offlco. St.
. I vi la
in car r.o. Boa lew. Mar 10 1 ,
piETEEM RECIlLm ABE WANTED FOR
Wlerj - A,' first hamm Artillery,
who will receive lha rr.nU. nil'KTV n.. '
Hons, and Clolhimr. lu h.ihi... tii'l i
IOLLAk3, paid aa sn as thry snhtl, by r. .
criniiuK oitlier. auiiio
oinie uesl d'mr below the City lli.lsl.
OTOI.ES, rrout R. Mn.riKRHAN-I), Jeweller, on
O ioU SlrC't OVb' lATL'WT I L VVII L-V.ll
GOLD WATCH, inaiiufarliirrd by juo. jnhnawm,
ricxil. The W.Uh 1. i,r am.il iih i,n
euraved oi, the liihi l (.. W. llA-. a, fron
iiirr in u. e year H.ij;"on the ouisldi- eiijiri
'lloaica iUaaaa " Tl.e above h. ward will ba
or any Il l irnijUou thai n..i 1...I in il... .u.
til properly. (J. aMK
l.ul?il J.n.rul piiaase py t , ti t ami .