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For Freedom and Nationality.
. V. MI'.urril, I'dttar.
Important Regulations inRelation to
Army Trains and Baggage.
War DaPARTMF.ST Adu'tGen'li Office
Wahhikotok, Oct. 18, 18C2. J
th.or&l Oriins, Ko. ICO.
TLt following regulat ions are establish
d for armj trains and baggagf :
1. There will he allowed .
I'cr Wndquarlcrs' Iraia of an Army
C(irm, four wagorn; of a Division or
Prijrade, three; of a full Infantry Igi
ment, t.'m ; and of Light Artillcrj Bat
tery or Fquiidron of Cavalrj, three.
la ro rase will this allowance be ex
reeded, but always proportionably re
duced ( cording to the ofllcers and men
actually present. All surplus wagons
will rc turned orcr to the Chief Quarter
dufU r to be organized, under direction
I the Commanding Generals, into supply
train, or tsciit to the nearest depot.
The requisite supply trains, their size
depend inn upon the Mate of (he roads
and character of the rampnijtn, will be
organized by the Chief (juartefmaRter,
with the approval of the Commanding
General, fuhject to the control of the
War pai Intent.
2. The wagons allowed to a regiment,
hatury, or squadron must carry nothing
hut rt.ijie fur the teams, cooking ntensilM,
and ration for the troops, hospital stores,
ami .!!i.n' banae. One wagon to each
remanent will- transport exclusively hos
pital iipplies, under the direction of the
lieirneiital Suit on ; the one for legi-ment-l
headquarters will carry the grain
tor the otlicei!' horse", and the three al
lowed for eaeh hatiery or squadron will
be at least half loaded with the grain for
their own teams.
Uteres in bulk and ammunition will be
carried in the regular or special supply
a. In active campaign, troops must be
prepared to bivouac on the march, the
allowance ol tent being limited, ns
1 follows: ,
l or the headquarters of hii army corps,
division, or brigade, one wall tent to the
Commanding General, and one to every
ttn olllecrs of his stall'.
I'f.r the Colonel, Field, and Stall' of a
full regiment, three wall tents, and for
cvt ry ol In r commissioned officer, one
shelter tent ach.
Tor very tu iiori-conijiiissioned ( f II
ret, Mldiers oHicers' servants, and au
thorized amp followers, one shelter tent.
One hospital tent will be allowed for
oflice. pui poses at corps headquarters, and
one wall tent at those of a division or
brigade. All tents beyond this allowance
will " left ( tupol
-1. OHicers' baggage will be limited to
blankets, one small valise or carpet-bag,
and a moderate nn ss kit. The men will
carry their blankets and shelter tents,
and reduce the contents of their knap
sacks as much as possible.
The Itepot CJuartei master will provide
storage lor a reasonable amount or olu
cers' surplus tiau'age, and the extra
clot king and knapsacks ol the men.
."i. Hospital tents aie for the Bick and
wounded, and except those allowed for
army corps headquarters, must not be di
verted I'roin their proper use.
(".. Commanding oflicers will be held
responsible for tho strict enforcement of
these regulations, especially wie reuue
tion of ollicers' baggage within their re
7. On all man lies, Quartermasters, un
der the orders of their commanding offi
cers, will accompany and conduct their
trails in a way not to obstruct the move
ment of troops.
8. All Quartermasters and Commissa
we's 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 communications.
9. All Quartermasters and Commissa
ries w ill report, by letter, on tho first of
every month, to the chiefs of their re
spective departments at Washington, D.
C, their station, and generally the duty
on which they have been engaged during
the preceding month.
M AJOU-G N EIJAL II ALLF.CK.
L. Thomas, Adjutant General.
Select Articles of War.
( las 'fin the Revised Regulations for the
A'-niy, published by Uie War Department,
1801,w the government of the military
service with the injunction of One secretary
V War that tUy be strictly vbterval)
Aa r. 3-. Kvory o'Uicer commanding in
quarters, garrisons, or on tho march, shall
keep good order, and to the utmost of his
power, redress all abuses and disorders
whtrli may be committed by any officer
r soldier under his command; if, upon
complaint made to him of ollieers or sol
diers beating or otherwise ill-treating
any person, or disturbing fairs or markets,
tr ot committing any kind of riots, to
the disquieting of the citizens of the
United States, he, the said commander,
who thall omit or refuse to see justice
dam to the ofl'ender or offenders, and
reparation made to the parties injured,
as far as part of the offender's pay shall
euable hir.v or them, shall, upon proof
thereof, be cashiered, or otherwise pun
ished, aa a general court martial may
1st. 33. When any commissioned offi
cer Of soldier shall bo accused of a capi
tal crime, or of having used violence, or
committed any offence against the person
or property of any citizen of any of the
United States, such as is punishable by
iu Known laws T the land, the com
ruandlng ofllcer and ofllcers of any regi
ment, troop or company, to wbJch the
person or persons accused shall belong,
re cercby retuired, upon application
duly made by, er in behalf of, the party
injured, U use their utmost endeavours
to deliver over such accused person or
persons to the civil magistrate, and like
wise to be aiding; and assisting the ofll
cers of justice in apprehending and se
curing the persons so accused, in order to
bring them to Jnal. If any commanding
ofllcer or ofllcers shall wilfully neglect,
,or shall refuse to deliver over such per
on the officer or officers
so offending, shall be cashiered
Art 62. Any officer or soldier wko
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
werds inducing others to do the like, or
shall cast away his arms or ammunition,
or who shall quit his port or colors to plunder
unit pillage, every such ollender, being
duly convicted thereof, shall suffer death,
or such other punishment as shall be or
dered by the sentence of a general court-
Art. 51. All officers and soldiers are
to behave themselves orderly in quarters
and on their march ; and whoever shall
commit any waste or spoil, either in
walks ef trees, parks, warrens, fish
ponds, houses, or gardens, corn-fields,
inclosures of meadows, or shall malirimisly
deilroy any properly wltatsoever belonging; to
the inhabitants ot the United Mates, un
less by order of the then Commander-in-Chief
of the armies of the said States,
f 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
07" Art. 56. Whoever shall relieve the
enemy with money, victuals, or ammuni
tion, or shall knowingly harbor or pro
tect an enemy, shall suffer (Until or such
other punishment as Bhall be ordered by
the sentence of a court-martial.
07" Art. 57. Whoever shall be con
victed of holding correspondence with or
giving intelligence to the enemy, either
directly or indirectly, shall stiller death,
or such other punishment as shall be
ordered by the sentence of a court
martial. A I'KOCLAMATIO:',
II)' the lieinnt of the I nitrd
WAsnmoTOs, Sept. 22, 1802.
- I, Abraham Lincoln, President of tho
Uiaited States of America, and Commander-in-chief
of the Army and Navy
thereof, do hereby proclaim and declare,
that hereafter, as heretofore, the war will
be prosecuted for the object of practical
ly restoring the institutional relations
between tho 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
adoption of a practical measure tender
ing pecuniary aid to tho free acceptance
tr rejection ef all tho slave States, so
called, the people whereof may not then
oe in rebellion against the United States
and which Slates may then have volun
tarily adopted, or thereafter may volun
tarily adopt, an immediate or gradual
abolishment ef slavery within their re
spective limits; and that the efforts to
colonize persons of African dessent, with
their consent, upon the oontinent, or
elsewhere, with the previously obtained
consent of the Government exist
ing there, will be eontinued. 2 lad on
tlie first day of January, iu the year of our
Lord, one thousand eiald hundred and sixty
three, mil persons held us slaves within any
Slate, or witliin evy designated port of a Stale,
Vie people vehortnf shall tften he in rebellion
against the United Stales, sliall be tfien, thettce '
forward and forever fret, and the Jheculive
Government of tho United Slates, including
the military and mval authority thereof, will
recognize and maintain tin freedom of such
persons, and will do no act or sets to re
press such persons, er any of them, in
any efforts they may make for their ac
tual freedom; that the Executive will, on
the first day oi January aforesaid, J by
proclamation, designate the Slates, and
parts of States, if any, in which the peo
ple thereof respectively, shall then be in
rebellion against the United States; the
fact that any State, or the people thereof,
shall on that day be in good faith repre
sented in tho Congress of the United
States hy members chosen thereto at
elections wherein amajerity 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
against the United States.
Attention is hereby called tu an set of
Congress, entitled an act to make an ad
ditional Article of War, approved March
13, 18G2, and which act is in the words
and figures following:
''Be it enacted ly Vie flenate and House ef
Representatives of the United Stat.is, in Con
gress astemlikd, That hereafter the follow-
ing Sliau ur iiruiiiuigaicu u nuuiuuu-
al Article of War for the government of
tlie Army ef the United States, and shall
be obeyed ana observed as such :
Article: All officers or persons in the
military or naval service of the United
States, are prohi bi ted from employ ing any
of the forces under their respective com
mands for the purpose of returning fu
gitives from service or labor, who may
nave 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. And be it fisrAe ,mded, That
this act shall take effect frem and after
Also to the Oth and 10th sections ef an
act entitled " an act to suppress insnr
rection, to punish treason and rebellion
to seir.e and confiscate property ef rebels,
and for ether purposes, approved July
17th, 18G2," and which sections are in the
words and figures following :
Skctioit 9. And be it further enacted,
That all the sla-es of persons who shall
hereafter be engaged in rebellion against
tho Government of the United States, or
who shall in any way give sid 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 ot the Uovern
ment of the United States, and all slaves
of such persons on or being within SDy
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 neid as slaves.
Seo. 10. And be it furtlter enacted, That no
slave escaping info any slave territory or
the District of Columbia, from any oi the
States shall be delivered up, or in any
way impeded or hindered of his liberty,
except for crime or some offense against
the laws, unless the person claiming said
fugitive shall first make oath that the
person to whom the labor or service of
said fugitive is alleged to be due, is tiis
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 person engaged
in the military or naval service of the
United States shall, under any pretense
whatever, assume to decide on tho valid
ity of t he claims of any person to the ser-
vico or labor of any other person or
surrender up any such person to the
claimant, on pain of being dismissed
from tho service.
And I do hereby enjoin upon and or
der all persons engaged in the military
and nav.U service of tho United States,
to obey and enforce within their respec
tive spheres of service, the Article and
Sections above recited. And the Exec
utive will in duo time recommend that
all citizens of the United States who
shall havo remained loyal thereto
throughout tho rebellion, shall, upon tho
restoration of the Constitutional rela
tions between the United States and their
respective Slates and people, if the rela
tion shall have been suspended or dis
turbed, lie compensated for all Irjsses. by acts
of the United States, including the loss of
In witness whereof I have hereunto set
my hand and casued the seal of the Uni
ted States to be affixed.
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
Signed, ABRAHAM LINCOLN.
By the President.
Wm. II. Sbward, Secretary of State.
Strayed or Stolen.
A BAT HOR8K, WITH TURKS WIUT LKOS,
t wbiu itrtak tli farrtiwid, houTT man c4
tail ; n murk. Any porKnn glTing liilormnli f
lh 1ot RamM liar', will rw-clve a liberal rewarS
fur nch, by c;illln on Uraalwaj, belwi ea Callrga
and ( h'rry utreou.
Lieut, aad Qnarteruaiter 1st lait'p'l V
Proclamation or the Garernor.
BY vlrta f tba power and authority in ma rel
ied, hi Militar Uoveraor of Ihe Htata af Tea.
m' I do hereby appoint the following persona te
liolil ant exercia the function, of Hie pee tire ef
flcoa attached te nil and their oaaiei, and te perform
the datiaa Ihereaf according te law, la wit :
Jnhn Carper, AlaVrm ta. Jamoi Turner and Wm.
Jo. J R1, Alilrraan. U. M. tieutagate mid A.
K.I Mulley, Alderman. Andrew Audermn and
Alex. alcl)niel, C'ounciliaen.
II. O. Scorel, Alderman. L. B. Uun" aad Charlea
W. 8 Clieiitliam, Aldi rman. J. B. Rnewlraand W.
A. McOtellaad, Ceaaclltnen.
M. M. Uriel, Alderwua. T. J. YarBreuith and
Wm. Driver, CeuaeilBiea.
M. O L. Claieeriie, Alderman. Wm. Stewart and
Thoe. Cready, Councilman.
Jut. Smita, Aldannaa. Wa. lliily aud Wa,
8 inliern, Ceuacdme'i,
I TaaTiMoav War.aer, I have here
unto ai't my hand and caaei'd the Greet
heal af the Stiile to he altied, at Heh
Tllle. thii October lt IhoJ
A'NUUKVT JOHNSON, Oovaaxea.
HnwAa II. Kat, Secretary of State.
Oi (ltl BL'SHKI.8 CO A I., luat received
Ui' " IU on Coneignmi'iit, and (r aale.
Order left at tlie yard, UjKNKK OK t'KUAK AM
CUErtKY t'IriKIS."'''4 will b prnmrdlT filled,
mays 1. D. IHCKKYt Afent.
)T virtue ef.tw wrl-a af J n, u me direeted hy
Ihe rironl Oorl f lt Cnu1 Htaten, t..e the
Hlddle. ttletrk-l ef Tennea.ee, I, R. R. Ulaacorn, Mr.
ebal Id and foratld Dwtrtvt, will rine f.,r aale pub
licly, to the h ghent bidder, en the lain day of 0,-U,.
ber, )!, at ike Court Itnat door, la tha city of
Naahvllle, all the right, title, e a'm, and Intercut
which John T. McElalry ha In and ts tha following
di'irnhed lota, or rrelt of land, la the towa of Mur
fi eeeboro, Rutherford county, State of Tenneaaee, to
gether wile the bmldiag and Improvement an tha
T, : fr' eontanaiug hy eatlraation IToOaqnar
feet, fronting 19 fret on the publia aquare In Mur.
freenboro, runaing hack northward from aald Square
150 feel, without a building na It, rested la aaid J T
MtKli ley by deed regletared la hook ( af the Heal.
W-rof RulherfuM ronnty, pate (MM; aleo-a l-t tlenig.
nald in Iheorifrmal Ian of aald towa of Mnrfreee
bore a Hi 70, beiiraiiig al a tuke, multireel rerner
f e-id lot. running lui'oc Wet 1M feet, to a atake,
thenr went 11 feel to w. C- fietcher'a rnrner,
tht-nre amthtt foot t a flake en the meet, thenoa
at with the alreet to tha nnrthwrat rorncr f the
rrrahylrrtaa Churrh lot, thence aouih 130 feet lu tho
beginning, vetted In aaid McRlaley by deed reenter
ed la book S, o al ; a lot in aturfteeahore, boned
ed a follow : beginning with a stake M feel north of
atld McKiulfy'j aoutliwent corner of lot purchawsi
from Jone. tJieae weat llStj feet le tF atreet,
tbenea Borlh Mi feet ta a euike, with aaid atreet,
eorner af lot formerly owned by Hetcher, thrnr eaat
15 feet la a Make, thence aoutb ta Ihe beginning,
vetMl in aa'd Mckinley by drvd retiartred la book T,
pagi 190; and a lot bounded a follow : beginning no
nerthweat corner of a lot ownrd by Jaara McDowell,
Sen., running Ibenra north with tha atreet at feet to
the rnrner of the atreet, thence el with the treel
73 feet to a atake, thence toulh tS feet to a atake on
a.-id McIiowrU's line, thenee wet with aald Una 12
fei t to the beginning, Tiniod in taid McKlnley hy
dwd reittetered in book S, pwe gio all; aald pro
perty being leTied upon to naliil'y a Juiigmi-nt In farur
oi lie Dotirry, I.ifourrade Co., agninet J. T. McKln
ley, and a judgment In faror of Meader a 1 k Co ,
aKlnt llall A: McKlnley, rendered In aald Conrt en
mo anind&ynr April, 1HM, anion the lat day ef
may, je. ,-an io tail piac at 10 O'clock, A. M.
8. R. (il.ASCOC'K.
ep12 141. V. S, Marshal, M. D. T
1JT viriaaf a writ of f to me directed frem In
XI t ircuil (ourloftho United State, for the Mi die
lnatrict of Tonnraxer. I. t R. tilgcack. Maralial la
aim tor eaid Instrici, will expose to al, publicly , to
the hirlictt hi l.ler, for rjwli, at tlie art llouee door,
in the cty of KanbTiilo, on tho 18th day of Octobe-,
Ida.) at... ..l, : ... .. . '
'i o'm'iwiuk a avee, property e Allen II (.'rock
ett. namely : Mry. about 19 years of aan. with li,r
inti.nl son, William; and IVtor, tenor eleren yeara
ofaro; the (laTc aforoanij having been levied onto
y a ladfjmi'Ut in furor ol Clark, Adams Clark,
st A. It. CriK'.kutt, rendered In said Court on tho
2-tlh day of At
lf'2. Kale to commiMire at 10
O'clock, A. XI.
K. R. GLAS()(ICK.
P. S. Marshal, at. h. T.
pATCNTCDOC r. 8. 1801.
OVAL limp cnnixRts
XX FlilT r.VAHH.
Theae ChlmneT are 1nt,.(.M( r ik.M.i
flames, which honting all carts of tho
glint 0'ially , dooa not oxprvse it to crack
ing. K 1). DlTHRliiriK'.
Tort Hit Gl is Work.
Wvihlogton slro t
Sampir can b seen at thia (;fllf.
NASIFVTLLE (Edgefield) AND
TIME TAHLiK lo. 2,
Takes effect on Monday, July 14. 1862
I-ravM Nabvlll at 2 o'clock, P. iff
C GOING SOUTH,
Arrives at Naahvllle at 1CM0, A. H.
Con noc t with Train from aid to Clarksvllle al
C.HO. W. SHKWMAKIB. , BTBDN H. ROBB.
SHEWMAKER & ROBB,
gums nUltt$tntt &(fut,
so. n, sorjTU rociTH strebt,
(iivnu MaaKBT ak WaracT,)
ST. LOUIS, MO.
Established ftir the BfBtfit of Stranger.,
COMIX TO SI. L1S ID tA(l Of
Siek, 'Wounded, or Soldiers that havs
Died from Wenndj or Siekneas.
CORRFXir INTELMGENCK WILL BE GITIN Of
the eoudltina of any Hick er Wounded Soldier in
fT. IXIUIH. lll'ITIUJi:, CINC'INMATI, NAHHVIU.K,
ituiiBu -ii , or any o ner rioapitai la in western
lx-nartmert. This i the oslt Armr Intellicrnca
Otice ia the I'mted Hales, and iaSiraaation regard
ing Solrtic rs from any part of tka V. S. can be girea
at any time, by railing at, or warrma t tha Atar
15Tslijusu( (irrica, l'ot-omc Boi Mo. 1K4S.
N. U CcHsoM 'me to St. Lotus in nuui o
THi Fataxn will ubUia ll neceeoary inferaaatlna
by calllag al oar Onu, No. U, NU Fearls titrect.
aty is, isovs ly
BOOTS and SHOES, crt
'I Mil lNIiR(;KEn WOULD RrSfECTFn.LT
X lulerna the eitixena of Naah.ill aad the vukila
In geaeral, that they have fitted bp a bouse, So. IS,
Vaioa Htreet, wker they will constantly keen well.
Selected tftock of all drtcriatloaa ef
BOOTS & SHOES,
Trunks, Valiiei, Carpet Eagi,
A , which thy will sell at Ihe lowest rate tor Cash.
at Wholesale and Retail.
o2i No. 10, l aioa htreet.
Horses for Sale!
ONB BAT M ABB, arctuteaird to sibgl kataek.
a showy and fine trareler.
ON I 11ROWN af ABE, good under Ik saddle, a
blocxled animal and fast trareler ; alao,
ONB IL'HLB bETT OK 11 ABNEnS, all of which
will b sold cheap, a ta owaer dne aot aeed theas.
Apfly to JOMA1I B A Ll.KN,
cgj-lw 47, College itreet.
D. D WCKKT, Aat
BARRBI. FRESH GRdr.NI) BTE rtt'K, M
band aad for ! al toe Broadway Mills.
jun.s P. II. UlCKKY , A.rat
B. B. CONNOR & BRO.,
HO. t OliLUCGI 8TRBKT.
Nw Stock Jnat rocelvcd and for ill
low io -) at ConlgnraHt,
Qfin Bhl. Salt, for hy
- WW apt CONNOR k BRO.
JQQ boiea SALT, or"al by"
LXIXNOB k BRO.
f)0 0u",gopf fcT
CONNOR a CKtl.
Cwl 611., lor aaea hy
CONNOR k BRO.
bhl. CeoJ OIL, for aal by
CONKflR k BRO.
doaea BKOOir,mr l by
pi COVXOR BRO.
hole SOAr, for tale by
P CONNOR k BRrl
bote "TARaltl, for sale by
P CONNOR k BRO.
cheats TEA, for sale by
P I 0OS0R k BRO
I () half cheats TKA, far sai by
I" P COMNORBR(l
It) cadir TflA. for al by
W p S
CONNftR k BRO.
1 1 bote Teaat FOWDtRSor al br
IV.7 apt CONNOR k I
Q enksSODA, far aal hy
(XINNOH k BRO.
gnu MATC1IK9, for sal by
aao UU.1NOU k BRO.
OR uoiea Star CAKDIjra,rr sale by
40 apt CONNOR BRO.
Corrw., for by
OOS'NOK k CO.
JJ bbl VINEGAR, fla by
CONNOR k BRO.
1 ( kit RAI-aiON, f r aal by
LJ aps CONNOB BRt).
O.I kits MACE RREI,,Ier rale br
Ht ap 8 CON
NOR k BRO.
HERRING, for aale by
CONXOR k BRO.
f) kits SILAI), feraaleby
CONNOR k BRO.
19 b,,l,gTK('L'T' ,Br ,ai hJr
CONNOR k BRO.
bbls. MACKEREL, for ssl by
CONNOR k BUO.
CONNOR k BRO.
4 bbls. ClItKR, lor sale by
UJ boiea dried HrtlNt, for sale by
I ap 8 CONNOR k
1 f boic Dried &nld, fir sale by
ivs ap s
CONNOR k BRO.
gJ keg NAILS, for sal by
CONNOR A B"0.
(( bbls Crush Sugar, tor Sal by
JJ apt Connor duo.
liit) U'kgsMf Al,, fur sale by
500 tbl"8n,0rR' rr ' hj
iKks HAMS, fur sale by
apt CONNO A DRO.
iSy-t caska sillRS, fr rale by
KJ apt CONNOR A BRO.
O'kf bill Ik roTATOr-S, for salo by
4JVJ apt CONNOit St IIRO.
box.- fruh tiardm SKKIl, f r silo by
P 8 CONNOR A BRO.
bill Oulon K1, for rale by
p 8 CONNOR A BRO.
1( lierci! CauvaaBcd ItAM't, with a lurg lot ol all
A.W sorls of Hoods, whlou we will cloe out low, at
our old stand, No. t College slrci't. i
P t BU. CONNOR A DRO.
, SI T K A IU I' K O ill
NEW YORK to LIVERPOOL.
Walks Fatok, Commander,
Will be despatched
Fseat Nw TK.
Saturday, July 2
Sitnrday Octoler t!i
Calling at Qneenatown ,
Saturday, Aagaat It
Wedneadaw Ortoliai. 1
Tuesday, . . . Korember 18
iniirsnuy, ..Uerember 11
Till wiafffildeent akin kal.. mM.J I i r
equalled for iel, safety and comfort (seasickness
being ankaewa ea board), 1 strongly reeommeaded
as tha nest eligible conrejanc for iiseagrs.
From $11 telliSeaeh berth, aeeerdiag to the!,
situation, and accost aandaMoa of tk Btat Kooais, all
having tii same priTlllges ia the Halooas, aad ia re.
?ard lu meals and atteadaaca, Saile f apartaaeata
or families stay be engaged by Sclal agreeaieat.
TICKETS FOB Tni T0TA0I to aad from LITIS
FOOL at a FARE AND A HALF lor First
aad Beeoad Clam.
Servants areasapaaylag paangr, aad hildra
oader 12 year of age, half fare ; iafaat free.
Stats roam berth, aaals fnralsksd at saaarst ta
Interadiat Stat Boon passengers feaad with
beds, bedding, table, ateaslls, aad good snkstaa-
'' t- : v
With aaprrior aeainidatia f.14
Each paeaeager allowed tfltahl fket f Inggsg.-.
Aa eiperieaeod Sagaa oa board.
Jer freight aad passage, apply to
CHAS. A. WniTNET,
At theodro, Mo. U Broadway, N Y.
BOWLAJjD A ASFIMWALL, Ag.ats.
. Jaly 20, lt3 till Dmi 12.
500 Horses Wanted!
FOR CAVA Lit Y SUIIVICE.
FITB IIUNPRRD GOOD BJBSES, BETWEEN
four aad eight year old, aad between Artec a
and anteen hand high, ar wanted immadiately for
CATALBT rEHTICK, far which raoaabl lncM
will a ld.
Apply to Catt. . V. LAMB, aa T ii Strt,
belew Mr. Folk' rxldnc. angla-lf
OK FIFTEEN ABI E BOD-
led ansa, who are willing to
serve their country, to fill np an
old organized aad well drilled Bat
b'ry ef M ousted Artillery, wkirh
has already doao good service la
For particulars, apply to (lot. Mii.i.bi's Ilead-
quarlcra, or in Csatp ea Ike Hardiagville Hike, aear
Hi Penitentiary. CArT. A. E. BUSH,
augi-ir LeatBaJtaiag tth lad. flattery.
Freight! for New York, Philadelphia
WE ARE FORWARDIN8 OOTTOH . TOBA(XX) Aa..
on asora advaatageous terai loan if roeelnted
through from Ouaiborlaad River.
HOBEiir iriooiiK v t o.,
sayl CINCINNATI, OHIO.
Strayed or Stolen !
ITiROM ONE OF THE LOTS OF THE Bl'IVHIBKB: A
Grey Jack, t ay one on returning tlie animal or
givlug infurnatiea of th sain will bs suiisbly reaar-
II. 0' VAI, 1 NorlbunnDierSt B
ROBERT MOORE Be CO.,
CINCINNATI, OHIO. .
Cowovvis-rji or cotton, toraotio, lard
FEaTMEJIS aod FROOVCE geoorally, will reeolvo
onr heat atleeiien. nay 14
AVB WROLESALK BEALBXS IN
Groceries & Provisions,
HAMS, BACON SIDES,
!C0FFEi;s, SUGARS, TEAS,
Mustard, Spice, Pepper, Nutmegs,
BAGGING, ROPE, TWINE,
MACK E li E i
COARSE & FINE SALT,
CI(l,ll, TOHACCO, 1
CA1VDIES, FRUITS, WWES,
Suttlers' Goods of all Kinds,
And mssy other articles arriving dally purchaaed '
for Cash, and sold at small proflt.
Cull Hnci Bee.
N.T OOLIJTflE 5T., NASHVILLE, TKN.t
ARWr IXTELLlCE.VfE OFFICE,
No. 11, Bouth Fourth St,
I OIH, mo.
SICK Oil WOUNDED'
and fer per.,., Ilrlng at dl.tanoe h. ran rite
m ''I,E" OIBeeaad ol,t.i, rail-
able inforaiatiea of aay soldier that ea.
listed la the ftatea or
IllinoU, IUn., OkU, .., Uithifn, riK.n
t, JfmW, rri4r ,m4 MuumH.
pORRKCT p-TEI.LIOIISCE WILL RE GIVEN OF
J aay soldier frees tho a a.,. FK whttber
Bir, wo.aoaa, E,lLI., oa Tassa Pamossa, aad
In wast battle ke as.y have bee. Mf.g,3 aad
wbere bis regiment ie statleaed. " '
Infermatioa will also be sjivea of lb eoadltlea of
Cinelnaatl, kaabville, Mi.aad City, or aay Hospita
n tha Wastera Departme.t i aad where tf.oas lilli
In battle, ar bar. d.ed from their woa.ds, Wra Virt
Seed " " " Uk r w.
Ion I the eely Arasy Intllt.nr, Offlc In tb
Heparlne t of tb. Mlwi..pp. Wo.Urn I.ep.rl
m.nt,-aad Informal!.. .( ,0idler, fr0B 0f
above State ra. be alv.a at aay tin,."," llln,
wriliBii to in. AraiyTnU-lllg-neo (I0I.O. 7
Ier,as writlni will plicae aiv tba aaaia of ik.
will !.. .,,:.". f.r,u0
attention to their ln,ulrlea " 10 M"
in oara r. O. bos l4s. u laj,,
umco uit ar below the City Ilt1.
OT'I.E, from R. Iin.DFTIR AND, Jeweller, oa Uu
l Ion street. 0K PATICNT lifts rkuniu
001.0 WATCH, inannfaetured by Jn. Jnhnstnu,! iv
erpool. Tbo Wiitcli is of small sisn, with while d al c
engraved na tbe Inal'l. "(.,. W. llasasa, rrum h 1
father in tha year lSHj" on th oulaiiia eiuraveil
'lluaaca lUnasa." Tue above iU ward will be ,
for any mrwiuatlon that may l. to il,e recovery r ,
Iht iiroprrly. U.ll.HAMlUl. J
Ixiulevill Jnurr,: plia c y In Iht amt.Vf f(
pii-TEE.V RICEP1TS ARE VTAMTEI) FOR
Mttj - A," Tai htmsm Artillery. f
wh will reeolv tb re-nlar JViCKTT, Ra- 1f
i yJ. L'olblng. in addltiea, TUUEB HP
i a n a tby liat, by r. UU.