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For Freedom and Nationality.
m. '. ni:iu i:ii, r.q itr.
Important Regulations in Relation to
Amy Traini and Baggage.
War IJk.partment Avv't Ci en'i.8 Orrict)
Wahhinqton, Oct. 18, 1862. f
General Orders, -iV. 100.
The following regulations ire establish
ed for army trains and baggage :
1. There will be allowed
For headquarters' twin of an Army
Corpf, four wspons; of a Division or
Brigade, three; of a full Infantry Kegi
inent, w ; and of a Light Artillery Mat
tery or Siuadron of Cavalry, tliree.
In nc case will this allowance be ex
reeded, but always proportionably re
duced arcoidinf; to the officers and men
actually present. All surplus wagons
will he turned over to the Chief Quarter
master to tie organized, under direction"
of the Commanding Generals, into supply
traiti, or sijit to the nearest depot.
. The requisite supply trains, their size
depending upon the state of the roads
and character of the campaign, will be
organized by the Chief tuarterraaslcr,
with the approval of the Commanding
Generals, subject to the control of the
'I. The wagons allowed to a regiment,
hatt'TV, or squadron must carry nothing
but fi'iage for the teams, cooking utensils,
attd r'ioti for the troops, hospital stores,
and ol!i. t s' hag-iage. One wagon to each
regiment will trauspoit exclusively hos
pital supplies, under the direction of the
Uegltnentiil Nurgeon; the one for regi
mental headquurtcis will carry the grain
for the ollieero' horses, and the three al
lowed for each battery or squadron w ill
be at least half ioaded with the grain for
their own teams.
Stores in hulk and ammunition w ill be
carried in the regular or special supply
.'!. hi active campaign, troops must be
prepared '.' liouae on the inarch, the
allowance of tints being limited, as
For the headquarters of an army corps,
division, or brigade, one wall tent to the
Commanding General, and one to every
two olllceis of his stall'.
For the Colonel, Field, and Stafl' of a
full regiment, three wall tenia, und for
evtrv otln-r cotiiinifsioiied oflicer, one.
shelter tent each.
For very two non-eommissioiicd (.Hi
rers, soldiers ollirers' servants, and au
thorized camp followers, one shelter tent.
One hospital ti nt will be allowed for
oilice purposes at corps headquarters, and
one wall tent at those of a division or
brigade. All tents beyond (his allowance
w ill be lelt in depot.
4. Odicers' baggage will be limited to
blankets, one small valise or carpet -bag,
and a moderate mess kit. The men will
carry their blankets and shelter tents,
and reduce tin- contents of their knap
sacks a much as possible.
The Depot Quartermaster will provide
Storage for a reasonable amount of olli
rers' surplus baggage, and the extra
clot.hiiig and knapsacks of the men.
fi. Hospital tents sue for the sick and
wounded, and except Uiom' allowed for
artuy corps headquarters, must not be di
verted from their proper use.
t. Commanding ollioers will he held
responsible- for the stiict enforcement of
those regulations, especially the reduc
tion of ollicers' baggage within their re
7.. On all marches, Quartermasters, un
der the orders of their commanding ofli
cera, will accompany and conduct their
trains in a way not to obstruct the move
ment of troops.
H. 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 ef the condition of the depot, roads,
and other communications.
9. All Quartermasters and Commissa
ries will report, by letter, on the lirst of
every month, to the chiefs of their re
spective departments at Washington, I).
C, their station, and generally the duly
o w hich they have been engaged during
the preceding month.
M AJOU-G KN KliAL 11 ALLKCK.
lu Thomas, Adjutaut General.
Select Articles of War.
( lahcit fiom the Jierised Regulations for the
.lisny, ptiUisltfd by Vie War Department,
the gocemment of the military
' service with the injunction if the Srretary
of War that tlu-y be strictly duired.)
Art. I5-. Kvery otficer commanding in
quarters, garrisons, or on the inarch, shall
keep good order, and to the utmost of his
pow er, redress all abuses and disorders
which may be committed byany odiccr
nr Mildier under his command; if, upon
complaint made to him of ollicers or sol
diers beating or otherwise ill-treating
any person, or disturbing fairs or markets,
or at committing any kind of riots, to
the disquieting of (he ritiens of the
United States, he, the said commander,
wI.m shall omit or refuse to see justice
done t the ollendcr or offenders, and
reparation made to the parlies injured,
as far as part of the offender's pay shall
enable him or them, shall, upon proof
thereof, be cashiered, or otherwise pun
ished, as a general court martial may
Akt. When any commissioned ofli
cer r soldier shall be accused of a capi
tal crime, or of having used violence, or
commit ted any offence against the person
or property of any citizen of any of the
United States, such as is punishablo 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 endeavours
to deliver over such accused person or
persons to the civil magistrate, and like
wise to be aiding and assisting the offi
cers of justice in apprehending and se
curing the persons so accused, in order to
bring them to trial. If any commanding
oflicer or officers shall wilfully neglect,
or shall refuse to deliver over such per
sons, the officer or officers
so offending, shall be cat hicred.
Aut L2. Any oflicer or soldier who
shall misbehave himself before the enemy,
run away, or shamefully abandon any
fort, post, or guard, which he or they
may bo commanded to defend, or speak
words inducing others to do the like, or
shall cast away his arms or ammunition,
or who shall quit his post or enhrrn to plunder
tind pillage, every such offender, being
duly convicted thereof, shall suffer death,
or such other punishment as shall be or
dered by the sentence of a general court
martial. Akt. 51. 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,
i nclosures of meadows, or shall maliciously
dfilroy any property wluitsoever 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 fhe nature and degree of the offense,
by the judgment of a regimental or gen
OTAkt. 66. WJion-er shall relieve the
enemy with money, victuals, or ammuni
tion, or shall knowingly barber or pro
tect on enemy, shall suffer dath or such
other punishment as shall be ordered by
the sentence of a court-martial.
QAiiT. T7. Whoever shall be con
victed of holding correspondence with or
giving intelligence to the enemy, either
directly or indirectly, shall suffer death,
or such other punishment as shall be
ordered by the sentence of a court
martial. im - in -
Ity (lie I'lCkiilent of the I ititctt
Washington-, Sept. 22, 1802.
I, Abraham Lincoln, I'resident of the
United States of America, and Commander-in-chief
of tho Army and Navy
thereof, do hereby proclaim and declare,
that hereafter, as hcri tofore, the war will
be prosecuted for the object of practical
ly restoring the constitutional relations
between the United States and the peo
ple thereof in which Slates that relation
is or may bo suspended or disturbed; that
it is my purpose upon tho next meeting
of Congress to again recommend the
adoption of a practical measure tender
ing pecuniary aid to the free acceptance
or rejection of all tho 6lave States, so
called, tho peoplo whereof may not then
oe in rebellion against the United Stales
and which States may then have volun
tarily adopted, or thereafter may volun
tarily adopt, an immediate or gradual
abolishment of slavery within their re
spective limits; and that the efforts to
colonize persons of African descent, with
their consent, upon the continent, or
elsewhere, with tho previously obtained
consent of tho Government exist
ing there, will be continued. 2 hat on
Vie first day of January, in the year of our
Lord, one Vvnisand eigld hundred and sixty
three, all persons lull as slaves within any
State, or within any designated part of a State,
Vie people whereof sliall tlien 1 in rebellion
against the Unittxl Stales, sltall be Vten, thence
forward and forever free, and the Executive
Government of the United Slates, including
the military and naval autliority fliereof, will
recognize and maintain Vie freedom of such
persons, and will do no act or acts to re
press such persons, or any of them, in
any efforts they may make for their ac
tual freedom; that the Executive will, on
the first day of January aforesaid, by
proclamation, designate the States, and
par'.s of States, if any, in which tho peo
ple thereof respectively, shall then bo 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 the Congress of the United
States by members chosen thereto at
elections wherein a majority of the quali
fied voters of such States shall hare par
ticipated, shall, in the absence of strong
corroborative testimony, be deemed con
clusive evidence that such StaUs and the
people thereof have not been in rebellion
against the United States.
Attention is Lereby called to an act cf
Congress, entitled an act to make an ad
ditional Article of War, approved March
13, 1SG2, and which act is in the words
and figures following:
"lie it enacted ly the Senate and Hume of
Jleprewnlatives of tla United Statss, in Con'
gress annulled, That hereafter the follow
ing shall be promulgated as an addition
al Article of War for tho government of
the Army of the United States, and shall
be obeyed and observed aa tucn :
Article: All officers or persons in the
military or naval service, 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 to whom
such service or labor is claimed to be
due, and any officer who shall be fonnd
guilty by a court martial, of violating
this article shall be dismissed from the
Sec. 2. And U it furtlur enade.1, That
this act shall take etfect from and after
Also to the 0h and 10th sections of an
act entitled " an act to suppress insur
rection, to punish treason and rebellion,
to seize and confiscate property of rebels,
and for other purposes, approved July
17th, 18C2," and which sections are in the
words and figures following :
Section 9. And he it further enacted,
That all the slaves of persons who shall
hereafter bo 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
J he army, and all slaves captured from
such persons, or deserted by them and
coming under the control of tho Govern
ment 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 bo forever free of their
servitude and not again held as slaves.
Sec. 10. And U it further enacted, That no
slave escaping into any slave territory or
the District of Columbia, from any of the
States shall be delivered up, or in any
way impeded or hindered of his liberty,
except for crime or some olTensc 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 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 person engaged
in the military or naval service of the
United Slates shall, under any pretense
whatever, assume to decide on the valid
ity of tho claims of any person to the ser
vice or labor of any other person or
surrender up any such person to tho
claimant, on pain of being dismissed
from the service.
And I do hereby enjoin upon and or
der all persons engaged in the military
and navjl service of the United Stales,
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 Slates who
shall have remained' loyal thereto
throughout tho rebellion, shall, upon tho
restoration of the Constitutional rela
tions between the United Slates and their
respective Stales and people, if the rela
tion shall have been suspended or dis
turbed, tie compensated for all losses by acts
of the United States, indutling the loss of
In witness w hereof I have hereunto set
my hand and casued the seal of tho Uni
ted Slates 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 the In
dependence of tho United States the
Signed, ABRAHAM LINCOLN.
By the President.
Wm. II. Skward, Secretary of Slate.
Strayed or Stolen,
A BAY HOUSE, WITH TIIUKE WHITE LEOS,
V white streak en tho forehead, hoavy mane uinl
nil j no marks. Any iierstm K'T'"R Information of
tho ahore named bores will receive a lilniml reward
for such, by calling ou Broadway, belwten Cullige
uu'l L berry streets.
X. P. VEUKY,
Lieut, and (JimrUTiuu,ater lt InU'ii'l S'oii.
' Proclamation of the Governor.
BY Tlrtuo of the power and authority in me vea
tod, as Military Governor of Hie elate t Ten
nessee. I do lieruby appoint tlm following persona to
bold und exercise tbe functions, of the reaped ivu of
flora attached to his and their namea, and to t-rf'Tm
Ibo dutioa tbureof according to law, to wit :
Ji.ho Carper, Ald. rin in. Jainx Turner Hurt Win.
Jo. 3 U'l! Alderman. 1. M. donlhualu and A.
Sl)on C'ouni iluif u.
Kl Mulloy, AMiriiiHii. Amlmw Aulrson mid
AUx. McX4nil, Coum'ilini-n.
II. Q. Scov l, AMt-rwaii. h. U. Hull an t Cbmlet
Stiyi ra, Ciunciluieu.
W. 8 Clio ilh iiii, Aid. rniuu. J. 1. Kii'ml nnd W.
A. Mi C'f lliiu'l, Coun ilium.
M. M. Itrli-n, Aldi-rmnu. T. J. Yrluouj:h and
Wiu. luiver, Coiiimiliutm.
M. U I,. Clatbornt', Alili ruian. Wm . Strwart und
Tien C'rrady, Count iliuen.
.Ins. Smilli, Alderman. Wm. linily and Win.
8.i n but n, Counciluiou.
Ih Tiirmoii Wmaior, I bv here
unto tu't my baud and caiim d t lie (irrat
I, at of (lie Statu to I allimd, al hnh
villf, ttii" " tolier 11 IN'.
AMUtfcW JUItJiKUN, UuVfaNoB.
Kpari II. IT, Bocrt Ury ol'SUtc.
Of i 31-SHM.8 (0l. Just r-celed
V'lt'tl' ou luai(;nmf Ll, ami (or tal.
Or I.-m loft al thi yar.l, COKN'kK OK CK.HAK AN
LUK-fY BTi'.Kr.T-' 'H l nminnilv til'.i-d.
mays I. D. dh ki;y, Agent.
BY Tlrlna of lw wrl'i of i. In mi directs by
ttir Circuit Omrt of Ilia l"mld HUM, r the
lllildla rjiatrlct of Trntir, I, K. K. (ilnatork, Mar
thai in and rr did DiMrtct, will tiim for aalo, pub
licly, to the b'chpal bidder, on tbe lfUh day of Orio.
bcr, mm, (I the Court I ohm door, In the city of
NaeliTllle, all the r rht, title, earn, and Inlenut
which Jo'ia T. McKialry baa In and to fie. following
drarrlbed lota, or parecla of land, In the town of Mtir
rreraboro, Rutherford county, Htale of Tenneaee, to
gether with tbe bolldinm and Improremrnta on the
aama. Til . t enntaintnf by ratlmatka StfrOrvnar
feoi, fronting 2o foi t ou Ilia public atpiare In Mu'
frrenhoro, running back northward from anlil Square
IM feel, without a buildlnt; on II. Tented In Raid J. T.
McKirdey by deed refrhttered bnofc of the IVia
tr 'f Rutherford county, page 604; alao a lot deaig
nnfd In the nriffionl iau of said Wan of Unrfw
boro.i No. TO, beginning at a atake, aoulliewl rorner
of aaid lot, running tbeuca Weal J:tO fct, to a abtke,
thane weal lljf feet to W. C- F.ctclier'a corner,
tbi nce no, th 6C feet to a atake on the atreet, th -nra
eanl with the atreet to the nortbweat corner of tho
rreahjrterian Church lot, (heura south ISO foet to the
bt ginuing, reeled in aaal McKinley by dt'd relntr
ed in book S, pax 631; a lot In Murfrrcaboro, bonnd
ed aa followa : beginning with a ittake 'U feet north of
Raid McKiDlcy'i aiiuthaeat corner of lot purchased
from Jones, theod west 185 ftt to the street,
thenco north feet to a suike, with salt atrsvt,
comer of lot formerly owned by li tcbcr, thrnce east
8iX feet to a atake, thence south to Hie beginning,
vested In said MrKinley by deed regiaelred in book J,
pag" I'M); and a lot bounded aa follows i beginning on
northwest corner of a lot owned by James McDowell,
Hn., miming there north with tho street 65 feet to
the corner of the street, Uieucs east with the street
Ti fft t to a atake, thence south 65 feet to a stake on
aaid Mcltowell's lino, tbence wost with raid line 72
Icet to tho beginning, rested in said McKlnley by
deed roglatored In book 6, ges 810, 811; said pro.
porty being !cit d upon to satisfy a judgment In famr
ol IJo Courcy, lifourfade ft Co sgainat J. T. M Kin
ley, and a jutinment In faror of Meiulor and S (o ,
agalnd Hall A McKlnley, rendered iu said Court ou
tha amh day 1 1 April, 18t!'i, and on the iKt day of
May, latil. Mile to take place at 10 o'clock, A. M.
. . K. R. OLAMCIK K.
"Cl'li Hi. V. S. Marshal, H. 1). T
1Y virtue of a writ of H fa to mo dlrectetl from the
XI ( irt:uit Court of the United States, fur the Ml dlo
I'lflrK t or TennrsK-n, I, K K. (flaacock, M irahul In
and for said DiHtrlut, will cxMmc to sale, publicly, to
the highest til t.Ter, tor cush, at tho Court HouaoMoor,
n the city or Kikdivillc, on tlm 18th day of Otobe-,
Wi, tho following a uvea, properly ol Allen IS Crtxk
ett, nnmely : 11 try, about Id yeu'rs of age, with bur
inlaut son, William; and I't ter, ten or .eleven years
of age; tho alavea aforeauld having been lev led on to
KatiHly a ludginciit in favor ot Clurk, Ailams ft Clark,
ag.iliiHl A. II Crockett, roudered In said Court ou tho
2th ilay ol' April, 13. !ule to comments at 10
o'clock, A. M. K. 11. OLASCDCK.
sepliMU. U. S. Marbh il, M. I. T.
JtATK.-M I KIf OCI-. 8. 1801.
OVAL LAMP niHIXKY?,
Mauuf.icture 1 of
x.v Fi.ni mass.
Theae (!himntv . m lnin,l..H o.vtun...
flames, which heat ng a. I parts of the
kiuh euiiy, oobi nov expose it to cracking-
K II. UITHH1IH1K,
Foil Pill aitts Worka.
waMilnglon aire, t,
Hamnlta cm bo seen at Ibis (ifllce.
NASHVILLE (Edgefield) AND
1 i AILEOAD.
T I M i: TA II 1, i: No. 2,
Takes effect on Monday, July 14. 1862
Leaven .Nashville at 2 o'clock, I". PI.
Arrive at Nanhvllle at 10.10, A. M,
Connects with Trains from and to Clnrknvlllo at
UKO. W. HliKWMAKKB. BY BUN H. ROIia
SEEWMAKER & H0BB,
No. 11, SOUTH rbuRTH fTRKKT,
(WtlH MAksn ASP WaLHtT,)
ST. LOU 1 S, HO.
EMablisheil hr the Bcuefit nf Strangers,
COMINO TO ST. lOl'IS IK SSARCSI OS
Sick, Wounded, or Soldiers that have
Died from Wonndi or Sickness.
CORRECT INTKLI.I0ENCK WII.I. BE (ilVKN OF
the condition of any Hick or Wounded Soldier In
fT. UiL'18. ULI.VIU.t, CINCINNATI, NA4HVI1.1.K,
MOl'NO CI T If, or any o'her Hospital In the WeaU'rn
Department. This la the osly Army Intelligence
Ofllce In the I'm ted r talus, and Information regard
ing Sold lira from any part of the V 8. can be given
at ary time, by calling at, or wsitiku to the Asm
Ijmauussoa Orrica, I'ost-OIIIre Box So. 1S4S.
N. B. I'SKso.va aimxa To 8t. Lor is in miin of
thbir Kbisxhs will obtain all oeceaaary information
by calling at our Office, No. 11, South Fourth tUrel.
May 18, 1S82 ly
fffti BOOTS and SHOES, f ft
'I'HI CNPERSIONED WOULD RKPttTKl'LLT
L Inform the ritiseus ef Nashville and tbe public
111 general, that they have fitted up a bouae, No. Ill,
L'uion Stret'c, where they will conatautly keep a well.
Selected block of all descriEllous of
BOOTS & SHOES,
Trunks, Valises, Carpet Bags,
Ac. , which thay w 111 sell at the loweat rates lor Caah,
at Wholtaali- and B' tall.
Inue'iS No. 10, l aion btreet.
Horses for Sale!
ONK BAY MARE, arcuatomcd to single harness.
a ahowy ami flue traveh r.
ONK BROWN MA UK, good ur.d r the saddle, a
blooded aiilmal and lint traveler ; alo,
(.K iMiCHLK bhTl Or U A H.S K.-S, a'l or whit h
will lie sold cheap, aa the owner does mt nee l tht in.
Apply lo JO.-I All B A LI.KN,
aiig2o-J 7, College atrret.
AT the Hrtadaay alilla.
n. n IiRKtY, Agent
UYK FLO UK .
fn BAHREIN FRKSH UKOl'NII BYK KI.OI R, od
JU band and for sals al the Broadway Milla.
)unt I). D. liKKtV, Agent
L. B. CONNOR & BR0., .
KO. COI.I.EOK BTRICKT.
MlsrH J siat received and for sale
low to rloae out t'oiinlxnmeiita.
,JQ boxes SALT, lor sale by
CONNOR k BRO.
PL Colls kol'K, (or aa by
t)W apS CONNOR
f bbls. Coal OIL, tor sale by
4U ipl CONNOR ft BRO.
f half bble. Coal OIL, for sale by
AW as 8
CONNOR ft BRO.
1 f ( 6otoa BROOMS, for stile by
IVKJ apS . CONNOR ft
botes HOAP, tarsals by .
0J ap t C0KNOR A UKO.
KA boi.es tT ARCH , Tor sale by
OKJ p ' CONNOR ft BRO.
2 obeauiTEA.ror sale by
CONNOR ft RRO ,
J balf chest TKA , Tor sale by
1 i cad lea TKA. for saie by
1 ap I
CONNOR ft BRO
CONNOR A BRO .
( boxes Yeast I'UWriMia, Tor sale lie
IU ap COSNoR A BRO.
( Q ciska 8O0A, for sale by
CONNOR A BRO.
1 ("( groee HATCH , for aalo by
a ' ap a
CONNOR A BRO.
OK boxes 8tar CAN DI.KS. lor sale by
u ap a
CONNOR A BRO
() p. boxes Cof Fi.K, lor sale by
GOV NOR A ).
bblSj VINEGAR, f r aalo by
CONNOR A BUO.
lkiuSAUlON.f r sale by
(X)NNOB A BRO-
O 1 kiu MACKtRFX.for rale by
tL ap8 CONNOR A BRO.
U tpl , CONNOR A BRO.
f) kits FlUn, for sale by
CONNOR A BRO.
1 ( . bbls. TROL'T, for sale by
VO apS . CONNOR A BRO.
I "bhls."M ACK EKELTfor rsaieby
IWapS CONNOR A BRO.
4 bbls. UDhH, lor tale by
CtJNNOR A BUO.
1 f boxoa dried HKW.Vii, for a lie by
CONNOR A BRO.
boxea Pried Staled, for salo by
sp 8 , CONNOR ft BRO.
Q ( kegs NAILS, for aale by
CONNOR A BUO.
Ff hbla CruBhc 1 Hugar, for salo by
f w ap s
Connor a buo.
1 .Ifbafis MEAL.fi
lfj ap H
or Bale by
CONNOR A BRO.
KAf bhlt FLOCK, for sale by
J KJ apa
CONNOR A RKO
caka HAMS, for aaie by
sp8 CON NO A IIRO.
casks SIiir, lor mile by
J Rp ClINNOK A BRO.
O A Ohls lino I'OTATOM, for anlu by
JJ np8 CuNN'Oil fi B RO.
boxes fresh Harden riKKl), for a ile by
sp8 (VNOK A BRO.
bhti- Onion fETH, Tor salo by
sp8 CONNOR A BRO.
1 tierctis (.anvaeaed HAM-4, with a lurire lot oi all
J aorta of Goo'la, which we will close out low, at
our old stand, No. 6 College street.
ap 8 " li B. CONNOR A BRO.
S T K A IU F It O Ja
NEW YORK to LIVERPOOL.
WiLTia Patom, Comiuiinder,
Will be deapatched
Calling at liueen.lown,
Saturday, Augnat 11
Wediieattay Octolier 1
Tuesday, ., .November 18
Fbom Nr.w Yoaa.
Saturday, July 2li
Tuewlay, SeptemUr 0
Hatnrday, October 2.5
iuursduy, ..lloceiuher 11
Thia ningnlflccnt ahlp having proved herself no.
eqniilled for aieetl, safety and comfort (aoa aitkueaa
being unknown on board), la atrongly recommended
as the moat eligible conveyance for (laasuugei s.
From $110 totl.W each berth, according to tliealjo,
ailuation, and aocoinmodiilioo of the Htale Itooma, all
having the same priviligea In the Saloons, and iu re.
gnril to inonla and attendance, Kuitea ofnpartninuts
ft.r familiea may be engaged by special agreement.
T1CKKTS FOB TIIK VOYAGK to and from L1VKB
POOL at a FAKR AND A HALF lor first
. and Second Chute.
Bervanta accompanying passengers, and children
under M years of ago, half fare Infants five. .
State room bertha, meals furnished at separate ta
Intermediate State Boom Iaaaeugers found with
bada, Iwddlng, table, utetisila, and good subatan-
tial food ....5
With au-rlor accommodation!, ...:I8
Each passenger allowed SOcnhic feet of luggage..
A n experlvucetl Nurgnm ou board.
For freight and oasaage, apply lo
CHA8. A. WIHTNKT,
At the ofllce, No. V. Broadway, N.Y.
1I0WLAN0 A ASi'lN WALL. Agents.
July 20, lsca-till Dec: 12.
500 Horses Wanted!
Toil CAVA Lit Y SEItVICL.
I:mve iirNHRKD good innsKS, betwkkv
four and eight years old, anil between fifteen
and siateeu hanhi high, are wanU-d immediately for
CAVALRY t-aHVlCK, for whhb reasonable prices
a-ill be j ll.
Apply lo Cast. B. N. LAMB, ou Vine Hlmet,
below Mrs. ToU's reitltlenco. auglO-tf
ri'KN OH FIFTFEN ABI E BOB .aar-w
1 lel men, who are willing to
serve their ounlry, to nil up au 1
old orKiiniwd au l wtdl drilled Bat
tery of 11 mil, te I Artillery, which
has aireauy done good aurvice In
For iiartirularn, npidy to Col. MiLLxa'l Ilead-
quarlera, or in ('amp on tho Hardlngville Pike, near
Hie reniiennary. iai I. A. K. 151 BH,
augio-u coinmantiiag lib InU. Battery.
Freights for New York, Philadelphia
WF. ARE FORWARWNO COTTON, TOBAKX), fto.
on more adTsntasnous U-rma than If rt eluUd
through from Cumbeilacd Kiver.
ItOHI lt T JtlOOKK 6c cu
msylt CINCINNATI, OUIO.
Strayed or Stolen !
niiou onk or tiik ixm or the m ntjoBKB; a
I On v Ju l. A ny one one roturumg th animal or
giving information of -the same will ba suitably re war
II. 0' WXIVAl , el Norlhummcr Kt.3
ROBERT MOORE 5c CO..
CINCINNATI. OHIO. J
CON.fl'JNMENTa OF C(TTON, TflBACCO, IJIRD
FKaTHKKS m,I PROOI CK generally, will rece.ve
Our best attention. soayU
GRIFFITH & PARSONS
) - -
AND WHOLESALE TEALERs IN
Groceries & Provisions,
PLANTATION SUPPLIES, T
IIABIS, BACON SIDES,
.'COFFEES, SUGARS, TEAS,
Mustard, Spice, Pepper, Nutmegs,
BAGGING, ROPE, TWINE,
COARSE & FINE SALT,
caxwks, i iu its, vij:s,
Battlers' Goods of all Kind,
And nun, other articles arriving dally rurfbareJ
for Cash, and sold at amall rroflt.
Cull Hnil Bee.'
(iltlFFlTII & PAHSONS,
No.T COI ,I,KG K ST., NA.-IIVIU.K, TEN.
July 18 3m.
AR.Ty IXTELLICECE OFFICE,
No., 11, South Fourth Bt,
AI!T I.OHM, Itio.
CaUbllahed for the 1-neft of strangers comld, t
au msbilII OI
SICK OK WOUNDED'
able Information of any soldier that en-
listed e . the btatoe of
IllinoU, Indiana, Ohio, Jovm, Michigan, WUotn- .
lin, Minm,!, Kntucky and , ifmonri. . , .
"lORBECT INTELLIGENCE WILL BE 0m3f OF
any soldier from tha above WaUa. whether
Btca, Wotianai., KiLian, oiTima Paw,,.. L.J
lu what battle, be ma,' have 11 snZ"' .
where bis regiment is stationed. UM.
Information will i.. . . ....
i. .i . u." . i Btuuuu Miy, or any iluenital
n the- Western Hep.rtment t and where tuow kUUd
In lialtle or ha. died from their wouuds.ra burt-
This Is the only Army Intelligence Offloe In the
nepartm.et of th. Mlaafaalp,,!, J, WUrn l,.rt!
meut.-and lnformathm o ioidler. from aai nl Th.
Peraona wrltliur alii ..i... ...
sol-Unr. what ataw he mVa "r
gi nc. will be Two Lollasa, and any tieraon a rltlnc
Recruits Wanted I
pil-TKEN KECBnw ABE WANTED 0K
Hitrj a, first leawice A
who will relre th
lions, and Clothing
IKlLLAKri. itaid a ,
Ollhe nest door below the City Hotel.
(JTOI.EN, from R. HLI.nHlRANO, Jewaller, on Va.
X7, ,'"n..",r,"t' 0VK PATENT I.EVKR r.NOI.I.-iH
0)I.I WATCH, m.u'iftu-iur'd by Jno. J.dinau.n, 1 iv
erKjd. The Witch is of amall site, with while d al
engraved on the Untitle "( so W. lUmasa, from bis
father iu tha inr 1'. " .n o.. .
"HokAts lUsasK." TUe abore Kowanl will he ..,!
for any inform.ilion that may .avl to the recover of
the property. U.H HANilKH.
Uulaville Jourr.al pli ase c py t lbs sint.Jif f0