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Important Regulations in Relation to
Army Trains and Baggage.
War DErARTMHNT Add'tGkn'lb Office)
Wahhimotow, Oct. 18, 1802. f
General Orders, No. 1GO.
The following regulations are establish
ed for army trains and baggage :
1. There will ho allowed
For headquarters' train of an Army
Corps, four wagons; of a Division or
Brigade, three ; of a full Infantry Regi
ment, six; and of a Light Artillery Bat
tery or Squadron of Cavalry, three.
Iu no enno will this allowance be ex
ceeded, but always proportionably re
duced according to the officers and men
actually present. All surplus wagons
will bo turned over to the Chief Quarter
master to be organized, under direction
of the Commanding Generals, into supply
trainc, or sent to the nearest depot.
The requisite supply trains, their size
depending upon th state of he. roads
and character of the campaign, will be
organized by the Chief Quartermaster,
with the approval of the Commanding
Generals, subject to the control of the
2; The wagons allowed to a regiment,
battery, or squadron must carry nothing
bnt forage for the teams", cooking utensils,
and rations for the troops, hospital stores,
and ollieers' baggage. One wagon to each
regiment will transport exclusively hos
pital supplies, under the direeti n of the
licgimciilal Surgeon; the one for regi
mental headquarters will carry the grain
for the olliceis' horses, and the three al
lowed lor each battery or squadron will
be at least half loaded with the graiu for
their own teams.
Stores in bulk and ammunition will be
carried in the regular or special supply
3. In active campaign, troops must be
prepared to bivouac on the march, the
allowance of tents 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 officers of his stall".
For the Colonel, Field, and Stall" of a
full regiment, three wall tents, and tor
every other commissioned ollicer, one
Bhelter tent each.
For every two non-commissioned Hi
rers, wddiers olliceis' servants, and au
thorized camp followers, one shelter tent.
One hospital tent will be allowed for
oflice purposes at corps headquarters, and
one wall tent at those of ;t division or
brigade. All tents beyond this allowance
will be left in depot.
4. Ollicers' baggage will be limited to
blankets, one small valise or carpet-bag,
and a moderate m ss kit. The men will
carry their blankets and shelter tents,
and reduce the contents of their knap-
acks much nt possible.
The Depot Quartermaster will provide
Storage for a reasonable amount of olli
cers' surplus baggage, and the extra
clothing and knapsacks of the men.
(i. Hospital tents ate for the sick and
wounded, and except those allowed for
army corps headquarters, must not be di
verted from their proper use.
G. Commanding ollicers will be held
responsible for the strict enforcement, of
these icgulations, especially the reduc
tion of ollicers' baggage within their re
7. On all marches, Quartermasters, un
der the orders "of their commanding olli
cers, will accompany and conduct their
trains iu 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 olher communications.
U. All Quartermasters and Commissa
ries will report, by letter, on the lirst of
evory 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 timing
the preceding month.
L. Thomas, Adjutant General.
Select Articles of War.
(lah 'n from lie Herisid llejuhitiinsfur the
Ann;;, jiU,lel ly the War Depnincnt,
lslti l,or the yoi eminent if the militu-iij
service with tie injunction if the Smtary
of War that they I strictly ilieirrd-)
Aht. '.VI. Kvery ollicer commnndinn Li
quarters, garrisons, or on the march, shall
keep good order, and to the utmost of his
power, redress all abuses and disorders
which may be committed by any ollicer
or soldier 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 mai kets,
or ol committing any kind of riots, to
the disquieting of the citizens of the
United Males, he, the said commander,
who shall omit or refuse to see justice
done to the ollcndcr or oirendera, and
reparation made to th parlies injured,
as far as part of the oU'ender'a pay shall
enable him or them, shall, upon proof
thereof, be cashiered, or' otherw ise pun
ished, as a general court martial may
Aut. 3.1. When any commissioned olll
CW or soldier shall be accused of a capi
tal crime, or of having used viMcncc, or
fjininitted any otl'ciice against the person
or property of any citizen of any f 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 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
officer or officers shall wilfully neglect,
or shall refuse to deliver over such per
sons, the officer or officers
so offending, shall be cashiered.
Aut &2. 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 .shall quit Ids post or colors to plunder
anil pillage, every such olFender, being
duly convicted thereof, shall suffer death,
or such other punishment as shall bo or
dered by the sentence of a general court
martial. Art. fi-1. All officers and eoldiers are
to behave themselves orderly in quarters
and on their march ; and whoever shall
commit, any wastA or spoil, cither in
walks of trees, parks, warrens, fish
ponds, houses, or gardens, corn-fields,
iticlosures of meadows, or sludl maliciously
destroy any property wliatsocvcr 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 aro
liable to by law,) be punished according
to the nature and degree of tho offense,
by the judgment of a regimental or gen
03Ani. oO. ll-'Ww shall relievo the
enemy with money, victuals, or ammuni
tion, or shall knowingly barber or pro
tect an enemy, shall suffer dtrth or such
other punishment as shall be ordered by
the sentence of a court-martial.
fjrAnT. f7. 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 bo
ordered by the sentence of a court
martial. A ricoi-LAivrtTiox,
I2y the l'ieai! lit of iliu I'tllted
Washington-, Sepl.22, 18G2.
I, Abraham Lincoln, IVesident of the
United States of America, and Commander-in-chief
of the Army and Navy
thereof, do hereby proclaim und declare,
that hereafter, as her. tofore, the war will
be prosecuted for the object of practical
ly restoring the constitutional relations
between the United Slate und tho peo
ple thereof in which Slates thai 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
or rejection of all tho slave Slates, 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 their, re
spective limits; and that tho efforts to
colonize persons of African descent, with
their content, upon Hie continent, or
elsewhere, with the previously obtained
consent of tho Government exist
ing there, will be continued. lliaton
Vic first ilay of January, in the year of our
Iurd, one tumsand eiyht hundred and sixty
three, all jtersons held as slaves within any
State, or within any designated part if a Stale,
tlie people whereof sliall then be in rcMlion
against the United States, shall In then, thence
forward and forever free, and the Executive
Government of tlie 'United States, inchuling
the military and naval authority tliercof, will
rec'"jniic and maintain the freedmn of such
jwsotis, and will do no act or acts lore
press such persons, or any of them, in
any efforts they may make for their ac
tual freedom; that tho Executive will, on
the lirst day ot January aforesaid, by
proclamation, designate tho Stab's, and
pails of States, if any, in w hich the peo
ple thereof respectively, shall then be in
rebellion against tho United States; tho
fact that any Stale, or tho people thereof,
shall on that day lie in good l;ulh repre
sented in the Congress of the United
States Ly 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, ho deemed con
clusive evidence that such State and tho
people thereof have not been in rebellion
agauist tho United States.
Attention is hereby called to an act of
Congress, entitled an act to make an ad
ditional Article of War, approved March
11, 1SG2, and which act is ia tho words
and figures following:
"Be it enacted ly tht Scna'e and JIucof
representatives if tie United Slats, in4m
yrrss awuibhd, That hereafter the follow
ing shall be nmulgt d a an addition
al Article of War for tho iiovernmeut of
tl Army ef the United States, and shall
be obeyed and observed as such :
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 U whom
such service or labor is claimed to be
duo, and any officer who shall be found
guilty by a court martial, of violating
this article shall bo dismissed from the
Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, 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
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 tho
words and figures following :
Section 9. And lt it furtJier enacted,
That all the ela-es of persons who shall
hereafter bo engaged in rebellion against
the Government of tho 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
tho army, and all slaves captured from
such persons, or deserted by them and
coming under tho control of tho Govern
ment of the United Slates, and all slaves
of such persons on or being within any
place occupied by rebel forces, and af
terwards occupied by tho forces of the
United States, shall bo deemed captures
of w'ar, and shall be forever free of their
servitudo and not again held as slaves.
Sec. 10. And lie it fuller enacted, That no
slave escaping into any slave territory or
tho 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 offense against
the laws, unless the person claiming said
fugitive shall first make oath that the
person to whom the labor of service of
said fugitive is alleged to bo due, is his
lawful owner, and has not been in arms
against the United States in tho present
rebellion, nor in any way given aid or
comfort thereto:' and no person engaged
in the military or naval service of tho
United Slates 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 pain of being dismissed
from the service.
And I do hereby enjoin upon and or
der all persons engaged in the military
and nav d service of the United Slates,
to obey and enforce within their respec
tive spheres of service, tho Article and
Sections above recited. And the Exec
utive will iu duo time recommend that
all citizens of the United Slates who
shall have remained loyal thereto
throughout the rebellion, shall, upon tho
restoration of tho Constitutional rela
tions between tho United Slates and their
respective Stales and people, if tho rela
tion shall havo been suspended or dis
turbed, lie compensated for all losses ly acts
of the United Stales, including the loss of
In witness whereof I have hereunto set
my hand and casued the seal of tho Uni
ted States to bo affixed.
Done at tho City of Washington this
tho twenty-second day of September, in
tho year of our Lord ono thousand eight
hundred and sixty-two, and of tho In
dependence of tho United States the
Signed, ABRAHAM LINCOLN.
By the President.
Wm. II. Seward, Secretary of State.
Strayed or vStolen.
HAY IIOKSK, WITH TURKIC WHITE LEG!',
wbile Hlrt-iiU ou the foivbe.ul, he ivy mane ami
t:ill; no mil k. Any erxon ;iviiin i ti lor I i n of
the above mimed borMe, will rtuyivoa llbi'rul reward
fur Midi, by culling uu liiowlway, betwvuu Culbge
and flurry itmiu
N. P. VKRSY,
I, lout, and Quartermaster 1st Iud'p't Voia.
rioclamation of tho Governor.
BY vir t iii" ef IIib power and authority In no res
tt'il, ft Military Governor i f the Kialo of T'ii
iiinst'. 1 ilo leTt-hy appoint tho fill 'wiiiu ,i-ions lo
hold and I'Xrrrne ttitt lull' tlolta, of Hi' f.-r J.c t i vo of.
fbvs attache 1 to ti.fi ami thoir tinmen, mid to Jierforin
lie) duties thereof according to law, tit uil:
.I' ll n ('iir'fr. Vili-rm.ai. James Turner an 1 Win.
lt'ibi'its, CouU' Mie'ii.
.Tm. J Uol h, Al'Ierinuii. o. JI. rioiillnjut' iiml A,
11 M'llloy, AI li'iniiin. Amlrew Aretenion and
Alex. Mi li'iii'nl, Loniicilue n.
II 0. Scot. 1, Alderman. 1.. li. IIuflT and Cliarlef
W. S riuMth'im, AM rm;tn. J. U. Knowlesand W.
A. ilcCchaU'l, Ciiuui iltnen.
SI. M Trim, Al'Urmtn. T. J. Yarbrou;;h aad
Wiu. lirlTer, Coujimliufu.
M. G L. (Mailiorne, Al'li rmitn, Win. Mi wart and
Tll'. C'le l'ly, LVuut illneu.
Jolt Smith, A'dnnnau. Mm. Ilitily aud Wm.
S. inborn, GvuuciIuioj.
'.. In TKflTiM ont WHiRior, I liav htrv
f I u unto ri l my hau l and c in d lh (irent
3' 8' -ai of the St:.M to b mine I, at Wh.
Y ' Villi', t It Its Ortnhrr 1-t
AM'UKvv Johnson, UivRE-o.
Kuwaud If. EAr, i-ei'r"t..ry id Male.
t'UV'l oil t in ifiunent, ai d lor nii
iinl.'K h It nt Ho- yar 1, UWakII oKCKLAK AH
CHK.'I'.t sii.KrT-- mill li .r..iiinilv (illed.
uihjS I). It. lilt Ki;v, Agent.
WANT TO PURCHASE
Union and Planters' and Bank
of Tennessee Money,
Chattanooga and other Southern
Which wa will par ih hlchwit frio. Afca, (JOT
W. E. CHILDS & CO.,
Norll-lw BROKERS, &2 Collw gtrrct.
Cor. College and Union St.
rrtlllS GALI.KRY IS orKN DAILY FROM 7,
J. A.M. to 5 P.M., when) Pictarea of tho mint
cmineut Dion may bo aoru.
. Photographs, Ambrotypcs,
MELAIN'OTYTKS, I.KTTF.RTYPKf, VIC.NF.TTE.-,
iiml CAUTKS HE VISITK, aro niado iu the hiKluKt
atyle of ii-rl'iM'tliin.
-Th public am rmpi-rtftilly hinted to vlnit our
fiiihery, where all pii tiiros miiilo are warranted to
give sail ruction, or no chargn will ), mu le.
Ono Hundred Wood-Choppers.
'I 'lire CNHKUSKiNE!) IS IN WANT OK ONK
n Iri'd wood-i hopieri, to which will lio piiid
one dollar pt.r cord for rutting wood. Knqnlrn ut tho
"i woon-yiuu, near mo ijotnnviiie iN-pot.
OV FRIDAY, THE 21ht INST., NEAR THK
Hospital, on t-'prinir airuel,
A CALF-SKIN WALLET,
Containing a mm of money. Tho fludar will be lib
erally rewarded on presentint: the ;imo ut the Ofli' e
of Wm. TiiiEsiiii., or to J ah eh jr. Athtarx, No. (14
Cherry ttr-Ht. Nov21 M
ATIilVri2DOCr. 8, 1861.
OVAL LAMP tJI5UTi:iS,
xx ruivr ci.avs.
Theie Chimneys are lutended or the flat
en.. . i.i..i. ... ,, -
.in). ii u'buig an paria oi mo
Klass eally, does not e.tpiiRe li to crack
ing. K I. IMTimilWiK,
urt 1'iU (ilu-ji Wnrka
WaMiiLVtou litre, t
, . 1'ittaburg, TV
Samples can be soeu at Uiin OUlce.
NASHVILLE (Edgefield) AND
Ti AIL J I O .A. ID
'"MB TAU I, i: IVo. 2,
Takes effect on Monday, July 14. 1862
Leaves IVatltvlllo at 2 o'clock, I'. M.
Arrive at INualivllle at 10.10, A. IU.
Connects with Trains from and to Clurkavillo at
Stato Line. July 10-tf.
GEO. W. fcHKWMAKEU. BYliON II. ROIID.
SHEWLIAKER & ROBE,
No. 11, SOUTH FOURTH BTREBT,
(brwkkn mahkct ano waijict,)
ST. LOUIS, MO.
Established for the Benefit of Strangers,
ouMixa to it. Lorn in siaiuk of
Sick, Wounded, or Sold ion that havs
.Died from Wonnda or Sicknoss.
ClOKllECr INTSLI.IOKSCK WIM. UK OIVEH OF
J the cnuilition of any Hick or Wounded Soldier In
ST. MiL'IS. I.OUISVIIJ.K, CINCINNATI, N A-ll Vll.l.K,
MOUND CITY, or any o'her Hoapltal iu tha Wenturn
lieiuirtirieiit. This is tlie om.y Army Intelligence
Oflie.e ill tlie I'm ted States, aud Information regard
ing Soldiers from any part of the U S. can ho nlven
fal m y t mc, by calling at, or whitiiu to the Ahmy
l.ivii i iciHM'x OrKicr, 1'ost Ullice Wnx So. 1HIH.
N. ll I'KKKO.XS I (Ut IVO TO t)T. Ix!'IS It HKAKIT1I (If
tiiriH Kuikvh will obtain all neoniiHry inluruiatiou
by i-alliiiK at iur OiUce, No. 11, Sou til JTuurlu St'evt.
May li, DsCi ly
LOOTS and SHOES, tf'i
'1M1K l-NPEHSICNEI) WOULD I'.FSI'KtTFI I.LY
L inform the citii' ni of Niishville and the public
In penenil, that they have fitted lip a house, No. Ill,
Union Street, where they will constantly keep a wetl
SoiectvJ Stock of ail ileacrlj tioui of
BOOTS & SHOES,
Trunks, Valises, Carpet Bags,
Ac, wbirb tbay will sell at the luwust rate lor Cash,
a) Wholesale aud lii tail.
Iune2? No. lu, Union Street.
Horses for Sale!
OXH HAY MAHR, accustomed to single barncto,
a showv and fine travelvr.
ONE Ml OWN MA UK, good undx tha saddle, a
bloo'led animal and faftt traveler ; alno,
i.NK IsiL liLK SKIT OK HAKNK.S.all of which
will ba sold eliuup, as tlx owner Uhk not need Ui.'iu.
A p!y tu JutIAII II. AUl.tN,
aUK'itV-lw 47, Collego lnt.
AT the Hroa-lway Wills,
D. P MC'KET, Afaot.
nr. BAm;E!.s kkks.i (ii:niN!) KYK run R,
JO Laui aud fcr at ti n I'roadwy Mills
jmH D. U. 1-li-ai.Y, Accul
B. B. coiwon & BH0.,
NO. OOLLRGff HTRIaT.
Nw Stoekr. J a at received and for sale
low to cloa OBt Cotalsnmuts,
Itbl. 3all, tar Ml y
ap I CONNOR BRO.
1UU apt CONNOR k BRO.
OollaROPK, for sale bf
CONNOR A BRO.
4Q bblaCoaJ OIL, lor late bf
1 f half bbls. Coal OIL, for talc by
I J ap 8 CONNOR A BRO.
1 FC dolen HROOStS.fbr aale bT
LtJKJ apS CONNOR A BKO.
K f boies SOAP, for sale by
CONNOR A BilO.
CONNOR A BRO.
1 () cheMUi TEA, lor sale by
Y4t ap 8
CONNOR A BRO
1 n half chesta TEA, rnr salo by
1V ap 8
CONNOR A BRO.
1 1) cadiea TKA. for sale by
a8 CONNOR A BRO.
( boxes Yeast l'OWIhU3, Tor sle bv
WJ ap fONN'ORAHRO.
2( ) C'fknSOliA, fur sale by
CONNOR A BKO.
grons MATCH tS, rnrsule by
ap 8 CONNOR A BRO.
)ri boxes Star OANM.rX.ior sale by
CONNOR A Bill)
boxes COKKKK, lur salo by
ai 8 C(ivNi)R A CO.
I f bills. VINhtlAU, f T Mia by
11 np 8
CONNOR A llR'i.
1 kits SALMON, f r salo by
IV. ap8 CONNOR A BRO-
O I kits MA(;KKUx7li'r wile by
A1- ap 8 CONNOR A IliU).
r kits IIKRRINuTf'ir salo" by
O apS ClNNOR A BRO.
O kits SHAD, for sale by
aji 8 CONNOR A BRO.
1 ( bbls. TROUT, Tor sale by
1 . J ap 8
CONNOR A BRO.
1 bins. MACKKKhL, for salo by
IU ap 8 CONN-
CONNOR A BRO.
bbls. C10KR, lor Bale by
8 CONNOR A BRO
1 n boxes dried HKKINU, for s.iie bv
L) ap8 CONNOR A BRO.
1 (' boxes Dried Scaled, for sale by
lvJ ap 8 CONNOR A BRO.
kcs NAIIi", for salo by
sp8 CONNOR A IVJO.
Ff bbls Crushed Sugar, fur salo by
UU apS li INN
iNNOR A BRO.
II. )f lisa MKAL, lor salo by
W ap 8
CONNOR A BP.O.
f(f bbls KI.OUR, for Male by
UVU ap 8
CONNOR A BKO
)f ca.-kH HAMS, for sale by
ZlS up 8
conno a nito.
l)( casks S1DKS, lor salo by
-V7 up 8 CON NuR A BRO.
)Y' bbls lino l'oTAToKS, lor h.i'c by
VlU up 8 't.'llNNDIl A
boxes frtsli (iiirdeii SliKl), for s ilu by
ap 8 C'OVNii;; A BRO.
1 bbls Onion sKTS, fur sale by
O ap 8 CONNOR A BRO.
tierces Canvasscil HAMS, with a lurge lot oi all
LVJ sorts of Ooods, which wo will rlose out low, ut
our old stand, No. b OullugOftnct.
ap 8 I) II. CONNOR A BRO.
S T K A PI F It tl
NEW YORK to LIVERPOOL.
Waltf.b Paton, Coininander,
Will bo despatched
Fbom I.I VIHI'OOI,,
Calling at QueeiiHtown,
Saturday, August ID
Wi'dui'Hday Oi toher 1
Tuesday, , . . November IB
Kiiim New Yob.
Saturday, Ji.ly 20
Tiien.lay, September 9
Saturday, October M
Thursday, ..December 11
This magnificent ship having proved herself un
equalled fur sgieed, safety and comfort (nea sickness
being unknown on board), is strongly recommended
as the most eligible conveyance for passengers.
From 1110 to (LIS each berth, according to the size,
situation, and accuuimodatioii of the Stale Booms, ail
having the same prlvlliges In the Saloons, anil in re
gard lo meals aud attmidauee, Suites of apartment!!
for families may be engaged by special agreement.
TICKETS FOR TI1K VorAfJK to and from LIVER
POOL at a FAKE AND A HALF f.r "First
aud Second Chuts.
Pervants accomiany!ug passengers, and children
nnder li years of age, half fare ; Infauls free.
State room berths, meals furnished at separate ta
Til I Hit I'AHIN.
Intermediate State Houia passengers found with
bedt, bedding, table, tlteunils, an t good llbitau-
tial food frb
With superior accommodations f.Tft
Kitch passenger allowoil 'JO cubio f' ot of luggage.
An experience. J Surgeon on board.
For freight aud passage, ripply to
CilAS. A. WHITNEY,
At tho oftlce, No. 'HI Dmaduay, N.Y.
HOWI.ANI) A AM'IN WALL, Ageuts.
July 2'l, 180'itill Dec: U.
500 Horses Vanted!
roiC CAVA LI tY SLHVIC'I
I.IVK IICNDRXD GOOD HOUSES, BETWEEN
four and eight years old, ant between lllt.-eu
and sixteen Initios high, are wanted Immediately lor
CAVALRY SKUVICK, for vt la. h reas .u .bie pi ici s
will lie paid.'
Apply to Civt. It. N. LAMB, on Vine Street,
below Mrs. Polk's rneidencu. uilgDHf
' I 'EN Oil FIFTEEN ABI E BOD- .-TT-"
1 iwi men, who are willing tn -J,,- r
serve their country, to till up uu
win. .... -".I" 0)r,e , .r
untry, to till up uu
ud well drilled Hat- J '-V
ted Artillery, winch Cr2JS
juo good servica lu utefi
old n."ini7ci an1
t ry of Mounte
has already douo
tlie lie hi.
Fos particulars, apply to Col. Mnitn'i Hsad-
qnarlers, or in Camp on th llardlngv die Pike, near
tlie Penitentiary. t AIT. A. K. ill. Ml,
a iglO-tf Commaii'llsg lib lnd. Paltcsy.
Freights for New York, Philadelphia
WE ARE FCRWARI'INO COTTON, TORAfX), ho.,
on more advantageous turnis thaU if receioted
through from Cumberland River.
ituiicitr itioohk a c o.,
inaylt CINCINNATI, OHIO.
Strayed or Stolen !
T.-MIOJI ONE Of Tllk IXTS OF THE Sl'IW.ItlllKB; A
(tri-u fin k A ii 9 t iiit rinf! riaf nr ii ti i lii ki. i n.kl OF
firing iiiforamtiou of Aim kiiiu Mill ! wu iiubiy rt u-
H. OJ SCOVAI ,l NortI.;"un.n.i r W.
ROBERT MOORE & CO
COVMOVMKVTS OT COTTON, TOIUOCO, LARD
FKATHEKa acd PRODUCS fMeraily, will rmtta
our best attention. mayU
GRIFFITH & PARSONS
AND WHOLESALE 1EALEK8 DJ
Groceries & Provisions,
HAMS, BACON SIDES
ICOFFEES, SUGAHS, TEAS,
Mustard, Spico, Pepper, Nutmegs,
BAGGING, ROPE, TWINE,
M A C K E jj l t
COARSE & FINE SALT,
A5Ii;s, FKnTlS) WWES,
Suttlers' Goods of all Kinds, ,
And many oth-r artl, !, .rrl..LB d,:lly pureba.Wd
for Cash, and sold at g,imn vt
Crill at il Heio.
f.ltll'FITII ti. IAllSChS,
No. 7 ('OI.I.TOK ST., NAHHVIIJ.E, TENS
July 18 3m.
ARMV I.MELLKsEME OFFICE,
No. 11, South Fourth iSt,
sAi.vr iii h, mo.
SICK Oil WOUNDED'
and f,,r ,,,.,,. MK t , rtlstanr. , can rit
to t ,e Army !llt K..re Olll.e ,i 0Ml"rll.
abla ii.l.,ri,ii,., f HIiy ,lll(.r t 1 "
listed In the Htates of
IlliwHi, Indiana, Ohio, . Michigan, WUam.
tin, mnnnola, Krnturky ami Hlu,Uri.
VJ any suldl.ir lr,,m lb. .. Hlai.,, l"t.r
Kim, WoiNi.ii., hiLim, iHTm 1'aisus.. .-5
in . but battle, be bv.
wbi re bis reifimi iit Is siiitbMi.,d aim
Informal nn HI also be , of tbe condition of
a y .ii k or o.,., soldier In rt. U,,!., L "
lii.'lhhatl, Nashville, Mound City, or a ,y I Z. ".
n i.tii li,,'r.m.,,t : and b,.re LI k'i "
In Lallle, or Ituve died from their ,, ,T. LurJ.
nnld iukva 1" r con-
'ibis Is tbe only Army Int. Illenr, fim, n lho
IV,.artnie,., of Mli,,,l, or w ru , " VE
m. i.t.-aiid lnlormatlon o soldiers from any J u,m
aiiove Mat. s rail lu (riven lit anv t Irua l,u . . in
to tl,e Army Lt.-U-VInn.'S' U'""K '
IV HuflM W( iHlttf Hill ! laHl) UllH tin. f,a
bis ri-a-'mnii. . b.r,. f'.rany kin, of A, 7 ,T'll I
'.i.e wi,l be Two I.,.1ah, aa any -.r. ,' '
Address:. Army liitllKenr Olfloe, ft u
u care 1'. 1). !!., Ik.i ' i u.. ' , i' "'i
l-aJ 41, TIJj
pjKTKKV RECItl-m AIlK WANTKI) FOH
Batfry - A," first T-JBiwtiee Artillery, f
o will r-eelvs tbe nifiilar ll'iI'NTT, lu. Xil
us, and Clolbli In addition. Til KICK flf
l.l.AUS. I'aid as so u as Ho y anlist, by re. MJL.
ciuii loir i:llrer.
Oltli ni it door bel
tlis City Ifotal.
$25 REWARD !
ST' I.K.V.rnm It Hill, Id 111'. A Nil, Jeweller, on Cn.
Ion strut, (iNK I'AlKSf l.f.VKIt KN0.l."M
Oul.li WAK II, iiiHiiiifiu'iuri d by J no. Jmstoa, l.lv.
rHl. Tbe W.tcbls of rm:i s i", Willi ab le dial,
nviav.-d on Ib'i iikI'Is i.i.o W. lU'iasa, from
lutliir In II. e yiir Is,',;" on lbs ontl'i.' eni'ravuil
"l'oai a HismR." lbs above I'.eward will bo i.ld
'or any loloi o. .liou tbsl limy I a I to I he r overy of
Ibe ,r' .. rly. II . !i 1 1 . .', Mr.A,
li.i:.v :,: Juiiii ai .l. INI ll lbs ami. 'of f,