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To I' n Ion faint Everywhere.
Friend, we taTj fairly, commenced
the publicationj ov tq Unconditional
Union journal, in. Nashrillc, and so far
as it has Lx-rii p esible for as to have ac
cess to' th? pc at-ofHcck of Tennessee, it
has been a wendcrfur triumph, ami has
won the ( tif approval of the pr-oplc.
Uut the mails arc at present confined to
a narrow limit, and consequent! our
patronage cannot grow, rapidlj south of
the city of Nashville. - We therefore
ask all who loel a'desire to hare a loyal
newspaper published in this city one
which will bring to light hundreds of
crimes and outrages committed by the
rcbvto durirtp their ascendancy over hit,
and which ti pruilfy authors helicrcd
would never I brought to light to
come up immediately and sustain us,
by sending in euhscriplions and adver
tising. It will br f infinite importance
to the Union cause irw this State to have
an uncompromising Union journal pub
lished at the capital of the Stale. The
task of cm. ducting such a newspaper
will be a most arduous and responsible
one. But wc have laid our hand to the
plough, and we wish to do our work well
and honorably. Will not our Union
friends in ail parts of the county pour
in their subscriptions? Strike while
the iron is hot ! Let us keep the Hag of
the Union, of law and order, streaming
defiantly in the very face of the enemy,
as he sullenly retires to the Gulf.
T IS UMS:
I'Ai'r L'.Mns, wi- Htim fii $8 I 0
' " week! ?)
Tw-Wki-ky I"in. rr allium , 5 (HI
Wrum.r I'.M 'N. p r .iiiuum '.! 00
I'oat OflUc IV ollca,
Tlie rlmastcr requests us to inform
the public, that by the Regulations of the
Post Ottlce Department, tinder recent acts
of Congrcg ?,
1. The prepayment, of inp letters is
no longer optional, but all such letters
not prepaid by stamps, arc Bent promptly
to tho Dead Letter Office at Washington.
2 Tlie law requiring nntlre to be given
of unpaid letters is repealed. Postmas
ters are directed to return to the Dead
otter Olticc "alt kHri heU for jmlmje,
or attempted to be sent with stamps pre
viously i sed, or stamps rut from stamped
envelopes, and unpaid letters for foreign
countries on which prepayment is re
Letters to which tlie old stamps
have been aflixed, and letters inclosed in
envelopes bearing the old stamp, arc
treated like any other unpaid letters.
4. Loiters from soldiers may go for
ward without, prepayment (the postage
to bo collected at the office of delivery),
provided that each letter shall be endors
ed "Soldier's Letter," and such endorse
ment signed by a field or staff officer, or
"at detached posts or hospitals, it may
bo signed by the chaplain or surgeon."
But letters to soldiers, not being from
soldiers, and so endorsed, must be pre
paid as other letters.
5. It is not advisable to pond register
ed and valuable letters to soldiers in the
field by mail. Every post-master is re
quired by law to hold registered letters
until they are receipted for by a person
authorized to receive them. They can
not bo senl out in military mails,, by
which soldiers usually receive their let
ters. 6. .Unpaid, letters c annot be sent out
in piilitary mails, until thij postage' is
paid at the ollice to which they are
charged on the way-bill, unless the post
master shall loso the postage himself.
It is therefore best that all letters to sol
diers should bo prepaid, whether from
soldiers or other persona. The number
of unpaid and partially paid letters which
arrive daily at the Nashville post office
is too great to be turned into the military
mails without payment of postage.
7. Officers who endorse lOfa-ial Busi
ness' on their letters, are informed that
such endorsement does not entitle their
letters to pass through the mails free
of postage ; and such Idlers cvih4 lx trans
ferred ta '73 military mails loiihnd ilw jwf
age leiiuj xiiL
..KIIOKFI ELD, T -
1. LADIKS AND (iKNTI.FMFN Wt'l 0ml ths
J .1 ramveutcnl ami pieuanit noune to flop HI,
1 utioatcd but s tew yards from the D'pot.
H.tlH.';! tik'Mi in ant t'om the ran tree 0f
charge. 51 luS ANN J. 11 f PMA.
Artl 1 I' . , ,',
QUININE! QUININE 1 1
fW U'X'I' (Powers and vVi'ituiaiiu'a)
1UU fvr uu i '
No. 30 UNION bTHKKT,';-
VAW0 Iliizeu Collin thirds, supei!.
quality, v. hl h will bsJawM ti- ir(ou,ej ,yt ail 4 lvcn
tiouihcrti lUllkS ,'l'f , 1
,j.S ,,,,,, . No:.; VNUiN. ST3iT. .
( orrrepondeui a of the Cincinnati Guilt t e
' Ximttix't, April 181S02.
'The Caliroral Sheriff.",
This is the characteristic title given
by some of his friends to Colonel Myers,
formerly of California, who is an agent
of the Government in arresting offenders
hen, especially those of distinction.
The SherjfT is a quietilooking gentle
man, 'with nothing threatening ia his
demeanor. The Secesh can indeed hard
ly realize the fact when h arrests them:
yet, when they discover their condition,
no attempt is ever made at resistance,
though he generally goes without escort.
, One evening he rode out in a buggy to
the residence of General William Giles
Harding, and found him riding on horse
back about his beautiful grounds.
1 "This is (Jen. Harding, 1 believe,"
said the Sheriff.
"Yes, sir, at your service," replied
the President of Harris's Military
"I have called for the purpose of ar
resting you," said the Sheriff.
With a wild look the General asked,
without demanding the reason for his
"Have you arrested Neil S.Brown?'
"No, sir,"' said tlie Sheriff. "Who is
Neil S. Brown ?
Collecting his senses a little, General
Harding dropped a.subject which was an
inadvertant confession of guilt. Neil S.
Brown was his associate on the commit
tee, whose business it was to send the
young men of Tennessee to a slaughter
pen. On his way to the Penitentiary,
Gen. Harding, it is said, declared he
sjhould commit suicide, bat for the com
pany of Gen. Washington Barrowin pris
on. Thepoor fellow9 he caused to be hung
in Tennessee, have "m no ,. --'company in
their narrow boused , ' ' ', ''
When first arrested the General enquir
ed if Col. M. had come alone to arrest him.
"Yes," said 1he California "Sheriff, "and
I am unarmed; (opening his 'vest "as
proof of the fact ;) don't you think one
is enough'". All this while he held the
reins of the General's horee. 1 On tlie
prisoner's asking permission to take
leave of his family, he was directed to
get in the ollicer's buggy by his side,
and was driven by his residence for that
Alll;l-T 01' CUI.. .10. GUIL1.
Col. Guild was clcc ed Judge of the
Ch aneery Disfru t which embraces Sum
ner county, a fief - this State was forced
into rebellion. He is a lawyer of some
ability, and was a billions locofo politi
cian. In the work of treason, no one
commenced earlier, or ran faster. Though
be has pretended to be entirely innocent
of Morgan's lato adventure at' Gallatin,
there is no doubt he laughed in his
sIcctc at its em-cess. ' ' '
When Col. Myers went in search of
"Old Bally," ho took a walk around
.Gallatin; in his usual "uiet 'wayj and
asked sonio one he met, Where Col. Guild
lived i "Judge Guild V ' "Yonder he
goes now," said the citizen, "on that pony."-:
Quickening his" pace, the Sheriff
soon-caught up, and approaching hirn,
inquired if that was Col. Gijild.
"Guild is my name, sir; what will you
have';': .' .
"I have visited Gallatin for the purpose
of arresting yon."
"Arrest me!" said Guild, with well
feigned astonishment: "I have done noth
ing worse than thousands have done in
the county of Sumner."
"That may all be very true, Col. Guild;
but we are determined that those who
took front seats at this little show, shall
keep them throughout."
Col. Guild desired to visit hjs residence
before setting out for Nashville, but our
Sheriff was in a hurry.
"But the Court is in session," said
Guild; "surely you will allow me to sign
"Yes, you can sign them. Send for
them, and sign them at tho Provost Mar
shal's office." r -
,Tho Judge sent for tlie rocords and for
his family. When these came, quite a
number of citizens camo in as a commit
tee of condolence. J udgo G uild's female
relatives were particularly demonstrative.
Mrs. G. wished she just had the power;
she would drive tho Yankee Hessians out
of tho country very quick.
"Yes," said the officer, "but we have
the power, and intend to drive the ene
mies of the country in."
"Very well," said the lady. "You noed
not think you can force our peoplo into
"Wo intend to force tho i7 in, any
how," said Col. Myers, "and (f the peoplo
can't afford to come in, thoy Would better
Altai In Ale viiiiilria
Ai.i-:anw;u, Mny 1. Eiun. it tsrAii. It U
quit" uinu-i().j( lo i; i3 i bu small knots of ms
cent) collet on tlie corners lu tbu morning,
to compare uoiea, und to ulrouUto some re
port cl (lrcadlut Ul-Hrtitr to the Union
CMiu?;'. A lew mornings j-iu,'e they startod
the lrilu f llm Mt-nimao huviug hunk seven
tritntpri IokJ with troop ur.d drowned
every eoul. This i3 ouly oau ol their daily
We hid a vi-it from Governor 1'ierpoint
Inn c-VHtiiiijr. H-. nnMrewd a large and en-iloi-Ustic
ineo'.uig tit Ljaiiuu Hall, ana
umde a very Uvorablt iuiprtsf-ioii oo liia
' Th .Sui lk-"ne expired yesterday aad
ramiot be ie;i :w. d uulo.- tbe applicant Ukei
the vvh ol tlenhuic! lo ib tt'.ata. , Thin
eobh retiMcg iodo, p.vrVrring ' ta wit until
Jell. Ivis coinca. I IncUnu ,to tb opinion
they vvlU htivd u wU buuik limn for thai. I
am loIJ tout twenty or ttibiy cloi tbelr
ttorc to Jay. Tbntwill bardlv pay ' .
i. a . . ASSrSTAL or-
.- -' ! :. '! . ! ' '
A STOCK , OF (iOODS,
' '''' ATI ' '
No. 40 Market Street,
' :';(.. I. i : . , .
(A few dooit baiow lti Mfktl fVii ) i
Cheai) fov, eCash.
ALL KINDS OF MONEY TAKEN.
WE DI'iKK fcB -HAt.B 1- '
SALT, in bbls,
SALT, in sacks,
' SODA, '
A LARGE ST OJC K Of
Thread and Hoop , Skirts,
' . ' .. . .
L.AD1C6' .SUOH3 AND BOOTS,
200 Dozen Cotton Cards,
A Thousand other Articles. '
April to, lSOi-tf ""'"" " K. MAYER Si CO.' '
i : i
ns:an: it is:
rV0 THK rATIENT PtOPI.E OF NA-'HVILLE AND
1 viiMnitjr ureRtiag : O ir biat finally run the
blockatlo, altera icvcre fllit with the tuBlom otflocra
at the mouth ol the ' uiuberland, aiel we have
opened iu our alroa.l well ktiowu little
No. 36 New Store, No. 36
, , MARKET STREET,
A VFJIY I.AKCJE STOCK, COM PRISING, IN TAUT,
. . ' LOGWOOD, '
" ; tt'DICO,
LILLYWII1TE, CAMrUOR, SNOFF,
Mackerel, IvYt V UUe,
PrcservtJ, Peaches, Pre&ened Tineapples,
Preserved Strawberries, Preserved
Cherries, Pineapple Cheese, Prunes
DRY GOODS, HOOP SKIRTS;
LADliS AND Mi&S.S' ANr)ClIlLt)RI;,8SIIOI-.
Gents' Fine Boots & Gaiters.
S.VIiT In llarrcls iuu
Paper and Writing Material.
BI.l'E CRAA' ?KKD,
CA.KDKN , ,
' 'onion mm.
' , JT Au4 1 J, DC 3 cujie d.(J. ltat art ;!.. 1'
aUtiM ' ' ' av! tTJ&kQO. '
M !"ia li C 1VA. 1ST 1',
no, 13 1. Comuirrlii Alreet.
(citt buildings'.) '.' saIKt Louis.
Particular Attention given t all
ConiiinmniiU : alao, lo lh n-jrehue 01 Produce oa
rtoutharn nl KfrB orJcra.or J'llling tountrOr-
aen lor urticfru, tic,
Rurwsxnw Baldiriii A DndfSt. Iouil ; Oillln,
KclUi? A Kir by. ,t. Loan ; ,i. J UannTgx. rblUdol
pbia ; iVon'lirar-1, Unison A X. Boston ; D. f). Ryrie
A )., Alloa, lit.; cm. l. Willey ; 11 V. Jvkin,
N.ahilH. April 3-3tii
Restaurant Toitoni ;
Tit 30 cedak srui i:t.
H. V. BASSET. PEOPEIETOB.
riTHIS w-ll known Mtalilinlimont i pirparod to fur
JL di.hIi Men j at u!l hour), to any unmtcr of r
Bqim, with all the dHlcacin and luxuries of tho tet
on, prfureil in the very beat stylo.
Th Bill of '.ire, lnil-wd, will challenge onmparlaoi
with that of anjr hou. tn the North or rfouthwoat.
The Bupnt Wines mi J Dramlici are kept conatantly
on hand. Dinners or Supjiera furnishei in any pari of
thectty on iart notica. , ,
The Ice Cream Garden
Is now open, whsre IM os and Gonilometi cn Ix
r(Kl Willi th cool, Ti-rrenhiuii !iinim(r baverae,
niaild lo auit llin lat)8 ol tha nicmt faatidmaa.
Privato famil as arrvej with lara or aroall quauti.
lie., at reaajiiatilo r:ite. JUrrb la 3m
WiAl. AL GRETNER,
' No. 109, Chestnut Street,
'- ' HIILAliEfjI'IIIA, 'PA., .
Sotiota Cons gnoicLM of Cotton, Rio, Tobacco, ami
April CJ, IS02.- , " Sin
Committed to Jail
OK Davidson county, April 2lst, la, a negro wo
man, who gaya Imr name in LCCINDA; anil he
lon8 to Wm Douelson. ol Havhlaon count v. The
said wotnuu la about 21 or 30 yesra old; dark copper
color. The owner U roqurHted como firward, uud
prov proparty, and pay charirea, a the taw directs.
i : JAMES M. HINTON, .
April 2331 Shend aud Jailor of l. C. .
Committed to Jail ' ,
OF Ilividson county, April 21st, 1882, a negro
rn in, named RINKAl.l., who gny-i h belotiRS to
JoDlali Jcl'hine, of Lebanon, Tann. Tho laid man li
ai tout ill year a old, small acnr iinuor left rye, 6 feet
10 InchiM high, weight about li!0 poiimla. Tim owner
U requested M couia forward, and prove property,
and pay chargus, aa the law diriK-U.-i;
, ! - JAMfc.-S M. UI.N ION,
April 33 3t . PherUT and Jailor, of I). C.
Committed to Jail
OF Davi'is in county, April 21st, 1 302 a ne'ro man,
Danud JIM, W bo Mya ho belongs t) Joainli Mc-
(Ttue, 01 I'bunoii. lenn. The fcaid man ia ae.d aliout
27 years, wrljjlit 15 pounds, 5 foet J Inches high,
Urgo mouth, ino tocitn out In tront, scar nn right
aide of lace; nteo, ouo (war near rlnht corner ol riht
eyebrow. The uuner ix r.uustcd lo come forwurd,
prove proverty, an! pay th;ires, as tlie law directs.
JAMKM 41. HINTON,
April SJet , ' Shoriir and JiUlor D. C.
. . . Committed to Jail
OF CaviiUou oounty, April 2lnt, lS2,a ikkio mn,
who Suva his umne i I.RWl., .-md bi lonn to Jo-
ainh McClane, rf Itianou, Tenu. Hie nld tnim Is 6
foet. 10 iiichun high, about 41 jeirs old, blc and
heavy sett. The owuer ia lequivted to come forward,
prove property, and p-iy clifc-g, an the law diri-ctn.
I .lAMr) fll. UIM'UK, .
Apnl2:: 3t . i, Sjherill and Jailor, II. C.
Committed to Jail
OK TJavlilfoq comity, April 21 -.1. l'G2, a ni-ro wo
man, who Say's her n ttne la'MAKIM.A, and be
lonca to Win. C. Ilrow n. of Iuvi loii county , aged
aliiiH 4 ) year; 5 feet, 3 lucbra hmh, copper oolor r-
The owner ta requested to t ome forward, prove
pert y ana pay cuargei,w tat iw turiNit. .;
JAMK.1 m. HiNry.v,
April 23 St f-hiTill and Jailor, 1). f .JJ
Committed to Jail
OF Davidson county, ou the loth of ipril, 1802, M
a runaway, aueiiro man who giys lils name U
Jordan, and belongs lo W. Talley. of Montiromery
cuuuty, Tenn.,2 years old, scar iu tho rllil curiu r
i f the right eye; 6 feel 4 inches weijihs about
ioo pouuus. i uo owner is requested to come forward
prove property sod pay charges as the law dirocls.
J, Jl. HINTON,
April 20tU St fhorlD und Jullorofl). C.
Committed to Jail
Of Davidson county, on March the 8th, 18i)2, as a
runaway, a byro man, n.iined Kohert; says he
belon? to W. Ilurka, of Jellorson ronnlr. Mlaa :
about 32 yoars old, weilis about 116 uuOh, enpper
cilor. 6 feet incliea hih. Tlie owner i r .quested to
como forward, prove prtqwrty anil psy charnos as tha
law aien-ta. J. al. MNloN.
April 2uth 3t ; Sheria and Jailor of 1. C. .
Committed, to Jail
OK Dividson couiity.ou tho Ath ot April, lSWij ti
negro mau named W litis ; says he belonirs to Mrs.
M.inna Cheatham, of Davidson county; 19 years old,
dark comjiexi u,, S teet high, weighs ltti or 170
pounds. Tlie owner In requt-Bteil M coma forward,
prove proairty aud piy charges as tbe law directs.
AprfllOib 2t Piienil aud Jmior of D. 0.
Committed to Jail '.
OF Davidson county, April 12, 16C2 a noro man
who eay.-ih'S name la ALBKRT: says he helotiis
to Henry lllood, of Davidou county: aliout 29 rears
oi l, wci.'hsabmt lt)S iuuda, 6 feet h.ii, muUtio
color. Thu owti'-r U requ.'Hted to coma forward.
prove proixirty aud pay eoagea as the law direct.
, J. M. III.NTUM,
April 20th "t ' Si.eriil and Jailur of I). C.
Committed to Jail
F Davidson counts. April 13, 1SC2, a uegrt man
who says his name fx IIOKACH: sals he bi l-nu'
to A. 0. I ii'ho'"n, of Maury oo.iBly; wmghs about
ltit) p.uin.la, hOi.uf :m y"4rs old, darU c-;ir.p!r sl.'.u, &
f. at 0 ini liea higli . The owner I requinted to come
forward, prue propi i ty ;.d pay rliaixex a the law
o.rmtK, J. at iiim').,
April 2gtU 31 ,-. aueflll and Jailor Ol H. V.
Committed to Jail
F Un Icon county , Vurob 6,lstl2,a ni;ro man
whoaayc h.H name 18(1. A Ilk: H-iiv uu beloD;'s to
lluih kirkpatru k, of iimbwrUud county, Ki-tituek v;
dark copper uidor, vtigii ab"Ut 10 poundx, t leel
i lnchi- h g'.i. liiii .owner U rio ntu 1 lu come for
ward, pn.ve .'njnirlj" Sui pay djiir.-n km the law dl-
reels. .J. . J. si IIISTtJN.
Apr. I 201'! 31 SherMI and Jailor ol I. C-
,'06nuaittecl:' to Jail ,
OF Davidtin oounty, April 0, li i, a Be mail,
wbo h a na.'ut i l;ll.L : a..ya he l.o .oita I)
Ppcncsr' Wrilur of Orertou county, Tnnneimi ;
l.n sibovl ttni(y-OB 'yaars old, and weUlis about
1J0 pouiiiU; inil Scur on e U t-ye brow ; iuiii
ac-ron tb tod of bit n.e ; 4 f ol 10 In has l.ib ;
busliytua.) of hair; rlark CompUiion. lh ewuar
U rqute4 to coma forward, ri. prwpurty , sl
py cbargno, as tho law da
... ,.........-.. I j. MHiSITOV,
Ap,l 3( . .,, a , ,awfvu4 Jaakirof U.O.
Committed to Jail ,
OF Dvid.oo rounty, Marsh 25, li, negro man
named J f.RKT:-says b b.Honsr lo Thomcs Han
dy, of Will arnnoncouDty ; right eye out, lams in one
h"r. 4ty.'rs !il. darH copper, eollftre weighs about
17ft poinds, ft foet nin Inches high. The Owner is
rquwirtd wrms wsrd, prvs property ssd pay
tlisrjrs as the tssr directs, . ., .
' ' 1 ' S. M. ntKTOJJ, '
April Nth ,"t ,. SbartH ad Jailor of D,C.
Committed' to Jail
07 Davidson connty, April 7, 1ti2, s negro man,
who hays his name la JOHN : ai ha Iwlongs
to Fount Mosbry, of Rutherfotd. county, Tenn.;
shMit If or 20year old; bright -mulatto j wvighs
about l'xi or 1(10 pounds; and has one wooden leg;
n teci 1 inert lilgn. Tlie owner la requested to come
forward, prove property, and pay c harrea, Ilia law
aireoia. J. M. HIN JO.V,
Ap. 20 t - - hherilT aud Jailor of D. D.
Committed to Jail '
Or Davldaon county, March ft, isa;, ' negro man
named MARTIN; says ho belongs to Jlimti Kirk-
Patrick, of Cumberland county, Ky.; about 26 years
otBiju, weiiif aimui 179 pounds, feci hiflh, dark
copper color- Tbonwner la reque-sted to come tor-
wara, prove property and pay cliargos a the, law dl
dlrcclH. , J, M. HINTON,
April 20th-3t fherlfl and Jailor of 1). C.
Committed to Jail
OF Davidson county, April 18. 1(i2, s nepro man,
who mvs his name 1j AN'DRhW : savs ho belonaa
to R- L. Hrown.of Havidaon county, Tenn ; dark
Copper color ; Hear on tho left side of hi nock : also a
Scar on the right eye. brow ; about SH vears old;
welgln about 15N pound, and Is ,1 fp 1 7 In! heg high.
The owner is requested to come forward, prove prop,
rrty, and pay ehargeiv, as the law directs.
J. M. HINTON,
Aprll2n5t HiorlfT ami Jailor of 0.0.
Committed to Jai!
OF Davidaon county, April 1:1, 18H2, B negro wo.
man, who en a her name li MAI.VIN'A : eava
ihe belong to John Ovcrtou, of Darideou connty ;
dark copper color ; 0 foot 10 inrhe biuh ; about 30
years old. The owner Ik requeued to come forward,
prove properly, and psy chargus, as tho law directs.
J. 31. imo,
j April 20 3t Sheriff and Jailor of I). C.
Committed to Jail
OK Dariihon county, March Id, 1 RH2. a negro man,
aays bis name in UKOlttiK MOXLET, who says
ho Is free man of color j says ho lives in Indianapo
lis, Indiana ; shout 37 years old ; weiiths about 187
punudi ; has whiakors and n mnu-Uclio : a small
sear on the cornor of tbo left eye ; dark eopjier color J
8 feet ten Inches high. J. M. HINTON,
April au ,t i MierilT nbd Jailor. ol D.C.
I Committed to Jail
OF Davidson county, April 18, 18ii2, s negro man,
who says hit name la SI MON : siv ho belotnia to
RobPrt Owen, of H'illiamson county, Tenn.; about 29
years old , weighs about Ho pounds; complexion
nines ; small rear on tlie kiti aids pi lliotjce: U liet
high. Tho owner l.s reqneated to climo forward, proTe
property, and pay vhargur, as the law directs. , ,
J. m. iii.M'tiN,
Apt 11 20 :tt KherifT nnd Jailor of 0. C.
. Committed to Jail
OF Pav daon county, April 18, lSr,2, a negro man,
who says hia name in 8AM ; guys ho be'ongs to
Robert Owen, of Williamson county, Tens.; shout
'M years old; weighs about ISj pounds; complexion
black ; ac.tr on tho kitl eve-hrnur : il fnet. Iiivli TIim
owner la requested to come fm watd, ptoie property,
ad pay charges, as ti e It.w directs.
J. 31. IIIMO.N,
April a0-.lt . ' ' riheriil and Jailor olD.C.
. Committed to Jail
OF Davidson county, April 12, 1B;2, a negro nnn,
named JACKSliN ; nys he belonas to N..ah Vls-
wel(, of Jiitviilaon conntv 5 u bout 4ti vuan o'd : Weieha
ab;nit ISO puunds ; near on tbo in no ; also one mi-
tier the iiht eyo ; 5 feet 10 Inches hkh. Tho
owner is roqueatcil lo c um f irwanl, provi) property,
aud pay charts, aa the law direct".
, , J. M. HINTON,
Aprll20 3t fheriffaml Jal or of D. C.
Committed to Jail ' 1 1
OF Jiavidson ciaintv, April 17, 1Mf,2, a negro rtiau,
who suvs liis name is N.sT. aud beloiu:a to Moses
I'.iiehaiian. if Ktith'-rford comity ; n.il.l boy h about
22 years old ; weighs about 1'j'J n ujids : luu'utto col
or; i feet 2 inches high; two .scats. uo atioVe ncd
one. be.cw Hie Ufieye. Ih iwner is n-qne.-ted to
como I irw aid, prove prop 'itj, and pav charges, as
the law dlroels. . . J. y. IIINTO.V.
Apiil2o--3t SheriO aiul Jailor l J, C.
Committed to Jail
OF Iisvidson Connty, March fl, 18i52, s negro nmn,
who says his nmi) Is (JtOKGK. and belonira lo
Hugh HP kputriclc, or Cumberland connty, Ky.; about
18 ur 10 years old ; dark cooper color ; weighs about
l-V) pouueis, 5 feet 8 Ins lies lilgll ; scar on tho la Hide
of neck, from burn. The ownar la ro.iiuxiled tocoiue
f irward, prove properly, aud piy rhameH, as the luw
directs. J. M. IIINTuN. ;
April 20 ;it i-i-ierlff and Jailor of J. C.
Committed to Jail
OF Davidson county, April fl, lsi;2, s negro man,
who nays hia nauii is Al KHb-U : savs be belonirs
to Mrs. E;i.ubetii I'orloe, of llickmn county, Tenu.;
about 2". yvarsold; weighs abnnt 104 nonudi ; dark
copi er color ; S f ol ten Inches high. Tho owner li
requested to come forward, prove property, tid pay
charg's. aa the law dirtcU. J. J4. HINTON,
April 2031 Mierilfand Jailor of 11. C.
Committed to Jail
OF Davsdaon ceuary, Arll (i, lfKH, s negTO
man, who ays thai his name Is ALII tier ;
he says that be belongs to lleujainln lialsn, of
tlaury county, Teiiiiees.-a ; about ifl yoars old;
bright nmlatto, weighs abcni 1M tr l.iO pounds ; 6
feet 11 Inches high ; Loog, buahy liair. The Duer
in reuiRaUwi lo eome forwad. urovs nroortr. and nay
cliarK-n, as the law dlrvcts. J. M. HINTuN,
April UberilT wid Jailor of U. 0.
Committed to Jail
OF Davidson county, April 7, 1S,2, a negrt man,
who aays his name is OEOKtiK, and belongs to
Captain William I'.o'm, of Warren nounty; Ml jlssip-
ril auij ki.. I. nl - . ..i . ....... ..i .
'lOponudj; dark onmp'esion ; left hand has been
imii.ij uuiui, u ieii iu iueu.si nin. jqu avnrr is
r.-'llleated to ronie forward, nrova rironcriv miuI t..iv
cliargi,as the law direct a.
.1. M. HINTON,
IT A p. 2-3t Miorift and Jailor ul U.C.
Committed to Jail
OK Dsvldai.il county, March 14, 18,2, s negro man,
who aivs hia nsiii IS ALFUKIh uud l.ulunns ta
Mr!. Klir.1 'In. or. of Viiiiiiiiiiiiiirv rimmv. linn umI.I
boy I about 40 or 41 years old ; wi ii:ha about 17'
pouo. la; Kiuall ir lu thoconiir if hit lorehad,
and one in front i.t his left ear; a f.-et 1 lie li high.
Ihe owuer is roii. rt-d to i onm f rnl, prave prop,
erty, and pay ciiargv, us thu law due, is-
J. M HINTON,
Ap. 20 8t Sheriff sid Jailor of li. C.
OF Iiayldann count y, A prll 17, 1 H;1. aTnero man,
tthosafahi's nainot-i CC'BGK, and Lelorgs to
Henry liioo.l,of Oarida u County ; ai,out M years of
sge ; wihs ah ull liiour I'M p muds ; oopper c ilor ;
li feet V in. -hea high. 1 he owuer ruqinuUd f rojii
f ward, pens piopoity, and pay ehrg.., as the law
direa la. 3. M . JUNTOS',
Ap. 20 ?t thu Iff au l J.vri.f 1. C.
',' Committed, to' Jail . ',
OF f'ayidsoa Ouunly, April 4, 1 V.i, a negro avail
who says his uaini ia JOK hAUTlj-Tf; said buy
rlkiras to k S fre Was of volori about J4 yetirs old;
says he li lQ JbVirr vmuity; Ky.j liht wppor
ro.iir, i ar on r,:Ms. Jo of the in ; wtigUs aovul
175 or Iio pui j isol J umJ) higik.
i. M HINTON, t
' Aik120 31 l Misrid s Js.ios of I G.
Committed - to Jail t- ,
t-o'uian, be,l CHARli. say s elon.ts"
J.epb Campbell, of Todd county, Ky., .bout tTonr
years old, we.gbs about UO or 4A pounds, ft (Ut ki
inches high , dark complexion, soar on comer of bo!
per lip. IUo Wner is r-qa..le to some forwsrd
provs proporljr, and pay charges, as the law dlroct'
. J. M. HINTON
spi3l -i j , Sheriff .ad Jailor of D.'o. I
Committed to Jail
OF rldon county, AprU id, 1S62, a negro U
of "d"I:i'RY;-yi'.beion'g, ub7;
of Jiayidt,oa county, Tenn., shout 17 lycars old
weighs sboul H6 p oun ls, dark eorcpWon, ft feet it
inch.s high. The owner Is requested to come forward
provs property, t,nd pa chargi a, ni the law d.rscu!
a .. J. M. HINTON,
sp 28-31 Sheriff and Jailor of It C.
j SALT AGErrCY.
rpiTE 8ra--(Tlir!KR ha opene.! a fitWERAL K 4f(J,
1 AGENCY Id this elty, si th old stnd or k S
Pilrher, on Ms ket IStrat, and will ho glsd to furn'sii
City and Country buyers on most liberal term.,lti)cr
fir pur fund or Ranks or Trnnrs'ee, and will keep a
large strek constantly on hand of both large aud
April SJ-iim B. J R0S3.
1862. SPRING. 18C2.
HOES, CHAINS, & SCYTHES,
Field, Laugsiro.il & Co.,
j IM TORTERH OF HARDWARK AND CCTrLERV,
4-10 market Street, ' ,
HAVE now !o eiure a full aSorlmerit of llGOfM for
steams prleos as laaft tcsson.
j 4al Orders are respccllully solicited. sp S7-t(
and ooiorit from miniatnre up to life
Si 7,0 : Carlo da ViHiln in ih h rrhxut ot t n
art. For a good likonws call ai Giora' Gallorr Chi
111 h Hp. Snnitrn nniuiaitjs ft.s.L-.. w ' '
moroiypc ana ruolographlc material for salo.
- , i -i r1" ' v uiiuoc.
W. H. CilUTCHER,
General Agent and Commis
j sion Merchant,
NO. 615 MAIN ST., LOUISVILLE, KY.,
WILL giro his stlentlon to the sale and purchase
of all kinds of PRODUCE and MERCHANDISE.
Krom an experience or twenty years, ho hotRt to
give satisfaction to all who may favor him witn bCii.
lAcompletostockof CHINA , GLASS!, and QUF.EN9.
WARKwnhand. Charges aiortcrale. , up 113-1 m ,
Ice! Ice!! Ice!!!
, We have now on hand, andto arrlye, an sbuo
rJant s upply oft he rfRE " V '
"LAKE KINGSTON ICE,"
, j ! I'M. i .- .
Ad all parties tsn fcol sasnrcd of an amp supply.
. sr Xhc Depots will ta te-opeocd
la tood weusun. v . i-
COXUib,1 CIIAXDLER & CO.,
No. 14 Market Street.
PkS. Tho Marketrllouse Depot is now opn,
March 21 2m
DR. COLEMAN'S ,
rpHE attention of citizens, strangers, and others via.
X iting Nashville reanlnnir medidal irf !
rally csllod to this oflioo. No. 81 fceadorick airiX.
ond Door, botwoen Cherry and tho Suare. , '
Dr. Colkm aif Is an old practitioner of medicine- h!t
almost unlimited exjicrlcncs and fluttering suseccs
for many years past, in the treatment ol nuvars Do
aAura, nas inaucea pun 10 aovote Uis undivuied stleo.
lion to all diseases (of this nature. Many cases of
the moat Invotorate character have prpmptly yielded
lo his improved method of treatment. ,, . .
Primary. Secondary. Tertiary and Heredl
ilis. Gonorrhoea, Cleat aud all Uiseasus of lbs reutts
nil urinary organs, roool With no resletanoe to bis
reniidies, ... I ! , , .. ,
A 1. female Irragularities and fuoctiooaJ iaderangs
tnents of the Womb, and tho disoaso arialua lion
tlestatiou and 111 manged parturitioa.
Every ease of Reducible Rupture, and of Piles ,as d
Prolapsus of lbs Rectum, and moet case of tlatuht,
Can be cured by a proocss nearly palnhwa. If ithtr
of the hitler cases ia undortakon by Dr. Colemaa, a
wieuruKiy worranifli, as a caretul maminalied
always patMents the necoHsarr indicationa if
failure by hi Improved mellmd of operating.
"' w Biinorscs applying in person or by letter
(describing ease) on tha flrat symptoms ofuraniu
sHMillo U mease . tma bs onred, in moat cases, by the
abortive miitbod, lu forty eight beaira. ;
Wtrlcl cotitldence, prompt attention, and moderals
charges, will govern him with hia patrons. . . j. .
mr No mercury usod In tho treatment of aw
diaritiri, as he belives (In maetcaeon) It produces
wui nn uid.-AMa iiiui mat w m given to cure. .
Oil) ce hours Irons eight In the mornins till nine tn
tbe evening. i Jan 18, 'ei-ly
Dll KINO'S D1SPKNSAUY
FOH ITtlVATK DISEASES;
-;wTaa DR. KINO, formorly of New York, lb i
V.,! the laal four years of Louisville, Ky.
and who has ueimUMl hia aLUntinii'a
tbS treatment of private dlseaaes for 80 years, OalUjr
hioisolf, haviag attended to a practice for so man,
yr, and eared sn miiiy thuuuus, tie is enabled U
euro all dtauajtea of a private nature, so matter bow
bad thoy may bs from injudicious mudtoiai treatment,
or from neglect of thelrown. Dr. King's DUix-nsary Is
)'. IL...I. L.I....I ll ..t '
m in...,., iv .irvn,, uv.wwu vuerry anu inn square,
ecout alory, where beouresall disoasus of a private
salore . . . ,. , -
(aouorbtw cured without oausoous medlrinAa Jin.
noreuoa wuo ousiuess. it i
Strictures of old or rocent date, cdootually cured to a
few days, by so operation which causes no palu.
Where a n'.ru'.iure exists health Ci.-iuol bo enjoyed)
Pertiatai no diaoase ca.iees more lalnthief and unde
muiM the coaaiilullon so much.
Syphilis, with all the diseases of the skis, growlnf
out of nelncl or bad tro&lment, can be u;tuaJi
Cured In a lew days.
. AVmion Wr.akneu.- Particular attention having bees
fiveu Ui Ihisduouie, and all lbs cooaoqueuoua growtuf
out of It, brought oo in many oases by the destructive
balilta of InoiUKldnrate youths, and esooMaiyc mdall
fence of the passions, s uvgleciof whit b will ander
Bilus ths oonrtilutloo, rendering lbs suhjnel or-Ulf-a?
bu!jxs o aociety , and e sing premature old ago.
Jrtroa.es who may bs tUiriu wna any dimcuity
tlie Womb niay r-;al waurud imuueliale r.ilmf.
Persons real litis abruwi. ujr writihg and ltinf tofll
fcaae. wits sloeeucliaaed, diraot lo Dr. A.' King, Uo. p
VmMru.i strenl, SaaiiUl,T'ua., will have thai gaa
awry saiKl.iim.ai anl to lnir aviiiieaai. OrUoe bos
Ik t e'ulocs U las saorBicg ual) f la tbe rwalsea