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PUBLISHED BY AN ASSOCIATION OF rRINTE 153. OFFICE ON IT.INTER'S ALLEY, BETWEEN UNION AND DEADERICK STREETS.
VOL I.
NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE, THURSDAY, JULY 10, 1802.
NO. 77
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CITY GOVERNMENT.
johi wan mith,
W1M.UM rllA'F., htarrdtr.
JUIIH CIll Mm.KY, AhiraW.
Ityulf ifarihtilt W. H. Wllkllifon, A. ('. Tucker,
and Jam't A. Steele.
CTerlt ttAe Aforlel Jrhu (liumblry , n-vfiiio. OtSl ;
Jot L ftyaa.S'road ; rdiI John rtedtilek, lli'td
T ianor-Willi n I'flv.r' j
Kiwmm rlg.larlar A. B. Mnukltnl
A alar To Collector.. II. Uirrtl.
i 1
TVmmrrr R Henry. '
. ' Rati- Afoaler Tlirtret Leake.
Su-nrtalewoW 1 (fct H'orlfcotiat J J Ild.
jMHifeaden4 ett Hafer H'orit Janata Vy all
CiV ' - John M. 9eabui y
, . jSarloa la Oar T. H MiUrida.,. . f
tKieel Oartaer-J. L. fit wart. -
City iaiwy JmUb Hei hall Smith. . ,
-CITY COUNCIL
Voorrl of AUrrmnt M. V. Brlen, Pre.nd.ul ; J. r.
Htwmtn.O . A. J. layf)ehl, . A. rVove.1, Win H Mn-8t-e
has, J. C Smith, M. 0. 1.. f luibornt, and Jit. Kobb.
Owinioej Oinwa W. F. uni-a,!'ranJni; William
Robdill.T. J. Tarbrough, Win. Driver, tt m. r'lewart,
lamia HoU, W. Mullia,Ji. Turner,!. II. Houlli
yata, A. J.Oolo, Jaa. Pavle, Andraw Aaderton, J. V.
laoaKa.amJ J )l.u Oriuiljr. " , ,
1 isiumi uMUirraKi or Tim city mrw.i.
' t'iiMf KnolM,Pcwl anJCila.
' " IVr tt'erlt AndrMon, Smith and ClaHx.nm. 1
hlrlt-w brmiKh , Tnruor , UmlligaU!, Day It, Brkn,
; Wyll'f, nifallitm and Oalborn.
Wkarf Ktwinaa, !Mwait and Turair.
JlMpMal nA, liny tti M and .imi.
' SckMlt-ClMatbani, Ua) Ould and KuoWtaa. t ,
rirt DrpaHnnl -Ora.ly ,lrlTr and Nawinau.
(,ot Driver, ClK'ttlbtrii aud Iiv:a. , ,
CVtMOrr nl"', Wtwalaud Nttwinau. '
Market Hon Rotiorts, Ctewart and Turner. . '
filatt lleugh.t'jilborna and Davit.
Ftlio Cbcalliain.Brl u and Aodaiaon.
fipriKQV H Jt, Cailornii and Brlru.
Workkuui Cliaiillinin, MayO.M and Knuwlw.
Imotimtnlt mi Ssemdilrn-CiW, ttou-l and
Crmuly-' '
rWlo Ptnptrlv Brlrn, Cheatlitm and Trr.
j " Vt Jit'i't Majdi ld, Jpum and Kobcrlt
j-Tho B'ird ol Aldirmcn nala tb Tultj
BM prwllog tbe ond aud nurlhTlirtdtj la
raith IhXith, and Ilia Uimnuiu CoiihcII Ihe airond
and (outthlUiirtJajt In ach mnilli.
i
NIGHT POLICE.
Otftai a JubD Blinh. ' (
. . Krtl lAmltnmit Wra. Varbrougb, ,
Jeeotut Jlleafmiat John H. Ivlt. '
JPoHcnara Win. JacktuU, John faveuilor, Nub l
vlt, Jdel rkiKIl, Win Uakor, John rottrt'll, Wlllbiin
Mayor J' F.nlei, .1 W. Wrlubt, John Purkit,
Robert 8ott,W.C. Franelt, Thomas Franclt, Adr
, ... J-tfaa, Uavid Vataa.aad Chara Hu'lll.
-The Polio Court It opisnrd ev-ry itwrniiiaj at.
alneo'rlook, .
COUNTY OFFICER3.
KaetV-Jatnai U ilHtoo.' Ixnalitt-Tboniai Hob
nn and J. K. Burbanan.
Itooitfr Pblnea Oarralt.
Tmva-W. Ja"r Tykr. ;
umr.!l. II. Belcha-. ,' , . ' '
Ktwyer John Cotbltt.
Rraaa (Wt4or J. 0. Brllry.
Kullroad I'na Colltelor W. 1) niborttou.
(mtlMft for t Kntktille VUli id J. bn D. '.i.T
and J. K Nnvrinau,
COUNTY COURT.
Juily Hon. Jamei Whttw.'ith.
t'ltrl IM.Iud.Ify Nii h.il.
. -Ttio Jnd't C.mrlruotU U.t hi at Monday In
each nintb,aid Ilia yunrii-rly Court, roniuiai d of
Iht Uatitlratvaor IhaCniuity, la boM lb Oral Mian
day In Jtnniry, April, July and October. ,
CIRCUIT COURT.
JuJf lloa. Nathaniel H.itl. r.
Clert pavld C. I.ov.
T-Tb Court tnaela the Br. l Uon.'ay Iu Manb
and Hrptrinbrr.
CRIMINAL COURT.
Jmtut Hon. Wll lam K. Tuiuor.
, . UtrJr (.'baikttT. bigvima. . ,
aTha Court mectt the Irtt Muuday tu April, Au
(utt aoj Pacrmber..
CHANCERY COURT,
Ctwicit'' Hi'n. fciainufl D. Friev.-on
.Clf " iliitlv J. k (ilsavvt
t, ,r TUt Coutt mctti tba O'tt VouJay In My and
Novtuaber.
i. o. o. r.
Joan Fjllma.Uraad Ski-rotary, thcnU be aldrat-aml
1 ' at NiukuilU, 'I, na.
riHl llgt, St. 1 Mieta every Tietf'ay K en
lu(,at their Hall, on th orrer tf l'ulou and Finn-
mer atreett. The olhcert fr the prereut t'riu, are :
T.H. UcBr.dt, N C; O. S. l..iiaur, Y O.j John F.
Hide, Srtntaiy ; T. L. Marthall, Trcaauier.
Tmim J.ljt, A'o. 10 Me.lt at tlia ta'iie p ace
every Monday a,vaitiu. The .itil. ert ari : Hob. rt
Tb.jiiiptou, N O.; k. a Unuln li, Y.U.; Homy A
pie, b.'rti y ; 1L . llrov.n, Truumvr.
fmthy I .le, So tHi-M,.ol at lh. ir H ill, i n StMitll
t'berry tlnel, rvory Friday lv-rlln. Tne ollici-m
are: J P Kenley, NO; V- vrt, V t! j T. II.
llauen, r"t''ry j n. .ii. M.uit'ry, ir.atuitr.
Aurora lAtitr, An. luf, (l.erlitau)-Meel at the
llall, corner of l ul n aud Nimmir tlrei la, avtiy
fbaraday Kvtntuf. The otllrt am : H Iljulu Ibi lit,
N U.; lliarlxa KKh.V 0 ; John llerborh h, K-yri-l.ny
Uo. Saiferla.Triaauror.
J.uJtft ATNt-MfMiiHWMt, o. I M.vlt at tho above llall
W tba Urkl aad third W.lliJyt of o.-Ji aunali.
- 'Tna er,vra are I). luer, t'.p. ; J. k Mil a. II P
T. U l.Hrldo. W I P. U I'otcnitu J W.: K. II M
Kru,tTlbt j B. R. fuller , Ti. a'iir. r.
ii. Bruihk FfHc,, j.,n', N... 4 -U.'.t at Oie
abova Hall oo tba au.a.l aud lourin WcJnet.Uy
alahlt ofeatb lu.iulli Tl.e .H,. r are H, 1,1. nun,
CP; Jaa T Uli, HP.j H.nrv Aiple.SW; I. II
Hitches k, J.W, f. C !.., f.nb,-j J S, Ward,
Treasurer. . ,
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF TRAIN'S.
l,oulavllle A Sal
i.lc R R. Tralu l. a. al
1 4.s, A.M.
6 , I' M.
C 00, A M.
1 1)0, I' M.
., " air. at
KtbvlHf A P.-oatur B R, Traia kavet t
" axr al
Naak A CbaltaoKa kt K 'Irtiu lean
ttl 10 uo,
al il -i .
A M
1 .11.
ADAMS EXPRESS COMFAN Y.
tHKli'f' No.'fli, Chi iav Sunt.
I I -
peraoua wUlnug to aond ii4Ul aud 1'a.kaet by
.tba Morning Viaiut at tba . xiie.mj att Xau
riua, k Katavaia tan IHtaria Biilkuk,
. omit htvt I Ut tauie at tht urhoa by w .k tkt
Davidhon COl'NTT DinKtTonT Cantimtttl.
MILITARY QUARTERS AND OFFICERS.
ftMf-nrada.uatla'ioo lll(b itttct. (Ifn. Turnout
(rmiaiaf'HP)C. ' .
iRi( llradi'iartfrt (to Prtnimw itr-l (lirj
ror't nilrn'n ) (apt. flrat-n, A. A.
rrvoM MomM lladiiiarlirt on Cburob. ttrwt.
(rmal lr.l. ni ) ol. Ktnly Haltbcwt.
Vtiiff A-Utmt Qoaritrmoiter Iltdniitrura nn
Clwrry tirael j Nn. IV, (lu'lgt Uno't ntldeuec.)
Caix. J S. UiUKbam.
Amulant Quartmmatfr 1iallanMa I)8l
R. FUvenana.
AuutatU QwrttrmiatiT Vino ttrt, uir Mia.
rulk't reHRlruca. Cuit. K. K Ltuin.
AuulnrU ituartermaifrSo. 87, Market llrotl.
t'apt. J. U IliUe.
(mmlury ll'Wdqmrltrl, N'u. 10, Viua t.
Cail it Maofciljr.
CVmniiMttry of ftulritt'oco HiOail alrafit. ('apt. H.'
Mitlfi -
AHino iy.mrniwy of SuLnUenrifornt r of HruaJ
an Colwye airrett l.lnil Cliailft Allrn -
Mtlkul Virtclor Suaimar atifat. (Ilr. Furd'f aid
hMulnncv.X Surifoon, fi. Uwl'l. M ' a
Mnii.iil IWxyir'i ojriiv Jliurcb ttrart, ilaMinlc
HulllllO(. J. R. i'latii, Humron. lib KtntuckT In
fanlry, Aaiiug Medical I'uivoyor, r
ARRIVAL AIxD DEPARTURE OF MAILS.
Kurtlieru Uall.vla Ixjuittllla, arrivpa Tally, i.'JU P. Mi
" " leavsa ." J.44 A.M.
Culiiini'la, via T k A. K.R. arrlvrt " .M P.M.
" ' " lavet ' 't 6.1 0 A.M.
SliclbyTlllo, via N. C. R P, arrltot ' " S.90 P.M.
" " ' ItaVM ' 10 01) A.M.
Ibanun, . . arrlvet " 12.00 M.
"... travel t.CO P.M.
Mmp.l Mall, Inrea Pally.v.a Iulnvllle aud Calr.l.
roST-OKnCKS OI'KV JiKTOXD LKBASON ABI
Liberty, ' Alaxandrta;
(iordontville,
Watvrtown,
losT-omcea ox
Murfrenthoro,
' Ji.r.l.m't Valley,
rbrlttlatia.
Kmllbvllla,
Jeuulns't Fork.
LISK or N. k C. R.R.
Futtervllle,
or Bhelbyville,
l'aluiettu.
B. B. CONNOR & BR0.,
('oimtiiHwioM mEitciiAN'ri',
NO. (XM.I.KGE fTKKk,T.
w Mock Juat received and for anla
lew lo t loao out ( ontiiiuiuenii.
liOO
Illilt. rll, Inr aahi by
ep 8
OUNIsUK If HKH.
J lioiea PAI.T, for aalt by
CXlNNOR a UllU.
Collt ROI'K, for sale by
ap S
C'OXNOIt BR(I.
bb't. foal OIL,
lor tale by
CdNeiOH k 1IKO
l "V half tbl. Coal Oil,, Tor aala by
I.ON'NOIt A HltO.
150
diiwu HKLHikS.rur ttlr hy
ap a
CONNOR 4k UltO.
50 h"',,,"A'J, ,"r"1 F
CONNOR A DKO.
50
liovt KTAKCH, lor tale by
ap
CONNOR A BHO.
1 ) i healtTkA, fr aalo by
1m ap 8
COSNOR A BHO
12
12
half ohetta TEA, lor aale by
apj
CONNOR A FRO
cado t TKA, for tale hy
ax 8
COSNOR A IlltO.
boiot Yoaat PuWIKK.S,l
ir aala by
COSNuR A IlltO.
f) ( euika tsllA, for I lie by
4J ap8
COSNOR A UKO.
lO.0gr:
MATCH K!, for tale by
ap 8 CuXNOR A BHO.
t boii Sur CANIil.KS.fortalQ by
ipt CONNOR A BRO
1 r boira CUrTKK, for aala by
iO ai8
CONNOR A CO.
14U.V
bbit. V1NKUAH, I r aaa by
CONNOR A BRO.
kna SALMON, f r aala hy
CONNOR A BRO-
4) 4 kita kl
Zk ap8
kUCKKRKl.,fr aala by
CONNOR A HltO.
r. kilt HKKItUNO, lor aale by
O ap8
O kltt SHAIifflir'taTe by "
ap8
CONNOR A PRO.
CONNOR A BlU).
(J blil.. TltoC I', for aaie by
CONNOR A BHO.
10
bhli. M.U KKKKl
for i
.tie bv
CONNOR A BRO.
apt
1
bl-lM. I'll i Kit, lor aale by
ap 8
CONNOR A BRO.
Ix. . t dried IliirtlNil, for til" by
IU ap 8 CONNOR A BHO.
1(5
Imii.4 lined .toal.l, tr aalo hy
tp 8
UlNNOK A BRO.
w ket Nill.H, lurtale by
OK) apt
CONNOR A B IO.
F.f bh! Ci uaheJ Sujar, for aale hy
0) ap8 CuNNoR A BRO.
14 iTv bant Met I., Tor tale by
.f) .p 8 H N NoR A BRO.
Pl l bb t KI.Ol'K, for aale by
UWV ap8 O'NNOR A Bi t)
ilf IIAtH, lor tale by
Zv) ap 8 CONN0 A HIU).
") cai.i SJHM, lor .aie by
,p IXINNOR A BHO.
1(t ''hit ue l-orAlotX, f.w ele by
Z tp 8 lilN.vot a UUII.
OH bolea frith liaid.iu .-'KKil, fr tile by
rCV
m, a tyiNNiiK A ii'io
Q bbi cluieu kkTS, for tale iiy
U a
41 lleitiaa i n ..! II Ikt, IOi a laifie k.l m all
IV torn of lioo.l
a ha h we a ill t:l. m
our old tt.tui
ap 8
DM.
N.T 8 tiillee vlrret.
H B (XINNOR A BRO.
COLICMAN'S
V
mm
'1 'UK tltetttttio of citltena, ttrangcra, and olhera tit
1 mug Ntahville, re.4111r.uif rue.it. lul aid, kt rrtpait-
fully oailed to inn olhce, No VI I eaileili k alreel.totv
oud 8"T, belween Cherry end Ihe M(iiare.
Or. C.Ltata It tn old prat'tiltoiitr of medK tne; bla
aliiuiet uiiuiiitrd eirrteuee aud Ballermji uiM-4a
hir Hi.uiy y,irt pnNt.m Ihe tronlnienl ol PRirtrt nt
iAHh, ht lo.t.ii.l him i.i det.rie b 1 uudivtited tllen
li.'U ti til d.aeeaet iof ti.ia niture, M.tiiy rne,, ol
ihe m.wt inveterue rharai'ter bave promplly yiel.bi)
to tin. in.prvved lneltit..t ol Irealllleut
Pnmai y . .e.u.Ur , Tertiary and H-rtxtitt. y fy-o-Him,
tiaurrha, 4,;pal aud all diaeaara ol Uie reu.it
tod uruiAij uigtat, aiet tilh uo retiiume lo
retml.,.
A leiotle lrrvoltrtile t.id fuut'lM'ttl leilTtuta
meula iM UieW.uub, and the iliaett, tria ng r.ua
L.ttltlitiu fti,,t ill n,an,e. Mt' lur l l..,.
kvary v..ti ol I'.HlMiOit Uuplura, aad ol l.wa.ttt
I'li.Utauv ,4 11,0 k-talulu. aa.l in l iAe.4 n r.aUile,
G.II In .ur.l b a mteut n.iy ,u mhor
ol U.eUit,.r tmxti ir u11l1u1.11 bv 'r Wiitaa . a
fl..re 11 li.ian.iU) eureat.v.1, u r,, n,! ri.nout vJ
... u,. att Hie invwr in in,,,,,,,, , lrt, ,
failure l.y bit Itnia-oveU mellitHj ul u,Mr,tut;.
ft revnt .M r.lh.-t . I t .,.! m ,e Iriux
( 1eerltiili ew) ,u lilt U. .1 ) n.pii.utj III ti.) i,u
tl-.'ice it',e.iti 1)4 eurMl,lu wl Iiy I n
lkirllee Riellunl, m airly e.ylil tM,,a
hual c..iu.l. oee, tiruo,-t u'tei i,,.u pj,,,,!,
ahai Kva, wol Kovara b.m lh ttii Mtroi,t
tj- Ka aierrtirr uae.1 la H." li.uu,.l irf r,
4u- uia,Mb iMlievra i n lu tliui,! a pr.tlu,.
tine 'Iim ie ll'ta II in I It M fit t'U Ul t uie.
4mee bouit I oia tight la tite utoro mg tin n.ta It
ike evoainj. Jvu It, -ly
ni5iv.i:.irATiox iy n,r, no id ornxEa
m.Twrr.flf
Jlaslivillf', Trnn'M.e.-t llan'.sviil.llabr.na.
. ONLY 22 MILES STAGING.
IFAVK N AMIVlI.i l". KVFnV M (RKISO
-I ut 6 O'clm-k . arrivin ,it HuntMvll) thine ditv to
Fti!)-r, via ('lumll' Pulatkl and
Allimt ICuilroiiU, (Iruu, ic Ala.)
14 Passenger 4 Ilorso Coaclics.
NASHVILLE & KUNTSVILLE
It. R. STAGE LINE.
I bave foimni'iirr.l ruui luir a i'aiIv line ol Slayi.
betwofii rik n.VL'f aud (IU-uoitlt Mnll'iU, 8 IillltH
Nortb uf . . ,
ril.ASHI.
The trains tm the T. A A. R. R. ar niaV.un !aily
trlpt fr.iw SudhvllH to . .
EEYN0LD3 STATION,
And the train" on tho M A C K. H., nriklui; daily
trlpt lrim llunuvtlli t Kik Kivur. IV'-triikM'ra ran
leeve N'nhTHIe at (I A. BI.j making Hum v i lie at
7 t". J't
tlotti CbuniTtiont made at e ther end of the rond.
J. 1.10 AHI.i:s, 1'roprlctor.
8JT Fir f irllmr li iWinatl m iniuire at theTirkrt
Otll.it, No. 'J.I, Nurlb ( lie rv Mre t, Ko irth dimr fruui
Ulll.'U. July I dim.
Railroad and Omnibus Ticket
OFFICE,
No. 25, North . Cherry Street,
(FOURTH POOR FROM VNI0X). '
l)K)'.S()Sd liF.SIt;NINU I.FAVIN'U THE CITY BY
I the Pail l.iufl.wlll II ml It to their In 1. na I lo
piirt haae their lirken at this riilce, a bere tu kett mn
be h id lo all tba principal citioa In tire North, l-Jtit
and Weit by the ihortent aud tnoet reliable route t.
Alwi, throui'h rreei( u can be mveu fur a'l claaaii
of freight by the qnl:keat aud at low rate hi by any
olher riaite.
Any further Information can be feivcu by calilng nt
the nlUee. i t i .
W. V. It A !(.,
I.rn'l Ticket A Freight Afrent.
juiyi uu-
Committcd to Jail
OF Ihtvi ieon Con'ity, June ::th Ihh;, t negro mun
who l.iyt hi n-ltK la AI'KAHAMi auyt ha belooKt
to Stmuei Aiken ou of i.tieaihani etmnty Tenn t, aga
about 31 or 3 yirut old, i uhl thou I l4,tor 11.0 I lit ,
6 feet It luehi't lilsh, cot per (.-lir, ..-,ir on think
aia ul one 1 th lotg, trnail ao.r i.ua t f ihu l.itlr above
right teuiple.
'I lia owner It reqtiettcd to come fo'waul, prova'pro
perty, ind pay clnttKiM', at the law tlinclt.
J Al lll.NTON',
)miet ."4 Fherlff and Jailor of I). 0.
Committed to Jail
Of ISaT tiBt.u couu'jr, Junr 21, lt1' li'Vil.J" ii.
tiuwit uiut.ft io :'1 ,!,'- t" i t
to Th mft (Ntiikf-rui Blurv ctijiiiv, 1i u ; uv
tHktit In ur 20 y -ri u'd, weighs n ut 160 piniMin,
S OH a,1 m. hf in hi 'kIii j i4.ir h in k, no m.ir.;
TUsowtier is r-(ii-iWjtJ ki cnni li-rw. l, Tuvt pro
pe ly, a' d pay chtigfti, utt uw ilf'tntM.
J. M. HINT,
fuuf at Slierll, iiiiU .Uiii r ot 1 C. '
Committed to Jail
Of ravidou county, Jmir "2.'t, "ltti, a rwgro maa
who aayH hif name la ARim it;aud hfh-nifH lo
Win t'. Hin-nt ol Warren noui'tv, T riit-.i-H-d ah ut
4a year ; weilm Hlnmi 14 or laO op i Im ; a i i t
iuehea Li ; color hi.ick ; Itonvy whikrH.
Tha uuner la reqiietittd to mnie forwtrd, prova
property, and py cuarfteM, a thn lawdini U.
J M. HIMVX.
)une2-3t Sherili aud Jtuh.r of h C.
Committed to Jail
Of Pavitlaoo Ofimty, Juuv 9a I, ImjJ, a nrro hov,
wlio auya hit iiamtt U Al.X, mid hrl nn to Wtu
(.ru'ir'T of W i mou en. ; ate rr olu ( wi -l.a ahoui
ttiu or l'lj pound ; 6 Tiet (', in hm UljU ; roior bACk j
jajrir on Ki'CuLd 0 uger on leli hand.
tin owner la re, denied to come firwiird, jirova
property, kud jmy cbargea, an Uie law dirt-etri.
J. M Ills '!' S,
Junei" 20.-31 Sheriff and Jiof of l. C.
Committed to Jail
Of Davldaou oouoiy, Juua 2A, 1&V2, a netrro man,
who fmyxhia name U I U N 1 UI . ; aiyN b uelontca kv
Mr. J.uKlnka U. ll.nwu of Mniiry cottugt. noar Sprli-f
111 I.Tt-utif alHi'il '.It jriiaoi.t ; w'kjhB about 1 7-J
or 1X0 iMitiHiU to lutil l tuU.e-iiih, amall w-r In
centra fort bead.
The owAir ia rrqiieuted to c-un forward, prove pro
pp ly, aud ajr uUaAigfta, M the aw dl'ectn.
J. Al. ItlMTON,
June-.? t - Sheriff and Jul or of !. V,
Committed to Jail
OF I-uvidHou Oiiuniy, feuu., Jum 10, a rej;ro
ftirl, who nuy he 1 nnn m JOANNA, and heioiikia
to Hubert Wiiliajni, of triikllu, Ky , ng nhout 17
or lit yeaii ; t U'rl 2 tiT'ir- high i ; Wiitiai ahout lU
rvuoiii ; durk cepir color. Ihe owner 1 nipie'ited
1 1 coiuo forward, piovo broprr ly, and a? ch rk;e. aa
tb-- Uw dlrrl4 J. M. HT-Nt
lou'ttrtJ-a Flier ill and Jailer "l L V.
Committed to Jail
OV l iJrAju ci'imtj , June loth, Ishi, a U'f;ro oitn
who tnyi h 10. e h MiLION auya ti tielniidX
In Jtase.ih l et ier, of M irit atl county, A , uo ahoni
'1 yeiftrt ; Heiftha !'& pujiudH , 6 (Vm-i " Im lo a Linb ;
coi.ir bUek , ir by burn ahme the 1 ilii wn.st
Ihe owner U rt-ipie iit t 1 come forw-tnl, pi ie prti
jeriv, aud pay ehrjaa ttie inw dirt-en.
J. M HIM'O.V,
iunelH 3t Hhertfl and J-ilor l C.
Committed to Jail
OK I'ividxoD eounniy , June 'Me, IfO-i, tiei7.ii tnaa
w h. aftvg Int n -mm m li vSHs'. ; !. he t.flonKS
to Kir' ard Ikafa, t f W tixh-ili oeiitiiy, Ala ; mm ub tit
Vd i f 'i'ai yoara ; we-'h-i ltJ or lo.f It. ; it hi t a m hea
higt) ; no tnfti k ' eolur h a k . Tite uannr i.- r i.ie ti
ed to n -O' fore at d , prova proHn y, ar d pay rt n jra
an Hi htw itintu. .1 , M III TijS,
jonela iit ;-Hu i ul ut.U J nUr u ('
Committed to Jail
OK lUvldmm uouiiiy, Juua llili, mi-p a ur,;m n..iu
m tto oa a lint nmne ii A aKiiN ; imyi ha Im-Uimm to
Jot arte', of Mtri-li.it I i.-uiity, Ala ; mrd iUm l'J
yea' ; weifcli 1koiI HO or 14 j p at di 6 Irel ti mclii i
hifch ; lo airliB ; ctiior l.ierk Tiiiwu--r u i'-4jn-t-
1 io ix line rw 4nl, jro pn p--i ly , and p v ih.ri.iw
an Up inw dim tu J 1 111 STN,
ju irl'y-di Mi r U and J.ior id i ('
Committed to Jail
Of lvl iw.a couuiy, J.ii e I'.'ih, Ir-Htt nern mau
whiaaya hi aim is AlA ; taya he ueiooifg
to J.ucy hia th, of aTi.lM ouniy, Tenn,; Hkd
aixivit 81 y o-wai , weUl t Uj or l.u tvuoii ; 5 f t i1','
luch tt hUh ; o p ' i o.or , u mtii a. 1 ne ou n r ta
n-) ui ted lo c on" foi wur- , prUie pr p.vi iy , aud -iy
i h.iTgp t a lUu 1 w h.e, t.
J. W Ml NT' - V,
iur.nlri.,u hto r n itsi t J -io r I I' ('.
Committed to Jail
OF Avi .r. r mt , .dti.e 1 . . a nr-.'i e
hoAa In ujiiu ia tJ. t ti.K vf .-ji.v. . I u S ,
baitt htioukiiti aiy Am .atri'ifi, ol tarea
couuiy, Ky ,: I at'iil 4j ) i'- ; m'H 1 T r r Ito
Hi ; a ita-t 7 iudia h ; iui I .. k ,oh ol trr ou
Kut-h-v 1 , ktn:k.l k '- T..e o . ei ia i quij o
m tue l rH'd, i o, v ptopt r ly a . I ty ilm'U'i aa
the taw dl'o.U J. ! Hl ttN,
pinel .Il Sheffl au-t .Uo.ir m i. i.
Committed to Jail
Of I iav. .nt. .Hi.y, .lull' l; I"'-, a of f n
W lot fu U n-iui i I'd. I Wll' he hi--t"ii
lil" ViMf 'd M.i 't ' i - - toy . i i.u , .!'
aHtnii ;t'i j r n f ; i u ' omi , t ' er US ) .10 ut 4
Iret a li'CiirtM til,.h ; touf h i!i)f h air , rt..a. roil ,
tin ii i t:e w.no im r.t.u I io i ii ler-
- I I , .r.', t pri 40 ' V tall 1 i'-y v.;. f t . i w til
rurta J M Hi .'.N',
Juti' 1 S 3l Hiei dt i"l .!' i 01 l
Committed to Jail
OF Ijavi l..u t.iiii.tt , I-ou , June a h, 1'9. a t.e
IM' innii.l .l! I 1 ; Nv. I.ii I.i-.'Iii hi
lul l 11 k .
. f M .Of V I ,tn V , 'I .
tomtit la .r 'j v...r. ou) ; m. il.a e-M.I J'i.' I -o
Iii.uii a; S i el 5 In li tii.h, la.i ,.i,.l b.il.'a
r !.., I t ee.tr a opir iip al tt: .'g ' f Ilia li,
...(.I t O i.O.'.
Iha ..wii.r it raiu'ittd le r. u.e ItH )'.'., l
pitiierl , and jiat t bai ,', at lh" i.w a..n,-l. .
J at. JIlAIoN,
JuntK-:it Kheiifl aud Janu: ul 1. C
orrinAL.
-VM A(T In rfnriinl7fi nn I lu. rfii- the ptHrtvnrf of ,
the meiht 1 ilo ui tiiiuut 01 ihe army.
Pt it rmtrh d bf 0-t Smnf tnd Jfiw a Iieprmtt(t
tirr$ of tkt LuU'4 .v-ifrt uf America in tougrtm owr
Wrt, 'fhit thfrr tniU 't Ii t to tht) (ne-u ut liif tu l
corjw tf ih Rriny ton (turviriii ami Un ivf li-tftiit rsur-g-Mis,
Co Uf pi t'lii'-ti'l an 1 eiiiitttl nii tfr fl-Mir
Irtw-i iwuuy tiK-'iicu. taUntH, nnt hh mnny lit-Mi-it!
htpwanln in Iht Miri"'!! rTt-titMul uiiiy runt-i'tor Me'
mry f--r ttie pii'-liu wvh-, an thai th r 'v mrl
thni of nil hi4)iiM. fti"Ar.(4 tu Iht uluiiUH.r a ll
the i-fitful-ir fM-rvl. t-imll In thirty ).tiirM ?r
month, tu In c-tuiut from tho pknako (f tin ui't.
Aud all mhrnl cn-lrt.-: In the Htr ic hnll, in ai.i
tku tu thtiir (my, rvtme wu ratiuu ur dy riihvr in
kind or ccnitiniUlion.
mw. 2. And bt it urAar mirtftt That the uiurfD
nerul t" b appinutril un-1 r 1 hit- m l nhull Ut tin
miik, i-ay, d miiohimiitA of a hrift'ltt-r ftmirrul.
Thern r-hiill 1 on tv-t-i-tant Mir wvn g net hI mii1 (iij
rrifitlcAl itiApctnr (fi-ntTiil "f hoNpiiwls, ph' li with Hm
rank, imy, an-1 ui4k-iiiirul nrachi6l ot'cawtliy.
utul thu uteJiral ini-vctor ti-itiiral h;il h(e, umlfr
th direction of the -iirKiiu khihthI, tins iui-rv mton
of all that rUtti Ui tht fnnitriry tM'tuhiion ot the ar
rny, whuth-r lu traimpoi tu, ptarU pi r rHiitf) ami
f tin lijrKh'nei ptli e, dlsciphnt?, nivl ffti l-m y if
fwlJeiml txfHrml huxpltjtlH, nuihr ii' h riiilatinn:; a.;
Diny h r .Iter b e.talili-ln-d.
n !i. And Ot it furlhvr mart, ft, Tint thrr i.mU b
aiht uilhl tusi-fetuni, with; tho ruttk. ly, and
ciii'iltMiients ohi h oft liiMitiiuiit-4-i'hril of cav hy,
aud lio shutl b rtmrK-rd wtih th duty of lnH)H-.tiitn
th Mi nit my ntiiUithiu cf trrtiitp-'ri--, 41ml Uir, anl
otnnipW, if rpi hl and pr-tif-ral hcMp.iHlf, ami w ho i-hall
ropo t to the inc tictit iniiK u.r neimrol, unili-r mu-h
rcKtiluttonH an ntny ! hi-rniftpr i-t"ihli'-hi'df all ir
ruuiKtftm-eH n-lfttiuK to the Hau.Uuy condittuii nd
wants 1 troop ami of ho.-itn!f, an l to the '-kill, ef
lie irlK'y, ao l i;'d cwrnlm l uf tlP otllrtr:' and Ui'ii-djiplf-
i .;iLiH'ti'l with tht iiivIuhI li'1'Hrtnn iit,
Sr.Q. A. AmU i4t fmrtkir martcitt That tho inrfoii
Kftwriil, Ihu A-'iilritant Mltgt'oii KUticrul, inoilitiil ill -
Kpfartor (nn-rnl, and mllcnl tn.K,-t(rH, nlmll iinmr
diali'lv allrr the .ajf of this art be apputntwl hy
thi rrt'-uh iit, ty and ilh the nl h e an. I cun.-ont of
the .etiato, hy hi-lijt.tH'0 from tho intUkitl cor.w of
the Army, or from the mitkimius in the volnuhtT m.T
vire, w nh'Hit ri,'rd to thuir rank when tj i-e euV d,
hut with foh nximl to -iii.tiiliriktii-iix,
Stfl. ft. Ad be it fiwthr nacirl. I hat mtxUcal pur
t'yor:i Khali Ire clmrn'Ml, nncicr the Uirw Hon of the
fnrKi-on ir,,"Prl with thu fi'h-l ion anil fxin hnooof
all metiuetl r4iipLlit, ltuin liuK m w NlAriilarl pritHrm
titiii, and ol II hooky, intmm nt-, hupitul storrH,
Itirnilajts and other urttcN required fi r tin Hirk
and uoumled of ti:e army. In atl raws orenierni'm y
they tony provhlu Much additional act;oinuii.Rlatioiii4
for t lie km' k and wounded of the army, and inn)' trn im
part Kin h medical n;-pilt- ah cirniiuttanc may ri(ii
ih r in i;trKuiy, under mh.1i rekciikitioint art imiy h re
after le etiilli-liptl, and hull make promp. and im
inediAtP issuer upwn all r-p'ml ro(piiiitioiiri imvlo iiou
them iinth r tun li t,ir iiiii-tuiu'(' hy tneili(-iil oiIn r ;
and the kecml requif-ttioiiM ntiall ootniit tttmply of u
lint of the arln lii-i iupiiri'd, tho iHiilitiud tt"pifred
dutunl, and Hiired by ttie me-lu nl oilu erit rt'nli lug
thimi.
Prf, . Ami it further rtutfnt, That hrn.-vpr the
in.-H'ctr Ktiueri!, or any one of the medical iiiN'rt
oi liall n-jKit l un oil Ire r of the mcdunl rorp-t an dii
fpiKllried, hy age ori Ut her wise, fur promotion to a
higher uru ie, or 11 11 fitted for the ,-erl'oriimni'e of hi
. prolOMrooiiAt tlntit", he ahall lo rvported, hy the Hur
ijon m'licriil lur I'Miininut on to a nu-uh-ul hom.l, hh
provuK-d hy the iwventtwuth aetMiou of the Art ap
provtd Aiiu"-t thii d. phtroiiMiiiiii.ied anil mxly one.
ST''. 7. Ami C-r- it furll.t-r rituitrtl, 'Mint the provi-doit
of t hi n t Uli I'otitiuue and lie in force uuriitx tht
r.i-tfit u of the I'lt-rtcnt retwlhoti and no h.nrr: i're
tiit d, . r ih-ti, when tltlf act ahull expire. All
oili' iTH Mho shall haw ht-011 prnntoti'tl fi'om the medi
cal Hut! uf Ihe arm? uinio-r tlx h t -h. I retain their
ro-)H t ii e rank in the ai my, 1: h jn ii r'-molioii an
thiy w oiil 1 Imx e l(4n cm it n d to.
Approved, April 1, ftul.
... !'i.t.i e..V. J-
A!1. Af'l l" -fi'li lii Hie iti.diiu. i
luiil -ll I'l.tn. h post tillli et 111 fit
Hi il fH'tctrU Itjt fveaore onrl ifeiitt 11 fttirtwnl.i
titfi nl tht lilt'd JST'l'if 0 itflKTie.t o CiiiieiJ ua-eiri'
blnl, lhat tho I'littinanler tieiieritl lie aullioriteil hioI
ilue. leil, u liwn ill Ilia Jllduieut the I'llluie uitereiit
or eiin euieuee uiay rimiuie it, to e.tuliih one or
more bra oil 1104 olheee, to fnt'ilittite the oiieralleii
ol' the pimt-orhie III any tily or phoe tthh h, in Hie
opinion ot the l'olnniti r (Jent-ral, uiiiy reinre nu.-h
HUllttillUul HITlUlllllodHtioIlt fill' tllO foil Vl'll I elll'O of
thn iuhalMtauta; itud It ahall be the duly ol Ihe l'it-1
luuHter.Ueiiuritl to piei-ei ihe the ruh-a niel reiilu
tioiiH fur tho bram b pimt.olllee wbieb innv he entah
lihl-d by tirtlleof lliiHti t. Ale I the l'liatlilittel'.
Uelieral ia hereby nut hoi i-d to f hurae one eeul. In
lotililhifl lo the regular iKmUe, br everv lettt-r (1
pii'-iu-d ill any brain h punt .nlli, 11 Ut bu tuluariled ly
111.1II frim tho priaeiHtl oltlee, and whieli al.all 1
iirepitnl by Hlnlup, and one fent tor everv letler il.
Im-reil nt ant-h bntiirh (Hire, to he poid 011 ih'livervi
'ivM.eil. 1'hal uo b tlvr - hull U it, nt Irmn tut i.tin
i.;il dllieii to Nlli h braiii h ulllre lur di'lji ery rontrai y
to ihe re-iuetl ot the petty to wht.in tlir a.iioe uiay lio
Hiiilri'itei il : Atft pri,i 1.1. 1, The eiiene ol Bile h hntoe h
tervlci aball not vjtetftl lha rt-ct ipta ou tttvuuul
thereof.
Hr.r. 'a. A nil br itm1l,rr enufh;lf Tlmt tin. tenth tec
lion ol uu act entlllM " Au aft to entahluih eertiiln
l-.-l-routee, air.! for cthnr poi i-nt,'!.,'' approved Mateh
third, eightueu hundred aud I'oityreven, l and
beiehy ia repenled.
Approved, April IS, Imi'J.
' ' ' " Pi lil.ir -So. M.)
AN ACT luukltiK addllloiial aiprupriationt for the
nival eorttf-e fur the yeitr vntliit Juue thirty,
eighteen liiiiidre.l aud alxly-twu .
Lt ll rH.irlrd In Ihr hen.uY oiel ifu.ine af Hrjirrfntn.
d'ee. of th I'tiiti.'l h'let 0 Anirrira in (VoorrM dwrni.
rVal, i hat thu lollottllo; tuiuia he and Ciey uit heivhy
appropriated, tu lie mld out of any money in the
'lrtamiry uot otliarwine a;-)iropi iale.i, f,r IheaoMieo
of the yeitr eighteen hiiinli,! itlnl tity-two.
lor the pure Uae of irNittlttlid iiecetititry altera
tioiit tuenired In nltmif thfio l,,r a,-itiie, imo uillll
out tltt hundred aud thirty thoiinand ilollun.
For the piiifhao of ad lillobal at-. , la, lto mllll
oiit of ihillara.
Fortlio piiifhiineof limn k I In lionn lilt, boukt,
mne., and t luti'lt, twenty thouvHlid il.illi.i
For repaint at Oliaertal..ry, In liihl, llntl trmopor
tlttinn, thlee tliotl.aud .lollairt.
kor the i.ritnaio fouiiudry ul tlie finhlntiiu
llitiy yanl, lllty lliouaalld ihillulit.
For ur'Inanoo, (uie iiiilliuli dull.-ir..
hKO. 8. Aut U u Juiltirr eiiatYe.l, 'I'hul the aiini ef
even hlllilln d and . It I.I y-tur.-e I ll. iiihh lul two hlln.l
red an. I ninely h.iir ilull.tra, 1 in:( Ui aruotint necot
t.u y 1. 1 he plovi.led, nt e( iioitl,.. .y u Iumii d a i 'point
ed lor thai purp.iao, to pay hir and hiimh the blateht'
battery now pm lutlly e ontlrui led ut Huh,. ken, New
Ji raey, he and Ihe name It hereby apploprtllted out
ol nuy ni"le y in the 'I'reaatiry iu t uiln-rw ite aiipru.
prlaled for the iitiiio-dute ei'iopli.tlon or tai.l bttl
ti ry : I'nn etetl, l hat iu Ihe Colillu.il li.r tl.t: vtilliple
lion ofrtuid team I II hIiuII he nl Ipulit led lhat 110 pi.rt
ol the tut ney claimed hy K.lwiu A. letoua liiimif
been herelel.'io ftlH-inied hy It 1 1,1 KJ1 t.iid ViWHet
(.hull be rel'tiinhtl uulii tot aiunnut of taid rltuu
th ill bt. e.tlalih.hed to I he tali.url tun ,'f Ihe bia'te
lary ol Ihe Navy, ami the payment (f aald tiun
th.ill be folltlliKelil Uiou Ihe mu-i-M uf tttid iea.ol aa
an li oil 1 Ia l, aea koiiik, witr .Uuiiner, In Im il.'tetiu
tned hy the Prtiei.lent, and .:u li .muael bh til tlii.ii
late I lie lime w illnu w... hll. e-tt-1 ,lut 1 1 he 1 fin
plelid. fyoee'eW MeivrfAelMt, 'I'litt tail Uioney .hull
liul I.e eMH-n.le.l uii;.a ll e reuiy ol It,,, Nav y
I. of opinion that the Mine t.ill net ore to tl.e puldio
ael li e an elle lent aleein hiilli-M.
Set. :i. And ha il ,i 1 tir ,,,.,,, ,r, Tli 11 1 the emu of
thllteull Ulllilullt ul ihillal a he a i 1 .1)11 luted, out uf
any lit. no y 111 l!.e Tre-niy nut ul 1. er vs ine a-pl opt ia
lei, I iule the he, ml iiy ..I th ay to lultitirilfl
ll 11 t Ia l .teitiu y uii l. ol war.
her. 4. Ami be tl iMiiArr ea. ieiW, That the Soeretary
ol the Na be aiiiliurie.l Iu tuliitiiiit,) the navy ra
linn ot full, e nn.l tne;irt ..r theevtiat" tif et flee, ttiin
biuinl Hh milk am I .ogai , lu he piut uretl 111 Uie tame
uiaiiiu r uud un.h r like reiti ii-ti. inn and guarantee,
aaara proM-rlril in. ul-, pi. kle., hi. Her, a 11 I demii, .
ruled Veii. lithlet, II lu .hall bllee l will Iv ri 11. lu.
fit, lo lUt. In allh aiel ivnulolt at Ilia l.uty, and not
In. ile etelil I e to the (io erilllielll Hum .tt piet. nl
lull 'II, .ill t it it kh., U nee. l UOle lu It 111,11,
A pluti d, Aplll 17, rt'.
V i' 1 i'. r.l.MO t Tiu -N.i. -T.j
A It K 1. 1 lln.N Irantlerrina the wit; i.-luu ol
ll. t epilui t vten.'.iii toil Die eiw. Unit of Ihe lirw
ilunie 1. 1 toe lie jut 1 1 men I i the liiieru.r.
A.i..i l.jf 14. v-i.o ri.tii ii.M .1 il'-pi e.. aniee.
ft tu ( ni.v.i si.tiiM ef An" -i,i ,a l hi. u,u,lll
'lhat Hie tUlfl vltl.tll ut thu lapll.t rt tell, loll and
the eie. il.ti ul III new il. U"' I e Mini Hie .aiue l.i
lieieliy tttiiifif,-) r.1 Hum tue t nr I'. parfment tu the
I'eitti tui.nl ul the Imeiiui. And nil oiietM'iidl
ii.uney w hi, h ha- hiei..l .e heen aj ioupi i.,ir.t, and
all ii.vli.y wheh may lie l.er.alltl . ..i ,Mt, t.ir
ei'l.' l ul the lui.uvi .im nt. hi t -I.. ,.. a 1,,, 1,1 iuiie.1,
h.t.l be v jieii.li .1 niel.'i the One. tiun and ..i-M 1
M 11 el ll.e . i.-t .1) "I ll'" 1 1, lei 1 1 f..., ,.(.., -J,.,
I10 IU-.Uy lierelutuie apriopi ia I. -I .l.tll Ih. etli.t,
l.'.a toe tiii'it'.l '.mn am liul .1
epl rei ui lli h a. I ni fi't-ary tu pi I
1, 111 injuiy ly the th u.eot. au.l
A pluti.l, Aplll 1, 1".J.
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1
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fl'i 11 11 I' 1 .1 1 1 1. n - N.i I
JiIST lll'-.'l.l ttt a.e lai it'i. .- tl.- .-etietar
tin' Nat lu le-l l',ll ale I III ,1. l l.,!. I. i, U leli
. ii't 11 I tl .al 11, I... I It 1 1. 111, , , li..-1-w I'
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w'i I li al Ilia e. .etui ul ti.. Nay la-an
lt..eii it a ul liu. etl lu . . 1 n I, lull ul ai-t mum
Ihel 1..-11. ', (ft i:li,-itiMi M I .f .! .Ml. .1, 1. t.i'ii
t tt-dili,i laenty litti thiauetnd dull.il., ! Il,e
a.HM. ul u.i.orf plant au I utau.i u.1 Ur r u.lt
tliip. r tl...!1..! t'All. ' le in. uliuii le.
Api':o id, Api il lo, I.k.
I h
y in
T I. II i1 S t 1
fuii t C-in, p r an'. urn f 4 0o
we'k
rw WiMW INm, er aannti, $ 0
' iT por aiiouin ....... .., $i 00
lt.ll't OK A 1) V KUTISI.VO
( rva uaaa ut imm m nimrrvva a aura! a )
1 -Snare 1 day 81 on ea. b adiMnnal Inaertltm I 10
I week. 8 on eteli aMttli4.al euare 1 an
" f "4 6b
1
" I month on
"1 oo
'8 " H M
.. 8 " 18 00
' H " Uf. '10
I 00
4 to
8 00
8 00
10 00
atxttrtai.t tv riaatrKa.
die tquare, one year. f:kt eiteh additional aqoare 910
writt anllee mul lei tivea u take out aua av p
advurliBeno-nit of ynriy i.lve.iiaort In-ft ra the year
ttpnet. olliewlpe we aliall otiarife till done.
No OMiiirui'i t.'ii.ly atlvertiaenieuta will be dlaroa.
anuad wittitett o mt eolle to ut, airt will any
Iharre. Ie ttia-ia t,,, ;,. .than one year at the yearly
al t
A A'tvemr.ro oxeMding tho opaeo ooa
aototfur will b charead for Iho aicaao.-k
I alia Ilia 1'iilonl
(t Lai a farUrger circulatloa tlian any
other daily notvepnpor tliat ha been
published here for years.
It is the offi ial newspaper of the United
States for Tennessee.
It il the Qlficiat newspaper of Vie Stale of
letmexaee.
It givi'f (lie litest news from Oit Military
DejmtmerU South, and later Van any otlter
Pper- .
It hat immediate communication with Vie
Military Headquarters, which no other
paper here has.
THURSDAY MORNING JULY 10 1862,
S porch or rapt. '. CAndrewi, be
forn -the Third ltrajlinant Ullntie
aotat Volunteer, at niurrreeaboro',
lenu., July 4lb, 1 801.
Fkllow-Soldieks, Officeus and Men :
Although duly sensible of the honor of
being selected as your orator to-day, I
fuel n hesitation in undertaking to ad
dress you with only three or four hours
notice. I think that anybody who un
dertakes to furnish a Fourth of July en
tertainment to tho Minnesota Third
fthould have something a little belter than
hard bread in hit haversack. In ray
opinion, you deserve, one of EveliKTT's
best orations, and I heartily wish you
could have such a luxury.
We meet here, far away from our fron-
Ltier hones. Natives of diilcrcut, States
natives of iliflWent climes represent
ing" indeed, almost every enlightened
part of the globe, we tind ourselves at
length pursuing the same path, regardless
whether it is tho path of danger or of
safely, mindful only that it is the path of
duty. Already have yon earnod that sub
lime tribute uttered by JVRici.rs gnd
which, in all time to come, will stimulate
to deeds of valor. "Those," said he, at
the burial of the first slain ia the Pelo
yonnesian War, "those, must be owned to
have the noblest souls, who, most acutely
ii-nsiblo of the miseries of war and the
tveets of peace, arc not hones in the least
eterred from from facing danger!" :
The heroio have a peculiar right to
conimeiiiorato heroic events, but it seems
Almost idle for us to be talking about tho
memories of tho Fourth of July. It
seems to mo yoti h.ivo been solemnly
commemorating tlmt day ever since you
first volunttcred in this war and pledged
yourselves to put your lives at hazard in
the cause of your country. In your acts
of duty faithfully performed, your real
to confront danger, your night-watches,
your long and weary marches, your
patient submission to the stern discipline
of war, yoti have worthily emulated the
example of those revolutionary patriots
whose wisiluin and valor are identified
with this day. And yet we may rotiMo
up to greater exertions, our hearts will
glow with more fervid valor if we recall
how great were the perils and stcrifiees
which were endured to gain the liberties
and the Government we seek to preserve
Herein was the surpassing merit of the
patriots of "7ti" lhat they sought to es
tablish a free and independent republi
can government, aud devoted everything
to tho work while it was merely on ex
peiiiueiif, and before they could realize
how beneficial would be. its cesults. If
they were willing to give up their lives
in order to work out an experiment, what
Ran idee ouht wo not to make to pro
serve that system of government ithen
we have neen its wonderful success and
its w idi'-spread bleshinKS V
Again, 1 heir sacrifices were all the
more noble and their example all tho
more praiseworthy and augunt, because
their eflurts Mere altogether voluntary,
and their purposes free flu in every thing
selfish. They were not driven by actual
oppression into revolution. They pros
pcrvd iu all the arts; ihey enjoyed atllu
m e; their ships sailed into every e.i;
they wert- rofined ami proud. In llirir
renpect.a Irgialaturt-s Ihey exert iaed al
uiiavt exclusive control over their local
And domestic allairt. IV.it the niotiier
Country asserted tho right of legislating
in Parliament on their affairs without
giving them voice in that legislation.
She undertook, at first, to. assert this
power in a manner lilllo more than form
at, and as if her object was principally
to show purpose not to abandon It. All
this could hardly have affected the tem
poral prosperity of the colonies. But
they resisted such an exercise of power
because it implied that they were infe
riors of other British subjects. They
were determined not to obey tho acts of
tho British Parliament unless they could
bo represented Ihere and have it voice in
the legislation. They were too high
spirited io submit to be inferiors. Tt vin
dicate their independence and the prin
ciple of sclf-governine-nt, they Mens will
ing to exchange luxury for poverty to
give lip their splendid commerce to he
hold decay ami solitudo on their once
busy wharves, and for many years to
suffer the hardships of war. Sins ky on
the ftcalfold, Hi'Mi at the stake, Uat.i.iI.Ko
in his lonely cell, Soi'RATPs drinking tho
poison, have each left an example of fi
delity and self-sacriGce which has ele
vated human nature and Encouraged
every effort for the right. But the era ot
our independence is crowded with grand
and heroic examples, and he who can be
Indifferent to them is not worthy to be
freeman.
In one sense this is ft war of indepen
dence. The people of Uie United Slates
in conformity with the Constitution,
elected Adraham LmcoLN,Presidont,(an d
here let me (ay.that, I hcartly believe he
has to-day more sincere friends in the
South than his predecessor, James Ba
chaxan had while President,) tnd ft largo
number of men were op in rebellion
against that choice of the sovereign peo
ple. It became ft question then, whether
our fellow-citizens who had given their
votes for him were to bo considered tho
equals or the inferiors of other citizens!
Whether in fact the right of suffer go
when existed in ft non-slavo-Ltolding
Slato was not equally as sacred as when
exercised in slave-holding Statu! I think
the question is in a fair way of being
settlod ; and settled too so justly and
effectually that nobody will soon again
daro to raise it.
When this rebellion broke out the peo
ple was almost bewildered. We had ltecn
habituated to sympathize with revolu
tions ; we had sympathized with the glo
rious revolution of lfiSS ; wo had sympa
palhizcd with Ireland in her longings
for independence; we had sympathized
with tho South American Kepuhlies, with
Greece.with Italy, and with Hungary,
nd wo paused in ftmazemcnt to re
flect if it was possible that there could
be any justification for the South to re
valulionir.e against our free government.
The first blow against our national Msg
brought us to our senses, We saw that
there was not a shadow of ft shade of
comparison between this rebellion and
those progressive revolutions I , have
mentioned. We saw that this rebellion
was a step backward, ft Step from pop
ular to aristocratic institutions. In rally
ing to suppress it therefore, we were not
only defending our own country and
Union, with its ten thousand precious in
tcrest,but we were preserving those in
valuable principles of liberty which are
the common inheritance o( the world. '.
In countries where the people are op
pressed by au unequal and unjust gov
eminent, aud w here standing army, au
ever-present police, and prisona, ttlille
the freedom of speech and the press,
resort lo force is ft justifiable remedy to
reform their government. But in a free
country, where the popular will constitu
lionauy exiirexHcu is sovereign, Where
men hare the most perfect latitude in
diKctisaiiig all their political aud social
mt satires, a resort to war io make
change of government, is wicked in tins
extreme. Never under ihe sun were more
paltry and frivolous pretexts for revolu
tion urged than those put forth by the
leaders of the rcltcllion uevi r any more
selfish and disreputable. Hut at.suuie
that their imagined grievances existed
admit that the duty on imposts, the privi
h ges of the coasting trajle, the bounties
to the aca fisheries, a:id tha agitation of
slavery were injurious to them; could
not time and reason redress every wron
Was there anything so oppressive that
they could not w ait a reasonable tiuio for
constitutional remedies lo be spplied'.
Why, what are four years of discontent
in the history of great republic tb!
ought to live a thousand years? Where
was I heir love fur the c iiinu u country
lhat they should bo so htitty? Where
their regard for tho aurces of xpular
govtrumeut that Ihey alioulj so quickly
court an alliance with absoluto rulers'.
Where was their repei t for tha fcl.irioo8
nwuiorics of our eras of aetihuient an j
Independence '! Where their reveren
fur the tearliinea f the il!uliiou8 fathets
of the republic thai limy should imperil
the liberties of this fair land? No Won
hr they proceeded t once to aboliah
the bbscrvAUce. of thus aniuverairs w hie b.
add luster to our history. No womb r
they ceased to cm tune morale) (he Fourth
of July! Ah, indeed, what wortls can
express tho scorn and execration which
they iU'Servfl for soch monstrous crimes !
But their Alleged grievances did not
exist. Senator HAyMoMn,of South Caro
lina, and Mr. Sitphkn!, of (iorgia, were
both right in saying that the South had
no real danger to apprehend from slavory
discussion. Senator IlAioioNn told his
constituents that slavery had been con
stantly gaining strength al tho South;
that it had received new judicial end
Congressional guarantees; that agitaliou
of the subject only made the South more
wilted in support of it, and lhat tho in
stttution had become strong as the rock of
Uibralter.
Refntir.g as we can tho rebel leader
out of their own mouths, their guilt Seems
all the more mn niotis. . In history Uiey
will apiear not only aa enemiea of their
country, but as Ihe malignant enemies of
mankind. And shall they be, permitted
to destroy this noble Government of ours'.'
Shall they much longer he allowed lo
bring devastation upon the country '!
They destroy the American Constitution
and Union! Tiiey tear down Uie fair
fabric of our liberties! They have as
good right to go ftnd extiiif uish the co
pious and living springs which gives life
and verdure to nature ; they have as much
right to forever quench the sources of our
great rivers which wftft commerce on their
bosoms ftnd revive nd fertilize the earth.
No, the Constitution is ours to enjoy, not
ours to destroy. .
We are not disposed to rail al onr ene
mies. It is not our interest to depreciate
them. Of course you had rather fight
gentleman than a loafer. Tho more en
lightened wo acknowledge our enemies lo
be, tnd the greater their jKJwers, the more
creditable are our achievements in sur
passing them. It has been said that the
great boast ol politihed life it the delicacy
and even the generosity of its hostility.
Certainly we will not deny the rebels any
Consolation they are thus far entitled to
from this telt. We camo with no enmity
towards tho South with no disposition
to molest their rights. Wo have exem
plified this in our acts. While wo have
seen many things behind the energy and
vigor of the North, wo have seen many
things to admire. We have seen much
culture and refinement. We have enjoyed
kind hospitality. We have visitod the
homes of the Southern jMtipIo. With
pleasure have we noticed their numerous
institutions of learning. . Wo have passed
where Iheir loved ones lio buried, and
witnessed in Iheir lofty monuments and
flower-besprinkled gravel how tender and
enduring is their affection. Thru things
have served to make us lovo and venerato
still mors highly a country so vast, and
whose civilization has so richly prospered.
. The rebel leaders charged that our
army would kindle the llres of insurrec
tion. From the bottom of their hearts
they may thank God it is not so. We
wish lo preserve careful regard for every
right of tho South. But Mill it is fair fur
us to say that wo mean, ia an honorable
manner, tore-establish the Constitution
in til its integrity. We Intend, and as
speedily as possible, to plaut the (lag of
the Union wherever it has before waved,
and iu such manner that it vtill reruaiu
constantly secure as the ensign of our
national supremacy. This we intend to
do al all hazards at all hazards. Slavery
it nothing, we ourselves are nothing, this
whole generation is nothing, compared
with the perpetuity of popular represen
tative government and the Union of the
American States !
I a-I us tako heed, fellow soldiers, Low
momentous is this era iu y hich our lot is
cast. Il will stand out conspicuous in the
history of the world. We desire to re
flect honor upon our State. Wo di-sire
that ahe shall not be behind any other
State in the share of valor she contributes
to this war. And, while wo are anxious
for her renown, let us remember that
every act of duly on our part, every he
roic doed wo perform, will add so much
to tho glory of our common country.
Let us then copy the example of the most
illustrious of heroes. Nay, let us Set bow
examples of valor examples brig bier
eveu than the annals of the past can fur
nish, so that gem rations to come will look
back to admit e this age. Our own names
may not become famous, but tho place
where we fell may become famous, het
tu determine to make it as eternal as
Thermopylae, aud So tho reign of Peace
will be longer aud more delightful when
again on easy w ing ahe shall dctceod
from thu skirt. So shall man's capacity
for self-govrrtioint bo brtter vindicated.
So shall the American name bo more re
spected throughout the world, sod uioru
dreadful lo Ihecmuiiri of l.lwrty. And
so our hardy mariners, as they rarry our
Bag above tlioin, will find a aafer pro
tection, hi ther they sail into the pn.ud
haiborsof warlike nsliuiis or jH iicliale
to bai baric ahorvt.
Twr,nly-ti,Lt Union Uieu, eitieiutof
Manon county, Ala., have Ui ftrrrsltd
nd taken to Culuinbus, Alias.

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