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NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE, FRIDAY, JULY 11, 1SG2. VOL-1. NO. 78 . vi mimr-- m. rr aw . B it i fji-oa ' u -rasM i z w hi i h si n u a 1 :j . 111. 11 1 .1 m . a n i-i j 1 1 1 . ti 1 i m i a ri :t')i : ( ! .!: -H'M. ... ,. I PUBLISHED BY AN ASSOCIATION OP fBIXTEBS. OFFICB 0 HUNTER'S ALLEY, BETWEEN SNiON AND DEADERICK STREETS. ( . . - , r ' m m . ' ' ' , j soiT (founts Sirtctnj.' CITY GOVERNMENT. ' " 'fc 'jOtIM Ht'OB fiMtTH,'jrvr. ' i WILLIAM 8UANK, AaeeedVr. i JOHS CI1CMB1.BV, AfaraAo. .. ....... 1 t I Ipi AfeeAie W. H. llkinion, A. C. Teeker, n4 JibH.'I.' , ..' Clerlj ofAe Mart. John tbuibly,e-ilo, 6rt JuS tttyM,aood.( end JeA.BlVldicB, third To iMwr-William Driver, j Kmtm Crikkr-A. B. Shaaslend Walar Tn tV7Wor F. n Oarrett ,.('--. ; ; ' ' ' WKvf Uatltr TUoif.l ' " flt( Owrwr-J. L. tHwi. . (V ion.f-Juh McPL.il 8mltb. : Board 0 ldwm-H.M. BtlM, PrlUl ( 1- t. 'HnwBaa.a.A J V.IUld,(f. A.BcowI.Wm. Um. i. C Pmlth, U 0. U tUilwrnn, nd J. obt. BubwU, T. J. YwbwugU, Wm. Drivi-r, Wm. i.wr, ii w ulllD.Jaml TurDr,U. M. Sou lu, 4. J.OoU, Ja.IMvil, Alr.w AidoD, J Iow, od iAu Cre'ly. ', (uMimii coMHiTTUM.or mi citt rocmn. riiw Sol", fcovil iml Cole. ' wl.-Aadcrsn',PmUh ml Clihurne. iu,. Yubrauih . Turoer , Suu thgali' , Ha t U , B r l a. ... u l:l.iluimfl. Mtyiia, vui.iM - . . . a....i nil Tiiraait. . THV.MIH,, f-MT . - rif iv, Cti(tUm mi U:. CWn-Cmlib, Ftwirt and Nownwn. AfvM jM,IU)bjrU,SlrtudTurur. Uoufh, Claiborne and nvl. J'olio-tbeathaiD.Brlen ard AnJcran. hyriiyt iluugh, CUilwrne and Brlrn. ii-rlii. t-haalliajn, 0rfJ and kuowlw. . rr.,.Iilur-Col, Bcuval aud ln w.n CrdJ. . . ' rW Prfrtt Brk,CIattaioand Turner. rn Unt HaylleM, Jone and MoherU. "Tle Bnerd ol Aldermen m'eU Ibe Tuctday . Hid lurond and f mrlB Tburadvya In rcb B"iitb, nnd lhi Common Council the trruud and loiiua luurfiaya In each u uih. , , NIOHT POLICE. (kfki-JubB Ban(b. trel lAutnmi Wm. YarlirouKb. niiJJ'iiJB Tm Jacknon, John lavender, Rich Pa .1. limine. Wbi. Baker, John OHlrell, William Majo, John Enilef, J. W. Wright, Johl Kuckelt, Hubert Kwtt.W.O. rraoela, Tuomaa rancie, nurw Joyee, Dald Tatee, and Cbarlea HuUti. mr Te Polioa Ceurl U opened irerjr morning It Bluee'rlrnk. COUNTY OFFICERS. Sawtf-Jamee M. JIlntoB. DpN(i-Tbomo 1I..U- bob and J. 1C. Vuohaaaa. - - - ' ' , BfitHr Phlneaa Oarrelt. t IVM(e W. Jaaper Taylor. Cre-N. U. Beleher. ,. , ' Banfr John Corbltl. JTrMxae ColttrlarJ. 0. Brllff. kaiiroad TaM OoUtcUr W. 1). UobarUon. I tkMtatM tr IA. A'a.irilf flufrirt-JuuB ! Uub-w and J. K. Neaman. I 1 COUNTY COURT. JmJf Hon. Jamea Whltwonli. , Clrrt I". Undah. NU h.il. B.-Tbe Judia'a C"U'I "-tii tke Out Atou.lay In ' each mnath.and Ibe Quarterly Court, comoed of the tlaiaitrateaerUia County, la held tba Sril Mon day la January, April, July and October, e CIRCUIT COURT. Jmltf Hon. Kathaalel Baxtrr. Clerfc-JJevId C. Lore. a-Tba Ctonrt moola lb 6it Uoni'ay la March - Bud BenlnibT.. ' ' ' ' CRIMINAL COURT. Juip UoB. William K. Turacr. ittrk Cbarlea K. tliggoB. agr The Court mecU the Orat ktonday lu A.rll, Au- f uat aad (Member. CHANCERY COURT. OUaceUer Hon . Saumel P. Prleriou. Clert awl ttoMtri. t. GUaree. JO- The Court tneeU (he Brat Monriay In My aud Karember. ' L 0. 0. T. Jvmj F. Bia,Oianderetiu.y,ahoiiia be nt'lreeerd at NuAifle, I've. ' Teaaaawt A'e. I Uifti tvery Tuea.lay tvo- tug, at tkalr Hall, oa tba comorsf Vnioo and Pum merltreeta. TbeolBoari tor the preaant tirm.are "T It UaBride. HO.i 0. 8. Leeuaur. T d .: J'hu F. Bide, Bfcrelary ; T. L. Mamkall, Treaaiirer. Ihm flr, No- lu Ueeta at the rarue .'a.' nit, klondav Kveulna-. The oBhert are : Rolwrt Thoinnaoo. N.U.; R. A Campbell, V.O.j Henry Ap- le,oeretary j B. r. Browa, Treasurer. . BHiilr ''. S. 0 Meelaat their lUll.nu S uih Cbarrv tnal. evary Friday kvenlng. TUa idtlirre . j.r.luUv. N.U.i O. C. Covert, V. ti l T. B lUdea, iiorrotary W. N M ilkiry, Tr. aauror. Aarera lorfye, Ae. lt, (iiiiuiai,)-Me.Ma at ma Uall, corner of VbIob and Kummer atneu, every rhuraday gvul"r. The I'ftlouri are : B. Iw-ub. lbelM, HU .; Oiarlea BU h.V 0 ; John llorhei I. h, aViri'tury; Uoo. F.tferle,Tri'aiier. JtWy ICacawifaMa, 1- M.elaat Uie above Hall oa the ttrat and Iblid Wrdneedava of ea. U ro oib. Tke oiBoare are O. 8. l ur, I'.P.j J. K- Mil l. II P.; T. B. Mcltrida.H W P. B t'oh man, J W ; R. II. Mc Iwen,p.irlte , U. H. Cutter. Tieolurer. t)dV. Br.nHk A'eM.)el, K. 4 Mia at the nbova lla'l on the eeou-l ar.d tourlb Wodneidajr ugbu eieaeb muatb. The olhi era are : R. l.ebmn, C P j Jaa. T Bed, H. P.; lloury Al'I'h'.X W ; L. II. n,ltheock, i W. F C al,sa, arlbe j J. N. Ward, Treaaurer. A8PIYAL A!p CEPABTVKK OF TEA INS. J)Uiavllla Naahvllh'R R. Train hvea at T 45, A.M. ii i. "i " arr. at 1 30, P.M. Keabvlhe A l-oaiur R K. Tie leave, at 4 00, A kf. .. arr. at I w, P Kaah. A l-hlluo. , R R. Traiu loavaa at 10 00, A U. u arr. at lil.l'.M ADAUI XIFEES COUP AST. Olllik. No. ol, luiaai 8iaaer. 1'aia.oia nl( lo , uH l .tijbl aad r. kaf h Ike Moialug 'tiuiM of tbe loiiaviLLB a Nata bi,- au4 K.avruix t tacTta" Bmlb.um, Bout nae the aaua al lh Orboe by I o Vloa ike Datiohoii CouKtt Dieectobi Continued., JULITAUT QTTAJITEBS AUD OtnCEItS. JuW-Keailqaarteri oa lligb atrtet. Ilea, burnout coiiiBiaiidirif, . . . irk Headn'iailera on Summer atroot (W Pord'i rneldeace ) Capt. Ureen, A. A. O. , ' Proroat WanM Tlfailqiiartora oa ChurcU ilr.ci. (Female aceitrmy.) l. Stanlry Matthev. t'iiV QrUrmtuur Headquarleia oa Ckitrry ItreM ; No. 10, (le.lge Catten'l rraldenee.) Cat. J. D. Bingham. AuMamt Qarfrwuunr ChaUannega Btpol Japt. R. EtaTeaaul. Ami Qnarurmittr Tina etret, kear atra. Polk'a reeidiinre. Caut. K. N. Lmh. M C'flarTMMUrr No. 87, Market atrret. Capt. J U. tla. ' Cat Cemmuaury HeaUuartara, Ku. 10, Vii. at. Cat. R. MacCwIy. ; a QUMtnM Ihoad etreel. Capt. H. Little. Adit CbmmuMry of S7(i Cornr r of Broad and Collnf atreeia. I.leut Cluulaa Alloa. ' i iT(4ea IMraotoK-tummee atreet. (IV. Ponl'i old naideace.) Burgeon, K. Swift. I iltdiad Pm-mfr'i CJUt-Cbarch ttroet, Maaoale Building. J. X. nana, Kurgeoa. lib Kaaluoky In taotry, Acting JIuuical l'uireyor. . - AERIVAL AND DEPABTUEE Of MAILS. Kortberi Mail.vla Loulavllle, arrivea Rally, 1.34 P.M. leavei T.45 A.M. Columbia, via T. k A. K.H. arrive ' 6.0 P.M. lo.T.i " l.i 0 AH, Shelbyvllla, via . A C. R B, arrivea 3.M P.M. laavm 10 00 A M. Ubanon, rrlvee " 11.00 . leavea I CO P.M. Memuhla Mall, lea T Pally, v a loulavllle and Cairo. POHT.OFKiCKB OPKN BKYOND LEBANON AUIt Liberty, Alexandria; (lordonaville, Kuilthville, Watertovrn, ' Jenning'a Fork. rosT oiFicrs ON UNI OF V. k C. R.R.- MurfriHnhi.ro, Fortervlllo, Jord.ia' Valley, or Bhelbyvllte, rhrlatUtna. Palmetlo. B. B. CONNOll & BR0., conni!Mior triKK hajitx, HO. I COM.KliC BTllKkT. w Mioolt Jnat rrelvpl and lor aal low lo eoe out toiHitimou"! LOU Bl'iJ. tali, lor ale by . ap t CONNOR A BHO. 100 bnxea HALT, for aula by apt fXINNOR k URO. F. Coila ROI'E, Tor aalo By JU aui CONNOR A BRO. 40 bh;. Coal Oil. apt , tor aale by CONNOR A BHO. t r hair bbla. Coal OIL, !w aal by I (Jap 8 LOSNORABKO. i . rr A doaen BROOMS, for aale by IDU apl CONNOR A BltO. FjQ i""" SOAP, 'w "ale by CONNOR A BRO. Q boxea 8TARCM , for aale by CONNOR A BHO. It) cbeata TKA, for aale by ap CONNOR A BRO ) half eh(u TKA, ror aale by l apl CONNOR A BRO. I ) cadna TkA, fur ai by I ap I CONNOR A BKO. f boxee Veaal POWJiKKt, lor aale by U apl t.oNN(i A BP.O. 2()c So"A '"' aiy CONNOR A BRO. 1 rf groaa MATCH KM, fur aale by apl Ct'NNOR A BHO. boaea Star CANULfc ,lor aale by ZO a I ONNOIt A BRO ilti boxea CoYr kK, for aale by ZD apl CON.NOR A CO. A bbla. VINKOAK, I r aale by It iil yklta SAI.UON,r r aale by CONNOR A BKO. CONNOR A BKO- 24 kite M ACKKHKL.tur ra:e by apl CONNOR A B1U). 5kiU HKRR1NU, for aale hy apt CONNOR A BHO. 2 kite HH'aD, f"t aale by ap I CONNOR A BKO. J(J bblaTKOl'T, for aaie by CONNOR A BKO. I V bbla. MAC'KKKKL, for aalo b IV7 apl NNOR A BKO. 4bhU. CUIKK, for aalo by apt OINNOU A BltO. b..i, dried llKHINH, f..r aalo br 10 apl U'ViNoR A BKO. 1 (i boxea tried rlraled, for aale by 10 ap I CONNOR A BKO. kena NAilJt, loraale by OOSNOU A BtO. c r bbla Cruibed Sugar, fbr aala by Ok) apl t. NNOR A BKO. I a I baa alh Al., fur aalo by -alej apl CX)NNORA nllO. CONNOH A BKO Oft oaaka IIAU.4, for aalo by ZkJ apl Cif oaal" Slllil, f"e aale ny ZJ apl COS NO A BRO. CONNOR A BKO. "7 bbla Hue I'UTA fur.s, f"r aale by ZyJKJ apl CONNOH B BRO. Of" bolea frrab tiard.'u t-tr.H, f r a.le by riU ap cosnoRABRO. 8 bbla omon i-Ms, fr rale by ap niNMlK 4 HK(I. 101 tteroea t'anvmayaeit H W -i, w iih a lurije ad m all aori o O'HHin, whic.ii we wdl c,.oej out o, at tturol l auud, N 6 tXlleerir et p B H. OtSVoR A HRO. DR. COL K MAN'S m mem F I lliK at ten lion of oUiaeaa, tr,Vtyfa,and aibera rla 1 tting NiaBhvihe, rei)iriiii; mv.,tai aid, la reei-. iuily called to Una otnc, No I ie u k ulreel, aeo mJ i IliMir, lHiwtaiQ berry aiid lb p!.-,r. Itf. tu vMAN ta an old praetiiHiner f aaadlcitie, hit aluuail uu inn led eip r tenor and ttatwrinc a )- for m4iiy yeara wt, iu tke treatmetii ol tauv.Ta I if mm, hmi iaiiocar4t him to devote b a undivided a ilea Ih tt K duaeaaa.'a iof lioa n-ituro. Maay rawa o( lba aioal invetrate ciiam ler have prtuupily ytvidad to hia Hoprovot method ul tettjilmeiil. Prima y , W.n.tary, Tertiary viii Heretlttary Hy6 lha, tiou-wrrlue, tileal aud all it j the yd-ura and arouwy oitUAf, m,eei with ai ra leidutoe to hit re u id tea. A l.ioale Irrecularitlea atii fuoetiiaaal Wrdereuire nieuta ot tbe Worn, aud liie diuM ariauif Itota tiiwtaiioo and ill menited parti.nin.o. Every ixae ul Kim ibie Knpiur, and at rtlee,ai rVi.Upaua of tbe Heclitm. aad ai-wl oaara f visuita. nan be cured by a pi-wee a-t 'Miauwe. If nihet ul IU tattler iwaa la 'lerl4Ba ky lr, tbreanaa, a Cure ta nwrvi tv-AJrt4. a a tamreful eiainiwetted imii iMenia UHi u44kv) iBiHaiHauauf tmmi m Aii'-4ly bo unproved metm-d of ei-adkUtu;. l eiaoua ot iiunr a apply tii la p-r . ur by leitet (drat-nbiuir taee) lba rai ttpt-'ma of auy aiuie jniig ttiseaee, cao k curt I, lu anwl CAva, by ta gkU.y ttwiio.l, kti r.f iy 4 4eht t'o-mi Hirat otmftJaiice, pi "in a'i i iv.-a . and BKHlt-raw ekvAFt, wid i-iweia Inni aUJi kta pairAaa. 00- Vo anerrurv UbtI ta U icuaiiweol of d4Prea dueoM-i, M be m.ievea ( io nAtaji i4vre, it prajuuteee word'tarAaau tl.au that tt a to curw. Otttoa iwuia I um ajbl In lUnoiim till aiaa tt lMavoniii. jaAilaae-lf mmmm by riiuoid .opesed K Nashville, TcnntS!,e:t llunUTllIr, Alabima. ONLY 22 MILES STAGING. T EAVK N AailTlM T. IVFRV M RN'IN 1a it I o'cli k. arm iw m lliinlvill atm day f anriwr, via elnmkK, 1'nlaakl and At Items Hallremd, (I cnn. tc. Ala.) 14 Passenger 4 Ilorso Coachea DAILY XllVIMEtv 1IUNTSVILLK R. R. STAGE LINE. 1 have (fn::i iic.'.l ruiiLHig a dailv line of ataKM, rcti.'n t .k K ver and Ki ynoia stall m, I unli'9 Norih uf i The tralna on the T. A A K. R. are making dally trla from Nafthvllie to REYNOLDS STATION, And the tr'nn on the M. A C. R. B,, muklnit dnllr trll iiai HuiHUvllle ti Ik River. riwciijr.'rii ran l Nhvill at fl A. M. making Uuntstr.Je at Uow coanrrtiona maae at tlior enu o7 tue roan. J. 1.12 Ani.l S, Proprietor. For f irlher Infonnalln oan'ilre at tlw Ticket Ofr)i, Ko. Jio, North t'4ioy dtreut, Kourtii door from Uniou. t )uiyi .own. Eailroad and Omnibus Ticket OFFICE, ! No.' 25, North Cherry Street,' (KOl-RTII DOOR FROM fSIOX). FKltWA'S MICXIN'U I.KAVINO THK CAtTC BT thu Hull Koad, will And It U tli. ir liilrrcst to puri'haec tliotr tlrkeia at thia where tx krta f un bo bid to all the principal cit iu Ihu North, kitH anl West by the aliorU'Hl and mokkuhuble ri.ute. Alar thrttiiftb rerelptu rau be rivrn T r all claKna of fretbt by the quikeat aud aa low ralne aa by any other roui. .ny further tnfortnatiun ran be given by calling at the ofltcQ. W.W.CIIAIO, Urn'l Ticket Ac t relgkt Ageul. Julyl dtr. , Committed to Jail OF Davllaon luanty, June IT.-.h 1K8J, a nejro m in who e.iye bit nam-- ta AltUAHAM; vaye be butobkia to Simtiol Atkeu'oo of Clieatluiin couniy Tenn ; eiro about kl or :ri yeita old,wel;ha about 145 or 160 lba , 6 feet I inches bigll, rorper color, war oa bitik an ul one irch loog, amall ar etlg-t) vf lba bull above rigni impie. The owner ih requeued to eonte rorwarii, prove pro perly, mu pay cbargor, aa Ice Uiw dirtria. unc2 3t Pliei Iff and Jailor of P. 0. . Committed to Jail OF Dt daoii oouuty, Juu KI, IH'J, a uvfre man lo Tbum-ui 1. W niker of Manrv county, Tnn.; -k? about of $t) pri ottt, weigh 3 nhuut 150 damiiki. (e.t 3 Iih'Iih lu h log lit ; colr i!ftck, no m irtt; ThowDfrI ritfiUfNU'd to come rorwn d, iirovf pro liaity, a tl yy ch-rgwi, aa tt w til'tctt. JanX29 SC MiprlfT.nd Jutiuff ) C. Committed to Jail OF Parld-oa wmoty, Jud tl, lvflt, a frro man wbo pari hti ainia M AKTHUK ; aoi btlootra K Wm .. Hmart ot Warrn ctunlr, T. uq.,khI ab iut 46 yram ; ivai.h4 aburii 146 or 160 pm-)ia ; 6 f h-1 ) lo btia bit i ;ixrr black ; b wlusknf. Tba awt4r la rrqiifMt-d to cioi forward. irora proarty, and pay eti.tr Ren, at tba law dtrwu. J. M . HI N lri , (u nrS 81 tsharUI and Jailor ofl). C, Committed to Jail Ur Iaavldana emmty, Juua TS I, ISO'i, a negro boy, who tayi hli name la AlA.aud be lung a to Win M t)rejrtar of w ( mn co. ; aa years old ; wetn ahout )oO ur noun da ; a feel tmdie-i bitfh : odor b'a k : uvur on neoaLd linger on lait hand. the owner It reuuented to coma firward, prove properly, and pny uharvea, aa the law direein. J. i. I li .vri 'I , J inet 2'--at Slier ifT and Jailtir ml it, C. Committed to Jail Or Duvidton oouuty, June 9ft, lfH,2, a neiro man. who aya Im name In MANlaX i iy ba beiOriKi t-i VI re. lurlnka ('. Ilrown of Maury county. ncarSpifra; lli I, Tenn; aea about VU yeura old ; weiglis ahout ITU or lKOMjontta ; ( loet U tuhea Mh, iiuall hear m centre forehead. The awner la requeatad to com forward, prove pro perty, ami pay curk-ee,ej tUe taw uireuta. J. kV HINTOM, June'sA I Kheriffand Jailor of l. C. Committed to Jail OF havldriuo cocuiy, Tenn , J'ins 10, iHti-l, a rrro girl, who eiyi bar nnia w JOANNA, and belouya lu Kobart V dlituiui, nf KraukliU, kf, til -boat 17 or la yean ; 6 lo. t 3 .tic-iea b;j;h ; wtiicua about '0 rouia t dark enier color, t he Owner n requested t'n-ome foiward. prava property, and pay chirujeJ lit, l (Mmi'U J. al. HlM'ii, ttinew- li Sherirf and Jiiilur ol I). I'. Committed to Jail fT ravtdmn coiiaty. June lutli, ti6i, a ni-ro man V at h aa tin a an. a ta MlLlt'S t aya ba belona Ui Joaepb Carter, of M:imhall cmiotf, Au-, ? about 'it yetim ; weiahii .(15 poumiH , 0 loet 7 tM hca h;b cd.ir black , pi tr by burn ave tm iliit writ the owner la rvquasleU cima oh WJrd, prove oro lrty, aiid pay Wruv-e Hl law uirecia. J. M . invrov, lunell 8t Hl.t-rifl and Jailor I O Committed to Jail OK Divulfou cunuiy, Jotie ' th, Iwi, a negro man who ae hm n -ma Ih I'AMKi, ; ayt be be!i'iit 10 Krotwd Ih-wi. if M trebaH ouuty, Ala. , afa atvot 11 er 'i yeara ; w 1 or lo6 ion. ; 6 it a he kiri , no m'ka 4 e-oior hi, k Tia own-- i reneAl. ed to c tone ftvrwwcd, prove projeenv, and py rhar)(ei aa tba law direct. J. at. Ill :l 4 N . Jinjela hlicrifl aud JiUr, 1'. Committed to Jail OF Davldoon con my, Joue lith, Itto ' a naro m.n wbo a) his name U AAUnN ; aayrtie Ik-tout; lo J t arte-, uf tirh:iH cmiiiIv, AU ; u,ed Rhtxii )U van ; wei.li about 10 or M p umU, 4 feat i, tut lo high , r.o Da rki , i lor biav k. '1 uw oh iir it rurfi--stl to omit 'nrw ji il, prc pr"pei t y , unit p t rim ce aa the law dlicla J M HI VP'N, JniteH-4 Mier'II lid JaihtT oil' i Committed to Jail 0r V l-avideoo OiHinty, Jtina llfih, IM4 tuvru tnm abusive hLa name la ALK : vava ba bt-la tut-a to J.ocy i-M) th, of t avi dfoo i u iiit lean,; ajjed about vl yenia , Wf.hi i4 or 1 rrt i-mnrlt ; 4 (, el e ' iiichia hi. hj ivvpiter coivr ; ii-tmarLa, 'lha owner ia retjuf stt-d ii ci'uti' f ra afO, prov a property , aud ay iL-rgt o the I w 'l.i ct n. J. M llINToV, pji.elS Jt HhcriM aud .Uiu.r el It. i Committed to Jail OF TaVKlwu ooumy, June 14. lefltf, a nejfro man, wbeaa) bit uani. ia (iko.ii.k; V? i.llt St. luN ; aatl ha b,liHiKa b .iy Aoa Yeaigui, ol rrr e. uc.l) . ky , aied .Ihuii 4j yn , ik.l 173 or Iwi lba ,i Ni I i. b. i Ii 'i ; co.i r k .aiiuul a. r on fi.rebea.1 ; tu.ail i(..ate' Tur owner l r.'M'O-.led lo ooinr f.'rwar.i, piof e proja rly mii iny i barii'-. u tbe law Ui'.u. J. li. IliMus, (nl.f l Jl Slior'B an I .la i..r ih i. C Committed to Jail Of lk.vl.lKMi ooamy, June Wi iHrt'l, . oi.rre e.l alioauya h t u .mo la I 1 1 I kl IU S j ) lit b. h.n,a lo Hi v.'Ki'ii. aa. ul Mj.iry io,,u,v . i,u , ara al .ul ;'D year, j ,,,, .( h , ,,r n (uoila I Irel t 'a IU, llel b l.h ; lU bualiy U lr , I ..pi r oolor J no iu ha ihe ,.wner ia roju-wU'l to i..ino Iit warU, prove primarily an l a.y ohaigH. .a th law Ul r"a J u lll.MuN. jou.U-34 Slieril aud J.". ol ll C. Committed to Jail OF Iai'ia..n tvunly, Tmn , Julia oili, Hl,t ne. tro ,tl, uaiMs .-vM.l lr.; aa ll.e bt"iira to train ..i,., ,f u.u,, (uuniy. T.ua Sid ul about U t.r 0 yeara oiU , w.il.a ab-iul lA'ot ll iiu a; 6 f . t A tb.b.e lii.b , iwo ania'l a.aiauu lurelii..! ; fcjtr on ufiHir iip .t the a.ie o( tke uh. ; f"Mr e.eur. lh owur ia reouated to r.ieje lrward, rote nrepoitv, aaid imv hhaiava, aatheuiw dieie ' J at IiibTOV, . Jiuieaai HieiiH aud Jailor l l, C. OFFICIAL. thf oiiMtKal Iirlui4iit or lha army. tU U -tc' hm ( fimat ami JYmiaw nf Ryrmrnl'i- iVii, 'i hat Uieracliall ih al'lo-l to tha pifwnt mnem crw of lha army tu ui rishh and ton aitnnt fr g.'.nn, U pi uiiMi4 i ami apnitt under iiiia l&m ; twaniy uMircai imi, aai aa miiy aiwiw tttcwanli aa tba ftiirgtmn ffHOfral may CAenMdar n--c- aary 1- r tha (riiMiic tM-rww, aun thai mair mj ami that at. hif'ital mc ward, ta lha vwluotr a f II tut thd regular arvh -hull h thirty d.Mmr ir moulb, t la cajiiiiniud from tba patsnairw of tbi act. Aud all me heal caih-trt in the aervic htill, in atd iUm to ihotr my, raoatva una ration iar day tltbar in kind or conuiiuiatHm. rrc. 1. And ha if furtkt mnd. That tha anrttaon KTniral t.i ba aiwiiiii., utp(- r tins a i ibfill ha tha rmik, ly, a-d aniiliin.ntn of a lr)Rditr nfiit-ml. 1 lino -iiull I w iiia a--Bi-1 at -urfMii .wui-rl and vit Iiu'ilit jil limN'rtor h-mkmrI "f Ih-wi iIhI?-, li iHi tVa r:.nk , ;? r. an - aii'i.ii- 1 1 a dn-o f iAi1rr mul lliu nitvlu al iii('tor giiHra) havt-, uuder tha dirfrt'tiun uf th Murica KfU'Ji, lha (tiicrrx iaua i if all that related lo ttit siinitttry condition of the ar uiY, whether In trail uioru. (luarUra or cam, and of thj hyh na, poh a, dirM-lina, and eflh leu y of fit? id and fcfQral bipiU.t( under our.h trgulaiioii- aa may h to iHi'f le MMt hod, 3. Jni M it furttter tiwrtrd, Tliftt there -hall ha etphl ntadlral lnH,)(H4ini, with lha rntik, ay, mn4 emolument ea-h ufa Ueutnaut colonel of uiv.'liy, bd who hAll be .-hart:-1 wiih tlie duty of ln-wiliin the sanitary condition of trau.sorU, tjuartpre, and camK, vf fifld and goii'ral b"iiti, ami hrt nhall rett to tha m1val inn,tir ireneral. undrr ia k rt'yiulaUona an nrny hs kerti.fter -Uiblid, all cir t-uui"titn-e;i ridivling h Mia naiiiUiv condition ana WMftt. rf ttrt! and of hrtdtlr, ant ta tit rktll, f ttwf uvy, aad icood oondw l uf the olth-cra aud at tan dan in connected with t!ie autiit-al taf'-m t nitit. r-r.v. 4. Ami ftt M furihtr enact J, that tin- nurceon Kanoral, tba atrial tnt rnirnottn i;aiuai, modkai m i4aprtur eaneral, and matUiAl inibectiiri, shull uniue- dtatrlv aflt r the iktvHire of Ohm art ha apiHHiite! by tha I'rexurieut, by aud with the advit aud oonnt of tha twuate. by ie lion from tno uitui.ai -tkrua ui the armv. or from the itr'nitn tu the voluntiMT hit ioe, without r4gard to their rtitk when no aa rrti d, but wUti Mile rricaru tu MHaiiucairuui. rcc. h.- A'd 6a W j'u rider emutnl. 'Dint medical pur veyor Hhall I clmiiitd, uii'.t'i the iiirt dou of thu HHiKeon general, with tha Haleotlon and nn haisa of all uieukal u()ilie, iiuiiidino; uow sUiDluil prupara tioim, and of all hook1, In-lruui ntM, hti-itul tun-B, furnitare, and cHlier arttdH repaired tur the au k and wnuuded of tha army. In all caM ofeitiitr noy they may orovMa MK'h additional aAcoiiiiutNlatioit.s for the htrk and wmtuded of tire army, hint may tin or port 9Urh medical fuppliaa mu circiiiM-lahuf' may rta der ui'cemiiiry, uudor him h reulutiwnn w may here after he eMajdMhed, and uhall make proinp Hiidiin nwdtale tfnuaH upon all special reiitMithiiH mu'le upon them under m b cireuint(.ut by no (iital oihi ttrri ; and the k pec ml ronuir,iii.iiM .-hell cn-it mi iu ply of a lUt ot the articlwi niuired, Ho ualitia reiilred dii ud, and nig mid hyaihe molkai oilitvrt rU.rini; them. Hko. fi. And bp U further imnrtii. That whenever the inspoctiir Keiieral. uraity oue of tha medit al ljmaet-t , unt hhall ieNii t au otlU-er of ihu mcdti al curpM a dm qtmlin'xl, hy ae or otherwise, for promotion to a h ither urivte, or annttod !r tne fieriormanre of tun proleiioual dulim, he ali ill lo reported, by thenur Keon general for examine! on to a inlt al boanl. as providttd by the aev'iitti(li aei-Uon of the art ap provixl Aupfuet thiid.eiuhhi nthundnnlamlaixty our. re. 7. A i4 b tt Jurtttrr rnuUi, Thai the pro wioiiM of thin art ahnll continue and le In lorre rturtus the extritonco of the prevent rebellion aud no longer: Vo- roieW, rWieeirr, lhit, when thin act than expire, all oillcern who shall have bei-n promoted from the medi cal atail of lh v army under Hi act iha I retiun their re.-ia-owve ruiik iu lha army, e till mu li promuiiou aa tlioy would htive been entitled to. Approve. , April in, FPtJiMr Xo. 52.1 AN' ALT to at.thoiie tha Poalma-ter-Ccm r(l to a--- tub hah brum h pot olhci-M iu citu-. ft" U tnMrtrt by th) famrU nnd Htnit nf Hf-prt-wtu- ttifrof lae I Hited N4 ft Amtrttxi ta tknujrem Mrm- 6.., that, the roAtmaU'r taeneral l aunuiri.e'l and lireated, when in ni jurticureiit the fnione inierenc or c-tmveqji'uce may rAuira it, t eMaldlsh one or more bra ch poi otliceA, In racditnt tint u;irallii of the poet-oftlre In any city or plru-e v lib h, In t be opinion uf the Powtinantur General, may require urh additional accomuiodationa tor the citiiveiiiruce of the Inhahltaiitii; and It "In 1 1 te the duty of (tie I. -"t maetertueral to mwfecrkho the rulea and refiubi' tloim for the branch pont-oHtc wbh Ii muy Im ewtitb luhed by virtue of thm act. And tbe rwtmatoi tA'tieral ia ben?bv authorised to rhurae one eent, iu aildiliolt tu tha regular po4ini;e, fur every lettor ih LXMillMl iu any braneh uxat-onieo to Im; Imi wm.1 ilea by uiall from tno linneipai oniee, aim wnren until no ureiMtid by atump, ana one cant lor every IvlterUe livored nl iui u oraiicu nn. o, w oe puoi on ueiiYoiy i iVorob-iI. That no letter 1.I111II Ti aelit fnun the prut. lout olllte to aih'h branch olllra tor uelix ery coutrHiy to the re.iueal ol the party to w hom the aiiliie may la) nlitrealM.il : Mil jtrot n("f. Die axjiolisf ol auell brancb arvire ahall not exewil tba roceipta ou aeeount thereof. Sie. a. ytncl 1 farther ninrlril, Tliat llio tenth er lieu of an aet enlltleil 'Auoet lo ehtahlUli rerlmli pi.Mt.iuuiea, and lor other purpoaea," )rocil lau h llnrd, eiKhttin hundred and foityvan, be .uid hereby ia reja.irtl. Approved, April 1(1, lee.!. f Puui.io No, 6:1.1 AN AfT niakiiii; aihlttlonnl appropriation! for the nnval aervlce lr tno yar enuing Juno thirty, etahtoeit hun.lrel aim anty two. Ht U ttVHtfil by the ieime uttd JliiHAt nf RfftreriUiu tirm of taa f'ainf WMetof America im f 'opfTM aaaetn. oiait, i'hat tha toltowiua' auuia be mud thoy are Iterol.y approprlalrd, lo im paid out of any money in the Treasury not ollierwlo appropi lalel, .,r tile aer it of tha yearelKhim.it huudied and aixti-tau. l-or the purchase nf vvaaeiaaud UeeeaNiiry nltera. tioriw iucnrreil in ftttintc them foi eirvier, two mllli on ttva aiiuilreil aud thirty thoueuud .lollura. IT or tbe puri'haao uf ad.htiotjwi vt.'ela, tMO luilli. 011a of dollar. k'or the purt-haae of naotiral Inetnimenta, booka, nj'i'H, and charta, twenty thouannJ doliaia. Fur n pulra at Olnerval.n v, ri, i, l,t, and Inui-j.or. tatlon, liirae ttiouaand iloilara. kor tha ortluauoa fouuudry at tho WaidiluKhm aai j yard, tiny tiiouaoiei ooiiara. k'or ontname, one million d.dlara. bio. I. le if nrlWr eoort.d, Hint Ihe aiim of lcvtn huiKln-il ami olliiy-tbreo iliouaaml two liund. red and nltiely-liiiir UollHra, boini; I .nioitut heovt airy to le provlileil, aa entimateil tiy a board aiilioint au iorthat piiiKno, to pay lor am llulah tha hU'veua' battery now p:.rlially ronatrui led al II.. I... ken, New Jerai y, Im. and the aanie ia hereby appropnaUMi out ul any aiouey lu toa 1 rouaury u I oihei w ia appio- pilMl.-i lor the iiuuieiiiale coin'leti..u of aoid tat- ry : IVikIai, 1 hut In the onulrnr, lur tbe oomnlo. tmn of aaid voaavl it ahull be atlpuiated that 110 rt i 111 lllLllrV viillllieil i) f.ilHIII A. oti'VI'll'l tOliilO been heretofore enlniletl-ly Trtia, upon aiid vraael ahall Im roluinhHl until tho amount of aaid rlaiiu ahali In eauhllaueo to the antlalaolluu of til tary of til e Navy, and the iHtinicnt of aaid anin aluall ba eoatini;el.t Ujmn the aiu.. ea. of aaid vea.M-1 aa aa iron ela.l, ae -Ming, wal atoamer, to tw ileterm- toed by the I'reai.leiit, and aueli fontrnrl ah.ill slipu- latai the tune within wjIi-Ii th amh1 ahall Imii 1- plottMl. iVoiMed aeiariArfeM, Thai aaid money ahitll nut Imi e.iiied uiile-a tbe N-eretai y ol llio Navy ia of opinion that the aauie will ereum lo the inl.ic er lee au ellleieut ateam bnlterv. tie,'. 'A. And ba If Jutkr aoniw-W, That III aillll l.f thirteen Ulllllona nl liollal a U, ail e.l IMt. '1, nut of any muln y tn tbe Treu- ,11 y not nthei a ih n.prupi'ia- teii, to etiiihle Ihe Hei ret:n y of the Nav y to l oualt ui:t ir u ..la I aleam veanelaof war. hee. 4. Aul fc noiA.r e.....,.., That t tie Secretary nt the rvuv y lav aol hoi tw: lo eoininuttf th nnv y la tlun nl t'onee nu i anar, lor llirl:ae ol eurfo, niuevi wiiu milk au i anar, 10 ne pro, tired 111 lite bmiii maiiiit r and under like renin, tiniia and ituuninleea aa aro pieaurvwl uiealH, pn klea, butter, and deani,- eate t V e'etabiea, if lie ali.t 1 1 b. ll.v a It will l.e t-uiitlii. eive to Ilia health and loiiilxrt of tha navy, and not uiore oMteUMv n to the liv uniiiiiut titan th present laltoli, itlel if it alt. ill be irvul'tahU to lite m II. A pro, nl, AjiiiI IT, leoj. Prune Itr.aot 1 1 nil. No. yl.J A IlKSoLl 1'lllN tianalei 1 111 ; the tu-rv iciuii uf lite t apitnl extenati n and f Ii w are, tn u nf the new dume lo the liepaituienl ol ta Interior. i'tt!td la fa .SaHna UM.i hiMm t Ii' pr. ntvltrra vf l'ia I nifetf tit'ttit 0 Am.', no la l'i.i.;fu oaatn.M. .f," 1liat the ailla-rvl.toll ul tho (a llul ttalenalon and Ibe ere, tiou uf Hi ih-w itoine l Biiil tha aaute la beiei'V tranab iretl finin tl. VVal li,.i,rt ,t lo tlnr lerluienl of th Interior. Aud all Intel eiiteil money which ban lieielolor Ihmu a.piuprule.i, and nil money v.hith mar lt hen alter ..i j'ioprlaliMl lor either Of til Iniprv.veOieiila iieitt!or liienl lnne.1, aball 1 a,iiil,Hl uuder lb dnta tiou anil auj , 1 , i aloii nl the rvexret.tiy ni the Interior : J'ti.ieo.i, I'hat no uvuy herelofoie anprui'i la le.l ahall Ihi ex .oiled Ufiuu th 4'hl'iloi uulli a.tthuiKed by tnieaa, n tiepl ao lute it na 1. ne.eaa.ti y lu protect the him. ling liolil Injury .y the clviionla and lo cmpl. lc tbe duiit. Approved, April Id, linj. I't at.ic Ri.aul I TtoXNo. J. J JOIST RK.-ol I II11S aulliai liin- 1 1. a Secretary of th Navy to teal plana aud male 1 tela for Btb.ieilng an! ;e ll'J iloal .11 a balll lea It. . it I al.l-. H U re. fiaf '-a 'a. A.M.Ua .at ieae u ' iMar.i l.iva it fa I HU tt Mlea it A -arn a ,N CoirteM wl. r.l.d, Dial llio ave. ilai y ol in Katjr ImiuJ lie iieivl v ta aulh... te.l lu.t). ud, out of an) luooey 1. Ihe 1'reaj.iiry not uthaieiae a p..ir ate.t , u auui hot eicwding laoitty bve Ibetuiaod tloluia, lur ti,e nor p,M of leallt-g loatin aul utaurlal.lui ttnoelliig aui i-a or floui.n t.ett. n In. iiln. lai lr. Apl'iextd, Apcii lo, lti 'Ink tba I nloo! It hat Afrlarjrr circnUlion ilurt inj other diilr newspipor ttirtt his Ix-cn puUibhetl here for ;eri. It is thervVa firvi;'rr of (he United Stairs tut Tt-unefiaee. It is the nfl ial ntwynprr of the Fttie of 7eimee. . It givei the latent neirt fnnn the Military Jjtirtnuhl Btiutfi, and hitn tmll ny Uher iKyirv. 1 ' It till immediate communication with lh Military Headipim trr$, which no other piper hero ha. , , FRIDAY .o:.N'IN'G, JULY 11, 18C2. , Itnniaitdc AJvontnrea nnd batrlnf I'eaia of C'apt. 'arpa,iter ol tba 'jBaalr" MeHla, ' ' i i t r 1 A correapondent of the N. Y. IribiniA, writing from Martinttlntrg, V., relilei tho following rotointic nirrativeof a cel ebrated Uniou Scout : Among the niiny pietnroaque individ nnls one encounters in this latitude, Capt. Carpenter of tha Jessie Scouts is by no means a figure to be passed by. Fanry a poacher who is half brigand and whol ly dare-devil, and you catch glimpse of bis air. High top-hoots are drawn up over wide black vlret trowseri. No Test is worn, and the expanse of a broad chest affords a fine field fur tho once snowy shirt-bosom of Parisian pretensions and Que material, formed of divers pulling and plaiting, its front fold being garnish ed with studs, and two rather larp,p burtoui pins joined by a gold chain. Un der a broad collar is loosely tied a black siik scarf, in large, careless bows, and hanging fringed ends. A hunting coat of black velvet, decked with the buttons and epaulettes of las rink, ana a raktHti hat of tho sombrero style, with a long black plumo and divers gill ornaments, cemplote a costnmo masked wiih an at tractive eccentricity. . . lleneath the limn ol this hat gleams a face that tells its own story; keen Span ish-bright ryes, a wild luxuriance ot hair and mustache, bronzed c necks and fea tures all aglow with health and vigor. As one notes his step of careless defiant self-confidence one could readily credit accounts of even more reckless coeds of daring and audacious bravery than those linked to his nam. "Jessie SoooU" were orginicd in Kanias by Cant, Carpenter and comprise twenty -four yong men of undaunted couraco and buished horse manshift. They were accepted on the (ithof August, at St. Louis, by General Fremont, who was then id command of that Department. One of the first per sonal exploits of the Captain, while his men were diverse! r employed, was an ex- ... tf..i-:,l I.. a.. - cursion to New Madrid in response to a desire expressed by Uen. Fremont, for information respecting (Jen. Pillow. Dis euised as a Coufetlerato officer, Carpen ter visited several planters resiauij; in St. Louis, and representing himself as an ofllccr whose term had expired, took their confidence and secured from thciu letters to Gcu. Pillow, a horse aud other needed accessaries to his success. Thus pro vided, bo merrily wended his way to ward Gen. Pillow s camp, then stationed at New Madrid, and consisting of 3,200 men. lie adroitly ingratiated himsilf into tho confidence of Gcu. Tillow, learned from liini many of his plans, aud engaged himself to rsiso a company of scouts from S'.t. T.rttiia fur rita arrvir.e. Tha tir-ncral. delighted, gavo htm instructions how to proceed, furnishing aim with passes and knowledgo how to smuggle his recruits across the river to l aducah, the only available entrance into the Confederate lines. Hefore Capt. Carpenter departed on this expedition, he entered den. Pil low marquee, helped himself to all loosely disposed papers and documents in the name of the United States, mount. ed the hone famished him, and triumph antl v rode awar. At Paducah he hailed Ihe Union gunboat Gonestoga, and with some dilllculty proving his identity, was conveyed lo ril. Louis, where he deliver ed the valuable) intelligence he had ob tained. This information was the means of securing tho safety of Col. Oglcsby, who was iu garrison at Cairo. Hu next exploit wis a visit to tho camp of Jclf. Thompson, upon which excursion he ap peared iu the character of a crazy man, hatlesa, ilioclcxH, ami appropriately cos tinned, rejoicing in a wound over his eye, which he had conveniently reopened for tho occasion The Confederates received him with some show of compassion, and their Mid k-al Director, aftere xamining hi wounds, nronuoneed it a compound fraeturo of the ikull. He wii permitted tho freedom of the camp, and soon learned thai they were aw are of the failure of lien. 1 illow s Cairo ami !t. Louis plans. After oh taming all the information to be had, a Hash of insanity prompted the adoption of a fine horse, and a blod gallop through the nickels. IlelivtriiiL' the intelligence ho had gained to lien. Grant at Cape Girardeau, lt am mad" bearer of dispatches to Gen. Moiilnomtrv by Gen. 1 remont. Kiiriitite he eneoiiitti rrd the fearful ac cident at Platte's Prik'l from which boa, ever, he escaped at But uninjured After securing many wounded, he went to the aid of the conductor, Mcplien i ul ler, of New York, who wss lying crushed under a ear. While endeavoring to ex tricate him. the car asain gave Hy, kill ing Cutler instantly aud breaking Capt Carpenter's shuulder-bladr, who lay wiih the dead body of Cutler in his arms for five luiurs bIi.r he was rrseurd. This incident detained him five day in Kan as Citv. On the sixth he mutinied his hurse, und thr rihlh saw him at the head of his men. Ilia olllerrs were Lieutenant Scott, aiacepruuioted to A Captaincy in the I'uiteJ .S.aUl Army, u4 Lieutenant Pobb. Crossing the river, by command of Major Rarry, in order to take Observa tions, they suddenly cam upon party of iht men, mounted who claimed to lie squirrel hunting. Tho captain, saying he was an old hunter hlmielf, desired lo inspect the sort of shot they med in their a iort. Tha result waa tho discovery of 2CeU rounds of cartridges iu the pock ets and saddle bags of the first man over hauled. After twitting them awhile for their illy-selected ammunition fur squir rel bunting, they oonfened they had be longed to a company from Platte Couuty, and were on their way to re-enforco (fen. Price, who was then preparing for an attack npon Mulligan at Lexington. Capt. Cai-ientvr sent (hem tmtlor guard In Majnr Parry asking for reinforce nieuts. The Major responded by sending 00 men aud a howitzer mounted on an old pine- box wagon; but before these arrived, thd Captain, becoming restive msde a dash into KandolpU (a deserted town, the reu desvous of the rhel bands,) antl capture ed Seventeen piiaoners, killod tlvtj of the) band, and routed the reit. He look S5 honsrs, 15 or 2(J shot-guns, and a large quantity of ammunition. Dcforo leaving, ho reduced iiandolph to ashes. Intnis foray he was hit by a ball over the eye, which, to use his own expression, "only raised a blood plister." The news of this exploit spread rapidly through the country, and upon his returns to Kansas City he and his band were met by thi acclamation of about two thousand peo ple. Reporting htinseir at St.' Louis, lid was sent by Gen. Fremont to see what the rebel Uen. Price was about Dressed as farmrr, he passed their pickets, and was employed by the chief Quartermas ter as teamster, and made one trip into the country, giving complete satisfaction. Discovering what he wished, tho next day he drove oil with atine team of mules, and neglected to return. The mules he sold for $150, his title not being very good. Keturnini to headquarters, and seeking a little distraction from the pursuits of war, lie made the acquaintance of a wo man, who told him that the Rebels hid A plan laid to destroy the Hannibal and St. Joseph Kail road ; also that there was a liobel spy then in town, who was associ ated with some felcgrnphio operator in tercepting all dispatches passing from one portion of the Union forces to another, 1 bis fart h.td long been apparent to those in command. This spy wss engsged as an escort for the 8t. Louis dume to tho thea r that night, and, for the " consideration" of t ji she consented to feign sickness, and forego tho play, that Capt Carpenter's drama might be perfected. Upon the spy's arrival, Capt C. was Introduced to htm as a brother spy from Gen. Pillow camp, and they were soon sworn friends This man, whose name was Childs, be neath tho inuurnc of liquor and friend ship, became confidential, and before parting, disclosed to Carpenter the entire Arrangement by which the telegrams were intercepted, informing him at what point their instruments were stationed Tho Captain, selecting a trusty aid by the name of Hale, continuously followed Childs lo A point some 2.r0 miles beyond M. Liouis. Creeping stealthily through a tangled undergrowth they lay aud listened to the talk of Guilds to whom the tele graph operator was dictating dispatches then being sent, from Gttn. Fremont at St. Louis to Urn. Lane at Leavenworth City, Kansas. Holding a brief council of war the two concluded to put an end to these no less ingenious than srientillc ojterations ; upon the moment they both tired, tbe first shot killing Jones, the operator, instantly, and wounding Childs in the side. Springing up, Childs with an oath of recognition drew his bowie knife and made a fearful lunge at Car penter. Hale threw himself between and received A ghastly woand in hi fare, laying open his face diagonally. ( ar pentor fired and Childs fell dead. Al-uio the Captain dragged tho bodies to the river, UhH possession ol their letters, pa pers, Ac, and left their dishonored corp ses to merited oblivion neat ti lis waters Then securing the telegraphic apparatus, they followed up the communicating wire, some 2,2(XI feet to the telenraplii pole through which it had been conveyed in geniously in a covered groove and fastened to the main tiers. It was of Quo copper, neatly protected by silk. Laden with their prize they hailed the next down train and reached St. Louis to receive the commendation uf Ihrir General. Gen. Fremont being superceded, the "Smuts tendered their services to Gen llallerk; ana while bis men were em ployed roaming the country about, the Captain made A trip into the interior, where he soon became a prominent mem ber of the '"Pltio Lodges," formerly known as the "Knights or the Uolden lircle i bene lodges were orgauied lu every township, and w In n lorces v.ero demand ed by uie Kcuci aui uorities, tury cast lots who should go, tlmao remaining ' being taxed for their support. In this way he learned the projects anil time appointed for the des I rue I ion of the Hannibal and St. Joseph Railroad. He reported this to Gen. llalleek, who, not deeming them possessed of sulllcient force, took no meaus of preventing it. The plan, how ever, wai matured, aud ths railroad tle itroyed upon the day set. He alo was made cogiiixant of the fact that a Urge force would leave Lexington to join Price, which ho a No rejiorted to Gen. llalleek, who laid plans resulting in the rspture of 1,100 of tho Rebels. Iu Ihe guise of a Confederate ollicer, attended by Lieutenant Kol.b, who per sonated an ordcrly-sergratit, he entered Kentucky to Und out the strcng'h and sentiments of the peaple. So complete wai thrir dieguLic that t'uey were several times arretted by the f ederal troops, at whom they railed in no mild terms, thus attracting Ihe sympathit of the aecrah cidens. L'miii bring delivered tu their keeping, tlmae citicii loaded tbtiu with tipreaaioni of good W ill, intrusted tliew with letters for friend in the interior, U-eidti money for their incidental expen ses Having possessed llieiuselves ol ail desired item of Dew, they rrliuucd to General llalleek, but aoou after Went icoutiiju from Cairo iuto the iieighboi hood nf Blandaville, where the Captain and Lieutenant Kobb were captured by a bslvr'a doseu of rebels, and carried to Union CilT. .Ten of the parly went lo a dance lu theevening, the remsiiiii'g three forming a guard. Two of the guards got drunk, and watching a favorable moment, the prisoners sprang npon the loiter man and made an end of him; dispatching the Iwo others with their own Weapons, they adopted their useless uniforms and arms, mounted Mheir horses and rode away. Then, by means of lorged passes, they obtained admission into General Zollt coll't r's cstnp, and, having important dis patches to General lirccktnridgo, they were furnished with fresh horses which liorr thrm ssfVly within the Union lines. Py General Halleck's order they wont from Cairo lo Price's Landing, ami de stroyed srery skill" to be found. While rnmmsging through a warehouse at Prico's Landing, they found a larseouan- tity of quinine of which they took peace able possession, selling it to pay for the trouble of sairing.' Ihe next expedition of the douniitv Captain was under Gen. MeClcrnand up the Tennessee River, pending the attack at fort Henry, trawling inside the pick ets, close up tu the breastworks, be ob tained a complete plan or the fort. Sub sequently he entered Fort Donclon with the lame sucoeas, discovering tho pre sence of Gen. Pillow and Floyd. On his way back, before he got beyond the pick ets, ho perceived a body of Rebel cavalry, Wbo were on their way to destroy the railroad bridge over the Tennessee river, twenty miles above fort Henry. Thil party, after some consultation iu regard to being burdened by the care of their flag, left it, to be returned by the pickets. As soon ss they were out of sight, he took the flag, wrapped it around him, and with the stair sought his horse, w hich he had hidden In the mountain, and rode into the Union camp, with the Confede rate flying. I his same Hag is now on exhibition at Ticknor A Co.'s, St. Louis. 1 he Scouts were present at the battle of Pittsburg Landing, and, after many other adventures in that section, they joined 1-runout in tho Mountain Depart ment ol V irgiuia, to pursue their daring late. W bilo scouting with eleven of In men In the vicinity of Harrisonburg, ha tell in with the Quartermaster of Ashhy'a Cavalry, who wss purchasing horses. The Caplaiu riding up. told him "ho believed ha wits a laukee. TheQuartcrmastcrindignantly produc d a letter from Ashhy, proving his iden tify: "Well," says the Captain, "then we're all Dixie hoys. You seem all right. How's Jackson t and Kwell ? Got Hanks yet?" After dining together at a house on the read, tha scouts sold their horses to tbe Quartermaster, receiving ?Ufj0 ia UtB federate scrip, ihe Captain then pro posed to give him a couple of negroes, to dnvo the horses home, aud, lighting ci gars, they rode on to get them. The Captain hid the way into the Union camp at Frankliti, deceiving him on tho road in regard to the pickets and, finally, ap prising Ihe horse-dealer that lie was a prisoner a fact received by him with self-cursing enough to have doomed all of Ashby's troops to perdition. It was upon this man a representation that. Gen. Fremont at once marched to ward Winchester to the relief of General Ranks. Since then the Scouts have uiaiu- ly occupied themselves with th bush whackers, snd during Jackson's late re treat, they being iu the advance, took over on hundred prisoners. At this time two of his men, iiredon and Pendleton, were raptured at Strasburg while trying to get a communication to Gun. Hh'elds. They attempted to escape from the guard houso at Port Republic by leaping from a second story window. Rredon alighted upon tho neck and shoulders of a rebel soldier, causing bis instant death. Their escape) was prevented, antl both Rredon and Pendleton remain in the kerplnp of tho enemy. Capt. Cariieiiter f aid a high tribute to the bravery of the late Col. Ashhy, vt ho, though always leading hi men in an ad vance, invariably took a rear position in a retreat. He suenied to bear a charmed life, aud the Caplaiu coufeasesto having tried many a simt at the rebel elneltriu. The last adventure of too Captain's, though purely personal, deserves record as a bit of romance, in the midst of the terrible realities of civil war. On Mon day night, before leaving Cumberland, a rebel female, whose entire fancy had been raptured by tbe fame and person of tint daring ollicer, imagining that the adixux he was Disking portended an eternal sep aration, srixati a pistol to blow out ber brains. Thu Captain, in Snatching tba weajHin to prevent this act of despera tion, received the ball in his thigh, iu llii ling an ugly hut not dun-ei-ona fiesh Wound. The future destination of the "Jessie Scouts" is uncertain, though their ser vices will probably be sought for by some of our commander. If not other wise occupied, they will probably reor ganise and go to Mexico. 'I lia, ( ouser VBllvco. Fernando Wood wss one of the Speak ers al tho "conservstive " meeliiig iu New York on the first of July called lo rsrp at the Administration lule It I bending every enurgy for Ihe salvation of tbe Union, 'iln arch agitator threatened "if the will of t lie Mo.ple is not accom plished," thai is, if his policy is not adopted ".they," meaning bin, self and his fellow, " w ii. i, roai k it a Olivia I'llSWf.M, Mb, IV liKI.AIUNu go in,: Co.N'.lil.sS AND lAlTTI.klMfl IT ft 1H wimhs." Is this the " roua. rvstiam" which is commended to us ? This is tbe I'oiiscrvatiaiu of Jell". Davis. Pethapa Fernando Wood and his ssocivc will be no more sticeeaaful in "breaking inlo Conors snd svsttering it lo lb wind," Ihsn his Southern rivals in Ibe same at tempt have been, l t him iiiovi on step in overt acts to carry out Ine threats, ami hi) Mill hang higher thlu liaiuau. What an outrage iijh.ii language is it, that such architects of rum should as sume the iiaino of conservatives '. f ii. (V. l.j JlemU.