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PUBLISHED BY AN ASSOCIATION OF rELSTEBS. OFFICE OS rKINTER'S ALLEY, BETWEEN UNION AND DEAPEKICX STREETS.
NASHVILLE, . TENNESSEE, A7EDNES DAY, JULY 23, 1862.
f Hi I:
1 i i . T I iH'l: I i! '
JOHN HUGH SMITU, J.por.
I WILLIAM 8I1ANE, Baoerder.
J01IBT ClltMBUt, Afaritel.,
fkefy ATartlasIe-W. It, Wilkinson, A. C. Tucker,
and lira A. Steels.
Clerki otfii lkiJul' CbaiubUSr,ei-ufc, Brst;
Jos. I. Byen, second ; ud Jobs Keddick, third
To AttmorWnUna Prlver
Jtrewsau.QiflartiBw A. B. Pbsnkland i
t'nv Ti CbUrcew X. B fhvrelt. '4 1 i
WW Ju(r-Tlic.niiJl loeke.
B'friUdl 0 Xfvrlui. Q. i1.1.
KprvxM tti Waler tforW-JluM- Wyatl.
CM V Fir PtpartmmU John M. Banbury.
' flfi . 0k, (T-T- H Mi BrWe. , , , , v , ,
(M CmnrJ, U Stewart, i. , . f .. a,...;
tVf Atttntf Joh Mofbail Smith.
CITY. COUNCIL ,.
JorJ llrfnni M. M. Brian, Prldot ; J. IC.
Hnmta, O. A. J. Uy Mi, H O. Scot), Wm. 8 t heal
bun, . C BmlUi, H. B 1 thlboni, Md Jm- Hobbf
, CWm OmhictI-W . p! Jo, Prl.lot I Wllllwn
BobwU, T. 1. Trbromb, W. IWIvw, Win. BUrt,
Loul Huaib.'W, Malllrs, Umm TurnM',0. MrSoutb
U, A. J.O, Ju tvHi ABdrw Asiwmoo, J. B.
uVvilia (toHMitiM or mf ott ?
rviuHK Knowlca, Scot! n(l CjU,
Woltr WorW Anleroo,Pmilb nd Clmtbrn.
Sbwi -"Vti tironjh , Tartiw", 9oalt!Ktf , Iif II, Brlen,
R7uNwiiua, Puw.rt ! Turner.
tttyipUiU Joac", Mir"!1 M"1 ''
MeAooU iWllnm, M fluid wd kuovlM.
-.rt portBMirt-CrMdy, IrW mi Nmnu.
OoDrivar, Ghaalham ud Dht'1.
Owfiry fHb, hwlrt d Nbwmta.' " J j
Jtfat-JW iou. JUiborU, 8lowrt and Turucr.
fffurM IltT-ig-. Cliiborm tud IrK.
ir'rJkaw CbMUum, MayDulduid KpowlM.
iNJt( rroptrtt Brlu,CUlhiii nd Turntr.
f,A JImh-MayAsId, Joum and BobfrU.
AfTh Board oi Aldormva nta lb TuMdayi
an pr coding tlx aorood and ftwrUi Tbaradyi la
ok muntb, and tba Common Council Oio acond
Md tov.'th Thundayi la aaoh month.
JtoM tiantoaaal-W'm. Tarbreagh.
BtetmA lamJamwI-John H. I
PMetmm tn. Jaciuon, John Cavendor, Nir.h Pa
Tla, Jol PbllMpa, Wm. Bakar, John Cottrall, William
Mayo, John Knglaa, J. W. Wright, John Packatt,
Rubart Boott, W . 0. Franc!, Thotnan Pranela, Andrnw
Joyon, DaTht JTatoa, nod Cbarla Bnlltt
. JT Tba Tolloa Court In oui4 (wry nturnlng at
Sktriff June M. ITIuton.
on and t. K. Bwhanan. '
Hrinir Pblnraa Garrett.
IVutl W. Jaair Taylor.
CWoaar 5(. H. Bolcliar
Dfjmlit Thoinaa Uob.
i,iisw-John Corbltt. , . t .
JVftH4' VotUctor-l. O. Brllry."- ' '
AiuiraoJ Collator W. 1). Bobartaon.
CbaWaMai fr tk Naihttlh Iufr(r John I. Uowar
and J. K. Nawman.
Ju.iy flon. Jamas Wliltw nib.
CUrk P. Undalor Nirhol.
AaTTIm Judgr'a totirt mxts tba Oiat Monday in
aaoh moolb.and tha Ouarlorly Court, compoaid of
tba MagutratMt of tha County, la hold tbs Srat Mon
day In January, April, July and Octobar
' - CIRCUIT COURT. ' ' i
Judgt Hon. Nathanlal Baxtnr.
Clart Darid C. Lora.
t ( ' " " "
AT Tba ainrt jiimu U drat Uouday In Marrb
CRIMINAL COURT. , i
jHjya.t-H.iil. Wtlllntn K. Turner
Clara-Charlaa E. llgKoaa.
' K3T Tba Cowt uaeta tha ft rat Monday lit April Au
gust and Maoambar. ' ' .
I' CHANCERY COURT. I '
CAumwIlor Hm. Pamuel P. Frier jon.
t"lr aad Sfurffr--J. I. Clearea. .' . .'.'
AUT The Court nincta tha oral Monday In Vy and
Naaaoibar. , . ,
, . .... I i . ' i . ef
, io.o,r, ,
Juuk f. Hiu, Oram! "Mrlary, ahoulj be sldramed
. , ; ', at A'iulw'lla, Tenn. , . : "
IWaeuM Lodj, Kit. 1-Kaats tm Tura.lay Kvru
lug, at their 11.41, on the oornor of L'nlon and Sun
Mr atraete. Tba oilloera tf the prcaaot t.-rm, ara :
O.B.Luaur,H 0.; J. K. M1!, V.ct .J. L. Weakley,
tVoraury ; I,. K.. Ppaln, Troaun.
rVaaaa Lodf, A'o. 10 M-ta at tha aaiaa plaoo
ery Mon Hiy K-Nitiig. Tlie ofllnarg era : K. A.
umnoati, n.ii.; noary appa, .i
Sx.n-Ury ; U. F, Brnun, Trauror.
fimilti lo.la, A'u. W-Mu..la at tlo Ir lull, on South
Cherry alr.-at, erxry FiUay lr.-nlii!. Tba nlM.-vrl
ara ' O. 0. Coyrrt, N O.; Prank liai man, V U. Jam
It ) at I, Bcorulary j W. M. M.iUory, Trtaaurar.
Jrar lla, : 109, (Urnuui)-Mael at tha
Hall, CO rear of Unleu and (tuuinwr streets, aarf
rhoraday Bvatiluf Tba officers are i Uiarle Rfcb,
N U.-, P. rrle.lu.a-, V.O.; BllUiii.h, nVoreUry;
fleo. pelferU.Troaaurer. I , ; -1
JJhIjI.I, aiMait. Ko. loatJat Ul abua Uall
tbs Urat ad thud Wt'duaadaya of e h wonih.
Ibe oltloara ara: J. E. M.Ua. CP. , T. B. MoBrlds, H P -,
. f. rulbw, 8.W.; 1'elrr Harna, Jr .J.W.j John F.
Hide, Mcrlbe ; B. K. Cutler, Troaaumr.
Otu JriawkA AVariMi.iarH4, Ko. 4 Mela at tha
above Hail on the ev.'ou.t aud fourth Wednesday
iilkbta of e. h uionlb. Tlie o:ricon are; Jas. I IMi,
aJ.P. Uwiry Appla, H P'i t. aloker, B.W.; B. rriao
tuau, J.W.- Cbares Klrclu-r, A:rllM; J. N. ard,
432X9 Kl AND JJEPAETUB.K OF TEAIKI.
llnvllls A Kaabtille E.R.Trh h aves nt T.44, A M.
...,' . r. are. nt P M.
baabvllleA IiecaJur R R. Tialn hwvea at t 00, A M.
.. mm nrr. nl 1.00, P.M.
huh A Cbattsnooga R R. Tram h-evee at 10 00, A M.
.. .1 t-J,PM.
ADAMS EXPESS3 COMPANY.
OFFICE i Ko. M, l uisav Biaisr. .
persoas wiahing to aud Prvlght and IVtcLagea by
he MJrnltig Tiaius of Ui lbnitu aan Naea-.i-u.
and mau,ui ab Uwarra Bttisoiua,
aiiust have the same at tb OUlos by 8 0'oKirA the
Davidhom Coott Dip.ECTOBy -CMiinuaL
KHITAST QffARTE2S AKO OFHCItKS.
t'o BxailquarUra on H'.gli lr-t. fien. Pmont
enimaadina . ... i. i ,
jjfifto' llrtad4irlftra on Enmrar lnri. (TT
TnrVt iMit.) Cpl Jlro- n, A. A. O,
(VimiI Utt!ial Iiruil'uurti'r on Church ftr-t
(ranala Aoulrmy.) tol. lnlny Mattbeam. . s
ClnV' Anutm Qmrfrmntlrr Hrtdqaartart on
Cbrrry ttropt ( Ko. 10, (.fuda Utiuu'i rlli'u!.)
Ct, J.D. BiDgbaoa.
Amitlant QnarfrmwibTV-CbatUnooKa Dopoi Car.
Mtoa QrUrmcr Via alrott, Mar Mr.
Pulk'a reildoDca. Cnl. R. K. Laub. .
ilHMinl QikirurmulrNa. (7, Harkat Mnnt.
Cap, i. M. Uala.
tV CWaWrj nidqoarlar, Ko. 10, Vina it.
Capt. B. tcfi!ty. ' - -
Oammimarf a CW)- Bioad atrauU Capt. B.
rfinf CVmenffcMry of R(iiiki Cornet "of Broad
autl Cvuvw airwta. hwul Unuloa Allen. a : ,
tlvlieal iuoloriiHimar Mrcci. , (IT. ford' old
rapidanos.) Btirgtton, E. 8 IfU
JitHcal Parvefar't 0fic Cburch ttraet, Waaoola
Building, i. B. Piimr, ftrrjton. gth Kanlucky In
fantry, noting Midteal purtayor. . ,
JlERIVAI. A77D BEPAETTTRB 0? MAHS. .
Nortbara Mall.Tla li,uiTlllo, arrlvna Dally, f .30 P.M.
;. : "! .1 lMWi :" lit A.K.
ColombU, via I. k A. B.B. arrlrra " (,M P.M.
I . v .. . . . taavaa . n.10 A.N.
Bbalbyrllla,! N. A 0. B.R.arrlTaa " I.M P.M.
" ' . . U&raa ' 100 A.M.
Ubanon, : , ' nniTa M 12.00 If.
. . . 1mm " S.C0P.M.
Mimpbla Mall.laarea ilaily.Tin ImtlavOl and Cairo,
posT-oFncva ores bktond libano? abs
Llbarty, - ' Alexandria;
OordonarUla, ' SuiitbTllla,'
' Watrtown, - ' ' 'Jeiiulug'n Fork.
rosr oiricFa oj( nsic op n. a c. b.r.
MurfroaaboroK . Foftorvlll,' ,
Jordrn'i Valley, or
V -, ' NO. COU.KGI BTRri-T, : . , ,
Nw fttocat jnnt ptolT4 final for nale
low tu clikna out toutlguinanla,. .
Bbla. Salt, lor ash) by
COKN0B A BRO,
l()Obio!HAI'T,fo"ub' covNOBABRa j Committed to Jail '
lJJ Pt OOWfOB A BRO. J . T rfcTUoa n.unty, June ad, Uei, s negr boy,
K Oolla ROl'E foraalsbv who aaya hie aaaa Is A1.X, and belongs to Win
0O ap 8 ' ' " CONNOR A BRO. of tti ""i f r'rr.0'.d 1
i - 140 or 106 pounda ; t feel fi Inrhaa high j oolor black
Af nble. Coal OIL, tor sale by ., scar un around ng.r on Ufl hand.
llU 1,1 CONNOR A BRO. i To ewaar la requested 4o c"ne rbrwd, prove
. property, and pay ohargea, aa the low direxut.
r nan bbla. Cwl OIL, for sale by i ' ' ,J '-fi ?.,ilwif,i!
IvJapt . CONNOR A BRO. jJunsHtOw-At . V Bharlff nnd Jailor ef D. 0.
f r-i dozen BROOMS, tor sala by ' ' 1 Committed tO Jail,.?
lJVJT apt . CONNOB A BRO. fT Pavidaon eouaty, June SA,, lHoi, n aero man,
.1 i vwho says his narua tn UANlaX; says be beJoam b.
grt boxeaSOAP, for aale by Mrs. l.unloka C, Brown of Maury cuuuty, near Hprii g
0J apt - ; O0NN0H A BflO, aJid.Tenu; ago about V.I yeareold : w-nlglis elwut. 170
,1 ii n i i i i. or 1M pouBu ; t fml 11 Inches hih, suall h ur tn
K boxen rTrsitCU, tor sals by oentm forehead. '
0J apt CONNOR A BRO. ; TUe ner la reqbeated t ontn fhrwart, prora pro-
. ! ! . m party, antyay vhargea,as tba law diracte.
IO obestsTEA.torsak) by . 1 1 ; J). M. HITTO'H. -
le ap t . CONNOH A BRO Ijime-M lt . Fberlff and Jailor of D. C.
n hair obesta TEA, for aala by li , Committed to Jail -
& apt CONNOR A BRO. jAp Pavldsou oounty, Tnun., June 10, 1H84 a negro
rr-fTiiirTiiii r, i. ' ' EIrl, vba aaya her name la Ju.4S.SA, and baluuiis
lliTot - CONNOR A BRO. to Robert Wllllaina of ikll.i, Ky., ag about 17
p or 1 years ; t feel Inches biirb t ; w isiuj about liO
I boxea Yeaal POWUKKS, fur aale by ou'u' r "W "" ''o owner la r.s,u.u-d
IU ,g CONNOR A BRO. to come forward, provo property, and iy chargea as
.. " " . . . the law direct J. M. HINl'i'S,
Ori Osaka SODA, fur e.le by I un20-8t ' Wierlu" and Jailor at I. C.
apt CONNOR A BRO. I ,i -. .' j-- T .,
. ' Oommuted to Jail
f groan MAT(,I1I-.S, for tale by
lvJLI apg . CoNSOR A BRO.
QK bum Star CANiil.kX.for tale by
CONNOR A BKO.
() r. bolea Cot'Kl. H. lof aale by
CONNOR A CO.
bbls. VlNkXMK, f. sale by
CONNOR A BRO.
kita SALMON, f aale by
CONNOB A BRO-
kite MACHI-Jit.I.,litr rule by
CONNOR A BUO.
5 kill HKKHING, (ur sals by
CONNOR A BRO.
kits SUAII, iir aale by
W ap I
CONNOR A BRO.
J(J bblaTKullT, fur aale by
CONNOR A BRO.
l bbia! Ma"i'KIi.k"kI., for aTe by
IU ap CONNOR A BKO.
4bbla. Clllh.lt, b.r aala by
CONNOR A BRO.
I li bui4 drwd iliCitl.Mul, lor al by
It) apt CIlNNOBA BRO.
1 C buaoa Dried .-teawd. for aale by
lt apt CONNOR A BRO.
keg NAIK1, for aale by
CONNOR A BRO.
K t bbla Cruabed fugar, for sale by
OU C.NNOR A BRO.
1,1 Pi Uh MrJtl., for aale by
CONNOR A BKO.
r.f bbla I'UICH, fur aale by
0vJU apt , - fViNNOR A BRO.
raWi IIaM -, I "f aale by
CON NO A BRO.
caaue MUIK.S, lor aale by
CONNOR A BRO.
Hbbletus PvlTAfoKS, foraate by
Of"l boaea freab tiardvn dl KII, Air a.le by
tJJ apt ODNNtlM A BKO.
O bbla I'uiou t.klr, fur aale by
O ill CONNOR BRO. .
1 ( ,,',r"'' lanviuaed HAUi4,wltb a large lot ot all
IV euria of Oiw-.la, whub we will ckwe out lew. at
our old atuJ, Mo. t College atre.-t.
apt n a ulukuk i hku.
ri 1HK alltHitpito of ctttitiMia, atraiiirrt, aji4 othrra ta
X limit haistivth, reNiur'L brli)ai a'.l, to rtMixiV
fully oailv.l to tiiwoilltv, So. at LMaiiika aliwl.atift
onU Htnur, irtvit iJivrry ana th (Ni'iarai
lr. vJot.BM a a aa old ira:4ili4iir n( anedkinat ata
liaoai muIiibiUmI fUjMTirnoa aud Halts ring' auota
fcr maity ynara ui, tn iha irnaiinani ut ptuvara lta
aAitBM, Iaaaji tfttlnotMi Utiu Ut doviHa buftt1mdtMi atittn
ttMi it ail liaMMeva km una Btiur. Miuiy tMu ot
lh I d aM Urv uf hava prvukUf y trit
lo hi imrxvtl bhOk4 nf idUJati4 .
Jrinrf , Nt?uattf y , Tairiuwy a-J Haratlrlaf-y atyptv
Dta. (joutprrtjiita, iiat ami all diawaaa of Ui awatta
aati unntvj-y oiv&tJit wwi tilth b iwiaiaiiiia It a
A ) tri.i..!a lrrsxuUM'tli anal funoU(aJ trxif
BioU ' Wuuib, aud tli duArdM anauafi Iruai
itwtaiHka aad 111 irsauKM, prtvruka.
(viycaM4tl Ktilu Kuptura, and tf rli,att
rrtli-u trf lit KH-ltiiu, tki4 fAwi f hiatus,
Oaa kM aurtpti a (iriuaa itsariy aiau ina. U tiUar
of it.a iit4r Dewa u uatrui'4 iy ir, Outstmrta, a
our it Mritfiy iwarpiMi. aa a Ajtrtitl atBuuiMaisW
amaya a4a'uia tua otxw5a. -j uiilnUha of fauxaa.
fuluniy Uia Hi)tr4vx! uit-u.od ot uiMiraitiif.
I'artwmt ui atth-AT i a( l" U va ay Icitat
(tltawribiiikj tMv to ll Uisti uipiU-toa of any a uia
i.taH iilo tX mm4 , jAa ha ml, in ttl taaa, liy Uit
aLvertiv ikmIaamI, ta rWt--ai,;al bouri.
twwi eoutUn"", tvauj ii.-n, a.4 aafkitra4t
Ottarttr, (" IMHrona.
ka luxury unr4 la uk?pioi m4 a-arta
AtrtAMij aa txnff fci l fkf; U pruUittw
u-rMduta than Ut tt la gt-aa Ui tiara.
.'tti, botirt UOM tlil la Uta e.or&ir.a' till ! la
lha TMkifii .
' ; Ccacilttcd to Jail
OP TrrtKt ronnty, July 1, TWJ, Tlrn 'Man,
who twvt t la n:ui. la SAM: aava hp h'lrtitra to
I, iwj, y
Armtrr.R, o WilllaniHon county, Trnn.; arr4
n county , Tcnn.
t " l 1 lochra
i'4 F-ii'U, 0 8 ioc!.f bili:
c.i'tr, biv.k; uj vvik. The owr la fMjuoaUd u
com r.prwrd, proaa prorty, ani rf rtarjea, an
July ttt.. ' .', .. i finoi Iff aud Jailor of D. C
' ' 4 Coiiimittcd to Jail ; .
OP ItaTidaon Coonty, Tna., July B, isol, a K.to
btjft ho saya hw linn to f N K Y ; aaya h ba
lonif to WlHUm KmmI, ot l.larkaTilla. Txtin.; agrd li
yraia; wngl-a Uutvr UXJpotinaa; 4 ffol mrllM titb
otor, Maci.; bo marhl Tba oirnrr la roii:alaU to
caia forwsrd . prora proparty, mUl pur rhHrgra aa
aM n dtrc)' . ,., , J. M. IUNTOX. ,
July , lft.'. 8lirrliraud Jailor of fl.C
0P rmWIiB Ctmnly, Ti on., July S, 'if a Npgro
M, who auya h a nnin la KkI IilN; a;-a ha
figa io hftllon'a Hftlra, ot lMpMti Comity , TenM.:
ai;U VI yoaia; wvtibal'ta pouaaa; be igbt, a Cmi 1 H
lualiea; color, blaK; atmrtin rivhl arrtst Thaownar
la raqiwatad to come forwaid, I'tuve propprty, and pay
cIiuik, aa U bw diivut. J. M. HIMoN,
- July, MVl 81. hbwlffand Jail. of B.C.
: ) ; '-Committed to Jail :
O' P Partition County; Tnb.f Jnlr HM, n N.gro
Mn, who av bia nHina la IVKOiU'bj; aaya ha
hotonga to Tan AUo, 01 H liito (toumy, Tann.; !
IK UH wtigha 1U poUM.Ii; t last luclif Inch;
color, black; aiuaU arou Ml roroditfar.- lbawnr
la rvqucated to corn forwa4 pre propry, aud par
0imrM.iH, aa Hi law dlieou. ' J. M. HINTON,
' July , 1862 at, - - BhorKTatid Jailor of b.3, '
Committed to Jail '
0P Daaldaon Ooaaty, Juna l.'Uh 1 rti, a nngra man
wlia aitya hit nama m AUKAHAM ; aaya In bolunna
to Samnnl Atkrnn of Cbratham oouniy Tenn J aga
about II or BJ yrara old, a.-ilia about lafiorlaO Iba ,
I ( I to. bra high, copper color, near on chmk
aboat ona H ub long, amali aoar edga of tba balr abov
I ha awuar M rwinaatod to ooma rorvard, ptore pro
party, and pay charges, an Utn law dlracta.
JuncOT at , BharltT and Jaiiqr of p. 0.
Committed to Jail - -
OP Daridaon rtmu'T, JuM tl, IHoU, n negro man,
who eHTa bia name la bOH : a&va be be eiaa
tu Thomas C. Waikor of Maury couuly, Taoa-t ao
about la or 20 Taara old, weiahe about 160 pound.
teei imiii m niacin j oolor biaoit, na mama;
perty, and pfty cbaxg., aa tba law directa. ,
v . -i j. n, iiiMui,
Jun2 M Fhorfffand Jailorof D.C.
Committed to Jail i
0P TlBTldeon county, June V., mm, n neero man
ho aya bia name Is A K 1 li L' it : aud naloujta M
Wm O. Smart of Warren county, 'l'.mo., aged about
46 y-ara ; weulia about 14n iu- 100 pound i b fot't
lu nas hli ; color bU:k ; haary wlitakers. I
Tbs swuer te rerineetHl to eomi
m. forwar I, prove
property, nan pay marges,
tba law diiTieta. ' '
i , . . , ' J . ai . n i a i ,
jjune93t " ' Bhariil aad Jailor of D. 0.
OP I'avKiion eouaty, June 10th, 1HU2, a ni gra maa
who tuya bia name la MILI'iiN ; aaya hs balouga
to Joseph Ci.rter, of Marabakl oounty, Ala-, ago eixmt
21 years ; weigt.e IdA iMjunus , b ftiel 1 tnrhce bltfh ;
Color buirk , soar by burn above tbs right writ
1 lit owner fa requeued to rorue forward, prove pro
perly, and pay cbargnaaa lbs tow diracta.
j , J. M, IIINTON,
JunelS 8t i ( 1 i Rhsrul aud Jailor !. C. '
Committed to Jail '
OP Pavldeua oouuaiy, June loth, lung, a negro man
who aaya hie nmne la jiANIKi, aays he belongs
to Ricliard bona, of Marabail county, Aia. ; aga ali'ut
21 er yeara; weiglui loo or lot. Ifui.; t f.el 8 Inrhea
high ; no niarka - color biarlt. Tli owner la reiueitt
ed to ooma rward, prove properly, aud iay rhargea
aa tne law rtirvtl.
J. U. 11I.NTON,
Blieritfand Jailor, li. C.
Committed to Jail
OP Daviuaon oouuty, Jons Ilia, 1HK1, a nefrn man
who aaya hie name la AAK0X ; aaa be I...;..mk to
Je Carter, of Mantball county, Ala ; arM about 10
yaara; walgbe about 140 or Hi poituda; 6 lrt gluubej
high t no niarka ; color black. The owner la reuueet-
eu to cooi foewaid, prove pruporiy, and pay cbrgns
aa ine law uireuts. J ai lll.iwn,
JiinelB-gt PherlfT and Jailor of u. 0.
Committed to Jail
fXT narldntia couuir, June I'itli, 104 i nvri mai
J wbo.iyt hid ma . ALtS ; m- b k.uiiK0
i f.ucy , fciuilt., oi i a, ijMto tvtH'iiiy, itun,; inti'u
iNirttHl to OUIU0 forward, trov proporty, -Lui yf
chrti u the Uw UIrer.14.
J . If. HINTWpM,
)Q18-3t : lM,-riff and Jfcliur M i. C.
Committed to Jail
fT DftTiititoa onuiiiy. June 14, l(ml, n$r man.
WlHlllrl llUt DnVfTlu m UaUKIiI. w AM 1 1 ti I JX
MTlb bulocid iu (v ary Ana Yuarftan, uf WarrD
oouuty, Ky , a'-d abni 4U yAm ; wcili 175 nr Iho
Iba. ; iti 7 uiub-a high j Mk blikuk. ;funnl tear iu
rortffafai ; mall tiai- Ttm owiit-r $ niu-lt-d to
com for tv ai d , priv prnjwi du-1 pay v-liargtaa aj
llio lavf iIiihw, J. M. HI N io.N,
jiU(.'V4t ' rSliOriiTand JaiUr W U. C.
Committed to Jail
0P Itavi.le.ia oouuiy, Juan 16, lfvi.e negro mau
wbe aitya bia nauie la t'Ol.TMUl .S ; aaya he br
bmve to lr. at.'kiaai.'Ua, uf Maury county , Tvuo , aga
abtmt 30 yeara; welgba about Ituer Ue fioueOM t
feel 61, luUiea bl,h ; Muig b.iatiy tmir ; r.yrr eoli ;
no maike. Ibe owner la reii.w.to.l to oouie for.
ward, provs projerty and pay cl-.ar.s aa tlie law di
tta. j. m inr. .
Juuell- 3t Pherllf and Jailor of D.C.
Committed to Jail
fT Iavidaun Conuiy. IVnu , June ihii, lt2,
nu . June mil, itocj, a aa.
rti c trl. nainil ma). 1.1k; eava abe belonira to
lrvln Hogus, of Maury (.onuty, Teun. . ea d girl la
about la or 20 yeara old; w.'.iuba about !JOorl;u
poun.ta; t f--el & in.'hce ht.-b ; two u:all ataison
furvUmd I acar on nuiior lip at the .lit" of the a.ei
iua owuer la rvuv
be owuer la rv(iiuted to oonie flu-ward, prove
properly, and pay cbatgea, as the law dire-
:e law alre--ta.
J. M. HI a IO V.
Pl.aHU and Jail.- ul II. C.
Committed to Jail '
OP rtayi.iv,, couuty.oa llio liih o) June, lloj, a
B' grouian w ko Bay hie BatiMl k OAVili.aud
aaya be beloan te l.uiy oilik, ol Ha i a eouuiy,
Triia. , ae ab -ut v yra , weioa 1 :A ur 1 10 puinl. ;
t fc-el I inches huh ne tueiaa ; oolor blio-k. li.e
owner la re.ueala to cine forward, prove pro
pei ty and pay biiargasas tbs law dinu.ta. - -.
J M . HiNTON,
Juiielt t ' Bliria 4 J,ior of I C.
Committed to Jail
OP Itavia.. louuly, IVoo , June 11 l"2, a ne
I re. man, bo aaya kla n.a at ill. ltl.as, and
belong, tu Ki. ba. lli,l,u.,.r . g ol, biyornt Hrinl
woo, m tt uo.maou .o.mly . loan., ab.mt V. yaere uf
ae ; welHba ai.oul 1, 0 u.,unda j t f-et 1, ui. hs
blb ; a r oa ba. a at l,.ll dand. Tba oaii r la re
goveied lo ooaie l.irwet l, piove proily, aad ly
cbargaa, aa Ilia Utw Oirmta.
- ... J. M lilSTuN.
Jnnalt-31 bbtrlfi and Jailor of 0. C.
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iKamvnts, Tnnn , July 12, 1803.
a .-' 1 1 i.v nniiUAvuiiivi tu "-j-"' "a
WEDNESDAY MORNINQ JULY 83, 186?,
r"-tr": . i , : 1 . ;-f-r-; rT ". 1 :
, , Notlct) t,s Cur.nalcern.
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tcriptionB ro tometimcs mixed, Jip 'wtbh
private lurormauon in sucn a manner as
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Ilrndqunriern of first, llrgiiiient of
.Teuuosnea Volunteer t'u valry.
: - - Jctr 20, 1802.
All oQlcers recruiting for this sarvice
will report lo me ' at Headquarters, Fair
Grounds, or at tlie Slate Capitol. Those
desiring to enlist will apply at cither of
those places. ' ' 1 -''
Volunteers will, if possible, bring their
horses with them, which will be valued
and paid for by the Government
By order of Col. W. B, STOKES.
' "CD. BRIEN. A. R. Q. M,
II IC ACKjUARTEItS DlSTRCT OP THE OlllO,)
, Nashville, Tr-NN., Julj 13, 1802.
ftperlal Order Ko. 07
IV. After cnipletinr the duly asgign
ed him in Fpecial Ordors, No. 203, (cur
rent erica) "iiistrict or Cairo, Ms lor
W. 11. Sipeli. will repair to Nashville,
Tennessee, and relieve Captain Olives
D. Cbecne, Assistant Adjutant General
in his duties at that place.
" By command of Maj. Gen. Bcki.l.
SigDed 0. D. Giiekne, A. A. Q
' II i;n sr Stone, A. A. A. G
fuel ufllcra lie-opened In Tenuesors
ixniDviue, unvnanon county.
Murfieesboro', Ruthei ford county.
Jordan's Valley (Christiana), Ruther
FosU-rville, T.utherford county.
- Gallniin, hum nor county.
Clarksvillo, Montgomery county.
Springfield, Robertson county.
' Franklin, Willi annon county.
Columbia, Maury county.
Shelbyrille, Bedford county.
Ibanon, Wilson county,,
Waterstown, Vilson county.
Smithvillc, DcKalb county.
: Liberty, IX-Kalb
Alexandria, DeKalb "
"Taloictto, Bedford "
Jenuing't Forks, Smith couuly.
' New Middleton, Smith county.
Mitchrlsville, Sumner county.
Sycamore Mills, Cheatham county.
Athl&nd City, Chekthain county.
Lafayette, Macon county.
Memphis, Shelby county.
Stvaunah, Ilai'din county.
The above libt will be kept sUudinj;
in our coliiuiim, and ailded to from day
to dy, an other oll'ict t are re-opened.
We would gtiggegt to paper in Northern
States the propriety of copying lha above
list at It aat ouoe a week.
LAWS OF THE UNITI'.D STATES,
JVwd a On Sfmnd Smion tf iht T tarty anira'A
' Pinno No. 84.1
A Act for the colloc ion of direct taxes
in insurrectionary districlt Within tha
United .States, and for other purposes.
lie it tiuutni lu Ott Sruite and Jhute of
iJeprtAfntatirrs of tltt VtiiUl Stales of AmtT'
ua t'rt Omgreff awnUed, That when any
8tte or lrritory,or in any portion of any
State or Territory, by reason of insur
rection or rebellion, the civil authority of
the Government of the Uniled States is
obtruded so that the provisions of the
ct entitled " An act to provide increased
revenue from -import), to pay interest on i
tne publio debt, and for other purposes, '
approved August fifth, eighteen hundred
and sixty-one, for assessing, levying, aud
collecting the direct taxes therein mem-
tionnd. cannot te peaceably evirated,
the said direct taxes, by said act appor
tioned among the several States and Ter
ritories, respectively, shall be apportion
ed and charged in each Slate and Terri
tory, or part thereof, wherein the civil
authority is thus obstructed, upon all the
lands aud lots of ground Aituat therein,
respectively, except such as are exempt
from taxation by the laws of said State
or of the United States, as the said lands
or lots of ground were enumerated aud
valued binder the last axnesHment and
valuation thereof made under the authori
ty of said State or Territory previous to
the first day of January, anno Domini
eighteen hundred and aixty-one ; and
each and every parcel ef the said lands,
according to said valuation, hereby de
clared to be, by virtue of this eeA charg
ed with the payment of so much of the
whole tax lata ana apportioned by said
ait upon the Stale or Territory wherein
the same is respectively situate, at shall
bear tba tame direct proportion to tba
whole amount of direct-tax apportioned
to said State or Territory as the value of
said parclea of land shall respectively
bear to the whole valuation of the peal
estate of said State or Territory according
to tlie said assessment and valuation made
under the autority of the same ; and in
addition . thereto a penaly of fifty per
centum of said tax shall be charged
thereon - . i : . : -. ' t .- : ' -mi
, Sec 2. And U it furtiitr ttkuitd. That
on or before tlie first day of July next,
tbe i'resiuent, by bis proclamation, thai!
declare in what States and parts of States
said insurrection exist, and thereupon
the said several lots or parcels of land
shall become charged respectively with
tneir respective portions or said direct
tax, and the aame together with the pen
alty shall be a lieu thereon, without any
other or further proceeding whatever.
: Six. 3. -ddrf fV it further enacted, That
it shall be lawful for the owner or own
ers of said lots or parrels of land, within
sixty days after tlio tax commissioner
heroin named ahall hare fixed the amount,
to pay the tax thus charged upon the
same, respectively, into tlie treasury of
the Lnited states, or to the commission
ers herein appointed, and take a certifl
cate thereof, by virtue whereof the said
lands shall be discharged from said tax.
Skc. 4. And ij it further ttiacteil. That
the title of, in, and to each and every
piece or parcel of land upon which said
tax has not been paid as above provided,
shall thereupon become forfeited lo the
United Slates, and, upon the tale herein
alter provided for, shall vest in the United
States or in the purchasers at such .tale.
in fee simple, free and discharged from
ail prior liens, encumbrances, right, title,
and claim whatsoever.
Sue. 6.' And be it furtlvr ewM, That
the President of the .United States, by
and with the advice and consent of the
Senate, may appoint a board of three
commissioners for each of said Statca in
which insurrection exists, with a salary
of three thousand dollars each per an
num, to give security in the sum of fifty
thousand dollars each, in such form as
the Secretary of the Treasury shall di
rect, and to be approved by him, for the
faithful performance of all their duties as
such, and to account for and pay over all
moneys and other property coming to
their hands: l'tovided, 1 hat said commis
siouers shall not receive pay under the
provisions of this act until they ahall
have entered upon the discharge of their
Sec 6. Ami be it furtlter tnocttil, That the
said board of tax commissioners shall en
ter upon the discharge of the duties of
their office whenever the Commanding
General of the forces of tho United Slates,
entering into any such insurrectionary
State or district, shall have established
tne military amnonry ot tne i niten i
States throughout any parish or district
or oounty of the same, and they ahall
open ono or more otlicea for the transac
tion of business.
Sec, 7. n,i be itfirtltfi tnuctid. That tlie
said board of coiinuitsioncrs shall he re
quired in cate the taxes charged upon
the said lots and parcels of land shall
not be paid as provided for in the third
section of this act, to cauBe tho same to
be advertised for salo in A newspaper
published in the town, pariah, district, or
county where situate ; and if there be no
such newspaper published in said county,
or if the publisher thereof refuse to pub
lish the same, then iu any Vther newspaper
to be selected by said commissioners in'
said district, or in the city of Washing
ton, for at least four weeks, and by pool
ing notices of scid sale in three publie
places in the town, pariah, district, or
couuty within w hich said lands are sit
uate, at least four we ks previous to
the day of sale ; aud at the time aud
place of sale to cause the tains to be se
verally told to the highest bidder for a
turn not h as than the taxes, penalty, and
costs, and tea per centum per annum in
terrstoo aaid tax pursuant to said notice;
and the said commitaionrrt ahull, at taxi
sale, strike ot) the tame arverally to the
United States at that turn, unless tome
person shall bid the samo or a larger sum;
who ahall, upon paying the purchase
money in gold and silver coin, or io th
Treasury notes of li.e United States, or
in certificates of linleb't I urat ak'kii.at tha
United States, be tuuticd to receive from
said commissioners their certificate of tale
which said certificate ahall be received in
all courts and places at prima facie evi
dence of U.a regularity and validity of
said sale, and of the title of the naid pur
chaser or purchasers under the Same :
i rnt'oVif, 1 hat the owner of said lota of
ground, or any loyal person of the United
Males, having any valid lien or interest in
the same, may, at an v time, within sixty
days after said sale, appear before the said
board of tax commissioners in his or her
own proper pel sou, and, if a cit isen, up
on taking an oath to support the tVmtti
ttition of tho United Siatr-s, and paying
the amount of said tax and penalty, witii
interest tliureon from the date of the aald
proclamation of tho President mentioned
n the se.-ood section of this act, at the
rate of fifteen per centum jer annum, to
gether with the expenses of the sale and
subsequent proceedings to be determined
by said commissioner, may redeem said
ols or land from said aale; and any pur
chaser, nnder the same, having: paid mon
eys, Treasury notes, or other certificates
of indebtedness of the United Statee.
shall, upon such redemption being made,
be entitled to havt the same, with the in
terest accruing after said salo, returned
to him by the laid commissioners, uon
surrendering up the certificates of sale:
-4b prwultd, furVter. That if the owner
of said lot of ground shall be a minor, a
non-resident alien, or loyal citizen be
yond seas, a person of unsound mind, or
nnder a legal disability, the guardian,
trustee, or other person having charge of
tne person or estate of such person may
redeem the same at any time within
two years after the tale thereof In the
manner above provided and with like ef
fects And prrmxdet, further. That the cer
tificate of aaid commissioner shall only
oe Btiected as evidence oT tlie regularity
and validity of sale by establishing the
fact that said property was not subject
to taxes, ot- that tho taxes had been paid
previous to salo, or that the properly had
Dten redeemed accordant to tne provis
ions of this Act.
Sec 8.. And I it fwrtlusr enacted. That
it any lime within one year after the
said sals by said commissioners any per
ton being the owner of any lot or parcel
of ground At the passage of this act,
who ahall, by sufficient evidence, prove
to the satisfaction of said board of com
missioners that be or she, after the pas
sage of this Act, hat not taken part in the
present insurrection Against the United
States, or in any manner aided or Abet
ted the samei and that, by reason of
said insurrection, he or she has been
unable to pay said tax, or to redeem said
lands from sale within the time above
provided for, the said board of commis-
tiiert may allow him or her further
time te redeem the same, not exceeding
two years from the day of sale; and for
this purpose they may take the testi
mony of witnesses, And shall reduce the
same to writing; and the United States,
or any person claiming an interest in
Baid lands, may appear and oppose the
said application. From their decision
the United States or any party in in
terest mny appeal to the district court of
the United Slates for said dist rict, which
is hereby authorized to take jurisdiction
of the aame, as in other cases involving
the equity of redemption And in cate
said board of commissioners should, for
any cause, cease to act before the expi
ration of one year afler said sales, the
said district court shall have original
jurisdiction of the proceeding for re
demption, as herein' provided, to tako
place before tho said board of commit-
Sec. 9. Ami U it fwtfier matted, That
in cases where the owners of said lots
and parcels of ground have abandoned
the same, and have not paid the tax
thereon as provided for in the third sec
tion oi tuis act, nor paid the aame, nor
redeemed the said lands from sal ( as
provided for in the seventh section of this
set, and the giid board of commissioners
shall be satisfied that said owners have
left the same to join the rein I forces or
otherwise to engage in and abet this re
bellion, and the same shall have been
struck off to the United States at said
Sale, the said commissioners shall, in the
name ot Uie United Mates, enter upon
and take possession of the same, and may
leato the same, together or in parcels, to
any perton or persons who are vitigeiiB of
tho United Stalea, or may have declared
on oath their intention to become such,
until the said rebellion and insurrection
in said State shall he put down and the
civil authority of the United States es
tablished, aud until the people of said
State shall elect a Legislature and Slate
oiuccrs, who shall take an oath to sup-
mransft 1 ,..aaii:i..tl.. . II,. !':..! i 4
to be announced by the proclamation of
the I'reiideet, and until the first day of
March next thereafter, said Iessi t to bo
in such form and with such security aa
shall, in the judgment of said commis
sioners, produce to the United Statcl the
Sec. 10. .dud be it firtlier enacted, That
the taid commissioner aha!, from time,
to time, make such teniorary rules aud
regulations and insert such clauses in
said leases as shall be just and proper to
secure proper and reasonable employ
ment and sup port, at wages or upon
shares of the crbp of such persons aud
families as may be residing tipon the
said parrots or Jots of land, which said
rules and regulations are declared to be
subject to the approval of the President.
Set;. 11. And be it furtlter twutd, That
the Said board of commissioners, under
the direction of tho President, may be
suthorized, instead of leasing the said
lands vested in the United Slates, as
above provided, to cause the same, or any
(Kirtion thereof, to be subdivided and sold
in parcel lint to exceed three hundred
and twenty acres to any ono purchaser,
at publio sale, alter giving duo notico
thereof, as upon the sale of ot.'irr public
land of the United Stat, s, t.r sixty days,
snd to issue a certificate lli.-n fi.r.aud that
at any such tale, any loyal ritiri of tlm
United State, or any person who shall
have declared oil oath hi luteoii hi to
become gucu, or any eiton who ahull
have faithfully served at tu ollicer, uiu
aiuaii, or private soldier or tailor ia ti.o
army or navy or marine service of the
United Stales, as a regular volunteer, for
the term of three months, may become
the putrhaacr; end if upon such t.xln any
person serving in tlto army or navy or
marine corps ahall pay ene-fourth part '
of the purchase money, a certificate shall
be given hini,and he shall have the term of
three years in which to pay the remain
der, either in money or in certi fu'ates of
indebtedness from the Uniled Stales;
or any citiicu of the United States or
any person wo shall have declared
hi intention to become such, being too ,
head of a family, and residing in tho
State or district' where said land are
ailnitle, and not. the owner of any other
laudx. mar, nn lr such rate as may be
established by said board of commission
er, have the rif;ht to enter upon anii ac
quire the rights of pre-emption in such
lands as may be unimproved and vestod
in the United States, and as tuny he se
lected by said board of commissioners,
under the direction of the FreBideut, from
time to time, for such purpose.
Sec 12. And I it furOur muted. That
the proceeds of said leases and sale shall
be paid iuto the Treasury of the United
States, one-fourth of which shall he paid
over to the Governor of said State where
in said land are situated, or his author
ized agent, when such insurrection nhall
be put down, and the people ahall elect a
Legislature and State ollicers who shall
take an oath to support the Constitution
of the United Slates, snd such fart shall
be proclaimed by the President, for the
purpose of reimbursing the loyal citizens
of said Statu, or for such other purpose '
as said Statomay direct" end one-fourth
shall also lie paid over to aaid State aa a
fund to aid in the colonization or emi
gration from said Slate of any free per
son of African descent who may desire to
remove therefrom to Hall, Liberia, or any
other tropical Mate er uoiony.
Pec. 13. And te Ufurthrr emctM, That -
in case tlie records of assessments and
valuation of the lots of land mentioned
in the first 'section' of this act shall be
destroyed, concealed, or lost, so as not to
come within the possession of the said 1
boards of commissioners, they shall be
authorized lo take evidence of the same,-
or to value and assess the same in their
own judgment upon such evidence aa
may appear before them ; and no mis
take in the valuation el the sanie, or lu
the amount of tax thereon, shalh in any ,
manner whatever, affect the validity of
the sale of the same or or any or tho pro-'
ceedi.ngs preliminary thereto.
See. 14. Jntl be U fmUier enacted, Mbal
the said tax commissioners shall krep ,
book or books, in which they shall enter,
or cause to be entered tin; amount or
quota of said direct tax assented on each -
tract or parcel or land ; vt Licit said
amounts shall bo distinctly stated in the
advertisement, or notice of salo, together
with a description of the tract to lie sold,
and an entry shall 1h made In said book
or books, of each tract sold, together with
tho name of tho purchaser, and the sum
for which tho same may have been sold.
A transcript or Transcripts of aaid book
or books, duly verified by snid commis
sioners, and said books, when said com
mission shall expire, shall be filed ill the
office of the Secretary of the Treasury ot
the United Slates, and said book and
transcripts, and copies of said books and
transcripts duly certified by the Secre
tary of the Treasury, shall he evidence
in any Court in the United Sta'ea. The
said commissioner may employ a cleik,
whoso compensation shall be twelve
hundred dollurs per annum.
Seo. 1T. And be it furtlter enacted, That
the thirteenth section of the act of Au
gust filth, eighteen hundred and siity
one, entitled "An act to provide increas
ed revenue from imports, to pay interest
on the puhlia debt, and fur other purpos
es," shall be so roiitilrued as not lo tx
empt from taxation property above tlm
value of five hundred dollars, but to ex
empt from taxation property of the value
of five hundred dollars, or less, owned
by individuals, notwithstanding the pro
visions of said act.
Sec,. 10. Andbe.it fintha -emu-ted, That
this act shall take effect from and alter
Approved June 7, lHO'J,
PfULK ao. 01.
An Ait to direct the Secretary of the
Treasury to issue American rrgisters
to certain vessels.
He it emuied ly the Entile and Home o
Hejne.ienlntivef of tie I'nited Stalet of
America in ('umref aemUel, That tho
Treasury is hereby directed to issue.
Americau rrj.'iters to the vossd "North
Star" aud "Dolphin," of tho 0eo
collection district, in tne mate or ."New
York, the same being Uanad aa -built
vessels, but owiiued by American cili
tens. Approved, Juno 1, l.-G'J.
(Public No. U'J.J
An act providing that thu officer of vol
unteers shall be paid on the pay-rolls
of the regiments or t-oiiipauiet to
which they belong.
He it ennrtelbij the Hennte and Ih.utmf
JiepimetitiUu et if the t Wnf W.ifrg of Amer
ica in Coiuii-e.it u.i-iciul''d. That company
ollicers of volunteer ahall be paid on the
muster and pay r""s of their company,
parly, or detachment, and not ottierni
except when such olflcer may beou (
Inched service without
ll oop, or on
leave of absence.
Approved, June 13, ISO'.
An act making appropriation for pos
tal service on post route t-stabl aiivd
of the preaent seiaiou of Uongrtag.
He it t'utrttd by f Iv intc and Jli i.se of
JiepietHit,itivetof the I'mtrd K'uli-t vf A'tei
tea 'it Comjif ii uiviilict, That tho tumof
one hutidi ed and f.lly thoto-aud dollar
in hereby appropriated, out of any money
in the '1 leaviiry not otherwise appropri
ated, for lM.alal t'rviee on aui It mad
rou'ts tslabhahrd by the preaent tou
gres a the postmaster fieneral may
ileeiu urt: gnary and rxprdic.'if.
Approved, Juno lJ.,l-'j-
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