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PUBLISHED BY AN ASSOCIATION OF rBINTERS. OFFICE OX Hi INTERS' ALLEY, BETWEEN UNION AND DEADEKICK STREETS.
NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE, SUNDAY AUGUST 3, 1862.
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im ii ri r w ii ipa I an i in , mm i mm m i mm
gabtijson dTcunln grrcdorjr.
JOIIS IIL'lill SMITH, Mayor.
WILLIAM FIIANK, LtcarJer.
JOlIM CIH'MBLKV, Mortal.
Kar.ilt W H. WltkluBf.B, A. '. Tucker,
and Jara'-a A rle'le.
(Irrit if the .V.n-ief Ji hu C'hurnbley,x-o0i-k,(lrst;
Jus 1.. Ryan, foud ; anJ Ji-lm Reddles:, Ihird
f,ix, Aueunr William llrlvcr,
mu lullrdnrA. II. MisuklsuJ.
HMfer T.ir O.lirch.r It. M (iurroll.
7Yiurer K Ihnry.
ICAur Hunter Tliuuas I.cakc.
isjierinfenrfrti o Un 11 orU-.tiae J J D'M.
,Vuj.Tiii.l II"'"' MVirln James Wyalt
(Vik " rjirf.wwf Icibn M. Heabury.
.Nrsoa olful Omrrroy-T. II M' Ilrid
Street therteerl. t. Cti w art.
t'.hj Attorney John Mi rhull Bmltli.
IluorJ 0 Mfnwn-M. M. Brttn, rrosidonl ; J. E.
Newman, (1. A J. May Held, II li. Scovul, Wm. H Cheat,
ham, .1. C Hut I tli, M. U. L Claiborne, and Ju. Kobb.
(Vmma fVaiiteil W. P. Jou. 1, President 1 William
Rub irta, T J. Yarbrouh, Wm. Driver, Win Kicwerl,
Louis Hniuth,W. M ulhiis, Jnmos Tiirnrr, (1 . M . South
yale, A. .1. Ode, J Ivi, Audrow Anderson, J. II.
Koolia,a.d J 'I n e'ready.
:JINU CoMMIirKKI Of ni cirv i.irm.u..
Foiunrr Kliowlea, SmvcI Mi'l C lo.
IIWw M'urtf Anilpnioii.Hniilh Cllbriie.
Nrtrit - YtbriMijh , T'irn.'r , Smithgntc , Itavla, Krln,
May Qt-M, nifntlu.m uil t Uilmrno.
Wharf Newman, Mowmt nd TurucT.
HotpU d Jin..-., MnylliiM nd :on.
S,,i-Chi!tttliam, Maytlnldind KuumiIuji.
f'ir Vri'urlmntt rcu'ly, lirlvrr ud Newman.
tit,, Unv.T, :li.'lliain and tav fl.
Crmrlnn Unllh, Stewart and Nm.
JUurArl 11.MU Itnlwrm, Siowart and Turner.
filnm HiiukIi, L'.iilburnii and ivla.
'u(m lllfatliain, Urlrn ai d Amliirann
$trmijn lluHKb. t'.aiburlin and Ilri. ii.
Il'miiuux (Jlivittlmm, Maylti-ld nud Kni.wVa.
iitimminll un'l frpnulilum -Cole, fVwrl and
iHlti? rrojirrtll llrifn, Cliwilbum and Till nor.
i'nl Joiu llnJllJld, Joun aud llubcrlK.
4,tTIib II lard in Aldi rroi n niil the Tu.nlayn
ncit iip wdlng tin1 n'miid ai d fourth Tliurnlvya lu
rata nii'fith. and ihn Common Oitinotl the arcuud
and lourth llmrilayi tti riul) in nth.
',iji,i John Ranch.
WrK LitulenaiU Win. YarbroiUjih.
frwul t.irutrnmil .Tohu II. IUi.
rrflotmtti Win. JiMikmrn, Juhu Cavnndur, Nirh Ia.
tli, Jool Phil Win. Baknr, John Cotlroll, William
layo, John Fiik'u', J W. Wilght, Ji.hn Putkott
Kobvrt Soitt, W. C. nnicla, Thom ui fraur.ii, Andrew
Joyci", Kavld Yati", and t'har!ea lln'itl.
tf The Polloo Court Is opem d every morning at
Wm, .lamifl M. lllliton. IWfiilin Thomaa II
aon und J. K. Itui hanau.
Wwifce -W. Jaipur Tayl ir
tWinir S II Hi'li-her.
Hunger John tVirbitt.
rnraua ('.HiVr I. (J. Hill')',
f.iiiron.l l.ij- Cvlh.ior W V Uobert-on.
('..iW.. ..r lilt An,l'jlf irirl .li'bll II. liiiwur
and J. K. Newiiii.i).
.lu.tj II, -n. .UnirH Whltw.ilth.
(7r-P. I in.l.-l. y Nu h il.
w-The Jilda''a l ourl mi'i t.l 111" Uil Molldaj IU
t'lu-h niolith.a' d Iho iiiatli'ily finirt, oompna.d of
the M.iKialriil' of the County, la h'-id Hie f rit Moll
day 111 Jaliu uy, April, July and IK-tohiT.
JuJij Hon. Nnthiinii'l Hater.
VUi k Ilavid C. Love.
f The Court ini eta the Bivt Mon.'ny in Mm. Ii
and 'pti tuber.
Ju.fjr Hon. Wihiain K TuriuT.
C.ri ( b.illea K. I'ikoub.
aT Tile Court liieita tile Ural II. m.a itiA)iril Au
lEioit lUld llei'rlnher.
ft.iN.voir lb'tl. Kamir I f Frlron.
l7i-r und .V.irrr.l. K. lil.'HVee.
If Thu Couit luei'ta the Utal Vou.ln in M.iy mid
i. o. o. r.
Jolix V. Hint:, t.rand S'rrel.iry, ahould he aMnHnl
at .V.u'iiii.V, 7V'ia.
T'niif .'(' r-'-ly', i. 1 M-etn ov;iry Tnea 'ay Kveu
niK.iit their IUH, on Hip corner of 1'nion itud enni
lui r alrecla. The olh -era for I ho J.reeelit lenu,;ire
t. H. Uaueiir, N .; J. V.. Mill, V .; .1. I . Weak ey
Seerel.iry ; L K !-' n, Ti ('.muter
TViil.ua f.e.V, Ai. ll-Meita at the a.rlie li'.ne
every Monday KveniuK The nihr r are : It. A.
Campbell, N.(i., Homy Apple, V.f).;J I, Park,
Soeri'tatv ; M. V. Itrowll, TnamiriT.
S.a.l.a llt, S" 'HI Mii'la at th. lr 11.11, on S iith
Ho'in aln-ei, nery Killav tvi'liliiK. Inn i therm
are tl C. o .rl, N Ii ; It ink Hal .nan, V ti.; Jniio a
J a't, Seere'ary ; W. M MulL ry, Tn anuier.
A I4. ,ir,i 1,-tjr, A.'. 1. (tierui.tu) Meeta at 111"
Hall, eori er of I nl ui aud SMimroer atreeta, every
lliurwlay Kvitdi g. The uttl era am I'harlee Hu ll,
Nti.,P Pi i .linn, V ti ; Pill, i u Ii, s.m. t.n y ,
tioti. S'lh.i le, Treaniir.-r
Ht.tjity f'n.Miaj'.iiea, A lM'H'Uat the abo.e Hall
on tbe tnal an t th id We.lnee.Uv of ra'h month.
Toe olllrere are J. K M ,11a .CP , T. II. Mcllrlde, II P ;
ii. r fuller, H.W.; Pout Harm, Jr., J.W ; J.ilm V.
Hide, Sirlba ; II. )'.. l atter, Treasurer
I'ne ilrua.A iVn, .i,n'ii.,f, Al 4 -Miela at the
above Hal nu the neroiid und lourlh Wi'iltieiday
uii;1i I a of eni Ii luolllh. The i tile, ra are Ja T It. h,
I' P , Henry Apple, II I' , I. M. k. r, H W ; It yrie.l
liiau, J I I'.u Kit.-! er, N-rdie, J N . Wai.l,
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF TRAINS.
I ulnar I'.le V Nuhvil'e It I'.. Ti alu levi k at ! H. A M.
" " " " arr. at ,S :', I' M .
A 1'eeatilr K K lu.iu hav. at 0 00. A U.
' arr at . on, I' M.
Sah A Cliallalio'.ai It li Irani I. i
t al 10 00, A kl
ADAMS tXI'RKSS COMPANY.
til Hi t V. .I.i utaai fun r
Persona a t. bin to tM..t !rrlM ai..l I', kaes l y
the al. .rums' T'-'l "I Ho' Uiimuli i Nh
iiui, and haautiilK 4Mi Pi, ti i il LallH.i.iiM.
uasl Lavs tbs aaau al ll,o O ' .r l.y li uYaae, III
eteUAig prvt lei.8
Davidhon Ccustt DiRKcror.T Conlimifd.
MILITARY QUARTERS A5D OFFICERS.
W Headquartere on ll!jh itrtei. Orn. Duroont
Vitru-t Ih ad piarlura on fmnmof etre. (Dr
Ford 'a relileaH'.) Capt. Green, A. A, O.
rioroaf AfaraAul IT -adipiarturi on Church at reel.
(Female artdeny.) Col. Stanley Mattbawa.
VKirf Atitlol vtrfrmarer lleadiuarlen on
Clierry atreel ; No. 10, (tudge Catron'e rtaldenc.)
Capt. J I) Itlncl.am.
A mutant (Juartrrmnilmr CliallaOOOJa IiKlt Capt,
Anntnnt (jwirtermiinttr Vine atroet, Lear Mrl.
olk'a reaidonre. Capt, K. N. Ltnib.
Aitart ijtMrlrrmtMter No. 87, Marked atreel.
Capt. J. U Halo.
tie Conmiiu.iryll'iai1ipiarteni, No. 10, Ymo St.
( apt. K Mideely.
CViiainiMUrv f o'lJ.it'Wtare flioad itiei-t. Cipt. K.
Acting VomntitHtry u SuliMtiteHrtCitrtHT Of Hrulld
and College atre..a. Lhit Cliarlee Allen.
MnUad Hrector "uninier etrnet. (Itr. Ford'i old
reaidente.) burgeon, K. Swift.
Mrttivnt IStrvrym'l (lee Churrll atreid, Mu-houio
Building. J. K. I'laTI.e, Sureou, 8th Kenlneky In
fan try, Aeting MedU-al Purveyor.
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE 07 HAILS.
Northern Mall. via 1iulavlllo, arrlvca Pally, 5.:i0 P. M.
leavea ' 7.45 A.M.
arriwe " 6.80 P.M.
leavea " fl.lOA.M.
Columbia, via T A: A. U.K.
Khelhyville.via K. C. K.K, arrives " 3.S0 P.M.
" " " leaves " 1U.00 A.M.
lAibanou, , artivr " I'J.'K) M.
" ... leavea " S.tOP.M.
Mempbia Mall, loaves Paily,v.a liuiaville and ('alro.
POST-fFKlCKS OPKV ItKYONP LKBANtlN AKI--Ltberty,
Watertovrn, Joiining's Fork.
10STOFKICKJ4 tX LINK OF N. k C. K.K
Jordan's Valley, or ttbelbytllle,
B. B. CONNOR & BR0.,
NO 6 Cttl.l.KUK STtiKtrr.
w Nioctt Jn rrcrlveil and for sale
luw tu i'ioae out fJuaikluiiiaieiils),
bolea SALT, lor sale by
Coila HOI'K, for sale br
CONNOR A HRO.
lili i. (X,al OIL, lor t
CONNOK & BKO.
half bbls. Coal OIL, for tale by
CONNOR A BHD.
doieu UKOOMS.Ior s.ilo by
CONNOR A BKO.
K f boxes SttAi1, lor sale by
CONNOR A BKO
n.itin STARCH, lor sale by
CONNOR A HHO.
hetoa TkA , lor aale by
CONNOR A HRO
I ) half cheats TKA, for sale
CONNOR t RRO.
I fc) eadies i'KA, lor Mt by
CONNMR A BUO.
1 boxes Yoaal POWUKBS, fur sale by
IU apt) CONNOR A tlRO.
for sale by
CONNOR A BKO.
1 ( It""1" MATCHKS, lor sale by
IVJW spa CONNOR A BRi .
i) bines Star Oa.NIiI.Ks, lor sale by
wj ap S CONNOR A BRO
box.-a CoH"., lor sale by
(XI . NOR A CO.
bnis. V1NKI.AK, I I aale by
CONNOR A BRO.
J. kits SALMON, f r sale by
CONNOR A BKO-
.) 4 kits MAlKKK-:i.,lor I
i e by
CONNOR A BRO.
r. kits Hk It RIM., lor aale by"
() kits HHAIi, for sale by
CONNOR A BRO.
CONNOR A BRO.
(J bhls TKut T, for sae by
(X IN NOR A BRO.
Q lib's MAl'KKKKI.
f ir sale by
4bti:. ClliLR, lor sale by
CONNOR A PRO.
, lor s Co by
CONNOR A BRO
RJ boX"a Dried Sealed for aalo bv
ap 8 CON'I.'OR A
kekn NAI1 J, for sale by
CONNOR A BKO.
libta CriiHhed Suynr, for sale bv
tjl ap 8 cVi.NNKR A BRO.
bak' MKAI , lor aale by
ap a CONNOKA 11110.
1 C M," ' LOl R, lor sale by
tlJJ apS CONNOR A BKO
")( .a-ka HAM-, dr sale l.y
ap 8 CUNNO A BRO.
eaaka SIlil-., lor ulo ny '
-V ap8 CONNOR A BRO.
obis Une PoTAl'Ot.l, lor sale by
J( f ap 1 CONNOU BRO.
ONtiK A HHO.
t". 1, lif Ktt ii Uy
Iutiwi UuvaMihl H Al-,wtiti a ilKT k i ol all
IV ri -f Kliu b wo w ill i oul low, at
diir old klian't, INo 0 Uillicilri'il.
8 H 11 (XINNOK A Rim.
' 1 'UK atteiitlou of cltisens, rlraeifera, and iMhers vis
1 inn- Nashville, re.uinn mi-'ti.lal a:d, Is n-evl
fully called to tins odli e, No 11 lieadaru a. alr.H.1, atxv
, aid' II. "ir. lMiwtM.o Cherry and the Square.
ir. Coibma is an old pra.-.tila.iier ol nulleine, bu
almost unlimited eiMrieiic.e and ttatler.ua au.-cees
lor many yeais paal, in ttie troalmaiil ol rKivars IHs
SAMdl, b ut lioliie.-d bun to devole b'S undivided SIU-D
ikiu to all direaaos .of tins mture. Many caee ol
Hie m l inveterate character have pron.pUy yielded
Ui his ui'prvved nieth.al ol treatment.
Priniaiy.Seoon dary. Tertiary and HerediUry "yph
ilia. (,on,irrti,ea, tiieai and all dlseai-e ol the yemla
aud ur.uary urtfans, me.-t with uo reaiataiu-ie Ui bar
A lenialu trre(iilarilu and fllliclloual tsleraii.'t
melils ol II, e W oiuli, an.) tbe dl'oaaa aiisuift li oir
it. !laliou and ill niaiiK'.'d luirtur'tion
k.ei) ' case of Ke lui llile Rupture, and ot Ili.aa al a
rroi(oia ol the Ke. turn, aud nol c.aea of k alula,
an b. eured by a pr c. as neajly pa nl.e II eitbw
I the latter r.ui uuderUken bv Or. I'oietuaa. s
euie lb li..li-t.l'. y nui-i lintnt, aa a careful exauiilia. led
a mil e.-otB toe ne.'eaarv lu ll. a' i.ais ot twvu
ranwratiy lij tuipiov.Ht mrlb,Ml ol ureitug-
rera.iiia ol e ttier m i aopl ins m eeia-Hi or by ieiu-i
t.l,MTiUuni caee) en the Oiat at uiptoma ol any a. nil
.H ille ,tieajie.ian be eure I. .o ui.cl ca.a, by tb'
ao.irlivr no-tn.Hl, in (oily r.,ht houia
Mrirt cmudctu-e. romia alle. lloO, aud uiodereu
i-harifea. w.ll sovvru loir. itli hi iialrous
Asy No oaereurv ui.ed lu the lioaliueul of serea
dtarOM-j, as be bvl.eves (lu neail laeea) it pr.aluc, ss
orae than U'l l IB giVeai I.i cure.
timoe b.'Urs trout eight taa lbs moruinf lik etas Is
tksevaa.iuj tan 1, 'e-ly
PauT Psion, per entmra
"' " trepk,..,
Tsj Wbsrlt Dsto.v, per anenm,..,,
WasiriT C.viok, per annum.,....,.
, 6 00
UATKS OP ADVEHTISIKG.
( fan usssi os lh To msrm:TS a tart ai a. )
1 Square, 1 day, SI 00 esrh additnnal lneertlon $ AO
1 week, I uv earn addititaMil square 1 do
i " IW
.. .. ,
I month, o 00
I ' a oo
t " Pi on
a u oo
Pi Jt 00
ToADVEUTISi'lIH in DETAUi
lllk KATKH WILL UK as VoLLOWa :
(Jtuirter Coliiiun, 1 mrntli f!5 00
it HO lJ
" " " as oo
" 0 " 40 00
" " 1J " ; 60 00
Half Column I month 20 Ml
' " So lid
" ' s " :5 oo
" II " ft.r no
" " li ' hi on
Oi s o'limn I bo
' " -i ' 40 (si
" " A 4 00
" ' 10 10
" li " 110 Otl
AdierlitemenU oernpytng any K.cinl position is
lirf', UO per Cent, addtlaiiiai ; special injtitiou otilsnle,
10 per n ut.
e)sV Advertiseinrnts inserted in tho lxal Column
cbarsed at tho rale of twunly otnts per line.
CbauRet may be made ei iodieally when agreed
upon; but ev-ry surh rhaun will Involve, exiru ex
pi'lme, to be itd for by the advert isor.
aXT" Advtvtiifri tjrcnrdinQ tlpnce coiitfui'ted oi'i'i
lis eaurjad f,tr th sj-cis.
.Mitrrlniro and t nneral notice,
When exieeling Ilvn lines, will lie chained al the
( , uaual advoriismg rates.
Annonnromcnts) of ( uadldntna.
frm Htiti Oiricr.aH 0 00
' Coiiktt " 6 00
" Cur " S 00
Cash requirod in ailvane.e f.T all a.U-riisetnenls,
uuloss by special agreement.
Te, the uodersigncd, bae this day adapted the
above rates, te uhirb. we bind oiirelv,i slrfrt'y to
WM. C AUSR0N, for tho Vmvm.
JillIN W.VLLACK, for the lli.p.,tr
Nasiivim s, Tr un , Juy Pi, 182.
SUNDAV MORNING, AUGUST 3. 18G2
I'onlofHcrai Ilcoprnod In Teannicr,
Nashville, Davidson cotintj.
Mtirfrocsboro', Rutherford county.
Jordan's VaIIc (Christian), Kuther
Fostervillo, Ituthcrford courtly.
Gallalin, .Sumner cotiutj.
Clarksville, Montgomery county,
Springfield, riobertson county.
. Franklin, Williamson county.
Columbia, Maury county.
Shelbyville, Bedford county.
Lebanon, Wilson county.
Waterstown, Wilson county.
Smitbville, DeKalb county.
Alexandria, Dt-Kalb "
Talmetto, Bedford "
Jeniiing's Forks, Smith county.
Gordonsville, " "
New Middleton, Smith county.
Milchelsville, Sumner county.
Sycamore Mills, Cheatham county.
Ashland City, Cheatham county.
Lafayette, Macon' county.
Memphis, Shelby county.
Savannah, Ilardiu county.
Tho above list will be kept standing
in our columns, and added to from day
to day, an other offices are re-opened.
We would UKt'6l to papers in Northern
States the propriety of copying the above
list at loait onto a week.
Hkapqcartebs 19th Illinois,
Hi ntsville, Ala., July,
Clnkual OiiPkR No. 59.
All Commissioned and Non-Comniis-s;oned
Ofllcers, Musicians and Privates,
belonging to tho 19th llegimeut Illinois
Volunteers, who are now away from their
respective companies, except those who
have a Surgeon's Certificate of Disability
(which must be subsequent to the date o
this order), or are on regularly detached
service, will report to these Headquarters
within ten days of the date of the pub
lishment of this oi'tlt i'.
Those failing to comply with this or
der will be treated as deserters, and their
names will be published as such. This
order will be carried nut to the letter.
Bv order of
M. D. Temi ll,
Ai ling Adjutant. Aug '2 lot.
i ii foil r. vr in mti i in.
MatthkwV Machines fur making pure
sparkling Soua Watir fur bottling or
retailing Irom the counter, are the most
simple, make Hie best article, and cost
less than any oilier. I'lain printed in
structions for making the Soda Water aud
delicious Syrups, go with the Machines.
Send for illustrated calalncues : it eon.
tains much that every Sutler should
know. AdJiees John Matiiifhh, maker
of Soua VYatfu Appauaii's.Nos. 1 i7 and
4:W, First Avenue, New Voik.
(old, silver aud uiiiui rent money
botielit and sold, and Inauiauce furnished
iu the must reliable rouipauy, at the In
surance ollice of W. .1. M Ann, Nj. "5 Col
lege street (opposite Sewauee llouve )
By the President cf the United State of
In pursuance of Ihe sixth section of the
act of Congress entitled "An act to sup
press insurrection, to punish treason and
rebellion, to seize and confiscate the pro
perty of rebels, and for other purposes,"
approved July 17, 18(52, and which act,
and tho joint resolution thereof, are here
with published, I, Abraham Lincoln
President of the United Slates, do here
by proclaim to and warn all persons
within the contemplation of said sixth
section to cease participating in, aiding,
countenancing, "or abet ting the existing
rebellion, or any rebellion, against tho
Government of Ihe United Slates, ami
to return to their proper allegiance to tho
United States, on pain of the forfeitures
ami Seizures A9 within and by said sec
In testimony whertof I Lave hereunto
set my hand and caused the seal of the
United States to bu affixed.
Done at the city of Washington,
this twenty-fifth day of July, in
tho year of our Lord one thous
l. 6. and eight hundred and sixly
two, and of the Independence of
the United States tho eighty
Seventh. ABRAHAM LINCOLN.
By the President:
William II. Slwarp,
Secretary of Stale.
ll'l'BLIO No. ICO.
An act to suppress insurrection, to pun
ish treason aud rebellion, to seize and
confiscate the property of rebels, and
for other purposes.
lie il ennctetl by the finale and Initre of
Representatives of the United Nates of Amer
ica in Conijress nisenblel. That every
person who shall hereafter commit the
crime of treasonagainst the United States,
and shall be adjudged guilty ihereof,shall
suffer death, and all his slaves, if any,
shall be declared and made free ; or at
the discretion of tho court, he shall bo
imprisoned fur not less than live years,
and lined not less than ten thousand dol
lars, and all 'his slaves, if any, shall lie
declared and made free ; said line shall
bo levied and collected on any or all of
the property, n al aud personal, exclud
ing slaves, of which thu said person so
convicted was the owner at the time of
committing the said crime, any sale or
conveyance to the contrary, notn ilhstand
ing. Sec. 2. Audi it farther enaclel, That il
any person shall hereafter incite, set on
foot, assist, or engage in any rebellion
or insurrection against the authority of
the United States, or the laws thereof, or
shall give aid or com tort thereto, or shall
engage in, or give aid and com tort to,
any such existing rebellion or insurrec
tion, and be convicted thereof, such person
shall be punished by imprisonment for a
period not exceeding ten years, or by a
tine nut exceeding ten thousand trollai s,
and by the liberation of all his slaves if
any behave ; or by both of said punish-nu-4its,
at the discretion of the court.
Sec. 3. Ami lie it further rnndnl, That
every person guilty of either of the oll'tn
ces described in this act shall bo forever
incapable and disqualified to hold any
office under the United States.
Sec. 4. And le it further enacted, That
this act shall not be construed in any
way to afl'act or altar the prosecution
conviction, or punishment of any person
or persons guilty of treason against the
United States before the passage of this
act, unless such person is convicted under
Sec. Ii. Ami lie it further emitted. That,
to insure tho speedy termination of the
present rebellion, it shall be the duty of
the President of tho United States to
cause the seizure of all tbe estate and
property, money, stocks, credits, and ef
fects of the persons hereinafter named in
this fection, and to apply and use the
same and the proceeds thereof for the
support of the army of the United States;
that is to say:
First. Of any person hereafter aeting
as an officer of the army or navy of the
rebels iu arms against tho Government of
tho United States.
Secondly Of any person hereafter
acting as President, Vice President,
member of Congress, judge of any court,
cabinet officer, foreign minister, com
missioner or consul of the so called Con
federate States of Ament a.
Thirdly, (if any person acting as Gov
ernor of a State, mcinbrr of a Cenvention
or Legislature, or judgo of any court of
any of tho so called Confederate Slates
Fourthly. Of any person who, having
held an ollice of honor, trust, or profit iu
the United States shall, hereafter hold
an office in the so-called Confederate
Stale of America.
Fifthly. Gf any person hereafter hol
ding and office or agency under the Gov
ernment of the so-called Confederate
Stales of America, or under any of the
several State of the said Confederacy,
or the laws thereof, whether such ollice
or agency be national, state, or municipal
in iis name, or character i'td oM, That
tho person thirdly, fourthly, and fitthly
abovu described shall have aiccpti d their
appointment or election since the dale of
the pretendvd ordinance of secession of
the Slate, or shall have taken an ouih of
allegiauce to, or to support the Consti
tution of, the so-called Confederate
Sixthly. Of auy person who, owning
property in any luyal Stale or Tivntory
of the United Stales, or in the District of
Columbia, shalhi-ieafler assist aud give
aid and coiuf rl to such rebellion; and
all sales, transfers, or conveyances of any
such property shall lie null ami void;
and it shall lie a lufh. rent bar to any
suit brought by su.'h per6n for the pos
session or use cf such properly, or any
cf it, to allege and prove that he is one
of the persona d -serilied in tlii section.
Src. And I U Ju ri )urr emu U t, 'I liat
if any person within any Siale or Ter
ritory of the l ulled Malt other than
those named as aforesaid, afler ths pass
age of this set, being engaged in armed
rebellion a ainst the Government of the
United States, or aiding or abeMing such
rebellion, shall not, within sixty days
after public warnltif? and proclamation
duly given and mad by the President ot
the United 8. ales, cease to aid, counte
nance, and abet such rebellion, and re-tsw-n
to bis allegiance to the United
Slates, all the estate and property, mon
eys, stock and credits of such person
shall be liable to seizure as aforesaid,
and it shall bu the duty of the President
to seize and use them as aforesaid, or the
proceeds thereof. And all sales, trans
fers or convey anees of any such property
after tho expiration of the said sixty
days from tho date of such warning and
proclamation, shall be null and void ;
and it shall be a sufficient bar to any
suit brought by such person for tho pos
session or the use of such property, or
ny of it, to allege and prove that he is
one of tho persons described in this
Sec. 7. .,i.l ! it further enttdcl, That
to secure the condemnation and sale of
any such property, alter the same shall
have been sei.ed, so that it may be made
available for the purposes aforesaid, pro
ceedings in rem shall bo instituted in
the tttttne of the United States iu any
district court thereof, or in any Territo
rial court, or in the United States dis
trict court for the. District of Columbia,
within which the property above descri
bed, or any part thereof, may be found,
or into which tho same, if moveable, inny
first bo brought, which proceedings shall
conform as nearly as may be to proceed
ings in admiralty or revenue cases, and
said property, whether real or personal,
shall be lotiud to have belonged to a per
son engaged in rebellion, or who has giv
en aid or comfort thereto, tho same shall
be condemned as enemies' property and
become the property of the United Stales,
aud may be disposed of as thu court shall
decree, and the proceeds thereof paid in
to the Treasury of the United Stales for
the purposes aforesaid.
Sec. 8. Ami be it further enarrd, Il'hat
the several courts aforusaid shall have
power to make such orders, establish
such forms of decree and sale, and di
rect such deeds and conveyances to be
executed and delivered by the marshal
thereof where real ertale shall be sub
ject to sale, as shall filly and efficiently
eflecl the purposes of this act, and vest
in the purchasers of such property good
and valid titles thereto. And Ine mid
courts shall have power Iu allow such
fees and charges of their officers as shall
be reasonable and proper in the premises.
Sec. 9 Aed be it fit (her eimeled, I hat
all slaves of persons who shall herea.'der
be engaged in rebellion against the Gov
ernment of the United Slates, or who
shall in any way give aid or comfort
thereto, escaping from such persons and
taking refuge within the lines of th
army; and all slaves captured from such
persons or deserted by them and coming
under the control of the Government of
the United States, and all slave of such
persons found on or being within any
place occupied by rebel forces ami af
terwards occupied by the forces of the
United Slates, shall be deemed captives
of war, and Bhall be forever free of
their servitude, and not again held as
Sec. 10. AndU it furllier tmieted. That
no slave escaping; into any State, Ter
ritory or the District of Columbia, from
any other Slate, shall be delivered up, or
in any way impeded or hindered of his
liberty, except for crime, or some of
fense against tho laws, unless the person
claiming said fugitives shall first make
oath that the person to whom the laUir
or service of such fugitive is alleged to
be due is his lawful owner, and has not
borne arms against tho United Slate-i in
tho present rebellion, nor in any way
given aid and comfort thereio; and no
person engaged iu the military or naval
service of the United States shall, under
any pretence whatever, assume to de
cide on the validity of the claim of any
person to the service or labor of any
other person, or surrender up any such
person to the claimant, on pain of being
dismissed from the service.
See. 11. And lie il firther entt ted, That
tho President of the United Slate is au
thorized to employ as many persons of
African descent as lie may deem necessa
ry, and proper for tho suppression of
this rebellion, and for this purpose he
may organize and use them in such man
ner as lie may jutlgo best for the public
Sec. VI. And lie it farther rmvted. That
the President of the United Slates is
hereby authorized to make provision for
tho transportation, colonization, ami set
tlement, in some tropical country beyond
the limits of the United States, of such
persons of tho African race, made free by
the provisions of this act, as may bu wil
ling to emigrate, having first obtained
the cousenl of the Government of said
country to their protection and settle
ment within the same, with all the right
and privileges of freemen.
JSec. 13. And U tl further tint, led, That
the President is hereby authorized, at
any limo hereafter, by proclamation, to
extend to persons who may have partici
pated in the existing rebellion iu any
.Slate or part thereof, pardon and amnes
ty, with such exceptions and at such
tune aud on such conditions as lie may
deem expedient tor the public welfare.
Sec. 11. And be it further enured. That
the courts of the United State shall have
power to institute proceedinu. niake or
ders and decrees, mane process, and do
all other things ueceseary to carry this
act into tiled.
Approved, July 17, 1WJ.
Pi iii.ic I'rsoLCTios No. M
JOINT LFSOI.UTION extraordinary of
"An act to suppress i isurr riion", to
punish treason and rebellion, to seize
1 . ... i .
ami toiiiiet ate me property o! n In Is,
and for other purposes."
J.'r Jre.l I y I Ke. S, ,,! and (
re'eniatirtt rf the t uile.t Slain if Anifuci
in I' inyrtsi tinanl'til, That the provisions
of the third clause of the tilth sediuii
of " An ail to suppress insurrection, to
punish tns ui aud rebellion, to seize and
confiscate tho property of rebels, nd for
other purposes," shall b so construed as
not to pply to ny ct or acts done prior
to Ihe passage thereof, nor to include any
member of a State Legislature or Judge
of any Stats Court, who has l ot, in ac
cepting or entering upon his office, taken
an oath to support the Cjouttitution of
the so called "Confederate States of
America," nor shall any punishment or
proceedings under Said act be so con
strued ai to work forfeiture of the real
estate of the offender, beyond his natural
Approved, July 17, 1SC2.
From Gen. Bnell'i Army.
Battlic Cukfk, Tknn-., July 22, lsii2.
This morning a flag of truce came
across the river, accompanied br rebel
escort and two female refugees, a Mr.
anseiver and dauiihter. former! r resi
dents of Philadelphia, latterly of Mont
gomery, fleeing from Southern tyranny.
She has been doing a fancy dry goods,
business in Montgomery for two years.
Her picture of thu actions of the Southern
"chivalry" is a glaring one. There, in
that "royal city, the home of the urea t
conspirator, have been enacted deeds of
crime that should condemn her to a late
as terrible as that visited upon the cities
of the plain.
Mrs. . is intelligent and well informed.
and though mingled with much hatred,
her statements may be deemed n liable.
and are in consonance with statements
made by many others., F.ver since tho
beginning ol tho rebellion, she has been
in open sympathy with what she calls
her countrymen and the Union cause, and
has taken every opportunity to show it.
Shu has been visited several times by
vigilance committees, taken before tho
1 rovost Marshal, but would kcepon talk
ing and favoring our men, who were un
fortunato enough to bo prisoners. She is
particularly stvero on (heir harsh, inhu
man treatment to many of the Shiloh
men, who were kept at Montgomery for
several days, homo of them are there
yet. Several of them died for want of a
little medical attention, aud when Dr.
Fowler, formerly of New York, attempted
to assist them, he was charged with being
a YaiiKce sympathizer, aud was driveu
oil'. She cavo many instances of heart
less cruelty, cruellies that would cause
a cannibal or Hottentot to blush for
shame. When thev reached Montnomerv.
the sick ones were left Several hours iu
tho ntieots, totally uutaied loi, whilo the
young ladirs of Montgomery passed tin m
by with the mocking jest and derisive
laugh, saying, " good, good, you Yankee
dojis, why didn't voir slay at home."
One lady, by the name of Bard, a strong
Secessionist, acted the good Samaritan
part, hho went into the street, raiecd
ecveral of them and as-isted them to one
of their own hospitals, provided them
lood and medicine, anil was rendering
them every assistance in her power; but
this was too much, the Vigilance Com
mittee called on her, and very quietly
told her that Shu must stop. She still
persisted, and though one ot their kind,
was threatened Willi banishment if she
did not desist from all labor of love.
She was assisted by Mrs. Katly, alio her
kind-hearted Nightingale. Uvery desert
has its oasis, so with this Sodoniif Se
cession. Many sudden deaths occurred
among our men ; eighteen died in one
.she nlso gave an account of the tracic
death of Lieut. Bliss of t he Second M ich
izan artilery. His men were nearly per
ished with hunger; lie wandered fort h
from hisprisou in search of something
to sustain life. In his ramblo he ap
proached tho house of another female Sa
maritan, who had at times, by bribing
thu negroes, or disguising herself, secret
ly conveyed food to our men. He was
closely followed by one of tho Provost
guard. She was at the window; he made
known his errand; she em pi no if his name;
he gave it, certainly you can, was her
answer. Mie turned into the housu and
procured il; was returning, when she
lieard Blis exclaim: "You certainly won't
shoot me tor trying to keep from starv
ing!" "Yes, you Yankee son of a b b;"
a gun was tired, and she reached the
window in time to see poor Bliss iu his
death struggle upon tho pavement. Mrs,
V. then turned to the guilty murderer,
with tho expression, " Yon wretch, God
will hold you guilty for your diabolical
act; "he turned coolly away, leaving the
dead hotly of Bli s lay there. The Pro
vost Marshal was duly notified of the
terrible deed, but no lul l her notice vt as
taken of it. A few days alterward this
murderer was taken very sick; Ihe "la
dies" of tint city vied with each oilier iu
restoring him to health. His name is
Sanders, of Perry svi He, Ala. Were it not
every arrival here confirms her state
ment I hey would seem incredible. Some
Alabama Browtilotv will yet write out
these things, and Ihe acta of the chival
rous sons and daughters of the sunny
South shall have a conspicuous pagu in
the history of the rebellion.
l our were hung at midday, the others
in the evening. One of them, in hi dy
ing struggles, broke the rope ami Kll,
piteously exclaiming, "Oh, my neck oh,
my dear mother;" they gave In in a second
trial, and with the sacred name of mother
on his lips, our pet soldier was launched
They died like true men ; they donicd
not their faith, but utleiing prayers for
their country, homo, and friends, paused
away, adding another en mo to the al
ready long ( -a'elogiiu of damning wrongs,
committed at the hand ol what Yam iy
calls the gloriou t onledcracy ; what a
misnomer! A Confederacy of crime a
Confederacy of iniquity, headed aud con
trolled by mi ll III H hoae presence NuiO
and Kobe sjii.-rrit Would aqiear as in an
ient as Gabriel. A Confederacy headed
by women, over whose dark act trie
mantle of a Mrsealina, or the crimo
staiiied crow u of a bloody Mary, would
hang as a inauiU of ehariiy. I know
(lie imn'ili red om s well, and would liku
to draw the curtain of the) paal nv r it
all, ami think no more of the r sad lato,
b il memory nill be busy, and lo r
thought almost madden Ihe braiu! In
I other day I have Wet thciu iu the gay
scenri of home ami in merry gatherings
in my native Slste. Their clearringing
laughter, I hear it now; their voices th
mrrrie! of the crowd. No common sol
diers wero they. I have seen theru cu
the field or danger; no fear blanched
their cheek, no quiver of the muscle, but
like true Ohioans, they went into th
fearful contest, to dieif tweewsary, in
the defense of their fatherland. I aatv
them on the eve of their departure for
Fast Tennessee, to assist her suffering
cms In breaking- the bonds of (he fierce
Pharaohs or the South ; betrayed and
cspluaed, they have rallun. Thank God!
if truly gone, no disgrace gathers around
their graves ; and when their country
lands once again redeemed and disen
thralled from the destroyer, when the
mountains and valleys of' Last Tennes
see shall echo with the songs of praise
her freed sons will gather around their
graves, to oiler upon them the sweet in
cense of gratitude.
May the lime soon come, when we,
their comrades, eu visit Iheir now un
known resting places, there to renew our
vows (r allegiance, am! place over their
graves a lilting epitaph.
A few days ago she saw what she calls
tho shadow or ono Wm. Yaney, the great
conspirator, who boasted in tho streets
of Montgomery, "that he was willing to
drink all the Yankee blood shed in the
war, for they were too cowardly to
fight." He is but a wreck of the Yan
cey who strutted his brief period in the
Court of St. James, and like Pope Walk
er, and many others, gft weeping around,
whang-doodle like, in the valleys of Al
abama, over the fate ol his glorious Con
federacy. lilldillLr IHl leliof ,.nlir al ll...
mouth of a brandy boftle.
I lie .Vliirireenlxirii Aflalr f.cuerat
lleiidijiiartert Army of the (hio, i
In Camp, lluntsrille, Ah., July 21, Lsti'J.J
Gr.NKitAL Ouhehs, No. 82.
On tho 12lh inst., tho force at, Mur
freesboro,' under command of Brig. Gen.
T. T. Crittenden, lato Colonel of the fith
Indiana regiment, and consisting of six
companies or the Ol li Michigan, nine
companies of tho .'id Minnesota, two sec
tions of Hewitt's Kentucky Cavalry,
and three companies of the 7 1 It Pennsyl
vania Cavalry, was captured at that
place by a force of the enemy's cavalry
variously estimated at from eighteen
bundled to thirty-five hundred.
It appears, from the best information
lhat can be obtained, that Bri(radier
Oeneral Crittenden and Colonel Duflleld
ot tho Ninth Michigan, Willi the six
companies of that regiment and all of
Ihe cavalry, were surprised and captur
ed early in the morning in the houses and
si recta of the town, or in their camp near
by, with but slight resistance and with
out any timely warning of the presence
of an enemy. The rest ot ihe force,
consisting of the Third Minnesota and
the artillery, under Colonel Lester, Itft
its camp and took anothi r xjition,
which il maintained with hut Uw casu
a'liea against the Treble attack of the
enemy, until about three o'clock, when it
was surrendered and man bed into cap
tivity. Tako it in all its features, few
more disgraceful examples of neg
lect of duly and lack of good condui t
can bo found In the history of wars. It
Tully merit the extreme penally which
the law provides for such misconduct.
The force was more than sufficient to
repel the attack effectually. The mor
tification which the army will feel at
the result i poorly compensated by Ihe
exertion made by some, perhaps many
or the ollleers, to retrieve the disgrace of
the surprise. The action fit to be adopt
etl with n Terence to those who are blam
able, especially the officers highest iu
command, cannot be determined with
out further investigation.
Iu contrast In litis shameful aflalr, Ihe
General commanding takes pleasure iu
making honorable mention of a detach
ment of twenty-two men of companies
1 aud 11, 10th WircnnHiii regiment, un
der the command of Sergeants V. Nelson
A. II. Makin son. Tho detachment was
on duty, guarding a bridge east of Hunts
ville, vt lieu it was attacked, on the 2Hth
of April, by a force of some two or three
hundred cavlary, which it fought for two
hours, and repulsed in the most mutual
Such i thu conduct that duly and
honor demand of every soldier; and this
example is worthy of imitation by higher
oflicer ii ml larger commands.
By command of
Major-Gcnoral Bi'i L.
Jas. 11. 1"h v. Col. and Chief of Stair.
Olli. i al : J. M. WuimiT, A. A. G.
- a bSm
"There was man in the land of Uz,
and hi name was .lob, who feared God
and cache wed all evil. This means, boys,"
aid the master, "that he eschened evil
as I do tobacco; he would have nothing
to do with it." With (his ch ar and for
cible elucidation of the word "eschew,"
ho proceeded, and a number of verse
were read and comtiii nleii on in a limit
ary ch ar and intelligent manner. A few
days afterward the school cnmmiticn
called to make sit examination aud re
port progress. The master called the
boys up and begau to put them through
au examination. "Who was the man
who lived iu I Y.'" he asked. "Job" ' Was
he a good man V" "Yea ' "What did he
do?" "He chewed tobacco when nobody
else would have anything to do with il,"
was Iho tioy a answer.
Gi r.iiiwi. las at BaowNsvii.LK At
Brownsville, Trnn , last Saturday, there
were eleven guerrillas, not Confederate
soldiers, who had been engaged iu the
d. ghlful pursuit of burniifg cotton
They would ki to the premises of persons
who had Sold cotton, and eouixd dm ser
vants and former owners to pull 11 oul,
when they would burn it iu Hieir pre
sence. Il was not a 1 llln remarkable that all
thu Cotton these gurrnlla burned w as
coitori that ha I beeu .M by laruier tu
econd hands, thus nahling th people
to gel value r. -tewed lor it. and inllici
iug a total !" upon the purchaser.