. IT MUST A
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rUDLISIIED BY AN ASSOCIATION OF fEINTE US. OFFICE ON PRINTERS' ALLEY, LT.TWhT.N UNION AND DEAPKUICK STREETS.
NASHVILLE, ' TENNESSEE, SATURDAY AUGUST , 10, 1802.
lav r . r l i "r
, t Z ai ii . i .i- .X.. i, ,.........,
, 0TYr GOVERNMENT.'
. !.: . i f't':
JOHN ill.'Oli HMITH,
1 ' johm mu.HBr.Kv; jfnnaw. -' 1 '
fpV JT.r.W-W.. H. n'ltklnenii, A. l' Ttxkee,
aud Jainee A. lee. ..,.-.' f ' r
7j ark Jf.irief Jolm 'buiubley,f-0i.'i., Srl;
Jo U Kyan.axswid I nd Jot P.w'ai'Ck, third
T.i w-Wlllaam Driver. , ( V
Itrran Collar A. B. Hhimk"lnd.
WUrr Tut ('MilK-Mt . B.lirwillj. ,
7"ronrr-B. lU'Ory. . , !,,, . . ., , . .. .,
H MatUr TlioniM "' ' ,
, fvfrMnintt' if tt'W-i(rr H'ar-.riuiiM WyHlt
rt.yrt" i'ir4 fUjWlrBWil lol M. !-nrjr. ;
Vi-'' A rrjf t. H. MrBrrde.
Vy Attoni'ii J MrPhall Bwlth.
' imcrl y M "wii-M. I BrJ", trerwltot ; J, K.
liu, J. C (tmllh, M. O. U laiboftd, od Ju. Kobb.
CWit -..Ht.l-W. P,J..ii.f,Prwia.it( WUIIMH
Kcili'iU, T JSwbmsKhi Wia. inf, m. CUwrl,
Iml Hinih, W Mii'llui.JiiiiM Turnw.O. M. Boulh.;
Halo, A. J.Cole, Ju. I)vm, Autlrew AuUiiu, J. B.
' :. , it ' ' J f f
I ' ' iVMW .MKIrtltU 1 lt ) M.1L. .
nat-e Kn, Kcovot 4d Col. '
Waltr H'orti AoilfreoB.Hmllli o4 Cllborn.
MyAlt, Ckraihiim ml I InltnirDa.
Wharf Nnwinno, tlwl od Tumor.
. JIvyftti-rJiAi-r', UgrBi ",
. Mopt'-Chwk'b') ..yftluw KiiuwW. ' '
fir IttforimnU Cri'ciy, Drlrer ni Nawnui.
thu Ortvur. Chvatbani and Itevta.
(VmWTyM,nri, SwirM n wbiu.1
JJurUl ifoM KuburU, 8lr tid Iiiruer. (
Maia Uon(b, Coibaro moi Ixrui.
, V(ii-Cbetbafn; Brics ud itdia . , . ,
. trM9-Jltii;t,4.alleriM x4 Briew.- -
HWUoiih tTiwitlutm , MoylloW ud Knwl4.
hprnmli uimI Exprndthirn 8oovil and
I'ml'tir, I'roytrty Brit n, Chvatbam and Toi uer.
Put Jlotut Majfluld, Jouna and RobcrU. '
I j-tyrB'wr 0AWV0) tnfw ) Twlyi
' next rHriiiif lb aocoad aud (oiirlb Tbvirnd.yi lu
rarb mouth, and tb Common Oonncll Ibe aooad
..... m I r
fcjifnfiib Bnh; " "
firil IiaM4ii( Wm. Yaxbrmmh.
HwonJ LifUlrrnintJoha H. IteTla.
Pvllwmak Wm. Jacfcim, Jio k"vailw, Nlrt t'a.
' Tla, Jufl rhil'lpa, Wk. rukw, John Cattroll, WlllUua
Ma,o, John Kuglai, J. W. Wrllit, Juhn Puckett,
Kobwl Houtl, W . tV rraMlaTluuwut I rancia, Andraw
Jyo, Iavht if i, uil Clmriea Uit lit.
ArThaPuMoa Contl la opnni'd nvwjr rourniog at
,'! .', l i "i .'-I' JJ-i t '' '
Mrr( .lami M. Hltton., Jmi Tlmniaa lli.li
won and J. K. Bui limlmn. '
Hrg'utfr rliiot-aa (iarri'tt.
Ti-unU W. Jiuor TuyUtr. , , ,
tViruar V, U Bslr. !'''
K.iiijr Jolts Corb'tl-
Hrmwt CulltrtorJ. (i. Brlli jr.
Kuilrnuj Jk iVWarrW D. Bobarttwi.
O mtnklft Aif flu 'ftakrillt WWiW-Julm l. liooHr
aud J. K. Now nmu.
COUNTY, COUrtT. .
Jnlj Hon. .Iatna VVbltwjrth.
!' I. I ludalry Nkh'J.
' "iTiio JiiJiei'i Ccijrl D'la tl.r nmt Muuilay lu
t fmHi tnnarb,km Ihe Hiiafteily Court, compoai d of
ll Matiotrauii o( th Gmuty, U bxld tbo Cut Mon
day iu J iitiuiy, April, July and Orlobcr.
Jh.j Hon. Nattianiel Btiter.
W lTlil U . Lot. . . . ,
' ft-Tba (hurt imvla the Qrvt Momlay lu Jliirch
... r, - CRIMINAL COURT;' ft .
Jii.,r llou. William K.Turui'r.
'(art lluu lea K. lliU"lia.
aT Tba Court meet lb Itrwr Wooday lu April Au
HUMt and Iteorlnlmr.
, CHANCERY COURT. .
tXuwUur Hon. Samuel 1). Prleraou,
fieri aa.l JUuaer J. K. OleaTea
Ajr Tbe Court im-eta lb niit Mouda)' lu Moy and
Novemlrer. . - ' i. -
.(':! ; i .9- ! . . . ''
.lov K. Uiuk, llrand Secretary, ahould be adilnat4
at AUAa.tl, rH.
lVMuet ln.lv', Ke. 1 M.la avory TueeJay Kvm
It.al tbelr IU11, ua tba turner of Ulo and Cum.
wt-r anreete. The olTltera tr the preaeat term, ar:
O. H. L.o-. I tr.i ). titlfx V a.'t f I W.-ek'ey,
Secretary; L. K hNlu, Treoaurer.
1'r.W Xo- JA elet'U l tba p'ar
'-every AUoKtay Item. Tim ufflr-ei are : R. A.
t'awpbell, . C.; Henry. Ap.le, V.d.jJ I-. Park,
'S.T.iltrf ' ft. P. rna.Trtarr. " ' '
' . . I I i ' i - i . -
jiiaWr Utrt. i(ta ai ilu lr 11.11, na South
tli'trrr rlrve1, ("tory, P(ldy i-.TeNiiit, T" itW' r
Ctet;t.C. N 01; 1bk lUr.nau, V U.i Jain -a
llt-S.r'rjtj W, M alllory, Tr'rer.
, f oJy, AV. It, (tl-rmai.)MeH t tlx
1U1I, txirwef Lutiu and unim etrruia, tvury
fburaday Kvrfilnf, The nOloeii aie : Cl.e:l- Hicb,
N J i y, fne.lu. ,V (1 , l)lli ril' b, mwrtury;
, . td Aj"le.l'loutr. evi ' k i.
. Jhe'iHt Pimi, Ke I M-ti at Hie alwre lil!
im tan Irtt ant ' third Wloedy of ea b mouth.
The iiftVor kr: J a' UiHt, V.V.; T. H MoBrule. II J. f
U. P. Puitor.H W j Peter liarrie, Jr.. J W ; John K.
HI'le, terib , IL H 4'mtrr, Tiiuur r ,
M,f r.., I'nraepafNl, A'o. 4 lieta at Ibe
, ,bov H I Ht Uw e . fourth Wodnar.Uy
atbta f aeeli mouOK 1 be om.vni are- Jua. T bVli,
' ti'.P , Henry AP,HP'! I. U.4ier, B Ir.ed
' wtati, JW.' Ctarw Rlr.'tur, rv.rlb; J N. Maid,
Trt-aeuier. ,. . yt- , ( '
XBJUVAL AKD DETAKTUKK OY TRAINS.
IxMiltetn 4lablllll R.'lralu bwaal 1 4a, A.M.
" .. ..!.,. '1 ,, V. "- l ' I'-M.
.(.Lvlllok m.kiwrll U. IXiln bav at 00, A M.
.. ... t arr. al T 00, P. U.
Navb ft rfitte y K I TrKi kwaat 10 00, A M.
' ' ' " ' ir 'el JA.P M.
i . -. - no
""'! ADAATB 'IXrRESS tClTTANT. t
,. (KTIlt' t'o.U,C)iilit kltl.l
Teit-itul wlebluk to aend J rel,!tt aud tkj' by
Lb lltirulrf Tliu ui lb Uiuvim :n Kn-
nu-, -4 - HariLL aim- la-rv jtttui,
ntuit savnth Minn t Hi Odtr by I u look lb
'.?M.'''frv.T i 1
Davidrok Coi'jiTr DmtcroBr CmtinuM.
, . . . - .j... .. ,. .. i . i . j
MILITARY QU ASTERS AND OFHCESB.
iDlIIwd'art'a aa Blgb alrtat. Urn. Uuntont
crxnnandmit. ... 4. ..... j
IHru4 Hiaitqiiailrr en Pnmmor atrAit " (Br
rord't rwluVnee ) Carl . Orant, A. . O. '
JWuf Afarii II-aditaartiTa Cbureb trKt)
(Koroma Acad.'my.) (ol. tunlry Mailbawe. , ,
Ckiy Attittnnl Qrtrmamr llea.li)iiarter on
Cbrrryitrnot-; K 10, (Judge Cattun't mkloaM.)
C4. J h Omgliam. , ,' . i
: AiuMt llrtoriir Cbal(nooja JX'l l'A.
AmiMljtU (jMrlermttiUr Tm 1 alfrt, Mr Mrl.
I'olk'a raaldenra.. . CafA. B- N. L.nUi. .
AhuIoM (iHarUrmottm No. IT, Market uroet.
( apt. J. M Hale. ,
flttrf CummUsary--Tleadiiarlerl, Ku, ' 10t Vln It.
Caail. K. Macfeely. ; ..f- ' i ., '
- tbmmfMary a ttaluurauae Bioad atl'Kt. , CiJ't. K
l.litle , . ' , ,' .
Arting Cbmmluary rrf t4h,iimCorm'-r of Broad
and Colnge atrerte Lieut Cbule Allan- , I
L Ue4icl ItiriJor "urn aer awrvet. (Dr. Font a old
rt-auleac.) tfurgoiio, K- Hwlft.
" Jk'nliral Pmrrrfnr'i Oflr CtinrrK ureet, Boolc
Bulldldf. . J. H. I'Iktm, f ariteon. th Kentucky la
fantry, Aclmj McloaJ Purreyo. ,
AEB.IYAL AJTD DSPARTTTEK OF MAILS.
Kort hern Malt.vf lonlnrlll., arrlvra Tally, .SO P.M.
' f - ! : .;' , loavaa 1.46A.M.
Columbia, rta T. h A. K.H. arrtrra " t.tO p.M.
." learea 11 O.'OA.M.'
BbelliyTlll',b y. k 0. B P, arrlrpa : " 190 P.M.
..! .,..!!, - M .j laa i '' 10.00 A.M.
UUuon, . t, - , arrhea 1 11.00 U.
. ,' Irarea I.C0 P,M.j
Mrnipblt Mall, lea Tea fally.Ta FauIiivMIc and Cairo.-
POBT-orriOES OI'KX BKTONIl LEBANON ABK
,, ... .Liberty, .,. . - Alexandria; ' I
,. (iordonavllle, HmtthTllle, .. !
"'Walortown, '' 1 Jeonlfic'i Pork.
' lOHT OFPICM OS LINE OP K. t. R.B.
" Hnrfranbnrof-ToaterTilla, ' n
Jardaa'a VUy, or ',, - , 8bbyville, . ; , j '
, Cbriatlana. , Pajnwtto. ., I
B, B. CONNOE & ,BB.O.,
:i :c:iinjTiiHfiioN meKviiANTtf,
N(( t OUI.I.I01S KTItXtT.
mmvr Hiov JnaC re"r4 aud lor aatloj
lv u clone) out Jouelgunieiita.
Uljle bait, lor Mis by
CONN OK at BRU.
JJ boiea HALT, lor aaj I'j
CON SOB At HRO.
CONNUR A BKiK
bbJa. Coal OIL, tor tola by
UON'llB ft RKO. !
1 ( bair bl)U. Vl OIL,
riv aaie by
. . . CONA'IIB ft BRO.
i f'Vdowa UKUOMtt,ir ante by '
lJL . ap I CtlNNOK ft BKO.
imim iOAP, for tale by
CON WOK ft BKO.
bviee HTAKCH, for aale by
CONNOR ft BP.O.
O (iheaia TkA , lor nl' by
4, . . ,..
CUVNoH ft HKO
1 4) bajrobeaW TlLA, tor aale by
CONNOR ft MHO
I 4) c.li. TKA, (or aie by
connkk ft BKO. ;
I I 1 lioiee Yuuat WlH!l, lor aale by
IU apt tAiSS.i ft BKO.
uinka soda, for aale by
CONNOR ft HIIO
f (( '" MA 1X-UW, lor aala by
Ivy VI Hp a uiNNORftliUO.
t),"L boaea itr CANU1.W, lor aale by
CO ai lON'NOR ft BRO
4) rx boiea t ul-lor aale by
COVNOR ft 00.
bbie. Vl.Nr.UAK, I r aale by
CONNOR ft HR'I.
f r aula by .
CON'NOH ft BKO
kite M ACKKKKi.,for ra e by
t'OSKoR ft BRO. '
5kiu HKHKI.NU, tor aale by
O klta HIIAP, ftr reki by
CONNOR ft BKt).,
1 (t kble TKOUT, tor aale by
U ap - .
(XtNNOR ft BRO
I V bbia. M At'K KUICl., for aale br
IKJ apk CONNOR ft RKO.
4bbla. (1I1KK, lor aalrdy
(HINNOR ft BKO
In.a Hi UN.., lor Kir by
CONNOR ft RM'.)
boxea lined s.-a!ed
tor aale ty
Q"k k"(r SAII, r.aale by
CONNOR B O.
Kf bbla (Vllili.t SuKar, N.r aale by
0J ap . UirNNORftRROj
,)f ll UkAI.
for aale by
I aVIS ap
t ON NOR ft RHO.
blue Pl.OUK, lor aale by
ap 1 .
fkiNNOR ft RPO.
O (J r-I HA US, f.w aale br
(VIS No ft RRO.
Ofi u" "ll'kit, lor aala by
COVNllR ft RRO.
)(( nlila Una Pot All hn, lot aale by
iyJKJ apt C' IN No it n BRO
rt f boj fr.ili (li it !! KKKIi, f ir a.le br ' ".
fwv an i aK nok' ft HKO, ,
Sbbl oumu iMX, lor aale by rr '
p OONVOR ft BRO.
i( llernn Canvaaaed H .4 K 4, HU " large lot ol ail
IV eoria of Ooo.ln, wiiu;b we will cloae out 'ow, at
our eld ataud, Ku. College elreei.
pi R H CONNOR ft RRO.
DU. COLEMAN'S r
Hlt attention of III Hone, a4ranKr, aud utltereeia.
ting NaebvlUe, reu.iiiriux oieuiikal aid. M reep.-1
fiul J ctU'J tv IU" l'l-. No HI I eadei H k etroet. iuv
ot.rt t. Mfs-o t.i.-rTy auil tlte iuiare
Or. O.LtMM w aa K1 piartitHKier of madM-iae, fcn
aito.wit auiim.bwd aaurtuoe aitd Oatiaruut iimw
llir aow.y year VU 4lie lretmtrU m raira lu
, baa tadocvd ti'iu b' -o h .uu tlmled eitea-
u.a to all ilimM .m una a .lui. aiany eaeea a
tba atuai iiiTeverat cbaret uv bare promptly -lo
u. t. U. in. i.vi.v A.I niHllutel i Ll'.tinrnt
Primal y.Hrenndar) ,Trttr and HereitJIary Itypn
tba. ujtiu.irrttUMi. illeai and all diaea me g.-uon
ad artuarr eraaua. m eel lib air rxeonuioa b bit
A n-inele lrrei.ilarioea and faua-lioae-l Holerona
ne'tita tif tee Womb, aud Ibe daa.l aruilu t'ua)
u,Mttw aua III otentred tturitioa.
. tvw r mm i4 tuNluellile Koi-tura. and of fta.4
' k u.M'tutu. eu-1 uut ceea ol r-etuii
..(y-ee uearly -a ult-a. If either
Hi eu-l-rban or lir. t.nmMe
arreaf', an a oar.itl iamiuailed
U'leoeeary tU'lH-aimua el n.rat er
'e.1 atetliod of viierailiia
et ply iu Ul pereoa " inter
I tee ftcet ym4.at.a of an a4ile
a ee oure.1, te ).. oaee). by IUr
I etrwvlil beo.
, i.Hiiri aikMrtt.rti, aad at"dore
ku wttk hie peW"e
t ue la Itie Imuueot nf eb
vearla l.t r-eevef II uroouoK
Vl n i aa aura,
n aifbt la tbe moratn ttn una a
( I, 'i-iy
' T K II HI r'
fiu.T Ckm, pr nnnant ,T.. ..'....M 0 4
" ' ' ti, M
i T imli Co, iwrananm, ..'.. :. M 40
Waanir I'niok, par Annnm ......... .. w -
Kl )K A dvkktisim:.
(Ta urminn tarn to oonaiiii in a aajmr.)
1 nre, 1 day, fl 00 adiiitnMl maertton I M
H " 4 o
1 month, V
: " on
, " 1J 00
" 1 00
To ADVKimyEIia in IiKTA It.
Tar atm iu i n i.l'w.. :
1 mr ntti
.... JI 00
, to lai
. 2i 00
....... J CO
........ k 01)
4 i nil
...... 70 10
- j . ..
i-j ' :
0d ( o'ntnn
Advertb-em'nta rocnpylnn; any tclft) ruaililon i
Ua, per at n. mldiuuMal plil puiuok ouhkj.
1W Dt-rcuut. ; t i
4taT Aurrrtiaetnenta tnaertxd In the l otal t'olun a
ota.(M a tharaMof tlT mia per l ee.
' tAanirM btay b d periodM-ally ben affn-ct
npou; but eT'-ry nidi change will larolvo ffia -penee,
to be taiid for by th-aiiTrnia. . i .... ,
" aWoemv aWng Die tjttr trmtrnrtmt ybr Wi4
be chnrgnl fur Ikt front, i I: , J.i j
Marrtn mad Innentl NtK, i
Wuen aioeMltni fir line, will be (iUrtfd at tba
! ,,uaual adroit nn rau-a. I
Annoaincncacnita f Cundldat).'- i
Po Ptati OmiraKa... j f 1 0
" CiOUXTT , ,. O0
" O" ;..." w
1 t I r. : ..... - . ' . . f.
, Oah rrqulrel In adranoe. (.r all a4-rteinnlej
aleaa by apeataj areenienl.,,, . i. !
' We, tb uod.mV'iied, liare thl d.iy adupte.l tbi
aliore ratoa, to whiib wa bind ourHelTi-a ttilctty to
Adhere. ' ' '' " '
.1 .. . ! !.-ij .-WM. iCAMIKOO, fbrtlm Vim.'
.'I. . . JOHN WALLACK, Kir tli IHimJrlt I
NjriUJi(T.'nu July li, HtW, j
I! L J ' .1 1 , . J
SATURDAY' 3S0KNING. AUO. I6V1M2.
OFFICIAL. . . j
LAWS OF THE UNITED STATES, j
Patntd at the Sttvni SeitUm nf the Thittii rrnth
CongriM, . ,
Public Xo! 120.
AN ACT making n appropriation fur the
purcbase of cotton and toltaccu RteU
for general distribution.
Be it enacted by Vv Senate and JLw.ie of
HcprcsenUUttiea of tte Luitm Nates of Amer
ira in Cangrtsa awiiiblel, That there he
and U hereby appropriated, out or any
money in the Treasury notothern isn ap
propriated, tlif! snm of three thousand dol
lar, for the purchase of cotton seed, and
one thousand dollars for the purchase of
tobacco sred, under the, superintendence
of the Secretary of the Interior, for cen-
eral distribution: Provided, Thatthesaid
cotton seed shall be purchased from plnccH
where cotton ia jrown 8 far north a
practicable. ' '
Approred, I'tbruarJ i:i, lUZ.
, ,..":'.. Public No. ' . , ',
AK ACT to autlioritc the construction of
twenty iron-clad strain gunboats.
Be it enacted ly tltc Senate and I finite t(
IteproentaUves of the United States of Amer
ica in Ivnatexi astenuded. I liar the Secre
tary of tbc Mavy is hereby authorized
and empowered to causa to be construct
ed, by contract or otherwise, as he shall
diem best for tbe public inUjrest, not ex
ceeding twenty Iron-clad steam gunboats
for ibe use or the navr of the United
States.' ' ' .
Sec. 2.' And le it further emi, ted, That
tbe sum of ton million dollars he and
horeby is appropriated, dot of any mon
ey in the . Treasury not otherwise ap
propriated, to carry out the purpose of
thin act. " ' ' ' '" '
Approved, Fehrnary M, 1S02. ' ''
PuDLici Xo. 41.
AN .ACT to authorise the purchase of
. , com, and for other purposes.
Be it enaitnl by tla Setuite and House of
Btirretcnlutives . of the Utiilett states of
Antmioa til CriMirei assembled. That tho
secretary of llm Xreanury tuay purchase
coin with any of t he bonds or iiutcn of the
United rotate, authorized by law, at such
rates and upon such trrms as he may deem
most advantageous to the public-interest;
and may issue under such rules and reg
ulation as he may prescribe),' certificates
of indebtedness, such as are' authorized
by an act entitled "Art act to authorize
the Secretary of the : Treasury to issue
certificates of indebtedness to public
creditor," approved March first, eighteen
hundred and sixty-two, tobuch creditors
as may desire to receive the same, in di
chargn of cheeks drawn' by ' ujinburting
otlltvrs upon turns placed, ta their credit
on the book of the Treasurer, upon n
fuiitions of the proper departinents,
well as in discharge of audited and net
tled aocnunu, as provided.by Raid act.
Ht'C 2. And be it fur titer tna1ed, That
1ho demand note authoiized by the act
of July neeiitenlh, eighteen hundred'
and ixty-one, and by the act of Februa
ry twtlfih, eighteen hiiudnd and sixty
two, (hall, in addition to being receiva
ble in payment ot duties on imports, be
receivable, and tthall be. lWful money
and a legal fender, in like manner, aud
lor thi) nam purposes, and to tn sumo
extent, us the note authorized by an act
enliiUd "An act to authorize the issue
of United Mate note, and for tbe re
demption or fouding thereof, and for
funding the floating debt of the United
State," approted IVirutry twenty-tilth,
eighteen huudird aud eiity-two-
tja-u. 3. l;iu! be it fuTttttr ebtcn-I, That
tli iimitaiioit upon temporary deposits
of the Untied States nole wnh any s
iatant treasurer or deciguaied drpotita
rie, Authorized by the SvoirlaJ-y (if the
Treasury to ri elvt- aut-h dexisits, at live
per cent, interest, to twr-nty(iT million
of dollars, shall be to far modilicd as to
Bnthorix the. Secretary of the Treasury
to receive inch daposit to an amount not
exceeding fifty million of dollars, and
that the rates of interest shall be pre
scribed by the Secretary of the Treasu
tj not exceeding the annual rate of lite
per centum. 1 i
Deo 4. Ailii tv it further ftiactt, i uar
in alt cases wher the Secretary of the
Treasury is authorized by law tor-iue
notes, he may replace) such as are so mu
tilated or otherwise injured as to be unlit
for use with ether cf the same, ebarssisr
and amount; .mod such mutilated .notes,
and all others which by law are required
to bo taken np and not reissued, shall,
when so re pi a cod or taken up, he destroy
ed in such manner and under such regu
lations as thn Secretary of the Treasury
may preacribc. i '
Approved, March li, Jsbi.
! PCBLiC-'No. 2.T
. ' '" . . . ...-.;'. ;t I!'- I '
AN ACT making an appropriation for
completing .the dufeuoes tif uaslung
tou, and for other purposes. .
l it enacted by ihe Senate and fionse of Rep
resentatives of Ota Vnitrd Stales of Anienott
in' Congress assembled, That tho sum of
one hundred and fifty thousand dollars
be and the same is litre by appropriated,
out of any money in: the i Treasury not
otherwise appropriated,' for completing
ths defence of Washington : J'rotiiteU,
That all arrearages of debts already in
curred for tht) objects of this act shall be
paid outof this sum : And provuled, further,
That no part of the sura hereby appro
priated, shall be expended in any work
hereafter to b commenced, .v t
Son. 2."nio it further enaeted, Tht
tlie lilt It section' of the act of twenty-;
eighth September, eighteen hundred and
fifty, providing for th discharge from
the service of minors enlisted' without
the consent of their parents or guardians,
be and the same hereby is repealed I Won
xdt, That hereafter no person under the
age of eighteen shall be mustered into the
United States serrice, and the oath of
enlistment taken by the recruit shall he
conclusive as to his age. j
,Se. 3. ' And be it further enacted, That
ho volunteers or militia from any State
or Territory shall bo mustered into the
service of Ihe United Slates on any
terms or conditions confining' their ser
vice to the limits ot' said State or Terri
tory, or their vicinities, beyond the num
ber of ten thousand 'in the State of
Missouri, and four thousand fine hund
red in the State of Man land, lierelotoH
authorized by the President of the United
States, or Secretary of War, to be raised
!.. m-i A Ql- '1'
ill nam uteris.
Seo. 4. And be it further enacted,4 Thnt
the second section of the act of tho tenth
of April, eighteen hundred and six, shall
Ik) and the same is hereby so amended hs
to read as follows
.'' "See. 2. 'And be it further enacted, That,
"in time of war or rebellion against the
u supremo authority of tho United StateR,
"all persons who hhall bo found lurking
"as spies, or acting as such, in or about
"iho fortifications, encampments, lsists,
"quarters, or headquarters of the armies
rtof the United States, or any of them,
"within any part of the United Slates
"which has been or may be declared to
" be in a slate of insurrection by procla
"matioiiof the President of the United
"Slates, shall sullcr death by scntcine of
" a general court-martial." , , , '
Sec. 3. And lie it further enacted, That
the fifty-fifth article of tho first section
of act of tenth of April, eighteen hundred
and six, chapter twenty, be and the same
is hereby so amended as to read as fol
' " Article Fifty-live.' "Whoever, belong
"ing to the armies of the United Stales
"In foreign parls. or at any place wilbin
" tho United States, or their Territories,
"during rebellion against the supreme
"authority of the 'United States, slulf
" force a safeguard, shall sutler death "
Approved, February V
' ' ' rt nt.if No. -12-1
As Act authorizing Jloala to issue in t
isfaction of claims against the United
States for lands sold by them within
the Las Ormigas and La Nana grants,
in the Stal of Louisiana.
, Be Uenaitedby Uie Semde uml House of
Representatives of tlie I'nUei Slates of Amer
ica in Congress assembled, That It shall be
th duty of the (Commissioner of the Uen
eral Land Ollicc to isme and deliver to
the respective owner or owners of the
I. a tr to lit it and La Nans tracts of land,
formerly situate in the parish of Natch
itoches, now parishes of Sabine and l)e
.Solo, in th hlate of Iouisiana, or tu his
or their astigns or other legal represen
tatives, certificates or floats, in the usual
form, for so lunch land as may have
been at any time heretofore sold, dona'ed,
granted or reserved by the Uuiled Slates
within said tract) of lnd or either til
them ;' ami iwliicit borUlioates or lloal
may be located by the owner or holder
thereof on any lands belonging to tho
United States, aud subjoct Ui private en
try at a price not exceeding one dollar'
and twenty-live cent per aire, aud
which certificate or floats elia',1 be in
full catisfaction of all claims against the
United State for lauds so sold, donated,
granted,,' or reserved: l'rovi led, That as a
condition precedent to the issuing of the
lloal hereinbefore authorized, the claim
ant or claimant shall present to the Com
missioner of the General Laud Ofllce satis
factory evidence of tide thereto, and that
such claimants have been and rontinue
to be loyal to the lioveriuiK nt of the
United Stale : And provided further, That
inch certificate aim float ahull not ti.
ceed in gross seventeen thousand font
hundred and seventy -seven and aixty
two hundredth acre.
Sec. And be it further enwl.et, That
thi act el sll take ti!c t immediately.
Apptm-d, March 17,
Prmic He-oLfTt'vf No. 18 J '
A REnt'LUTioM to amend an aet entitled
'An act to carry into vHef t convention
between th United States aud the
Republics of New tiranad ami iVeta
ftr'lird lj th Sf na'e a'i l IJ ie f AV'-
rcscntativu of lit Unilct Stales of Aniencu
in Congress astemlM, That the act enti
tled "An act to carry into effect conven
tions lictMcca the United States and the
Republic of New (Jrauadt and CoMa
Kica,'.' approved tlio twentieth day of
February, eighteen hundred and ixly
one, bo amended in its eilfi and tliir
leenth sectioiiH, so that when a witness
refuses or is unwilling to testify, under
the provisions of the said act, tho pro
ceedings to compel his testimony may be
at the suggestion of either party, instead
of at the so'cgi'Slioai of any claimant, as
i J.cd ;n ti.o sai.l a. !.
. ,. Approved, March lu, 180-.,
" '. ''(Public No. 22. ,
AN ACT to amend an act entitled " An
act to regulate trade and intercourse
with the Indian tribe, and to preserve
peace on the frontiers," approved Juoo
thirtieth, eighteen hundred and thirty
four. lie tt enacted by the Senate and House of
f epresenlnivetofUie United States of A mer
i'co in Coninss assembled, That the twen
tieth section of the "Act to regulate,
trade and intercourse with the Indian'
tribes, and to preserve peace on the
frontiers,'' approved June thirtieth, cLh-,
teen hundred and thirty-four, be and t lie j
same is her by amended so a to reait aa,
follows, to-wi't:- , . ' , j
"Sec. 20. And hit furOier eiuicte.1, That;
1 if any person shall sell, exchange, give,!
' barter, or dispose of any , spirituous;
' liquor or wine, to any Indian under the'
' charge of any Indian superintendent or.
'Indian agent-appointed by the United;
Stales, or shall introduce or attempt to1
' introduce any spirituous liquor or wine!
' into the Indian country, such person, on
t conviction thereof before the proper dis
' trie t court of the United States, shall be
imprisoned for 1 a period not exceeding
' two years, and shall be fined not more.
' than, three hundred dollars: J'rwnM.
however, .That it shall be a sufficient de-j
' fence to nay charge of introducing of
' attempting to introduce liquor into thai
' Indian country if it bo proved to bej
done by order of the War Department,
' or of an otlicer duly authorized ihete
1 to by the War Department. Aud if any
' superintendent of Indian affair, Indian
agent or sub-agent, or commanding
' ollicer of a military post, lias re anon to
' suspect or is informed that any white
' person or Indian is about to introduce,
' or has introduced any spirituous Liquor
' or wine into the Indian country, iu vio
' latiou of the provisions of this section,
' it shall be lawful for such superintend
' dent, agent, sub-agent, or commanding
' ollicer, o causa the host, lores, pack
' ages, wagons, sleds, and places of dc-
' posit of such person to be searched ; and
' if any such liquor is found therein, the
' same, together with the boats, teams,
1 wagons, aud sleds used in conveying
' tbe snuie, aud also the goods, packages,
'and peltries of such person, shall be
' seized and delivered to the proper ollicer,
' aud shall be proceeded against by libel
' in the proper court, and forfeited, one
' half to the informer and the other half
' to the use of the United States; and if
' such person be a trader, his license shall
' be revoked and his bond put in suit.
1 And it liall moreover bo lawful fur auy
' person in tho service of the United
' .states, or for any Indian, to take and
' destroy any ardent spirits or wiue found
'in tho Indian country, except such its
' may be introduced therein by the War
'Department. And in all rases arising
1 under this act Indians shall be enmpe
' tent witnesses.,'
' Approved, February l',f, 12.
' ri-ELic No. !);
An Act for a joint commission for tho j
preservation of the Atlantic fisheries. ,
Be it enacteilby tlie Senate and Huane nf
Representatives of tlie United States n f Amer
ica in Cunijreis assemliled, That the l'resi
tleul of tho United States is hereby au
thorized to appoint a commissioner, to
meet such commissioner as may be ap-
poioed one the part of Ureal liritain,
and also ou tho part of Franco, together
to lorm a join commission to frame
measures to protect the fisheries oil' the
coasts of Newfoundland and North
America against deterioration and des
truction by means of set line on Ihe
pawn banks, and like destructive prac
Sec 2. And lie it further enucM, That,
to enable the President to carry iuto ef
fect, this act, the uui of three thousand
dollar be and the same is hereby ap
propriated, out of auy money in the
Treasury not otherwise apptioprialed.
Approved, March 15, 1802.
.. . Public No. 40.
An Aft' to amend " An act to incorpo
rate the Columbia Institution tor tho
Instruction of the Deal and Dumb and
the iUiud," and to make appropriat ions
.' for tho benefit thereof.
Be it enacted by Of Smite and It,u.ic fJ,'-p-resrntiitifts
of tlie United State) of America
it Congress atirniMed, That the sum of four
thousand four hundred dollars per an
num, payable quartet ly, shall be allowed
for the payment of salaries and inci
dental expenses of said institution ; and
that tour thousand four hundred dollars
be and is hereby appropriated for that
purpose, out of any moneys in the Treas
ury not otherwise appropriated, lor the
fiscal year ending Juno thirty, eighteen
hundred and sixty-three.
Sec. 2. AwlU if further enacted, That the
sum of nine thousand dollars be and the
same is hereby appropriated, out of any
moneys in ttio Treasury not otherwise
appropriated for the erection, furnishing,
and tilting np of two additions to thu
buildings ot aid inititution.
Sec. 3. Andbe it furtlter enacted, That all
receipts aud disbursements under thi
act shall be reported ti the Secretary of
the Interior, a required In the sixth
section of the set to which this is an
Approved, March J , Z-o'j'l
We leaitt that a portion of the Irunrtl
work on the Liltfttitld aud Kentucky
Railroad, at Rxd River, were burned day
hefoifi yesterday by Borne buahwai ker.
Tlie damage can be easily repaired
A Kentucky Heroine,
Krorn Ifle Lou ari!li Journal
If bravo men livetl before Ihe davs of
Agamemnon, heroic women have lived
since Joan la Puerile. When the ma
rauding band under Corban was on the
way to Ml. Sterling, tho thieves went to
the house of Mr. Oldom, he being aWnt
at tin time, ami plundered him of all hi
horses, and among Ihem a valuable and
bratitiftil animal, .the favorite f his
daughter' Cornelia. She resisted this
outrage as long as she could, but linding
all her efforts in vain, she sprang pou
another horse and started post haste to
wards the town to give the ahum. Her
first animal gave out, when she wired
another, and meeting the messenger from
Middlcton, she sent him ts fast as his
horse could carry him to convey the
necessary warning to Ml. Sterling, where
he arrivetl most opportunely. MissOldoin
then led need her way towards home,
taking w ith her a double barreled shot
gun. , Mie found a pair of saddle-bags on
the road belonging to a rebel ollicer, w hich
contained a pair of revolvers, and soon
she enme up with tho advancing maraud
ers, and ordered them to halt. J'eroeiving
that one of the thieves rode her horse,
she assumed a part like Joan of Arc's,
when she said to theDauphiu Charles :
lly i i'U au' trj by cn.nht, If t'mn d:triHI.
L AmiI Hmhj lia I Aud tb.it 1 rsrti-1 ni ana,
and demanded Ihe restitution of the ani
mal. The chief of the horse-thieves did
not feel ike the Dauphin, ready to ex
claim : ' , '
Tin") come o' Ijinl'a uume, I f iai no w m in,
but Miss Cornelia resolute, uiidauutetl,
and with tho spirit ol a Nemesis, seemed
to Hash from her eye the defiance : ' ' . i
' And blte t live Ml nt 'er lly from a mau ' '
The Captain, thinking to create a di
version from the palfrey in dispute, said
he would relieve tho young lady of the
troublo of carrying his saddlebag, but
she, w ith a determination that nrgUt have
forced from Corban, had he been poeti
cally inclined, the ejaculation: '
' Thou nt an Imitrot,
' ' And Alcial wltb ib-rwuid of Ut liorah,,
refused to do any deed of conveyance or
iN'conveyancc until she obtained her
horse. Finally, finding that persuasion
would not gain her ends, she levelled tho
shot-gun at the rider, commanded him,
as Damon did the traveller, ''down from
his horse," and threatened to lire if he
did not comply. Her indomitable spirit
at last prevailed, and the robbers, seeing
something in her eye that spoke a twrri
bio menace, surrendered her favorite
steed. When she hail regained his back
and putted him on the neck, hn gave a
neigh of mingled triumph ami recogni
tion, and she turned his head homewards
and cantered off as leisurely a if she
were taking ber morning exercise. She
acted in the spirit of a true and loyal
girl; kind and loving in all her sue iaf re
lations and the idol of her neighborhood,
n we are told Miss Cornelia is, her Ken
tucky blood loathe treachery, and, when
occasion demands the exercise of hero
ism, thegetillo dnvo which nestles in her
bosom becomes as defiant as the vulture
when it guards its brooding neat.
A XVr pcecli.
The llmi, Thomas Ewimi made it
speech , at Chillicothe, Ohio, lately, of
which wo find the following synopsis in
the Scioto Ojtte: ' '
."Jw ish to speak ol the present anil
the future, not of th pant. Wo are in
the midst of a civil war, nearly oile-third
of the people arc in rebellion against the
tioveruuif ut. Tho effort of the rebellion
teuds to a dissolution of the Union,
which is destructive. If one part lie
permitted to secede, others will follow;
interested leaders may dictate, until our
country shall lie oivided into petty and
wan ing puwers! W will' have border
wars; there will be war here, This beau
tiful valley will be swept by marauders
live thousand guerrillas might invade
this valley and sweep it before this peo
ple with all our numbers and bravery
could concentrate to oppose them. Thesii
things will go on until the lairest region
of our country shall be returned as part
of Italy have been, to the wild beasts.
We must prevent desolation while we
have the power. Wo need more men, and
the more promptly we place a sufficient
number in Ihe fit'lif, the more speedily
will tbi work ho brought to an end.
&otue x'raoiis thought when lliis war be
gan that it would end in one year. I
never tltoiigh tio. The rebel were too
well organized ; they had been prcpar.
ing for years fortius rebellion; they had
corrupted our army, disM.'ised our uavy
aud rtiilcu our arms. When the war bi-
gau inu-iiigeni military nmu told me
we must expect to be detested for tlie
first year. We have don better than
that, we have broken ihe force of the re
bellion iu the West, but it is ktill
strong in the East, aud wo must have
men to put it down there ; we need more
men to hold the West ; we must occupy
the Southern line of Teniiesece, drive the
reLiels soiiin ol that line, and bo tlroug
cnough at all points to resist (he attack
of tt.eir concentrati d force. This work
will be a gallant service though lets dan
gerous than ihe fighting of great bailie.
Let us do these things, and the wotk is
almost done. '
"We have tho Mississippi, which 'wo
purchased; this we must keep, yet tho
rebels claim this great river. Much s
I would have yielded for conciliation, I
never would have jielded ny part of
the Union not foot of soil uot a bar-
Ixir, imr the navigation of a sing'o liver.
If tho Union must fall, let it fall allo-
''Many f ar taxes; I do not. Wo are
in a lutier financial condition, a a pen.
plu, than we were a year ago. We have
been relieved by p. eminent rjotrt. feouje
object that thl injures the capital. st ;
till it not o. Thu tte of tf.ius must
occur ji the histuiy of every nation.
Kiighuid, when not half an rich as wij
are now, incurred a debt of fourthousand
million of dollar la war i t h France,
and she was not injured.
"Put, afler all, money it not the high
est consideration. If wo make th pro
per exertion f..ir, and matirul'y meet aM
our n-srmns.wilitien, we can never regret
It. Tlie young men who have activity,
strength aud courage might to go out and
light the battles of tlie country. Those
who have prorrty,"Bnd are riot able to
go ought to support Ihe families of
tbe soldiers. Young nieu have oilier mo
lives they will be improved and devel
oped by travel; they will earn fame;
they and their children will be proud ol
Flora IfaTa Juitruel: '
('tint f lavour or, l krry aud
, 1IIU MUaiir. ,
All Italian nobleman, one of the very
greatest of living statesman, died re
cently at the close of hi fifty-second
yer. America, r.ngland. franco and
Italy, four nations, sincerely regret his
death, a did th friends of human lib
erty everywhere. He ought to have lived
at least twenty years longer, and used
the power which long experience, a great
intellect, and gigantic po'itical abilities
gave him for good, for Sardinia, for Unit
ed Italy, and for mankind. Hut bo died
before hi time, while in the very lenith
of his power, his efficiency and his fame,
as many great men have done before, In
consequence, first, of yieldiug to the
gratification of the animal appetites; and
second, by tbo weak presumption, not
uncommon with smaller minds, of pre
scribing for himself of being his own
physician. The public record of his
case is: " He died of congestion of tho
brain, arising from intense occupation,
want of bodily exercise, and either loo
strong an appetite or else an excessive)
Indulgence in tlie. pleasure f bin well
appointed table." , In plainer language,
he died of apoplexy, from eating . too
much and exercising too little. In fact,
the great Count could govern ft nation
better than he could govern himself. JJis
presumption completed the ruin of. his
maiilv frame and once vigorous constitu
tion. We have read of t!io Unman ruler w ho
loved eating so well shat when he bud
swallowed as much as his pannch could
possible hold, ho would take an emetic,
that he might repeal the pleasure,. Count
Cavour hail for a long lime hern a great
feeder, and as he persisted in taking no
exercise, ho made too much blood, and
that, too, of a bad quality; and being a
great thinker, this attracted the blood
to the head faster than it could be con
veyed away by tho sluggish veins;
hence,! lit re wt etich a great acuiiiulat ion
that the brain was compressed ; crawd
ed, and the powers of life were for the
moment in a tato of suppretsion. He
had)found out that tn previous milder
attacks, that the quickest way to get re
lieved of the (urpltiR blood wa In open a
vein in the arm and speedily, "Richard
was himself sgain." Hut in this last
attack, hating no medical knowledge be
yond tbe general fact that bleeding had
telieved him before, ho inferred that it
would do so again, and that the only
Mile to govern himself by was to let. the
blood f In w until he was relieved, and as
t, f ten as the Symplons returned. The
result was that he did not send for his
physician, but for ft professional bleeder,
w hose w bolo duty consisted in opeuing a
vein, and letting the blond run until he
was ordered In stop it. Hence, neither the
blecdir nor the Count's physicians were
to blaino, because he was in ell'i ct bled
t'l death before he consulted hi physi
cian at ull, It is admitted that "Count
Cavour wa bled to death." He was hied
seven times, but by his own directions
given to a noii-medical man. "
When (j'ci)' ral Kelley was in quel of
gticrilllasiu Wei.lern Virginia he rap
tured a young woman named Sallie
Dusky, whose futher in in the peniten
tiary for mail robbery, , hud iter two
brother are Captains in the rebel army.
The (iclierat feeling Confident that the
girl knew the hiding place of the guer
rillas, had a private conversation with
her, and during the interview', having
fulled to gel much satisfaction, he told
her if she would make a clean breast of it
be would give her the chances fur a hus
band of all the yonng otlicer in his staff.
Thi failed to bring'the information, and
Sallie wa taken, away in charge of Cap
tain I'aojgrt. As she moved away from the
(iencral' presence (he asked the Captain
if the Uenrrnl was really In earnest In
making the last proposition. HakM
mi id tier that ,t!i (iencral was tiucere,
and that he would have lived up to hi
promise. The girl assuiiird a kind of a
thonghtfirl manior, and after a short
tiino replied : " Well, 1 believe I'd about
ai lie! havo the old loan (meaning the
(iencral himself,) a any of 'em," ,
A letter from (iaHKKT Davis has beim
received in Washington, fully cmnVmiug
th apprehensions of (rouble in Kentucky
Ho say that Union men regard it. as
certain that tho relx Is propose attempt
ing another invasion like MoJ((JAn'( but
on larger scale, whenever they can
take our forces off tlielr guard. -
. i i ion i ! i .
"., l tie lee ti ill Illliaolo, ,g j (
' Jlr.AtR.i.'AttTPiw J'J'fii Illinois, .,j
Hunisvii.i.i; Ala., July, L-i;2,S
(iKNrtiAi, On urn No. ,
All L'oniniiseioned and Konfomnii-
oned Ollhvro, Musieisns and I'lirate,
belonging to list 1'h lirgiinent 'llinoi
Voliinti'ers, who are now away from thi ir
respective companies, except fhnke who
hat a Surgeon's Certificate; of Disability
(which must be tiibsequrtit to the tlate of
this order), or ar on regu!rly del.ti bed
ervice, will report to these Headquarter
within ten day ot tlie date of the ptib
likhmeiit of thi order.-' 1
Those failing to comply with thi or
der ill be treated at deserter, and thru
liaun s will be published a ch. Thi
order will bo carried nut to th litter.
. Hy ordir of
M. D. TtMw.e,
Acting1 Adjutant. Auy; 2 -T'tt
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