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' 1 . um .. . ""'J' . '"' For Freedom anl Nationality. Si. t:. I'll IM I ", liditor. WI.DNF.SPAY MORNING, AIT,. 2", 1:2 Governor Masoffin'i Messije. The, Ix)-iibTil'.e Jimf-im" of tin- Ullli iont., contains nn.-Rig of marly f.mr column of clone print, with a column and a Lai T of donuments sccoinpan yivg it, from tli at long-winded nd Tcibone fanctionarj Kr.iiuii Ma'ioifis. He IUaii is certain! entitled to" the re putation of lalliing more and say ing ! than any nllior puhlio man in tho nation. Ik novcr takes op a pen to write tiirxsage or a lcttor, without opening a iloodliateof l.aldenlaah. At the lat U'l- IuIk8 his word-machine rattles amidst tern away like the fuos of an nng' icd windmill In a hurricane, or a llm:k of wild getsc. :reaming and uhhllni; in a ttorni. I'-r.niAii i Hie Prinee of clatter- en and gahhlets, he has tongue i'Iioiil-Ii to furnish malf-riiil for at IpssI a Uioiisanil old ladiva' tea-pnrties. BKiilAH tries hard to nrove himself to he a perfectly loyal man with rebel principlen ; an out and out Union man with seeli ymiathie, tlies(ailfaat friend of (lie l"iiiirias it nm and ready at the w ink of an eye to take tip arms againM A UK Lincoln. To show of what material 15 Fin mi's loyalty to the Federal Uovei uniciit in conifiofied, we ex tract a few passages from hi messap I !(; leave further to call your si-rluus attention to another auhjeel in my jud tnent of the gravest imiiortance to the peacuand welfare of the Stale. It is to the inU'rlorence by the military with the civil Authorities, the arrest of our ril.i- Kcns without autliority of law, and their prol.'Ction la the eiijoyinent of the rili of soll'rage. thtir riht to become lamii dates for and to hold olM.-e and enjoy their property as peaceful and law-abiding c tizeiH, under the Constitution and lawn The meaning of this is unniistakablo when we recollect that no one but an avowed traitor, or one w ho lias been act ing with avowed traitor, has been for bidden by (Jen. Doti.e to run for oflice in Kentucky. All ft .vt..iiuii candidates were warned that they would not be allowed to run for orhold oflice, and all loyal im ri no matter of what party, were at liberty to he candidates without inv restriction whatever. Governor Maoufkin com plains that this was an Interference with the right of suffrage. " The policy adopted, it seems to me is danpeious in the extreme. It must lead to confusion, conlliot, and anarchy. 1 here is no HeeeHsity for it in my juop mcnt; no law for it. If the Slate had been placed under marshal law, which suNpeuds the civil law, and w hich is the Will OI the C41llllua.uiler fur til liniM being, there might be churned Homo shadow of excuse for it, but Kentucky was not, and is not, under martial law, and I respectfully submit to you vthcth er or not a change of policy in the res (oration of the civil authorities in all their force, and the continemeut of tlif military and civil power within heir legitimate spheres of action (the limitary being subordinate to the civil lkw) will not restore peace within our borders, and give ample protection (as the laws are adequate, or if not amend them) to our people in the enjoyment of their rights." Let us illustrate this by the cae of Judge Nr;TAr,, a civil ollh-cr, but a vio lent rebel, (iovcrnor Mahofkin contends thnt such a traitor should have authority over a Federal military nfllecr, and that the court of a traitor and a rebel should control the actions of nn olliccr acting by the autbuiity of the President (if the United States. Again he says: " Regarding abolition as worse than secession, by condemning, in unmistakable language, the change of policy in the Government, you will streiiKlien, in my opinion, the cause of the I nlon, give assurance to its armies in the Held, and greatly encourage enlist ments at home." Of two evils choose the least. Juri' Davis Is a secessionist that is had: 1'ul Lincoln is nn abolitionist, which is worse. Therefore, says (Sov. Mauofkix, of the two evils I'll take the least, which is Ji:i F PaVH and secession. That is just where Macoffin's talk leads him in spite of all his circumlocution. A'ti ire mr ft''i.vj i.i tiio Federal army tc's Jcy,i'y i'iiuiii".' genuine than Mitjo'Jln's. They need watch ing. . We might extend our quotations and comments on this wordy messagebul what we have quoted shows that Kentucky is to be congratulated in livintf rid of n Governor who is ckarly nothing but the tool of Uiiiti mnkiI'iik ami Senator 'ov ri.L. The message contains no hearty cipicmiou of loyally, and beyond doubt ils author is only w alching an oppor tunity to follow in the footsteps of (' I. Maooffi.n', of Missouri. Tui Nkw Co mkt. Tho Dudley observ atory astronomers It'll us that this new viniial will probably allaiil its greatest brilliancy about the 'Jitih ins). It was lii lit discovered July lHlli, and at that tiuie was dimlaut about one huiidn d and thirty -Hie millions of miles ami ap proaching the earth at the rite f two and a bait' millions of miles daily. Then it was at a grratcr duisuce from us than tho sun, now it is apioacluug both the earth and sun, and is only ci;!it or ten degrees litiu the pole. We have tried to detect it wall the naked eye but can ot lind the eccentric, straiigi r. L xi -i-uVe .'Ut7i.J. 'I ks cotnet w as seen here iiihl before Sast, by s.veral gi ntleuieii, in a Noi i h westerly direction. It is a very gcnleol though ra'her diminutive looking celes tial, although as big s could be ail'onled in w ar times. The Irsiu fioui Loiiisvillo axiived her safely yesterday evening, bringing a lare number of pastengeis. It brouglit us nil mail tmf irtnnahlv. No I'jprcsaian of (nlon frnllintnti Allonrd hjr ilia Itthrls. Tlis following dii(ch ti as l.eu ri- rrivcd fnm Contral Thomas, 1y tjnTor- WASMKOTON, AiJJ. 12, ("h-e. A nil ere JiJi;inn : I presented the case of the laht Ten nessee Union citizens, in ennlinement, to IhmttiT ( Iim.ti, Esip, Agent for thu lOx r.hange of 1'nsoniTS ; who informed ine that tho Union citizens were divided i nto three classes, those of the third class being those who expressed their senti ments fully, and were regarded as vio lent in their opposition, and that this was the class in confinement and held as prisoners of Sia'e. This exchange of prisoners of State is not held as obliga tory. L. THOMAS, Adjutant General. Wo wish those person l who complain that tho Federal authorities do not Buffer tlxmio talk treasoa openly, to observe the grounds on which tho arrest and imprisonment of our fellow citizens are burd by the rebel authorities. The "expression of Union sentiments," of loyult to tho Government, of opposi tion to this lawless Slid sinful rebellion, are regarded as ample reasons why two hundred of upright citizens oT Last Ten nessee, saiost vihoiu no other crime but patriotism is charged, should bo confined in prison walls, hundreds of miles from home. This is the ni t of the if i el Government, for which our Secessionists in Nashville fed so great- a partiality. And yet tlnse very rebels, ho suppoi t. the tyranny of tho Richmond usurpa tion, and the fiendish oppression of the infamous Ciitucitwr.i.L a wretch who seems to emulate (he example of Cl.AVFR- iiovsk, tho terror Of Scotland's Covenant ers these persons, we say, complain bit terly of the tj'-ii,ivj of Governor Johsov, because he has arrested and sent North such men as Haki'Int., and Font', and Skiion Treason must talk, but loyalty must shut its mouth, forsooth ! Honest, loyal men must be dumb as tho grave, while traitors and rebels stalk along our streets, disseminating calumnies against the Government, circtila'ing rr.ipe-vinc dispatches, and encouraging the Confed- eisle cause! S ich absurdity cannot be tolerated. I ; w ill not be. Hut if our loyal fellow citizens, now locked up in the dark and loathsome jans of I iiscalo.isa, for "expressing Union sentiments," cannot be released in exchange for rebel prisoners w ho were taken wi:h arms in their hands, perhaps we can procure their liberation, by Offer ing, in exchange for them, an equal num ber of persons who have been active in expressing (reasonable sentiments airainst the Government. We have no use for such persons ; they are a disad vantage, a stambling-block, a hindrance to the c4USeol law and order, and a curse and loyal men; true men who havo scorn ed to bow to the Moloch of rebellion ; men who loved their coiiTitry more than liberty or life. Lly all means let us make tho exchange. Since writing the above we learn that General Thomas has been notified by tho Executive Department of this Slate that an equal number of disloyal persons, will bo furnished in exchange for our loyal fellow citizens now held as prisoners of Stale. Tin re can be no better evidence that a limn is either imbecile or disloyal, than to bin e him insist on the revival of sumo one of the old political parlies. Now is not the time to revive any ol the isms which once divided the people. We i not want our causes of dillercnce multi plied at present ; wo want an all-enciicl- ing bond of united action; of harmony ; of concord. The man who insislo thai un ¬ less the American party or the Democrat pally, or the Whig party be restored to pow er (he country is lost, is not far from being ready to saerilice his country. Ho loves party more than he does his coun trj'. Governor Mauoitix gravely tells the Legislature of Kentucky that "ll.o only hope of the ountry is in the true Democracy of Iho North." If he had used the term democracy in its proper sense, as comprehending the friends ol free government,' he would have been strictly correct; but bo did not; he meant pai tiati democracy, represented by lVt iiANAN anil the faction which al ways truckled to the- Cotton Oligarchy. He meant such Deui iciacy as that which in (.'invention in Philadelphia, ui Janu ary lS'il, passed tho following resolu tion : .Vsi'isl, That in the delihcra'e judg ment of the Democracy of Philadelphia, and, so far as wu know it, of l'enin vlva nii, Iho dissolution of thu ( ni iti, by the Reparation of the whole Sooth, a result wo shall most sincerely lament, msy re lease Ibis common wrihh. to a large ex tent, from the bonds whnh now connect her Willi lue Cutifi deiacy, except so far as, for temporary cuuvciiicnc-.tdie chooses to submit to lluiii, and would authorize and require her cilieiis, Ihro ih a con vent, nn to bo assembled lurlhal purpose, to determine Willi whom her lot should be cast, w to tber w Hli the Nm ih and East, w hot fanaticism has precipitated this misery upon in, or with our brethren of the South, whose hiuii.s wo feci as our on, or whether )' nnsji hania should bland by herself, as a d induct coaiiimuit v, ready, whin ocean mi. oilers, to bind to Kdhcr 1 tit broken Uiimu, and resume her place of lojalty and dcv(i.n. Such is the democracy of Ii.i l.m MA;orF: It is not the d niocracy of Senator Vn;.,n t, of Hon. ,!o.-t.ru Holt, of Gov. Johnson, of Secretary Siavros; men w ho, I. en l he very life of the coun try is at slake, can ca-t their partizan J doctrines away lor the time as iiicuui- I brauces; and p:vponc, as the only bond j of fcllo nhip, the question: Are you 1 fir (lie Union at a!l ha-ards '.' i The Usui on the Train sm:c an J Ala- bsuia Railroad was tiied into yckierd.iv, 1 whil coming to ibis place. The Gallatin XIisfortun. It is useless lo " cry over spilled milk," but it may certainly be profitable (o in quire into our misfortunes, to see whether they were not bronchi on by our own mis- i liisiiageinenl, and w hi tiler they cannot I? prevented in future. The recent capture of the guard at Gallatin, was a most un fortunate affair. Col. Loose, who has always beet! ?gai did as a Sensible, brave anil (rue man, seems to havo been taken completely by surprise, report staling that he was taken in bed. How nuch a thing could have occurred at such a noto riously violin! relul hide as Gallatin,' w here nearly (he w bole population lire traitors, and where guerrillas have been expected for months, is a myshry lo us. A movement on Gallatin has been ex pected both here and in Louisville, fur some (ime, and yet wc do not ham of any ptepnralions being made in the wsy of fortifications. Had a good stocsde been built, one hundred men could have driven off five limes (heir number of cavalry, without sustaining any injurj'. Some one will say, " Every body sees that ; " then w hy in the name of common sense, was it not done? Sncb negligence is utleily inexcusable, as that which allowed the guerrillas to lake Gallatin. We hare no doubt that Col. r.nONK, w hose loyally and bravery is undoubted, fi 11 into the same grievous error that many other of our ollicers have fallen into, in supposing (hat the rebels in and around Gallatin could he won over by concilia- lion and gentle means. All brave men are loth to shed blood, or exercise power , ,, . . . . harshly, and hence, men who are steeped in treason, have been almost always treated with tenderness w hen they have fallen into Ihe hands of the Federal olli cers. The viper lias never yet failed to snap at the breast which warmed it, aid S ime times has stung it fatally. Now it seems to us that if any people have rick ly deserved (o be made feel thai (litre is a Federal Government, able to punish fis enemies, and especially traitors, the mi liguant, turbulent and insulting rebels of Gallatin ought to have felt the weight if its hand long ago. They should have felt it both in person and in properly and learned that the law was able t vindicate iisdf. Put what has been tht actual course pursued (lu re by our an llioiilies? A correspondent addressu g us some days before (he capture of Col. lh.ONi:, makes the following statement : You will probably be aware that lately four murders have been committed oi harmless Union citizens in this neighbor hood, and no steps have been (aken to trace up Ihe murderers and their helpers, although they are well know n. Neither havo Ihe poor w idows with their families in the lea-l degree been cared for, so tint the few remainiiigUiiion men areextrcme ly intimidated, seeing not the least protec tion by our Union troops. Recently there was a number of ne groi'N seni ln-ie lYoni lVasiiviiie, iu woi. on our fortifications. lint, instead of complying with (disorder, Col. IlooKEdns sent fnur of Idem already back to their owners, although i understand, that nt least one of (hem is in the reM anny. He has also returned revolvers and oilier lire-arms to their owners, although they still refuse lo lake Iho oath. These and older things happen. daily ; the ladies carry and openly display rebel flags in the churches, anil wave them dclbntly in our soldiers laces when passing Hour windows, but nothing is done against Iheiu. rirUlllI'o una arllle. The President is will rid of one cla-s of his adusers, and the country is lo lo congratulated thereat. Recently, as tie representative of Ihe Kentucky nolic, the old man WickliiTc was frequently closeted with the President, persistently attempting lo slay proceedings against tie rebels. Ho failed, and it is to be dopid has uttered his last counsels at the Whiie Hou e. Seccssionisin has struck its nuts deeply in the family of ex-Presiilnt Tyler's poslmasier-genersl. Col. Wicl lill'e, one of the sons, commands the LU Kentucky regiment in tho Confederae army; number son, Ren. Wicklill'e, cj (ioeioor of Louisiana, with his Ivo nephews also joined Iho rebel Mandarl. Another one, Col. Charles WiekliU'e, w.s killed at Shiloli, and Cant. Nat Wieklilii, wlio was aid to Gen. A. S. Johnston, si ill in the service. Wic lill'e's last effort in his speech it the revived ftli-of -January anti-wtr meeting of Democrats at Indiauspohi, w here ho bodily declared (hat " Nigger schemes had put ihe. w r baik at least a year, and necessitated Ihe cal for Ilijti.lKlU niori! volunteers. 1J tiw,l Jr irnr in tumult if tU t'o'i ii. ,'ii, on and te L'tiim, lie Ifi'ed lue (jin-i-riihifnl nvu.'J ,;( t,em" Put Mr.Wicklifl'e's speech was patriotic compared Willi John S. Carlile's. The latter ill ti red sentiments that bhould entitle him to a place in Fort Warren He is t lie renegade w ho has (hveiied and outraged the people of his new Slate, and has already received their cnudcmisa- iin. At a war n ling in Knoxulio, Taylor county, Virginia, last week, it was uoaniiui.ofly ''AV.y.ife , That the course in Congress of our Senator, Johu S. Csrlile, iu lining with secessionists and Secession s-in-pathiitcr , in all or a large miuibar ot his voles, and also in opposing and voiing against the admission of the new Su: to, das I cither loet ur wishes nor let! ! d our sentiments, and wo hereby reqiest Li in to resign a position which he has show ii himself unworthy to I II." This laililo y.as a third-rate law j er iu Harrison County, and onn of the Inv est crajo of politician. Jl0 owned two I negroes, a wench, and a young black j Willi Carlile's features. hen Ihe itbcl- liou broke out he hastened lo put his i small ullairs in shape, and, abandoning i estrjilwng, was acuta ly overtaken whilj ii bis way to Pennsylvania as a fi:b-ilive. without courage cunujh lo take pari on of (ho facts in such case. ; either side. Unfortunately, h,, H,s per. The (ieneral Commanding lakes this . susiled back as a compromise candiJale occasion to remind the olllceis and sol t lo head the new Slate inoveiin nt His diets of this army that we are engaged I Jaiter life is all cmpused in thu ivs-du- j in supporting (he Cons'ilution and laws i tioii above, and is a very lining prtace of (he United Slates, and in suppressing , to ln prcv..l lunon lion with the a:iti- ' rebellion against their authority ; that w e ' war party. '.,.. V'..i.ne. j are not engag. d In a war of ra.-iiae, r. vengo or subjugation; that this'is not a ,1 '",lU-,d against populations, but against Johu C. l..w,s, ihe publisher of the ai ined forces anil poll lieal organizations ; l' ;,"(.'. !ml d".V, has contributed fit,- ' that it is a struggle c.rned on within the tils t the raising and equipping if Ihe j United Stale", and should be conducted i lit at Regiment id 2d.- District of Colom- i by us upon the highest pnii' ,pl, s know u ! bia to Christian civiliraiioii. Iroportsnt Order from General He Cle'JaD. t. Lint ti, ortni.iii . it. HkAiujrarurK ' Ar.nr or ink Poiomac, Camp ke.'.b IIaruihin's LanI'Imi Y August !, I'siJ. The Msjor-General Commanding di rects the attention of tho ollicrrs and soldiers of the Army of the Potomac lo the following Executive order by the President, which has hern officially pub lished : ' War Dl I'ACTVfcNT, Wasiiino loN.f .Inly li'-'. S I.NI.l I IIVK OI'.IpLK. First. Ordered, tl.nl military comman ders within the SUd s of Virginia, South Carolina, Georgia, Florida, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, Texas and Ar kansas, in an orderly manner, seize and use any pioperfy, real or pi rsonal, which may be necessary or convenient for the r several commands for supplies, or for other military purpnsts; and thnt, while property may be destroy ed for proper militnry objects, none shall be destroyed in wand nness or malice. Second. That military and naval com manders shall employ as laborers, w ithin and from said States, so many persons of Alricsn descent as can bo advantageous ly used for military or naval purposes, giving (hem reasonable wages for their labor. Third. That, as lo both properly and persons of African descent, accounts shall be kepi sulllcienlly accurate and in detail lo show quantifies and amounts, and from whom both properly and such persons shall have come, as a basis upon which compensation can be made in pro per cases; and tho several departments of this Government shall attend to and i perform their appropriate parts towards he exorution o these orders. , y order of the President, ' ' 1'DWIV KTWTiiV Secretary of War. No oflicial copy of (his order has been received at these headquarters, and the General commanding has for this reason delayed ttio issuing of a general order to carry into effect the views and directions of the President Some recent occur rences in this army hare, however, shown that it has become necessary to do so, to prevent, this executive order being made a pretext for military license. The order of the President accords so substantially with the course so uniform ly pursued by this army on this peninsula, under the orders and instructions of the General commanding, that no material change in any respect is required thereby in its conduct and government. Personal property necessary or conve nient for supplies or other military pur poses of this army will be, as heretofore, seized and used by the proper quarter masters or subsistence ollicers, upon the orders of commanders of army corps ; or, in case of troops employed on detached service, Where army corps commanders arc not accessible, by order of the oflicer in command of such detached force. In all cases the ollicers thus nuking the seizures shall take an account show ing the kind and qualities of property seized, and by whose command; the amounts of its estimated value, and the names of the persons from 'whom the sauio shall have emtio, Wlnuicver cir cumstances admit of so doing, receipts will be riven lo the owners or (heir agents, specirying simply the particulars above mentioned. Copies of all such ac counts and receipts will be transmitted in the usual manner, by the ollicers mak ing Idem, to llicso headquarters. All ollicers and soldiers of this armv are enjoined and ordered to abstain from all seizures of private property except in the mode above prescribed; all other appropriations will he regarded and pun ished as pillage. The idea that private properly may be plundered with impuni ty in, perhaps, the very worst that can can pervade an army. Maraudinc degradis as men and demoralizes as soldiers a'l w ho engage in it, and returns tin nilotheirhoinesiin filed for the pursuits of honest industry. This army is com posed mostly of young men ; and the General Commanding, lo whoso care they are entrusted, owes it (o the parents who have sent their sons and lo the communi ties that havo sent, the flower of their youth into 1 lie military service of tlicir country, lo warn and restrain them from an evil so pernicious. The order of the President requires the application of a similar rule ir. the use of real propeity. this, however, doc not apply to such uses as are inseparable from military operations lo wit: march es, camps, pasturage, hospitals, depots, quarters anil damages occasioned by ac tive hostilities; but no use should be mado or injury done to real properly be yond what is actually necessary or con venient for military purposes. The destruction of any species of pro perty in wantonness or malice is express ly prohibited by (he President's order as well as by the Articles of War and tho usages oi civilized nations. All com manding ollicers are earnestly enjoined to exercise the utmost vigilance on this subject. Straggling and trespassing are the invariable indications of a tendency to this description of crime. Inhabitants, especially women and children, remaining peaceably at their homes, must not bo molested; and wher ever commanding ollicers lind famiiiig peculiarly exposed in their persona or property to marauding from this army, they will, as heretofore, so far as they can do so with salety and without detri ment lo Ihe service, post guards for their protection. In protecting private properly, no reference is intended to persons held in service or labor by reason of Af rican descent. Such persons will he regarded by this army as (hey dere tol'or have been, as occupying gIn. ply a peculiar legal status under State laws, which condition (ho military authorities of the United Slates are not required (o regxrd at all in districts where military operations are made ne cessary by Ihe rebellious action of the State Governments. Persons subject to suspicion of hostile purposes, resiling or being near our forces, will be, as heretofore, subject to arrest and detention until (he causa or necessity is leuioved. All such rr,.i,l parlies w ill be scut, as usual, to the Pro- vost Marshal General, with a statement Since (his army commenced active operations, persons of African descent, including those held to service or labor unde,r State laws, have alw-ays been re ceived, protected and employed as la borers, at wss-s. Hereafter it. shall bo the duty of the Provost Marshal Ccnrral lo ranee lists to be msdo of all persons of African descent employed in this army as laborers for military purposes, such lis's being made sullicierilly accurate and iu th tail (o show from whom such per sons shall have come. 1'crsoim so subject and to employed have always understood that after being received into the military service of the I' u i led Slates, in any capacity, tdey could never be reclaimed by their former hold ris. Except upon such understanding on their pari, the order of (he President as to (his class of persons would be inope rative. The (ieneral Commanding ihers fore feels authorized to declare to all such employees that they will receive permt nent military protection against any compulsory return to a condition of ser vitude. Ry command of MaJ.-Gcn. Mi-CLELLAN. - - . speerh ty'. 1 . ny. . Cassii s M. ('lav made a h iviby speech at the Ladies' Soldieis' Relief Fair, in Washington on Tuesday night, mainly devoted to bis views of the present as pect of our foreign affairs, and to person al matters. He Said: Ho was one of our foreign ministers win) had been singled out for abuse iu the European papers in the interest of the rebels, which lie took as a compliment to himself, and evidence of his firmness to dis country's cause. England he spoke of as our bitterest enemy, wild, a malign press inspected by Government, and truthfully representing ilssp rit. France, lie insisted, was not unfriendly. Ameri cans had imbibed unjust ideas on this subject, solely by Iho reports of the Pritish press. The Emperor was known to be friendly lo this country; and he cilcd oflicial statements in the pa pers in our favor. He utterly de nied that France desired (o interfere, but said thai persistent ellbrts have been made by the Pi itisli press lo make us believe be did. Of Russia he could hardly find words enough to express his admiration. lie spoke of the Czar as one of tho greatest and wisest ofmonarchs; referred (o his beneficent emancipation policy; declared (hat (he United States couid rely implicitly on bis friendship in any emergency. He assured his hearers fur ther, that England knows Russia and France to be the tirm friendsof thiscoun try, and would therefore not daro to in terfere w ith our efforts for the suppres sion of the rebellion. With reference to our war policy he urged the earnest prosecution of the war, using every means in our power to crush the rebellion. t ii i: a i u i: . IlinTi.'W A Siirii, W II i vori-i i,. .. 8. T. iinona Managers ,.HI.il;o Miuinkit Truaaim r Hisint Tii no of Irigomai. Hcdneadar l.veulns, Anir. 2(1, 1S02 In eiiini' inrm f tho lr 'Ktli of II, n lii Hiiliml lil i , no ollinr ,!.i e w in I,,. imttui ine-l. In irci'ri.ti.,t), .IKAt it; i i, Tim ISVI-IOIF III -IIAMI. Al"o, 1.1 11I.I.K; OS A tiiOI'.V Ol'' THK HKARf. ISTOTIO.T3! VK ,IAVK THIS ,AV S...l (.( RCM.UN" " lie St ,i a uf I iry Loo.lt. Kc, lo M"m. Kil l it lor llie-a a'l minion it SK'KC i N' o i-iil,: ,- .-i:r ., , A hit 1 h. 1- . 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S-.-l ol I'-.i.-g to a ro. k at AIthiimui Mai Un t rnriKT ; Ui m Nrttt in . )4 n t Mr ,u t a r-'cU at Martin h r..)i ti.'r; th4itr .a ih Kl u K-t autl J lo poliM t. a siH. ; iIh'h- Ncrllt ti . ! u, a ;iktj ; th' in Nnrth 7-1 Knit xli t a -y.-atinorn , Koii'li i1.1 Ka-t itt lainl 0 10 h tln i:ftfiT f l I cr. i k ; iliut- tlowu t nn t-HiiM-. w nh lu nit-itn -il-, ; llit'ii- f n,iiii 7rt Ka-t I" hU, h-niui ,V( - 1- .tnt It vurm to a fltlt tifir I lie t ' t 'n I nnn th IlilH- ruti ; llit-ico H-'iit l 44' t :ii -M.itn io a Nt..L-; (lism ft.11,, int i ujni ft o - if. tn a o-nr t- tiilit-n (iartiifr; Ih-un' ."i ":i it '2 .4 ' W t-1 ;i '-aj ti a Alaht); IhtiKd Nxtih 6..'.j Kt il l atnl V lo it)Urf if a pk k ; ttn-m Nmili ." Ka Un pliii u Ui nii'l lie nf Hit rif'k; ili' ii ptl' vin ths smiis aa II innai'-l'T-l I'jf i(f- ! I-, "tin (N'titli t.l Kti-I .'o . ' ; fv.ulli ?7 ' Ki.-l 'J. tl-g ; rvmi. I 1 a K.til t.0 (. .( ; S iitli .4 r.n iv ("iit.- ; ji'm'h .i K t I.I h:. n) to h ('lift ol mm k- t-ri ihfMint Itiinf ul tli- rt'i'l. iIm'Ik' Xorili ft.'li -l imUat, Willi r. W. Mr-titJi w li-ith tiiiiil it , Iu m-ike , tlirntu Snuli 7 U -( 11 aiKl A l u,. H In H ttl). ; Ihr-m-.' S.lllll 1 -l ' eat Mi i..J.t.. (art- ti(( -r. i. M t.l 4 It.fllrr at 1 i "ls-A j thuu HtMilh '4 k.-ahl ! j'.i.t" ; ili- in y .nlli f,t' Y ?l itli I r. t a tiiihi; I hr in e K,,int, Haul !i In n U" in a bi.nty liti tlir in M f-i ,: nl 4 H hiK-a u i a r.ai k ; i'hh.m- SitIi J . K-sii ivn In a nitk ; l li-i. v -van h 4 Irl - ha U. a Tin k ; tl.i-ii Sort h 1 ju V. i-t 1 --J Mtnl 4 10 ij1)4 tu a olMka , th''U'i Soulli l,oj':at iilH rm t't Hit' I lntiiti A l-u. a I if'" .(;! tu in HI' fill U4 l.-SI, ,ll vt a M lilfl ly itii J. ilurt is iu (im w iff Ha i ah K. i u ,i ah i. It mil) fr lur li'i- Ao, a rttuall lra t a-lj imitf Iho aiiuvf, il W'l.ar th- mill ii n i f fi.tir a. .. (flh.T W th tha lutll iai th -itiifv. F-I.l 1 rfijnt""l l. ltitr If t ! u;vii t f li ' ju l a 'uni ri s H. t k. K. Hu-li fgM.i. t Ii.uiiim ltu, Va." lih.Kloi' Hr row, W hMrr. anil . . V N, In-Un t, A .iuhi'Mtta tnrw if J..l.n fli'-hT. ! uviscil, ri.-)-rti In k.i t .,4,rt uu I he Hi 1 u. "i 314)', lut, htt i Uka 1n at lo u'. Iu. k K It (.1. .-. ( K, a .fjt 111 I' - M-'-l. il . I T TR0CLAMAT10N ii y ANDREW JOHN BON. O 'Viitsou cr rur. tatr ok tkxml fir. To nil w,0 tk-itt i'e t'f3t Vft'nt-Crttting : I r Ii K II V A it ha ) fit in 'i 1! kn 'u lu ina that a o-t t-i t t-H I M I H- at I'AHifpt. i tiitt - i woii hitirK ii I air - .u Uiui 1-r t,n id.- .4 i-l. .(-in Uiu l i jl of J,m ..'! 1 y ' ( 1 1 . 1 ' n 1 aa l-i lr ui C'MUlII'llt 1 I 11 ii. . ill" I . I iit- r 'I l UI u t I riiit mt.'.i'K at I-". N. , ttu 1 f'.'i ! 1 , A si. a w Jon uw t iuv urn-',- a f. 1 1 l' I , I- f V i. I iMi ui Hi ) tt-r U lii i .. 'r ) lit U.U vcaii il d I,, n t v .-rt r a rsmm i t-i 1 H huiu AND illir LI.AKJ., to aii t f tl i-r ),iV't.- t .u li my ai-i'iv h- 1. J Ui lull 1 11 1 , ,1 ih to s.., Ai . 1 i-f tuo t th '-l.ff IT nr .Ui- r c f 'iii t uiity .f 1 i.j un, in t,r .Iff lLai Jiull' Iu tt'al h-...a , aiojf lit, I a 1 a u 1 1 t i c . n-cl . it i-t'im"B)f :itri'..r. I l.. htTii:t.io 11 11. f I.Mii-1 aii I ' !- 1 I tm ti ( i U. I f a I: at .N K "t -al f , I i, I ii, lly il. v, r.itu li 1. .i r AM.IirW J. ,r. l ialai j of maia. II.N I K SAINT CECULIA'S FEMALE ACADEMY, MOL' NT V iC It S O N' . NASHVILLE, TENN., 11(7 iwifl yV rt,'i!i,,t of i'lqn'l.-. OF ST Ii'MIMC, fll kn..n oi fr o... .... I - . - rl Mini fie luteal dirtH-lnra of PfmftiA ,. ' .i. Fil'Mstteti. r-Ttr.illjr liHerm II,,' i ti lem nt l.lo, ii lb .ul.li, la . iral. llial a uw. iw Imtl. tins, ris-snllT KtiH-tril, nM limn lo re,eip Imri' nnnilT f 'r.;.:. Th- Ae.l,.ijr u si..,,,! mil,- rrm Dm rliy. mill Im ftioirtietl Js ues ol' ilni mt tMtauti.ul ssJ hi slihjr l.ieU..i in id, it inily. . Til- evil. "f lies laMlliitien, Iwli.g stcUl y il v il.il In ihe K :ii. illi"i el Ihs yimrg i f Ihflr oll v, will ler sollong uniloet lo oiiiHirt to Iho pui-iln e.,11. (1 1' J lis their ri ili ui M. 'i K'i u al ion in th t-.in IM n. of lh wonl. The n-Hglcn irtie.-,l hj llm ia l'p- uf Ox lnutii noo Is ills CsluC:f . srd llie ,11 Mej.ul '.-il r' ly tti.truetien tu f u;il- ir..r.vn 11. at fallli, Tuj. Ci i f tvrty M Ki.,nn ,..u..,niii u.-n wll a,. MOiifi. nnl nana. Ine li.tlicuea ill la hi.ia llie relui.Mn prl .ii 1,1, m thu T.umtf U Ii ; nor :ll any of lln-ui 1 i-.rn,i!i,d Ui eniSinee llitf ( rtilo-lic 1 la vil'i-nil li.a verlal or wriOpii client ul paieii or iiirli oi. l'n!.-in:t) - a;.,t a-sl mli-r, howee,, riHioi-a : m nt OiicUix' oi ll nt nun elng an I v riling l iiif' r-. ant ..I lto r. li. ! i-iorcin.-a on sun l.-j. llin w-i' ..f utility in ,1 it .1. I I ii 1 1. 1.iir a i nn'iil", en. b il ai lnittt hauiift iu own ili-olnei courH of RUnJi. a a-U'iie,l II. riie A'-..l nit Yrr wi'l e..nei-l if la., s, -ion the hni( lemnt luliiil un the SrKt Moioi'iv ( .-vntom. , Iho -o.-on-l tn thr flint Hun, lay of K.hiurT T!.- Arn.l. mle V.-.u- will rluae ii:li a I'uhl.e ,11-n.hii Ii ai of cueni'ini- uiei Imti' in ahriil thv of Juuo of . a It - ii . Ti.ll.7l! I'l.U M SSIO. rTio a in anv ami a. 1 , r l"nl a il T'Otion, i-A, 7H, ST.".. an. I Ui, .,. r'T'ling In lhi lri:irtiiH'iil of lhi ','j.n. ETI! CIIAKOKS. Ltlil hliI HI o-le t u LanK'iSiii', eu, h fl'ioo 1 it-le on I'Min ii ml I hi of ln-miment Mimte on (Octir. J n.-n '.uncut fi.i uicliil iy im',l tfvt Mimic ml ll.irp , 4.'.. tin ,,,'Hl M link' ID on Hio'lt'linia- iiu't 1'a lit. lift n W. iter C-'loo l'J on I'onloik', in I'll, aliil Iliiili'tiulN Lmlirohlery ,, Hoil ami Hi,ling in im Wa.loiifc loiHi pan, liitf . at jTon-HNoi r i lmr,'4. Mutioiiviy anil nw of t..-.ka. it. f !, l, n,l r eoriliiiii to the lh pa runout. Mi'illfiiinM anil .M ':l e.il tt.n tan-o vil! fnrai exIrH r.li.ii ii... Btaarit, W ehin?. ., t..,Uxt l.u'al! 'II. t:. tin lilM HAI. IU;i l,ITIIIi. Nn 1I1-1 leimn will l mail,, f,r sliienrn or i draw.il, mil. -a "ee-iNi'iiM'il iiv illnia ,r ill-liil-aul rill, 1'u; II. .1 l,e clinieil fn in U... .uiu ..n winch lliov e'lll'-r n-'ariirr" mini nn iu,vi,,.,1 Kllli -,x i-liar-. of ei,,u iiiu hiiiiii.iii' i.t tho m I .i,n..n i I, ii- n;.Vni.!li,f .-laiK tnniMor, .liver lalile iiti'l t.a rfviui h Ii ile MIHl I 'H, An) .ill II,' .-iiri arliel.. ,r I he I "I let, Tim I mi, in M,i r lilui- ilit-. f,,r mnier! '".ill i"i NNiiiinei ; illertMaa t,r i,.-v il-iy D"il ill a ..Krlt enl.ir; tlir.m i.,,,re.l 1111,1, ..,un, Iwn -no hutillls. IUl., Hie al,. ut Ilia miAaell. The Ai ni'emy ili nul im iir Ui, uXm.q ftieni-li 11. S 11 ri li Im 1 ,f eluiliiiiK 01 ifK-kiil 111111.. V. 1 urn win nai i- jwii'iv fi in M'tnl hh kel nimi-'v 111 1 ii 1 iin uiirii'Ui. .-inn u . iii ih umi1 lie il" Hi I a th tha !,ii. rl.ir nl tue A, ,, ,,. ITeveiil iin,r,,i,.r 101 re l-m li ii,-,,, all l, u.,r, let-Hani Mill nra 'll,j.el In tile iktiif ll eftliMii I" """K" 'ii ii"' "--'' lr ajen rerreniiuleleii'i' Jin- II,,",. ., , !,. nt ,11 a"ai -nana. I'.il iU, wle .,u , iiu er (.r.liuns re.le III '-h rlllo ur vieimit, ii,u their t,ttM ,ul thrn inn"ii aur'ii iiie aetio. untie y.,ar. T.l pifienl l'ian uf lima ai,,l inn. run, lion ,,f tha ex an Im a of tlia Helm,, I, i.i,irn h ill ha riuoivril ,,nl en Mituriliva. ri ..in i l u, A.M., au, fn.m :l tu , ' M J'aranii' er nii.iiill.u a wu.lnnK t" . ihrir rtnlurrn or warH in Ilia li..tilul ,u, ill I" ri'-lrril uu an 1l.11 a. ef.t ftiiiul,, v. '.i ruiiliei lurnruliira B.,!, -sin mar lw ma la e. we n,,, r nuiMTlur 111 ll.a Aeaile U), 1,1 In ill" Kl. Ilev. Jami.n VI HILiN, All bil-ln" li l'm I" I," 11. hli hm-oiI lo tha M'.llier i-in-r.'ir, .-I. 1. 1" n,,i Aeailrmy, Mmiul I eni' ii, nr 1,,l'l a"H. aiK'JI-lill 500 Mules Wanted ! WANTKU I1MTM IZTH ATKLY. ' ' Uk- slaire Ullilll'f-r .it Mulei, ., t.r,.e ln , jii.nr e hi an I lewii lourt- en ti, t teen h.inits hiirh ly ai th,. Ml,, f II i;. 4Ma a. ( 0., r.i.ii. B.,.1-1, i-r in t I ni'.i i-ijnai I'. silglll-lx W. I.. llil'AMI'PKLI,. Situation Wanted. A v''1'1 ATluV l AS Ai A PI' M Y I'll ItK'N .'V I , y .- I.'-I. a Ten li"r nl ilia K. j .i.l. I.r I... I..,. .le.ha.l l.v i. ln.ly in hrniii. kv ' wotii.l like , oi ii ri. i , .1. .i. nn nm tut: 1 1 -aM , ,. .. -.. iili A'i'l"- IS'H 777, l,"ii,v ill., Ky Nii.l.v.ll.'. T..i. )".. a. 11 a' liny l. li-i li-'ln Key I.i. n,:t. n. iv Coopers Wanted. MMVKNTY l-(KI C'HII'KRM r AM GKf OiNTANT J. r.ini'l,' mi ut .(M ing ilia I mil ami Wintci , tu tifiit ..m. ar"A,.ly tu tha iiailerigni'l, at Hli ilui mii.c TelilieKi.ea. antl'e-lwa L MANKI.K 'I'KN OR I'IKTKKM A II I K IKiH -- X li-'l mat. Mlei am willing lo m. rv II. Air .' t. ,,. r.ll ill, I Ol-r.illlM.il Ull. I W. H .lull '.) H .V" i"ry "i 3i,,,ii,t,i A'l, .luii', uliiili I, ' JJ.r- Inn a!r, a,ly douu g"oJ tan lea Iu e.,iV.. Ihe Me 111. lor .ii rt ir -1 . ii ui . m .Iy lo Col. AI i li s it s lleail iiinrlers, or in Csnii on iln- Mai.lliieilh, 1'n.a, near Ilia l-i-nllentiary. I'll r. A. K. PI'MI, aviiK 1'r If I'einni.Tli lint 4lli liel Hallery TOBACCO aud BOTTLES. r.t r.oxi:s t iiK'.vjsf; t(iiiacci); ao wvy l.l.i'l"! K.iTIT.K-, aai'irtr.l nJ anil Mil-, l or an le l,y rlAR, JAMK-I On , Sllalli lW SU n .mill Murk It Sllert. 500 Horses Wanted! I Oil (MVAI.KV SntVK la Iivit ill iiu:i) (inuD inusr.i, iiFT ir f",T aiel el.l,i yeuni ..l.l, aii.l halwa-a fllni-n Hie! avxt. , n h .ii-,. I'V.n, aii- a nn 1 1 inimailiat' ly l.-r I ( 1 Lit V .-I.KVIl I, f.,r whl Ii reasi'lii'liie .'ilie will l.a I. A-,! lo Cut R. s. LA If ft, mi ii" l-iie.i, l.oi'.rt ilt. V U a ru-ilrma, aulil if COA lu ! COAL ! ! 'ywr. t'M'KiiHinsKii His iivi'i: akkakck I li.rti'a f ir lainr nitm 'k ,, menu UI Ilia b( .. ntl.ly of Coal IU.I)HI II li a lie Is -now si Sun !i!..ml, Wh.rli WT, tniMe Ui iU lllU QlU rtau of a & ttw-l. If lr leia silcnl'il. I l Mil 'K V. Y, AiM, "ruor 111 d ati'l Ul(h Mn.ala. One liu.iJrftl Po!l.:rs I.euard! IS K KI.PI'AHY I AM I IHII 1 WO NKi.lllI 'KM I " mo airea a li. it f , in Clark.t i.t,, I,, l,.o liAtneff ef r '! a aill I eat si Maul l 1. II I Lit, vil.a s lr ilar. a:i-r the trl.ril le,. i,,,,), ,.,. f Ion of Hie i-. a l liiiunil it 4 out H fi at.aiel M'm l'Kl or 170 ininli, iii'l la jM "r ?1 l-Ji'a ol I in.l of li . a, mi . I-l ... ii. il t la i f. . I In, h, aiel in of i allow , ,,, l' iel ill Wfuh Iln ir I ,o p.. nil la, ami K a'v..,il fl .,r lil li.ii oel. Mh n in r eia haar.l tlern 1u.l II, rv ae a In l.m Mn ...k'a ii.vi.i,,n I mil Jlll ll.a :,l..,i. K,'- I In ,.; our if l, j Will ti li tl ton to B,a Iu ll.a t IJ of .Srt.illlil'.. X I'll K A Tli A M . K!,! iile, T-in., All.,7l,l'. a-Ui-lm NEQRO TOR HIRE. KAk-Mvill s. A'la-nat lllli, la. t r HVt A M-MHRIl (.NR KKi.l'.H MA V I W I. II 1 lo I. in. Ill II I. el'y l y ,i, o. ,iilfc. Any I,, a - g u I.,,, on a,i ,u.l.- ' f i,i. ai i. li.ii Miaei, ar t., mf li.tn.f, Lr J.lla L l Hi a i h i a, Vi II, ( . ':.'. ' . 'i a' 7 h IMAM S. ClirMH t . IK'K II AN lit. F S 1 (mi) g ,r i) tesry ft a n :l-i, Tor aalo l.r ( JKA.S M III,),, (i.etjard, Herds J an! Tiu.vil ""l , a,'., ,v I H. LI 1 N. DERBY No. 50, Collcgo Street. fl!i Ll l LI TAHY C LGTI1 1 H I Officers' Fine Dress & Fatigue UNIFORMS A Splfnatlat Assartmrnt f l ino 11 II I lair jr litali, COMPLETE OUTFIT iron oi,iioj;,.nt, line IlaTietuttUa, I'lne Trunk, (Copper KivcttH Fine Valium, l'rcjicli t'n ut re 11, U Iloiv uia I'nibrolilemt SIIOULUEll STRAIN Fine Kmbioiderics, ul all Lidi'.k, liold Hut toil, Silk Hublicr Coiits, Hiittber lttnnk-t, All itvlci Va'kr Collars; Itnuniisj Tkimmimii, all kiiuls; (Sua and Rvstp l'l.aas; l'isic Caxuukhr Siiihu; Ll!: SniRr.4, (ixrrK Silk, tiAi 7.it Mkhino at Lislr TmiEAD U.Nnruiiiiiina ; Diub ai liiir (Jai ntlkxts, Ulovfs, &e., A.c. July'.-7-.lra GRIFFITH Si PARSOH COMMISSION MERCHANT, AMI) Wllnl.r.SAI.K llUALkliS If Groceries & Provision: FAMILY CIIOCERIES, PLANTATION SUPPLIES I)Uli:i) iikki HAMS, BACON SIDES siim'iatn:Ks, COFFEES, SUGARS, TEAS, Mustard, Spice, Pepper, Nutmeg NAILS, BAGGING, HOPE, TWIN: SO.UVS, CANDLES, 'M u. C K i: It E L Whitcflsh, HorringB, UKOOMH. JIIJCUKTH, COARSE&FINE SALT C'lOAUS, TOBACCO, CAM.IKS, FUIITS, WXES, ROBACK BITTER, S union Goods of all Kinds, Ami many other srtlclas srrlvlbg ilsily. mrrtin for Uali, sti'l solil al small (iroflt. CVll swiil (,. i.KIFFlTII tt. IAltSO.S, Nn. 7 (HJ.Ii.iK .T , NAHI1VILI.K, TK July IH a. 9WOKD8 BELTS & SASHES 1.1 im OffUrrs, Man, i1sdlrsi, Fa nmslcrs, nnd lirn.rsl Olllrrrs I nllrst Males UIKJIILATIOX SWOKI) m i l's ai mmii:, f ILK ANI AVoitaTKO HAhlIKH, Nr.W llltll I'MTIllN HW(IHt) ltKLIS, I.KTIrtFH, Finiii'.a, Ac, Ac, TISTOLS OF ALL HIND! IVkkLNTATIhN Kwulllis, TO I IlllHl. N. Ill till V, M, l m.. , HU li'i J ii t) .'7 3m Stockholders' MccUdj. filHi'K t.nl lBVlLlK a NAHIIVILI.r II R C Lot'iaTILLS, Al'Cll.l, laoi. 'I'lir ANM AL MHItTIMI of Till fTfH" X l.oloefa i f l.iil'iiniii S Naaarins Jt a 1 1 avi lril lll la l.l I al ir,. 1'fli.. ,.f lli I ..meal In l.iiniai iii, os IiuMiaY, lbs i.ih iUr of (vrus ni il au.ll! ilw JAMK1 Ol Tliait, Cni'l (iltOVKIl Ac ItAHIUtH skui.vc; ..nniivKS ran sin MACHINE NELDLla lor llrorir k llsknr's, UbMltr Allison's id Haw .Tlsel.luas, Also, MACHINL OIIs Al kiu-si vl MACHINES rtEPAIHED, Al W. Illlmii I Wall r,i Hi 'is. Cor. l'r. I.ll. .-H.'at aal I'ui'lla ts .ar. -a at . fAini.s.