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$aohvillc Pinion. Wi;ONKJIAY MOilNINO Abi. in, I8C2 ktmiii i:vfii.(ii. It il reported on our All rein lint nrar. 1 all tl. rrbol force litTogono from (liu virinityof CliatlantMiga towards Knox viilr. It is laid that a portion of Okii bavo Rone to Kkhmtm.l. Tlie rtbrlaevi .Willy srei brcomin terribly alarmed at Ha mormons mass of troop about to bo Imim lied upon t lie m in a few days. We gire ihrsc rumors for what thry are worth. If not trim now thf y will lie abortly. MonoAwna at Ilartsville the other day with 1,BH) men, it it mid; about double liia actual force, we think. Groceries have risen tremendously wiMiin t!ie list two or three dj-s. Cof f. i -IIin?, we hear, at fifty tents per pound. The Interruption of the train, and their niploym'it by the Govern ment at pretent is the causa of His rise. Mi i.KK VNTKi. See tlm advert irto-nn-tit of Mr. IV. L. Mi Cavit.f i I., whi h will be found in another column. A good ehanee for tlitmo having Mules to ell. Ht. I'k'ii.ia'h I'imuk Ac.ui:mv. I'ar tieular attention i invited to an adver tisement of this excellent, institution in another column, which will be opened for the reception of pupils on the Nth of of September. At an early day we pur pose virtilir.g the establishment, and giv ing our impression thereon; in the mean time we ask A careful perusal of the cir cular. Tiiraiuk. In all of our' experience, Theatrically pealing, and it is a larjie one, we have never wituesjed a more de lighted andience than was present t tho theatre last night. Tho piny of " Made laine, or the I'ulle of the Faubourg," adapted from IVmas' novel, is, wo think, one of tho moat touching and beautiful plays in the lariiic,tti)d when rendered as it was last flight, is sure to provo im nieusely interesting. The part of Made line is one peculiarly adapted to the renins of IIattie Hr.itNAlin tho sweet expression of her face, and touching pathos of her voice, wins the hearts of the audience anil enlists their sympathies at once. Messrs. Hamiltom and Evi:iif:tt were particularly happy in their re spec live parts, and all tho others were well rendered. I,et us have Madelnine again, Messrs. Manager. To-night we are t have one of the fluent love plays in the lanj-uuage. For smoothness of verse, grandeur of imagery, and strength of thought, tho play of logomar stands un- surpaHsed ia our dinmatin literature. ,The chftiac.ler of tho savage buf love- subdued Ingomar is in tho hands of Clachu Hamilton; the gentle, uosophis ticated, loving l'arthenia has Uattik Di:uvam as its exponent. Where in America could bo two persons more adated for the parts ascigiied them! Go, every one, who wishes to he pleased. Wo learn that one hundred and eleven head of csltlo were captured by thegui r- rillis on the Olh inst, 17 miles this side of ilunlsiillo, while en route from Xash ville, and also sis drivers, who were belt as captives until Monday, and then rc leased on tiarulo. The men were com pelled to diivo tho cutt'.o twenty miles, Tho weight of the cattlo averaged 7() pounds each. Ckas. II. Glints, Agent for tho Collec tion of Claims against tho General Gov ernnient, who has been absent from tho city for somu days, has returned, and can now be found at his olllee, No. i)8 Cherry Ftrect, where ho will receive for col! (Nj, don claims of all kinds against tho Fed eral Government. Persons having claims against the Quartermaster's Department can have tin m properly arranged and put in proper order Tor presentation to the department. -I. lIl Ali.UtlKilS PtsTIIK-'J" Of TIIF. Oiiio.f XamiViU.k, Tcss., Aug. IS, ji Si'KtiAi. Oritii-, No. 1"S. I. Unlisted men, imiIcms accompanied by, and under the charge of, commission-' ed ollii ers, are prvhibited from stopping at Hotels or public housi in ibis city. TheTrovost Marshal is directed to en loree this order, and to see that all keep ers of public houses are iufotmcd of it, and that all enlisted men report at I lie IWrscKs provided for them. liy ciimni.ind of Major Gi 11. B11.1.1.. .ned. W. II. RIl.TLI., Maj. l.'.lU U.S. Infantry A. A. A. G. Glllaial: llK 1IIY Stosk, A. A. A. U. Aui;ut 11) -1 w. Tnii,isff an t i','e-i' Pank i'fiii plnins rede, med or received ill exchange for larye Notes ; and Virginia, North Caro lina, ami (Voce Money bought at the highest rate, at tho Insurance 0:fiVo of W. J. Mlill, No. 2.1 Cll. ge S.rcet (oppo site 5i knee House ) An. 1 1 If. Irntlijnarirr ! I lrl II ru I iiia ikl t i enuec Volunteer vli ), JlTI.Y 20, lSd-J. All ollii tis recruiting for this service w V. r- pert to me at Headquarters, Fair Gi'iui ds, oral tho Slato Cspitid. I hoso cfeSitJi,; to ei.li.--t will apj.'y af (itherof thM'- places. oluuteers Will, if possible, bring tlu ir h.o si w lib them, which w ill be v;lut d and paid fur by (he Government. l'y f-rder of Col. W. U. STOKt'S. C. . P.IUEN, X. P. Q. M. )4.i)'2tk tt'. Itrllcf for the Poor ( aabvlll. The followttitr order addressed br n,..,n,,r .TnrtM.nv li . ,,.,...1.,... ,.f , , ... , we.Khy disloyal c.tuens, rer,ulruig Uc ... to contnbrwo a specified sum to Jiid-e WniTwoiiTit, cf the Davidson County Court, for tho relief of a large number of , . , , , clestitute families, who have been relued ' 10 mo uosi ui pioiauie want, in conse- jueiite of this inhuman rebellion, will receive the hearty approbation of every humane person. The justice as well as the hihumi'ij of the order will be appa rent when we relied that the nfierings of our poor pe'iple, who would gladly work for a living, if tho disasters of civil war had not thrown them out of mploymenf, are direclly chargeable to the influence of smb. persons as those whose name, are appended in the list r . . below. home of these men have given immense sums of money to the rebel ause, others have exerted their influence 1 to seduce the brads of families into the rebel ranks, whoe wives and children are now starving at home, and others have used all the pnver they possessed to bring the regular authorities into odium ... . . .. ... and contempt, ami to excite a morbia sympathy for rebels and la breakers. I The levy made upon thce citizens, there- j fore, foi the benefit of their victims, is ,, i i ,i ust as well as philanthropa-.-justice as welt as charity approves and sanctions the dec;! is rigl.i-oos. These men are all wealthy, abundantly able to give five or ,. ,, , ,,, . . ten times tho amount of their assessment, to tho rnp'cd snd famished suiUTers I hose cries of anguish pierce our ears daily. One of these gavo $2.VKX) to the r, , , , , , r,.i . ,, Confederacy not long since, lhe Sum , , assessed is placed oposito the nanio of the individual to whom tho following nolo was addressed: St rs or Ti No-r , Kx i'i ti lkH'nTM tvt, Sam.mi.is, as-i is, I ' "i: ',. Thero arc many wives, and helpless children in tho City of Nashville, and County of Davidson, who havo been re- duced to poverty and wretchedness in consequence of their husbands and fath- ers having been forced iulo the armies of this unholy and nefarious rebellion. I Their necessities havo become so mani- I fest, and their demands for the necessa- lies of life so urgent, that the laws of justice and humanity would be violated unless something was done to relieve their ulferinjr and destitute condition. You aro therefore requested to con- tribute the sum of dollars, which you will pay over within the next five djystoJan.es W'liitworth, F.sq.,Judgc of tho County Court, to be by him dis- tributed amongst tlitse destitute families in such manner as may be prescr.bed. licspect fully. &e ANDUKW JOHNSON', Military Governor. Attest: FiiWAiii. II. East, Secretary of Htate. list or ijtr.se .;m Basu, AVilliam -Ik-ach, A. C. -Peach, A. I!. Peach, L. F. -Prown, Aris, Carter, Daniel F. Cheatham, Archie, Cheatham, 1 li. Cockrill, Mark K. CiiiuiinghaAi, F.uoi h P, Doi t. I., W. B. -Douglas, Ityrd Duncan, Andrew J. Knsley, F.no h, Foster, Sr., liobt. ( '. Frazier, Henry Gardner & Co., -Hagan, William II. Hamilton, James M. Manlove, J. E. -McGavock. Jacob McGavock, David II, Mctiavock, Frank Williams, John Wood folk, W. W. Yanlier, A. V. - Assr:s3i:r. 1 00 100 mo 1.10 100 1,10 100 100 oo .10 no ,100 100 i;,il loo 110 :ioo 100 100 100 :too 150 MO loo MO 200 "00 Ilollins & Co., Yor lie' I'd. oil. '1 he llr1ekl llnllle Yrt. Yesterday inorning at P.a.ber Shop a houw nian-Ofivmit from one of tli ncililHiriiij; plai.t atioiu, mu. cil to one ol tla l,rbi rs that the L:tt,o ot list wi-ik wa flit bartkst Lattlu fmrlit vt t. Thu l.url.t r adilicBS!'.!. wialn-d to' know what liatth- ho ri fi'rriil to hctluT to thf battle lictwi-fti IVrK ami Jackson, or inlne MoiiilAN raid, lie rt-plii-d, "O.noi I'll t.-ll you what the battle , 'twan whi n Col. Mil. I., it cmiic aiul tuok lha l.i e.sall away to build loitificatioiii. You know whi'.i young in.ihter J.tn win kill.-d at lXnii lmm. and niasti-r (ii-ort.. at Ilii h.i.tinil, there wasn't half aa inui h cryinjc at our house. O, they cried and talked and HereaiiK il, ami calkd tho liiighbtirs (onether, ami liied to conifole one another, and taitl all waa hwt now. "IVm tho hardest battle fought yet '( a, I nkkMire you." J. 1'.. II. A I.oyai. Man isri'i'of.Ko hi Havk I!i:i n lliNn in LonsiAN a. Wu learn by a gentleman from l'almyra that apprelien imiil are felt fur 1 lie aafety of Mr. New ell K ubai.k, a loyal planter who resided about forty milm abovo New Orli ana. Thomas l'.urbatik, his brother, is the ow ner of a lar;e plantation, and had on hand xupar valued at SMkl.ixio, besides the incoming crop. While absent in New Orleans, tho rebel guerrillas made a descent into the iieihborhoml and car ried oil Xetfell lturbaiik, and it is feared that ho has been hung. Thomas 1W bank iinuii'tlutely took his wifa and child to New Orleans, and ihey have ar rived at l'h 1 1 a iK-! pli 1 a, whe.e the father cf Mrs. 1). resides, .'she nil married to Mr. ISiirl.auk at Palmyra some two years get on to the rod of it, aud Kjiieal tipir. a no, and immediately l' ed .Mint!.. The ooaly. His criei will b. inn other rats, rebt Is have i,o doubt destroyed the im- j all ot w h'-ui w ill be tilted into ti.e water, luensestiiclkof Bu(!sri-ioiit,inj to the Pur- j and all of tin iu will 11 U lor the only banks. Arrangement were making to di y ot iu il, 1 1 1: the end of the li,. A semi it to New O.-leaiis, but there was j only .me rat can bold it, the-Tictor ill ti.iU. ult in (,'eliin,; it oil, aud It has I drown all lbs rest, and can, in the tnoro tiuallv fallen iulo the hand of tU j "'o, be dro m-d bio.w If. We have s.s n irbefa 'uundiels ;.' liwrat (in I ' tReuty rats caught iu one nvht by such Oprmt'on or t enfldcnllsl Dc txllrr. I w. n r ( .1 fc. U. ... .1 V a loMllf liV 111 llie .Tin!.r men I of the Federal Government at w.,liit.,n, in the secret service. Uo was there introduced to General duller, as a smart, active, and reliable detective sr' U'J w"" rl'l'.V'd and sent to this city on secret service JWy him. Af- i,r- i . . "J , , . ter arriving liere tie was anested bf our Oeteciives as a py, but mansg "d to re- pain his liberty. On (he arrival of the Federal authorities hero ho was made conlideiifial delerlive, with authority to earch and seize toe property of parties suspected of designs against the author ises without consulting higher authori ty. He scied FrmWa jewelry estab lishment, anl whiie it was under Seizure a no m hi r of artielen Wpr tnaM.i ftu'nv with. This and other circumstances aroused l" B,'?P11 ton B"nist him, that he was " ' ' . V , '?r "w" Sfiirrandizemrnt. Col. 1 rench nn- d. rbrnk the ta-k ef detecting him, but so well were his plans laid, and so indirect - wel "ey executed, that those set up- VT " "' r or ,n!,'n,'',. (1(r ,0 ,lree (iil!V.rent ...i.t.ni.. ',. her one would be instructed to instruct number two to inform number three that was. ordered to make such a seizure. "hen the seizure was made, if there was R . ,..,. ha tlri,- , would take it, arrest number three for the "'ett, and discharge cumber two, so as to !'rl'Bk the .'''" 'f "idence, lest some I"" y "iigiii. uo ninue. -j -blw K mallll!rP(, ,.. ,:,. ting, no one knows how many thefts, until l!u'os Lonsr, who was employed as a " Frcix-h, undertook the task ot delecting him. He had r.o great dilll- ,. in l,-,, .. ,.,. ,..Li" "... a disparaging manner of I'rovost Marshal I' rench, and complaining of bad treatment, much work and lit. In pay. A bargain was soon struck, and Long went ., t r v. . . - ' w"r1 s ''ic ot JSav s asMstants, wuh tiiC l'roTOKt Marshal's knowledge and consent ; and for twenty-three days was lie spreading (lie toils around his uncon scious victim. .. ... T ,.v- ''"t " I'ongcanpht Nay appro- prialingany article seized to his own uso was when they made a seizure on Bank Place, win-re ho saw a nistol whi. h ho coveted, lie wondered w hether it would be any harm to tako it, but without de bating the question further, ho took it. The owner was sent to prison. When he xvas released, Nay purchased the pistol (,n his own terms. The last haul he atlcmtited to make was a heavy one. It was no less than the aiiroiiriution of all the merchandine he- looping to F. M. Fisk, which was stored in the Picayune Warehouse, amounting in value to rouicthing like $7.1,0(10. At first he only contemplated the appropriation of sixty-five G'''f s of lard, which ho offered "Long $100 to have removed, lie nlt,.rward.s concluded logo the whole hog and clear out the wan-house. The sugar nd molasses were shipped to New York, I the cotton seed oil and oil cake were to be sent to liurope. Having thus con cluded, he determined to sell tho lard, fifty-two bos sperm candles and some brandy, to deli ny iho expenses of ship ping tho remainder of tho contents of tho warehouse. Tho removal of the goods was tho next thing in order. To ell'ect this, he pro duced nn order from D-puty Provoul i Marshal Stafford whicU has since Von t pronounced counterfeit. Long was to engage a warehouse in which to stow the laid. Fur this purpos him and Nay took a cab and went to look for a suitable place. They agreed upon tho llopo Warehouse. Long went to the counting room to speak for the storage, but refer red to Nay as the owner of tho articles to be stored, thus laying a plan for his idenf itication in future. This being arranged, Long had tho lard and candles removed, and w as even arranging for the shipment of the other I articles to New York and Europe. The I candles weto taken to tho auction roonn o. u. hcott, in tho nanio of K. li. l.ecd and were si Id for ij-l'Ht. The lard was sold bv a commission merchant for SJ, II'.IO. The 100 Nay received ; but hav ing been led to suspect that Long w as playing roots on him, by a report that he was frequently seen In secret, conference with Col. French, this extensive specula tor retired from the flags to the rural re treat, of Carrollton, requesting his com mission merchant to bring liim the fruits of his lard speculation. Learning this, Iong accompanied the commission mer- chant, but took good care to have two policemen follow in another cab. iv nu'rc'1n'' paid over the money to .ay, anil he handed Long i'JOO for ser vices rendered tho uovcmmei.t. After the departure of the merchant, Nay gave Long S-10 moru as hush money. At this slage of the interes'ing proceeding?, the two policemen entered, and arrested tho fpociitamifr f oniiuwii ,.i ti.H-tfivo. lie ui ii'inui(y, miii uriiiniuii-ii n'l'ri llJr overytliin that wan lnran. l'ut it was I j,, Vain, lie was foro-d to sulmut ami lie couvcvtil lu-furo (li'iirral I'utli-r, who, "1)' hi rins the chain of evi.l.-n.-u uuinst liim, wiit hi in Injure Juile Bill. Vi-Hti-rtliiv Iho cuhc ra.no on Tor a hi-iirinc. (ir. i;utl.-r and tho oilier witnessoa wcro in court. l'on lira, ing the chari-a pre- '"' K-imal him, .Nay pleaded guilty, and sitt aoim-lhin-' about bein? overcouiB liv trill i ,1 t mil. I. vi .ti.ti 1 1 v I'Ttiiir-ti'il a ,,,.ni.r. and inn.st have been aur. jirit;eil when Jude Hell aenlenced him to the IVnit.-ntiiiiy for twenty Tears. Tha wav of t!io transrt-hsor is bunl. .V. True DfH.t, lif. Kil.l.iStl Ka'M. A Novkl That. A reident of IlriMiklyu ia vexed with an inereasin family of rain that s.rni to ri-ow fat on aiHcoie and rat exterruinatori. lie docaii't IiKa rati, and refer LU case to tho (Sunday Times. That journal re coiiitiit ihI.s a trap made as follow : Take a markm-l barrel, for insUiin-, and till it to about one-third iu height with wa!i r. l'taee a lojr rndwiae in the w ater, lo that one end of it will just re main above (he aurlaee. M.ike the hi ad uf the barrel a 111 tic too email to lit, and iirpi-nd it by lo pins to the iitsidt; of the top of Iho barrel, ho that it will ha'i a if on a pivot and easily tip by touch in either aide. On tl.i head, tlnia bus I -eiidcd, i-ecure a pii-' of oavury meat. The f i is-1 rat that nceiitu it, w ill, to pet the meat, leap on the barn 1 head. The head will tip, or tilt, precipitate him i'ttj the iirr, and resume its pi.Kitiuii. Tho rat 111 the water will mini to the h, MIDNIGHT DISPATCHES. D rstrnction of Doneh-onville' la., ty the Slopp-of War Brooklyn. Reported Culture of Eayou. Sara. Reinforcement of RebpU iu Arkansas Arrival of Qen. Lane at Lexington' Eattl8"in Jackson County, Missouri. Interview beta-em Uapc-leou and Mr SlUf II. Speeches of raLoifrstca and Roebuck on the American Question Important from Italy P.cfuial cf Garibaldi to Obey the Kin;p ! Threatened Attack upon Rome ! Creation of a New t-Ysr Tepartmcut. Kfw Yoi:k, Aug. i'.). Donaldtionville, lmisis'ia, hxa b'-e-: ,'i.-riilet (by the sloop-of-w ar P.-'.c i; , cause t'e guer rilla9 fired from l' v uj.on our iiYk and wounded in the transport's. '. The Grenada Appeal sajs the federals took Bayou Sara on the 11th iiiM., seiz ing all the sugar and molases, a'nd quar tering a garrison there. It a'.so states that the rebels in Arkansas havo been reinforced, and that flu irordnancn stores have been increased. General Hammond ha- assumed control in Arkansas. Lr.tis.iTON, Mo, Aug. 1'J (lien. I.ano has reached here with reinforcements. Tho gunboat Warner is also here, which ensures safety at this pbioe. i S r. Louis, Mo., Aug. 10. It is reported that a fit occurred on Friday at Lone Jack, Jackson county, between three thousand rebels and eight hundred Slate troops. The laltor were defeated, losing two hundred men and several pieces of artillery. The olluial aceoui ts aro ex pected to-day. Foreign-. NapoK-on, in aii interview with Slide 11, admitted the cogency of hi arguments in favor of tl Southern Con federacy, and said that tb chief barrier of its recognition had bceu objections of England. PiilmeiHtnu had made another speech against hih i !'.'reiic(', and Roebuck spoke on the other s.'dc. Pagis. Bourse very dull, rrites, ifr.'ib. Los'i" v. Consul s, or. 1 j t 0;; American securities Armor. It is reported thai Ga'i!nldi refuses to obey King Victor I'Diniriin el's prm.la nialion. Enthusiasm in favor ol Giribaldi and Sicily tremendous. lie bad det riuined to march on Lo.-.i , and t '., .1 h:a -. n maud Would fea. ri fifty thoi. ;:nd men. The Confederate eteamers Merriuiac andN'amber escaped from the Tuscarora. Washington, Aug. 19. A new Depart ment is created, under the .uimediafe command of Major General Wright, comprising the States of Ohio, Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Wisconsin, and Ken tucky, including Cnmbeiland (i.ip. Nnw YotiK, Aug. 10. Gobi M per cent premium. Slocks firmer. ( ol, Jikroli llf-:iuicm I nil. 7i' I'li l:'.'.i!r lit '.t.ib!lf Ji.nri You will pUn-ie give nctico that my regii.Hiit is full, and tint I cannot n--crivo nnci.hor man, and plt-aHo cxiinss my thanks to those who have aidi'd me in riising this nnhlc rcgin.onl. hrvor wa9 Kcnlui-ky more aroused. Never Hero demons inure nx inns to do gallant deed, and never rpi.ro worth (if their noble sires thin now. Uf sped full f, v'.urs, liK'UAIil) T. JACur.. Col. Ninth Ky. Cavalry. Emin'enck, Aug. 15. Hokses YVantku. Persons having good horses for sale will find a good mar ket for them by applying to Cpt. Lamb. rn e advertisemont It is hoped that all person who hare horses to disKise of ivi'l bring them forward without de lay, as horses mart bo hail. The follow. in(j mode which lien. Iloyl.K has adopted in our sister .tale, Kentucky, shows how eainest the Government is in willing- to procure thein, in order to suppress the atrocious guerriiU warfare which in dc vasbiting the country. (mineral Ordet-o. 0- HaAlii;farlti,ii IT S F,mt l KKim'ekT, 1.01 Mtiui, Julj 3D, lit'i. For the guidam e ofolllcers in the mat lets referred to heie n, (he following ( rderis made : I. In ni.il.inR si-W'iro of horses to mount the cavalry authorized by the lioverimie.it to be raised in Kentucky, it shall lie done I,y two coinmib-'ioneit olll cers appointed by tit) Colonel or olllcer in command of the rcruitinir station. The name of the cllbers assigned lo this duly will be reported to theso headtpiar lers immediately on the receipt of this order. No private arldicr, noii-romm ', Hioned ollicer, iu any case, will be jier iii 1 1 1 -it to m ike any toizure of hursett. II. The ollii-ers ippolnted to make seiiure will keep in a bo.k the names of all persons whut-e hors are seized, with the value of ca ll horse. They will Rive lo the owner of the horse a receipt lor the Kanio and valtiitioa thereot the payment thereof by lie liovei unit ut ilejirn lin on the loyalty of the person. The olhcera w ill report U thrso head tpiar'ers a full stateme.t of all hotaes st i.'.'l and value of racli. HI. The commanders of regiments aud ret roiling sta'ioiis are njoined to en force this order sl.l tly. Any violaiioiis of it by olllct-ri or privses will sutiject the oU'ender to puuirloient. No com missions will be issued io ollit ers vinla ling i', or allowing it be iu!at l The coiniuaiidiiii; olllenswill t held ri',:i sitile br tlie t. id ruf xci-nienl ot this order. lly Command of I'-r i lmi. H,M.a. .lOUN IWJYI.K, Captain A. A. O. AH nf C03S.if.CTFD D4ILT y W. . CHILD CO .' Nu 11, COM, COS sTBkKT ff Ttc- .nil11, ,n. f,,r ( , w1 Mrtt ury NmIi ., i,, i., :,. ,. K,, kT . rtii4 of T"niH. -MM . t Hi 'il liinl. "' r:"U.r IUi.li '.'," .n-i liAtim' ti .i.K hNIlk o llA Cl . ,l , , , 1'r.k'm i.mk ;;'"',;,", IIh .tk el I ineu.-r. ... I'ltv li,nk !. .'".';.' I Ai ii.t-r-,' R i,ik ., I'.u,k ef Pr,......" .!.'.'."!!!'.' f-.lllk .f I'l.Atimi.N,;,, I ml hi M inphtA lim-k n.;,k Icin-r Kink i .n,ti,fn ! llmu s-iiilii-in Bnk , emik ,f S:i,li,! ' 1' il k ., h;.i.,i.j ;, iVo-t H ink k i,( Ih n-ti I j .. . ' ' . ' lliiliki.l 1,1W,., H-eK oi A) :i i..i,u-ii4.4, .Niilll.-U Uuk T,a a:i,t South Cui-oIim .... 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Hk uf ' In I, in,,,, at 'ltrw.'.T. ll.mk ul iHrnni-ll. at T.sw-:i. n-n iru h.ink.al Lawn-ikHn,. 'l.ilMi- Hunk, al M-niihia. lkink uf Am,-rii, al t'lartkfllla JAMES LOW & CO. 203 & 210 West Side Sixth Street, LOUISVILLE, KY. WE II.IVH OS HANK, AND loll (I.K, 1000 CASTS Of llm brntclH -if "Aiiii'i i'yia," ',l'iii(Hi,,t S(r:.j;'ifi," mill " M-wriii.ai" ,M 500 Cases Elcached Cottons; 100 Ca:-,os Cantwn Flannol.s ; Hill I'itscs VhvV lAnsfys. A f ill ,i ,i tn, -mi nt SVT1SI-TTS, t-'I.A XFI.M, STt'H fi.ml i, (!IMII(M-', aiiil ,,li,r uiti. l.M In icir Inn-, in ml. , Ii w ivil Hi- aii.-nit.ia ,.r n,-i!,-m. J.tl.v -..,-.1.,.. Southern Bank Noted. Kouth Carolina, . Georgia, Alabama, and Louisiana ItvVNK r o t i: n, VND GOVEnUKEST :CiIECiTS, iyioiiT ami Hi.n iiy A. t.. K4MOIID1 t !., No. 60, f-ill -go SH., (Ui-rcliaol'l llank lluiMtiig.) July II Claims Against the United States Government. 1)KU.-OX- li.:ilir I1iliiti;'llat lln-r.S. Oorn. iki'.i-. i-iih.T lr IT, rly tnki n tur II, a twi- ff (tit-Ai-my. ,it liitii'iti- ft, I', - vny . i, uai tn rnmf tt-r ho c.'ititi. nr (' tl at, -a. i .1', b tiffin t-i-tt'-l anl r,,l li-ri.,-,1 l.y .!ai ma- ili- ia il' Uin tiaiula I lll il'.l l.-i II .itt-K.N. Ak-'-r I'm .Nrtinnal t lntiii Ak'i-ti' y '"f Wii-li'iut'im, l '. t'llVii1! t-,a 1 i tint'KKmi linn i.li'ol the ArM-y. N i .'1H ( it-rf-jr c , '-ft. "i Slalrs. Ju'.j -i il. 1 LOUIi. HGS OK T1IK CKI.l'.HRATKll IR.UE'Clt:rK MILL I'lilHli. K-ir i.i I v W M. I Yt.N', 41, ltkt C. 500 For Rent, Cheap, rpWd DKI 1 4 A. 3 1 1 , IC UKUI- X HKN.'KiS -nt.,' ,,r a U-i-in uf y.,.irt 11, mini I ,r tin, In 'in - ul' tin v-iir. Aim ly i l. O. JDNK-, nl T!nMn,,n A f.'n, 69, O'il'ii" fire-i. ukS"1 CIIAULKS H. GUEKX ACKNT OB THE Cin.l.ECTIOIf dr CLAIMS AUAIN-1' 111K V. 8. l.oVKK.N.Mr.NT. Olllrc, No. 3 III.IIUY M III I T, I'p Slalrii Vsmai.t, rrnN'isin.i n-. -on thiihc turniMlivU Uii-imn aiel hlo tii-u. " Ail.lrelK, allli .,-!lt.. " A. C Olll -a. ' Box TO, P., -I atit,W lw'- Good Eoard and Lcdsing, At no vr.n week, is tar ii'sns n. .y n..,,,J, u.oo. m. rriti.tH, tiu. II ClHTrj Blral. A llOt'SK TO KKNT. AlM'l.T 1" M. l'AtxT. a-in'i-Uil .'I -A fniall lot el nflii'-tl I! -rax, Kir aau ly WU 1H-S c nPITIiAS-i hhl-., for .lo tiy It'll I. VON. FOR RENT, IOH THK BALAN) K 'K iVu!, dlt A TKMM llf )V.W D, l In? 1'II i fill' lit UUi tlnnll'tl'lt) rild'M.C , No. 27, West side of Spruce St., ti..twii tVUr uii.l I iit'iu stripl.,iti Ilia ai'v, ki."ii aa ' It f. n-ni I'liti...-,-.'1 Br K t f.iriii-T n Im h fa'1 in Mt.. C. I'lio C..i. Ul, t'h in Ii Kinl, ur I. f. Vttiaix, Nu. Tn, t,.,. Hi ( 'hurry Wiw. N;,.-hvl is An-iut 4ih, 112. aiii-i-liu Dr. King's Dispensary i oit rmv t i i' iii im . ir.-'i-aa tiR KIMt, furnarlf of Na 1 Jr1 ilia laat fun yiauaof U,u risul of Uiuiavnir, K f . mui wbu ( devtUd fata anuiMbtt I be irwatnTHii of privair u.txmMa d tin) yra, liat-ui bu.iilf, toatuitf allDl4 U a iraciic tut m un. yr, KU'l kiiixI a) n-fci-y th'.wfau.ji, be la tNiMhimi tt cure ml ul a r ftiur, Ui iiiaiUr Imw bal Iksry mmy bi fp.ni lliU'llciiia mviie 4) InlmctH, ir fr m l ol U.otr ta Ir liitijr't itwattMn ho ' lAirif- trtH bfl wmo iTbarri ani t a- 'tr-, vi.Mi i-.ry , biri u ruri aJI 4hmm ol apiiTax ftiura b.aa'titia i urfd wilin.m iinumii ftitw'ir'uoa r ! iHtftru wiia bviatiioxa Miir-ft f old or rwv ut clat, TtotHy farrj ft few 'Ul, i'J b o"'r'. Kio tLitb ca(-i fto Mtvi l. . Wt.sra aSu lur n ili hcaMb cijf'.( h t;i; ( L., ' 1ii4 (..'-. W'f ft. -M-llU f aJiJ BliC.fW I'iU 0'aUtil:i . U DtUc h r: ':' im witu al it. Ui(M iif Uia ! ia . grfiw u$ Uui tf u.g.it'i or bad UtAlUitxI-bali b .i'-uiy au d i a ww 1 a NraWV' rlWffwu -.J'KllKM.laallnOlH'UhAViLf bfft ti'0 W ti.n ftuJ a lis V'Uv''tf. ;" i-g UUt Ol it , l. ( 4il vl. IU Kltai y hy tJ. d'-ll Uf 1 1 1 babiU of ui' -i.fli'li rl yu ill s, ud fn' 11,. U -uo id i i ' 't, ft I "f w'iiij w.;t ii-ii- a..ue '.oc iiis(:i aiiHi. rcitaut-tL U. i.i-wl until lt t. , .riKM 1.1 S,a irtl tiltl U I i.s urol!,S( '1 1 r 1 IV, av k i-IUt'i4 my L-v U-l.l W lib Hit I .Ul ...If t W.ui tiir '-wl ft-1 lui 11.11'. n-' t f. lLrsv,a r.u -i.i a 1 . I'f ' I .ii. a-4 mLliUf lu J , w no a f-t .il , iv.i l if A ft lu, N" '! ltvatdAvrli aii , l Bitii , i bar1 iue b kry ttlal" ! U Uf.T ftil1'oi (Kt n 4Aiu t '- a id ik Dofii waiil 9 Ift Ua avu vaftibj, KENTTIJCJCY Library Association Co lottery. 15. FKAXCH cV O MA NAG Kits. Drawi Daily at COVINOTOJf, TLj., T If 4(0 OCl.iX K Ci'mmi.i'sivw CAPITALS $5,000 to 340,000! Tifktln from mr. lUiiMr to Ten CrU-ri fr Tnki will t itn)uitt.v tnl ! r. Inru inAil.AtiJ our rfll -ul Itraw'ti' ,tjl Tisp uu, tf-AH -r.Kii for Ti..L,t, .,Aiit It. FRANCS & CO., IA)TJI8VILLK, ICY. tiT Hnvil nt r e n dll i-t !i 1 ir PROPOSALS FOR TLOITE. own K 01MSi: or ji itsins K, NAntlVflU:, lH , July .M'lli, lstri !!M VIM. IK Wfcl'KIYKi- AT IW OKr'M't i until u'iik. I'M., uuBrii'nT, Aiiiiul 7il., M' , (IV. im )Mr)ii icvril lo Ui Oi nii rjit t,t lite , I nl it-1 tfuii j fur 1,000 BARRELS EXTRA FLOUR, Tii In- 'VhvrM at t.m Hi,li--,at'-nr- St,r lti.ti- --, lu Narflivi.ii-. mi nr In l.,rw tin. iiiit, uf a, :n-i. l i ; j . lli.U ti,. t.,,i t ,f li.i I luur r,-.i-lf ,1. Mnrk. iiiuii.- r.-'iu -iiliil a it I, II .1-,. h. t-iruli- ami ilmilu, I rr(iiMis,i! will tii rii, :-!?.-,! t',.r fn: ni-lili.K tin- ,iiii nii-,,uiit li.tw-fli .Im llltlt hi.J l.'.tli ii' Annum. Prnii-ii-.tii H il i . 'i.li -ril- I " f'n'l'iim! f VU.nr,' am. '1'ri- I I, i K. MAl KkKl.V. J'll) .1 ll'l Cai't. auil Omi. M,l.. II. L. ALEXANDER, Auction ic Commission MERCHANT, NASHVILLE, TENN. QftUrlTS t'oNSIGNM KNTS, AM Wf(L CIVF kv f ...n:t iitlt ul!"H lo tp fhv cf !' li J ., Uit.4, hll'MH, IK Hl'i M 'ro)lrU4n n.-lM':Uy. ---Murrii. A Htrnttnn, It. P. II-klMi .t IJti , A. J, iM.U'Ali A .Sffftuvilir, ii'HU. To Town and Country Mer chants, Sutlers, &c , &c. CALL, EXAMINE, A N 11 BUY YOUR STOCK OK VARIETIES AXD small v.itii:s, AT WIIOl.MAI.K, t .J. M. MUUrifY,1 72 PUBLIC BQUARE. i'ivk ti . m i'iip.i. i , wu- a I' kin-.a . I I .W 1III.I- Al", S-ool, 11MnS, It Tl.i.ss. t'li. Ml.KS , Cap, Letter and Koto Paper, V.l.KW KOOKS aud STATI0VERV, I l-oHTf MOSN All'--', I'Ai-Ktt Clll.l-AKM, Vt,A')i anl .AM Y !1AC, lllil -llP-t. ami I'KMM'm-.KV, a.l'UJL-O DM,11 U I I I L T J 11.11, 1. L-,1 ITVII TJ lliMrlcK ami 1 'vi-", l'iun. Ciolil-Ky.l Nelli, "rioUi Htrlnun, HvlalVH'lltlKI-H, TAt.M I.KAf mil FANCY r.KHH, DI'.K-H IIHAIIW, I IIIMiINi,.-., TAl'i-.s, an-, a Itit'iifcan I otlmr litlia ti-i li.iii.inua lu iie-ule-u. Or All B3Uthera Llonoy Taken. at"''-!! rir puroli wnnii cUtfwtiorr. Sv25 III :oio otirAii, i.lvi:i,ac txotu iliK to th ni v.whnh win t ikrii ft in I), f naniofr Jh'purliiifiit, in t)i ."wr iot l 11 M titti't lli'ii.', tloriba thr Wffli "f (lit- pai Jn Vtl runrr Ut. JN'. iil M! I II, Jtn (u tllm l .j ir, $50 REWARD ! KA -V f I r II"1. I Hiu p. 11- nu r.n, n r Nuh iili-. Ifiin.. on 1 lie im li iIh v of T-J AtH. ft h'-trn n ..,-,1 ill. Mi. N, A ftl-Minl T.ir M , A rl t 0.- inn.. hta'h , ,1.1. 1 i -, 1 .it l.r inl tw,v t i..-oii in N.l. villi m 1 1 iu- f to Ul liil., an.) iT't i.'lii'v Mi'iit(i.M in 1t. hnl. I il kioi In.- It.u-nl f'-t IU it I C0 tfnt boo. JuM twi-iI! iu UOHVIIT CAT' By W. E. Childs & Co., IUNKKM AftD t.UOKKT. It io. 5J anh fijllfRf Siirrt, AfiliriLLB, TK. A KHfiZ A', Oll.UUU and AI-alMStV m.,:.av. ftl-o ft(NN) rTATK HANK Or TF.N .ft.il 1MM I'NiuN AM I'l.A f'rhH' HiSKfl, at y lo . !-. )uly'.7 -If Justices' Court. Joan fiai-wni., 1'itfl "l In ft I tf"ii ti j I I I J j I I I I A Vfttaft, lhfi. j l. i li. o Uii'.ol), Vf-iiu. Tl. pU.nii'f, .'.(.ii nr-.iiA,tu ' ' " having ut lAiitM u .t ifM I'luint jiiIi.i in iU'i u ii ut, A Ir ml j i i i.aiai.i J- bu 1 w.-r . and i tu' in" I t i.ini lt1 n iM.il.y a'Ur. u -it' t l"ii-i'rf I" I' i f 'i.tUni ; at. 1 n. 'i. Mi i ,;mio- lit, ll aii..i tug IO Hi "Mfi- li0 i I and JjAili--. t).i Ih .1 f-n iixi a a d-iji ..lt-ijt ul u, Simi.' .( 1 runi-- - ll l U.al I u' -ill ft it'll U u dil f. ut r ni'i'i'm vt ha In u' -('-(' "i.iin.i m tit ri' ' f f I ' I '! Ill" " I III ll," IHI'li H ! i-n um to iri-if t-.f- f t aa i .1 uu uo li. II m il-y ;f h' i-iri;-ri , In' 'i an l j.. a 1 . an w r . r tltti:-l t a-. I u- itiiii-ul, i.iU.i t ti. usvi wlU wl ft dn a f 'I U i.l ii 1 li W l lv M hot Tli'i 4' P, J V- iu.-'iH Tib, l"'lt aiw f iVf, t ' 1 I .ur i irt i. .ti. .- I r aa'a Vy a u ft ROBEllT L M.V1T1.ASI) & CO (Funeral Conimli'r4on Jtorchantsi AM, BANKERS, i and ej, BTr HrK, aad 0 tschn Flare, illi A'aiima. ; " Uf . IHili. am SOLDIERS, ATTENTION I n II (Kuril HiM.n'Mi.4 kara rhar I T anil Mitr l iWMM aa l I xtaKnn aa i iii t h - a p- r-i ul!i a'Mthw, kf a ll,a at lata Nailnial 14 ilia Af-tliy, Nt. M (li.itt Kurt, tip Mali a. J llf i-- Market Ifo. 36 Street. E. MAYER & CO T'tv...-niu f'j; A. LOIUH JL- CO.. Hafr )Bt rai Ml raxl a lurl Stocli nf v ia.. ou mm taWN i)ami p m GOOD.S, Ho Hti.l Shoe, IImIs, Matio'iety, Uni.i, rial!, ami Dye-S(utT. SALT, lu ltarr.li, S ALT In I5i.s, COTTON CARDS, Wl u li watflar la Ilia imbiic r,r CAail OR PRODUCI-i I M.VIl AH COTTON, UEr.sWAX, WOOL, GINSENG, KKATIini., IIIDUS nud TAI.t.OW. CIlH'NTKir alrrt-har.la woiiM du anil lu naM a4n J un.aa a nan llll lhair wimla till Inmi our aim k. All rurrciit Suulhera Funds TuUtn al Ut. Junr -lf. R. MATkll k (X. TENNESSEE BRANCH imii ri nr i r hi IIAUVl'.Y, COLLINS A PUACK, WAHIII!OTO)r, D. C. CHARLES II. OREUT, Agont, Ko..Srt, Chwjr Swi, Niuilivaio(Tiwi. I'K OKI PruiSJ, tlx contiH-1'r hurlnf hmA fMi y.Mii xritir In the nittrmuf'mMit tf Umia l. foiw tiiK'pl t, 1'onrl of Otalma, and tl' Hxaa. tivu !rtintlit tl W"lii!n(Ui( an1 bottif lli.-t-oiifclitT r'itiill Alti n.inlir With I ha livi m4 rrK'i,;Atioii a"t-rnlni; tliir AiljiutnifDl, 1" ai t ti 11U1 mtenlliu will t' cU n In cim riitt out of tUo 1 if t war, Iri'ltvl.i.K th anoiint of ar an 1 N .t I ir(mi iiin, nn t f r C' lavrt Int lrtlllng, and Organising V cK untenr! Ihf rHinburxoiavnt of uhlfli lm.thiV- li'.l l.j an art f ( ntrr; CLAIMS VOH 1N!VM NITV KOR M1IVATK m0PETT TAKKM FOU IM'HI.IO lKq. OA FOR PAMA01C8 T kt',M rUoPRUTY, fur Mi ran Ut In tha ftfrrtr. and flit Tlllitnrjr Vmff lenlon and llauntv l.ind. U gU a,c)al aMnidioa li troctirliit en ft I" it-, llaunllea, te.t airuinj lu Soldi win hava Imni wouDdtvl, rontrft"tMl dl ftuaa. or lit frmtlM i-f anrh a hava .IIM, t killed whila ( the dl. liaBf. of llmlr Mn uf (Jot fuh .luring th lrint i Sj! lal fair will alu U givmn lo rUlam whi liaxa btvii hf rnt. f,,i HvjMtad at prndftl t.y Hi iTparimanta tr IncArlali tlf 11 ana ff ad rruinpl atuntl.m alau glv-o to tl llr1l f Q'iaruinn.i(. r'ai Hect- ta givn r.r Vinriy Uaa tur Uij hmi uf hm Army, to ftrrnnglug Aoouuuta wltb an I rotUrting Oatin ari liitf thi Qtiarfirmaitr'b It p it i in til. A l Claim pU'.l 1ft n haftls rtxiatr our Vrowiit lrftaiul t(ti n(lant ili-ii.y unng muf w)ik I., la tli hi u. It uf aii Attornojr at any dUu pi. hi, ft 1' ( im n i iy pruia uiiiK4Mnii, Axilla fliim thi dtidtwl ft'lvaftlatf. irar dally hilar- nun with all tli lpftrtmnnta aaathlasi tut tn ina mHi lo uliUift dm lii'iDi ftiach vr aMillly titm wl -rtift. ruuinniuUatl.m and oUiftf imwh ry d.Unl Diut fimliKl.! throitgh lh ftaftila. T thia aud. w li.-:t yoft to ftrwait to ua any mr all fiwi of 4u h l..tnwtt yuii may frui to to trnw La- i.r.'Hs'tittj'l, and, a la our cutoin, will Iji ai.'h j'Hi wltb nil tlx nmtj tianki, and, w!mii It ill ), ittatt iH'fUnt, S i i hara inal 'n any iuiUm at f. I. Ad-irfM: riiAR r.n H. gukh, aN, M iriy Hrr-t, " Jll rlll, 1t4al , a 1: 1 1: it 1; 1; h i )! u Rii iiAbb Wiu,''H., Mayor nf Watilntt City .Cumtiii) ut uf rwblift Hull Mi.k. I-. I'a. I'Mu.uij.iiia, T, Wwri-H, , XriM, ..ivtnor 't i1,iw. ' H. R. KftBft'-n , poY J Rill iHoMtst i I "HINi a ... V Ii ( rifi VI ijah luamr , W II 14 A U lK IHO J a M , i- a, . fiifansj, Ilhit . luk a- H Him an. U'im,i N. I. f'n( I W. W . iMbKma .. rb, I'a, . Itaiikwra ll. ' W . T Taus U) f PWarfal Rut.,.. Wklnilaa W,ivi a l.i'K". I IH"ivft. . Tearra Hil, li.rl. .( Iiirltina U, Ol. t. ( l ilq JtwMi, ( A uri.ia, Iil . Nvl-rattba, H. T. .Omaha i lv, II. T. ..r-i.ru. N. T. , lii'.l, Mlrh . haw Utiiiiui'if, M it ,.,K!ail.k, l'.via. ..hrnwa ltly., B att i HI A . I" "nl. IL . . . , l Kl lla.l . K'i , A f'.wn I , W. 4 J W Rtt (;. Mim.f W w warn . ... A. r iiAaaf, i . W. R ll-a'ar. f.m., H 'U ft o, I at 1 1 a , ttb'fta r i a -anf, li.m.t. TiU'Mii. M Wnvx, V aiiiwo A Jfr-m:-i W. )i aa, r - ( ,.. (( II' Ml:.l.M. lull. aw Hftwwav. n Y. I UM, Iimi. 4 IlkAii j), jm ait I j'- V-.y Ai., r u, ;i ftw Tail. flai'Hi A l lxo 11 WiriM !, N Y. Jf II Jit -, l. Kmm V aR Aa L T. V-rtKlr. Fa, ........ .T lritgwa. If V. W I L.I 1 at M l'l tIM, i ! . . . . I'-t I Ull ! air R, FT, w,::r T -.' 1 inaiuuaii, oi,. Jair !. ( r -f 1 V IhU'M, h . il A. I .'. kM- Maya. i.., Uy. K r To Manufacturers. J( 'iji'nii i, vr inn taia, liiNV 'l'riavlara, ! tai,il IJul.ir lallttr,! I.aaitirr n 4 Vwna ii.Imi,; lull m, K..W., at. trap.