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- , IT MUST BE o PUBLISHED BY AN ASSOCIATION OP rmTERSL-OFFICE ON riUNTERS' AtXlST. r.ETWF.F.X UNION AND PF.AHF.KICK STIiF.F.TS. VOL I. NASHVILLE. TENNESSEE, WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 10, 1802. NO ISO i,r- Sabhtara (Jonnij pirn'01!' CITY OOVERNMf NT," ;.. .jotM slt'OH KM ITH, . ; WILLIAM HIUNK, Keeoriler. l tOtlX Cllt" MIILKV, M,,nM. ,' . 1 J ,. : , . . , : Vfyulg Martlmlt W. II. Wilkinson, A. C. Tucker, nt James A. Ptaela. - - i fieri, o'ae JfnrJii-John Olinrabloy ,r-nticln, lr t ; Woe. I.. Kyao.nernod ; nnd .Mm Itoddick , tti rd . To ,rfsoiwWllllam Ttrtver. (mean, Cntfeaar A. B. Mmiiklaud. H'aer Tu ( Weefoe K. I! narrdl r-rmrr K. lleury. . , frW MaHrr Thomaa li'iike. iijwr(nsinid.'il ( H'orJrAonse J, Q. IVhIiI. XiijierfaMrleitf o Ik Walw IJoi i .furore Wfiitt ( hi of !"' Prpartmrnt John SI. Srnbury. rWton oftl C'iiWiK T. II. McVtnde. Nr-ei Vrmerf J.T.. Stewart. Ci AUirnty Jolij, JtoPhall Smllh. CITY COUNCIL. Hoard of AliermmM. M. Brlcn, I'r-wideiil : J. K. Hiwmn,a. A. .1. Majjllold, n.. Htil, Win. 1icnU liana, .1. C Pinltb.M. Q. t. Cl:iitori, nd Kubb. (om.itnn rimc(l W. P. Jmni, Prniiileol William Roboru, T. J. Yarbrousb, Win, Drlvr, Win. H.'wart, I in in Himgb.W. Miillln,JamuTiimi'r.).M. Hontli Cat, A. .1. Oole, Jm. Iavl, Amlri-w An'lorKiio. .1. H. Knnwlra.and Jobn Orraty. , (ITANI'INO 0MITTKM tlli CirV Citr!ICII.. ri'n,iHc Knowloi, Hiuvel ami CI. H'ahw Wurkt Anacrsou, inilli anil Clailxvrh. ' Wf-Yarbroiigb,Tiirncr,H"ntb(:ito,li!ivl,Tlrl-ii, May Held, Chtbum nrt Llalliome. H Iter Nawman, Httwarl and TuniiT. finpHiit-Jonw, May Hold and Hlon. HohovU (Sieatbam, MayB'-ld and Kimnlrn. Fir Vopartmmil Cri-a-iy, Driver ami Newaiun, C'h, irlvnr, Cbnllmiii ami IluTia. Cemtterjt Smllb, Htrwari and Newman. JlfnrlM 7fotiif-R"b,rla, Slownrt and Turner. Hlnvtt llough, Clulborne and Duvla. ToIh' Clinatliam.Brieu and Andi-rwo Xjn infli Hmiab, Claiborne and Jlrli n. Worlihotui-Chaatham, May Odd and KtH'Wln. tmprnmnmlt nid Erjwn.Ii7nlv Cole, Son'l and i reaily. PuWe JVojirs Brleii, Cliatham and Turner. JW Jci Maylb'ld, Jonca aud Kobertn. jf-TliB Buuril nl Alrinrmrn mwut llm Tuffdays next priwiliiig lh iroud and runrlli Tbarwly in mob. ininith, and tbo Common Council (lid arrniid and loiirlb Tliuindaya In oarb mmilli. NIGHT POLICE Cltttin .lobD Bangll. l.tmUmant Wm. Yarbrongli. Hrvtmd liurtiui .loliu II. HTH. IliUcmuw Wm. Jacknon, John Cavondcr, Nii'b Da Jool I'hlHIl, Wm. Bakor, John Cotlrull, William k.ajo, John F-nRloa, J. W. WrlglU, John Puckett, Kobrt Soolt, W. C. Frniicil, Thomaa Francla, Andrew Joyce, David Yati'a, and Cliarloi Duim, 0f Tba Pollen Court la opened every morning at nine o'clock. COUNTY OFFICERS. KAffijf Oamet M. Hlnton. rViiHfiiw Thomaa Hob " aou aud J. K. Buchanan., . . U'Qittm Phlneaa Garrett. 7'.iiWe W. Jafer Taylor. Coroiwr M. II. Ualchor. Kangnr John Corbltt. ' ' Hnmxut (Utolor3. (i. Brlley. ?ii7nnil lir OuUttlar W. 1). Ibdiortmin. i'VummMm w th Kti'hvilU Pilricl John p. (lower and ,1. 1. Kewiuuii. COUNTY COUftT. Juilj Hon. .Innics Whiuvl th. Clerk V. l.imMey Nii to'l. -Th .1ude'a Omit inci'l-i the lint 5lon,l:iy 111 ench nionth.and the Quarterly ( Hurt, oniH)rd nf the Uaiiblralea of the County, ih held the tint Mon day in January, April, July ami Urlober. CIRCUIT COURT. Ju.e II. m. Nathauiel H.ittcr. I lrrls Huvid C. Love. The tViiu-t meets Uie ilrrt Moiolay tu M'ti.li and September. CRIMINAL COURT. Juilye Hon. William 1C. Turner 'Iert Cbarlea K. DiksoHm. -The Court moeU I lie 11 lit Mmnluy In April An govt nnd Deceiuber. CHANCERY COURT. (Himerffar lloii.Ramuel P. Krlerwiii. I Her ami W,i(re J. K (lleavea. irThe Court meeln the ftmt Monday in M y and November. I. 0. 0. T. Jon V. lliiir,Orand Si-ereinry, ahould tie aMicaed at Kaihiiilh; T.iia. TroarM Lolv, 1 Meets svery Tuelay Even liiK.at their Hull, on the oorner of Union and Sum mer atreeta. Tha ollloora for the preaent ti'rm, are : O. 8. Uaiieur,N 0.; J. K. MillH, V..; J. I.. Weakley, Secreinry ; I K-8pain, Treiiaurer. IVuU LiJu, An. 10 MeoU at lh muo phie.o every Mundny Kveiilns. Tha olttcari aio : L. A Campbell, N.Q.t Henry Apple, V.O.; J I- I'aik, Nvretary ; B. F. Brown, Treasurer. 8mi(e iiV, Met at llicir Hall, rn South Cherry atn-at, every Friday Evening. Tbo oilicera are : (I.C. Covert. N.(i.: Frank llarman, V.U i Jaiio a Wyatt, Secretary ; W. 51. Mullory, Tnaauier. ImIm. S'a. 106. U'.eruiiiiO 51ceta at the Hall, coiuar of I'uion and Summer mreeta, eicry rimriday Evnlii(. The oflloeia are : Cbarl.a Rich, NU.; P. Friedman, V II.; Billerlu h , Sivreciri 0. SeiferlejTrciaincr. Kuhel KacaiiiioiKa, Ko 1 Mii'taat the alioie Ibill on tba UrHt and third Wi-dneadaya of each monib The nfhVara are: J. K. Milla, C.I'.; T. II Mi ltn.le, II P. (I. F Fuller, 8 .W.j IVter llnrna, Jr., .1 W . ; lelili F. Hide, HerilMi ; U. It. Cutler Tic uorer. (ih'i' peatK'a rtc.iioinca, b'u. 4 Mt.-u at the above Hail on tlie aecui.t aud fourth VYclncdy bii;hta of eucb mouth. The oOWera ure J. is. T H'-h, CP.; Il.ury Applu, 11 1" ; I.. Meker, js.W.i II. Fried man, J W. Charltm Kilcher, Scribe; J M. Wmil, Tnviaiirar. ARUIVAL AND JDEPAETURE OF TRAINS 1aIuivi11A Naalxllle Rilt. Traiu leavea at 7 :., A M " " " art. al b :10, P M Naahville A Decatur Hit. Train leaven at 6 00, A U " arr. at 7.0O, I' M Nau. A ChattauoiiKa K H. Train leaves al 10 00, A M " " al3li'.,PM ADAM5 EXPRESS COMPANY, . CFF1CK: No. M, Cnraar SratsT. I'iraout wUhtBH to tend Freight and l' !.a;e by lb Morula Tmluf ui tl.a Loiu i.ia mi Nn viixi, and Hiiaviu.a aau UiatTea BAiiaiuoa, auuat dav th turn at the Oiric by 6 o',i, k ilia aviiio rev?ttt lUvtrrno OorvTT Pirrctorv Cwtiniit. MIUTAUY QUABTFnS AND 0FFICET18. r.w Heado,iiartei on llifb atnet. C,J .1 F. Mil tcr, romtnanding.., . hVri. -llead,uarera on I!hi r alie (Pr. Funl'a reahlenre.) IV. II. flidell, MJ. IWU T, B. I fu.lry, A. A. A. . Vnenai Mnflnil lfeaii'iiarter at tlu' Capli.il, A. f. Olllem,('ol. lat Tena. Infantry, iif A"!)"Ht iihirtrrmattsr lli-adiiviarterl H Cherry ir.ut ; Nn. ID, (Judge 1'atr'n'i reaidence ) C.t. J. D. Umjliam. ylxtVairf 9arreriii.er No Cherry etrrft, Cnpt. R. Stevenson. AtiWnn Qnnrlfrimt'r Vine atreel, near Mrs. I'olk'a reeldenr. rapt. R. N. I.nnib. Avinul (lurimiuuOr-Vo. 07, Market fitr,t. Capt. J, M. Ilala. Our C.tmminnrf-licadiiurtei, No. lo, Vinenl. Capt. K. Marfealjr. Oimml'mrf nf fiitM Rioad street. Cpt. B, Mitle. Artmg (Vmiwitr(j o S"liee Corner of Brood anil College atreeta. Lieut Cliarlei Allen. MnUrnl Direeor Summer tlreet. (fr. Ford't old resilience.) Siirginn, K, H 111. MnlUat Vunryor' Ojfit liurch atreet, Miiaooic Building. J. B. Piim , Suri(enii, 8th Kentucky In fantry, A( ling 51 edli al Purveyor. AEEIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF MAILS. Norlliern Mail.vla Loulnvllle, arrlvee Daily, fi.30 P.Jf. " " " -leavea 7.45 A.M. Coluinliii, via T. A. Tt.R. arriven " 8.80 P. 51. ' " leavea " 6.(0 A.M. i Plielbvvllle. via N. C. K.R, arrive. " B.80 P.M. I i. i. Iove " 10.00 A.M. In haoon, . arilvca " 12.00 M. " ... lrarei " J.OO P.t. Mejiiphia Mail, leaven Paily,vla Iflulavllle and Cairo. P'tHT-UFFICiCB OPES BEYOND LEBANON A RE Liberty, Alexandria; Gordoiwvllle, Sinltbville, Watertown, ' .Tennlng'i Fork. IOHT OFFICES ON LINE OF N. k C. H.R. 5IurfriM8boro, Folervllle, Jordan'a Valluy, or Phelbyvilie, Chrietiatm. r.ilmello. B. B. CONNOIl & BEO., commission rn IK IIAIVIH, NO. S COI.I.ECK STi'.EI'T. tv Kior.K J iiHt rKflve and for anle low lo rloae out t'oimlsnmriHa, 20U Bhla. Halt, for sale by CONNOR A BKO. 100 boxes SALT, for Bale by ap CONNOR ft BRO. f)() Colls ItOI'K, for sale by ap 8 CONNOR A BRO. 40 bhla. Coal OIL, lor sale by ap 8 CONNOR A BRO. ( half libit. Coal OIL, for aaleby J apB CONNOR A BltO. 150 doten BROOMS, for sale by ap CONNOR A URO. 50 k"" M AI' '"r,le b' CONNOR A BRO. 50 boxen sl'AKt'H , for sale by ap S CONNOR A BRO. It) cheats TKA , lor sale by v llli CONNOR A BRO 1 1) half chests TKA, Tor aale by 1-5 apfl OINNOR4URO. ) cadleH TKA, lor stle by Z ap CONNOR A BRO. I ( boxes Yoasl l-OWOKIW, ror sale by IVJ Mp a CoNNoR A BKO. 20 e.mks SODA, for ic.ile I'y ap M CONNOR BRO. 1O0 ros MATCH i: a,.H . for Rule by CONNOR A PRO. )f boxen Star CtMH.I': ap a , lor aale by CONNOR X BRO. 25 Iioica COFFEE, I" ap a 'y CONNOR A CO. M 1,1, Ih. VIMOOAK, ap a ,r rale by CONNOR A BRO. lkit SALMON, f r aale by CONNOn A BltO. t) A kiln MACatl KLL.Ior i-ale by -it ana CONNOR A BKO. jr. klta IIEHRINtl, lor sale by ap CONNOR BltO. C kits SIIAO. for aale t.y ap 8 t'OVNOR A BltO. 1 1 bbla, TROl'T, lor sale by l.J apt! tX)NNR A PRO. 1 1 bbls. M ACKKKi:i., for aale by J ap s I VNNOH A BKO. bill ClilKK, lor sulci,)' ; ,. 8 . IMNN0R A BKO. K Ihisk dried HKKINU, for aale ly H CONNOR A BR!). K boxea lined Sel,.,l, for aaleby ) .,, H CONNOR A BRO. S()k:f KB NAILS, for sale by a CONNOR A BKO. JQbblsCroKh, d SueHr, lor aale bv Connor a bro. I 4 ifi txi MEAL, lor sale by l0 ap 8 CONNOR A BRO. 500 bins FLOCK, lor aale by ap8 CONNOR A BRO iif oui.ks HAMS, for kiIh ZJ ap8 by tXINN'O it BltO. n a casks J- 1 1 1 . lor sale by ii.f an a. CON Nt m a into. (m hbts Hue POTATOES, lor sale by ZXJyJ S, CONNOR BRO. C boi-a fresh Uarileu SEED, for si V by 6) a, CONNOK A URO. 8 bl.ls Huioli SI TS, lor sale hy ' ,, 8 CONMHBHO. f tierces Canvussed IlAMH.wlih a Iuik lot oi i J.V ' aorts of OiKiits, which wa w ill close out low, our old suud, No. Colloge street. a U. II CnNNort & Ullll. DM. COLRMAN'S PRIVATE DISPBKSARY. rpllK atinllon nf ciim'nw, iranpcra, and nthfnTla 1 itm Niivtll nsiitrnt(( nivliflal ut, la rmMV rully 'lled U ttita mUof N- l IHd.'nrlt alrtH't.aoo oud fltr, lM't tru lnrry and ili tiuar. Or. tvn i dd prwiiliontr of novllfMna; hti aliuoal untiuoU'd irrH'm' d llalUrln(( nerval (or many y Mrs Htai. iu Ibit trmimont ol aivT Ida Maw baa nulitiwd hnu lo d(vtH hia umtitidod all in. a i all diiwaftns luT I.. naiura. Many cm ol the inoKl Invotirata chartctor Uv ttromptly yiviilwl o li: tuirtvd uwUiod ot lralBicut. Primary, rtHxiuaary,Toitary and llerrtlttary lyp ih-, liouorrtnm, titeal and all ait. ot Iho k-'1" ami nnnary orana. uuut wHB uo rnaiaUuM W Uw A ' ..-mate rnruUrl ( runrlUwal tatlerann nit ull irt Ui Wumti, and tli diaraa an tm true Uuiion aua HI tuanp d pai tuntiou. Kvwy wot of Kduoibl Hupluro, and ot (..., aid lkmlatauii f Hie Hi-tum, aud nowl cajn of tul, eau bu curod by a irotta utwrly iiiiliMa. K itur ol ilia Lattvr caia is uu.Uruk'Q by lw. Colt-uian. a rurv ia im-aruiWv warrant tt aa a cavr.'iiil ainnnuaiitid aiwayn pjiiiK-iju ttia uM,MWiry iDilu'-alitata ( tmmor fatira;iy lim )niirovHl no'tlio,! of oioiatuiH riHtim ti aiu.ttr ' apply nt( ' p v? ('Uw nbiii(( fx) wu tho tii nl f mpiouia ot any at tit )mh uie uitoMuv cu ba cuiPil, iu ui itfi fa'- , by lUt abortiva ntvihoti, iu forty fitit bouia, $Uot luiuOauoa, pttttupt attt;uU'U. and utoderatt 0livrir, will Kuveiu biiu witb bia ptnua No Diort-ury untl lu tba trtwiuirut of arwrrea dn , aa U lMtiavtt) (tu lutattt U oc otlut votatlia4a ibau tt.at It ia givou to our. uttloa Iwurt I row tint la tin morning- till nln 1 tbtvuu, ju in, ei ly SAINT CECILIA'S EMALE ACADEMY, MOfJNT VFTINOX, NASnVILLE, TENN., 1177 In ojfiuti f,ir lh rKfj'tion nf Tiqhh on M.v,huj, fiqL Mi, 13C2. THE S1STEP.S OF T1IR 0P.DETI (F ST HoM INK'. Well Uniin In lli'ia ainl adlolntnir States as etnarlen- ci d and eompetenl dir etora of Female K.lneatloa. rpeeimlly Inform the elti. i. I n of Nashville, and the public in (reneral, thnt a paclotia biilHluy.recenlly ercrled, eiisMe tbern la rirelve a turga nninber of pupils. Tbo Academy Is about n mile from llio f ily, and la sltnaiad in one of the most beautirnl and healthy lorationa in its vicinity. Tha ladle? of this Institution, being especially do- voted lo the Education of the young of llicir own sex, will lenva nothing nudum to impart to th pupils con tiled to their i are a llmronch Edetioi, in the hlph. eat senso of the word. The relhrlon professed by the ladies of ie lu. ntn- Uon is the Calholic, and I hey will iinpnrt fpecliil ro- HijIoim instruction lo pupil? pmfeCFliifr (imt Ciith. Paplla of oinry rnllHloua denomination will bo ad mitted, and no undue Influence will be nsed to bins the relic lous principles of the ynunR ladies j nor will any of them be permitted to embrace the Cuthobe f lilh wilhoiit the verbal or written con.ient of jmrents r Buurdliiiis. Vnifornilty and good order, however. require I lie attendance of idl at moriilng and evenlnsr prayer?, and "it tb rollRlmia exerrl, on Pnndny. 'Iho course of atuily ia divided Into four depart ments, each department liain: ii on ilninct eourae of studies assigned it. The Academic Year w ill consist of two Siwuous the first commencing on I he find Mouiluy nl Septem ber, the second on 1 lie flrsl Monday of Fcbruury. The Academic Year will close Willi a public distribu tion of premiums nnd honors about ,o 'joih of June of each ve:ir. itkius ri.it srssi. TWABLIt IN AUVA.KE. For Board and Tuition, S, 7I). I7J. and .Hn. ae- cofiuni: to uie uepiirimeni oi me pupils. EXTRA CHARGES. f,:itln nnd Modern T,anffuaBes, each aio atusic oil I'ltino. ... 'e of InKtrumcnl did lllusic on Uuiiiir, Instrument fitriiislieii bi,nuil 'Jo.imi Mur!c on Harji 1o OCftl B1U.41C lo ml VJ.oO fki'U liiiifc itnt I'tnitlntr in Witw.iJot'ri r.'unlinp, ia Oil, &uA inuloriiils. , , , . , Kinlinmlt-rv lit, and UeM i , , WftHhint; , . Butfonwy ami lin of l.oolin, 2, 8t, nrt1 ? V;',.o0 10.IK) in on 1II.00 "., nc- Iflloiiioii and M.-.li.ji, nt-ii'intnnro will f.-irji Pof.nl. VVii'-hln, &., during var.it inn, $r.00. (il'M UA Ia nmiXATlON.S. No (jfHl.irt ion will bo mudri for aWnro nr w ith drnwul, uulitta oroaMiouoil hy jlhicM or dlsminl. i'uptifl Mil Uf t-Hrtrut'U tlt'lii lite Ullto ul Whk-li lJif.y eu'rr. IliiRriiftT, mint !? roTi.M with tlx rbwcofi of tmpKin-riiiff. kiahk iuiih.m r, mivcr tn.iK Ana i-a "tk.ii, k init imii lot, aua an ner.'rtry tiritck Mi-r I he til t. 'I'd i! I'MifiJitM ifi Mat-iirins lilue drew i.r winifr. gootiii ii m i nric roir; m roe cMora uiuitr- Kulj Ivvo mm bunniM-. HuU, ih ntvle of Um Wfitori. Thu Ai attimy will not incur the cxinso ol lurui-h- Itiir nrttoler oi lolhuiu or inu Jant la. ur v. Fulfils will pal bv Hllowed to vpoml leorot monv nt thrir own diHrrntinn. ,urh monr-yii ma t )(- i.o-Mtr'J with tlifi huporiur j.f lur .owlrin. 'I'o pri'Vrnt iiiipit.tr corrrJ(timi iue, all lMt.rn rt- roirttl and writ iirf BUt.jrrt to tlio wruHHl of the Kii- liihUfi us ri'EitrM- i-ar'iii or atmnnairM. l'uiil:j. ivti" lut ntb or lu.afitUiiM rriol.Mii Kfi 'li ?U( or n inity, will i .1 Ihftr tioinei tnit tim.'H durini; tlo hi.k-Iu' I it' vir i viit I.. i ol tim.' A int. rrnpt l.n of fhn ct ftvirics nl' thr K. Ihn'l, i: itor- u ill ..- riM-tived only on KiiimliiyH, trt'Tii H h. 1,1, A 1M.. mi l fnun . to ti, I'.M. l'aronl or f;i)-.rtti uii wi liitit; tn jiu o l.rir rlnldir'n oriUt ilH in tlin in-1 i t til i n, ill ln rivit-d iu any d it nuviil Suiol.i v. l-'or dirtht'r ;i:irl m-al irn ni-ii'i.'.illon touv be niftilt lo the Mothfi' Sujit'i'ltir ol llm .Vrolcmy, or to thr Iti. lov, .1 A u V.ii 11 HI AN. All 1m iru rtri l.'tit.r tii hr nttdr.'i nl t.i tlm Mother Pni'rrlor, .t. Vt'iliu'et Ai.iil.-Mii , Munit Vi-rn"n, m-ur NanUvlilt1, fi'iiii. aiiici- lm In Chancery at Nablivillo. tjTATK OK TKNSRSaSKK Al Unlos lold In Ua 0 CIM'k'a Oitii-.e, i'liaiit iTy tV.m i at N:udtvill', Um d:iy, r(tptruil''r tlo lHt, Ihii'J. F. O. Hurl, Truti, Ac .ami U. N. Myora, Com plHiiiatil. m. H M. FraoMItt, Pfli'iiiliuit. It. aiwarinK Iron, alllilavil tllfit in thm (-itnao tlnit ttit pUrp of it'Kidrm'o of thi tltili'iiduut , B. M. Fiunk Itn, a unkntiwii to complainant, ao tluit the ortlinary fnut Ouh of tiiu touil (uuiiol bo iwti vi'l ou lain. It in onlorcil thai Uf tin tuiier tin apiM araurf tiert iti In-loio or within tlio lirnt lltrrp da h ol lint lit Irrtn ol mud 4'aurl, Ui ho liild on IUp IhI M.nnUy in Nm eniMr n'it ( IHtri) uiui pii-a.1 . aiiwT or ili-nuir lo t omnium ait I'll bill, or iIip aamo will ho laW'ii lor ronfit)pd rk to bun aim i lor tirarma ' pu t, and thttl a copy Ol this orri.T tip plHillslM-t' our.- H wi'.'ln OTlourKUO Ci'RrtlVP WPt'LS iU III" N.li-'liVlllo Fiiioii. A CMV - A(il : J. K.til.LAVFAC. A M. A. K. Im.mo.'w, .Sol. rorC'oiupru. a-'p'i vi In Chancery at Nashville. CJTATR ()P Tr.WlHsCp. Al Rnl.a hold In the yj fltTlt'a omce, t.hi.mvry Court at Nabvillf, Mod diiy, 8 punnti.r llu 1st, W. K. . Hurt T'UFiet, fcc, and II" N. Myer, Complain- Hiits, v. ritli-r ft (uui. anu oiiikim. i lenuautH. It apiM ariiiki Iron, atUilavit tllrrt in tlna naitH that tlie ftor;il pl.ii if r,itl nrenl llo- IIV-ik Ltn t Jolm A. KtaloM, Jolm W ,;oiil ant I'hoinas 1.. M tfrlittll tir unknown tt coinpliiinauiH, ao thitt tlio onlmary pi n rrna ot lliiai ( uni t t aiiiiot bn ai rvv-d on tb in. U ir or di'rod that they do vnter tlii'ir apptruiu-e liriiu bi lori or witiilii tlm tlrat tliroo laya of ttitt n i ttrtn of Maid OHirt, to be lnld Oil lit Irtt lloul;iy IQ Nntfuilor lnxt flrtiji) and plH.ol, unwyr nr dtuiur to (iupiiu- ant a hoi, of th hit tut will he luki'u or oouitHMti t idem and act ftr to'aritiK i iitfic, and tbat acttpy ol I hi otiior b puniiviii'! onta wk i r imir r.iii-ct'- aive wcrkft iu tlta Nub 1 1 It I idon. a t'opv Atton : j. :. t.i.r.wrs.c. a Bf. A, Ij. lUMitv-i, stu I. tor ("ompl't.-.. (iU-4 In Chancery at Nashville, LiTATK T I IN KSS 1 1 F . A t Jtiiloi hold in the O l'ioik'atlt1i',4'baut'ory Omit ut i;uttivillo, Mou- day, spirmbcr tut lwl, ' J.din 11 l oili y. I'oinpinmant, i". T. V. J'hppni, It- ft'iolaiiiH. H appt-arinr tnun Hilldavll fllrd iu thin rana that thapUi Hol n-Md-uiv of tho th 1. ndaui . T. h. Hippn( n iiuknowii tu ci'ini'laiiiant, an that ttio ordinary pro rrtH of thw i oin t caiinol lw 'rvf'l ou buo It la or- dorott thai ha tin mitT Uii itititisti mit ft heroiH tn-ioro or w iihin tbo t!r t lirt iliv t-f tbo noxt tt-rm oi aaid t'Mirt. to ba bfld on tin lNt'Mud.iy i" Kovwiibwr lo't (ltM and nif.ol, anwt-r or tti inur to t'oinplamant'a loll, nr (ho cin will bo taLon h-r rohlir.'J aa lo turn and ! lor henrtug f p;irl.,ant ih.il a ropy ol Hon ordrr U pubiiwlo-d out' a work for four aou' I'fBau-kwLe tu tin N.o'bvtlle I'ln-'n. A irVv AUcpit : .1. K. t.l.l AVI H.C. k M A. L. bii'k-i, S I for Coini'l'l B,'('J-Wl In Chancery at Nashville. tlTATK UV n-'SNl-SKl-: -At Rule held in the O Cl.'ili's Office, ClMW'ury Cjort al, Na.liVliU, Mou iluv. Hciili-liilicr 1,M 11. lftli'i lt.ir.1 ill K. I'each, ct al, t ompllnalit. rs. Tlie tlli. i:,,h I. .. i..rv. ui ul. L.l, lutaills. II ii, :ir,oi( lioin ml, i.i.l met in this ranee that Hie dlili.lai,I. I Imrl.a .lolica. I'nwidi-lil. ' , ef "aid I, uti t n lot y , Ik a lion rin k, HI ol I lie folate ol Tculiea Tl ia oid.rcd til .1 he .1.. ,1,1, r h . aopcaiaoi a h.-rcu twliiie or rtliui llu- ar l thriv dav s nl the ui-M 1,1111 ol eaul Couil.to l' lo Id ou III" I I Holiday lu N...'Oiler uea tlMl'J) sud ,ua,l, aiiawei "r demur lo t ,.i,,,i ,,u .tut i b,l), or tba same will be t.kcu t-r ico-l.-scil us to b',ui aud set lor htwtujf a f-tite, aud tlial a '..'O "I lti- oiJ-r Is )ult ,.Uril oaca a r lor yrnr huca'hsiv, accks in tue ha-uvi,i- lui' u, A Cur AtlMil : J K ui.r-.AVIS, I M. U M. ni,.S.I fisfCoiuols. ef"J , aSTOTICJi! ;rr irvrr vkx mtd rn ittmatv ip, Stork of Pry jhI, ftrt.a tft JKor. kvi A Mr, -onr. Vnli -(t iit lhf'm rftiih-fiifn u mtuo Aug. lMih, M'Ri;vn m. aniE vnhfrfmned iiwink rrRcn sri uf 510RUAM A Co., their emir HLx-k of I II Y GOODS, i Will eont'iniia the hueinew at thett VI Rland, No. 49, Fublic Riviart-". There are a irrenl manv SKAWWaULI! OOopS: also, bir,, tk of LAWKS' PRE- tJOOPS, to wima wa mviie the atientioii of iha trad and all coimilmers. au-.'0 7t KVI.f: .V J100HI'. in; WE HAVE NOW AT SMITHLAND, deatlneil for the retail market of N:uhville, 75,000 BUSHELS PRIME PITTSBURG COAL, j Whi' b will arrive 'iiMiti tint lire in rirer. Anpnai STib, lSi.2-tf HUGHES'. Pitcmrrri ART GALLERY, for. College nnd I'nlort St.. THIS CAI.I.ERV IS OPEN TVA1I.Y FROM 7, A.M. to 5 P.M., when) Picturea id llm most eminent men luay bo wen. : Photographs, Ambrotypes, MTliATKOTYPlf, TTTTi:UTVPF, QN'KTTK, und CAUTKS I K LK. are ina-le lu tbo tighrt Stylo of injrlcctin. 0JJThe milillr art' rtfsmvll'ullv iuvitod tn vMf our fall?ry, whrrn all virturrs mioip arn vur.nni',(1 to p'tt pRil.-'fiirlion, or no chan.- will hp nii.'l". WANTED, TFN OK FIFTEKV AIU.K B01 iod moil, who arci v tiling to eM tr";nii'd anl wU ilrillod Hat- fry of .Mi.untid Atlillery, whkh 0- ' , h:i almiUy done got at'i vlo In a For part ifulnra. iiiilT to Col. Mii.t.pn'a Hoad- a)narUT, or In 'amp on Hip If hi-i1. iiiv i)1o 1iI,p, near luo rrnitontiary. ait. a. k. flUSli, auv-il t'ouiiuuu.ttii- nit ini. imtt.ry. 500 Horses Wanted! roit cava mi y sr.n vici'- I.ilVK ivt!Slit'rl1 tJOuTl tl.1tl:, ItV.TWEK!? four aud eieht year, old. and betwe.-a flswa and eteen hnds tilh, nre sranUnl imuietliali-ly for I'AVAI.ItY r-fcUWClw, for which rea,n.ibie puces Kill be paid. Anplv lo Crr. r.. K. ItlHfl, on Vina Street, beln airs. Pi'ik'a redolence. nu(ilt,-tt' COAL ! COAL ! ! riMIR tTNUF.RSKlXVD nfl MA PR ARRAN.lR .L niPnut lor Ihip courtifiim.-nln ol tit ouuJttv oi 'oHl- lO.tHH ltliHlirl- noil' at Smiihl , nhU'h will come up ou tho t ri-o u ir tret, r. i. nn icrv, apmi, Coro.'r Mroai nn. Ilifh mmMi, SCHOOL NOTICE rpiiK 1mi:i;sii:Ni:ii V'll.i. m-fs a si iumh. X t"C t lie iliairucl ii'l, ol l,ny ill all I lie viluili . 1 i, cji:'h lrniic!ie ami al"o On. Cl.i--e on Mt'MiAV, the l- t ott'cvrMHKB next, lit No. 1 :!i i , ilriwt t lri-rl, near the l inuklui turop,.e. lluviua ilevoteii ij in tunc and attention lor the :, -t fire yean totllo tiusia,s-a ot leachiiiflf. lie tl.itlerri him self hecsufivi entire anlislaut ion to all who 111.13' Conlide heiiviiilj r en to hiHcaie. I Trm-2rt A-. 5 pr Sr.nlii r 20 week, iiitarliilil)' in ndiiiuic. Bebonl f rom 0 o'clock lo 1-. A.M.. and fruiii 2 to 6 o'clock, P .M. lor any further particulars, the undernlimed can hi heu 01 liny time nl hix olllce, Wo. -I I ' (op -,tailii Cherry street, oppoNile (,toniubi l,iiildiii. J A SI K1 I III M IU t. iltrriliirr s .Inn. Ifiurb Smith. A. V. 8. 1, in, I lev, l.iniNiny iu lio, II,, race lhirri-e,n, .leseili J.'i,u lor. Will. Hluno, J.is. I,. .M. li'.niel Hi. J. V. lli le. T-T A TT?"ISJ17 2- A N' II SADDLERY STORE, MARKET ST., TWO POORS UEI.OW i HI WH 'pHK uudt'raiiH'd would rt'HjiocI fully inl;rm hi X rn-tomori und tlio put. Ho L:-nt'rnllv, thul lin Iiu4 added to tin usonl ftx Httx'k itn cxt.f-nnh e mipply of o.iiu'Lir.a, iiAuni', iiiiiiH,ii, oi vwiy (if Cert pi ion und atylo, of mipcrior workmanship, mid Hliirh li warraum wnt u i v HHiHlaoUtn to tli'Mi riv tug litm a cuH. 0 I'l.l-ln' pHirunKi lexpot Uully Bt.hrUi.t. atm-T-'lt WM. PISKtlV. SCHOOL NOTICE. 1 IAV1KU WHEN hOMt'l l'Kl M'RINd TUB XX I it-1 f duvN, 1-y lotiiit-roiiti uuuntet. to lak young rblldrrn niulcr iny in-trut ln-nn, 1 hava tt rn red tti aftrUnt e ol Mikh .IrsNiK Itniiam. ta votal'lv known u a tt arlo r iu tlm 1'ubiic Hi Iio-1h, and will ojx'ii, in ctsiiin t ti-u Willi my m luml, ou iMoiidav iiavt. a tlcpnrlno'ut ii littfrmfdiJi and I'rnuaty m Uoliia ol to1li rtn, 1 uition f i Hint t- 11 inonih--iiM)iitiiiy in .til Vittioo. P. p;v-4t 1 tt. IH5KMAN. DISSOLXJTI02ST. II T W 0 110 A N ST K It N and II. FIl.yntBKBfl, of i.(L Ih, Dim ol Al. MoaoaasiiaM at I ., hlio. 8lore, rio. lo t inon street, have uiiwoheit rarliier elito ! inolual citliscill. ilia husiueii a ill oe tarriail -in tiereiillcr 1? M. Moriiausluro. M MunuAS.sTEItN. 11. Ml tliUCKii. K-U llle, Aus. 'ii.lh, auj,."! nt In Chancery at Nashville. UTATR OK TF.NNKSSPK. -Al Rule, held In Iha ll I leik'a Olluv, i haucery Coorl al .W.L. llie, Mou. flav , M'i,lcinier iu ll, IM,-'. ll,-ii..iiii,u J Orooiiiii,, Couiluluiint , r. FcIik K. Cheat liaiu.N. r. Cirlnll, aud Ilia heirs ol lUuuuiAAUa aniler, diM-ea-sed, llelriutalits. Il aiipiariliit from allidu i ll liled iu tbia ratine that tl li- leiulutila, Willii.iu Alctuiiib-r, All! ed Aiet niiii-r .Isue li.iiinjtli. lWii.iaunn luuioao, Lie mda Vlitlk-r W ill ia II Mulkcr, Kirull I,'biii'I,..I. Jubu 1:11111,14,11, JuUli II. Aiexauoai , Kcliec, a uiioiwtT, IVnlou all hooscr ami Nath.in Mrloitite are uon-rasi,l, nis of the Htals ot leiiut-sece ; aud it forlhcr ai'tieanu tlil Here are heir, of slaria Kri,i;i s, aud aVo ol 'Iholu.m Alcxaiotur, eti,e liano-a and ulscea of rivi.d',ui4i aia uukiiovtu to i , -at iu maul, aua Hint 11,,-reoie (lie oruu n,iry ,i-tiea4 of no t mirt cauuo! be served uoii llu iu 11 IS ol',l,'ri U ltl;ll all Srtl.l IN-IMOUs ilu uuti'l' llii'ir 1.11 N-arauc berelu bi-fure or witliiu the tir,.l lia-ecils, ol tin lii'XI l-till ol aaid Ci'tirl . to Ihi b, ld on toe isl M.4iuy lu Novciiiui-r neil t ihijJI and itead.atiriw or demur to C'luoUmatit's bili,ur the aauitt a ill b. laki-u lor e.,n, nt.i'd as lo ttit ui, aud hi Ir b,-dr,t,t' n Iwrie.hud tuat aO",y of lliiaor.ti-r be oooiwund uuc a week lor 1,-ur Su, i i-KWIve tso-k4 lu the NusUTilie Cub. A to.y Atlnil : J.E. OI.KAVM, C slf A. I.. I"aa, 9-A forC-,m i' a.(,V-4 Hlnohvillc Pinion. Tj:unm: Dint I'vwi, per annum.,.,,. I" OS j" " ' weik Sd Ti WirtiT Cviot. per auouin, to 00 VitaKLv Cmo, per annum , no WrDNCDAY MOUXING, t'l'PT. la. 1SC2. Trss I.loqnt f wr4t Irani .1 Hilar Hsaur), 1 Tlit filling iritj rpiuaikH f JmlijB npy at rftcTrtt mo-tin; lu I'liiUioolho, aiinulil lie rosii by f'Vrry man, and e)p clally fvfry DiMiiocrat : : WhetJier tve ruled Jir the present AdmutU IrtUionor not, we are equally interested inpre serving the (iirernmmt. Administration are hut for a day. TnANK God, this couktby is oi ns. Wa liail better pxppnd all w have in preserving it, and leave it to our children than tu leave (hem anjthing el so. W'o nre under ohligations as citizens lo bear arms in ilefcnso of tlio (.lovcriitnent, mid to do sn vuhmtcrilij. Should we wait to be forcet, into the iield, wo would not be doing our duly; and the moral e fleet of popular support would bo lost to tho Government. This call Is addressed to us all, do not look around you for a poor man who may be obliged to go. Let bim Who is in a situation lo eulint step lurth and say to others, come I It is a great matter with its to know that we aro in the right. " Thrice armed is ho who hath bis quarrel just." Withou) discussing the past, I suy toywthd this reMion ivas jpmluced lij amliilious men in the South with out measiin on exccbe. Wo do not deny tho right of revolution, but those who undertake, such movements can be justi fied only by such reasons as our fathers had, such as arc recorded by JetferHon in the Declaration of Independence. I'cr TBEIIE 18 NO BUAD0W OF JiXCCSK l'Oll THIS ATROCI0C8 ATTEMPT OF UIK IIKI1HI.K TO OVKKTBBOW OUR UOVEKKMKNT. r.emembor the toils of our falhers, Vfho Settled this ' country, aud the heroic struggle of the devolution, tho wisdom of the trainers ot tho Government, the mild est and best in the world. All that has been trained for ns in the past the rebels seek, to wrest from us. They seek to sever an immense section of our country, and to accomplish this they, in their des peration, would sell that, section back to old England, from whom our fathers conquered it. It is for us to say wheth er this shall be done. The peoplo can prevsnt it, but if we would prevent it we must rise in our might; we must show some ot the spirit ot our torelathers, whiln wo say to tha Executive: Yon are cling an our agent, ami p e hold yon re sponsible for the preservation of the Union. We must also say we are here with men and means to enable you to perform your duty. It n idle to call for tho suppression ot the rebellion nuless we mU the needful exertion to suppress it. The Union men -f the South need our immediate aid, and it is duo to them They have sacriliccd a thousand times more than we have for the Government The very idea of Government requires protection to the citizen in return for hw allerjmni e. We nui -it snve tho Mississippi the liichwaf of the West. Think what tlnn alley is to be when tilled by your chil dren. Talk of treaties with men who have broLen the Constitution made by Washington. We must never yield this river or any part of its banks. I would see every man in the West in the field and sacrificed, before I would consent, to yield it. Let the great State of Ohio, then, niako such a response to tho pres ent rail as will accomplish her full share in suppressing this accursed rebellion. I'roiu tho National liili llienci r. The I,mi or War, We alluded on Saturday last to the laws and unuires of war as laid down ly Mr. Marcy, while .Secretary of War under 1'resident l olk, for tho instruction ol pdnerals couiiiianaing our armies in Mexico. Mr. l'olk, in his regular annual message to Congress in December, lit 17, alluded to tho circumstances which had dictated the propriety of those orders, lie slated that at the commencement of the war with Mexico it was deemed iiroiier to conduct it in a spirit of forbearance antl liberality. With this view early meas ures wore adopted to conciliate, as far as a state of war would permit, tbo nias of the Mexican population ; to convince them that tho war was waged not against peaceful inhabitants, but against their Government; to remove from their tuinds the false impressions which their rulers had artfully atteuipted to make that the war on our part was 0110 of conquest; that it was a war againat their religion and their churches, which were to bo desecrated and overthrown; and that their rights of person and private pro perty would he violated. To remove these false impressions, lie atided, our commanders in tho field were directed scrupulously to resriect their religion, their churches, and their church property, which were in no manner to be violated. They were directed also to respect tho rights of persons and properly of all who should not take up arms against us. l'til im, in the progress of the war, it had be come apparent that tho Mexican peojifo did not appreciate our forbearance and libe rality, it was deemed proper by our Gov ernment to change tlie maimer of con ducting the war, so as to make thrill feel its pressure, "according to the usages observed under similar circumstances by all other civilized nations." " "Accordingly, on theid of September, lilt!, instructions Were Riven by the Secretary ef war to Mujor-tieiieral Tay lork to " draw suppln a" for our army " Iroiq the enemy, tedium! ayinJ far thrift, and to require contributions fur iia sup port, if in that way Lu was sat,lied he could Ret abuudaut supplies fur Lis forces." Theae instructions wcra as fol lows: ".Tbo instruelioris Lvrctoforc k'v'" have leqnired you to treat with preat kindnens the people, to respect private property, and lo abstain from appropriat ing it to the public use without purrhate at a fair price. In mme tesperta thif ia joint; far lieyond tha common require ments of civilized warfare. An invading army hat tie unqiiesiimialh'ti rigl tn draw its i'tfplits from tii enemy, vrithmtt paying thfjn,and tn require cmitrihttien its t'P- pert. "' I pen the liberal principle of civil ized warfare, either of three i7Hles may be pursued in relation to obtiualng- sup plies from the enemy: First, to purchase them on such term s the inhabitants of the country may thooso to exact se cond, to pay s fair price without regard to tho enhanced value resulting from tho presence of a foreign army; and, third, to require them as contributions, without pnifiwj, or engaging to fwy therefor. Tim ltat miuln ia tl.a epiliioii- nnm and you- are instructed to adopt it, if in that way you arc satisfied you can get abundant supplies for your forces. i lie i'reauient hopes you will be able to derive from llieenemv'aeounlrr. without expense to tin- 1'nitcl States, the supplies you may need. On the .id of April, Isti, Mr. Marcy recalled these iust ructions to the notice of General ticott, and added that, "as the Mexicans porsist. in protracting the war, It fa expected that, in the turtuor prose cution of it, you will exercise till the acknowledged rights of belligerent, for the purpose of shifting the burthen of it from ourselves upon them." A Bold and Manly Demonstration Wilkes' fyiritof th" Times, whoss edi tor is a staunch and well-known demo crat, publishes in this iveek'i number the following stinging editorial remarks : "Tho sickening; disaster of tho 'chance of base,' and tho dying wail of the thous ands of our youth, abandoned by ticsar in the swamps, which found a mournful echo in almost every family, sent these J uansecs contonuUoii ana cowering to their dens. Hut they reappeared again, and, al every step of I'oderal progress, liavo been ready to perplex the settlement, liven the last week lcheld the disgraceful spectacle, in Philadelphia, of a public meeting, called to depreciate the subju gation ot a sctot wretches who are hang ing loyal citizens for an expression of opinion, and projecting wbolesalu mur ders on the hollow pretence of retalia tion. "They who get up theso meetinirs are tho true allies of the iustirgents. They Lave no words but thoso of tenderness for treason, and while they lavish sin and condemnation on the government, they near-coat their poison by Bpenous devotion to tho Constitution. These creatures however are not the true leaders of the Democratic party, and we indig nantly deny that they represent any wholesome part of it. Most of them are the mere third and fourth rate curs of oifice, fellows who never inhaled an hon cp,t orunsordid breath, but who, with a mock pretence of principle, and sad nhakingof tho head, assume to be jealous of evory invasion of the laws. They are shocked, forsooth, at tho suspension of tho kaltas cayus; thoy rave at tho idea of tho (trait; tlicy denouuee every new inoas nro of tho gorertinieiit as a dangerous precedent, but llieyare never struck by ihe idea, rVW the war rf the rtlfh is a dan gerous precedent, or sei;in to comprehend that a man, surprised by an ansasmn, had better thrust a knife into thorituls of the miscreant, than to desire him tnloro his bold and go nnietly to court. Theso sensitive patriots are very fmul of paying attention to tlie abolitionists. Tltry would Lave us believe, perhaps, that it watt tho abolitionists who passed tho l.ecompton Constitution ; who basely betrayed the Democratic party by noun nalinir,- I!reikinrid"e ; who made tho South sere iln when it Lad practical pos session of the government ; who seized the arsenais in a time of peace, stole the public treasure, lired upon Sumter, and sent forth red-handed pirates to sink peaceful merchantmen beneath tho waves These lurid images might well inllume! an honest patriotism ; but what shall we say when we learn that such shuddering crimes are the guilt of the friends they patronize, instead of being the act of those they would condemn 't How ahull wo resent the base attempt to fix the howl of party upon a set of weak and imtluential zealots, for the purjioso of gir inu; shelter and license to tho unspeaka bly damned villains who have drugged their couutry from its poise of peace and stabbed it to the Leart ? "It Is against the wicked and mis chievous arts of such insidious knaves aa these that we, as a Democrat, would warn the loyal, honest masses of our common parly. It is from their smirk ing masks wu would direct the public at tention of our fellow Democrats, to the noble aspects of such leaders of ib Democratic mind as Andrew Jackson, Thomas II. lieiiton, Stephen A. Douglas, David C Itroderick, Daniel H. Dickinson, and John A. Dix; and to such steadfast, incorruptible and untouching patriots as Archbishop Hughes, Michael Corcoran and Ccorgo Francis Train. ' The I'nion must and shall be preserved,' said Jack sun, And 'I would prosecutu tho war until the rebellion is utterly subdued,' said Douglas. The distinguished prelate who is Die otlleial Lead of (he Catholic Church of the I'nited States, Las ranked loyalty among tho obligations of religion, and called upon the whole North to take up arms. George 1'iaucis Train, with words of burning t'luiuerice, bearded the inso lence of lingland in its capital, while lo Miahael Corcoran simple patriot and natural gentlemun! falls the full credit tif Laving uttered tho very braved and best exprtissiouof the war. 'Democrat as I am,' aui.l this grand, shtcimen of a frank and heroic people, ' 1 icmocrat as I am, I will Piaxp the hand of an Abolitionist or a Know Nothinc, who v, ill stand shoulder lo shoulder with me in this war !' " The sublime uotiiage of thesa words, uttered in the face of Settled prejudices of both chtirt.li and party prejudices that would Lare coived Lalf tha politi cian! In the ciitintry, indicate a broad and lofty nature. Tina Sentiment was i,f a piece with Lis refusal to do honor to a Princo whii represented, th oppressors' of his race. It was r,f a piece with the no ble resignation which, when drawn for death, induced the words, 'Jet the llov eminent taU no fhonht of me, but do iH will. 1 am content lo din in its ser vice, even a felon's ihalh!" Of ft piece ilh the grand disdain which refused to make fair weather with his Soulhern jailors, by recognizing contingencies th.it would hare brotiuht bim to their i aetxr The ovation giveii to that man on I'riday last was well deserved. We hope be i-i reserved for further honors. Ilia biogra phers need expend no more labor in trac ing his lineage to the Karl of I.ucan. His pedigree may safely dale from the above expression, for it consecrates him with the highest stamp of "Man. " ; , , ' An Incident In Ihe Mi , - i A TEXKSbSr.K 6fll.MF.lt kHT IV ( ! Tho New Orleans Delta Lai ing narrative of the shooting oi a tt,i nesscc soldier in the rebel army in Mis sissippi ( "A lady of the tirst aluiiding in New Orleans Laving obtained a passport to ' Visit the camp of the rebel army, where her two sons were serving, was enter tained at headquarters, and found that General Van Dorn and Lis staff officers' fared sumptuously, living on tho very lat ot the land.' But the common sol diers Lad only bread and molasses for their faro. "It so happened that while this lady .... ill. rJ .1 r . e ss nun uiu l uiiiruoraieH, ino tune lor Which a certain Teunessee regiment Lad enlisted expired, aud the soldiers, anx ious to see their wives and little ones once more, began to make preparations lo Start homo. "Tho General, in making Lis daily rounds, and seeing the men of this regi dent busily engagod in making prepara tions tor tlicir in tended departure, in quired what it meant; and on being made acquainted with their determina tion, Le immediately gave orders that not singlo man of them should leave Lis encampment The whole brigade or di vision of tho army was at once ordered saiivava mini inuiiuu stitM iuinoii y irri o brought lo bear on this deyoteil regi ment, and they were told by tha General that unless they took up their anus, which they Lad thrown down, within three minutes, they should be lired on. With death thus staring them in the face, they obeyed tho order to take np their arms, all but eight. It waa decreed that these sunlit men should ,e court-mar tialed and shot. " Before the lima came that the milita ry court was to be held, seven out of the eight followed tha example of their com rades, and agreed lo resume their arms. One soldier alone remained firm to bis nose ; one soldier alone was willing rave death rather than yield to the despotio demands of a tyrant. ' "He pleaded Lis oven cause with all the feivor of which a soldier is capable Said Le to Ls General: 'I Lave serted out the time for which 1 enlisted faith fully; I Lave been in every battle; 1 have been at all times at the post of duty as signed lite, in riin and Hrmshine, in simi picranil winter. 1 Lave served anil I am Ttillinit to serverny country, lint, Gen eral, 1 Lavo a wife and four small chil dren at home, who depend on me alone for support and protection, ami who love noono beside me to look to their inter eats. Allow rua thirty days, the law al lows a furlough of siaty days, but allosr. me but half that time to visit my fami ly, whom 1 have not seen for a year, ,mt Uiake some necessary arrangements for their welfare, and 1 promise to return within that time and to take my former position iu my regiment. 1 make but a just and reasonable reipiest. Il Is eaaiMt tial to the welfare of my family that you grant it. I cannot enter the service again till 1 have visitett my farany.' lie was sentenced to be shot. The decree was pronounced on Saturday, and was to Lave been executed on the noxt day the Sab bath a suitable day for such a deed. The soldier and hero, for he was a hero, and by far the brs.veat man iu Lis regi ment, asketl for a little longer time to make the preparation necessary, in ordi lo enter into tho presence of bis God; and the time was graciously extended one day, so that the aentence was executed on Monday, instead of the Sabbath. "When th fatal Lour arrived, follow ing bis coiliu which was iu full view, Le was marched to the place of execution, and arrived there, the General pointed hir-i to the new-mado grave and com manded bun to ku el down oimii the mar gin of that grave. The soldier and mar tyr simply replied that Lo Lad never kneeled to any but Lis Maktr, and thai ho could not consent to kneel now to a man. As ho said this tho order was giv eii to fire, aud in the act of making th sigti of tlie cross ou Lis breast the mar tyr and soldier was iu eternity. I'ut there were many, unaccustomed to weep, who shed bitter tears on witnessing this tragedy." I.eaeral Hutlei'a l.a(. General Butler is a complete letter writer. In Lis epistles to refractory rebels, to lukewarm Unionists, and to the patriots who are giving their livrs to their country, he is alike felicitous. A choice collection of bis "works" would furnish A library shelf with some of the best literature or the war. la hia Uat letter, aiMresned to the Fteni li Consul at New Orleans, who Lad remoiiatraUd against the si i tire of all the private fire arms iu New i leans, the General gravely niecta tin objection that the Luubiiaii slaves are likely to break Hior bonds, by the sstateoiulit that SUi b, ciwotui t '"il,l not b surprising, iu view of th latt thai "their matters Lad Set tin m the u-ph of mbf JHon against constituted authori ties." .Nolhiiiu inorersn said on that point.