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im INK'S Iflif I m it itttii PUBLISHED BY AN ASSOCIATION OF ritlNTERS. OFFICE ON HUNTERS' Al.fcF.Y, BETWEEN UNION AND DF.ADEHICK STREETS. , x VOL I. NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE, SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 27, 1802. .NO' 11! ..... . sviaa- jJj y p ;r:2it ? .. $alnteon Couutn gimtorn. CITY OOVERNMCNT. , ,hitn ni'cn r-wmt, .. ' WILLIAM PIIANE, HrA. , ,, JOHS CiU'MBI.ET, JurnW. Vjmj, fr.r.JU;-tf . H. Wit' lt.i-.iii, A. C. Tur'.-r, al Jamca A. Steele. . 1-rl. oiae JtW- John t bumblef (-', 0' i j.. I. kn eeeood : and John fcMdlrk. thud. jb lnr William Driver, ft-re CullKlorK. B. Hhaukland. Hater- T.rf ColMur F. U. (larrell 2V.trcr R. Henry. H7.-ir Afartw TliooiM Leake. . . .. ..i i. - ... i n rv.,i.i fluptrMmam y i H-eraa..-. i l,Hrfrton,irt o A IIV. IM, W) al I ' ... ... I.. I.- kf UiU.rv f,rt of OmW-r, T. H. MrHrUln. hlifl Ot-t ri I.. Stewart. iilij AH...' .l-'hu H.'Pliall Smllll. CITY COUNCIL. ,.nr,l of AltlfrmmM. M. Brl.-n. Pr.-eid.nl ; .1 F.. Kfn.n,0. A.J. Mnfflel.1, H: .r-.-r.1rtl.Wiii f l heat U ftuillh, al. I). I.. CUiliof oi',oil Robb. M,ai,o r..Hnri W. I. .I..nf, PrBi.1i.l j William Kol.rrta, T. J. Ynrbrotia.li, lit'lvcr, Wm. FW-ejarl, Winn Hutiyu, W. MuMina, Jamie Turner. C,. M. South, vnte, A. .1. Cole, Ja. Kav'H. Andrew AnJimon, .1. II. Kn.iwlre, and John ..'ready. nr thh city curium Davidson Coiinty DiRt'.n'iinY Ctmlinvfd. 1 MILITARY QUARTERS AND OFFICERS. r Tttinartm o IHk1' ,C!l')'i rutiimftndiriK' JX.lrW Hidfiiflwi Snmni'i' lr.i' (Tr. rard'i rmWi'lioxi.) W. II. SiiUII, W). Ulh In fliiilr, A. A. A. (I. iViwut Manhal Hnnliinrlrri V tin' ( iiiliil. A. ('. Uiilrm, l'il. lat Ti-nn. lufniiliy. (7,i. Anittiiul vnrfrmirtr lloailqiitrtcrt ou I'h. rry tl rrri ; No. tu, (luilje lalinn i ruulouce.) Cl'l. J. I. Hiuhkui. J..i.,m' yiir(rriii'r H Cllorry llrn't. la'l, R. Mrvojitnn. i4.Wnn (Jti,trtrrinnMT Vino aUett !nr Mii. t'ull.'t nvnli'iK. Cajit. R. N. Lnmli. Avi'lmil V'l.i (.-iviiWn' . ST, HI rt-M Final. (apl. J. II lluli. (7ii C: miiiM.irv HiMilqiir1r, Nn. 1ft, Vine ft. li. K Jl n-fii-ly, 'oiiM..,rj tf N,i?,i'Wef HiiHkl alrtM'l. (;il. f. I.lllli. ,i7i'ii; (Wiifnn.i,y iitwi ('iirtti'r f Bi'oiii ami t'uhi-ui' aii-rcin I.irut Oi&rlfa AIUn. Mul, ml Ih.ntor -'uiiiiiior alui'l. (Ir. r'unl'i M ri i,letti-iv) hiiriiiu( K. il't. M.. drill I'urn ijor't OJtiv 'liuri li ili i'ft, M.u iiliic HiiiMiug. ,1. R I'mrir., hurnt'nu. Sili Ki'ulurkj In rnntry, Acliiif Mi'tiinil I'urvcyor. SAINT CECILIA'S FEMALE ACADEMY, MOUNT VICIINON. NASHVILLE, TENN. Wilt ! ojvned fur (Jte rerrplion of Pujiih A op v i: it ,ii s I'iiiv rm, j,rr ftiitmiit fs (Hi Wivk M Ti Wikkit l uioi, iiiiiiiii 'i 00 Wiuit Cjwii, aoatun i?. i0 SATURDAY MORNING, SK1T. 27, ISO uxKiHii umiinm tVmiiw- KBwli,fi''vil '" - Wairf U rn W Audi-ram, Km ilh u-l Clmln-rm-. w,.,,Yiirlri-iili,Tiirm.r,Poulbiiili',ruvl,Brl.u, Maytlfld, Ctlralliiim nd (;Ulbiirllo. H Imr Newman, .-lewit nd Tm in'r (,i.,iiil Jimi-t, Myneld ndSicii. ino.-tlieiilhiim, Mk.y I nim K uowiv l , iin.Mirnf-rriuiiy, UjK-r niiJ N'. Inivr, Oliiitilium and Imvie. Otnil'rn Slinlb, Wfwall nd Ni Hliimi Mm k't .. Kil--rm, HlPiriM-i ii-l Tuiiicr I,.,HuiikIi, L-milKirin- an t l ia. l;,l-r ( lll-uthnill, llli-'ll Hid All-li'lauB fyWiilP lldliKb, r.n il.-'"li. mid Brii-ll. M 7J,.ii Cliuiilliuiii, M :v il.-l.l nii.l Kii-'wl.-. Iiiipr.iivmri.. nii.l r..(,.n.iiiri. -Coli', Sci.vi-I and i ready. I'nMtf. V.iirli-'llrb-n, i:tilkani hiiiI Tni ni r. ',.( II, Mnyl'i-'ld, Juiii-m and Rnln-rl. A)rTlie Hoard "I Aldi-rmi n nv-ein ll- Tu.-Meyii rem prrci-dliig tlui rncond nd (hurlh Tliarwlnyt In li lunnth, nd thu Couinwin Cmiiu il tli w.nd nii.l I.. uilli Tliimdaje lu i-:u b nu lull. NIGHT POLICE C.IJ.I.liH JllbB BHIIgll. hrl l.irulrHanl Win. Yailn-mili. V,-(in( J.iwKrmiiil 'diu II. Iie. j-,,,inn-Wiii. .laikmin, J..I111 Ciiveo-liir, Su b l-a it,Jid llill'lpr, Wm. lUkKr, John O.llri ll. William ,,,i, Julio Kii(!l, J- W. WrigM, Julia 1-uik.ett, Holayrt (ioull, W. C. Pram-la, Tbommi Vraiu", Andn w JoyiT, DaTld Yatiw, and Cliarlea llu ill. r Tbo Pi.llcn l ii irt lM'iu-il ' iiim nniK l Dim- uYlook COUNTY OFFICERS. Hhnrif Jamxa U. Hiulno. J -.ni. -Thmnaa Hi-I" mm and J. K. Ilm lianan. llryialrr Pblliviu Garirtt. Trutltn W. JaHr Taylur. (Vimr-M II. Belcher. Hunger Julia Corliitl Itnmmt Vullmlor J. li. BrHi-y. K.n'IriMit Tut lUlftlor W. 1). R-ibfrtwiU. CmutiMfi fvr Aa Hiulmilh Vulru-t- lun U l..mi-r aud .1. K. Newman. COUNTY COURT. ju.ltf lion, .leuiee WhilU'iilb. VlrrkV. l.iuilali-y Nu Iml. rTliii .ludKi-'a Omrl in.-. H tlio Dirt Mni lny m ...u-ii i.inii lb Ilia Uiiarti-rly ('uurl.tiiiiiii'-n il Hie MaRieiralca i.r Ihf li niily, w hi-ld lln- linl M.-n day ill January, April, July aud ()cl.ili- r. CIRCUIT COURT. Jiulp lluu. Nalliauli-I Haxli-r. I'liTl i'id t.'. l ove. iMTTbn IVurl nil-i ll tin- llit M.-u 'v In Maicli and !Vitf inV'i-r. CRIMINAL COURT. Ja.fy.Ilon. William K Turui-r. (VrtJIr 'barli-a K. I'iKK""4- aVa-Tbe Cuiirt ruoila Hie lira! Mnu.lay In AU II An and IVivmlwr. CHANCERY COURT. ITmacefliir Hnu. Kaiuiu'l IV r'i ii-i mhi Clrrk ami .Wilder I. F. Cli-uil-a 4 The C-oui I in -via lln tlial Unmla.i in M iy and Nuwmlit-r. ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF MAILS. N'urtlierii Mail. via h.ei.villo, arrln-a Daily, ' ." 1,-avi.a " 7.45 A.M. Ci-luinliii, via T. i A. H.H. arrivi-a " 6.10 P.M. " " kavi-a " 6.1 0 A.M. Hlill.vi illi-,vi N. tl. R.P., arrive " 3.30 P.M. i' leattia " III 00 A M. Ij-tiauiiii, .... urrivea X-.O M. ... b-avea " t.00 P.M. Miin hia Mail, Ira vea lieily.v a l.nniuMtlf end Cairn. p.iST-OI'r'K'FS (H'KN KKYnNIi l.K.BANuN AUK I.lUily, Cinl.ifwv ill,-, Wali-i'lnvt n, lOSTdKr'Il'KS (l M nrfi'ei-shoro, Ji-itliin-a Valley (liriatiaua. Ali-kaliilrla; IllilllVilli-, .lenniug'a r'urk. 1 INF nK N. O. K.R Kiifti-rville, i-r fhell-yville, raluietln. WSiTKRR OK TIIK ORPK.n PT. IK.IMINIC, woll known thiii and aitjniiiliitf tutoa oa cxperUm red and competent ilirvclura of Feuiate Kdiicalinu. reHpei'tfiilly lnfurui Uio cili- Seiia of Nahvllli', and tin- puldii- ill general, that a pacliiu" Iniililint;, riceutly crei led, vnaldiw Un-m lu rireici- a 1-ire iiiiutlier of puiiil.j. 'I'he Arailemy la ahonl a luile rVi.ni tin- city, and I.h altnmad In one of lln- im-nl lieiuiirul and liealiliy luraiiona In ira viiiuil,. The Utilii-x of thu 1 11 'til ut K-u . ieillK e-i,-. lally dii. voted to Iho K'tucatinn of die yomi i.f their own ties, will li'iive nothing tin.lone In inif-iti t to the pupi!.' con. ti l. .1 to Iheir rare a lli.'ii u. h K.ln. iii,.u In U,d l,i.;li. -at at-nae of ttiu word. The religion profeart-d by the luduH of the In tlln ion id the Catholic, aud they wilt iiuiMrt Kit-cial rc i'loit. iimtruetiull to puills irufeHiu- that taitll. Piiiila ofuiety reliioua di-uiiiiiiiiatiuu will In- ad. in. it..1, and no uti'lue iiitlueuce will ho used I" Ina the rnllgli'iia priacl a of the yiinnK lailn-K ; it. r w ill uny of f!i.'iit he pei milled to cuihiac,- the ( . l li. i ,i- f.iith wilhout the verhal or wi ilten coiHent nfpari-ula or ftuarlliiiii. Uniformity and (food order, however, require Ihe attendanee of all at morning and evening; prayeru, and at tho religion- i-xi-rcinee on Sun.liy. Thei rniir'o of etndy i divide I into four d -(Nrt mi-nti-', each deiairtmenl having if own di-tinct coiime of etudu-a uasined it. The Academic Year will coii.-i-it of two HeSHioii-' the first ci'iumi'nciii( on Ilm firi-t Momtay of S-ptcm. her, the accond on the firnl Motnlay of Kehruary. The Ai-ademie Year will cloae wialii ptil.hc di -trilni-t'ii of preini'iuH au-1 htiiiori. alaart thi-.-iith i-l' June of each v ear. B. B. CONNOR & BRO. tO.IMISNHIIM rHI'.IM'IIAIVr.N, Nil. 5 iKH I FtlE WTItRI-rr. Sfw Mlork Jttat rr-lvd Mi4 for nle low lo rloati out ('iiMlginuMila, 0QQ Blila. Salt, fur Hale by binna SALT, lor aale by 50 CONNOR BRO. CONNOR Ji BRO. Colls ROI-K, for mill- by ap 8 CONNOR A BKO. 40 blna. Coal DII., lor eale hy ap It CONNOK UltO. 10 150 hall hbla. ap 8 nale hy CtlNNtlR A bKO. dii7.en BKOOM.-.for aale by ap It c boxealAP, toraale by OVJ apt CONNllR A BRO. CONNOR A BRO C tiusea MTARUII, foi aale by Ov) ap8 CONNOK A BKO. It) otieeta TKA, lur aale by 1 a ap S I i) half rlu-aia TKA, lor aale by I'd ap li) liadiea TKA, lor eale by I ap II I I ll'IS I'l II M SMO. l-VVAHI.r IN AliV.VNcr. a ml . a. f or B"ar.l and Tuition, :.. C-irililie In the lt.-1-..f I llli-lll of tl I. --.. ip.U. ' Tni: Dr.PAnTMKST on North Carolina. The Newl)t-rn (K. C.) rorrespomlt-nt of Ihe New York Timei, wrilinj; on llu Mh init., ny9 : Fiirllior parliciilar of (lit- all'air at Washington last Saturday, n-oi-iied aimc I wrote yoti.sliow a much lo-av i-r rebl Iosm than was at lirsl rcjiorlctl. Ni-arlv two hundred of the rnctny's dead had liccii brought in when the last aleamer Icl't the town, showing that the shell from tin United States gunboat Louisiana did tcrrilic and almost unparalh-d execitlion. To Aetinp; Lieutenant It. T. Ut-nshaw, commanding: the Louisiana, and to bin odir.i-rs and men, the highest applause i due fur their enrrjry and -prompt ittidc. The coolness and precision with which !they managed their part in the action saved thin important point from the oc cupancy of the rebels, who would, hail it not been for their aid, have succeeded in rapturing; our entire garrison and in buring tin town. The fearful pun ishment of the invaders will render them less audacious in future, and conviuco them of tho futility of at tempt inn to re gain any portion of their lost ground in this Department. A considerable time will probably elapse ere they rndrrlake a similar enterprise. Recruiting among the North (larolini ans is progressing in a most satisfactory manner, and Maior-tieneral Foster 'ex pects soon to have in the held, and in lighting order, a large lorce of loyal na tive volunteers. The Louisville ,KwWvf the lilth inst. gives n full account of the splendid re sisiance made by the jr.icinl at .Munfnt ils ville on Sunday week; they were over whelmed on the follow ing Tuesday by Ihe rebel armv Indiana anil the nation may well be proud nf such siililicts : The. Eii";:ig'enu!ut at Muufonlville, j Kentucky. i ; A Brilliant Feileral Victory ! The Re.W-1 Loss Scvm Hundred! KXTRA ClIAllCFS. I.alin and Modern Latitlavtes, ea h... Mu'ic on pciui I'-e of In trunieiit Mimic on ilnit-r, lu-irimient Inrnhed fv pujiil Mil-icon Hull .' Vocal Mimic Kketehitif; unit I'aitilin 'ti YV it. r C.d 'irt t. 1-ainlinc, in Oil, ami in ileri l- Kmbroiili-ry Be.l iiliaWlc.hliliK M anhinif laiiciiiK, at ProfeNHOr'ii chariree. MaConery and ue of llooki, ii, f '-, 01, cortlmx to the liepiiituient. Meilh-ine and .M- iln 'il atti ti-lanee will charge. Boniil, :i tiin'-, Ac. iliirtiiu' -n-.il i hi . J JI2.I") , -:i. mi ."..no '.-ii.eii 4.'..tm inni ii.'-.iii 1.' i ami t'i f.irtn ' ith- CONNOR 1 Bill) CON MIR a BRO CONNMR A BKO. bin. h Ynoal POVf likKS.t'ur aale by ap lO tj CjekaSOl'A, for a ilu by CONNOR A BRO. CONNOR i BRO. I ( ( ruB" UAIt u: si lor aale by 25 25 I 1 hbla. VINKIiAK, I r aale by 1'. Jklta SALMON, I' r aale by S "R lUCKHUL.toi ea'e t Z- ap ttmea Star CANI'I KK.Ior aale by ap a l (i Stilt ,t into bon a CoKH'.l-., lor aale by ap H COv.NoR III. apt CONNOK . BRO. CONNOI1 A BKO r kit! HKKK1NU, lor pale by O apll O kita SHAH, for nale by Amf a)l 8 CONNOR BKO. CONNOR A BRO. CONNOR BRO. I. 0. 0. F. .InUN V. Itll'l', Ol aiid S crelnry , aboul.l l-e a I.I i e Ki d al .i.'iiiWi-, '''Ma. Tm"M Wile, A'o. l M- eta every Tilin g) l:en li!,at their ll ill.ou the corner of Cni ti and t-'uiii-liter alreeU. The otll -eia f..r the prcteiit li riu.are; O. S. Loaueiir.N 0.; J. F, Milts, V.lV; .1. Weal, ey, Svri-Ury ; I. K Spain, Tivaann-r. JV.ifciie Loif, X- U-Mm la at the i-u p'ace ' c-rery Moud.iy Kvenmn. The oilli-era aro : R. A. Campbell, N il.; lluuiy Apple, V.O.,1 1. la't, Na-rclaty i B. V. Prowu, Treaaurer. Jia.I.u A'"- Mecll at X-lt H ill, on South ( berry atreet, every Friday vetliii(. The oIIiccm are O C (overt, N ti.; frunk llniiiiaii, V 0 ; .lame W all. Secretary ; W. U. Uellory, Trtaaurer. .W L.-liW, A'"- lO'-itmn) -M.-eta at the 1UU, cori-er of Cnloti and Si.mmer i-litets, every riiuraday KvtUlug. The orticera are : lliarlea hu ll, N 0.; I'. Krtedinai, V.O - llillei'.ich, Secretin y ; (IcO. rilerl,Tr.uiirer. Ktilji-tt CWNimpmi-ef, JVo l-ll,. laal the above Hall mi the tlrel aud thu d Weduce.la) or c. h luuuth. Tbeotll.eiaaie: J. K. Udla, C.I'.; T. II. Mclir.de, IIP; (i. IV ruber, S W ; I'elcr llama, Jr., J ' , h hu V. h, le, Sril.e , B ti '.Cutler, Tiea.iuer J,. Mcuavl ymmmpmtul. A. 4 M.et. al Ihe above lla'l on Ihe aecoii.t and loiirtn W.diu-aday uli.bta iifcich mouth. The ollli cni are . Jan. T le-li, C.f.; Henry Apple, H I' ; I.. Muker, S W.; B. Kued nan, J Cbailea K.rcber, S.'nbe; J N. Ward, Ticasiirer. hbla. TRol T, lor aaic by P bbla M U'kKUH apH hble CI I lb K, lor aale by apt 19 10 4 U ItoKiU iln ) 8 I10X1K l-i ii up H CONVOK A BKi. titr nilu v r,N(m a two. :.M 1CAI, HIM I.A I l(s. N" (Usltirtiitii will iil nuido lor iHintt r w ilirtnal, mil'VH rK'i:Hioiici1 ly i!!m-a nr tli-iniK.il. I'iipUh w ill bv t'tur .'t il iVtiu llu- d;ti tm wh i-li i!i (Mit"T. Lti firlt l" nuiHt W iovil wiili yx i li;iii' - ( rlnlhiuj; Miit.ilitt f..r i wii-mi, iv i:ii'ii.n;(i, :( j, kn fi'Jtinl f-'ik. ;ifrl M uorft ;ii y ui ln !- fur lln- l-'il- l, Tun I. n i (-'(! it in Mr ti Hit l-ltu' ihotaj i,,r fiiiiit r. bliu' itu.tiftiii I't.r niiiniufr ; tlnNNt fr ury H:tv, i Hiti i i.f n I'mk culm ; Ihifo i-ior'tl umtiTkirl ; wu yim Imiihh!. Iliiif), Ui nt If of ihe S4iin. TIk' At nttrmy w ill not im ur Dm- rxp'iu i turiili- inu unhici i lotluutc or piH kt ni'Mit-v. I'll nil- will not Ite nllnwt'ii to sn,nii potkr! mon y Ht tlieir own UiKort'lioii. Such ihoiipvh nm-t lr !.' lo--iiiMt wth the Supciiorof tlio AcHii uiy. To trt'V'iii imifoHr con-in-niU'tH-i', an i'Ui r n- rtiv ti aiiu fvu uru mittjeci to jtiih:i1 r mo mi rior, tlmiuzLt in im cj.-t- imirli nTrPMpoii'li-iict1 r hthiit'il rc.'-'r'l p.trvnt- or jeutirili'Jii. ISipiU, inhoMo pan'iit or i:ii;iiili;iiw ri'- i-lt1 in Vi h- vill in' vuihity, will i-il tlnir Ihudi'.-. l-ut il-r-v L i ti Jin in- (lit- hflnii:tlii- v.tr. t'l pi0rI( los ol HlIll 14 U1 illtfl ! Upl ilH f f tll I X (n i-ji'.- o) thf rhoo1, vi-Horei ill tn ret'en t'l only on Kitur.l.iyii, ttom to 1, A.M. a ml from J ! I' M . I'm en ii jSu.ir.liiiiii m-liin iol;i llii-ir rliildn'h nr MdfilH in the iii-lilulioii, w ill t- ii imvi it oil uu iy eco;il Huuduy. Ktir f'irt lu-r piirtifiiLun npi'iiiatioii mv la niuili t tht Molht r Hnporior ol tin- .Irn.h'iuy, or io it,- Hi. It-'. .Iamkh Whri.an. All Ini-iliOH Iftlei-K o Ih :..l.li.--i--.l Inltif MolW Snp'rioi', i. i Vrili.t Ai .tttt iiis , M'-uiil i-rnoii, ticii NtWll V ill!', 'IV'UIJ. latl-" I m hug i-iks" I'ltiMiirn ART 0ALL.KUY. Cor. College tilitl I irion Mv. M.I FRY IS ol-K.N I'MI.V FROM J wheic I'l CONNOR A BKO I tll'.KINli, tor alio by CONNOR A BK'.l i-d SiMtle.t. for aale by IONNOR Al 1IRO. Vena N All S, for tale liy ap 10 so 50 li5 r l bl-.a Fl.lll'K, loi eale CONNOR A BilO. bbla Ciiirhel Suui , for ale by ap 8 CuNNOK A BKO. baia III- Al., tor .ale l-y ap II CONNOR A BKO. i-y for eale tiy apH OfJ'nAMs caaKa SIHKS, lor Bale by V ap a ' IK IN NOR A BKO 'ON NO A lii.O. CONNOR A BKO. 20O 201 8 10 I. Iila lluu POTATol-Jl ap H a fre.li lUid.-n SH U, lor a.tr K IS, lor tate by lor aale by CONN. ill it BRO. l-v lilNMlK A BKO "Stovkwai.i." Jackson. A corres pondent of the Philadelphia liqinrcr says: Lust Sunday Jackson attended Iho I li i ttli Ucfui itieil Church, iinil upon that occasion, it is remarked, looked very sanctimonious. In pet son Jackson is described to be about live feet seven inches high, rather full faced, considerably bronzed, wearing a slouch hat pulled low down over his forehead, and clad in a soil of gray cloth such as is worn by Ihe rebel soldiery. Those who have seen him stale that it would be a difticult matter to distinguish him from a soldier in the ranks. II is coun tenance is haggard and careworn, and he looks like a lftan who continually bears a heavy load upon his heart. His olllcers but peldoni wear any dis tinguishing badge, and lield-oliu er.s, lim- thcers and privates, it would t-ccni, so far as dress is concerned, ate placed upon a common footing, li MI.V tin. i FROM -I lie' III MHIIS I 1 A.M. lo CM I'liillieut men may be M-eii. Photographs, Ambrotypes, MKI.AINOTVIT.B, U'Tl T.H'I VK, VIONr.lTIV ami i'KTi:s lK I l-ll'K, nr. n.it... in I lit l.ilu l It of H-i fi rli.'ii. tl Hi1 put 'tic1 it iv r -pert fully ww l.t im( "nr tJ.ilU I V, Im'IP Mil I'U'titro" Id ol' tl" W.HTntilist to jti w -hi i 'Im I ion, or no clmt will t-e nut u. L iit lutni, uho aim willing 1o virvt their ronniry, t till np an oll iMt-' iiiioil ;nnl Wi ll 'tnllttl IUt tt-ry of Mountfil Artiiloi y, m tin It li-ia ftln ii'ly iton.i oii ,r i. 4 in Ho- ii. l.l. Kor nihmhi!-. .ipply t 'o. MiiivhH H-inl quart Th, or m 'itinp on i In HitnlmjM illn riU, in itt II.,. iViiih'iituii'y. i'VI T. A. K. Itl'HIt nnlti if rnniiitf.nli:v i U lint. Unlli rttNS'dK X HKt. tti'i Cuu'ii : ap S tnr-iH r.tnven.it H M.-, u ti lufKf l"l oi koi li '! Omi.tn, Vt h u'h wt ill float' out nw , uur old Ht.iud, No 6 t'o'tri an fi . ftp S ii tNisvtm h uko. Dlt. COl.KMANS iur. ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF TRAINS. .n.. i. v-.i..,lte R It. Train leave" at 1.4 j, A.M. 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Primary, MewHidaty, Ternary aud Hereditary Syph ilia, Oouorrhivsa, lileai aud all ilnwuea id the einia aud urmaiy uiiaua, meetwdU au rceiautm-d to lite remliliea. A leuiale Irrexularillcl and functiunal la.teraiinl oventa til lite Womb , and the diaeaej arieitig b ou Uealaliou ali-1 ill mauled pai Itirila-U. kveiycaaeol Rclueible Kupltirtv, and (it I'lti-a.autl Protat-aus ol the Koclum, at-d nnait caaea ot ff'iHIuta, van lie o ired by a nroceea nearly pa,ul.aa If eilliei Ol ll.e taller caeee la ulldei t.tkeu b llr. Cotelimli , a nure la iNianai'v Kurriiiilnl, a a eai.-ful etnuuuaile.l ia) a (laeaeula ttio u-eeaarv lli.t leal lolia vl raii.icrtiy bie ttniiroved litell n-l ot utralina. I'oreouaul eilte-ra- i api-tj ua iu la-rwui or b, leiiei (.I.e. r.b iiK ci-e) u Hie Iml lupuiiiia 1. 1 any anil. aat illo Uleae,ciu l-e cured, in llel Caw, liy Ibi aiioiuvr mein. d.iu lolly eilii boma Mricl unno ten-, iirouia allenli-'n, an I mo-letal t-baraoa. l'l e-'Verll li ln lib an. pelrona. 44T- No morc.ui y u.-d in the lr.itiueiil of ai-cra dur.il aa be bclicvee (la nn-al ci a) II pro.lue.ia. ,il. dieea Ihau ttl It la iveu to cure. dine b.iuntroia eibllu iln-ai.irutu lilt nine la ia.uv.-i.i-. I" " " 500 Horses Wanted! l'Olt A1AI.lt V M'ltl i i:. yiVK 1' lo-i 111 M'KI.II II' lour and eie ht ve il and a.vteell h lie'.' to..i, CAVALRY SLIIMI L, I a ill In- paid. Apply lo C.l-T li N. 1 AMU. h.'loy, I f. I'.-lk'n If l.llMlie. i 11 IllSIS, IIKTWFKN old, ail't lel Meeli 1 1 1 1 . :e eauli it liniu. diat- l y f w lie h reason it.U, pric ell ill- M re li. tl Justices' Court. II IV M V II C I I t 111 V v I I'll'l. f I III I -'III I i uthe.ile, U l- l e i, e I,. f..re I! M .III die I 1 -.1 - I.I C. l I'l I IOIT CeitlitV. T' liln I the pl .llilitl, llanicili C illnh til. in tin': Uetton liv lluf olil .itied ail A t la, luni'lll Ui;.oiinI t lie d, lelela 111 I'.'li. Klti.-tl. an l i-oied i" a I i-u.mble of n-1 ' IV , an-1 ri liinn .1 l-v h Ie ml on prop, ny l- l- n li', to tin-del- iid iiil ; eiiii on liioti.-n of phiiulid, nt-i-e..! nu I-- Ihe . illrl I- le-n ol fc.i .. .1 ii- t '.-.-, thai ll ,1. I. n t nit i- a it. ii r- - 'I- in .it tl" of 1. nu,.. -e. ll i.- .nil. i-.1 lii.n piit-lii iii -n I"' iit.i'i-- lor l-.ii r .-uf i. i. . e tt.-ik. ill n !'' u I1 i p 'r ll 1-1 . h- d in the t ll v i N..-IU Hi' called lb' - I Iii.-m," vsaru ll,-. the d.-leli-ant lo uppeur t.efore aa id .1 it 1 1. e t-n I In' 1 I ' h 'l iy i 1 1. loln-r, Im.-, and pit .ol. an--' r. or di-inur lo .a all t. hlnelil, ollirrv tin' , all e V. .11 tie eel i'- t h' .l i it M ts ,rlr on I lial 'l-ty M ,-pt , 1- 4 a. I" Sol Tllil li t. .1 I- Recruits Wanted! II IS li l-v Kill- AUK. W AN fl.ll 1 on 1 'll-'l I I S KM lil'll- l'-illi'ry "A," riot Ti'iioi'SSi-c Artillfry, who vt II reeeive Hi- r-uular RofNTY. It'i llon', ant O-uluiia-. In addition. TlllikIC luiLLAIlS, p,l a "ll a- lin y i ulol, t-y re- htii "ill . ; . ,- ri- il -1 ,ii he!- tl.a Cty ll It'. i Oi'R Akmt at Coimntii l!.i"ji.i; Kx K.cri'n. A letter received in Chicago uit Monday from an ollicer high in command at Corinth, dated Sept. l;jlh, states that our forces at that place, and at Kieiii ami Jacinto, expected to bo att.uked by 'ni l s rebels, and that up to that tunc West Tennessee had nof been aliandnni-tl by our troops, and nothing indicated such a movement. This contradicts the report telegraphed from Cairo that thai section of country was being ahanitoiicil. l'riee is supposed to have about :i(i,(M0 rebels under his command. The Feder als have strong outposts at Jacinto, sev enteen miles south of Corinth, and Al Kicni, about sixteen miles southeast of Corinth. Our troops in that virility number at least .'.(,( KJ0. Price's army was at llooneville, twenty miles smith of Corinth, having come up from Tupelo, re building; bridges and repairing the rail roads they ad vain ed. The al lack upon our outposts, only a few miles north of lloone ville, was daily excepted, and a terrible battle would be fought. The olllcer re marks, however, that possibly Price's movement is merely a feint to prevent us lion i sending I'ciiiitircciuf nts to I'ucll. A Lahy Srnu'i't'Ai.isT l'.n siiini.lv Im i'i'.i:.si:n. The Host on Journal tays: "One of the most beautiful and accom plished lady spiritualists delivered an elofiii-nt address nut long since whether in the normal or spiritual condition we are not informed, but we suppose (he Lit ter which, of course, cfiurmad the au dience. At its close, a lady mounted the platform near her, and spoke somewhat to the following clli-ct : "Ladies ami gentlemen, this lady, who has spoken so beautifully, lias alienated from me the affections of my husband ; who now resides with her. lie has left ine and my children, for no other reason Hint I can discover but because In- loves this woman better. 1 never injured her, but she has injured me and mine." The lady was soon lost in the audi ence, but the spiritualist bltiahcd scarlet. Though very ready and much accustom ed to public sneaking, she reiilicil lint a word. Her confusion i as overti In lining. UUR M'OI'.Y oi' A UNO. A lew ilays since a young lady of this city, whose personal attractions constitute her a UHr, in a playful mood abstracted a valuable diamond ring from the linger of one of her admirers, and placed it in her moiill The swain used a little gentle lon e to recover the lewcl, when in the strutv.-lc she swallowed it. 1 1 was a costly mor sel, but ike gentleman bore it with'a oood grace, comparing the lady to the "wealthy ot Jioiiie, who in their extravagance were in the habit of thus disposing of "pearls of gnat price." Yesterday, however, he received the ring, bright and soarklinn as ever, the process to which it had been subjected not having di traited an iota front its value. In return he sent the lady a memento of cijiial value, with the assurance that the original ring was now from oi .'-(. '. i valued bv l.im as beyond oil price P-y persons arrivim; last evening from Mtii't,orilvil!c. whli'Ji place they li ft Miiu dav night, we have obtained a full report of the battle of Sunday, fought between Colonel Wilder' Indiana brigade and Ihe rebel troops of the renegade Itnekner. The following is a circumstantial account of the atlair : The iiitivtirhnieiits within w hich our troops fought are situated about one mile from Woodsotiv ille, opposite Munford ville, on the South side of the river, and are built so as to protect the (Jrecn rirer bridge. Immediately south ol the win ks, and three hundred yards from them, a strip of wood crosses the railroad. A portion of this has been felled, and I'm ins an abatis in front of the intrench ments. Pn-yond the woods is another open space, which w as Ihe scene of the battle between Col. Willich and Terry in December last. To the right and left of tin- inti-enchmeiils are extensive open lields of undulating surface, extending on the left to Wonilsonvillu and the turn pike roiid by t hicli the rebel approach was made. The garrison of the cntreni liiiients on the morning of tjie attack consisted of the brigade of Colonel Wilder, of the Seventeenth Indiana infantry, which w as composed of the Seventeenth, Sixty-seventh, and Mighty-third regiments of In diana Iroops, and company tl of the Lou isville Provost I'uards, .under command of Lieut. II. Watsmi. The rebel force attacking consisted of two brigades of I he lirsl division of (leu. P.ragg's army, un der Simon P. Pucker, but eoinnianiled in this attack by P.rigailiei- tiem nil Duncan, of Mississippi. The brigades were com posed of Mississippi, tieorgia, and Ala bama troops. Our pickets were first liivd on about three o'clock on Sunday morning, but tho engagement did not become general until about live. The pickets :tt the house of Mr. Lev is, on lite right of tho railroad and beyond the woods, were lirst. attack ed, but they did not fall back until five o'clock. It is noteworthy that the rebels made their lirst attack .il the same point at which they attached Colonel Willich. As eooti as n w as light enough to see their vav the rebels pushed forward, confident of success, an. I drove the pick et guard through tin- woods and into Iho iiilreiichiiients. Forming; in the edge of the woods, and protecting themselves among the falh-u trees in our fiuiil, Ihe rebels kept up a continuous firing,-. Inch was replied to no less vigorously by our lneii within Ihe works. Col. Wilder posted his thru' regiments in an admirable position, guarding every approach to the works. Throughout the whole engagement ('ok Wilder conducted himsrlf coolly and de lihcrately, and elici ted bis inaiin-to i es with marked skill. The lirst attack of the rebels, made under cover of a shower of shells thrown from three pieces of heavy artillery posted on the right of tho railroad, was desperate, and the repulse bloody. The rebels rushed through tin thick abatis w ith loud shouts, but re treated before the terrible lire of the In dianiaiis w ith ili-inoiiiac shouts o I pain and rage. The four nieces of our artil- os will approximate ."(i killed and wounded. Among them is a Colonel of a Mississippi regiment. The rebels en gaged in burying the dead staled to our men that they bad lost t'dH) men. The story of 1he wounded Major it probably nearest the truth, audit may be f-afely said that the loss w ill reach that number. Our loss was eight killed and twenty wounded. Among Ihe killed is Major Abbott, of the Sixty-seventh Indiana regiment. I'-y a person who left Mulifordville late last evening, Col. Dunham sent word that the rebel loss was over live hundred. We have taken one hundred and ten stand ol small arms and two pieces of artillery ti-pounders. Thus upon the held made glorious by the lndianians, under Willich, have In liuiiiaiiit Hon the second battle (if Mtin t'ordvillc, aiiif? in eKotl.linu, l.iali.v nn Iho national arms, added new honors to the Slate from which they hail. A despatch received At headipiarters front Mnnlonl ville fully corroborates the account aJiovc. The despatch Rl.Kes that the rebel loss i.s fully Tim i. Our killed amounted to eight, Including Major Abbott, of tho Sixly-sevi-nlh Indiana, and thirty-three wound ed. Colonel Ihtnliam had lo light his w ay from the point at which he was run oil' the track, and cut his way through a regiment of rebel cavalry, completely routing them and reinforcing Col. Wilder. The despatch slates that there is no cavalry between Muufonlville and Lebanon. The actual invasion of Kentucky and Maryland, and tho threatened invasion of Pennsvlavania, and Ohio, havo awak ened all Iho enetgies of the people, who w en-previously listless. As the Phila delphia Inquirer says, our cili.ens, as; mass, during' the progress of this war, have been devoting; themselves mainly to their Ordinary avocations. They hav sent lorili men anil have given means without hesitation or stint; but (hey have deeineed it the business of these soldiers to see t hat the war was carriei successfully on; they themselves have had no sense of personal responsibility. Hut a change, rapid and 'marked, has been coming over thenpii il of our people. 1 1 is now beginning to be fell that il is every man's bmonrss to t arry on this w ar; and in a remarkable manner are men giving to Ibis business their serious herd. In every section of the country comnanies hav been suddenly formed, and every man that is able to bcar'arnis is crowding into them. Men all unaccustomed to milita ry ail'airs are drilling by ifhiy, and pour ing over their books of tactics by night, that their progress may bo more rapid. ami tlieir elliciency the greater. The people, as a people, are at length really waking up to w ar. II (his movement should continue for a short time-i and we hope il w ill never cease every man of our millions will be well drilled in the school of the soldier, and of the batal ion. We presume that means will also be employed to teach the moii'i-nvres of the brigade and of the divismt, and that an approach will be made to the per fectiou of the Prussian military system Then we shall be able in a few days to ! throw a disciplined ariny upon any threatened point. We have every rea I sou to be thankful for the threats of in- vasion which the rebels have uttered. It was the very thing mcded. It is luak- i ing a vast army of reserves iriiadicst possible way In Sc 1 i-f the rebellion. and is the the llnotn Feninli; Society. Y ou know my opinion of b cty. Wilhout it, we should into brutes. Thin with tenfold force male unci-degenerate observation applies to young men, ami let y continued to pour shot and shell into tin ir ranks, and the heavier piece on Ihe ,'l of uur w oi ks siici'i'i-ileil in dismount ing two of tin- guns posted in the woods, lietre.'tting lo the woods, ine rebels again formed, and the light for some lime was carried on chielly by tho infantry. The rebels moved their artillery and Ihe e .1 I- .. ..." il I r. greater pat l ot tni' lili.iniry to tin- icii, and tormcii on the W ooilsonviiii- roao, preparatory to making an assault on iho, ell ol the vrorivs. u '-as on tins part of the woiks that the (-pounder, w hich did such terribiH execution, w as poshvtl. While the disposition of the rebel troops was lieing maile, a l--w ol Uiutu ilianians'made a vend resume sutif tow aid the wood s and, while under lire Inuu the woods, succeeded in bringing in several prisoners, among whom was a Major id a Mississippi regiment. This oflicer, in conversation with the I'nileil Slates olli errs, staled that on the part of the held on w hich he had fought, on the right of the lailroad, they had four hundred hill ed and wounded. t The second w as on the l ight and i hat -Ho t.-rii d by Ihe same, desperate energy a.s the first. The rebels crossed Ihe open fields under a heavy lite and only ball ed under lb'- brow of a bill, two Imn dicd yards from llw winks. They itioiil od the hill and pu -bed forward rapidly. They sprang over the narrow In in hes and mounted ilu-w.-rks. Put the gallant lndianians did lud ipiil their pains, and many r ihe rebels, hayoiicl ted, tell liaik into the iliiehes. il is stated that many were thus killed by the bayonet. Alter this a-sault the rebels kept up a desultory lire until Seven im lock, w hen they fell ba. k beyond the w..o,U and cei'sed til ing- The troops on our i ight. Si mi1! the others retreating, fell back ami left ihi'lwo inc. i s of :n 1 1 II. i y toiiniily dismounted on the field. Din ing the last attack a for. o of r.-h. I cavalry, with a piece nf light artillery, oppeared at Muufordville, aud, from the blulf heliiie tin- town, threw a teW sin lis into our w.-rks. Alter lln- third, shell the gun was dismounted anil the rebels retired. Dining ihe engagement the i avail y company w as ordered to remain under rover beneath the bridge, i.i.d look n" part in the conflict. The li In Is w ere fed ilua 1 1 d by raptured ..Hi. i rs and men to I """ xlm-i;' Tin f those who ate in the prime of manhood. For, after a certain time of life, the lit erary man may make shift (a poor one, I grant,) to do without the society of la dies. To a young man nothing is so im portant as a spirit of devotion (next lo the Creator) to Some amiable Woman, whose image may occupy his heart, and guard it from pollution, w hit h bi'Seta it ou all sides. A man ought to choose his wife, as Mrs, Primrose did her wedding gow it, for qualities thai "wear well." One tiling, at Ical, is true, thai if matri mony has its cares, celibacy has no plea sure. A New ton or a mere Heh.dur may find employment iu study ; a man of lit erary taste can receive in books a pow erful auxiliary ; but a man must have a bosom friend, and children t id him to cherish and Mippoil the dreariness of old age.- JiU .VeMrV Tyrnnny in Fiance. , It is sometimes i.l that (he t'nitcd Stales Ooverniuent proocecds more arbi- 1 1 at il - than even Louis Napoleon. ollecting that our country is at war, and France at peace, ml wo can determine the fairness of such a charge by the fol io", mg statement of a Paris coi respon dent of the New York Irihiii.- The other day a man went to one of the telegraph otllcea here to acini word lo some friend in tho province that the Orleans prince wero returning from America. No! quoth the telegraphic oflicial clerk, it is distinctly forbidden by" the regulations of the telegraphic olllce to record or transmi Iho name of the Orle.mii family in any form! Tho oll.ee J v lliu i.-.-i.iv or tuo. I, li the districlof P.ordeaux was notified that his resignation was accepted. The olllce is extremely profitable. A ward of Ins was in love with a perfectly acceptable, respectable young genlleiu.iii. Tin ward of his was rich. She hud iet-n picked out and predestined by Court gossip as i ne wile ol a not too rich Court lavnrilo. I he young lady refused, Iho worthy un do guardian refused. Consequence was that worthy uncle guardian is pitched out of his office, that young lady is both ered and tormented, that young" accepted man means, if he can safely dare, to let the public know a little, by pamphlet publication, of the history of (hp case, The other day the solemnly constituted ' Imperial authorities decided that a a rics of lucre literary and scientific popu lar lectures, that went on all last winter V sulli ranee, al No. T Hue !. la Pail, must not be continued, The other ilav " some thirty mid men wi re condemned by the Police Tribunal of Paris to fine and imprisonment for having been mem bers of a secret aociely. The evidence that these thirty had been members of a (secret political society was furnished ou hearsay by liovernnirnt policemen. No one who has followed the report of the trial can fail to see that the secret poli tical society bad been pelted and nursed for almost w years liy the paid spies and agents of tin- Imperial police. More than eighty men were imprisoned early last March on a charge of conspiracy.---After four months imprisonment, thirty odd of them were dismissed, not as being innocent, but as being twyvta w ho might prolit by four months of preventive im prisonment. A remaining liftyor in of prisoncri were reserved for trial. Testi mony against them, as I said, being hearsay, furnished by paid tlovernmelit police. The utmost that (lovernment prosecutors, having- the fabrication of testimony in their own hands, can arrive at is In condemn Rome thirty of these li I' ll' to line and imprisonmviit. I tit not one of the thirty bo condemned to brief im prisonment and small line, (hat is not, by virtue of that condemnation and oftho law of Public Safety liable from this moment henceforth forever to be aent in Algiers or to Cayenne, ut any moment, without any further form of trial, by pure and simple administrative order. U it clear, then, that (his Imperial French is a strong tlovernmenl ? Tin". Doll's Mi, -ion. The dull is one of the most imperious necessities, and ill the ame lime one of t ho most i 'harming i list i ii r I si il female childhood, To ran for, to clothe, to adorn, to ilrcss, o ttti- ilress, to ilrc over again, to teach, to Scold a little, to rock the cradle, to pul lo sleep, imagine that Romelhing is fome body all the future of woman is there, l'.ven w hi-ii musing and prattling, when making little wardrobes and Utile Lady - , lolhes, while sewing little dressi-s, little bodtlices, and little jackets, the child be comes a liltlo girl, tho little girl becomes a great girl, the great girl becomes a wo man. The lirst baby takes the place of the last doll. liV-W llmju. ,1c- du- Iai A i.i i"fi it from a member of Orn ( 'lellan's Stall", says that the rebels, rimi their slay in Mai viand thus have lost three men by desertion where they have gained one recruit. The live Maryland regiments were decimated by this cause, and olhers gteatly huMitciI. ll is known that lud mi-r seven hundred Mary landers have joined the rebel ranks, whiie many liuieS that number were ex po led. Tin'. Yt ir.s. They do not p.o from us, but we jit) from thciii, stepping lioiti thi ol t into the new, and uln a V s h av ing be hind us some li.igi' ig.' no longer yervicc- able on tin- in .11. li. Some I p our i I.i Id hood, some ooi yoiilli, and all have mine thing of ours w hich they w ill give up lor neither hiibe nr pray er --opinion cast away, the hopes thai went w ith us no further, the can s that have bad Niicees-.-it.rs, and I he outgrow n I.i In- ley ieweil by liieinolV, and called lot cwilcti. e Koine (hi. The military situation in kciiliukj, opposite Cincinnati, has iml undergone any material change dining thelast twen-ly-four bonis.' 'I he Cincinnati (iar.etle says that the rebels, according to Ilm - best infoi mation, remain in lorce back ol I liiieliei-. Tliey have, however, pene trated lo the Oiiio river, und planted a battery on the Kentucky side, near liis ing Sun. thirty-two mile" below Cincin nati. The ballely is said to be auppoil -ed by infantry tin. I cavalry, Of course, they will, while ieriuilteil to remain there, t it a slop to aleainbouliug. The presence of this force at Itistug Sun ac counts lor the delinquency of the Cinciii n il i mailboals lor a .hy or two past. !.., ISA. a Di si ioi i ion ol' an I q.ANii.--Tln-I'rieinl of India says: "The Island of Mukian, lormeriy so l. rtile, has been completely laid w ' " '" " lioti. Not one of remain upon it, and of grass to lie peen. w Inch wero to be f.i have been more or let (li'-.lrnyYit. '.loiniT nf them have been buried .) Ihe depth ot .'Hi or lu fel t under stud, slonca und ashes. How many of the inhabitant have fonnil their graves by this cahtuily bus Hot been lully iiseertallu-d, but it i reported that out of Pobawa alone (a Milage of about I'XKI souls) only about half m nle their e'eape. The bodies ol f t persons have l"'-u found under the ruins of the inoNque in tint principal til lage, it bile about i d pel s.qis wrm found tuiir.ieatcd in a cave." T once line pi.'," (I- luge lerelici ,L -I t I.SM K ll.l endeavored to t of an inference, said he, "w in ti oM'tcil the is that tin i. A wie father . h his -o-n thu lil ' Thus, lor em- we read that the w bole earth, thu in inhabilanU thereof wire all drowned. Now Naaman, the Syi ian, wk commanded to wash aeveit tunes in lln- Jordan what inference That he H IS the would we draw from that'" inn t have been plagued .l.ttv p-i-i'oi ion-, ,.i,. an-ivt el I ll.-lii-l Itclrral In Kt-uliM bf. (..ll. II -alii ' liviitit of Kit by f-iibilli'g mrpi of llchela r-sii tu il iu renal yiattTilajr morning, a"1' l sceonine oie balwccu Deinowvilla aMnl !'buoiil i. iiiuLinn; good time aoiitliwai.l, liiiiuit g Id Inulcami the (Aivifigl-'ii r-il I." ul g nil l.ailloa.l. It i cviilo'ii iliai He y hivo "...jii all litvpi ol (d.uiiiiii.t r-iipplu-t in C iicioim'.i, nr vt Outfj- ill,! ll." si 111,0 tll Norlll. ll It r-'pftatjlllg I lo IU, I'l l' 0-1 V, Wtt IlL'liuVe, I hat L UCI e ol l!ie r )" U iii recr.iiiing iu l.oiiiui ky Itm Ull. il lar .hurl ot He ir r jpectalonit - i '. i inmt'i i i -in iw' 1 1 il i-f S'j't- IS.