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For Freedom and Nationality.
. C, PlftKCI'.lt, Id I tor.
TO OUR HEADERS.
ThU tiiorniu! iif. Union i printed
1o ill iatrn;n iliituiiiHliol Hoinewliat in
eize. Tin fault is not our, nor is it in
our owvr control it at frfsc'it. Tlie
paper inakpr on whom we fiojipii'l, inform
tn that ik will be rwimrj-' for lam )
gel's-veral art ic! s isent ial U tho manu-
faclure of I'H" ri before lis can -vipplyi
ns again with the tn-tu'er size. lie Iiaa
cnouU of the size we print on this
morning, to last u u ntil the other can he
furnished. "We aiuureour patrons that
it is contrary to the wishes of the I'tib
IishTS of the UjjioH to fake any step
that will ('.. tract from its merits. As
poon as we can be supplied with the pa
per, we will resume our regular size.
Notwithstanding the reduction of the
paper from its former ie, there will be
no diminution in the amount of reading
matter from what has heretofore been
given.
September 11, 1802.
, A rilOlXAIMATIOX,
15 r the Irei1fn( of the I nllcd
Klaltii
Washington-, Sept. 22, 18G2.
I, Abraham Lincoln, President of the
United States of America, and Comman-der-in-chief
of the Army and Navy
thereof, do hereby proclaim and declare,
that hereafter, as heretofore, the war will
bo prosecuted for the object, of practical
ly restoring the constitutional relations
between the United States and the peo
ple thereof in which .States that relation
is or may be suspended Or disturbed; that
it is my purpose upon the next meeting
of Congress to agak recommend the
adoption of a practical measure tender
ing pecuniary aid to the free acceptance
or rejection of all the slave Slates, so
tailed, the people whereof may not then
oe in rebellion against the United States
and which Stales may then have volun
tarily adopted, or thereafter may volun
tarily adopt, an immediate or gradual
abolishment of slavery within their re
spective limits; and that the dibit to
colonize persons of African descent, with
their consent, upon the continent, or
elsewhere, with the previously obtained
consent of the Government exist
ing there, will be continued. 2 hat on
the first iLnj of January, in the year of our
Jjord, one tliousand eight hundred and siity
tliree, all persons held as slaves within any
State, or urithin any designated purl of a Stale,
the people whereof shall then Ite in reMlion
ayainst the United States, ihallbe then, thence-
forward and fnrirer free, and . the I'.'secutive
(hvenimrid of the United States, including
the military and vuml authority thereof, will
mveciynize and iwtintain the freedom if such
pe-i sons, and will do no act or acts tore
press Huch persons, or any of them, in
any efforts they may make for their ac
tual freedom; that the Executive will, on
the first day of January aforesaid, by
proclamation, designate the Stales, and
parts of States, if any, in which the peo
plo thereof respectively, shall then be in
rebellion against the United States; the
fact that any State, or the people thereof,
shall on that'diiy be in good faith repre
sented in the Congress of the United
States .y members chosen thereto at
elections w herein a majority of the quail
(Jed voters of such States shall have par
ticipatd, shall, in the absence of strong
corroborative testimony, be deemed con
elusive evidence that such State and the
people thereof have not been in rehellion
against the United States.
Attention is hereby called fo an act of
Cougress, entitled an act to make an ad
ditional Article of War, approved March
13, 1802, and which act is iu the words
and figures follow in:
lt P,e it enarted lij the Senate and Hou se of
Representative of the United Statu, in Con
grets anenthled, That hereafter the follow
ing shall be promulgated as an addition
al Article of War for the government of
tlu) Army of the United States, and6ha11
bo obeyed and observed as auch :
Article: All ollleers or persous in the
military or naval service of' the United
States, are prokihited from employing any
of the forces miliar their respective com
mands for the purpose of returning fu
gitives from service or labor, who may
have escaped from any person to whom
such nervjee or labor is claimed to be
due, and any oilicer rho hhall be found
.itiilty by a court martini, of violating
this article ttha'.l be dismissed from the
service.
Sec. 2. And I" it further rv.-M, That
(his a t shall take elVect fioi and after
its parage.'
Also l-i tt.e (.i!h aiid l'thr lions of a:i
a t Lti'led " :i .v! tn-ipre it'Sitr-
lYcfo:i, ( pviiv; (.: -.-n ::ul ivbtlliuii,
to sei.e and confiscate property of rebels,
and for other purposes, approved July
17th, 1SC2," and which sections are in the
words and figures following; ,'f: ;
Sixtioj- t. And le it further enacted,
That all the slaves of persons who shall
hereafter be engaged in rebellion against
the Government of the United states, or
who shall in any way give aid or com
fort thereto, escaping- from such persons,
and taking refuge within the limits of
the army, and all slaves captured from
such persons, or deserted by them and
coming under the control of the Govern
ment of 1 lie United States, and all slaves
of such persons on or being within any
place occupied by rebel forces, and af
terwards occupied by the forces of. the
United States, ha!l be deemed captures
of war, and shall be forever free of their
servitude and not aain held as slaves.
Skc. 10. And U it father enacted, That no
slave escaping into any slave territory or
the District of Columbia, from any of the
States shall bo delivered up, or in any
way impeded or hindered of his liberty,
except for crimo or some offense against
the laws, unless tho person claiming said
fugitive shall first make oath that the
person to whom tho labor or service of
said fugitive is alleged to be due, is his
lawful owner, and has not been in arms
against the United States in the present
rebellion, nor in any way given aid or
comfort thereto: and no person engaged
in tho military or naval service of the
United States ehall, under any pretense
whatever, assume to decide on theValid
ity of the claims of any person to the ser
vice or labor of any other person or
surrender up any such person to the
claimant, on pain of being dismissed
from the service.
j And I do hereby enjoin upon and or
der all persons engaged in the milifary
and naval service of the United States,
to obey and enforce within their respec
tive spheres of service, the . Article and
Sections above recited. And the Exec
utive will in due time recommend that
all citizens of the United States who
ehall . have remained loyal " thereto
throughout the rebellion, shall, upon the
restoration of the Constitutional rela
tions between the United States and their
respective Slates and people, if the rela
tion shall have been suspended or dis
turbed, he compensated for all lo,"ses hy acts
of the United States, including Via loss of
slaves.
In witness whereof I have hereunto Bet
my hand and casued the Bcal of the Uni
ted States to bo affixed. ' ) ; '
Done at the City of Washington this
the twenty-second day of September, in
the year of our Lord one thousand eight
hundred and sixty-two, and of tho In
dependence of the United States the
eighty-seventh
(Signed,- ABRAHAM LINCOLN.
t By the President.
Wm, II. Seward, Secretary of State.
fproclaEiation of the Governor!!
BY virtue of llm power and authority in ni veil,
toil, u Military Uovi-riior of I ho Stato of T -u-lii
nfin; I lio hen-hy appoint tho follnwinjr .-r-mn to
hold ami cxeroi' the Imirtmua, of tin- rt upvi the of
flnw aittichi'd in hi- mi l their nuniM. ml to pi rtoiui
llm diitit-4 thereof am 'uriliiiK to law. to wit :
riBKT WARD.
.h hii ( iirp' t. Aid. mum. .laim Turner and W'm.
K'lli.M la, ( oiiiK ihin 11.
KKCIINI) ARII. "
.Ton t l(,.l,li All. rin.iM. M. SilltllL'Hlt mill A.
Jl.vern Oiiu'.'ilmtu.
Tlimti WARD. '
Kd Miilh'.v. Alderman. Andrew AiidWten and
Alex. Mi ll.iiui I, L'oniH'iliui'li.
rolllTH WAI(t.
II. 0. Kcovel, Aldcriiiau. I.. B. Hntf and t'harle
Siyem, Ounriliueii.
urTH A1II.
W. 8. Che.ith.ini, Aid rmiin. .1. H. Kiiowh'9 ami W.
A. McC.illaii I.Cimiui ilmoii.
CUTH WARH.
M. M. Hvlen, AMerm.in. T. J. Yarhpi:li "nil
Vu. lirivrr, ('ouncUmvu. "
.kvkniii warp.
M. O L. ( Uil.orne, Al I. riinni. Wm. ftcwart nul
Tlio. Hn'iiily, (jo'im ilii.tii.
KIUHTH WBt.
Jos. Hmith, Aldenimii. Wm. Unity anil Wm,
P.H)Ikh n, t'oniii'lliiieil.
a In Tkitiikont Wat.kKur, ! have here
T u I iinlo niy hall J and c owed tha (iieat
L- 8 heal of the fctatv to he ullUcd, al K.ish
v y ' vilie, thin Oetoher 1-t lsiij
ANIiKKW JOHNSON, C ivtr.M.t.
Ei'A8L H. East, tiei retary (if bl lie.
Horses for Sale!
ONK BAY MAKE, antuiiiiil to finslu liai nei,
ti gliow v and fine trawler.
ONK UHOWN MAK1C, tro.l under the iJ.llt., a
tloodet animal and fint traveler ; n l-o,
ONK IxiUIU.E SKIT W HAIt'EMU, all of which
w ill he told cheap, . tlm ow ner d. 'i f uoi iieed Iheiu.
Apply to JOIAII B. A LI.KN',
1i College blrect.
AN!eclion will bo I.eM at the Olihe of tlie 1 n
nwiie filarine and Hm in-iiir.nce Company, to
Monday tho oih day ol'tt lohtir nvt, for 1 r .lorn of
aid tompanv, to mrve for thu enmiiu; lJvo
month. A. W. Bl'TLKtt, Xocrct'ir).
tAUVILl(, S.'pt. SI, sepil-td
LOST.
A o TillCIIKIt,"
injalnHt the lr. 8. for (117 00,
J. V clwn hy titptHu J. M. IL.ll, A. A. M.
t Will-
ilenllienuar. upP'.-1 -d to have l,een iw.t ou tolU'Lie
loeet, lietwoeu l umii and tie C'piar". Any O'.e
Itndlni! Il w ill taaa huve it nl tlm Ollli O. and lu.
line a IHieral reward for their liu dile. l ayin i t lt
heeuHo'ped on It ll ran mi'y 1j i'i Uii led hy ll.e
(inner. tkl.a-d it
NOTICE.
i ij
l 1 . .n H r oC 01. vo I'i idi Km anipm - n t N... 4 T. (.
i'J. . l-.ui'e h.-i-i-y le-tihed Hint ii'i adunuti- -l
ine-'l n of U.Ih E i ini'iu- il w.I: I'.- h Id IMi jIti
itaM nti lux. t"l ei I", al :i A . I. W A . .'(
aii'l j.nlii'n.il rt'l lali-"" U eafa I it.-Mro! hv t i
der, i.. A. CAM. HI. I. L, Kr;te.
o.lld ll.
: -HUGHES'' '
I'llOlIL'.TI
ART CALL Ell Y,
t cr. College and I nion Mi.
rTMI! CAI.I.F.RT 18 CiTTS riAil.Y FIU'M 7,
A A.M. to ft, KM., w hen; Picture of tho iuot
eminent mm uiay he ifteen.
Thotograplis, Ambrotypcs,
MELAINOTYP, I.ETTEttT V P E.', V I'i.S E TT K .
mid CAUTKS VK VI.STK, aro made iu tho hikhe t
ie Of pVl f'jetl"ll.
ft'Tlia piitilic ire t p fifully Invited t.) vl.it n-.f
tiiiMery, wh re all Id tnren Dude aro warmnlc i to
g.v tail-faction, -r bo i.rge will Lemad. j
. an.-ly
WANTED,
ff'ES 03 FTFTEEV ACI.K POP
X ied inr-i,
aro wii!:n to
Herve Ue-ir (O'lntiJ, to T7 1 1 lip U'l
old-oruaized and a '-11 drilled liaf
tery "f I innted Arldlery, wlmli
Ini H Pady dono k"d Berviea it;
the Held. . ' ' "
For p irl.fiUrs. apply t) C-t. MoitR'n II-ai-qunrter.-,
or in (.'ami' on the ilanlinjmll pikd, n-ar
tlie I'eiillent aiy. CV.T. A . K. BUSH,
aiiia t r , Cumiriaudlng 4th Ind. Battery.
(.F.O. W. SHEVVMAKER. BY EON n. ROBii.
RHEWMAEER & E0BL,
vmy gntrittflf ii Office,
No. 11, SOUTH FOCRTH STREET,
BtWKU MARtVI AND WAI.HCY,)
ST. LOUIS, ITIO.
Establishetl for the Benefit nf Strangers,
j 00 HI NO TO t. lorm I!f MARCa or
Sick, WounJed, or Soldiers that hava
. Died from Wont'ds or Sickness.
CORRECT IMELIJUKM';? WII.I. BE OIVT.S OF
tha oondition of any H!e)c or Wounded Soldier in
ST. I.OUI3. UlL'InVII.LI-:, CINCINNATI, NASHVILLE,
MOL'M CITY, or any o'Uer Hourl'' In the Weatorn
btartment. Thl w t'i oxly Army Ictelli(ence
Olrrca In the I'nited Statoa.aud liif irmation regard
ing Soldi, rs from any pat t of the V . can be given
at any time, by call iiff t,or wainxo to tha Armv
lkTi.iiuxc Ornra, p-wt-GIIIc B) No. ISIS.
, N. B I'musii rostiNS to St. Iaiib tx numm or
thiir Ebirxd will obtain all necemary mrormation
by calllnu at our OlHra, No. 11, Month Fourth Street.
31ayH, Wl . , 17
j .' Marshal's Sale.
BY virtu of an alias Kl Fa to me dirocted from
the Circuit t.eirt of tho I'nited Maten tor the
Middle Idnlrietof Tennesiee, I, E. K. Glaacock, Mar
shal Id and for fruld lictrirt, w ill cxjoic to public
ale, to the h'ttheet hidder, for cash, at the Court-huiii-e
door, in the City of Nashville, on the ind day
of October, 1'!2, all tho right, title, claim and Inter
est which Thomas Barry, Washington Barrow , and
A. V. S. liimlaley and WaBhinstou Barrow, Admin-
1- lrator of John Mil lhy, deccaaed, have lu and to
the following described piece or parcel of Land, to
wit : A tract ef Iand, iu Sumner county, Teiineaeee,
on Ieiha's cn-rk and it water, iKKioninii; at a
planted roc'i lonih eat corner of James Whiteside',
thence North 1J Kat i7 Hle to a plaiited rock;
thence North 4:3 W.t &l l-olc to a rock at Abraham
Martin' corner; thence Ninth 10 Kant I'M pole to
a rook at Marlin s comer; tlienco North tj.'l1 Kant 22
and 3-10 poles toatake; thence North 6 poht to a
Make j thi ne North 14 East 21 xilc to a sycamore ;
thenoo South ' Eat 8;) and ( HI polca to the center
of Said creek ; thence dow n the nine, w ith itH mean
ders ; thouoo Ifouth 783 Ea-t 18 pole, South Ea.t
11 pole to I point near the terminus of the mill,
race ; thetiro r)"tith 4tJi3 Wf t M pole to a stake;
thence 6'ils" Eaut 2.1 and B ID pole to a corner to
Cullen Gardner'; thence Mouth 2r! West M des
to a Htake; thence South ft'ij.j3 Eaot 11.1 arid 10
polm to rock ; thence North Ea-t 125- pole to
the, mi l He. of the creek; thence down ttieaamo a
it meander hy ot1!tti, thu (South OP East 2" poh-9 ;
Boulu W E u-t 2.i pole South luK3 Kaat tOpoh-;
South ,ii ti polen ; South liVEast 13 poles) to
a pile of ro-k on the eal ImaK of the creek ; them e
North 7'J'J Wcht 2i'7 poles, with Dr. W. M. nllow a
hortlt boundary, to a stake; thence Soulh 7J West
II and i 10 pol'n to a slake ; thence South l13 West
5'J poles, pass Pr. K. Head a corner at It pole j
thence South J t- Kant lMl l-olm ; thenvo South e'J!4c
Wet 3'M pohn to a gale ; I hence South 9 and
2- l( JHilos to a honey I k u.-t : ilo nee W ent 8ii and
4 10 ln'leJ to a rix k ; tlien'-a North -JJ Fast Ul polos
to a roi k ; thence .south t i' aJ rai--t ai pole to a Pwlt ;
thence ortli J.j1 K wt Hi and 4 10 deK to a stake ;
tlcnce South v.i-Z" Kast 21b pole to I he beniuuin.
Al-0, a life estate in fifty one acre, which was willed
by Lin ! u i. Uart'i to his wife Sarah . (now Sarah
F. IXi iid) for her life. Alo, a amall tract adjoining
tile iiliove, ll lein2 lite nun irncv oi imir ai res, io
seilier w ith the null on the same. Slid property be-
li'U levied uncn to ati-.!y a Ju.iKinent In favor of S. S.
4 K, V. nns-n anainsi i uuma uarrj, ii a.-iuiiniou car
rowi W. Barrow and A. V. S. Lin lsley, A lministra
tors of John Shell'V. deceased, rendered In Raid Court
ou tlie 3rd day of May, B'iO. Sale to take place at
lOo'cl.-cl:. K. li. liLASi'OCK,
auii'ju-ltt l . m. aiamnui, m. v. I.
Marshal's Sale.
I)V virtue of tin,) writs of ft fa, to me directed
fr-nin the Circuit Court of too I nitod Sialcs (or
Hie Middle District of Teuncswe, I, K U. Glascock,
Marshal In ond for Raid Dihtrict, will expose to public
pale, to the bluett bidoer, rorca h, al the Lourt
II mse door m the rity ol Nanvtlia, on (re titti day
of October, Isa-J, ail the ru;ut,t:t,clait and Intereel
w hii h Nolde 1. Kill, ban to and U the (islow Iiik de
scrihed p'lieor (lartt 1 ol laud, to-wit: in the lolbdia
trict of V avi laou county, Teuni-sxcf , fronting on tha
West nlii of Bucua Vita Turnpike road, about two
mile from Nashville, bounded us follow t beginning
at a stake in the centre of eanl Turopika road at tao
Northeast corner of Mixwell KeddiUK or Fox' five
acre, and r"iiwilh the North I ne of nd five acre
tract, Soulh Tl 1 de. ; Wct 7d 6i 100 pole io a stako
ou tlomley't line; tin me with Ihy-ley line North 6
di a.: Wcet 215 10 li0 iMsVa to a slake, col lier of a
tiact of etKhUcu acre, sold by ('. W". Nance and Jan.
C. Owtn to Ja. Whilworth, Trinlce for L'nvldson
county; thenee with Hi S-ut! lino of name, South
71V din. F.aet 65 1)5 100 poles to a take in the centre
of Hueua Viuta pike road; thence aimiir centre of said
road IS dej , u 4S Us pole io me oiviuoing, c-
tainiim 8 a. re, lilii iiinare po!c mora or hs t'.iid
linitiertT heiUK levie-1 u;u toililv lud'uient In la
vor of J. Peter R Co., Vt'in.-tcn.SA ift an t Jolu.son
taaia. Kicker 4i t'ljrlt, reudcre'! in .i:d Court, oa the
HmU itiyof April, lsii2, ai.'::iKt the laid KII:, and
Susauiuib Moor, Adnnnislialor ot t. c. Slum U(
ceased. Sale to tke place at 10 o'clis k, A. M
K. R. GLASCia'K,
sl U 141 I'. 8. Mai.Lal, M. I'. T.
Justices' Court.
iiasnau Caixahan, rit or,
r
In a suit before G. M
VI.
C. D. Ki.lioit, IV ft
vSoutluaU-, a Ju-tice of
l ins l lain ii j l'a. ni.i'U
uomiiy, ienm'o. -
1 in- plaintl:!, Hannah Callahan, in this action hav
frig ol'i lined an Altai hnicut against the di-leielunt,
t . I'. Mlio it, ai.'l i suea io a o nstao o oi a. i (.uu
lv unit rrlmnol I, I' him . ll V led ou luol- 1 t V hrlilltf
i.ii to tin' defendant ; and on motc-n of plalntill, it
apwarin( to the a! is acl Im. ol .a.d .InHii e, that t;i
il.-ten-t int is a iiotrresi-l-'iit of the Male of T-Miue-s' e.
a. . .1 ... . . ..I I ... ...a. I.. f r
1 fc O- IMIl I -l l ll"lli-n ........ .. .--i- -
cessive w 1n in newspaper put li-ln -l in the city of
Naslivi.l t .lied Ih " I no n." warning the delei.d.
act l-i api -iir l.hiesa i Jnsi.ie oa I i- 1 1 1 h -1 i t
Hi toher, l-uj. ul. I lie ol. ansai-r, or demur to saiil
ail ii l.n.t rt, vii.-rw . the tau-e w lil be . t ..r It
II, U t' I I 1 I'll I1 .tit il.ii .
t;. M S'il TII'.ATK, J
r, : t oil . li 2 -4t . pi v l oo
G
r. p. a! t i'.i:s i (. '."I'n: i.ik F:."Mt,ta
Marshal's: Sale. - I
BY virtue of tw .) wriiRof jt f t, to tat directed l-y
tl.e Circuit Court of ti e I a le i Stal- s, U-r the
Mlddie DisirK tof T. tm-w-o, I, E. B. GliMis-k, Mr
hal in and (oratid Pistrn t, will exr-s" for ale, pub.
In ly, to the b'irheet bidder, n the lsth d .y of tnrto-l.-r,
l'i'i'i, at toe Court House, Uisir, iu liie city of
Nailmile, all Ih T rIiI, title, ea'm, aud hit-'rett
which Joha'T. McKinley has iu and M the f iIiowIuk
demr tied lots, or parrel ol land, in Ih" tow n of M ir
frersboro, Rutliertor-I ciHinty, State of TeniM-asee, to
gether Willi the buildinv" and miprovetnriita on tlio
same, vit : n p't coiitsm.ng by ffliimatiou oifiOai'tan
feet, fio; t ii,' C f'-1 ou the pubhc Rijnur" In Mur
f reib. ro, tunn Jilt I ' k northward from said S iiiaie
I 'i') f-et, .liioiit a biiiiillns on it. vested In l int J. T.
McKP h y I y I'.oe.l . r -kt-u re i in l.'S'k of the lien
ter of Ktiiheit' -rd Ci'u i'.y, pafc' s4; aUo a lot de-.-it'-luit-d
In the or'nuiii! Ian of sal, I tov u o( Mnrrrre-..
l-oro ss No 70, b-'uinuiji at a stake, soulheiM-l tornef
ol said tot, riiiu.ir.i then, e l 1;:0 tcei, lo a sUke,
tlicuiw wt-t Ilk. frfit to W. l t'sitcher' cwiii-r,
lliet,. tio'thfiti i-et to a stake on the street, thence
eMt w.tiit'ae atrio-t to the northwrst corii j of tho
l'r- sbyt.-rsu Chun h h t, thence Booth l.to h i t to Win
bcirinliiiiK. vesled in said McKmli by deed rci.-ter
ed in bo-k 6, pace 6:11 ; a I'd iu ilui frcslmro, bound
ed a. f.ili'iws ; le-inn:ui; with a stake '4 bet north of
Hid WcKiiiley'a owtliwi-st corner of lot purchased
from Jouc , th-iice West l vi, I el t-i ti eRtrcet,
thence north 6(i',' feet to a etako, w itb R-iii! Rtroct,
corner of lot formerly owned by r Ii tch"r, thence cast
Sfi'i feet to a sink e, thence Routh to the In cumin.,
veatml in said McKinley hy d(d remcetrcd in book 7,
p'.i;:-- I'.s); and a lot hounded a follow : beeinning on
northwest corner of M owvl by James Mcluwoll,
S n., r'.:mi"! tin-iu-e i nrth wuh the treet S5 feet to
tbei ornn-id tin! street, thenco east with the Rtrect
72 fret to a Make, llienct south 55 feet to a s.uke on
aaid MiTioweli's Hue, tto'lic vrnt with salt line 73
l t to the b arinninu, vesled lu Raid McKailny by
de- d wziMi-r-d in book ti, patf' 310, 311; said pro
perty hi dmi i vied upon to satisly a judKm- nt in favor
01 Iw Conn y, Iwifoiir-ade Co , a'iinst J. T. Mi Kin
ley, and a I'l.lgtnriit iu favor of Meador n u I .ti Co ,
acalti't Ua'l A; McKinley, rendered In fa'd Court on
me Snthdiyot April, lHr,2, anion the 1st day of
May, 1HC2. Sale to take place at 10 o'clock , A M.
E. R. GI.A.-CIK K.
s--pl2 14i. U. S, llaroiial, M I). T.
Marshal's Sale.
BY virtue of a writ of (I fa to me directed from the
Circuit Court of the United State, for tha Mi Mlo
District of Tennessee, I, K R. Glascock, Marshal In
and for aid District, w ill expose to sale, publicly, to
the highest bidder, for cash, at the Court House, door,
In the c-ty of Nashville, ou the Hill day of Octobe",
jm, me roiinwin slave, properly ot Aiieu n twit,
rtt, namely : Mary, about 16 year of aire, with her
Infant ton, William; and Peter, tenor eleven year
Of ;;e; the slaves aforesaid having been levied on lo
Mlisfy judgment In favor of Clark, Adam & Clark,
against A. B Crockett, rendered in Raid Court on the
2llh day of April, 1312. Sale to commence at 10
O'clock, A. M. E. B. CLASCiK'K.
epl2.14t. U- B. Marshal, M. D. T-
fgREIMOVAL .
STADLER, BRO. & CO.
HAVE
REMOVED
TO
No. 31 Market Street,
i Opposite U'atsou Home.
opl8-2w Dispatch copy.
JpATEVrEDOC'T. S, IS61-
J)ithi idse?d Patent
OVAL LttIP CIIHIXms.
Manufactured of ,
x.v ixivr ulass.
Thce Chimney are InU-nd- d f-ir the flat '
flame, w hich heut ug a I parta of the
glass eialiy, does not expone it to crack
ing, t l. D.TMKIlKiF,
Foa I'm Glsas Works,
, WashlDgtnn atns t.
I'lttsburg, Pa
Sample can be neon at (hit Office.
Junco ly. , ,
NASHVILLE (Edgefield) AND
IiENTUCKY
R .A. ILRO AD
I' TIME TAlILt Tio. 2,
Takes effect on Monday, July 14. 1862
GOING NORTH,
Leaves Nakhrllle at 2 o'clock, I. IU
GOING SOUTH,
Afrlve at Nabvllte at 10.10, A.I1.
Cotinect with Train from aul to Clarksvillo at
Slat Uue. Ju'.j lo-tf.
500 Horses Wanted!
FOIt CMVALUV M.KVK I-
I?ITE HrST'RED Civil) lOUSKS, EETWKEX
four aud lixht year old, and between fillwu
and aixti en hands hiu-h, are wanted immediately for
CAVALKV StliVlCli, for whMi reasonable price
will he paid.
Apply u C.irr. R. V. LAMB, en Vine Street,
below Mr, p1 d'' rei'lenc.a, auglt-tf
Recruits Wanted !
pirTEEV I'.ECUmv ACE WANTK0 F0K .
Caltery A," First Teanesjee Artilttrr,
who will receive the regular Blil'NTT, 11a-, i
(Ions, and Clothing. In addition, TilllKK lP
ln;Ll,AKS, paid soon as they eulist, by rr.- Aim
crniiinir oilicer. . ajij-U
t'tliie-uexl d-'or' below th City H..tl.
ROBERT MOORE tit CO.,
Commission Ipmhante,
CINCINNATI. OHIO.
COSHKJVVITSTS OP CO'.TOS, TOBACCO, I.ARD
IKATHMd and I'ROI'IXK tfeueraily, will receiv
our bent atirution. may ll
Freights for Now York, Philadelphia
ani Baltimore.
7F. ARE r0?TARniS C'.ITTON.TOoACVX). Ac
f on more a.lvui.taj;-i-m ternia than if ractlplcti
through from C'iniborUnd rl,ver.
I'.uiu ur piooict: &. to.,
tuayU CINCISSATI, OHIO.
b, J
: I
$25 REWARD!
y'ToI.KS.ft ia R. Itll.DHIKAM' ,l-wpi,er, oa I'n.
. i in m---osr. pATtsr li.vni tsooi-a
M!.l ' rt'il. iiuiinfu-li.'redhy .Inc. J .hn.-t. n, 1 v.
eri-I. "l.e W.it n i - f tv.ii''. it, w ilu w Into d al,
ei.,;M.' d i-u tfei i:: i Ie 1 il.. i , H.iai a, f r- 'ii I:,
fill, -r in t . vear j!-'.j;"iu tl a out i 1-- n;rviJ
Ii ,.iai r. ll i.Mi.A," 't,e alio'. It i.- 1 wi i Lu . I
(-r u ii i e. 1 1 ... j u 1', jt n. jj (0,, i (,, i rts , vi y of
t-i. pr -i.. II. U 11 ISMi.
, .... I
!.. il. J.i-.i i.1 I h-Mj c i y i t o aoit." i I J
b. e. connor beo.,
C(niniSMO?l PIEItCIIANT.
NO. I COIXEOK STHfKI.
Kew KtocK Junt received and for nale
loiv to rloa ont CoiiKlsnmenie,
bait, tor ie by
C()NNf'H k BRK
JJ boie SALT, lor a.e by
CCNNtm A met.
f ( r""'" Kol'E, for tale by
!'VJ apS" . COS SOS BIU.
1 11 bl'v ! C'i "r "
-iJ ap CON'M'R A Br.O.
10. "p
f hDI. CValtni., for taiehy
ap a
Ci.lN.V'o it EH0
1 Fif ""i'"1' BiLlKOtS.for aie bf
ItJVj ap CuN'NOa B7-0.
UP, forai by
OU p8
COVSKH A B o
p. f boj-Mi c-TaHCH, for ie by
fJU ap COS VOR & BK0.
1 (1 cheats TLA, lor aaie by
4t apS . COSSOH A BRO
12;:
half cheet TKA, lor tle by
CON'NOH A EP.O
1 () cailie TEA- for ie by
1-w
ap 8
CO.SNOR A BilO 4
1 bone Ye! PoWIiKrW, for le by
IV7 ap8
CONS' lit A BRO.
) I c-'Rli SODA, for ai.e by
4J apS CONNOR A FIT
mo
1 ( f ro'" HATCH M, loraale hy
1 V J apl
cussca A Br.o.
)v boxm riar CAN'ilLK.S, lor aale by
4,0 apa CONNOR A BRO
Or; hof" COrf rdC, for tail by
4U ap8
CONNOR A CO.
1 bbla. VlSfcGAK, t r Rale by
1 ap 8
C0NH0R A BRO.
JkitiiULMOS.f t aleby
aiSNOR A BRO-
C 4 kit MACiEKEJ,,(or aale by
n ap 8
5 Tit7iiE?.Ri"N(3",l' "' bi"
ap
2klU SBAD, for aale by
ap 8
CONNOR A BRO.
CONNOR A BRO.
CONNOR A BRO.
19
bbla. TROUT, for aie by
ap 8
Ct'NNOR A BRO.
io
bbia. MACKKREL, for ale by
ap 8 CONNOR A BRO.
A bnla. ClUti.R, lor sale by
ap 8
CONNOR A BRO.
16
boxe dried HEKINO, for ale by
ap 8 CONNOR i
' boxea pried fiwalad, fx sale by
1VJ ap 8
CONNOR A- SR0.
808
NAILS, for aale by
CONNOR A B'iO.
FL( bbla Crushed Suijar, for sale by
WW ap8
CONNOR A BRO.
It I K baira MKAL, for aala by
ZO ?8 CONNOR A BRO.
Krr btits ri)UR, for sale by
uvyu ap
CONNOR A BRO
cask HAM4, for Rule by
CON NO A BRO.
C)l caak SIDH, for tale by
Ami J ap 8
CONNOR A BRO.
OTV bbla tine POTATOirt, for ale by .
4JJ ap8 CONNOR A BRO.
20
boles freh Gardeu SEED, for aale by
ap 8 CONNOR A BRO.
8
bols Culon SETS, for sale by
ap 8 CONNOR A BRO.
1 l:fC,'J Canvassed HAM.S.wilh a Urn lot oi all
X U sort of (ood, which we will cIom out low, at
our old stand, No. 8 College street.
ap 8 B B. CONNOR A BRO.
STKAJl IKOtl
NEW Y0EK to UVEBP00L.
THE STEAMSHIP
; GEEAT EASTERN.
WiLTia Fathm, Commander,
' Will be (J-kpatclied
From I.tvr.nrooL,
( allini! at yueenatown,
Saturday AiU'iat 10
W edneniay, ....Octohor 1
Tuns-lay, .. .November lb
KaoM Ntw YotK.
Saturday, ..Jnly S6
Tnesda j MepU-iher U
Saturday,. ......October 'I'S
Tburnday, , . Ixci-mbcr 11
ThismiKniflcfnt hlp having proved hewlf nn
eqnalled for ieeii, safety and comfort (ea alckuc
being unknow n on board), 1 itrongly reconinieaded
a tlie must eligible conveyance for piisnengera.
rtaaT CAiim.
From fUO U(15)ach berth, acofjrdlnft to theslzn,
situation, and accommodation of the State Uoonut, ail
having the same privilifre in the iVloons, and in re
(rard to meal and attendance, .Juite of apartment
for familic may be engt(?ed by lclal agroemeat.
TICKKTS FOR THK VOYAGK to and from 1,1 V KE
POOLat a FAKE A NO A HALF tor First
and b-?couiI Cla.-
fvfvanta accompatljirli); Pateii(rer, and chlldtea
under 12 year of am-, half fare; iufunt free.
RICOMO CAR1M.
Stateroom 1-erthR, mral furuished at seoarale ta
ble, - t0
Miaoris.
Ir.termeitiate ?tat Koom panaenirer fonnd with
hi di, beddiug, table, utenila, and giad auhatau
t al food SA
RTKKHAOr.,
With superior accommtdlatiou, $15
F-ich pa8rner allowed tfi cubic feet of luggage.
An vxperia'ice'l Suruwou on biiaid.
For UiuKht and pasiiaife. aoply to
CUAs. A. WIIITNEr,
At the office, No. Uo Broadway, N.V.
liunLANK A A.'INWALL, AtteUt.
July JO, lsca till Ic: li.
BOOTS and SHOES.
rint CNriERrir,NFJ would repettfuly
L inform the citizens of Naahvllle and the pul-ilo
In general, that they have fitted up a houwi, No. 10,
L'tuon street, where they will conntantly keep a Woll
selecteJ fto k of all d'-acriptiou of
BOOTS &' SHOES,
Trunks, Valises, Carpet Bags,
Ac , -wlih b they all e'l t the lowest rati lor Caah,
a) W hole.al aul Uetail.
M. HOROANfeTKRS
liuiei'J No. 10, I'iiioo flieet.
Restaurant Tortoni
t3
K4;BlI I)4lt Rilll l T,
H. V. BASSET, PEOPEIETOa.
f I lUi-! well known Mtahlnhment I prepiro l to for
L a r.b Meil al all honia, to any limn o r of per
soul, w uh ail the d-:lica:t- an t luturwa '' I e ea.
on, pn pir.-d in the very b-tkt t hi.
la Bit of Fare, In l"d, will chHllecii i ci-nij ariso
w in thai of anv botire iu the Nortii or nonlhwtat.
Tr.e tioi-il W'Ues au 1 llrait'ln-a ai"e kepi ci,mtant!I
oa hiu t. Dlunertnr rl ipnr:nri ehed ion y parte
Ulco I; CO liOrt col.o-;.
Tho Ice Cream Garden
; i ('., '.-r- lal'i nil (J.-trti 'neis Hia I'd
.'" i w J, i: .a cii , f
u. o! - t It ;-l l 'I
. ' ,i, ovi d
l.t, al rcaonlj:e tl"i
r iio'i i r i llttiij
i -l tiiH J. Pit
I a i t r n - ' ' t (i - i ' i
Vf!'.,S,''
1
iii 1 1,1 ii . i, u it i
WE HAVE NO W AT SMITFlLAND,
V doaliued f-r the retail market of NanhvUia,
, 75,000 BUSHELS -
PITTSBURG COAL,
Wiia-b will Brrnre- t.pon first r.so in river.
coxftAt), ( n im)m;h & r o.
Augimt 7lh, 1861-tf
GRIFFITH & PARSONS
COMMISSION
, ... '
ME RCHANTS
' AND WHOLESALE I'EALtRS IN '
t
Groceries Provisions.
....
FAMILY GROCERIES, -PLANTATION
SUPPLIES,
.DRIKD StKKh
HAMS, BACON SIDES,
SIIOULDKKS,
I COFFEES, SU0ARS, TEAS,
Mustard, Spice, Pepper, Nutmegs,
. N AJXS, .
BAGGING, ROPE, TWINE,
S0AI3, CANDLES,
M A OKE'R E Xj
Whiteli3h, Herringa, 1
i '
lillOOINIS, HUCH KTS, '
m; ,. .
COARSE & FINE SALT,
. j CKJAllS, TOMACCO, -
'! ' ' : . v':; .
CANDiKs, nuns, vim;s,
ROB ACK BITTERS.
Suttlers Goods of all Kinds,
i ! , .
And tntuiy other artlcla. arriving daily poichawJ
' for Cash, and sold at small profit.
!' -
i CU Rtw Boe.
' '. ' .!,.' ,
: C.IUFF1TII &. IAIlSO.h,
! No.T Ctil-I.ttJK ST., KASUVH.I.K, TEHH
July 19-3m.
1 7
ARMF IMELUGCXt L' 0FFK K,
No. 11, South Fourth Bt,
SAINT 1 Ol ffll,
Edtablllhed for th Lenrfit of slraiiKer coming to
tt. Iul la search of
SICK OR WOUNDED'
and for penons living at a diatanca ho can rite
tolo Army lutellnjenc. tilth aud ohlaio mil
alia Information of any .oldioR. that
llat-id In tl. tftalea of
Iilinoit, ndkita, Ohio, ,-uu, ilul.inm, Witoon
lin, lUntut- U, KnlH and Umourt.
ClOHIir'jCT IS'TKI.I.KSKN'CK WILL IIB fclVkTV Of''
J any oldir from Ih. ahote Htata, abetlier
So , Woriii.i'J, K-i no, oa Trnra raiHoa, aud
In ahnt battle h niay liar tniott .ngaged, aud '
where hi regitn-nt i latiourd.
Information aill also he f vi-u of tha condition cf
any .ick i r Mounded soidixr lu M. Imi, Lonlnvil1,
Clio Ini atl, Nanhvilla, Mound t lty.or any IIoi tal
in th Winlnrn Iniartini-iit ; and where tho kil.ad
In Latt'is or hav diwl from thair wound, ai tun
ad ; atid her thoaa tak.'st iiriaoBPt ar. cou
.fllicd.
Th a la th only Army IntolllKcnc. (ifflr In h
rVpartmatt of tho M Uiml i, or Vt xolrra lr.ait-nit-ut,--and
liifrtijatUfD ol aoidi'T froia auy of Iti.
ahor Slat. a can Le turn at auy lima Ly tailing or
writ ng Ui th Ai my li.t- I Ik'-iilb Ortf- r.
J'.raori nlln u. ii - git Ilia aao ' f (hr
sjlilliir, what Mt'iUi hn Utcd in, and th I, . , 1 1 H , . t ,',
h rei:ini i.t. harKr (or any ki:id of At ay lutniu.
K' ""r l'l I ' Two li. 1 and any rio a ill i.ji
will !fw r rh,a to amount, in oidi-r to ri loo
al tn't ion lo ll.-or liojuli I. . ,
Addf4: Aimy li.iiiiltti-u rfh-, Ht, 1 jntH u(
lucarvi' t' Uoa l.tts. i, la.ljj
Strayed or Stolen I
I !( M ( or Tlii. i,t 1 OY Ti!H 'iu i::h . A
i - ' i c -o- -, ..: I .1 g i ai.
I w
, r '.j lo. or 'jl it' i", i-l llii: l-un.t Will I ,,
I ll A 11 .
li (.'
nn.i m i rn , ,
win
1 i'.. I ; t.
T l 1 d I'i Ll I A V l i .".
l Il ia v D. V. 1 U , A,- u'i
si I H i! ai.J ft r t,u' tU) B. .-.way, ,il ...
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