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Fcr Freedom and Uationality. . . nt'.ut t.b, r.ditr. Select Articles oLWar. . ( 1'ili n from the Revised Regulations fur the Aravj, j'filifLiheA by the War Jtyviwieiit, JBOl.yV lie yorernmemt of Vie military with the. xijrinijliim of tJie Secretary f Vit th'if. Of'j i ftrict'y ibtned) At.T. Every officer tomraanrlipg in quarter?, pirrisorm, tt on Ujo march, shall ktf p pood order, and to the nmot of bin jiowcr, n-dresH all abuc and disorder; nLi' Jiinay lie criniinitler! bj an y officer r eolclier under his command; if, upon complaint made to him of officers or sol diers tcalinff or f thcrwino ill-treating any p r-on, or (JjMtirbinjv fairs or markets, or of cowniiMinp; any kind of riots, i tli disfj ulf t i tipr of the citi.on.i of (he I'nitttl States, he, hi who shall oniit or refuse g see justice Ionu to the offender or offenders, and reparation made to (he parties injured, as far a, part of the offender' pay shall enable him or them, shall, upon proof thereof, le cashiered, or otherwise pun ihed, a a jreneral court martial maj diret. -Apt. ')''. When any commissioned o(Il t:er r "oldier shall Ik- nccased of a capi tal c.tinir, r of having u.od Tiolence, or coiuciitied any offence anint the person or property of any citizen of any oT the UuiUd Suits, such as is punishahlo by tiu known laws of tlin land, the com inandins rtlti er and otliceis of any rcjri tucnt, i troop or company, to which the pencil or persons accused shall belong, are hcichy required, upon application doly made by, or in behajf of, the party injured, to use their tit xost endeatours to deliver over such accused person or persona to the civil magistrate, and like wise to he aiding and assisting the offi cers cf justice in apprehending and se curing the persons so accused, in order to bring them to trial. If any commanding officer or officers shall wilfully neglect, or shall reluse to deliver over such per sons. the officer or odiccrs so offt'O'ling, shall he cafhiered. Aht fi-. Any officer or soldier who shall misbihave himself lie fore the enemy, run away, or shamefully tbandon any tort, post, or guard, which he or they may be commanded to defend, or speak words inducing others to do the like, or shall ct away his arms or ammunition, or who ftluillijnil his iiosl or colors to plunder tut,) ri.'..,?n ttxittfV iii.lt Ad'n rt A i,r Iw.iitir duly convicted thereof, a)' all sillier death, or su.'h other punishment as shall 1k or dered by the sentence of general court martial. Aht. Li. All officers and soldiers are to behave themselves orderly in quarters and on their march ; and whoever shall corona it any waste or spoil, either in walks of trees, parks, warrens, fish nonrls. houses, or i aniens, corn -fields. inclosures of meadows, or shall mulirioushj deilrey any wperty whatsoever belonging to the inhabitants of the United (States, un less by order of the then Commander-in-'Chief of the armies of the said States, 'shall, (besides such penalties as they are able to by law,) he punished according to the nature and degree of the offense, by tho judgment of a regimental or gen eral court-martial. (r-Aicr. .')). Wlcxcer shall relieve the enemy with money, victuals, or ammuni tion, or shall knowingly barber or pro tect an enemy, shall suffer dtalh or such other punishment m sfiall be ordered by the sentence of a court-martial. Of-AKT. F7. Wlinever shall be con victed of holding correspondence- wilh Or giving intelligence to the enemy, either directly or indirectly, shall Butler death, or such other punishment as shall bo ordered by the sentence of a court martial. A l'HOCLAITIATION, tly ihtt l'rekldent tf tho I nittd Males. Wabiiikoxox, Sept. 22, 1862. I, Abraham Lincoln, President cf the United States of America, and Comman- der-in-cJjief of the Army and Navy "thereof, do hereby proclaim and declare, that hereafter, as heretofore, the war will be prosecuted for tho 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 bo suspended or disturbed; that it is my purpose upon the next meeting of Congress . to agaid recommend tho adoption of a practical measure tender ing pecuniary aid to tho free acceptance r rejection of all the slave Slates, so tailed, tho people whereof may not then oe in rebellion against the United States and which States may then have volun tarily adopted, or thereafter may volun tarily adopt, aa immediate or gradual Abolishment of slavery within their re spective limit; and that the effort to colonUe persons of African descent, with their consent, pon the contineut, or elsewhere, with the previously obtained consent of tho Government exist iug there, will bo continued. lhalcn tht first day of January, in Vie year cf our lord, one thousand eight huiklrcd and sizty three, all persons 1U cm slaws within any iliate, or within any deeirpiated pari Cf a StaU, the people ii'Wfr shall then be in rtMiivn eg i-iil the United Mates, shall be then, thence m forward and forever free, tmd tie Hrecvfive GTVerrtmrnt of Vte United Sta(e$, inchidinj the military and naml autftority Oi& ef, tvill recognise tend maintain Vte freedom of ewh peram,TiA will do no act or acts to re press such persons, or any of them, in any efforts they msy make for their ac tual freedom; that the Executive will, on the first day of January aforesaid, by proclamation, designate the States, and parts of States, if any, in which the peo ple thereof respectively, shall then be in rebcl'ion against the United States; the fact that any State, or the people thereof, shall on that day be in good faith repre sented in tho Congress of tho United States by membere chosen thereto at elections wherein amajerity of the quali fied voters of such States shall have par ticipated, shall, in the absence of strong corroborative testimony, be deemed con clusive evidence that such 'Stale and the peopic thereof have not been in rebellion against the United States. Attention is hereby called to an act of Congress, entitled an act to make an ad ditional Article of War, approved March 13, 18K2, and which act is in the words and figures following: "Rett evaded try the fanate and Hai. of Representatives of the United Statu, in Con' greet assemhled, That hereafter the follow ing shall be promulgated as an addition al Article of War for the government of the Army of the United States, and shall be obeyed and observed as such : Article: All officers or persons in the military or naval service of the United States, are prohibited from employing any of the forces under 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 service or labor is claimed ' to be due, and any officer who shall be found guilty by a court martial, of, violating this article shall bo dismisacd. from the service. '. ' ' ' Sec. 2. And lie' it furCter ennde l, That this act shall take effect from snd after its passage. Also to tho Oth and 10th sections of an act entitled " an act to suppress insur rection, to punish treason and rebellion, to seize and confiscate ptoperty of rebels, and for; other purposes, approved July 17th, 1862," and which sections are in the words and figures following ! Section 9. ln-f he it farther enacted, That all the glares of persons who shall hereafter bo engaged in rebellion against the Government, of tho 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 fronv such persons, or deserted by them, and coining under ths control of the Govern ment of tho United States, and all slaves of such persons on or being within any place occupied by rebel forces, and af terwards occupied by tho forces of the United States, shall lie deemed captures of war, and shall bo forever free of their servitude and not again held as slaves. Sec. 10. And be it fuiVier enacted, That no slave escaping into any slave territory or tho District of Columbia, from any of the Slates shall be delivered op, or in any way impeded or hindered of his liberty, except for crime or some offense against the laws, unless tho person claiming said fugitive shall first make oath that tho j person to whom the labor or service of said fugitive is alleged to bo 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 the military or naval service of tho United States shall, under any pretense whatever, assume to decide on the valid 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. , And I do hereby enjoin upon and or der all persons engaged In the military aud naval service of the United States, to obey and enforce within their respec tive spheres of service, tho Article and Sections above recited. , And the Exec utive will in due time recommend that all citizens of ths United States who shall have remained loyal thereto throughout tho rebellion, shall, upon the restoration of the Constitutional rela tions between the United States and their respective States and people, if the rela tion shall have been suspended or dis turbed, be coit'iwisated frr all l-sm by acts of Vie United i-tatts, including the loss of staves. In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and casued the seal of the Uni ted States to be affixed. Dono at the City of Washington this the twenty-second day of September, iu the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and sixty-two, and of ths In dependence of tho United States the eighty-seventh. Signed, ABRAHAM LINCOLN. Oy the President. Wm. II. Sawar, Secretary of Stale. HYi: FLO t'll. 6 Fi BAKiUii isirn linn p nil. ri.'"n, os O band and lor 'o at the Pioadway MM. li u. ll.r V, Aki u HUGHES' ' . ritr.viur?i ART GALLERY, Cr. Olleare and I'nin M. THIS GAU.EItT IS OPE DA1I.T FROM ?, A.M. to 5, I' M ,rl.Tf I'lrpit'- of ttif in-t tuinvnt DIM) may b wrn. Photographs, Ambrotypcs, MELAIXOTT ITS, t TTTEI'.TT TK"5, ViriSETTEr, nd lR Y1ITK, are ml. iu lh higl.t i I of wrlctia. WW Tin pnlilic f ri'p-tfiil'y IotIUI to l(t onr 0J!ry, rliT ail U'tiri unlr re w&rinl-i lo giv KK'i'fuciioii, it no clmrgc will l mal. 0tf'.!2-ljr Marshal's Sale. BT virtu of to l.m Kl Ys lo m dlrivlpii fr"m the I'lrrnil Omit uf lh I nllol Ktxtr (or Oi Mi.MIe I'iitri.l if Tun no ., I, K. it. ".l-or, lUr In aud !r cniil limtrirt, will xpoo to puliiiv hI'-, lo the Lilnt bl'liinr, fur rnxli, at Hie Ctiurt Ii'him rionr, in tli (.'il7 of NaOivlllii, on the '2ml ilav of tx-tol.nr, lB, nil tho rlglit, titlf, rlaim aud intor t which Tliomiu Barry, Washington Harrow, and A. V. t. llinllvy ami Wa-hiouloii Harrow, Ailnim i'lmtorit of John Sluihy, ilml, hava In ami to h following ilmionhil l.fi- or nam Ik of Lauil, to wit : A trai t of Lund, in Hum nor county, Tcunrawa, o liosha cwk aud It waters, beginning at a planted rot k aouthwit rortu r of .1 imud V liitosiilo'a, thiiiioe North V Kn"t ;7 polos to a I'lnutivi rock; tbonca North i ' 51 polra to a rock at Abraham M.irtlQ'a roruiT llu n' o North 10" Kant 1t"J ole to a rork at Slarlin corner; thenca North Ki Vs- Kaat 22 and 3 10 point to a itukis Iticnc North 0 olia to a ttk ; tbenca North TV Katt 22 pobn to a f ycamoro ; thonre South 21" .aft 3.1 anil 0-10 poloa to tho center of Mid rrtfk ; tlx nra down the aami', with lift nn'sn dera; tholioo South TS- Kant 1 polea, Wonlh 59 Kftt 11 polea to a point rmr tho t'Tminu of tba mill raoa; then.-e South 44" Went 3S lolf to aatuWc; tbsitca fh'iJ k wt 2.1 aiul 6 l'J l!ra to a corner to Culien GardnerV ', llifnce South 2t't" Went 88 ixdp to a flake; thonce Houtli (:M Vmt 113 and 9 10 potdi to a ruck thence Morth u'j4 Kant 125 ptdca to the middle of the creek; them e down theaame aa it meand'Tt by ottyettx, thux (South 01 Eat poles ; South 27 Kant 2 ) poli ; H"Uih it',t Kh1 CO poll' ; South Kaat 2S polen : (Viuth X," Han 13 polo) to a pile of rorki ou the e:ui b.iliK of the croek ; thence Kyrth 87J Wt-st 207 poleii, wilh lr. W. Mnntlow'i north bouuiUry, to a at.ike; thonce South 75 Voat 11 and 3 10 poir U a ntuWe ; thfin Boulll 1 Wcat ft Mlen, paaamr Pr. 11. lload'a corner at 14 poloa; thruce Bouth Eist 1GO polos; thent South 89,1,,'5 Weat 3-12 (Hiloa to a g.ite puht; thence South t aud 2-Kl polo lo a honey locust : Ihence Went SO and 4-10 ioles to a rock ; thence North 1 Kat 128 iniIub to a rock J thence rtoiilh f.'JJ' Fact XI P"les to rock ; thence North (t" Knst 122 ami 4 10 pniej to A stake J Ih'-no BotitU Kant 2.8 polei to the begltmlng. Alxo, a I Ho esUte iu Ijty ouo acres, which w.ls willed by Ijin ien J. llnrnt to h' wile Hurah K. (now Sarah V. Uiad) for her lite. AIo, a email traA aljolning thii above, it beinc tho mill tract of four ai res, to gether with the mill on the name. Said property be ing loTied upon to rati'ly a Judgment in laror of 8. 8. A K. K. BikHli aitainut llii.m.ui Burry, Wat-binirton Bar row, W. Harrow and A. V. H. Lindsley, Administra tors of John Shelby, drreaaed, rendered In Raid Court oo the 3rd day of Mx;, 100. Sale to take place at Id o'clock. K. K. LA OCK, augAMU ' i x. Marshal, M. D. T. Marshal's Sale. IV virtue of threo wrltn ol H fa, lo mo directed I from the Circuit tourl of the InKcd Huilog for tho Muidlu iiirlrtct of Ti nuea-ie, I, K. B. Ulascock, M iri.li il in and for ttnid Ihttrict, will expoeo to pnblio rale, to tin; hihot bidder, for rath, ai the Court II iurc door 'n lue city of N ishvllle, on the lSih day of Oetobur, SH2, all the rii;bt,tit,clujjn und interest which .Noble D. Kiln, has iu and to tho lodowlng do. nr i bed pltc or parc 1 ot laud, to. wit: In the loth dis trict ot iMMdaon county , TeiminHi e, ironi inir ou tno Vet idorf ll'icim i'ta 'furupike rd, about two mv lioin NiuihTllle, oo. ndeu a follows : I'opiomnt at a Hlako in the centre of naid Turnpike roau at the NorliHMutt loruer ot il ixwell Kenuiiin 'a or m i nve ucii,ainl runs with' tho North lino of said live acre, tract, bouth 71 i deft. ; l 70 64-100 poles to a stake on Uoelcy's liuv; tliene with Hoelty a hue North o dt tr ; WcKt 215 10 100 l'r to a slake, corner of a tr.ict ofelKbtcen arrea, eo'd by C. W. Nance and Jas. C. Owi-n to Jita. t liliwortli, TruUie for Davidson county; thenco with the Nmtli line of sanie, bouih 71 (log. Kul 6j K5-100 polos to a elaki) in tlie centre of Uuona Vu.tn pike rwd ; thence along centra of said road 18 dog., go 46 100 po'.ca to the bwzinnlu j, coo taining 8 aens, 120 square polea more or lu fal l proerty b -mg lcind uin to aiitixly jndmoDta in la lorof J. PetoraatCo.; Wliwton, Swift and Jobnaon at Clai k, liickor CUrk, renderod iu said Court, on the Soth day of April, 1802, against the anid Ellis, and Susannith Moore, Administrator of C. C. Moore da ceased, falo to take place at 10 o'clock, A.M. f. K. bUNUI.h, aopl4 141 1'. S. Maisnitl, M. P. T. Justices' Court. IlAKnaa CLLMi!t, I'tt'tr, It'tr,) In a VSouthm t. ) the l'ei suit before 0. II. ate. a Justice of 0. D. Ki-liott, Deft. eace foj Iferldson Count T.Tonnetwo. The plainliir, Hannah Callahon. Id this action har ingohtnined an Attachment against the defendant, C D. I'.lllolt, and isid to a Constable of said Coun ty, and rcturnod by him, lerlod on property belong, lust to the defendant ; and on motion of pialntitl, it apiwurlng to the satisfaction of said Justice, that the ut-rendaiit is a non-reetuout ot tne stale 01 lenneaeee. It i ordered tliat publication be made for four sue respire weeks in a aewspapcr publuhed in the city of Nashville called the " Union, warning the defend ant lo appecr before said Juslic on tho 11th day of October, lsti2, and plead, answer, or demur to aaid attachment, otherwise the cautw will be sot for hear ing stfurK on that OJJ. u. bx . DovTiiuAta., v.r. gept. 6th, 1SG2-4IW. pra. feo, $d.00 Proclamation of tho Governor. BT virtue of the power and authority In me vea tod, aa Military Uovernor of the State of Too- noseee. 1 do hereby appoint the following perxone lo hold and eKereiao tba fonctlona, of tb rej:tive of. fliaw atlachrd lo hia and their names, and to pvrform the duties thereof according to law, to wit : rtBST wao. John Carper, Alderman. James Turner and Wsa. Boberts, CAjunclltnea. BF.COKB WARD. Jos. J Bobb, Alderman. U. H. Uonthgate aud A. slyer Councilmen, t TRIED WASD. 4 M'iIIot, Aldorman. Andrew Anderson and Alex, ilcl'uniel, Couuctlmon. roCETU WAMD. n. O. Scovi l, Aldormau. h. 11. Iluft and Charles Savors, Ccuncbnoin. rirrn wasn. W. B CheathKm, Alderman. J. B. Know Id am! W, A. McClebund, Couucilinen. SIXTH wiao. M. M. Prion, Alderman. T- t. Yarbroojih and Voi. Ijiirer, Cenncilmeu. SSVSN1H WASD- M. O L. Claiborne, AJdcrmao. Wm. Stewart snd Thoa. Croady, Couuciluien. KIQHTM !. Joa. Smith. Alderman. Wm. iiaily and Win, (unborn, (otiucilmsu. In Thth WuKBior, I have here unto not my band and caused the Oreat 8 nl of tho Slate to l athied, at Mash. vide. Ibis (Vtulwr 1-1 1-0.2 ANl'KKW JOHNSON, Ootchko. Eowaiib II. Kast, bVorotary of but. Horses for Sale! ON B BAY SI A RK, accustomed to single harness, a sl"V and floe traveler. ONE I3110WN MAUK, good under the saddle, blooded aunnal nn Itxi lrvei-r ; alxo, ONIC lxXJIlLK SKIT OK II AUN KSS, alt of which w ill b sold chrup, aa ( owner dova uot need lueiu Apply to JOMAII B. A LI KM, ko2(t-l 47, Ooll k trt. CORN BIKAl T the Bioaiway Mil's. Li'uno .a D t'ICKST, Afcnt Marshar.s Sale. 11 Y Virtue of to rrMr M ft fit, to tim directed by l tte t irrnlt (Vinrt of tba' I'mled states, t tbe Niddi llistrirtor le!inrsrr, , R. R t,i. k, (r sbl in and for mid Ilistrk I, will xi - fir mle .nb hclf , li the h'ghrst bidder. o th l:h dv tit (K la bor, l .J, at thei toort Ilmwa door, Ift llva eilv of Nsvhville, sll the right, t-Ce, earn, and Inierent wh'ch John T. McKinley Ima la and to the following described lota, or treeia of land, la the town of 1M ur freeboro,Rullierlr4 rounty, t'Ule ot Trnatswe, to. goliev with the handing snd imprevrtni rt 0:1 the same, vis . a lot eonuming by esmnaiion HI0Tir lest, iron l,rg JJ feet oa the public square M atm freolro, running b k norlliward from aaul 8-iire I V) fet, without a bull ling on II, vetcl tn mid J. T. Mi Kl ley by iled r. intered in book 9 of the Kots. liT of Rcilisifoid county, psge tOi, aix a lt !eig. nil i in the original Uu ef said town of Mm frees, bora s Mo. 70. beginning at a stake, aouttieaei roriier of said loi, running tbencn West l-A fort , l a Uk, tlience west feet to Vt C- r:ctclir's rnrner, (h'nee nwth 6 fret to a slake on tho street, thence east with the atreel to the northwest corner of the I'reeliyterien tliiirch i t. thence meith IT) root id the beBtnmng, vi-sted in ild McKinley by deed renter O l in b"k A. pai;e f-31 1 a lot in Murfio. lxro, bomid it ri lollowa : beginning with a niak 24 loot nortii of said V( Kin ley's t,.ntli,-t coiner of l"l piirttiased from J'ines. (Ii-ik'o west 18A , f -et to tie street, Uience north e': fort to a stnwo, with said mrnot. corner of lot formerly owned by Fletcher, thence eal 8.ri), feet In a xlnke, thonce routU to the boguu.lng, vi-sted In sntd McKinley by deed rogiseued la book 7, pnffi 11)0; and a lot Imundvd as follows : bopinning on unrthwert corner of a lot owned by Janus MclK.well, 8 n., running thenco north with tho street 64 feet to the corner ol lh atroet, thence enxt with the street 72 fct to a fluke, thenco noutU hi feel to a nuke on anid Mi Howell's liw, tttenno weft with siild hue 72 frot to the bo' luning, vi-sted In :dd McKinlev bv deed regtorel Iu book 8, pai.'i-a 810. UU; snld pro-tx-rty being evi' d upon to siitialy a jiiouineiil in furor nl Do CVmrry, lifour"ude A Co., aciuiKt J. T. McKin ley, and a imlgmtnt la tavor ot Mc.ulor ami It to , iKdnct lia lft McKinley, rvudere.l in ta'd ( uurl 011 (iu Bothdiyot April, icfij, and on tim 1st !bv of May, lWi. Palo to take i lacu at 10 o'cloi k , A. M. fc. It. 4il.ASt.XM K. plS Uu L'. S, Wamiml, 11 1). T Marshal's Sale. 1 i ' BY virltift of a writ of Jl fa to me directed from the Circuit Court of the United Staten.for the Ml Idle District of Ti nnisnee, I, E R. t.lawock, Marshal in and for raid InMrtot, will expose to sale, pubiioiy, to ine utgm-ai ni icer, tor casn, at tnn court House door, In the c.ty of Nashville, on Iho 18th doy of Orlohe-, 1861, tho following s aves, property ol Allen B. Crock- ott, namely: Mtiy, about IS years of age, with lior Inliint ion, William: and Vetor, tenor cloven years of age; the slaves aforesaid having been levied oo to ftalixfy a judgment in favor ol ( lark, Adams A Clark, against A. 11. Crockett, rendered in said Court oo he 2)th. day of April, 182. Sale to commence at 10 o'clock, A. li. R. U. GLAS'XJCK. sepl2.14t. . U. S. Mwhal.M. D. T. JATK!VTEDOC r. 8.1801. i Ditlnitlsfo's Patent' OVAL LAMP ClIiMNCIS, Manufactured of XX IXITVT G L A MS Thrst. Cblmnevs am inLAndMrl for II.A e.i urn., ff.i I . flames, which heating all parts of the ' giaas eqany, noi not expose it to crack ing. E D. DlTHKIIKlr", . Foil I'iltGlnsa Work. Washiuebm street. 1'itssburg, Pa, Samples can be eei'a at tliij CfQce. Junefi ly. ' NASHVILLE (Edgefield) AND KENTUCKY EAILEOAD. TIME TAIILC No., 2, Takes effect on Monday, July 14. 1862 OOINC3- NORTH, ' 1.4-avea KabIIle at 2 o'ClocU, P. AI. OOINO BOUXII. Arrive at Nnahvlllo at 10.40, A. Itt. Couneota with Trains from and lo Clurksvllle at State Line. Jul 10-tf. 500 Horses Wanted! roil CAVALItY SEKYICls. FIVB HUVTHIKD COOD U3B8ES, BKTWKES four aud eiuht venrs old. and between flluvn and sixteen hands high, are wanted Immediately for 4JAVALHY bKKVlCB, for which reasonable prices rut ue paia. Apply to Capt. B. N. LAMB, on Vine 'Street. below Mrs. folk's residence. . , augle-tf . WANTED, rpEN OR FIFTEBH ABI K BOD JL led men, who are willing to serra their country, to fill up an old ergunited and well-drilled Bat tery of Mounted Artillery, which a"- has already dona good eervloe In tba nnit. For particulars, rfly to Cot. Mni.sn's Ilead- qtiarle'a, or in Camp on the Hardingville Pike, the ren.U.:sry. CAI'T. A. K. I BU81I. augl-tf Commanding 4th Ind. Battery. GEO. W. 8I1KWUAKBB. BY BON B. BOBB. SIIEWHAKER & H0BB, No. 11, 80UTH rOURTrl BTRKIT, (BSWSn MAkkBT AID WAIJItTJ,) ST. LOU I 8, BIO. E&tablislicii for the Benefit ef Strangers, warms to st. torn u sraam at lick, Wouadarl, or eo'.dieri that htT Died from "Wounds or Sickness. COKIUCCr INTtLUGKNCK WIIX hit Gl vkx or the conditio of any Hick or Wounded Itnldier la tT. I.OU1S. UH.'ISHXJC, a.VCINN ATI, NAaii Vll.IJJ, MOlM uu,! any o ner iiuspnai in tne western ltefMrtnionl. Ibis ia too (ott Army InteUigeoea Ottlc to the I'mtod Stales, and loft rniation regard, log tkildlrra from any part of the U.&. caa be given at any lime, by calling at, or waimui to the A say Urra iMMNoa Orrxa, l ost-Othca Bog No. U4t. . hi. If. Panaojsa ouanna to nr. Louis ia aauaca ot Thus Kaianoe will obtain all necessary mforniatloa by calling at aur OiBoe, No. 11, twuth IfourW Mtw4. lay is, iaaa ty E0OT3 and 811013. rpHB t'NDKHdIGHKI) WOULD RWPKfTrTIXY J. mlorta the oiltaeos of Nashvllls and the pubiie In gensral, that tbsy hava St ted up a housa, ho. 10, Union iMreet, whore they will oonstaqt )y keep a well. Seiectav rura 01 au oestripiKios 01 BOOTS & SHOES, Trunk, Valiaei, Carpet Bagi, Ac , which th.y will soil at tht lowest rate lor Cash, a Wholesale and fck-tell. M. WOKOAJWTfUM ubv23 Vo. lu.laWa Mrael. x I Ksf . b. b. coraon & bho C4!riiniM10?l JIMJnu.llH, I (XMXFCB fTWSJCT. mw Ktock J nag received antlror w tm e1a ! CoaalgBOafiata, e200B.bpV'lf,,"f,by (JTiN'XOR A BKO. 1 1 t 1 boiee rAl.I, In? sale by IV LI apt CDNVOR BRO. t( Oblls Burr., for salt br fJVJ apS ' COVNOK A BFIH. 4 f bb s. Coal OIL, lor sale by 4U ap t CONVOR A BRO. 10 balf bbls. Coal OU., for salt by apg CONNOR A BRO. Kf doaen HiUX)MS,for sale by luU apt. CUSNOR A BKO. 50 )AP, for tale by COVNOR A R".0 Pif boa MAiU il, I of asle by OKJ f . UISNOKABKO. 1 C itKHH 16 apt 'KHiaTk'A, lor sale by C0VX0R A BR'J ' If) half obeatsTSA, for de by Ct apt . ' CONKOHAOKO I 4) oa'dira TKA. (or sale by l-ss apt COSXHR A BRO. bottns Vesst fuWOKRS.fnr sl be apt ( UNSuH A BRO. KOi'A, lor tsle by CONNOR A Bktl. C( 6ro' MATCH tJ, lor salo by IVJV. apt, CoKNOR A Bl'.O. () r bmea btar CANKl.r.-, Tor sale by apt CONNOR A BKO nH'boxea COlitli, for ace by ZO apt OO'-'NOK A OO. ' Ubbla. VXNKUAK, f t salt by apt COXXOR A BRO. t rkiu SALMON, f r sale by IU apt C1IKX0B A BR Ci 4 kits KUCKKKF.l,, for ! by iHt ap t . CONXOR A BRO. T kit HERRIMGI, for sait by - sJ apt , . , (XNN0RABRO. 2 kits 8 apt SHAD, for sale by C0.VN0RA BRO. JQ bblsTROCT, for salt by ' CON'KOR A BKO. I bbls. MACKEREL, for salt by IU .ap t CONNOR A BRO. 4 bbls. CIDt-.K, lor salt by ap e CONNOR A BRO. 1 n botes dried UKhMMU, Pit sale by apt . . UlNVORABKO. boxot Dried Scaled, kx salt by AW apS CONNOR A BRO. 80 kegs NAILS, for salt by apt CONNOR A BKO. 50 bbls On.hel P ogar, for salo by - ap t CONNOR A BRO. . 1SK bags UfcAI., lorsaltby wJ apt - CONSORABBO. crtrt bbls FI.OCR, for sale by UKJKJ ap , CONNOR A BKO. O I caxks HAIrliS, for tala by ZJ ap t OONNO A BRO. On ""Its SlL'ty, lor sale by JU apt COX SoR A BRO. CYf( bbls tine t'OTATOM, lor sale by Uf "pa CONNDK St BRO. , 20 boxes froth (tardea SKKI), for aula by apt CONNOR A BRO. 8 bbls Onion KttTO, for tale by ap 1 (XtNNOR A BRO. 4tteroea Canvassed HAMH.wlth a large lot ol all A V sorts of (looda, which ws will clots out low, at our old stand, Ho. ft College street. apt H. H. IIUMNUK at HKtl. sTEAiu mora NEW Y0BK to LIVEBP00L. TUB BTBAMSHIP OEEAT EA8TEEN, AVaLTxa Fati'M, Omtnander, Will ba despatched Fiom l.ivsaroot Calling at Qumnttown, Faoat Nsw Toai. Saturday, July 2g Toetday, Jjeptember .lordly, Octolier tS Thortday, ..Deceniber 11 Psturdsv, .. ....Augonl Id Wednesday October 1 Tuesday, ,. .ovembr It ' This tnsgnitcent ship having proved bertelf oa- equalled for speel, safety and ooisfort (seasickness being unknown oa Board), Is strongly recommended, as the most eligible conveyance for patevngtrt. riairr gabib. situation, and aecommodaUon of the State Booms, all having tne same prtvitigee in ine e loons, and In rt gard to meals and attendance, ttuilea of spartm.ntt for families may be engaged by tpecial agreement. TICKETS FOB TUB V0TA0B to and from II VIB- l'OOLat a FARH AND A HALF tor first and Beoond Clans. Kerventa aooompanylng tiaasengera. and children under li years of age, half fare infant free. aooim tASi.v. Butt room berths, meals furnished at separata ta int, ...140 THian casta. Intermediate ftste Hoont pamengert fnnnd with beds, tMidding, table, utensils, and good substan tial (bad, f 68 tTssasoa, With tnptrlor accommodations, ... ...lii Each passenger allowed 20 tubie ft-et of luggaot. Aa txpsrtenced Burgeon oa board. or freight and passage, a oply to C1IAS. A. WHITNltT, At the office, Mo. 20 Broadway, N.Y. 110 WLAA'U A ASPiaWALL, Ag.uta. July 20, 1861 till Urti li. Recruits Wanted! emit ing olncor. . aurt-tr um next ooor oeiow tne vny iiotti. ; Robert iioonn & co., CINCINNATI. OHIO. -10NRJONMBNT9 OF fJOTTOK, TOBACCO, LaRD V raATUkiujaa4 r'ROUL'CK gentrsiiy, wUl racaivti our heat attealloa. tnayU Preigiiti for New York, PhU&delpM and Baltimore. WB ARB FORWARDING OOTTOS. TOBACCO. An. . a snort advantageous leru Ihaa If reealplcti through from Cumberland Kivtr. IIOMUUT XQtVOUB tV (LO. mayU CINCINNATI, OHIO. $25 REWARD! STOLEN, from R HCI-MTtR ANT), Jeweller, oa ft. ran street, OV1C PATKMT LKVKIl KNOLIHII OOUt WATCIf, manutMHured by Jno. Johnston, 1 IV srpool. The Watch It of tmaJI aise. with whIM dial, tngraved oa the intdda "fiao. W. liBia, fruoi b4 fuihvr la tht yeur IHoi;" on tbt oabid sngrarod "liotura llAaasa." Tht above Reward will be (mid for any UJoriuilton that way kwd to. tht recovery uf Hit property. U. H. SAXMkit. piaea-tf lamatvltt Jucroal p lutes tuff to tht ami. 'of ti 'COAL'! COAL! COAL! WE HAVR NOW AT FMITIILAND. netlaesl fTllit retail taarketef Nasbrtils, 75,000 BUSHELS I It I M JO PITTSBURG GOAL, Wna-h wiij arrive op.i flrsl rist la river. COMIAD, ( IinDLIX & CO. August 2Tth, H-tf GRIFFITH & PARSONS COMMISSION kERCHANTS AND WHOLESALS PKALKUa IK - Groceries & Provisions, ! " FAMILY, OE0CERIES. r PLANTATTnTa RTTPPT.Tfc . -VS!!, nniKi) nKKi HAMS, BACON SIDES, SIIOULDEHS, :C0FPEE3, STJ0ASS, TEAS, Mustard, Spice, Pepper, Nutmegs, BAGGING, ROPE, TWINE, SOAR?, CANDLES, MACKEEE X, Whitefiah, Herrings, ! ' 1IHOOM8, HUCKKTS, COARSE & FINE SALT. a CIGARS, TOBACCO, CAXDIES, FIUITS, WLVES, ROBACK BITTERS, Sattler.' Ooodi of all Kindi, , ii.'. .... I And many other artltiaa arrivinf daily purchajtct tor Cash, and told at small profit. ', Call atul Boa! ! CSIUFF1T1I & PAKSO.S, Vn.T fLIJXIB f?T.,tJA9HVlLLi,TE July Is Am. . ARSir IXTELLICEXCE OFFICE, No. 11, Bouth Fourth St, AIKT It IS, MO. i EsUblUbsd (or tbt btneftt pt slraasers Cotnlai to Bt. Louis ia search of SICK OR WOUNDED' and for persons llvlnn at a dlstaaot who eaa 1t to tba Army lntllifict OlHce and obtain r. ablt Inlurmatioa of any soldier that to4 listed ia tht ntatut of DlmoU, adiona, Okie, , MkAifen, ITis-w fin, Jflaaetoft, KmUttely mnd Uiuturi, C0BBECT IVTf.IJ0RNCt WILL BH CIVES Of any soldier frmn tht alva butet, whker Bir, Wonawaa, Kiu-ao, oa Tiaaa !BctKa.a4 ia what Patliet ht may iiava bee tn-a(ed,aad whert bit rttuneal U tustioaed. lafurnatloB will also bt given of Iht conditio ol any tick or wounded suldlor ia ft. luis, Lomstlit, Ctncinntti, Kashvlile, afouod City, or any llu'i tsJ la the Wsate-ra Da part meal i aad where thoe A la battle, or have died from tbetr woirade, are Ian ed aad wheit Uioat takea prist ue re art tan ,0od. ' Tht It the only Army latettl(Sw Offlet lath. Department of Hit MisWaalppl. or western IWiart m.ut, aad loforaistioo of auidiert from aay of tb above States caa be given at any time by caiilu t writing la tht Army Inteliljreaee 'tbet. i Persons writlr,- will plmn r1s the name o' tb ttldier, what bt.ui ht en Uled u, aad Iks aumt.r . hu rim"nt. tlaros U-rany kU4 ofAi ay Inseli. ' r will be Ti L-LLaaa, and aay prsou arklo will pleaae tnclaw lb aiauuit, ia order to seen? ' attanttuu ta thslr ioquirtea. m Addrtms: Army lutslltgeaet Omoe, W. l4nit,Ti la tare f. O. bV a late. (h.y It, l,i-lr Strayed or Stolen ! T.-'ftOM OMR Cf T1IR UT tT Till KI.'WJtlBKU; X itrrf Jark Any one one r.t i'olc tli. aultuai I Sivlng- inlvratatlMt o4 tbt setue will tt a iltat.i y r,.; ded I B. Q XVAI, II Niwlbjii wa.tr Si t lalyLU.