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piishvillc Linton,
For Freedom and Nationality.
R. C. K1EI1CEII, Editor.
Important Regulations inRelation to
Army Trains and Baggage.
Wah Departmhnt Adu'tGen'ls Office
Wahuisqtok, Oct. 18, 18G2.
General Orders, No. ICO.
The following regulations re establish
ed for armj trains and baggage :
1. There will be allowed
For headquarters' train of an Array
Corn, four wagons; of a Division or
Brigade, three; of a full Infantry Kogi
. merit, six; and of a Light Artillery Bat
tery or Squadron of Cavalry, three.
In no case will this allowance be ex
ceeded, but always proportionally re
duced according to the officers and men
actually present. All surplus wagons
will be turned over to the Chief Quarter
master to be organized, under direction
of the Commanding Generals, into supply
trains, or sent lo the nearest depot.
The requisite supply trains, their size
depending upon the state of the roads
and character of the campaign, will bo
organized by the Chief Quartermaster.
with the approval of the Commanding
Generals, subject to the control of the
War Department.
2. The wagons allowed to a regiment,
battery, or squadron must carry nothing
but forage for the teams, cooking utensils,
and rations for the troops, hospital stores,
and officers' baggage. One wagon to each
regiment will transport exclusively hos
pital supplies, under the direction of the
Kegimeiital Surgeon ; the one for regi
mental headquarters will carry the grain
for the officers' horses, and the three al
lowed for each battery or squadron will
be at least half loaded with the grain for
their own teams
Stores in bulk and ammunition will be
carried in the regular or special supply
trains.
3. In active campaign, troops must be
prepared to bivouac on the march, the
allowance of tents being limited, as
follows :
For the headquarters of an army corps,
division, or brigade, one wall tent to the
Commanding General, and one to every
two officers of Iiin staff.
For the Colonel, Field, and Staff of a
full regiment, three wall tents, and for
every other commissioned officer, ono
shelter tent each.
For every two non-commissioned c Ul
cers, soldiers officers' servants, and au
thorized camp followers, one shelter tent.
One hospital tent will bo allowed for
office purposes at corps headquarters, and
one wall tent at thoso of a division or
brigade. All tents beyond this allowance
will be left in depot.
4. Officers' baggage will bo limited to
blankets, one small valise or carpet-bag,
and a moderate mess kit. The men will
carry their blankets and shelter tents,
and reduce the contents of their knap
Backs as much as possible.
The Depot Quartermaster will provide
storage for a reasonable amount of offi
cers' surplus baggage, and the extra
clothing and knapsacks of the men.
t. Hospital tents are for the sick and
wounded, and except thoHe allowed for
army corps headquarters, must not be di
verted from their proper use.
G. Commanding officers will be held
responsible for the strict enforcement of
these regulations, especially the reduc
tion of officers' baggage within their re
spective commands.
7. On all marches, Quartermasters, un
der the orders of their commanding offi
cers, will accompany and conduct their
trains in a way not to obstruct the move
ment of troops.
8. All Quartermasters and Commissa
ries will personally attend to the recep
tion and issue of supplies for their com
mands, and will keep themselves inform
ed of the condition of the depot, roads,
and other communications.
9. All Quartermasters and Commissa
ries will report, by letter, on the lirst of
every month, to the chiefs of their re
spective departments at Washington, D.
C, their station, and generally the duty
on which they have been engaged during
the preceding month.
By command,
JIAJOK-OF.NEKAL IIALLECK.
L. Thomas, Adjutant General.
Select Articles of War.
(Za7.r( from the Revised Regulations for (lie
Annij, published by the War Department,
1801,ic the giwernment of the military
service with the injunction of the Secretary
of ll"r tltat they be strictly observetl.)
Am 32. Every officer commanding in
quarters, garrisons, or on the march, shall
keep good order, and to the utmost of his
power, redress all abuses and disorders
which may be committed by any officer
or soldier under his command; if, upon
complaint made to him of officers or sol
diers beating or otherwise ill-treating
any person, or disturbing fairs or markets,
or of commuting any kind of riots, to
the disquieting of the citizens of the
United Slates, he, the said commander,
who shall omit or refuse to see justice
done to the oflender or offenders, and
reparation made to the parties injured,
as far ns part of the offender's pay shall
enable him or them, shall, upon proof
thereof, bo cashiered, or otherwise pun
ished, as a general court martial may
direct.
Abt. 33. When any commissioned offi
cer or holdier shall bo accused of a capi
tal crime, i r of having used violence, or
committed any ofl'euco against the person
or property of any citizen of any of the
United States, such as is punishablo by
the known laws of the land, the com
manding officer and officers of any regi
ment, troop or company, to which the
person or persons accused shall belong,
are hereby required, opon application
duly made by, or in behalf of, the party
injured, to use their utnost endeavours
to deliver over such accused person or
persons to the civil magistrate, and like
wise to be aiding and assisting the offi
cers of jastice 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 refuse to deliver over such per
sons, the officer or officers
so offending, shall be cashiered.
Abt d2. Any officer or soldier who
fhall misbehave himself before the enemy,
run away, or shamefully abandon any
fort, post, or guard, which he or they
may be commanded to defend, or speak
words inducing others to do the like, or
shall cast away his arms or ammunition,
or who sliallquit his past or colors to plunder
and pilhge, every such offender, being
duly convicted thereof, shall suffer death,
or Buch other punishment as shall be or
dered by the sentence of a general court
martial. Art. 54. All officers and soldiers are
to behave themselves orderly in quarters
and on their march ; and whoever shall
commit any waste or spoil, either in
walks of trees, parks, warrens, fish
ponds, houses, or gardens, corn-fields,
inclosures of meadows, or shall maliciously
destroy any property wluitsoever 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 aro
liable to by law,) be punished according
to the nature and degree of the offense,
by the judgment of a regimental or gen
eral court-martial.
03" Art. GO. Wlwexer shall relieve the
enemy with money, victuals, or ammuni
tion, or shall knowingly harbor or pro
tect an enemy, shall suffer d6th or such
other punishment as shall be ordered by
the sentence of a court-martial.
O-Art. 67. Whiever shall be con
victed of holding correspondence with or
giving intelligence to the enemy, either
directly or indirectly, shall suffer death,
or such other punishment as shall bo
ordered by the sentence of a court
martial. A IMtOLI.AITIATIO.'V,
lly the Ircilnt of ilio l ulled
Kttatcw.
Washington, Sept. 22, 18G2.
I, Abraham Lincoln, President of the
United States of America, and Commander-in-chief
of tho Army and Navy
thereof, do hereby proclaim and declare,
that hereafter, as heretofore, the war will
be 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 thp next meeting
of Congress to again recommend the
adoption of a practical measure tender
ing pecuniary aid to tho free acceptance
or rejection of all the slave States, so
tailed, the 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, an immediate or gradual
abolishment of slavery within their re
spective limits; and that the efforts 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. Uiaton
Vie first day of January, in (lie year of our
Lord, one tluiusand eiyld hundred and sixty
three, all persons fold as slaves within any
State, or within any desiytudedpart of a Stale,
tlie people whereof sltall then be in reliellion
against the United States, sltall be 0en, Ownce
fortvard and fortver free, and the Executive
Government of the United States, including
(lie military and naval authority tliereof, will
recognize and viaintain the freedom of such
persons, and will do no act or acts to re
press such persons, or any of them, in
any efforts they may make for their ac
tual freedom; that the Executivo 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
rebellion against the United States; the
fact that any State, or the people thereof,
shall on that day be in good faith repre
sented in the Congress of the United
States by members chosen thereto at
elections wherein a majority of tho 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 State and the
people thereof have not been in rebellion
against tho 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, 18C2, and which act is in the words
and figures fallowing:
"Re it enacted by the Senate and Ihuse of
Rqnesenlatives of the United Stutss, in Con
gress aswiMed, That hereafter the follow
ing shall bo promulgated as an addition
al Article of Yi'ar for the government of
the Army of the United States, and shall
be obeyed and observed as snch :
Article: All officers or persons in the
military or naval service of the United
(states, are prohibited from employing any
ol the forces under their respective com
mands for the purpose of returning fu
gi tires from service or labor, who may
have escaped from any person to whom
sucn 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 be dismissed from the
service.
Sec 2. And be it further enacted, That
this act shall take effect from and after
its passage.'
Also to the 9th and 10th sections of an
act entitled " an act to suppress insnr
rection, to punish treason and rebellion,
to seize and confiscate property of rebels,
and for other purposes, approved July
17th, 18G2," and which sections are in the
words and figures following:
Section 9. And be it furtJier enacted,
That all the slaves of persons who shall
hereafter be engaged in rebellion against
the Government of the United States, or
who 6hall 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 the 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, shall be deemed captures
of war, and shall be forever free of their
servitude and not again held as slaves.
Sec. 10. And be it furtlur enacted, That no
slave escaping into any slave territory or
the District of Columbia, from any of the
States shall be delivered up, or in any
way impeded or hindered of his liberty,
except for crime or some offense against
tho laws, unless the person claiming said
fugitive shall first make oath that the
person to whom the labor or service of
said fugitive is alleged to bo due, is his
lawful owner, and lias 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 the
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 tho military
and 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 the Unite i Slates who
shall have remained loyal thereto
throughout the 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 compensated for all losses by acts
of tlus United States, including ilia loss of
slaves.
In witness whereof I have hereunto set
my hand and casucd the seal of the Uni
ted Slates to be affixed.
Done at the City of Washington this
the twenty-second day of September, in
the year of our Lord ono thousand eight
hundred and sixty-two, and of the In
dependence of tho United States the
eighty-seventh.
Signed, ABRAHAM LINCOLN.
By tho President.
Wm. II. Seward, Secretary of Stale.
Strayed or Stolen.
A BAT HOUSE, WITH T1IBKK WniTE LKOS,
white struitk on the forcheiid, heavy inane uud
lull; no murks. Any person giving information of
tho above named borne, will Twelve a liberal n'ward
for Mich, by calling on broadway, between Collrge
uud Cborrv street.
N. I). VER-'T,
Lieut, and Quartermaster 1st Ind'p'l Voia. 1
Nov7-lw
Proclamation of the Governor.
BY virtuo nf the power and authority in me ven
ted, aa Military Governor or the State of Trn
nosHex. I do hereby apHiilit the following persons to
hold and exercise the tmn'tiona, of tho renictive of.
floe, attach. 1 to hi. aud their names, and to perform
tho duties thereof according to law, to wit:
FIBKT WARD.
John Crwr, Alderman. Juinei Turner and Win.
Roberta, Cuumiliueu.
S SOUND WABII.
Joa. J Bobb, Alderman. O. M. Southgato and A.
Slyer Couucilmeu.
Titian wabd.
Ed Mulloy, Alderman. Andrew Anderson and
Alex. MvDauwl, Couuciluien.
roCRTH WABD.
n. G. Kcovel, Alduruiati. L. 11. Huff and Charles
Suyoi "JCeuucilniun..
FIFTH WABD.
W. 8. Cheatham, Alderman. J.B. Knowlosand W.
A. aIeC!ullaud,Couu:ilmou,
sixth Minn.
M. M. Ftrlcn, Alderman. T. J. Tarbrough and
Wui. Driver, Ctiunuilmeu.
SEVENTH WABD.
M. 0 L. Claiborne, Alderman. Wtn.Htewart and
Tho. Croudy, Couue.ilmeu. ''
F.IUHTU WABD.
Joa. Smith, Alduriuau. Win. Iliiily and Wm.
Sanborn, Couuciliueu.
In Tkhtimont WnrBBOF, I have here
unto I my hand and euised the Oreat
B'-al of the Kute to be milled, at hiun
Vllle. this Oeloher 1 t lhrtli
,.8
ANI'KKW JOHNSON, Qovebkob.
Edward II. Iur, becretory of Bute.
OCWWWi B TP H ELS C0 L. lust recehred
wVFtlHJM oil CoiiHtrnmenl, ami for ante.
order left at the yard, UlK.N'aK OK CKtiAH AM
CHK'IKV HTUKklx. will be promptly tilled,
wayl , I). DlCttKY, Agent.
WANT TO PURCHASE
TEN THOUSAND
Union and Planters' and Bank
of Tennessee Money,
FIVE THOUSAND
Chattanooga and other Southern
Money,
Which w will pay the hlchiwl price. Alfw, 00V
KUNMKNI CHECK,
W. E. CHILDS & CO.,
Norl2-lw BROKERS, 62 College street.
HUGHES'
Pit em i un
ART GALLERY,
Cor. College and I'nlon St.
fTHIS OAI.LBRT IS OPEN DAILY FROM T,
J. A.M. to 5, P.M., where Picture of the moat
eminent men may oe Been.
Photographs, Ambrotypes,
MEtAINOTTPFS, I.KTTERTTPES, VIGNETTES,
and OAKTKS UK VISITlt, aro made In the highest
tylo of perfection.
9The public are ronpectfnlly invited to vlnit our
Gullery, whore all pictures made are warranted to
g..c rniii-mcuun, or no cnargo win be made.
aiig22-ly
WAITED,
One Hundred Wood-Choppers.
'Pnt UNDERSIGNED IS IN WANT OK ONE
1 hundred Wond-cholmnrn. in i-l,l,.. mill K ......I
one dollar per cord for mtHnir wm.1 rnni . ,
uovernmeru.wiHW-yaru, near the Lonmvlllo lieimt.
ou. i WITKUW8KI.
LOST,
o
N FRIDAY, THE 21rt INST., NEAR THE
iiuniuuu, on spring street,
A CALF-SKIN WALLET,
containing a Rum of money. Tho finder will be lib
orally rewarded on Dresoiitnnr the n.iiiia nt tl.e nm,-.
of Sh. Tbufsdei, or to Jamb F. Atiif.ar.v, No. 05
ATENTED OCT. 8. 1801.
Dithridge's Patent
OVAL LAMP ClimWS,
Manufactured of
XX FLINT GLASS.
Theae Chlmnrvft rn tntnrl.1 fn twA n. ft
iiaoitia. wuil i iiiuil ntr m i n.r nr
guuui ei4auy,uoe9 D'n expose it to craclt-
Fort Pitt Gins Workd.
e. u. I'll tiniiXir,
Washington street
Pittsburg, Pa,
fttmple can be seon at this Ofllce.
June6 ly.
NASHVILLE (Edgefield) AND
KENTUCKY
RAILROAD'
, TIME TABLE No. 2,
Takes effect on Monday, July 14. 1862
GOING NORTH,
Leaves Nashville a 2 o'clock, P. ITI.
GOINO SOUTH,
Arrives at Nashville at 10.40, A.m.
Connect with Traina from and tn rinrlrevtiiA i
Slate Lino. JulvlO-tf.
GEO. W. SIIEWMAKER. BYEON U. ROBB.
SHEWMAKER & ROBB,
No, 11, SOUTH FOURTH STREET,
(BR1WM UARKR ASD WAlJICTf,)
ST. LOUIS, 1TIO.
Established for the Benefit of Strangers,
OOKIKO TO R. LOCI M ABCB 0
Sick, Wounded, or Soldier that hav
Died from Wsnnda or Sickness.
CORRECr INTtLUOKNCK WILL BK GIVEN OF
the condition of any Sick or Wounded Soldier In
ST. I.OUIS, IX)UISVILLK. CINCINNATI, NASHVILLE,
nuunu vii i , or auy o'ner noepiiai in ma western
iviurtmeut. This Is the o.ilt Array Intelheenoe
Ofllce in the United H talcs, and Information regard
ing Soldiers from any part of the II 8. can be Kiren
at any time, by calling at, or wkitimo la the Avar
LvrLU(iioi urriuB, rosl-omce Box No. 1848.
N. U 1'irso.n com Na to Ht. Ixji'i in iuioi or
thbib Kbibnii will obtain all necessary information
by caning at oar uuica, Mo. 11, boutu Fourth Hlreet.
juay is, ittou ly
BOOTS and SHOES, c&l
nnilB UNDKHStONRD WOULD RESPECT FULL T
X inform the Rltlloiifl of NaAhvllle and the nubile
In general, that they have fitted up a nnuee, No. II),
Union Street, where they will constantly keep s Well.
selected rJtotk of all deaoriptiou of
BOOTS & SHOES,
Trunks, Valises, Carpet Bags,
to. , which they will sell at the lowest rate tor Cash.
a) Wholesale and Uetall.
M. 110ROANHTKRN
)nne23 No. 10, Union Htreet.
Horses for Sale!
ON B BAY MA HE, accustomed to iiniile barneea.
howy and fine trttvfler.
ON K 11HOWN MAKK.good und'T tho (addle,
blooded animal and font triivliT ; alHo,
ONUS IkiL'HLK BETT OK 11 AKNKsS, all of which
Will be told Cheap, as the owner doe uot need them.
Apply to JOblAH u. AL1.KN,
augZG-lw 47, Coin-go street.
COUN MEAL,
AT the Broadway Mills,
lunoa
P. D PICKET, Ajent
KYK FLO Hit.
nr BARRELS FK1MH CKOl'NI) BYE FLOUR, OB
VJO hand and fur sain at the Broadway ft! ills.
jmwo I). D. L'lLKtY, Agent
I
1 M
B. B. CONNOR & BR0.,
corrtraiNsio.-t itikh chants,
NO. I OOLLKGK 8TRKKT.
New Slock just received and for sale
low to close out Consignments,
onn Bbla' for y
apt CONNOR a BRO.
1QQ boxes SALT, lor sale by
CONNOR a BRO.
OollaROPK, for Ml by
CONNOR BRO.
A f bbls. Coal OIL, lor sal by
'AW p I CONNOR a BRO.
t f half bbls. Coal OIL. for Sale by
lUipS CONNOR BRO.
150
doion BROOMS, for ak) by
pi CONNOR a BRO.
K f boxes SOAP, for ah by
0J apt CONNOR k BRO.
50
boxea STARCH, for sale by
P CONNOR k BRO.
1(y ononis TKA, for sale by
'w ap
CONNOR k BRO
It) halfc
14) apt
chest TKA, for alo by
CONNOR k BRO.
12
O cadn-s TKA. for sale by
P WNNWK k BRO.
io
boie Yeast POWDLR3, for sale br
! CONNOR k BRO.
20
c-teki SODA, Tor salo by
ap 8 CONNOR k BRO.
1O0
gross MATCHES, for sale by
ap 8 CONNOR k RRO.
Of boxes Btar CANDLES, for salo by
Q ap 8 CONNOR k
BRO
(Fy boie COFFKK, for salo by
CONNOR CO.
1 A bbls. VINEGAR, for sale by
ap s
CONNOR k BRO.
kits SALMON, f ir ale by
CONNOB BRO.
Q j kits M ACKEREL, for aale by
e ap 8
CONNOR k BRO.
5 kit HKHH1N0, for sale by
p8
2 kits I SHAi fo7sale by""
ap 8
CONNOR k BRO.
CONNOR k BRO.
19
bbls. TROUT, for aale by
ap 8
CONNOR k BRO.
10
bbl. MACKEREL, for sale by
p 8 CONNOR k BRO.
A bbls. CIDER, for sale by
ap 8
CONNOR k BRO.
1 f boxes dried HKKINU, for sale by
a J ap s
CONNOR k BRO.
1 f boxes Dried Sealed, for salo by
1U ap 8 CON
CONNOR a BRO.
gQ key NAILS, for sale by
CONNOR k BRO.
SAbH' Crushod Sugar, for sale by
OVJ ap8 COI
CONNOR k BKO.
15 bagiM&AL, for salo by
CONNOR A BRO.
500
bbl FLOUR, for sale by
ape
CONNOR a BRO.
Oft CttKk HAMS, for sale by
CONNO " A BRO.
2Q casks SIDES, for sale by
CONNOR k BRO.
20O
bbl Que POTATOES, for sale by
P 8 CONNOR at BRO.
20
boxes fresh Harden SEED, Tor wile by
P 8 CONNOR k BRO.
8
bbls Onion SETS, for (ale by
ap 8
CONNOR k BRO.
M tierce Canvassed HAMS, with a larea lot oi all
1 V aorta of (foods, which w will close out low, at
our old stand, No. 6 College street.
BP It B. B. CONNOR k BRO.
STEAM FUOiTl
NEW YORK to LIVERPOOL.
THE BTEAMSniP
GREAT EASTERN,
Walteb Paton, Commander,
Will be despatched
Fbom I.itkbpool,
Fbom Niw Tnu.
Call no; at Uuintun.
Saturday July 2fl
Tuesday, September 0
Saturday October I2S
Saturday Anirit.t in
Weilnesday, ....October 1
Tuesday, .. .November 18
inursuey, .. December 11
This mairtilnrent ahln having nmvmA . ..- 1 1
equulled forspeeil, safety and comfort (seasickuess
-..-..-.. ..ruuKiy reoommenuea
ss the most eligible conveyance for passengers.
riBHT CABIH.
rrom no tojl.-io each berth, according to the slue,
situation, and accommodation of the State Itooms, all
havinK the sain privill(ros in the Saloons, and In re-
fr-urii Lo mottla an1 Bthmjiuiirui U.. I ... ,.r a
for faioilivt may be eOKKt"i by iul agreement.
TICKETS FOB TUB VOYAGE to and from LIVER
1iiT -. - iii.iin .vi. . ...
I vuu laua unit a Xl&l. lor f irst
and Second Clam.
tbtrvmntm .nnimiian.lni. nnau..Mn..H A - 11
. . . WU...I.U(7 iihwiuiii, aim vimuren
ondor 12 year of atie, half fur ; Infant free.
State room berths, meal furulshad at separate ta-
" wo
THIBI) CABIS.
Intermediate Stata Itoom aaen;er fonnd with
tieas, ueiiuing, table, utensil, aud good substan
tial food, . $M
STBIBAQB.
With aperioraeconimudationa, $.18
Kach passenirer allowed 20 cuble feet nf lniruv
An experiunei Surgeon on board.
for freight and passage, apply to
CliAS. A. WniTNBV,
At the office, No. 2B Hroadway, N.V.
HOWI.ANI) k AbPIN WALL, AgenU.
July 20, 18C2 till Decs 12.
500 Horses Wanted!
roil CAVALIIV SEIIVICE.
I7IVB HUNDRKD GOOD H3RSKS, BKTWEKN
four aud eiuht Tear old. and between fifteen
and sixteen handH IiIkIi, are wanted Immediately for
CAVALRY t-tUVlCK, for which reaaonubl price
wm oe jiaiu.
Aptilv to Crr. R. N. LAMB, on Vina Street.
below Mrs. Pidk'i rualdenca. auul-lf
WANTED,
riEN OB FIFTEEN ABI E BOD
I leil men, who are wIIIiiik to
serve their country, to fill up an
old orRnnized and well drilled Bat
tery of Mounted Artillery, which
ha already done good servlc iu
Hie nexi.
Kor particular, apply to Col. Miii.ib's Head.
quartern, or tu Camp uu the Uardingville Pike, near
ute remu'utiary. iai i. a. K. lit nil,
augio-tr commauuiag 4th Ind. liattery.
Freights for New York, Philadelphia
ana jjammore.
WE ARE rORWARIHNO COTTON, TOBAtXX), he..
on more advantageous term than If recelnLcd
through from Cumberland Kiver.
iiuiiEitx nooiiK ic co.,
yl4 CINCINNATI, OHIO.
Strayed or Stolen !
T7ROM ONE OF TIU IXrTS Of THE SUIU'RIHER
X Oreyjaik. Anyone
Any on on returning the animal or
frivlng iuforioatiou of the
uie will bi suitably rewar-
ded
B. 0. BCOVAL, ol Nortbumiuer Ht
Julyl tf.
2&
. ROBEIIT MOORE & CO.,
CINCINNATI. OHIO.
Liv-r.nitriiaia vr virrillN, TtHlAULw. LARD
FEATHERS and 1'RODUCK generally, will recelv
our beat t ten lion. may 14
GRIFFITH & PARSON!
wwiumiuoiuij
MERCHANTS
AND WHOLESALE DEALERS Uf
Groceries & Provisions,
FAMILY GROCERIES,
PLANTATION SUPPLIE3,
DRIED BURP,
m w w vmr-ifv v rm rj
HAMS, BACON SIDES,
SHOULDKits,
COFFEES, SUGARS, TEAS,
Mustard, Spice, Pepper, Nutmegs,
BAGGING, ROPE, TWINE,
SOArS, CANDLES,
MACKEREL
Whitefish, Herrings,
COARSE & FINE SALT,
CIGAKS. TCHtArvv
,
CADDIES, FIIUITS, VLES,
ROBACK BITTERS,
Suttlers' Goods of all Kinds,
And many other .rtlole. .rrlvln. dllIljr
for Uh, and sold at small j.roQt.
Call ami Bee.
GRIFFITH & PARSONS,
No.T COliEGE ST., NASHVIIXE, TENS
July 18 am.
AJUir IXTELLIGEXtE OFFICE,
No. 11, South Fourth St,
SAINT I.Ol IN, JTIO.
fcUblUW .r. Oon,,n,te
SICK OK WOUNDED'
"to H1f.Pr?0Mi ,!r!.n" ""ne wlio can rite
an. ?'T ,,,tol,"e 'm..nd obtain rell
Bbl. iBformatlon of ay ,,,.,
listed In the HttM f
niiw., Indiana, Ohio, Juva, Michigan, WUeom.
tin, Minn-ota, Kmtuckp and itiuourt.
CORBrX-T INTEIXIOr.VCE WII.I, ns fJIVKM f)
o ny soldier from lb. alie Htates li.i
Information will ,l. (lf t, eonrt, f
any sick or wounds fc,idler In Ht. Loul. iTii
Clurlunatl, Nb,lll, Mound fit,, or nuTu"i"&
u b. Western Department , and .h-ri M
In tattle, or b.,, die, ffom woneds. a" Vuri
nned."U1 Whr' lhl"U' UkeB l'rtau
,JUi '" "n'y Army Int.dllKenc Offlo In the
Ilet-artmen f ,h. f..l,,pi, 0Kr Wu.rB ll?,,.r;
fttflrOIl Vrlltii will .1. ... ..
p . . ' vw "iu Km,
HI null .n ,J'U.':'-AH' " 1-r.oB rltlng
.n&Tn1t:;;rlr,,uut' 10 "
AddrtNiB Arm i..t..m .... ...
-
Recruits. Wanted !
eriiftinir otflrAP.
om next door below the City Hotel.
$25 REWARD!
STO!.KM,froni R. FHTLDr- nRANT, Jeweller, on Vn.
lou BlrfMil W Pa rii v p r l l'lii lL'ii i-i
ooi.o watch ,:.",.'. v" ,": ?"
riol. The Watch is ol small site, with wluie'dml",
"u iii. ni.i 'i i,u w. iimri, ir.im nix
fmh.r lu lb jf1:i.r jhiA;"on the ontlde ehirraved
'Hobacb llANaas." The alxivo Ki-ward will be paid
for any iidonuailon il.k.t i. M.i u.. ... ........
the roMrty. II. II. 11 AN At tK.
iiuo-ir
Uulsrll. Journal idtas oy to the mt Vf 3
piFTEEM RKCKL'ts ABK WAVTKO fOK t
M(rj A," First Jennraw krttkrj, P
who will rNxdve the rurular IMifJNTT", Ba. Iwl
lions, and Clothing. In sdilltiun, THlljfiili
I'OLLAltH. naid as min u tli.a .i.Ii.i l,. HA '
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