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V 11,1,1 AM KIlANE, lieardr.
Jfaral W. II. Wllkluion, A. C. Tucker,
0U nd Jamce A. HUolo.
ing Clmk oflh Jrartrt . lotin Chambly,-0WIh't;
fof Joi. U Ryan.iecoml ; nd John KcJdlck, third.
Tarn Aor William lrtT-r.
Uevenn Collector.. II. Shankland.
Waltr Turn Collector V.. B. Garrott
Trrnmrtrll. lii'nty.
Wharf Matter Tie una Iz-akc.
Bim-intendent of th Workhnu 3. Q. Dodd.
-hipertnfndeni rf th Water WvtIci Jiimn Wyatt.
Chief of th Fir Vepartment John M. Soabury.
JWMi ot the Cemetery J. II. MtlSrlile.
fitroei OieruerJ. h. HUiwurt.
City Attorney Ji'hn Md'hidl fimitli.
Hoard of AlUrmen M. M. Drlou, I'rutiiduut ; J. K.
KBwman.O. A. J. MayfluM, II O. Hrnr.-I, Wm. S. Cheat
ha'n, J. U. fmilli, M. 0. 1.. Clutb-irnti, and Ja. Kubb.
Common Council S. V. Johoh, I'roM loot j William
RobnrtH, T. J. Viirbrmitfh, Win. lirlrer, Wm. Stewart,
Loula IInt!h, W. Mulllna,.l'"'", Turner, G. M. Houlh.
jiato, A, J. 0lo, Js. Iavm, Andrew Andereon, J. B.
linciwli'n, and John Orcady.
rinance Knowl'H, tVrivi-l and Colo.
WW Worht Audiimon.Pmith aud Clalboruo.
llayflidd, Clif alii uu and Claiborne.
Wharf Newman, Stewart aud Turner.
Jli-pUal Junea, Muytlold aud Sloan.
Bchool Cheatham, Mayih-hl nml Knowlon.
fir iM;.-.rlmf.i-Cri-ady, Iirlrorand Nowman.
(1M invnr, Cheatham and Ihivli.
0mctery Smith, tUowarl aud Newman.
Market Home Hubert, Stowart and Turnr
filatirt Hough, Claiborne and lHtylB.
oli- Chealhnm, Uriel! and Anderson
fyirinj Ilounh, Claiborne and Hrlon.
N'urtdiwM Cheatham, May Held and Koowloi.
Improvement and Expenditure Colo, Scovol aud
sat Crrady.
FiiMws Property Itrien, Cheithnm and lamer.
Vent Home Maylleld, Jouee and Huberts.
-Tbo Board ol Aldi-rinun iimeta tho Tuesdays
11' ooxt nrecedlnir tho peeoml aud fourth UiurBUuyB iu
!ttr each month, and tho Common Council tho second
and fourth Thuwdaje in eucli inoniii.
Cui'tain Johil Uaiigh.
Hrt LieutenaiU Win. Yurbroii((li.
-C"lel Lieutenant .Mill II. l.lViP.
Policemen Win. Jackson, John Cavender, Nich Ia
tU.Joi.l l'liilliliu, Win. Ilak'-T, John Cotlrcll, William
l.ayo, John K.nnlm, J. W. Wright, John l'uckelt,
raa Kobert Scott, W. C. Yi ancln, Thomaa Krancla, Andrew
in J Joyce, Havid Yates, and Charles llulllt.
j-Tho I'olicu Court Isoiienrd every morning
uiuu o'clock.
Mn-fir James M. lllntou. Depnlic Thoiuaa Hob
you aud J. K. 11m Ionian.
HeijUer I'liineiis (Jitrrelt.
TrueteeVl. Jas..-r Taylor.
(i,mm,r II. lielchur.
llamjer John I oili.lt.
ltevenue ilUet.,rJ. l. Ilriley.
liailrmU Tax lULclor W. I). KobortBou.
OutulMe for the SathviU Outrict John I), (iowor
and J. K. Newman.
JuAuk Hon. James Whltworth.
Clerk 1'. I.indHley Nichol.
The Judire's Court meets the first Monday In
i each month, and tho Quarterly Court, composed of
tUo Maiis'.ralea of the County, Is held tho first Hon
iy In January, April, July and October.
JWy Hon. Nuthauiel Baxter.
OrfrIavld C. Love.
jf)j-Tho (Vuirt moots the first Monday in March
and Hrplcmber.
S Jnije Hon. William K. Turner.
0Mk i:harleK K. I'lugons.
,-Tlio Court ineetH tho (list Monday lu Ajirll Au
tuQ gUBt aud Deceinlier.
Oumeellur Hon . Siinuid P. Krlenjoa..
Clerk and tlatier J. K. U leaves.
a-Thn Court meets tho llrnt Mondt 9 May aud
I. 0. 0. F.
JuUM V. Hiiis.lii aiid Sei-n-tiiry. should bo
at Kiuhuille, Tmn.
Tenneuee LfUe, So, 1 MeelH every Tuea.lay Fve.i
tiiK at h I r ll.ill,ou Hie corner ot I uloii and Sum
nier street. Tile ollleem for the pi enu.t term, are
O. S. Inueur.N li.; J. K. Mill.-., V ti.; J. U Weakley
(hi PoorcUry; L. K . Spain, Trivmurer.
wll Train Lodae, Ko. 10 MeeU at the eamo plae,
an. every Uouday Kveumg. The olllecri aro : K. A
' Gampbell, N.U.; Heury Apple, V.O.; J. I.. I'ark
rVcretary ; U. F. ilrowu, Treanuror.
Rmilry Lodj; 'JO Meets at their Hall, on South
' n,.., nirenl. everv Kri.lav rvi'iiius. Tho olllcers
li are: 0. C. Covert, N Q ; Frank Harinan.T fi.J James
r(,j Wyatt, Sccrolary ; W. M. Mallory, Tn usurer.
ivr- to.li1, A'o. 10S, '((lermaii) Meets at the
'Hall, eori.er of I'uion and Summer street", every
' Tliarsday Kv.nlug. The efncu are : Cl.arlos Uich,
S M ii.- 1'. Fr.edina', V 0 ; Blllcrlluh, SocreUry ;
Soo. beil'erle,Tr."surer.
arO HtJjely faeampmenl, No. 1 Wevtn at the above Had
on tho first and llurd vt ednesdays or own nmniii.
) The ..(Beers are: J. K. Mills, C.I'. ; T. 11. Mcllride, III. ;
IU0 U. F- fuller, HW.; luler lhirns, Jr., J W. ; John T.
ev HH, Kwibe ; K. Culler, Trea umr.
OI 01., lhanch L'tnettmpmmi, A i. 4 Meets at the
Bt above Ha l ou the second unl fourth Wednesday
IU1 nights of each mouth. 1 ho HhY. rs are : 1m. T IV-Ii,
La C.I'.; Henry Apple, H I"; Mokr, S.W.; H. Fried-
OO niau, J W.t Chalk li.irc.Ur, Sotibuj J. il. Wiud,
of Tvuror.
Dattdsoit Cotjntt Dibectobt Coiilinued.
to HoadquarUrs oo Ui(h Itnet. Oea. Negley,
ijlric Headquarters on Summnr street (Dr.
Ford's rnsidance.) W. H. Bidell, Ma). 16th U. 8. In
fantry, A. A. A. O.
Prorott Blarthal Hradquartors at the Capitol. A.
C. C.lllem, Col. 1st Tenn. Infantry.
C7iiV Atittant Qnartermatter Headquarters on
Cherry street ; No. 10, (Jmbe CatDn's reiidence.)
Capt. J. D. Bingham.
AuUlnnt Quarlermatlrr No. Cherry street. Cajd.
R. ytevensoo.
Auulant QnarlermaMer Vino atroet, near Mrs.
folk's renidnce. Cupt. K. N. Lamb.
AuitlaiU QuarlermatUrNn. 87, Market street.
Capt. J. II. Hale.
Chief Commimary Headquarters, No 10, Vino St.
Capt. R. Macfeely.
CommiMary of Sulaisienoe Bioad stroet. Cupt. 8
Acting OmmiMary of Mmttence Corner of Broad
and College streets. I.ieut Charles Allen.
Metlictil IHrertor Summer street. (Dr. Ford's old
rcHidcne.e.) Surn"on, K. Swill.
MetUeal l'nrreym'i OQlce. Church street, Jlaonic
Building. J. R. I'iiitlk, Surgeon, 8th Kentucky In
fantry, Acting Medical Purveyor.
or tiis
Thk Nasiiviu e I'.vion was commenced a few weeks
siuce, for the puriOHe ol opposing the Rebel Southern
Confederacy, and of advocating tho restoration of
rcuor il authority, without any abatement, over all
the Slates winch have attempted to secede. It lioliln
as friends all who support, ami as foes all who oppose
tlie l nion or the htates. It has no watchword but
Fkkkixim and Natioimutt.
With rebels and truilo has no compromipo to
make. It contends for tho Federal Constitution and
the Laws made In purnuanco thereof as tho Pi-i-kkvi
Liworrus Land, anything iu tho Constitution and
Ijiwsofany of tho States to tho contrary notwith
standing. It contends for tho I nlon of the States, because
without it the preservation of our liberties ami Inptl
tutions and the nrguiizntinn of society itself uro
wholly Impossible. Therefore, whatever stands In
.ho way ol crushing out tho rebellion and restoring
o Kiiiou munv periKn, no matter liy what tiamo it bo
To tho people of Tennessee, eyer renowned for their
devotion to Liberty nnd Cnion, until they wore be
trayed to the rebel ilot-iotiKin at Richmond by a per
dious Hovernor and corrupt liBlatiire, and who
have felt so heavily tho nwlul curso of treason and
anarchy, wo opieal for support. I Ait tho names of
reiM'i oiiice nonii rs, Vigilnnce ( ommitlecs, and Minute
Men, win, have filled our borders with niournmir. he
giblietled before the world. lAt IhoHe umhitious aud
avaricious men who have plotted our ruin for tin ir
own nggramliztmciit be fastened to tho pillory of
shame, no matter how hiirli their -iti. n m mcietv.
lA-t It bo shown how ll h ted stvied ilelenders of
"SouUiern Ki'lits" are now lending marauding hands
of Iroe-booterM aud tnos troopers over our St. 'to, kid.
napping negroes, liieiiinig horses and cattle, lireakiug
lino iiousok, oiiroing railroad bridgi and cars, aud
murdering unarmed c lizi ns In cold blond. l,et the
truth, ho long excluded liy the Southern conspirators,
now circulate freely through every neighborhood,
and our ause will assuredly triumph. Will not loyal
men everywhere aid c.H in the dissemination of facts
and tho advocacy of Free (ioverumentf
Terms of Subssriptious in Tar Funds,
Daily Colon, single ropy, per annum JS 00
" " clubs of leu. each 7 do
Tri weekly, single copy,. 6 Oil
" clubs ol ten, each 4 00
Weekly, single copy, U t 0
" clubs of ten, each 1 50
4A11 communications on business with thoOfllce,
will ho addressed t0 tho ITHUSHKK8 of the UNION,
aud all communications to tun Editor will be address,
to S. C. MKHCK.il
F.dltorsof loyal newspapors will do iw a groat kind
uess by ro-publishing the foregoing or Us rubstanco
inooiirreiit transactions in Tennessee fir months to
Kimo w.ll ho highly Interesting to all lovers of their
country and nor free Institutions, and tho columns of
tho C.mox w ill furnish tho earliest aud most reliable
hlrilory of Ihoao events.
( ran uiiw oi lshh to oonhtitpti a aqcAri )
1 tiquare, 1 day, $1 Oe ach addltona insertion f 60
1 week, sou ea.ii additional squaro 1 f)0
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Tns hatich win. ns as follows :
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Advertisements occupying any si tcial position in
tiiie, vo per cent, additional , rpcclal Hition (ititsuie
10 per cent.
Advertisements Inserted lu the focal Column
chained at llieiateol twei.ly celilH per ile.
Changes may l,n made periodically when agreed
upon; lull every nu ll change w ill iuvolvo extra ex
pense.to lie paid tor hv the advertiser.
AdvertiAer exceeding tKeiac enbrated for trill
o cniirjea ror in 94ce.
IMiirrlHffe und Funeral Notlrre,
When eireedinn five lines, will bo charged at the
usual u.iverl i nn ralie.
Annoiiiirenientw of ( uiidldii t-e.
Cos Statv (irviiian (10 HO
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-h requ'.r l l i a lvtnce for ail advortixemenlB
aniens by isikh.uI atri'eiucnt.
Vie, tlis undersigned, liave this day adopted the
abov iat, lu w'.mJi we blud ourselves strictly to
WM. CAMIKON, for the Vnwn.
JD'IN WAI.LACK., fur tke Ineptta
Siiniu.e, Tcuu , July 11, lsi.
ruliUshfl hy on Aswcialim of Printers.
Office on 1'rlntersjt Alleri between
Union and Dcaderlclt Street.
the President of ilie I nltrd
Wabhinotov, St-pt. 22, XRC2.
I, Abraham Lincoln, President of tho
United States of America, and Commander-in-chief
of the Army and Navy
thereof, do hereby proclaim and declare,
that hereafter, as heretofore, the war w ill
be prosecuted for the object of practical
ly restoring the constitutional relations
between the United States and the peo
ple thereof in which Stales that relation
is or may bo suspended or disturbed; that
it isniy purpose upon the next mcetine;
of Congress to again recommend the
adoption of a practical measure tender
ing pecuniary aid to tho free acceptance
or rejection of all tho slave Slates, so
called, the people whereof may not then
DC 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-
I ing there, will be continued. 2 hat on
(lie first day a January, in (lie year of our
Lard, one tuiuiand ehjlil hundred and sixty-
three, all persons lield as slaves within rtvy
State, or within any designated part (fa State,
llie people whereof shall tlwn be in reMUon
against (lie United States, shall he then, thence
forward and forever free, and tlte Executive
Oivernment of tiie United Slates, including
tite military and naval authirity thereof, viill
recognize and maintain the freedom if such
persons, and will do no act or arts tore-
press such persona, or any of them, in
any efforts they may make for their ac
tual freedom; that the Executive w ill, on
tho first day ot January aforesaid, by
proclamation, designate the States, anil
parts of States, if any, in w hich the peo
ple thereof respectively, shall then bo in
rebellion against tho 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 tho United
States by members chosen thereto at
elections wherein a majority of the quali
fied voters of such States shall have par
ticipated, shall, in the absence of strong
corroborative testimony, bo deemed con
elusive evidence that such State and the
people 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, 18G2, and which act is in tho words
and figures following:
"Beit enacted hy tht Senate ami J louse of
liepreientattves of tlie United Statss, n ton
gress assniJlel, That hereafter the follow
ing shall be promulgated as an addition
al Article of War for tho government of
tlie Army of the United States, aud shall
be obeyed and observed as such :
Article; All oflicers or persons in the
military or naval service of tho 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 v!alor, w tio may
have . Heaped fioin any peiHotl (o w hom
such service or labor is claimed to be
due, and any officer who shall be found
guilty by a court martial, of violating
tins article shall He dismissed liom the
Sec. 2. And 1 it further enacted, That
this act shall take effect from and after
its passage.'
Also to the 'Jth and 10th sections of an
act entitled " an act to suppress i.isur
rection, to punish treason anil rebellion
to seize and conliscate pioperty of rebels.
and for other purposes, approved July
17th, 1802," and which sections are in the
words and tigures following:
Section 9. And 1 it further miffed,
That nil the slafes of persons who shall
hereafter be engaged in rebellion against
the ijovcriiment of tho United Statcs.'or
who shall in any way :ive aid or com
fort thereto, escaping from sin h persons,
and taking refuge' within the limiis of
the army, and all slaves captured horn
such persons, or deserted by Iheiu and
coming under the control of iho liourn
luent 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 il furtlter enacted. That no
slave escaping into any slave territory or
the District of Columbia, from anr of the
States shall bo delivered up, or in any
way impeded or hindered of his liberty,
except for crime or some offenso against
the laws, unless the person claiming said
rugitivo shall lirst mako oath that the
person to whom the labor or servico of
said fugitive is alleged to be due, is his
lawful owner, and has not been in arms
against the United States iu tho present
rebellion, nor in any w ay given aid or
coin fort thereto: and no person eugatrtHi
in the military or naval service of the
United Slates 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 jhtsoii or
surrender up any such person to the
aimant, on pain of beiug dismissed
from the service.
And I do hereby enjoin upon and or
der all persons engaged in the military
and nav.il service of tho 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 duo time recommend that
all citizens of the United States 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 ly acts
of the United SUttes, inclwling tlie loss of
In witness whereof I have hereunto set
my hand and casued tho seal of the Uni
ted States to be allixed.
Done at the City of Washington this
the twenty-second day of September, in
tho year of our Lord one thousand eight
hundred and sixty-two, nnd of tho In
dependence of the United State9 the
liy tho President.
Wat. II. fSiiWAitn, Secretary of State.
The Maryland Secessionist Farmer.
An army correspondent of the J'.uffalo
Kr press has made the following graphic
sketch of the Maryland farmer, which
is said to square with the experience of
our ollicers :
"When your camp is in the nejighbor-
hood of his house he sends you presents
of peaches, pies, aud worm-eaten apples
lie cultivates your acquaintance and al
lows his slaves to sell yon milk, and then
in a little while he puts iu his bill for all
his presents, and asks you a monstrous
price; and when he charges you with
gallons of milk where you had quarts, he
coolly assumes that you shall pay for all
ho sends by his negro, and not for the
moiety which you receive. And then
when you tell him to go where he is not
due until he departs ibis life, ho comes
down several pegs aud calls it a misun
"You ride up, hungry as a wolf, to his
gate. 1 here is no tavern for miles. II
informs vou with a princely and baroni
al air, that ho has entertainod thousands
and never took a picayune lrm any
man; that no one was ever turned from
his door, and says, '(ientlemen, won t
you alight?' You go in, he gives you
good coffee, greasy ham and water logged
potatoes, (he is usually just out of but
ter,) and when, like a northern mudsill
you offer him pay, he says: "No sir; I
can always givo a eiiilcinau a meal
without pay; that s lor the women or
niggers; 1 never take no pay myselt.
Aud so you pay the women or niggers
double price for a poor meal, and he takes
the money away from tluni as quick as
your back is turned.
"You pitch your camp in his neighbor
hood, lie has a straw stack, half this
tles and the rest weeds. You are in a
hurry, and the quar'erniastcr is busy ;
he wont sell anything, and you tako
what you want, he suggesting that as
the easiest course, and talking good na
turedly while your men go oil' with the
straw. The next day ho goes to I'alti
inore, tills his own etory to (itncral
Wool, and you get a reprimand for pi li
ning. CoiiM-qiienee is, our Maryland
farmer pels twenty dollars a ton for lour
times as much straw as he ever had.
This he thinks bitter for hiin th.iu hou
est weight."
Some atio!oer predicts that Dec.
2,'ith is the only Im.kv day for uiiir
ryiiig this year. Mauiagcabht young
pel sons h ill please make a botu of it.
FonTPF.ss Monroe. Dec. 2. General
Jones is in Richmond sick. There are
but slight hopes of his recovery,
A Conlcderate .States navy is now
the leading idea among the rebel leaders
of the South.
The steamer Keltric was run into and
sunk off the Panamas recently. She
was built in Scotland for running the
Tho Raleigh (X. C.) Progress of Nov.
27th gays Major General G. W. Smith
is in Petersburg in command of a force
sufficient to guard the approach to Rich
mond from that direction.
Tho Examiner of the 20th. savs the
next session of the Confederate Congress
commences at Richmond on the second
Monday in January.
1 he Charleston Courier of the 2.th
ult. says the enemy has from ten to til-
teen wooden vessels lying in sight of
the city, where they have been for
montths, notwithstanding our having
means tor reaching and sinking every
one of them with perfect safety to our
selves. " Is Mr. Mallory waiting for all
of Mr. Lincoln's Ironsides to bo finish
ed? Washinoton, Dec. .1. The Navy De
partment has received from Com. Parker
the particulars of the recent expedition
into the waters of Matthew Co.. Va
with the laud forces under Gen. Negley.
They scoured the surrounding country,
destroying twelve salt-works, burning
.0(J bushels salt, live schooners, two
sloops, a lotof scows and boats; capturing
s lighter and twenty-four large canoes.
Iho United States gunboats Seneca
captured off Charleston the schooner
Annie Dees on the 27th tilt., while try
ing to run the blockade w ith turpentine
and rosin. Among these aboard wero
four persons bolievad to be pilots for
vessels trying to run the blockade.
in the court martial of filzjohn Por
ter to-day, Gen. Roberts, Inspector Gen
eral of Pope's army, read the charges
and specifications against him, to which
Porter pleaded not guilty.
Washington, Dec 3.
Senatk. On motion of Mr. Anthony,
standing committees of the Senate were
appointed the same as last session.
Mr. Sumner tnkne tlm tilaoo of Sir.
Simmons on the Committee on Finance,
and Mr. Arnold the place of Mr. Thomp
son on the Committee on Commerce.
Mr. Lane of Iddiana, offered a resolu
tion that the Committee on Patents in
quire into the expediency of abolishing
the Department of Arieulture. Agreed to.
Mr. Wilkinson offered a resolution
that the Committee on Military Affairs
inquire into the expediency of reporting
a bill for indemnification of the citizens
of Minnesota who have suffered losses by
the Sioux Indians. Adopted.
Mr. Sumner offered a resolution that
the Secretary of War be requested to
furnish tho Senate with any information
which he might possess with reference to
the sale into slavery of freemen captured
or seized by tho rebel forces, and slate
what steps have been taken to redress
this outrage on human right. Adopted.
Mr. Sumner also ollered a resolution
that the Committee on Military Affairs
bo directed to consider the expediency
of providing by law for the establish
ment of a corps composed of men es
pecially enlisted for hospital and ambu
lance service, with commissioned ollicers
to command them, who shall luve tho
entire charge, under the medical ollirirs
of tho hospitals, so as to enlarge the use
fulness of this humane service, and givu
the efficiency derived from the organia
tion. Adopted.
Mr. Hale gave notice that he should irJJ
troduco a bill repealing the acts estah-
l:.i:...- .1 r . I - . i c ,r
UMiuig anil equalizing i nr graucv oi oui
cers in the navy, passed July, J12.
1 lie senate went .into executive ses
sion, aud, upon the opening of the doors,
The various committees wero called
upon for reports, but none were made.
Sir. Calvert ollered a resolution,
which was adopted, calling on the
Commissioners of Patent to inform
the House what amount of the
agricultural fund has been expended
since the 1st of .July last to tho tin.o
when the accounts and books were trans
ferred to tho Commissioner of Agricul
lure, specifying the items, and whether
any contracts are unsatisfied ; if sc
what is the amount due, and for what :
also that the Commissioner of Agricul
ture inform th House what amount of
tho agricultural fund has bu n expended
under his direction, specifying (he
amounts, c.
Mr. IIolinaR offered a resolution in
structing the Committee on Military Af
fairs to report a bill so amending- the
fifth section of tho act authoriiog the
employment of volunti-ers to enforce tho
laws and protect the public prop, r y, ap
proved July 22d, jMil, so as to allow
volunteers who have or may 1 .fier be
honorably discharge! on account of their
wound or other disability arising fro .i
actual service, such part of the bounty f
on hundred dollars provided lor under
said section as shall be proportioned iO
the time of actual service.
Messrs. Lovejoy and Olin opposed th
resolution in the present form, when
aw iioiman modified it so as to instruct
the Committee on Military Affairs to in
quire into the expediency of reporting
sucn Din.
The bill was then' adopted '
A few minutes after one o'clock tho
House adjourned.
Tho Army and Navy Gazette regards;
tho removal as tho defiance of tho Gov
ernment to the Democrats and the hu
miliation of Mr. Lincoln. No moment.
it says, has been more favorable for bold
Confederate movements.
It questions Purnside's ability for tho
appointment. There were vague rumors
llit Fimiun )tg ar-nt auoUior noto to
England in responso to Karl Russell's
1 he sale of sundry fast roasting
steamers for running tho blockade is re
ported. .
A steamer, name unknown, recently
left tho Mersey with six hundred tonsof
arms, c, for the Confederates.
1 !: 1 lines auJ ros: reply to Seorttary
Seward'H rpflontions on the cane of the Al
ahama, and emphal icaily deny that, (here
are ground for the Federals to coiupWin in
the milter wliero they have reaped the
f reatest benefits.
Garihaldi, in a lelfrr to nm Cornell
Jewoit, pledges himself strongly in favor
of tho iortli a an opponent of slavery,
fie goes for i li o abolition of slavery before
any consiitufinnnl questions.
The Slur thinks that tlie oaune of Mo-
Clellnn's removal ju-tifin the action of the
The faturday Rrvtow thinks Nupoleon "
ha movements oi foot which do not appear
on the suriaet of his mediation ichemes,
and saya the express uo of ili name cf
the Confederate Elates, which they selected
fr thenmelvcs, virtually involve recogni
tion, and the propoml of an armistice im
plies au opinion Ihul may shortly be altered
into language mere intelligible than words.
The nniclo hinis al a probaMe alliance
witg the Soui hern Plates in connection with
the r.tuperur's d-igu's in Mfxieo.
15 y Tt;i.ri;iiAri( to (.iceenstowk. Ath
ens, Nov. "2 The preat probability of tho
elroiinn of Prince Alfrml, of England, to
the (ireek Throne caused Rome excitement
iiniong the fnrtign ministers. Tlie coun
try is tranquil.
MoniiAN im Kkntccky. There is ev
ery reason to believe that John Morgan
with a pretty strong force i on this side
of the f !rren rivor 1 1 u na nf G lasgov,by
report, the middle of last week; and as
the i iver is now fordable at almost any
point he may have taken advantage of
that fact to attempt another thieving
expedition. Hut it will bo utterly im
possible for hint to make any further ad
vance, ba Gen, Gilbert's disposition of
his forces will quickly check any such
effort. We have troops at Lebanon. Co
lumbia, Mini ford villc, along the Leban
on branch, and in a lincejof stockades
from Shepardsville fo Mmifordvillo in
sufficient numbers to givo him a warm re
ception wherever he make his appear
ance. Lou. Journal, -lib.
Large Deposit of Honey.
A somewhat singular discovery was
made in a house in St. Louis. The Argus
gave the following account of tho story:
Tho inmates of one of our largest up
town mansion houses, a few days sirce,
were surprised to lind a large number of
bees flying about in two of the upper
rooms. As tho liltlo fellows continued
to occupy tho places, a beo naturalist was
sent to investigate. On uttering the
rooms, he exclaimed : "You have honey
somewhere here," and proceeded to search
for it. On removing the fire-boaid, he
discovered that onu lluo of tho chimney
was full of honey-comb, which was
hanging down into I he fire-place, and tho
honey dropping from it ; proceeding to
the top of tho house to sound the chim
ney, ho found it the same; one Hue of (ho
chimney was full, and tin bees were in
dustriously at work there also.
These Hues of the chimney had never
been used; they were plastered smooth
inside, and v re. pi i lectly dark, a stono
having been placed on the top of each
Hue. The bees had descended the ad
joining llin s, ami found small holes about
ten inches from tho top of the chimney,
h ading into the closed flues, and through
these holes they had made their way in
and out. They have, as is supposed,
occupied theso places for three years,
having been kept warm in winter by tho
heat from the adjoining Hues. On re
moving the fire-board, the bees, Seeing
the great light which had broken in upon
them, descended to tho room and gather
ed on the windows, until they were cov
ered to the tii kticis of tin. c inches. It
j estimated that there ate iu the two
Hues from lO.OOU to bees, and from
'JMiO to IJ.OOO pounds of honry.
Large supplies of Last India cotton
I have In en leceited in Lngland lately.
The I'ii-h-Ji papi r talk of being able
: Jit i ca It r ti do without the Ameiicau
I -
'I'm. i w Lkvik.. Tim statistics at
the Adjutant Oiiici.iI'. cilice sboiv that
1 j 7, " of the troop under the last
for liUi.iKX) men ;ue low in the livid.

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