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For Freedom and Nationality.
K. V. ItlKlllTH, rdlt-r. CONFISCATION ACT. Public No. ICO. Ah Aor to suppress insurrection, lo pun ish treason nd rebellion, to seize and conCscatc the properly of rebels, and for other purposes. Be il enacl&l ly Vie Senate and Ihtuse of Representatives of Vie tinted Statu of Amer ica in Connreu atsemlded, That every person who shall hereafter commit the crime of treason against llio United hlates, anrl shall lo adjudged guilty thereof, shall sutler death, nnd all his slaves, if any, shall be declared and made free; or at the discretion of the court, he shall be imprisoned for not less than five years, and lined not lens than ten thousand dol lar; said fino shall be levied and collect ed on any or all of the proper) y, real and personal, excluding slaves, of which the aid pron so convicted was the owner at the time of committing the said crime, any sale or conveyance to the contrary, notwithstanding. ' S(;c. 2. An-1 be it furtlier enade-l, That if any person eliall hereafter incite, set on foot, assist, or engage in any rebellion or insurrection against the authority of the United States, or the laws thereof, or shall give aid or comfort thereto, or shall engage in, or give aid and comfort to, any such existing rebellion or insurrection, and be convicted thereof, such pereon shall be punished by imprisonment for a period t.nt exceeding ten years, or by a fine not exceeding ten thousand dollars, and by thy liberation f all his slaves if any he have; or by both of said punish ments, at the discretion of the court. Sec. 3. And be it further enacted, That every person guilty of either of t he offen ces described in this act sbaM be forever incapable and disqualified to hold any office under the United States. tfec. 4. -And he it further enacted, That this act shall not be construed in any way to affect or altar the prosecution, conviction, or punishment of any person or persons guilty of treason against the United (States before the passage of this act, unless such person Is convicted un der this act. Sec . And he it furtlier enadol, That, to ensure the speedy termination of the present rebellion, it shall bo the duty of tho President of the United States to - cause the seizure of all the estate and property, money, slocks, credits, and ef fects i tin- persons hereinafter named in this scciiou, and to appiy and use the same and the proceeds thereof. for tho support of the army of the United States; that is to say : First. Or any person hereafter acting as an officer f the army or navy of the rebels in array against the Government of the United States. Secondly. (If any person hereafter act ing as President, Vice-President, mem ber of Congress, judge of any court, cab inet nllieer, foreign minister, commis sioner or consul of the so-called Confed erate States of America. Thirdly. Of any person acting as Governor of a Slate, member of a Con-, veution or Legislature, or judge of any court of any of the so-called Confederate States of America. Fourthly. Of any person who, having held an ollice of honor, trust or pi i lit in the United States, shall hereafter hold an office in the so-called Confederate States of America. Fifthly. Ot any erson hereafter lidd ing an office or agency under tho so-called Confederate Slates of America, or un der any of the several States of the said Confederacy, or the laws thereof, whe ther such ollico or agency be national, state, or municipal in its name or char acter: l'mv'tkd, That the persons thirdly, fourthly and fifthly 'above described shall Lave accepted their appoiutment or election since the dale of t!ie pretended ordinance of secession of the State, or shall have taken an oath of allegiance to, or to support the Constitution of, the so called Confederate States. Sixthly. Of any person who, owning property in any loyal Stale or'Territory of the United Slates, or in tho District of Columbia, shall hereafter assist and give aid and comfort to such rebellion; and all sales, transfer, or conveyances of any auchjproperty shall be null and void; and it shall e a sufficient bar to any suit brought by such person for the possession orthc ot such property, oranyot it, to allege ami prove that he is one of the per sons di scribed in this section. Sec. 0. And lie it further enacted, That if any person w ithin any Slate or Territo ry of the United Stales other than those named as aforesaid, after the passage of this act, being engaged in armed rebel lion against the (ioverument of the Unit ed States, or aiding or abetting such re bellion, shall not, within fciity days after public warning and proclamation duly given and made by the President of the United States, cease to aid, countenance, and abet such rebellion, and return to his allegiance to the United States, all the estate and property, moneys, stocks and v credits of such person shall be liable to Seizure as aforesaid, and it shall be the duty of the President to seizo and use them a aforesaid, or the proceeds there of. And all sales, transfers or convey ance of any such property fcfter the ex piration of tho said sixty days from the date of such warning and proclamation, eha'l bo null and Void; and it shall be a fcuIhVitiit bar lo any bull brou-ht by 6uch jit-rfon f-.r the possession or the use of eu, U polity, or any of it, to allege and prove that be is one of the persons de scribed in this section. Sec. 7. And be it furtlier tnndei, That to secure tho condemnation and sale of any such property, after the same shall have been seized, so that it may be made available for the purposes aforesaid, pro ceedings in rem shall be instituted in the name of the United States in any district court thereof, or in any Territo rial court, or in the United States dis trict conrt for the District of Colombia, within which the property above descri bed, or any part thereof, may be found, at into which the same, if moveable, may first be brought, which proceedings shall conform as nearly as may be to proceed ings in admiralty or revenue cases, and said property, whether real or personal, shall be found to have belonged to a per son engaged in rebellion, or who has giv en aid or comfort thereto, the same shall be condemned as enemies' property, and become the property of the Unitfd States, and may bo disposed of as the court shall decree, and the proceeds thereof paid in to the Treasury of the United States for the purposes aforesaid. Stc. 8." And he. it fuiiJur enacM, That the several courts aforesaid shall have power to make such .orders, establish such forms of decree and sale, and di rect sneh deeds and conveyances to be executed and delivered by the marshals thereof where real estato shall be sub ject to sale, as shall fitly and efficiently effect the purposes of this act, and vest in the purchasers of such property good and valid titles thereto. And the said courts shall have power to allow such fees and charges of their officers as shall be reasonable and proper in the promises. Sec. 0. And be it further enacted, That all slaves of persons who shall hereafter be engaged in the rebellion against the Government of the United States, or who shall in any way give aid or comlort thereto, escaping from such persons and taking refuge within the lines of the army; and all slaves captured from such persons or deserted by them, and coming under the control of the Government of the United Stales, and all slaves of such persons found on or beiug within any place occupied by rebel forces and af terwards occupied by the forces of the United States, shall bo deemed captives of war, and ehal 1 be forever free of their servitude, and not again held as slaves. Sec. 10. And Ins it furtlier enacted, That no slave escaping into any State, Terri tory or the District of Columbia, from any other State, shall bo delivered up, or in any way impeded or hindered of his lib erty, except for crime, or some offense against the laws, unless the person claim ing said fugitives shall first make oath that the person to whom the labor or ser vice of such fugitive is alleged to be due is his lawful owner, and has not borne arms against the United States in the present rebellion, nor in any way given aid and comfort thereto; and uo 'person engaged in the military or naval service of the United Slates shall, under any pretence whatever, assume to decide on the validity of the claim of any person to the servico or labor of any other person, or surrender up any such person to the claimant, on pain of being dismissed from the service." Sec. 11. A) id he it furtlier etuid&l, Tal the President of the United States is au thorized to employ as many persons of African descent as he may deem necessa ry, and proper for the suppression of this rebellion, and for this puqioso he may or ganize and use them in such manner as he may judgo best for the public wel fare. , . - Sec. 12. And be it further enaded, That the President of the United States is hereby authorized to make provision for the transportation, colonization, and set tlement, in some tropical country beyond the limits of the United States, of such persons of African race, made free by the provisions of this act, as may be willing to emigrate, having first obtained the con sent of the Government of said country to their protection and settlement within the same, with all the rights and privi leges of freemen. Sec. 13. And be it furtlier enacted, That the President is hereby authorized, at any time hereafter, by proclamation, to extend to persons who may have "partici pated in the existing rebellion in any State or part thereof, pardon and amnesty, with such exceptions and at such time and on such conditions as he may deem expedient for the public welfare. Sec. 14. And be it furtlier enacted, That the courts of tho United States shall have power to institute proceedings, make or ders and decrees, issue process, and do all other things necessary to carry this act into effect. Approved, July 17, 18C2. ITiblio Resolution No. 51. JOINT RESOLUTION extraordinary of "An act to suppress insurrection, to punish treason and rebellion, to seize and confiscate the projwrty of rebels, and for other purposes." Resolved, hj Vie Senate and House of Re preieidatives if Vie United States of Ameri ca, in Congress assnnllttl, That the provi sions of the third clause of the firth sec tion of "An act to suppress insurrection, to punish treason and rebellion, to seize and confiscate the property of rebels, and for other purposes," shall be. so construed as not to apply to any act or acts done prior to the passage thereof, nor to in cludo any member of a State Legislature or J udge of any State Court, who lias not in accepting or entering upon his office, taken an oath to support the Constitution of the so-called " Confederate States of America," nor shall any punishment or proceedings under said act be so con strued as to work a forfeiture of the real estate of the offender, beyond Lis natural life. Approved July 17, 1C2. 24, 24 24 24 24 Startling Intelligence! NOTICKTo CUlf, WJCI1H 8MOKKU8, crnzKNs and EVKKYDODY. CO.ISE TO NO. 24, DEADERICK STREET. Where yon will find tlx CHEAPEST TOBACCO, In Kaehvlll. Alio HakiriK-powder, CoHee, Tea, It too, MuatarcU Tlle-Blt. Starch. Boda, repper, Spioew, Vinegar, Soup, Candles, Matches, I3ruRhws Ulaolclna, Twino, "Wrapping-paper, 5eo., &o. Don't forget the pi , NO. 24, Deaderick, Near Cherry. K.-lm. r.BCGUCO. 24 24 24 24 24 M. L. ALEXANDER, Auction & Commission MERCHANT, No. 71 I'l'IIMC MtlJAlIi:, NASHVILLE, TENN. SOLICITS CONSIGNMENTS, AND WILL GIVK prompt ulUulioii to the aale of Dry Goon, lioota, (Shop, Hat and Aim cliandiae generally. - T All sale Cult, uid returns made promptly. RxriBKitrrfl : Morris A Btmtton, It. B. Holllns Co., A. J. lmncnu A Co., Naehville, Tunu. . Bg9-tf ICENTUCKY Library Association Co LOTTERY. K. FiMKCfit & i o,, MANAQEllS. Draws Daily at COVINGTON, Ey., AT 12 AND 5 O'Cl-OCK,. Under Vie Superintendence of Sworn Commissioners. CAPITALS $5,000 to $40,000! Tickets from One Nlnr lo Tea Dollars. Order for Ticket will be promptly nnt by re turn tnail,and our offloinl Drawing Hout to all cor respondents. trr AH orders for Tickets, aildrca R. FRANCS & CO., XjOtriSVTXi.K. ICY. tut" Circular cent fro to all ordering. (uly2-d6m MEDICAL DEPARTMENT or tui UNIVERSITY OF NASHVILLE. npnK REGULAR f-KSBION WILL OPEN A8 I uiual on the 1st Monday la November and continue Until tho 1st of Huron 18'!3. W. K. liOWLINO, Nor.l 2w. Dean 0 tlu taouUf. Toall the military- Department in the District of IlieUblo ON ASH AFTER TIHt 1ft PAY OF jrLTl02, will Pn an oHI. at lh t. Cloud Hotel in Nati-TllU-e, Tc-nnoj and out ni Ilea afreet, oppoaite the tinnlt Hou Louisvilln, Ky., for all transaction or tef in tliie department, f-r thf months from July 1st lsfli. tlUni.KS KAH.M, Jr., iioef Contractor for Hi" li8iri l of Ohli N. B. Illgtiuat Market price paid for good cattle,; LOST, ON SATt'HDA Y, THE 22kd IN'ST., A DIAMOND Bit EAST l'IN, of rari.uin aixe; auppoieU tub 1'n-t on L'uiou irt' t. -Any irRou finding it, and Waving it at Mr. Pumba Jewelry K.taljl aliment, will rvrive re ward of Twenty Dollur. Not-jii WRAPPING PAPER KOB BALE AT THE "ARMY NEWS DEPOT," On I'll ion Street, between Cherry and College. Nov20-3t DISSOLUTION. THK FIRM t)f AVDEUSn A BOHAN3 WAS llJ Uy Uoled, by mutual content. Tb book and account Will be fuiiud In the bund of Andrew And. rn, for collection, who aloue 1 au thorized to reeeipl lor tbe mm j anil will carry on lb a'jove bumu. at tbJ old iand, Mo. J brood Hi eel. Orjer solicited. ' AKPKKW ANDERSON. J. B jUUMAKS. October ISlli, 1802. . Hov21-2w DRUGSI A LL KINDS OK MtUGS BOUGHT AT Ho. t Uierry ttreal, ner Ik-auei ic( tree I. tlclSl Claims Against tho U. States. ALIEW A. HAI L will ait the collnrt ou ol cUiui uiut any of Ibu L'niUd tilai aoiuort. t.ee o.llier buru or al Wuli.UglTOU. tie UfJ be lound at tUe rwau.4 ltou4. OOL'l! KUAUT-tU liand. Tt low, O I j SI. LYo.V. WANT TO PURCHASE TEN THOUSAND Union and Planters' and Bank of Tennessee Money, FIVE THOUSAND Chattanooga and other Southern Money, Whloh w will par the hlxt pr'c. Ae, GOT' IKNMENT CHECK?, W. E. CHILDS & CO., Ko12-lw BROKRRS, ti Colbf ttreet HUGHES' ART GALLERY, Cor. College and Union Sti. THIS GALLERY IS OPEN DAILY TROSf T. A A.M. to fi, P.M., where Picture of tbe mot eminent men nay lie en. Photographs, Ambrotypes, MELAINOTYPF.S, I.F.TTEKTYPE?, YIGNETTES, and CAUTKS l)K VllTE, are made in tbe highest tyle of Jicrfectiun. ... aBTliA rmKIlM M I -.1 . - . Gallery, where all picture uimlo aro warranted to Bi.v DiiiitiBvuuH, wr uu cimrKQ will Lm matte. . ii"-'; WANTED, Ono Hundred Wood-Choppers. fl'HE UNDERSIGNED U IN WANT OF ONE 1 hundred wood-ehopwrft. to which will bo mild one dolliir per cord for cutting wood. Enquire at tbe Govcrnmont.wood yard, near tbe Loiiinvillo IVpot. vui.rc, im. I.. WITKOWSK.I. r, o st, o N FRIDAY, TIIE 21T IN3T., NEAR TUB uoepiui, on spring irecl, A CALF-SKIN WALLET. vuni.niMiiiK n nun VI IllWUf J . J HQ UUUOr Mill DflJIO- erally rewrdi'U on pre.-tiL.uK tlin mine at the 0Hi fif Uw TnitruiiPT no T . . . IP . v.. e I'hArr Blfnilt IV...D1 -11 J v. .lVVail'O jlATENXEDOCr. 8 18G1. Dithrilg'a Patent OVAL LA3IP niW.TOS, Manufactured of XX ruvr CLAW. TheieChlmnevi are lntenfti.il Inr ikuii.i flames, wliicli hotmg all part of tUe glass eqany,uoe not cxpoae it 10 iTaclt iug. K 1. DITHRIIKJK, Fort 1'llt OIilr Work. Wahlr,iU n (tro, t. Pittsburg, P. Samplo can be seen at this Office. Jum-ft ly. 71 NASHVILLE (Edgefield) AND KENTUCKY K A. I L R OAD- TIME TAIILG No. 8, Takes effect on Monday, July 14. 1862 going NortTir, LiCUTca Naubville at 2 o'clock, P. m. GOING BOUT J r. Arrive at Nanhville at 10.40, A.m. Connect with Train from and to ClarkSTille at State Line. July lU-tf. GEO. W. SHKWMAKEE. ' BYBON II. ROBB. SHEWMAKER & ROBB, No. 11, SOUTH FOURTH rTTREIT, (utiM KJMarr ard Wiurrr,) ST. LOUIS, no. Established for the .Benefit if Strangers, ooaiva to it. loci w ac or . Sick, Wounded, or Soldier that hav ' Died from Wounds or Eiclrne. CORHIXT INTr-LLIGKN'tK WILL BK tilVEN OF tbe condition of anr tt k or Wo'iuded Kitdier In ST IAIUIS, UJl'IMUXK. CINCINNATI, N A-ll VIl.l.K, MOUNIJ CITV, or any o ber Hoepltal in the Wratera learUneul. Tlii u th oilv Armf Intelligence dUlco in tbe United ritatm, and information regard, lug ttolditr from njr part of the L'.h. can be gives at any lime, by calling el, or warri.tu t tbe AaaT Lrnt iiuiiii'i Orric , 1'oet tnllr Box No. li N. B i'lKaox umtsa to (jr. Loin i auaca or rati Kaiun will obtain all ooreary information by calling at "ur OUice, bo. 11, bouta Fourth ht'ett. Uarls.lDM ly BOOTS and SHOES. 'IMII UNDKILIGNED WOULD Rf SPF.CTFri.LT A inform tbe ciltarna of Nwbvtlle nd tbe pubiio in general, tlial tbey bate fitted up a bouae, ho. Ill, Union Mret, where they will exultantly kexp a well eiectvd btoik of all Jeecrlplion of BOOTS & SHOES, Trunks, Valises, Carpet Bags, Ao , which they will aell at the loweat rate tor Cain, a Wboiuaale and buUli. M. MOKfi ANATIRN Kin2 No. Ill, L a ion hlreet. Horses for Sale I " ONB BAY MAUC, aocoMume4 to ingL barneee, ilinwf and fine traveler. ON B ltituWN MAUI, gaed uudor tk addl,e bUxlM animal atid fxat traveler ; ale. ONB ll.bLM btl t Of U AKN a,ll of which will be old cheap, a th owner 'lo D I nenl hieiu. Apply to JOtlAH B AL1A.N, tug-tO-lw il, OvleKe atreei. coiln mi:ai, A T th BfJwy Hill. luue d. d hick nr. At. KYJ3 FIXIUH. bahkkj FKti.i crduni) nre rujnt, UJ baud aa4 fer m1 tit t',e l!rlw..y ili.j )uui D. I). HLktlf, Atul Q I 1 B. B. COTOOIl & BRO., ' KO, S OOLLEOK STRICT. Nw atock Jat rcelT4 mm for sale w tlo ot CnlcaBiBt, 200 Bkl. Salt, fer sal ky p s . oonnor Bna l00bo.r.8A1Ttor-J'h' CONNOR k BRO. r f 011 Ron, fur al ky OVJ apS OONNOR RO. 40 bbk). CuaJ OIL, lor uhi by P CONNOR BR). 10 half bkU. Goal OIL, for J by P S CONNOR A BRO. JFjJ uoern BHOOMa.for ale b NN0R m BKO. 50 boxe SOAP, for kale by . P S CONNOR A BRO. 50 boie STARCH, for sal by P S CONNOR BRO. 12 cheat TEA, for al by P CONNOR A BRO l2h.'f; ebott TKA, for al by CONNOR A BRO. 1 i) oadie TtA, for aale by li an 8 CONNOR A BRO. 1 f boxe Yeuat POWllrJ,for le kr LVJ Hp CONNOR A HHP. 9 ( oitak 80DA, for ale by J ap 8 CONNOR A BKO, 100 groes MATCH Kd, hirsale by ap 8 CONNOR A BRO. O f boxe Star CANULK3, lor aale by U n CONNOR A BRO i ) r boie COFFtfi, for aale by ap8 CONNOR A CO. I bbls. YLNEGAU, f.Tialeby lt up 8 CONNOR A PRO. 1 kit SALMON, f r ale by 1 Vap 8 CONNOB A BRO- f)7f kit itACKKKKL, for Mleby" ap 8 CONNOR A BRO. fZ kits HKRRINQ, for aale by J P 8 CONNOR A BRO. O kiu SllAuTforaaie by P 8 CONNOR A BRO. J(J bblTR0UT, for al by CONNOR A BRO. l bbl. UACKkUKL, for tale by 1W ap 8 CONNOR A BRO. 4 bbl. CiLiLK, lor aale by ap8 CONNOR A BRO. n boxc dried UK.tlN'.Js for ale by 1U )8 CON CONNOR A BRO. I f boxe Dried Sealed, for aale by IU ap 8 CONNi CONNOR A BRO. keg NAILS, for ale by CONNOR A RRO. R bbl Cruuhed Sugar, for aale by Of pl CONNOR A BRO. 14 iPv bags MLA1,, for aale by . CfJ ap 8 CONNOR A BRO. rirV. bb FLOUR, for aale by WUU ap8 CONN OR A BRO. 20 cahka HAM.-i.fur aale by ap 8 CONNO A BRO. caaka SIOF.S, for Balo by iCKJ ap8 CONNOR A BRO. 20O bbi fine FOTATOtH, lor tale by p 8 CONNOtt ft BRO. 20 boned freab Garden dKKO, for ciln by P 8 CONNOR A BRO. bbl Union SfcTij, for tale by 1 P 8 i CONNOR A BRO. 1 tierova CunTaaaed HAMS, with a bire lot ol all 1W orta of (iooii. which we will does out low. at our old itand, So. College Ktrnrt. P U B. CONNOR A BRO. STKA1U FHOM NET7 YORK to LIVERPOOL. THE STEAMSHIP GREAT EASTERN, Waltib Pat. k, Cominandvr, Will be denpatched From Litxbpool. FaonNtwYo. Raturduy, July 20 Tnetday, H-itenilier 9 Saturday Octolwr Vt Iburtday, ..December 11 CalluiK at Oueenttown. Saturday AiiKimt 16 Wednesday October 1 Tueaday, ...November 18 Thltmairniflcent thlp ha vine uroved herarlf nn. quailed for tpeed, Mfety aud comfort (tea tlckneae being auknown on board), la ttronKly recommended th moat eligible conveyance for (Muaeugera. rianT CAaia. From C110 in f 1AA m.h tMirth mi.j.nrA ... . 1 . .w.u.uq w uw mi mm, iituation, and accommodation of the 8tato Uovni, all having th tame prlviliKet in tbe Salooua, and In re. card to nieala and attendance, Hultea of apartment for ramlliee may beenaaged by awolal agreement. IICKKTS FOB THK VOYACK to and from LIYKB- 1'OOL al a JAKE ANIJ A HALF lor Firat and Second Clan. Fervent accompanying PaaeeiiKera. and children under U year f ao, half litre j lufaut free. (tOOKD CAtlM. State room berths, meal furuiahed at earat ta- O' n0 Tuiau caaia. Intermediate Stale Room nunger found with ueda, Deiiaing, table, utenaila, aud good eubalan- tial food, TirtAoa. With tniwrioraecommoiiatioua, .w Each liaaaeuKer allowed 20 cublo feet of luuiraira. An exrterinco burKeon on board. ior freight and pataage, aply to CHAo. A. WHITNEY, At tbe office, Ho. 2H Bnaday, N.Y. 110 VY LA NO A A." l'IN WALL, Agent. July 20, 18C2 till Oec: 12. 500 Horses Wanted! lOIt CAVAMtV MUIVICU F'lVK HCNIiBED 000D HJRSE8, BETWKE.'i four aud eliiiit year ulil, aud between fllown and nl.'H Imii bllt, are waulnl Imineiliab ly for CAVALUY t-kUViCal, for which reaeouabia price a til ut ail. Aplily lo Cm. R. S. I.AilU. au Vine H.ot. below Mr. I'olk'a rexlleac. autl'S-lf WANTED, rpEN OB FIFTEEN ABI E BOD X Iwt nien, who are wiiiiiig b) erve their country, to fill up an bld'Orpamz4 and w i-ll drilled Bat tery of Mounted Artillery, which baa alr-a'ly tou good aerilce In tne neia. lor particular, apply to Col. MiiLna'a Head- qnaru-m, or in Camp on lb llardlngville 1'ike, near tl Feniu-nUary. CAi'T. A. K. BIMI, ugi-n vommandlag 4tfe lad. iiatury. Freights for New York, Philadelphia, ana .Baltimore. WE ARE FORWAKldNU OuTTON, TOBAtOO, he on more advautafwii Uriu tha U lecelyteil through from Cumberluid Hier. nonrKT nooiiB a t o., mayli UNUNNATI, (ilfL-. Strayed or Stolen ! 'ROW ONE OF Tilt UCIM OK THIt H'lKIlIBiilj I lirry Jat k. Anr u one returning me aiuuai or g vlng lufriution uf ih jaaine will batuiui-.y ia. del H. Ot' SOuTaLa,U hortbtuu.r W. ol) 1 If. robeiit iroonij a co aNciNNAii. omo. , I X, 4 pWJUt 8nUiy, will rwcfr-, May 14 GRIFFITH & PARSONS' COMMISOIOH iMERGHANTS AND WE0LMALB ikalbs it ; i Groceries Sz Provisions, j Tt I FAMILY OH0CERIES, ; , ' . if PLAIXTATIOIi SUPPLIES, J)iui:d iikef, HAMS, BACON SIDES, T t , ..SUOUL.DKUH, COFFEES, SUGARS, TEAS, Mustard, Spico, Pepper, Kutmegil BAGGING, ROPE, TWINE, SOAPS, CANDLES, Whitcfish, Herrings, nuooMts. huokkts. ; COARSE & FINE SALT, CIGAKS, TOBACCO, CADDIES, FliUTS, 1ES, ROBACK BITTERS, Suttlers' Coodj of all Kinit, And man, ther .rtlcle. ,rr,Ttug pureluUe1 ror Cah, and old at imall pront. Call antl Bee. GHIFFJTII & IMR.SOAS, Ko.T COIXECIE 8T.,NAHI1VIUJC,TEII!I July J-3m. ARMF IXTELLIGEKE OFFICE, ' No. U, Boutb Fourth Bt, mwt win, pio, SICK Oil WOUNDED' n?;.r.,Tr"",, ,lT,,",, " "no who ran Htc aLl. ?' ''"'- ""o.aod ol.Uln rell- -all Information vt ,y i,,, th0," . Hated In th. ttal- of Mm. Muhhl, (Ai., Jca, Ulckl, Witmm. ' m, Jlfinaeauto, Kentucky oad Vimmri. pORBIXT TN'TELLIOEXCK WILL BK OlVfV OF But, Woiaijo, Kiud, oa7an I'.mov anit In what battle. . ,., u,n anVaed' ad where hit regiment la alalloned. '"W ae.ninrk"!i"LU "!l',0,'j '"u ot ,h condlllo. of any alik or wonnded oMBr )n H u , ij0,(n.' Uuclniiail, Naahvlile, Mound tliy.or any 11 ,., "t3 n he weetern He.r.ar.rn.nt : andhere IIL " JJ in talt.e, or have died from their wouuda, are turi ed : aod nhrir. in,M ... t . ' fined. inouer are tx,n tjertme. of ,,. Ml.liij.. , Wm1s , " EllUUt. Mild ltifnr.Mtl..n .. i t. i above Kf.t ran U at any tin.. b UI w wriliiiK lo tl.e Army7iitei:K,.11,(.fUe. MTtU,iT.rv!n' f"" 'Oinmeofth Idler, what Nate b.ei.Ti.ted In, ami ,j. niiu.Ur of - N . Ti U TV ''T n-reoa'arltln, will pleaM eudoae i,e amount, iu order to eecuie attention l llielr Inriulrle. Addre..: Army Ii.leillgene (Tfloe, Bt. Unla, Mo In oar. O. Ilox 1M. 19( mall. Recruits Wanted! ,J pil-TSEV BECBCITS AEK WiMTID FOH JN j who will reeelv. Ike regular IVirSTT, t In Hum, and Clothln;. iu addUlea, TI:U(.a5 lf ImjLI.AIiS uuid aa t"Oa a they eoUt, 'uj re. LLL oinrr. au2-tf oue next duor below IU CKy IIoi, $25 REWARD ! , -4Ali;I.EN.froa R HUI IiHtH AND JewtJer, on l a. t Ion air.-et, O.SK pAllCNr l.r.VaU fcNiiUrJl (fn.U WAT' II, Duuoihu lurd hy Juo. JotmaUm, I Iv. rajul. ilia w'.tch la of email a, with wlnUdml, engraved ou the u-l U ' , o M . Ilium, .'rom Lla tnher In the year Ji.M)" ca ti e ouial'le .kravet "lloaij a ll).'j." 7 tie aoere Howard will he frnti lor any !:.ruruitUB thai may lead lo II. rw every of IhtbioKily. 11. U. llANMxi. ,-ua.-tf lxuk,ile Jourt..l iiv e. fyjio Ux aml.'3 ! i I ( ): t" ! u 1 it