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i'1 ' !ll'Ulll kiv-J r.ir.-'hM'ii II. A. hv. ciXKOX (0., f uMuben. TCE3D1Y, JANCARY10, 1SC5. CMOS STATE C0XVEMI0.X. iloniay's Procffdlaj The Union Stat Convention met at 11 o'clock, nd temporally organized y tb? appointment of S." K. Rogers, of Ilnoxviil?, f President, and llesi ii rcer and Cone, a Secretaries. COMMITTEE OX riEMANkNT ORGANIZATION. The following committer on per ru&nerit oreanizition was selected : East Twtise'.. TL R. Laliard, J. II Mek and J ud Trewhitt Wel Tenwce Win- Wallace, 21 Rider and v II. Hall. Middle Tent vse. Jauie ilulliLft, J. S. Fowler and A. IL Hugh. covKirrr.E o taei M! w.s Co', Houk. Mr. Watu-rs, Col. V. Dug pan, Lewi Tillman, J. .Iv.ignn, Judge ibackleford, D A. Ore,;, Jno. Lofa'i and II. F. Cooper The cmmiii. on the permanent organization repot U-d tlio following list of offie?rf : :. Prfsv'cntVo S .K. Rodpers. President Col. W. B. Wilson, Col. V. K. Hall, Gen. ; C. Oillem. SV-renj E. I Cor.c, .y.o. LonrAie. Ellett A. J amen. M'KE'.n or iiiz vntsiDEXT. On taking the ehnir, llr. Ko(g.rB made Bom explanations as to the oh jecta of th (A)LiVntion. It was tht design to nominnte df-kpatos to a State Constitutional Convention, to reform the State Ooverumt ni. e were now at a deed lock; something must be done to act the wheel-" of the govert infnt in motion. The State ban Leer redistiirxd Ly a bog'is Legisla ture, which cjuld not he recognized, without rccigniiin seciision. "'The cou?ention of delegates to be chosen, cmld re-diutrict tho State; and we uhould have one as ppeedily as com patible with the public interest. The vrork was a great and important one; and ho hoped there would Le harmony among delegate;. We mu?t have civil overi:rnoiit. Tlie ait.iy cannot alto gether put iv.a gut-rrilhs; but with tho aid of c:vil govciument; with a Governor nd judiuary, ail could be easily elected. E:i'.do, we mast have repre 3-ntative4- in the National Cod-gre-s; an I to do this rrc must aiapt theG!".ta Constitution to existing cir cumstance."', ar.a have a leialiiture. He then thard:'--i lb' Conveniion, a.r.d again cunsch-.d haimoi'j. Mr. Eirhf tn, of Meir.phia, urged the fpeedy re-ci &iul.ing of the State, and oTre.d a proposition v!iich he bc heved would ctf -ct the purj Oir-.: Reined, tl.is couvoiitioa tj.- poii.t d?l'ir'-.f',s rom -ch county, sen atorial iid flailing flection diitri.-li, to amend cur pn-ac'it Stn'.e Cunhla tiou, by einkii. ut liie entire .'itve C)'le, and a Hpin g it t j meet our pres ent wanti and exioric'-ei ni a loya.1 pro pi, and aa iiiterrid portion of the American ii;tinn, tl.rt said d.liatp rpjiort an anicn i-.-d ( orWit'.Uion to thin convention w'-i little delay ?.sp.n aible; that nnid Ei.ipn l?JL constitution be submitted for ratitiOitinn to the loy 1 people of tho Hut durin:' tho month of February, or as soon thercKtler as possible, r li J at tho ae. tita at wh:cb the COUititUtioU ..ubmiticd, au elec i ion be hel l for (ioveiuor end other .State oilictrfi. Lid ovr till aftrr th.- lej-ort of the Commit tv on Crtd nt'.al-; Fhould bo received. hr.FORT OK (..)ii.HlIUE ON CRKDCNTI.lt.'. Ju igs H.ackhrjrd from th Com mittee on Credentials reported that all mn who w r; active support? efthe Ooveinuifnt, and who had not borne arma aginit it, s'i.tjI I lu entitled to eal.i; and the UifTerent counliea were lecomineTided 'to decide on thii subject for themselves. Some lisrua-im aro. wlieu Mr. Fowler oll'Ted a eubjtitute, exclud ing all who deliberately voted for s. t.ieHsi ju, and who hs 1 voluntarily borne armj against the Overnment The whole subject wni hn referred back to tl;e Coium;.tte oi Credential tor failher report f Adjourned till two o'clock, r. v ( : arrcRsooM K?sto.'. At two o'clock, the convention was called to order Ly tfyo chairman. A very large delegation from all psrt' of the Stite was prerent, fdling the llall of the llooie of It pri'smtatives to overajwiag. It w.s decidedly the larg est delegate Convention held in th State for many years. UON'D REPORT OF COMMITTER OK CR iE.TIAL9. Judge hackleford, Chairman of the Committee on Credentiah, reiorted as follows : Your cociraitU'e Lg leave to report that each county of the State where Union nieetiug havtj been held, and delegates appointed to tLis Convention and who ate in attendance, that they report their names to this Convention That in counties where, no meetings Lave been held, but which have tepre senutivea here in attendance, that oaid representativea m?t together to an point dele? ates, and report their names. That all loyal me n who heartily and actively co-operate with the Govern ment, and ardently desire thesuccieaa of the Federal army, r.j well ai the over throw of the so-Cillod Confederacy, and the dfeat of the rbel army, are invi ted to take seals in il.o Convention. A delegate moved to isy th? repcrt on the table. Carried Col Houk o2Yred Hi a. aiibstUute res olutions as follows Retched, Thai all delegate, who ivo an active support to the Union cause; who hare never voluntarily borne arms against th government; and who have never voluntarily given ;uJ and comfort to the enemy, bp et. titled to seats in this Convention Htt Hvei That it is r eomtneed'd that th delfgitos fron each county pclecl a Chairman, who thidl jeport the caraeu of the delegates of hi countr t") the .Secretary, anipnsrive ud di-.tribuie tickets of ad Jr. . to tne san e Th Boiolutioas were adopted v,ith -one disaentiEC voiced - -- ' The following ig K partial Iit of del tgaten : Granjer Jno Btooks. Dr. Thorn bury, T. Ii West, M. Goldmsn, Geo.' W. J Western, Dr. W. C. Senter, (. Uairraau.) 1 WjttdvoUm - Col. It K. Patton, ,: thiirman, C. A. Uadi, Car t Geo. E Grbham, Siaa ltl Orifilth, il N. Grif fith, Ilenry Marshal, V'm. ColTmau. ' Wa ildburn, Dr. W. Smith, Dr. J. T. Coziea, Jno. Wett,D. y. 'Sthon. 1 n .. - - I M T. llrr V Walln. John iUffU. i " Eir" H. T. Cooj.tr, II. F. Ketch- . BaidcTji'Ll. Cot y J . "sniith, ! caaplam J. J. snun. ) JlcrJerto.T. A. Auslev MadtsiS. S. William, Ihnrv W. J. Campbell. McXniru CoL F:&ldin2 Hurt. Capt. S. L. Wa'rren. 1-rrry Lt. Wm. C. Webb. -- DiaJr. Houston Roberts, WaJnr,VL IL Alexander, Dr. J. J. DIcfceVson, Caj t T. J. Cvpert, John H. Edmondi, Lt K. F. O. Bos well. . Ol.on Lt. J. E. McFair, and J H. Rota. JiuuKod. Cant J. R Potou. Doer and Lauderdale. Ira J. Brown liil-amsin F. Hardm.mn, W. P. Campbell, E. E. ClifTe. W, S. Camp bell, II. C. Sinclair, J- E. Lill.e, A W Mo-s, J Ti Davis, E II Gorman, It .V Ballow, T W Hovey.J D X dt, . G V Thomas, Ti M Eii?, Jno Edmond on, T McCall, C C Bennett, Wm Ilar- ; ri-tf-.n. j inner. Wm. Wright, H. Herman, J. .Nicnouon, Geo. i. Lisn:uke3. oth Toti. Cavalry Mi. S. Waters, Wilton county, Lt. W P. Idough, Shelby county, Lt. A. A. Carter, Davidson county, Sergt J. Youngblood, DeKalb county. McMii. Csuntv. ,J M. Henderson E A. Atle.T, Cha'sCate, B. Witt, M L Phillip-, Capt J. P. Erient, Capt W, A tocaran, Capt J. C, ilartin. Ju.invn. V'vntv. r. M. Anderson, Gen. A. C. (iille'm. Smith County Dr. J. W. Eowen Capt E. J. Williams, Wm. IL Swepp, E. Unten. L. W. illiams, ii. Z. An IerBon. J. IL Eond, Ira W. Ming, A. C. Winfrey, J. T. Armstrong, Cspt Wm. vanuow. Jl-Uhfrjord County. F. Sherbreoke. V'm Sjience, ti. E Parrisb, S. N. Bur iet, J. F. Nelson, Ja s. S. McFadden.J. P. Jlcnderaon, J. Ii Ferrill, A. A. Lane, J. M, llayueu, Wm. Elliott, Wm. Bas- W.UonZ. W. Frarier, N. J. Eryan, W. II. Grimmet, W. U Waters. Mainv Wm Nolfoa, Jno. D. Moore W. It Pdlow, J. IJ. Gregory, John M. Withenmoon. Benj. Crawford, J. B Prsy, M. P. Murphy, Luther Tarip, J do A. btratton, Jno. Ba.rd, V. il Sullivan, J. Crafton, W. Stack&rd, J. V. Scribner, J. T. S. Gretmneld, It. D. Kicketts, Jno. F. Morgan, J. P. Biird, J. Gilmer, W E. Diilin, T. A, Harris, IL II. liazor, M. W. Mayere, A. Hughes, S M. Arna'd. Fintreit Cv.nty. A. E. Garrett, Lt. E. Garrett Montgomery County. Judge J. 0. Slmckleford, Wm. Wynes, D S. Nye, Juo. II. P.itchett, A. A. Nixon, L Strawd, II arris, and others. Khiz County. W. G. Erownlow, J. 3. Erownlow, Vnx Ileiskell, A. C. Cal ler., John Looney, II. L. W. Mynatt, John 3. Coram, John Currier, Dr. B. FrKzler, II. II. IL'gdon, Dr. Jas. Eodgers, Hon. E. T. Hall, S. It. Eodgers. Charles Lona John Gibbp, H. Maynard, J. C Mynalt,- Andrew Knott. S. R Scarbo rou2h,C. C. Lukens, G. W. Weaver, P. Dickinson, Joseph Mynatt, Martin W. Varnell, Sam l McCaiurnoa. 0. P. Tem ple Tandy Dowell, W Y, Cox, Luke Wild3, Jo. PiixsonH. Junroe. Daniel Ueiskeil, Dr. W. N. Bickne!!, Arch. Sloan, John Cafiee, Jen. E rtobir.son, Dvid Baker, James II. Jchnilon, Isaao Tata, V.nx btapp, .N. LwififS, John Pickfcns, John Mitiia, C.pt. Jos. Divine. G. C. Duncan, It. V. Cruw dr. i'r. G, Beownlaw, a.iarxte. GaUr.Z, IL G. O'Brien, N. T. Sin r.erly, Capt Landon Carter, Isaac A. Taylor, Albert lluht!", Wm. Baker, M. D. Boren, John M. Smith, C. P. Ton oruy, IL C. Smith, John J. Ede ns, Capt. P. Williams, Wm. F. Wilkerson, Wm. X. O'Brien, Col. John K. Miller. ,W:'"J't. E. L. Stanford, N. B. ihscm, Lt Eli-ha Harbor, S. Itichard-on irls.',..'y.'.')i Col. S. X. II. Patton, L. V. Keene, Judge S. J. W. Luckov, jno. B Hunt, D. L. Wild. Henry Marsh, Ed-.vurd II. West, Dr. T. Cozier, Piiillp P C Xclboa, John Went, Capt. G. E. Grisham. linn Jv,i James II. Hood, D. 0. Trewhitt, A A Fearnon, Jno Anderson, C.jpt A M Cat. G W Eider, A Saber. P L Mathews, Wm It Davis, Geo 0 Cate, Peter Monger, Kufus Hall, C W Vinson, K H Guthrie, t"ol G AGowan, Opt It G Campbell Onnplel' II Rogers, J S Lindsay, Jos Deiw, Alfred Dossett, 0 T Claiborne, J II Grant, Capt T J Rogers, Reuben Rodirera John Peterson, It D Wheeler. e-.VW Capt A w Wslk?r. R Eee, A W Howard, tle.n. Sara Milligan, James Britton, jr., Dr E N Sheff'ey, J A Gailbraith, Hon D T Patterson, Col It A Crawford, fkl Robert Johnson, tiideon Birkhart, Dr Fitzgerald, Rev R B Darling, V S Lotpeich. Johnson It L Wilson, S E Northing ton, Mnj Jos Wagoner, Capt J B Wyatt, Msj J M Grayson, Ham Smith, R R Butler, G II Shoun, II C Donnelly, J W Sboun, A A Bidleman, John Murphy. r.nidUy Hon John C Gaut; Thomas L Cate; A A Campbell; A J Trewhitt, Jas II Normar; Captain Norwood. Jrfewn&A J M Thornburg; Col D G 'fhornburg: J M Meek; James P Swan; James LCain; John L Code; J L Foust; David Grant, Garrett Lane; Jas N Lyle; W Harri?; Col Wm Sawyers. Claiborne Lewis Harman; Wiley Huf faker, K D Willis; James Carr; P M Rudd; John Mason. Grainger Dr Thornburg; M Goldman, Capt J ii Remine, Dewit Senter. Cocke George O.dun; Greenville W Loyd; Mar-hall O'Neill; Joel Brooks; Sanberry Northerton; James H Ran dolph; Wra L Worthington: S H In man. MwC H SafT.ll; Col J M MAon; Dr Brownlow, a'teratr, Maj M Ste pheco; L C Houk, ultimate; Dr G W Keith. Scot: R Weirs; A IT Cross, Dr Brown low, oltmatr, Joel Hanby; L C Houk, altrrriair, Caj.t Jones IV.ici John E Huddlteetou, John Hutch. Dr Carr, Wm Hickell, Wra Huddelston, James Turner, M V Kash Meigs James Gettys, Col A Cox, J P Knieht, The Cisle, W II Hunler. MMiKW L D)don, J M Hn deioa, Charles Cate, Olivtr Dodson, E A Allen, Burgess Wilt, ML Phillips, Alln Cowhorn. Hancock. Maj Wm Davis, J M Rain3 Capt L M Jartis, Capt Trent. JLiwktns Joseph Eokle, Joseph Wil li. W C Kyle, Dr P Mitchell. Jam3 White,: DC Walker, Dr J N Walker, George Well. Aa-ier Col W C Pickens. John Cald wea, i jl t.urneit coi i X'ugsiaTi CjI J C Murphy, D P (iass, ii G ! Simra. D W Howard, Lt Underdjwn, 4 A II Keener, John Morton, E ii Cress-" well, Leru lj2gan, A A i agala. Jicane Coi" R. K. Byrd, John A. Bar nard, J. 'f. Selly, Simuel Burnett, T. J. Mason, John Blair, Wm.ML Alexander, J. D. Smith, Wm. C. Julian, T. N. Clark, Sim 1 Chil Jress, T'ho's Carter. Polk Dr. Ketheiside, Charles Me Clirey, Dr. Fletcher, Gen. Gamble. HhM John P. Walker, G. W. Mor gan, I'r an k Locke. John Morgan. Marion. A. A. Jlvde. K. Huston. Sheriff Prvor. CwderLmd Capt J. Ate, Thomtas 1 N,u Yoai:, Jan. S The Times ppe B. Swan. rial says: It is rumored that Sherman jj(aio'.T. S. IVaiier. Wm Kinkin iVir'ti Tinker Dave Pitej-, CHpt. Miilsaps. Jack MoJHnix, Eiouire Can- atcher. Oeert9n Anderson Thi-'inghira, Is quire Armstrong. On motion, "Hou. Greene Adam-, of. Ky. was invited to bo present in the j Convention 1 A.rmirnA.1 t.- T ,. v LttLln;Sciloii. IL Clement. olTereJ the following j tesol'ttion, which was lost : Resolved, That all soldiers, whether officers or privates, who are hereasdol- 1 . 1 !... , .1 vontion. r c ..v . ! .....''' ... Considerable diwzusaion arose relative to ioe ppomimni Oi a cuamea. : DilWee, "regarding the number to be ;?iuoa w:is to nave tnree irou w.u. Ar f . 9.1 A. .1 ! n .! rirA uon. ,w ueiegaies ue frr.m To.l Timiucuo nd 1 T frOm . each of the others, as more lair, on c- mi:rtfif'ft,ft r.rhlnmininfia of Union '. . , - sumenc m tne nrst nameu. Mr. Mfcvnard proposed to make tne r.umUf ir frnm pae.h section, but OO l. x- r r.. i r;ii;,n hm iue urwou ui . b ' . reduced the number to three, inis motion iaa agreed to unammoualy. . ii , i All resolutions were ordered to go to this committee without debate. n :u la. annfmtir. Ihe committee wdl be announced to-dar.' ' ' ' - - . akaOLUTioh.- - - Judge Trewhitt offered & series of resolutlocs opposing any attempt, by the present convention, at unending the constitution of the State, but favor ing the selection of candidates for del egates, to be elected by the people, to ! amend the constitution; also favoring the election of a legislature, congress men, ic, and the abolition of slavery. The resok lions we r offered at so l&r an hour that we are unable to give them ia full A delegate from Williamson offered a resolution ' declaring that all pereen who had taken the Amnesty in good faith, and observed it, ought to be al lowed to vote; provided neutrality is not te be considered loyalty. Judge 2Iiiligan offered a resolution declaring that the people have, at any time, a rig!ht to amend the Constitution, and favoring the submission of the fob - 'i v va vivu tm vasa v-v V V . ARTICLE FIUbT, A'ix. 1. Stavery and involuntary servi tude, except for the punishment of crime. !whi?reof the nartv aball 1iia ouvihucu oiiu uiuuiuiieu. queers. ) Sf.c. 2. The Legislature shall make no aw recognizing the right of proper ty in man. (Cheers.) (ICHEDCLR. Ct.- 1 QaK-.n 1 C 4V,- O.I -f v. . a i- nuu w i 111 fcuo .ti irblCie O the Constitution, which is as follows: "The General Assembly shall have no power to paalaws for the emancipation of s'aves without the consent of their . j . , , ' uthi ui whut-id, is uvieuy uuiiberaieu , . ... ana lorever annullea. Sic. 3. The military league t nto between the State of Tenuthste. on tne . in etay oi jday witn tne so-called Confederate States, and ratified and confctmed by the Legislature on the day of , 1 SCI, whereby the mili tary power of the State was trans ferred to the usurper, Jefferson T( t ' - anrl 4l A 1r. vol rorra rii' iitk .Qrota ra-te ii.s vAsaais, vsisn sa oi treason, u.iurr-a tion. and oppression, and of nn I . . . . '. : i bin-juig, lorce or etlect, and is therefore utoiarKU uuu aiiu vow irom ma Degin- I 3 i ii i i r . i , I n:m: Sfo. 3-ine depuration of icdcendanrift passed and promulgated by the L'gis- iu.iu.b ui i puneasee on tne otn day oi May, 15C1, by which' the State was de clared separated from the Federal Union, and all laws and ordinances by which Tennessee became a member of the United Slates, annulled and abro gated, was in like manner an act o? Llreason, usurpation and oppression, and ? i -. 1 . . . 1 : I j c r 1 a.u.iuiti.t'iy U1U UIlu Ol I1(J JOTCe irom I the uepinniniT I Sec. 4 All resolutions, ordinances and laws as well as all acts done and performed under the authority of th usurped State Government, aft r th,i declared independence of the State ii jriinpsrfw, on ine oin ay or way, r n - - . t r 1 1- i . . f Icol. and eiipecially an act authorizing the LuanGi of a loan of $3,000,000 at ?j per ent, passed cn the day ol , LSCI, kre hereby declareel without authority, and absolutely null and void. Sec o That upon the adoption of ine ioreroiDg articles oy the people, tli at tmg governor ot tne estate is authorized imd requested, as soon as in his judgmant it may be deemed expe dient and practicable, to order an election for Governor and members of the (Joneral Assembly, upon the basis preiented in the act apportioning representat ves in the State, parsed on the day of 1 85-, to assemble in the city of Nashville, at such time as may bo designated by law. Si:o 6 -All civil and military effioers which have been, or hereafter may be f ppointed by the acting military Gov ernor, are hereby affirmed, and they shad continue to hold and exereisa the functions of their respective offices unti' their successors are elected, or appointed and qualified, as prescribed by the laws and Constitution of the Stale and of the United States. The J udj;e was at once called out, to make a speech in behalf of Lis resolu tions. . He recounted the situation of the State, and declared that there was no possibility of reorganizing the State, except through the abolition of slavery. Two ways lay before us; either amend the con-titution, as provided by that instrument, or make a direct ap pe-d to the people. This last could be done by the. present body. The action of this cont ention could have no effect, until its work had been ratified by the people; and if the people ratified it, all would b riht. If this convention has no power to submit a constitution, it has no power to call a constitutional convention. Ey taking action now, bnth time aad money would be saved. If people don't like the constitution presented, they can vote it down ; if they adopt it, as they probably will, we shall speedily have a restoration of law. Dr. Brownlow wa3 called upon, (! responded in a few happy remarki He said that there were 510 delegates present, If 0 of whom were from East Tennessee They had taken up their cross, and vrere determined to follow the stars and stripes until the rebels had received their merited doom Mc. Maynard and others were called out, ind deli vered appropriate and spir ted rmarka J u3g Trewhiit c3ered the following which was adopted : RxAed; That his Excellency Gov. Johnson, be requested to attend this Convention and deliver an address to the member of the Convention. ' The Conve ntion then adjourned. "a commvaicatea to the President that the G5rgia State authorities have UpphM to come back into the Lnion, Hr"1 Secretary Manton's visit to Savannah w doubtless m connection with thin. The Time sars (ien. Tlirkniaa Vo beonmaile a Major General in theteg- ular army. Baltimore, Jan. S. Henry M. Flint, fr,.,.:,! " . i. j l . . i- i..rlu.'. "Wr.wi ui vn8 World, ha- been arrested here bf the military authorities, charged with dfs lh ! loyalty. He is now In Vustody.,",1,u : i Lore at J la w are things we JLa4 I better keep out of if wa etc. .They both lead to strong attsohiasziU. 1 C.I.I InallAII G1 nfUAtituhAlll Mil II Mimru furiMiurr. i Juo. K. lime Co., ;U a TLurj I damo. nit.? , be 12th dayof Jauoary, at Jfo. u 6o uh Euinroer street, one Parlor I C3e4 I ' . VS ,4 Uff I. UTTI. tur. Catr Tbio.-"C"aAu Stands Ckaira, Toilet Setts, two Ingrai AncUon Sale cr Tcrnltare. I .1 Crunk, Gieeoeit i fot!'l st th; resi(jenPe 6f Calvin Fereuson; u". tull street, Edrefield, all of hi.' b.tirrbold and kitohea furniture, ic- n Thumdsy, Jau. 12 lsci ga!e t,JCOUmoncc ttl 0-ei.vk. jan. 8 4t. Information is wanted of mr wife, ifrf. John J. Banks, and two children. 1 left them ou Friday morn-Df Itut, temporarily. at a private residence in th city, ami siiioe then, being a strsnecr, I hare not been able to iieatify the place.- Anv, iuformtkn of tbeir wherealts "will be gratefully re- ceived br 8 distre?ed husband. I can be foand ndrnS the Markft f House.- ' - - - -- s JBhsks. yashville.Ian.S. A R.-Pi-Pirm T?rv put. .'We ran eenscien- tiou ly recommend to those luifering from distressing rengh. Dr. Strickland1 Mdlli- most instantaueou-lT. and is withal not dis agreeable to th taste. There in no doubt but tlio .Mellifluou Cough Lahiaia is one of the best preparations in use, and i all that its proprietor claims for it. We hare tried it during the past week, and found relitf from a most -Uistre!iin eouh. ..It is pre pared tv Dr. Strickland, No. 6 F.iist Fqurth Ureet, Cincinnati, Ohio, and for sale by druggists, at o ceiw pr omaie. ! apy f a bu ly I I K I , ' fHi th tvcaing of the Sth inv(.; J. It. Hv- hi- iio!, A'-t.g As iataut fc'urg.oii V. S. ., of pultrona- j eocuniption, aged 4i v-ars. fut I th i:nie cf ii'-(ne lie ws on j-roSwion;' I'itj at iiof- p:til No. . ll-r- fllDTlt will -k j.-r-1!ii mom iL at 11 o'olo-lr. . ; Cincnr.t'i snd C'..lomltw - -,io, .n:r ji1m copy. In ttiiscitr. dnnI:iy morning, Elenob rLvt, wif" 0f L. r. Coien-n, Jr., and dwsher of Frr-J. svm., I dew;d. itivlied to HttPiid the liim-nd fr m the ri-idiicf No 63 North Market idrett, Wednesday morning at tlTn o'!u k. fv-rvicee by B.v Ir. Kiw-ll. jao.l0 2t. , i J HEAIjQUARTERS P03T OF NASHVILLE,) Aaarn.LE, 'less., Jan. tin, I.'SOx. J AaariixE, Tens., Jan. Mb, 1.-400. CSenera.1 Order) IN O. ;. j l .XTKA T. Tli following inrtrucfons havo b'ea reee'veJ from Mm. eer. tnomu", commiinilinx: "IHill all safe fi-nsrd!" in and send trem to their command, aud Kive Uie neeecsiii-y orders to pre- J from this j'ost." )n' ""l3? h"reof v8" , Ti1 ,?, ihh 1 post, by whaterf-r atithoidy dw.tded, will Yjp u rent in tho lui lire, the s-naing out tt any more t onc returned to the Ho-onmls or harr4.'k frwni wh.fh they came nd no application f r o.hr icill he enti'MHMie'i ia Kit -Ji-e. " c- By o m.iud of Frig. G-n. Johv K. Mili m: : f.. I1"'V,1.AM.. t';ipt. and As-sis't Adj. i u. II T. tEiit.'ARTERS P )ST i F A-HV1LI.E, ) 0,-,rr r liti.foT Map.siul-, Aash ii lf, 'Ii w., .Ian. '., ls,;l. ) fienerftl Orders,) AO. Ui ) EX1RJ.CT. jn i80.r.n.hii.it!t. "t z.-ns i,r.tu we-arica-thc Vn f,,rm c,t i'mtd si:itea b.i iur ii,a .t .n.ir 10 'overumert employees. . . . ' - J VMES L. fcoVI' ry eoinmnu oi rriF. vk-ii. .ir.nN r. omirK: C:ot. sn I Ass'c Provost Marsha!. HALL SC FLETCHER, 44 Jsortli Cherry fcstreet, BRANCH OFFICE FROM AV-VSIIINGXOX, JL. f. A RE PREPARE!" TO tuf.LEOr ALL, V. Ci.-Lim ecuit (he Gnveriiiiinj nud to s.--- In., -II -.n .... . - . n-l. . r "l n uumiw. iui-jot r;ien ui Hr; 3iiK-er i nil t!, . : 1 mrum -tn-i hi .-.ri!ni;io:i isnlo iw. " clIlLGU., TXT X J A fii)0n K FI.T "i'A'i V.' 'J SOPRANO PLATER IV.R inoijioav. Keaiment, about y2 ' ." ... i ,, ?, on tne i .i.tiatin pike. iind pud Apply at this ortiuv. jiuw ; rt PUATT'S ACADEMY OF DANCING, ttrasj aud String Band, OPEN EVERY EVE KINO. Ml'SIC FURNISHED FOR BALLS, PARTI EP, Med.liPK, Lerer-, Ao. Apply i.t the Aad- ti.iiv, or H,ijr.-9 coi : t;EO. P.. PRATT. Teafher and Proprietor. n. i.. iu-n' le.-sous given ou vsrioua instru ment-. A. HOKEkSTi" IN, jaiU'V-2 . ' Mnsji-Bl IirettO'. $25 Reward. HOUSE STOLEN lROM THE RACK IN THE FRONT OF CAPT. T C. H. Irviu'a oiiice, 107 Cherrv ftreet, on (he evening of J:n. e, 18o3, a SORREL MARE, seven year old, Rlout i; hiiud hi'sh, with a mull sisr in her forehead near the ear, e trini Itiltei alightlv, one-lnlf of h-r t inne cropped. Also saddle m.srk- el, U It eye sore Ir. in a rtveut bruise. The idove reward wi 1 le pv.j if left nt the ohiiii of th- rtih noma.-i .:irmi'y, xs,T'Rneni, or at toe ottice fl L,ty I'olioe. UEL'I". C IIITCHCXK, jaiif 3t Co. E, Oth Ind. C.t. Smith Coun'y Circuit Court. C IK Til AGE, TENN. ' - Int Wi Kiii.', Admioiftritor of the) Mate of John K. Moore, deeaaed Attnchment. v. ) Kor. Term SjTint l (oxle; W4. IT ifpeariPir to ihe aatisfa tion of the Court that the dfefenaunt. tamui l (ioode, ia a non-resident oi 1 1 unt sst-e; u is ordered that publication be made oar consecutive weeks as re.iui ed by law in a ...lev. j : , m .. . . neperiuui!iimin imwnTiiie, ienn., eailea tne Nnshvilie Luion, commanding th aid dofeodnnt to appear at the n xt term of thia ekurt, Fitting at Carthage, Tenn., commencing on the fourth Mon d.iy oi March next, then and iliere to plead, answer or amur to pimnurr a attaenment, or tha aame will be taken for confessed and set down t-jt hear ng f.rp7f iHlOBim. Test, IRA W, KIKG, Cle k. janio dltwt -Je.H L. Akhdell, Iiep'ty. . : .,., U. .. , . Smith Counter- Circuit Courts CARTnAGE, TESN. ' V.rjjin'a I. Alien . r AtUchmantlltrll.. . , R.- A.-Lapsley, et :i!h.J Koremer Term loci. T T aopearing to the ali8frtion of the Court tliat X the a tdDdontn, K. A. Lpsli-y Hnd John Allen, luive remoTeaihrinselrea ouuof the Htute of Ten nessee and beyond ihejun.sdicuou of this Cknrt, ao thit ort:osry proesa of taw cwioot be served upon them, ivis therefore ordered by the, Con t tr,at pi.b.icHtion tie nwie lour eoaaevutiTe weeks in a newpper called the Naanviile Union, published inNaahn'd , Tenn , commanding said defeniants to appear r the naxt trm of thia Coort, aisting at rsfihajre, Tenn, commencing on he fjuith Mon-d.ry-of March n-xt, (ISM,) th. n and there to plead, antr or demur to eompla BHnt's attv hment h B, oi iu nine mi-.i im uisea ior ooniess4 n t them ana sei ir neannij r.r p.Tri.. Test. IRA V. KINO, CWk. ' I junlO dlt, w3t Ry J. L. Awpri L.Depnty. Smith Coucty Court -Clerks Office, Carthage, Tenn. Nathan Phillii.a, Adm'rof the Estate of Tbos. Porter, doe'd, Iican N. Eua aad wife, ' vs. ' " Rnles.Tati.. Ic3. Naecy Jane. Jo-p!t R. and .Mary Porter ;md Itonelda j .Tinimh. j TT appar.n to Q,o Cl. rk from the cs: that all I ine aeiennnnis are non-rc-ndents of the 8tt ot 'iemieseee: s is ordered that puUicalion ha ma le lour successive weeka in a newppr . ailed tlit N:ishvd!e Union, pul.'i,hcd in Na.hv,lle, Ienn c.iminsndina: said deteodants Pa appear at the etvl su.nij Man: a Term tljj of the Smith t'ounty C.virt, iittin at Cathay, Tenn., on tt Ur Monasy of t aid month, to plead, answer or demur t complainant' bid, or tbs aame will be taken !' f-0!i:esseaa-, to It.em ac-1 set dowo for he nn" fx yi-tr- T.. W. TURN EL", jsnio dlw-a. Perk. I'nltfd States Direet Taxes. Ot ncit UsiTin 9t.tm' Pinrr Ta CovmUboxh,) Di.Taict or TistMrc,- ' I Nauviut. Jan'y 10, 1S.J4 t THE QUOTA OF DIRECT 1 AXr I-UE FROM the tninty ol" Danrisan, tn the Ho t ofTennof. se. under the act ct Conro approved Aucu-H 5 ist.i, naa oeeu ipp,nioue.l ina ch.;rge.l upon U tnr- niif, ui-. oi ktoohh m sna County of u-.t- viafon.m pursuaoce oi Die n t of CoDgrea ntittd re-tionary districts within the United Hi, and for hr nurpoec.' r.roved June 7. Ikki mi Kiior uie collection ol .Urecl tuxes unni: xe4 in in.ii- i miutitutia Charged may be paid wiUiin aixtT ya from tlu date, Ilio the Trt-atury of tha United I ., or mr vonm!wnorar at trieir effiee in shnlle. No. 44 South Cherry street I I'ELANOT. SMrTIT. I ' - JNO. B. ROIKSER9,'. Oacld-im, Coma. aaioara. 'fear; ; - j J. R. ALiS.y.- JOHN HUNTLEV... Ji B.AU.EN, br ..Sol? Lnw an 1 Manaer. Sw Manager. lYeurcr Tliiri "Week of the young and talentod Actrese, TIIK VEPp SISTERS. In Four of thcirwreat e'hftratprs. Tui9day Eveninq January lOih, Will c pc'f-raipj the beaiuifal Dtirsi of the' 3M Alt K KTGtHLQ 1 TA.Tl IS 'itie flicne.as I1" frons:iiO.....M-i Emma WelJj. igenis, j he Market (iirl M:s d Vl.,ti. -To roneln !e i'.h Hip r.iule!iK- ol" Kily O'Connor. " M Ir-a yacopp4ien Hardres Crrgan. .-!-. MU EiPina W-- ,.JI. a la VeU. Iu rehearsal Waitin;; for t-.o Vord I. Pit it iioi. Oo I Oronestra 2&U.7 cto Pariyorte - J I !jal!erj,........25ou Colored Gallery Co eta , . IxMii open 'at to 7 o'ci-fck. JPci-i.-uunca to commence at 7i o clock. .m F.AiiKUEFFNER," HOH(EOPATH, ' Corner College aad Cay Streets, v ENTRA JCC.E GAY STREET. , - - T " " t i f ( rt I , ' AwyiCTB rlOTIW UNTIL a.m.r FROM 1 J to ;, and O to t, p.m. T" KrpoiiU attention wi:l ha gif a to he treat meru of JUronic IiteiKei, and tl.e iuf feritiw W'clalrfrt a. ' The medicine to he ivu will be so mild aa not to prevent pMieais from uend ing to their dmly arocationa. Ortll-3m DIARIES FOR 1865. TK HAVE XOW IN feTORK EVKKV t'AL- ity, from tl.e lowest grades t ttie lines- matiufHciurrd. Wo !-hall keep the sr.-ortrufut rtnpl(.-te dur n; the. sea-on. GATES & GAMBLE, 2u Xorth Cherry a troet, Also invite attention texour very large and choice" assortment of PHOTOGRAPH mm, We tv.va deoid.-'Uly the moat tttnu dye stock'o these rc'cds ever effored in this mRrket. Fairchild & Shephard's CELEBRATED MB AND PENCILS. V.'e tsep nou t ilt ihj-cor ptiar sd Ktown mnk9. Every p-.n tearing the ir.iVer'e Lame!.' wairuiteJ nwmm A S D Wi" i t i z i CiisoH lu i!n;i'v.) and lc-athrr V. ii.J.uy. Pocket Booki and Pursus la tiii" Etjii.'h ir.'ri'ci and cU. Au. u.e new titles on tiand. ft BILL HOLDERS and' Banker's Cases. BUCKSKIN MONEY BELTS. Glass, Wooden and Pocket I INK STANDS. BLACK, BLUE AND RED INK. BLOTTING PAPER Hy the Sheet or Ream. BLl'Ht 0 0 0 K S boont and nilod in every style. GILLOTT'S STEEL PENS, , 4 .All fcizes. KuenieOrientiil and Trian'e NOTE PAPER AND ENVELOPES. Fine Note, Taper and Envelopes. i AND i 13 ill Paper, . And a huge lot of SUtiouer'a Notions, to whicji we invite tho attention of decJera in the city and army. We solicit orders, and Kill, vend by mail any article in' our line. : ; , " GATES & GAMBLE, it North Cherry atrwt, Nashille. (143 Wslmit street, Cincinnati.) dc, 29 - Dm. UNIVERSAL SUCCESS DOCTOR McGJLL, BOTiS'ic PHISH'IW, UI TH? TREATMENT OK DISEASS., 13 - CHOWFI.Nli HIM WITH BUCCESH LS OTHER BTATEA A3 IT LS IX r. NASHVILLE, TENEbaL'K - For further information in regard to the skillful success in the treatment of diseases, Ihe-reader is referred to Stil le's THERArstmct and Materia Meph-a, two" large volumes, late edition of 1 ''(, the best work in thei United States, where you will find Dr. McGill's name standing parallel with- the best medical men. of the ago in the treatment of dis eases of women. For all diseases in this advertisement, aausiaction i guar a n- teed. nn my general practice 1 treat following M:i Chronic Cue with aatiaractjoa : Rhanmaiism, Aflxcbooa of taa L'mes; Lueaac at tne Throam. wlW4 Jbtnv. Bud" Limbs, Pleuriay, Paina, L'icora, Civccf, Graval. Laaesa of tL Heart aad Lave inn mm anon ol the BtomaLh, NauraUia. - ;ng'fc JZ U or faeroruia, Deafnawi, Aaaaaaw of toe Eye4 XxtbUitnted 8y- tema. DTpopaiaox Iaditraw-o. and Cooaumotii trreuier wita ell l'rivate li irrt'.en .u I liitsenae ol the IJiinary Ornan. To the Ladles. AH Affection of tha Womb treated with ontev. Thoaa 2med Lad wbo have been ao unrona nat to Ktactury er nrev aboraon, can ba ramd to thaa till bj ii (miad prKbaot, Ly fpr.u m a .caU. . . bwriilty. Touns Kamod Ladioa wLoa tniAjrtbaa M tu i bbsa not to bring torth tn da season, rtnemtr I God haa aaid you should ronraply and rfemsh. Ii 1 Uua s your tWMira yoq can consult me fi'.tft ty ! letter or in rraon. No la-i rover tninr-nve veam i of aee need make application. AlloornnJuiuo,uoaa by leaar or person atnetly conSdnbai. 1 Xlght Imlaslooa Cured. Tnnnj. Man. atop before von fartner i. m !! Cjeaaea aubject to Man, there ia no disease ao Lard to cure aa N'.eht .Em.ssiona, and piiv;c,ia are acarc that nnderaUad treating it ; and to you I can aaf that I haTe cared donna m tUf c ty, a well a in arereoi mot, who i,o ci aoiiar aler dol lar, and ara tow ww enrea ry me. I am iLuly re ckit.zui !eter and aendinjr medicine to all nana r.i tie Ofona-T. L) a word, ail that are Led hj anyway, ana wm give me a eaii, I w'Jl Blra kcoon tor ail Of the .li-w. rtaanaoned La thi. TerOaement. Th best of raXerencea itit ui thia IK. a .1 eiiy. . . AS letters (unnai io DSL. MOQILL, Union Mnset, Naahfille. Tenn jani-ly wdl meet wlia prompt liHuw,, a2aa; Tliea-ti-e- ,H.l..-.Mcif-rs. . Treasurer. .......... .Vnafr. C. C. A iim...- W. M. Ff.ler W. H. F.rrf ti eren ;ght of J. E. McOonough and Miss Lotia. Tuesday . Evening, January 10, r" j Will V,rfseiid T ' ' DtrMll GIRL OF OKNOA StrntS'io . vcr:nre ...J. . MoDoco"2 .........0rch.',i,- RobertAIaraire RoU'rt Manure ... ..J. E. McPonough, To ron !iii' with the Good for othtrL-. N'sn-, .M' Lott. WednesdiT'pen:cg wlli re prewDted the grand sj-ctiwie 01 toe thjs sji-jlth-j. Fwnw or Aphdwot. ira Curl 73 cBfa ; Par- qutcw utuL.ru ;reat ; rrTre tsoxm f uo ; lrr S5 cent. -Tim. I more open at o'clock: '""Curtain mTS rue 7, o r.ock. TFIRST NATIONAL - BANK. U. S. Depositary FINANCIAL AGENT, No. 50 College St., Nashville, Wf!I receive snt.ocr'ptions to tl.e A'ew 7-30 Treasury Kotc Loan The-n'tearei(Dod indennmiiiation'of it50, (?!. .-JOO, ( and $i,000. mafunti in l ukek i r.AKtt Irom Au. l.i, 1S4 inter5t iKivahle semi-nnailly iu curreD-y, at the rnt.oi 7 ;i.iu miSCT, lr annum The notrs nre fvHiHoin Oinvncy at m.ifurity, or couvtrdJo into ."J-'-JO MX PER (.T..NT (,0U bOMIW, with inter.t jHivaU in G4d. A!o, BUT and SELL, iit m.rk.et rao- il h.'nj or tV r. KA.M h. T HECl Kllli?, ludu.Lr.i; U.S. 5.WO HO.NK -v . t' S. r-: TREAril'P.T NOTES. U. H. li M0. CERT1F1CA1E--J OF INLTEBT E,rNF!. U. K ' I VA RTERM A!5T EK.1? CHECKS. 0. K. lcars i per ouiCLiUiALi TXXDER NOTES. . U. S. O Tr Cent. COLTOX md RKeildTEREI), oflNHI. - V. a. tiUARTERMAHTERS' VOUCHERS and OR DERS OA WASHINGTON for One Year Certiticute. - MAKE COLLECTIONS In 'aihvi!ld, aud furnish Might Draft f r any ainouid on w York, Cinciunau and Louiavilie. U. S. Revtnu'o Stamp brt' hand for Sale. A. G. SANFORD. Tresidant. J. B. HOWARD & CO., Bankers & Brokers, Curner cf College snd Union SU., Xaahville, Tenu. Government Vouchers Cisr.2 J ca ihts t.-t tnoa. SiUHT DRAf lS For Uij ;r,fui on Lou:sr.iio, CmicaiU, u.d N w WnstiUla, August "ii C. CaCNi. W. J. 61V3C0.;K. JtH .?. LOS&. lUlTIOM AM) COllMISSIO.N' MERCHANTS. isivco scw to Wwurr, Pennetaker t i,V, XO. 70 PUBLIC HQlTVlti:. I - - . TF. ARE PH EPA RED TO RECEIVE fXIS T ? for iio at aut'tioo, or at pnrate aai. Also, prompt aiiKitkn paid to reonivinn and torwar-llng Go!. Particular nt'entino pm,j jn otKdotvr s;iJ.- tf Fumit jre, (irooeres, Rjsl Estate, c , Ac Auction Sala i every Wednesday and Friday. Small Dwellings for Sale A PRK'K r. WELLING ON SOUTH UNION street, between Hih street and Frankl a i .ke, conrNiniOK u rooms aul store room. Lit 4" by PiO fewf, sod inwned ate poss on ffiven. A neat brick dwelling on. Col.ege .street, berond the resilience of Isriac Psiii, E1., (No. 14.) Pri e S-.T.si Lot m by l;!C. . A smal' Framed Pwdling nn H. Clierrv stn :, opposite the south end ot C tv Ceinco-ry." Houe and lot oft'-rt d lor U.e. sum of fcltKs. Large Dwellings. qUIE LARGE AND SPACIOUrf HOUSE ON THE X. N. E. corner of hurch and ipnice streets. Tlie Lot contjunw atveDty fe-t front, and tho house hs t.'o or twclvs uia,-ith kithen. servants' rooms, stHU, Ac. Ctiered for 'jo les than its reiJ alue.. ; . - A de-tizhtfij home place n Summer ttreer, be 'weenCnurcti and Broad, just auitile fc a family that want to locale" forbfr. Reasonable fltrires. Toetner wttli a van winoiiBt of ot'er property at Uki ofiice oi NELS-jN A MUKFKLE. janJ Iw, 1 House for Rent AND Furniture for Saie. INQUIRE AT OH KOUTIT HIQH STREET, one loor acrth ef theltd aa Ivtor., t . t t Fine Speculation. ANY C.ENTLEM "HAVING EIGHT OR TEN thousand dollars to spare, can rind a firui v raiment in U)4 a air cf a. 1 Ketan-ant aat L rinkmg Saloon :n the centre of trade. B-th tblishrrirnts now in auccearfiU operatioo ; xvmU D'-rv lese ttian sli er day. aad. Tryvar. in c miSei j.fder Apply o v, -t NASHVILLE AD EDGEFIELD COMPANY. CRU "VN AND AFTER SATURAT, JANUARf J 7th, the Nahiilen l EdtfteW KKIlltY COM PAN V Will ran thftlr Mim Ferry Boat KENTUCKY, For the benefit ol travelers au.l cit zjns 'ween Niihvili and EdgefWld. WrtU-'s wi.,hni to ao.d the deUuiioui. at tu bridge nil! find the KENTUCKY a skid and quid: naeaaj of oruasin tL nw II. V. R0GERS,: jani laa ; ' Masajer. Cincinnati gWrcdfanafnte Cincinnati drrrtbnntnts OPERA-HOUSE J CINCINNATI ! booistoe: Cincinnati, Q. One of the Three Largest BOOK AMD . Stationery Hi-O USES IN THE United States R. W. Carroll & Co. 73 West 4th St., j.. Oiuciiinnti, O. WHOLES ILK DK1LK11S Books and Stationery Of Every Description tlen li licit tcrs. AIIMV NEWS AGENT'S, UTLERS, Q UA.KTE RMA3TERS, rF.ovosr MARSHALS, SUIcGEONS, rOSTMASTER3, ; i!Oflloorfl, ftut,;.lieJ wih eery thing U.ey nl In tha ur.c of cur bunices., at ihe Lowest Prici, and their Ordv rs jri.n.ptiy dliei. Stationery aud Books ... 3. -' TO HS1L TO THE ARIVIY, - .- . - ; , " W,!l Cod d to tr.t.t ntcre-t, botL iu kha Quality of Goods, aad the vury . " '4 . -- Low Prices, toUT THilK bTAK'K OK V Note Paper, Letter Paper, Cap Paper, Envelope Paper, Card EnFelspes,' .t . Note Enrelopes, Letter Envelopes, Document Enreloprs, Wallots Portfolios, InkBtands, Gold Pena, . Pencils. 11 j . PKotograjph' Albums, ,. From 75 Cents to 30 Dollars. Card Photographs, , '. " ' 0 (Plain and Colored) OF GENERALS, POLITICIANS, AC- " TIIE3SKVAC. '"' ' biariesi1865, Of SJ (Cfferent ahetiea, for the Potke ranging in pritn fruoi fi9 tn 55af nftr Dr7An , . I EVERY II AN WANTS ONE oTHEiI Paper Novels t i- 0f all kiAds retaking fr m lteeou to J 00 aach. bound books of eTry rvtf. , Military Books. liealor fladuyr dlfScuJty ;n g etiu rernlarfrana ptationcan bate Papnr, EneMopea, Carda, and look, bo h Uhib4 aad Bnijou&d, aaAwy pa:ke.t aid aent ty mall, prepaid, at not mocti axoee-Ln Etpresa ratee ol traiiu. Send your Orders GREAT AND SHALL TO R. W. Carroll & Co. Oiiiciuiirati, O. tu aad Cataiogaa ftiraiahai spoa spphcaiicA. Oclv ia , . ' ' y r Hats & Cap 3. FUR S, BOOTS & SHOES, C. B. OAIilP GO, I 03 a x D 97 THIRD STREXT, OPPOSITE 8URK ST 'nOU3Z, CINCINNATI Felt' Hats, Wool Hats, Gilmoro Hats, Burnsido Hats, Chapeau Hats, Unionist Hats, Grant Hats, Hooker Hats. LADIES' AND MISSES A. T Iu lire Tariety, BUFFALO ROBES BUFF, BUCK AND KID Csloves & Gauntlets BOOTS AND - 3 ii O K S, tialn Vaiiet, hud uiiuy ecouJ u uone La our market AU of which vri'd b od'erc-d oa tonai that will ceitaiuly guaraiiteo us you? patronage. O. B. OAMP & OO.f luJa. CINCINNATI. W."Y. Elliott, COMIillSSION H-BRCHAHT INo, 4 Uroad Wtraet. IVtislivillo, nTeiiu. f AM PREPARED TO lu.AK.al UliSfU- X vaooae npoa Cotton and Tobacco; and repectrnlly aollcli lioerai patroaaxe. W. Y. ELLIOTT. epM tf GALLERY OF THE Cumberland. CATALOGUE 0I HOTfiGRAPHIC CARTE. M 191TE dwunauirtb.J otVr c-f tn K-eraJ aad Cut federate Army and Smvj, ft,! mUy, oolwarf a-; junjiii n unmu diount mn.l to 'leaierp ReOul prv , cenU, aeut to any part of i. ' country, by n.a I, m r: pt of an orW, with u mouey, at -Mi KSK iS LLERT op TdK CIJ bekLa.vd." aribryTwi a. tiM, for .tie t'axd p t aran of prom.n6 transaa. Au., Ac, t GtMral 8--otl CaiierJ Riaei-rns, . Koii-VAii. " M."ClW.A4l, ' Hernial., " Iiaaco'a. Warraa. &raot. 1 bouiae, H'.ker Howard, Mr pfcMon, tsiootm, Crittuiif-a, Rum-hOa, R.rker. " Rulicr " rd..n Graiu', . - , K-y av CSkjiiDO-lore Porter, eirl .woraa L. Hm. W-lluuna, " U.W. '" AadKmua, " ha.rJ. r. .iiif, lorw, " NfloflJt, Col Bel CoOoru, xiyuv. Major Rowley. G.mni"dr yarrsjt, Gonerai haJdTUa.uk :ro..k, Kd , A. J. Siiuiii, snea 1naa, ti'lmia. " Kllpstruk. " H.omoiwl, - t'sil Shur. ' WetrtW. " Johnson. Colnei Aikiix, ljrtuiyo. SnTrfMuU J 'hnay Clem. Confederal -a t fMirai J-(f 1m F.tthiinn lee, " Loa-areeC. " k It u.ii . T)nra K. E. I , " Joe Johcaw.. ... .. .... " ioo-wil Jackson, rirM-kennda, Lnrk. TayU.f. ZfiiUcoffBr, t hiim, JiMia Morgan, Naa lorn, Jetf 1 hon.poo, Pik, risa, Ki'by Smith Pa p Ptu e. UiU. Scepheaa M Kieurtyarit, " Eweti. Hji-Wner. " IfJwei tot!, M Uuntavita Smith, Captain bemxn.. AUao uroapaa of all th prominent FedrU ooooe eanl tS.'i Croup ot all ihe prrvauatMit AkibXedraie Oeoara. oa oa uatiI. ii ra -t tr '. i I . ' ; -1 ' . if