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8ATi;ill).Y MOKNI.(i. AL'fJ U.ST 2. lu;2.
Tin? following , ri-auliitiou w as unaitt
inotixly adopted al the j;real ttlato Union
Convention held in thiit citjr May 1 'J, 1802:
Jlrmihvil, That we rowignize ia t!i
Xahiivm.lb Union nn able rxKiirnt of
tlio jirinciplf n of tlir Union men of Ten-ik-shcp,
and wo taiiifntly recommend it
an well drtu-rving of thn patronage of
Union mrn cvrry where:
N'Agnvit.r.K (JrAUDs meet to-day
at 1 o'clock for parade and target
I!y order of the Captain.
Auf. 2.-1 1. T. Enheiii..:!, 0. H. '
' I.ki.kiihi'h Noth r Thero will be
IMvine service liy tho Chaplain of tho
Js'Dshvillo Union Guard, in llio Hall of
the Court IIouhc, Sunday morning, Au
riihI third, at half-past ten o'clock.
Citizens find soldiers generally are in
vited to aHcnd.
llKAIigfAliTFKrt l'Ji'll Il.l.lVolf, )
lit nt villi:, Ala., .Inly, 1S02.J
(!i:ni.iiai, (iin.r.ii No, 'id.
All Coniininsioned and Koii-Conmiis-Bioncd
(Jillccrs, MnsidanH and Privates,
lii'limniii to the J 'Mh liegimtnt Illinois
Yoliinfcera.'who are now away from their
roppeclivn rompaiiieH, esceit those who
have a Surgeon's Certilicale of Disability
(which luiiHt bo milim-iim-nt to the dafo of
this order), or are on regularly detached
service, will report to these Headquarters
within ton days of tho dafo of the pub
lishment of this order.
Those failing to comply with this or
der will be treated as deserters, and their
names will be published as such. This
order will bo carried out to the let lor.
P.y order of
M. D. Tksii'LK,
Acting Adjutant. Aug 2101.
Tiikatiik. When our managers, imi
tating "Macbeth" commenced tho present
Benson with tho cry of "Hang out our
banners on the outward Wall," they did
not know they would su soon have again
to'jnote (lie ambitious Thauo, and say
"the cry is still they come," but such
we are happy (t record is tho fact, tho
audiences uro mightily increasing in
point of members and fntdiion, and what
is better still they alw ays go away well
pleased, and ready to go again "When
the witching hour" arrives. To-night
there is a spleudid bill ollerod, tho neat
est, wittiest coinedctta iu tho language
--tho "Morning Call" will bo given by
Hattii: 1i:hnai:i and Claudi: Hamilton,
and it couldn't havo bettor exponents;
also the national Dromaof "l'laek Eyed
Susan" including in tho cast tho whole
company. "Miss Coshtantink" will
dance, and "Mr. Dl'ith;i.i and IIattie
l!i:itAHi" will give tho laughter provok
ing Duett, "When a little farm wo keep,"
which was received on Thursday night
with such thunders of applause. A bi I
like this should till the house.
Si mm problems tulvo tin tnsi Ivr.i, or
rather time, the wonder-worker, the phi
losopher, solves them. It is said that In
save labor, Tai.ikyhanii used to put all
his correspondence aside for a month,
and he found that Father Time answered
most of his loiters, and saved him the
trouble and expense of a secretary.
That riddle of the Sphynx, slavery,
which has dragged so many souls
' To l'i;itll anl drall!)r I1L.M,"
and which has as yet found uoudipusto
unravel it, perhaps may best be solved
by li ue and tho chances of war. Let us
wage this war honestly, liorcely, un
tiringly, unceasingly, resolved to strike
unsparingly at every agency, instrument
and help of the rebellion, and l'roviileiice,
which has (Miidcd this nation hitherto,
will iu his own good way and time st ttle
this vexed question. There is no pio
babilily that the obstinacy of Ihe rebels
will leave any part of the prohlum to bo
elimitated at the close of tho war.
A correspondent of Ihe St. I.ouis '-
'( says that a regiment is organizing
rapidly at Wanoshurg Mn., who are
pledged to wuje "conliseation, damna
tion, excommunication, and emancipa
tion agai list all rebels.
0(ion. Iloylo has writ. en ti Dr.
M'iru, Medical Director at Kvansville,
that the paroles given by Johnson and
lather guerrillas are not to be regarded
and are of no etl'cet.
1'orly-three slaves left their masters
, in Nansonioud district, Maryland, Sat
urday night. One man alone lost over
thirty thousand dollars, worth.
IHPllll i AVI" IU MTMillSI.
Mattiikyys' Machines for making pure
sparkling Soia Watlii for bottling or
retailing troni the counter, arc the most
simple, make the best article, and cost
less than any other. 1'lain printed in
structions for making the Soda Water and
delicious Syrups, go with the Machines.
Scud for illustrated catalogue ; it con
tains much that every Sutler should
know. Address John M.wuii-vt s, maker
of Soi'A Watt.u Ai i .U! ati s, Nos. l '7 and
l.'.'.l, 1'iist Avenue, New Voik.
Hold, silver and uncuii.nt money
bought and sold, and Insurance furnished
in the most reliable company, at the In
surance olllce of W. J. M vi.u, No. 'Jo Col
lege street (opposite Sewanee House )
Unionism in Alabama. The Cincin
nati flnelte publishes letters from (Jen.
Hi m.l's Department, giving an interest
ing account of an expedition under Col.
Rtheiuht, of Ihe olst Indiana rrgiment,
into the mountains of Alabama, to aid
Union men who desired to enlist in the
United Stales service to escape. Here
turned with over two hundred recruits,
and would havo had mmy more but for
the blunder or a cavalry officer. The
devotion of theso men to the old flag is
strong, and their wives were equally de
cided in their exhibition of patriotism.
In recruiting for tho now army of 300,
000, Illinois bears o(T the palm. She has
notified the Government of having already
raised a regiment over and above her
What Soldier Want.
The July number of Hall's Journal of
Health contains the following advice to
thoso who are writing to soldiers In the
If you write to a soldier, freind or rela
tive in tho army, using a common envelop
and a sheet of foolscap paper, you may
olso add, without exceeding the weight
for which a three-cent postage stamp will
pay, as much tea as a teaspoon will tako
up twice, or as much hlaelt or cayenne
pepper, such a Is obtained from a good
drug store under the name of "capsicum,
as you can take up at onco with a com
mon teaspoon, and the smaller envolop of
thin paper to hold eitoer. ( hewing t lie
tea, a pinch at a time, every hour or
half hour while keeping guard, or under
circumstances of great thirst, or of exces
sive weariness or sleepiness, will enliven,
will modify thirst, will invigorate, or will
waken up t; a grateful extent, consider
ing the amount of tea used, and iti perlcct
safely from ulterior ill results, such as
follows (ho use of alcoholic drinks. l!ut
a leaspoonful of genuine "capsicum'' is
worth tenfold its weight of tea-leaves,
especially In summer, in many ways ; for
example, a single quarter oi a pinch will
save a man's life ihat quarter of a pinch
being put in a Bleepy sentinel's eye. If
it don't waken him up, and everybody
else within an Indian yell's distance, then
it is not a prime article of Capsicum.
A Biuglo pinch in a glass of Hat or warm
ish water will nullity these qualites, and
bet-ides satisfying thirst, will invigorate
and elleclnally prevent that uncomfort
able sensation arising from having drank
largely of water. A good pinch, eaten
at each meal, or whenever a cup of colfeo
or tea or water is swallowed, will always
invigorate digestion, aids to prevent
acidity, and is, besides, a great antago
nist oi' the diarrhea, dysentery, ilux and
"loseness," which are the great scourges
of all armies. A level teaspoon of cap
sicum daily, taken in eating or drinking,
or both, or if taken a pinch at a
time during the day or night, would do
more real good, and that without any ill
result, than ten times tho cost in rum and
quinine, as a prcuentiva against chills
Liquor and quinine initale the soldier
into intemperate habits ; they will wake
up a love, a craving, a slavery to strong
drirlk, which pepper and water will nev
er do. The latter invigorates like food J
the former merely excites, then leaves
weaker than before. A pinch of capsi
cum, which is simply pure cayenne pep
per, will do a great di al more toward
warming up a soldier, toward invigorat
tinghiui.Jlow ard keeping hiui vigilant on
guard, and toward modifying thirst or
fatigue, limn the best glass of grog ever
swallowed. Capsicum goes further, and
is more ellicicnt for all purposes than
black pepper; if by express or privately,
send halt' a pound at a time, in a tin bx.
If you have nothing else to send in your
letters, send a few pins, or a needle and
some thread, Many have seen the time
whi n a string or a pin would havu been
worth ten times its ordinary value.
CcrrcHpHii'lfKi o of t)i liiUi Tile J-iiiiiihI.
1 ho ItiiKsellvlllo Murder.
Our town, about noon to-day, was
thrown into tho greatest slato of excite
ment by the perpetration of one of the
coldest-blooded murders that ever dis
graced tho annals of time. Capt. James
Morrow, of tho 8th Kentucky Cavalry,
and First Lieutenant Win. Burgher, 2 lib
liegiiucnt Kentucky Volunteers, and
Lieutenant Storling, in conversation in
(own this morning, were heard to say
they would raise a company iu a few
days for the 8th Kentucky Cavalry, when
there is no doubt a plau was entered into
to assassinate them. About 11 o'clock
llassett, the operator, removed his battery
from the telegraph ollice. About one
o'clock. the sad tragedy occurred which
resulted in the instaut death of Lieut,
l'.urghcr and tho mortal wounding, we
fear, of Captain Morrow. Captain M.
and Lieut, li. had gone to the stable of
tieorgo W. (Jrey, who is a holel keeper,
to get a " rebel '' horse said to be"con
tiubaud," wheu (irey and two or three
astociah a in crime and villainy, w ho by
some mysterious chance all met there on
tho instant, ccmmcncvd tiring on Captain
Morrow and Lieutenant Liurgher, shoot
ing tho latter limit behind when wo had
no notice that an enemy was near, three
shots taking clIVc, two of which would
havo proved lata). (irey lirst shot at
Morrow and missed him, when M. drew
bis pistol and lired once, the ball sink
ing (iray somewliere about, the breast
and glancing around, when lUssett tired
upon Captain M., breaking his right arm
near the shoulder, wholly disarming him.
Then John Stephens, who recently kill
ed a Union soldier at Howling (iiven, be
gan. How often (hey lired is not defi
nitely known, but from ten to liftcon
rounds, Captain M. shooting but once.
Captain M. is literally shot all over, bo
ing wounded in live t'liil'irint places, two
of which are very dangerous, and all of
w hich, but one, were inflicted after his
niMul had fallen from his hand, by the
cow ardly assassians who got belweeu him
and the stable dour. There were others
engaged iu the hellish plot w hone names
we have not j t t be. ii able to obtain, four
of I belli escaped, and there w as not llort
made by any one to have (hem arrested,
but a good deal of assistance given (hem
to gel away. Stephens, iu conversation
with Captain M. a few minutes before,
pretended to be a good friend and Union
man. Colonel ltristow has niiiee reached
here with a portion of lie Fifty-fourth
licgimcnt, and at once made several ar
rests. Indeed, ihe whole town may be
considered under arrest. Thx loyal men
now feel sure of defence, and the rthcls
look ill at ease. Look out for visitors
from (his place to your Hotel do Dillard.
j A Washington special lo the says
a ilespuleh I com our Ministers abroad
show the tone of foreign governments lo
bo uniformly : pacific,
By Last Night's Mail.
JaiKson, Tknv., July 30. Captain
Dallin'a cavalry attacked eighty rebels
yesterday, near I'.row nsvillo, and captur
ed forty prisoners. Tho rebels after
wards were reinforced and recaptured
twenty-nine men and fourteen horses.
The Federal loss was four killed and six
wounded. The rebel loss about tho
Cah:o, July 00 The Graham arrived
to-night. Tho Captain reports that ho
received information at Capu Girardeau
of a light going on forty miles back of
that place, Colonel Daniels' Wisconsin
regiment having been surrounded by a
larga rebel furce. This regiment is
armed both as a cavalry and infantry
rrgiment, and has also a battery oi ar
tillery, and the men will bo likely to
make a good fight.
Jr.m:iwoK Cm-, July 00. Not a w ord
received from Colonel Guitar since Mon
day. At last accounts he was still in
pursuit, and there was strong probabili
ty of his overtaking the rebels. Ambu
lances, surgeons, and an escort wero sent
over yesterday for tho wounded, but
have not yet returned.
St. Louis, July 31. A dispatch has
been received, by General Schofield
through Springfield, and dated Uunts
ville, Mo., July 20th. It was from Gen.
Brown, and stated that he had attacked
Col burn's guerrilla bund, numbering a
thousand, twice, and both times severely
Caiho, July 30. Tho Sallie West on
her way up from the fleet with dispatches
and forty persons on board, wai captur
ed and sunk by the rebels, near Green
ville. Tho prisoners were sent to Jack
son, Mississippi among them wero two
ladies. Three only escaped.
The Queen of the West is on her way
up for repairs.
All the boats up and down for the past
week or ten days have been fired into
and badly cut up.
The seige of Yicksbarg, for the pres
ent, is virtually abandoned.
Work on the canal has been abandon
ed, and negroes sent home. There was
much sickness among tho troops there.
Milwaukee, July 31. The war moot
ing to-day was a magnificent affair.
I'erfect order and harmony prevailed,
and it will bo long remembered as the
largest gathering ever known in the
Northwest. The people were addressed
from threo Btauds by Hon. Owon Love
joy, Win. O. Howard, of Michigan, Gov
ernor Solomon, Senator Doolittle, and
olh r distinguished homo speakers. The
enthusiasm was unprecedented, and the
speakers wero interrupted by Ihe most
vociferous cheering when touching upon
tho present administration and army.
Kesolutions passed unanimously that the
administration prosecute the war to its
utmost vigor, and employ every kind of
persons and property in tho country to
occomplish speedily the end of tho rebel
lion, recommending that at least one mil
lion men be drafted from the militia of
the North, half for immediate service and
half for inati'uelion, to be held as a re
serve; expressing the most unbounded
confidence in the President, and assuring
him of the impossibility of getting in
advance of the wishes and sentiments of
Lkxiniiton, Ky., July 31. Major
Brocht, of the 18th Kentucky Eegimeut,
who was in pursuit of a gang of 127
rebels under Corbin, overtook them at Ml.
Sterling, killing 13 and taking 07 pris
oners, including Corbin. Light prisoners
of (ho same gang were taken elsewhere,
leaving !) to escape. Major Brocht, w ho
lost none of his men, returned lo Lex
ington this morning with 3 prisoners. It
is the saino band rep ,rtcd to have left
Scott counly under Capt, ltullit.
PniLAiiKi.ritiA, July 31. During yes
terday evening between four and live
hundred rebel prisoners, confined at Fort
Delaware, touk the oath of allegiance.
The Louisiana Tigers seemed especially
anxious to take tho oath.
Lait evening there was a disposition
among the violent secessionists to attack
their comrades, but the outburst was soon
Washington, July 31. Tho principle
being recogni.cd that chaplains shall not
bo held as prisoners of war, it is hereby
ordon d by the War Department that all
chaplains so held by tho United Slates
shall bo Immediately and unconditionally
1'lliLAiiF.LriliA, July 31. 1'rivato sub
scriptions to tho bounty fund this morn
ing, exclusive of that subscribed by
railroads, amounts to $272,000.
Latest from .tlcnirilil.
Kr.itn Hi,, Hull 'Mi of ibu 24th an 1 V'.ili
OiinKit Nil. 1. Tho exodus of citiens
under the effect of Order No 1 still con
tinues, tin Monday last seventy-four
permits to go South were issued by tho
I'rovost Marshal, and on Tuesday ono
hundred and twenty-four wiiro granted.
I'er contra, however, on Monday on
hundred and seventy -nine look Ihe oath
of allegiance, and on Tuesday tlio num
ber of oaths given was two hundred and
These figures probably exhibit in a
fair degree Ihe real sentiments of tho
people of Memphis: in regard to the rebel
lion. A large proportion of the penplo would
doubtless prefer to remain nvutral, so long
as they could do so iu entire safety and
comfort ; but w hen cnmicl!cd to uiukti a
permanent choice between the two con
lending parlies, there arc but few who
will not choose lo identify themselves
with the National Government rather
than longer risk thtir destinies with the
sinking ship of rebellion.
W'VMt Tlnni.ssi:i:. Wo have advices'
from Jackson, Tennessee, Trenton and
Himiboldt up to Tuesday night. Every
thing was quiet at each point. Cotton
w as coming in plentiliilly, and meeting
with ready FaleS at high prices. There
wero several thousand bales at each
point, and the receipts were almost equal
to a thoiiiaud bales per day.
The liichmond 1'rnmiiifr slates that
BkUi'iirnAiti) is at present with bis fam
ily at Bladen Springs, South Alabama.
11m labors ut Corinth seriously allecte l
bis heal ill, and rendered a period of rest
and recuperation absolutely necessary.
That he might enjoy the much-needed
le-t, be procured a relief from his com
mand for a few mouths.
- - . . .
A Fiui.vi.vN A CnNi-i--s-i.il HuiiTrw.
lv -.m.iai.v.. Charles C. M.msell, foreman
-l'of (na Hose Company, No. 2, of llar(
lonl, lias hem arrested for setting lire
(o tho barn of the Ut, ('.. Barnard.
J last Tuesday ui;hi Tho police have
j suspected and traced him f,.r several
yeais, bill could not obtain conclusive
evidence until now. Miumcll confesses
to several deeds ot arson, and Seems to
have a mania fir niceu.liaiTsiu iu order
i to gratify bis love of exci lenient audef
foit at tires. He was always on hand,
' and a hard worker at such scenes.
Federal War Ships Ordered to Sea.
Contemplated Uprising of the Rebels
Six Thousand Sick in Washington
Secretary of War authorises Drafting
Advance of General Pope's Army.
Fighting on the Totomac.
Commodore Porter Gono Nor;h.
Arms and Ammunition Prohibited
for Sale in Louisvillo.
New York, Aug. 1. Tho brig Batn
bridgo and steamer Vixen are ordered to
sea forthwith, also the iron-clad Iron
sides from Philadelphia.
Tho Navy Department interdicts the
employment of unnaturalized foreigners.
Washington, Aug. 1. Individuals
asking authority to rniso regiments are
referred to the Governors of their respec
Indianatolis, Aug. 1 Southern Ken
tucky advices say that tho rebels are
rapidly organizing. Major Gano is re
ported with a squad of rebel cavalry. It
is thought that the rebels contemplate a
general uprising next Monday.
The War and Navy Department dis
credits the story of a rebel gunboat get
ting into Mobile.
There nre over six thousand soldiers in
the hospitals at Washington, but few
deaths. Tope's order has cleaned Wash
ington of officers and men.
Tho Secretary of War authorizes Gov
ernors to draft men when persons dis
courage enlistments. Indiana and Illi
nois quotas arc more than filled and more
I'ope's army advanced from Warrctiton;
his men are spirited and enthusiastic.
Hatch's cavalry brigado arc scouting
from tho enemy's line to Little Washing
ton. New York, August 1. Gold fifteen
onoeighlh. Government slocks firmer.
Hkaiiql'ahtuus Akmy Potomac, Aug. 1.
At twelve o'clock last night opened
artillery lire on mail boat landing and
Western Encampments, killing four and
wounding six Federals, after which our
thirty-two pounders engaged and quick
ly silenced their fire. A few of our vessels
were struck but no serious damage done.
Commodore Porter has temporarily
gone North to recruit his health.
Washinhton Aug. 1. A story that
ten iron clad gunboats for the rebels, ar
riving off Mobile, is not believed here.
Tho Navy Department say they pur
chased but one gunboat, which is trying
(o escape fiom England. Tho Tuscaro
ra is watclig her.
Louisville Aug. 1. -Gen. Doyle prohib
its the sales of contraband articles such
as arms, ammunition, medicines in pack
ages unless purchasers have lii'tt got per
mit from Head-quarters.
The Great War llceting; in Chicago.
Twenty 'JIvMsaiul J'tr.imis ;ir(.wif Sifo hti
frmn 'lhree Stands al Once (Ireut JM
tliitiiasnt. In in llio Tr.bim .Iiiiy 28.
Chicago, during Saturday afternoon
and evening, witnessed the second up
rising of our patriotic-people since the
new ca'l for volunteers. The meeting
was the Hoard of Trade's own, or rather
that patriotic find ellicicnt organization
is entitled to a largo share of Ihe credit
that attaches to the principal managers of
tho monster meeting. The call for Ihe
meeting had not been long out, and the
arrangements were not very elaborate ;
but Ihe result showed that the, people
are fully awakened and terribly in ear
nest. At noon the bells were all rung,
and Ihe guns sent forth their thunder.
Hy two o'clock the Court House Square
and tho streets h ading to that spacious
enclosure wero densely packed with peo
ple. . Kut one spirit seemed to agitate the
vast assemblage, and when the music
began ut the various stands where the
speaker were, there was a tremendous
rush, and w hen Ihe speaking commenced
there w as breathless sileneo throughout
all the mighty mass. And there was no
slackening of the popular attention or
lessening of interest while the speaking
continued. At each of the lhree stands
Ihero was a crowd, which of itself, was
a monster mass meeting. The sun was
blaring and the heat intense, but the ex
cited multitudes stood through it all ;
and the applause which followed the ut
terance of each patriotic sentiment and
ever3' pointed sentence, was proof sulll
cient I hat our people do not despond
Ihat they w ill never give up tho struggle
while a rebel treads the soil of the na
tion. The speeches were mostly appro
priate and effective. The best evidence
thut they met the expectations of tho
public, is that as earlv as three o'clock,
P. M., Lake and South Water streets were
as deserted as it it were Sunday; tho
docks and wharves and railroad depots
bore the apearance of entire desertion.
North side and West lide stores were
closed, and tln '"l banners were out.
The subscriptions for War purposes by
Ihe Chicago ISoard of Trade have reached
IIi'oe PuuKs Fob Touacio. Among
other high priced hogshea-ls sold yester
dad, wore three bought by W .1. Ander
son, manufacturer of this city. ( hie at the
Pickett w arehouse at S2 I,, r,o, raised by
A. Hodges, olTlarl county, Ky-, one al
the llooue warehouse of SJ-VMI, raised by
A. Meadow, ot llreckiuridge county, Ky.,
and the tlurdat the Ninth street house,
raised A. D. lloyd, of Hart county, at tho
unprecedented price of seivntyta' L!uira
jn tin or,.' Thin is nuielcrn dollai s per hiui
i died more than was ever obtained for to
bacco in this market. The hogshead w ,ts
a small one, but brought the haudsome
amount of $;m1.00 Lou
rcurninhesl y Dver l'eart.
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MMIK EXAMINATION" Of TfcAOIl KU WII , UK
X. ili'M lit lilt IlvSK-t IlCU DINtl, poriK-r f ttUUtlMT
nn'! I tu' Mi'i'i'ii, cu(iiiiiciii:ii)( on WtaiKKdirAT, (July
JO.) m It, A.M.
"4il iip'iil ft!) 1 8 will plea'1 fittt'iiil.
jul'2(ilw J. I,. MEIGS, Snp't.
JAMES LOW & CO.
208 & 210 West Side Sixth Street,
WE HAVK OS I1AN11, AND FOB KAI.K,
Of llio brrunl nf '.Aiii, rl',MIi," "L'hion," ''S;iriiinl,''
5C0 Cases Bleached Cottons;
100 Cases Canton Flannels;
IUO t ;soh IMixlA lAnseys.
A Till H-iwtriM'tit ut HATIXmS, ri ANNKI.H,
BTl'KK li'HJl'H, UlN'dHAMS ami ellinr aruilea III
our hii,., l-i m lin-U Hi in il tint atli-nl:iiu of I iviilei'8.
J-.lly 2ri lm.
Southern Bank Note.
Jt J. T 1C NO 'X' K H,
AND GOVERNMENT CHECKS,
Bnt iillT aVI Mil li li Y
A. V. MMdllll .V .,
K.i. 60, C'lll''o: t., (Mm cliaul'l l-aut Uull'liliu )
Claims Against tho United
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CIIAKLKS II. jUKL
CENT rot TIIK COLIT-fTIOPI OF CLAIMS
AUAlNST 1'llC V. M. buVkllNMIiN'r.
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Dr. King's Dispensary
roa v a 1 r. dim: am .
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b nil in r iMtriiH ,!'( nt. r-Hiiu ohl
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Xo. 2, South S'de Public Square.
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED,
FROM THE EAST,
AM KNTIUKLY XKW
COMPIUSINO IN PART:
B bleached;:and brown
150 Cases Hats,
IN UVK11V VAHIKTY
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OK Al l, KllMlM,
S Kill IS
A ul II iiIIht artiili-a uruulljr k-'j't. Iu a
VMiuliaalu Dry (io,nU Storo.
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tall, aiil xiuio our Sti:k ami lirin-a.
STADLEIt UJU)S. A, CO.,
No. 2, bii-ui in, a riuui: .Swik.
ROBERT L MAITLAXD & CO
Qtiaoral Commissiou Iorcliaiits
63 and CJ, BoAvor Street, anil 20 Ficbanja
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Wnil.n Wan. Mr. " W K
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ailwl l!li A,-i.,ji. . i Cirrt Cir-vl, i
na Ji ) M if.
Market IJo. 36 Street
E. iMAVEll CO.,
A. IOIJIS Ss CO.,
Itoutt mill Slioei,
Ilala, Statioiici y, Driigo,
SALT, in Iliiurls
SU.T In lt.it,
VMndi w.utlur la Ilia public fur
CASH OR PRODUCE,
COTTON, KEE.SWAX, WOOL, OINSENQ,
FB.VrilEIW, HIDES ami TAI.I.OW.
ClUl'STTtr Murolianl. would dn wll In wl Uiu
in, an i:u Uil ihair wluila kill frvm our atuck.
Al! Currrat S.iutlirrn FumU Taken nl Pur.
uni-8-ir E. MAVKKaOI.
mm clmi.i mm
1IAKYEY, COI.UN'S A TUiACK,
WAHIltVOTfl, p. 0.
CHARLES n. GREEN, Agent,
Xo. Cherry S.re. XaHhvillc, Tenn.
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1 m ri'Hiiui iritH-ot ion rikI m-I I li nu nl of
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mistily aniut'i fttnl f.iiniUui Willi Uwn mitl
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out of the j rum tit war, iti ludihK tU ftccounta of
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