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SUNDAY WORMlKO. 'AlJGL-St 1. mi.
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Tbe following trkoluto'n"Winiini
mousl adopted st the grrst Slats Union
CoaTehlldti Letdln iLii city My 12, 1802 j
'Btiohmlt ThiV- we rm'.gtiU -'iti v the
Nashtilli Ohio sti able etponent of
tlie principles of ths Union mm of Ten
basse, nd wa arrvrstlj- rscorurnand it
m wrl! dc-spirlng of, the iatroii,go of
Union pirn everywhere: . T . T .
IUfi" Dr. MaTHSWS will prit ia the
Second Piesbjterlau Church Ibis raurn
Ing at half-past 10 oYloci.. .1.,, .
Rot. Iba Montr will preach, Ju the
Flret Prfabylrrlsn Chur?b this tnornJnr
at 11 o'clock. .v. ,(,'. . ... . ;
We call the attention of . our readers
and tbe public Rnrilly to the advrtlpp
mciit or Mr.1 Wi.1 S. Cheatham,' of this
citt fchich',vill W found In to-day's
paper, o(Tring a reward of one hundred
dollars foe two runaway negro thong
ing to htm. ' Tie lr advertises a num
ber ouo negro man for hire, which he
withes to aire in this city. -
fhia. tfllia nbrew,df st, , boldest , snd
DiPtt'iklllM Ikoits ini diners! Tont's
aruay W 'uj!li8 s'aTe. "e has done
so much misohief to ibo rebbls that they
haro .offered a ro wjird 'of l,t00 for his
head. It ur Government would pursue
the right policy, we could bare the scr
ices of thousands of Bpies and scouts in
the very heart of the imys country.
I)ied la '' Murfrersboro. Tenn. on the
13th, of July last of Billious Fever,
Mrs. Mary 1'.. O, Jobdah, wife Jso. Job
dan Sr age 89 years 4 months. ' , '
,.C JkUolh fcKa'rl Sparta.
, On last Monday, Col. Wtnkoop, with
one hundred and eighty cavalry.attacked
a detachment of Forrest's tommand
seven- hundred strong, driving in their
pickets and carrying on a sharp skirmish
for some time. The guerrillas attempted
to (lank Col. WlNKoop's force with ten
pieces of artillery, when he retreated in
good order, having killed and wounded
more than thirty of the rebels and losing
only one man. ; Col. . Wrncoop had art
excellent . petition, tig ,UOg rang;e
carbines 'did 'bxcollent VorkV Hurrah
for th glorious Seventh Pennsylvania
and their brave Colonel 1-
aare flebel Prleonrre. ' '
The Secretary of War has "iUcd the
disposal of the rebel prisoners from this
State, now confined in the various pris
ons of the North, In ho, hands of Gov
ernor Jounmon. , He is empowered to ef
fect the release of all those prisoners
who have expressed an' anxious desire to
return to their allegiance to the Federal
Government) and are willing to take the
oath and give bond for its faithful o
aervancei j .Those-who are still disloyal
will be exchanged for oar loyal follow
oitixens, now conflned in the dungeons
o( Die South; (and will thus be sent to a
latitude' and companionship of traitors
which will be more congenial to their
feelings tha au association with loyal
persons. In pursuance with the order
of the Secretary of War, Oen. Wm. B.
CAuruKiX'bes been appointed Commis
sioner by Governor Jonxson to visit tho
Teunessee prisoners, and make the prop
er disposal of them, according to their
merit or deinnritt. .Uei. Cami'iieix will
hjave' for the North this morning. 1 This
important mission ooujd not .have been
confided to a clearer head or a more
! I dip r ! ilebrl !.'-
Col. Mnxta has issued the following
order to the rebel slaveholders in this
'(-ounty'i'snd, wilt impress 'cue thousand
slaves to construct strong fortifications
for the defence of, tho city : ; '
. IiAPgt'ASTEBS TJmTkD STATES FottCt:,
. ., Nashville, August, , 1802. .
Mr. : ....
Sib: You are hereby directed and re
quired to furnish ? at the office of the
lYvVost Marshal, In the city of Nashville,
on or before ths morning of the " day
of , 18C2, for the service
of the Government of the Uuited States,
iu tho erection of fortifications, able
bodied negro laborers ' to the uumber
of ; , ' ' r ' - to be provided
by you with daily subsistence and axes,
spades or picks, one to each man, the
term of service td lie determined at the
pleasure of the Government and the tipio,
mode, and terms of payment to be made
known by Certitleatee of .Labor, which
will be furnished you after the service
hall he been performed.'
By command. - . j ..
Col. JOHN V. MILLEIl,
it :;., J . Commanding 1'ost, .
This is exsotly right, and will le rig
id'.y carried out Tart of the tore has
been at work for some time,. Slavehold
ers who are euemies to the Government
' cannot be allowed to commit trvbson'
with impunity any longer.
. Buy or sell .Tennessee money, Green
backs, Gold, Silver, Kentucky, Georgia,
North and South Carolina, Virginia, Ala
bama, Louisiana and oilir Buk Notes,
BilU, Scrip ud Shlnplaeters, at lie In
surance OtQce ot W. J. Mars, oa College
Street, opposite the $waee Uouse, there
you will obtain the best rates without the
tiouble of trying elsewhere
' Some graceleos fellow, who hss leen to
Saratoga, thus satirize in the Hoton
Pntf what he saw there:
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With lliia aft B l thai aort,
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Har'Jtia a crati avl full. .
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A 'rrria Tks ealer SlOrtn.
One of the most terrific storms which
lias ever visited this section of country
wept over Chicago yeattrJay afternoon
and evening The morning was intensely
ultry and hot, but there wore few signs
of rain. About noon great masses of
threatening clouds piled tip in the most
fantastic shape, began to gather at al
most every point of tho horiton, cunin
latinx in cones and pyramids, in a few
minutes changing to spiral whorls, and
Rain massing like a vast army for a final
desperate charge all the time travelling
and approaching each other with incon
About three o'clock, heavy black
bank of clouds, ridged with jet-like rag
ged furrows, and enveloped as with
veil in a thin fleecy scud, came racing
up from the west with a velocity almost
like that of a Hash of lightning. Almost
instantaneously iu grew dark. The en
tire heavens were clouded over. Blind'
ing clouds of dust filled the air; sticks,
stones, leaves and boughs of trees, tlew
iu every direction. ' Tbe advent of the
gale announced itself by a hollow moan
ing, followed by a full and onmitsliable
development of its presence. It bust
upon the city in he twinkling of an
eye not with a gradually increasing
wind, but with a terrible, rushing, over
powering volumo. Huge trees were bent
to tho ground; smaller trees, more espe
cially cottonwoods, wero twisted off at
the base as one would twist a straw. . In
every part of the city, branches wero
snspped off like pipe stems. Chimneys,
steam-pipes, signs and awnings tlew
about indiscriminately. Tin roofs were
rolled up like scrolls. Flags were torn
'to ribbons, nd Dag-staffs came tumbling
down into the streets to the imminent
danger of the few pedestrians nniucky
enough to he exposed to the fury of tho
gale. Dry goods boxes, barrels and bales
went Insanely mulling through the streets
in the most recklesa manner, as if play
ing John Gilpin.' The wind was ne re
spect or of pet sons even, and bare-headed
men were as p!enty as blackberries, and
unfortunate lidies were rendered tn (tit
habilte in the most shocking manner. '
For fully half an hour the galo pre
vailed without abatement, accompanied
in the meantime with a drenching show
er, with the surroundings of heavy thun
der and vivid lightning. Tho temjiest
spent itself about halfpast four. The
wind died away. The lake which had
been lashed into fury subsided to a calm.
From half-pant four until halt-past eight
the rain pattered down gently as if fa
tigued, but really getting ready for an
other onsets" which" commenced about
nine o'clock. : ' . : U . LI1 ,") ? ' ' V. '.
The oldest, settler csnnot remember a
more, terrific' thunder Btorm than last
night! It was riot so much a storm s a
whole congregation of storms sttddenly
let loose. . Ihoy . seemed to .come from
every quarter of tho heavens. It was a
grand gathering of the storm clans, and
they charged with" banners flying, rat
tling with musketry, booming and crash
ing with cannons, and lighting up ths
whole sky with their fiery signals. The
ruin poured in broad, drenching sheets.
For fully two hours the heavens Were in
one continued blaze of lire. Long rib
bons and radiating torks of fire Hashed
at once from the zenith to all points of
the horizon, bathing everything in' their
lurid reflections. . tiharp l'arrots, growl
ing rifles snd booming Columbian's pealed
crashed and rumbled incessantly in a
manner which might have driven Napo
leon crazy with delight. ' 4
. iVew Ntaiop ( Hrrmir) .
"The Philadelphia U.uftte Btatcs that
the new stamp currency will not be in
the shape of stsmps, a 9 had been origin
ally designed. It says : '."i ' ,
The sticky nature of the stamps ren
dered them totally unfit for use as cur
rency, and oven without ths mucilage
these small bits of paper could not be
taken care of sufficiently to answer for
change fi daily use. . To obviate this
difficulty, Postmaster Walborn of this
city, submitted to tho authorities at
Washington a proposition which hns been
spproved and acted upon, to print small
notes of the denominations desired for
change, the paper and engravings being
the same as that of the national iukt
currency, but -with designs entirely dis
tinct. This is the manner in which the
new currency will make if appearance,
and for this we are indebted to Postmas
CUaibota lor tha Ohio.
The Ohio Committee lit Washington
had an interview with Cant. Fox, AsHist-
ant Secretary of the Navy, on tho subject
of the xposeiJ condition of Ohio and
Indiana along the Kentucky border.
They represent that no way was so ef
fectual for guarding the border as an effi
cient gunboat force on the Ohio river, and
were gratitled to HnJ t tic Navy Depart
ment very cordial iu co-operating In their
. Tha Navy Department promUed the
Committee as many gunboats for service
exclusively on the Ohio river as they
wanted. , Ten small boats, drawing only
two feet of water, have already been so
lected and inspected by agents of the
Navy Department. The Secretary stated
that hesvy force should st ones be set
to work to cut theso boats down, put on
thick woodeu bulwarks, and plate with
iron after the moat approved models.
Each boat is calculated to carry two
guu, and ba able to patrol the Ohio river
auy where from its mouth to Pittsburgh.
Theso boats will bo hurried through,
mounted, aud put in commission as soou
frirllollow metalic rsues, filled with
condcnited gas, sis now usa jn ,om( 0f
the Kmopean cities. The bearer has
ouly to turn a small nippl and at ply a
match, when be will inaiaully find him
self furnished with a torch th.t will
light him several honrs.
Ilow fi)rt)l SrlaiMara are treftte4
, - In Ittt kiaiond. i ,
The corresiniIeut of the Philadelphia
Press writing from Newport News says :
The host from Harrison's landing
brought down yesterday a large delega
tion of wounded prisoners, that were cap
tured by the rtbel in the week of bat
tles before Richmond. A large number
of l'ennsylvsnians were among the arri
val, and they speak in not very flattering
terms of the reception and treatment
they have received at tha hands of their
raptors. We think that were a plain
spoken, truthteling wounded prisoner
sent North, into each red oiling district,
H would do more towards hastening en
istments than sll the bounty ' which
could bo offered. We convorsed with
one of tho 4th Pennsylvania Kcsmrved,
who was in the number wounded, Ik
had been well to the front, as a ball had
pssxed through his check, and another'
through his shoulder, lie stated that
the hospital ha was in was crowded ;
that part of the time they wero supplied
with half a ration a clay, and, after being
there for a week, the ration was reduced
by one half, making but a quarter of a
ration for each man.
Men were dying from ' sickness and
want of attention daily. The first duty
of a corporal's fiiard iu the morning was
to make a round of observation through
the wards of the hospital, to see bow
many were entitled to their miserable
allowance. Wore a man asleep, his sa
lotion was a kick, and, 'as our In for
mant stated, "many a poor fellow was
kicked to awaken him, whose breath
had left his body hours be'ore," and the
remark of the guard would be" WelL it's
one ration less to watte on tho d d 1
Yankees." You sympathizers with rebel .
prisoners in the North, we have just one
word for. Tour private ear. Instead
of cramming the enemies of the
Union With delicacies, and ministering
to tlteir wants, instead of making a no
toriety for yourselves, to be accounted
for to the veterans of tho Union, when
they return home, instead of all this, you
had by far better do nothing; or if yon
wish ,lo show your sympathy, and render
yourself notorious, then we say come
down here ; there is, at this place, a Gno
field for you to display your abilities,
and you will gain far more credit there
by. Nurses are wanted, delicacies are
wanted, time, means, and men are want
ed before tho Army of the Potomac can
regain its former standard. In the hos
pitals fbey are short of everything but
"pluck," and it is a subject for remark,
that no matter how seriously or how
much a man is wounded, whether he has
but one arm or ono leg, his spirits are al
ways np, and he is just as confident of
getting over it, and rejoining his regi
ment, to use an old musket on tho rebel
ranks once more, as ho was when he first
The soldiers that arrived were wound
ed in every possible manner, in the
limbs, -shoulders and head. One man
had a hull through his lung, and still
was able to give a secesh ''orderly" a
thrashing for ordering' him off a sofa,
which a-rebel general had appropriated
for his own use in the hospital. Another
had a ball through the front of his nose,
which had passed iu and around the col
lar bone. Fingers were shot off, arms
amputated, and the persons who sre
hundreds of miles away and speak of the
horrors of war, were they hero they
would realize what such a thing is.
They would witness It in every conceiv
able shape and form. .Several poor f. I
lows died shortly after their srrival nl
Commod'.iie Ciiaki.es Stewaui'. Mon
day last, the 28th of July, was tho
eighty-fourth birthday of Commodoru
Charles Stewart. . The Inquirer, saTS ho
was born in the city of Philadelphia,
July 28, 1779, the month after the British
army evacuated the city; yet he is as ac
tive, . blithe, and cheerful as a man of
fort v.. Besides he is just as ablo to ful
fil tho physical duties of Captain in the
navy of his country as when hn received
a commission or that rank. The posi
tion ot Commodore Stewart has been, for
many years, ono of great distinction. His
name and services aro associated with
many leading events, in which the. glory
of his country and his ovn fame are
blended. Commodore Stewart has been
iu the service sixty-live years j has been
in over forty engagements with tho
enemicB of our flag, among the number
being the famous bombsrdment of Tri
poli, Augnut 31, 1801. He captnred thn
Cysne snd Levant, when in command of
the frigate Constitution, February 20th,
1815. Surely such a veteran deserves the
gratitude of his country, and it- is a
source to us of real joy to chronicle the
eighty-fourth birthday ot this great
naval hero. Long may "Old Ironsides"
iive to enjoy his country's richest reward,
the highest appreciation of all who prop
erly estimate bravery and real worth.
The fame of Commodore Stewart is the
property of the Union, but more espec
ially of Pennsylvania. We may my
here that it is the heartfelt wixh of all
that he may long live to enjoy the well
earned fruits of a life spent in the ser
vice of his country.
Went Away Sorrowful.
(U.mplila Cur. N. Y. Tiiuea J
Yesterday a bereaved putriarch applied
to Clen. Sherman to learn how he could
reclaim his runaway slaves. " I know of
only one way, Sir," replied the General,
"aud that is through the United States
Marshal. Tho uususpecting planter
stsrted in anxious pursuit of that officer,
snd was at last directed to Col. liiilyers,
quartermaster, where ha anked l
"Is this the United States Marshal V"
" No, sir ; the Provost Marnhal !''
" Where can I find the Uuited States
"Have youbuhinuts with him?"
"Yes, sir; I want my niggers; Gen
eral Sherman says he is the proper officer
to apply to."
"Oh, yes," replied Cil. Ilillyer, who
perceived urn joke; " lie unilnuotediy la;
so the law prescribes."
"s he in town V"
"I don't know, but I sunpert not."
" When do you think he left ?'
" About a year ago, I reckon."
At last it dawned upon the planter's
brsin thataince tha Uuited States o I lie era
wore driven out snd the National Courts
broken up, the Fugitive Slave Law is
not in operation. He went back to Gen.
Sherman and inquired sadly if there
was no &htr way of recovering his chat
tels. "Nous to my knowledge, Sir."
" What can I do about U f"
"Well, sir, the law provided a remedy
for you slaveholders iu cases like this,
but you were dissatisfied and smashed
the machine. If you don't like your own
work you'd better restore it and sot it
running B(iuiu. Unless you do that very
soon you'll have no need of a Fugitive
The planter lell, wilh hi admiration
for tha beauties of Svotaluu a good deal
The Richmond Authorities Incensed
Against Qen Pope.
Later from Eunuide and McDowell.
Reported Fighting; at Gordonsvill
Threatened Attack on Xentucky.
Great Excitement In Baltimore.
Earns in Charleston Harbor.
Napoleon on the American Uu.tion.
The London Tress on the War
Important from Italy.
LoctsvLLLt, Aug.' 9. An order frour
the Adjutant General's office at Rich
mond on the first inst., denounces Gen
erals Pope and Stelnwcler, and tho com
missioned officers under them, as not en
titled to paroles of honor iu the event of
Burnsidu's army is encamped at Fred
ericksburg, McDowell's at Culpepper, and
Banks at Woodville.
There aro rumors in Washington of
heavy fighting at Gordonsvillo.
Chicago, -Aug. 9. Thirteen persons
were arrested in enuoavoring to escape a
draft. ; . , .
Inmaxapom, Aug. 9 Fifteen hundred
rebel infantry are reporied at the head of
Cumberland river, moving towards Ken
tucky. It is also reMjitcd that Morgan,
with four thousand cavalry, will invade
Kentucky in a few days.
Baltiuoiie, Aug. 9.- There is great
excitement among ths secessionists.
Several who had left wero Tronght bark
and lodged in the Atheneum.
Uilton Head letters ssy that two rams
are in Charleston harbor nearly ready
for scrvio. r
DetooIt, Mich. Aug.' 9, Secretary
Stanton's order has broken-np migration
Fokeiov. Napoleon is giving most
serious attention to the American ques
tion, snd thinks England will second
whatever he may determine upon.
The London Times still says that the
Foderal prospects are moBt gloomy. Tbo
Daily News combats audi views. It also
speaks with continued confidence, in the
Garibaldi in a speech at Marsala, said
several times, "Home or Death." Hois
very violent against Napoleon, saying
that ho had got Nice and Savoy and
also wished for something more.1
Moruam Cominci Aoain. We have tho
rumor byway of Danville that Morgan
has again invaded Kentucky, having
captured Burksville, the county scat of
Cumberland county, on Saturday last.
He is reported to be at the head of a
largely increased force of cavalry, and
expresses his determination to march to
the banks of the Ohio. It will be re
membered that. Morgan promised his
friends in Versailles, Georgetown, Paris,
Cynthiana and other places, that ho would
return to Kentucky in twenty days, and
he seems to bo making his word good.
bmin ilU Jnurnal.
mm- ' 1
'."' iviroii r a vr to rri.i:i.
Matthews' Machines for making pure
sparkling SoIia Watkii for bottling or
retailing trmn the counter, are tho most
simplo, make the beat article, aud cost
less than acy oilier. Plain printed in
structions for making the Soda Water and
delicioua Syrups, go wilh the Machines.
Send for illustrated catalogues; it con
tains much- that every Sutler should
know. Address Jons Matthew maker
of Soda Water Appar.tus,Nos. 437 and
439, First Avenue, New York!
Augl 5teod ' "
IIkawarteks Pmovoht Gcaro,)
Nashville, Aug. 0, 18(S:i.
ftenrral Order o. f,
Iiu Coxwei.l, a physician aud resident
of Nashville, a prisoner, having been pa
roled upon his honor (by Lleut.-Col. Cas
bili.v, then acting lYovost Marshal,) to
visit the city upon businrss, and to re
turn to I Lo prison at 4 o'clock, P. M., of
August 5th, aud having taken his solemn
pledge : All officers and men of the Pro
vost Guard are hereby ordered to arrest
the std Ira Con w em. if he can bo louud,
and bring him forthwith to these Head
quarters, that he may be dealt with as a
man of bnlen faith snd violattd howr
LEWIS D. CAMP13LLL,
Col. and Provost Marshal.
Headquarters 19ru Illikois, t
HcsTsviur, Ala , July, 1B62.$
OxstnAL Order No. L'3.
All Commissioned and Nuii-fomiuia-s'oned
Officers, Musicians and Privates,
belonging to the 13ih Kegiment Illinois
Volunteers, who are now away from their
respective companies, except those who
have a Surgeon's Certificate of Disability
(which must be subsequent to the date of
this order), or are on regularly detached
service, will report to these Headquarters
within ten days of the date of thn pub
lishment of this ordr.
Those fulling to comply wilh this or
der will be treated as deserters, and their
names will be published as such. This
order will be carried out to the letter.
By oi der of
M. D. Ttiin k,
Acting Adjutant. Aug 210t.
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Mwlianln' PauS, at ktailitiia.
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Rlcuaticn Faua, at Mum'arttort.
tam-iN' n.l M.Butt.lurl-, lUnk, at KuuXVlUa,
Ktuk il K.M T9nK-.-tn, at Ktii'.xr;U,j
Hank of Tr-ut n. al Tr-'iitun.
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Huik ill latxwi'll, at T..awll. ,
l.awm'-..lnri llank. at ljni-nvf bun
, Clhraua' Malik, al Atamptiw.
Bauk of AuKTica, at Uarkjtvllla.
. JAMES LuW & CO.
208 & 210 West Side Sixth Stmt,
WB HAVE OH HAXn, A3I4i-011 SAI.K,
Uf th brfttrU of "AirwM-: "u," L'nkm," "Bprmi,"
500 Cases Bleached Cottons;
'. ICO Cases Canton Flannels ;
too i ase IMaUI l.u-es.
' A Till ii -xirtm.'Tif of SATTNTTTH, H.A15NEI.S,
STUI'K O MIN, ,1M-AMJ, ana ,nW .-irt tim iu
our I in , I. In. h '.n'Ua ilia a'tontua "f ll alnr.
July -'li -liu.
Southern Bank Notes.
. . . - Alabama,
AND GOVERNMENT CHECKS,
HlK'OtlT AMI SOI.P II T
Nn. Ml. Gil toga If., (MttiVuml'a Uauk lhllMili(.)
Claims Against tho United
1)Ki:sON- V'1lri ri i'ina afa il tUal'.S. Sorrra
man, inilitr lor I r rtr t.tkia lot tlia un cf ma
A tCT, it f T hiinnni.at, Pri;nrly. QuartoromslAr Ho
cipiH nr Viin'a'ea. ctln hiva titan, aaliiail an 1 col
IfrUsI by p aciua h 'in 111 ilia hanilt ir I'liAIUJ-'H U.
OKI-KN, Af"Dl lur Itti Nall.iual Claim Atflnry if
Wu huig im. O. C. OiRa-1 Una TVaaaaaaa OianMi uf
hi" Aeury, No. Kn Cli'a-ry ?lr.-t. up -Italra.
71, I'IBIIC ()IAHF..
Juii U.ii-i'a4, par Ailaui 1'iprtiu, a MXS U'X o
Pocket Ilnivea, Wftlleta, aud
A1. 11, a I I un Lot of
BLANK E00KS and STATIONERY.
J. M. WURPIIT, iiiim,
72 Public Square, Dnr tho City li(
riu BAG OF THE CKUEBBATED
UU URAtKTKKBKK Mlli. fUU'R.
. . for hu bv
kt. I.TOV, 41, ilaxk.t Sr.
For Rent, Cheap,
rtlWO DKSIUAnLR II F.HI
1 DtM'F.B Ona ( r a Uiu ol yaara ; Ui nllji-T
ftr tlio Ua.ti' uf thia yar.
Apply to I). O. JiiWKn al TUhiji A e...'t
W, iAii Binwl. , auJ-lw
a oKsr foR the rou.Rioir or CLAIMS
. AUAiN.r tub u. 8. mmtaaiiiNi.
OfUrn, "10. SS CIIFHHY Niitr.i:r,
I p Stairs.
FRYE, TODD & CO.,
t'uuiuiiaalou narcbanta Cor ibaSala
of IIOOIH and ftiiur.
UTK ar Silly rar-alvlns larKe coualKnuii-DU ot
Hi.OTHan.1 SHOrV, uf avaiy S r; pi luo, fiuan
lha Maniifu'lura' ilirncl, and ara prnpurml Iu aall at
i.rlc-a thai Ci"T aii-aiLko. Iwilura In Ilia any
an country will lo i"H t" ''all and atamlua onr
alnck at nil. 41 iJiir.iitii ninr.hr, voionaaoa outio-
1110, nn (l'Mr to Oia AUaina r.vpra ti'iii'Miiy.
Julys In. rKVK, Ti'liU CO.
IB If AI.AN 'K (K 1, OH A TPHM
No. 27, West bids of Spruce St.,
t'twiaui CWlar anJ I'm.iD sirva-u, In tharity, koD
aa " Hint j. i "iug."
ST K -r I irtln-r irii. nUra fall on Mm. ? "ta
Tula, St, tiurtll Hlnait, at i. V. Willi., No. Jn,
N..HU t liany Hlrart.
K u.livii., AUjjual 41b, XWi. aHt-lm
Dr, Kiug's Dispensary
roa piuvati: BiHi.Arti.
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tf A2Llto 14 '"uf f tutis.. k,
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lb irMiiiMtt of irivt.A djuwn for Do ywu, (Uitr
ta.nuiir, liAT'ng iiK)dil to iTavotiufl fbr m Batvri
yt.nt, fcii'l ourt-J to bjftuy Ibofaftinls, b m tnnhi
eurfttl d'i m pnrtw txlur, bo miuar Iv
bal tt lutiy b rtttm iaiu ttolimfl rollclil IrVfttiMut,
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f dart, ty mi opru cu no im.
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baliiu i !nnnit'lre yiruth. mid ax"rcnii iudji
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butttMa it ci(ilf . atii 0 atu priwiiiuf old
ITfmaiea wbo tny ba Iai ontg Mh my rtiflii-iiy a
ba W iw'j u.tr rtwl sVMtiurfs luinlli4- riimi.
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No. 2, foulh S'tle Public Stu trfi
IUVK Jl.'Sf RKOKIVKI),
FKOJM THE E.ST,
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160 Cases Hats,
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WlHilaaals Dry Goo.Is Mnr
311 til U
f ir Wt luvlla d.slLra to gits us an iily
rail, suit siamloii our iuv mil prlw.
STAULtltl CliOS. L to.,
bau iK.'lM ?(1"J PlBl ff la.K
ROIiERT UMAHLAND it CO'
Qansral Commission Jlerchanta
S3 sal S3, Bsavar llraat, sxi 10 Kissa'
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and rU.at Pa? a 4Hat4. akil Oa'huiaaa
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ail'nal i'lalm HfWr;, M iuri Ktra, aa
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SALT In (tugs,
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frnioh wa a&ar to tu puulii' rur
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COTTON, HEISWAX, WOOL, OINSEM0k
FKATHEKrl, sad T.M.LOW.
(aOfhTRT MiTrtinnt, amilS Sn w-ll tn call
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Ml Cmnl Smili rn Fuiiilt Taken il fur.
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HillflliiL Clilf.) AGEEIGY
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HAUVET, COLLINS dk UUACK,' "
' WASltrVOTOH, p. c. '
CHilllLES H GREEN, Agout,
No. 83, Chorrj Htraat, Sashrllle, Tann.
'rniS AOKVl'T puaaoaaM v!iar SwillUra Sir ttia
1 lUTaMfiil proanulliiu anil arltl.uinnt of la
maua ayalnat th Haurral Gorarnmant f KVIBT
r'K-cnilTIOII, Ita ondur.T liarlng kaU aartral
yaara' acpvrlrnov la lha aanagamaiit at ctalnia Iw.
fui . Cuiigraa. Ui (Viarl of riulnn, anl tha Kiiv m
lira Wparlmanla at W.l;lnKt", anil bring tlint
ouKhly ainaintal a ad ratihar with lha lawi an. I
rtiitatloua giiramlnit tbair ailjiuluiahi.
Particular alu-utpm b alvan to cawa araanf
nut of fh pruaant war, Inc.liutlng lb a.ouala nT
Stataa, Uinlrafltora, aal litab'iraln tifllira uf la
War ai Kavy H.rtmaiita, aud for all -,-
Ino, Prllllaiar, hbiiI Itrff HBlalao; Vol.
naia ra, tha ralniburaaownt of ablib Uantlim
Ik-il by aa act af Ouuktsm; CLAIMS I OB INPk'M
KITT FOR I'UIVATK IMlOI'CilTV TAKKN FOR
rem jo mK, on ub ua macks vo suou
HBJIPSin r, Ux lkrai laat la lb aarali, Md Sl
miliar, Ifmf , 1'vualaaa, and Uanul,
W (It apoUi1 attantioa lo araoiaTllm ftNa
alHa, Hauattlca, tic, aeoralaa. la Svlduta
mhm Lava baB woaiiidad, auatrautad di aaa, or lb
Btulllaauf auch aa ha v 41.4, r kaaa k Iliad hlW la
la Slaeharg of thrur UDbtfity aa tucb dmlu ib.
BtacUl oar will alao b (lvau u .lAlma blb
hava baB hamtofur Itcjrctoal aa a)uapanalc4
by Iba DapartiaaaUor lna ! r iTIamatg
rrwnpt allaatlua alao lva tu u olltlua of
Quartarmattar'i Fvoalpt gltm or Pmparty ukaa
tor Hi wof IU Army, tu ai ranging Auauauta with
aJi'toolUtlng Claima agalnat tbUnautarauaati't !..
All (naluM pbanl In our baaila rrvulr r Pruaupi
frraaiiarl Allautiaa, tbrliy aerurlng aiauy
whkli, la lha hauda of an Allurwy at any illalai.i
polnl, ft.nanliy fuira uiwucoaaafiil,
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enM M ubta'a dw laliiui mmti mora xJUf uat
whar al wminuiilcatliia and glb jiao.i,y iSai.li
aiiwt b ooudiwt.! Ibruugb tb malU,
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l r. aa, of aucb tiu.ra. wr yua may frwia Im tu tlia
bav praaula-1, aod, aa la uur cuatuoi, wa will for.
alab yuu with all U nuir buiuka, aud, aba
b aharg. auada la any Oaa aula auocaafuj.
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