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SATURDAY WORKING, NOV, 13, 1862.
l'urnltare aud firocerjr Auction
Kale, thl Plornlng, at 10 o'clock.
Extensive assortment of Fursiti-re,
Groceries, Sack Halt, Cigars, Candles,
Soap,"&c. ' ' " ' ' " ' ' "
B. P. SHIELDS k CO., '
Opposite Sewimee House.
Saturday, Nov. 15, 1802.
Captain T. C. Meyer", Gldi 0. V, will
oblige ua by calling at the Counting Room
of the Union Office.
PUBLISHERS.
Louisvilla and Nashville .Railroad
A friend informs ns that this road will
' be opened very probably some time next
week. We most heartily wish that it
may prove. to be so. It would be an al
most inestimabla benefit to our city.
A Bloody Night. ;
Five men wire murdered in this city on
Thursday night. It seems to have been a
carnival of blood. One of the victims
was Mr. Ilollister, keeper of the saloon
at the Commercial Hotel, who was
knocked in the head, by a soldier, with
a Blung-shot. '
A soldier who was on guard beyond
the Chattanooga depot shot another sol
dier, the other day, for refusing to halt.
Last night the comrade of the deceased
man returned and killed the guard.
' Captain Weitmillcr, of the 1'elleview
Urcwery, was so badly wounded that he
ifl not expected to recover.
A man was slain on College street.
We have heard no particulars of hi
death. And we learn that a negro was
the fifth victim of assassination.
Where, in the namo of humanity, arc
our municipal and military authorities,
that blood is shed with such appalling ,
rcclvlcssness ? Are our civil and military
officers powerless to arrest arid pun
ish summarily a few desperadoes who
arc making Nashvillo as infamous for
assassinations i3 Venice or Madrid?
If a swift and terrible example be not
mad of theso outlaws, citizens who
value tho lives of their families, will be
compelled to fly for refuge elsewhere.
No doubt the murderers were maddened
with intoxicating liquor, when they com
mitted these bloody deed9. At a time
like this, when men's passions are like
tinder, ready to blaze at the least spark,
every drinking saloon in the city should
be shut up, tho sale of liquors should be
punished by the heaviest penalties, It
I is no time for drunken men, citizens or
soldiers to be going about the streets.
We have seen enough of the horrid con
sequences, to make all good citizens de
sire the total suppression of dram-drink-
in ing during the present condition of the
country. IIow is it that soldiers are al
3 lowed to ramble about the streets after
i l A ' d I j . O T . l
mgut, wnuuui restraint r . ii may De
, said that if ther do. it ii in direct viola.
If tion.of orders. Then why are not these
I i( orders, strictly enforced? Is .there not
o, criminal laxilr Rompwriorn ? Wa Irnat
v J - -
x the violent deaths which we have just
t recordod will arouse our authorities to
tl the enforcement of measures which will
prevent the occurrence of like outrages.
A Hint.
Visitors to our oftice are requested not
yto engage , in discussions i in our office.
Many persons engage in long and loud
conversations around our table, almost
daily, without seeming to reflect that it
is Impossible to attend to editorial duties,
in the midst of such interruptions. News
paper offices are as unsuitable for idle
conversations at churches, None but
iconipositors and editors know how great
an annoyance it is to be so interrupted.
i
Wo are indebted to our friend, 11. II.
Singlkton, under the Sewanee, for late
Louisville papers. Sinulktn's News
'Depot is quite an instithtioa at lea9t il
is the place to get good literature and
Wo newspapers.
x akii vit I s Ni.ir. l.Y mi!'
) (In Jemfcrj ( the PolUe Committee :
Y'm are requested to inert at the
slayor's Office this evei?in, at three
'clock, as business of the utmost impur
ance will come up before the Committee.
' WILLIAM S. CHEATHAM,
Cluinrinn ' J'olire C' tiimit'ei:
Tho. following iomtnuutcation is on a
subject, and from a sonrce, which entitle
it to attention. It appears to us that to
carry out the suggestion as to rebuilding
bridges, literally, would be attended, iu
some instances, with practical difficulties
In such else, money, or property might
be taken to the amount, or twice the
amonnt of tho the damage inflicted, from
persons in the vicinity whw favored the
depredations of the guerrillas. No meas
ure, however severe, which would have a
tendency to stop these outrages should be
left untrieti:
For tli Union. ( j
Bridge Burning.
Tor many months the bridges of oor
railroads and turnpike roads, have
been destroyed by a few rebel guer
rillas under Mokoan and other ma
rauding chiefs, so as to obstruct the
movements of our armies. In fact, these
marauders have done the Government
more damngo than Bragg's whole army.
They enjoy peculiar advantages, in wear;
ing tho drees of private citizens. 5y this
disguise of dress they can conceal their
arms, and appear to be inoffensive private
citizens, whenever in danger of being
overtaken by Federal soldiers, and then
when uo Federal force is near, they tako'
up arms, burn bridges, anq rob and mur
der the citizens, One day, they will be
scattered and invisible, and the next day
they are armed and in formidable force.
They feel no dread of punishment for their
insidious mode of warfare. They know
that if they should be captured in arms,
they will not be treated as outlaws, but
as prisoners of war till exchanged. They
lurk in tho rear of the Federal armies,
and hold a complete reign of terror over
the whole, country outside of tho Federal
camps. Our armies can certainly van
quish all t he regularly massed rebel for
ces; but their marauders still hold the
entire country, and will continue to do
so, till there shall be some changes in the
Federal war policy. We shall be forced
to witness and suffer the strange anomaly
of a conquered people, still in full pos
session of the country, ar.d controlling the
population inlheirown barbarous way.
Cannot the authorities adopt toiue meas
ures that will brerfk up these hands,;
Thero is one measure, which suggests it
self to me, as calculated to accomplish
much. Let the authorities force the rebel
citizens in the vicinity to promptly re
build all the bridges destroyed by their
insidious friends. l'ut a strong guard
over them, muke them work faithfully
(ill all such damages are tully repaired,
and they will cease to give aid and com
fort to their marauding friends, and they
will disappear when thus discouraged.
T. F.
I'or the I'lilon
Nashville, Nov. 1 1th, 1802.
, Mr. Editor : In this morning's Union
I see a call for a meeting of Union men
and refugees, to be held at the Capitol to
night, over my name, which calls for a
brief notice by me. I was not present
at the preliminary meeting ; knew noth
ing of any gathering for any such pur
pose, until after it had adjourned, when
I learned, with surprise, that my name
was appended as chairman, to a card re
questing a meeting at the Capitol. The
card is different from what I undertood
it to be, when informed of it.
: I was informed on yesterday that a
meeting of refugees, as they are called,
would be held last night, to consider
what course they would pursue when
they should return to their homes.
j Of course I have no charge to make
against any one of intentional wrong in
tlte matter, for they, I have no doubt, are
my friends, but make this statement to
set myself right, which please publish in
your next issue. .
I Respectfully,
; VM. II. WISENEIt.
Dally Connection with the Loul
I vllle Hllroad.
J FAKK, $U.OO.
i Tkalet & Swan are again in the field
with their large Tassenger Wagons for
Mitchellsville and Franklin, Ky. '
I K very body wishing to go should ap
ply early every day to secure scats for
next day. 07" Passengers called for at
their residences at 8 o'clock, A.M.
TEALEY & SWAN,
; Novl3-tf No. 5 College street.
Pay Out Tennessee Money Only.
Oold, Silver, Greenbacks, Kentucky, In
diaua, and Ohio money, now bring quite
a largo premium when exchanged for
Tennessee money, which can be used
here just'as well as Northern funds ; and
time and money ran be saved by selling
your Southern currency even at a large
discount, and usiug Tennessee money in
making purchases. These exchanges can
be made on tho best terms at the Inuy
ance, Exchange uni Hanking Office of W.J.
Mark, on College street, jtwt below Union.
Novl lm
Water Taxes !
The Superintendent of the WalerWorks
has positive orders to Mint oil' all water
from delinquent tax-payers. Such as
are in arrears will tind it to their inter
est t call j'irthwih at tho office of the
Collector, and pay up.
Nov. 11, lhC2.-l w L' li. tlAniiKi i.
aim. i
(Hpecal Telegraph to the " ilivli: Union.,"
Latest Southern Intelligence!
Bragg's Army to 'Reinforce Leei
Indemnity Demanded for Injuries
Inflicted on Trench Subjects in 1
' New Orleans !
Probable Recall of General Butler !
Arrival of the H. II. S. S. Europa!
The Pirate Alabama !
Important from Washington City!
Arrest of Members of McClellan's
Staff!
Louisville, Nov. 14. The Petersburg
Express gives up all hopes of foreign
intervention.
Floyd's rebel force has been recalled
from Western Virginia to Gordonsville.
It is thought Bragg's army is hasten
ing to join Lee.
The French Government has demanded
full and immediate indemnity for the
injuries inflicted by Oen. Butler on
french citizens. It is thought Butler
will be recalled.
Oen. Blair will soon head a brigade to
assist in clearing the Mississippi Valley.
Halifax, Nov. 11. Tho Europa arriv
ed with fifty thousand dollars specie,
i An Iron Confederate steamer, suppos
ed to be the Alabama, was spoken off
Capo Sable.
I American securities very dull.
Consols ninety three and live-eighths.
; President Lopez, of Paraguay, is dead,
j Washington, Nov. 11. The Govern
ment refused to recognize pre-emption
rights toliock Island, on the Mississippi,
j The army of the Potomac is quiet,
Save slight skirmishes.
Several members of General McClel
lan's staff have been ordered to report to
Washington, under ariefct. The charges
are unknown. "
! Livebiool. Breadstuff are inclining
downward.
Garibaldi's health is reported satisfac
tory.
Toronto, C. W. The Kossin House,
the largest hotel in Canada, has been
burned. The inmates were saved.
t New York, Nov. 14. An extensive
defalcation is reported in the Custom
House, by false entries, of fio;u one to
three hundred thousand dollars.
The court martial in Gauzevoort's case
declares him not guilty, but censures him
for unskillful navigation. .
I Charleston papers say that Howell
(obb has been ordered to report to Beau
regard at Charleston.
j Louisville, Nov. 14. Unauthenticated
rumors say that a considerable rebel force
has arrived at Big Hill, from Cumberland
Gap. , - ' : f -I
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Great Advane cinthe Price of Paper.
From Le Baltimore Auiericu.
At tho present price of printing paper
the lubcsribers to newspapers are scarce
ly paying more for their printed Bbeeti
than the prime cost of the white paper
on which they are printed. The ad
vance in price in the last ten days is
fully twenty-five per cent, or nearly
one dollar per ream ou the paper used by
the American. But, this is not all. We
are threatened with a still further ad
vance, and the probability is that the
white sheet will soon cost more than the
stibsriber pays for the printed sheet.
This condition of affairs cannot,of course,
be sustained by the press, and we look
to very general advanco in the charge
to subscribers and agents for their pa
pers. Home of the Northern papers have
already advanced from two or three cents
per copy, aud the New York dalies are
said to be discussing the imperative
neeessity'of an advance.
This increase in the cost of paper is
said be mainly caused by the fact that
the Government contractors are using
ras in the manufacture of blankets and
cloth for the army, producing the article
called "shoddy." They have bought up
all tho stock in the market, and will in
due time force upon the Government this
miserable substitute for cloth. Another
cause of the advanee is the Government
x on paper, and all the chemicals used
iq its manufacture.
There is probably uo species of busi
ness so heavily taxed as the newspaper
proprietor. He is required to pay all
these combined taxes on the paper man
ufacture, has an additional tax of three
per cent, on all the advertisements in
his paper, and pays the tax ou all the
other materials used in his business.
Then his" income, if any should be hit,
is taxed, and unless he advauces the
price to l)o paid bv his leader, which i
will be li'lit to them the probability!
is that he w ill at lct cacip: the tax
on iiu ouK S. I
cicjjr
C0SaCTD DAILY .by CILUD3 ft C0.
' ' V No.' 2J COLLKOH 8TBFKT. : "
' - ThM rioU'tnnn are f r unllot tfuft V Iruu-
ury V)U-, Otii", Iiifi.mi.u, an I kciitui kj i
Tank of T.'tnes; ..1t
Union B nk H
PUntnni' lturlc ......' s : . . .1 t
Merchant' II oik . ..V4
nan It of the Union . .
d.n.
H
M
TrujTt' Hank ;
ofOimiiien )
City Bank i.
rarinem Hume W
Bunk of Par if , .'! ",
Hank of niattanoogit...; ...5ft
Hank of Mi'inuliia j.j So
Hiirk'a lluik...... ' '. .. M
KivIT liiuk...... hU
Commercial Hunk fit)
Suulhcrn Dank !0
Bmk of Niwlivn
BJUk of Hhlbvvlll . . i
Owe Bank.... 60
Hank of Ian'lrl'tK' M)
Bank of Went Trnncwv 61
Itiink of Mlaille Tenwui-a '. 25
Northern Huk -a
Georgia aiul Sonth Carolina.,..
North Curuliua luid Virginia...
Alabama ,.
Loauslana.
4 die.
fv
40
80 "
Untinj. tlling.
.... t
.... H id
Oo'ul...
Silver ,
noriiTixx wild cat.
Nortli WVeti-rn Hunk of Georgia.' (! )
Hank of til" Klnniro Slnto. (,..rtrl 1.1
ills.
lUnk of Athene, tluorgia... .....ti'J '
Kuilou Hank go "
Hank of WMtfiVM "
Timber Cutlers' Bunk 50 '
Kcfiiko the I wane q of all llunka
mentioned below
Tho following Ti'nnepni.e Banks are broken, or
havu boon woiut up : and, tln-ir Nuirs, if any are
out, arc utterly wortliitea :
Agricultural Bank, at Browuaville.
Central Pauk of Ti-nnotHw, ut Kaghvllle.
Fanners' and Mochaiiim1 Bank, at llumphig.
Mocliauics' Dank, ut Mcniplm.
Mmplii Mavini; Institution, nt Memphis.
Ezclianne Hank, at Miirfrwboro.
Miners' and Manufacturers' Bank, at Knoxvill .
Hank of EiLSt Tenuufnoe, ut Knoxvillo.
, Bank of Trenton, at Trenton.
Bank of Jollereoii, at Dnudrlilxe.
Bank of Claiborne, at Tazewell.
B.ilik of Tazewell, at Tazewell.
Luwroncehurjr Hank, at Lawroncebnrg.
'iiirii' Bank, at Memphis. .
I Bank of America, at Clarksvillej
HUGHES'
rjCE.tiioi
ART GALLERY,
Cor. CoIIcro u nd I'nion St.
'PHIS GALLERY IS OPKN DAILY KKOM 7,
J A.M. to 5 I'.M., wher.! Pictiiivs of tUo moat
eminent men may be Keen.
Photographs, Ambrotypos,
MF.LAINOTYPES, LETTERTYrES, VIGNETTE.",'
and UAHTES IK VIr'ITE, aru muile in the bighest
stylo of iwrieciiou.
BIT The puMIc nre rvipertfully invitod to vinit our
Gallery, whore ail pictures iniulo nro warruulud to
give i-ali.-fiii;iioii, or no clmrgo will bo ma le.
aiic"-ly
(n trtrnnajders' Ct?rt:fica(i.
ri'K'JHASk.D BY
CHAS. EC. GREEN
; OPFICE, No. 38 Cherry St., (Up Stairs.)
LOST.
ON SUNDAY EVENING ABOUT 3 O'CLOCK,
on the bank of the river, under the Railroad
Bri'lre, a gold Watch and Chain, with a small Heal.
I will pay a reward of Ji for the return o( the
watch to the Union office, or for any information that
will lead to lt recoyrry.
Nov. V t ADAM COK.
S500 REWARD. .
STOLEN, ON SUNDAY, THE Dtt) INST., FROM
my re-M-Mice, corner of Vine and Broad streets,
a 1'Ov.KET BOOK, containing 1;S47 60 In koM, $oti8
In Greenbacks and Kentucky money, a note on
the Bank of TenneKs.e, f 18,r In Planters' Dunk, aud
S4 in one dollar Tennessee bills in all 1UH 60.
The subscriber will pay the ubove reward for the
detectiou of the thief end recovery of the money.
Novia-lw W- M RETN0LD8.
Strayed or Stolen,
A EAT HORSlf, WITn THREE" WniTB LEGS,
white streak on the forehead, heavy mane aud
tail; no marks. Any perw.n giving Informstion ol
the above uamed horee, Kill receive a liberal reward
for such, by calling ou Broadway, between College
sad Cherry streets.
N. D. VERSY,
' Lieut, arid Quarteriuuster lxt InU'p't Voig.
'JtovMw
; WANTED,
One Hundred Wood-Choppera
'IMIK UNIiIESIGNED IS IN WANT OK ON1C
I h ii n,l red wood-:)ioper8, to which will be id
oe dollar er cord for cutting wood. Enquire at the
Govcriiment;wood yard, near the Louisville IleHit.
Oct.liy. lm. L. WITKOWSKI.
Dr. King's Dispensary
!. FUIl I'KIVAIF. BISEAMI-S.
TSi DR. KING, formerly of New York, fo
f ?a shTt 'Be lMl fur years of Louisville, Ky.
, aad who has devoted nil alleulHWU)
the treatment ol private direases for 30 years, flatter
himself, having aU-nded to a practice for so man
yoara, aod cured so may thosaao is, be It enabled U
Oureall d.saecs ol a private nature, no matter bow
bad td-y may be fmru luiudlclous medic'al treatment,
orfrom Begiw!to( tne:rown. Dr. King's Disjiensar.'
No .3 !oador,ckstrtK t, between Cherry aod tuesqoara,
ul' tory, where he cures all diseasui ol a pr.vatt
nature.
a morhca enred without naoseons medicines or Id.
arlnrence with hutirirs
, imoluresof old or receut date, effectually cored
ftw dsys, by an operation which, causes oo pain.
W'ere stricture esisui health eauuot be eaj'.yei,
Permrw bo dteease causes more nvicbief and nnde
m ). the ooualitution a much.
iyi uilts, with all the diseases of the skin, rro'n
Dot of oeg'af't or bad troatmeet, eaa be eir-taaiiy
t' tci la I lew days.
V-val tVeoicHaa.Parlloularaltcullon baring ueea
g'.veo to thisdiseaae, aud all the ciocjueoes grvwing
out ef It, brought on io many oua hy tbe deairuriiv
hut ii of lnooL;'.u-ate youlLs, and etcessive id lu
reace oftiiepa-ji..i'.l)a nfl"ct v! which will under
tn.net'iu cont:tutiop, reoJir:ng the subject until fof
hot new or s.Hiety. and o sin premature old age
females wbo may b lat,c -ing with any dlfllcuily
be V'ul mr rest assured .mind:aU) relief.
Venters reaiding abroad, bv writirf and slating the'J
eai with alee euriie-l, J rect to Ut. A. King, Ku. 1
l)-s Ierira street, .Vash. r.e, Trim , will have tl,s necea.
airy medicines s.iui th T addreer. Offlr hoar
Irt n 0 nr.ii g m ma Klg rr niii e m tbtevealsa
lyti1.n'wt "
Kl.TINO-LK.VTntii AND GUM. for
i' WM J.Vun.
Library Association Co
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LOTTERY;
iJ.'j"'5r.'i.fi:-.v- :
.."MAN AGE IIS.
i
Draw. Daily at COVIICQTON, Ky
' . ' AT l AND 3 O'CLOCK-
L'nder Oie Siijxsn'nUrkfaica of Sworn .
i. Commissioners.
CAPITALS
$5,000 to $40,000!
Tirkctj from One Eollar to' Tin' Dollars.
Orders for Tickets will be nrrmmtlvr Fer.t b re.
torn mail, and our fBiclal Drawings gent to all" cor
fespotulcnts. All or derii for Titki.ta, addresg
R. FRANCE & CO.,
W Circulars sent free to all ordering.
' Inly'iB-dCm
M. L. ALEXANDER,
Auction & Commission
MERCHANT,
No. 71 I'l UMo MlUAKi:,
NASIIVILLE, TEOTI.
SOLICITS CONSIGNMENT?, AND WILL GIVK
iirmint atti'Titum tn !.. .if t.. i. t . ...
Bhoc. Huts nnd Mcrcliati1iio gcnorally.
ouitv uiiu, iijuj rotunia uiaUo promptly
Charles H. Green,
AGENT FOR the
COLLECTION OF CLAIMS
AOAINfT TfJE
U. S. GOVERNMENT.
Office, No. 38, Cherry Street,
(Vl STAIRS.)
July 23 tf. '
Claims Against the TJ. States.
A, .... iiieiij o oo COIjectlOQ ct
claims aifiu?t soy of the Coded htateg authorl.
T t h'V A II1TT i!l ... I .. . ,, .
ak n.un.iou. ne may ou ioiiu.1
at the Swanee House.
Nashvillo, June Ulb, I86I
CASUS YALB
AND
SPRING VAGONS,
FOB SALS AT
MYERS, HUNT & Co's
CARRIAGE WAREROOM8,
North Market Street,
, NEAR THIS BQUARK.
Noy.l 2m.
24 24 24 24 24
Startling Intelligence!
Notickj To
BMOKER9,
BOLIJIKItS,
j CITIZKNB
and KVKRYBODY,
j . COME JO
NO. 24, DEADEKICK STREET.
Where you will tlti l the .
CHEAPEST , TOBACCO.
In Nashville. Also
Coffee, Tou, Itioo,
i AluntarU, Tuble-Salt,
I Ktarch. Eotia, rpjer,
t fpioeSH, VinosHf, Hoap,
CanllH, Tatohets
3Jrunhee, ailackinu. Twine,
AVniiiino:-i)itiier. &o.
Don't forget the rd ce,
NO. 24, Deaderick, Near Cherry.
.. . . HIGH k CO.
Nov. lm
24 24 24 24 Q4
MEDICAL DEPARTMENT .
, OP THE
UNIVERSITY OF NASHVILLE.
rpiIB RKlill AR hKSSION WILL OI'KN AH
.m. on bin, i-v ji mo i in oveuioei unj
Contluue Ulitil 111 lat of M iKll 1
W. K. UiWLINti,
Nov.l 2w. i,(,n of On .nni'j.
Jo it II the Jllltiury ftepartiuen Is In
the IHktrict at ttie Ohio.
ON AN!) AFTKfl TMK 1vt PAY OF JH.T 1SC2,
rl .--l) a-i ol!. at ,Ltt. Cloud Hotel in Nash
vili. e, 1. n i -", aiid oue on Slt-a strtwl, c p:to
the ii:t Hou I.e.-v!!-, Ky., Mr ail Iranvatt'OD
or h.et in t . . i de .rm.u.t. lur three timuw.. tri m
July 1st iv l (lll:i, KAliS,Jr ,
He (.'ontraet. r !..r tie- M-trlit u! Ol.io
N. B .HIi,Lort .Mui.M l r.,e j u .1 lor (j"d tattle
.ily' 1
ROBERT LMITLiND'&CO.
General Commission iMerchanta
ANI
BiNKERS,
63 una C3, f titYer ptreeV Rnt'. fO rrc.aa
. Place, j
Fm.ttKt I.. .uu i J' v;,.. VtirL.
iiij trtn.it, , I : a til K.
ilay , IS2. 0ui
TENNESSEE BRANCH
fiATioiiii iii mm
COtIrVTSD SI
HARVEY, COLLINS tt BRACE,
WAPHINOTON, i. C, ' ' ' '
CHARLES H. GREEN, Agent,
No. 38, Cherry Street, Nashville, Tenn.
fpiIIS AOF.NCY iouee ieetiliar fanlltics F r the
X luoemliil tirooecutloti ami -i'HUmii nt i f lo.
matuls ar ii net the General Gowrutnetit of KYEKY
MCTMPTION, it. fondttctors having hud severs
years' experience In the manmierncnt of claims
fore Con trreea, the Court of (lalms, end the Exern
live Deiartnients at Wa(diltie,ton, and U ln thor
oughly acquainted and fimlliar with the laws and
regulations governing" their aiy uetmetit.
Particular attention will 1-e g-iven to caees ar.i;n(
out of the prcrent war, Including: the aceouuts of
SIat-H, C'ontraetolD, Mel liiebiitniug lillirers of the
War and Navy I'eiartnientn, and for Collect
ine Drlllliifr, and OritiinUinn Vnla
untocra," the reimbursement of which i anther
Ijwdl ynn art af Coi.RreHu; CLA1.M' 1 OK INI EM
NITT FOR riUYATE ntOrERTY TAKKN VO'd
PCBI.K3 r."Ka OH FOR DAMAt.KH TO SCCH
I'ROPKUTY, for Ilirsei L et In the service, and fl'r
IHilltarr l'ajr, IVnelona, and llomtty
Land
We give special attention to proeiinnir l'cn
siions, llountlea, etc., nerrui'is; to SMurs
who have been Woiiuded, coDlracten ui en', or the
families of such as have died, or been killed u hile in
the diseharise of their line of del un tin h during tb
present war
Special care will aUo be t-'iveii to elniuo vihii h
bavo beeu lareicTi.ro itojt c ti' tt or .tiapciided
by the !V arlnim! et I uc liclon 1 1 y lIanaictd
Prompt attention hIko ivi-h to the colleetit u f
Quartermaster' I'eeeipta given for Property Ukeu
lur the tine of the Army, to arrinttliii; Aerottnta with
andcolleetin' (1a:m RK.ilnit the CJ it ii termaKli r s lie.
piirlliu lit.
All Claim.-) placed in our liaiidn receive our I rotnpt
l'crsoitul Attenllon, tlo'ieLvmc-iinri; n:any
which, in the luitids of an Attorney nt nny distant
point, frequently prove uinmcceftMfiil.
Asirto from this decided ndvui;tin:e, our daily Inter
course with all the lepai tmetits tlinhles its In mos
canes to obliun deciniotis niiivh moru rpeedily thaa
ahero al commtiiifcatiou and other iieiiHsuiy detail
mimt bo conducted through tho niiiil.
To this end, we solicit J'u'i to forward to ua ni.y or
all in nil of such cliaraetei you may I'loin l-nie to tiloe
have presented, and, as is our cuhIoiii, will lur.
nidi yon with nil tho neecswiry blanks, and, wuea
rt-iuired, instructions.
No cliargii made in any caie unleis sucresnful.
Adlrehs: t'HAKt.KS II. URKF.N,
No, Jfc Cherry Htreet,
1 N:iabi)le, Teuu
it i: r i; ii i: i: s .
Hon RiciiaKI' Wat.LAcn.
" D. B. I tuxi ii ,
..Mayor of Washington
City.
.(X mnilnioii..r of Public
A lluil ling.
. Krle, pa.
..Philadelphia,!..
, . Wurreii, "
.Erie,
,... nvernor of Ohio.
..('lib sko, I ilinois.
. .Wit'lertown, N. Y.
..Krie, I'a.
. Iiankeis Waahlnatoa .
' (imrov .1. Ham
" TllOXAjIl KlOhkM'K...
" V.. 11. Ct kth
' KlUSII llASHIT
" WllUAM ltM..(W
" J iaii M. Lfivs
" t'HAat r ft. II akii..
Oapt. W. W. I'cn.iiiM . . . .
W. T. iuliiiiBOX . Co.. ..
I). C.
W. P. HitAitA. K F.T MeadvPle ,Pa.
Hami ei. A. Korii, Ksi Chiieuo, Illinois.
Ooav rtsanofa, Ki lerre Haute, Ind."
1. A. Powsn, Khii...
..lliiriiinati, Ohio.
W. k J. W. Koiwik,...
Gen. MiaaAY Whaien.
.Ions I). IlArKas, Kij..
A. K. lUavsr, Ki
W. K. Haivit, K.....
...Haq 1- runeinco.Cet.
.. Aiwora, iml.
. , Nebmaka, K. T.
..Omaha City, N. T.
....Peru. N. T.
non. b. u. iiAiiir
Ciiaribs P. CaosKr, F.q....Iietrolt, Mich.
Thomas M. Wiisom, Ky... Nuw llaltimore, Hit
Wai-umu A Jsrroaus -..Keokuk, Iowa.
W. Ii. IlLACKXt'ax, F-l Kniiaaa Territory.
II. IlfNTtaoroM, I ts Co.. 240 Hroadway, N. V.
Howsaa, linrkMA li IIsao- ai, M aud .10 Veasy fti ,
! hi, Jr New York.
GUareira'A Iioor.s 10 Warren street, N.T.
JaaosisB. Hies, Ks...... Nassau at, for. Wall sC
New Yitrk.
Ij. E. Bockiiv, Ksq 407 Broadway, N. Y.
WtulAH I'i rtsa, Kaq 06 Kulloe street N. Y.
(lusLitH Foi, ksi . Cincinnati, Ohio.
Jabm C. Gkmis, K. Covins!.. ii, !Ky.
Masi-i s A. Ki.Mii, k.q Maysville, Ky.
JulyWMy.
SKWIXG HAflll.XES FOR Sill
! MACHINE NEEDLES ,
For Uruver cV llakerU, Vlielr
1 Wlleoo'a mid iioasye .llaclilnre,
Alho, MACHINE OIL, '
And sveij IhiiiK H.-tKiiini to Kewlng Machine
All kiui.i ol
MACHINES REPAIRED,
At W. Klir.r.su.Y's Wall Pa pet Store, Cr. Pe.t-liTici
rttrext and Puld.o Npime,
a't-tf Mr '. vIMIIKt.
Goveinmont Claims.
ANDREW McCLAIN
WILL (JIVK PROMPT ATTKNriON TO TU K
Colleetmn of c.i'iii- i f evi ry l.li.d against the
Covernrneut of thu I nlfd ulatoa ililro-lit to Ml
care,
OFFICE ON UNION STREET,
between Cd'eir and Cherry street, (m. ti.lrl nve
(fork s Hook More, Nasiivii.lk, Taaarseat"
Jt E ft K H KN V Kg: '
fu..(.w. caiMfy t'lward II. K.ist, H.iinili'1 K. Hum,
liuraoe II. iiarrmoii, A. J- l-'imcaii.
H ion c.nuy - lloti .lor I. in Stokes.
tiKiih tiMutti fir. V. II. Oordon, J. W. B'iw i. '
Jl.k alb county Col. W. H SitokeS.
IC'Irrra (tWiily KolM-rt ( al:i, tieorge J. StuhUf.. I t
IVlt tiM'lly Wilhalll III'1!).
I:mterfvrU t.jii Jwlwar 1 L Jordvn, WilHiBiRI
Tal'y-
Hnlfrt f,,uHit Wllllrtm If. Wl enor.
llar.lMl c-iunly Abner Hti-td.
,ii.iaer e-tiulij II d I'l J t O, 1 hoinas T' lulb .
J,, (,, n i.n.rilii, . I It. .i r I,
1imi lion. T, A. l; Nelw a, . hi. R. leil
ilciviniic y. Mdvtr
Wanted to Hire,
A 0xl ;))l, WAHMKIt, an.t
IKONiiii'l
Ku (li r- 1. 1 Oi'S I'', i,

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