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TUESDAY MOUSING DKC. 1(1, 18C2
South Convention of ' Hanufao
'.TW tnrcr and Free-Trade'1 Association
cf tho Confederate Etatef- Argu-
:lucntinrator cf Free Trade.
Acoubta, G., Not, 19, 18C2.
The hlnufai-turer' and Prte-Trade
AnsodaUoo, pnnmant to tb call of the
president, met at Masonic Hall, in An
guMa, to-da. , . . (
On motion, the nam of th organiza
tioa was changed to the Wanufatarera'
Asaociation of the Confederate tttatea of
America. The former secretary being
abfwul, E. Sieadman wh appoiated aec
retary and treasurer. Tho following del-
Kir answered 10 uicir nann-s.
W. Gregir, Graniteville, 8.0.
w. urcpg, Jr.j UianiteTille, 8. C. i ,
J.J. Uregfr, (JrauitcYille. 8. C.
v. i!.. jackaon, Augaata, ua. !
J. C. JVrourt, Troup Ftotorj-, deurgla.
laaao Towel), High Shoala, Oa.
11. F. Uamraett, liaiesYille, 8. C-
H. Stead in an, Lawre nce?ille, Ga. j
John White, Athena, G a. i! ' I
' G. Cannon. Fingerrille, 8. C f
II. F. Lester.lJaena Vista, S. C.
,A. V. Brumby, New Mancheater, Ga.
; ' W. J. RumkI, New Manchester, Ga.
John N. Grady, Mcliean, S. C.
J. McDonald, Concord Factory.
George II. Camp, Uoawell Mills. !
. ' John Tuoropsou, Hopewell F-actory,
John E. Oldham, Hock lord, Tenn. t
The president then called upon dele
galea for their estimate of the cost of
production of cotton good. After full
discusHisn, the president, on motion, ap
pointed a Committee of three, with In-
tructiona to report upon the estimates
prcoehTed by the various factories in re
gard to the actual cost ot the production
of cotton goode. The committee consist
ed of W. E. Jackson, Georgo.ll. Camp,
and A. V. Brumby. 'To the committee
was added the preside.it. The associa
tion adjourned to meet at half past three
o'clock I'. M. y' ' v I
AFTEUN00H fiESSIOS, I1ALF PAST THBEE
.v ; . ; o'clock p. at.
Tho association met according to ad
journment. The committoo on cost of productions,
through I heir chairman, submit ted as their
report the following preamble and reso
lution, which was, on motion, adopted :
WuBitEAS, The Manufacturers' Con
vention, after comparing notes as to the
' Immense advance upon every article in
use pertaining to the cost of producing
good, viz ', cotton, labor, oil, alcohol, var
nish, gums, leather in its various .uses,
card clothing and hand cards for strip
ping cylinders, steel, iron, Dies, hardware,
Shuttles, bobbins, reeds, steel travellers,
steel spindles, tin, Babhel's mttal solder,
nai!s,Bcrews,and a thousand other articles
largely in use, most of which have in
creased over 1,000 per cen,t. in value, and
some extend to the fabulous advance of 10,.
000 per cent: therefote, be it k
Jiesolvel, That the Manufacturers' Con
vention consider, from actual estimates
presented, the present cost of production
' of cotton goods to be equal to 11 fly cents,
per pound, and deem it unsafe to bargain
with Government at any fixed price to
extend beyond one mouth, without the
establishment of a sliding scale, by which
the price may be varied from month to
month, as the cost of production may aa
vance. ' W. E. JACKSON,)
GEO. II. CAMP, Com.
. A. V. BUUMBY, S
After receiving the report, on motion of
G. Garmon, the association adjourned to
Dioet at Columbia, South Carolina, the
time subject to the pleasuro of the pres
ident, who is requested to issue a circular
giving manufacturers notice of tho time
appointed, and urge their general attend
ance. WlLilaAM ukluu, sr., i'res.
' ' E; Steaduak, Scc'ry.
IIkavt Losses. A British paper esti
mates the loss to British owners, in their
attempts to run the blockade, at over
twenty millions of dollars. j
Seventeen suits have been commenced
at Norfolk aeainst the Wise family, con
sisting of Henry A., John J. II., George
D., and 0. Jennings, for the recovery ot
debts varying in amounts from two hun
dred and nrty to one thousand aoi.'ars.
Messrs.' Habdh A Co., 43 College
' Street, are now delivering te Cincinnati,
Louisville, and New York daily papers
stores and residences, in any part of
the citjr, for twenty-Dve cents a week.
Leave orders at 48, Cellege Street, j
noV2G tf. '
thai lit A. SWAN,
Livory and Sale Stable, No. 6 College
VJ V Street, Keep constantly on hand Car
i ftHii-oii. Horses and Buiruica. and are at
c U times prepared to send parties to any
' .fcft M .....
T part of the country.
We have i" oria goon worii nurses
and Mules for sale at low figures : also,
several largo and small Spring Wagons.
Later from Fredericksburg. "
The whole . Federal Artay Across
" J '4 ''the'-Hannahannock!'1' ' ! ,
J , I
Three Kiles of P.ebel Fertmcations
. 1 . I TV l' I
, ,l 'Taken
. . : ' . . i v k.. .i.
A dispatch from', General Bcbnside ,(o
the President eUtost .
"We have carried the first line of en
trenchment)!, on the ojrpasite side of the
river up and down for thrco miles ; with
a loss of 6000 men. ,. ,., ,r . r , j
The whole army is across the river,"
The MurfriTsWoi? Banner of Sat
urday, we arc informed, ft'ales that Jeff
Davis arrived there Friday and is the
guest of Mr.MASET.' ' !
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' Great Battle at Fredericksburg,
Franklin Drives the Eelels back -a
Mile on th Left.
Heavy Loss on both Sides. ;
Partial ' list of CnsnoiH- n oa;
Federal Officers- (
Eevolation in Japan. 1 '
UADgtTABTEUS ARMY OF TOTOMAC,)
December 13th, 11 p.m.
The fog began to disappear earl y in
the mornin?, affording an unobstructed
view of our own and the rebels' positions.
It being evident that the lirst ridge of
hills in the rear of the city, on which the
enemy had his guns posted, behind works
which could not be carried except by a
charge of infantry, Gen. Sumner assigned
that duty to Uen. 1 rench s division, which
was supported by Gen. Howard's. j
Ihe troops advanced to their works at
ten minutes before 12 at a brisk run, Ihe
enemy's guns opening upon them a very
rapid lire. When within musket range,
at the base of the ridge, our troops were
met by a terrible fire from the rebel in
fantry, which were posted behind a stone
wall and soiho houses on the right of the
line. Tliii checked the advance of our
men, and they fell back to a small ravine,
but not out of musket range. . .- ;
At this timo another body of men
moved to their assistance in splendid
style. Notwithstanding largo gaps were
made in their ranks by the rebel artil
lery when our troops arrived at the first
line of the rebel defences, they doubled
quickcd.and with lixed bayonets endeav
ored to dislodge the rebels from their
hiding places. ::s
Tho concentrated fire of the rebel ar
lillery and infantry which our men were
forced to face, was too much for them.
and the center gave way in disorder : but
afterwards they were rallied and brought
back. . . i
From that time the fire was spiritodlv
carried on, and never ceased until after
General Franklin, who commanded
the attack on the left, met with better
success. He succeeded, after a hard
day's fight, in driving the rebels about
one mile. At one time the rebels ad
vanced to attack him, but were hand
somely repulsed, with terrible slaughter,
and loss of between four and five hun
dred prisoners, belonging to General A.
P. Hill's command.
General Franklin's movement was di
rected down the river, and his troops are
eneauped to-night not fas from the Mas-
sahonix creek. Our troops sleep to-night
where tuey lougnt to-aay. . i
The dead and wounded are being car
ried from the field.
The following is a list of officers killed
and wounded aa far as ret known: Gen
eral Jackson, of the Pennsylvania re
serves, killed; Gen -Bayard, struck in the
thigh by a shell, and afterwards died;
Gen Vinton, wounded in the side, but not
seriously; Gen. Gibbons, wounded in the
band; Gen. Kimball, wounded in thigh;
Gen. Caldwell, wounded in two places.
but not seriously; Col. Sinclair, of the
Pennsylvania reserves, wounded serious
Iy; Col. Ueudrivkson, commanding lUh
New.xork btate militia, wounded fieri
Tho following is the less of officers in
the 6th New Hampshire regiment; Col
Cress wounded in the abdomen, Major
Sturtvant killed, Adjutant Dodd killed,
Captain Murray killed, Captain Perry,
The firing of musketry ceased about
six o clock this evening, but the rebels
continued throwing shells into the city
until 8 o'clock.
The position of the rebels was aa fol
lows: Gn. Longsireet was on the left,
and holding the main werks; Gen. A. P.
Hill and Stonewall Jackson wsre in front
of Franklin, with Jackson's right rest
ing on the Rappahannock, and Hill's
forces acting as a reserve.
' General Barnside will renew the battle
at daylight in the morning. The troops
are in good spirits, and not In the least
Wasuinqtom, Deo. 13. The Commis
sioner of Internal Kevenue has dscided
that protuiaaory notes, payable at banks,
are not liable as checks to taxation.
Naw Youk, Dec. 13 The total amount
raised in the city to date for the Lanca
shire (Inland) operatives, is $1C0,0(X.
Customhouse returns show $'JUO,000
worth of guns imported this week. '
San Fhamcisco, Dec. 13. Sailed, ship
Susan Fearing. Commercial citculars
from Japan of the '2th' October, say that
a revolution Das taken place in that Gov
ermrent, but of what character the pub
lished rrports do not make clear. As
sumed power of the .Trcoon, restricted,
and policy .adopted adverse (o foreign
interest. ' " ' -
Mr. Klchardsonapromlnent English
merchant, had ben assassinated by the
servants of the Japan Trince. J
WaWnotoVIW. 11. Mr! Noell, of
Missouri, has prepared a bill which he
will introduce in the House, to submit
the propositions of President Lincoln to
the State of Missouri, that, upon the
adoption by that State of a system for
the immediate abolishment of slavery, to
take effect on the 1st of January, 1801,
the United States will provide for the
compensation of loyal owners 6f the
slaves therein, to the extent of 20,000,
000 in United States bonds, redeemable
in thirty years, and will remove to some
place out of the United States and colo
nize such of the emancipated slaves as
shall elect to leave the State.
Citizens, soldiers and strangeia visit
ing the city, wishing to pass a pleasant
hour, should call and examine our stock
of reading matter. We are sure to please
all sorts of tastes. . Pooka from the ablest
authors, down to the most thrilling blood
and thunder stories printed, can be had
at 48 Colics Sl
The death of Louis Uhland, the Ber-
anger of Germany, is announced in the
papers which have just arrived. Though
his later years were passed in obscurity,
there have been few poets whoso produc
tions have had a wider circulation than
those ol Uhland, or exercised greater in
fluence on the mind of his age. He was
born at Tubingen in ii87; studied law,
which he abandoned for literature, devot
ing all his powers to the cultivation of
deep national and liberal sentiments
among his conntrymen. His death has
created ' a lively sensation in his own
country, and even in England.
Farmers, call for the Country Gentleman;
Mechanics, call for the Scientific Ameri
can; Literary .men, call I -if Atlantic
Magazine, and Eclectic MontMy at Uardb
fc Co., 43 ColUge Street. ' '
L.onlv)lle and Nashville Itallrond.
Passenger train for Louisville, Bow
ling Green, and Memphis Branch, leaves
Nashville daily at 8 o'clock, A. M., Louis
ville time, which is fifteen minutes faster
than Nashville time. The Ticket Agent
is requested to sell no tickets to any
Station on the road, except upon the
presentation of a pass to such point,
approved by Maj.-Gen. Robecrans. The
Ticket Office will bo open in time for
all to procure tickets. .
Nov 30 2 w.
Ladies, call and look at our fashion
hooks. Madame Demoi est, book of fash
ion, Godey's and Peterson's, for January
1SG3, and Frank Leslie's Gazette of
Fashion, at Uarde & Co, 48 College
Unctjrhent Monet, Gold and Silver,
bought and sold at the Insurance, Ex
change and Banking Office of W. J.
Makh, corner of College and Union streets,
Nashville, Tennessee. tf.
T II IS A T II 15 .
S. B. PCFFISLD.. MnB r.
CLAUDE 0. 1UU1LT0M..,, BUgo MDHKrr.
B. T. SIMONS Trouturer.
Tuesday Evening; Dec. 16 1802
Or, The llclle of the Faubourg t
DANCE, . . " Miss CONHTANTINE.
In preparation, HIOHAKD HI.
Sight Checks on Louisville
BOUGHT AMD BOLD,
A. O. SANFORD & CO.,
NoYt3-U (J CulU'go itreor, Merchants' Dank.
N MONDAY MOBNINQ, ON THE
Pulillo h'qimr, a mull I'uckrt-Hook.lr . I
bloDKlK to a Kit'lior, winch li cud bavr ' j
by calling at UiU olboo, Uutcriliiug U, aiuU.n ....J
myiag tut llni advertise uitut.
V. Hat Brown & Co.
? . i a- i n in xi a i- ;
. ,Lr.L "jroi belling
REAL''&' PEliSONAL ESTATE,
r Renting of Houses, Etc.
i - -
PROMPT ATTENTION OIYIX TO ALL
buaintt milriiatr't to Ih.lr car.
"(hike, No. 10 Cherry .trout, brtwren- I' nun
aim iKa uuc. iiucio-im
ON Tltl'RSDAY MOKMINQ, BE
twimu (uii'D Hamilton awl Kaiih
...11- - U 1 V . u.ill L u 1 1
fi)lr. cti. ; alwi threa t fayab
inM t Ihv (Snd r m A h I id a literal reward
ly mluruli n Ilia Miue to I u. A, I at h ohl Vuli.
liwlu-i . I. i- HAUMt.S.
' T 1 111 i i i i
, . (Splal Tilrgrapfc to lha J.'aahvllla Dlo, j
MIDNIGHT DESPATCHES, j
lata Newt from TiitfericksbTirff.
Gen. Backs Landed at "Wintoa '
Plymouth, North Carolina, Burned.
An Expedition Against Slobile. .
The Rebels Erecting Batteries on
James' and Sullivan'! Islands. !
Beanragard at Charleston with ForJ
iy inousana lien.
Congress Endorses the President's
IIeadquaiitkiis Abut of thk Totomac.)
day between the advance. Both armies
are quiet to-day. The Kebels are
strengthening their position. Washing
ton special says that Banks has landed
at Winton, head of Chawau river, and
formed a junction with the troops from
Suffolk, supposed to he marching on
Philadelphia, Dee. 15. -Plymouth,
North Carolina, burned, but unknown by
what Federal division.
Ililton Head advices say an expedition
is projected against Mobile. ,
The Rebels near Hilton Head have
erected powerful batteries on James and
Beauregard is intrenching at Charles
ton with forty thousand men.
New York, Dec. 15. Cold 31 Jf. ,
Washington, Dec. 15. House resolu
tion adopted tho President's Emancipa
tion Proclamation as constitutional and
well chosen as a war measure.
The Culture of Sorghum in Illinois.
The growers of sorghum) in Illinois
held a convention at Rockfbrd, in that
State, a few days since, the results of
which are thus summed up by the Chi
cago Tribune : .
First, then, sorghum in all parts of tho
Northwes, where the larger varieties of
Indian corn perfectly mature is an ac
knowledged success. Its adaptation to
the soil and the climate, the ease with
which it can be cultivated, and the cer
tainty of a remunerative crop, are ac
knowledged, proved by experience which
has been long enough and broad enough
to satisfy all. '
Second, though tho yield of syrup is
large, (here the accounts may vary with
the variations of soil and temperature,
the perfection of machinery used, the
knowledge, care, and skill of manipula
tor,) and profitable at any figure that
syrup is likely to reach, the question
Can crystalized sugar be profitably pro
duced from the sorghuiu? is yet an
open one that the Convention was un
able to settle. A large number of sam
ples of sugar have beeu produced, but
mostly the result of experiments made
on a small scale, and without regard
to cost. But they prove the possibili
ty of making sugar from sorghum. Us
profitable production, in competition
with the cane is another matter, for the
solution of which longer trial, more cap
ital and additional experiments are re
quired. Third The amount of sirup
made in Illinois alone, this year, is esti
mated at two millions of gallons, of which
Winnebago county alone gave fifty thou
sand gallons. FourthIn moat of the
rural .districts, where the attention of the
farmers has been turned to sorghum, the
domestic sirup has nearly or quite driven
cane molasses out of the market. TLe
former is the clearest, the most tooth
some, and now-a-days much the cheap
est Fifth The consumption of saccha
rine food among the rural population,
where sorghum is grown, has largely in
creased famities that formerly content
ed themselves with four to six gallons of
molasses per annum each, now find a
barrel of sirup nose to much for the
year's consumption a fact of great im
portance to dentists and manufacturers
of arliCcial teeth, and not without value
to the pojiliral economist. This, we be
in ve, is a fair summary ef the conclu
sions arrived at, saying nothing of the
discussions which the ' manner ot plant
iug, cultivating, gathering and mauutac
turiujt provoked. The showing is emi
neutly satisfactory. '
C. L. HOLLISTER
A7 Union Street,
RECEIVED THI3 MORNING
." , A FBEiill LOT' OF
Oysters and Butter.
IP 0 ,11 1ST D,
fNE CWALltY HCHrif. lyl'I PI'EI),
V ini I jiiou atr-iM, o.i l.'ie uiurun
Impure at No. ti tulou stirfet. (up stall .) 0r
T tTTt r nm-
BV M.VIL .AlSr.D EXPRESS,
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irew York. Cincinnati, Louisville, St. Louis, Chicago
r, ' 1 A.MD OTHKn
v, t cm
A T. n
TM3S. . TRADE
Cor. College and Union tits.
rrUIS OALI.KBT IS OPKM f)A1LT FROM T,
1 A.M. lo 5. P.M., whera rictun-i of tiio uio.t
minrnt men nmjf be Iwcn.
MKLAIVOTYPES, T.KTTKUTTPES, VIONKTTE3,
and (JAUTtS UK VISITU, tro nmdo In t)i lilgliriit
ijrle ol lorl'ectlon.
T"Th pabllo urfl mpcrt fti'ly UiviteJ to vl.lt our
Onllery, wlii-r all pictures tnulti am' warranted to
give antist'aolloni or uo eliarfu will be ma'le,
Dr. King's Dispensary
er7i!JI,R f WO, fin
n,i r;"r y
irmcrly of New Tor!.-, lor
rouri of Iiouiiviilo. Kv..
Iinrt wlio h is dovoti'il lila alti'Mlon'tn
tlie trwitmcntof priva'e dldcaim for SOycum, ll u crs
III ifi'lf, Imvinn attemk-d to a pr.ictlco fir an iimnv
yi'ars, and cured ao muny tlinuanmla, ho la eiial.lrd
to cure all ills-'Hsca of a piivHto nature, tin iwttiiT
bow b.id tlicy miiy be from InJ'idlctms mcdlcil tr.nt
iron, or from iiijalect of their own. I r. King'a
PlKHuiiry la No. 21 DendiTlclt street, between t'hur
ry and the S)inr", n-cniid atory, where herures all
d.anaa. aof a privnto nature.
(in iorrhooa curd without nau.coui medkluca or
Interf iience with bu-'lm-ss.
ftricturri of old or recent dnte elfNjtually cured in
a few dayi, by an operation lili h cuaii uo pain.
Where a strieture cxlsta beallh riinn'it be ennjoyed.
I'erfiaps no Ui.eaas causes nioro mlMiliiof and uuilor
mlues the coiiKtltutinn 11 nineli.
8yphllk, with all the diawito of the skin, growing
outorneleet or bad tioalmeiii, eau bo vll'i ctu illy
cured in a few diiya.
frmiual H'eakneu. I'articuWa ton Hon having been
given to th! dl.eaKO, and all the couferpit nro. grow
lug out of II, brought on In inn ny owes by tho do.
Kirui tive Imlilta of liicoriHlil-nitti yuilb., aiid exceKn
ive indulgence or the pauiuni, a neKbirt "f whlih
will un h rinine the cunKtitullun, ri'iidi-rmg tho aub
J.'ct uuftt for buiintaa or iwfoty, and causing prema
ture old age.
rem-Uea who Buy belaboring with any dlfDnilty of
lha Womb may rest assured of Immedi to relief.
Persons residing abroad, by writing and aUtlug
their ense, with a fee enclosed, direct to Dr. A. King,
No. 23 leadrlclc street, Naxhville, Tenn., will have
the necessary medicines Kent to their addrens. Olliea
hours from 9 o'clock la Um morning until B In thu
vonltig . 1 July 10 in dAwty.
SEEDS ISEEDS I !
WK8TKBN A O- K N O Y.
YHilNTED imiWX SEES)N,
, f (At I'hiludelphia prices,)
I' Otctr, Fitlil ond Gran Xtedi,
Fimt Trtti, Shad Trtei and ShruLberirt,
or ll.t. KINDS,
Farm Implementi and Maehxntry.
SEEDS BY MAIL:
Postage 1 Cent por ounce. aMP Hend your ordura.
F. A. KCIIUirX., Seedsman,
V. t4 r'jc iiiiorfl slreet, ii. r Prurl,
rsS-2iii CINCINNATI, II.
. . 7 ... Hon Stolen. i
IBOM In front of Mr. DASHET'S RFSTAt'R A NT,
1 oa C'ltr "treet, at about a o'clo'k P. M on Krl
day, a B"n lioree, ah Mil flfieeu till bull IminU
high, six yeuni oll, roHii nmutt iiud t ill, am ill, neat
bead, llttls dn-hsd, with an officer's caddie, ami a
liKht tnxlUli lealhcr rolled bridle.
Any un returning lh aams to ms, will be band
W. H. HAZKV.
Deo 31 Col. Couiiaaudlng lVtu Ui-t.'
- Wanted to Hire,
AUooil OOOIC. V.HIIJ1U, nO
Caqulre at this OUIe. 1 " ;
' a srr.EN'uiD ctttr horse, avd mo(;iNa
T coutpl. t". II i will bn Pv years eld a.it
i,.ui.g ; mores sph odi ily In tiHrin-aa or uinlnr lha
aaddie, and will ym a uiila la thrw Biinutes. I
Is ixrfo' tly g..ju iu be Sold f r 176, s.u,
wiw i tum nil real value
i ;-.y 10 luBr uoitotv a co ,
Dec2 tf , . I'ubllo Siuars.
NOTICE i ;
VNIU.M HA NIC OF TKNNEH-KK, 1
KttuviLLi, I'w. 2ad, lsui. '
t A N KLKTIOM rOH KLKVJCH DIUEt'TOItl,
f il la let. I... coming year, will bald at Ui
ituuklng Uuum, ou sluaual, Vm lin ujy ui jaau.rj
. COKK" Ciu.if.
J at. v hi ft R fc' r H
. fli una,
i rr ti
AMI . ,
BANK K It Si'"'
63 and 65, Heater Ft reft, and SO Exohaa
Ronnrr I.. MAiiijtan
Hay S, lHt2.
IIARVEY, COLLINS & BRACE,
WASHINGTON, D. 0. J
CHAULE II. QJLTXR, Agont
No. 38, Cherry Street, NasliTille, Toan.
fpilIS AOKNCT possenaos peculiar flioltltlcs f.T fti
X successful prosccutioa and aetilement of I.
mauds agnlnst the General Government of KVKRT
DKSf'BIPTION, Its conduclnrs having h:id aev.ra
years' experience In (he management of claim
for Congress, the Court of Claims, and the Eieon.
tlv Dcirtuicnts at Wafhliifctiiu, and bela thor
oughly aripmliiled stid f miliar with Ih. laws and '
regnlatlDiis govnrnlng their adjustment.
Particular attention will be given t tnaac analog
out of tka present wsr, ineludlng the aer.ounts of
States, Contractors, and 1'lslnirnliig OiMoers of th
War and Navy Ieartments, and for Collert '
Inc. Drilling, nd UrgniwAng VoU
II n tee r , the reimbursement of which la author
lited by an act af Coiigress; CLAIMS FOR 1NPKM
NITT roil PU1VATE I'llOrEKTY TAKEN T9B
POUl.IO Ui-E.S, OR FOR DAMAGES TO BDOH
PUOPKUTr, forUirses lost in the service, and fur
miliary Pay, l'cnulouk, nu Ilounty
S gtv special attention to procuring Pen
Inns, Bounties, etc., acerulug to Sold'er
who have been wounded, contract-ul wise, or tbs
familli of such as have died, or been killed whil la
the discharge of their llus of delr as Inch dnrlng th
present w ar
fjieclal care will also b given to claim which
have been heretofore Itejected or Ntispended
by Uie Departments or Inellclen fly Naniaarod
Prompt attention also given to the collection ef
Quartermaster's Kerelpta given for Prptty lakaa
lor the use cf tbs Army, to arranging Ac.uui.ia with
aud collecting Ileitis against ths gimrturmaaUtr' De.
All Claims placed In our hands receive onr Prompt
Personal Attention, thereby securing many
which, lu th hands of an Attorney at an dlscaat
point, frequently prove unsuccessful.
Aiiids from this deoldd advantage, eur dally Inter
course with all th rteparimcota enables as in mo
cases to obtain decisions much more speedily tha
where el communication and other Deoessar dotal)
must be conducted through th mails.
To this snd, wa solicit you to forward to ot aay or
all east of such character yon may from time la tim
bav presented, and, at 1 our custom, we will fur.
nish you with all th necessary blanks, aad, wVea)
required, Instractlon. '
No charge mads la any case unless snooeashd.
Address i , CHAW.F.8 n. OREKW,
Wo, Cherry r treet,
It EPEUEN V. il H I
Hon BiCBAto Wahaob.,,. Mayor of Washington
" B. B. Fasvcit,...,...'. Ccmmliisloner of Pnblls
Hinios J. Can. Frln, Pa.
" Thomas B VLoasnrK I'hiladelpbia, !.-
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" WtniAM Psvuiho tiovernorof Ohta.
" Jik-UH St. I.i'es 'hloagj, Illinois.
u C'Si" B. ibua: Wateriown. N. V.
dpt. W. W. rxmniiis Erie, Pa.
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Iohm I. Uavkm, lUa Auroia, lnd.
A. T. IIabvit, Ei. Nebraska, N. T.
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lion H. O. Uailbt Pern, K. T.
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r"HD, Jr New York.
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New York. '
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Jahrs 0. Ucit, Kw .,C oliiK'"n,iKy.
NivmA. Futon, Esq MaysvllU., Uf.
DOORS, SAKH and WINDOW OLARS,
For sal by WW. l.VON.
7ittB UJIICK 3.000 lo elrro, ir au
i- Ily KM. LVON.
DAMAGLU JLOL'R 80 ft.r rata
tfy Wsi. LYo.
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