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.TUESDAY MOKMNO, DEO. 23, 18G2.
We hT no military news this morn
1 Jc in tLig icinity. An immenge for.
.(I P-r went out on the CharlotU
i ' Dike Testerdar. bat twliova m.t itk
vThe Baltimore correspondent of (he
New York roil, says thai that sterling,
and living patriot, Got. Hicks, of Mary,
land, recently taid that "ho was now
convinced there never would be any peace
for this country until Slavery was abol-
ished throughout the land, and to this
end he aupported President Lincoln's
proclamation- anft piau of ooroponeated
emancipation heart and hand."
w Intelligent Unionists who are brought Mo., who has been confined in the Gra
face to face with slavery, that arch-ini.mrtiot prison, St. Louis, was released
of the Union, and observe the vitality
last adopting the opinion of the Mary-
land patriot. Day by day we hear of the
Scales of old prejudice on this subject,
tilling from the eyes of some sterlinir
!.? .'it ...... .
loyalists, who begins to feel that African
tu lv uuttuiu.
Rome New York editors are as careful
of their loyalty, as Sir Uudibhas was of
his wit; they. never exhibit it:
"A being loath to wear It ont '
Tbey then fir U-ar It bot about.''
- We certainly do not entertain a very
' Tfiigh opinion for the vigor and energy of
the Administration, but wa rtnnnl. ann.
press a nauseating sensation in the stom
ach, when we see the most imbecile and
stupid of the New York journals railing
at tho imbecility of the President.
The semi-loyal editors, who hate anti"
laveryism worse than they do rebellion,
are on tho high road to treason; and are
not a great distance irora the end of their
uonl lorgct the i urniture sale at Jab.
Morton's residence, this morning.
The editor of the N. Y. 7'ribune must
beoaeof the most credulous of mortals,
jfor be says that probably one story in fif
ty which is told of John Morgan has its
foundation in truth.
Tho weather for several days has been
nsluny and superb. . Multitudes stroll
b streets puffing their meerschaums'
and not unfrequently the beautiful faces
of the fairer sex dirersi
rsify the scene. Or
sings, we behold on
as Byron somewhere
"IHpm In tba liberal air,
Mixed with a iwectettt herd of sauntering htlltt "
The Greeks have elected Trinco Ah
b.rt for their King If the Trince will
render himself worthy f the chair of
lericles, he may find it office.
We have been favored with lain p
pers by our young friend, JonN T,
Some men tremble at the idea of doing
things without precedent. Men of sound
Sense and just principles make prece-
Air .i t. .. .
dents for others. If ft policy be right,
why leave it undone, because' it has not
been adopted before?
It is calculated that at least 700.000
hog. will be cut up in Chicago this sea-
urruujr nimcnu w r-pur in person
I.. j:...i..ii A,-'
at this office immediately on their arrival 7J
in this city, their business, period of
leave, ic. u sick tney will report by
letter. Ouico South Last corner of Church
J d Iliith streets. Kbn. Swift.
u ir o . w ,,. . n. , i
uuifccvu, j. u. huii.i director .
Mr. IIaruuuu will sell at auction, on
Wednesday morning at 11 o'clock, two
mavcry is me sheet-anchor or the ship of sell m spots not unlike those character
rebellion, and that if we cut its cable the ''De vrioIs, but much more suddenly,
shin will r..n,i 4 and the pestules are of a dark nurnl
horses and one saddle and bridle,
. " 'a
llOBKBECK & AsilllRIDUK No. 45 Union
have just received ft fine lot of soft
- lOOdoaen Buckskin Gauntlets, Bed
if lUankets, Cavalry Boots, &c-, ilc, to
I which the attention of tutlers and citi
I tens are directt-d.
Dec. 23.lt '
J)Kih,.ftt tb St. Cloud Uotel, on the
19th inst.,of typhoid fever, Mr. Charles
C. Lyman, aged about 30 yearn, a native
of Brantford, Canada Weft." i Mr. L. had
been a resident of our city for many
years jjsst, hie firat vocation on arrival
here being that of clerk in a'drng-store,'
then firat clerk in our roit-ofllce for a
long time; thea clerk at the City Hotel,
under Sam. Scott, and assistant at the
Heersbebs Spring! during the summer
months; and, lastly, elerk at the SU
Cloud Hold. Mr. I was a general fa
vorite with all bis acquaintances, being
affable, kind, courteous' and social, ho
never failed to win the good will and
esteem of all. ' His relatives will be
pleased to learn that in his illness he had
all the attention that a mother, father,
sister or brother could bestow, in the
person of Mr. S. J. CxnTKit, his estimable
lady, familyr and a hoit of devoted
friends. Mr. Ls remains will be for
warded to Canada in a few aays. '
Charles Cooper, au exceedtnlr flaneur.
ous character, trn
dJ.a ioc.f nd "turned to his
1 uomp. wnereat tia t,u... ..u 1
a lanre body anrl 1mm. L
A Plaque in Chicago. A. disease new
10 .modern times, but possessing many
.VI " l-.TL" . ".u lU0 of
"iitn-uio, una lateir rnaue it annear-
ance in Chirac. Thrf;..l I. !
I O-- w Mo.MOQ DUUnB 11,"
- R.,.. ... . J-.ii.
" vwaa LttDL'B ui uKiin imm inn
now disease occurred in Chicago last
...,. L. W't !. i . . .
uercvir n nas maae it appear
ance the efforts of physicians have been
unavailing. , .
Very l.ara-o Auction snle of lry
We will sell, this morning, a lrtr nnrl
desirable assortment of Dry-Goods.Boots,
Shoe, Hats, etc., etc. This sale will
continue' Tuesday and Wednesday, to
clear out Beveral lare-a rnnniimmon.
o - .B..u..u.a. .
D. P. SHIELDS & CO.
Opposite Sewaneo House.
.wee. Z 5-it.
li Room, with ltna.nl. in a nrlvnio f,i,,il
a oa-aiiiiraiAN AND WIFE. A finnr,
Km far from (be huoinraa r,et.. Be.t c'iiy r. t. i-
A,.,r,e., a.'i, , i-o , Na.hv.ne, Tenn.
. ROBERT MOORE & CO.,
r wN"MiNMNTd I) nirmil Tnmnrvi i.on
W FIUTHKklaii FRnilK K --.., i.
our beat auennon. . niaVii
Freights for New York. Pb.iladelr.hi a
WE ARB owion, wbaiw), cv
yy MoT advantaeiu termi than If Moelutei!
throuKn '" Cumberiana Rier. '
ET nuuiie & co i
mayU msnnMiTt num
W. H. MORGAN. D.D.S.
- BEM0Vf. HIH 0FKCB
11 lliurcli etreel, aionrl door Witt JL, Zc- '
o! uie n. iiouu Hotel, opposite tbe
Ut fUSUTS Mll
APTnw VATTarn n .
AtlON YOUNG, Proprietor,
(furKTjy, tf Kashvilh, Tmn.,)
Oth, bet. Main and Market Htm.,
AN EXTRA HEAVY SUTLERS' TENT,
V with a Kiy. Kiia ttXtH,
-,,,, to mobris btratton.
1c:l'f " Market atru
i ia vr.uan HIIEI.I,
M1 Hr.nTAUKANT IS ALWAYS
11 wllh all dclicaclei of tba eeuHon. all irf I,M,
lt'i1b ' rv)J "p 'u ,tyle w,"'ut urid
Fresh Oysters, Game, aul Fish,
received daily iibec? from tub east.
I alio keen conitamlv on hand a rood unrh...,i
of FANCY OBOCEKIti and t'ONr alTIoN KHI KS. I
... .11 j vu.onoer. mu oe Fit pii.u on ae ra.uien.li .
" """J u nai in tnu cny. 1 bank ful fi r
l"t lavorn, i win be pleased to tw my ln nd and
J. N. MIZE.
VANT TO PURCHASE
TEN THOUSAND DOLT.ATIS
tjt Bouinrn Money;
, . I
Of Tunnemm Iony,
' W. E. CIIILDS & CO.,
no. fti Ilfgo Street.
iaCTED DAILY by W. E. CHILD3 CO.,
: No. 1 2, CO 1.1 1 O K Bill I IT, I
TV qnit)Mon are fif TniU'4 f ttt Tr.
ury KoUmi, obin, Indiana, ao'l Kcntuck :
Fiank of TvnrM. ...... . 3 dla.
I'nlnn Bank 3 '
Planter' Bunk 3 m
MorcbanU' Hunk 8 "
Hiink of Ih I l.l'iu . ft
Traders' Il.ink 5
fwnk fOanmrr .M '
City Bank ... . ft
farmers' Bank ....26 "
Hank of Farm , IS -
Bank of Chattanooga m "
Hank of Mrmphli
Buck's IUnk ft
Riser Kmk 22
Commercial iHnk 50 "
Hmthern Bank , 40 '
ftink of NaHlivlilp... 10 m
Dank of Hlielby villa , ft
Oco'Bink , 40
Bk of lari!rMfu , fio "
Bank of Wrtt Trnneaie 80
luuik r JfHille Tenntasea ft '
Northern Bunk , u i
Oeorcla and South Carolina...... 28 da.
Ni.rlli Carolina and Virginia Itt "
DOl'IITFITIi WILD CAT.
Sorth-W'ntern Bunk of Giorgla 60
Hank of tho Kmpire S'aW, Georgia 75
Bank of Aihens, Ueorgia HO
Vulton Hank , (to
Bank of Whitfield
Timber-Cutlers' BHnk 80
Ilcfuae the Itinet of all llanka
The following Tennewiee Banks are broken, or
bavo bw.n wound up ; and their Notes, if any are
out, arc utterly worthleea:
- Agricultural Bank, at BrowiHTllle.
entnil Hank of Tennetw, at Niifhvlllo.
Farmei-H' and M'X hank.8' Bank, at Uemphli.
Meelianice' Hank, at Mempbla.
Memphii Saving Justitutlnn, at Memphis.
; Kxcliange Tank, at Murfreet-boro.
Miners' and Manuractup'n' Bank, at Knoxvillo.
Hank of Kant Tenuooaee, at Knoivillo.
Bank of Trenton, at Trenton.
Bank of Jnfioraon, at Pundriilge.
Bank of I'laiborne, at Tazewell.
' B:ink of Tazewell, at Tazewell,
Lawrenccbiirg Hank, at Lawrenocbnrg.
Citizens' Bank, at Memphn.
Baukol America", at Clarkavlllp.
Germans 1 Gebmans. Call at IIahde Si
43 cHegc street, and get the Cini
cinnati Dai,Jr VoVisbhlt.
dec 23-8 1
IE boss of Lrin. Get tho latest
news from the "Emerald Isle" via the
Irish American and Boston l'H4, received
weekly at 48 College street,
dec 23-3 1
Nashville, Tens., Dec. 17, 1802.
I n . . . -
UeTleral U,aer 0. 0.
T, ln cc0rdance with instructions from
irin uurin iicaurjuariers, ic is nereby
announced that hereafter, in all cases
where private quarters or warehouses aro
required for public use, the assignment
must be made by the Post Quartermaster
having those duties in charge, who will
notify tho owner of the property
i tue necessity oi laKing sucli quar
ters or buildings, by , written order,
which shall particularly describo tho
Any officer or other person takinar pos-
th s c i v or .hrha i I . -m ? W
? BUDUrOS Without Written ail
thority from such Quartermaster, will
be severely dealt with.
1 - .1 r
By order of
Brig. Gen. EOBT. B. MITCHELL,
Captain and A. A. G. lw
Headquarters Post, .
Nashville, Tennessee, Dec. 20, 1802.
Qtvtral Order, Ko. 7.
Colonel JonN A. Martin, of the 8th"
Kansas Volunteers, is hereby appointed
iurui oi xxasnvuie, ana will
be obeyed and respected accordingly.
By order of Brig. Gen. R. B. Mitchell.
JNO. PRATJ, Capt. and A. A.G.
dec21 lw. ...
KXTKXSIVE Ft UMTliriC SUB.
I will sell, on Tuesday next, Dec. 23,
1802, at the residence of Mr. James Mor
ton, on Summer street, South Nashville,
doors south of Mulberry, a splendid
assortment of Household and Kitchen
Furniture., This furniture has been used
but a short time.
The Tartar Furniture is elegant. Re
member the Super Super Rosewood Piano
Also fine family horse and a two or
four seat new slide Buggy and harness.
See Handbills. ...
Sale at 10 o'clock.
W. L. ALEXANDER
Dec 20 3t.
Habde A; Co. has received a new lot of
Norveletts, Norvels and Song Books for
citizens and le trade. Don't forget 48
Victor' lhWu Les Miserablcs, comJ
p,et0 kl Co., 48 College
Small Change. No one need com-
plain of the want of small change now.
W. J. Makr, corner of College and Union
streets, has received another supply of
Postal currency, which is the most con
venient change in circulation.
laroaatanry Dafeidedi a Tale
tiacleir lo on Chiplrr.
Twa faihioaall ladlwa, wK) war theo(cht,r
Kr niamo'l daniea, ueh gay. r thaa tl.,.y oncht,
i Had lon bn frwnda, and u attadiad at heart
TI1.1t th' j iii'leod rn te.dom e.'n apart.
At lantfth It chanciM, by aome Imnra.ltnt art
Krom ahliJi npl(,liin Kunm. d a naiiRlity tact
n ram to nrlef; lor t.nay lu-andal rung ,
, The cruel rumor with relcntlru ton (tin-.
Iter late companion (with her rn-nihlp' proof')
, Jl-iarloif lt' li, Uiurreclly kept aloof i ,...
I'ntil, by rhnnre--a oilier ieople Dic t "
tn day th7 ciune totreiher la lb etreet.
When Ibm tli angry ilnnie exprnu'd bcr mind
1 T Ibia the tre.iment I had hoped to Slid?
. Is tliii tile way ungrateful ! yua defend
The Injnred hnitor of your deareat frii nd ?"
N.iy," lul d th oilier. "lam truly ad
Unt then, my dear, rt'tloct I what twihl I do t
Aurra'C caa.'acYrr rwnh fur loo!"
m jonr aioount t re illy u.m 1
We are indebted to Mr. W. H. Nti.gojf,
for a copy of tho Cuxllanoryu IieMot
late date, and also for an extra from the
Calan &riTTSFitLD has received an
other lot of OjBters and other good
things, at their establishment No. 15
Commander Warden, whose services in
the Monitor have lee bo highly appre
ciated by his country, will sail from
New York next week, as commander of
tho Ericsson battery Montauk, a better
ship than the Monitor.
A Spaniard, whenever ho eats a peach
or a pear, makes a hole in the ground
and plants the seed; thus by all the
waysides iu Spain there are fruit trees of
the product of which the traveller mav
freely partake. Thera is a beautiful un-
selUsbness about this that is worthy of
ew states. It is announced that
four of the seven territories will make
application for admission Into the Union
as States at this session of Conereus.
Which territories aro referred to is not
stated ; probably Utah, Uacotab, Nevada,
SsLF-ScsTAiNiNa. The Navv Denart-
rnent is very nearly a self-supporting
branch of the Government. It is said
to have realized from seizures, during
the past year, about forty millions of
ooiiars, whilst its expenditures are 5M1.
fK) firm '
Bishop Purcell (R. C.) of Cincinnati,
recently preached ft sermon against
-ineaircs, in whicn he alluded to Ad-
Jsaacs-Menken-lleenan-Newell as " the
wife of six husbands." This sermon of
tnelJishop is the cause of much excite
ment m Cincinnati.
BOOTS & SHOES.
F H. FRENCH,
NO. 21, I'UIILIC Mtl AH
l , JUr JtKC EIVE D A LA RUB AND
ppieniim (un it or
CMf, Kl I. c;.l, ;iove Kill, and Laaling
BOOTS. BALMOU.AT.S. n ATTfuc
' 1 w
Comprising everything d.lrable for tb eeason, and
of the beit work and atyl.
B.'oots, Shoes, & Balmorals,
W ALL KS0!!II'T!0N9.
Or EVEBY MC8CBIIT10M,
All of which lit U Hold at the Iowel market prief
iiao. oi in
E UNION STREET. QK
A flne aMortmeut of I.A DIBS' FANCY
Which U told on the moat rwjuublo lennii. i
P. -J. KAUFMAN.
Masbth-LO, Devamher Ulii. 1882.
C1IT1ZKN3 AKE HEREBY NOTIFIED THAT
' Sec. 11 of an Acteiilllled "Am Ari i .. , .
I HA wwmIm. . . i . . - r '
rut Smknll,," win u, rixblly ulorc.. titd
I !1 ,u'"wing wurOH, to wit :
rr.c. 11. That tf any irm or i.rinm .bull flr.
any gun or in.t.,1, tbmw, or tire any siiulb.
roiket craiker. or other couilMi.ui.ie. r..,i.:
tbm tbk limit r tbe corimratlon, every iu, imT.
u, fr every such clln.ee. ah. II ii r,..,i .,i . i..
sum of Ave dollars; and II a tilave, be, sbu or tbey.
i-l.all receive not le-s than five, n..r more limn t.n
ly laabea: If auv lar.iii or nr .I..II .......
f .ctnre. give away, i .1 In, or have iu hi. p.M,iun
.Me lire works with In tb iimii. of tl. corporation T
rr.URer, IKIW.lef, or oilier comlin..
. ........ ,.,r ,e piir oi uivKing of
of di-K.. ng of tb. ..m. I A
allien, or M..vee, every .urli wr.n, fi-relery ih h
rtirnie, slisil li.rfelt and pay Id in in of laeulv d.l-
JNO. HI CU HUITII, J.-v
Li. II. S T N
i . ,.' ) 7 -V .;.! J ,
' V.BOOKSELLBR, :
STATiQHEll :nriD PEniOBIGALBEALEn.
. . , SEWANEE HOUSE, COLLEGE STUEET,
New York, Cincinnati Louisville, St. Louis,' Chicago,
ANt OTHER PtACKS, ' '
Mill' I ill
Illustrated Papers and Magazines.
Cor. College and ( nion 8t.
T.n.Ii0AU'KRY 13 ()PKN fAILT FROM T
A.M. to 5, P.M., where Pioturei pf tho mue
I m'nent men may be aeon.
HSnJJ.9.'.. I,TJEKTrP. VIGNETTED
..... ...... , n re nill(,e U tl
tyle of perfection. . 8 1
Gallnry whnra .11 pictured male aro war, anted u
" ... , 1 uo "Tt w't be made.
Dr. King's Dispensary
roil PIUVATE DISUAMEN.
I.MT.., ur in..n ni.Kifci or their own. Jr. KdiL' tj
ryantl the tki.wrp. ttfHid -ta.r,. U ull "T"
(ll..l,.,if a ..." ""VUIW III
itonorriifiiA nr.t.i ,itu.,.. . .. .
. . ... H y, k i- uaiiir.
Diiui'i. constitution ao murh.
y)liilb', with all the lllaeu.e. nf n
outof n-rleet or bad treatment, can be ell-ctually
wmiaoi ufrn,.rarticaIara'tcntlonhaviDf beeo
f . . dl9,i'"1'l Hi conmj.iUenctrow
- - ... 'iu.iun rata youina, an I exeen-
Ivo indulge or the p.iH, . neabit of which
will undermine the cnsliiuii.m
roold Me' bU"U " ,0t"',': -" Vre.:
the Womh n,., ri umZ'A P 1. I"' Ul" 1 "''J
vriii urn w uo mav D a mr no anth a- ,11 m..i. .
j rm,,, iiuiiiru m tr
. q., .. . . . . " I 10 IT. A. 1V1IIK,
No. 2Jleadfriclc street, Naehvllle, Tenn., will have
I " DMr'"arJ' mediciueii sent to their addnwa. Office
H"""" rutiuta m tue inonilnj nnill 9 in thj
IJUly lou dAwly.
1VIIUMiTCD 6ARDERT SEEDS,
(At I Mlad.ljilila prlcei,)
F over. Field and (,'rast fir,,!.
Frwt Trttt, Shade Tree and Shrvbberiet,
Of ALL KIND1,
Farm Implement and Machinery.
SEEDS BY MAIL:
I'oMage I Cent per ounce. lUT-Hend your orden
I'. A. KCIIWII,!,, keediman,
iwto . V"' ' .T0i'nw,s mar Pearl,
n3-2"1 CiJit'IKNATl, (i. '
PPLESDID OBEY HuRSK, AND KIOIJINO
wu.i-.uv.. 11a win ba ay. ear. . ,,.
i; louvea H.en.llJI in hn, ... i... ...
ddla,and will ra , He 11, three nilnnie.. II,
iM P llw tlf (MU w. La .1.1.1 fur IT-. ...I. .
1 Iiom fft. kIA. III. .1 u. I... 1
A'iljr to IUBI MOIIflAV CO ,
- i ..i.e.
US'IOH BANK OF TEXWirtTE
ft ash VILLI, Deo. 2ud, 1H0K.
AN ELECTION FOE ELK V EN DIHKUTOHS,
ta serve tb eonilna v.r. alll 1.. I,.l.i ...!
Kinking Hmi, on Hniiu, the itb d.v UJ.
To all tho PllUtarr Uepartmenta lo
Ibo nialrlctof tb Ohio,
O" A VI) AFTER TITKlHt DAY OF JULY llflj,
will ouea an oHJo at tb ft. Cloud Hotel In Naab.
VII lee, Tonne, and ooeeatl. n street. mn.u
or beef In lliis departmeLt, e r three month fnui
July ltlhJ. I flAKI.KH Kili.M, Jr..
iu"nii iioii iuuVills. nr.. lor oikii:..
ur Contractor lor the ll.irlc t of Oiil
M. IJ. II In bi t jlarket uric bald lor aood imiLU
BON 22J OOt) lb. a.orl.l P-r.
Mia la and VVQt.a. K ITTLfB ,
KALT 1UU Burre'i,
rvr aal by MM. LYO.V,
41 Idiukst rtt.
.Trirj1 ,KIN.0' '""".'r!y of New York, for
eyAi'.i I,u,t yr of Lonuviile, Ky..
. ho ilevotl Inn attention in
tli. treHtninnt of ,,r,v..e .li,.,. fr yearK, t .
hi iianll, bavl,,,, attended to a practice for io,,!
KOM.iindciirod ao many tboii.and., I.u ! en.hlefl
o cure all ,ll,, i a ,,rva, ' no
bow bad they limy be from inin.liel,...u n. ,1V".
Mri. tiiree of old or recent date eflectmilly cured In
a few dayH, bjr an operation whlcb canaej no pal ,.
Where a eti ctnre exlsu UoaltU rannot l, ennjoyed
l'erbapsno diaeaae caum-a i.,r,. mi., i.i.. .I. ',. '
fr.T-, V. TO "NT
it ' '
V ft 0 l
ik. a, rnrtpii
JO. K. OANT.
IKAiO H. CALawSkL.
Phelps, Caldwell & Co.
Corner Main and Tenth Streets,
IIARVEF, COLLINS & BHACE,
WASIITNOTON, I). 0.'
CHARLES H. QUEEN, Agent
No. 33, Cherry Street, Nashville, Tenn.
TITI9 AOTNCY pomenne ieei,lUr fiicllltlea ft,r tba
aurceenliil proeecntion and mIi lenient of l"
mund siraln.t the General Oovernmetit of EVKBT
DESCItirTION, III conductor. bv,ng had lever
years' experience In the maniifremeut of claiina
foreCongre, the Court of Clnlma, and the Iiecu.
live Hirtiiienti at Wafhli.ton, ami being thor
oiiKhly acquainted and f .miliar with, thu laaa au
reKiilatlons gOTeriiiim tbelr adjustment.
Particular attention .ill be plven to cae ari.l,B
ont of tlie prtwent war, lheliidii,K tU account tf
Stated, Contractors, and Ii!mrliig OHiceri ef tb
War and N'htjt Prpartiiienta, and for Collect
Intr, Hrllllnir, and rKttiilxlnr Vol.
nnlfor," the reinibnrKement of which l.aatbor
Ized by an act af Cour.).; CLAIM FOK 1NDEM
NITY FOB PKIVATE PIlOI'EltTY TAKEN FOB
pcblio usks, oa you damages to snon
rBOPEKTY.forlUnea lo.t In the aervlce. and for
n littery Vuj, IViialon, itn, lioantv
We glTe ij,eela attention to nroeuriur '..
alciiia, Houittles, etc., accruing to Boldler,
who have been wounded, contract ,d eaae, or tba
Jamllie of auch ae have died, or bttu killed wbn to
tbe diMdiarg, of their line of Urt at eiub during th
Siwcial care will alao ba given to cl.lm. .wuh
have been heretofore Itcjected or Suapended
by the IVj.a rt inouli or I u e lie li n 1 1 y JI aUtt(,,k
irompt auction al.o given to the cUle. tl. .t
Quarteriaa.ter'g RecclpU given for I"rojrty Uken
lor the nee of the Army, to arranging Account with
and collecting Clalmi agalnet the Quartermoater'a D,
All Claims placed In our band reoeiv on. P,-.
Fraonal Attention, thereby seeming mty
which, In the bands of an Attorney at an .tun..
point, freiiiiently prove unsuccessful.
Anlde from this decided advantage, our datl Ini.
course with all the Depart men ts enables oa In a..
cases to obtain decision juucb mora sedily tBa
wU.D .i communication and other necesaary data
mntt be conducted throngb th mills.
To this and, wa solicit yon to forward to u. ... M
all eases of such character yoq nay from time to time
have presented, and, as la our custom, we will for.
Isb yon with all th necessary blanks, anal
No charge mad In any Case on leu succasafnl.
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