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LOCAL; AND COMMERCIAL
" WAITEDt
At thin office, one or two 1'rintcr, to
whom regular employment will bo given.
Sine but stead and competent onei nted
applf.' Mrcri27
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'I ha Weekly ( nlon. .
' Tliu aecond number of our mammoth
VVtfk'y will be printed farly nxt Mon
day morning. Hpcclal telegraphic dis
plcUa are received for our Weekly,
every Sunday night. II contaiu thirty
two columns of reading matter, com
priaiug the latest news from the Beat of
war and the latest local and foreign in;
telligence, betide" a variety of other in
tereating; new. Terma only 2 per
annum. Send in your names. Our
eastern etchanges will please mention
that we have resumed the publication of
the Weekly Union.
IEaimioad Accident. The freight
train coming from Louisville to this
place, met with a scriinis accident yes
terday evening, near Pilot Knob, twenty
one mile from Nashville. Wo were not
able to learn the cause of the accident.
Ten cara were thrown off the track and
smashed up, and one man was killed.
Tbo passenger train, wkich was coming
vbebind tho freight train, was unable to
gel by tho wrecked cars. A train was
sent up from here last night for the scene
of the m'ahap and returned with the pas
sengers about eleven o'clock.
TuBATftK. We were not in attendance
at Mr. Tostku's benefit last night, and so,
of courte, we cannot speak of the per
formance, but we hope the house was
crowded. The hnli'iim of our theatre
owe Mr. Fostkr many moments of en
joyment, lie has always sustained the
characters allotted to him with credit to
himself and pleasure to the audience,
The bill for to-night is made up of
'The Kake's Progress" and "All the
World's a Stage."
1 Fink Tobacco. Mr. Mau.v, of the
linn of Mauzv, Wilson &, Co., corner of
Deadetlek and Cherry streets, now has
on band some of the best tobacco ever
broucht to this market. Mr. Mauxv is
an old and successful dealer in tobacco,
and his judgment in regard to anything
appertaining to tho " weed," is always
correct. . If you want splendid tobacco
or cigars, go to Mauzy'h. la is a clever
and liberal gentleman, and will "do what
is right." '
Thk City. Yesterday morning opened
cloudy ; the aun made several ineiTecual
attempts to break through the clouds,
but Anally he gave it up as a bad job, and
at noon rain commenced falling, and Con
tinued to fall up to tho present writing.
Our authorities are still engiged in
cleaning up the streets, and we hope to
aee our city soon present a neat and
clean appearance.
A Convenience. Our readers will be
pleased to learn that Mr. Isadouk Oannk,
of Bulot'i Confectionery and Bakery,
has fitted up a nice Inker's Wagon, and
will supply families with bread at their
own doors, in rain and sunshine. Go to
IIulot'b Bakery, get your tickets, and
Isadobe will deliver you biv.id, at your
Anor, for nothing.
(Jo toOdd Follow' Hall to-ni-ht to ace
the Minsli-els. Good dancing and pretty
siDglng In profusion. Diu.y Swkatnam,
La Belle Lolisk, and Cnr.i.is CosirLL
will be there to greet you..
Cumberland river is rising at this
point, with about nine feet scant on the
shoals. The recent rains will, it is
thought, bring it still higher.
We are indebted to our friend Mr. Wm
Col.i.itB, for repealed favors in the way
of late newspapers. lie always keeps
an excellent stock.
The bankers of Louisville have reduced
their rates of premium upon the notes of
tho Kentucky banks to 3a 1 per cent.,
while Indiana cuireucy is purchased at
2 'a3 per cent, premium. '
UKUSI. l.KADKKM 1'llKPAItlNtl roR 1'l.lullT.
The Government has information that
Wading rebels, including men as promi
nent in the Government as Ji daii 1". Ben
jamin, are converting their available
property into foreign exchange.
, i i
J AUK 1'KNKOTKH Mill IH'1,11 l.t'.ONARn,
tQ young men formerly connected with
the Louisville and Frankfort and Frank
fort and Lexington llavlroad, are en
gtged as conductors on the llailroad be
tween TuUaliJiua and Chattanooga.
Thirteen hogsheads of manufacturing
leaf tobacco were sold at the Boone
Warehouse iu Louisville, on Weduesday
at the handsome average of $25 per bun
dred pounds.
John McLure, Jr., has been appoluted
Ueneral Superintendent of Cioverniuent
boats on the Cumberland river. All the
officers on thi river are to co-operato with
hint.
There it no longer any doubt of Sec
rotary Cliie's brilliant success in pro
viding for all the present exigencies of
'he Treasury..
- Poticf PawEiEMttiS. BefoRII BkB
DEn Shane. The Court was well attend
ed yesterday, and eome o the ',fcullered
far sex," were there in all their "pride
of place."
Several negro Jiiokaion wcri Bp, charg
A with running their backs without ti-
cense. 1 he boys scomea to be nonesuy
laboring under some misapprehension in
regard to the matter, and the warrants
were withdrawn.
Geo. Brown, a dilapidated specimeuof
humanity, was charged with having been
drunk and indecently exposing bis per
son. Ho acknowledged that be was
drunk. The Recorder imposed fine on
him of two dollars and coals.
John Cowley is a drayman, with a na
tive fondness for whixky. He got drunk,
anchored his dray in the middle of the
street, and and stretched himself out on
it to take sunning. lie fell aaleep In
this fix, and was aroused from his sleep
of innocence by a policeman, who took
charge of him. Ho honestty admitted
the truth of the charge, and was fined
three three dollars and costs. I ): ) 1
Steve Barker, for being drunk, was
fined three dollars and costs.
Pat. Dennis drank too much " bust-
head," become fighting mad, got into a
wee bit of a muss and had a chair shiv
ered over his head. This little enjoy
ment cost Pat. b fine of three dollars and
trimmings. f , ;
' Andrew Jackson Watkins, 'a negro
man, got involved in a difficulty with
Susan. Two fat and greasy negro wo
men and two colored boys, of a decided
African cast of countenance, were wit
nesses in this case. Tho aforesaid wit
nesses were extremely polite, calling
each other ubdit's" and "ganthrhen," with
b awcetnns that - would win the admira
tion iof 1I readers of Chesterfield.
Andrew said that Susan "spit" in his
eye, and be returned this act of courtesy
by spitting in Susan's face. ' Susan said
Andrew started the fuss by calling her
B "slim rabbit," and spitting all over
her. Andrew said he " spit In the lady's
face twice, but the first time lie missed
her." Slicks and axes were also brought
into requisition ; the lady receiving a lick
on the head from a stick in the gentle
man's hands. The Recorder recognized
in Andrew '.Jackson Watkins an old of
fender auinol the peace and dignity of
our city, and fined the aforesaid gentle
man of African descent ten dollars and
costs, in default of . which Androw Jack
son Watkins will be accommodated with
quarters in the hospitable mansion of
Dr. Doni), for a period of twenty days, i
Aleck McCall, for tippling, was fined
five dollars and costs. Toe Recorder was
thus lenient because it was trie gentle
man s llrst appearance ueioie nis court
Mr. Felix Carter was up for fighting.
It was proven that he acted entirely on
the defensive, and, accordingly, he was
acquitted. I
Several other -cases of minor impor
tance were disposed of, and the court
adjourned.
( Auotion Sale.
We will sell at Auction this morning,
commencing at 10 o'clock, furniture and
groceries, consisting in . part of sugar,
cheese, green and black teas, pepper, spi
ces, soap, candles, starch, and indigo;
also a large consignment of queenswan;.
B. F. Bui elds &, Co.,
Auction Booms opposite Sewanoe
Hotel. ... i March 2-lt.
1
Inducement to Sutlers-
We beg leave to call the attention of
Sutlers and Dealers generally, to tho
fresh supplies we are receiving tlailj,
consisting of all brands of chewing and
smoking tobacco, a large assortment of
pipes, canned fruits, sardines, oysters,
dates, figs, nuts, raisins, pickles, sausage,
cajidies, etc. Also, a large variety of
commcrical, note, and loiter paper, en
velopes, pencils, gold and steel pens, port
folios, pocket account books, inkblac-
ing, etc. Silk and cotton handkerchiefs,
suspenders, neck ties, combs, hair, tooih
and blacking brushes, pocket books sad
wallets, umbrellas, gum overcoats, blank
ets, haversacks, valises, pocket knives,
bliiits of all descriptions, hats, shoes,
boots, towelling, . domestics, calicoes,
jeans, kerseys, osnaburgs, aud a full
stork of notions. Also, groceries and all
kinds of wiues and bitters, which we
offer for sale at the lowest market rates, at
wholesale. A. & M. Landshero & Co ,
Comer of Market st., and Publio Square.
march 8 ly. ; i
' m I
Dry Cudi llala, tloole, NUoea, Etc
Uor.NUKta A Asiiuiudoe, A') College
street, keep constantly on band a large
assortment of Siaplti and Fancy Dry
Goods, Negro Goods, Soft lists, eto. Also,
Ladies, Hisses aud Children's fine Shoes,
Men, Hoys and Youths fine Pools, Shoes,
llrogans, etc,, etc. Quick sales and small
profits is our motto.
llollh'RKClv & AkIIIiKHjOU,
iuarch-7-lni. A'J College street.
Km. 03 Public Bquavre.
We have in store a small lot of dried
apples and peaches j also, a large stock
of sutlers goods and notions ; fine cut,
rosebud, and sunny. side chewing to
bacco; Excelsior, Washington, and mild
Ashhnd smoking do; Kentucky, Mia
souri, aud irginia do, in huts and cad
dies, all of which we offer at reduced
rates to sutlers and dealers generally.
Haksey, IIu-ohm A Co.
8d door from . L. Cor. Pub. Sqnar.
March l'.)-tf. IHipatch i'opy.
Ladies rud gentltiuen will liud it to
their iuterest to call at M. Mohuaksikun's,
No. 10 Union street, for good bargains
in Hoots aud Shoes, of every description
which he ofl' ri to sell low for cash. Cu..
turn tiiiide woik always en band.
M. Mt'ROANS I KllN,
No. 10 I'nicns'rect.
march. 23 2w.
We are Indebted lo Leosabd Scott .t
Co.;SYr. York, 'for BlaVL wood's Magi,
line, the "Wcslmiflialer andlCorth British
Eeviews. These periodicals continue to
hold the front rank of all the Raviewt
published in Great Britain or America,
and treat of politics, literature, art and
srietie, with eminent ahjlii. ' gee ad
vertisement, t i I J J f i W F- : '! .
Blackwood'i Mas-azine and tho
British Review.
1.
Tha London Quarterly (Conserratlye.)
2.
The Edinburg EeTiew (Whig).
'' " ' ' '"'"3.' ' ' 1
The North British Heyiew (Free
A.
The Westminister Review (Liberal),
, ... ... 5i..-"
Blackwood's Edinburg
''Tfl'V.'.: T (Tory.) ;
Magazine
' " TERMS. ' '
Per ann.
For any oue of tb four Reviews, $3 00
For any two of the four Reviews, 5 00
For any three of the four lteviews, 7 00
For all four of the Reviews, j t j 6 00
For Blackwood's Magazine, 3 00
For Blackwood and one Review, 5 00
For Blackwood and two Reviews, ; 7 00
For Blackwood and three Reviews, : 9 00
For Blackwood and the four Re
views, - - - 10 00
These will be our prices to all who pay
prior to the 1st of April. To those who
defer paying till after that time, the
prices will be increased to- such extent
as the increased cost of Reprint may de
mand therefore,
SEND IN TOtlt OIlLKns AND 8A Vi VOUtt MONEY.
LF.OXARI) SCOTT & CO., Publishers, .
l
No. 33 Walker Street, N. Y-
Collon Iu the Tallahatcbla Iteglou.
A c6rrespondent of the Chicago 2im
gives some interesting particulars res
pecting the Yazoo Pass expedition,' with
a description of tho country bordering
on tho Tallahatchie river : : ; t j f )"
This river leads through the most pro
ductive and fcrtilo region of the Stato of
Mississippi. . Its banks are. lined with
well-cultivated plantations, on which
cotton grows in abundance. The ave
rage annual yield cf this staple on tho
lands watered by the Tallahatchie is not
less than seventy-five thousand bales,
(which at present rates ia worth thirty
millions of dollars) -
The country now abounds in cotton,
hardly any having been burnt or sold,
A" certain Parson Hatch, whose neigh
bors say he was the first and most ultra
secessionist in the country, had about
two hundred and fifty bales hid away in
a piece cf thick woods near the river,
bank. We were wanting some cotton
just then, and so mad free with this
pile, which laid so handy. The Parson
begged most piteously to be dealt with
mildly. ' lie assorted that a few months
ago lieneral Jlovcy visited his place.
while on his march to Grenada, and his
soldiers destroyed about $20,000 worth
of property for him. "It was too bad, ha
said, to piclt oot one man tt be, so bard
upon;'. 'If we could only go about.aii
miles down the river we would come to
a plantation where there was about four
hundred bales to be had. The Parson
was very ready to tell on his neighbors,
and very anxious to be spared himself.
We did spare him after taking about one
hundred bales, which was all wo neoded
at the Mime. Other boats of-the fleet
finished his pile. '
The Washington Chronicle has the fol
lowing excellent paragraph :
The Louisville Journal comes to the
rescue of Hon.' J. A. Cravens, who was
o - unceremoniously ' thrust out of the
Union Convention in Louisville tho other
day. It says that Mr. Cravens "has
never been an aou-war Democrat, but has
ever been in favor of the most vigorous
prosecution of the war." Ho is only op
posed to radicalism. Some people in the
Convention who heard Mr. Cravens, it
seams, got a idifierejtt impression. I The
Journal regrets that he was not allowed
to proceed with bis speech, because had
he done ao bo would have satisfied all
that he was a good Union man. Som
men who make loud professions of at
tachment to the Union have such a p
culiar way of showing it that plain un
sophisticated people find it very difficult
to see just where their attachment to tha
Union lies. Mr. .Cravens, probably, is
one of this Sort, and 'hence the mass of
the true Union men in the Kentucky
uonveuiion could not understand him
The Journal understood him, and so did
Mr. WicklilTe. Thin may be accounted
for upon the ground that they form their
opinion ox what constiluWs true Union
ism upon very different principles front
those entertained by the people. A man
who goes for the Union with declarations
of its and buts may well be doubted, and
this was probably what mislead the
people But the Journal report tha
Cravens waa not allowed toexplain
Doe an unconditional Union1 man ever
have to explain ?
Ilkii'ijrARricN Iiki-htwi to nir (Yuaiii Aii.'
. . Ihar-Kflidt tiaxtJUfc'H Orrn-K,
Mi m HKHta'iao, Mnrch Silu 18i.:'.. )
t lUCCLAB.
.Lach Corps Inspector will report to this
office at once, ; '
I. The names of all authorized But
lers in llegiments aud Latteries in his
Corps-by whona aulhoriiedj ' also.
whether any other than authorised per
sons are allowed to stittle within bis
limits.
II. Whether Councils of Administra
tiou are had as required by Art. XXHI,
lievised Army Legulatiooe, and if so
whether suih Cooqcil has determined
what articles shall be sold, and fixe
their prices. List of articles and prices
to accompany; each Report. -
111. What taxes, if any, have been as
sesed upon Sutlers, and what disposition
has been made, in each case, of the sums
raid.
liy command of Mj -Gen. Kose crash.
JAS. C. McKlUlilN,
. Colonel and A. A. I. General.
March27-Jw.
Lrt b. DlMN .S. lo. par the bit heat
btkt-s fur Vouehers and Goveinmu
Claims. Ci!l and ie them before sell
ing, at No. - Uniou atreet.
March :-:f.
MIDNIGHT DESPATCHES.
' CircntSAii, March 27. The ' Rabcl
forces ia Kentucky are believed to he
about six thousand, under regram. .
Telegrams in late Rebel papers indicate
that b large army under Longstreet, is
pushing into Kentucky.
New YonK, March, 27. The British
Steamer Nicholas, with a cargo of powder
and rifles, was captnred off Wilmington,
on the 1st Inst., by Steamer Victoria.
Portland, Me , March 27. Thealea
mer Bohemian from Liverpool has ar
rived, Cotton advanced one half on
week. The privateer Alabama has spoken
and reported having destroyed thirty
four American vessels. .
New YonK, March 27.Coton dull at
CO 2-3. Gold 40 M.
; LomaviLLK, March 27. Nothing new
respecting the rebel force in Kentucky.
All quiet from here to Mt. Sterling.
' IllUtlt'lltTFU I xiTBO tfTATM FoKCH, 1
Niahviliji, March 1SC:1.
Orders. '
t All private freight arriving at this post
by the Lonisville and Nashvide railroad,
or by Government boat, other than the
personal baggage of passengers, and the
contents of one car each day, allowed to
the Adams Express Company, will after
this date be seized and confiscated.
By order of
Brlg.-Gen. Rodbrt B. MitchkLL, 1
Commanding.
John Pbatt, A. A. G. moh24-J.w .
COaKKCTED DAILY by LEB S. DTJNK CO.,
NO. X ft UNION BTBKIT.
i Thie quotations an fir United States' Traaa-
xnj NutM, Ohio, luiiiaaa, and Kentucky I
Bank of Tooaeanoa par.
Union Bauk -
lantnra' Bank
Merchant' Bank , & dia.
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6
40
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10
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10
10
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16
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50
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tnnoitna union ,
Tradera' Bank,
Hank of Cotmnuroa. . , , ,
Our Uank
arm' Bank .- ,
Bank of Parla
Bank of Chattanooga
Hank nt McmiihU
Buok'a Baok
KlverHank ,
Commercial Bank...
Southern Bank
Bank of ai ullln
Bank of ftliolby villa
Coot Bank
Bank of )andrllir
Bauk of Woat Tenni'M.w
Hi) ik ! MMrila Tenncaioa....
Northern Bank
OeorKLi anil titmth Carollua..
North Carolina and Virginia .
A'.uttama ,
Imisiait , ,
BrtVlrff.
floi.t vno
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DOUBTFUL. WILD C'AT.
North-Wfutorn Bank of fcwnla ftf Sla
Uank of tho Empire fltale, Ovirf l ...... .. "
Bank of Athens, Jirgla f '
ru'ton imiih ov
Bink of WhltSelrt .
Tlinber-Cuitr Bank 80 -
Ueluae the Imuc of all Hank a
menttoited below.
Ttie followinc Tnne.xar Bauka ara broken, or
have huen wound np ; aud their NoK , It an; art
out, an aiterly wortnioan:
Adrt. ttltnral Bank, at Brownavllle.
iantral ttank of TennoMMoa, at NaHhYlUo.
Karmera' and Mer.hanlr Bank, at Momihla.
Mechanlna' Bank, at Muiihw.
Memphta Saving Institution, at Meaiuhla.
KioliaiiKa Bank, at Murfn-wooro.
- Minora' and Mannfaotnren Bank, at Knnxrllla.
Bank or IUt TenuMnea, at aaoxvhl.
. Bank of Trenton, a Trenton. -- - -
Bank of .lelleraon, at landrilre
i Bank, of Claiborne, at TawwvlL
, Ifcutk of TaMwell, at Taaevelt.
Luwronroburg atauk,at Lawreccaburg.
OUIxnn' Rank, at Memnhia.
Btnk ol America, at UarktvIU.
Etoliatig Bank, Georgia.
aoaitiero Bank, Georgia
ATTENTION
TENNESSEANS!
IriAVK ItECinVKD i'ERMI.'-'SI -N' BY SPECIAL
ordi r from Mui. (unrr il Kuii.i-in.r, tn raise and
orKaniie a
HATTKKY
LIGHT ARTILLERY!
To he auluneil to duty with the Tennee Itrin.U
I wii.li to rfvrull a number of atnut, ahla bodied
nion, Tnnnasarana, at rRIVlC-8, OLN.NKR,
SMITIiy, UI'(JI,r.B.-, SAUDI. KKH, Ac, to wboul will
he paid all the Ooverninvut Dvunllei allowed under
recent utrUoruunffreKi., , ,
Thit hrancb of the ewvlor oilers rreat Indnoa-
menti. ' No inarchinr, no Tiolet or Ouard duty to
perform, aud treuaportation, aoperior to lulautry or
cavalry. - Jeraoua woo nave trieaoatu tna leaneaaea
reglmenta can ua with llien hyanilMiug In a Ira
U?r..e9 l'Htterv. ritn.o.an.le.1 lv Teunw4ana Ollicnra.
1 have poalllona for two l.lauleimnta, which wilt
be glmn to worthy pereona w ho will btiug a autuler
of recrulte. KSii
Apply to meat Mo. 2V " i.ikko atrent. ahlilo.
R. CI. A t t BAWrOHD,
mch20-tf C'apt. to. B ,6th 'lean.
M. M. OBSk.N.
I.. B. uKhkN
GREEN & GREEN,
ISIIYII.I.H, g.OUISVlt.a.1
43 College Htroet. Mala and Four
HATS, CAPS, DRESS FURS,
AND
'. GENTS' FUENISHIN 0 GOODS,
A.T HKTAIIi.
Parliuular atUiitioa glTen toetyhrt aud qnallUoa,
and all gooua warrauleu a repreaebitio, T
Shirts Mado to Order,' '
l.ISSX, HVHUN, AND W0O1JEV SHlBrs
Oaitie toorar from meuureineuljuid warraaUdhottt.
A Complete Btock of Military
Ilata and Caps Always on Hand.
Match 10-1 y
B. S. HAMILTON
BCCCtiiOB TO
1IAOAN Jc CO,
PRODUCE, GROCERY,
, AND
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
JIo, I SOUTH MABKH KTREIT,
NABIlVlMiK, TEN N.
aaari'h tJ.
. BNUFF! BNUFF li
Il T RM KIVan THK BDHT MAfABOY HNCH
J lu the clfv, eudfw at L. WlluhLKY'M
CiKr aal Tol ao. o atom,
Marohlo Iw Mo.ltl aV,ath llaiket atntl.
5000 Agents "Wanted.
Jdl PIKBIX TH R AIIMT CAN MAKK rit'lM
o I
to ooo doiiare In a Dioath, !!h'ut interfere
w Ith th'lr otlu.r d'aiwt. Due ! au ImiKjit mt ot'tw
liiuily. I'illi'olei. eenl by letter. AJdreM (lk
oue maaip to pay retui a loi ),
Hani T.HKNTl.KV,
a h;S-tt l'.M reen l , ft. I kl...
WATERTAX7
W'AHlB-TAX, by law, la do la advaoiM. Al
11 iraoix wliohai ful.d lucumply nn in, Ue
In aaklu payiunul tor the preem s. runull.., uuiy
ail w.thio Hi. ait teu iU.vh to bare the .ir cut
oil. I all Un r:. B. Itarretl, Water-lal Coilevt.jr, at
ilie utpo: eod ol the Market iri'tv
J"U.S Uta V,.r.
H.lUI-lit
iOLESALE ONLY.
11. E.OUIS Ct Co.
1-Tavo Jiiyt lioteived
a vr.ny i.ake stuck ok , ' '
C I Q A. TR, B ,
Chewing and Smoking
TOBACCO,
Of ll Kinds and pul tip in Varioiu Style.
A. LOUIS & CO.,
30 North Markot StrfH
JUST BfCEIVED. a verv large stock of
all ktudi of lrh (nil prrMrvod
can nkd FRurre,
TOMATOKS,
A. LOUIS A CO .
H North Muriel Bti.
JUST RKJE1VED a Urgo stock ol"
Dried Beef, Hams, '
BJlogna Sausage,
; Smoked Herring,
and Fresh Salmon
A. LOUIS A CO.,
' - 88 North Mark-1 irwt.
TST RECKIVED, a latge -lock of
WESTERN' RKKRVf,HAMB0RO AND
ENGLISH DAIRY CHEESE
A.. LOUIS CO,
3A North Market Slreut.
JU8T RECEIVED, a wvty largn alock of
OK.tMAN KUaiVM, CAHTH B aud rAKC Y
Soaps, Candles, Starch, Etc.,
X. LOUIS & CO.,
. 3d Korth Market Htrcot.
JDST RECEIVED, a large utook 01
Brown , Crushed & Powdored Sugars-
A. LOUIS & COM
6 North Market Stroet.
J UST RECEIVED, a l.rgn Mock of
Groan and Ground Coffee.
ALIO a lurge a lock of . - '
Young ll)un, Gunpowmr n ltd Oolong Tea.
A, LOUIS & 0.,
a North 'iarkot fllrrvt.
LARSE STOCK OK RAISINS, FIGS,
Dates, almond.-s, br-iilscts and filberts,
MACCAROM. VBRMICILLI, tko.,Jiiitrwtvl hy
A. LOUIS Sc CO., 1
30 North Market Rtroot.
LARGE STOCK OF PICKLES. TOM A-
TOKCAIs'Ul', I'eDper Bauro, OiiiKer, AI..io, l'ou
pw, (ilnjer, t'innnluon, Bakluf Pond or, &la,
Fr iwh, Keiitm.ky anil Auurli'an MiihUit'1, Just
relrwl hy
A. LOUIS A .,
34 North Market Rtroot.
, LARGE STOCK of
Butter Crackers, Ginger Cakes, '
Bplce Nuts and Sugar Cakes,
Jiint roceirad hy
A. LOUIS A CO.,
M North Market Stroet.
VERV LARGE STOCK of.
Sardines, Cove Oysters,
Lobsters, Pickles, Etc.,
Pot itplu all atylea j Jiiai twelvaJ by
A. LOUIS cV CO.,
:i6 North M.rket Stise!
LARUK STO yK of
pLayino cards,
at 1CINB AND IMITATION.
MEERiiHACU, anil arery other atyte of PIPES.
rocKHrr cutlkrv,
BllJCaud COTTON" II'a'K'f.
NKC7IC TIK9, JHo.
Jut roll by 1 -
A, LOUIS aV CO.,
.!.:.: ' . . a Kanti Warket Street
A LARGE STOCK
OF WHITE
AND
OOLUKKU
Shirt, Urawrri, auapenUera,
Pocaet'Uoofca, Port t'ollaa,
India Rubber aad Horn
tlna and lireaalng ( UltM,
- hit aud dorod Oottoa and Uu.a Tbraad.i ,
Noedl., Klo , Kto.,Juat recoivad by
a 11 A. LOI IS A CO.,
SoS'orth Marlet Strnel.
.VKRY KXTKNSIVK STOCK of u.-ortud
Commna, an! evei y variety of
FANCY CANDI 13 B ,
Jual raonlrtd by
A. LOU A CO.,
ii North Uiirket Ptrvet.
VERY EXTENSIVE STOCK AND
avery veriely of
AVritluif Faper autl Kit vtlopfe,
Ink, Feus and I'nt
by the million. Pea Book, Kulrt and tfuepee 1r
Button. '' MIMr aad Oenli' li te, In.l re
ceived by
A. LOi;i$t A CO.,
It North KarKelhu..!
A l A FAIR BTOCK OK (JINGIIAM,
X bVowa aud bloaihe.1 Linea Talde. loth". Arp
klu. Fin laa". Una, and Crah tor C u.k u 'luw. ia
aarlrty el B a. a ao I lau j M.iIhom, Oo tona.l
ti.,a'.c, loat ri c. IreJ ey . .
A. txn is . co.,
M North Harkf! tiat.
YIK-CAN X iMl ORTtli WATCHE.S
tAid r. , with end allh ut bi-U -i, ( b.la.,0,,11
flia.a allk aud L.lar liuardd, Vla eh Key, el ,
eta , tor aala at r .leav-l. tn! h
A. LOUIS & CO.,
3iflh riaiket trt.
SINGLETON,
BOOKSEr,i.ii;r,
STATIONER AfID PERIODICAL DEALER
SEWANEE HOUSE, COLXJEGE BTREET,
A N I IMlHT.OS'riCK HUlijDINO,
M NOW BKCRtVINO
BY MAIL AND EXPRESS
1 ' most '
Now York, Cincinnati, Louisville, St. Louis, Chicago,
AND OTIIKR
ALSO,
Illustrated Papers
THE
TccS-ly m
TRADE
JAS. H. PRENTICE, Auctioneer.
AUCTION NOTICE.
Important and Peremptory
Trado Sales
or -
In the City of Brooklyn, L. I.
JAMES It PRENTICE,
UflLI. SELL BT AUtTION AT HIS WaHK
hnu'e, curner of H.tymonil and llloiiclilij
atreoti, HriHjklyn, the entire produntlon of hi, maim
factory during the aeaiou. llw aule.i will take nlaca
oa
Thur.iay, Fi lruary 28.
" March 12 anil 'it.
" April 9 and S3.
" Mar 7 anJ 21.
' June 4 and It).
A foil Una of I"ur anil Wi'ol HaU IU be oltun.il In
each Kale, in lota to eint purchnwrfl.
Dealer may rent aaaured that the alea will ink
tlaca in tlrooklya nu the da advertiei'd. and thut
ley trill ha conducted on thn aiime prliirlpl.ve that
hava eharacteriaed those held in New Vork d'lrlan
the paat acaaom, and whioli have slven ao much Hat
lefaotiontaall.
1'urtiea finding It Inonnveiilrnt to attend thew eahia
may forward their order,, and era anrltliat their
wUheawill ho alrlcUy complml with, and promptly
attended to.
Th Hate will ha prepared for Inspoctlon by Cata
logue on the dey prut hnia to each mill., an I will he
aold wlthnat raxervo.
reb. 11 UlUuuelS.
GROWTH OF 1862.
RKCEIYEI) HY TriK Pl'StK'KIHKR,' AQKNTJ FOR
their aala la Naehvlllo
FLOWER SEEDS, Assorted. ;
BI.VCURAAISKXtt, MIXl'JI Hlllll HK I,
OKI'IIAHII OR AS SKKD. OH VUli OHANUK ,
HEKD8 GRA 8KKD, IlKMPHKrO,
Ac, . Ac, hi:., ka , Ac
On JIarko Street, oppoallo I 'nlon,
" -N-Asirvixir, TKNN,
rb2u-v , . t
MAUZY WILSON 8c CO.,
,1 , WHOLBHALk DKtt,i:itH IN
TOBACCO AND CIGARS,
Cor. Deiderick and Cherry Sta
: MAUZY. WILSON & CO.
TNTITCTHR ATrr.VTlON rF liKAl.EK T THKIR
A eitemlve etoi k of Manufactured Toharco. Tnny
defy eouipetitlna In prioneand quality of lohainoaud
tignra. t orner inutiierick ana ninny.
March 13
WBB,
JtroitjRHor ' of jNtusic.
aaOrdora lo l. hft it Ruimii'i (Hrvum'a) Vu
aluntora. Man Iil2-w"
COMMISSION MERCHANT
KOH TUB SALE 0
BOOTS, SHOES, AND HATS.
IirOtlLD WITB T1IR AITENTIoN Or TIIK
f V trado to bl suirk of Qoode, which I wllured to
4aUra ut Uaiiuiaolui'MTa urh'.
' K. M. TNOALI.R,
4!K) Main .treat, np-atalr. betMean 4th aud ath at ,
lea. 10 '.:m t,ouuvine, r.r.
loan Con.ioit. J. II. Mao.
CONKOR-fl. MASSON,
(SuarW lo H. D. (V.N.loa Ham.,) '
W1I0LKSALE( GROCERS
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Noa.3 V & lln Klrvet.
IN STORE, FOR 8A1.K 1.0 rY TO THE
A. Trede
I, OIK) Hide. AI,T,
(X) Ulna CHL'KMKI) IMHt Willi. lt-l,
If 5 (..ItKkK,
fi!, aV,xe TOH WO,
1(M Unwa CMOKINO TnllVf(V),
r,,t r.a KINtiVT :ifkVlu TtHUt'OI,
KM) Bale kll.l.ICK INH K ToHAIVIf,
' atK Hi-ama WRAIT1N11 PAPtKT
() ha,r I'l PPI-R,
lloin PAl.M MOAP,
15 Bote KAM.'V WAP,
85 K.. MAIHHJt,
Ml c-uka HOI'A,
ViMl Keaa NAII.H.
51) Oaao OVWIiK-l,
yl) (.'. PINK AI'I'l.FV4,
Iu, I KAi ilrX,
HI no.. HAHiysts,
U Cheat TKA,
M U-iloa I'HUf Jr.,
And lare alook uf other artii le ia our Hue.
Feb am
Ul I. DIM.
w. a. iiiannoi t'
LEE S. DUiSX & CO.,
BANKERS AND BROKERS,
DKti.rnn 1M
SIGHT DRAFTS
-ox -NEW
YORK,
CINCINNATI,
GOVERNMENT CLAIMS,
Drafts oa Washington,
QU1RTERM ASTERS' VOU HERS
CVUlkD ll V
i. i t: . dim a i u.,
No. 'A lblosStic-et,N'ahTIII
K.r.i-lt
4 rtktrenc mrn. l'r fur. tu t iuin mix it n, I
Nt, 14 JVutli M iiuiiM-r in vi.
NtiV(iW.TvB1 , kmlt. 11, WW
fl !' to ci.y j
III I
r 1, A C E 9,
iisisii' irouis,
THE
and Magazines.
SUPPLIED
1 NIP THE EVIL IN IV BUD."
DR. COLEMAN'S
DISPENSARY
iron
SPECIAL DISEASES.
r-t luTRKcr, ron tub murral patromao
V I he ha r.weh-ed, reapnoUhlly Inform tha oillcena
au 1 aol.hera that ha haa removed hla DiarmaiaT t
HI CIIEIIHY DTIIRET,
wlwre tho afflicted may always And hlmangaifait alia
the name eal, aiaidu.ty, aor.y, aad a.u.ulloa lo
their mlefnrtunea, whli h baa an euoceaartilly dutla.
gnlihad him a, a Physician In hi, apodal uauartaMat
el proleaspmal praotlca. All
Chronic nnd Acnto niaeaaea,
Korerula, Vplnal AOTocIIomh, Uraral.
llrdrocll, Congenital and Ac.
drntal I'hrmoaia, Htrlolurca.
Iiaaaa or lha Kldnoya, Iliad
deraiid l'ratrat aad, !Iar.
rarlal Alleclloua and JUtUnaaoa
of ilia Skin, !.,
inert with no reallaniyi from hla rmnedlea,
PEIVATE OK VENEREAL DISEASES I
of all forma and ataicM, eodlly wired and enerlnall
ermlualed ftoni the eyeteut. lteot uian ourad la a
low u iya-
fr- oflifi la well arranired, and peraona affilrted
with thea d iea wa oan have the ti meat prlracy.
1'i raona at a duum run addraea him be latter. .t.
arrilnna the nioet promltumt armploma, hut Iu all
ditliouit o we, a iriwiial exaiuinatioa will b nace.
a.ir.
ontce hour Iron In the fflaralaa
till U la tbe rt uloc
Dr. King's Dispensary
ton I'lllVATK DMEA1EH,
lK KIKfl, Airraerly af Kew Tor, tor
the laat four year of l.ooi.rllle,
11(1 .ha hu it... ',. t.l.
the treatment of private illwaaee for St) year, (Ultoia
hlm.i-lf, having attended to a irartle tr ao many
year., and cured o many thoneaiida, he I aaahlei
to cur all illaoawt o a private nntur, no aaaMar
how bad they nmy U from liijudlcloiia nedloal treat,
melit, or from ni'itleet of llielr own. Ir. Klna'k
ltienBary la No. xt Header l k atreet, between IIW.
ry and the S.u ire, aeoond atory, her ha car all
dieeaHi' of a prli ato nature.
tioiiorrbiea eund without nauaieni nieitlrlu ar
luterft-renoe with hiiMlucea.
Strict un a ur ud or roceut dele ellortually cured la
few daya, by an op-'rutlon bl'h rauaea no pala,
Wuira ati h ture ejina heulih raunol lie .unjwyed
I'erliape no riiaeaae ciiiih4 mnrc ailnbl' f aad unOar
lulmiK the o Htitiillon en much.
t V .1 .1 1 i -, , un all the ill.eoa... or the akin, rn wluf
out of ni-itlect or bad treatment, ran b uVtaU
cured In a fiw ilnya.
tkminnl Weaktum Particular a' tanUoaaavlatnaaa
Klv.u i line Une aae, aud all Hie oouae-'uenoee an"l
Initeut of It, IihiukIiI on In many cam bribed,
etructlve halnl ol iiiconaidi'rate youth., and eneaa
Ive liiil.il,:.nre of Hi iaa.ion, a nephvt of wMca
will uml'-riulii the ooiiMtiiuiiiin, ronilorliur. lb cub.
ect until for biiKliieaa or . letr, and caualiut I-rem.
lure old axo.
eeinib- who may he lh,,rli,f witty any dimoulty of
the Womb may real enured ol Immediate relief.
Peraoue rralillim abnuul, by writing and eUtlnc
their enae, with a fee enclnaixt, dlrw.1 to lr. A. lo.
No. aa Kadrrlck .trent, N.Hhvllle, Tann., will haaa
the l eeoenary rnodli-luea ent to thuO; addn aa. OM
hour i from (o'clock In th moriiln-r until In lha
veiling' (July Id la dtwly.
72
um -r'f-. T- . . a.
4W feW
THE
UNION NOW AND FOREVER !
L. BLOCK & CO.,
No, 72, East side Publio Square.
IMASII VILLI;, TaUNW., '
AVK t"Vf. TO Tllli flTV WITU A LAKUK
M'ot'K ('I
W 1 lOLiJt jrjAIK
SUTLERS' SUPPLIES!
Of ull Descriptions and Kindt.
A reii l.rge nKeoitmrat of
Champagnes, Wirjos and Bittern,
TuUEillKH WITH
CIOAKS, TOBACCX),
BH0E3 and LXXfB,
Aad luan iHli.if artiole loo nun". to iw-ailiai.
(llr n a (all.
(Jooth punt sll ClMip and QuUJt.
I.. IILUf U. It CO.,
fab Ik If No. U taut .1.1 1'al.lie Huare.
U tea li IJauvaa e.ia be touo I at the above aaue.
and inld Im, liapiy to aoe bl.i'l.l iueUiai4, aud alia
r"itly till all onler r.y. lT.d.
nr. iiAHRKi-t or ri.oc jvht mcitivtz) at
CjI Pouui Alarkot tr)trwt
(Khea A Vnllli'i Old a4.
trT WKIVKD AVI) ro 1AI.K AT
ri ft I Houth Market Mlat.
CHEWING TOBACCO
!rs,e ,'"T ,1T Bf 'r-ivicn ami rvu IUI.a
CI Huuth Market HtraiHL
notio3j:i
$20,000 Dollars.
OF
GOVERNMENT VOUCHERS,
Tha HighoRt Price will bo Paid,
w . r. ruiLiM ,,
II o k, N. n, c. h.g, ,t.t,
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