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ti;enn mow n nor.. J
lor he would not bo BiiRpeotod
applause loch wen imay Lave; Itch
pounced upon by the Government and
put in durance tllo for a few ilJ, until
tba Government thought it had strength
enough to allow such reptiles to at
large. 'And tho wlio-la brood of small
fry potlticlano have raised the cry, "Why
this is the most tyrannical Government
under Loatmi." VVith a million traitors
in arms against it, and a third as many
more at homo going about claiming that
it is an unholy war. Now and then the
Government arrests a reptile, not for tho
purpose of : executing, but of confining
him, and th cry is raised that it is a ty
ranny tJo great to bo boms, and tho peo
ple are called upon to resist it. Why,
gentlemen, the very fact that you hear
men going about in such a condition of
things as now ejists, proclaiming auch
sentiments, is' the best evidence under
Leaven that he lies. Applause. If this
Lad really been, a tyranny,. thousand
such heads Would 'Lave rolled from the
block before now. There is no ether
Government beneath tho heavens that
would .tolerate such treason, for that is
the name by which to call such disloyal
ty. It may not be (reason if the lirst
grades to bo punished capitally as trea
son, but is quasi treason. It is lime that
men should cease talking in that way.
Every man knows it is a lie. Tho Gov
ernment may make a thousand mistakes,
but it is not despotic A few weeks ago
tho Secretary of War said to me in reply
to some remark" abjut. such language,
" That is nothing now; it happens in this
city evtry day." The reply 1 made was,
"Jf (list b tmo, all I have to say is that
sombody, I don't know who it is, docs
not do his duty." Applause. If even in
the National Capitol, and in the very
halls of the National Congress, such sen
timents of qualified treason can be ut
tered, and if the officers of the Govern
ment, knowing it, allow such men to go at
large day by day, 1 say it is a proof that
it is not a despotic government, Lot the
contrary. This Government has borne
more from Its pretended friends than it
has bad to contend with from open ene
mies. Tho time is comiDg, and I am
heartily glad to sue this great people
waking up to tho determination, when,
whatever our thoughts or sentiments may
have been with regard to tho policy of
the country, we will como together and
act for its preservation. 1 1 is duo to you
to do this. The truth is that you must
repose upon yourselves. You have been
truthfully told to-night that it is not a
returning sense of fidelity to tho Gov
ernment, but a returning sense vf your
duty under the fidelity you have always
felt. It may have been latent in the
bottom of your hearts, but every man
who belongs to this Loyal League has al
ways regarded himself as a loyal man,
and has always loved his Government,
not going there until wo arrived in Now
Orleans. There wero many of the
people of Texas who had taken re fug
the other side of the Ilio Grande. They
Lad been told wo wcro coming, and they
Lad takeu measures to join tho Union
forces as soon as they should laud, and
when they learned that they were not to
be relieved, you may imagine their fate..
I have no means of knowing all, but I
know that some hundreds have lost their
lives in consequence of that disappoint
ment. ".Shame, shamol" I know they
have died deaths not heard of sine the
Dark Ages until now ; not only hunted
a'ad" shot, murdered upon their own
thresholds, bat thd op and scalded to
death with boiling water, torn asunder
by wild horses fasUned to their fuel,
whole neighborhoods of men extermi
nated and their wives aud children driven
awav. And the world is still iroimr on
I ask loyal men if these things oiuhl to
go on. History will bear me out in say
ing that never, since tho beginning of
tune, have people endured more by way
of testifying to their devotion to any
Government that basexisltd among men
It has been said sometimes that tho only
loyal men of the South aro tho black men.
I am hero to-night to dispute that. I assert
that more than half tho whito men of that
country were loyol in the beginning of
this struggle; and more than half of
those living there to-day would return
..to it with gladness and gratitude if you
would givo them relief. Talk about
' sympathy with those men who are cov
, ered with crime, murder, arson, robbery,
the despoliation of the poor? Talk about
'the rights of property of these men?
lei not a word do 1 bear about tho or
pilaris and tho widows that those devils
(hayO made in the Jsouth, the homes they
Uav,o burned, tno property tuey have con
fiscattd. And tna loyal peoplo of tho
BUto of Texas have a nil ered also by tho
action of this Government ; for they wcro
in tho habit of contumiug largely of the
products of the North, and from thir, of
coarse, Ihey nave been out oil. Wlulo
tho border of the liio Grnnde has been in
'- the possession of the Kebels, they have
, compelled the planters to soil their pio
duce lo the Confederate Government, tak
ing their payment iu their own papttr,
while the lUibels could then engage it for
; gold or silver or tor any required sup
plies. ' It docs stem to me that it is time
for thd people to say to the Government
that this has gone on long enough. An
iilaiiiu'.l It dues seem to me that I liave
, purchased right to call upon you to
night to express your opinion upon that
subject. Kcnewed applause. l!ut if
they never dn it, it will not crush my
, devotion to tho Government, although it
may be lbs loss of the last friend I have
under Heaven, liut I ahall think that
Sumo man who has hiiitjub Jed the Gjv
. eminent has bee a to blame, if no ac
tion is taken. If we had the
country in our possession there
are rich cotton l.uidu enough iu
that tto to produce four times
as much cotton as is now produced
upon this whole continent? We Lavs a
country twice as larpe as France, pos-
- sosiicd of graving facilities, facilities un
told, mineri 1 weallk beyond the knowl
edge of any man living, Kerning with
wealth iu the great future, aud rvl.Kh we
vball at no distaul day pour into the lap
. or ibis jrtat commercial emporium.
i. 1 Givs mo oiin nolo of encouragement to
night, and I shall be relieved ; but uudcr
(w Vbatevcr circumstances 1 shall perform
.J iuy duty. 'Whatever men limy say tviilt
regard to tho im'ili.icuey ol this Govern
ment, aud its shortcomings hitherto, it
Las still its armies iu tho Held; nud
there are consels that are able lo lift, up
th cation from the mud and iniru of the
present hour and to place it tlrmly upon
the path of succen. Mill the admiring
1 " "a) ul the world is iixud upon us. Mill
iliey know that when wo do speak, and
speak with determination, our voice w ill
.'. to heard throughout the world. We may
tiow bd in trouble ; but.
k eonie pu u l e'lit ih.l 'vii III eW'-. Mm.
t well. I'l lu Ik ' w i' " U'OW.V !! Ilil' M.iriiiJ
Tlioiii.li runlet in I'' r": "K 'loudi apt '!,
l.l.'liul S'inl.lll I5.U-S ou la l.ei."
I It. 11 'AS. HOrS, II A K I H,
MlnVKI.H, M'vl KS.
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The North British Review (Free
The Westminister Review (Liberal).
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For any three of the four lleviews,
For all four of the Reviews,
For lilackwood's JIagaacine, - rt
For Hlackwood and one Review, "
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For T'lackwood and three Reviews,
For Hlackwood and the four Re
These will be our prices to all who pay
prior to the 1st of April. To those who
defer paying till after that lime, tho
prices will be increased to such extent
as tho increased cost or Kepnnt may de
SISNDIN YOCR ottliKRS AND SATIS YOUR. MONET.
LEON AUD SCOTT & CO.. Publishers.
No. 38 Walker Street, N. Y.
Hktljr"TK' t JlfcTA KTMBfcT Of TM CeMnKM.MB, I
Murfmia'iorii, ienn., March Lllh, lbo3. j
Special Field Order, Xo. CO.
III. A Hoard of Commissioners, con
sisting of three citizens and two otllcers,
is hereby appointed to investigate and
report upon the damages sustained by
the citizens of Nashville and vicinity
from the occupation of tho place by the
military forces or the United btates.
DETAIL FOR TUB CURD.
Hon. Itu8SEi.ii Houston,
- IIorracr II. IIarrihon, Esq.,
William Driver, Esq.,
Capt. A. 1). Vanosdal, 3d lnd. Cav.
Capt.S. F. Allen, 29th lnd. Vols.
The Board will meet on Monday next
March ICth, at 10 o'clock A. M., at such
place in the city of Nashville as they
may select, and all' claims for Ibe year
ending Dcccmbar 31st, 1SVJ must be pre
tented before April 1st, 1KUJ.
13y command or ilaj.-Uen. Kosecbns,
' n, a. thrall, .
Captain and A. A. O.
In pursuance of tho above order " The
Hoard of Commissioners ' met at tho Cap
itol on Monday, tho lGlh March, 1863,
and organiecd. Claimants are informed
that the Hoard will meet regularly every
day, at 10 o'clock A.M., at the Treasurer's
oilice in the State Capitol. It will be
seen that all claims for the year ending
31st December, 1802, must be presented
before the first day of April, 18G3.
Chairman of the Hoard.
March 10, 18G3.-2w.
HaiiiuraRTrita Imr'T orTnaCritiiKKi.aNn, '
M CKFKKrviioBO, Tkn., March 15,184.1. J
Special Field Orders, Ko. 71.
VII. A Hoard is hereby ordered to in
vestigate the various claims arising from
the use of cotton bales belonging to pri
vate parties, for fortiQcatioua at Nash
ville. The Hoard will meet at Nashvillo,
Tenn., on the 17th inst, or as soon there
after as possible, and will hold its ses
sions from time to time as ths business
for which it is appointed may require.
The object of the Hoard will bo to thor
oughly investigate the various claims,
both for loss and damage, and to develop
all facts bearing upon them. Reports
will bo made upon each case, separately,
as soon as the investigation of it is con
cluded. DETAIL FOll THB BOAUD.
Colonel E. A. Kino, C8th lnd. Vol.
Lt. Col. J. V. Lanqlet, 125th 111. Vol.
Cap'.. J. J. Donnei.lt, 14th Mich. Vol.
By command of .
Maj. Gen. ROSECRANS,
II. 8. Thrall, Capt. and A. A. O.
In pursuance of the above Special Fiold
Order, the Hoard met at Maj. General
Rosecrans' former Headquarters, High
street, Nashville, on Wednesday, March
18th. 18G3. and orni(d. The Hoard
will meet hereafter from time to time as
the business for which it is appointed
may reooire. Claims for Iobs and dam
ago, arising from the use of cotton bales
belonging to private parties for the forti
fications of Nashville, will be presented
without delay. The Hoard adjourned to
10 o'clock, A.M.Friday, March 20, 18G3.
EDWARD A. KINO,
Col. CSth lnd- Vol., I'res. of the Hoard.
March l'J tf.
IlkAISII" HKJl IHtARTKi T.H THr CrMMIKI M
iNm'KITdH laKKKAlM OlFII'K,
Ml iKKkt tiarcb 3Mu lMi.3.
Each Corps Inspector will report to this
ol.ice at ones,
I. The names of all authorized sut
h is in ltrgiuient and Batteries in his
Corps hy whom authorized; also,
whether any other than authorised per
sons are allowed to sutlle withia his
II. Whether Councils of Administra
tion aro had as required by Art. XXIII,
Kevised Arm ltej;ulations, and if so,
whether snch Council has determined
what articles shall ho sold, and llxed
their prices. List of articles and prices
to accompany each heport.
111. W hat taxes, if any, have been ai-
sssed upon iSutlers, and what ditpoiution
has he a made, ia each case, of ths sums
1W command of Msj -Gen. Roskcranh
JAS. C. McKIBUIN,
Colonel and A. A. I. General.
HlUlxJI'lHIIIU I .MTIO ftT( FlIIKK,
Nniiiiu, March -1, lai3.
All private freight arriving at this post
by the Ixnmvillo and Nashville railroad
or by Government boat, other than tha
personal bai-trass of passenrexs, and the
couteuts of on car each day, allowd to
tho Adams Express Company, will afUr
this datu be setrsd and conCaoated.
Hy order of
llria -Gen. Roiikkt B. Mitchh.l,
Joaa Tbatt, A. A. ti. Dicwt-lii
I. O. of G. T.
I VX1E" I.Otx.K. t. fi. or U. T.'i l.0fTFH
1 t lb Plltmitll Kri(l'i"nl illlaoia Veil. 1. 1
IiiI'muIi r, auU nrkiHH lut. r u. authority of tli
L . ol lb Ml of 1111 o. mwli bv rl J Bl..lrinv lilKllt
ul lvlii ui ItaU. lit t-il-llld, iipiKiil Nalivi.U.
little, k-iil I'r.'IbMritu kOO't nt t.unig li.'iu ollior !
nnnu, liiih'ii1 ft'i'l tliviaioti in it. aiu ar in
tl'V. tllil.y SiMlt ,1.(1 IO III! tttlQ
II. Mail), I ". "A," W C. T.
W. Ft lUlRIIMI, W
mi DRY GOODS!
SPRING STYLES I
No. 10 College Street - y
TVST UKUriYEP. A I.ABCiK AM Wrll I. SKI tl T
E! fcT'.K'K OF
Iiinev ' Onlicoo.s,
. ' Slack Jsnmt aiul Silkf,
l)digt and MJtair Dre Good.
Irish Linens, Tow7,
Linen Ihxk and Drill, $uiUxLle lot
Spring and Svvmicr.
Sinltnp Ixvonn nit.f
Gnitifiiifu's Furnishing Good!
AI.C a well mVcI1 itoek of
BOOTS AND SHOES
To wlilrh tli munition of the politic I. InvltvJ
A. J. TYNES,
10 College Street.
)Iiir, lil.r)-.",tii 4llvr k I'ediMi'i old HnJ.
NX' GLENN & SONS,
So. 70 mi li Wat Street, kl. Second and Pearl Sts
TTK 1WITK THR ATTENTION OF MERCHANTS
IV tu xur lr and wll nortil tu-k of
Which wsoffnrat elm rat4 Iu cauli liujura.
MilYSR & MILLER,
No. G9 CIIERHY STREET
M Doori aljovei Cedar St.
TTAVK JU3T KECHIVKH A FINE AND LAROK
J. X aHBortuiQut ol' Soring uu.l Huiuiuur (ooU', con.
To wlili h UieT liivlln tlii-lr rutomorN n l tli public
gnncrtilly. All the gomla will ! niH'ln up lo orjar Iu
lue iwstntid UktMt iiyic, ana on liberal urm.
tuadu to ordor good fite wnrmnted.
lot of OrriCKRs' CLUf H1NU aud
Alao on hand a
MarcUiO I in
HAVE THIS IAY RttMOVEn MV KltTlRE STOCK
to the EclipfW Ht-tble, on Market street, formerly
oocu)4d hy Mr Gek, wtiTe I will be plffaned to wait
on my old ciutuuierfl and the public generally, with
my usual proinpmeM.
Onmtantly on hund, IlarkH, Tl'iRqle, Benl Wagoae,
and flne HaJdle toi'k for Iilie and tspntlfmnn.
Alar-hll-lm F. W.TKALET.
AliOfur a&le at the atbove utable, 10 or 15 cood
work horRM. '
AI L THE HANDS WHK H IUVB
Jt IU been Iu my employ will report.
wlUbepnl't. Two good SuwyrB and two goodtnt.
nerra wanted to run a Circle Hnw Alill None but the
boat need apply. LOCIS WITKOW.SKI,
raarcnao tr .vo. it) I'uhllo fquare.
liOuiaville Journal copy one week and charue this
rynR COPARTSKIISIIIP HERElOKtir.K FXIST
X 1NU nnder the Arm and ptyle of Wakd, Ui'ino
niaa Co., wit disHoived ou the firat day of January,
tow, ny mutual eonaent.
WARD, blBMINUIIAH k CO.
Tlie Clothing hufclne.e will lie cottttnuod under the
firm and atylo of
WARD & McDERMOT,
No, 20 Public Square.
We aro receiving our Sriug Stock or CentUmi n'a
Clothing and uruLshlng t.ooJa.
Alao a lot of Cheap Clothing for Perranta.
WANK a Mol klUl'IT,
uiailtl lui No. 20 Public H.(uure.
FAXCY A!SD FAMILY
GROCERY AND BAKERY,
. I - .
First door East of NashvilU Jf CluiUaneoga
rnitB BEST OP EVERYTHING COOT) TO EAT
X alwaya on baai aad foraale cheap at title eatah
received every week,
you away aati tiod
Give me a call aud I Will lend
ii. i iioiimut;,
T AM PAYING $4 PKR IIUNUHr, KoR
Cl r AN
Cottouand I Inen Knit, delivered at lay Paper and
Bug iM'Ti, Northeat comer Putilte 4iiar.
aiari hi lui lit'UT. UltL
AllK.xiRAIU.E ItM'IKN E, PLEASANTLY
Al KO near the Uallatin Pike, In EJgett.1 1.
partlruUra euqaire al the Wniux ofli.e.
SMALL II AVE HERE IN A IEW PAYS
tbiwe tlioiieand tna of
i-tuic laki: in:,
bU h can be obtiaud at our old Denote.
I.AKK klNoeluN HUtu
47 WOOD & SIIIE. 47
iu ark kki KiviNu Daily at
Ka. 4T Broad street,
Cinot'KPIK" AND PHwVISIONS, AND RETAIL
T lutf them In targe or aniali lote toauit purchiAdia
. We alao pay cli for oi l Kaga, t.uuuy ba, c d
Hpi, Aa , An , el.o l tirna i aueat.
Wanhli' tf VtooDkSIIIB
f IHVK THIS DAY KiLD TO ilT'.. TEAL) i ait
i Stable, an-1 chiiully lec'MV't ou 1 bitu to all ol nty
uid cuat.'UitfrM, !.v.iit tti..t with bia 1'riM.eut tcl!.
Ilea and einneaceia the l i'-'iy nw, he will be
euabirdto gine euttre aatu'iuUulo tl'iib lo
L. W. l.kei,
Ecllpie Llvvry ai d Sale Mahle,
Slai.ti 1 Itn No. J N..tlh MajK.1 .li... I
KKW III Ii X Hiil'SS r'R FA1 E CN Sot'TH
'ulnu .treet. M hnuee flom U.ri ; lfl piouie
aud a ilaLet t , ol liberal lei ma fir ea-b. fur
tieu:ai( tfixjuue ol J. WMkee.
wuH t JOHN C, P0TI.I.
UTIOUL CUIQ AGIHCI
HARVEY, COLLINS k RBACK,
wAsnrsoTO!, d. o.
CHARLES H. GREEN, Agent
No. 33, Cherry Street, Nashville, Tenn.
HIS AGENCY potw pwullar fticlllUoa Ihr th
urcfful proMTiitioo and Mttlrmcnt of Da
nauiln aRalniit the Orntral Gorfiramant ef IVKB1
MC-K'BIPTION, Ita conductora uaTlng had Sttrara
yaara' exppritmna tn tht. nanaffniaut of claims
for OoDfrrru, tho Court of Clnhtm, and tlia Kxosa
Ht Dopartmrnti at W-liliik;ton, and being thor
oughtv acqnalutad aud firailinr wltlt tho law
regulation! governing their aUutmot.
Partlcnlar attention will ke given lo oeeco arte f
oat of tho prraent war, lacliidiug tlie aoenusta It
BtatcS, Conttaotnra, arid IMiburalag Ouloara of bt
War and Nary Pri.rtmer.U, and for ' wllert
Ins; Vrllllitir, auel Oriranlainf; To.
nnteera.T tha rrlmbtmemcnt ef which l author
Itoi bj an act af Oongran; OLA11IS FOK INDEX
nrrt roa private ruoPERTy taken fob
P0BLIO CSF.H, OB FOB DAMAGES TO 8UOB
PBOPERT1T, for Ilrraci loel In the aerTice, aad fbl
(Mllltarjr Part tcualona a4 ISouuti
We fife ipecutl attention to procuring I'en
louo, Ilountlca, etc., accruing to Soldlert
who bavo been wonaded, ooatract wi eaae, or the
fikoiillea of auch have died, or foea killed while la
the dteobarge of their Hue of duty ai auch dating U
Srlal car will aUo be given to claim! which
have been brpt"ft.r ((ejected er Nuspendwtl
by the Dvpartinxutsor Iiteiiclrntlw .TJunaart c
Prompt ettor.tl. n alo glv.n to the oollectloael
Quartorniaiter'g UvoelpU given for Property Uke
tor the una of the Army, to arranging Aocounta with
andoollectlng Claimi agalnat the Qiwrtermaeter'e Uti
AM Claim puted to our haailt recotve onr Proaspt
ieraiiul Attention, themby axcnrlng man)
which, tn the handa of an Attorney at any diitaai
dlut, frequently prove numccaful.
Axide from tha droided advantage, oar dally Ibtei
oourae with all the Iartnienta euublei oe In Bivi
caeea to obtain decUiona much more epeedily that
where al communication and ettier noceaary detet
muat be ooudaoted tbroujch the tual'.a.
To lhl ud, we eoliclt you to foraard to luiutm
all oaaea of auch charnctrr you may from time to tlnit
have preeeutod, aud, ae la our ouetom, we will fur.
Uh yon with all the ceoetMry bUnka, and, wen
No harie made In any uane nuleea aucceMfsi.
Addreaai CU AHIJfS H. QHUCN,
Ho, IMJ tlherry Mlrnt
It E F t: II RrVO i:t
Eon BiOHiao Wiixion..., Aluyor of Waabliit ji
' B. B. FaaWB Ooatmiaaloaer of Pub I.
" Oroaoa 1. Bill Erie, Pa.
THomeB fuiajwci I'hlla,iel.hiu, la.
" V. B. CeaTM..
" KuJia Baobit...
" Wiujab Dekkmo
Jonah M. Lrcua,
" Ciuana B. Uoabji
Capt. W. W. Donnaa....
W. T. Snrntao tUo
...Governor of Ohio.
..Waujrtown, N. T.
W. P. flnmtoik)tai.,
SlMURL A.oao, Kaq Chicago
Cour tiAauora, Kaq Terre Haute, lnd.
it. A. I'owtn, tai) ' tncinnall, Uhio.
W. J. W. KoaKOK
Oen. Muaa.iT Woii.ta San Franclaco,'3al.
John D. Hatxu, Esq Aurota.I jd.
A. V. lUnvav, gq Kebruaka, N. T.
W. Ii. Hahvkt, Eeq Omaha I ity, M. 1.
Hon. 8. O. Dailit Peru. N. T.
tuun P.Caoeav, Eaq....Ietroit, Mich.
THoMAa M. Wiuoa, Eaq-....New llaltiinore, MIc
WAi.LiKi a jarroana Keokuk, Iowa.
W. D. BitKHrax, Eaq Knneae Territory.
H. HnaTiNotoH, l.n i Co..V4U Broadway, N. T.
Bowaaa, HiaaaAn BaiB-Si, S4 and M Veeey St,
voKit, jr new lora.
OiajiNta A Tumor. IS Warren etreet. N Y.
Jiromi B. lirt l, Eaq Naaaan at, cor.. Wall at.
L. I. Bonn.tT. Eaq
,.40T Broadway, N. T.
.lflA rultonatreet N. T
. .Cincinnati, Ohio.
. Uayaville, Ky,
Wiujan Itiavra. tea...
Ohi h Fox, Bbci
Jxarj O. (icixiK, En)
KUaiT A. Tmcn, Eaq...
ROBERT 1MOORE & CO.,
ONSIONMENTS OF COTTON. TOBACCO. LARD
V KATHKru and PKOUUCE touerallr. will receive
our Deal aitution. anarifl
Freights for Hew York, Philadelphia.
TK ARK rORWARIUN'O OOTTON, T(BA(XX), to.,
V on more adventnpwma leriue Uuui tt receiiW
hreugh from Cumbei laud Hlvor.
HOIII KT mOOKK V (!.,
ataylA CINCINNATI, OHIO.
CHAS. TEL. GREEN
OFFICE, So. SS Cherry Et, (TJa (ulra .)
$3XZ. DR. M'GILL,
Of Wuvhliiffton ., lTld
1 nV.H TWKNTY I-'iri TKAltS PRAtTICK IN
J my ativ .Siutu fuiti Fliiluiletuhia, I kiavt loctUU
tu Nashville, T'nn., In mr ifiirral nraL'tioinK.
1 will tret the Miuwinf li whw : Chronic and In
Bftmiimtiry Kliviiinatim, AfTnctiun or the Luua-i. Mm-
ihsha of liitt 'Input, 1 frothy, towellwl Jntnu, btilT
l.iiiil', IMrurUy, I'mtn". I !t'M, ( iinrg, (iravel, Af
fs tioii uf tti Wuniti, ItftmiUnt. lnurmitt4Dt n4
HiliouKr ivi'I-h, OhMt-'trU-i atU'natvt t, with all tUr
iliH.-utf tt whirl, the humsn fWmlly re mhjw t.
aty-dUico North !! of tnteu. btwMD (hrry
nti tret, oror Mr. C T. rleiiumttu'i Muai
KUr0, b rl nmy L found ,ihtr U or fttuht, ua-
REST AUU ANT
No. IS CEDAH STIttLT,
OCR REST APR A NT 13 AI.WAT3 SUPPLIID
with all ilelica. ra of the aeaeon, all of which
will be aorved up m a atyle that tanaut be aurpaaaed
in ine city.
Frekh Oysten, Game, and Fish,
KLCEIVl'l) DAILY HUKlT FUOII THE KAHT.
He aNo kep ronataiitly on hand a rood aaaortment
of k'ANC Y UKIX'kUIKtt aad COS! kTH.1 kKI k.
where nor cuatomere cau be aapiied oa a. reuuble
terma aa they k:i be had ta the city. Hi.nklulror
paat ttatorn, w will be plt-aeed to aJ our b ienda aud
Cualoini-ra at all tiutea.
lNK'l-ly HIZC 8TONI.
SPRINQ & MAEKET WAGONS,
rt'R SALE BY THK DOZEN, AT
MYERS, HUNT & CO.,
Cm rr Luna Makei'a,
Market Street, near tho Square.
rPHB TRADE AND LVkllYUOHY H'PPLIEK,
X All uoik warruuted.
WAMkli.a aaitithl. nla-e te eture IS to 0 M.ht
Ho kiee, lur a bia nioutl.a, .a the ftrel or aeot.ud U-mt
t4 14 h"u- beat the f-iu'ire : toruiK nui.t ho ual.i.w.
Alao, VS.nlud lo till., '!. IlLAOK.-MlTii'e Ilki.P
tk-1 l-y the a.-uk.
Jau 'ii ;iin.
'l'ABTN'ElWIIlP Ilk'itl.ToroHK XtfllMl
I UJ..I.1- the aim u.d .(! of I . IU k la., i.aa
It-la .y bum uij.dvod I y u.iiii..il i nn.rnt.
Mul.hll No. ao NollU klaikAt alrul.
Th. w h-Ua.la fl toivrtea ttlid "iillera auplue bu.l
u.. :n t. coiiijiiiM.1 iindwr tli. ttriu .nd aiy'.u of '
A. Ililli ilU, No.;ik Nuii.'i kl.ltet alret-t.
vir ! rnaks thii t)t m f!tl
LU I J ft fit
tviHfs, our I'i'iiio uuittfc Ait-t man
ARB WROLBSALI DEALBBB let
Groceries & Provisions,
, FAMILY GROCERIES,
HAMS, BACON SIDES,
COFFEES, SUGARS, TEAS,
Mustard, Spice, Pepper, Nutmegs,
BAGGING, E0PE, TWINE,
MAOKERE L -
BKOOMS. MUCK KTB,
COARSE & FINE SALT,
( IUAK8, TOM A CCO,
C1iM)U:n. t'RUTS, W1XKS,
SutUri' Goods of all kinds,
And many other article arriving dally, purchased
fur Cash, and laid at am all proSt.
Call anil Be. '
GRIFFITH & PARSONS,
No. T COIXEOK 8T.. NASHVILLE. TENN.
PLENTY OF THEM,
Q A T ATATTrC!
. I 1 r i l l"it
J-l A. JJKJj
iVo. 24 Dcaderick S(rt,
Has INTow on Hand
A. L A. Ii Q IU
co tvuirii the
Call and Try Me Onco.
8. A. BARNES.
leb. 13 ly.
r'AIKJ riNK lU.ASKkTi; AUo, A UfT
mfmf, ttAaiUiAMrti. ttlijhiM, hrtv.lt
111 1 Hrow u C..I iu,i, t..ul.u k leujMi. and 1 '1 e Ooeaa.
lor . h'W at
E ft A V W Lll.kYS,
J.nlT-if o, J ui.:ie tt'.rej
ennee CaiWrl ayl Vfm Bk-eeta, (ef ae-a )
Our fitcillUe I ataclUnery aad food wnikaaen,
enable oa U eaeeute on alrert order, In tha h If heat
atyle of lb art, and
AT MODERATE CHARGES,
AIL DKSCUIITIONS OT
Bills ol Lading
PROG R A Rl IVI E
Or BTSRT I'ESCBIPTION,
RECEIPTS, &c, &c,
State, foualy, and Corporation
vaTWa raapectrullf Invito a lllier.l nalrouaga,
kuowlnf that our aljle of workmanablp cannot be
excelled, or onrUrma competed with.
To Anny OJlcera and Soldiers.
I 0 0 II AS
Lift of Q. M. Ltarts deUvrd, Jft-,
Seceipti or Q. it. floirw deliwi td,
Quarterly Ilelurn of Uniting, Je.,
Quarterly Saturn of Oidnunce, $.,
F)JiUd S'aiJu fur Secruiting,
Mmithly Cc;ei(uiy fidurru,
Qficeri J'ay Aaunti,
, Ac., Ai'., .,
CONSTANTLY ON HAND,
eel fur aale ou the tuoet niodorate ti-riua.
ar We are aiau b.tur pitret lluu any other
aeUblULweul la tha oily, Iu eaeculg with IU gicut
eat dpatch aad ou luiMhr.U l ina,
AV itINI) ()!
end au'iet rwaotful Oi.llc'l oidvia.
g yK'KlOVQus, I 4 i
AabRjr.w MoTutil. Tiuvta Wiiia
MCCLAIN & WIN1IAM
WILfi IVR PKOMPT ATTENTION Ttl 1 1I K
edle'tliMi of Clnima acxlnat the Oorerntuent ol
tha United H la lee Intrualed t ibelr oara.
OtUce on Cherry Street. No. 10,
(ap aUIra), NAiavnxa, Tiattaa'
Aeeiihea tmmf Edward II. Raat, gtmuel R. Kara
Bnraoe H. Harriwn, A. J. Huaran, Joe 8 Kewler.
John Hugh Smith.
Wtlmn mnty Hon. JoMao Motea.
mhM nm,! Ir. V. H. Ur Ion, J, W. Buwe.
JVAaa cnir C.1. W. II. titokea.
Witrrrn enaaH, ' Boherl Oln, UeorK J.-'luhblefteld
WkUt oownly William Baon.
KtuKirttrd oeewr Edward L drtei. Wllltani
lluinum (mfp w m I lrnpIwlL
AfnMry iWerllfiiJ Harlan, Joe A. Campbell.
Pi-fnr4 eom'r w illlam II. Wlaenor.
H.mknU euu A liner HUmI. -
Aeener eranue lUlle Pevton. Thorn aa Trimble
Theodore Herman, Win Wrij.bt, at.J Sfau ' Wallace.
W in Dodo, Jo llerlan.
Jmrkmm tnty Iavld Shepherd
Aaea Vrmnlf Bon. Hotel t teinney.
Murum AMHty t'ol Bob aJU loll.
ARM! IXTELL1(.ECE OFFICE.
No. 11, South Fourth St,
tiAlT I.Ol IN, ItlU.
Entabtiahed for tho benefit of atran-ors oomlng Ic
w. awuii in wwm i u Ul
SICK OK WOUNDKD
and for pereoua tirlnir at dl.tance who can Ire
to ire Army Intellenco (ittlne and obtain roll,
able tntormatiou of any aoldler that on.
Haled In the Putea of
IllutoU, Imkan, lUUo, feaw, tlicklfn, NeKwej
tm, JTinMeaola, f Citci, tU tlittmm
CORRttT INTEtXlOK.VCK WILf, BK OIVFV OF
any aoldler from the above Smtne, whr.her
Suit, Wot'Nnan, Katio, ok Tar I'limiMra, and
In what battiee he may have beta etmMed, aud
where hla reilimnt la atntloned.
luformation will alao l o r .ren of the condition ol
aey ah k or wnnnded nM.r In Ht. U.uia, Loiilivili.
Cliiolnnatl, Nahvllle, Hound City, or tn. llotai
la the Wealern IVpaitment : and whore tin kill.it
la battle, or have died Irnm their wound., are burl
ed ; aud wu.-re thee taken prtaouere are eon.
Thie la the only Areoy Ii,l..lno. Om,e In the
Ilopartmert of the Miaalnlppl, or Weatern llep.it.
nent, and luloruiation ol aoldiora from any m the
above Slatea can be riven at any time by calling or
writing to the Army liitolllr. nee Ortlce,
Peraona wrltln will ple.ee give the name o( the
aoldler, whnl Stma hreullateJ iu, ami tha nuiul-er ol
hie nuiinii'ul. Charea forany kind of Ai ,ty Inielll.
irnoe will be Two Doi.i.aua, and any re.reon arittet
will plena tiunloan I 'Hi auiouut, in Older to aecure
attenllru to their luqulrlea.
A,l.lr. Army lute lenoe Omee, St. Iula. Vo.
m,S 0. Uoa IM. IMay U, lM-J.ly
ATKNTF.DOVT. 8- 1SC1
DilhrltlgL'' Vat vu i
OVAL MAP CUIUS
Thieu Chimney aro Intend, d lor the Oat
(laiuea, whub h"il nir all narU of in.
flaw anally, iloea not eijioae it to crack J
r. ii IIITMKIIH1K,
Fovil'iuou Work a.
Waehltf ton atroTtT
, , I'lllibura . Pa
(amolr-a can beaeen at Ihla timoe.
M. L. ALEXANDER.
Auction & Commission '
flo. 71 Fl'ltMO MltTAHI-:,:
SOLICITS OONSIONMItNTS, AND WILL (JITB
prompt attention tn the ealo ol Dry Uooua, B00U
ttltoea, liaW aud Morobandia generally.
Eognlar Auction Day, averjr WcdnotdaT.
" All talea Call, and roturoi mad promptly.
Rimni'u : Morrla k titration, R. H. tjolllua
k Co., A. J. Duucaa Co., Naahvllie. Tenn
No. SO (LDAIt KTIILEI,
IX V. BASSET, Proprietor.
rpUlM WELL-KNOWN EsTABLISnklKNT Id
X I. ireiared to furalah kleale at all houra, to
any numb.-r of pereoua, with all the riiiaul.e and
luitirlra of tha an.mm, preparod in the vry leet atyle
Tha BILL Ok" FAkK will chall.au. oou.puleoa
with that al any TTonae in the North or Southwi-at.
' Tho II.Nk.xr WINW and liKANWK.I are kept
eonatan'.ly on hand. MXNBUH .r Hbi'l'KHH lur
nlahed In any part of the elty, oa abort oetioe.
W.E.Child3 & Co.,
mmm i mmvm
leiaiiaaiiiau JJ JLf HWIllllUt
No. 62 North College Kt.
OiTlIiuaEsT ritiusa paid roB Uncdi
runt Monet, Gold aid Silveb.
IUlrabursfnifnt of Ofiifw.
OFJ61CER3 OF THE ARMY,
who have been at any exponee la th. forraatlen ol
. their Coniulea and liejiai.nu, eao bo
Reimbursed by Covcrunent,
ty placing their CU1111. la Ilia liaml. ol
CIIARLEO IX GREEN,
Apmt far CUUcUou e Claim af.Mut (A UmmM
orncE ifo. . moutu cutest sr.
Nov la tf
TILL: -OLD RKLI AliLaU "
sn.ivnT(. & nvnuvu sxloox,
AT TUE T. CLt'-L'D IH'TEL, N tSII VIU K.
Fit All" IC PARIBI1
WOIM.D BKPaCTIUI L JNKOKM IJIC KU
nmroiul Ii lei-da, and H-e t...lllli piihllc.
that he ha. newly ed B hie wll knuwa r .in-.e
Is ihe at- flood lui...iu, whi re hluovlf aad oiimr
vltatiiiac-'i-''" arliate" will .it-nd to hliaviua ai.J
Drawia. MniHiaa aad Uultlka lieu-, m fcxhiou
.hi. ai y
The tah- la Olt.-d up with everlhlng aee-l'i:! lo
the toiiil "rl of rnatoiiH-ra. Warm aud I'.dd llaiha
uro.li'-d al all tiia-a, in wall a.irniod rmi. Ha
Lka a ooniinnunue of Ihe peirooe eo lr.iy vi..-a
la loiianr y.ra. h ivU
OlUiVh.lt ic HAlilLlC'H
sKU'iNi; Mii hi.i:s Fon sii.i;
lr urover A le.r,, Ukeele
Wllaon'a mud llwM raattiiuia,
Ai.ao, MAClilNil 01ls
Aud every thiol p.iU:u.'.f lo H.iu Btachluet
All k.fcia ul
At W, e"iaaa'a Wall Pai.r Bti.re, D..deiUA
rtie'l eud PullW r'.fU.ia,
,U(l.iy ur t . a i' a hk.
-'.!(J l'.-('H, for aa'
o W. IV'iN
'1 j ial te 11
d, I I -!. ' I