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rVJ5LSELVIll.LE, TEiXlVESSKE, TUESDAY, MARCH S7, 1366.
H EDIC iL
Dr. John Bull's
Thg Latest and Most Impor
Nineteenth Century !
No man's ntme I more intimately connected
itb the hitury of MATERIA MEUICA of the
United Huuvs, or more fonlT kuown as a pio
ster la Mediual tiuoveryt Ihitn Uiatof
Dr. John Bull
Bis inimluUe preparation of BARHtPARILI.A
has Ions stood at Uie heed of tue twiuus com
(oundsut that aluaul. dru.
Uii Compound of WILD CHERRY has
becMiii a household word through
out th West
an J South. Ilia Worm Loieoget,
a leu than a year after their introduction,
I tained a reputation eoas wide apresd asl.st n one
butut Nonh Antenca. But the crownt ortti j her
a. life rentaius to be attaaned in Ins di ciooonvejiry
rmilier cxMjilNuftUou, for he dfei not claim to have
bees Hie diworerer f t'liiKu.N, whs h is the heiH
of Uie hitleni ntiw offered to the pntitic. That hon
or tiooirs to toe native inhatnlsnt. of Central
Aineni-a, to whom its virtues hsve been known lor
tuore than two hundied yeets Armed with it the
lsian bida drhsnre to the mot deadly malaria,
and handle , without fesr, the inont venomons ser-
eote. 11 is a belief with them, that hil- there is
.rw.ln in toe body, 111. Cedron is potent to cuie, no
tnslter whl the d mw. niny fie.
While fir. Hull is not preiwred to endorse this e-Iravas-anl
preleasion, he le DverthelMe sat sned
from a thorough exemioauoa of th. evidence rels
ting to its virtues, that as a rerrwuy aad preventa
tive for all disease analog frntn ei poeure. either
to the weather or climate, or to missuiauo iDfluea
cvs, it sutnds
Without a Rival.
And luslly deoerves the repulalioa it has so long
bjoyed in Ceultal Aineru a and th. A sat Indies.
nd Its attendant train of symptoms. It acta more
1,1 hK A CHARM than a medicine. There in noth
ing in the ehole range of Materia Meli that can
vr a iuohmuI beer a comparison with it in this dis-
s r.,11 Mwinni nf th:. wonderful ulnnt mav be
touad id ttie lllli edmoe of the t. d, Inspeosatory
.sue. lv7 and I. ins
series of ei)ienmenta in which Dr. Bull has
been f r vesrs engaged, has just hern brought to a
eu "earful termination, and he is Bow enaNed to
otter to the puo lie a cowUnaUon of CKl'KU.N with
other approved Ionics, the whole prerMxt in the
heel qua. it Jf of Copper divUlled bolirboB Whisky,
Winch he i couOj.nl has no equal in he world.
P e might furnish a tolume of rerti&'aies, but the
pulJic have long siuce learned to eeUiliat. iwb
ttuugs by ttieir true value. 1 ne siet plan la lor
eveiy one to test tor himwU the virtues, a sew
Ont Trial and you will nvr tut any
It is not eresarr f" puHi.h a long list of die-es-es
lor wln-hllis OKL'h JN HI ITt kri are a ape.
ciDo. la all disesss. of list
Dowels, Liver or Kidneys.
in ail aflertaoa of th.
Brala, Dspea4laf lea Oerasfssssal et Ik.
BUOsaae. ec Bew.la
(.ont, Rlitmallj.nl and IVearalgii
Fever and Ague.
la destine.! to supercede all other remedies. It
Ml Am rura these disease, but It prevents tliem.
a wis. glass of the Hitters, taken an hour before
ssru maai, will obviate the ill ertcia of the most
Ulhsaitl.v climate, sua scree, the person lek ng II
aifa.l assesses uoaev iii dhm wjius, rpwuK
KedA tf Drt.S(isW aa4 (srweve Ueeeretly.
DA. JOHN BULL,
Principal OfRce, Fifth Sleeet, LouiaviUs, sty.
ftold Wboieeei. and Retail T
Berr;, Pcmoville & Wharton,
iNoa 6 a PuhUe Bmiare.)
Who also sell
BULL'S "WORil DESTROfER,
BiaTirs TOXIC BYRUP. .
A cent of Inanrance Companies.
C1ARKY a SMITH, Moe. Maud 31 Unioa street,
j (up suur.) represent the fi.lio.iBg Cowi)uiie :
Am of Hartford, becunty, Manoartan, Metropoli
tan, Phomii and Knickerbocker Life of New lork.
Mid A co id fit of Columbus, Ohio.
ATTOKMOla AT LAW.
rxAMPBET,! MrBWE A GROEbBECK. Attor
j neva U Lu and Claim 1MU. tjrwtn'e ID ell
the Court. Collections promptly aoendei lo;
amo claims af&iaxt the United skim eiiu oucikts
collected, orhce 7 Nonh Cherry street, op stair.
,TI8, E. A. Attorney and Counselor at Law,
liAE.la.bK AKU IIKOKtUS.
1 .vlBST NATIONAL BANK Government Deposi
r Lr-o. o College street, belw.-en Union
and Lli Puo ic buuHre Issuers is Cncurrenl
Money, xcbanKe, Ooio, and fjovernmeui Hecun
nes of a4i kind. Stocks and Bonds bought aad
add on Coiuuusio. Collection prouipby at'
A. ti. bssroan, Pres't, Jas. 6. Oodim .Casb'r.
K. l. Jamuus, Asaialud Cashier.
MARR, TH08 8. Broker, corner Union and
College street, buys and sella tiold, linear
rent Money, Governmeul berunues and Vouchers.
cotlecuous attended to prompuy.
AImo buys and sells on ctiUitiuseton.
SECOND NATIONAL BANK OF NASHVILLE
O Ctierry street, deals in Exchange, Govern-
liient Decuriues and io u. lAjuecbiuus promptly
aiUnded to. i. iiUBtuss, caebier.
ri'HlRD NATIONAL BANK OP NASHVILLE
X Iesis in EznbariK; Governtueut Seiainues
audCoio. Collections promptly aiteudea to.
txuld, b toe ms and blinds sold on Commmsion.
W. W. bsaar, President. Euuab Justs, Cashier.
KIXt, A.U KKAeS ioim)j:u.
ItKKKY A IjL'MONT, tell snd brass Fonndsrs,
Manufacturers of all kinds of brass work,
loafers in K, steam and water pipe, oil well lu
Ldk ajid pump, xUI" bee, pecking, speller, soider
ana bedim, o. i4 broad street, nest the ner.
HOOK. A1 JO At I'HIMUG.
NAnliVlLLE UNION PRINTINfl OO.-Book
ana Job ITiiiterB, slid pui likbers of the Iai-
Iiy and weekly union, irmitr s Atiey, uetweca
Union anil: Ieadenck streets.
OPKINO WATER BREWERT. MANKEL A
O r KANS, successors to M. i. irtut ker. brewers
of Ala and Lager beer, No. 41 broad street, Nah
KUOKM I.LI HS A XI I ATfO F.KS.
SINbLaTON, K. H Bookseller, Publisher"
biationer, and Periodical Iwsier, Poet Oinua
. - . . . - .
CAUKlAuK JtlAM fAtll 1th. Kb.
MYEK8 A BUNT Msnufsi'turers or all the
Latent btyles of Kirul CIsks tHrnses snd
kuKgiHS, Kiprrsi Wsgous and CsxrjaliM, 1i North
C LA 1.71 AbtNTSi, Ac.
JOHN O'NEILL, Military Attorney and Solicitor
of Claims, rtoMcuie all clai.se of Claims
ss'ainst th. Government for citisens and soldier.
Orhoe Hi Cedar ttreet, NaehvU'e, lean. lnovlHa
riMJMPKlNd. H. 4 t.O. U. H. C aim Agents,
orikera' Pay Aocotnls and tuartermaaierH'
Vouchers liouKht at the iieut ratee, or coilfx'le.1.
Othce corner Cherry and Cedar streets, up stairs.
COAL AKU WOOD.
KNIliHT BROTHERS. Dealers in Cumberland
aud Pi'.tnbui'g Coal. W ood sawed and Hplit is
vuive leugths. oiliie 49 Church street. Yard oo
Hollitig Mill dill, aouih of broad. All orders tilled
lUlLbCll.Mi Aiit.hT .
KB. TUTH1LL, liepnty United Males Marxhal,
. col I ecu .Soto, Ai-counts, ;., in Middle Ten
noeee. C'rtice at butle Capilol, next door to Ked
vral Court Room. P. O. Ix'k box 37. be. adver
tisemeat in another column. decs-eut
NIC US ItllALKltts Ac
(lONK a TUN NELL Wholesale and Retail
j rUKiksellers. rltstiouers, snd News Agents,
No. 40 North Cherry street, Nashville, Tenn.
HKAh KM'A l n Annyrs.
JL. R. W. BROWN, Ueal KHtste and Honeral
, Huaioees Agenf, over York's book store, bhU
Uuionbtrtat, Nanbville, lenn. auio-biu
WILSON, J. W. A CO. Maniuscturers'and
Wholesale and Reuul Leaiera la 'I in. Copper
and Sheet Iron Ware aud furnixiung (ioods, No. IT
WALL f AFLII, ete.
MERR11T A HILIi Dealers tn WaU Pser
Window Bhadrs. Wlnuow Glass, aad Phoio-
grspbio Mstenal, coruer of Churvh and Market
Attorneys aud Claim Agrut..
l 8. PkLANY, Attorsey at Law, nd War Claim
M. a -s r- l... I rt .csr.wt VV-tl
.sift n(T-ilH VirniBuii, sr-uu. -j
The! Tennessee Marine
Trm nn -in i wv
.' I II ill lit
t Blr th Haw 'kartr, U Bow oym tot
NO. 31 NORTH COLLEGE STBEET,
but noi i coata or rsios sr.
A. W. Ul TI.Kll, Bec'y.
JOilal'H W. AIXK. Pres'U
Mt W. ALLEN, JNO. M. BILL,
WATSON M.CJOKK, C. A. R. THOMPSON,
P. WEAVER, 1'AN'L F. CARTER,
JNO. B. JOUNBO-N. BAM'L VANLKER,
O. M. tWi, R. B.CHEATHAM.
A. G. HUMS.
BOOTS, SHOES AID LEATHER,
No. 11 Dot Street, N. Y.
Alexis Bragg & Wesson
stxemoas or Tui uui wrBUrB visa
ALEXIS BUACB& WIKUO,
WBOISS.Lk PESLaaS tS
Hoot., Hlior. and Ioather,
hes to invite the afientuia of purchaser, to their
epiemtid stock, ad.pued lo all aectsiop of tbe os.n-
trv, aud whi h ils-v otlvr at the (oee-l maraei
prua. ripeciai auenuoa pa.u to oruers.
At.FXI HRAliti, AA1BS.W W K3SON, J
KID, &HDREYS & IttT,
IMPOTKR3 AND JOBBERS or
Foreign & American Fancy Goods
Ho.lrrr, cnU' FornUblDK Good,
SUtlanfrj, fatlcry, Jewelry j
Also MeuufsCurers of
Hoop - IS lc i r t is ,
S3 Park Place and SB Murray tsL, Naw-York.
WR raws on. of the lanrset and nee aeerwo
rv-ks ot ale meouoaed tr.ods m this
ccuDtrv, eeapted ki the houthera trade, whHiai we
nrtT uus lavtwatee terms.
buyers WU do well iok v as a trial. All orders
nroannt.'y atusnJe. lo.
tat. a aU.n, ANl'KKWf A LRKT.
Willett, Kiddcll & Oo
Civil Engineers and Surveyors
Corner Church Ac Sii&U Hta
IWdtJune Nervous Debility.
s ssal weakae-s, etf tea be cured by one who
. '. . .rmd himelf Sad hUBdre.ls of oihers.
w.il Uii you woUWVl but U.t trm. Aid rass
rilKTIO AKU riBLISHED BT TBI
XiSIlTILLE 15I0X PEIMI.C CO
TUESDAT, MARCH 27, 1SC6.
Opening Day of .Millinery.
The Stylet of Spring Uonnets
itlourning Bonnets, Straw Hats,
This is a most important day among
the ladies not the great day of the
year, but of the first half of the year
It is the occasion of the spring milinary
opening. I he l'-U meaning of that
phrase we need not undertake to de
scribe to our fair readers, who have &I
ready inspected the adornments that
are prepared for tbem; and if any of
the proprietors of families do not un
derstand the Buijiect and have cot an
ticinated the financial issue dfnendin?
upon this festival exhibition ot what is
sometimes called the Fashion goddess.
they will learn in due season the facts
and at the same time the consequences.
lhe opening day is cold but' charm'
ingly bright, and the ladies are out in
numbers. Some of the displays were
made Tuesday and yesterday; but this
is the day generally recognized.
I here is a greater variety of styles
this season than usual. No less than
ten shapes, each different from the
others in some distinctive feature, are
on exhibition. The Gipsy of to-day is
cot the huge Gipsy of former times,
when, as has been said, the women wore
bonnets that were bonnets, are not
patches of silk with frills of lacn. How
ever, it is not denied that the small
bonnets are far more graceful than the
great uncouth ones that hid the faces
of the wearers.
There has been, also, a decided
change ic prices. Millinery goods of
all descriptions are much cheaper than
at this time last year. Ribbons, laces,
tulle, etc., are from twenty to twenty
five per cent less than a year ago; and
there is, of course, a corresponding re
duction in the price of bonnets, which
cot only the ladies, but their liege
lords, who ke.'p the purse, will hail as
a glad indication of the better time
coming, when that "love of a bonnet"
shall cot cost the interest of a small
fortune. One year ago an elegant hat
cast sixty dollars; cow one made of as
rich material, and as tastefully trim
med, may be purchased for forty dol
lars. A grace! ul bonnet of good ma
terial can be bought for twenty dollars,
and a neat, becoming one for less.
TUB STYLES OP BOS N ETA.
An elegant hat is of the Charlotte
Corday model. The front and barolet
are of iina French chip, with soft
crown of tulle boullionee, edged with
narrow guipure, Cluny lace. Across
the oentre of the crown is laid a wide
barbe of the same lace, festooned with
a silver chain, which depends at the
ears. Un the ironi rests a ganana oi
wild flowers, butter-cups, bluebells and
violets, all sparkling with dewdrops.
A carriage hat is made ol a new ma
terial purple crepe argent I he
crown is formed of narrow folds of
white malines, and covered by a long
and full illusion veil, edged with silver
cord. This, clobely plaited over the
crown, hangs loosely, flowing over the
shoulders, and is attached to the front
by a wreath of goluen-hued autum
leaves and purple grapes. A silver
cord crosses the cape. The bandeaux
are of illusion and silver cord, and the
strings, of purple tali'eta, were fastened
by a silver filagree brooch.
lhe gipsy opera oonnet is novel, ana
the milliners pronounce it Jistingut.
It is composed of white tulle, and the
narrow front and curtain is covered
with rich black Chantilly lace. The
full soft crown is trellised in diamonds,
with silver tissue trimming, edged with j
black chinille. Full veils ol white
crepe lisse trimmed with tissue, fall in
airy folds on either side, in place of
strings. The front is ornamented "with
a rosette of illusion and silver cord.
A promenade bat is made of the
maize shade of snow-flake silk (a new
material). The ribbon strings, of mas
terial to match, are extenuea across
the front, and from a tasteful bow on
the top. A fall of black Chantilly lace
covers the open crown, and above this
sprays of violets, with silver and green
leaves, are artiscally arranged. Fes
toons of jet chains with cameos are
drooped lrom the cape. Jnside are
bandeaux of maize crepe, violets and
jet chains. .
remaps tne most cuasuj ui ot an,
and the one most admired, was the
Chapeau Gabrielle. It is a snow-white
French chip ol the new moaei. atoudu
the centre it laid a garland ol lilacs,
intermingled with white, cape jessa
mines, with diamond centre. The fresh
ness and teauty of these flowers seem
almost to rival nature, and are in har
mony with the purity and softness of
the material forming the hat Inside
is a bandeau of lilacs and autumn leaves.
The strings of white moire antique.
The Chsperone hat is made of white
tulle shirred, and the edge being trim
med with swans' down, and a row of
pearl pendant. The inside trimming
is formed of a tulle fluting at the sides
and a wreath of green leaves at the
top. Long streamers of riboon laii
from the centre of the crown, and the
strings are of white more antique.
lhe "Duchess hat is composed oi
vegttal straw, frosted with silver. A blue
ribbon rosette on one side, is offset on
the other with a graceful bow. The in
side trimming is very neat and pretty,
consisting of a ruche of blue ribbon,
ith a velvet band oi the same suaue,
on which rests a single daisy. Instead
of a bow a cluster of daisies are used
to fasten the strings, aaa tney have a
I he t-ugeme is msue ""u"i
having four band,surmounted with the
lily of the valley, passing in curved
Linea from side to side, which will rest
graf-fully upon the coil of hair. The
hat is made of maize crar, with a white
nmllrs tnll avil attached. Inside is a
scarlet velvet band, on which is a wreath
of the lily of the valley.
The Eenonon hat has iienoiton cuains
looped up at the side, and the front
and cape re edged with rich black
'.ace. On each side, attached to the hat
by a chain, is a pin with Urge straw
head to fasten the hat to the hair. A
aearlet velvet Dana, wild, (trooping
fhsanii, fcrrus the inside trimming-, and
the striu are raaue,
The Tarmela hat of gray crape, it
trimmed with gTay feathers, on the out
side lnide is a wreath ot pink rose
buds, and the strings are of the same
shad a the crape, and are fastened by
a tvbite and jet ornament The Ver
sailles, round hat, has a blue velvet
ribbon around the jrown, joined at the
back with straw ornamenut and having
long tramera A pheasant father is
attached to the tide, and a white
aigrette feather in front
The Piarrii hat is trimmed with an
aigrette feather and blue velvet rosettes.
Among ti hats it a Leghorn, with a
wreath of straw-oolored leave, and buds
rsear the dg beside a fall of ric h
black lac. A spray of delicate dower
it fastened to one side by a jet horse
shoe, and a similar ornament is used
fc? fastening the strings.
k Doilaf ht gipsy shape, with whit
chip front, and ulusion crown. Broad
white ribbons are attached to the front
and are crowed behind with long reds,
and a cameo broach at the joining. A
triangle of white point lac falls over
the crown, and lac end float above the
ribbons at the back. A white downy
plum defieada from the top wbera a
humming bird nettle amocg the down,
A clustor of pick ro buds, and a pur
ple Cower foro the ianii trLmoing.
Still another gipsy is of black Chan
tilly lace, with a black chain parsing
three times over the top, and falling
over loops of green ribdon. The strings
are green, and the front is ornamented
with wax tulips of a delicate hue, and
Tasteful coiffures to suit all fancies
are also on exhibition. One is compos
ed entirely of rose and hanging rose
bud, another is decorated with black
and white crystal chains.
There is a variety of mourning bon
nets and some of them are very hand
some. A gipsy shape, somewhat modi
fied, is made of black Maline, puffed.
A small veil, of the same material as
the bonnet is attached to the crown
and falls over the shoulders and back.
On the crown is a flower of jet and
crape, with loops and ends of narrow
ribbon falling over the veiL The in
side trimming consists of a band dotted
with jet beads and jet pendants, and
delicate white flower. lhe strings weie
wide and long.
A real gipsy-shape is made of crape,
puffed with three bands, which pass
trom the lront to the back edge.
rosette of narrow ribbon with long
ends is at the back, and on the sida
rosette ot crape. Inside was a crape
band, spangled with jet beads, and a
heading of fluted white tulle, with a
flower of jet and crape.
A hat tor half mourning is made of
plain silk dotted with beads. The
pointed cape is trimmed with jet pand
ants, and inside there is a jetted band.
A white nowcr u spangled with dew
Mourning cats can be bouput at
prices varying from ten to twenty dol
lars, according to the quality of the
material and the amount of trimming,
btraw bonnets, hats, flowers, etc., are
displayed in all the varieties of Btyle,
both in tine and costly braids, and the
coarser and less expensive ones. The
leading style of the round hat the com
ing summer will be the "yacht" shape,
like that of a sailor's hat Some are
actually covered with tarpolin, and are
called the japaned hat The derwent
shape is not as grace lul as the yacht,
but will no doubt be much worn by
ladies at the seaside, as the wide brim
protects the face and eyes from the
sun. A novelty is a sailor shape, pamela
braid, covered with a frosting ol silver.
Crystal chains, both black and white
will be used in trimming the round
hau. ' as
THg MILLINERY DISPLAYS.
Among the proprietors of establish
menu who have courteously shown our
fashion reporter their importations and
to whom our thanks are due, are Mrs.
Davidson, 33 Waverley Place; Madame
Huhlmeyer, Iso. a Great Jones street;
Madame Railings, Canal street Mr.
Jackson, Broadway; and Messrs. Mar
shall ii Johnson, also in Broadway.
The long veil will still be worn for
the lace; and the small mask veil which
was formerly in ubb is now attached to
the back of the bonnet, and falls over
the coil of hair. This is a somewhat
artful device of genius, and helps
the milliners to dispose of these super
fluous articles. It is very graceful,
however, and ladies having laid aside
such veils may save other trimmings
by using them.
There has been no decided change re
cently in the styles of wearing the hair.
One of the new modes is of crimps,
waves, ana snort curls passing around
the head, with a band between each
row of curls the back hair being ar
ranged iu high waterfall or a coil.
X. V. VwtL
From the Memphis Bulletin, toih inst.
A New Era in Teleerapuintr in lhe
The Southern Telegraph Company, hav
ing obtained tha necessary charter in the
Southern States, is about establishing its
lines connecting all the Southern Slates.
The work of organizing this Company has
gone on very quietly, but the movement is
nut less important and vital on that ac
count. It i a movement that goes directly
to the liberation of the press of the South,
the commerce of the South, the finance of
the South, the social life of tbe South, and
even the politics ot the South, from a pre
eut evil and perpetual menace. There is
at present nothing like free trade in South
ern telegraphing. The existing lines belong
to a single corporation that corporation is
a monopoly it fixes rates at its own plea
sure and the public must pay or remain un
served. Moreover, with the instinct cf ail
close corporations and profitable monopo
lies, it springs out in active opposition to
any movement to build competing lines,
whereby the public may be better or more
These are tbe facts which have called the
Southern Telegraph Company into exist
ence. It proposes to be owned by the South
ern people, and to be worked primarily in
their commercial and social iuterests. It
has connections already assured with the
Middle and Eastern States, and with an in
dependent line alsa to be constructed this
summer from Boston te Halifax, that will
weave into one net-work every commercial
point on the Atlantic sea-board mid the
Mississippi Valley. Tbe most of this work
is already done. A Louisviile.Kcntucy, pa
per of a late date says: "Men with ample
means propose to build a new line from
Boston to Halifax, and have charters for
tlrat purpose. In connection with others,
they prepose to extend the lines of the In
sulate 1 Telegraph Company, and the bank
ers and Brokers' Telegraph Company west
ward from Pittsburg uud Wheeling, where
they now terminate, to Cincinnati aud Lou
isville, to unite with the lines of the South
ern Telegraph Company, and make the
connection through from Halifax to New
Orleans, connecting by wire all the great
cities of the continent."
The Southern Telegraph Company hav
ing such connections, will afford unsurpass
ed facilities to tbe Southern people to re
ceive from first sources, and through chan
nels of their own the most important com,
nisrc iul news from all parts ol the world
and they will be able lo koep this advaut
age perpetually in their cicn handt. This is
tbe great feature in the enterprise, and ev
ery man doing business in the Smith should
promptly come forward and identify his
interests with tbe Southern Company when
its stock books are opened.
WUl it payf Nothing will pay so well.
TeleprspU stock, like good Express stuck,
isabve par all over tin country. It is a
busineia that is ever increasing, and in
stead of commercial revulsion and ruin im
pairing its revenue, those very "ill Winds"
blow "good" to the telegraphers by tbe
greater demand that thereby grows tip for
treiUi-rit aud rapid communication between
financial centers. Tbe old lines of telegraph
throughout the United Stales have consoli
dated until their stock represents msny mil
lionsol dollars, expended in csrly sua im-
terfect telegraph o lints, many'of which
n.l lobe rebuilt entirely. And yet these
old lines pay lare dividend, and tbeir
sttick cannot be had. The Southern Telo
graph Company, coming into the field when
science has perfected the te'egraph, can,
with $iOO,ltK), its capital, build lines that
would be estimated at nearly $:OO0,mO,
costing as the old lines have cost. The div
idends of the Southern Teleraph Company
can hardly fail to be among the largest that
any stock company has ever earned in th ta
Woiuphis will leara more partioalsrl
about this company in a few daVs. M.
Adelina Tatti has signed an engage
ment of three montht with the St Pe
tersburg opeia She is to have 400
per night that is, ilO.X) for her three
montht atay In that capital La Diva
make an arerage of X2.i,l"K) sterling
per annum. She made jC3,(xj out of a
tingle concert in London, whereas
Gritii never gained a higher turn than
jE2,4J by any tingle performance.
Tagtioni once at St Petersburg made
s,u0. Baron; KotschUd, for two songs
executed at but house, tent Adelina
i-iJO last spring She realised from the
Italian tfpera alone, in a tingle season,
A correspondent of the London
Athecivum write from Rome: "An in
teresting novelty ha tprang up among
u, in a city where all our surroundings
are of the olden time. Edmoma
Lewis, a lady of color, ha taken a stu
dio here and works as a acuiptre an
one of the rooms formerly occupied hf
the great master Canova She ia fhe
only lady of her race in IheUnitedStaU
who has thus applied herself to the
study and practice of aculptural art"
A Card. .
To the Voters cf Bedford County.
Fellow Citht.m la order to allay th
excitement, and bring order out of confu
sion, with reference to the election ordered
in our county on the Slat inst , for the pnr
ose of tilling the vacancy said to be occa
sioned by my resignation as your Represen
tative in the lower branch of our State Le
islature, I have deemed itdue to you and
to myself to make public th. facta ia the
case that yon may all comprehend at a
giance the true "situation."
On or about tbe 1st Monday in October
last, I entered upon tbe arduous aad respon
sible duties devolving upon me as your Re
presentative, and continued in the discharge
thereof, to the utmost of my ability, with
zeal and fidelity never failing or refusing
to vote for or aminat any proposition that
came up, until I became sick, which unfor
tunately was on the 16th day of February
last, on wnicb ujy l was compelled to ask
leave of absence, which I did, and as to the
nature of that leave granted ma by th
House, I refer you to the following extract
from House Jonrna! as furnished me by its
present worthy aud gentlemanly principal
Clerk, Ed. H. uoweu. Please read it:
"The following gentlemen were granted
leave of absence:
Mr. Parks, for It days.
Mr. Baker, for 4 days.
Mr. Thomas, f A days.
Mr. Dunawa. ,itil ke recovered from ia-
A true copy from the Journal of the House
for February lots, 1SS6.
. Ed. II. Gowss,
PHu. Clk. of the H. of R.
As to how lorJt this indisnostion con
tinued you will please read the following
certificate of our' own fellow-citizen, Dr.
Mcurew, whom yu all know:
- STATS OP T15XS8SI,
"I hereby certify, that I was called to
vi5,t M. E. W. Liunawsy on the 17th of
February last, which I did. I found him
very sick. He ought to have had medical
attention before he did. He continued un
able to return to his duties ia Nashville for
bout 10 days. He would have ventured
tn return in a few days from the time I first
saw him, but I advised him that he was
unable, and would do himself injustice, and
pethapa be unable to return at all. He al
ways spoke ol returning as soon as he was
Given under my hand, March 19lb, 1S66.
J. 11. McCbiw, M. D.
On Monday, the 5th inst.. 1 intended re
turning to Jiashville, but, learning from
Senator Csrriean that it was the conclusion
of both Houses to not attempt the transac
tion oi ousincss until vacancies were tilled,
it became unnecessary that I should then
On that same Jay, His Excellency. Gov.
Brownlow, issued hia Proclamation and
V rits of Election to fill "vacancies," and I
was much suprised to find our county of
Bedlord in the list of uurepreiented
counties, it having never occurred to me
that my seat was "vacant by Proclamation
or otherwise." It is admitted that my seat
is not vacant by "resignation," but that it
is "otherwise" occasioned by my name ap
pearing to a public address, twice published
n tne city papers, in which address I am
represented as having "withdrawn," and
hence the alleged vacancy by "otherwise."
The address is entirely outside of the
Journals of the House, and cannot be bind-
ng upon me in the lies of the Journals.
Especially is this so, when I say that I
knew nothing whatever of the address until
it appeared, not having signed it myself or
nitihorized any person to do so tor me.
Hence, I arrive at the following conclu
That I am, in lew and in fact, a member
of the House of representatives from th
fact that I have not 'resigned' in person,
nor by proxy. I have not "withdrawn."
or authorized any person to represent me
as having withdrawn. Therefore, 1 hold,
that being a member a before stated, a
"vacancy" cannot exist, and that, until it
oes exist, there can be so necessity for an
election to fill it, er authority in law to jus
ibis being so, you see at once that I can
not with consistency contradict the fore
going facts, by reAogniiirig the validity of
iuo appruacuiug siecuon. were l to an-
uoubc. to vow t-m candidate to fill
the "vacancy occasioned bv my resignation
withdrawal," when such vacancy docs
ot exist, would be a contradiction of terms
that I cannot with the lights now before
me give my assent.
Fellow citizens, I have endeavored to do
my duty as your Bepreeentative. I have,
Deiore stated, voted lor or against all
measures coming before me. I consider it
my duty to do so as long as 1 am a member
oi the Legislative boby.
I hope, fellow citizens, from what I have
ere shown, you will be able to coinpre
end the true situation, and that you will
ppreciate my motive in thus addressing
ou. My sole purpose being to vindicate
myself and state my present position.
l am, lellow citizens, with assurances of
indest regards and sincere thanks to vou
for pa I favor.
lour obedient servant,
M. E. W. DrsAWaT.
The Springfield (Mass.) Republican
makes some very just remark about
the violent and silly old man at who se
impertinence the House has a singular
habit of laughing, and whose leader
ship a large number of gentlemen, who
ought te know better, are in the habit
"Thad. Stephens, his rough attack
last Friday, on the financial policy of
the Government, while holding by vir
tue of Speaker Colfax's appointment
the position of its congressional expo
nent and leader, repeated his old ro
mance of last year, that the principal
of the Five-twenty bonds was not payv
ble in specie, but could be redeemed in
a debased currency. And he recom
mended this should be dona There is
a wicked mischievousness in such sug
gestion, for Mr. Stevens knows no one
thicks so but himself; lie knows that
the faith of the Government is fully
and fairly pledged to paying these
bonds in specie; yet he knows, too, that
tbe idea, so far as credited, will work a
panic among holders of our bonds
abroad, and send the bonds back in a
hurry at reduced prices. It is a shame
to Mr. Stevens to talk as he did, and it
is a disgrace to Congress that he occu
pies the leading position that he has
been given in its councils a position
that gives weight and mischief to such
a suggestion lrom him. His conduct
almost justifies the grave charge of the
President that Mr. Stevens sought to
break up the Government it certainly
amounts to practical repudiation,"
. a .
TheKraprett Eugenie and an Artist's
A poor artist died the other day in
Paris. A few sketches, some water
color drawings, an unfinished picture,
were the sole provision left for his widow
and children. Susse s, the well known
artist's shop on the Place de la Bourse,
had often been his resource for the sale
of his pictures. Thither the widow re
paired She showed the content of a
portfolio. Su"e (says a correspondent)
suggested a private tale, as likely to be
more remunerative than the chance his
window eff-tred of attracting attention,
and advised application to be made to
the families in which the deceased
artist had given ley sons. "I possess
several letters," replied the widow,
"from those my.late husband instructed,
among others a bote from a Spanish
countess on her quitting Paris, in
which tha youthful writer promise at
any time when her master required as
sistance to do all for him that lay in
her power. "Where is the young
countessr "In Paris, but she i now
married-" "If I dared," added she, as
she handed Susse a cote, the folds of
which were almost worn through, and
which bore cnmistakt,h!o trac. of hav
ing been ofkrn read. Suase glanced
at the few lines it contained, and asked
the widow to trust it to him for a few
daya The Empress, on recognising her
own writing, gave order thai a liberal
pension should be granted to the widow
and children of tee teacher under
vhrn ,he had studied, a Co an tea da
Tha Kichmond Republic i exceed
ingly indignant that the ladie of that
city, after parting with jewelry, cloth
ing. Aa, in order to buy bread, should
tow be forced to labor fifteen hour a
day to earn thirty or forty oenl. It
adds; -if the ladie will furnish ul
with the came of the ghouls, and a
hat of the prioea they pay, w promise
to ao brand them with their infamy
that they hall be known and despiw4
througlwul tilt laai."
Tbe Contested Senatorshlp.
The Hampton Bonds Conference.
Mr. Seward's OQclal Account.
Soldiers Depot Closed.
New York, March 26. 1 Washington
special says: It is undersrood that a motion
will be made in the Senate to-day, tore
consider the vote of last Friday, declaring
tne lion. J. r. Stockton entitled to his seat
as Senator from "ew Jersey, aud Mr. Sum
ner will make an argument against the
right oi 2cr. Mockion to cast a vol in the
The Attorney General has decided that
Southern pensioners should be restored
tbe rolls o! the uthe'n ronsion azeuc
iroor or couliuued lovuty durinr the
war, ana tne claims be paid, t he princi
pie involved in this decision, if correctly
reported, is directly in conflict with the
opinion of tha Second Comptroller, declar
ing the balances due from the Government
to persons residing in the Southern States
during the rebellion are not payable to the
claimants, but belong to the United States,
a enemies property. The Second Comp
troller a aeeision is subject to the revision
by the Solicitor of the Treasury, when the
matter is taken to the Secretary of tbe
Treasury upon, application of the claim
The Tribune's Washington special says
me secretary oi tne treasury, at the re
quest of the (jovernor of North Carolina, ou
Saturday, forwarded him a full set of tbe
standard weights and measures, to replace
tuose uesiroyeu uuring tne rebellion.
sw York, March 26. The letter of Sac
retary Seward toour Embassador in Europe,
Chas. F. Edwards, giving an official history
of the Hampton Koads Peace Conference
during the winter of 18t4 and 1365, between
President Lincoln and Secretary Seward on
our aiue, sua .aiessrs. A. 11. etepnens, it. M
T. Hunter and J. A. Campbell on tho other.
The Secretary says that on the morning
of the 3d the President, attended by the
Secretary, received Messrs. Stevens, Hunter
ana Campbell, on board the L. S. steam
transport itiver tueen, in Hampton Roads
The conloreuce was altogether informal,
there was no attendance of Secretarys,
nents or witnestea. jNoluing was written
or read. The conversation, though earnest
atd tree, was calm, courteous and kind on
both sides. The Kichmond party approach
ed tne discussion rather indirect'y, and at
no time did either make categorical demands
or stipulation or absolute refusals. Never
theless, during the conference, which lasted
four hours tne several points at issue
between the Government and the insurgents
were distinctly raised aud discussed lully,
intelligently, and in au amicable manner.
What the insurgent party teemed chiefly to
lavor was a postponement ol tha question
of separation, upon which tbe war was
wgaed, and a mutual direction of the efforts
ot tbe Government, as well as those of the
insurgents, to some intrinsic policy or
scheme lor a season, during which passion
might be expected to subside, aud tbe arm
ies be reduced aud trade and intercoure
botweJO the people of both sections resumed.
It was suggested by them that through
auch a postponement we might have imme
diate peace, with some not very cirtain
prospects ol an ultimate satisfactory adjust
ment of political relations. This suggestion,
though deliberately considered, was never
theless regarded by the President as one of
armistice or truce, and he had announced
that we can agree w no cessation or suspen
sion of h utilities except on the basis of
the disbandoumcnt i.f the iusurgent
forces and the restoration of the States in
the Union. Collateral, and in the subordi
nate to the proposition that was thus an
nounced, the anti-slavery of the United
States was revived in ait its bearings, and
the F resilient announced that he must not
be expected to depart from the positions be
had herlofore assumed in his proclamation
of emancipation aud other documents.
These positions were reiterated in his
annual message. It was fu.tier declared
by the President that the complete restora
tion of the national authority was an indis
peusible condition of any assent on our part
to whatever form of peace might be pro
posed. The President assured the other
party that, while we must adhere to these
positions, be would be prepared, so far as
cise hberality. His power is limited by the
Constitution, and when peace should be
made, Congress must necessarily act ih
regard the appropriation of money, and to
the admission of Representatives from the
insurrectionary Suites. The Richmond
Earty were then informed that Congress
ad, on the SIst ult., adopted by a constitu
tional majority a joint resolution, submit
ting to the several Slates the proposition to
abolish slavery throughout the luion, aud
that there is every reasou to expect that it
will soon be accepted by three-lourthi of
the States, so as to become a part of the na
tional organic law. Tbe Conference Com
mittee to amend by mutual acquiescence,
without procuring uu agreement of views
un the several matters discussed or any of
them. Nevertheless it is of tome import
ance that we have been able to submit our
opinions and views directly to prominent
iii.urgenta, and hear them answer in a cer
tain uud not unfriendly manner.
New Yoas, March 2(5. The State Sol
diers' Depot in this city wan formally closed
yesterday alleruoua, with appropriate
Itadiaalitm ia two I'ictores.
We are indebted to Mat. Hastings,
corner of Fifth and Locust streets, lor
two of the most admirable little carica
tures we ever saw. They are accurate
and amusing photographs of Radical
ism. riCTCRE no. 1.
This represents three jackasses in
broadcloth, boots and standing collars,
sitting in an attitude of profound de
liberation, at a table whereon are pen,
ink and paper. Odo is speaking, an
other is listening, and the third is read
ing a bill which he is abount to present
for the consideration of his brother
asses. At the top of this suggestive
picture is the inscription :
"Missouri Law Makers: Matters of
Underneath are these words :
"That while we prohibit teaching, and
will imprison for preaching the Gospel
we consider that any law forbidding
the sale of liquors on Sunday would be
'regulating a matter of conscience,' and
going beyond our proper jurisdiction."
riCTViii xa 2.
This is a street scene between tall
cadaverous and "subjugated" looking
preacher, and a llorid, jolly German
Leer saloon keeper, with a face like a
full moon; and a belly that he could
hardly clatp hi hands across. Over
head is the title: "1'ulting the Case,"
below is the following dialogue:
A. "Yes, sir, I am a preacher, a min
ister of the Gospel"
B. "See, now; that's a mighty bad
business in Missouri. You'd better ret
a saloon, and sell liquor on Sunday In
stead of preaching: then you wont get
A subscription ought to te made tip
to purchase two hundred of these life
like photographs, of the dominant par
ty, and ha.v one of them laid oo the
desk of each member of the Legisla
ture. St nut iKipatch.
330 llroadway, Jw Yo b
OFFKR to 8mn hern and Western iebbera and re-la-,
era, as u,s luweat mutet prices
A very large aad eursytive stock of Drea
Ootria, Nuooa, ituuery, Wlui.toea Aas.
fulv im aod
Type roaadry taJ Printer' Eaparlnm,
HAG All & CO.,
STBJWT, mi HSI.
fTIHW old estaMi.beit WnesWry have; tarfe ee
"fr" " fco-. N-ieo, Job aad crae
soesitei tyue, li pnMfl are prepared lilt
SAaixaSs u.kes lo sjr y eaeoMe ad arMrs Av
awnie, aad vr.ana ii.tu of every OsncnptMsv
lev-ai-fcA rreaees W Ba AtettaXaiw, toiif-Ca
Kirkwmi d- Wli' (d
I Empire Spring Water.
Congress Spring Water.
Columbian Spring Water,
"ajO natnnd or artiri-ial compound hs. yet heen
il discovered or manulaettred tiial 'Ula thee
waters aeapreveaiative, retief aud iienrmaentcure.
lor many temtiorary and chrc.n-c dieen-e?. hi. prov
ed bvtrieext'neneeof many thou-and, who have
drank theni lor yeata, with the most beuelial x-
It A cathartic, ftlterotUtfe snd tonn .aud 10 valua
ble retnmif (or rtwtiona nf lfcLir aud kidney!,
DtPis a. Gout, Chronic Coiwtiuatioo aod CuUii-
oua di-). la mot powrriul praToUTt? 01 th
Fevern and Billoua Couitiiamitte 10 Lirenleol 10
Ii a cathartic, and a valuable remedy for Rheuma
tism, lwraoineiit of the Liver, I'ihw ul the
8km, aud lsDrmi Wtnlity. Ju eacLi are mo?t
Military id Ludk iMf.-. It i aa almost hut
cure fur Heroin in, and the most aeriavu.i lorm ul
ltpeTia. Am a irrevenuve and cu:e lor alt biliou
Juiuinieuu it aieinda unrivalled.
la a tonic and diuretic cf a h Rhly U'Derx-iaJ charai- ;
ter, and ia a po,ti remedy tor LintsvU., nel, j
Calculus lrnuttion and Uli tm uioii o( the Kidev,
and Bladder, ard ha .now. ainnlarly a-'tivo eHitsi 1
in reeioriDK ihere orimna when .letHlitated I y Kn
diheatte. Fenuilea who have Buttered lor THar t'rum 1
irregularity, and the diMreinfi diMaiH know a
onlv to their ttez, have ht-eu entirely cumd bj the
mif mm aaU judictoua use 01 loiumt an t aivr.
J ties waters are bottled lren and pure, lrom
each of the above named ipnutjs, ia so rarftut aud
secure a manner that tbey prrwerve aUt their lit
die in! value fur years, and will be found e)tAai)y
erficacioiw when drank thousAndaof mile distant,
aa when taken directij from the siu-toge
Bewarcof JmilaUonM and Inferior Waters.
The corks of all renume Conre-?". Empire and
Columbian Water are brandwd cn the tt.de of the
Cong asaa Wtrra,
u. a a.. 3. t o.
I Columbia: Wirta, I
I C. A K. S. Co.
Packed safely and necurelr. in hole amtahle for
himenl to any pert of the woild. t'liinnie aud
Empire Watera iu kiox, containing 4 l-u Plot',
or 2 bczenijuart bodies eseh. t olumlu.ii Water
m boxes eon is nmi; 4, or ti Ixuen llnif I'mts, or A
Uosen Pint bolt es each.
Sold by all Druggists, Hotels, Wine
Merchants and first class Grocers.
Sold only at Wholesale by
tV3 1IKKKMAM bT. IV.
Order by mail receive prompt att.n'iou.
Slicing and Practical Geology,
Lawrence Scientific School.
rilHKSK IpAnroentit ia Harvard I'oiTcr uy hold
I two jm-'Iu- a ver. ot Womv wrfk h.
commencing u Februarr and Vi.tv.rarr. for o
furmation afpiy ty tetter la. Wulx:otr bibbn,
Cambridge, aat, leo cf both Kat utiit!.
CainundKe, Matts , Marrh 1, lhtk.
Graham. Dorsctt & Co ,
Biicceaaors to BAWKH, GRALLAM A CO.,
tic roana or
ROSEWOOD AND MlHOGiNf,
Noa. 171, 170 and 173 Centre Htreet, N. T.
JEEPeonxtsnlly or hand the moxt extensive
a. varietv of DDelyniKUred Korean and fomestic
oods to te found in tha United buuea, in
Logs, Planks, Boards and Veneers,
Suitable for Cabinet, Piaan, and Bd ia-d Table Man
ufacturers, and Hr Hui Mem; also, Mahogany and
dpanish Cedar Colli o stuff.
In connection with our tiiineH we have a Isrre
Saw Mill, and the moil eeiel"ted Veneer Cnll.iix
nacn ne, which anaolee ua to n.l all order, eatraat
ed to as with r-romritceee. decsl-am
The Host Perfect Iroa Tonic,
HEGEMAVd Ferrated Elixir of Hsrlr, or Elixir
ot Caliaaya Hark, with fyroutioriiliaie if Iron.
1'reo.red by HKIjCMsM CO., tueiuima snd
lrtoK!' New York.
HiKJi'fJOSr'UAIKOK IRON wss introduced by
E. Kobiquet, of haris, in lsB. asd received favora
ble notice from the rrenco Aradeiny; it m earn y
atMimilated, and not dftcompoerd intliea oiiiai-hby
food or the Kntric juice; it is a prompt, .rticieoi
Ionic, coinhiuiBK the effect, of phoaplioru. and
Iron, and is not t,mulst'n or irriteut.
Our r KKKA llD KLIXlit OK h.tKK is a j-leas-ant
Cordial, po. seaman tUs valuable properties of
Culiesys barw, and containa eilit grains of toe ry
rophoephaieof Iron ia each nuid oune; and in all
case, where a mild and ernuacious Iron 'iooie ia
deaired, will be lound a moat vaiueo!- preparation.
bamplea furni.hed to fbyMciaii. on appocaiion.
H KK VAGCiMt CKUs'l A eelecteu trom healthy
country ehildrtn, warranted reliable.
Hlw,lMN A IX S Cordial r.linr Cal eaya I'.art.
Alum and Kino LosenKes aad Crdoraie romb. 1
avngee, AU lb. above sold by LiratK.ts.
hKuKMs.N A CO.,
marT am Chemists and bri!&;ii. Mew York.
, lMASavtLLS, Ins., liec. SI, lse&. j
1)ROPF.RTY owners on College and Market
street., between the Square and hroad tweet,
are hereby nouned to eonsuuet new atone or brica
pavements, or to reei tne old ones wherever it i
required, in atnorjance With the rpe ir.'at:oas and
grades which wdl be furnifhed bv tneCiiy rlan aeer
on application. bad work muet be coiuma.'ed
within ten day. from this date, and purm! rapidly
to cvoipleuou, or the city will coatn. I wiito paruee
for the sum, and In. axpeua. wul be charged to
tb. property vwnara.
w ktrr HpnwN. Wawn.
Cincinnati Paper Warehouse.
Manufacturers and Whole.
77 A 7l Walnut 9tret, Ciacmuali,
KEfPeooKUnlly on hud. Kulvd C.p, Letleraed
Noes Capers, Printers' Klat Cat-, rnfioa. Han,
Lvueraxd Siot. i-apers, Koyai, Meoiuxc and Lwaiy
nt ioj rspera.
bOs Axentt for Ihs celebrated
Ivanaoe Mills Writing Papers;
Also MaDiifsctarara of
HOOK A.U .EMS PAPEKS.
Asm on hand, f.rorert Wrapixot: Papers, Manilla
Papers lor lTuj!et aad 1ry Ijoc-Is iss. ana a coin
piele stuck of
LIATHKR3 AUD BI.M-EBS' TUOLfl.
Binders Sued eut complete, ha Totds and Materia!.
Orders by Mad promptly tiled. feUM-lsa
1111!, LLOYD & McUIH,
lOa WEST SECOND UTILE IT,
cixcnnrATi. - - - ohio.
II!LL BsakBejMh advaerea eat enrnmnveeta
Coqcai. yuUarJ aa. all erxS-i. of IU
0000 u 7. aad wal aaa eseeiu. enters tut lb. eur
Btsslng. Reaw, rUnUton Sepplle, 4c.
IMJPOKTEK3 AND DEALEB3 IS
. H. LEWIS & CO,
Corner Chnrchaiul Mcmorr Siittts
I' KALE R-S IN
Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals
Window Glass. Pully,
Finest Brands Cigars and Tubaff o
Wines and Liquor
Very fine for Me.lu-insJ Purposes.
Air B. warrant ft' I theatv artiol.-fl to I Fr-i
TT au.l dire, ami w.il la hoM at the lowM
market rales. w iuvu th aifiituvu of our oi.l
CUN'omerit anl tlif puhli., hiiI r.Ti.--l a rail ami
j an AJtiinnatuB nf ur tix-k auU jr.cH trore m-
i:-K intir purrii;-.
Th) Pnrript on I V pari m wit will t-a nivlcr th
HlMrvial control of r itforonh 4hm'at, ftil mm mar-
ntnt alt ptfirnriiniir toirti-ud to m will ( a t
rHtfiif ni:.a.puitiei, ttt .til ..our J:ty ora-Ktit
I 14 -ail..
TICKET AND FREIGHT OFFICE
omiri K 3T. CI.Oi:i Hia -ei.
Tor. Church A Summer Struts.
TICKETS OX SALE
For all principal points, vi Nash
ville aud ( ImUniHX)'' li iiiiO'ni
To all principal points North and
North-West via Ntjilivtllei and North
Westeru hUilrotul to Jobtisuiiville,
Cairo and SL Louis,
C'Orw M KCl'l IN
At Cairo for t'lin ai'i) and all iult ruie
dialai MjviioiiH ,
At St. Iiuis with Hannibal and St Jo,
North Missouri and l'acitic lirtil
Koadri lor all points Nulla
Tra ns lesve ( hattsancira depot at " 10 a.m. and
f 4 p in. fr t'liaiumook't and poinla booth.
fa-hv;he aud Wortn- eimu-rn trains leav. at 7 SJ
a.m. and 4:iii p.m lor I -airo, M. Loui and t'bicaAf ;
ConuerLng el JoiitirMinviiie with
First Class Steamers,
whnre th rrfttt cBVrniMttNi haw Wa maIa
fur the intiH er ol paVAneusTM aad t k kcai
ba KIKT CIaASS si hr.MKK in raOJiift ua lha
Arnvalof aoh Irajn-
Baiirnninui tati- irfl at thm (iiUpa ia ( ropr a
on will be prompily attend, to
aHnartiea wal be caiieil tor ;n any vrt of trie
H. C. JACKSON,
Read! Reflect!! Act!!!
TARRANT A Co.:
C.entlimen I am a resident of l'uracoa,and have
been dlHpoeed to write to you row-rri.u ttie rM.1
valueol your MHI.I.KK Al'KlUf-.M a a reineuy
or iD'neiiiioii ana liy-pepie. I UeMire to eipre.ii
to you my sincere iflntituile lor lliexremt belient the
cr.Lii .s.n nss aoue my eile.
P or (our or rve year, my wife has ben aa.P.
arrncted with Dy.pep-ia, and al.er beias" under the
treatment of several liM?tirai''r two or Hire year,
sne ,u riaaliy indncMt lo sees trie sI.U-m of e
learned Phymciau, li Uir Caiual , o? Veuerue'a,
win, immeaiwiviv ireaie.! her wit ii: your p.rKrt'
Vr.si;e.f.T br.LIZrvH APF.hlK.N r. .ii. l-.-.u lo
improve at om e, so l m now PhHr KCTi.T W s.l.U
1 leei it t ue my duly lor trie good ol humanity lo
mn.e inis aiaienieai. i.-enn trials mHlH:ibe so vei
uarle ahouln be wi leiy known.
jm.iinK you wul ir,y u., public ty, aad repeat.
IBM Bay aaia-4t KTal'lu,le aad thaoki.
i aui very te.pw.L'iiuy y.ui-,
rt. 1. :. hE.NKItUKR,
New York, June 'tJ. Meicluui, tuaau, H.A,
Die sufl-nng mi lion, in our land tn rve this
resiieily a trial i convu ed that by its briMy u-e
niaoy uiay ee reue.e.1, uiatiy f-ure. ..I lly-.peia,
Heartbum, hour .utonuv:h, m ileeaw-i,, Uxsi-
Dmmm, in iletl'in, file., Cl. .U VeueiU, B liolsa At.
ia.-K Ajver ornpia,ui, nr.eurr iru A rriwtioiiM,'
Keeyt ttie Pain unlet of 'lMUniiiu..i. w.ln r. im j
tie, sud uo uvi us. tne mean ,ae a. .nil trie eiirice
m your riiyasuaa.
Maaufarturwi only by TAKKANT A OtJ.
Bre-nwica street, -w Tora.
assr iov sale t,v all ln-usi.
Tnira iNatioaal Bank
Jc..ph W. Allen,
Chaa. . Ilillman,
A. J. Ifuncan,
Dau 1 F. Carter,
TH m Rack baa opetted ia the bailsis latalyoe
cupied by toe
Corsstf Of t a ton and College streets, lo trtaia I a
Bankiar, Eithanre and tullrftini Butinru.
Boy aad seJ) all kinda of -,.nirrl Bemnfj ee
r v to. "e of to. .cv
W . W. BEJtity,
EIS, A si JU.VEH,
Dissolution of Copartnership
rpH C Coptrtoerahip b-etore ksvnvn trader the
X rm see style of tll ..hltri . HAl.lxMtN
Pno4oprw.. is hiatii.,. jieaolead lrrn tfoe
dele, T -. Husnee retiring from trie ourer. T
, BMWmaa awmit! sod li.ialauB ., j.w, J
U i"'m;.lh , S.W.UJU. A ALl-.AtAJI.
yeom7 1. in, lata,
I?JTT tma th ""e Brm. I trader my
e-alemi w.se,iMriw,B k, m, oW fru-a.1 tor ri
V? patronc. eri-M hae lira exteB.led .o u.
ad ir .rttru. loev will coat sue in do ih. em ,71
soy Isle partner, Mr Om: luna. faebns au-l tnat
be u.fti.1. eompet-al. aad w.d n ...ry eVn la
peaaiei i a.1 wemi stay fee. itupeseif te peiron a. i, m.
xas u villi:. ti:.x.
I soTooksrits.-l howsrspb. ol oc.,,ra .
federal nd Conlensrate. th trt,t .!
.ecliou in the west, Mr ta.'e. wholes... auj
roUd. Keiuember th p!-o, oa.i.cv: la,
Cumberland, JiCeaar streou cpihw.w i . .
mrcisl UvM. 'LriMi.
TTxn..s ;..,n ! chetkt 04 l -: .
rf.cr Lstkiu? C..., lw:.at. tre.'..nd, in
ot Al U lis Mr saUi at C. N. Umio'i l.i
kcr S L'iLcc,
o. 4a College atreet. I.
ae nriaai 1 .ember, sa K-tav of Waraioi.
snd lnstriK U.w h u.uo Meo. A,o, sue au I .
bats, treatment hr i-i. of t r ...,v M,t
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deniau.l, i m.i le tmni 1:1.
ill. aui eaaulleal 1.1
rkli'. invrti.i., -j
ul .re, fraaraelli
aceatel, aa l mrvme.i b.a.n. lal in u. a, i..,a
upon !! .k,-a. I,if 1, l iu ... t 1
huni-y t. od. Ival.r. i.n 1 . 1,
natiHiii)r,! mir lijel
Th- t'risinal and K-..t in the W..r!,l
The . ily tin and ii rwvt 11a r 1'ie. Ii:ii,
les, ivc.iabi. and lu.'.siiUiieoitt." I t !.!. .
nun. Jiaiely a .p.cu.iid b;. . or ti.tuial
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liclut'ilu'S the til rLVcl i,i I,
by ail l'ruisiA. 'lao)(':iu
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(liiweroutenipmi us 111.0 n.e, wl," .nil-: ti.. n ..,.ul;
ol KM'ir pll"l. M t'l.ti.lii.uii --iiii,. ..I -
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II A V I Nt . roturrji'.l spti with a lm
'l'n.uininj;e. Y oret.-.l-., i .Uvr,
to the old h. iii.-, 1 w. i,;, n- j . . 1..1.:
form the Lsdi.' of N.,.,'i,i... i-, 1 n,.
be prepare I to luttu 11 : ... uu.- .i.v kind ..t
l urdi, Tiin l, Itiiiiou-, I ini-n,
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to iMt'oaiiA! w th pun.-Uf.
by co&iuauiii ol Maj. ou. Kw.'rrt-i.
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