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rillTtD AD rt ELISHID BY THE
K1SBTILLK I'SIOJ PEISTIXG
SO'DAY, MARCH li, IS68.
AfiRIVAL IN'D DEPARTURE OP THE TRAINS.
Louinvillt and A'ashville Railroad.
Leaves Nashville t T 4i A. M
, ,, , .. 6 : P. M
Hum at Louisville c 01 f "J
- ft " A. M
I.... Ijinimlia at A- M.
imtM at Nashville-
7) P. M
SathvUU and Chattanooga Railroad.
Kuhnlto l ii.' -warn
Arrives at Chattanooga at.-..
Lhtm Chattanooga at
Arrives t Naehvilie at...
rV30 P M
5 P M
..s to a M
..iS A M
.4.uo e m
I - tTaerrere af - 12-
tmnti bhelbyTille at..
l,eae bneirryviiie ..
1 4 . P. M.
... aA. M.
1U:U5 A. M.
.1:20 P. M.
S :' A. M.
5.UU P. M.
atom at anr.cat
XaxhoiUt and Decatur Railroad Line
. - t A. M.
Arnv at iiecatur
leave " " .
Arrive at Na-hTille... -
Ive Columbia -
Arrive at Nee iinll
Arrive at Columbia
Arrive iU Lwcatur - -
. 7:05 A. M.
. : A. M.
. 45 P. M.
, 6. P. M.
, (00 A.
. tiM P.
. 7:30 A
. 7:SU P.
A rri ve at Nasbv die -
Haihville and Forth-Western Railroad.
leaves Nashville t 4 V) P. M.
Arr.v,. i Johnsonville at. ': P. M.
J..tioeoovil!e at to A. M.
Arrm at .Vtshville al :5" A. M-
Mai-iiiTclo roDn uon with rdeauier lor J'adu.
eh, Caro and U Louis.
Edgefield and Kentucky Railroad.
I Na-hTille 2 10 P. M
Arr.va. it Silt I ll Pt!l(J . 4:10 P. M
hpnogtieid . -2
.r.,ai Mu-hnll. Ibundavsexcetitedi.. lln"0A.Bt
Arrival and Departure of Lebanon Stage.
leaves Nashville, daily, at. A , JJ-
Arrives l-el-oon . ;
Leave U-i-mon al . A.M.
Arr.m at Na-iiTiiie. -- V i- u
Connect at lhanon with the ieaxJna Coach
every Buudav. Weuneauas ud 1 ridajr ; with Uip
Dut Mou. l C. h every Mon-I.y. VlrJ'1T n
FrWuy. Olti-e at fat. Cbatlea iiutel, .rtti Market
Arrival and Departure of the Xolcn.nillcand
Ive N"ahiHe on Tuwiday, Tliuraday and Hat-
uraav. Ketuninn, inumii .j, -
mly and triiiay
mux. "hi wire.
Urfice aiUiy Uulel, itaat aide
Innrlnnatl, Oblo 3mt.ru B. tirmn, it
our MUtboriMxl -at to receive dveiti!tneDU aod
uLerri(itiiiiui fut the XaJtrilie Union.
New Orleil, I.. Eowi K OvaAtt, of
lr. Ccmmemal Readme Booip. ii our autbonied
, Dt to rtrave adverUKmenU and uUcnpUon
lur Hi SathiilU Vnmn.
ll.mnlil. -Tenn D. II. Ti Co. are
our autherjied aenUi to rere.ve a.JverUamuU
and ufancnpt.'oni for the ifiOiiiH I num.
Joe Hoot Co.. Publiehm' A(SnU, 41 Park
R.iw. New Vork. are authonwsl Uicoulract for mL
vertJaiag 10 our paper.
J,)T, Cor A Co , PutJinheni' AKnui, Tribune Build.
lDir. ew lork, aod rliowa'i Iron Building, Phila.
delplna. r aiuhonied to contract (or advertu.uig
iu out pa(r.
H. M. PiTTaiLL A Co , T jlifheri Aepntj, S7
Park Row, Vork, nod Stale direct, Koeton,
are authoriied to conlraH for advertiwiig in our
Chamber or Commerce.
The regular weekly meeting of the Cheru-
ler of Commerce vu held yeetcrday, et
their rcxituf, Mr. 1'rcnidcnt Terr am ia the
The following Crnn were represented
Tc-rrmi Bro.; J. J. McCann; A. A. Bp fl
eer X Co.; iiouU 'llioiiinaon A Co.; He,ii,
:hadman k Co.; Cha. Xelion A Co.; Sutu.
Vauleer A Co.; Guthrie A Co.; Treppurd A
Co.; Jemee R. Cren A Co.: Jlo. TV". Wilunn
A Co.; Sickles A Co.; A'. Klanegan A Co.;
W. freeuian A Co.: Rhea A Smith- n I.
Benton A Co.: E. S. Bateman: fitr.it..
Poiuter A Co.; 8. A. Medary ; bailey, Ord
wr A Co.: Iuvi9. Vecoble A
Bhicldi A Co.; T. 0. Crunk A Co ; Mankel A
Krauk; UardcatIe,Gennett A Co.; McLaugh
lin, Butler A Co.; U. Parmele; A. A.
ErraJt A Co.: A. Merer Cs. W .1 T
The minutes of the previous meeting Were
read and approved.
The Chair then introduced Mr PrescotL
of Memphia, who addreud the Chamber a
hort time. He eaid that Col. Tail, nf iK.
Memphia A Charleston railroad, waa Ukin
e. , . . , - a
iueinpiiia ireiglit, in preference to all oth
and be hoped that the Chamber here would
ucceed in their controversy with the Xash
vine matunooga railroad. The Mobile
A Ohio road, hoover, was working against
ine interests of the city; it was charging
lmy cenU jr hundred, for ten miles of
running, ua lurther aid "tliat hy a com-
binalinn the nuisance of counterfeit frac
tional currency had been abated so much
so that there was scarcely a negro in Mem
phis upon whom counterfeit currency could
The following resolution was presented
by X. B. Pearea.
Rco!vrd, That the first meet In r of the
Chamber, as an Exchange, will be held on
Thursday next, at 1 o'clock, when it is ex-pectt-d
ail members will he present with
their sp.mples. Adopted.
Mr. McCann rose and asked permission
to make a few remarks. He said that he
wished to state how far certain newspapers
hsd aided them in their struggle
with the railroad. He said, that for the
recent publications cf the exposure of the
action of the railroad diacriminations, the
f.jllowina papers hsd charged:
fress and Times 20
umpatcn 32 20
Union aod American 30 SO
Tragedy at the Penitentiary.
A Prisoner Killed by a Maulac.
Oca Joa Office. We are executing every
dearription of plain and fancy Job Print
ing in the neatest style, and at toe lowest
I ricus, at this pfflee.
Vm Fale at this Office, one good second
baud Boiler. Will be s.ld cheap lor caeb.
Marriage Liceuncs and every description
i,l Law blanks lur sale at Ibis oihoe, or
l.riuled to order.
l'artics sending Orders to the Job
Ot'pHrttueitt of this Taper will please
w rite " I mou Ottice " ou the lace of
To Milk-men. Milk TirkeU (pints and
qiiftrts) ou diirrent colored card-boards, of
emit 1 4uality, for sale at this office.
I'or the House of Keprcseittatives.
Wear aulhortiod to announce Maj. i. B. Lawn
an a candidate, under '.tin Governor's proclamation.
Election March Slut, lei.
OrsKiso of mCHiiiRCt of Coaasara
The Chamber of Commerce will be opened
for daily meetings, on and after Thursday
next. It is to he hoped thst there will be a
Kiar. Yecterday, about ten o'clock, a
fire broke out in the building known as the
"Bishop's House," corner of Market street
and Railroad, occupied at preseut by a large
Lumber of families. A portion of the roof
waa consumed, causing a dsiimge of from
$ Ji'O to $!i)0, on which there was no insu
rance. We did not learn the origin of thi
PsiiishUs, Lace Curtains, Window Shades,
Cornices and Wall Taper. Large stock and
al lowest rates, just received by Hewitt A
.Marshall, No. 11 College street.
Mr. 6, lm.
Carpetings,Orl Cloths, Mattiugs, Prugits,
Rugs aud Mats. LargestsUnk in Nashville
ju"l received hy Hewitt A Marshall, No. 17
t'ollece street. Mar. -. lm.
Suits against the Nashville A; Chatta
We are glad to learn thul measures are
being taken to compel the Nashville A Chat
tauooga Railroad Company to c.mie to time,
aud censo W labor for the destruction of
Nashville and its interests. J. J. McCann
lias commenced suits again! thein for $10,
Ouil, and other merchants will follow, aud
wo are assured by the attorney, Messrs.
Null S.Brown and John S. Brien, thst for
every oflouee the Company it cer.ainly lia
ble for damages.
We hope the in ere hauls will put the mat
ter through. They have it in their power
to comprt the railroads to abide by the pro
visions of the law, aud to treat the people
of Nashville as if they had some rights
which corporations are bound to respect;
aud they should ply the laat till justice is
Years ago we have the authority of Mr.
Terrass for this the road was mulcted in
the sum of $JUO,000 for a similar case of
conduct; and they should be made U smart
Nashville gave $i00,000 to aid in the com
pletion of the roswL The bonds for the same
are now outstanding, and the people are
compelled tJ P? iuleresl ou thvm; and yet
that same road is eudeiiVoruig to ruiu the
very men .who contributed so much toil,
in the hour of need.
li the present managers of the Chatta
oooga road are not williug to do the fair
thing, let the Bute, instead of issuing bonds
to ud them, put its a 11 airs in the hands of
M receiver, as it cau do at any time; aud
theu we shall cease to have discriminations
gainst the interests of the State aad City.
ftiTM ct 0l Citusns. In anothor por
tion of our paper to-day will be found an
nouncements of the death of two old aud
worthy r itueus of Nashville. We have not
the data al hand when Mr. Greenfield first
embarked ia business in our city, but by
judsment, foresight and excellent business
tart., his success soon placed him in the
frx-ut rank of the mercantile community.
As a reward for his energy and ludustry a
competency was vouchsafed to him that
1 Uced him bef. u J the pale of waul. His
sleep in dea'.h is as serene as his life) was
calm aud quiet.
ir. Baker occupied maov positions of
...n.ta trust and honor, euiovioe al all
I. iocs the full confidence of those by whom
be was aurrouuded, and discharging f.uth
l.illy the duties of his Various positions.
Trace to hit remains.
1 i.ir Crm-c nr Hits. Crs, Ac. R. H.
i lion. i.ou, No. Cherry street, has receiv-
4 one of the lareesl assortments of hats,
, trunks, etc., in the city. Hit tock
ruibraces every variety which ingenuity
can suggest; there it no style of which he
has not a supply; and his prices are cheap
as the cheapest. Give him a call.
Two gentlemen, or gentleman and wife,
can obtain private oo.rui.. at fl Union
Total $97 20
He further stated that the Union, th
Banner, and the Gazette had published
them for nothing; and he had ordered h
clerk and other merchants had done th
same to withdrawal! advertisements from
the papers who charged for the correspond
enee, aud transier tnera to the other
The amendment waa voted by the Cham
bcr, and the bill passed.
Mr. McCann offered the following:
Resolved, That members of this Chamber
be requested to withdraw their advertise
menle, subscriptions and job work from the
Union and American, Press and Times, and
uispatcn; ana we hereby recommend all
true merchants of the city to extend their
patronage to the Banner, Union. Gazette.
and the German papers, and also that the
business of the Chamber be given to the
above newspapers, to the exclusion of oth
Mr. McCann staled that this resolution
did not arise from personal motives. He
had been friendly to the Union and Ameri
can; Ins house bau written the com
inercial articles for that paper, even up to
Mr. Medary slated that he had been a
newspaper man all his life, and never heard
of such a thing as charging for communica
tionsof this character.
Mr. Nelson favored the resolution, hut
wanted to hear the views of all concerned
He thought that when a paper became so
penurious as to charge the merchant lor
such communications as those published,
they ought to go down.
Mr. Vauleer favored the resolution, and
wanted the vote taken at once.
The resolution was theu adopted by aunan-
uious rising vote.
Mr. Proiident Terrast urged the mer
chants to bring suits against the Railrosd,
under the law. It was evident that the
mansgers of the road were not disposed to
acl liberally toward the citv.
Mr. McCann said he had brought suits
for $10,000, and he hoped that others would
do the same.
Mr. Terrass said tha; some years ago, at
Chattanooga, judgments had been rendered
against the Nashville a id Chattanooga Rail
road for $300,000, for a less offence than was
now committed. He urged those present to
act at once.
On motion, the notice of the opening of
the Chamber of Commerce on Thursday,
wss ordered to be published in the Union,
Banner, and Gazette, and the German pa
pers, as an advertisement.
Mr. Vanleer offered the following:
Rcnolvcd, By the Chamber of Commerce,
that the action of the Committee with re
gurd to the d:seriminstion on the part of the
N. A C. and N. A N. TV. Ruilroads, be fully
sustained; and tbis Chamber hereby de
clares that it will relsx no ellorts and leave
no stone unturned, until the cuds of justice
are attained in our behalf.
Mr. Jas. R. Greene said that the mana
gers of the Chattanooga Railroad had said
that if the merchant had not commenced
the war on them, the difficulty might have
been adjusted ; but now no compromise
would be submitted to.
The resolution wa adopted.
Mr. President Terrass called attention to
the excellent sample desk of Messrs. How
ertou A Co., Saddlers. He urged others to
follow their example.
Thiatxs. Last night Miss JeanJIIosmer
commenced the second and last week of her
engagement. She was honored by a large
and highly appreciative audience, who fre
quently testified their approval, by enthu
siastic bursts of applause, which she richly
merited. Mis Uosnier is mott certainly by
far the best artiste that has graced our
boards since the great Nashville favorites,
Julia Dean and Elixa Logan, when in the
zenith of their glory, and it is not fulsome
praise to say she combines the grace of one
with the elocutionary power of the other,
the appeared to the greatest advantage last
evening, as Julia, ' in the ever popular
play of the Hunchback, aud throughout
the performance, kept her audience perfect
ly entranced, completely electrifying them
in the fifth act. She was mest ably sup
ported by the stock company, who, during
this lady't engsgemcnt, have proved them
selves actor of very superior merit. The
afterpiece of "The Secret" brought out the
comic powers of the establishment, and
sent all home in good humor. En jas$ant,
we must not omit mentioning the delicious
wtorccaax performed by the Orchestra, un
der the abU leadership of Mr. R. Mtddern,
which give additional incentive for paying
this admirably conducted theater Visit.
We wish the enterprising manager all the
success he deserves, and feel certain if he
continues (at he hat hitherto done) giving
bis patrons the best talent in the market,
he will Gud the citizens of Nashville will
not be behindhand in their acknowledg
This evening Miss Uosnier appear as
"Juliet," in Shakespeare's great tragedy of
Romeo and Juliet, a part well adapted to
display her great histrionic powers. Secure
your seats early if you wish for good ones.
YorTHrrL Rscxitsjxxss Yesterday af
ternoon, two youthful boys, ia returning
from school on Spruce st.-eet, became engaged
in a playful scuffle, when one of them made
off into an alley, and the other, in order to
"bead him off," made a circuit around the
block on the corner of Church and Spruce
streets. Comiug rretty close together at
the mouth of the alley making into Church
street, and the fleeing party considering
himself hemmed in, threw a rock with such
force as to inflict a terrible wound on the
head of his scbucl-tuate. Such occur
rences as these are unfortunate, and should
be regretted by all. W refrain from men
tioning names, as w feel sure that steps
will be taken by those whose duty it is in
the premises, to administer the proper correction.
See a Woman
In another column picking Samburg
U rapes lor S peer's Wine. It is an admira
ble article, urd in hospitals and by the
first-class familie in Paris, London and
v-e7 york ia preference to old port wine.
1. -.11 worth a trial, and rive great
W art Wired to la Adatat Expres for
TVe are indebted to Ed. TVillard, Union
street, for the Sunday Cincinnati Commer-
mercial, and the Louisville dailies of yes
terday. He received lots of other good
reading last evening.
Acctiom Bali. We call attention to the
auction sale of clothing, boots, shoes, etc., by
eo. Shields A Co., elsewhere. There U a
chance for bargains.
Borne seventeen yesr since, a man named
Mike Mitchell was tent to the Penitentisry
for robbery, for a term ot fiftesn yetrs ; but
before the expiration of the period of his
sentence, he became insane violently in
sane so that he was kept in irons for four
yetrs or more, previous to the late chanee
in keepers of the Penitentiary. Mr. John
ton, desirous of relieving him as much at
possible, yet unable to get him into to the
Lunatic Asylum, though his term of service
waa out two years ago, loosed him about
nine months ago, and he ha tine evinced
considerable docility, though hit mental
faculties did not in the least improve. He
wa allowed the liberties of the prison, and
was not regarded as dangerous ; though oc
casionally he indulged in curious freaks,
hut tney never resulted in any harm.
A few day ince, not liking something
wmcn was tlone by some of the assistants,
Mitchell immured them in cells,and taking
the key from them, locked them up; and
they were only relieved ome hours after
wardsMitchell having told the keeper
what be had done with them'. He i a
powerful man physically, and hence was
not eiisily handled, and wa thus able to do
pretty much as he pleated.
On Saturday last, he had a large ttick in
1 1 1 1 ...
mi uanu, wnen oe was approached by a
pninner named Charles. Wells, who wa
called the ''handy man" about the concern
that is, he did chores around, and could
oe readily trusted, and waa consequently
allowed a larger liberty than the other in
mates of the building, and who asked
Mitchell what ha was going to do with that
stick. Some retort, of a jovial nature en
sued, when Wells, feeling assured thst
Mitchell intended mischief, commenced
playing with the stick, with a view to get
ting it awsy from him. The maniac at first
appeared to take the whole matter as a joke;
but after a little scuffle, he grew tngry, and
drew a knife, and stabbed Well to the
Well was about 27 years of age, and had
been an inmate for the past seven yeers
having been sent there from Memphis for
manslaughter. There were so many miti
gating circumstances, however, connected
with his case, that Gov. Brownlow had
promised him a pardon, aod had he not
been slain, a few davt would have found
him at liberty.
R. EL. SINGLETON,
2 rt v.
Post Office Building',
supreme Court Decision.
Perfection of Family Sewing Machines,
i-s-6- -J J tes---3tgMMea,
At the Tennessee Agency, So. 6 Union 8ireet.
LALHO THIS WELL KNOWN
Twist, Linen and Cotton Threads. Keedles. etc.. duplicate rterts of Msehinea constant!
on hand. Machines repaired. Aeents WHnted and liberal inducements offered.
OAMP & ELLIOTT. General Agents,
2d Floor, No. C Union Street, near Market.
Janl3-tf NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE.
Govern mint Sales. Col. Fletcher, Medi
cal Purveyor United State Army, sells to
day, a luge quantity of blankets, dishes.
ic. The public should attend.
Captain Hamil also sella the following
Three ' 3) Locomotive Eneine. in run
ning order, five feet ruare,
Three (3) Dismantled Locomotives, nn-
Forty (e) Box Cars, more or less.
Thirty (30) Flat Cars, more or less.
Same time and place, the three larre
Store Houses of the of tha United States
Military Kailroad, situate in close proximi
ty to the Chattanooga Iepot, and of the fol
One (1) 124x33x24. with addition of 124x-
One(l) 120x36x19. with addition of 31x-
Together with the surplus property then
remaining on hand, consistine of one hun
dred tons, more or less, of Cast and Wrought
bcrap iron, umce r urniture, &c, Ac.
Italian Awnings made to order. Furni-
ure covered and repaired by Hewitt t Mar
shall, Ko. 57 College etree;. Mar. 8, lm.
A very large Spring Stock of the latest
patterns of Wall Paper and Window Shades,
comprising all styles and qualities, in store
nd for sale by Mkhritt k Hill,
47 Church street, MayGeld Building,
mii8-tf Opposite Maxwell Hotel.
. S. Gr. WOOD,
WHOLESALE DEALER IN
GROCERIES AND FAMILY SUPPLIES.
No. 45 Union Street,
Has on Hand and is Constantly Receiving
Superfine Family and Extra Family Flour and Meal,
Family Hard-water and Toilet Soaps,
Mackerel in barrels, half-barrels and kits,
White Fish in half-barrels,
Salmon in kite,
Sugar-Cured and plain Ilams, Eacon and Lard,'
Butter and Cheese,
Eio, Laguyra, Maracaibo and Java Coffees,
Green, Black and Japan Teas,
Sugars, of all qualities and grades,
Golden Syrup and Molasses,
Maccaroni, Tapioca, Sago and Vermacelli,
Kice, and Pearl Barley,
Tomato Cateup, Cumberland Club and Pepper Sauces,
Lea & Perrin's Worstershire Sauce,
Englibh and American Pickles,
Kaisina, Currants, Citron and Sardines,
Snuff, Tobacco and Cigars,
Canned Peaches, Plumbs, Cherries, Blackberries, Raspberries
Oysters, Salmon and Lobsters,
Spice, Pepper, Nutmegs, Cloves, Ginger, Cinnamon, &c,
BL Carb. Soda, Saleratus and Yeast Powder,
Wrapping Paper and Paper B gs,
E. R. Durkee's Extarcts,
Tubs, Buckets and Brooms,
Ale and London Porter in bottles,
All ot which I am offering at Lowest market
Oall nutl indsre ioi yourself.
The New Orlean Mayoralty.
John T. Monroe, Mayor elect of New
Orleans, has been sworn in, but ia not
permitted by the military to perform
the duties of the oflice. The following
ispatch of the President, and orders
of Gen. Canby, will explain the condi
tion of affairs at last accounts :
TVsa PirAiTMENT, March 17, 1SG8.
To John T. Monrce :
Yonr teleeram of to-day is just received.
n answer thereto 1 send you a copy ot the
telegram sent by me to Mayor Kennedy, in
regard to the Mayoralty of New Orleans :
TVabhisgtos, D. C, March 16, 1S6.
on. Hugh Koanedy, Major of N. Orleans:
1 have no instructions to give in regard to
urrendorine the Mayoralty of New Or-
eans to the person who has been elected to
filj thst position.
We have no information snowing lue
ection wss not regular, or that the indi
vidual who has been elected cannot qualify.
In the absence of sucb inlormation the
presumption is. that the election baa Oeen
according to law, and that the person elect
ed can take th oaih of allegiance and loy-
lty, if required. Asdifw johkson.
rresiueni 01 10s tuiwu duiwi.
BDISSrSOM THE MUOE-OESEKALCOMSJAKDIKO.
Hesdu'is, PxrAtTntiiT or LonsiiN, )
"ew Orleans, La., March 1, 1886. j
Special Orders 2o. 63.
J. It appearing that John T. Monroe and
ames O. isixon, wno receiveu, niimuis-
v. at the late municipal e.eelion, a majority
. .t ... J.I
1 the votes lor tne omce 01 Aiajor aua ai-
erman, may come within the classes 01
exceptions mentioned in tne rresiueui s
proclamation of amnesty, neither having
received a special pamuu, mcr ' u-
mded from the exercise of any of the
nctions ot those olhcee until their case
can be investigated, and the pleasure of the
resident be made Known ; oui mej win
allowed to take the oath of office, and
the Mayor elect will be allowed to adminis
ter the usual oath to the persons elected.
The remaining persons elected will, upon
complying with the requirements of the
Constitution ana laws 01 m cuaie, ue 111-
neu.l into oliice. aud the municipal Gov
ernment of the city, as thus constituted, aud
ilh the two exceptions above mentioned,
declared to be orgsnixed and in full force
ud vigor. .
By order of Maj. Gen. E. R. S. Canby.
TViceuam norma, A. A. U.
Official: XaTBan'I UiubaXE, First Lieut.
. A. A. U.
HEADoTAtTtR Pew. or Locisiaka, 1
New Orleans, La., March 1, lsC
Special Orders No. 63.
S. J. Ad. r.ozier, Esq., is appointed My-
or of the city of New Orleans, pro tempore,
and will act in that capacity until the mu-
cipal Government ot the city 11 organized,
1 provided fr by the ljlh section of the
tv charier, in the case ot the sickness or
temporary absence of the Mayor.
Py crder of Msj. Gen. L. R. S. Canby.
William Hoffmax, A. A. (J.
Official: Xatbamkl 1uan, rim rueul.
A. A. A. U.
Lotsc by the Opera Houte Fire.
S N Pika Il.l'S'.O'O
G A. CAMPBELL..
.B. W. SPIRE
CAMPBELL & SPIRE,
(SUCCESSORS TO H". CAMPBELL.)
Importers 0" and Wholesale and Retail
' ' ' " " '" 1 ''''' Jtt''1
TTashisgtos, March 26. The Supreme
Court of the United States to-day decided
the case of Michael A. N'oien tnd others, tt
the Board ef Assessors of the city of Alba
ny, defendants, in error, at the suit, Adam
Tan Ailen, plaintiff, in error ; and other
eases. The question presented wa whether
the share cf the stockholders in the Bank
ing Association, crested under the act ol .
Congress which provides for the creation of
.-auonal .Banks, can. be suoje:ted to taxa
lion by the State authorities. Associate
Judge Nelson delivered the opinion ot the
court, holding that shares held by individ
ual were not a part or the capital ot a lnx.
out must be considered as personal property
of the shareholds, and, a such, subject to
taxation by the Stale, in? decision of the
courts below must be reversed, on ground
that there waa a discrimination between the
(hire of these Banks and the capital stock
01 oiate o&qki.
Chief Justice Chase received the minority
opinion, not being able to concur that a
State had the power claimed, which was
an indirect made of taxing national securi
ties, which was not authorized or intended
to be authorized by Congress.
House. House resolutions offered last
Monday by Mr. Rger in regard to the
federal and Lonlederate debts came up as
the first business in order in the morning
hour. Mr. Rogers spoke in support oJ
them, consuming a whole hour.
Mr. Grimmett introduced a bill to estab
lish a manufacturing Estatical Division in
me Treasury Department, itead twice
and referred to Committee on Manufacturing.
The Speaker presented a letter from the
secretary or the Treasury, transmitting the
annual Report of the buperintendentof the
united btate Coast Survey for the year
i-" , omen was iaia on tne moie and or
dered to be printed.
Mr. Elliott submitted a resolution to print
S0U0 copies of the Report 2U00 for distribu
tion by the Superintendent, and 1000 for the
use 01 members, tteleired to the Commit
tee on Printing.
The Speaker also presented a letter from
the Secretary ol the Navv, transmitting his
Report in reply to the resolution of the 21st
of February, enquiring the cost at which
the Government can locate a naval station
at Canton or Balleeore ; which was. on mo
tion of Mr. Phelps, laid on the table, and
ordered to be printed.
Mr. Morehead presented a joint resolu
tion from the Legislature of Pennsylvania,
urging the repeal of the tax on crude oil or
petroleum. Referred to the Committee on
Wars and Means.
ew York, March 26. Information in
the State Department, shows that the rebel
streneth east of the Mississippi, on the 4th
of February 1S65 was lU2,0t)tf, and west of
tne Mississippi tli,UUt. .Lee s army waa 64,
000. Hood's loss 2'.,000 in the Tennessee
campaign. In the testimony before the
Committee of the Rebel Senate, Lee, on
January 24th lb63, said the Confederacy
had not troops enough to last till the mid
dle of the summer. By freeing and arming
negroes we could not carry on the war
over a year longer al the utmost. Almost
unanimous for peace, he was willing to take
any position that m ght be assigned him,
but uo human power could save the cause.
Mr. Kelly offered a resolution, which wa
objected to, requesting the Secretary of the
Treasury to communicate a statement of
trade with the provinces of British North
America, and especially Canada in 18i4 and
1B65, respectively, the values being esti
mated in gold, aud specifying what propor
tion of such trade was with us, and what
article, if any, was exclusively to us; also,
the tariff laws now in force in Cansda, with
a statement of the nature and extent 'of
the changes msde there since ls65, and also
the returns of the Canadian canal fur 1363,
illustrating their value, and the iuiportauce
of the tree navigation ot the river bt. Law
rence to American commerce, together with
such information brought down to the pre
sent, as may be in his possession, and may
assist in correctly estimating the trade re
sources of said provinces, and their relation
to the trade and production of the United
Mr. Starnes introduced a bill to authorize
the building of a military and postal rail
road from Cumberland, ou the river Poto
mac, in the State of Maryland, to the city
of Pittsburg in the State of Pennsylvania,
which wa read and relerred to a special
committee on military and postal railroads.
On motion of Mr. Starnes, two members
were directed to be added te the special
Subsequently Mr. Thomas called the mat
ter, assuming that the increase ot the com
mittee would bring up again all the matter
already decided by it, and moved to recon
sider the vote ordering the increase.
After considerable debate, the House re
fused to suspend the rules to allow the
motion to be reconsidered, the vote being
43 to 54.
The Speaker then announced the appoint
ment of Mr. Washburne.tof 111., aud Mr.
Wilson, of Iowa, as the two additional
Fortress Monroe, March 24. A business
meeting of the stockholders of the Seaboard
and Roanoke Railioads was held a few days
ago in Portsmouth, Virginia. The report
ot the General superintendent gave a gen
eral history of the working of the road, and
the contracts undertaken to secure it speeuy
completion towards gocd running order.
The repairs and running of the road was
resumed on the 13th of September last. The
road suffered much during the war by the
uneoergetic efforts of the Superintendent
and Manager. The road wa run to th
Roanoke river on the 3rd of December.
The bridge over Roanoke river is not yet
finishsd. The travel and local freights are
such as to induce the belief that the busi
ness of the road will ere long resume its
former status, and thus prove a valuable
feeder to ISorfolk and Portsmouth.
J RIVER AND STEAMBOAT NEW S.
Since our hvit there has been another rise
in the river, but the water is now nesrlv ou
a stand, with scant six feet Water ou" the
Em peror .. ....
There were no departures.
For LcuisTllIe and Cincinnati.
1 sterer 1 "i ' I
j. li i-arKer.
Will leave mm ...I :l inr.mtti.iu ....- .
TCkar-A Y, Uie STth mt at 4 p.m.
or fheght or fM.-ge PPiJ CD board or to
mariT-lt . a. PKEBLE-. AmbL
V T vrr nif v1' :
o' '-Vh vi i in m 14
j'j Tn TH Vn:
lH IT Vpf YT1 tI 4i
James W. eArr.iPres.
JA S. WIS, Sept.
QNE of the sue Passenger Steamers
V, UI leave NsehviU J every Tuesday aad Friday
and Cincinnati everv tt edoexdnT and'
AUclaims agaiuM the aiove Company will ie aJ-
WMWl,OB prfHQUUIOO, PT
A. A. OfKM lK CU., SC!Ai Ata.
D? A.RICHARD JONES' DISPENSARY1
11"' ', - 1 S i . s - - i tc - ' -"- 1
FOR PRIVATE DISEASES.
Corner Church and Colic m ua.
Auction Sale of Furniture.
Tom. C. Crunk will sell on TVednesJav
March 2Sth, inst., atth residence of Joseph
tisasser, corneroi pruce and Luion streets
all of his Household and Kitchen Furniture
bale to commence at Id o'clock, a.m. Ail
are invited to attend this sale.
Tom. C. Cbcsx,
Mar. 2i-3U Auctioneer.
TT EG EM AX a Co's G EN V I NK M f Din N A L COD
Uer OU baa prored. bv tweoiv irm'
experience, the ninet yaliwiile remedy in use, as
wane ucurae inediseaee, it ij vee Mrrogth and nen
to the paiiect. Warranted pure and male irom
' reeh Uer, wuh ereal cure, without any artihcial
HKGEMAX k CO..
marT-Cm Chemists and Lfrugjiists, ew Vork.
a maay palate, a at all are thai
SMOLAXDEE'S EXTliACT Bl'CKU
cure DISEASES, RHEUMATISM CRI.
NARY DISORDERS, GRAVEL, WE4KSE-H and
PAIN3 in the BACK. FEMALE COMPLA'NrS,
and DISEASES arising from EXCESSES, more
qu'etly and effectually than any fluid f t tntct
Bncku in the market.
B TAKK NO ortJKK.
Bold by all Apothecaries. Price II. ;
D. BARNES k CO.. New Vnrlr n'j UACVir
WARD CO., New Orleans, Houtheru A gnis.
BURLEIGH k ROWERS. U hnli.
Boston, Maw., General Agent. febia ly '
Silver Plated and Britannia Ware,
Castors, Forks, Spoons,
Sable Cutlery, Tea Trays, &c.
LAMPS and COAL OIL
;CinsATi, March 20.
Ftora dull and prices tending downwards. We
quota small sales choice ettra at i 50.
Co an uU and prices eatier, mixed is quoted st
52c in elevator.
Oats firm and in demand at 41a45 for No. 1, No.
i advanced to 40c.
Notoing done in Barley er Rye.
'Sijcraus dull and prices unchanged.
Waiter very dull, aod W bhls at 25 ia bond.
Met Pork sold at J it 00 for city.
Lard dull at 18c.
Provision very dull and pnc6 nominal.
Balk Shoulders yc nackod. Bacon dull. Shoul
ders esn be booght at U."v', 8'd Uc, and clear
Sides t l?tc.
Butter scarce and prices advancinj.
Bji ieirsi i ----- LZLJ
W. B. CORH RLir. J. J. S. MOOR.
A. H. ROBINSON.
W, R, CORNELIUS 6 CO,,
AT TIIK OLD STAND,
No. 49 Church Street,
J-AVE 00 ,,!iuJ Koi supply cf all kw.li cf
CASES and CASKETS,
Wood, Cloth, and Velvet Cofins
ALL KINfH JE
Uiifi ill Olotliiiig'.
The best HEARSES and CARRIAGES
in the City.
Good, attentive aeuslante. aud evervtluas oecea
sary, as tieretofore,
lis l J Mi; - .: J i ill;
XCstiilli8lioa in 15?7, nt
KAVIKG FOR FEVKRAf, YKAR3 NOTICFO THV. Vr.?.
treatment lor tltlt IK IlKl' tsl:s l.r ih.. n ..; . . ,.
caustic Injectious, with
that these d aseases 1114U1 be
J, etc., was nr.'ti-e.i
'ino More ply.it'.it
Old Course of treatment
rhysicisns are constantly annoyed ly pstionts n' irr'rj w
Pr. JONK4 has discovered a uii'de id lie:tl:nMit t r linv n
leasure than a pain. 11. tr.11 meut liss uadi..-'ne a l!i.,
ha been found much m re e.l.i lent tlisn mv it: r. lis 13
complaint o!" patients with secondary fyph.iiis, -:iea icg .
torus priviuced by the Old llool 1 ri-ntiuent.
Dit. JUNuS rhiir?'S are the s-nnie 1:1 s i im w w I
week's attention that he would lor no mv. li, nal it ; i f
cure as speedily ss possible.
th se.Mii !'t
t n i l. .'in
er w.'.H ii.ai. v ivun
In all esses, which saves to the prtlier.t the estr.o s.nt l-n.-rs .1 ,..! : ... ,
iMTiplmus, which will, m nintiy cssf, e.!i in. .re ttmu the li. . ! 1. s . ,:
sides you save ycurself the pr. Lsluliiv of ep..iiie, ,u c-ilin.c !. - tl.e 1. . : ,.,
!rug btore. The oil'.- is so nrnri''l llmt ;i. -ii t.i-:.i ... . u w i. ..- u.,
business aud correspondence t l KI'lLY 1 " 1 : i V A I' t-.
I'atienU and slrungers, iu vintiiij;
Dv. Jones' 3Jispcn.s'ary,
Shonltl b fart'.i'ulHr in rocsH 1o tlio THHultr of tht Street, ;n it., i.- .? .-tl -r
u trie viciu tv wliu'h rt-pinb.i tfic-e .Mt.h.
A lam S.'ii w.'l l-t l.tuti.l i-wr tii ?-r.
All cumiiiuait hi ion- by in ml cr th.i w ..-f tht.u 1 hi, I: .',,! t
DK. A. BXCKAIU3 JOIJES.
I'lspensn'v, N". - j IV..I.T1.
tt& All Cotnmunicatioiis to eutiur
to pay return jiootsge.
St., or !'..
IF YOU ARE SICKi
An bid Song, tot lo
We also attend to the removal of bodie to and
from other poinut at reasonable rstes, and to lb
saUHfwtion of parties emp oyinft ns.
we keep ainn on nsna a oi supply or umikk
fAKEKS' MATKKIM.. m. h we will furnisn lo
Undertakers whan desired at reiwonabi rales.
L. L. COLEMAN.
Assorted Crates tor Country Trade.
y - r
ALWAYS ON HAND" AT
No. yL Public Square.
Priest Reduced on all Imported Goods in tha earn. Pro
portion as the declina In Gold.
Persons unacquainted in the city seelnr
so tnanyadvertieement for the treament-
of Special Diseases, are often at loss to det
temine to whom to entrust the treatment
of such ease. To such persons w. take
f. leasure in stating that the oldest estab
iahment of this kind is at No. 13 Deaderick
treet, and thit should be a sufficient guar
antee that thi i a reliable institution. Da.
A. Richard Joasa may be found in hi of
fice during th. hour slated in his general
advertisement. All wudicisus Jurnuhtd in
A C I'nera
R W Carrol. . Co
ttumcer k 1" i
A ami 1 1 pras L n ,
O H Hareel , ,
K Sumusa .
hrraat, HlraUou A lsHaa
hli. ker bluiari baiooa
J K Haw ley . i..
Nibien. Auc.SMon ...
li H haldwi
8 Holme k Doe- .
F P Halav -
1 K Whuey -
OUiar lo: .... -
.. Il.Tal.OOU (uA.&OO
If any of the people of Tenne are
anxious to see more anarcnv, eiiiioa and
revolution, thev can do so by takins; pas
aaee upon the bolter's passenger packet, the
littie stern-wheel steamer "Secession So. t "
S". b. o lile prenerver on ooara. in
serirrs must furnish their own provisions,
beudmg and liquor. lrt "d owi.
How about the medicine, such as qui
nine, and th. like?
JpsT received by at. A.
Ua Oon enrnent
Pamah Co CoUetw
Kacs of Cera,
1 fu of i1,
1 no fta.s of hmn,
AU Foreiga ood. whk-Ji comprise a larte are portion of our stock, we import direct from th.
Pouenee, and all Amenoan maauact'ire. emar fmm in. Mtmii...... . ut
compete with i any marlcetin tne Umteu Stalea, only a-iding tned.rjitraooem'iraiuiportation; and as both
enjrwJ with M. CampDell for many Tews, we, tberafora, oatiw
.up7;ytn. w"o7h.Lpu;, u"a' mih to ""r7 er. fully prepared lo
PnUi&Ur AlUttioa pill lo Packing and Snipping.
OAj&IPBKLL tSc SPIRE,
Thi vie, which U never practiced ia
th. presence of any on., has proved th.
everlasting ruin of thousands of th. nobleet
ana most talented young men that .ver
?av. tongue to .loquanc. or pen to aong.
t ha destroyed health, blasted th. consti
tution, and reduced the n.ia.-atl. victim tc
a living skeleton. Nor are these iu final
and fatal effects ; in it pain are scattered
th. rain cf reason, th. most melancholy
light that can meet mortal .yes. To b.
cured permanently of thi aiBiciion, call oa
ir. Itelaman, flo. M .North Cherry street.
or addre him by letter, Boi sol, Nash
vrti. rsnn. !t-t'
Iron Works for Sale,
THE Stockholders ha Tin ae directed, the Prei
deol will otter said proirty for aaie. at au.m.
ou the fim Tueaday ia A pnl neit, ia At ania, un-
lee sold at private aaie tenors tnat Jay. This pro
perty w keraiM 40 tmiea aooTe Atlanta, on boia
sides of the Weetera k Atiactic IU..r..i. Taere in
ltJ arrea or land, a reasonable poruon of it aood
farming land, aad tb balance valuable for wood and
minerals fold, copper and iroa : th. ino ore
eeaaiiuc to be laexnaustih'e, and the array ere beinc
emMd amor.f tne beet ia the worid. The Cora
aad Flouring M.iia aad Iron U orsa ar only aooie
half nu rrorn the Ailaionna depot, on Aifatoom
Creek, wbtrh furaiahae tt- water power. About
haif of Uie v.liae of Aileawna ber tc the pro
perty. Some cf th buudin bein eaurmy .e
aer..Ted. other damaed, au IM work .na eio.-:
tMtur, entirely deatfuyed, others damaged, aU the
worsinc asoct being lo. aad a ma-oniy of t."e
MocA .'kulders being cniped in en wane by the rmrm
gee of war, hare determined ue eomoany to sell
ralhartliaa auanpt, uadar the cuxni mm ancea, u
inlonuabca in dated can he pmcuead t y eocsnjt
ing. 1. U. M cLiA N ii 1
(eU ra Auania. (.a.
Hadfield's Union Firs Works,
1st POUTER Chrneee rira-Opsckera, Rarketa,
AKv, Masoiactarer Iatarwe. Ae, Jeo
a uarge aanriinni of hia on isnwonaiiaa ef
T.f. o Tauef boode,
Z fa Btmi, nM road way, Sew York C.
NOVELTY MACHINE WORKS.
J. T. Mackenzie & Go.,
ENGINEERS AND MACHINISTS,
No. 17 Pesderick Street,
-1I''1U. attend the er-t.ii(r of all kmisofMa
1 ctliner?. V.., Oil Wa u. Kninnaa aad Ma.
chioery mrniahed oa tas beet of terms. Areola Inv
trm n-ieoraiwi Bieam Eng aes. mm Hoit, LUI
N irhuiery ef i. li. Moooev, el Craranah. yanooi
arvning to parcnasw would do well lo eoDeall ua,
aa we unok we can acrommudata them. All ma
chinery roiht at o will ravw our paroaaJ aliee
sjen in the erestioa of n. Wssrs atdl ia tha Bee
ing Maciebueinea,aad have some frwmacbiaes
left tiiai w u n a ter cheeo. we also aiiaad
to the heoecal Reoair ng Baaioeea, Key FiUiag,
BeU Uangg, Brae ouadiac etc
Trusteed Sale of
BT virtu, of s Peed of Trust made to men Trus
tee, on the ar.ih of Ai.nl. let, and dulv r .
tered lo the Kertner's ott.e of IaTidrn county
in Bonk Sii. I'P Its, 4il, 1 w 11, on 8ATI KDAV, the
Mth day of Marrh neit eipoee So I ubue sale, oa
tha premises, oalene sooner d:poed of at pnrat.
Ale, that valnaNe lot ei lending frctn Market to
water street, tn ItaehviUe, tronuag aboot ose bea
dred and s xteeo feat on aacb strMl, and known aa
the Bishop M iles Pr-perty. A p an will be pretarad
bfore the eaie. Term: One third eaeb, and in
raeidoe ta one and two year with leuraet JHotas
with good security required, aod a lea retaiaed.
KtiSJ-w aa o. a.vi.a, IruAVea.
THK above mentioned sale ta postponed until
8AlLKX.AV,theidiiTof o-l aetL
nsariV-td J.o. O. !., Troatee,
Cotton, Tobacco Factor
FerrTardlsfr and femnisslcn1
Ho. 6 Broadway, Ulwsi. Proassstd Martnst Stress.
TITILL atwt promnSJy to tniaf orders Swaonta-
era stercbaata, aa4 Tmpm C'-WJ SOijcit
antsani trcai Nuruwra Menbaeta.
tAir mwtle ts sA
City Shoe Ntor,
OPPOSITE THE ST. CLCJ3 H3TLL.
um tupt return.
K. I. UiJi.
Ginseng, Feathers, Beeswax.
rrfl high arkx pna w.Il he paid, ta rooda
A. Of eeeh, tbw ITUg ritor of R. V. Jwi u .
l, eKk al orth Itarkat mirmmi. i f.-ia 4 old
BUAO) sus ssHt J-eataeia a&4
aaurn die. Ull .. wasted..
AMONGST the many complimentary
notice given us by the prrag of tbis
city, we know of none which we dec-m
u coming with bo much heartfelt sin
cerity, as the following from the XajtK
vellc Daily Union :
" At a period like the present, rvhen our
city is filled to overflowing with a transient
population, and diseases prevail to an ex
tent hitherto undreamt of, it is prpt-r that
the tuesns of cure should be of ready ac
cess, and that those immediately interested
should have information which Will lead
them to avail themselves of competent
Medical advice. Men who hsve been edu
cated in the best schools of the profession
of Medicine, and been successful in a prac
tice of many years, are surely wirtby of
confidence; if they have given their atten
tion exclusively to one branch of the pro
fession, and mad. themselves masters of it,
they have still mora right to expect sup
port, more particularly if they have slurri
ed proof ef their ability to cure. To this
latter class belongs Ph. J.. L. COLEMAN,
who, in his specialtv, has been a beuetactor
lo the arHicted, an J may ever be relied ou
aa a sale and sure physician."
We respectfully inform our friend
that we may still be found at our oflice,
relieving those afllicted with
Also, all Female affliction arising from
functional derangement of the WuMB
and irregular Menstruation.
All my preparation can be sent by
Ezpreaa to any portion of the country.
L. L. COLEMAN, M.D.,
M North Cherry Street,
Post OSes Box ioi. Nashville, Teen,
IS THE MOST SUCCESSFUL
(if the TreHent Ape.
His Tractice now Extends over
1M Ulb'KKItluNX BTATHH.
With h's General Prm'ti'-e, he trnt the fi.llnw-
r.beuinHtism, Affections of the Lnrr,
Diseases of the Throat, bweiie 1 .!. ut. Mill
Limbs, 1'lcurisy, 1'ains, I' leer, t 'ain-t-r, t.'i
vtl. Diseases ot the lienrt Slid Liver, i ill.i
muti.ia of the btoium h, Neiirniiu, K in 'n
Kvil or Scrofula, Dea:oei, lii.i-.,. of tne
Eye., Debilitated Systems, lvp.pv or
Indigestion, and Consumption, tm;ei her with
all I'rivate Diseases, and LisiHen of the
TO THE LADIES!
Ail sfte Uons of the Womb tresie.) w lh su-ce
Toung Married I.l e. who-n
been not to hnrg lortti 'u dun (
me either by letter or ia pernio.
Of all grade, Primary and KK'on iry, renovate J
from the byMiem.
NIGHT EMI8SIONS CURED
IjR. MpOILL IrratM lnn -4 rot -):h(im'v. w I
twnds MvvikJitUsM to ail ptvfti. bwitHitM-nou Riimimw
if on of tfi. fia"t Hrrniik'-'! in ti.m
Ctywiih two rootnn, )) fin-i ti. nr tr, rs i
bfD of Lf.iM nati (DUrJiii-a. !io ia-. ii.,:. ..jt-
in him from u pnrt.
Ail letU-rair:Usi to L'R. Mt !!,(., .'..t Tr.
.""in-ful l, ran.
Ofl on Uaioa trit, ott York t.k oioiM.
' l r fr-tm i'- i-.iftita,--!
ii ; 1
'K:U - M.nidin.t
ttn t .
M'ostar' I-nt. Koh;i,
N a ! " ii- I t .r i- ,
H'ivl -out ' t ; ,
i I.. in-
tin! Dux K'.ti'rmluii'or.
"tostarV l.lct trlc
r ' iu
sr r..- ii..o
P.olMe. and h !
TA I lre4
I'lia ! t f r liiscri ,
tmaitt it i'
'ortnne it lis
I, cau COul l.t
nSS -"k ;.icSV w
WILL he received at the office of the Chairmaa
of the Mreet Committee, o. 9 Norm t.e.3.r
ueet, oa Saturday, to Win May, for the fol
lowing wont, lo-will
Ul. or th n-ewary earth emnlcmeot an
MrA'lam ng re Uirl in eiteediog Cuneye ntret
nonhwardi J frooi Jall.rwoa. street toove b.gn wa'r
id For th .sceaaary earth emhangmeot, en!,
vert masonry, rnruag and guttering r.'tu red a
fradmg Mouth Laxm atret, Mts High auJ
sd. Kor the wiaeonry (non'tatm. or other wrlc
roiuird ia eoaetr.rt.oa of w. aero Lxx
bnukji oa H a aereet.
Sth. for im eoo-tre' tioa of mom tigg at or
bni a paramenia throughout th eii, at Uk puiaia
at lb tstreet ComaiUM may orW.
Kaoa, .t.miM aad .owifwu. .aa ran be aaen,
or outer mlormattoe ohta.aed at the o&ce ot th
City ao(iaer, e, 4 &jra ( harry trM.
t.lto, a K1MNKT,
aoaria td Chairmaa rtiiwet Lemmittne.
nn.L b iwriaded m the Dale at the Medvel
T rorrayur Wareboua. est Tueaday, Mann
o sUegea.&.okHvm.aad CaJdroac.
la Caaaa LlUera7
A lot of Leak., 1 aues, er.
tea b tnni iii a awaday.
Wai the only 'Trfparalion for Ixrl from
That received a nne.ll and h"n.rr,ie mention from
Ire K"Tal Ci.mmj4ioT-. at the rrt Internal. ot.j.1
initnuon, JxuhI'.o, 1., tf.e i.nifr.t..n of all
pn.mioent mauftiw-luier "f O-ri, Hl-r-h" an-l
l'reprel Cm r.our of tin. and other count. ea
M A I Z E N A,
ThfrteVxnJ ,11x117 or the r, thit wntr
ftaiitt. tr-im tnti w:ii ron.nr llt tryst m t''-ev.
Ac., Wwlfiout i.i.i-vs ' fe- it a (
MtoQetiinK tf tn 't rrofKiT.i'-mi. A ..aril wi ii.
too to iT'i.nry V nt lur fr; f ui.iriTw4
brvl aui'i Cm. it ( -i.-- .-i.t u.r rhu a r.
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