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Br. John Bull's
The Litest and Most Impor
Nineteenth Century I
No nun's Bam I nior tntfmarely connected
aim tb. btttcry of MalKKlA MkUlU of th
doled riuvxa, r more fcmaUf known a. ft io
ast in Medioil liiaoovary, than thatol
Dr. John Bull
Bis Inimitable trprtio of 8AR3APARILLA
baa lutig aloud at U head of the various coin
pound ut that valuable drug.
Hi Compound of WILD CHERRY has
become a household word through
out tba West
and South. Ills Worm Loceng-es,
a lea tbaa a year aftar their introduction,
I tainad a reputation anaa arid spread aal.st n oog
taint North America. But the crownt orvtrj ber
a. li'a rainaina to b attaiued in hi. di ciooouvgry
rattier eonibiuauon, for l diwa not nana to naye
twaa lta diworarar ol CI I'Ki N, whK-U u the ti-i
w uw biuwi Dw oli tk tiUi. Tbatbva
vr brtoaaa o ttw ufn tohauiianta f t)cntnl
Arnanra, to whota ita virtuea Uava brn known tor
gr.ora titan two buadratl yaara Arnml with it the
laitiau bila drbaur to tlie most deadly mataria,
uA kandla , without lar, the not imookim er-
teota. It a bnd with Uicm, that atiiie there ia
re.th hi the tudr. le Cedron potent to ouie, no
matter whtt the d aeeae may be.
While l'r. bull not pra( edto endonethiaei
tratagaot preteejuoo, he ia af ertheiake eatitned
frutn a thorough exumnatioo of the endtiive rela
UDt to tta rirtuea, that M a rwmeny and prafeoia
tie torelidieeese anmDg rmiu expoeiite. e Iher
to the weather or utuoate, or to uuuuiauc Uiflueu
rea, it elan la
"Without a Rival.
And )uatl j doeerrea the repuuhoa It haa to lonx
ujojad is Central Amerv-a and the Weal ludiea.
and Ita attend ut tnila of aimptoma, It arte mora
1.1 A VdAUItt Uiaa a mejiue. There ia aoih
iof ia the whole rane of Materia Medioa that ran
or a moment hear a uompanaoa with it in Uua dia-
A f.ill enrAnnt of th'a wonderfhl filaot IC1T bl
uad m the 11th edition ol the (J. H, lttapeneawi?
uee tie! aad 1M
A aenea of exnmenta U which Dr. Kill haa
been I r yaare encased, baa tnt he B brouf bt to a
ea oreeful terminauoa, eed lie ia row enaUed to
ottr to the public a eoonbmaboa of OKI'KOM with
other approved auaiae, the whole prweerred la the
bxl quiiiiT of eepper ditilled Hourtt-n Whukj,
whK-h he m roctdoal bae aw equal icihe world.
be B.(fat lurwiab a volume ol eeniSi-atea, but the
public have loaf erne learned lu eeuuiate u h
tlnutf. by their true valae. The ml plu lor
eerv one tu Uet fut tumaalf the f irtuaa I a new
On. TrUI and you will luver um any
!t t aot aeoeaear to poUnh a Intsf bat ot dia
au Kir whi.hthe CKl'KuM bl I 'I h ltd are a ape
CJhu. la all dieeaeae of tba
Bowels, Liver or Kidneys,
la all aOerhou of tba
BralB, DasaadlM ( Deraag amant ef Ue
ftioaiaeki aw Saw eta
Coot, Kbimatiiia and N.aralgU
Fever and Ague.
I. dentiaed to aspercede all other remed.ee. It
Dot etiiv euree tbeee dmeeeee, but it prevent tliein.
A wine nleee of tit biuere, taken an hour before
earn nuul, will obv-.ate the ill elte-ta of Uie Hurt
uahaalUir rhniate, and arreea the persua takm M
aaiaet aieeaaaa uuoer uie uww "
hit kf Draleu aad Urecere Uaaerallf .
DR. JOHN BULL,
Prtaeapal Otaoa, Fkh bteeat, UMUatUla, r.
Bold Waolaaal aad Retail by
Deny, DecioTille if Wharton,
(No. It I PttbUC SquaraJ
Woe alaw aall
BULU3 WOSSI DESTROfER,
EinTirs toxic syrup.
Acrnta of Uiiraact Coaapanlea.
OA RET A SMITH, Won. M aad 3 t'nioa atreet.
AwLua U UavnXord. bcuntr, Mtuibuun. M
tan. PbcBDii fuhi Kiut7krtx)ckr Lite (A Sem iork.
MM! ft.C(JI UVU4 M VKMTAAAAUiA, VUIO,
ATTOK.Ea AT LAW.
U " s OUUftEDfA IV,
oejre at Law and Claim Agent, prattn-e in all
Uia Uirte. CollwUooj prompu attended to;
alao ciaima auaet the Uoiutd suiee and VoucIh-m
roun-ica. mui n worth Cherrjr atreet, up auurn.
OTIS K. A. Attorney and Counsellor at Lew,
Office 2X Chen? at.: V. O. box 74a.
UANK1CUS Aall AJMOKIiHS.
T?IEKT NATIONAL BANK Govern meat Depoai.
A? try o. 6o College etreet, between Lmoa
and the PuMic bqunre-leier la Unourreot
Monev. Exchacze. Cole, and ooverament lectin
bea ol ad kinds. Blocks and bond bought aad
Bold on Commiemoa. couectioiia prompuy a
A. U. SAnroaD. Prea'L Ju 6. Oorra.Caah'r.
K O. jABiaoa, Aaauitaiit Caiibier.
rAKR,THtH 8. Broker, corner Union and
,1 1 course aireett, buva and arlla txiid. Uncur
reut Mooer, txovarumeul beciinue and Voucbera.
, fjohecuuu attended to protupuy.
Aiao buya and aellaoa eummiaaioa.
CKCOND NATIONAL BANK OK NASHVILLE
ij K Cherry atreet, deila in Exchange, Govern
meat heeunbea and Co n. Collection oromDUT
atwnuea to j. ijcaaOBa. caehier.
ri THIRD NATIONAL BANK OF NASHVILLK
X lieals in Kxcbanga; Govern rueut becuriuea
ana coia. coiiecuooa prompuy attended to.
Gold, btocka aud bonda a, Id on ComniuMon.
W. W. baasr, freeideot. Kuoab Joaaa, Cabhier.
UELL AKD BRASS FOlItDtBa.
IJEHKI A IiUMONT, bell and Krana Foundara,
Manuiacturere of all kinda of brue eork.
dealara la ftae, steam and water pipe, oil well tu
Lin( aud pump, gum boee, packinK. apelter, ao.der
ana twbut, no. i broad atreet, near uie nter.
IlUOIt AM JOU 1KI.TI.
NASUVILLK UNION FKINT1NH CO. book
ena Job f riuteni. and pucliahera of the Lim
it and Weekly Union, 1 nuter'a Alley, OKtaeea
SPKIN9 WATEB BRSWKKr. MANKEL A
ol Ale and Laer beer. No. 41 broad atreet, Naeh
villa. Tenn. IdeoS-ly
BOOKiELLEUS ANU 8TATI05F.HS.
OINGHTON, R. H Bookseller, PuUiaher
KJ oiauuner. ana renodicei Uemler. rout Otbce
tAKkUUK JlAlVUAi ri Hklta.
MTKItS A BUNT Man ufai-turera of all Uie
Latent blylea of irsl lUase Carrtata and
Hui.'irti. Exurenj Wuou aud Cerivaiji. 7'iAorth
CLAI.U AUI .MS, Ac.
JOHN O'NEILL, Military Attorney and bolicitor
ol Claims, rroeet'Utee ail claiuira of Claiuia
against iha Goverameut for cihaeas and aolditra.
Oihue 35 cedar street, Naehvil'e, 'lenn. Inot7-oui
riXMPK!Nd. H. A CO. U. b. Cairn Agents.
JL otbeera' i'ay Accocnia and Quartern lantern
Voucbera bought at the beet rates, or collected.
Orbce corner Cherry and Cedar streets, up ataira.
COAL AKI WUUO.
KNIGHT BROTHERS. Healers in Cumberland
and fuubura: Coal. Wood aawed and split 10
uva leuiMtia. OflH-e4V Cuun'h street, lard on
koliiuK Mill d ill, south of titoad. AU order ailed
KnV TUTH1LI-, Deputy UniledBtales Marshal,
. collects Note -, Ai-oouubi, Ac, in Middle Ten
no. we OMn-e at buile Capitol, ueit door to Ked-
ral Court Koom. F O. Lock box 27, ttee adver-
tiseioeal ia auolher column. lee tm
Aktt ll DKALKltw, Ac.
CtONB A TUNNKLL .WholeaaJe and Retail
; booksellers, btauonera, and News Areola,
No. 40 North Cherry atreet, Nai-hville, Tenn.
UKAL VCSTA I K AUK.TS.
JL. A K. W. UKOWN, Keal Krtate and General
. ttuBinea Agentu, over York't booxhlore,
Uuion Mm et, Nauviiie, l eon. auio-oiu"
WIl-SON, J. W. A CO. Manufarmrers and
Wholesale aud Retail l'ealets ia Tin. Copper
and ftheet Iron Ware and Kuraisluug Goods, No. IT
WAIL l'AriOH, etc.
MEKRI1T A HILL I balers in Wall Paper
W indow Shades. Window blam. aad Pholo-
Kiai hic Material, coruer ot C'iiuivh and Market
Atloriieya aud Halm Agreiita.
t H. DaLANV, Attorney at Law, and War Claim
LZj. A Kent, Cleveland, lenn. norM-ly
The Tennessee Marine
Tnn nniTn itij
I 'll III' I It1 w
t ai.r tba kaw Ckartev, to open for
NO. 31 N0RT1I COLLEGE STEEET,
BIT BOOB Id O0BIIB OT COTON BT.
A. W. BCTLKK, Bee'y.
JOIKPH W. ALLKX.IWt.
JOS. W. ALLEN, JNO. M. HILL,
WATSON M. C0OKK, C. A. R. THOMPSON.
D. WEAVER, PA N L F. CARTER,
JNO. V. JOHNSON. BAM'L VANLEER,
Q. M. FOGG, R, B. CHEATHAM,
A. G. ADAMS.
BOOTS. SHOES AND LEATHER
No. 11 Dey Street, N. Y.
Alexis Bragg & Wesson
errvnaoBS or thi old wrABUsaRo riaa or
ALEXIS BttAGfitt W1UHEN,
WBOLWuttt priiraa ia
lln.a Hhaes atnd Ivather,
bee to mvita the aitehoo of purchasers to their
ewrndid auk, adapted to all aerlioos of the coun
try, aad hi 'h itu-v ofler at tba lowest market
pnoee. cieciai atteuuon pain w vruei.
AI.FX1H KRAUU, A.MREW WESHON.Ja.
IID, UDBEV7S & IE
IMPORTEkd AND JObltERnOF
Foreign & American Fancy Goods
Boitfrr, tie l' rureU.Inc ood,
SUlioafrj, Cnilfry, Jtwtlry;
Also Manufacturers of
Hoop - Shirts,
Park Place and 3 Murray 8C, New York.
WE baveoaa of the lenreet aad bast n.ortcd
Mnii ol al.ive nieououed G.iods ia thia
oouutrv. ail. pied to toe Southern trade, whs h we
onW Ua ivrle lerma.
buvers aitl do well ton va oa a tr.al. All ordeia
aroeipiiy atteaded to
' Vi ELD, ANHREW8 A LKET.
Willett. Kiddoll & Oo
Ciiil Engineers and Surveyors,
Corner Church V ldlali Hta-
fcaWJiaal weakaeaa, atcM raa be cured by one who
bas rwwiy eared himealf asd bundreda of ot tiers.
aad vn.l Mi you oUuai but the train. u
anthaiama, JtoX OT
nlTla!,l I.,..-r,r -t
LD PCBUSBID BT TBK
r.'iox rumixe co
TCEk'DAV, APRIL 3, 18.
Karorcing the Conatilntlonal Amend
The following bill was introduced in the
United Elates Senate last week bj Mr, Doo
A Bill to ProTida Appropriate Legislation to En
force Article ThirttreaGf l:e Amudments to toe
Constitution Abouahiog biavery ta Uia Umtaa
Watttas, Slavery, or io voluntary aerri
tuue, except aa a puniabment for crime,
whereof the party shall have been dulvcon
victed, haa been abolished aad prohibited
Dv article 13, ol the amendments to the eon
titution lately ratified and adopted Ijt the
Legislatures of three-fourths of all the Slates
withm thia Union, which amendment is in
the wards following, viz :
Sectiok 1. Neither alavery nor inrolunta
ry servitude, except as a punishment for
crime, whereof the party snail nave been
amy convicted, snail exist within the
United States or any place subject to their
eec. 2. Conereas (hail have power to en
force mis article by appropriate legislation.
X herafort ot it enacted bv the Semite and
House of Representative in Centre evv-
Sicnoif 1. That all nersorit heretofore
held to alavery or involuntary servitude.
except as a punishment for crime, whereof
me party shall nave been duly convicted
under the laws of any Slate of the United
Slates or any of the Territories thereof, are
nereny declared to be tree persons, and
they and their descendants shall be and re
main forever free from alavery or involun
tary servitude, except iu punishment for
crime, wherot the party shall have been
duly convicted, anything in any law, slat
uie. reiruialiou, custom or constitution of
any bute or Territory to the contrary not-
Bic. 2. And be it further enacted. That all
laws and customs having the force of law in
any btate or Territory, heretofore or hcreaf
ter establishing, recognizing, maintaining
or regulating the right of property in slaves,
or the relations of master and "slave, are
nereoy uocmrea to be abrogated and abol
Sic. 3. And be it further enacted. That
any person who shall uniawlullv. and in
violation of the said thirteenth amendment
to the constitution and of the provisions of
mis act, restrain or cause to be restrained
of hit or her liberty, with intent to subject
or cause to oe subjected, or to hold or
cause to be held to service as a
slave or involuntary servant any per
ron, snsu be deemed cuiitv ot a misde
meanor, and on conviction shall be punish
ed by fine not exceeding one thousand dol-
ars, or imprisonment not exceeding ono
year, or both, in the discretion of the
Sec. 4 And be it further enacted. That
any person who shall uulawlully and in
violation of the provisions of the said thir
teenth amendment to the constitution and
the provisions of this act, restrain or cause
to be. restrained of his or ber liberty with
intent to hold or cause to be held to service
as a slave or involuntary servant, any per
son who bas boretofore been held to slavery
or involuntary service under the laws of
any Stale or Territory, and has been eman
cipated by the said thirteenth amendment
to the constitution, commonly called a.freed
man, shall in addition to the pains and pen
alties provided in the liut preceding: section
of this act he liable to be prosecuted by the
person injured, who shall be entitled to re
cover the mm of one thousand dollars in
addition to all damages su.taiued by such
person, together with the coata of the pros
ecution; aud in case any such freedman
shall, at party to any suit or legsl proceed-
ng, civil or criminal, in the courts of the
tale or Territory where he may reside, be
denied any right secured by article 11 of
amendments to the constitution, he shall
nave a right to remove the said cause or
roceediug into the District or Circuit
Courts ol thrt United Slates, which shall
therealtcr take cognisance of the same un
der such rules as may from time to time be
adopted by such; and the said courts there
upon shall have no pewer to proceed fur
ther in said cause or proceeding; and the
said liistrict tr Circuit Courts shall also be
empowe red, by wri l of mandamus and pro
hibition, to stay all further proceedings in
the State Courts, or under any judgment or
decree ot the same, until the same shall be
finally determined in the courts of Hie
United Slates; and the said JJistric. aud
Circuit Courts shall have power, by writs of
habeas corpus, mandamus, prohibition and
certiorari, or other writs or process, to take
cognizance of the rights secured by said
amendment to the constitution to such freed
men, and to adjudge, decree and enforce
what shall be right in the premises, any
thing in any law, custom or regulation in
any Slate or Territory notwithstanding.
bic. S. And be t further enacted, That
if any person shall kidnap or carry away
any other person, whether negro, mulattoor
otherwise, with tbe intent that such orlher
person shall be (old or carried into involun
tary servitude, or held as a slave : of if any
person shall entice, persuade, or knowingly
induce any other person to goon board any
vei3ol or to any other place, with the in
tent that he or she shall be made or ibid as
a slave, or sent out of the country to be so
made or held, or shall in any way knowing
ly aid in causing any other person to be
held, so.d or carried Itway, to be held or
sold as a slave, be or she shall be punished,
on conviction thereof, by a line of not ljs
tban five hundred nor more than five thou
sand dollars, or by imprisonment not ex
ceeding five years, or by both, ol said pun
ishments. Sec. fl. And be it further enacted, Thai
if the master or owners, or person hav
ing charge of any vessel, shall receive on
board any other person, whether negro,
muiutto orctherwise, .with the knowledge
or inleut that such person shall be carried
from any Stale, Territory or district of the
United States, to a foreign country, Slate or
place, to be held or sold as a slave, or shall
carry away from any Bute, Territory or
district of the United States, any such per
son, with the in 'cut that he or she shall be
so held or sold as a slave, such master,
cwuer, or other person offending, ahall be
punished by a hue not exceeding 6ve thou
sand nor less than five hundred dollars, or
by imprisonment not exceeding five years,
or by both of ss id punishments. And tbe
vessel on board which said person was re
ceived to be carried away shall bo forfeited
te tbe United States.
Sic. 7. And be it further enacted That the
district courts of the United States, within
their respective districts, shall have cogni
sance of all crimes and olleucoa committed
against tbe provisions of this act, and also,
concurrently with the circuit courts of the
United Slates, of all civil causae tinder this
act. The jurisdiction in civil and criminal
matters hereby conferred on the district
and circuit courts of the United States shall
be exercised and ealorced in conformity
with the laws of the United Elates, so Itr as
such laws are suitable to carry the same
iuto etl'ect; but in all cases where such laws
are not adapted to the object, or are defi
cient in tbe provisions necessary to furnish
suitable remedies and punish offences
against law, the common law, as modified
and changed by tbv constitution and statu ea
of the Stale wherein the court having juris
dict on ot the cause, civil or cruuiua!, is
held, so far as the same is not inconsistent
with the constitution and laws of the United
Stales, shall be exteuded to and govern said
courts in the trial aud dispositon of such
cause, and, if of a criminal nature, in the
intliction of punishment on the party found
l'rovided, that nothing herein contained
shall prevent any Slate or Territory from
providing by law for trial and punishment
iu the court ef such State or Territory any
per.on ho may be adjudged under the
laws thereof ki be guilty of Ulse imprison
ment or kidnspping, or to prevent any per
son from bringing a prosecution in such
courts to recover damage sustained by him
by rent oa of such (alee imprisonment or
kidnapping under the laws ol such Stale or
Sec. b. ndi if further enacted, That the
district attorneys, marshals and deputy
marshals of the United States, the comuiia
S'oners appointed by the circiit and territo
rial court or the United Slates, in case any
person heretofore held to slavery or iuvol
uutary servitude, eotnniouly called f reed
men, shall be restrained ol his liberty by
any person with inteut in violation of the
thirteenth amendment to the constitution
and of the previsions of this act to sub
ject him to slavery or involuntary servi
tude, shall, at the expense of the United
States, apply immdiau-!y for th writ of
habeas corpus to bring such freedrnau be
fore th proper court or cmcer, to th end
that speedy justice may be don in the prem
ise. bsc. 9. And he it further tnarttd, Th
shall bih duty ef all marshals end
deputy marshals to obey and execute
all warrants an J precept issued as
Ur th provisions of this set, when
io thesa directed ; aad abonid any tnarahal
or deputy tuarahal refuse to recwi'v such
warrant or other procee whsa tendered, or
to uae all proper tuaana diligently to exe
cute It seat, b ti, en cooykwoa thar.
of be fined ia the sum of one thousand dol
lsrs, to the use of the person upon whom
tbe accused is allezed to bave committed
the offence and in the execution of such
process ther shall have authority to turn
moo and call to their aid the bvstanders or
posse eomitatu of the proper county, and
thev may apply to the President of the
United States, who is hereby authorized to
employ such portion of the militia, or of
the land or naval forces of the United
btate 3 as may be necessary to the execu
tion of such warrants or other process, in
conformity with the provisions of this act;
and said warrants shall run and be execu
ted by said officers anywhere ia the Slate or
Territory wilh-n which they are issued.
Sec. 10. And be it further enacted, That
any person who shall knowingly and wil-
tully obstruct, hinder or prevent any of
ficer or other person charged with the exe
cution ot any warrant or process issued on
der th provisions of this act, or any per
eon or persons lawfully assisting him or
them, from arreiling any person for whose
apprehension such warrant or process may
have been issued, or shall rescue or attempt
to rescue such persom from the custody a.
tne oiticer, other person or persons, or those
lawiuiiy assisting as aloresaid, when so ar
rested pursuant to the authority herein eiv
en and declared, or shall aid, abet or assist
any person so arrested s vtoresaid, directly
or indirectly, to escape from the custody of
tne o nicer or other person legally authorized
as aforesaid, or shall harbor or conceal any
person for whose arrest a warrant or pro
cess shall bave been issued as aforesaid, so
as to prevent his discovery and arrest alter
notice or knowledge of tne fact that a war
rant has been issued for the apprehension
of such person, shall, for either of said of
fences, be subject to a fine not exceeding
one thousand dollars, and imprisonment not
exceeding six inonlhs. by indictment and
conviction before the District Court of the
United States for the district in which said
offence may have been committed or before
the proper court of criminal jurisdiction, if
committed within any one of the organued
Territories of tbo c niled states
fiec. ii. And be it further tinned. Th.i
the district attornevs. the marshals, their
deputies and the clerks of the said district
commissioner he ahall be entitled to fees as
UK' are oeiore a
now allowed by law for similar services, not
exceeding ten dollar in full for bis services
in any case, inclusive of all services inci
dent to such arrest and examination, such
fees to be made up in contormity with the
lees usually charged by the officers of the
court of justice within the proper district
or county, as near as may be practicable,
tnd paid out of the Treasury of the United
States on the certificate of the Judge of the
uiBtnct witnin wnicn tue arrest is made
that the stone are reasonable in amount.
and to be recoverable from th defendant as
part ot the judgment in case ol conviction.
Bsc. 12. And be it further enacted. That
final decrees and judgments in all cases
arising under the provisions of this act may
no re-examiuea ana reversed or amrmea iu
the Supreme Court, upon writ of error issu
ed a now provided by law in other cases,
provided that no such review shall be had
except upon the certificate of the Judge
presiding upon the trial or bearing that the
constitutionality of some Uw or pioceedieg
under tbe authority of the United States, or
of this act, bas been drawn in question oa
bucu trial or Hearing.
New Jersey Politics.
Tbentov, March 29, 1SC6. Since the
passage of the resolution in the Senate
of the United States declaring that
John P. Stockton, not having received
a majority oi the voices of the Legisla
ture of the State of New Jersey, pres
ent ana voting, was not entitled to his
seat as Senator from said State for the
term of six years from the 4th of March,
Ibud, this city has become, and rather
unexpectedly, too, the "head centre"
of a very considerable and important
political excitement so much so that
the "chieia and wire-pullers at Wash-
ington nave been busily engaged in
using the telegraphic wires to threaten
and coax their friends, party support
er, agents, aumirer8 ana wo.-iuppers
to do this, that and the other thine as
speedily as possible, to secure import
ant political enus.
lhe United States Senate havinc
ousted Mr. Stockton, the next move to
be made is to organize a joint session of
botn urancues ol tne Uei8iature for the
purpose of "elbcting" a successor to the
rejected party. Hut in the way of
bringing about the required joint ses
sion mere comes a very interesting
point, to wit: the resolution inviting a
joint session must originate in the
benate, which body stands Republic
cans 10, exclusive ol the president, dem
ocrats 10, according to the platforms on
which me senators were elected to
their present positions ; but when it
comes to voting for a mint session and
to decide the tie vote the President of
the Senate Hon. James M. Scovel.
elected as a Republican votes with the
Democrats, and as these take the nega
tive side, the resolution is each time
To-day. in the Senate, Senator Lud-
lam, of Camden, ofiered a resolution
inviting a joint session, but it was lost.
the vote standing Negative (demo
crats) including me President s vote,
11 : amrmative (republicans) 10.
In mis matter the democrats do not
take the negative side with tbe view to
retaiding proper legislation, but for the
purpose of preventing the election,
a man who on taking his seat in
Washington as United States Senator
from ew Jersey will be used by the
radical "chiefs" there to help carry
through their adopted party measures.
When senator kudlam introduced
his resolution President Scovel made a
peech. saying that although he bad
been elected on the the republican tick
et, still he could not iu justice to the
interests ot the whole country, as an
American citizen, loving the lasting
unity of these States and good govern
ment better than party purposes, vote
with men whose whole course was
gainst the government the policy of
Andrew J ohnson. As for mmselt, no
said, he intended to sustian the Presi
dent of tbe United states and bis poli-
and for such considerations be voted
with the democratic side of the houses.
lie said he had been threatened, in his
room, a few hours previously, with ex
posure by being "posted" all over the
streets if he did not vote with the re
publicans; but he cared nothing for
this threat, and intended to stand up
boldly and meet his enemies and pur
sue a course, without regard to party
interests, which he believed the times
demanded of all good Americans iu of-
fica lie even intimated that he had
been led to understand that personal
lolence agamst mm was not a thing
to be entirely lost sight of. Before
concluding his speech he read the fol
TOADDtrs STITEXs' LETTAB.
WAtaixcTox, March 20, 1SGG.
Boa. James M. Beovel, Ac, Ac:
DeakSib Br all means hurry np
your election, ti i ve us no conservative.
A radical like yourself or nomine. A
copperhead is better than a twaddler.
In the Assembly the Republicans I
ave the majority, and hence if the two
branches now get together for the elec-
tion of a Senator the choice will be to
the republican side. The democratic
Senators nope to prevent an election
this session. If they succeed in put
ting it oil, the chances at the next term
will be strongly in favor of the demo
crats. The republicans know this, and
hence their great anxiety to hurry up
the election. They feel that their pow-
i gone; their lifetbeir reign is
nearing me ena oi us "race, ana
hence, being afraid to meet the future
they are desperate to act now, at once,
ere their power wanes.
Before the next legislature meets
the term of two or three Senators will
... t-ii-. . ...
expire, it is prouauie tneir place win
be tilled bj aemocraia, as those wno
are anxious to suoceed them intend to
go betore me ponpie on ue question
of sustaining the President of the Unit
ed States and his policy, and the repub
licans, cot being able to do the same,
now manifect their fear of the "voice of
the people," and of the sentiment of
the country, as it will be heard at the
forthcoming elections, denouncing the
radicals and supporting ihoeemea who
believe in lorrnuaent ana principle ta
uiu icmwriu i"i bush ue p.iu mr meir ir&naiaieu into au me languages and
services the like fee as may be allowed them published in all the jouraals of Europe:
ST AVTi? -0.li?er"'e.'v,"d.in nd are meeting with an amount of at-
wuk in .line vuv uiwcwili
preference to party internet and dis
graceful iatrigua merely for ,seif-ag
TEE CANDIDATE 1
for Iha United States Senatorshin are
A. G. Cattel, of Camden, republican ;
John P. Stockton. , democrat ; James
1L Scovel, of Camuen. republican, so
Mr. Cattel is a Terr wealthy gentle
man, and it is said came rerr near re
ceiving the nomination oa the last re
publican ticket for Governor of the
Mr. Scovel, "the lone star" ''destiny
man in tbe Senate, is a lawyer by pro
fession. He served one term in the
lower branch of the New Jersey State
Legislature, and this is hi third term
in tne higher one. lie is quite a
shrewd observer of events and a close
calculator between good and eviL , Ue
ia independent and spirited, and one
who can readily comprehend "a iitu
ation and the course and eonseouence
of political combinations.
1 he L ni ted States Senatorial Question
will possibly be brought cp asain to
morrow in the Senate, and if so, then
some interesting speech. -t may be
looked for. The whole afV. r -t sw, -
is in quite an excitine cwjiaitioa.
"Influential carpet-bags (i. a pij-ty
wire puiiers; are expect t to arrive
Here oj every train.
President Johnson's Srsechea
... messages Abroatl.
If the people of Eurooe le&rnsl
good deal of the power and resources
of this country, in a military way, dur
ing the war, they are now ia a fair way
oi learning a great deal or the Drinci
P1 " ireeuom mat underlie eur POht
'cat structure. The speeches and me
sages of President Jobnaoa are being
Ii : l . . .
" uiacuasion mat nas never
ueoa utwiowea upon any political docu-
menta in this generation. The noble
message he delivered to Congress on
it meeting, in wnicn me radical doc
trines of political freedom were enun
ciated with a simplicity and power un
surpassed even in any of the State da-
pers or philosophical disquisitions of
tieoerson nimseif, attracted tne trr
iounuest attention abroad, and nas ex
erciaed a far deeper influence than
ever sprang from the political corusca
tions oi me most brilliant French
writers. His Freedman'a Bureau Veto
Message is less easily comprehended
by the press of the Continent; but the
President's arguments in favor of lim
iting tbe power of the Executive are d
plauded as reaching the heights of polit
ical virtue. In French and other con
tinental papers recently arrived, we
find President Johnson's speech of the
22d of February reproduced, in various
languages; ana instead of ranting about
tne lew passionate ana personal re
marks uttered by the President on that
occasion, they find in its vigorous state
ments, determined purpose, magnani
mous spirit, and independent position,
everything to praise. In a few days
they will have the second Presidential
veto to study: and in the President's
arguments on the rights of the States
and tbe limitations of r eueral power,
they will find political dogmas as im
portant to the successful operations of
a tree uovernment as any that could
be uttered, we are Uius awakening
in the peoples of Europe a new inter
est in the great doctrines of freedom,
which of late have been completely in
the background there. We have our
selves, owing to circumstancea. been
driven to the discussion of foundation
principles, and it is the exposition of
these, and the illuo-atita- of' their
working that are here furnished, which
are of such value, and will yet prove of
such practical power in iurope. A. 1.
The War Hecord of the Tribune.
In announcing the Civil Rights Bill
eto the Tribune says:
"liaving been among those who
could not help evincing impatience
with the tameness and slowness of our
Government when tbe knife was first
thrust at its life . by slave-holding trea
son having with ditiiculty endured
the imbecilities and treacheries which
culminated in the Bull Run disaster
having found it impossible to endure
silently, unprotestingly, the obstinate
dawdling and purposeless strategy of
Mcuellan and JJuell
Self-examinations, if they go far
enough, are usefuL In this instance
they tall snort of the point which mor
tifies the conceit and arrogance of our
neighbor. The only "impatience" the
Tribune evinced in the outbreak of the
"slave-holding treason" was that our
Government should "tamely" submit to
a division of the Union and the estab
lishment of slave Confederacy. It
maintained that alavery had a "right"
not only to perpetuate, but to strength
en itself by fresh stealings from Africa.
1 he Tribune maintained stubbornly
that the slave States had a right to go out
of the Union, that the Federal Govern
ment had no right to restrain them ;
and that it would help them out Then
the Tribune, instead of desiring the
emancipation of four millions of slaves,
deliberately consigned them and their
posterity to perpetual bondage. ' But
tbe tribune had its reason for advoca
ting a separation from the slave States.
That reason was that the slaveholders
would not allow iU editor to lecture
lhe tribune forgets, or does notlind
it pleasant to confess its own complicity
in the Bull Run disaster. That was
the Tribune's first military achieve
ment the first fruita of iu "Onto
Richmond " order an order for which
the Tribune evinced temporary re
morse, though it now casU the blame
upon others. The Tribune's "protesU"
did not stop with McClellan and Baell.
Long after those Generals had been re
tired, the Tribune exclaimed that if,
"after sixty or ninety days more of
fighting," the enemy should not be con
quered, it would become the duty of the
Government to make "peace upon the
the best attainable terms."
And again, in the darkest hour of our
country's trial, the editor of the Un
burn went to Canada to negotiate lor
peace with Jake Thompson, C. C Clay.
George Sanders, eto. These Confed
erate ageoU. while negotiating with
Mr. Greeley, employed their intervals
in fitting out "raids" and "conspira
cies to rob, burn ana assassinate.
These pleasant incidenU are now prov
en by a published letter from C C
Clay, asking Jeti'erson Davis to assume
me responsibility or tbe Aiuans
robbery and murder. SimulUneously
Mr. C C Clay wrote a call for a public
meetinir in War York to sustain Mr.
Greeley apainat President Lincoln.
That call au hrouirht to this City, in
the handwriring of Mr. Clay, for signa
tures, but by some means found its way
In Mr. Greeley's negotiations with
the Canada conspirators he urged Mr.
Lincoln to oiler Slavery four hundred
millions of dollar for peace.
Subsequently, when the war horizon
was brightening, the Tribune was seiz
ed with another Peace spasm. If, when
"old Blair' west to Riobmoml, the
"hoarse howling" of the Tribune for
"peace" had prevailed, Grant, Sherman,
Porter, Sheridan, Terry and their eom
patrioU would have been robbed of the
glory of their achievement, and all
the blood conseauent upon four years
of war would have been .inglorioualy
sacrificed. A; Y.
Notice to bMppers and I'oEaect-
y lug Iliad.'
' FRSiGHTOFFICR H. A C. R. R.I
JiaMviua, Mairh la, 'uli.
AS TFE W. A A. R B. have refused to receive
fwaww aad Apwa. ac4 pay our rharare oa
in. mmia, v are an Jer tbe Hnmti of rfua3X to
r" such S-B-abt, tuJ fr.iir.ta are rrpd
Wla, '-a -
Battle la South America.
The Eeform Bill In Parliament
Postponement of the Vote on the
Civil Eights Bill.
Eio Jsxeibo, February 20. A battle was
lought without decisive result between
Argentines and Paraguayan armie. Ther
was bavy loss on both side.
"tr 'i ox. April J. The new stenraer
City of Furui, Captain Kennedy, which left
Liverpool at noon on the Slst and Queens
town on the iii ot March, arrived here
this morning. The steamer Scotland left
Liverpool for New York simultaneously
with the City of Paris. Tbe Hecla arrived
at Liverpool on the morning of the 21st.
In th House Earl . Groavenor gave no
tice that on the second reading of th Re
form bill, he would mors an amendment,
declaring it inexpedient to discus tbe bill
until the House ha before it th entire re
form scheme, contemplated by the Govern
ment. Sir W. Hyatt also rave notice of an
amendment to prevent tne bill taking effect
until provision ia made for the distribution
The Times says Lord Stanly will second
Grosvenor's amendment, and predicts inde
pendent support foi it, and hope it is not
too late for the Government to brine forward
a better bill.
The Morning Post believe th amend
ment will prove the death-blow to the
The Daily cw and Star reeard the
movement as nothing but opposition to re
form, and says the Conservative dar not
more directly atUck th measure.
Paris telegrams cf the JOth to th Dailv
Telegraph teport, on good authority, that
Head Center Stephens had just arrived in
Paris, having been in 8cotland.
The conference on the PrinciDalitiea held
a second meeting at Paris on the ItSlh,
The Corps Leg islatilf, after rejecting an
other proposed amendment to tbe press
laws, nnaiiy adopted in enure address
215 to 17.
Bourse firmer ; CSf 67c.
A Vienna teleeram asserU that declara
tions of a re-assuring character bave been
received from Berlin, and apprehensions of
war have been thereby removed. It is
ststed that the German Convention had
been adhered to. The London Morninir
Post believes tbe statement unfounded, and
that the relations continue critical.
Kaw Youx, March J The Tribune's
Washington special ssys: The House Mili
tary Committee have instructed Gen.
bebenck to report to the House to-day the
bill for the reorganization of the army. It
does not change the number of the army
Irora what Air. Wilsons senate bill pro
vided lor. It authorize the Veteran lie-
serve Corps to be consolidated and contin
ued in ten regiments, and all officers here
after appointed to be wounded volunteers.
It omu.s the 2d regtmect of colored cavalry,
and reduces the colored infantry regiments
irom ten to eight, it lavors officers ot the
liuo and in the field, and doe not, as the
present laws do, favor officers on detail at
Washington and elsewhere with increased
ay and perquisites. The pay of Brie. Gen
erals on duty in Washington is $i.43 i j
cash, and forage worth M3, or $6,2t4 7b
ner annum in money. If that same Gen
eral goes into the field he gets 2j
A bill is now before the Military Com
mittee asking increased pay tor Generals
Ueizs, Dyer aud Townsend of $1,21. per
year each, making their pay T,43 7. It
will be reported upon adversely.
Mrs. Jell. Davis is understood to be en
route to Washington, in hopes of obtaining
permission to visit her husband iu bis
prison at fortress Monroe. She will pro
bably arrive in company of A. H. Steohens
within a day or so.
ihe 1 inance Committee of tbe Senate
have decided to report the so-called Losn
Bill in the precise shape that it pissed the
House. Tbe report will probably be made
to-day. An effort was made in the Com
mittee to modify it, but failed. It is cou-
idered by a majority of th Committee to
be harmless as it is, and therefore best to
pass it without amendment.
Xiw Youk, April 3 A Washington spe
cial says : The vote on the Civil Kigbta Bill
will be postponed till Wednesday, owing to
the absence of Senators to attend the fune
ral ot Senator Foote.
Tbe World's special says: A number of
persons have been called here by the pre
mature announcement that the rewards lor
the arrest of the conspirators were about to
be paid. 2o decision ia that respect has
beeu arrived at by the Government.
WaaaisoToM, April 2. To-day' Iiatioaal
ntellizencer says that there is a report that
?he Government here has interfered with
the proposed celebration of the colored peo
ple ia Kicbmond on the anniversary of the
capture of that city, on th 3d instant. We
bave the best authority for saying that
either the Preiident nor General Grant
has interfered in the matter in any man
ner. Tbe subject is entirely within the
control of General Terry, who is a man of
sate judgment, and, being on the ground,
mows best What to do iu the premises, lie
a authorized to act prudently in the event
of any unnecessary or illegal disturbances
of tbe peace on either side.
Senator i easenden to-day reported from
the Committee on Finance th House Loan
bill without amendment.
'iwabk. N. J., April 2 Senator Wrirht
started fur Washington thi morning to re
sume his seat iu the United State Senate.
UiETroao, Conn., April I, 1 r. m. Voting
ia g nng on quietly here. There is no more
exuiteiuenl than at ordinary elections.
Present appearances indicate that nearly a
full vote will be polled for the lirat time in
ix years. The Lnghsh ticket leads in this
ity, where the name of Uawley is bain?
scratched by many Republicans.
Nzw Yoax, April 2. Tbe extra Cunard
steamer Tripoli left Liverpool on tbe 2Ulh
for this port. Th following is a summary
of ber advices:
In the House of Commons, the Irish At
torney General denied that the Lord Lieu
tenant bas stated he apprehended a Feuian
invasion. Several land owner had applied
for permission to arm and drill their ten
antry, but the Government refused ita con
sent, leeiing periectly able to afford every
In view of the latest evidence from Ja
maica, tbe Times is compelled to admit that
frighlt'ul, unjustifiable cruellies were com
muted, and that there was an abuse of pow
er beyond all excuse or palliation.
The Pans Patrie demea that the French
Government bad consented to extend tie
period of the Extradition Treaty with Eng
land. In the Corps Legisiatif the amend
ment to the address in lavor of an exten-
ioa of liberty bad been strongly debated.
some speakers demanding increased liberty
for tbe public, tbe press aud the Chamber.
The amendment was rejected, by 206 to 63.
The German journals continue to repre
sent the relations of Austria aad Prusia aa
very threatening. They even asserted that
Austria had ordered tbe assembly of a
thousand troops on the Bohemian frontier,
and that she had sent a circular note to tbe
powers declaiming ail consequences of any
onuict which may arise.
Tbe London Times directs attention to
the critical state of affan. It says Biamark
thrown off bis mask, and th liucbies
are to be annexed to Prussi.
Preparations for war are prorreasin? on
Oa both capitals military councils are
held, generai nominated and plans discus
The funds are depressed In various Euro
pe-tin markets by tha disquieting rumor.
The Spanish Government had raised tbe
tare of siege in .New Castilu.
The i-aisnau Ambassador had quitted
Livtaroo!., Msr. 22. Th account of tbe
rclatious between Austria and Prussia are
Tbe ex-rebel cruiser Shenandoah, was
sold here at auction to-day for il j,7.
Just Received and More
CHOICE POTATOES la bu-( Iota, ta fla eocdi
ton, for aa.a low.
p. a. kitsoujb,
PtobI istraeC ad lam aorvh ot broad,
- IU. in. ilZZk.
THAT elawast Stor. e lb ee-ros of the Sqeare
and t Xur street, knawa a UM Ouaani l-
mwvB. u wrma, oau oa
caeA miLri O0u
"u' Si a I St r.ni,.M MraaS 1
Kirlman C EHi Old
I Empire Spring Wafer. '
Congress Spring Wa!er. -. .
Columbian Spring Wafer,
NO natural or artificial eempound baa yet bee
d.acoversd or manufactured that equala tnexe
waters as a preventative, relief and permanent cure,
for many t em orrery and chronic dueaeea, aa prov
ed bv Ihe experience of manv thousands who have
drank them for year a, with in most beuerk-Jtl ef
fects. CONGRESS WATER
la a cathartic, alleraaliv and tonic, and i.ita valua
ble remedy for t fleet too. n4 tbe Liver and Kidneys,
l'yspeps a, bout, Chrome Oinatipauon and Cuuoe
oua diseases. Is a moat powerful prevenuve ot the
Fever and Billoua Comuiainia, so prevalent ia
Is a cathartic, and a valuable remedy for Fhecme
tism. Derangement of th Liver, 1'iaeaaea of tbe
Skin, and General Debility, its ettecta are moat
salutary ia Lung Inaeanea. It ia aa almost sure
cur iux fcrofuia, and Ihe moM aggravated lornia ol
ujepei sia Aa a preventive ami cure kMrall tlilioua
ierasiementa it stands uarivaiieo.
la a tonic and diuretic of a h hly beneficial charac
ter, and la e po-iuve reroeriy lor Lial-its trvel
Calculus, Irritation and UtUrnaho at the Kidnrv,
and bladder, aa d has moat sinugfariy artive erfecis
IB raeiorine iriee organs wneu oeomia eu try 100s,
disease, r emalna woo have eurter.d lor veara from
irregularity, and the diatrean- di-eaae. known
only to thtftr aex, have been entirely curad by the
raiiruui aad iujiciouj uae ot column an uatcr.
These watera are bolt led fiean and pure, from
each of the above named Hpnoirs ta so carel'ul aud
secure a manner tlutt tbey prmerve all their me
dicinal value for years, ail will be found etujjly
erfi-jaciouii when drank thouaande of nuiea distant.
as when las, directly irom the spring.
Beware'nf Imitations and Inferior ITufrTi.
Tbe corks of all tenuine Conereee. Emoirw and
Columbian Waters are branded va the sid of the
I C. . S. Co.
I f Kama Wine, 1
I C.4K.M. Co. I
t Coma sum Wins, I
Packed safely and securely, ia boxes suitable for
ahiiimeut to any part of tne woild. Corirrrae and
fcmpire Waters in boxen, cotiwinms; 4 lHiaen Pints,
or It iKieavfuarl botueeeach. Columbian Water
in coze conta ning 4, or a loa bad 1'iuts, or 4
Uoten Pint boll ea each.
Sold by all Druggists, Hotels, Wine
MerchanU and brat class Grocers.
Bold only at Wholesale by
liailKKKMAN NT, N. V,
Orders by mad receive prompt atten'ion.
43 dozen of the above for sale by
Kline ii Sherman, alasouic Temple,
Slicing and Practical (ieologj,
Lawrence Scientific School.
IlflEag Departments ia Harvard I'aivernty hold
two see.ion-a a year, ot teeety weeks em h,
commencing m February and Heptemtwr. For i in
formal ion apply oy letter 1-a. W uLuo rT Oibbri,
CamondKe, Maes, Dean of both Faculties.
CmbriUtfe, Mass , March t, 1mm;.
roaib 3w eod"
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Logs, Planks, Boards and Veneers,
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ufacturers, and Car builders; also. Mahogany and
bpauian Cedar Coma stuff.
ia cosnecUoa with our lumeas we have larga
Paw Mill, and the moal celebrated Veneer CutunK
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CHANGE OF TIME.
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Kaaaviixa, 1 s , March ttb.
JIN and after lua.Uy, Marrha, lti, and uobl fur-
" ther notice, faew.jrar inua. will run a. lui
own: NASHVILLE & CHATTASOOGA LINE.
LaavB Naebville for Chatunoog-a, aad all pointa
South at 7. Jo a. a. aad 5 So r. w. Amveat Cbaila
Buoga at trSu p. a. aad in a. ., aext day.
KeUinuna: Leave Chauwo.o at a. a. .and
:. r. a. Amveat fuebvuie at 4.00 r. m. and 46
a , next day.
Ail tnunacutineet at Wartrar for Bheibyvill.
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Wet aad Northwest, at 4 sU r. a. Arrive at John
atme'lM at S.Jo e. m.
Keturaio Leav Johrasonvill 1:40 a. ., arrive
at Nannvilie at tut. a.
Trains oe M. A X. W. R. R. eoMeet at Johaaoe,
villc with cratciu. he of meaipeya ioe Paduotn.
Cauoaud ot. Louia.
BERT1I3 ASD MEALS FREE,
stewosers vmamm with N A H W Ruiroad.
Fusseaa-ers by this rout
SAVE EXPENSE OF SLEEPING CAP.3
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Train atop at ail mtorrueo-ale soiata.
W. F. lNBVI,t1MnBt
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Ginseng, Feathera, Beeswax.
rrm E hrheat market pn- will he paid. r zood
L orea n, as the Iti. btor of ft. r.Ws. A
Co., No. u Twt Ma-kat strwat, (Tom Walls' oid
staBUJ for bia-eaig aether aad tianaix. As
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diate MnliOK ;
At St Louis with liannibal and St. Jo,
IS or to. Atiaaoun and Pact ho lUil
Koads for all poinU North
Tra ns leave Chattaoop depot st T 30 am. aad
8 so p n. for Chattanooga and Boiata Huuth.
Naaneille and North-Western trsiiia leave BIT JO
am. and i.M p m for Cairo, rit. Loita aad Chicafto ;
contMcina; at johusuaviil with
First Class Steamers,
where the (reateet enavenienee hiiv bee mad
for lhe trao:.r of puerigrr and I avraa.
No detestinn at Johaeouvilie. Tlieie aill alway
b ea Pi KiT CLAbH Si hAMKB ia readinea o. th
arrval of each train.
1umoitme caiis left at th Offios ia proper sea
on wll bs promptly ttea.lei tu
ri'artiwi will b called for la iloy part of the
H. C. JACKSON,
SUFFER E US
Read! Reflect!! Act!!!
eeatlemen-I am a resident of Cura. oe, and have
been diapoMd to arte u you roa. erniiiK th. raei
value of your BsLUlK AiEKifcM' a. a reoM.ly
or lo.li(Mrtion and lypeMia. I damre to ei prM
to you my aiacer. (rratitu-ie lor th araat Mini th
or. .i ir.r um done my wife.
r or lour or fie veers inv wife ha. heun all.
arhicied with Dyspepsia, aud arier beta under the
treoienl of MeeraJ liuctors tor twooe three years,
aha wa. finally ludimaa ta aeek .he aiteice or a
learnau rnysieian, tjoctor Cauaiia, of VeMi.:a,
w.i., inimeuia-eiv irwtea ner wu j: your a fc.k
iMtaM b.LlZIK APEH.'rTNT. .D l!yn to
unproye at once, and ta now PtKK.lCrrLI V e
f leal it to b my duty lor tbe kotmI of humanity to
... viu. Muwuw, M.uotc taaa a hmoil-iu. a val
luua .Ixjul J 1 1. . .0.1 V kaowa.
'IruuuK you will kiv. this pool cily, and repaat-
ing ivy wrnwi H'auiU'je ami ITUmBji.
1 aw vary reepactfiiliy your,
O. ft. C. HKNKIyUKK.
New York, June 2S, 'M. Mitbai, Cut mmo, AM,
Tne Bunannx mi.lmnv ia our laid Is giv thi
remeoy a tnai , eeavincad mat by ita tim.lv i
maay may e. reli.e-l, many cured of lyyxnepma,
iiuivuiii, eutir aweiiei n, pick tlisadart, lixai
Bewi. ludifriuoa, ilea, Uw.uveu.aa, biUooa At-
lacka, lif cii,ni, Hh.oin.iw A fl.tioa. J Ac
lted the Painpolet of 1 .otinaHuaiB with ea. h bot
tle, aud do not ue the meduiio auiMt th advic
ot your rcywcia.
alaau'actttred only by TA RUA.S" A 00- UT
tjreeew -en atreet, Smw Tor.
w-ro aaia by ail Ijvucaiaia. sny4 ly
Third National Bank
W. W. Berry,
Joseph W. Allen,
Cbaa. E. Ilillman,
A. J. Ihincan,
Edgar J ocee.
Dan 1 r. Carter,
THI8 Bank haa opaaad a th bw.idiOA' latalyo.
cuptad by tba
Cora ef I'aiea aad Oullar Btraats, la tiav.
Eaokinr, Eichanj e inJ Cuilrelinj Butiaeu.
Buy aad aU all kmda of liunnenil Berunb a
Axsut for lb eat ta tiia iw 7i2s3
w. w. BiRav, 1m3ar ioym.
Dissolution of Copartnership
1H Ccptrtawrahlp beeeir. ksown OBd-r th
ftras Btvi. of Hi ..hsX t bAl.TijlAN
date, F N. biu&e reurina ieuia ia coenrm. r
m nmiiaviy ilwlwi rrum
r wiima aaaunan, aad lnuilatjK a. I dent, of
lb. lata Srm u uohaVJ A AL rM AX.
tabraary ITU 18C4,
Io retiring from the aot.v firm, J hndar any
piefu a.-jrxieuir:n.flu to my u rr-o.lv tut to
l.tlrrai pMraoar. v-jrs ha. I lo
aud trt Uiat iu.v wm euat aoa to a. Um aaaaa to
nay Im. ptfrnr. Me. BauuiwMa. Umimg mmurmi that
b.isru..eoocciot.aM wwl a.. . rJ(jrl u
P wtM Irfposad ui aatrcs-c t at.
Coaf6d T4. berated-
tiiiT'V0 l?'" '-Shacks on th. fl-
of it to tl tor a t C. ii. Ordw.y llr -ker
Oiic, Ji. as Colles street. i.
COLGATK S UOKCTSOAP.
ThudebiauiT.!!.,.,, .. nuh u,.r,l
demand. Bad from th. rk.M mw..,.,
Mid and citl..i M , f,,..,,,
rte. aad exinn.;y .eweSrlal in it ecu u
upo lb akin. Foe sale l.y ail Dru au I
' Uoods tillers. i!L - ly
Batcartcr's mir Dje!
Th Original aad Beat iu th World
Th ouly true and period II a, r l). 11. mi
le, Keuablo aud lustauUneou. Produ. ee
mmediauly a spiend.d black or natural
brown. Without mjurioj the ha.r oraaiu.
ltemedie the ill Ueou ol bad dye. b. id
by all Drugiriau. lii. jenuiu u sued
William A. balchelor. Aiso,
ytwrafin; i'rtrecf of JU..'.cffiaee, ,r
itentorxna aid ivf,y,,j M if air.
Go to Bryant, StratUia Co.' Kashvi!!
Business College for a thorough du-aii..u
in Book-Keepiug, PenruL!il.ii, C'ouiui.r
cial La, Commercial Calcul.iiou., iait
netsbip, betllemenls, Ac.
fieud lor Colieg paper, Circular, 4c.
Address DHiA.nl', hi' liAl K1 A 1 1
st as sr.
sr A PhyaleleaVal 1 lew ef Manlui:-
Conuinin neatly i o pa, and IJo r.u. i
and BJsgraviaKa ut lhe uu,iiir of in. hunt.. ,
Uttm 10 a Male ol na.ib and I -.mm, ,m . I r. .
Ui-voa Aarle Errors, Hi. N) iorai. I i.r..,, ...
upoa ihe tlina ami boU, h u.. Aihii..i I :
ot Tr.ataM.Bt ih. ou.f raiiouei aul ..i-.-eN!i..
mod. ot cure, as sho.a l v tt, reuirt ut . .
treated. A trutiuul au hj ll.r bii..i, .u.i
UiOeconlemputiuit marra, . MUerieto .i.tt-. .
of th.ir phfM'l eue.liuii. .'-vat iie ot im-.... ...
any ad.irww, oe na-.it ot ta -eai, in iim-- .
p.lai currency, b ad.lriaii. l'r. La t Ktii . ...
31 Maideu Lu, Ail.u,, V 1.
ll.e auttHr ntav b. 'iiuiled uion anv ! l:.
di-.-ea U.u wlia II liu lik tr.-. wtl..f t.. mu
eiijr .f ly Uuul, u4 ibr.li.-iuw ul lo t -o . :
111. ufld. iUi i ...
II u ,m i: A . I ! I
era. a Willi B lury.
'l'riiuiuitii:., Woraieda, Zi'i'tivp.
to the old home, I w.mid respectluily n
lorm th Ladiea ol Na.-hvlle tu.l we w .l
be prepared to uuuuViuie any kiud ol
Cords, Tusels, Uuttoui, liiurtcs,
asjood and a ch.i-rfu!:y as formerly.
OC'Ail ltnllM t .t t.i.,
novl tf No. L ui. u t..t
Head I hi-..
HA H. N Ml I II,
(tfe A. V. Sn.Hi bj.J
No. 17 'ortb Ciiery street, (c'l.iy R..brt
old stand,) keep lb 1'm.sl laii.il l.i ,
ries, brandi, Wiues, Pure R..erl-. u t'..u:i
ty, Bourbon, aud Kye Whi-.a..-j, c, I i
riutisaaaorliueul of Faucy cir.K cnei. Ali
chuparan be had in the ritv. A.I we a,.
is tu give us a call aud see fr yumuUes
A tOlUU, COLl), or hUUE TllKt) AT
Ksgi'iaaa taassiara TTeri. aa taxi s
caai as.. Ir ai.bso to n.anai ,
I relied. a af U Laaas, a reraaaaeat Thru.
ABmUub, e aa laearakla l-mmj Ul.....
la errs vac tui-ir.
Brown's Bronchial Troches
aviaw a Btaarv isn.rr-s io ess rear., um
taaaixATa an nr.
W ee BreeehliU, Akiaa, t ataerh, ( a.umi
Uv aa Thevat Uleea.,
Tao. -a as aaa rsss wit at.ua b
BiN0EK.i 1Mb Pern io Mi'KAk Ah
will flad lYocbas aaaful in rlauiii th. v.-. ahe.
takea beforB hlacug tr Speak. i;;, au.l reh.viii ti..
throat after aa uuuaualatti 'B f to- .1 ..r...
th Troches are rw-wrumn.Je 1 ma l prwrit.i by
Phyaieiaha, aad have had ta-hmoai'la liun.
stslBwa throughout the country. i..;aw ..ri
de of true merit, aud karma; prveed i.'i. r uli. m y
by a teat of bjmij e. h ye Bu i. lu- iu .1
dlboual locaiiuea ia eaiioua pwl. of ihe w..r:,l, 1
th True I Mrs aruaivraa.ly proaouuead buUer ii.j
Obtain only "baowa'a Bwv il T n.," aa.
do not lake auy of the Wrth'ew 1ui.uo.jiu
may be oOeewl.
bold eeerywher. iu the l'uiUl sialre, abd ia S. i
xa Cm trie., at 10 esut. (r box.
A Vcu-a rao Vs asatai.
Vu-ssacau, Hue , Aug. , is,..,
Vr JKa B Ji Lwr .Sir I am happy to .1.1.1.,
you tiMt 1 hae. 11 ed y.mr vsiumjjI, ciroi. bn . n
with great bniehlto D-x--if, ia Kroany rfc-lal ly .1,1
prr.tri4tion ot u.y ej-..iri pr.Ri.M-.t ly tt.r
bealtuy and n.ia.uiM mrliten. ot Um Si..,, ,
river artrund VM-i-Vrfirx, fi.f.1,4 t.a w.il: i.u .i
eerant'a aimy thrriMri.;ut it .0..1. M.utr.MrM hi..
paaa. I eou&uoy rw.-on.rn.ad it. im. u a-1 p. ; -awn.
who are eapuMj iu uai.va.tlit t-lcriat..
A. ve. .k,,.,
Aot tj. S. SaniAiy Coiniui.-...o
IjrieeiLi.1, Kf., Se(4 .;, ...,
O tlte tl ot Juiy ia-l, i fluinnuj ll,rui.,-, .rj
agaat o: miBe, toil.. Mwiiai lire-b.r w ,.
pariinent uf the Aimy ol Die CuiutMrtao.i, .
pi of my Civlroa biiiers. f r u...pe u..j r.-.
qua. tad J, alter anal 1 sr., be f.ua. it metiu.rM.ip., i.j
eaoi'tjon ad approee lis ur am.rag our a.,1 .i
The loiiwwu. i tlie Mli -mI Lire, lor ii-r, ....
also r.Q KiMH-raat' peprntr.'oa to ... p A .i...u
t.owce, to have it sola u nutters.
J..u rli n..
"I101 B.Uned that Ce-lro K.tteia ..J .1., .0
barns to any 00. it taa p'pr'r au 1 is u.. !.-.
tea. 1 mm no o(:K'toa tu l'r. but 'a i.i pi.i..i
td IO diapoa Ul d lu aui.er..
Heaat A. TaeaxTw.,
Burgeon aad Me.iu ai Imtt wr, I .C."
flaanuCABTraa I'aeaaT. oVTNki'CMaeai .,r, f
.N uaeiLLS, Ties., July j. I i '
tr. Joha TtnU's agent. Mr. , !.. ..ru,;-.,..!,
to ab'p to Naehe.il., i.-na., is sn.M nr ! .1..- r.,
of bun a i.edroa biiters, Icr to euil.4 . 1:..
'1 lie regulation. .f lhe Traaaory lietnuH-:il a
to he-uup4..d with .tra-ity.
hy no bt. 111 aad of M. l.eu. tb-'-rana.
. M Wiis.
Ma(..r asd Prov...t M.rnt.al i;mt4j
For aaje, iliuwia au-i iei I ly UKaul, l
MxVII.l.l'. ! . Naaoeil!., 1-ou.
ocll7- aat uawoia
A VI.NU qtiml.fltvi tw A Iroiuitru.r on tt
N JuliU ti. It avl, w i''s.lt Ifira W U bV'-
U'J U1 ltV1k .vJttiBat C 1U sJ.sl mmU-t a.tafa fit
fit Um will) fiMi tfiiijiB U 1 m ir-M ri'i ir
a, or lt-f tit tm LMrr.f, vav1 ti ! iuvtruj
Cutis krrmni mI am pnfumuL.
'OlrWi w H IJ. KM (TH , Mm'f
Id Chftccer i MclMiuuv
FICBKLakT KUULHa 19.:.
1. R. Bunmpr. tnmp aant,
v V. Met. u mtt rsJ.
MBrr Mrarvejf tU.am, iW- noMt.
IN Wlisi vt il(tanBk' to It'll pL.f -t.-n Ih
Cs-TB Ui MBtTtr tUaU tit" nc? I Kill J 'irfr-n Utit
W ft V-rml4Mal at Us "tl iff 1-ew. Kr 1.'.
Ittm ut-S ismif ptwimm of (t CaiMiK t I- -rti np-.ij
tiiro: Ji m ihwrrior t'f u-r'f ir.att. yu n i tu
tm4t fcr fcwiiF sMer-isv r v-k, iu if .S-ai,ti
Laaauix, ft mwfimT fiiti--! ia wsur,.. I
ft, iviuirii.t vtJ tirfuaMii u ! .f t t ,
fifitia' ot oor igfxt 0iPt, t h l ? . v, lir
vi'-. om Iftw 4i mt9'imf m Mavrvt, t ,t l., t,
ftMwtr O ti47IUr a rOHiI'a Datil U !, or ' ! I -s.fi
Wil tw tJUartj f r roOiws- . HH - i, r
bnolTsi-4V J. J. W-'KKjKi',
Type FtfflaJrf aaJ iif:uU,-,i Eruin,
HAGAH & CO.,
an, S sols sraasv, sw-voaa.
fyl E old oxaMttri
had Fniel" hav-og Urj. ...
eurtmeatuf Hua,vi,Ji'ii eat (.rua
M To, lb r" t"ia.l w iu
auitVu.irfe to s-roiur ' . or j.r kr
tktn. asd (M-iaueg n--""" of .verry iiweriHi..o
i-u44 ft" J aHu-aia, occlf ra