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JlSuYILLE 15I0X FBISTISG CO,
TUESDAY, APRIL 1, ISffi.
AS RIVAL IXD DEFimiE OF TEE TUBS.
Lcvircuie end A'athvXt Railroad.
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Lnm Louisville at
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IfttkvUU and Chattanooga Railroad.
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Arrive at KaabTiUe - P. M.
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Jfashville and Xortk- Witter Railroad.
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Amves at Johnson viile al
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Arnve at ubTilie at.
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1:40 A. M.
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MaJunr. eioee connection with bteamtre lor Pedu.
raj, Cairo aii a bi. Louis.
Edatfield and Sentue.ly Railroad.
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Arrive, at bpnntheld '' j
Leave SnnDgbeld VrjTu.Mm u
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Arrival and Departure of Lebanon Stage.
v.. u: risi'v. at ?:M A M.
Am at Lebanon f -J-
VywTa l I rtn"a ith tt.a Alexandria Coach
..rSToday. Wadaeaiat and Fnd.y; witb Chea-,w,Zrfr.7.V-,.ii
.tt Monday. Wednead.y and
!"V". Office at Bt. Cbarlee Uotel. Korth Market
Arrival and Departure of the Koltnrvilleand
NanhTille on TuwJy. Thursday and Pat.
int.. ktturxini;. iefim Tnune oa Monday, Wed-
D rt.y and Jr ndey. tJtSioe at Cuj HottO, Jwst aide
ri.iaiiitl. Ohio J arm B. QtrtysT. U
our authonaed ajtent to receive adveitisemenu and
aurjacfiphona for the AaAuia I num.
New Orleans, Ia.-Eowt E. Ovaaatx, ol
tlte Commercial Reading Bootr. i our authoriaad
agvmt to receive edvartieemente and aubacripUona
lor the XatMnUt Inion.
Mrmphla, Tenn. D. H. Tnnn A Co. are
our aiiUienaad amenta to receive advert! men U
and aubacripCont for the tiathcilU Union.
loan Hooraa Co., Fabliauem' AgeoU, 41 Park
Bow, New York, are authoriied to contract for ad-
Tertlaing in our paper.
Jot. Cor A Co , Pul4ihr' Agents, Tribune Build-
lns. New York, and Biown'a Iron Building, Fliile
duluUia, are authonaed to contract for advertisiug
iu our paper.
B. M. Prrrnoiu 4 Co , Publishers' AgenU, ST
prk Bow, New York, and Bute atreet, Boaton,
are authorised to contract for advertising in our
Chamber of Commerce.
Tfce regular weekly meeting of the Chara-
r oi Commerce wu held yeiterday after-
noon, Vice President Robert Thompson in
th Chair. Tlie minutes of the j rerioua
niecliag were read aud r;jroved.
The following rmi were represented :
A. A. Spencer t Co., Reed, Chadbourne A
Co., Etratton, Pointer A Co., J. R. Green A
Co., 'Weekly A 'Warren, Hardcastie, Gennett
A Co., W. - J. A T. Parkea, Rosenheim A
Bro., Robert Thompson, George Shields A
Co., Rhea A Smith, D. D. Denton A Co.;
RaUey, Ordway A Co., Massengsi A 6cy-
der, J. J. McCann, J. R. Paul A Co., Mc
Lauglin, But'er A Co , Guthrie A Co., M.
Parsoni A Co., Terras Broa., K. Lyon A Co
C. Nelson A Co , G. B. Hibbard, J. F.
O'Shaughnessy, A. A. Breast A C., Eicklea
A Co., Dicker A Bmith. C. W. Woull
Weekly A Yarbrough, T. C. Crunk A Co-
Hollins A Co., M. X. Parmele A Co., Stea-
kind A Co.
The names of the following firnjB were
projosed for admission, and after the halloi
ng were declared duly elected as new mem
bers : If. W. Taylor, Dolia A Barnea, Gantla
Kiddell, F. Littenberger, A. LewU A Co.
and the Fimt Kational Bank.
The application of the NasbTille Cnion to
be allowed tj lake the daily diopatcbei waa
THE roHMITTIl's lirOBT.
The following report waa read, and, on
notion, accepted :
The undersigned, Joint Committee, beg
leare to report that they have petitioned
the Mayor, Boards of Aldermen and City
Council, and that they bare had interviews
with several of the gentlemen, members of
the Boards, and they all hare the interest
of X&sbville at heart, and are willing to aid
us in any way that may be in their power,
They hsve referred the matter to a special
committee, who have it under consideration,
and are to report at the next meeting of the
W. J. Paeis, 1
M. K. Paxhelb, Com.
Jko. J. McCann,)
By Mr. L. P. Roy: Resolved, by the
Chamber of Commerce, that hereafter no
sales by auction shall be allowed in this
Chamber, except for merchandize damaged
and condemned by the proper Board.
Mr. McCann offered the iollowing in lien:
That ail sales at auction by the Chamber,
shall be confined excluaively to the mem
bers thereof, and no one who Is not a mem
ber shall have a right to bid on any article
at auction. That any ono not a member of
the Chamber shall have the privilege of
purchasing through an agent, who must be
a member, by paying said members an ad
vance of 5 per cent on the price of the arti
cle thus sold ; the i per cent in all cases to
be added to the .price at which the article
was knocked down to the purchaser.
The resolution in liou was adopted.
TIME FOt MEETING OX 'CBAXGE.
On motion of a member, it waa decided
that the time for meeting on 'Change daily
be 2 M o'clock.
The meeting then adjourned.
GiLHTix Accommodates Tiaix. We call
special attention to the fact that there is
now an accommodation train running on
the Louisville and Ksshville Railroad, from
uauaiiu to this city and back. Cit'iens of
uailatin, and on the wa
return before night. See
The following conversation is said to have
occurred between the rival candidates of
this county and some their friends yester
Good morning Major Lewia, where was
yon Saturday? I did not see you during
the entire day.
Major. I was in the city part of the day
and visited the various polls. Judge Brien,
where waa you?
Judge Snen. I viaxn'ttny vkere.
11 t ' 3 ; I : X faw "TvrT
Or. Jon Orrici. Waare executing every
description of plain and fancy Job Print
ii. r in the neatest style, and at the lowest
prices, at this office.
' Harriets Licenses and every description
of Law blanks for sale at this office, or
printed to order.
1'arties aentiing Order to tho Job
Ucput tracnt of this l'aper will plense
write ' I'nion Ollice" on the face of
To MilW-mcn. Milk TickeU (pinU and
quartf) ou different colored card-boards, of
good quality, fur sale at this office.
For Rale at this Office, one good second
hand Boiler. Will be sold cheap for caah.
(spec al Djpatrh to the NasbTille Union.
HAMILTON COl.NTV ALL KltillT.
The Itadicala Nowhere.
The I'nioo Ticket Triumphant.
Toe following telegraphic dispatch was
received yesterday evening. Glory enough
for one day:
' CbattaXoooa, April 2, 1RC8.
: Geo. D. Foiter, Union, elected over Me
Kabb, Radical. Three cheer for Andrew
Johnson, DavIJon and Hamilton.
W. R. TauaMAX.
The following dispatches were received
by the Chamber:
Xkw Yobe, April 2, 12m. Gold 23. Cot
ten dull at 40(a,41.
Liverpool dates of the 22.1 ult., report cot
ton advanced M penny: lJ4(o,:0J.
CisciaSATi, April 2. Pork, $25 50 asked.
Lard 18. Bides 16. Whisky $2 21(a,$2 2J
Superfine Flour $6 75$7 iO. Prime old
Red Wheat $2 1&$2 20. Corn 54&56
mixed and white. Uata in bulk 30(0,39.
Locisville, April 2. Pork f 25 40. Lard
Sides 16. Superfine Flour $6 75(g)
" 35. Corn and OuU unchanged. Whis
ky t: 23.
The April term of the County Court, com
menced its session yesterday the follow
ing members being present :
Jno. 8- Briley, Thos. P. Bumpass, W. V.
Bilker, S. Bowers, Jas. Campbell, W. J.
Chandler, P. B. Coluian, L. H. Children,
Jr., E. Cunningham, J. R. Cowan, E. M.
Cullaui, J. B. Caufield, W. Drake, B.
Dodd, M. J. Dolin, N.F. Dutiet, J. S. Dilla
hanty, J. E. Elliston, M. Gray, W. W. Gar
rett, G. UnUam, w. II. llagaus, U. Jiagar,
J. Hayne, Z. T. Hayes, 11. Holt, W. A.
Knight, W. A. Mathews, H. McXicl, W.
Mecham, A. McDaniel, T. McCarty, J.
Korvell, T. M. Patterson, J. Taul, J. R. W.
Pearley, D. A. Phclan, W. D. Robertson,
J. W. Ruckcr, J. J- Kobb, Chai. Kied, J. U.
Stile, G. W. Spain, L. K. Spain, L. Stone,
W. M. Stevens, T. T. Saunders, A. B.
Shankland, C. M. Stevans, J. Sloan, M. W.
Thurston, J. Taylor, W. J. Taylor, N. B.
Willis, W. H. Wilson, J. Whitworth.
The followiug was prejented:
Judge Whitworth reported as follows: re
garding the Railroad account :
Amount in Treasury, Apr. I, 64, i.m.ji
Paid out since, 42,0ia,5S
The Legislative Election.
The following are the returns of the lrg's
Utiie election, as far aa heard from:
4th " ...
6th " ...
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7th " ...
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Ji " .
4th ' .
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7th " .
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Vth " .
11th - .
lth " .
13th " .
Ibth M .
lth - .
20 ih " .
21st " .
2d " .
There ha been no
The above balsnce is subject
deductions, so thst the actual balance is
oaly about $15,000, while the unpaid tnter
eit amounts to $160,000, leaving a balance
to be raised is $154,000. It is recommended
that to meet the deficiency, the following
course be persued: That the tax on privi-
3fl leges, amounting to $50,000, be appropria
24 ,., ,,, R.ilroad fund: that $15,000 be
taken from the County fund ; after which,
the regular revenue will be sufficient to
meet the demands of the fund.
FINANCIAL CONDITION OF T8B COCSTT.
The following report of the financial con
dition of the County wa rendered by the
Judge : a .
Balance in Treasury
April 1st. 1864,
Received during the year,
Tbadino) ix Stolen Goods. G. Grosman
was yesterday arraigned before Ejquir
Meacbam, on a charge of receiving atolen
goods, and was committed to jail in default
of $:,0i)i) baal.
It.lian Awninr maJe to order. Furni
ture rovered and repaired by Hewitt A Mar
shall, No. 7 College trei. Mar. 8, lui.
Olp Tbeatb Yanaee Locke made a
grand hit last night at the Old Theatre.
The house was well tilled, and the audience
wa kept ia a roar of laughter during the
entire evening. Those who would have a
good laugh, should attend to-night, as the
. Yankee in Cuba " t U be preaeuted, with
Lock and Mrs. Knees in their very best
CaiMiaAL Cocbt. The Criminal Court
feeld its first aession yesterday. The only
tui!xts was the empanneling of the Grand
Jury. :f m J
Rrx Off. A fellow named Dale, who
pretended to be a partner in the Erwin
jjoute, yesterjsy hired a horse and buggy
nd ran of, leaving his wife behind. He
waa not a partner in the house, Mr. Raper
i,eing sol proprietor of that establishment.
CoCNTEEFBITEBa HeLD OvEE. Th tWO
Jtaden eounterfeiU'ra, ef whose arrest w
gave the particular a few day ijac, were
yesterday each committed to jail in default
of bail, for their appearance al the next
term of the Distru-t Court.
The Judga is of opinion that $45,000 will
eoverth expense of th County for the
next year : and that not only need there be
no tax levy for city expenses, but $15,000
may be aafely expended for Railway pur
Eight ballot were bad for Jailor, s fol
lows : ;
K. Ray 6, R. Bcott T. J. H. Galbrith 5, G.
Hamlett 3, K. Branch , W. D. Maddox 4,
jrilTHarris 7, Scattering 17.
Bay 5, Scott 10, Galbrith 7, Hamlett 7,
Branch 4, Maddox S, Harria 8, Scatter
Ray 6, Scott 6, Galbrith 8, Hamlett 7,
Branch 7, Harris 10, Scattering 10.
Ray i, Scott 8, Galbraith 9, Hamlett 7,
Branch 10, Harris 10, scattering 8,
Rsy 4. Scott Oialbraith 11, Hamlett 5,
Branch 13, Harris 12, scattering 3.
Ray 4, Bcott 7, Galbrailh 12, Hamlett 4,
Branch 16, Harris 11.
Scott S, Galbraith IS, Branch 20, Harris
. EIGHTH BALLOT.
Galbraith 20. Branch 2i, Harris 8.
Mr. Franch having received a majority
of all the votes, was declare.1 elected.
The court then adjourned till to-day.
Ibt Goods Among the many dry goods
Joar in thi city. Meter. Sicklea A Co.
deservedly hold a high place. They are
alwy op to tb times, beving th best
Moalitf ofgooda, at th lowest market pri
rea. Ladie desiring to secure a fine article
.rdrtu rd. should give them a call U
for purchaaing. In idt"a to their well
elected alack of good, for lb ladies, they
fc.v. . be.ut,ful line of gentleaien tur
ihing good for th pr;ng aOB. W
airect attention to thir advrtiBBt in
Coroxbb'b Inkiest Abeets. Coroner
Geo. W. Sorvell yesterday held an inquest
on the body of the negro killed . by Mr,
Spain, while attempting to break into hi
store. The facts elicited are as published
oa Sundsy in eur columns.
After tb inquest, the Coroner ascertained
that there were some stolen dry good at the
hous in which the negro lived, and he at
once promptly took possession of them, and
arretted two negro men and one woman, in
whoee possession they were lound. The
parties are now i jail, and will prolably
be examined to-day.
Damttks, Lace Curtains, Window Shades
Cornvae and Wall Paper. Large stork and
at loweat rates. iut received by Hewitt A
Marahall, No. 57 College street.
Carpetings, Oil Cloths, Mattings, Drugita,
Bug and Mala. Largest atock in Nashville
just received by Ewitt A Marahall, No. 57
CoU ltrwU tT. .
Offieial Circnlar To the Freedmen
liEBEAC itEFUVEKS, t BEEDMEM AND
States or Kentccet and Tennessee,
assistant Commissioxeb a Office,
Nashville, April 2, 1466,
It is the opinion of physicians that the
Asiatic cnoiera wui mate it way to Nash
ville within a few weeas. It has been
ateadily travelling from its home in the far
iast, westward : and, if it reaches Ntsh
vile, it will in all probability hud amonr
the colored population a large number of
To prevent, if possible, the introduction
of the disease, or its prevalence amooe the
coioreu people snouiu it una its way nere, 1
am airectea oy Brevet Major Oeneral Clin
ton B. Fisk, Assistant Commissioner, to or
der and enforce the following refutations
ana provisions :
1. V ittin the first fifteen days of April,
every house inhabited bv freedmen in
-Naatmllrt and Edceneid, within one mile of
the city limits, must be well whitewashed
the small ooard and plank iiouse inside
II. All garbage and filth of every kind
most be cleared awav, privies cleaned.
white-washed and limed, and the premises
put in good sanitary condition, btrict at
tention must al,o be given to personal clean
liness and diet, and to ventilation of dwell
III. A thi disease mar be very readily
checked in it first stages, it is a matter ol
the first importance that the freedmen have
at hand, and ready at a minute's notice
should the scourge make it appearance, a
simple and effectual remedy to check it it
Dr. Robert McNeilly, Assistant Surgeon
of the U. 8. A., will prepare an excellent
remedy of this kind, lie may be found at
the Dispensary of the Bureau at til is ollice.
IV. A another precautionary and pre
paratory measure, a Sanitary Commission
naa been appointed, consisting of the fol
lowing colored gentlemen : William Sum
ner, Pres't., Henry Herding, Vice Pres't.,
Rev. Ransom Harris, Sec'y., John J. Carey.
T - n T T) . T 'i II ' .
lieu.! a. Ajuwry, xkcv. Auiei nnuams.
Wm. Lawrence, And. Tait, F. Parish, W.
B. Scott, Rev. A. G. Merry, A. Menefee, C.
W. Napier, Wm. Miller, W. Tvrce. A.
Buchanan, D. Brown, D. S. Lapsley, Welson
walker, J. Btotnard and b. jjoyd. This
Commission will a-sees and collect a tax of
one dollar upon each colored person over
ehteen and under sixty years old, residing
wimm me city, or wunin one mile ol it
mit. They will appoint and pay com
petent assessors and collectors, who will
make assessments, collections and returns
a business-like way. The tax will be
collected prior to the first day of May, and
win be deposited in tbe Jiasnville Jr reed
men's Savings Bank, to be controlled by the
Commission, and used for hospital and
heritable purposes in any emergency that
V. All good citizen are earnestly invited
to aid in the prompt enforcement of these
regulations. Thousands of lives and un
utterable suffering may be aaved thereby.
And tkey trill be enforced. My orders are
imperative, and good will to the freeduien
requires they be rigidly obeyed.
VI. Un the sixteenth day ot April 1 shall
send inspectors, accompanied by a sufficient
police force, into every part cl the city and
it suburbs, with orders to arrest any and all
persons who shall nave disregarded these
regulations, and 1 will punish them se
Vll. It will afford me pleasure to co-ope
rate with the civil authorities in any and
all measures calculated to promote the
health of the city.
Superintendent Davidson County.
Post Ofilce Building,
Pfixsliville, Ten ii.
The Perfection of Family Sewing Machines,
JLaL&W WUUWaAUl aba A VTA WMWW,
At the Tennessee Agency, No. 6 Cnion 8treet.
Important Order by Gen. Fisk.
Bckeau ofRefcgkes, FbkedmenI
amd Arandoned Lands.
States or Kentucev and Tenx-
Assistant Commissionek's Office,
1 Rauhville, Tesx., April 2, lSfiS.
It is the opinion of physicians that chol
era will visit the United State during the
present yeir. it u certain itm tins tt.i-
dernio has been ateadily travelling from the
far East in its usual course vt est-ward, and
f it reaches this country, the present sea
son will, in all probability, make its wav to I
this District wuhin a tew weeks, lu such
an event, it is also probable that its most
numerous victims would be among the col
ored people. .
"Au ounce oi prevention is wortn a pound
I cure, ana vo proveuv, u pussiuie, me in-
troduction or prevalence of this scourge,
Superintendents of this Bureau, in all tthe
cities and large towns of the States of Ken-
tacky and lennessee, will, without delay,
institute tne most tnorougu sanitary measures.
The premises occupied by freedmen must
be policed and put iu tne nest posimie con-
it ion by cleansing, wnite-waaning, etc.
J,et particular attention oe given vo in
cleaning up of filthy streets and alleys,
rty sewer and out- buildings.
Over-crowded, half-lighted and ill-venti
lated hut and cabin invite not only
bolera, but alt other diseases oi us type.
All surplus population in cities and towns
hould secx tne country wiuiout a single
ay's delay. Good country homes cd,
with proper exertion, be procured lor ail
who are not well provided lor.
The Medical Ofbcer ot the .Bureau will
provide and place within the reach of the
lreeamen me oev rvmauin uvwu, w me
rest the disease in its early stages.
Superintendent will see mat tne freed
men are made familiar with the beat mean
of protecting themselves against the inva
sion of the diaeaae.
Let there be appointed in each city and
trwn a reedmen a canitarr Commission.
composed of five or more of the leading
freedmen, wno win oe suiuonzeu vo assess
and collect the sum of one dollar from each
colored person between the ages or eighteen
and sixty years, rsiaing iu ssm city or
town, or witbin one mile of town or city
. . - i r.
limits, to consiuuie a uospnai iuuu.
The fund ao collected win be aepoaitea in
savings banks, subject to the control of the
commission for hoepital vurvoset only.
The co-operation ol tne civil autnorities
will be invoked, and Superintendents will
assist municipal and other civil officials ia
every practicable measure tor tne prepara
tion ol the people for any emergency.
There will be appointed odo or more in
rectors for each densely populated section.
whoso special auty will be to se that th
measures indicated in tin circular are
thoroughly carried out. Clinton B. Fise,
Aivt- Juaj. uen. sua &u v vow r.
i'ALSO THIS WBlsIi KNOWN
Twitt, Linen and Cotton Threads, Needles, etc., duplicate part of iftchiae eomstantly
on hand. Machines repaired. AgenU wanted and liberal inducements offered.'
CAMP & ELLIOTT, General Agents,
2d Floor, No. 6 Union Street, nr Market.
Janl3-tf NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE.
8. Or. 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 Soap, ' '
Mackerel in barrels, half barrels and kita,
White- Fish iu half-barrela,
Salmon in kits,
Sugar-Cured and plain Hams, Bacon and Lard,
Butter and Cheese,
Rio, 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,
Bice, and Pearl Barley,
Tomato Catsup, Cumberland Club and Peppor Sauces,
Lea & Perrin's Worstershire Sauce,
English and American Pickles,
Raisins, Currants, Citron and Sardiues,
Snuff, Tobacco and Cigars,
Canned Peaches, Plumbs, Cherries, Blackberries, Raspberriea
Oysters, Salmon and Lobsters,
Spice, Pepper, Nutmegs, Cloves, Ginger, Cinnamon,
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,
Washington, April 3. House Mr. Shel
labargcr introduced a bilt to declare and
protect ail privileges and immunities of
citizens of the Cnited State. Read twice
and referred to the Committee on Judiciary.
Mr. Denny, of Washington Territory, in
troduced a biil in reiaticn to the Convention
nf Washington Territory. Referred to the
Committee on Judiciary.
Also, a biU granting land to aid in the
construction of a railroad and telegraph
line from Pugit's Sound and Admiralty In
let, Washington Territory, to Columbia.
F.et'erred to Committee on Pacific Railroad.
Washington, April 2. Senate. Tbe gal
leries aro densely crowded to-day, in annci-
pation of the debate on tne rresident s veto
of the Civil Rights Bill, but it is said that
the subject will not be called up until
Senate Military Committee reported a bill
to equalize bounties, in a new form, when it
waa recommitted to me nuuivary iommuvee.
It gives to every soldier in the late war
eight dollars and twenty five cents per
month, minus amounts already paid. Home
Guards or troops called out lor local service
sre excepted from the benefits of tbe act.
Tbe money will be paid, under the act, to
any claimant or attorney.
Mr. Sumner offered a resolution calling
on the Postmaster-General and the Secretary
ot the Navy to report to tbe Senate whether,
since December last, any persons nave been
permitted to euteron the duties of office iu
these departments, and receive salaries,
without taking the oath required by law.
Mr. McDougsl objected, and the resolu
tion went over.
Fesveoden of the Finance Committee re
ported the Loan Bill without amendment.
Mr. Koye of Ohio introduced a bill to pro
vide tot the payment ot the lltn Cincinna
ti Kegiment ol volunteer Jdniiia, uurm
iu service in the Cnited States army in tbe
year 1362. Read twice and referred to the
committeeon military affairs. Bidwell of
California introduced a bill to confirm a se
lection and location of certain lands granted
to California by the United States. Read
twice and referred to the Committee on
Public Lands. Xiblook introduced a bill
transfering tbe franking privilege on ex
Presidents of the United States. Read
twice and referred to the Post Office Com
mittee. Resolution introduced by Mr.
Roger of Xew York, thi day a fortnight
since and debated last Monday, relative to
United States Senators, Ac, came up as
next business in order. Price moved their
reference to the Committee on Way and
Mr. Roger modified the last resolution of
the series, by adding the word "and all
Government securities heretofore issued,
shall bear their lair share of the Federal
taxes." The resolutions were referred to
the Committee cn Ways and Means.
Mr. Wardssy offered the Iollowing:
YVheeeaj, This House, on a previous oc
casion, instructed the Committee on Mili
tary Affair to report a bill equalizing the
bounties of soldiers and sailors; and where
as, action by Congress it demanded by
many of these soldiers and sailors, and
widows and orphans of those who have
perished in the held, in hospitals, and rebel
prison pens; and, whereas this session of
Congress is far spent, and a definite action
not yet had on the subject ; therefore
Resolved, That the Committee on Military
Affairs take the liberty to report by bill or
otherwise upon the subject at any time.
Mr. Schenck, chairman of the committee
un military affairs assented, but slated it
waa easier for outsiders to consider it in all
its lights than for the committee to perfect
a measure which would provide liberally
for the soldiers and at the tame time take
care of the interest of the country. The
matter had been referred to a sub-committed
which was prepared to report upon it
Mr. Blaine who had especially had it in
charge, was absent on account of the death
of a relative in Boston, and the committee
would prefer to wait his return, before any
bill wa reported. The resolution was
The following rcaolution, by Mr. Tike,
March lyih, which then went over, under
rule, came next in order: Whereas, the
Governors of several of the British Provin
ces have publicly warned our fishing flat
otr the fishing grounds with a design to re
new the unreasonable claims made by them
prior to reciprocity treaty, and annoy our
Resolved, That the Sec'y. of the Navy be
requested to send a sufficient naval force to
fishing grounds to protect our citizens in the
engagement of their rights as recognized by
the treaty of liVS.
KITEK A-D 8 TEAM BOAT IJEWS.
- t"" "uier i exceedingly warm, and
we river is going down rapidly, with 4'
feet scant on the shoals.
HEGEMA" Co-s GKNUIS MEPIClNaLCOD
Liver Oil tuu proved, bv iweniv vr'
eipeneoce, the most Taiuaue remedy in use, w
while it cure the dieae. it inveaatrernnh mii Hmh
to the paueet. Wairaotrd pure and n.aie iro-n
rreh Liver, with (real cht, viuxmt any aru&oisl
HKGEMAX A rty
marT.iim Cbmjt and Druggist. ew York.
a aaaay aetata, bat all aree thai
SjIOLAXDES'S extbact bccku
enre KIDNKY DISEASES, RHETMATISM. URI.
NARY DISORDERS, ttRAVEL. WEAK SES3 and
FA13 lathe BACK, PEMALB COMPLAIN fU
and DISF.AS1S arising from EXCK63EH, more
quieuy and eSaeliraliy thn aT fluid Extract
Uacku is the market.
TARB KO OriiKU.
Bold by all Apothecaries. Price $1.
wabfT . f N,w Torl- D BARNES,
' Oriaan., Southern Aeems.
Bl KLhlCH ROtiEiU, Wboleeale l.ruirte.
1 nr-.iiM. :rn., it
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: ;iv; tA IH i: JJi: Ia-i i
-M M ,rn. i, m m
D?A.RiCHARD JONES' DISPENSARY
"!v. ?.jtzznr?' v 1
ThLimii nil; ! ; !
FOR PRIVATE DISEASES.
1 ' !
!!- . 1 K .i-l l . '! ' 1 t-a l I
-I . - .
. coBjrauc. 1. 1. a. book.
a. a. BOaiNSOB.
W, I CORNELIUS & CO,
AT THS OLD STAND,
No. 49 Church Street,
JJA VS on hand a good supply ef sll kinds;of;
IiIativlll8liocl in 1So7, at
NO. 23 DEADERICK STUEET.
HAVIX3 FOR SEVERAL TEARS NOTICED TUS
treatment for PRIVATE DISEASES, bv the use
caustic Injections, with painful operations, etc., was an used
tnav tnese uiajeases migai oe cured Dy siuo u:
B.VRBAR0V3 MOPE OF
ft ramt.c ui:.-i:. n !.,
rr-sinr p'.:"ii t:
ro pleasant aud re...; ri .
CASES and CASKETS,
Wood, Cloth, and Velvet Coffins
ALL KLNL'S OF
The boat UEARSES and CARRIAGES
in the City.
Good, attentive atsistanta, and everything necea-
tl--l!jle I w (li lln
or w.ih niany y n. j.
All ol which I am ofToring at
Call antl.iiidsro lor yourself.
C. A. CAMPBELL.
.B. W. SPIRE
By Telegraph 1
New Yobe, Haich 29.
Gold opened at Vl4 and closed at vnyvn).
Cotton dull at 4i41c
Kiw Ton, April S.
Itcreaeem loans........ .....S2,SW,fm
jacrt-ase ia hikh: !.................. ..
lucreve ia cireulatiou . ,
lu.!reM.-e ia Jf wsiOj
Iucreise in legal tuJ r....
CAMPBELL & SPIRE,
(SUCCESSORS TO H. CAMPBELL.)
Iraportors of and Wholesale anil Retail
Silvor Plated and Britannia Ware,
Castors, Forks, Spoons,
Table Cutlery, Tea Trays; ic.
LAMPS and COAL OIL
Assorted Crates for Country Trade,
ALWAYS ON HAND AT
Bio. Public Square.
Prices Reduced on sll Imported Goods In tha sam Pro
portion as the decline in Gold.
AMONGST the many jomplimenUry ,
Doticea given us by the preaa of this
city, we know of none which we dem
m coming with bo much heartfelt Bin-
ins from the A-un-
velle Daily Union :
' At a period like the present, when our
city is filled to overflowing with a trausieut
population, ana diseases preon w
u nt hitherto uu.lreamt of, it is proper that
the means of cure should be of ready ac
cess, and that tnose nnmeuiaveiy iuirr-3i. u
hou'd have information which will lead
them to avail themselves of competent
xi-.l.ral advice. Aieu wno nave urru n-
. .v.. I.a.i a..1.a1. rxf th nmfnftSlon
rated in m
.r t end been successful in a vrac-
. e T.rs. are urelv worth V of
if" they have eiven their atten
tion exclusively to one branch of the rro
fesaion and made themselves mwUr of it,
they hive still more ri?ht to expect sup
port, more particularly if they have afTord
t , ' . ..'. i.-; .Liliiv to cure. To this
eo priH,. ... --"w fHlT.KMA K.
latusr cjaa Dcionjta ' : , "
who, in hi specialty, has hoed a benefactor
Ia it-.'ii.L.i. ina iuit V" w
a a safe and sure physician."
We reanectfullT inform our frienda
that we may still be found at our oaice,
relieving those afflicted with
Also, all Female afflktions arising from
functional derangement of the WOMB
nd irregular Menairuation.
All my preparations can be sent by
Express to any portim of the country. .
L. L. C0LE3AN, M.D.,
t Sorth Cherry Street,
Fot Office Box SOX. PaahviUe, Tnn,
All Poreitre fiooda. wbjrh eompha a larre rrorjortio. rJ nnr ik a:.u .v..
Potven-e, and all Amencaa manufacture, we order from the Manufacturer; we are thereby enabled to
eompetewith any market in the United Biatea, only adding tbe difference in Irmnnponauon : and as both
memhers of the firm have been engaged with H. CauriDbeil for nu, -.r. h. ..,-.
ouraelvee that we are thoronguij acquainted with the erocaary btuuneaa, and are fully Dranarad ia
supply th wants of the pnbiie. 'r
FirtUalir itdxtlon paid U racking asd bipping
I CAMPBELL & SPIRE,
' ' rroan em
. 2,tt;.llt j
Cimcinnati, April L
Flour uschant;?d and dull; demand local and
ocuiiu.'J to higher gratlee ; tumlar J 8uperhoe at
ti 757, do Kxtra S7 763S, and Family S'J KtaS
60, Ertra Family S19(sll 61.
Wheat dull for lower grades, bat old Red and
While wanted at high rate, but are notoflfered a.
the same figures last quote.!.
Cora 2c higher and in good demand from the
South; Mixed Stg.ioc; in Elevator 16si;7c.
Outs dull at 3t'38c for No. 2, 40c in Gunnies.
Bye and Barley, dull and nominal.
Mess Pork is held at 126 5"26, but buyers did
not offer over 60(325; bulk Shoulders advanced
to IOqJIOJ.o, packed, holders asking higher prices.
Lard at 19c in demand, hnt held at lS'.c.
Baoon nncl'nged; Shoulders 12)4 Ucar Bides
But;er, letter supply and prices lower, closeing
Livurooi., March 22.
Cotton dull, prices weak ; sales for the two iy,
13.001. Middling Cp'ands, lsd.
Breadstuffs dull and unchanged.
Provision quiet but steady, except Lard, which
tends downward. .
Broras SiSfC'-a fir money. United St ilea
6-20S, 71'rj71i:. lilmol Central sharea, 80. Ene
harea, t!,W-'f. '
Lohcos Mvsit Maslact. A gloomy feeling per
vade J the stock exchange oa tbe 20th, the p incipal
cause heing the warlike rumors from 6ermany and
distrust created by expantion of the Joint Block
Discount Comptny'a affaire. At the close, how
ever, more favorable account from Germany
canned alight improvement, and consols closed
397. Demand for discount was comparatively
moderate. Kate remaina at 6 per cent.
Lojdou, March 11, A. M.
Tbe cotton market oa Monday waa Arm, but on
Tuesday, under very heavy receipts, became flat.
and generally pricee were per pound lower.
Middling Uplands, laJiJafld, bales for t.o dtjf,
BatAiXTCrrs. Wakefield, Nash a Co., and Kicb-
arrison, Pena A Co., report fljur dull, with a ten
deiyy downwards. Whtat quiet but quotations nn-
I ahaned. Winter Red 105 It. 6d. per cenkd. I
Cora firmer and in fair demand ; mixed 2ia 6d per
Paovisioss. Uigland Olhild, and Bruce A Mack
both report Xroit a sbade easier. Pork remains
firm. Bacon drooping, Lard dull, and about t
lower, 'lutver alow. Bugir unchanged. Ctffee
and R i . active demand, but steady. Rioe in
fairdef aid tt Aill rates. Tallow firm at 51s j5!s
on the spot.
Pcraoicca Firm at ts Id j2s Sd for refined.
We aliio atland to the removal of Bodies to and
irom other poinia. at raaaonable rates, and to the
oiii.im:iiua oi pariiea empioyiug na.
keP also ou hand a gnod snpply of UNDER
, . , , ' MATEK1AU wui. h we will luroioh to
uiiuniurii wueu atwired at rrxvioaue raiea.
Tennessee and Cum berland
OIL aIND mllu company
upecial Act;of the Ig:lture of .Teanenaee,
UX Oil., 1
EXKMPT FKOM ,AL PEK-SUNAl, LIABIUTT.
Capital Stock, $000,000.
Uinde l mto 30 00O Share of tX each. 75w shares,
or SIM.otal iiav ima aupmpriaifil as wi.
iMg capittti, lor tne u.veJopenMmt of the
proprriy of the Company.
Id Course of Treatment
Fbys'e'ar.s are constantly annoyed by pstient returning with n-con.larv svmi'l.vns
Ir. J0NS ha discover' mode of treatment for the. d,oss.- wini-h is ratber a
Pleasure inan a pain, uis treaunent nas unuerroce a ibt.rouch icviti,- t . an I
ha been Ruod much more emcient than any i ther. lie is nr
I complaint! of patients with se:ondnry Sypbiliis, swollen orjant,
lonis produced by tne U1J School lrealuient.
R. JOiVKS'S charcrs are the s.ime in all cases will cSrr- f
week's attention that he would for one month, and it is of coume to hie mu-r, it. t
cure as tpeediiy a possible.
In all ctses, which saves to the patient the extravagant prices of me. !.,,:!, r -
scriplions, which will, in many oafs, coet more than the wh.ile of b rtn,-., .
sides you save vourst-lf the probability of exposure, in rniiine lT thn me.t .- w.a ; a
Drug Store. The cilice is so arrnnced thst no one need sec J"U while there. Au
business and correspondence STKloTLY l'KIVATE.
l alienta and strangers, in visiting
Br. -Jones' Dispensary.
I Should be particular in regard lo the number of the Street, ss tliern are otiier r ins
in the viciuitv which resemble those of DR. JON'Kd'B.
C-y A plain S;l'U will be found over the d.r.
Ail communications by mail or otherwise should be addressed to
DR. A. RICHARD JONES.
ri.pensary, Xo. 11 Deaderick St., or f. O. I'-n 7o, N . ilivr.l., linn
ttiy All C'ouiraunications to ensure attention, eiiould en.livo a Mami
to pay return poatagn.
IF YOU AliS SICK
A milled amount only of the stork thus appro-
pm lea nas ueen placed in the hands of tne oih'ers
ol tne Qcmpany to lie sold at pr share ; and aa
tne slok Iias all l-eu issueu, full paid, in pay.
mem oi property, 11 is not tnerelore, l.ablo to l
Orrin. ho. mi North Cherry street, PostoMice
uox mi, asnviiie, lenn.
r. a. roi.Toit, of Tenn.
. c. ai-vrs,
A. u. SAarvao, "
c. l. awiaa.raa, of N.T.
MUW V. HMITH, Of MllUl.
a. a. asixa, ol Mich.
PrettuUnt, A. fl. 8ANFOKD,
Pres't 1st National Bank, Nashville.
Vies PrenJent, A. Q. WEL1-S.
Secretary, F. H. COLTON.
IVsrwirrr, WM. C. BUNTS.
Uuxing Supermini, at. C. I.. HEQUEMBOURol
The property of the Com Deny consist of lease-
noi l inivrvsisio vne rouuues ol uveruin, Feutress,
WbiU. Jackson, aud Wanvn, in the but of Twu
neeeve, amounuog in the a rebate to over eight
The mfmbarship of the Company and the Bnard
of li recuirs comprise men ol bosmrss extxrirnt e
and reputation, and of a thorough and practical ar
qiiaiiiUui.'e with the oil mine, of Pennsylvsma,
The Mining Superintendent one of the first n
plorers of the oil Bfld of that Hta'e, and struck Ilia
fiTO flawing oil well in the countrv, well knowu as
the Hequernbourg well, and to whVh the cil int-r-esu
of fVnnsylvaaia, then ia their nascent stale,
we-e very largely indebted.
This Company will lease portionsof their valna
ble lands, in small tracts, to private parties or coin
panine, for ixmidiatk Drvruiptir.vT. True i a rare
chance for bona filt operatm voobtaia leases on
terms that will be amply rxmunorative.
Terms made kuowu on application.
0 MBBB SrBCCLATOBS WILL BB TRIATSD WITH.
Iswc-nption of lands and samples of Oil obtained
from the property may be seen by calhag at the
omoe of the Comismy, No. 66 North Cherry
avret, Nashville, Tenn.
Tbe berretary, F. 11. Co! ton. Naahville, will re
ceive ordera Air stock, and will f. rward rertificauw
by rntum mail when the money accompanies th
FRANK I MM,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
13 r. Velloo's fliile Cerate !
TOE TH BT.TIR1IISATI0X OP
Body Lice, Crab Lies, and other Vermin,
And for the Cure of fjommon Itch, Camp Itch, Barber' Itch, Psoriasi,
Scald-Head, Tetter, Dandruff in the Hair or Beard. Also all
Diseases of the Skin. Price $1 per box..
This Cerate has bee In use ia Fraece, aid all the European eotmthea, and wa disco T
rTl I oa rf ,fc6 mamt eminent and distinguished Surgeons in the City of Pan a
Th Proprietor has tone to anaat expense to procure Ute original raoaipi of Dr. Vellock
for his receipt of the Cerate ; im h oelesrated
ALTERATIVE. OR BLOOD PURIFIER.
which should he used t Cleanse the Blood, and op tha Bowels in all d ee of th.
?kB MD,ary lob. used with UiCKliTa where vh obec u tne desiruo
vioa Of Lice or other ermia. ' ' i ' , J at . . t,
Priet OntDoiiar lr &tile.
Physicians , geaerally, pay little or ae attention to these affliction, aad the consequence
1 families suffer grest ennoyaaeeefrora Un, T. titr, AUw;- U m tc , and nli l-
f m1 1 '! ""e""" "ski. ere rsauwretAss from pareat to
Ch4; mv!.cJ"?',"r,'TwOTK 'ram Hie avsvera.
The PIMacKK4IKandlh.ALTi4AliVii may be foana lot aaie bv all Drusitisl.
nl can he seM ty mad ereiprm U all pane of the country
All ordrre soooid be addreawd to : ". :t'
JA.ME8 OTaAhcoCK. Iprieaor.
IASTAS a CO, ar my Who'aasJe Agents In NashnU- Ifm. . . maiai,
Eeir il me.
This Tic, which ia never practiced ia
th. presence of any one, ha proved the
everlasting rain of thousands of th. noblest
and most talented young men that ever
fav. tongue to eloquence or pen to song,
t ha deavroyed health, blasted th consti
tution, and reduced th. miserabl. victim tc
a living skeleton. Nor ar. these it ilnal
and fatal .Cecls ; in it pain are scattered
the rums cf reason, th. most melancholy
sight that can meet mortal .ye. To b
curd permanently of this affliction, call oa
vr. Coleman, Ao. M Aorta Cherry street
or addree him by Utter, Box oi, Naah
TUi, inn. f.bas-af
Lewis Porrin & Co.,
No. 1 SIMMONS' BLOCK,
South-west Corner Church A Bummer 81.,
N n h li v i 1 1 o .
The Most Perfect Iron Tonic.
HBGKWAV3 Ferrated Elixir of Bark, or Elixir
nf Caliaavs Hark, snlh PyroDnnet.haui of iron.
Prepared by llKVaMAN CO., CderuiAl aud
lejiitKisls, New York.
PIKOPBOwPEAIE OF IRO! waa rasrodwoed by
E. Robtqurt, of Pane. " l1. aad recaived avorar
bie notKsf from the freaich Acadewv-. it i aaaa J
aeaimilaved, and ao decomposed in t:, eioaiSLb by
mod or the gaetne nia sat prompt, e(nciee
toe, enuUsaiaa the etlects ' Pnoefiborut and
Iron, anj i rxx sdmuiafng or imtant.
Our KkkKATSd) &L1X1B OF hAEK i. a pieaa
eat OtTi, poMnaanag Uto vuliable aroperbee af
Calwava tlark, aeat coauaiM eKOt graraa of tne Py
rcpaoapbase ef Iroa in iatli ! Jl musre; .n't ia all
where a mild aad rraecioua Lrea Tojue as
daeired. will be foosd a awet valuable arepawou.
. taweie ftirataro to Psyewtaa oa arplaiisa.
PI Ka VAiV.i8i8 ClU-Hia.aJJriaaai.laaiiHy
eountrv rhil-'.ran, warraaved rei-ere.
Co i Cordial fc.ui.raJJeve Bark.
Aluaa aad Kiao 1 nangea and cam rale Fvaaae. La
eaetTea. All Uia above soi t-y Ifufa.
. : AXaavAfevtvArer '
Hadfie!ds Union M -Works,
IBfTOrrTKR Chioeea rSm-Crackera, Bockeia,
Ak-. aianafacturMr T lurn. I'lu, Aa a
a large aeaortrtieiu of b. own imporwuoa ef
Toy. mm Tamcf t-ooala,
r John Street, Bear Brcevjway, Sew-TorB Cry.
0a itMl I T
To Whom It May Concern.
AIXTssrwrae lTte (bairns afaivti rh Sa!Vn
aa Caetiaaonea Railrsa! 'Vmpanv, larerrs)
p-.o kt JuiT, are not4el mat an sja-n
C:aM eee raksrred to a Conm nea of D resume,
eoewetieeof Levi Wade, at. a. fios., and Thoe.
H. ta.jj Kia-. wlio wseet m k urlreeatavr. oa
Moavaay i Toaaday, Sttta aaat 7th .
A very largo Sprint; Stock of th. latest
patterns of Wall Paper and rTmcfote Shades,
comprising all style and qualities, ia store
and for sale by Mbbbitt A Hill,
47 Church atreet, MsyGeid Building,
mha-lf Opposite Maxwell llotel.
TOt'LD reepectejiie ennoonca to th PuWie
and Trade tliat he is krroared to L.l ail or
Goods in His Lino.
l i . i ' ,
IS THE 1I03T SUCCESSFUL
Of the Freaent Age.;
His Practice now Extends over
IS JJIFFKIIENT HTATKH.
With his General Practice, ha treats the follow
UUKUS1U CASES :
r.heuniatisra. Affections of the Lungs.
Diseases of the Throat, hwelled Joints, Slid
Limbs. I'leurisv. Pains. Llrrr. I arirpr. (, ra
vel, Diseases o the Heart and Liver, Inila
mation ol the btoiuach, Neuralgia, King's
Evil or Bcrntula, Liealnesa, Disnuim of the
Eyes, Debilitated Systems, Dyspepsia or
Imlirestion.and Consumption, bli ther with
1 1 rivato Diseases, aud Discuses of the
TO T LIE LADIES!
All affet-hona of the Womb treated with aucceaa
ToUftaT Marned Iji:. mhram fMiasnrtiiM it hm
bmn avrt to bricbt ktu iu tiu i a, i:u couauil
dm itiir by iKU-r or in ytmou.
Of all gradee. Primary and Secondary, r n tiled
from the Myntem.
NIQIIT EMISSIONS CURED
PR. M' fill. I, treeta fiisearsM at any .1 stance, and
aead Medjciuee to ail parte, batiaiaction giuuran-
tl.t Office ia one of tbe finest arracrril la the
City, wuh two nxmia, w:t ftid up ior tiie rts'en-
Pou of Lade aod nUeriee- whe are daiiy viatt-
ing him Irotu ail istrte.
k'A leiu rs direcusl to DR. McOlI.I,, Bo Tt.
siashvule, '1 ena.
OfTkw on Uaion streat, over Tork'a book more.
2 fh o
w fvi'vy i ,t 1
V: -----t- ji
An OU Song, sot to a hew Tun.
W s A - s -
fi - ; -
MA vswtm t-a.vj n N T v
ri y tnWii t'i rT?ia-. krioain '
'l r- from t ishiih."
" N-t diMt,ui kV. itiss K:tfitta Km;.
Iutrt t'uii)ijiit ft u.. if ,! i.j tii
ts a i.a-l.
i- I 1 .r ,
It l .In", it- , I
"CostarN" BfJ Kj; rt.riitiiilir
Is a liitii.f or wssn ii'A.1 to .1.-' . .. .. i
also as a pre.aut.Te lr !.,! . . .
"ICstar'sTlt-ffrlr Powder f ir in
is!.r .".. Ws H f.
mwlcniJlii.'..K'..itT.!'.i, ir .
1 1 f(
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fre ll. si "l ami
lli.nl. an.i Kiass, isrt.'i'' vm .
TAddrr-4 Jlh.MlV it
rSoM in N-h IV, T-na .
avar- hv w J i . 'A. Vdl 1 11,
An I all Druiutists ao i (mia ,.ti-.
4 n, r in.
o 1.1s S7, i',
(BdK'iii i se-an ri prcrni 'T fi: .r-" :
pif 'f K . i tl;tn 4 'v,ft y aa.l t-- t
CO t.'iUfl '"I,1'"' tn I:nin if
(hi).mmiiM rri lv-n ( !. i vrn I'm
CUtalltl DxiIH.OC 1 tilAU ktuiU ttantstl .,,
": "V'osjtaV' ivJ?rrtiiaiTnl
RVTN rrwif WW -W?v-av.tr-.i:.-t.-.-4 -idk
amtil Mnlai im er:i mn . ti-r (- -
If Iil.liAfanii f'Js ttt m if,ttjs i-.r. Wa .(. ,.
nnis oo U , T?v ij-t il.sj t-ii t:' is! U -r
IB .r'tiif OU It . a'w Vvfa f,-- I e.
r-li'l iUr "a,l, Mtl'i lra. loC ih t-iAl- '.'
kern'itw ,s,-n.-' if lit. .V i .
'COPTAR'a RAT E X I h KM I A H H i . ..,
Hist, tuiti iirv.-Ui unn't -riis.i KA '
m-Tiii Wfl r n iw 1. K-rf lai ti
cm it, prjrr( y frr., i nil it, u i rv
09 inl rn' it sttii i.t yt-a. jj, u uimi i v
(listftujt tva str.in trUi WU O l laarU I
aSA-sr, Mh , Mtr -nr.
mJ "t'Mi Jert'-" Uijt .
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nati dailies. JI has received the last Har
per' Weekly, Jf. Y. Weekly, Police Gazette
and Literary Companion.
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daily with the latest Southern and Eastern
LOWEST QUKT PRICE.
In anoviier , column picking- Eamburg
Orapes for Speer's Wine. It is aa admira
ble article, used in hospitals aod by the
". iKinuie in raria, London and
Sew York in preference to old port w.n.
It is Weil worth a trial, aad give great
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North Oherry Straet
He wJI give special ailenLon to the order ax
trusted to nun, either ia U.e
City or Sabnrbs,
At tl! HoursDay or Night
.Vlacs, Lienors and Cigars,
Kept constantly on band.
THS MKRCRAsrrs. ExrHASflSwU heopeo
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xv, aad every day immm at t rto-t, mjB ,
tisai tae M .rubers will he arnas.i s H .j
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au ouvavm, wiwua wMDoer ef aot. are raspee.
faay iavit-4 to b, p.-r..al
wfii WAAC UTIQ9, NCy.
Wai'the only 'Preparasiou for food from
That reeetved a me-ial and hooorabie mention Iron
fo K. .vsJ Cornm -aiours, at tiie grma InlArsaueuai
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of theboutn Ns-ivn;a Borse-kaiirtskl, ,a first
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