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Dr. John Bull's
The Latest and Most Impor
No titan's nam in ntorA intimately robDerted
with the hu-iory of MA'lEklA MKl. A oi the
l.tQittHl Mtait, tir more favonxUy kuuwatuia,
ttter ia Mrdu iU IHecoverj, Uiitatlmtol
Dr. John Bull
Hi inirnilahi. r-repa-ration of BARSAPARILLA
has lotiK uod l the head of the -arious cum,
pouudrof that valuahle iliu.
Hii Compound of WILD ClfERIiY hu
become a boueholJ word through
out th Wert
and South. His Worm Lor-ongos,
n leu than a yew after their introduction,
I tuned reputation eoas wide 1.; J,
.fi-hlnr,.,. Hill ,v"-,Z ..-l.i-u'T
of lte hitlra now onrH vo tlve .-..late. ' 1ml I..
or belong4 la UK native inhalatanta o( Central
America, U) whom Hi virtues li.tr bm known lor
more than two hundred yoaia Armed with it the
Indian bida dchanr-e lo the moat deadly malaria,
and handle t without fear, the ano.t vaniiuca hr-
teat. Una faciei wub thera, thai while there ia
rw.lti in toe body, tlie tie-Iron ia potent to cute, no
matter vhtt the d may oe.
V hile Dr. hull ia sot prepa d (o endorse thiaei.
trava-ant pretension, he ia neve rihelean saltan.!
Iront thoroita-h eAainioaliou of the evidonc rela
ting lo it virtues, that aa a rerneuy and preveni
tit for all diaeaee anaiog lioiu eixiiro. Iher
to 111 w-aal'ier or climate, or lu DiiaMiialic influen
ces, it alaa.la
Without a Rival.
An l tuitily dearvM th njntHtion it hu bo loan
u0)4 lu IrrttotptJ Amri-t. nJ tit H ui lua.e. M
nd ItaatUndant train of armpioma, it arta more
1.1 fa. It A CHAKM lhau a mod.i-iiM). TIht ia Dulli
iuk m the whole rajiva ol Materia Medu-a that can
or a moment bear a comoariata witu it lu tlua di
aae. A fall axronnt of th won.lirful plant may be
fnuad in lp HUi .liiioo ot the U. H, WpeDaawr;
lu 1x87 and l:u
A aenea ot exierimnta in wturh Ir. Bull haa
tn f r yean engaged, haa juat be'n brought to a
u reaalul tormiaaiioa, and ha ia aow euahlfd to
vt1r to lite public a eomtunauoe of CKI'KtiN Willi
ether approved tonioa, the whole preferred in the
fcM quality of copper diatuird BoitrtaiB Whisky,
w fetch we icne6JBl haa no equal in ihe world.
lie niyiic tumiab a roliune ul certih- nU's liut Ihe
fvniaic have luo( aiu.e learned to enUmate eiH-h
thing, ty their uue alu. Tim raleet plan la air
eteiy ou to teal l.ir hiinmll tlie tiriuaai a ni-w
Ont Trial and you will ntver uia any
II la not waceaaary to nuhli.h a long liat of
eauea tor which ihe CKI 'KOM ill n KlW are a (lav
iHC In all diaeaaea ol the
Dowels, Liver or Kidneys,
In all ertivtiona of the
ttra'a, neraa4lag I'pea DerawKCiaeal wf ike
Mlowiaeh r Qoerele
('out, Uhf ruathru and uralgii
Fever and Ague.
t deatioed to euperceje all other temediea. It
not ot.iy eurea Itieea dmaim. bnl it ptil lliein.
A WID ttmm of Uie Hiuera, Inkea aa hour trfore
a.-h maat, will ori'iale Uie ill ertecte ol the moat
unhealthy chnaius and arreeo the perana takinK it
wgeiaat dunai i under the moat Iryin x oaure.
JaeU If DrwglataBiUireraUaarallT.
DR. JOHN BULL,
Pnoo; OftVe, l"itih blseet, lxHiiayitle, Hi.
Sold Wboleaaie and Retail by
Ccrry Deiaovillc & Wharton,
(Noe. PuUa? Square.)
Whe alao aell
BULL'S WORU PESTROfKR.
SMITH S TOXIC SYKUP.
nMa i w if
Aeenta of Insurance Companies.
C'AKEY A HMITH, Noe. M and ? Union alreet,
(up slain-) repreaent Ihe fr liawiag Compaji ea :
sianavf Harubrd, he only, Maohaiuui, Meropoli
un, HiiwHez and Kmckerua ker Life of New lorlt,
and Accidfent ot Columbus Ohio.
ATTOHKl AT LAW.
CUMPH.ELL. McBWEN t GROEaBECK, AUor-
neya at tow ana Claim Aeente, practK in all
the Coone. Coliwt.oin promptly aiiended to;
aino cUuma .-hl-i the United sulea and Vouchers
Folle'ted. ortx-e 7i North Cherry atreet, up amira.
OTH, E. A. Attorney and Counsellor at Law,
Otiice U Cherry at.: r O. rk, 74S
'llAKKEkM ASU BKUKEHS.
ljaihbT NATIONAL HANK Government LepoHi
JPlorj So. 60 College elreet, between Lnion
aud the Public lii!ire liealera ia Uncurrent
Money, Kxfhautfe, Coin, and OoytTiment Hecun
Uea ol a.l kind, blocka and bouda UniKht and
auld on Commiaeioo. Colleclioua promptly at
U. .-arai, I'ree't. Jii O. Oonm.Cftuh'r.
K. (- Jjaiaoa, Aaaiautnt Caabiur.
afARK, THtIB a. Broker, corner Vlnioo and
3X t!ollt-e eireeti, buy and sella (.old. 11 ecu r
rut Mooey, liuferoioent hieciinties and Vouchers.
Collecuoiia attended to promptly.
Also buy and cells on oouiminsion.
OKCOND NATIONAL LANK OF NASHVILLE
O lOCherrjr street, de.la in Eu-liange, Uovern
meat is-curiuea aud Co u. Collectious promptly
aittniied to J. Luasoui, Cashier.
rillllkl) NATIONAL BANK tiF NASHVILLE
X lieals m KichanKe; Uoverameut ts:unuee
au f t'4Hn. Colleclioua promptly ajtcuded to.
tjold, btocfca aud bond a. Id on CommiHion.
W. W. BaaaT. 1'reeideul. tuoia Jcata, Canhier.
U'. i.l. A.M HltABS FO( IMtlCIl.
1hKllT I'UMONT, Bell and Braes Founders,
Miuiutacturera ol all kiuda of toraea aorit,
iMilere in xaa, steam and water pipe, oil well lu
UuKaud pump, K"ni Bu' tckluK. "I"llr. ao.der
ai.a lat,l.u, No. 11 Broad siriet, near the nrer.
UUOK AUJUII I'HIXTIXU.
VAtUVILLK INION PRINTING tX. Book
an! Juh i'riuUkr4, slid put hshf ra of the list.
ty aud tvct-kly Luiou, 1 riuter'a Alley, between
liuion and, iHatdericK atreeu.
OPIUM. WATER UKEWEKT. MANKEL A
0 KANE, suit'exaiirK u M. J Drjcke.-, Breaera
01 Ale aud Ler beer, 41 Lioad atreet, Naah
Tille, Tvno. deia ly
liMI K S 1.1,1.1 KS AM) MI AnoMIUt-
h' INbl.kToN, K. II Bookseller, PuUwhcr"
) a auouui, aud Poiiodiud laicr, l ost Olhoe
C Altiti AUli HUM KAl l l 11 h. Its.
MVEK.S A h U NT M Huufvturers of all the
iJUet ritylea of J-irrt Claaa CarriKes aud
hiiKi" Express VSkoud aud Usrryalji, VI North
Mai set street.
LAI.1 AuL.M'N Ac.
JOHN O'NEILL, Miiilaiy Altorney and Bolicilor
of CUuia, i riMH-t-ules all clartes of Claims
a.aioHtihe Govrrnmeut lor citizeoa aud nolilirs.
Oince 3h lHr lr--t, Naehvil'e, I ran lm.v7-(jti.
riXJMtKINS, H. A lO. U. B. V aim Adonis,
J. uibcera' Pay Aix-ei-uin nod yuinteruiarUTs'
uiH-hera bought at tne U-st raUv., or collected
Crtiee corner cherry aud Cedar street., up ttsiis.
t O IL A.MJ VOfU.
r MKiHT BKi iTH EK8. lealers in Cumka-rland
iV aud fitlaburg C.hI Wool sawe.1 and split in
stove ltn;lhs. Oihce 4 Church Hiret-t. Yard OD
kohiiii Mill a ill, south of broad. All orders tilled
H. TUTH1LL, liepuly United btaten' Marhal,
u. iiitice ai Huit. Capitol, uexl doorlor ed-
ral Court Koom. P. o. bock Box Zl. tie ada'-
ftUMS UK A I.Kit . C-
TiNK TUr" ELL Wholesale aud Retail
(Bookseller, btaiio.iers, H'..N."rinu." '
lZ. 40 North Cherry street. h
I Mti AUM'M,
V i K w BROWS, Real Eatnte and (ieoeral
1 1 K. . I .. .. Jilu, war.'. Xak,
1 I .V.M.IIM, Af.
WILSON, J. W. CO. Maniifwlurera and
VVholeeale and Kelsil l esleis ia 'I in. Copper
and Sheet Iron Ware aud Furnishing tioou, fto. 17
AVAI L I'lri ll, elr.
f KRRI'IT A IlII.I-1'ealera in Wall Pafr
ill Window Hiade. Vi uidow Liana, aad I'tioio-
Itraphifl Maienai, 47 Chuica alrset, Maytidld
Build. uiT, opposite Maxwell bonne.
Altoruejs mid ( laiui Accuts.
1.1 H. InlJlNY. Attorney at Law, and Wai Clam
J. Afloat, Cleveland, Tonn. novrt-ly
The! Tennessee Marine
l ader the Kew ( aarter, la Bow open for
NO. 31 NORTH ( OLLKt'K STUKKT,
Bsxr nota 10 coara or thkiw ft.
A. Vt . Ill 1 1. Ml, Bec'y.
JOahril U . AI.I.KX. I"refl U
JOS. W. AU.EN, JN. M. nibL,
WA rsON M. CJOK E, C. A. K. THOMPSON,
1. WEAVER, TAN L F. CARTER,
JNO. B. JOHNStvN, dAM'L VANLFER,
. M. KOtiO, R. B. CU EATUAM,
A. G. AI'AMd.
BOOTS, SHOES AND LEATHER,
No. 11 Dcy Street, N. Y.
Alexis Bragg & Wesson
icvriuf or th tu.t uOASLiauro naa or
ALIBIS UKK.rat WARttlvV,
wsoixli pasuiai i
Itoota. Khora) and Icathrr,
eg lo invite the allenluin c purchasers lt their
aii nl'd o-k, a.Lple.l lo all ie.'liona of Iheoona
Iry, aud wlu h iher oiler at the lowest market
pnoea. Pecuk; attention aid lo orilets.
AI.FX1S BRAiki. ANlKKW WESHON.Ja.
VELD, &HDRLWS & UIT,
IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS OP
Foreign & American Fancy Goods
Hosiery, li'cnU rnrnlshlns fcoods,
SUlionery, fnllerj-, Jtwelry;
Also Manufacturer of.
Hoop - Sldrte,
Park Pla,e and ' Murray St., Nw-Tork.
1TK have one of Ihe tarcast and heel a-wrte.1
y f Kt. ka ot alwe meol-oned Irooda ill Una
eetioirT, adapted Ut u,e fxHiioeni trade, hah we
oiler tipaa tavontlse terms.
biitora w.il do well loTe us a trial. All orders
prcmiHty aUaa ied lo.
leliJ S. WK1.P. ANl'KKWsia LKKT.
Willett, Kiddell S: Co.,
Civil Engineers and Surveyors,
Corner Chorctt &. HiU HI a.
gesr-taad weak as .a. ete eaa he cored ly one whB
has raaiiy urad sumaetl aad huB.lrs.1. of otrtera,
aud will tell yon aotluaa but Imib. Ad lrasa,
w.tasuunu, Jtiox 67,
tKAHUflfj Awawa, kiaaal
rAIXTED SD rUBUSHED BY Tnk .
MBHT1LLE C5I0X TKIXIIXG CO
SUNDAY, APRIL 8, 18C.
hat' the l e of Poor White Folks?
A correspondent discusBea the "use of
i'oor White hoiks in a very pnuoso
pbical msuner, and suggesta me&na by
which the auperabund&nce of that
class in the South may be relieved. As
a member of the fraternity he ia wil
ling to submit to the plan proposed.
We invite a perusal of Lis remarks:
"Some people whose bump of curi
osity is larger than that of reverence,
have asked of what use are snakes and
musquitoes, in the world. In the same
spirit 1 ask, of what earthly use are
poor white folks aruone mankind 7 It
is said that experience ia the best of
teachers, but 1 have, unfortunately for
myself, some personal experience in
the matter, and solemnly declare that
1 am aa unable to answer the question,
as if 1 was never worth less than a nun
dred thousand dollars.
in the commercial world the poor
are but a series of cyphers without a
unit to give ttiem value, the bakers
would scarcely miss them, the butchers
certainly would not, and to the grocery
store their visits like "angel's are few
and far between. 1 heir rich relations,
if they have any, are ashamed to ac
knowledge them, and if, in a fit of des
peration, they intrude upon their well-
to-do kindrod they most likely will get
such a hearty snack of "cold ahoulder
and some tongue" that they won't be in
a hurry to repeat their visit lis fright
tin to consider what terrible sinners
poor white folks generally are, or con-
tidcrcd to le. All the evils of society are
laid at their doors. Who steals ? Poor
folks. Who gets drunk? Oaly poor
folks. Rich men are only "under the
influence of generous living. In
short, poviTly, like the scape-goat of the
Israelites, goes forth loaded with all
the sins of the nation.
fovcrty, like necessity (in fact, they
are near relatives) makes a man ac
attainted with strauge bed-fellows, and
at the same time so alters his features
as to prevent his most intimate friend
from recognizing him. It is worse than
the small-pox that only sears his own
face, but poverty sears the hearts of all
his kindred and acquaintances. The
law does not recognize a poor white
man, unless as a criminal, aud then it
shuts him up. like a wild beast in a
meragerie, lor fear he should damage
those that are not poor, if the unlor
tunate devil grabs one spoon to give a
meal of dry bread to a starving wile
and children, he goes to the peniten
tiarv for six months : but it he was
daring and unscrupulous enough to
erab plate by the wagon lull, line tue
meat Jiutler, he might consider himself
in a fair way to be elected Governor of
a New Lnuland btato.
j?oor white folks, having nothing to
lose, to bequeath, to assign, or to go to
law about, the lawyers have no use
for them, excepting the country attor
neys, who are paid solely to watch
t.ijiyu.Wi"- .e Mi trf-ktorv r
terribly over their prey, while they are
really rejoiced to have caught him. For
is he not ureaa to tne judge, lawyer,
and Bherill' who all live upon the so-
calied sins of poor white folks? This
8ien to in. aw tie tlie only use of poor
white ioikb, at least so iitr as lawjtnd
lawyers are concerned. The only no
tice tuotjey-broaters take ot tiicse .Pari
ahs of christian society loeaeeatgtisas
the fastenings of their doors and win
dows; aud as for banks, they would not
touch poor white folks paper with a
Hut the church, you will say, they
cherish the poor! If the church
preaches, the congregation takes good
care not to practice. The clergy make
pathetic appeals, their hearers sigh and
wipe their eyes, but the poor-box is none
the better for these crocodile teass.
They are reminded that the scripture
says that "we shall always have the
poor with us." They are too godly to
contradict the good book, and exert all
their ingenuity the following week to
over reach their neighbors and to placo
them among the poor that are always
to exist, while they stickle at nothing
to avoid being an illustration ot
the truth of the prediction in
their own persons. There is no
use for poor whit folks in & chris
tian church, unless to give the preacher
a chance of giving the rich folks an oc
casional reproof, over the poor folks'
shoulders. It is a great advantage to a
polite preacher, to be able to tickle the
consciences of the rich by thrashing
the consciences of the poor folks of his
congregation, liero again poor folks
are of a little use, but it is most likely
that the practice will be reversed in
the world to come.
With the two trifling exceptions of
the officers of justice, and a few (ouly
a few) preachers, it would seem that
poor white folks are of no earthly use
commercially, collectively or individu
ally, and as they, as a class, are rapidly
increasing and likely to increase in the
South, it becomes a matter of impor
tauce to tind some practical use for
them. Once on a time when a famine
threatened Ireland, Jan Swift pub
lished "A modest proposal to avert the
faiaiue, by allowing the Irish to eat
their own children." This may turn
out a practical hint, by a slight change,
that will allow poor white adults to eat
each other, until they all disappear,
like the famous Kilkenny Cats. The
present Congress would undoubtedly
suspend the rttUt, and pass such a law at
one sitting. The Freedmen's Bureau
could superintend the execution, and
in case some of the poor whites should
be squeamish, to compel the freedrnen
to cut a reasonable portion instead of
government rations. As the negroes
and the 15ureau are fast swallowing up
the property of the South, there can be
no substantial reason why they should
not alto swallow their share of the car
casses of the paupers they have jointly
1 think this proposition is worthy of
serious consideration, as a short, sure
aud cllVetual remedy to relieve the
South of that utterly useless live lum
ber, known as poor white folks, now so
very numerous. As one of them I am
willing to be devoured, only asking as
a reward, for my valuable suggestion,
the favor which Polyphemus granted
l"ljses that of beiug devoured last,
as, like all projectors, 1 am anxious to
witnees the success of my project, for
relieving the South of that portion of
its "rebel population, wnicu is scaring
the Jacobins of the North out of the'j;
wita and judgment
Important Circular to Collectors of
Custom and Others.
The following needs no explanation :
Tsiist -by ri-rABTurirf, April 3, ls6fS.
This department is informed that fre
quent attempts are being nisde to im-
port into the various ports of the I'nited
Slates certain merchandise purporting
to be essence of cayenne, essence of
ginger, tincture of camphor, tincture
of myrrh, Ac, Ac, which have been
fouud, upon examination, to be com
posed almost wholly of alcohol, with
lut small proportion of other ingredi
onts to give it the color, taste, or Savor
of ensencea and tinctures.
Collectors of customs are erioined to
exercise unusual vicihtneein the detec
tion and prevention of suoh frauds
upon tha revenue, and in every instance
where any merchandise aa abova de
scribed ia entered, and they are entire
ly satisfied that such entry U in fraud
of the revenue, and that the article ia
not intended to ba used aa an eeaenoe,
extract, liueture, Ac, aa represented,
but that the real object of the impor
ter is to introduce the alcohol to a lower
rale of duty than ia provided for in lh
law, they are hereby authorized to de
tain such goods and advise the depart
ment forthwith, civine in detail all the
facta in the case: in order that the de
partment may be enabled to instruct
intelligibly as to seizure and further
proceedings for hnal condemnation.
Secretary of the Treasury.
Illegal Military Commissions.
The Supreme Court of the United
States baa given its decision on the pe
tition of .Bowles,- Mulligan and Horsey.
who, not being in the military 6ervico,
were arrested and tried by a military
commission in Indiana, during tlie war,
They were charged with conspiracy,
giving aid and comfort to the rebels,
inciting insurrection, Ac, as members
of the secret order of American Knights
or Sons of Liberty, and on a trial were
convicted and sentenced to be hanged.
This sentence was commuted by the
President to imprisonment for life.
While in prison they petitioned the
Circuit Court for a writ of habeas corpus,
and to be released from military cus
tody.' The Judges of the Circuit were
divided in opinion and certified the
cases up to the Supreme Court on the
three following points:
First da the facts stated ought
writ of habeas corpus to be issued ?
Second Ought the petitioners to be
discharged from custody 7
Third Had the Military Commission
jurisdiction to try and sentence the pe
The Court decided as follows :
.hirst That on the tacts stated in
naid petition and exhibits the writ of
habeas corpus ought to be issued accord
inir to the prayer of the said petition,
Second That on the facta stated in
said petition and exhibits the said
Lambdin P. Milligan ought to be dis
charged from custody, as in said peti
tion is prayed, and according jto the act
of Congress passed March, ... li, enti
tied an act relating to habeas corpus and
regulating judicial proceedings in cer
Third That on the facts stated in
said petition and exhibits the Military
Commission mentioned therein had no
jurisdiction legally to try and sentence
said Lambdin P. Millican in manner
and form as in said petition and exhi
bits are stated, and it is thereupon now
here ordered and adjudged by this
Court that it be so certilied to the said
, The Chief Justice said that the opin
ion of the Court in these cases will be
read at the next tarm, when such of
the dissenting Judges as see fit to do
so, will state the grounds of their dis
sent The opinion of the Court is not
delivered now, because the cases were
reached bo late in the term that the
Court had not time to prepare an opin
This is a decision of the highest im
portance, and one that returns us to
the status quo ante bellum. It convicts
many of our officials of illegality and
wrong doing, and establishes tho.se
muniments of popular rights which
have been so long disregarded. It ren
dera useless the plea so often urged
under the act of March 3, ISGj, by
which an officer who was called to ac
count for arbitrary acts, defended him
self by citing "an order of the Preaidenti
n Ja. iintlur Lis authority."
ine supreme Court has been very tardy
uecision so consonant
with justice and law, and the people
have too long tolerated those u that
are now condemned. It jg certainly
jtuura uy wnicn tnree men sen-
i-"?"1 aro saved from the
penalty adjudged by an "illegal" tri
lj u 11 aa.
. j remains so oe sen viij,vHUe hi
will have upon the trial of the State
prisoners, iavia and Clay, who cannot
now be brought before a military tribu.
naL It goes back also to the loyalty of
the Court which tried the assassins of
the President, "not being in the mili
tary service." That verdict iust as it
was, could as readily have been secured
in a civil Court and the fame and
honor of the liepublic Baved from sus
picion ol harm. 1 he full opinion of the
tourt, wuu tue grounds aud reasons
for its decision, will be looked for with
interest A. Y. Com. Ada.
Evidence before the Reconstruction
Committee Loyalty of the South
Special Dispatch to tha Cincinnati Enquirer.
Washlnqtov, April 5 Mr. Benjamin
C. Truman, correspondent of the New
ork limes, was before the Kecon
stiuction Committee to day, and testi
fied at length concerning the situation
of aflairs in Texas, t lorida and Lou
Mr. Truman has made an extended
trip of eight months through the South
since the war, and haa observed things
closely. He testified that the people of
lexas, and t lorida particularly, seem
to have accepted the situation fairly.
and that although no exhibitions of
what may be trmed patriotism were
man nested, nesaw no act ot unmitiga
ted disloyalty during his trip, but on
the contrary, the people almost every
where expressed and evinced a desire
and determination to obey all laws, in
eluding those growing out of the late
war. ihat he conversed with two-
thirds of the rebel Generals, and they
all stated that in case of a foreign war
they would offer their services to the
United States Government
II also testified that although there
were tloi'sands of people in Texas who
were in favor of negro suirrage, he be
lieved it would be impracticable to give
the colored people ol that State the
right of sull'rage at present lie did
not think that the great masses of the
people would be favorable to Senator
StewartB resolution, lie thought
troops were neaessary ia Northern
Texas to protect loyal men, as large
numbers ot Quantrcll's, Shelby's and
Dutl'a commands, most of whom were
Missourians, infested that neighbor
hood ; otherwise no troops were neces
Mr. Truman testified that he passed
through all the rich counties of Flor
ida aud Texas, and the freedmen were
all at work and doing well; that there
was perfect harmony existing between
the former master and slave ; that he
conversed with the delegates in the
late convention, and other leading
men, upon this aubject aud they all
concurred in saying that the freedrnen
were doing lirst rate, lie said there
could be no mistake about the good
treatment of the uolorod people. On
the whole, he believed that the people
of the South, with few exceptions, were
loyai and could te trusted.
UoEBIhLt DlIB rkOM IIvDIIi.PHoBIa. Mr.
Panic! Harris, Lvu.g in Parish tirove
lownsnip, Denton county, Indiana, about
seven miles southwest of OxforJ, died on
Thursday morning, March frohi that
terrible maiajy, hydrophobia, after four
.lays of intense auliericg. The Boston Tri
bune, in giving an account of the aflair,
at s :
Uns night about two months ago, Mr.
Harris brought a pup that he was raising
iutfl the house, supposing from its actions
that it had the distemper. While engaged
in administering some simple remedy for
that disease bo was bitten to ibe finger. Us
then killed the dog, not supposing him
however to 1 msJ, and nothing lurlher was
thought particularly about the matter until
the Sunday before he died, when he was
attacked with all the symptoms of hydro
phobia. Everything was done that could
be to alleviate his tutleriugj. Spams alter
nated with periods cf perfect rationality
until Thursday morning, when he died in
a torrible rage. When will ihe people learn
that hoiuan "lives are inure valuable than
thote of dogs ?
The&t Lou, s Republican says that
at ths election in that city on Monday
last which resulted in a brilliant and
overwhelming Democratic triuumph,
large numbera of Oermana who have
heretofore acted with the Radicals,
yoted with the Pemooeacy. Tha Re
publican compliment them for the
good sense and patriotism they exhibi
ted in thus rbuking the revolutionary
plana of tha lata leader.
The New Complication la Germany.
It appears, from the official papers of
doui lenna ana jnfrun, mas mj v.i
tions betweea Austria and Prussia h ti
been for several months of a very cnti
cal character. Th Duchiea of Scales
wie and llokteia are the occasion
rather than the caase of thia new com
plication. Prussia, it seems, haa for
some time brought the greatest possi
ble pressure to bear upon. Austria, in
order to prevail npoa her great rival
to assent to the annexation of the two
Duchiea to Prussia. So pressing and
demonstrative haathia pressure of late
become that the Austrian uovernnrent
has assembled a Council of War, and
has addressed notes on the one hand
to the great European Powers, in order
to throw allrespocbility for an armed
conflict upon Prussia, and on the other
hand to the minor Uerman States, in
order to secure, if possible, their support
in case of war.
The telegraphic UspatcheB about the
progress of the diptouiatic conflict are,
as is usual in such caaea, highly contra
dictory. On one day a telegram state
that armies are being concentrated,
councils of war held cenerals appointed,
and everything mj ready for aa im
mediate clash of anas; on the next, we
are informed that declarations of a re-,
assuring character bare been received,
and that the apprehensions of war
have been removed. It ia highly pro
bable that a few more weeka will ahed
liuht on this uncertainty: for they will
establish either the success or the de
feat of Count Von Bismark'a policy.
It is certain beyond a doubt that the
Prime Minister of Prussia has had the
intention to makfi a bold strike for the
immediate annexation of the Duchies,
and that be has urged upon his King
the necessity of not shrinking from
the use of force for attaining that ob
ject it no is to succeed in intimidat
ing Austria into submission no mat
ter whether the surrender snail be im
mediate or prospective it must soon
become apparent Ihe direct reverse,
which would be a recognition of the
Duke of Augustenburg, we regard aa
out of the question; but any other ex
pedient, aa the transfer of the settle
ment of the question to the authority
of the Federal I-iet, or to arbitration,
would equally ioim a defeat of the
Prussian policy Lr the present
But, in whatever manner the present
complications may be removed, the
conflict botweeax Prussia and Austria
will go on; nor will it be long be
fore another aud more serious cri
sis will make its appearance. The real
conflict of the two powers is for the
leadership ot the Uerman nation. The
present confederacy is with rapid
strides approaching its dissolution.
llow the reunion of tue now dismem
bered portions of the country may be
effected, it is difficult and perhaps im
possible to foretell; bat that they will
be united, the Austrian and l'russian
statesmen no more uoubt than me
loaders of the Republican party. Prus
sia, it is generally believed, has made
to Austria the lormai ouer oi dividing
the minor States between themselves,
and of thus estr Wishing, for the pres
ent, two German Empires, to be united
by a common as. -t and oilier bonds ot
union. iut the acceptance ot this pro
position, as Austria well sees, would
make Prussia strong and leave Austria
weak. If Prussia absorbs little States
like Lauenburg, Schleswig and llolstein
a few years will probably suffice to ac
complish the most thorough amalgama
tion. The uuwud people would for
get the mode of annexation in view of
the undoubted material advantages
which they would derive from an in
corporation will Prussia ; and. at the
must mat. i-ZT ?Srudi7.ement
counts more than l'J.UOOAXK) inhabitants
appear in the eyes of the Germans as
the only country which can eilect and
defend the national unity.
Austria, on the other hand, cannot
possibly expect an equal increase of
power from an anexation of minor
German States. At present, the Ger
mans of her Empire number not more
than 7,8'JO.OOO in a total (population of
.jtKjO.iHMj ; and of this small minority
fully 1,000,000 are living in countries
(ilungary, Trnnsylvania, &c.,) where,
n case ol a conflict between the seve
ral nationalities, they are unable to
add auy strength to the German ele
ment ; while more than two other mill
ions, though not geographically cut off
from the main trunk ol the nation, are
at leaat living in Provincea predomi
nantly Sclavic (liohemia and Moravia).
No additions that Austria can possibly
obtain by an annexation of minor Ger
man Slates can possibly secure to the
German race a numerical majority in
her total population. No one, more
over, expects that the non-German na
tionalities will abandon their national
aspirations ; on the contrary, their as
pirations are gaining atrength every
year, and make the ultimate dissolution
of the Empire front year to year more
The weakness of Austria is becoming
more and more apparent; and Prussia,
therefore, can afford to treat her with
an almost unparalleled insolence and
to make her drink: the cup ot humilia
tion to the dregs. Nor would the
Prussian Government be likely to hesi
tate to annex the Duchies of Schleswig
and Holbtein, at the risk of a war with
Austria and the Federal Diet combin
ed. The only consideration which does
delay decisive action on her part is the
lear of au interference ty other ureal
To obtain their neutrality will be the
great object of the Prussian policy
during the coming year. If only this
point can be secured, the anuexation
of the minor SUteato Prussia will prob
ably proceed with great rapidity. Hie
Crown Jurists hare ot late shown
such a docility as to the wishes of the
Crown that, if commanded, they would
demonstrate a Prussian olaini to every
country of Eurupe. We aee it stated
lu uerman papers mat not oniy xruus
wick but also llesse-C&sael will be
claimed at the death of the present ru-
ers, and that the annexation of Schles
wig and llolstein may soon be followed
y a claim to Hamburg and LubecK, as
former dependencies of Molstein.
v ue;her theae report are correct
or not, the future fate of central Eu
rope will depend on the issue of the
conflict between Prussia, Austria, the
other German States and the German
peopla Viewed in this licht the devel
opment of the German question ia well
worthy of close attention. - em 1 urk
CusTixic Fai'it-Fikdiso When, some
months ago, cur white soldiers were
being discharged in great numbera and
very rapidly, the Tribune had some bit
ter remarks complaining- that the black
soldiers were not alsoenjoying the priv
ilege of discharge, but were forced to
remain in the service. Now that the
blacks orrenioTinc the privilege of dia-
charge from the army, the Tribune in
aerta a whining statement that "orders
are now ready to go out, th tl m! d, price,
by the 1st of May. every rWor,-, soldier
of ike right to wear the United States
uniform.'' Surely the fate of the black
soldier ia bard in the columna of the
Tribune. If be is detained in service
by the Government, he ia forced to re
main at a horrible duty from which
the whites are being relieved; and if
he is diucharged from the service, he is
emeu a delightful privilege which the
uiteaenioy. A. i. iimes.
City Shoo .Store,
OPPOSITE THE ST. CIC'JD HSTll.
Fenian Matiers In New York.
Death of General Thornton.
Affalrs In Texas.
Latest Jamaica Intelligence.
Steamboats Bnrned at St.
The Canada Confederate Scheme
The Tax on rrlntln? Material.
New Yorc. April 8. Judge McCann his
granted an iujuuetion against George Scott
and others, on the petition ol Uaniel I'row,
restraining them lrom buying in Z,tUd
shares of the Michigan Southern and North
ern Indiana railroads stock, valued at about
f2uu,u00. Mr. Drew complained that he
had borrowed Z.uuu shares of the stock, and
that the defendant aud others had conspired
to mans a corner in tne market, causing an
unnatural rise in the price, and greatly de
ranged parties in his position. The case
has not yet been decided.
ine in Dune states mat alter tne inmnc
tion obtained by Mr. Drew against Scott,
Voirou oi iu. was serveu Tcsier.iay, and luo
stock purchased for them by Messrs. G roes-
Docs Co., tho latter were enjoined from
paying Messrs. Col'ron & Co. the dill'ereuee
due them ou the stock, whi-h was about
$u,uuu. ihe injunction was disobeyed and
the money paid oy Messrs. Groesbeck 4 Co.,
and there the matter for the moment rests
The whole allair will be the subject of liti
gation, in which a good deal of the secret
History ot the street will be developed.
Brevet Brigadier General W. A. Thornton,
U. S. A., died last night at the headquarters
on uovernor s lsianu.
Two distilleries in this city were seized
yesterday by the United Status authorities,
ou a charge of distilling whisky without
proper Gjverumeut license. The matter
will be investigated by the United States
Tha shipyards of Green Point are still
deserted, the proprietors refusing to adopt
toe eignwiour system.
Xew Yokk April 7. The Tribune claims
this morning that a reniau expedition bus
sailed, thouirn Us destination is unknown
The.Wo.-la says: Un Wednesday evening
three hundred and twenty men loll the citj,
under the diret tun of the powers that be, at
Uniou Square, tor tho purpose of making
an at lac a on the British .North American
possessions, in the direction of New Brnna
wick. Guus, stores and ammunition have
been accumulated in this city for the last
three weeks, lor the purpose of allackin
Canada or .New Brumwiek.aud in the eveut
of a failure, in both of the lormer localities.
it was intended to nume a diversion ou
Halifax, Nova Scotia. The reported iimve
incut cn Bermuda, was simply intended for
a blind to bewilder the Colonial authorities,
as to the objective point. It it understood
that fifteen held pieces were put ou board
of two merchant vessels, ostensibly bound
for the port of New Orleans, but in reality
consigned to some port lu the Kiiy of Fuu-
dy, lrom whence the attack it to be made
on St. Johns or Halifax.
President Koberts aud Uen. Sweeney are
also straining every uerve to put an army
in tho held.
Nkw Vobc, April 7. The Tribune's
Washington Bpeciai says: Provisional Gov
ernor Uuinillou is reported to be ou his
way to Washington, to see what is to be
done with Texas. Tho secessionist 'iave
seized uiu the entire central parte the
$iY.W.Hni. re rnrrv ine eVervliiiug - rth a
A Washington special atatee that Lieu
ruuo,,. mluci a, uumipiei spieuuni recep
uou at uis residence in Washington last
evening, which reception was attended by
l resident Johnson, Thad. Stevens, the
reuch Minister, Madame Juarez, Minis
ter ttomero, Alexander 11. Stephens, and
many ineiuoers ol congress, aiidladiosoi
New Yorc, April 5. The steamer Talis
man, winch arrived at this port yestorday,
brought advices from Jamaica, daied King
ston, March 1st. Ibe special Commission
ior tue trial ol prisoners charged with ol
fenses during the revolt was stiil sitting,
but hoped to close its labors in a few days.
Tho Herald's correspondent, iu a view ot
tne situation ot the colony, noticed the tie
preciation of its agricultural aud iiuancial
interests, and the gradual descent of the
bulk ot inhabitants in the social scale. He
attributes the state affairs now existing ou
tne island to the lauure ot Uie English nys
fem of rule.
New Ydbk. April 7. Last night a Cre
broke out in Columbia Cottage, on Filtielh
street, near Sixth avenue. The damage to
tne uuuuiiig ami lurnnure ia about 2U,0U0
New IoeI-, April 6. Gold to-dav has
been IJ.;, 12. J,, aud 127-. ; closing at the
A special dt'patch states that the Cnner
IT .-r.i-i.-- ... . l
iiu-uso oi itio i roviuciai i ariiament ol Ni
Brunswick yesterday adopted resolutions
urging tne coutoderatiou aocordine to the
yutbeo scheme, which, together with an
address asking that the Question of uuion
of the North American provinces Oe sub
mitted to the action of the Imperial l'ar
liameut, was forwardod to the tyuecn of
Buf. ii-o, N Y., April 7 Dispatches re
ceived herefrom Boston, Philadelphia aud
j-oiiavuie, report nrmg ol salutes by the
Uctublicaus, in commemoration of the tas-
sagi. of the Civil Kights bill over the 1're-
siiU-nl's veto by the bena'e.
8t. L'icim, April 7. iho steamer Major.
Effle Dean, Nevada, Fannie Ogden, and
Frank Bates were burned at the Icreo thU
morning. less on tue uoats about J225,0OO;
loss on cnrgo:s twut jun.oiiu. ino I rnnk
Bates belonged to mo Northwestern Fur
Company, and was ncavny ladea with min.
ies for trading pojts. Insurance not as
N'tw Yosr, April 7. A Washington src
cisi says : ni. ays ana means Committee
have decided to report in lavor of the re
peal ot the revenue lawsou printing mate
rial, auoh as paper, ink aud type, togethci
with the material which enter into their
composition. The association of Western
printers and publishers have been urging
upon the committee tho request that s.a
asb, wiro gauze, bleaching powder, felting
cioiu, and materials used in tne manufac
ture of paper shall be put in the free list,
and that the pre.eut duty of twenty per
ceut. on unitized paper shall be reduced to
D"t exceeding six percent. They hold that
cheaper paper will increase the demand for
that article. I he commute is disposed to
lavorahly consider ID is last suggestion aa it
ia believed the revenue wouid rot sutler
loss by its adoption.
Death of the Ki-Quren ol tlirll rrm h.
tjiieen Marie Aiuelie, widow of Louis
rhillippp, King of the French, died in
hnglacd recently at the age of eiphtr-
lour. fc-he waa the daughter of Ferdi
nand I, King or the two Siciliea, by his
wue varoiine, a aaugnter of the Em
press Maria Theresa of Austria, and aia
ler of the unfortunate Marie Antoin
ette ol r ranee, ller paternal grand
father was Charles IV of Naples, after
ward Charles 111 of Spain, and henr a
second cousin of the present Queen of
mat country. Mie liau reached the
mature ape of twenty-seven when she
married the then exiled Orleans Prince,
and was merely a Duchess of the blood
royal, until the revolution of lj.'.t)
placed her husband on the French
throne, i.ighteen years later found
her a fug.tive in Lnglaod. The villa of
t-laremout, originally inhabited by
Frince Leotiold of Saxe CoLur with
bis short lived bride, the Princess Char
lotte oi i.cgl&nd, waa given to Queen
Aonelie and her husbanU aa a rei,lenc
by Leopold, who had become King of
P.elgium and the son-in-law of Ame-lie.
in j.vu louts rhillippe died. Since
tnen ner lue has been exceedingly re
tired, almost her only appearance in
public being her attendance at the
marriage of two of her grand-children.
She waa the mother of a large family
ber oldest aon, the Duke of Orleans,
who was killed by a fall from hia car
riage in lM, the Duke of Montpensier,
who marriad a sister of the Queen of
Spain , the Prince de Joinviile, who
aailed to BraVd in a frigate to bring
back the Emperof, aister as his bride,
the Dak t Aumale,; the Duke d N
moura and the Queen 0f Belgium being
i r : :
Empire Spring Water.
Congress Spring Wafer.
Colombian Spring Water,
NO natoml or arti6.'jal compound has yet been
discovered or manulaeu. red that eouals tne.e
waters aa a preventative, ren-f and permanent cure.
for many temporary and ebron-e dia- e., a. prov
ed bv the experience of many thousands ho have
drank them lor veals, with the most U-netWial el-
Jfl cath&rtr, l(rott tod tome. ! i4ft rua-
blo reim-dy fur rttioDst or the Livrr ftntl KuliwTf,
l?Hin'a.ja, bout, CI ironic ("onf-li.ioB anil Ciitauie-
oua d tMa-en, ! pto4 iHwr1iU prtsvfDUTu ui Uia
Kernrs and Bi.luua Couiplaiuus kO ircYa!ent lo
I? a cathartic, aod a TIuatl remedy for Bbeuma
tim, lrHUrmenc of trie Liver, lieae4 ot the
hLiii, and Otncnd Wrwlny. I'a trttt'ui are mot
alutarY in I.une liriiti-. li ia aa ahnoMt sure
cure tor i-croluia, aad the moM wxravU-d l"""1 of
lB(H)r ! n. Ah a ireuive actji-uteiorait MJuu4
D e ran e menu, it titiudd uunvallrd.
Is a tome and diuretic of a h eh't bemr final rliarar-
ter, aud ii a pofiuve iftT-c iy t.r aJi:tt'iH. t ravrl.
Calcmurt, Initiation and Ir liair.nuoa n the Kidneys
aod Htad'ier. aid hv mo4 twuD'arly active effect
lo reetorirj2 lhe ortiHUS wheu i.et.iiA.d by loutf
dineane. Peormlea who have uiiTtd lor yean froui
irregularity. Hud the J i treeing di kuowu
only to their aex, navj been entirely curd vj tne
taifhfiii tud )Utlicioua ue of tntunib an Wafer.
Thee waters we bottled dean and pure, lrom
u'h of the ai-ove named pnn, in o careful and
eeoure a manner that tbey premtTV all their ine
d'cinaf value (or yea'S ftud will de fcund eqiuai y
etliesvciou when drauk tltouAnda of nnlm diUant,
aa when taken uirectly from the fpriD.
J2ewareof Imitation and Inferior Waters.
The ooi In of all aornKDe Concrets Empire and
Col unit 'i o VY uLer ure branded cn the mueof the
CoNGKKfta W.tib, 1 f Km rial Warca,
c. jt a. a. Co. f o. K. a. Co. J
f COLmfflAX WAtEtt. 1
Farhftd ftafely and fecMrtly. in tioxea auilahle for
shipment to any part of U.e wotlii. Chpitv-bh and
ismutre waters in dtxs roniiinine j iHixca Pin in.
or v iacaen ijuart cUxtien eerh. CclumkiiaYii Water
in boxe eonta mug 4, or b iK,zen Unit I'mu. or 4
voztu riui twii en etav tu
Sold by all Druee.HU. IIoUls, Wine
MercbanU and first cl&aa Grocers. -
Sold only nt Wholesale by
l U UKlOlillVlAJN HT N. Y,
Orders I t mail receive prompt i tan mn.
4S dozen of th aliovo lor sale ly
Kline A. Sherman, Masonic Temple,
eiait tu lbar-l 3a
JAM KB HFI.TOV.
1L F, WillLELaR,
North Markot .Stroot,
Gas Fitters, Plumbers,
Agents for Morria, Talker & Co 'a
Olebratrd Wrought Iron Gas
and Water Tubing,
Lap-Welded Flues, Coal Oil,
1ID HIH.SauLB DtailKS IN
Tinners Plumbers, Gas Fitters.
Uopptrsniilli's Stock aud Material,
Railroad Supplies, le.
. B. Kill,
Formerly ol rommen inj
Formerly of Sa-wjiaee
East Side Publio Squira,
HAVING leaeed th, w!l knows Hole) for a
term of yem, and havinaE tnorotiKtA.y refl ud
and r.urnihed it. w are wjW enaMed to ati-om-
ntodat the trmve tne public m a k o-I t! m any
other bo tee ia the eouuuy t hi long been eaid
uiai aaQViile warn reaUy in neaxl of a stood hotel.
and havinaf the mo-l eeuirai and lr.tt houee to
the city, we re determined to rottc it ooJ lo
ir criartrn-i will al a.l t men be lo kit
can pn-iby be artufded.
nr.-in 1IKE ROBERTS.
Type Foundry aaJ Priultr. tmpuriura,
HAGAR & CO.,
ao. S8 oolb srarrr, saw-roaa.
THI-i old MtaMiahed PotsDlry havmt; larie as.
aoruiieolof Kotr, .New.iper, Job aa.l Llrsa
BMBtal lype, Itaa prwnnMura ara prepared witn
ample as iiiM lo prooipny t uw all or-tara kit
""i "d pruabaK oiatenais of iw daw niHioB.
laWod.us II .1 an of all Haautartana-a. catlT na
GOLD PEN DEPOT,
North Cherry Street
JIHAr el..,,,! BtorB IbeerHTwrof ih. S s.r.
sonaavw udtca. For tarrn., wi oa
. . , . BMIKLfSI O0,
a01 at asul al fMissy aUMt.
) i rni re
U II 11 It I J 11 IJ I 1 1
IMFOHTEaa AJJD DBA.I.EH3 IS
E, H. LEWIS & CO,
Corner Churcli and Mrmorf Streets,
I KALElci IN
Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals
Window Glass, Putty,
Finest Brands Cigars and Tobacco
Veryfine for Medicinal Pur oae.'
Pure, and will tie eold at the lewel
market rates. W invite the atteutioa ol ruir oid
eiiM'omeri atttt ihe pubtie, and re(Hefl a rail ani
an exantmation of iur mUjcIi and prnea I'd re ma
kiDfr tl.fir purct.:ee.
The Pre-cnpt-in Pe par (meet will N we ho
apea-ial cootnl f h thorough 1 hntnurt, and we wr
rtntRil pieripttoan emnwietl to u will be aa-vu
mteiy mnipuisited, al alt bourn dny or mghL
TICKET AND FREIGHT OFFICE
O P r tin I T S b T. C I .Oil D 11 OT K L,
for. ibarrh A Sumnif r streets.
TICKETS OK SALK
For all principal points, vi.i
Tille and Chattanooga lvailroad.
To all principal points North and
North-Wet. I vis N-v-ilivillf and North
Wretero hn..i-on.i to JoUhnoh villa,
Cairo and St. Lt.a.c ,
At Cairo for Chicago ami all interme-ilirtte-
At L Louis with Hannibal and St. .To,
North Missouri and 1'acilic lluil
Koads for all poiuu North
Tmns leave Chatiaanoya depot at 7 Vl a.m. and
Clo p lil.fur CtialtajXHif a and a.tnla btrtjth.
Naliville aud North-Weiera traiua lea. a at 7 :til
a.m. an.' 4 -n p iii l..r t ain, m. Loui. an i l l.ir .;;
couuect.ua; al Juhiimianiiia w.th
First Class Steamers,
wheie Uie irreateet ennv.nienena have heea nude
lor the trnna.ffr ol paHaMiit-p, and I av;Me
No detention at JulinMnvillM. 'lhi aill awava
t,f a KIRiT CLASH b I hA.MKK ia r.-ao.ueaa oa Ilia
sirrtv:il e-i,'h tram.
B-iinuii ui eaila led at the Office is proper aea
On will la promptly attended to
ar-partiui will he called lur in any part of the
H. C. JACKSON,
Read! Reflect!! Act!!!
TARKA.NT k Co.:
(ienUemen-l am a renidnnt of ("uracoa, and have
Mrm dip.d to a-nu. k v'm i-on,-era,n the real
valuvol your KLI.K AI'KklKN I' a a renieOj
or ladix tiou aud lypeia. 1 desire lo .ipr..
lo jri.ii i, n.f rx Kraliluoe lor the Kreat ta-neht the
bKl.'l 'KK liai. doue mv aife.
Kor tour or Be year's u,r W!f has 1mb aa.lly
ami.ie.1 wild liy.pvp.ia, and ai,er I mm uuder ina
ir.-nu ot ol a.,rai lx-tirs h,r t.or thre
he was Sualiy lodlaed to ser the a-lfha ol a
l-ru-d l'hy-maii, l.,.-ir Valaalw, of Ww-mrs,
who mitned'H y trentl h-r wit n your KrhK-
KUWf hKMZfcK APKKI K.N I4, -he I -an
improyeal oi., and is now I'KKh KUi'l.T Wai.l.
1 lec-l it k ia, niy duly lor tre k.k1 of hiimamiy w
make Una rlali-iiH-nt, l.enu tual a BlwdlciiM ao vai
UalHe should Inr wi'lwfy knfan.
l ruKhnR you w.ll ;, hum pula.cii-f, and repeal
ing my earnent Kraliiilla aa, tliauKs.
lam very reeaK:llliliy ymr
a. ii. c
.W I or It, June ii, '06.
Meichant, Curacao, b.A.
The aiifternjr oil lirini in nur land to arve this
reniedy a trial ; cenviu- ed that hy its tuunty um
many may fee rei:d, many cured of ly.p.p,i.
Hearuwrn, Dour .tvomach, Sim Ic lieailacue, liin.
neaa, lnd.e.tlon, I ilea, lAautmn., Lilioil. at.
la, ka, Uw t omplKu'. Klie imalai a ITer-lions,' Jr.
Ka-1 tlie PatnpiilM of I mt.inoniai with ea h lA
tle, aud do not uaw Uia uiada-in a-uat Uia advica
ol font Piiysioao.
Maaiifactiirl only ly TARKAMT A OU,
wr nx-o street, new lork.
Sr s,ar aaua b, ail i Tusstau.
Third National JJank
W. W. Berry,
John Kirk man,
Joseph W. Allen,
Chaa. E. Hillman,
A. J. Duncan,
Dan 1 r. Carter,
I'HIH Hank haa opaaMd ia to kmiUiBK lalalToe
CUptwd l.f U
Ccraatr of I'nioa and Colter KraaU. lo Iraaaaet s
Bankio?, Eitbamre and CoIIrrtins Baw'afu.
Buy aad .all all kind, of (M.VBriMal Ha-nnM
kr th aaa oi us.
w. W. BKRKT.
A. Ii A B JU.NKS,
Dissolution of Copartnership
rjiHS topwtttarsh p hmtr.t.r. kao
X tiras aad atyla ,4 Ht'l,Hfci a
sows no-l.r th
Hi! liMl v
s u - ' . i. "oi mi.
a- ,. - -a 'i rvturra, 1.
,h- . , a mun4,n n iiipii.uuinsr ail iM U
Wury 17-j!, lac Ik 4,4 4
Ia r-timc rrrm Ute ai.a am. r
l.lraa l"-"S( wu.ro f !, ,ximooJi
h. - am. .o,p-0t. , 22 ZT.,n
aawajM ai .la .... - t . ... . "
l "i'poaeo to Miron aa
PaoToBsPBS.-rho-.-.,rrh. of Uenera'a
i sJaral sad Coofierai. in. lrsst cl
lectioo in u,. waal, flr MkI, waiiM4l4 ,0lt
reUi . Kemember th. p,ce, Uailerv of th
tumberlanJ, liCdar tlrt,opp.-,i- foru
ureal Uotel. 'may J, It.
ArrTto Isisaaaa t -Checks oa th I I
Ster baakius Co., lioliaet, Ireisnd, iu .uuis
ot il to tl f0, a.,,,, c. j. ,!,,,,, Ui w
aersOUice, Jiu.4si.,li a strent. it-
Ta Briaal laaabn, aa rf of Warn ,nk
and laMnicuna kr Hciin Ma. A , aew a i te
haole ireonwu lor ttam of ua I riaarv aa.l
aailuti ay.lma (n frea, la ant.ed an... ,.
A.loraaa, lr. i. hB.ilXi.N tnjtl.lllO.N, li.-wai.l
Aaaocialaia. Pluuuimpi,, Pa. aprl- l
COLGATE'S HOSE V SOAP.
Thiaceee.-aieiT.llMMp, . sti. a uaiven!
demand, latnad from uV eh.leat in-uenaia,
sail and .uaull.si in ii. nauira, rra.raatly
aeaaiea, and extremely b.a.ilclal in its aci.oii
upon tlie skia. For sale It a.1 pruiy.-ta an I
Fancy boods Pealcra. Iv
Batrhclor'a Ualr l)je!
The Original and K.-t in tho V..t;.
The only t:u and cruet U:nr I've, li.tr;.!
less, Konableaiid iii.tautnneoiis. rrodncc
luiiietliatolv a spiendij lilai k or nulur;.!
brown, without mjuriujc the huir or aa
Keuiediea the ill ell., la ol l-ud dvea. a ol
by all I'ru-iBis. 'ilio (ctiaiuo is siiMi"t
W illmm A. l.ttlchcl.ir. a;,
w.yC'iru?.uy derail of .hw'tun, jr
Ac.iruri'iy old Itdlt.!. ii j tc Jiti.r.
CllAltLL-j UAtlUt.L4Ji.,Nkit Vtui.
Goto Erysut, Strattou A iV.'s "a.h'""
Business toUt-ge loi a thorough dii-4-aii. u
ia iiook-lveepmg, I'ruiMaioit', C'ouiuu'i-
Clal La-, CotlllUKei- 'al laiCUiitlloUS, i ai l-
uership, fciettieiiiiits, Ac.
betid lor Colters paper, Circular, Ac.
Address UliiA.Nf, i'UA'n4uN Ja CO.
Star- l'hyalalo ttea. wf Marrlaje--
i'outainiutf a.i? o p!fei, ao-l l.m flu. 1 t.i.--,
au! l.uaia4ina;a ul iht Auau-mv ut lite human o -yftua
iu a auiic uf Hea.ni and i i.t-a.-M, w in a li. a
uasoB aariy brrora, ua Iwlorania l'oimv)t;t-iv a
upon Ihe M.nu aod tovy, aihlli Auln.'i . I i
I nauui-Dl U.a vi. f rain uai aa.l ,ii--hi..i
;oda ol cure, aa .Iiowu l-y ilia r, pori ol ia-
lreavta.1. A truthful a.iTi-Mr lo lli. iuri.,1, i
tiiO!contetiiptak.uu inarr iv.e, alio uo-iuu I i.l t-.
ol their ph. ai i-oii.i;i.,n. .-.nl li. oi iwta.-a .,
iy at.irwr,a, on r nj't ! i" c-iu., in i. n:p- ir
ihm-IiO currru. , ! a.l.lri.inc l-r. I. A U-l V, ilo.
31 Maitlf II I auc, AiUiU, N. .
'Ilia nnllior limy tm cou-u.!e. ui.n acv ot tl
liM.-a.-ea iimii win. h to. i.mA trat. a-tl-r p r m-ii
. If or ry mall, aau mriliciuva -ut to anv I hi, i I
U'H aolij. .a il l ' ill
IU) M 11 A I. V I N ! !
HAVlNij returned si-nti with
itk k ot
'l'riiuiinnua. WoralOiU, y.'itivr,
to the old horn,-, I w -ulii re-i r.-tluii 1 1:
form the Ladies oi Nn. lnl!,. i.,i w.t :il
bo prepared lo inuiiula. tuia any kiud el
t'ortla, Tai-.cN, Ituitom, I iin, .,
as good ami as rli
ccrluny aa lomierly.
tn -i.' Ail bi'lt i I-. .k I "i
;x-. n I ;.l -M n
ACUltilt.COMi, i.r Mi:i; T1IK0 T
Rt4Ciaaa raw. io... ... ... ...via
ens, a Ir.iL.-... ... .i,i,v,
Irrllallea at Hr !.., a t4,-. .! Ihro.
Alterllua, .r aa lacaratla I ia4 lli.ca.e
la orr. the int ir.
Brown's Bronchial Trocho3
HAvraa a Biai.T mru tm i,. Tai raT,
laaKiMAra am irr,
Kor DroavliUla, Aalhuia, i atarrh, I ouaump
live al l'lirual t I
Tao ata j.aa tu aim alw.ii ,MJb m m .,.
bl.M.KIW AM 11 if. I !(J M-KiKHi'i
Will Ktitl Tru -he-) u-Iul in t iHatru.,-; Iho ,.., w, t
lat a laniiTe hmn .1 r, or i..-, m, i 1. I ,u t
throat altrr au nau-.:iJ .i-nrli q if,,. f,-i ,,r , 4, ,
the Trtxhei are re.-..iimi-!t,.- j y, r,i. (
MyH lana, ;tu4 have t. td 1 num.iN ir,
neul men thrtiuhot.! th. untrr. 1 - nj, m.t m
ele ot true infnl, aud U m n,t. I iihmi ;r..
ly a U-t ol many ymi-, 1. . tr tknkA ti.(ii ,, .1
dilaouai f ftlltiri 111 Vui.m, ,,.,r(4j ,4 u,a v.,r!,i( m I
the TriH'h-! i- nn, ..t-.. ly pni.tu)- isit r t'i mi
utl-er artt' le.
UUa.11 ouly ,,rrn',i !f-v HiiT4.irTn(" m. I
do wit take any tt-l th W.-.n.-rta lnii!.i Mt t,,ul
tnay be irT r- i.
txij efi ryehiT' .11 tin-1 uiud 1 t.u-t-a
t'"ii trie.t, nt .iu .vu: r Um.
j rui i- tin
Vitii a, Mim , Aiij(. 9,
Ihr Jhi B Ul tir.ir: tun happy to
you thitl I liv u - i .,ur lu-sois. i.e-in n
Willi a-'eat reii-nt lu niytf, m nmtmi a!-)nt
prowli-Ali-uo itt 11.? H-ieni pru iiji . 1 tv t( ,
riftr aut'iju-l V . k-'xjrif, i,t,i iafH m.tl) t,.
ruit j army ihr .t.n.. ! iimwu-. -.mii.-ro
m ko. Ic'iilli'n;.)i rt- uiptii-ii-l 11-ti
oUai h'. i tjAji,-. .1 1 -. itnLifitl: i. f t : 11
A;'nt 1". ;. s.ii i;, y
IK lm mi, hi.,
hi the 'ZM ftt Ji.if t.t'i, l mif , t . 1
ajfRutoi ntire, u in .'u.c i l'ir- i.
iHU-lMlw-nt f Hit4 VtnJ Ot 'F t C'HPi-'- 1 :
pie itl ny -'lr:n r-.tur-,, l r iiiii
lltta-l .f, Kh r Mil l. I--, t,r h tltl.1 .t
tajarw tii'ii aal (ifiin- 1 1 u-. .. in-.' ,
i he Iti.nmuia; . u.- . n ii 1 in . t. .(
aiMt' b-ii. K.-t-. 1.,. . r i -'in u. -.;
aaV.co. e, to iAc 11 i"ii u -,nJ;i,
IB, 1 pt I
Iam KaL-fi'-d that O-ln-n l:,ti, t
nmrni u auiy ofi .1 uM-u r-" t.i
L'B. 1 114, (.(;.-. 'Idll I 'l .
tea U ilinpOM CI .1 Lu Mj! rr,
II H-Hl A 1 NI KT i-j,
tkir u and M l.t ai in-v tir, l .'
HkalkL' s-tKrv.au I erAr ortHr rt'Vr.Bai 4hP j,
iiiini, 1 es-s , ji,: jt, 1-'... 1
IT. John P.nti e aaiarit. Mr. , ha-a . mt, . ,
to !h)p U .N ii, 1 na , i i;ri - ir '- .t- u,
of huil I Viiiuu bi:u r--, Jcf uj iiuer-) iu ... 1
'i'ti rnn-ila ;on of li. Tr-aury I puiit'ttt ar-
U avv'tiaipiiaw't w in -in-
ty cmiuaJ d 1J. dru, Ria'rmr:p.
U -J. M W fl wn,
Mstj-'r find VrtifvM M tr-.r-t ss-nrraf
For Mi, wh.ani aal rtta.i by hf- KtI, K
M-V I LLfc. u , mm i,r, ion.
AA ll 7-iU atMi O Willi
HA ViN'r 'j'ta fil aa A ltiiiiii-tr tor nn ti.a .
UU4 Ol Ji jill tl Hafl, ilaw m..!, tfMia 1m i, i,,,
Uiy a.1 peraa'Bjt LaViDit; un nmuai n-ai.! tr 1,:.. 1,,
fi.e ttitn with niM w.tn a tt;a tme pr 1 r ' t f a
haw, ur itiy wih i tmrre.1, aad I.'. to-jM-vi
C-'ine forward auJ nutt pnynirnt.
tanla-ut Jt.HHll KM ITH
Ia Chancery at McMinnTilIi.
fEHBUAKT KLLI.-S 1 ..
A. R. Harnmer, efmp'a naiif,
? yo. h. l ; Ian i.
Mator Merrer tu.oa, i-fiuji
IN thia caiiew it appwr.ci( to the aaf 6,ti .ta tt ih
r.-rk ao'l MaftMr tr.ai 11 t'tr dhit'1 !.,-!, wir
ia a wn-tMim ot tl.e Laie of lafiiMaka, tr.a
tlie fiMiuaiy pro-'e--) iaw i'iiid t t r t n n
hun: Ilia llirri r r i-re. tltat pi'M.f.r rj
liitaie, U'T U.tiT HiiTPiiii'' wkisUi tit SitnUB
I n:on, a Dew-pir put-i-fi-'! u ':;:, i,
ae-aiaa-sTa. r-uiriUs -ai -1 aa-is-iKlaoi toa'i-ar n 1
UrttitHjoi oor iwit C'urt, ! fat I i I, 1 :u,
wo th 4tn MDlr ia Mr-h. I .., b I.
aaMr ?- im.iiT U' u.i. ( aii a ? .(, or fJ.- -a.i.s
will (-a uktif f toti i-r---1, i ( u,t n i i (..,
bear ox 1 par . J. f. 51-'KKviUI. ..IM.
It-tMi-w-t-v' I f J. C I 11 1, ! 1
10 Union Street.
WC IIIVK puat rar-airao and are low ep n
a tarv. an I well aa-inj au.-a ei
t.K.-lLi..naM - LA t'i nr i a. 1.1 kk.n a
Boots cS: Shoes,
of all ki.'ls, to whTh we reHpectl;':. ra : I' e aila
tioaof tHir frienda aud t.'ia ptox ' tM.raj.v ' o
by a alncl aitaooa ui bt.tnoa, ao-l i-v nic-aataa
wncaa, lo merit a auaiwe tiu. r natrona,-.
Hluan'.i a I ; L,
ranali f is l4-iiii
Ginseng, Feather., Beeswax.
rwH E h ha ntaraaf pr-awui na B., ,
A or c-li. at l
low i-f.m tto oi iv r. Jmiw.ii.
, Ko. 3 North Mar tat street, (!.., ,, .
aMeaa4 S aalA
oewaw t. a.
aste-n as ,v
. uiaawaa aiwv.