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NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE, A.TTJJR, APRIL 11, I860.
J3r. John Bull's
The Latest and Most Impor
Nineteenth Oentury !
No man's iibm wort ,BtiD.atly rounarttil
Ut U bivtory of MAIKKiA tah.t(cA t U.
Luiiad buiN, or mora tat-oraL. v luowu a, pw
bf la M(lMjaJ i.n ovry, tuu .hutul
"Or. John Bull
Bis inimilaUe prrparatiaa of SARSAFARIIXA
bee long suod at Hie head of the various rout;
poUBdSOf lbs valUaUe dill'.
U.t Compound of WILD CHERRY has
become a household word through
out the West
and South. Ilia Worm Lozenges,
n less than a year after their introduction,
attained a reputation aa wide spread a lha couh-
Drue j4 fvorUi America, but (he crowning glory of
this Ida remains lo ba atxaiaed la hia diacoaery, or
ratfesr oomunetiou, lor ha do not c aim to have
twi tha discoverer 01 1'Kl'HoN. ah oh u the bania
of Uia hi Hers dow offered lo lha public. 1 hat hon
or urloDira to I tie native inhabitant, of Ueutial
America, to whom Ha Tirtuaa have trn known kr
mora than two hundred years Aruied witn it tlia
ledian tad dt-n.n.-e to lua most deadly malaria,
aud handle , a iUioul tear, the most ntomoiu ser-
1uta. ilia a ualief with tbam, that while there la
ra.ih to trie body, the Cedron n pjteul to cuie, nc
matter whal Ilia d-sease uiay ba.
While It. Mull la Dot prepa ad to endorse times:
trevaaut preleosioo, ha 1a nevertlhtleea ant shed
f.oro a Uioiotign examination of tha evidence rata
Hon to lU Tirtuaa, that ae a remauy and preventa
tive for all diaaaaa arising from exposure. lhar
to tha aoaUiar or ciiuiata, or lo niuuiniauc lutluen
rra, it alaada
Without a Rival.
AnJ luatly daarraa tha rapuUUoi it haa to Ion
atjo)J ib CVulrnl Aiuarica aud (ua V aal iodiea.
ad Mi altanjnt trara of aroiptoma. It aria mora
i.lkE A t llAKM tiaa a nil ciik. Tlxra aoili
iiK is Ilia aaola nuf of alataria Medica Diat can
or a woman! baar a cooipariMB a 1U1 u id thta dta-
lfull anronat of Ih a woojarful p'ant may ba
iMtaM ib Uia Ilia aditioa ot tba I'. S. lniipaaraiorj
mft I MM aad IMS
A unn of axpanmanta la whirb Pr. Bull haa
tM f r imti nad, ba ju ba-n brought lo a
an awalul tvraMnauoo, and ha i Bow iM.lod lo
uCvc tu it.. puUic a oumtanaUoB of CKi'K-N with
oittar apiroTad latum, ua whole prawai 10 lha
lua quainy of eoppar dialiliad hourl n U luck j,
Blucb ha w onDSdeal haa Ba aual id lha world,
sta ruiKhl funiiah a roluuia ol oarulkaiaa, but Uia
pitJtiO have loag aui-a learned to ei.iiiaie aiH'h
lluair bf their Uu lua 'I ba lala't plao i tor
mtf oaa w teal Uji UtmooU (ha firtuaat Daw
On Trial nd you will never ua any
l la lot MiMn puilih loa; of dm
eiMa for wtiwh Uie c'Kl't JS blntlbuti
cac la all UiMtaaaa of tha
Bowels, Liver or Kidneys,
la all after I. oa of lha
alrala, Daaaailnd I traa"i
".. yieHiacft er Daweii
Goat, lLLe watlsui and Ncaralgii
Fover and Aguo.
ie deauead lo eupanNkia al other ramaliaa. It
.. - . i.mi if nrvent. ti:eni.
a anaa iiM of Uia Kiuare, uka o b.ur bvl..r
a-icfa n- '. will oDti.lc uitm raw v w.-.
UBhauiLT rimiale, eud ra Ilia ra takii 11
efaiBal d.raaa uedaa lha nwt lttua aipoaiiia-
Sold a, DraaataU aad Urwrara UeaeralW.
DR. JOHN BULL,
Pnanpal Ofcoa, FW !at Uuii?.ue, k J
, gold Wbolaeai aad Ratal I by
Bcrrj, Pcnoville k Wbarlaa
. - f'.aa. Poblie Square.)
The alae Ball
' EKITS'8 TOKIC SYRUP.
Aecut ot lua
iuu ataira) ' ib. Hon. se aad 38 iidiob straet.
Aju of barf apronent tna a aoaice txnspana
. . I J . . A,l lummtw U.lili.Il.r Muh.i.Ji
uid Aooi . aad KoK'kwiiockar tife of lor a,
-- au of iXMunsoua, umo.
- UMPbELL. McKWF.N a 6K0EbBKcK. AUor
V aey. at Law aou Claim Axeou, prec-tn-e iu ail
the tJouna. Coiiect.OTia promptly aundd to;
aio cia.ma amiuat the tnitad biatae and Voucheri
roliactad. Ortn-a 71 Norm Cherry atreet, npatmra.
TIS, K. AAUomey aad Councilor at Lav,
UCia Cherry at.: 2'. U. box 7ta.
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X: wry No. 60 College atreet, batweao Ldiou
and Uia PuDliC fcuara iieaiere la Uucurraut
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Dea ol au Kioda. dtocaa aad booua bought aad
aoid on Comuuaatoa. Couecuoaa promptly at'
A. W. haaroaa, Praat. Jaa. 6. Oaara.Caah'r.
a. 0. Jaiaua, Aaaialaiit Cashier.
MARR, THOS 8. Broker, corner Union and
CuUrge atreeu, buy and Bella Gold, Uncur
at Monty, UtiTenunrat hecunuea and Vouehera.
Collecuoua etusaaea to proropuy.
AIko buyH and aaiia on oummiaatoB.
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V Chrry atreet, deiia in Exchange, Ojvero
iinl btscuntiea and Con. Colieulioua promptly
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X laia ui iCxchange; oovernmeut bacuriuea
and coia. cotietaiona promptly aifndd to.
Oo!d, btocka and tKindaa.ld on Corrnnii-Hioa.
W. W. buk.r, President. Enoaa Joana, Caatiier.
U1XL A.D UHAeS FOlAIItUi.
PKKKY a LUMONT, Bell and liraaa Found,
Mauulacturers of all kind, of toraaa worit,
uoalera ib gan, kunou and water pipe, oil well tu
tiuj aud pomp, guui hose, packing, up iter, to.der
aim haiibii, No. it Broad auaet, Bear tha nrer.
ItOUK AUJUU A'KINTINU.
NASUV1LLE UNION PRINTINW CO. Book
and Job fruiters, aud pu' liabera of tha Lnu
ly ana Weekly tniott, 1 nuter'e Alley, bviacea
LmoB anil, iewltfricK etreeta.
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l-KA.NK. auocenHom to M. J. LrucAr. brewera
ol Ale and Lager ber. No. 41 broad atreat, Naao
yille, leuu. aooa ly
IIOVHM I.LLHS AKU a rATIOXKKV
SINtLkTON, k. H Bookiwller, Publiaht-r
a.alioutT, and Feriodical iwier, fuel umce
MVKH.-I a HUNT Manufaeturare of all tba
Latent Htylea of tirt Ciasa Carriaea and
hufiia, axprrns Wagoui aad Carryai.ii, 1 NortA
CLAI.H AOLMS, eVC.
JOHN O'NEILL, Military Attorney and Bolicilor
ol CI m in., rioei-uUMi all cuMiaa of Clainia
airainat the OoT.raroeut lor citizens and aoldikTs.
Ottica 34 Ueoar tlreet, Naehru'e, It-on. bo7-.o.
X)MPKlNd, H. A to. U. 8. C aim Agdntn,
ottl-ern' Pay Accotnt.4 aad Uuarternnu.iern
oo'htini bougiit at tba utM ratm, or coliecUd.
orhca corner Cherry and cauar atrtieta, u .tairs.
COAL AM) WUVU.
KKltiHT BROTHERS Dealura la Cumberland
and fitbiburg Cal. Wood sawed and aplitiB
sue lengths. odVe 4). Chuivh street, laid wn
Honing Miii mil, Bouth ol Broad. All orders ulied
t ULLKCll.X; AliKklli,
RS. TUTH1LL, IVputy I'uit-vl tta:m Marshal,
. collects Note., Accounts. Ac, in Middii 'r.n-
Bu stMs CMlica at biAio t'apilol, Uftt doortoied
t ral Court Uoom. 1". O. Lot k box a7. b winr
tisemeat in auother columu. IdecU-tiui
ftKtis Ai.i-;itB, Ac.
CtONK A lUNNKI.L-.Wboli'mtie and KeUil
Bookseller., btatiouers, and News Agenta,
No. 40 Noith Cherry street, Natdmlle, l enn.
It Ik A L KM t I K AC1&.M S.
J I.. A K. W. BKOWN, Real Estsia anditanf ral
. riiiKinew Agetif, over York's book Utore, n
Union Mtrt at, Nsnhvilia, lenn. Butti-eni"
W11.)N, J. W. A IX). Manufacturers and
WhuleMtle and kelnl Lealera la Tio, Copper
and Sheet iron Wai and hliroiMan tiood. No. 17
Oollega street. '
" WALL l-tl'tll, etc.
MERRI1T A HlLIy Dealers in Wall Paper
W indow bbadi s. W indow tllssa. aid Phoio
Kisphic Material, 47 Chlilca street, Msvheld
building, opposite Msxwell House.
Attorneys aud Claim AurnM.
EH. DiLANY, Attorney at Lawaod WarDaim
. Agent, Cleveland, 'lenn. uorav-ly
The Tenn(3sse8 Iilarine
Tnn nnil n i TI7
I II III' 1 VV
l ader tha A sw Charter, la saw apaa for
NO. 31 NORTH COLLEGE 8TKEET,
a eat tow to ooatta or ruios rr.
A. W. Bl TLIill, oec'y.
jaaKDI V. ALXEX. Praa t
JOd. W. ALLEN, JNO. M. HILL,
WATSON M. COOKS, C. A. B. THOMPSON,
V. W EAVEK, l'AN'L F. CARTER,
JN X B.JOHNSON. SAM'L VANLKER,
0. M. FOOO, R. B. CHEATHAM,
A. G. AI'AMi
BOOTS, SHOES AND LEATHER,
No. 11 Dey Street, N. Y.
Alexis Bragg & Wesson
irnTjtwoui or thi u tTiLinri nn or
1LFAIS BilKititt WIKUK.X,
Hoot, ttiior anil Leather,
bee io itiTiiaj th uMit oa ot puivii.- to Utfir
UlvOdlti l"t -Ck, JpttSi to !1 5WttODfi Of Ih i'Oi.1.-
trv, uJ at.t -n it.fr -t 1 th loveft ui-uitrl
new. Hi-MiK. m-putiL-u ptti io urdwrs.
ALFXIS !RAa;, AMKKW WESHON.-'b,
vrcin np v f. iut
ULlU, cuyttLuu u Lilly
ISIr'KVEK3 AND JOl'HERS
Foreign & American Fancy Goods
Hosiery, lifntV FurnMiliR 6oods,
Slatlsncrj, fullerr, Jtwelry;
Also Manuhv-fiirara tf
Hoop - Skirts,
S3 Park Fia. and S3 Murray 8L. Niw-Tork.
T F. hava one ol the largsat aad let aaaoned
, bkaks of aiive meot ooed txsls iq this
rouutnr. adapted to the .wiuthara trade, a turn wa
0flT 11 1 US tairttrahie lemia
auyere am aa wall log r a us a trial. All or dais
prouuny aiiauded !
tela a a WH.I. AKPKKWa I.KKT.
Willett, Kiddcll & Co.,
Civil Engineers and Surveyors,
Corner Church dL llljli Hta.
rt ,1,11ml aek aaaa. etc, eaa ba eura-l by coe who
l ,! eared BJte and handrwda U mere,
itd wai tali yoa B-ia-a M the ijuta. a".
eith "amp, bJLMri
rilXTEB AXD PCRLISIEB IT THX
M8HTILLK ISIOX PR1TIG CO
SATCEDAV, APEIL 14, 1866.
- ' For (lieNathrills I'mou.
M. E. Charch im the South.
Much rjiiitrprehemion haMrUen si to
the purpote and policy of the M. E. Church
ia iu tlTort to tzleod ita organizttion in
the Southern States. A candid and truth
ful reyealaient of iu in is. ion and mode of
operation are esteemed appropriate and ie
tnanded by the occaion.
The M. . Church claims to be an ortho
dox branch of the great christian family,
and coEsiders itaelf ao recognised by lha
majority of the religioua world. It teach n
for doctrine the commands of God, not those
of men, as some of its opponents assert, not
prorea. Nor does it propose to teach poli
tics, as is gravely assumed by "not a few."
8o often has thia been charged against it
that it deserves a more thorough exposition
than a simple denial. Who, let it be in
quired, are the parties that make this as
sertion the most frequent? The M. .
Church south, so far as I am able to judge.'
The uncharitable remarks of the Southern
Bishops in their pastoral letter last year,
was a signal and occasion for a simultaneous
unset along their entire line. And the
same charge has been repeatedly made in
the last three months, both directly and in
directly. But did the Bishops suxt&in their
charge? Have the recent correspondents
to the "AdvocaU" iu your inidok supported
As to the Bi.-hop's remarks I did not per
ceive their proof. Not one instance of proof,
do I consider, they unfolded. And cer
tainly, men in such high position, who
have placed in their bands so much power
for good or evil, who enjoy such wide
reputation and commanding influence,
should bave spoken cautiously and with a
spirit of reserve and moderation upon so
severe a charge. Mora especially did it
behoove them to support their enunciation
with satisfactory evidence. I do not hesi
tate tc say that the Southern Bishops be
lieved they had abundant argument within
their grap to make good their charge. But
they failed to produce them, and until they
or tneir aeieniiauu ao uring out tueir
"strong teutons," it will be worthless, and
the presumption is against them. 'On the
contrary, if weshould leel disposed, we could
establish to every unprejudiced mind, the
utter fallacy of the charge. Reflect, if
you please, that the membership of the
church is verging close to one million
1 1 ,0u0,00i) Viouls, and is it rati ual to con
clude that the. majority of them are hope
lessly given lo teach and believe the doc-
triuts oi men as the commandments of God,
that they thus teach and preach? Reason
forbids such a conclusion. Consider the num
ber, extent and influence of the recent revi
vals, to go backward no farther, the happy
conversions, the reformations of life, seen
and witnessed, read of all men, that have
been primarily due to the protracted exer
cises and euruCNt preachings of the church
in different sections of the country, aud is it
rational deduction that these preachers
are lunatics: that such happy results grow
out of believing the doctrines of men and
preaching politic? Look at the purity of
the lives ol this people within a fraction of
all the benevolent institutions erected and
endowed by their munificence, the general
sanctity and amelioration of society under
their combined labors where they bate
must lurgi-ly operated, aud we think a full
and complete l efulatiou will befouud against
one and all tbeee assumptions. It is deeply
paiuful that Mich an accusation should have
been mad j at such an inauspicious moment,
and iu such an oflicial capacity. It should
rather have beeu their high prerogative to
have allayed the troubled waters of passion
aud divis ou by woids of conciliation and
peace, lfllitrewss no wish on their part
to see a reunion of the churcb, they should
hava avoided words calculated to widen
than narrow tba breach.
Having the assurance of its doctrines
and principles being those of the Quspel of
Christ, it haa emit into our midst to aid in
spreading holiness over these lands, deso
lated by war and rent by civil conflict and
duorder. It comes to lend a helping band
to every child of Adam, to go into the neg
lected and waste places of Zion to gather
the people into solemn assemblies, com
fort, cheer and gladden every soul with
songs of gratitude and proclamation of the
Gospel of light and immortality to make
the rough ways smooth, level the moun
tains, till up the valleys and prepare a high
way of holiness for our Redeemer, it be
holds an effectual door opened unto it aud
bearing the great commission on its pre
cious banner, it lougs to labor and sing,
pray and exhort men. Here it ia in our
midst ready and willing to do all it can in
saving uien from ruin, ready to co-operate
with all christians in Berving God aud do
ing good. It does not jirojiose strife with
any chrieUiu body. Its message is to wsge
a heated conflict sgainst sin. It docs not
propose "disintegration" of any society.
It feels a perfect freedom to open its doors
unto all, upon any and all occasions it may
deem suitable, aud will gladly receive those
who wish its connection and aid. It shall
leave itself open and fee to cipresa ita
views and sentiments when occaiign shall
require. It will do this with becoming
courtesy and deference to enlightened
judgment. Being wedded to its legitimate
work of love and holiness, it will seek to
abstain from profitless wrangling and "agi
tation" of qupsl'-oui not "healthful" lo piety
devoting itself to its Master's service.
V. B. CaifBi.ow.
UHRissg,iRi, April JUh, ISM.
From the Petersburg Index..
There is a moral sublimity in the
passive couiage of the President, full of
inspiration to those who hope for the
preservation of republican freedom,
And to tboea even who are looting
hop, uverborne and defied in both
branches of Congress, denounced by a
no leu reckless th n triumphant parti
aan press.oppoaed by a popular major
ity in nearly every Mate in tba Union,
diacounU-uanced by the controlling
party in eyery State Legislature, de
ericii nf the moral support and coud-
tenscee oF friendly judiciary, and
Goal!?, thwarted end plotted against
by members of his own Cabinet, it ia
iiu possible to .joucetveof cotuUuation
of events so well calculatext to strain to
utmost endurable tension the courage
and manfulneasoftUe Treaideut's char
acter. AuJ well and worthily he bears him
self in the unequal light Deprecating
a contest ia which he admits the odds
to be against him, yet asserting, W'10.
resoluteness wuoee purpose ia unmis
takeable, bis convictions and resolves,
he plants himatdf on the impregnable
foundations of law, and presses on with
a bold tread and unflinching faith to its
conclusions. - .
There may have been a time when
considerations of "policy" were control
ling With h.O but that day ia past Last
Friday, in the Tery heat of the g.-eat
battle, which was to determine whether
Johnson and law, . or JacoLinism and
passion should triumph, he did taoacis
which Abraham Lincoln would not
have dared to do on tha ucn;et day
of all but four Tears rulev. lie released
IUpbael fcromee from the Jail into
which Gideon VYelie had thrown him,
and be sect to Congress a strong appeal
for the tuoiiScalioa of the Teat Uatb.
'V.' a rortn t h. ea an ant of exiuaJ IO
, i.nr. .mil.! v.... kr'.cl.i the
crack of Stantou a whip aad the iduoe e
of Sumner'a spur; fin J the President
would bave yielded, as .he yic'JcA his
promise to Virginia or ptacc take! To
day, btanton, though venemoug aa an
adder, is as dumb, and the Jacobins
surge ae&inst, but do not move tha
stern will "at the other end of the Ave
And, ai Andrew Johnson stands to
day, so will he stand for three years, 1
his life be spared, as Heaven grant, and
in the end will triumph, if the Repub
.Methodist Centenary Meeting.
Speech by Chief Justice Chase.
lie Demands Suffrage lor the Freed
At a meeting of tbe Ladies' Central Cen
tenary Aseociation, held .n St. i'aui s AI. E
Churcb, New York, on Mcoday night, to
celebrate the centenary ol American .Me'.n
odism, and help the raising- of a tund to
build a mission bouse in New York Citr
Chief Justice Chase presided, and made the
opening speech, aa follows:
I am told that on taking the chair I ought
to address a tew words to toe people here
assembled. 41 y engagements nave beeu
such, and so arduous, that it has been im
possible for me to prepare anything like a
a regular address and you will not expect
that. I shall accomplish all that is neces
sary, 1 hope, if 1 express the earnest sym
patoy I feel in the work that has called you
together to-night. It leads us to look back,
and it bida us to look forward a hundred
Tears ago. and a hundred vears hence. The
speaker proceeded to dwell briefly upon the
work ot the church during the last hundred
years in the various departments of human
improvement, drawing tne contrast Between
its position at that time, and us present no
sition, and noting its amszinz progress in
numbers, wealth aud innuence during that
time. He spoke of the church as synony
Dious with liberty and the regeneration of
man; as Laving been coeval witn the estab
lishment ot our Government, and as stand
ing in the vanguard of all great moveuieuts
of reform, and tbe loyal church as aiding
greatly in bringing our late cod Diet to a
successful end. lie proceeded to speak of
the reforms wrought by the war. lie con
tinued: A slave is represented upon the
Roman stage in a play written by a Koman,
who was himself a slave, uttering eighteen
hundred years sgo these worus, stand
ing in front of a R man audience: "I reckon
nothing that ia human as alien to me."
Think of the- force of those words in
that day I Roman citizenship em
braced all there was that was considered val
uable in the world; and here was a man out
side the pale of Koman citizenship standing
up to say, "I reckon nothing human alien
to me." And thunders of applause greeted
that sentiment from Roman lips. Ap
plause. Then it was nothing ' in wmch
men thoroughly believed; nothiug for which
any man was willing to die. But now that
principle comes down from Heareo; comes
down irom Him who shed bis previous blood
for all men, now has breamed upon the
heart of this great nation, ao that it has
come to acknowledge nothing human alien
to it, and that it is willing gnd ready to do
all its duty to tbe humblest of mankind. I
shall never forget with what sentiments I
learned that oue great act of justice was put
forth, by the American people, in the name
ot him who, through au assassin's hand,
has been sent to his home, we trust in
Heaven, and to be perpetually rs metered
among men for his kindness of heart, his
conscientiousness and his goodness. He re
solved, as he told me himself, one night
lying in his bed meditating upon tho state
of tbe country, that if it should please God
to drive the army of Lee from l'eunsylva
nia, that ha would proclaim freedom to the
slave. Applause. Lee was driven from
Pennsylvania. Mr. Lincoln said to me:
"I wish he had been driven further, but I
have got to do it, and I will issue the pro
clamation." Applause. And the pro
clamation was issued, bow cautiously guard
ed, you know, at tirst; but the ninety or
hundred days rolled ou, and the 1st of Jan
uary came, and the proclamation made a
great lactin American history. Every hu
man being throughout tho length and
breadth ol this land received from the Amer
ican nation, through its honored htal, a
pledge that they should be maiutaintd in
their freedom. And now this proclamation
has been consummated as part of tbe Ameri
can Constitution, as psrt of the American
system. But there is more work lobe done,
blaves to be emancipated are but half meu.
They must be educuled. They must have
tbe Gospel preached to them, and we have
missionaries going abroad through the
length and breadth of the land, preaching
lo them; and everywhere noble women aud
uoble men are concentrating their euergies
to work to their interests. But this is nut
all that is necesssry. The lailh that has
been pledged to them by the nation, thai
they shall be maintained in freedom, must
be redeemed; and to-day we have tbe intel
ligence that tha Congress of the United
Siates, representing the heartfelt sentiments
and the fixed resolves of the w hole Ameri
can loyal people, have declared that these
emancipated slaves shall be rig ual in civil
rights with all other men. Applause.
A step further, and many steps further are
necessary, tor it is a long wi.rk, which is to
raises whole people; aud one of these steps
is, that they to whom you have given free
dom must be permitted to defend it by the
ballot. Feeble applause. Aud ppcuking
here, between the two centuries, 1 should
be unfaithful to my own convictions if I re
frained from uttering that word before you.
Then let us look forward. This work is all
to be done. Civil rights are to be secured;
fraternity is to be established; we are to
feel that every man that wears the luingo of
God is entitled to all the rights which God
has given his people. Everyihiu; is lo be
left there for the operation of those nntiirul
laws by which men raitc themselves in so
ciety, each selecting those whom he prefers
for his associates, aud do man dreaming that
any other man has less right to life, liberty,
aud the pursuitof happiness, and the ueaus
by which lite, liberty, aud the pursuit of
happiness are guaranteed and defended
than he has himself. And now, my Iriends,
so much for what the influences of the
church have dons thus far. A hundred
years to come when we look back anj
see what God bath wrought, when we look
back and see what he has accomplished
through all these latter days, through all
this work and disfranchisement what can
we think of the hundred years to come?
Who can tell hit this nation is to become,
if it is only faithful to itself? Who can
measuie the work this church has put forth
in making this nation true to itse.lt aud true
tails God If I verily believe that, but for
this charch, nothing of that which we have
thus far realized could bave beeu accom
plished. 1 verily believe that God, in his
providence, raised up this church. I do
not say he did not give jtppropriats action
to other churches, but I da verily believe
that God raised up this church for the pur
pose of leading this nation to these grand
result. And notf this church is calibra
ting her centenary, bhe ia calling upon
members of other denominstions, and I am
glad that others and their households are
ready to come forward, recognising what
she has done, sympathising with her, and
ready lo aid her in still greater measures of
usefulness. This church is preparing, thus
aided, to take her placr Dot to take her
place as she has taken it, but to ketp her
place, sod to mora lorv ard iu the yau of
Christianity and mol regeneration. And
thru I shall not undertake to port:nry the
lulure as it risei dimly before me, aud i sea
the great multitudes now filling the land
becoming doubled and oaadrupled, and 1
see such churehes as thtee. rising all over,
and vessels propelled by a. earn, bearing the
messengers of salvation to earth's remotest
corners, and te ej;raph wires girdling the
earth in every direction, and more nume
rous round the world thin ttey are to day
through N'ew York, so that every pu'satic.n
of every fcrart is respoaded to throuhiut
the world, and the church multiplied m her
oun.bfrt, panned in her faith, standing be
tween tbe world and Ood, bearing aloft the
standard of regeneration and salvation.
The powers of iauguags fs.l, the po-ers of
onception fail ; no man iiim whit lbs
CSCtury shall trlug forth. It is in the
ban iiof tiod. Ha who bat wrought thus
far will work still. Only ba it cur pail,
however humble, to dJ s. ethmg while we
yfl live that ibeae glorious. h..rj may be
realized for thoje who are to come aiier us.
Ctisaarsf axd Ht Veto The .Senate
of the United States consults properly
of aeyenty-two members. The House)
of Representatives of two hundred aad
thirty-seven, when every State is repre
sented, tif these it takes one hundred
and nineteen to be a majority. Ja the
Senate, thirty se? en U a majority. to
the question of oyerruling the veto, but
thirty three Senators votod aye. with
one hundred and twenty-two liepre
sentativea. There was therefore iees
thaa a majority of the aenate for the
bill, and only a bare majority of the
House. As the Constitution, in such
oaaes.requires two-thirds in each branch,
it will be aeen how small a cauae the
Redioaia hava for rejoioiug. It is not
the Congress of tbe United btatea which
overrule the 1'reeidenL but only a
JUtnp fragment ot it.
A Republican View of the; Civil
From tha N. T. Evening Post, April ibvb-
Thia act, which ia to-day the law of
tbe una, secures to every person in the
country the right to make and entoroe
contracts, to sue, to be sued, be parties
and give evidence, to inherit, purchase,
lease, sell, hold and convey real and
personal property; it guarantees to all
alike the full and equal benefit of all
laws and proceedings for the sey-nrity of
person and property; and it subjects all
aafee to the same punishments. I urth
er, it subjects any one to a penalty of
tine and imprisonment who for any
cause deprive any person of any of
these equal rights.
The enforcement of this important
law is entrusted to tha United States
District Courts, either separately, or
concurrently with the United State
Circuit Courts; to one of whkh any
one iDreaieneu witn such wrone as
thia law seeks to prevent, may remove
tiis causa in practice the Court will
first decide, We suppose, in such a case.
wnetner mere is reason for tbe appeal.
it is lurtner made the duty ot the
Circuit Courts of the-United States to
appoint from time to time additional
commissioners, who are officers before
whom persons charged with violating
this law are to be brought for examin
ation. The commissioner may discharge
from arrest, or ne may commit for trial
Marshals and deputy marshals are also
obliged to execute all warrants and
precepts issued under the provisions of
tuis act, and they may be fined for re
missnesa in duty, lhe commissioners
may appoint persons to execute their
warrants, and these are authorized, if
necessary, to call upon the bystanders
and even upon the military and naval
forces for helD """""J uu uavat
V ' fr . .
"wui Ol IUO tJ.UCeirt rraarAii nv inn
. , j -
iaw receive salaries; bat only fees ior
mo services iney are. calleu upon to I Dennis, were arretted on suspicion ol hav
perform. The-.- as vll aa tha mar- 1D8 ben concerned in the robbery peroe-
scais ana other muted Statea officers,
are compelled to act if called upon,
and to resist them is ''nade an otience
punishable by fine and imprisonment,
The President is i-thorized but not
obliged by the a4, if he thlnka it
necessary or advisolo, to direct the
juage, inarsL. c i attorney of any
United States La..jr)ct Court to attend
at a particular place within the district,
for the more speedy arrest and trial of
olfenders; and the President ia also au
thorized but not obliged to employ
the military forces for the vindication
of the law.
It will be seen that the President has
very little to do with the execution of
the Civil Rights act; he appoints the
circuit and district judges when the
places fall vacant; that ia all Those
copperhead journals, therefore, which
nave been for a week past urging him
to "defy Congress," and "refuse to exe
cute the Law if it should be passed over
nis veto, only suowea that they had
not read the bill, and that they were
opposing and denouncing a measure to
which they had not given the most
cursory examination. The President,
however, is not such a man as these
people take him to ba The Washing
ton correspondent of the Tribune tele
graphs, no doubt, correctly :
"lo-nieut the Democrats are nut nf
humor at everybody, and are cursine
the President lustily. charsKnit that he
jovwcti ius veto n ue
wouiu uave uoue properly, iney de-
clare that they are done with him
lhe President expresses himself as sat- I
Utied with the result, declarine that if
membera COnscientiouslv conairlpretl
that they ought to pass it, he would not
object, and would carry o::t ita provi
ssons so far aa they deptLtded upon
We have explained above the drv
details of the Civil Kights act, because
we think it important that they should
u i. ," i . i , , i
be generally understood 1 hose who
believe With US that neither peace nor
prosperity Can bo permanent or solid,
unlets all men are assured of equal
protection before the law, will thank
the manly mnjority in Congress; which
has stood firm, and has given so just
and necessary a law to the land. JNow
that the law is passed, we may rejoice
over the President's proclamation of
pesce, his restoration of the civil law,
na withdrawal of military govern
ment e have gained the treat start
ing point, from which the social prob
lem which distracts the Southern States
may be eafely left to work itaelf out,
without interference by the general
goverrment. If all men are equal be-
lore the law, if all are amenable to
ike puriibhtnents, and are assured the
sine rivets, we shall need no eleemo
ynary bureaus, no government chari
rvs, but can leave every man to "hoe
his own row," to use a common phrase.
If by reason of the extraordinary
circumstances of the South there is suf
fering there which the benevolent in
that section cannot relieve, there is
money and good will in the North to
help; if there is icnorance there which
ought to be extirpated, Northf ra pri
vate benevolence will help in this good
work; in short, whatever remains to be
done, novr that eiiual rights are secured
Ly an effective law, is not for the Presi
dent, or for Congress, or for government
in any shape to do, but for the people,
in their private cajaoity, for voluntary
associations, churches and other organ
isations. We do cot fear that these
will fail, and we hail the naa&iieof the
Civil Rights act. therefore, aa the be
ginning of true reconstruction.
Gen. Leeeett cives. in the Zanesville
Courier, the following anecdotes of the
inability ol Lien. Uiterhaus to speak the
English language correctly:
'The General's not learninz to sreak
English reminds us of one or two inci
dents in his military career. Onemorn-
cg while confronting the enemr at
Kenesaw Mountain, .they made an at
tack on Osterhaus' command. lie was
at breakfast, when an orderly dashed
" treneral, tbe rebs are advancing
" "bhust wait, aaid he, 'till 1 gita mine
coffee ; I makes him hell smell.'
"After drinking his coffee he hurried
to the front, and, if he didn't literally
fuUt.l his promise, he quickly repelled
the atuck, and made the enemy glad
to regain the shelter of their works.
The boys ever afterwards knew him
as 'hell smell'
On another occasion, a number of
General officers were rallying him about
his being a German, taking occasion to
tell him, among other tbinja, that Sigel
was the only German oiiicer of any
account in our army.
-Mgei Mgel r said he, irately, "vy,
can A. -i him mil yon band.' "
A Caxamas WiAro of Defesck.
The Hamilton (C. W.) Time says that
ijao of the home guard in that city re
portfsl himnelf at headquarters during
the late Fenian excitement, armed
with a lludgeon about two feet Ions,
nul about three inches in dianae
ter at one end, tapering gradually down
to tbe other, untd it was small enough
tj grasp with ease. The heavy end
was furnished with six rows of iron
spikes, projecting about one and a baif
inches, -and live in a row, about one
inch apart. Thefleft-hand coat pocket
of the owner of thia formidable weapon
was filled with a mixture of Cayenne
pepper and salt, in equal proportiona
the uB of which will be better explain
ed by bis own answer to the question,
when addressed by the Captain of the
guard. Presenting this huge bludgeon
bt-fote the astonished eyea of his o:u
cer, while his left hand dived into hi
capacious coat J -octet and brought up
a handful of the rail la ra, be said:
"When 1 ureu a Fmnigao, fust dia
pepper, den dis comb.'
The tributaries to the Miaaiaaippi arc
all flooded to a great height, and meet
damage to property is re port 4 m Lha
interior of iUinoia,,- i - ' .
By Telegraph, r .
i -or. . X VLiL
The Car-DrlYerV Strike.
Arrest of EoIbers.
If iw Yor, April 13. The strike enn Uti
les on the city railroads. The drivers of
lmost every line in tha city are now in it,
those who have not as yet struck threaten
to do io at any moment. The inconveni
ence to tbe public is immense. No com
promise has as yat been e rise ted with tbe
men by the I'irectors, and as the latter are
determined tu bold out it n hard to tell bow
tha matter will end. Throughout the men
bave acted in a quiet and peaceable manner.
and no attempt whatever at a disturbance
has beea made. A Largs number of the
people liviag up town wee compelled lo
wait last evening and thia morning.
Gurrar Lamirauda. cashier ot the Poictsrs
brauch of the Back ot t ranee, was arrested
in this ciiy on Monday lost, ou a charge of
nnvm? robbed that institution of about
null. He is now confined in jail, and
application will be made before the United
States Comniiasioiier on Saturday next for
tin return under tna extrad.tion treaty.
Tbe jury in the case of the Artie insu
rance Company- against the Albany Canal
low-boat Line, which was a suit to recover
the value ol a cargo of corn destroyed by a
collision on the Hudson river between boats
r '"'Janfs, yesterday brought in a
j, lor the pla,ulliv ,or $i(UU()( tn. full
amount claimed. l he plaiutitls are
Ar u-l.li. I . I . . . v i ,i
i Diguoes vi line, mull i vu., DULttlo,
Yesterday two men, named Clark and
trated on the night of the 23d ult., at the
resiuenee oi dona i Moore, in Aladison
Avenue, wnen $ li)U,oui in bonds and secu
rities were stolen. The officers suoceeded
in recovering $ts,4itl in bonds, identified
as belonging to Mr. Moore, which have
been seen iu me possession of the prison
ers, xiiey were commuted.
One of the robbers of the Greenwich
street warehouse, named James Kits John,
has been arrested and $l,7uu worth of silks
'rw Yost:, April 13. Advices from Mexi
co slate that the imperialists were defeated
in Coabuina March 1st. losine one hun
dred and lorty killed. There had beeu
other fights of a desultory character in tbe
Maximilian's ortran states that about one
nunureu Americans invaded bonora, osten
sibly in pursuitof Indians, but nothing posi
tive is known oi their intentions. The
rreuch who occupied Chihuahua hare re
lumed from an expedition with over 1th)
sick. Tbey brought as prisoners Senors
Cosavanteh and Mauuel 1'ueiz Juarez, ex-
Another trench command retjrned tn
Cbilfiahiia with aixleeu prisoners, after
having shot three of the enemy's leaders,
including oue named Mender. Gen. t'astogy
ordered to leave Chihuahuu but lue
order bad been couutermauded.
The Liberal General Ragaefes was sur
prised and defeated in the State of Morrlia.
Nsw Yok, April 1.1. The Herald's To
ronto special contains the following : Mur
phy and his associiiies are kept hsud-tutled
and strongly guarded. Some of our citi-
zeus dTOCH'e lynching them. The hostility
f8a't tne pr...,uers ,. mter.se. 'J he At-
permit nobody but officers of the law and
the couusel to see the prisouers.
On the uiirht of the arrest the wildest ex
'itemont prevailed in Cornwall, and when
lae bu8l" sounded the call to arms lha vol-
u.Bte"' ran lathe rendezvous, loading as
they went. They double-quicked to the
statiou, followed by an excited populace.
Ou arriving there, reports were circulated
that two companies of the 47th regiment
had revolted and taken possession of tha
,own 'u urder to cut their way to I'ortiand.
Another report stated that the Fehiaus had
"T1 at uS(lenl'urS !'"J1 lra".
anu were auvaucmg ou Cornwall oy Bteam.
Xnree companies surrounded the train as a
ausrd. and Murohv and HArtv surrendered
without resistance. Much indignation ia
Iel' that Ex-Attorney lienerai Mesnald
should defend them. Two companies of in
ibuh nuu imuvi 01 eiiiuuTj- una ueeu
ordered to Cornwall, to prevent any attempt
Mr. Speedy (not Bhea,) the Secretarv of
tbe Hibernian Society, was arraigned at the
police court yesterday momms-, but no orti
cer from Cornwall having demanded him
he was discbarred ou the original charge.
and held in information of detective spen
cer, charging him with conspiring with
Murphy and other traitors to invade the
peace of the resltu. The examination is to
take place on (Saturday. An excited crowd
of sympathizers has swarmed about the po
lice court an day. speedy is comment ot
being acquitted. The stipendiary magis
trate of this district has beeu ordered by the
Government to conduct his trial. The au
thorities here are on the alert, but the Fe
nians have taken warning and are putting
evidence out of the way as lust as possible.
Utluwa dispatches ol last cveuicg an
nounce thai lhe Government has received
information to the etlecl that several emu
ps lies of Fenians have left Chicago, osten
sibly for Ugdeusburg,
The next luc-dini: of tho Executive Coun
cil at O'.tjwa will uke plsce next Wedues-
day, when the day for the nssembliug of
1'arliaiiienl will be fixed. The delay so fur
is understood to have teen in couscuuenca
of awaiting the action of' the lower nrov-
iiicrs iu me luuuer oi con Ietldration ,
The domly heads of the several depart
ments at Ottawa have met toorcanixe a civil
orvice battalion, airreeable tj recent ordors
in Council. .
A strict watch on Fenian movements is
kept on u!i the main liues of communication
in the provinces.
bpeedy, tbe renisn Secretary, hss been
sent to Cornwsll as a witness against the
other, prisoners. It is said that all Fenian
dooumeuts here have been destroyed.
FaiLADtLraia, April 13. A man wss ar
rested at the corner of 23d and Market
street this morning, who confesses to bav
ing committed tha murder of the lleering
family. He states that he was assisted by
a companion, wha be has described min
utely to the authorities. Besrch is being
made far the accomplice. Tho prisouer is
now in the central police station.
Ci.svit.asn, Ohio, April 13 Navigation
opened to Dunkirk. The, Erie Uailway
Steamboat Coiupauy's steamer Ocean ar
rived here from bunkirk this morning. All
the ateamors of this line will now run regu
larly for this season.
Xiw Yetc, April 13 The death of lion.
Daniel 8. liickiunon is announced to-day.
N'aw YofcE, April 13. The World a Wash
ington special says : The Reconstruction
Committee are said to have nearly com
pleted a plan for ths reconstruction of the
Southern Slates. It is in the shape of a
constitutional amendment in regard to
Representatives, and is believed to be satis
factory to both wings of the party, and they
expect to get a two third vote on it in both
The Herald's Washington special says the
President is reported tu have declared lo
Judge I'ea'uody, counsel for T. C. A. Iextr,
late Treasury A;ent at Mobile, who was
otmvicted of mslh aaance in office, that his
late proclamation was simply a declaration
of hia policy and did not terminate martial
law in the late insurrectionary Rtatea.
It is intimated that the 'President has
commenced U remove soma of the Penn
sylvania olii,-e-hoiders. Kx-Governor John
son, it is sail bus teen app nied Collector
of Internal P.eveu.ie at P.itshurh.
Ktw Toes. April U.Ths World says
tae Union f?iiare Fcninr.s received a .s
patches from B. LV.reau Killian, report. rg
tba complete suece of his exfd:tir.n. Tba
same paper asserts that negotiations are ia
progress for the I'nmn of the two sections of
tha Brotherhood, for the purpose of an no
mad. ate a f ae ma n on all K'itiih iiorth.
The Tribune s l.aie.gh errepondeBce
ssvs the ie trial w.il probablv be diseon-
t.nuei at ones under lha President's procla-
Coli opened tt 117 and el ded atl?' -2
Cotton quiet and Mealy at 3V-.
r.fLtRiibi e M;s Ann R. Adams,
a maiden lady of lMnviiie, in the Cnb.
year of her ag, informs the Time that
she is now cutcg wth for tbe fourth
time of her l.fd. The same lady had a
protracted fever; last summer, that caus
ed the lot of tbe hs.it of her head,
which at that time was almost as white
as cotton, and sicca then her hair has
ccnte forth again, and ia now quite
ilark. I.yneht,xrv ( la ) Rrpvblica.
There U a negro ia Philadelphia
whose feet tastfurs twenty-one inches
ia length. It is supposed they w.U be
usti ae the next KiiCal r latfora.
HARDWARE, CUTLERY, GUNS,
Kirk-man .f JZfis'
MOORES & CO.
IMPORTERS AND DCALEI3 IS
Harness Skirtings, and Bridle Leather,
R0LRS4LS MlMTfACTrKriUI or
Safe, Harness, Collars, k,
NO. S9 MAIN STKEET,
B. B. MOORES,
Empire Spring Water,
Congress Spring Water.
lian Spring Water.
NO nmtnnd or artifi -tal compound ba. yet been
disroTered or inanutecti red that eouals thee
waters asa preventative, relief end DemiMsent mire.
for rosuy temporary aad chrc.n c dieae, as prov
ed by the experience of many liioc-.uu-i wt have
drauk Ihem lor yeais. a:ih tbe iin.fl la-neiicial af
I a cathartic, alternative and men-, and u1n valua
ble remedy for srttiiona f the Liver aad Kioneys,
Lyspeps a, (.out, i lirooic CouahpauuB and t iiiaue.
ous disea-ea. Isa most lowertul preventive ol Ilie
rev-rs and IWiloua Coiupaiuis, so prevalent ia
EMPIRE TV A T E I.
Is a cat!irtK aiui TiduabU Tmdr for hh.nr.t-
tiMn, lrMr.tiuifut of Ih Lrivtsr, l'lsMr-. W lhe
bkm, avDd iwrifrni lhfUlity. Hi rlterM m motst
usitiiarT 10 l.uuii J 'trie!. U ihia i.,,.hi ,....
rure for Ho.ultt, aoU the mo uri'THr-, torniH ot
'1P6 ) Aft . iirvTeotife tmd t-tiif b.r ill Kumiia
I. tt tonic ftnd dinret'.o of h ghly NDT-ritl chart.
tor. UtU tt K tKMltlsj rnm.,i fur IhatHSLM .4reial
Caieu.jw, IriiUliOD and UrUtEHlion of th Kidoovv
ud bi wader, ana fcat n.ot wuttiHrly -tiv rrWir.
in reatortUft, .he orftu. wtivu (-(., hy lou
diHeaH. teipnlesfl who havnHCtlf red lor int from
irrt(Uiahtyt aai th dibirrire( a..a?vAi knova
only to lhnr ws, hava ln-t-u n.trly rra1 bi la
faithful atd ,uduiou us of Coin nib mi W vt.r
The valors tut bout.! (iero aud pur, fro in
each of the above l.moiM Hunui-, in o trfiul m.ul
ftecura a rjiftiinr thai tjy prmttirve ail ti.Mr rn.
die teal value for ?', ud will be fuosi mii.b.iiv
tii-3afMou when drank liiouMAuda of iiiiit. Ji-tij.Qt,
tu wtif n tstkaa dtrwtly iroui the ftitiDx-
Bsware'of ImiUiums and Infcrkr Waters.
The corkfi of nil veauiiM VnirreWi. FrrtDir anti
CoiumKaa Wat-i hrw braDdd tu th stdof thr
1 f F.anss With, 1
J (OA t. s. to. i
t. a a. m. Lo.
I CaLrasuN YVtvca, I
, C. A a. 8. tio.
F serai safely and wurtly. in toies aintaMe for
shipment lo any part of tie won 1. I 'onit'eae aud
Kmpire Waters in boxes, ronuinintf 4 Ixiten Pima.
or -i lKit-n tiiarl homes escb. Columbian Water
In boxes coo i a nmg 4, or 11 lAizon ha if Kills, ui 4
fozrn ftut boll as each.
Sold by all Druggists, Hotels. Wine
Merchants and Crat class Grocers.
Fold only at Wholesale bj
2 IIKKKMAN MT N. "V't
Orders by mtil receive prompt atien irn.
4S dozen of the above lor nale
Kline !t Sherman, Maosouic T
FIRST H&TIQHiL O&iiK,
Financial Aa;entof United States.
Capital Stock paid la .'- - $ro,ooo
Surplus or t onllngent Fund - .".O.OOO
T)KCEIVE't Iirpoitsand mskes Collections on
.1!, ail acceestUe poiuta in tha LniUei rvatea.
Gold, Silver, and I ncurrent .Money,
Bought and Sold.
Hoairi H. Eaastioa, I ( Mts. R P.aaosi,
A. f-t. 8aNrao, I .i.a. li. Oudim,
M. Diasr, Flar L. Joaaa.
Jim ii OCOK.V, Caahier.
A. U. BAFOKD. President.
B. J. J AMIsOX, A at. Cashier,
HURT Ss CO,
Vf holeult and R.tiil Dealers In
HAVK ON BAND KuR SILE, AT RallJCEIi
riaster f Parl,
Lath SaihaoJ Hair,
l ire Brkk and Clay,
Wtittf naih Brnsbea,
And other mater jJs requ.,,ta for tuiidxa; purpo
sea. tmer,l ft 7' a.nale barrel ; ft Vi for Si a haneis
r era-era will find d lo their ir. ureet to g va na a
call for Land Piaster lo sis 1,1 i lover atid otner
brain and Prase it doubles tha y-el I.
OOW No. S SOUTH COLLI . E 8TRE FT, sear
Chun n. apr& Jid
Type Foundry aaJ Pnatff"! Emporinm,
HAGAR & CO.,
ao. S. aou stexxt, aiw-voaa.
TH I? r-ld aaUh abao Fooadry hav-af; larre aa-eortim-Blof
Hook, ew. taper, J. aad ifraa
Boeatai 'lyoe, lr.a preeneaora are prrpajnl w in
ampiaSariiitiea la prooiatiy aiarota all orders lor
sarae, aavs enatisa tnawr.a.a uf asery dawcrpiMw,
i c4 all MaoatM-ase
TH a r i-. evri M ui, ea-aw of lha SVia.rs
sad atraaa, Ui, .
euraa a I'.-t. a. t ji lario.. ca ,
. BSilir) a fW,
avowaj a6 ail XI lwa swet.
y.tsin iLLi:. n:.
E, H. LEWIS & COJShjces.
Tornfr rhurrhand JMfmorf St reft,
Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals
Window Glass. Putly,
Finest Bran Js Gears and Totarco
Wines and Liquors,
Verv.fine tor Medicinal Purpose.
TE warrant all lhe shove articles to te Fresh
and Pure, and a ll ha sold at the lowest
wisrket rates. We inila the attni:..D ot otir ol I
euiioinera and the puMic, and reipie.t call and
an exaniinabca of our mUm-A and prices tlora uia
king their purchitsea.
Tha Prercript on. IVparlment will I under the
Sliecial control of a iborutmri t'hemist. and ae a at.
run ail pii-arnpiioas en'.rnied to us w.U he ac.-u-nueiy
umnipaiatad, at all hours day or uixhu
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Cor. t harch & Summer Strttt.
TICKETS OX SALE
For ail princip! pDiuts, vi.t
and Chattanooga. Hmlrad.
To all priaciptl puuiU North and
North-Weet vist Naauvillci and North
Wsteru Kailniii.t lo Johiiiouville,
Cairo audSL l)u,,
At Cairo for Chicago aud all interme
iliittn Stations ;
At St Louis with liannibal and St. Jo,
North Missouri and Pacific kail
Koads lor all points North
Tra na lsava ( htuooa d(ot ai 7 m a.m. aad
I o p in. fcr ChatiaaooAa ud ikidl tSouih.
NaphviIlM and Nortfi- wifni uan- lnr at T to
a.m. and 4.- p m for t sum, IjOUi aad hioatK" ;
COUUri.n( t JOhtlmjOliliaj W.tli
First CIas3 Steamers,
Wllr th JTHt-.t POtTan anOM hll IW BVAd
ljr iin trHiiss r of pattMjiArt-r and I
No dsynt'o t -MiriiiiMiuvi iA. 'Iht-tw will aTwHva
tt a b I KiT I LA-iM Hi h.A M r.K m rt-.iiu--.n d tn
ftrrifnltaf e-rv-i. trio.
.oin.tituf ciiH tfft at thm rti'a io ptvr in-a-n
will i promr-tiy a'tsjof.d u
a4rt-axtis. Will U ci.M for ia nf prt of Hie
H. C. JACKSON,
Read! Reflect!! Act!!!
TAKRANT A Co.:
Gentlemen 1 am a resident of Ciirarna, and have
tsen disposed to wnle u you rofn-rniua: tne real
Vaiueof your bKLTZ&K AHKKlK.M as a remedy
or lu.l.Ki-'llon and L'ypep.ia. I dnmre to eiir
lo you my sincere urautinJi lor the Kreat heueat the
b.u'l Ze.H has dona my wifn.
Kor four or Sv yeri uiy wife haa be.,n sa-l'y
affiuntd with Liyspep. a, ud ai.er hem umler ma
treatment of several lM-tors lor two or Hires years,
she was finally mdi'-d lo aeea the a lvli-e ol a
learned Physician, Lon-ior lalnalia, of Veuerne a,
who immedia aiy treie. her witn, your aKKK-VK-ttaftT
bKLIZtK AHEKiKNT. sre b.u u.
Improve at once, and is now Ffcttr KOI IV W a I.I,.
f leel it to be my duty lor Uaa ood ot humaa,iy u
maae this staiemani, Ii-siiok tlia. a maetictueso val
uai.ie sho-ald ha widely known.
I initios, you will ki va this puUicity, and rapaat
ins; my earnest icral.iu le and mans.
1 am very respei:tfiiiiy your.,
b. li. C. HK.VRrqtJER,
aw Tork, .'una 2S, W.r -uaot, tiiiacao, d.A.
Uia auaWing int. 1 mo ib our Ian 1 to ra thia
ruvly a in., convnd thai hj tim tin' if ,mm
Many may be- rtivwvd, inaay ror-d c( ly-ppi,
liiartturii, hour Momrh, vk iitdJM-L.e, Uizu
ta. Jn h((t-ut-u, rtl.-t, miivmi, h hona Au
taj-kH. Livwr Cooifiiaur-. Hh nnbi' AiTtiooa,; Ar.
Kmti Iho fampbit't 4 I ewutiH . w in . ti oot
11. and tio tvot Ust Ihm oiaxiy tn asuiaiat tti a-ivim
oi your sPDyaKifeva.
Vaauaemra-l oo!f by T4RK,V5T A 0O U7
far--n wiclj. atnM, iSitw for a.
aw for wa b? ai f rrTdV,fjnjsaA, my4 Iy
Third National Bank
I W. W. Berrr,
! John Kirkman.
Clas. . H.llman,
A. J. Lhincan,
lan l V. Carter.
Joseph W, Allen
rTaiH Bank Ida opened ia Uia buii Jiaa: laiaiye.
A cupiod Ly uia
Ccraar of l aioa and loilej-e suaata, to traaaacl a
Eackin?, tieltsnge and Co'Ifftlas Enxineo.
Fey aal sail all aiada of te-varameal Itararnea
Aut lor tna eaia of lla IS at as- 7, a J
v. W. BXKKT. JtlAB JOMW,
Dissolution of Copartnership
ryr Copartnership hw,. kaowa ita fer tha
J. araa saa style of lil i,tis:a a bALlrt.nw
P.-wjrraotera, u ir.utu.y d -aoivad from iti.s
"s ' Bufjea renro from tne nu-rri T
K eavlavnaa aaaomtBA sod ;i.,t,i.iaiui ail rtM.i of
lue lata arTn. JhUjiiAa A BA1 I.IMi.V.
February 17th, ISatit
In retinas; frows tfas anoaw flrm, I tdev my
fratefm w-s a-iwa-itfriv-vle to wiy o,.l fr'-T 1 to, ilM
tmni patroosi aa-rs baa i a :-r. :u. u
sod ITMlut tiiev will e.art wile to do tha ane lo
anv Hroiat. Mr. sadLaanae. leaoisa exwa.1 that
s.1 wm easy aval dispose J w
r srti.n t3
1'aoTo.aaras. I'hoU i-. ,. . ,
' Federal and Confederals? IV l,00
lection in th. -J?fc th " '
retail. k-.i. ' , " "b"'Kia uj
amha. ih. .
ArrrsTios IsisHast .'-thecas oa th. fl
Ster Banking Co.. Be "-aat 1-1 i
of .1 to a is f lr nd, in aaiua
her . t5n I I "r " S. t'rdw.y.
The BriAal t aaw.air'!.","' tt
la-uui-oo. h.r K.un Meu."', t .V
ham. treatment ir i..,. , vCTZt
besual tyem-eiu ttt, m T
Adur., L.,. J. hall.l.iN livH ..nlvi H .,Tl
A-aa-laooa. Phila.ta.prij. Pa. 't,Z
Tua,rtleb:at.tTallata.. . ,u b uait.nl
demand, is mn.la from lhe rhulceai maien.n ia
anj eieoiienl in its nairr.
araaiea, and extremely beaeS.tal
upon lhe sk a. For aie ty a.
Fancy troods I'ealera.
; st. au 1
Batcbrior's lidlr Dje!
The Original and Hot , tK. World
The only true and perteet U.r ba.-in-lese,
1. enable an. 1 li.ii.;.iane. i ,.' lrc J ucea
mmediately a spiend.d hla. a or natural
Brown, without itijunng the ts.r ors.iu.
Kemed.ee the ill eti.vu ol tad Jve,.
ty an I'rtiiists. ice ier.jite
.s s gae-l
W ilham A. tiatch.'lor. Also
UtatOTxnj and 11, tut: i; :k nuir
Go to Bryant, Strait., u A t
Business College l r a th.-r.
iu BiHik-Keepm?, Ieiiin:,.
cial Law, fouiim-rc al i ... ,
ueisbip, betilem'titH, Ac.
, .Niiw ioas.
i t L'U tuer -"Hi,
Mend lor l-ollege pap
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A lt.lwloMlcal lew
l.ae I .alaa
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t'ootala.iia Beaxiy J o pae-, au t
au-.l Auaiav sa" ol t!'e Ai.au ir. I
aua in aatal.- ol Ba.tli aM.l i
b v no Aaii, r.o-ni. i. l.i .1
upoa lhe Miud aii.l h.iav. WlIi it. a
ol 'Irealuvot li e on., ra: . n
moiteol cute, aa ii( wu I v i ' o ,-rt
lrvaleJ. A irii.Min -..iv-.-r io tii
tlioe coulm n.l li. man mm ruicriati utcl.
ol llieir plivaii-Al i-otl tiLoti 01 :i .i .U,' Ui
any a.1 ireaa, oa r i'l .'I i-lll., .It i,
I.-ihI .-urn-D. y, ov aii-Ii--: l'i l.aiKvl.w
Jl Mai.l.-u laui, ail!!), . V
'I tie author mat vm .-.ux'.lla.l li,.. ii any ! Ilia
im llfaill alia h hi. Ia
I V until, auU Di. li.-i
II t l . A I. k I M '
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to the old h mr
forot tho i.iidn n
be prepared to i
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Irrltslluet f te ! Vrti.usii I hr ja
A ttit-iiait r au lururatlei .,ti; D '-.
l-t 1 t l IHI Ji I .. 1. I 1' .
Brown's Bronchial Trochus
4Vtaii a iriaaT tsrit c. a u Tata rtrw, aire
t Lit At All IH.
tfv llrarhUlav A t , 4 aianh, i uuum-
lltt UK si I broatl lt
rao au an t -n (th .titu - rii.
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Rill find Troche, u:.,! m -ti r. tr wi n
taikt-a, txjlura MtiKllX or W v. I i- t- i,
throttt ata-r aa uauual rit, n : i . .r a,
tiit 'I rt.-K"4 ar rH.'.-tnTii. n !- I ;i ,1 j j t . i . t y
i'hyiwfiau, aod tmv- h- ( t ; ;i, .(. ,!h r,- .hi : -Bttut
mea trinu)L;h'.'Ut th iw-t.ui' v. oi a-i i-t
Ci0 Of trut iiieru, and t' .!; i - r riV
by a lsit of in m. y ) sitr, h iii !nii t! m n
J itfyfmi tos-ai. tM in ;tr ,..uo j av, i, .r d,
th Trus'lH-a are uuirMU ) ytt9 .. . J l- r.. r thoa
uthr aru- lta.
ifcu ouiy '.' ' v Ht. ii u. 4 "h( ' tul
d iu)t tatka any uf tt, Vv -i : . m ' ,i . f.s.t
may L odHrtNl.
held avry wliert in t f i I n i ,( ,Q if.,-.'
iko r'-u-lriatf, at .ef l t-i,i, i,. i
A Wit a raoM i- tv-. -
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you lllHl tmvse j a-1 v-.i.r M
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tf e- ii i,i
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pnr-tt ittiou il it.y yt,in rtn
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n?ar auotiod V u'ktlrtirK, h i- r-n m ..
lirmiH w Afiny I liiuli'a t- -i, .;., r a
(ft arQ. 1 i-t.flf. .e-llt'V few' II I III - !l t ' - t , t
mjus who HHed u uiiitt. ; r - . ti.t.
Aai u. t. ' y ' vimm-t u,o.
IsOt ietviLi r, I.t , -tit. I-. i.
On th -"J of Ji; y i.-t, 1 . .' . ;s- i tt.ru' -
aKDtf miD, to Hit Mia. i ni I r.-r of ft T't
patrtiiir-nt ol !(ia A iisjJoi u. CX'ti i-r.iiid, a ui
rt)(j( my IVdrtiu bit(T4, r !M'i,on, tuil t
guertwHi f, arUtr T", 't '"int nifiu-r .ui, t
lMty-U'n M'l i'i'riii i ii4 u -r.' nr . i mm.
I lol.tmillaf m lfie Mt:J' "t L ' T UtT r' f , ' 1
aletO tee-U. K'wSH rrann' pa-rtf.,.- ) Ut a.'jip iufetaa
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I am amtfiaasj tht t.ir'.a H
harru Ui aoy otw ii Ucn -r par y
U1U. I DO Vf (S-' tHin l-' J T
Wd tO (ltatpUtW Ct it IO Ut 'ral
ti riii A 1 a' autT'.w,
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HKAiH,raTrai 'iratAT .t r
lSriMVii.L. fsta ,
Iff. John liuli'a afnt Mr -
r 'Vvhui iid,
in r.r i-y d,r,a.n(
I ( t'.ivl IQ llr.
tO whip Ui NaifiV.j!, It-iiQ . a"
of Hull a drou iUTtt lor
I tie rftfctula'tonat tt th 1'rci
v l'M-artntnt arw
to ra t-orii.tiwt.j w th mi;,- i y
by cooiuIbUmI . Sinf. -n KA"''afia.
V. a M Wti.ta,
M-i)'rand Pr'Vf-t vj usf' few-Men 1
For aa', ,., a au.'. r.i i f bKriKf, t It
MVILI.K AO' . -juvu', l-iiu.
Mtl7W aul iilll
A VINi .1 ial.rtv aa AJii. -traior oo tr.a m-
ftt J uu M iia-i. d thia la t r,
i all par-Mia fc mn c ni w,oa4 astirl vtam4. w
flia X:m wuft iia n tu a lr.a t ra-j-pr-a,i t r
law, ur itimw will ran tatrrwd, ata 1 Umm isaatAtai u
ct'tam (t'Twau iud Diava i'iisut.
Jii, Hi: HMITH. Adm
la CL&nttTT at M Mtiiny
FEHKl'AKT Kl'Ll-, !-
A. R. Iiarnmar, f-nip'a nan'.
va r . b.t t.. M il I aa 1.
MaHT M-ar iUum, -iwi-u iusi
I UaW ! itappaajriBr t lalafcf-j.
t.rs and y ir t uu : r.t ,- n .md
mtafu r'lMit of lit -tr I a-n ,
.:-ti la. t
, ao I rt
triea orii:uarv pnr-sna u ia r-.t.fi -t o a-w sevi of.o
tn.n It tf.-THi rw fr Inrr I tral piir . -a .-D i-li-A.
for 1-rUf aU.-re-'tAB.f Waa-t. tl tf. iV !
Lu.ou, a bwj'pftiAw-r puf i ! a tabv.a, Ta
aawna-w, r--(uir,u -a-id -1-f-o a-it :"ar ' i --f
tiM day r w:r jril Court. U- ba- l -i .MrX un
Vtue, oa t.n ita M'tviaf in d- H'. 1 f .
kawer O' danr to i-ooip o .', (f rT
W li haa laAstou I f it.iilmmmw , " tM,
har-firfaij.r . J. V. 'KKvjKi', . at.
laVxxa.. HfJ c. but, U -
IS Union Streets
WE HAVE prat rererVea aad sra i ow opecaj
a lasraan-l wall .,-ted p.
(KJITLalakA'd, LAMfcaf as Uii.I'RE.'vtl
of ail Simla, to wtia-a we reepectftiiiy eal! tha aueo-
lion o( our frau,e aad tl.e p'liai'-. altera., y tirpiaA
by astrtet tUMtios k Uiiums., an I ty stouerei
pneaa. Is Btent a soared t pairmaire
THulli'".,' a f ' I
twnela at I '"a
GInjsng, Featherj, Beeswax.
rw'HE h .heat markel pr.-a will pa.d. in .4
I or ra.ii. ai tne Itik rtu.rs " r. ."i,a i.a a
Co., fao. .Te Nortil Star aal sweet, I
Ti m, W.
Sir t..aci(, -an... . aod beaaaaa. aa
Biucli as aj.uuo oa. om'" eaU4.
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