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Confession and Death of an Arm
M. AL iorneroy, tiie ar.io editor o
the La Cross ,.; IK mocmt, gives
the follow in? death bed eccdo, vcbich
lie was called to vUit in Lid recent vibi
to Cbicnpo :
Tbe lie. Henry Clannard, an ex
army chaplain, who left oil' exound
mi; Lible ana recruiting lor liiefcavior.
and by endorsing the cipher and aLo
litioniitU became an army chaplain in
one of the Wisconsin regiments, panned
from life to a home beyond a Me68p
immortality, the other day, and thu
abutlled oil his mortal coil.
A physician bad called on him two
or thre times a day for a month, doc
toring him for an ague brought on
while stealing cotton i Atkant-ai whil
with Gen. Curtis Ua karniDg thi
the ex minisUr and ex-chaplain would
hardly live the night out, we called
with the physician.
In a little wooden looking room not
over twelve feet inuare, in an obbcure
boarding house in Chicago we 1cud
the invalid, ice room was bare ot
furniture except a poor bed, a little
dirty wabhsUDd, two wood bottom
chairs, an old trunk, a pine table, on
which was Fpread a newspaper on
which lay an ild biblo, a pair of old
nutJerp, tcme pill boxes and such
stuff. The dying man was propped uj
in bed, wLile a laitti lul negro woman
sat on the foot of the bed. As we en
tered. he ralli d a little and asked the
doctor who he had brought with him
On being told that it was " Brick
I'omeroy, he sank back, closed his eyes
rallied a little and said " lVrbaps it
id as well. 11c might as well know it
as any one."
And h? proceeded to make Lis dying
statement, which was in thfse words,
aii we Uok them down in our memo
randum book as the physician request
.My name is llenry ciannanL J am
forty-one years old. 1 am a AJetlioditt
minister at least 1 was ono. 1 whs
once happy and contented, and loved
Chribt, my Master, with all the zeal
Christian ever had. At last I grew cold
in religion, sellieh and envious of the
good fortunes of others. I wanted t
make money and have some fun: 1
had no particular education, to 1
thought I would be a Itepublican poli
tician. I began by preaching politics
from the iu j it, and praying for the
negro. It paid me in money, but I lct
influence at the 'J hrone of Grace. Dut
I did not care fcr that, if I could
only have influence with the Kepubii
can party. 1 forgot Christ and bees me
inU rented in the negro. I had iLilu-
ence with a fw members of my
church, aud tslked politics to them. 1
was paid by office seekers to influence
Christians. Sometimes I have made as
li i ! h as fifteen dollars at an election
for my influence with Christians.
At last I four d politics paid better
than religion, and I worked for the
chaplaincy of a regiment and got it.
Then I let religion go and went to war.
There I wrote letters home denouncing
Democrats as copperheads. And I stole
cotton, and silver ware, and pictures,
and books, and dresses for my wife
end sitters, and horses and muleg for
my brothers and a piano for the Gov
ernor who gave me my commission
and a gold watch for my captain, and a
lot of Lojpehold furniture to send to
my colonel. And I robbed the soldiers
of jelly and such stuiV sent dewn to
them to use whilo in hotp'tal, and I
bad my share of goAua stolen from
Bauitary fairs, and roaae lots of money,
riease give me a littlo pit C3 of that
pounded ice I''
The physician gavo it to him, when
he continued :
Tut I was not happy. I drank
whisky with the boys when away from
home, and indulged in some excesses
not worth mentioning, and laid up
quite a pile of money. And I wa taken
while out (dealing cotton from a planta
tion where a widow lady lived. I had
coaxed her negroes to run away, and
they are all dead now. When the war
was ended I camo home to Wisconsin,
and could not stay there. So I came
to Chicago. And I grew sick. And I
haTe g"t to dio I have called on
Christ I have prayed to God, but
somehow I cannot get relief for my
soul. Tho door of mercy seemed shut
against me, I forsook religion for poli
tics, and now Goi has forsaken me I
pray to my Saviour, but he don't her
me. 1 talk to this fnilhful negro wo
man bhesavs "yea, massa! ' and that
is all I can get out of her. I know I
can't live long. 1 feel that I am dying.
I feel certain that I am going to hell.
. rieaae give me a little piece more of
ice before I go. I want these things
written down, as a warning to others
who forget Chriet for politics. 1 feel
that th negro can't save that Christ
won't save me. 1 was unfaithful to my
religion and am forgotten. I was faith
ful to the negro, but ala?, the negro
can't help me where 1 want help he
can't eae my guilty souL I am going
to hell, and 1 know it 1 expect to
meet many persons there who forgot
teligion lor politics. 1 do tot expect
to see you again in this world or tLe
next, but I want this confusion print
ed. Flease give me a enii.ll
small piece of of of of ice ! '
And thus died the Rev. llenry Han
sard. In the Supreme Courtroom at Troviv
dence, lastjdonday, for the first tim
in this country, there was a juror, regu
larly drawn, regularly returned, regu
larly worn and empanneled, and regu
larly installed in a juror's aeat the
peer and equal of the white man yet
as dark complexioned, as deeply color
ed as any native born American of Af
rican descent ever was, or can be I
Daq. Voorhee publishes a card ia
the Terre Haute paper, positively le
clining renouination to Congrc-'s. Ha
consenu, however, to can?a.-4 the Dis
trict for the nominee.
1 fleet of K;t(lirtl linninnisms.
A t. i .--n.!- ".i.n;i!i5,r v;,'i ;'- r"H-
SHi.ni rl Uuuou -Mitinj to a lriena in
thit country, on tho "ifexican Ques
tion," under date of April 'Ulh, makes
the following siirnjfioant remark:
"Had the Southeru members been
admitted to Corgres iu December;
Lad the Union bt'.n fully restored last
yea?; and hd a general amnesty been
prc-cUiaied as ali Europe, and par
ticularly Frarjce, expected there i
would not, at this moment, have been
a single French Boldier in Mexico'
. Tbe concurrent testimony of all our
ad vffes from the other side of the At
lantic goes to show that the downfall
of the Confederacy was felt to be the
end of Louis Napoleons schemes in
Mexico Such would have been the
case, but lor tne astonisning, the un
expected phenomenon which Kdi
cal inadnes Eooa developed !
tbe phenomenon, that, altnoacn
the Confederacy ceased to be, the Union
was iiot r stored I iSo long as the
Southern numbers of Congress are de
nied admies;on so lone as the South,
notwithstanding her free concession of
all reasonable and unreasonable de
mands, is held at arm's length and de
nied her Constitutional rightu so long
will the French Etnperor lock upon us
as a divided, diecordantbelligerent peo
ple particularly so, when the Kadical
press and politicians, with one accord,
tell Lini every day that such is the fact;
and from this circumstance he draws
warrant and encouragement to go on
and do pretty much as Lo plearts in
Mexico, regardlebs of the Monroe Doc
trine regardless of the impotent
threats of a dominant faction, which
bends all its eflbrtH towards alienating, I
oppressing and enslaving the rest ol
tho nation. Manvhit Aryus.
Geh R E. Lie This distinguished
Southerner and military chief, we Ou-
derdand, is to be present at the June
L . 1 1,-1. .. ..
commencement, at t-iispei mil inm
fact will impart additional interest to
that usually itlractive occasion, espe
cially as it is expected that he will ad
dress the students. It is not only the
fact that Gen. Leo had in the army he
commanded in person many ci'i.en
Iron our Slate, which will attract a
Lost of people, and insure him a wel
come and enthusiastic rrct-piion, but
this will b so from the fact that he is
a ripe scholar. Besides, he has since
the surrendt-r at Appomattox Court
House steadily counseled the citizens
of the South to proceed with the work
of restoration; to revive their educa
tional interest?; to go to work either
with head or hand: and thus secure
social and pecuniary independence.
Lei mm come, men, ana give us an
opportunity to ruaniicst the respect we
bear him as well as benefit by his wise
counsels. JiaUiyfi 1 ngrcss.
Tee Civ.l Rights Bill The "VC"a?h
ington corregpondeDco of the Detroit
Free Press, Bpeaking of the Republican
party says :
"1 heir sin cocsista in following tho
OLD THAD. STETESS.
Who, it is known, told Bio chain, from
Ohio, ul the time the bill firbtcame into
the House, "J kru-w the bill is unc institu
tional, Lul dn it, don't you satf anything
lnese feuoics icon t nnd it cut! llmu.
Meveus, after this declaration voted
for the bill, and the less informed mem-
liers, blindly following the leadership
of this uiisorupulous and dishonen
zealot, voted for it also. They knew
that Meveus was infuriated utrainst the
P.esidf r,t and would i-eruple at nothing
that would insult and degrade him, but
fctill they followed his k-adership; and
hence their greater em.
Another Gigantic ".Jobbery.
S. fy I in: Rich lo ilie iu' inoRti Oa;e'.U.
Columbus, April '2'X
Tho National Eauli of Cadiz, Harri
son county, was rolb.-d last merit of
fj.tU.f.KKJ in money and Government
bondn. The rol 1-try was very ea.ily
accomplished. iho tmeves at lirst
proceeded to the residence of the
ChKhier, and by caging him and his
wife bo that no aluim could be given,
obtained possession cf the keys ot the
bank and safe. Ihe robbers, with
their plunder, have escaped.
Cotton :X the South. A distinguish
ed Admiral of the United States navy
in recommending the pardon of au
eminent cotion merchant of Louisiana,
ssy: financial writers now candidly
admit that the stiingency of blockade
for wh;ch the navy is now receiving
merited credit, kept cottcn in this coun
try to the magnificent amount of four
hundred millions of dollars in green-
bficks, or three hundred millions in
money, which binc-3 the closing of the
rebellion has come lo the relu-t of the
national credit, national currency nnd
the tax payers from one end of the
Union to the other.
Work on the Chicago Lake Tunnel
has been delayed for the last few days
by gas filling the lunnel. On Saturday
ast an unusually larg-3 amount had
collected in it and exploded, the flames
extending along the ceiling for over
I'M feet. By the explosion several of
the miners were knocked down and
others slightly burned by the flames.
2soue, however, were seriously injured
All the men, immediately upon the ex-
losion taking plnce, fell to the ground
with their faces downward, in order to
breathe what pure air remained in tnc
Salem, Russell Co, Ala, April 27
The late storm did much damage to
the corn and cotton prospects in this
section and between tins and Mont
gomery, or ns fur ns heard from. Much
of the land planted in corn and cotton
as been wR.-hel badly. Corn may be
rp-planteu; built is rather late to rt-
piant cotton, even when seed can be j
Thk Germax Qcakril to be Feaceablt
Setti.ii. The State Department vs-
erdy received positive ail vices from
Faris to the (fleet that the dilljculties
between l'russia and Austria will find
a peaceable solution. The report comes
trom the highest authority in tho
iionnn. raxe na prepared a new
volume of poems, which 13 about being
puhhsned. Uae of the poems, entitled
"1 he Mourner a la Mode, has the fol-
owing versa :
IKt n be huj the hue of tho rest,
llnw taicelv it tilled, her chape M
Atui tbe grief that was heav ng her breast
liVvI'Vl over in t'-.ilows of ornpe.
HURT &, GO.
Wholesale end Retail Dealers in
AVE ON E AND FOR SILE, AT RST'CCEl
A A JT.ce,
riasUr or Paris,
Lalh .Vails and Balr,
FJre Crlrk and Claj,
nd other mater. a'.s re.)in-i:e fcr tuiklmg purpo-
Cement ft 75 s.cgle barrel ; 1 W for e W ls
Pr - eis will find it to t,eir inleret tj give n a
ca I fT I aol fla-ter lo -o w th t'liver ad otaer
uram an l t.ras. it doutet tt;e y e:d.
C SJUlil C'JLLLOK STKEFT, rear
Av D AY ! Agnt9 wanted Xc aeit a
and wondnui bliWlAt. MACnivt-
Sf m IwnntMwi A.dirau uniu !
CLARK, BiddaJord, Ukm. "
North Market Street,
Gas Filters, Plumbers,
Agents for Morris, Tasker & Co.'
Celebrated Wrought Iron Gas
and Wfitcr ToMag,
Lzp-Welded Flues, Coa! Oil,
AND WHOLESALE VIILISS 111
Tinners Plumbers, Gas-Fitters,
CopperHailli's Stock and Material,
liallroad Supplies, Ic.
SAMBURG FORT GRAPE WINE!
Time AND FOLK 1 K AltS OLD.
FOR THE fOaMUSIOS T1BLEI
A!U FAMILY USE.
Prescribed by Physicians for Females
Weakly Persons and Invalids.
Excellent Wine for Females.
Every Fam.ly at this fea.on should Dee
"l-lni'ed in Eifope fo' iti medicinal and hee-
ficial iji:a:it:ei, hit'Mlf esteemed ly eninent phy
ncans, u-"ed in Kurc'xan and Amt-rican boepiuU",
and I t some of the lirst t.iuiilies ia Euroue and
A mei ;ca
AS A TOXIC
It has no equal, causing an appetite and building
up Ihe ttyntem, teing entirely a pure wine of a
mos- vaiUHole grape.
AS A DIURETIC
It imparts a hea'thy action r.f the glands, kidneys
a' a iincary ortsn. Terr uensnciai in dropsy, soul
nd rheumatic anectious.
Is a pure at cle trom the iuice of the Port Grape,
por.c-irg med al pr perties gnoer or to any oth
er wn in u-e, and n exod ent ar icle for all weak
and ilebilun-.'d pr.-ons, and Ihesgel and infirm.
iiiil'roving tho ai'iieiitf, and btneti ting ladies and
0" ry it rn-e an I yn will not be deceived.
Mr- i sure the ;ermUireof Altred opeer is OTer
Ihe cork f f each Nitt'e.
Sold hy W. .1. O. W. SV1TU, Naihville,
who alio 11 the I Ali.ld.A fUKP HKAM'Y, a
choice old article, lir.poited only by Mr. bpeer, di-
tf t ero-a Ojiorio.
'Ihe trade snpp icd hy K A KU'iISO C"J.
I-ou:sil e. Ky.. and by all wholesalrt dealers in
Itew Yo'lf, Pi iUde phi ('mc'nnHii and H Louis.
anil by A. rPKr.K. at his Vineyard, N-w Jersey.
rnncinal Otlice, 2s o. liU8. Eroadwav,
Aew i ork
deo2l-th til A at and w oow ly
'.tt'.iO Iiroadwny, New Y olt
fFFBR lo Sou'hernand Wesiern iobhers and re-
VS lailers, at the lowest market prices
For On sit,
A very 'srge and atiractiye s'oek of l'rons
CloU s Nouona. llosierv. White (io.lM. A.
ff 14 3m eod
Was Ihe only "reparation for fjod from
That received a medal and honorable mention from
the Koya! Commmwnepi, at the great International
Exhibition, Jxiudon, the t ometition of all
prominent maniil:turers of "Corn March" and
Prepared Corn Flour" of this and other countries
MAIZE N A,
The food and luxury of the age, without a single
fou it. One trial will convince tne moot skeptical.
Makes Puddmea, Cakes, Custards, Ulnae Mange,
Ac, without i-injilais, with lew or no egg", at a co-t
astonishing the nwvt economical. A el.ght addi
tion to ordinary Wheat Flour greatly improves
Bread and Cake. It is also excel lent for thickening
sweet sauces, gravies for tth or tfceai, soup, we For
Ice-Cream nothing can compare with it. A little
boned in milk will produce rich cream for ootiee,
cho'olate, tea, Ac.
But tip in ene pnnnd packages, under the trade
mark Mizena, witn directions tor ue.
A most delicious article of food for children and
invalid of all aces. For saie by Grocers and Prag
g sts everywhere.
bolesa'e Depot, 166 Feltea St. Sew York.
VN 11,L.IAM V L Ki tA, General Agent,
Blacking and Ink.
Sutler's Premium Blacking,
in twin, qu:i-y nnitorra and aceptaU.
I W ith o. e fjwi.i'nii. tt. i-a'e of this brand i th
Urett n th WeM. 1 r cee rlne.i. and disconnts
i.rra as nuo.ea.iie tvxorj 3J V ir e street, Cta-
c.nna-i. TU. -S b. BUTLliK. Agont.
Bailers MLOil Blacking,
A SOFT CIL PASTE. IN SL4i POTS. The
J. I'XL is th most per.Vt Polish Blacking in
ilie country equal to the h:ench Slacking hav
ing kv:b a th us'ia quaotity of Oil it excels ad
other Polish Hlarkmg as a leather preservative.
raciorv Sj Vine tret, f mcinnat .
1 dUJ. a. BU I LK, Agent.
ButfeVa V.'riting Fluids,
RE tfft-red in Wholefa'e lot at low pricis.
1 he Fiuids hve a higher reputat.c-n than
ary rt.'ier of American manu'aetiire, and in tne
went h-vea larger ie inr uny other triad, r to-
tcry S9 Viae atrott, lincinnatt.
J. i rL.K, Agent.
Marking Ink and Mucilage.
arrI3-ta th 3in 'id p
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It U the Most Complete Job Office in
w. a. cotircurs.
J. J. I. HCOK.
a. a. aoiito,
1 1 CORNELIUS & CO,
AT THE OLD STAND,
No. 49 Church Street,
JAYK on hand good supply cf all kindjof,
CASES and CASKETS,
Weed, Cloth, and Velvet Coffins,
ALL KI-DS OP
The best HEARSES and CARRIAGES
in the City.
Good, attentire raistantg, and ererythiog neces
sary, as heretofore,
We also a!Und to the remoYiJ of Bodies to and
from other points at reasonable men, and to the
Baud; ion of parties empoTini; ca.
We keep bIw on hand a gid supply of DNDER-rAKKK-V
MATERIAL, wwch we will furaish to
Undertaker when UesiroJ at reasonable rau.
Tennessee and Cumberland
OIL AND MIN1XU COMPANY
3poc:al Act of
June Mh, 1:406.
EXEMPT FROM .ALL PERSONAL LIABILITY.
Capital iStock, $000,000.
WTUed mlo 30,000 Shares of J20 each. 7500 shares,
vi iju,uuu i,ave iwn appropriated as work
IUK mpital, for the derelopeinenl of tiie
propeny of the Company.
A muted amount only ot Ihe stock Ihus aopro
pru td has been placed in the hands of the othctrs
m tne company to t sold at t.'i per share ; and as
me - k iias an ix-t-n is.-ura, lull laid, in pay-
meut c;i pr,prty, it is not therefore, liable to any
luture i-e-i.-raf ut.
orrjti: Ao. North Cherry street, Pisloffice
9it nusuviuc, inn.
. n. ooltos, of Tenn.
II. c. Bi'N rs, "
A. s. sAMttian, "
a l. HmrHBocao, of N.T.
BSLAo t. smith, of Minn.
A. e. W ELLS, of Mica.
President, A. G. SAAFORD,
Prea't It National Bank, Nashyille.
Vice P,zJad,K. S. WELLS.
Secretary, . il. COLTUN.
TVensui er, VV'M. C. BUNTS.
Mining SuptrmUndait.C. L. HE(iUMBOURG
The prcperty cfthe Company cocsibU of lease- I
noia ln.eresfc in ine counties of Oyerton. Fentress
L' h. ... 1.. I. J 11- .i ...
n u im 9ju, uiu rrea, in me btale ol J eu-
nescee, amounting in tue aggieate lo oer eight
thouHHnd ai res.
Ihe niemberi-nip of the Company anJ the Board
oi i'.rociors comprise men ol Ousiue-w exooneoce
and reputation, aud ol a Worough and piacticaU ao-
quainUnce wan the oil mines of Pennsylvania,
'1 he Mining butvrinteudent Wrks One l)f Him h r.l (.r .
I'lorersol'Uie oi. Held ol that iue, aud struck Ihe
li st flovtuigoi! well in the country, well known as
trie aniueniijourg well, and to which the U luter
estj ol I'eun-yiVHuia, then ia their nascent siaic,
we e yery lmgely indebted.
ihis Compu will leas) portions of their valuv
oie laiius, in enia.i tracts, to private parties or corn-
pan es, lor laxioiATi tiEvtLoracNT. This is a rare
chance lor 6ouu .ride operaturs Jo obutu leases on
Minus nisi am ue unpiy remunerative.
Terms uiaae knowu on application.
MO MEKK BraCULATOSS TILL EC TBIATID WITH.
lesi?ri;tion of I:md and samples ol Oil obtained
from the property may be Ret-a by calling at the
othce ol the (JoinoHiiy, No. Ccyt North Cherry
ur--ii, A.aeu I end.
inean-n'uuj.r.n. loiton, annyiiie. will re
ceive ordtrs for to.k, and wul f.rward certukates
by return mail wneu the money axx;ompames, the
Spring Stock, 1866
B. T. KiRKPATRICK'S,
CAN BE BEEN THS IIANDSOMEST
e and Fancy Dry
For the present ana, ever exhibita-i in Ihis city,
all bou hi w thin the la4 three wee, and wh.tevar
decline there msy have been in tbe North we have
got the benebt r and will give to our customers
We do not propose any "buitu" ta our customers
by way of offering Staple Goods at lea than cost,
witn trie hope of making it up oa other Goods, bat
simply to sell everything at a small jrofV3 as the
present high rates of Kent", Taxes, aud expanses
geoerallv i l admit f f. Our friends rcav reiy upon
geuing ine oesi uoont at tne loweet fries, and
everyuimi warranted aa represented.
Elegant Dress Silks,
llolre Antiques, Grenadines,
Printed Linen Cambrics,
LADIES IN MOURNING
Will find f-11 lices of evorythiog new anl desirable
in tnat way.
In great vatiety, in Real Point, Point Apliqae, Va
le n iennes, etc
Ladles' Silk Sacks, Lace Points,
All new and handsome.
Splendid rjock of
Goods lor Boys' Wear.
H08IKBY, of ali gradta and Axes.
6-4, 10-1, and 11-4 Umem eheettoSs,
4, 10-4, and 11-4 Cwttta eheeUacs.
Takle Uneaa aaj Cloths, in variety.
Towels ill Mapklaa, k' variety.
Together with Prints. Iiorre-i!i.-s, Cloths, Cassi
mere, and ev. rytruig pertaining t a nrs -cians
Lnj Goods Estaoliehnient.
4-4, 8-4, Ct Colored and Whiie Canton Ifat
tuig, of the very bet makes.
An American Lady
WHO has spent three years in Europe, would
like ihe address of any iadr .hn ...k.. m
I earn somthng ' f the uimoat importaoce and
which can be oua:ned from no other aourca.
Bend a pe-d envelope adtresied to yourse f, and
addreal your letter plainly to MRS. M. u CHAP-
PJ!LIS Drawer tlil, Chicago, liL
Dtadeilck and Ccloa Strttls,
IN CONSTANT OPERATION,
And haTe tbe advnntnge Uiat reliable Steim Power
gives, for turning out work rapidly, aud
Laving recently n.ade large additions
to cur already txtauaive stock of
Printing 'Material, we are low
prepared; to execute, at
short notice, and oa rea
sonable terms, ever
PLAIN AND FAN0Y
Circulars, Cards, Funeral Imltatloni,
Ballroad, Steamboat, and Commercial
Bill-Heads, Theatre, Show, Concert
and Railroad Tickets,
Theatre, Show and Concert
Bills of Fare for Hotels and Restau
Steamboat Manifests, Bllli of Lallnsr,
Draj Tickets, Dragg Ists labels,
LETTER-HEADS. LI W ELASKS, etc., It,
State, County & Corporation
D03a AT BH03TE3T MOTICX.
TTe retpectfully invite a liberal patron
age, knowing that our itjle of workma.n-
hip cannot bj eicelle-l, or onr terms com
IIKAL LiTlTt A GEM,
PURCHASES AND SELLS FKAL ES
Jate, CoWects Rents, Leases Dwel
lings, Fsrms, Gardens, Lots,
And gives prompt attention to the
fecting of Negotiations.
State, County, and Nasimlle Cty OfBciai's.
Members of the two Branches of tbe Kadhrii: City
Editors and Publ soeraof KaehTille Cty Daily Papers.
Post Master, fiAshrUle, TenceMea.
Dfflre mni ReeloVae. corner of Tapitl i
ne and rri street, opposite eat iiout ol toe
Uapitul, iihviiJe, Tennaae.
i i mm
SITUATED in Carroll county, M.ssiss ppi, in (he
Taaoo Val.ey, a ler miles front Carruuton, con-
800 or 1000 Acres,
' free from eyerflow, and in the heart of the
Cotton growing retpon in tbe poiun. 1 be land ruts
csreUiture yieiiied lioin oce to one and a half .
of Cotton to the acre. The plsa-e a m fjoo-l condi
tion. aiiJ otfers peculiar hiiksw, be og eoovo-nit-Dt
u ma martiei, and in e firry reaped, auitabie
Lr rallies a tine crop of cotton.
To pen-on haiDt; the neceiarr capital at their
mnninaud, this plantation otters gtt uiducenaenis.
went t-j per acre. Apply w
II. O. SCOVEL.
T?OR 8ALE 23 Acres good Gan!n Ijind; Bri. k
A. Bnu-Hs of to nxn.s and klb-htHi; srao.e
hou. Wiltun Rirty i-teps ol the bonne one cl the
test poni (.prions id the country. lo milt-tfrem
shille, on tho Vaiinhn tke, ttwe.n Mr. M.--
Cernn s sod Mr. K. 1 run's. Vr.c cne hif
ca.n, uuance in one ye ar. Appyio
Jti. CJ. 8COVEL
IOR SALE A small Frame House, lot 2."?i?f,
. Jackton street, nortnol ihe Colouration soi
i noe -Tj.
TX)R RENT Five rcomi in third story, south
-A. west corner CeJar an l Cueny irTt, fur two
yar Ironi Jxnuary l-i, at (v per annum.
and tvA) bonus. Toe.-e rooms are well located UT
DUSinees oTtK, and cbear loa.i any w km
of eyorafcing tiS iu pr mou.h tor acbl
t0R SALE 2707 Acres of Land, 6imi'es from
the ewanee Ooal iline-t, Kar on county, l ecn..
wnn gooa improvemt-ni, .wvw .M.ll m r-iuumg or
der; tile general ouu:nea aal dsc.-iuiion ct wh.ch
win oe given. Pn.-e t-i per acre-'-, run, bniaace
i and t year, w ui exenanje for city or coun.ry
FOR SALE, or RXCHANGK FOR NA33VILLE
CiTY PlioPEH i Y. -w AlLany, lnd.. proper
ty as follow : A two story Fra-ce bouse m perfect
repair, newly pa nted, oasexood rank of ihe Ohio
rivr in full view of it, near the fol of the Fal s ;
10 rooms, presses, cuptoard.. pan.ry. cellar and
cis ena ender ihe house. CMso e oixier ground,
24x4. ood shed, Ac , A. Houte sunds id feet
b from one "treel aid 4d feet Irom tbe other.
Lot is on the corner, &ix.J, with rear fxocing.
A!-0 two cotllb'e. of thre rnnm. ma, r ,.n 11
l9oxl7o, with rear feoce; citrn to eacn nonse,
aud wed for both. Ai. vaiud at IU UOU.
Th705 SALE 165 reet on North Front street, eajt
side, next nor h of and adKining Kndge street,
known as th Bnolc iindje 'J oil noose property,
etnbrai-iDK the 'i'oil-HiHise an t lare Livery huh,e.
It will be xol i as a wncie or in In:.. nw rnnil u.r
over yM per latum.
FOR SALE A email Farm of 23 Acre., on the
Bnck Church Plite.. Smn. nnrih r V....K..; ,.
well in. proved. Frame house at th ee rooms at
tic, ball and kitchen. To ei.-in8-. fine younif or
chard ol to-Al fruit trees, iu I begiouing lo bear.
pies, Reaches, piuins, cherries and
uernes and mums. n
i ii L , .
I 111 00 Tear' ioaesif n ?.vcn January 1st, lo5.
uur-nsii ca-n, ta ance
LiOKSLK-A ftehool CaW. in good order
single harness, pr.ee Ji
POB ; SALE-20, 40, or f,,, rront orth
Cherry htreet, liio leet deep, next north of the
Commen ial Hotel. This is a centrl bii-mess lo
cuy. Price ijso per foot. On-tif caeh, balance
in 1 and I years ; interest and nen.
JOR BALE One of Chickenng's Fine Pianos.
rt' f--' i a new r ram- Houie of 3 rooms.
t T V TS a
..u..nuTiun, nranaa resiaenc ol Mr.
r. K. thea'.ham. Price .) pw annum.
pOR RENT-Fi.teea Act, of good Land, at first
loll-ateoa bailaun Pike.
L'Utl MLer- feet, enrn Vi - I f-
A7 atreets, opposite ti.e residence tf Mrs. Ki-r-
siuani ro a. rrice sjiai wr f. a r...iA .. ...
. - r vwu auv. lui
No. 247 For Sale,
TBAT VALCABLH BRICK I)WELLIN0). No.
35 Cedar street, long known as the Lr. Marun
Property well ..lusted w,r stores. otlk-es. or. in ta.-L
almost any active bu-une-a, it bexn oo the great
thoronghtare totheatate C.pdol, Puo.ic fcyiuare and
Court hnu e, aid very eeotraily k'd. Cani'alista
may well gve Wjis attention. Lo HxKu. Pr ce
Ill.Ow. iialf, cash; bslaoce, one and twe years!
Interest and lien.
F)R 84LZ. BnjCNA VI9TA SPRI.WS-13
Aera;oDaioal!l Kratne Hurl bng nt two room.;
leacee in order; THKiia hLLPtiCK bPnl
white. Kd. and h.k: T.. rrmn.. i-,,-
One cistern oa the hill ; tl feet front oa the Buer.a
sia r-.ite; tfie entire I w about sqiam. On
the 13 Km fnfifi4 h i) l ...
, ' - r ww, iwpmi,
I IOClt ,u bld rel ef. precipice, flu, apring. crea.
and a ron-.anuc drive. '1 h s .-icturej(jue Watering
Place, in poae.ioa of ta r ht man, can I mdo
the moM ait ar-frve wimxer re-o:t atxiul Naenvili
snd oe ngooly 134 rrnlea from tae citv, is eas ly
reacned oy pntm. coeveyanc, and no doubt be
fore many rjontns wdl be acceanUa by r-treel Ed.
road, pr.ee i8,6.X(,t,a-y 'erms. Ai.i,!f
H. ii. ScoVaL. Kal E.u Agent.
FR SALE One aad a h.lfmorr P.RICK H0U3
ard. of four room two op, and tw dowa .uora.
WT liant wa:er. vrH r.w. ..
Lot joxlS. PncelVja-SVuSicasn, buice in
and li msthj: lnLer u .n.l
SALE BRICK IWELLI.Ni3 of 4 rooms,
Oin:Cir room. k:t -heo and servanti' rtvm 1
norm Markei street, next aoa'h of dwr
nrrnertv onc'ioied rv M. 1 ewers. )nr.
4J,(-v cwb ; baiaacw in 1 and i yrara.
F)R PALE PRAMS HOtTHE i3 EJaslJ o
I ood rooms. yt 5rlTO third hr fj-.:i-
! tta Pie. Pne n,-AJot rash 2 ImiUli'. if. rvn.
yea ; interest and lien, a poly to
ii. . &c0VL, JUal Zxm Ajent.
For any of the above trmtinned srorwty arp'y
11. O. SCO VAaJs
KAL JS8TATK AGKNT.
$J?e!t4 nd UPlto Avenue, oppot
KJL'dlNG AT Metti- ;
day (an o sCI.,, J 't'', .V
nriay., k.A,W..UL' Dr.
Ka-:t. with one of tr. . '
' -"-v r
S t.. A.-
x epvturs of Ut n I
with iienmers U r s TH t
Tnir.rcn . j, . , .
K li ,
in-! v.iiun. aec-.r..; -,.
A discount of OS?; cUtRTE" s
ne ajliwei io econda,v0 aa-V -eer-,
!tl Uir-i'.n A m an "
ViUARTLftcn trop.-h rie- to ,
tneir laina:e-, w i,..., r. fi,.
boiKrao' d'srr.arei, h ALK V!- -
toe lisDdreu M-'-v.aii 't,
adulu K-ih -.a-M.-i. r ."'.,' '
through, an l .-..trn.i to U.i:e c , v.
male protes tor, kngjrm T .H T, j
day U-frei ai, l,-.,m tie t. .
pa-err-t ho p-efc- ;o n i
An eipererced ni.rinn i sr
A tteamer:il tw p!iuv on 'ho ' r
IS, to ,-un irom tw uSLSiNmi i
v a HAVANA.
For Par-nie Tirlt'ts or Tar
ply at e Company's t;Lkrt
fool of CanaJ atret, No-tn R,
F. W.G. fcu..
Steel Pen I
FACTO UY, CAMDEX, . j
R. ESTERBROOK & C
STEEL TEN MANUFACTl" .
'o 4 01 .rrh
i. 41 Juiiu..t
C tHn.FS and pr -os en -; :
O lo order ot nv pit, his or -
t ii-Thi. 'Ihe-e I'i iii are i
insmit:-tiire au i e ) : n fi-:-
es of point to t'le li-i-t lir;
thrrl"i're, ttire U) (i.g iliecnn:.
can pjb:io. Ta 'ac-n-nil oi .
cit-ot sc-iinty UtiH.o.l foreu in
rnr nlu at reuni ! I v
United Viatel. K.K-rK:.h,
oi't'.'l hrn eo-i
lmmrsiie 1 inprovt
Sving 75 twr
cert; iu iaikt
number o t
he beet n
uiv in sieam
s'.mj let, rr.ort v
m.-t.').-, ( ill and V. wl n-e. ' : -Ai
rf., THS HH K-; K
jar-j tia-fritue 34 Liter-
1 p r
Commission ulerch a:
237 MAIN 31 KEET, L'.'l" V;:.i V , -.
A GEXT5 for MARCH. MW, riSK.'Sl
F.NAMELED WA'IEK l'rH;
the bl .fti'Ie manu'a'tired. con' .n
nous uiaturi.'.l, and warranted j-e-;. is
FIILT , BhiK. A m.
PATENT EXPM-ED STAR C
showing spS' e for the crav-i. t i ' r
by it tnTior shs. and weiM, i.r
qui.xit? tiuii-n and wn.leu ta if 1:..- ,.
LOCKWOOD'3 CELEK.-tATF. D CI
LADIf:- PAPER O'LLAi:
AT.I", Pvroti sn 1 Ch"ltr. C o h
CUFF-, t r Lad.es ant t.ent.ni,,
Chicago Manufacturinz Co s Ltl
Patent EnaniIed Cuilars .V (:.
The Trada aoppl d at M-ui-tf .-.u.-er' t -
A full line of Clrt'-s. Cwirrere.. p..-.t v-. :
Keadv-rr a' Clot: n. linnn !-.:!. N.,
always in clock, aud for at
ded. Ail our Cood are v.;j
is w thout doubt, ihs ou!y known ren.e
r'tilfK r I'-T I KF '
IP.RITATION OK UiE KK
l"FI.AMMTIn -K U1E K 1 1 N?V
CAIAKKH OF THE W..IM K-t,
FEMALE IKKl i. ,I.AK: UK-.
Certilca' f cures lr"m we i-ki- i r
from :i p.rwof tt.oi-oi-.ucy nc n u r,
ta addressing MuKi.A II l.l.'
d:li-.iin No. i.i rf -1 .
. 0. COLLIER.
WBOLtSttB ABO aiTHL Mil IS IS
SCHOOL BOOKS, BLANK I
GOLD AND STEEL PNS,
ffriling Fluid anti Copy
WEDDING, YISITIN'u iD TIMEi'S Ci:
LATEST LITERATURE CF THE DAT,
J?o. 37 Union Htreet,
(Eet. Cherry and College,)
KAvUVILLK ... TKJkM-
sWOrders soi.cited (or every Jescrt on
Cotton and h Hand-Cs:
SAEGENT & CO.
Soocwaorw to John Wh'femor A Co.. ' V-'v
and Jotia li. U b.tu-ir.orn A to ,
Hardwire and Card Minnfacturer
No.70 Beekasaa Street, -. V.,
Sole Successors 10 :ve Wh.tteinore Pauir. i :.
oa J roanuwti'.rers of
Genuine "' bitten. ore Cotton C'arC'
Iealers are cautioned Sriataal wortl-le-s m.-J--3
oct-v ta w