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THURSDAY MORNING. MAY 22, 18G2.
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State Union Central Committee.
Te President of the lafe Union niect
iug held in (Lis city Ex-Govcrnor Wm.
JJ. Campbell at the insUnco of a. nmn
licr of prominent gentlemen then present,
Las appointed a State Central Union
Committee, with whom the friends of the
.Union in various parts of the State may
ist themselves in communication by lft-
fer or otherwise.
The Committee consists of the follow -ii.
Allen A. Hall, CJtairman.
A. V. 8. IjINdsley.
IIORACK II. IlAUKlfON.
M. M. IJrien.
Will It lie filltl t
In appealing 1o the Union voters of
NaiLillo to attend the election to-day,
wc wish it to be clearly understood that
we do not speak ly authority. A is a ques
tion of grave debate in the minds of many
loyal men whether an election held in
the present convulsed condition of our
te should be regarded as valid. Our,
own impression at present is thai it
should not. Of the Governor's view we
know nothing. I.ut ono thing is highly
desirable that every Union wan should
come up and vote, and show the nation
that there is a loyal and faithful band of
patriots in this city which has been
poisoned by so many baleful influences.
The election will be a most valuable aux
iliary in consolidating our strength.
Let every man, then, come up and enrnll
Id's name in the Union list.
Turner Si. lolcr,
This individual is as lierce and intol
erant a Itebel, so exclusive in his sympa
thies for all that carries the plague-taint
of Kebellion, that he has refused to an
nounce himself in the columns of the
Union. Notwithstanding, we are deter
mined to bo more liberal than he is, and
to announce him for nothing. Wo will
do more than this. As he has declined
making speeches and defining his posi
tion to the people, we republish from
hn wiliimna nf (ho Nashville l'l riot the
ji i following announcement, with -Mr. Fok
1,1 teh's signature afHxed, as giving a fair
statement of his present position. Let
him take it fur hit platform.
Okkick or Committee on .'ahm-outs,)
Nashville, Sept. l, 1KG1. ,
Notice is hereby given to all persons
desiring Passports to go beyond the limits
tf this Staff, or the. Conf derate Mete,
that hereafter when parties aro not
known to the Committee, they will be
rfiuired to If introduced ly some well hvava
jvrson, or to produce rwinniertdutions from
some cfwial jvravn in the service of the
Confederate States, or of .some State in the
Cotifederacy, or municipal authorities
where they last resided, or letters to
seme person in this city, who will youth
.ithe signature of the person signing
, Jlh letter, and that they are worthy of
respect. This course is adopted in con
Heiuencof strict orders from General
i W('i. mmmamlinir flii Oivisinn.
" Ji. Avnui, vvuj-ii"""b
) Vy ff ilicrvaiice of which al such yrris
trill (V JWi'ot mucti tromue ami at my.
r . (3. M. 1'0G, Prcst. Ac.
j Tens kb S. Fosi tn, Sec'y.
i Secretary of Confederate passports 1
lie signed no passports for any one m-
J t recommended and endorsed by
Kcbel authority 1 What an admirable
! Judge Mr. luster would iuke under
the Federal Government!
We regret to learn from f.rmeis ficm
tarious adjoining counties that the rust
t-a already began to make its appear-
P am e ia their fields and that their orops
f.il b worth little if aaythiBg. VSe
iL4,j,c that this is not geeral
Yesterday morning I). F. Carter, Pres
ident and John Uerriford, Cashier of the
Rank of the Union, in this city, were
arrested by order of Governor Johnson,
for treason, and placed in conCnement.
The money changers will soon be scourg
ed iul of the temple.
(Jive It I p.
A gentleman of this place vus in com
pany the other day with several black
cloth rebels, who were discussing the
signs of the times. "I think brother,"
said one, "that the best thing we can do,
is to send word to our boys to come home
from the Southern army. Tho United
States will be pretty sure o whip them
out, for it is too strong to contend with."
Now we call this really sensible talk.
A Keeret Uebcl Order.
We are told that a secret Itebel Club
has been holding night meetings in our
city during the past week for the purpose
of uniting the rebel vote upon Mr. Foh
tek. No doubt every active traitor in
our city belongs to it. Let all such per
sons be arrested immediately.
The rebels, who a few months ago
forced poor and friendless foreigners into
Jefr. Davis's army, now say that the
"damned Hop-eared Dutch and red
mouthed Irish have no more right to vote
than a nigger." That is rebel gratitude.
A great many daring and intrepid
navigators have tried to pas the North
Pole, and have perished in the perilous
adventure. Mr. Foster ta-day will at
tempt to pan the Union pole in Nashville
in his Confederate mud-scow, and we
predict will share a common fate with
the Arctic navigators, without winning
ajiy of their glory for his undertaking.
If the people of this city are doomed
1o see Turner S. Foster sitting on the
Pench to expound and enforce those
laws on which he lately trampled, and
which ho endeavored to utterly destroy,
they may naturally expect to 6cc a Grand
Jury composed of the immortal Vigi
lance Committee, whose practice in
drawing op swift indictments against
their etiemios will make them an expe
We suppose that the Methodist Pub
lishing House, of this city, will furnish
the rebels with tickets to-day. It in true
that it is "an exclusively religious and
eleemosynary institution," as its mana
ger told Secretary Chase a few weeks
ago, but we suppose printing rebel tickets
will come within the range of its pious
A poll will be opened this morning in
the loyal city of Nashville for Turner
S. Foster, Secretary of Committee on
Passports under the Rebel Government,
for the high and responsible office of
Circuit Judge. Why is not a poll open
ed for Rcauregard, Jeff. Davis andlsham
There are a great many Passes famous
in history and geography. There is the
Pass of Thermopyltf', the great North
west Pass, the Passes at the mouth of
the Mississippi, and the Passes out of
the Southern Confederacy, known as
We hope every voter who is loyal to
Tennessee and to the Union will pass
Turner S. Foster to-day at the polls.
We want our friend 1'iUfcS', 'ou the
contrary, to order him up, and go it alow.
How long would Jeff. Davis sullVr a
Union man, John Minor Potts, for ex
ample, to appear before the people of
Richmond as a candidate for any civil
office V We answer, not one hour. The
daring offender would be lodged imme
diately in jail.
Jki k. Davis allows no man to vote in
the whole Rebel Confederacy, unless he
swears allegiance to the usurpers who
control it. And shall we suffer the
friends of Jkkk. Davis to vote unchal
The rebel bullies have been tolerated
long enough in Nashville. Let them
hide their heads in their dtns to-day.
This is no day for a traitor to show his
face opon the streets.
Mr. FohTKB wooid make an able Judge,
but that is far faom proving that he would
mike a jiAj-all Judge.
Is Mr. FosTEB ruLning in the IVnioa
r in the tfuRthtrb Cobf.-riavy V
- .100 Hcward. ,
S'.me two weeks ago we offered the
above reward to any Secessionist who
would sell $1000 U. 8. Treasury Notes
at fifty pt r cent, discount, and buy 1000
Confederate Scrip at fifty cents on the
dollar. We have not been able to find
any rebel who will accept of the offer,
although we have hunted for one dili
gently, and although there arc wealthy
rebels here who say that U. 8. money is
worthless and Confederate monej as
good as gold. We now make a still more
advantageous offer to the rebels.
We will pay $100 to any man who
will sell us $1000 U. S. Treasury notes
at twenty-five per cent, discount, and buy
Confederate scrip at fifty centi on the
Important ((iieatlou !
Would the loyal authorities of this
State sufTer a man to raise a military
company for Eeai heoard's army at Cor
inth and parade them through our streets?
Would not such a man be immediately
arrested ? ' How much better is it then
for a man to muster a band of voters
who acknowledge no allegiance to the
Federal Government and march them to
the polls in order to get possession of the
civil government? We think the latter
ofTence tho most daring and criminal of
the two. It is certainly monstrous in
consistency and folly to allow men who
claim to be citizens of one government to
attempt to control the affairs of another
The following dispat"h gives a warn
ing to guerilla sympathizers, of what
they may expect. Governor Jounson'k
proclamation will prove to be no empty
rcLAMvi, Tknn., May 21, 1G.
To his Excellency Governor Johnson :
A Military Commission was held here
yesterday, to enqufrc into the destruc
tion of tho merchandize of J. II. Piokieu,
a Union man, by Morgan and his crew,
on the 1st of May. The commission as
sessed the damages at $1,2G2 88c, which
they ordered me to collect from the au
thorities of the town, or failing in that,
to make the amount from the sale of the
property of certain sympathizers, to be
afterwards designated. The facts of the
case are not contradicted. The Mayor
and Councilmen requested me to put off
the execution of the writ until they could
see you, which I granted.
Yours truly, Ciias. 15. Gillehimk,
Good! A word, and then a blow-, is
the only way to stop this infernal guer
Tiieatbk. The audience at the Thea
tre every evening is very large; in fact,
the attendance appears nightly to be on
the increase. Last evening the Drama of
"A Tale of Blood" was produced, with
signal success. The after-piece was
"Toodles" the inimitable Everett per
sonating the character ol "Timothy
Toodles." Of course it was a success.
We understand that the managers
have secured the services of sereral tal
ented ladies and gentlemen, who will
shortly appear. With this addition to
the company now playing at the Nash
ville Theatre, it will make it t lie best
in the South-West.
It seems to us that a man who would
stoop to the miserable office of Secretary
for a Rebel Committee on passports ought
to be taken to a Court of Justice, not by
means of the ballot-box, but by tho offi
cers of his insulted and outraged coun
try, whose borders he has helped to fill
with mourning, and whoso sod is drench
ed with blood which he has helped to
shed. For such a man to appeal to his
injured countrymen for office is adding
insult to injury.
When ishall wo again place confidence
in aud bestow offices on liubel leaders ?
When the Mississippi runs up stream;
when the Rocky Mountains become a
valley ; when Isham G. Harris ceases to
be a braggart and a coward ; when
Floyd stops stealing ; when Jlaldwin
finishes his sermon on the " Curse ol
Cowardice," and the Methodist Publish
ing House becomes an "exclusively re
ligioas and charitable institution!"
Nashville has been "redeemed" by the
triumphant army of the Union, and now
let her be "regenerated and disenthralled"
from the lust remains of rebel influence,
by the still more potent influence of loyal
votes at the ballot-box.
If Foster should defeat that brave
and true man, M. M. Brikn, to-day, for
Circuit Judge, would not matters cone
to a pretty pssf
Fall into the line, iuuu of the Union 1
To-day is no day f.r the 1-int-ht-arted
r for laggards.
."pocial IVspalt'liw fo llm Nmhrilln Union 1
IV.Iei.ils within Eight Miles!
The City being Evacuated!
Important from Uobile
Call for 100,000 Additional
AltfllVAI. OF Till SCOTIA.
Lousvili.e, May 21. Tho Oriental, with
Brigadier Geoeral Saxton, atncDg the pas
sengers for Port Royal, was wrecked
neRr Cape Hatteras. 'Pussengers and crew
It is reported tbat the President will call
out one hundred thousand more volnnteera,
as a reserved force.
Colonel Wn.LiCH han been nominated tor
An order requires abeeut officers on leave
immediately to rejoin tbeir regimeuts.
Fugitive blacks from Richmond report a
panic, and evacuation without fighting.
The Nashville in reported at Charleston,
loading, and will attempt to run tho
New York, May 21. The Scotia has
The Independence Belgo euya Lav alette
went to England to induce her consent to
a common intervention in American affairs.
England agreed, if the Roman question wag
The Paris correspondent of tho Morning
Herald says, it Is beyond question, that the
recognition of the South h seriously con
templated by the French Government.
The Papal Government has jrepared for
a suddou departure from Rome.
LivKiirooL, May 21. Flour, wheat, corn,
beef and pork, dull.
.Washington, My 21 Lincoln's Hunter
proclamation much augments his popularity.
Oar advance ure within eight milesol
Richmond, and progresses rapidity.
The Gulf Ncwh my our steamers are go
ing to Mobile Buy, though fort Gaines is
evacuated and the troops transferrtd to tort
Rou.i Mo. Mny 21. A Confederate guerilla
baud overtook seventeen wagons with Gov
ernment ores burning them and coutents
and carrying oil eighty Fix mulei.
It. Watt k, y Wattg.fMvn & Co,l'ailii )i, Ky
I. A. I'KANr.,) " ' Crane 4 llruwn, Kvamvillu, hi.
WATTS, CRANE & CO.,
Cotton and Tobacco Factors,
(OMIISSIOV MEW II IMS.
!" BROAI STREET,
NEW Yu)!K riTY.
Wanted to Rent.
A M:.m.Y Ft KNI8Ili:n iroUSK.n.nlainniK four,
1JL live, six, or nevcn rooms. Xccdi'rl lor neverul
monllia, find will 1)0 ll tiiken vura nf liy n (.'ontlo
linn unci wii. A rriiHomibli' n'Ut uill ho juM for u
lioiiKi) of nliove lm rilioii i!iMsantly f.iuatnl. Ail-tlrcP.-,
HQ jiai ticiilati,
II A ll'.hS AIJ.EX
Mas.l If Box 07 V. ., Naelivillc.
GRIFFITH . PARSONS
General Produce and Commisiiou
No. 7 College Street.
NA.-I1VII.1.K, Tl AX.
1(mh IliitUels Oat.,
MM) ItarreU Flour,
.j,(MM) lb. llama,
VMM) lbs. ltacftli,
3,MK) 1. Mtouliter,
Coffee, Spire. Pepper,
:andle, Noap, K'ili,
lieeoe, Fruits, llroom.
Ami m.iny nili. r ariirt, lUiiy arriving from North
ern Cltiin, mill
If or Sale -Chertp.
-'otliii, Toliari ii, mol otlivr Pro.ln.w, rwt-iv. J
tutl -olj ou '(iiitri!iou. )m
It A i A WAY,
IrWiVl tUf rif.er, living in Davl.koo (Vjunir.
T.-nn , on Wlhi.lv night. Mm Htli inl TWO
NF;Ki) H., ti.mnl 1'ITT .l JOK 1'itt w mut
0 Wt lih; wuiKlirt nuoiit i,j (Hiiuiilt; ,f Lrown m!i
eonii'h'iioii; two of h a froul Uir IWh drl'n iive,
ao l U loit . jour, ohl; hu.liy Uir, wilb- iileamut
Jo- I -l.out -0 yri-8 oil; wi( about 1K0 potimii,
ft f-i t 6 int In. Mfh: r-lhr a lri.r -li!e than tin
hrothiT fill. Hi; him a (car ftoni a cut on bis h II
foreliDcr- town look w Leu iimkitu to; boU ch au
vliaTt. Tury will probably kc-p tott.r.
1 will ty if- iKilUraa ,ie- lor their sprhi.iikn,
If rfluriitsl to im-, or so humreit that I :ou fl iUem,
if Ukeu in ttii. Coui.ly or riiaU-, ami 60 IoUrf ch
if tJto out of the f tt. . W. I. M.HKINS.
.-ieuiua, May lih, 1hij iu,
rpWOur t-rw tiOOIi HANIM, to whota io-omhl
X in I'AK. 1 1" J S, ul t iiaid.
.fOK nALr., 1UU lib's i UiL K, K-tra F-unly ,a govJ
OIUiCNI) COtnV, bv tU ii-nad. for win.
VJ'y U .1. K. AIJ KS,
tn-yr .! Auru'--o .irsiuisiy.
No. 03 MAIN rVntKKT,
(RirrwcK. toi kth asd nun,)
LOUIS VILLI, HY,
fTiF.XNKSHM, NORTII AXD fe'H'TH CAROLINA,
X -vorgia auil Alabama Rink Notes for sale.
4-0rWs for Southern currency fllloU at lbs
very best market ruU. may 3-1 m
Wliok'.alo rx-alor in
Cap, Lctlcr, Manilla, Wrapping
rRiNTfi' en cards, bonnet nAKi!, news
AXU BX)K PAI'KR, TRINriRS' INK, ic,
XO. itS2 MAIS STItKKT, BSTWKKB 6TII A!l) 7T1I RTItrET?,
J177 lli(?heel pricii paid for Ruica. mny4-3m
WM. M. GREINER,
No. 109, Chestnut Street,
Solicits Cousignments of Cotton, Rico, TobaiM-, and
April 30, ISC... 8m
rpHK attention of citizens, strangers, ami ntbrrs vls
X King Nasbvillo, requiring moitidal aid, 1r rf i:t
fully callod to tbls olllco, No. 81 lxakrlck street, eo
oud floor, lictwevn Cherry and the fquare.
Dr. Coi'i-Vn is an old practitioner of medicine; bis
almost unlimited experience and flattering suooeM
for many years past, In tho treatment ol ckivats im
eamc), lias iuduced him to devote bis undivided atten
tion to all diseases (of this nature. Muny cages of
tho most Inveterato character have promptly ylclded
to bis Improved method nf treatment.
Primary, Secondary, Jortiary and Hereditary fyp
His, (ionorrhoea, (ili-at and all diseases of the genua
and nrtnnry organ., moot with no re-ix-wco to bis
A i female irregularities and functional Ipderanga
ments of the Womb, mi l tho diseaeo arising Irom
Utatinu end 111 manged parturition.
Kverycaseof Reducible Rupture, and of I'iie,ard
Proliipcus of tho K.ct inn. ami most caees of Fustula,
can be cured by a process nearly painless. If either
of tho latter ruses l. undertitkeu by Dr. Coleinan, a
cure is inmiialli tvarrantrti, as a careful examinaticd
always piiesenu the n'.K-esHnry Indications of iticcat vr
failureby bis Improved method of 0erating.
Persons of either sr applying In person or by letter
(describing case) on tho Urst symptoms of any acute
speciflo dinease, can ba cured, in most ces, by the
abortive method, In forty-eitfhl hours.
strict contlileuee, prompt attention, and moderate
charges, will govern him with his patrons.
M ST No mercury used In tho troatraent of venerea
diteaiei, as he believes (in most casei") It proiiuces.
worredi.seiiFu than that it is givcu to cure.
Olllco hours Irorn eight In the morning till nine In
the evening. Jau 1, '8-1y
;KO. V. iSIIKWMAKF. JiVRON II. HOlIlt.
SHEWMAKER & ROBB,
gUwij utftHflcncc (Office,
No. 11, fOVTH FOURTH STRKET,
(isf.u ei:. y.nKi:T axii .imi t,)
ST. LOUIS .no.
LYiu-lishnt fir the iicnelit of Mninjrm,
I O.VI.VO TO bt. ll 18 1.1 SrKl II Oh
Sick, Wounded, or Soldiers that have
Died from Wonndi oi Sickness.
C-IORtm T INTrLI.IGKNCK Wil l. UK l.IVKN (IK
J Hie CJinil'tion of any Sli k or Wunuiii-.l S'ldier In
T. IH'lS. I.HL ls II.I.K, ( IM INV All, NA-HV1I.I.K,
MOl'ND t 1 1 V, or any o'her Iloiiiial in the Wenteru
Deparlmeiii. This ih tho o.ii.t Army Intelligence.
Oflli'i) in the I'liili d r1! itfH, nml hucirmat ion regunl
nig SilJiirrt from any part of the li ran bo given
nt any time, by railing at. or wiuumi to the Akvv
I.VTkl.l lliKM K Ol IK K, I'dni (Jlfire llx No. 1 4 IS.
X. li. Pkkhons (omimi i Ht. i ons in h.aki ll Of
iiisik Kbi-.ni. u ill olit'iin all iiec.ssary informal ion
bv calling at our Ullli e, No. 11 , i-outh F'onrlb rUrecl.
May 18, 1S62. ly
riMIK iiiidiTiguiit buying leased Ihe BoAKHNi;
JL HOl'SK rei iitn.l v (x i upii il by .lrn. Lvov, No, 8,
College street, x now pn ji.'ireil to iinoin modal, lam.
ilyM or uill; le gi nili'iiini , bv the day t.r wi k,at ra
Hoiiuhlo runs. Ho would rctpiiitliilly solicit pulihe
inay.O 3l" J. T. AlJKP.N ATM V.
lnVMnier ion) U-biv.-.a!c i)t-hr ill
No, li-VJ Main Btreet,
KKKl'S i 'UMl.iMlv on hand a large fiii,ii oi Mr u
itinl HruKM and (n-rmail Kilvcr Hihlary I'huiI lu
truiiieiils, wliir.h he ran olI'T at a low prirj-a an any
Fantern house. Order by mail or KvoirM promptly
attended to. mayll-.w
uiHli'M gneil beg. to inform the Public that
1 In) ba added to his .-tahlinhun nl a ItAKHlV
upon the Kreiub method; and t hat only iuhijh tnit
Kreneli workmen wiil ba employed. II. hexitaiet not
to nay his bread m eipml, If not nierior, l uny man
lilai liir'-il in the city, and KUiianteeS thfit it ill h
as tweet and good . bioaii can be nnole, from the
fact tbat Bo Imp yea.it will b. ihm' I in It. maiinlai'
turn. A share of the pulilie aud priat family pat.
ronan'' 1' earneiitly aolli lteil.
Hot Hulls every morning, at SuVlwk. All dem rlp.
lions of bread, and wiry variety of tuke made to or
der. It 'inuriiber, If yon want tneet am) good bread call
at I'. 1 1 ' i. N'Oi'. H, rorr.-r of In ion ami hummer
tr'ets. (f)poite Oil 1 fellow's Hall.
The i ol, Hi' ar. re tfnly liiTormeil tbat Ihe wl.
kno-n HP. CHKAU hAl.OuN of H. C. Ilrivn,
(formerly of Nanliville) will be re-opened Thnrxday
the bib of May, where Ice Creams, not to beexoeliej
by any lu the city, ran be bad. tail and judge for
oilr-elf. apSo-lm P. OtOHNuR.
ukhce or coMMi.-yAnv ok pvbpiht-nck,
Niisviixi, laas , M.y Slh, 18tt.
Bllfl will be niiivlat my oilna, until 'u'r.hk,
C M , H t llMMlty, 11 A V 141H, I8i'i, (Irom Unit
bands aud run loyal to tl,e l,oeruinri,t of the
Viiiud nuiM,) lor
COO Barrel! Extra Sup-rfine Flo.r,
1o be di llverixl tt the Commim-ry More House, la
NVhville, Telia., on or b foru the liih of Hay,
Bids will tm .uilor-eii "frvjvivlij'ir -r," tut
d retted U. K- kACrrJO-V,
mayv-t4 (spt. aud Cum. rubs.
I1ARRKL3 Ml-SUANNOCK TOTV
ltov-, r miie Kw, to ci.nr out-, by
cay 1 1 4) tfar4 n.fi
ROBERT L 3IAITLAND & CO.
General Coinniisdon Morc-lwjntfl
C3 and. 65, Eesver Strtet, nd 20 ExrhatRn
Siiu-M Wsiniir. ) " tl
;.iy c, nc. ft.
1)11 KING'S DISiPl.-X'SJlKY '
FOIt PiUVATC WSE.ISESS
rrlV"''" r,R- KIN,formr!y or N4W York, fo
ijM- thela.lfoiir years ol lcimriHe, ,.
,k and who has devoted h-s aitentioum
the treatment nf prlTatediseam s for Su yearn, c.iuri
blmself, bsTlng attended to a ratiko ;uri(imu
yers, and cured so many thoi ramts, he Is et ablcd
cure ail d -. of a private nature, n natter bo
bad they may be frnm lnndlcl( ns medicial treatment,
or from negleelof their own. It. Kirg's lHwnarT Is
No 23 Deaderli k street, between Cherry and UeSouare
ecoud story, wtere be cures a.I duo jj a nrtTste'
Uonorhe cureaw thout oauseoos mei tines e, i,
rforence with busiccFS.
Strictures of eld or recetil date, rilrctua.iy cured la
few days, by an operai'on wb i-h rk ao palu
where aStrie.lure cs.rts hea'tb r.-int.it t eL.ojefl
Perhaps no disease ran?. mere n.m h'H a-;d iad'
m, nes the const Hot ion so much.
Syphilis, with .11 lbs dreaies of the -l. growing
out ofneg!e;t or lad treatment, can m ,a.-,tuaJl.
cured In a lew days.
Seminal rKiij.Particulara'.tei.tl,' ba,:ng bee
given to this disease, and all thecoi sT,r. cr growing
out of It, brought on lu many cases by le d'Siruotive
habiLa of lncrii-ifl,if vm,.!),- a rv.wU-.- ... , .
" ' J "-.., -t. iiwii, lUilUlj
gence or the passions, a Legie-t of which will nnderl
mine th. n.n.r if ni o..t -. i - -
-.--......,, i eK bi.v BtiOjl-li UUDl If
business or society, and o sing premature eld age.
Females who niu . I i r, . , -m, - ,,...,,
- - 1 ..-f, ' " -if uuuuiky
tne Womb may real assured Immediate rlef
Ua. ..... . - , . ' ' .
. u. ...... ,,3n,UiuK aurou. oy wriiirgaLdstaljigtbetr
case, with alee enclosed, direct to It. A. K'.nr , No. 81
Doau.crick street, NartiTille.Ti'nn., will baTetLe neoeaw
sary modlcinrs sent to their adi'rr. Cice boor
om B o'clock in the morning noti) a ia the even'as.
UMii iti:llk;e(:i: ornri-:,
No. 11, South Fourth St.
S.tINT LOl'IS, MO.
EnlBblUheil lor the lMnetlt of slraiv., a roininK to
St. l.oni In search of
SICK OR WOUNDED,
and for persona living st a rllt-lame who can writ,
to tl;e Army Intel KiM, n Uiln e and ol'taln reli.
able information of any .oiiliiT that cn.
li.ited in the ."tales i f
Jllill'U', InJulllll, Ul,i,,. lov.l, Mirl.t.J.1,1, II, .,!.
iw, .Uiiirt,l.i, Kti'lii,..: mei Jlfiouri.
I.RIi'l T INTKI.LHJKNtr. WILL UB CIVKN Y
J any soldier Irom l!i above Stales, whrtber
Hh k. Wm niuk, Kiiian, in Tai k I'bixonfb, and
in whnt. battles bo may bnvo been i ngaged, and
where bis legiinent is stutioned.
Informat on will also bo g en of the i onililmu or
ary sii k or wotimli'd soldier I i M. Imls, Lmiihviln ,
( im Innatl, Niishville, Mound City, or ay Hofpital
In the Western iK'j'urtini nt : and where tl.osii killed
in battle, or have died from their wounds, mo bnri
ed j and where those lakej prisoners are eon
llaed. lliis i, the only Array Intellie. ,,. e ":'ii (, in n,
Di jmi lniert of the Mississippi, or vw tern Depart,
ment, and information of soldiers ft, in any ol The
above Stale, ran be given ut any Im.- ij c.il;iii- ,,i
wi itini; to tiie Army lritcllfe;eii -o I'fT -e.
Peismis writing will pl,.M, ghe Hie immn of Ihe
soldier, what State hern Isted lu, and the numlier of
his regiment. I 'barges for any V mil of Army Intelll
geneo will be Two Doi.i.ss, and any person writing
will pleann emlosn) tti amount, lu order to aocure
utlrntioii to llinr iiiipiiries.
Adrtren: .rtnv Inlellieri, e (itlice, i-t. Umls, Me.,
In earn P u Pox IMS. jlu., lv..-ly
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED
ANOTIiKR LARliK'l.OT 0;-
( i.-isn; i s i' i: r f
I'lintt-, v.ittKliitn, Lit wit
IlitK t-H, !) Lhiim s, ilks,
Itobch, Liticit-i, 'i--tJ,
.SKIRTS, WIIJTK GOuVS.
HOSIERY & GLOVES,
(.GODS FOK WKWS VEMl,
Which we oiler to the trailu al III i,icaI Wliolie
sale pi ires.
k r.t ui.icic , nitn. ov to.,
No 2, Kiii-.ley a lluililu.g, lioutli S. le Kqimnv
H. C. JAGKSON,
It (.) J 10 Jt,
Produce Cociniisslou .llcrrbaii.,
o. ri, KODTII ?lICKl:l' ftl'.,
(JOHN M. Hll.l.'S CUX K.)
Ila on liaud and for .a a ai tho lowest figure, ;
H llbl. Il.at t nmlly Uur,
l,.VMI lliialicla l'olut,ora, t ry I lu.
VK Iteai iii a Wrnpplng Faper,
-O 'ak Huron,
lO lloaea lolinito,
20 llbla. Ileal FuivMy I lonr.
AI.-si, All. IIDS of
The attention of dealer, and consumer, are luv td
to b i. sto k.
JsaT Particular stteoliou given to the ordere of
Coniitry Mr linotK, and lit joircta. Hii sale -f all
kind, of 1'roUme. m-yl-lm
hobert i.ioonr: & co.
C(iv-k;nv fists or rtiTrox, tuhauxi ulkd
Fi.ATIli.lU"! and 1'RObl'lK g avraily , will reonive
our brl atieuiiou. ' may 14
Freight! for Hew York, Philadelphia
WK ARK r-ORWANMNO OOTT 0 M, TOBAftXJ Ac ,
on air. advtni-gn-us l tuj. (lut J r.rVle.i
trwt.ru U 'ia t.iu-rrlil Klyer.
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