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T T K It 31 s : , . .
ni.tn.YL'ittrit, peraonum 100
,( week...., 20
MHBf -Weekly Tw,tit annum.",,.. ...'. .I5 oo
V'imt t'mos, per annum.
MORNING. NOV. 14, 1802.
S uiy of Union Citizens and TJnion
A meeting of the Union citizens and
t he, Union rciugeei now in tbis city, will
S; held at Representatives Hall, in the
This '(Friday) Evening
T-e 0.i o'clock.
iAddreisea will be delivered by Generals
17,BKcnASR, McCook, Neclf.y, Gov. An-
lf,!istnv TInn. .TnRliAV StOIKH.
Q,i wv jw.'I " 1
nihjor Smith, and other distinguished
f"nHvery Union man and every Union
tigee are invited to attend,
at . '
.By order, . '
n WM. II. "WISENER,
Chairman l'relirainary Meeting.
Reported Fight near Lebanon.
gentleman from Gallatin informs us
t news was Irought there by a cou-
T . . . .
a . . n v Af n nan a v rY an nnvivpnipni
far Lebanon, on Tuesday evening, be-
een Kbnnett's and Woolford'b Cav-
ry, and some infantry, with Mokgas'b
cei, in which the guerrillas were coui
kly routed, with the loss of a num-
,l,r killed, and one hundred and twenty
, ,e prisoners, and a number of horses
;0r forces were in fall pursuit of the
Pfuainder of the rebels. We hope the
s,)ort may not only be confirmed, but
it the band of outlaws who have so
Lig infested this State may be totally
a . -
trTjiEATi!E. The theatre was well filled
'it night, we understand, and both
'.ces went off satisfactorily. To-night
' have the " Provost Guard," and " Om
'jjus." Notice. If Geo. II. Tkoutman, An
isoii Troop, of Gen. I'iell'h body
ird, will call at Col. Gillem's oflke.
pitol buildings, ho will find a letter to
Connection witli the Ioulw
Tkaley & Swan are again in the field
ith their large Passenger "Wagons for
Iftchellsville and Franklin, Ky.
Everybody wishing to go should ap
y early every day to secure seats for
;xt day. Q7" Passengers called for at
icir residences at 8 o'clock, A.M.
5 TEALEY & SWAN,
No. 5 College street.
Pay Out Tennessee Money Only.-
old, Silver, Greenbacks, Kentucky. In
i)ana, and Ohio money, now bring quite
.. ; .i i i f
large premium wueu tAcuuigcu lur
ennessee money, which can be used
pre fust as well as Northern funds : and
'mo and money can be saved by selling
our Southern currency even at a large
iscount, and using Tennessee money u
taking purchases. . These exchanges can
e made on the best terms at the Insur-
ic, ExcJiange and Banking Office of W. J
Iabb, on College street, just below Union
Water Taxes !
The Superintendent of the Water Works
as positive orders to 6hut oft" all water
from delinquent tax-payers, oucu as
re in arrears win una u to tiieir inter
st to call forthwith at the office of t lie
lollector, and pay up.
Nov. 11, 18G2.-lw E. D. Gahuett.
General Granger has beeu appointed
'ost Commander at iiowlmg Green, and
ntered upon its duties. Colonel Bruce
tas been assigned to a more active com
nand and with an adequate force will
ake the held in Southern Kentucky,
vilu full uncreuon to make lus head
martens at Uopkinsville, Russell villc, or
Ihe where. We congratulate our friends
t that region upon the appointment of
'ol. lkuee.who will soon clear Hit country
if all nredatorv bands. A portion of
. . r . ......
lis command nave beeu uesputcneu to
'uBsellville, and as soon as the (.olonc
in nave la onier regiments property
equipped, the whole will march to the
relief of houtnern KttttucKy. -
The pork and beef packers of Chicago
have Dieted themselves to work lor no
hrtu lh il cmplojs negroes iu tlirir bust
. Washinbton, Nov. 10. The fallowing
is an extract from General IIalleck's
letter to Secretary Stanton t
IIf.apquarters op Tim Army,)
Washington, Oet. 28, 18G2. J !
To Ote Htm. E. M. Stanton, Secretary of War:
Sir : In reply to the general interroga
tions contained in your letter of yester
day, I have the honor to report. ' '
First That requisitions for supplies
for the army under General McClellan
are made by his staff officers on the chitfs
of bureaus here that is, the Quarteimas
ter applies by his Chief Quartermaster
on tho Quartermaster-General for com
missary supplies, by his Chief Commissary-General.
Sic. No such requisitions
have, to my knowledge, been made upon
the Secretary of War.
Second On several occasions General
McClellan has telegraphed me that his
army was deficient in certain supplies.
All these telegrams were immediately re
ferred to the heads of bureaus, with or
ders to report. There has not been, so
far as I 'could ascertain, any neglect or
delay in any depattment or bureau, in
issuing all the supplies asked for by
General llcClcllan or by the officers of
kis staff. Delays have occurred in for
warding supplies by railroad, on account
of the crowded condition of the railroad
depots, or a want of a sufficient number
Third Soon after the battle of Antie
tani, General McClellan was ordered to
give me information of his intended
movements, in order that if he moved
between the enemy and Washington the
reinforcements could be Bent from this
place. On the 1st of October, finding
that he proposed 1o operate from Ilapcr's
Ferry, I urged him to cross the river at
once and give battle to the enemy, point
ing out to him the disadvantages, of
delaying till the autumn rains had
swollen tlie Potomac and impaired the
roads. On the Gth of October he was
peremptorily ordered to cross the Poto
mac and give battle to the enemy or
drive him South. 1 snid to him, you must
move now wJtile the roads are in good condi
lion. It will be observed that tftree ivceks have
elapsed since that outer was given.
Fourth. In my opinion there has been
no such want of supplies in the army
under General McClellan as to prevent
his compliance with my orders to ad
vance upon the enemy. Had he moved
his army to the South sido of the Poto
mac ho could have received his supplies
almost as readily as by remaining in
active on the iSoi'Mi side.
Washington, Nov. 10. Nothing has
yet beeu received, either at tho Navy
Department or from passengers from
Norfolk to-day, confirming the roported
capture of 3,000 rebels at Plymouth,
North Carolina, by General Foster.
It is ascertained that the assignment
of GeiU'ral Burnsido to the command of
the army of tlw Potomac without limi
tation, hence tho reports that any other
General will take the position recently
held by McClellan aro not well founded.
This is at least the present state of affairs.
All the statements alleging that there
is a disallcction in the army in conse
quence of a ohargc in the command of
the army of the Potomac are pronounced,
by thoso who have the best means of
knowing, to bo without foundation.
There is nothing in the latest foreign
intelligence to lead to an apprehension
of trouble between the United States
and foreign powers in American affairs,
unless it be from the speculators in fit
ting out privateers to prey upon Ameri
Mobile, Nov. C. Advices from Holly
Springs state that the enemy
ed in force to Lagrange, Ter
enn., and are
advancing on the place. Colonel Sack-
son s cavalry has had a skirmish at La
Charleston, Nov. C. Gen. Beaure
gard has ordered non-combatants to
leave Charleston with their moveable
property. He has also ordered all the
slaves to be removed. I his is done in
order to avoid embarrassment and delay
in case a sudden necessity should arise
for the removal of the entire population.
New York, Nov. 10. The recently-
reported challenge of Cassius M. Clay to
1). (J. Jjirdsall proves a hoax.
1 he anderbilt goes to-night in search
of the Alabama.
The following are extracts from the
Richmond papers :
The Richmond Whig, of the cUh inst.,
speaking of the recent Northern elections,
ays that they show plainly that the
tide sets all one way, and that against
Abraham Lincoln and his rampant war
party. If the electioneering assertions
and appeals of this party could be credi
ted, this success of the Democrats is al
most equal to a declaration of peace, but
they are not to bo credited, and we are
not permitted to take that comfort to ous
bosom. We have reason to hope, though.
that, with a Democratic Congress and a
Republican Administration, they will
regard each other with doubt, but that
o morrow they will be cultinir each
Destructive Fib in Charleston. A
correspondent of the Philadelphia In
guirtr, with the Charleston blockade, un
der date of (he 27th ultimo, lajs : "A
high wind prevailed all last night and
till continues to sonia extent. A tire
broke out last night in Charleston, ami
must have proved very destructive, as it
burned lor several hours, catiline a
bright flame ver the waleia of the har
bor. . The Miioke can still hi-seen this
;ocil Trlegri'li lotli " NibYill I'aiun.1'
Discovery of Silver in . Mariposo
, Countv, California.
Decrease of Bullion in the Bank of
', England. .
The Federals Occupy Hamilton, KT. C.
Fort Darling Greatly Strengthened.
The "War in Hew Grenada About
Rebel Cavalry at Burksville, Ky.
The Charleston and Savannah Bail-
road Torn Up.
San Francisco. Nov. 12. Great excite
ment on account of recent discoveries of
silver mines in Maripasa county. .
London, Oct. 31. Consols 93. Bullion
in the Bank of England decreased three
hundred and ninety thousand pounds.
Federal trocps occupy Hamilton, N. C,
and are progressing towards Wei don.
Ft. Darling materially strengthened.
New York, Nov. 13. Steamer Champ
ion from Aspinwall has arrived with
seventeen hundred and seventeen thou
sand dollars in treasure.
The war iu New Grenada is about
Burksville, Ky., Nov. 13. Sixteen
hundred rebel cavalry have arrived here.
They say that five thousand more will
immediately join them.
Port Royal. The Federal troops have
torn up portions of the Charleston and
New' York, Nov. 13. Gold 32to
Great Fanic among the Mississippi
An officer writing from Corinth, to a
friend in the North, ssys :
To give you an idea of the terror which
has seized upon the heart of " our South
ern brethren," I copy an extract of a let
ter written to Hon. John Perkins, Jr., by
a rebel Captain, T. F. Harrison, from his
camp near Holly Springs on the 7th of
August last, asking him to use his influ
ence with tho rebel authorities at Rich
mond to allow his company of cavalry to
return to their own county, to look alter
their insubordinate slaves. He says:
"There has been a million dollars'
worth of property destroyed in Madison,
that could have been protected with our
cavalry company. The negroes are de
moralized to such an extent on the river
(Mississippi) that they are ready and
willing to participate in anything that
the Yankees may wish when they return,
which they are sure to do. Now, which
should bo the proper force to meet this
emergency? Those interested in slaves
along the river, or those from the back
parishes, owning but few slaves or none Y
I suppose you have heard of about one
hundred Yankees going through the up
per portion of our parish and taking to
Vicksburgh some four or five hundred
slaves to work on their canal. Those ne
groes will return with promises of free
dom and with their minds poisoned, and
the injury which will be sustained by
our peoplo, unless some protection is af
forded them, will be incalculable. We
are in the most hepless condition of any
parish in tho Mate.
Another letter, dated Aug. 13, recom
mending the matter of the request to
further consideration, says: ''Our ne
grocs at least, such as were taken by
the Yankees have become greatly de
moralised from their association with
the Yankees, while at work on their can
al. This demoralization will, of course,
spread to the neighboring plantations,
and the result must be most djiastroim
wunoui a iimeiy cnecu on luciu.
' All accounts we get from the parish
agree iu this account of the utter demor
Iklizalion of the negroes that were em
ployed by the Yankees. Allan Bouri
has this morning received a letter, stat
ing that they are almost unmanageable
now. When the Yankees visit that see-
(ton of the country, as they are sure to
do again, they will of course be much
These letters refer, as will be seen, to
Vicksburg and that portion of Louisi
ana lying near it. Incy were among
Some of the captured rebel documents at
luka, and are hut samples of many such,
containing subject matter such as they.
The Mississippi aristocracy, who, in
violence and insolence equal their South
Carolina brethren, are sutlering the right
eous retribution of their treason. It is
folly for them and they feel it to
thiuk of conlrolling their slaves hereafter,
wh Are only following the example ol
their masters in rebelling, and indeed
have a far better cause for rebelling. Bo
I fore twelve months pliall have elapsed,
theso planters will rejoice to he relieved
1 of their chattels on any terms.
CJHilCX&D DAILY by V7. E. CHILD3 ft CO.,
" - No. 62, COI.I.XdE STREET. ' '
" Tlice qtl'biUoriR art fr Cnlted SUitra' Trsaa-
ury Jotfi, Obio, lucliauii, ul Kentucky :
nnfc -f ToimvMi !.... 10
I'nlon Biink 1
PlaatMVItoiik ,.."..... "
MftrrlinnU' Ilnnk M "
Dunk of tlio I'lilon., . . . . . , 2!) "
Tr.iffoM' Hank. li "
Rmfc of Commurr i... .40 '
C:ty Bank .2: ' .
Farmers' Bunk 6(1 " '
Bank of Parin M "
Hank nrrhattaD'Hf M
Bank of Muniui(.... M ' .
Biick'i Bank ' MS " '
CoDimrrcial Rink AO "
Southern Bank , 40
Eink or Niho 23 ,
Bank of BlielbyTilia !M
OcoenBaiik .., 00
Bank of Hauiirlclfre fiO "
Bank of Wm Tcnneee f5
Biink of Touniwra !M "
Northern Bank........ 2i "
Qnonrt and Bonth Carolina . : . . ". 42 dl.
Noriti Carolina and Virginia M "
Tiny in J. Selling.
Silvor M 11 la
DOI IITI I TL, WILD CAT.
Worth-W'ntTn Bank of Ooortla. 90
Hank of the Kmpirt- State, (.tortl 7S
Bank of Alhonj, Uoorgia.. J...tiU
Fulton Bank , 60
Hank of WhllflpM L'
Tiaibor-Cutlurs' Bank ;....60
Kefitse the Itxici of nil Itanka
Thi following Ti'une?we Bunkd aro broken, or
have boon womi.l up ; and their Note, if any are
out, are utterly worthless:
Agricultural Bank, at BrowinvlU.
Central Hank of Teunrmen, at Nashville.
Farmers' ami Mechanics' Bank, at Memplila.
- Mechanics' Bank, at Memphia,
MomnhiH Saving IuMiiuiiun, nt Memphis.
KxchaiiRO Bank, at Miir('ree?horo.
Miners' and Manufacturers' Bank, nt KnoxvllI .
Bunk of Kasl Tennessee, at Knoxviilu.
Bank of Trenton, at Trenton.
Il;t)k of Jelterson, at Pnndriilge.
Bank of Claiborne, at Tazewell.
B ink of Tazewell, at Tun-well.
f,:iwrencehurn Hunk, at Lawrenuclttirg.
Citizen' Bank, nt Memphis.
Bank of America, at Uarksvillej
WANT TO PURCHASE
Union and Planters' and Bank
of Tennessee Money,
Chattanooga and other Southern
Which wo will pnv thu hlnHe"t nrico. Also, GOV-
KKN alKNT CHECK.", "
W. E. CHILDS & CO.,
NovlJ-lw UKOKEltrf, R2 College street.
OPIVS. II. QREEisr
OPFICE, No. 38 Cherry Bt., (Up Btairs.)
0 SVNPAY EVENING ABOUT 3 O'CLOCK,
on the bank of the river, unuYr the Ilailroad
Uridine, a gold Wntch anil Chain, with a xmnil nonl,
I will .iy a reward of J 25 I't the return of the
watch to Die Union olnoc, or nuy iuforiuatiou that
will li-ail to Its recovery.
Nov. 11 4t ADAM COE.
STOLEN, ON gl'N'DAY, THE flth INST., FROM
my re-iil.-nc, corner of Vine anil Broad streets,
a PIM KKT-BoOii, containing J;i47 60 in Kohl, fai;8
In (Vreenbucks and KentiicVy money, a to) note on
the Biink of TonnoKgee, IHI5 iu I'lanters' Bank, and
S48 in one dollar Tennessee bills In all $1448 60.
The subscriber will pay the above reward for the
detection ot the th ir and recovery or the money.
Novl2-lw W. M. REYNOLDS.
Strayed or Stolen,
A BAY nOIlSE, WITII THREE WHITE LEGS,
white streak on tlw forehead, heavy mane anil
tail; no nark. Any person giving information of
the aiiove named borne, win receive liberal reward
for Pitch, by calling on Broadway, between College
and merry ttroetf.
N. P. VEItPY,
Lieut, and Quartermnster Ht Ind'u't Voia,
Oue Ilundred Wood-Choppers.
ff'HE UNDERSIGNED 13 IN WANT OF ONE
I hundred wood-choppers, to which will be laud
one dollar r cord for cutting wood. Enquire at the
Government wood yard, near the Louisville liepot,
Oct.lW, lm. I.. WITkOWSKI
Dr. King's Dispensary
lOIt IMtlYATI? DISEASES.
r7varwsk DR. K1NQ, formerly of New York, to
i iT the last lour years of Louisville, Ky,
u and who has devoted bia attentlout
the treatment of private 1ifao for HO yen-rs, Sailor
himself, havlnir all'iiuled to a practice fur so oin
yean, and oured so many thoayauda, ba II enabled U
ouresll disease o( a nrtvaia nttare.no matter bo
bad they may be from Injudicious medlclal treatment,
or from nerler.l of their own. IT. Kinr's illsix-naarv'
No S HcaucrM k street, between Cherry aad tuesqaara,
:ona siury, worre ne cures ail aiseaaesoi a private
Ounorhsa cured without nauieoua madlclnea or la.
rleronc with bualneea
Htricturet of old or recent date, eSectually cored
a few days, by an operation which causta Da .aia,
woers aMtrictura ex.ats neaitu ci.n.t be ecioyct
Porhas no diseaae caus. more mlach'.t'f aa l uc lc
a!ri,wlhecoustitullon iu muih.
Syphilia, Willi all the direiwtea of tba st'n, trown
not of neglect or bad treanuent,cui be edtctuallv
oured lu a lew daya.
JrMKiol Wtalm. Particular sttentloa hatug boea
flven lo ihls di and ail thv oonrieiiueoces jrrowii.ft
out of It, brought on In many eases by lUo dealrocliv
auuila of lucousidural youlhs.aud eicasiv mdul
fnnca of tbepaasin,a aefleotor whxb will unJer
minetbe eouaiilutii n, renderiuf the suhj-ict anntfot
bos nis or wiciety , and c s:Dr prpalure old age.
females who may be laUir.iiy ith any d.ftlcuity e
ke Womb may nwl sf nred ln.i'-liaie relief.
Persops rea ding ahroad. by w;;tltg and slating then
ease, :ih afttteuclosod, d:n-i to vt. A. King, Ko. I
l Jerli.B street, N'ahv. lie, Tmii , wul hire the aecea.
ry medicines sent to ireir llriw. 'ttlca boar
Irs n 4 r.'c o It Is lh a td:4 hhiIi V In th svealcg
AM) r.UM. for
wn j yon.
Library Association Co
K . ' -SJSSMSBBBJSSS
l . i .
Lraws Daily at COVINGTON, Zy.,
AT 12 AND 5 O'CLOCK-
Under the Superintendence of Sworn
$5,000 to $40,000!
Tirkfts from One Dollar to Ten Dollars.
Orders for Tickets will be promptly rent by ro.
turn mail, and our official iTawlug lent to all cor
T AM order, for Ticket, address
R. FRANCE & CO.,
sT Clrculara wnt free to all ordering.
' ' July29-dcm
M. L. ALEXANDER,
Auction &c Commission
No. 7 I'UHiaO WlCAllE,
SOLICITS C0NSIONMENT3, AND WILL GIVE
tirorai't attention to tlm ua ,,f lirv i n
Shnen, Huts and Merchandise generally.
w an Kties tuan, anu n iurns made promptly
Rkmbkncrs : Morris Kti-itini," T a ii.ftf?
Co., A. J. Duncan 4 Co., Niwhvlllu, Tenn.
Charles H. Green,
AtiENT FOB Tnit
COLLECTION Of CUIUS
U. S. GOVERNMENT.
Office, No. 38, Cherry Street,
July 20 tf.
Claims Against the U. States.
ALLEN A. HALL will atUnd to the collection of
claims aealnst any of the United States authori
tie either here or at Washington. He may be found
at the Sewiaee House.
Nashville, June 121b, 1862
I FOB BALE AT
MYERS, HUNT & Co's
JSTorth Market Street,
NEAB THE BQUARE.
24 24 24 24 24
and K VKIiynODY.
ISO. 21, DEADERICK STREET.
Where you will find th
in Nashville. Also
Coflee, Tea, llico,
1 Btarch. Sxla, I'ejijier,
Jlruw)eH, UlacltLng, U'wlne,
Vrupyinis-luxer, 6jC,t acc,
Pon't forget the pi cc,
NO. 24, Deaderick, Near Cherry.
r. Bran u to.
Nov. 4 lm
24 24 24 24 24
( - OK THE
UNIVERSITY OF NASHVILLE.
rnDE RF.on.Art pkssion will oi-en as
A. usual on the lt M 10 lay in Nuvi uiln r uu l
oooliuue until the 1st of M in h lsikl.
W. K. JIOH'LINO,
Nov.l 2w. lait n Vt '.i'i.
Toall lite Militurf Mepartineoia lu
lUe Uialrlct ol tbe Ohio.
ON AND ArTI.ll THK lrt I'AV V Jl'lT Ul U,
nl oj-i an oillco at il.e ( 'i.d Hotel iu Nah
T.H'e, ! i.n-e, ai l obBnMi str.et, o. (..,, te
the (.ault !! U-. ! l-.vII-, Ky., I"r hlltrantait.au
or t'eel In t:iU dv'i'W tu.et I. f r lim e mon'li froui
Juy l IMKI.r.-i KAlJ.v, Jr.,
lu-i T ll.i trsi-tor I' r ll." InMrii l of ol.i i
N. H III, !..! Market ; r if a il lor l uiile
ROBERT L. MA1TLAND & CO'
General Commisf ion Merchant
C3 and 65, Beavtr Ptrett, and 20 rxrLsc
Ronsnr I. M ruin. 1 V Vivfl;
Wiitua u-M.nr. i , "
MJ (J, H"2. :r
&TIQHAL mU AGENCY
Condi it to at
HARVEY," COLLINS & BRACE,
WASHINGTON, I. C.
CHARLES H. GREEN", Agent,
No. 38, Cherry Street, NasliTille, Tonn.
flllllS AtlKNCT possess peculiar fiu-illll. t f. r l
X succofsful prosecution unJ tptiieni! nt of l e
manls SKalnst Hie General. Government of EYKItY
PESCRtPTWN, ltd randnctora having hr.d s. vera
years' rperiene In the manaRoment of c!ni:rs
fore C'iii;ri", the Court of Claims, and ti e Kxeto
tive Deiartment at Washington, ami liflns; thor
oughly acqnainted and firn'liar with the law. and
regulations governing their adjustment.
Particular attention III le (riven lo m-ri arising
out of th present var, Including tlic !e)iint of
States, Contractors, and liishurning tiii'.iits of lh
War and Navy liepartnients, ami fur ' Collect
Idki IrllllnT. aud Oreaiiizin Vol.
unteer," the relinbiir."enieiit of wlilrh Inantlior
iwd by un act af Cin(rri s; CLAIMS KDt 1NPKM
nitt ron rnivATK vkopertt takkn Fon
PUBLIC rK!, Olt FOR PAMAliKM V) FCCH
PROPERTY, for Hi r s lout In the servi.-e, an I for
.TlllUary Iny, Pmaloim, ami Kniinty
We give special attentinn to pro.-nr ug I'eil-
loua, Ilountica, etc., accruing to S U ers
vrbo hav been oiindeil, contraiteg i, I enu', or the
families of such as have died, or been killed while In
the discharge of their line of ili'tv as Mich during th
lclal care will also be given to claims which
havo beeu heretofore KcJeCtcd or Nliapcitrtvtl
by the iHpartuieuts or I iicflrlt-iitlf .11 u ll aged .
Prompt attention also i vt ti to Il.e collei tinu of
(Jnarterniaiter'a Receipts given for Proj erty taken
lor tho nie of the Army, to ni ringing Acconnf s w ith
andcollecting Claims agitlimt the 'Jiiitrli ruiaKii r's Vvm
All Claims plnee l In our hands receive our Prompt
Personal Attention, thereby nernring many
which, In the hands of an Attorney at any distant
point, frequently prove uiisucccful.
Afide from this decided ail vmitnco, our dally Inter
course with all the 1'epartnicutH enables us in r.ios
cases to obtain decisions much more speedily tha
where al' communication and other mcexxary deleft
must be conducted through the mails.
To this snd, we solicit you to forward to is any or
all canes of such cliaiacter you limy from I.im.i to time
have presented, and, as is our cuhliu, we 11 f ir.
uish you with all tlio necessary blanks, and, wben
No charge made In any ase miles nuo ob'f'il.
Aiblress: niARI.FH If. ORF.KN.
No, Cherry Ctie t,
It E I l ll K V IZ Si
Hon IltcnAKD WiLLAOH.... Mayor of Washington
..ConiinisKliim c if Publio
...Philadelphia, I a.
. . Krle, "
...Watortown, N. Y.
... Crl, pi,.
. . Hanker Wahirij"l ,
B. B. FaL.vdi......
" GlMOV J. B a 1 1
" Tii.imah B Fiunr.M'1
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Capt. W. W. Din.is..
W. T. aiTnsos Jr Co.. ,
War. P. PiuTTjirit Esq Mea.Ivll'.e ,Pa.
Bai-Ei. A. Koao, Esq t;hlcago, Illinois.
CortOabuocb, Esq Terre Haute, Inil."
D. A. Pnwru, Efq Cincinnati, Ohio. '
W. A J. W. Bonwin,
Oen. McanAT Whai aa San Frunclsco.Cal,
Johm D. IIaynui, Esq A'trora, Iud.
A. r. ItABvav.KBq...,. Nebraska, N. T,
W. K. IlAaviT, Esq Omaha Uty, N. T.
Hon. 8. O. 1Uii.it Peru. N. T.
CnAaiaa P. Cbosht, Esq....retrolt, Mich.
Thomah M. WiiAOit, t,sq-....New 11a Illinois, Ml
Wai.umo ft Jurrouhs Keokuk, Iowa.
W. r. BiArKHOBX, Esq Knnsas Territory.
II. IICKTiauTOM, I. si k Co. .240 Broadway, N. Y.
Bowaas, lJKEiaAv k Ban- Hi, bi and .A Yey St .
rono, Jr New York.
0ansK A Ponna 10 Warren street, N.T.
JsaosiE B. Urea, Esq Naaaan st, cor., Wall sC
1j. K. IViritiiT, Koq ... 407 Broadway, N. Y.
WlUlAM HvaTBA, Esq 104 Fulton street N. Y.J
Cbablkh Fox, Eml . Cincinnati, Olilo,
J AMtia C. UtixiB, Esq Covington, iKy.
MAa'-rsA. Fikih, Esq Maysville, Ky.
GmOVKll Ac IIAUKJfrf
MWISQ Il(fl!GS FOR SALE.
For Cirover A: ICaker'a, Wheeler
Wilona un U Howe i'latlilnca,
' Also, MACHINK OIL,
And every thing p'Ttainlng iti Kewing Machine
All kinds ot
At W. FarruAi's Wall Paper Store, O.r. la..erlil
Siieel and Public r-viare,
auc-tf lly r. sPallli.
WILL CilVK PROMPT ATTENTION TU 1 11 C
cdlecUuii i f c. a lull of i very kind ii;"lnt lh
Covernuu nt i f t e I'niti d ntn e liitruclid to his
' OFFICE ON UNION STREET,
between Coliei: and Cherry slrc-ls, ('ip rsl ovi
fork Uuck Btom, ttASiivi.Lt:, '1im.ixi.s-
H E Ft M H K y C k H:
I'utldJo c ..uaj I Iward II. E.'ist, H'.muel K. llarn,
Uursce h. Ilarr.m.u, A J. l uioau.
: H'ilaon n,vty -Hon. .I'T hui M'ik' S.
kmkii lr. K. II. tiorion, J. W. Bow en.
IrKalb lounty Col. W. 11. aiok.-s
Warrrn county ll..lnrl Cain, (.oorge 1. rlul.Ufl. II
WhUn ro' Uf Wllharu lb."i-"li.
ItuOfrfuri cueV kdvtaid L Jordoii, WiilUuj I1J
Hr (l.r.1 loss's-Willlun II. Winner
Ml urtkall tuutdy Aimer .-lis I.
tHinHT 0I) ilin I'evti ii, Thoioa Ti ill!
J'l'i.nn v-UHty I'ftVi't .'In plil r I.
'.r Iraww-lb n. T. A. It. Nelsi n, lloi l.i 1 e-t
McKinney. a lb-tl
Vantcd to Eire,
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