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Datlt Dmi, per annum. .......... W 00 " VKk 20 Tbi-Whim.t tmol, per annum 1 00 Wtair I'mosr, per annum $1 00 wnwiuinjimngniiwii wwiimiiw - - i WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOV' 2C, 1862. To Army Officers and Soldiers. ! MILITARY DLAfiSIS, SUCH AS Enlistment Blanks for Recruiting, Monthly Company ILetarn3," ; Officers' Pay Accounts, r . Descriptive Rolls, Ac, Ac, 4c, CONSTANTLY ON HAND, and for sale on the most tnodcrato terms Wo are also better prepared tlinn any other establishment In the city, tu exccuto with the grant ed! despatch and on moderate, t'Tin?, ANY JUNL) Olf GOVERNMENT PRINTING, and wwt respectfully Solicit order. Tueatkf,. The Iioubo was again crowd ed last night, and the performance was unexceptionable. We have no room for comments this morning. Wo will add however, that the theatre is well warmed, good order ia observed, and everything is carried on in a slylo (hat cannot fail to render all comfortable who attend. Tho play fo-ni";ht is "(Jiialdi," with tho "Irish Tutor" as an afterpiece." Messrs. Haiide & Co., News dealers, No. 4S College Btreet, propose to keep constantly on hand all tho lato News papers, together with an endless variety of Hooks and Stationery. These gin t Io nic n have before done business in this city, and have gained a reputation as prompt and accommodating business men. Their advertisement will bo found in to-day's paper. Tim Kiveh. Cumberland ltiver is de plorably low. A gentleman who has been connected with tho steamboat busi ness for many years, informs us that there are but four inches of water on llar- pcth Shoals. Tho river has hot been so low since 1839. Tho weather has been clear and cold for some days; at present it is cloudy, with a prospect of snow in stead of rain. Cotton. -Several lots of cotton has 'changed bauds in tho last few days, at from 52 to 55 cents; at the latter price there is a demand for all the good cotton, say, equal to middling, that is in the market. No tobacco here. We hope soon to be able, to report that thore will be receipts of new crop; it would sell at good prices. . . i Found. A commission and discharge front service, belonging to Sergeant Charles Hall, of tho First Eegiment of U. S. Cavalry, which ho can have by call ing at this olllce snd paying for this ad Tertisemcnt. Citizens or Naalivllle. Messrs. IIahdh & Co., 48 College Street, are now delivering the Cincinnati, Louisville, and New York daily papers at stores and residences, in any part of the city, for twenty-five cents a week. Leave orders at 48, College Street. nov2G tf. ' The Fire Committee of the City Coun cil are requested to meet at the Mayor's oflice on Wednesday, tho 20th inst.. at 4 o'clock, 1 M. It ia hoped that tho members will all bo present, as business of importance will bo brought before them. Any member of the Department who Las been expelled or suspended for neglect of duty or other causes, and per sons having complaints to make against Jhe Department or any of its members, will have an opportunity to appear before tho Committee and have their cases con sider, d. By order of the Chairman. Nov25-2t : i ' Wanted to Rent, The whole or a portion of a furnished or unfuriiibln 1 house, not too far t coin tho l'obt-ollieo. N..v'2r.-2t ' Address." h Hi f Through Again. Tho public will be delighted to learn that the Louisville and Nashville Railroad if now fully repaired aad that the first train of cars arrived here through from Louisville yesterday evening. Tho shriek of the iron horse as he came thundering into tho city, after an unconscionably ong absence was hailed with acclama tion by our community. May his joints never more be afflicted with the Morguh rheumatism. By tho new time table, the passenger train will leave here at 8 o'clock A. M., and arrive at G o'clock 1'. M. The trains had eight passenger coaches besides the Express car, baggage car and others necessary to its running. We learn that six hundred dollars worth of through tickets to Nasville were sold in Louisville yesterday morn ins. There was also an arrivaf of two freight trains consisting of forty-six cars. Board of Trade. The Board of Trade appointed last snrinir for this port, tocrant recommend ations to such loyal parties as desired t.i oh in irnnia tn (i,ia nl.n rB,inri nnnr. ations a few days ago, and are granting recommendations, to a limited extent, to persons who are friendly to the Gov- ernmcnt. We refer the reader to the advertise ment of 11. G. L. Claihohne. lie has several houses in Claiborne's Addition, which ho is desirous of renting. The houses are well fitted up with all the modern improvements. Any one wish ing to rent a home can be accomdated by J FiRK. The alarm of lire last night, about half past seven o'clock, was caused by the burning of Messrs. Jackson & AtiAM's carpenter shop, on Broad street. near the Chattanooga K. E. tunnel. Supposed to bo tho work of an incen" diary. An Ikon Ecu. In Dresden there is an iron egtr, the history of which is some tiling like this: A young prince sent this iron egg to a lady to whom ho was be- trothed. She received it in her hand, ana loouea at it wmi disdain. In tier indignation that he should send her such gift, she cast it to the earth. When it loilclicil t.hn irrnunfl. a snrinir riiiinitiirlir bidden in tho egg opened, and a silver o- 1 - I Il ' ' 1 yoiK rouea out. fcrss toadied a secret spring in the yolk, and a golden chicken revealed ; bIio touched a spring in the chicken, and a ruby crown was found ...:il.:. . t i. ...i ; .i . I duo luiiuii-u u fining in me crown, m.u niiniii n was a uiamonu marriage ring, story. There is a mora! to the Trains are running from this city to Eussellville, on the Memphis Branch of tho Lr.uisville and Nashville Eailroad. Louisville Journal 'JIM. Sine aflvntfocmctttui. r ii i: a t it i: S. B. TU'FFIELT).. Mnnager. G'LAUPK O. HAMILTON 8tago MiinHger. 8. T. SIMONS., Trciuurer. Wednesday Evening Not. 2U lSG2t GIRALDI; Or, Tho Invisible IIuslancl! SONG, Mb. IiUFFIELD. IRISH TUTOR ! Thursday, Benefit of Mrs. J. R. Allen In preparation, LOVE'S SACRIFICE, end 111K HOU.-KllOUl FAIRY. EXCHANGE. bight Checks on Louisville HOUGI1T AND BOLD. A. O. SANFORD & CO., Kihukui Attn MONhY Dentin, Kor23-U ft J Culligu trcel, Mvrtltaail' Rank. F 0 11 KUWT. T It AVE FOliR TWO-STORY BRtOK HOt'SKS X r,r rent !'r lni.:), near the ICeservoirt on lA'hauon piko. 1 hs lire v'ry riiit'rtMOI lion-,, en ; Imvd hc!i flight roonm, a eiul Iiouhiv mi iitiiiiol- ant pupply ol liytlnml wulcr, urn m uilmlralilj Pltunti'd for oliOtiuini; mipll'H that tunaou lui rnrrly Ui bund to market, moling one rilit at their iUors. I refer to Mr. Dvin I'm rl, City Hank ; mid Mr Ghiihtii, linn of drlllltli A J'i r .1 h , lor uny turther inloriiialiou, liny lu ll lehauH lor llie pr Kent yi ar. 11, ill 8:',iki, ,avaii,' ipiarli i Iy. N,,m, wi ll Iml, im il, vriil be ri'iimreil. Keiilen i nn i''ly o me any alu r- noon, at my ii -l iuuie, on lein,,n .ikp. NoyMl M. ti. L. CLAIDORNK. Jua. l. IUuds. Hi. II Hkohn. Cius. U. lloiun. ITARDK & CO., News Dealers, Bookseller! and Ctationeri, are now open nt llirlr old nlmul, No. 48 COLLEGE STREET, nlieru liny are 111 r i ) I 1 1 Nil II, e Daily and Wi'fJily nsp;:pfrs, ,MA(iA.l N Kfc1, .Vr. We invito all our ol,l tiirn ln to , iir in, n rail. 1' r'"im u i'l.lnn any of t' l1 Cii i-innat', I,,,nUil e ri N, U-rK ilai!n i iim l.,,' tin-in ili', i ri ,1 at thiii i ni in tl illy lor i weiily Ih w ei,in m' hi,'k . l.v 1 ii ii lln u .n o, r- ,n II A It D U &' CO., r ..!,,! , ,. fn in V '! ioIh' Itaiilt. r.o.. ! if - . Sticgrajffc.- special Telegraph to the " NaslivWo TJnlon." MIDNIGHT DESPATCHES. Latest from Fredericksburg. Burnside's Forces Withdrawn from the Potomac' Gov. Vance Proposes to rasie 10,000 Men. Money Market Intelligence. Louisville, Nov, 25. Fredericksburg has not been shelled, for reasons satisfac tory to the commanding General. It is rumored that Jackson is still in the valley, with a large force. Tho Petersburg Express of the 21st 8y9 il 9 l,rvi7 wcl1 ascertained that L.nrn8iile lias withdrawn me bulk ot 1)18 forcrs from t,i0 Potomac to tho Kappa hannock. We presumo that correspond ,nS movements have been mado by liee. Washington, Nov. 25. Ex-president Buchanan, in the National Intelligencer of to-day, closes the controversy between Scott and himself, and claims that he has already furnished clear and explicit responses to allegations of Gen. Scott Governor Vance, of North Carolina, . , . , , takes strong grounds for a vigorous pros ecuuon onuo war. tie proposes to raise a reserve force of ten thousand men for Slate service, to bo discharged in the spring in time for farming operations, Cincinnati, Nov. 2.". Gold declined lo one twenty-eight ; silver and demand notes unchanged, ono t wenty-threc ; exchange steady, one-eighth discount and par. Messrs. Haude Sc Co. w ill accept our thanks for tho latest dates of Louisville and Cincinnati papers. Their energy ami 8UCcess in supplying the public with ... . . 4 . . ... . . , ,uc ia,lPl "Mn"" '""J tommtnaaoit Ki vrnnv nv rovnnrssvpw tw Kobth Carolina. Tho Newborn J'wjren of the 12th of November declares on authority tlmt no warrant, will !.fiisnp.l l.v Gov. ...... ernor Stanly for the election of members of (jomrress. excent there sliallbe a de sire manifested to that end by the good people ot North Carolina, Provost Marshal's Office, Nashville, Tenn., Nov. 24, 18ii2. All olllcers and soldiers belonging to the Confederate Army, who aro now in this city, on parole or otherwise, are hereby, ordered to report at this oflice j before 12 o'clock, M. on the 2Gth inst, or be considered as spies, and punished ac cordingly. ALVAN C. GILLEM, Col. 1st. Tenn. Inf 'y, Troy. Marshal. Nov.25-2t. Trovost Marshal's Office, ) Nashvillk, Tenn., Nov. 24, 18C2.J The attention of dealers in all kinds of liquors is called to the fact that all permits for the sale of liquors, malt, spiritous or vinious, are hereby re voked. All violations of this order will be summarily punished. ALVAN C. GILLEM, Col. 1st. Tenn., Inf'y, Trov. Marshal Nov.25-5t. TitovosT Marshal's Offick, Nashville, Tenn., Nov. 19, 1802.$ Sutlers are reminded that their ap pointments confer no authority to sell anywhere except with tlwir twn regi ments. All Sutlers doing business in this city are ordered to close their establishments, and join their regiments, without delay All violations of this order will be summarily punished. ALVAN C. OILLKM, Col. 1st Tenn. Inl'y, Trov. Marshal Nov. 20 lw. Dully i'oniifcllon wllli the l.uuin vlll ltallroad. lA It K, 8U.OO, Tkai.ky d- Swan are again in tho fh-M with llieir larp rasm-iigcr Wagons for MitchelUvillo antl Franklin, Ky. F.vt'ry lwdy wishing to po nlionlil ap jily fatly every day to eectiro oeala for next day. OCT rartsengers called for at tlair residences at 80'doi L, A.M. TKALKV & SWAN, Nt'vli-tf No. L College Btreet. NOTICE! All Mechanics and Laborers WHO WORKED ON THE FORTIFICATIONS In ai d ulioul Jia-hvi'Io d'lrliig the month of . October, will CAUL OX TUESDAY, NOV. 25, At Opt. Uorton Office, on Cedar Ftret, n"r Cher' y, FOR SETTLEMENT. rr-T. J. s. c. Mourns, Chief Engineer 14tli Army Ore. KoTS3-2t WRAPPING PAPER FOR BALK AT THE . . ' "ARMY NEWS DEPOT," On I'nion Street, 1otvccu Cherry ana college. Nov'i'l-Clt For Sain. x-rit FRESH OYSTERS, IIUTTEIt A!D VAitiS, Vt 2o. '1-7 Union Street, Nov23 C. L. IIOLLISTER. OOUR KUAUT 60 I(arrel, for srtlo low, KJ Py WM LYON. DOORS, SASH ft d WINDOW GLAS, tmn ""nil, and our ollli-.ial Drawing, sent to nil cor For S;i!o by WSf. LVOV. respondents. TIRK EIIICK :s,000 in More, tor Pule pvAMAGEU FLOUR 30 Hies, for ;a!e i liy WM. LVOV. "VTAIIjS 150 Kf'ijj. aborted, for pule by XI WM. LYON, 41 Miiritt ntr)t. I") ELTING. LEATHER AND GUM. for J aale by WM LYON. DISSOLUTION. 'IMIK FIRM OK ANDERSON & ROMANS WAS 1 tliis 'lav (lisxolveil, by mutual coiimiit. The bno'KBftiri ut'eouuts will be found ill llie haniU of Atulrovv Aii!'-r"ii, for rollect ion, who alone Ih uu tlioriz 'il lorei'elpt lor tlie mino ; iui'1 will curry on tho aliovn bii'iiicsH at tbo obi Hlantl, Nu. 63 UroaJ htrcct. Oivlum Hulicittal. ANI'HKw ANDERSON. J. ii. ROMANS. (). fiber ItSlli, IbOli. Nov21-2w DEUGS ! 4 LI, KIND1? OP DRTTOS IiOUGIlT AT XL No. 09 Cherry street, mar Diwl-viclt stttvi ict31 2w UnnibursfiMT.t of liiccrs. OFFICERS OF THE ARMY, who hiivo bei'ii at any expense in llie funimtioii o: their Ccliipaiiies and Regiment", can bo Reimbursed by Government, by plai'.iiK their C'l unis lu tho hands of CHARLES H. GREEN, Agent CviitUtn cf Vlaiiua &ijiint the (lavernment. 0FnC12 No. 38 II0HTH CHERRY ST. No18-tt NOTICE ! rpHE t'NPEUSIONED DEC. TO INFORM THE X Public that they have REMOVED from their Store on I'nion Street, To Ho. 22 PUBLIC SQUARE, prcvioimly occupied by Nicholson 4 Ilt MPUUtT. The Ladles especially will confer a fayor in nuliciug the Hoove. E. & J. NORTHLIAN, '22 Tiililic Sii,ire, two doors from Collide Btect. KoTlu-lw SPECIAL NOTICE. ALL PERSONS INDEBTED TO M. POWERS, ou Ills ClotliiiiK buslmus, am hereby untitled that Southern money i,l bo received in payment of their accounts lor thirty days riom oatu Ills Hooks and ollieo la now at Mirm, Ubht A (Jo 's, No. Ti ortli Market Btreet. Not lS-lin Quartermasters' Certificates PURCHASED BY CHAS. II. GREEN OFFICE, No. 38 Cherry St., (Up Stain.) Dr. King's Dispensary lUlt I'UIVATE 1ISKAM:. rj1 it.0 lat four voars of LomiTtlle, Ky. Kriil wim nu rinvi-tl4l turn uaiin the treatment of private disnaaoi for SO years, UslUir hlmsaif, haYliir attended to practice for so mam years, and cm od so many thousands, he Is enablod U oureall dleeaaca of a private nature, no matter tin bad they may be from Injudicious mediciai troalmetit, or from Defect of tbetrown. Dr. Kmft's llspensr' No 2tf l"eaderickstret, between Cherry aud tiiewioare. enond story, wtere be cures all disease of privets atore. Uouorhea cured without naiuoous medlrlDos or In. erlorence with business Slriciiiree of old or rooent dale, ertoclually cured t few days, by an ojieratloa ahioh oauaes bo pa n. Where a Stricture eiim benlth c.i.Lol be euK.ve.t- Perhaps no difka'.e caiue.'S more luiacbltT snd -.a.Uv iiuueethe oouslilulion so much. Jl 'I'll, wii.i mi i mi uineiuiAiui boa aaiu , Kruw oil jjI ufucf'lixt or bat treaimetit, can he eCTortaallT sured In a lew davs. Ssminal H'oJtnMi Particular alt 'ntiuo hsvini h'.j irlveu to thisdiaeano, and all the notieooueuoee tfrowief nut of tl, brought on la many catca ty ttio ilueiruclirf nanus or innonsl'lerale youllis,and exceesive indoi fence of the passions, a Uiylei tof which wlil liu,le-( minetUe cuiei iluiiun, rn li rn,f U1.1 ul i:t ULlllfif buatuiaa nr socioly , and u sin prciualiue old ace. Female who may be 'aLoricg with any difficulty De Wointi may real aaiire.i iainie,rhte repel Perron ree' lmp abroad, bv writinr ami statins thell oam), wtln alne enclosed, dlrcol to Dr. A. Kiut, No. 2 lawlerti k street, Naebville, Tenn. , will have tlie noroa. i y mediciui' soul to tmnr al 'nex. (':nw bur Iroia f n' ii a is taa m.'u. . 11. m m tl e.euluf M. MAEUURG, No. 42 Public Square, (7.ir,;.v Jlrof. Oil K'i'ld, T y 1 1, n COMMENCE J 1 1 - I'lKST Al'i'TIflM ' ,"ul,i at toe uliovii w llknuMii old M.itul, en M.'MIAY MullhlMI, the I'.ll ill I , Willi II I iri: lot of Dry .sia. ('IoIIiiiil'. Mhc li"i n, K:bb ts a winch Mill be s, ,, at b:ir : iiih t'ir 'I iiru '-', nioti' v t-.no tu I ulllUtell, at III the eulire eiui . I. sold k B.I t 1,1 ii ,e Ulilil l It l',.r s.ie in v-i. I Vi V. IiENTUCKY Library Association Co LOTTERY. MANAGERS. Draw, Daily at COVINGTON, Xy.J AT 12 AND 5 O'CLOCK. Under the Sttperinlemlencs of Suwrn Commissioners. CAPITALS $5,000 to $40,000 Tickets from One L'ollnr to Ten Dollars. - AH orders for Tickets, address R. FRANCE & CO., tV Circulars Pent free to oil ordering. uly29-df,m M. L. ALEXANDER, Auction Sc Commission MERCHANT, No. 71 MlTAItr, NASHVILLE, TENN. QOLICIT3 CONSIONMENTS, AND WILL OIVE tJ prom,t attention in tin- sale of Dry Goods, Loots, ItKrERENrra: Mol l is It Strltton. R- H. Ilnlllns wi., i. . iuiicuu a tu,, rtuauvuie, ienn. Charles H. Green, AGENT FOR TFIE , COLLECTION OF CUIUS AGAINST Tlia U. S. GOVERNMENT. Office, No. 38, Cherry Street, (OP STAIRS.) July li'T If. Claims Against the U. States. I.I.KV II4I I ail!t In ..ll...l J.X. I . claims .leuliint any of the I'nltod Stales autlioru ties citnei- lu ro or at w anUmjjtuu. tin may bo found at mc wwanee rouse. Nashville, June l'JLb, 1802 AMD SPRING VAGONS 7 FOB BALB AT MYERS, HUNT & Co's CARRIAGE WAREROOMS, XT XT T "I J Cil i PS Ortll JVlarlCCt OtrCete NBAB TUB bgUARB. Nov.l am. 24 24 24 24 24 Startling Intelligence! NOTION To BJUOltKItW, ami KVIiUyilOUY. OOMK TO NO. 24, DC A UK RICK STREET. Where you will Dad the CHEAPEST TOBACCO, In KnahvlIU A 1.,. i i , J ""l'K-l"WiIr, Cotton. 'J'-!i, JiUioi, Jvluitirtl TalIt-nlt . .. . , . . . ,' Pln""1' BK,' U'l". I hpitifiH, Viiuiuar, Koap, I CJiinlloH. Miilolim , . ,,, , JlrilhliOH, 2tiCkinK, rwine, V I'lipiitna-IIH!', iVc, Sco. Don't force! the rl c. I .t t v . . m. 3 t, JJUclQCI JCii, HCO-T VsllCrtV, F. BL'(;iI Si CO. Aov.4 lm 24 24 24 24 24 MEDICAL DEPARTMENT or TUB UNIVERSITY OF NASHVILLE. -:o:' rpiIE IlEfil'I AIl HEStilON Will, PEN Ai I u.i al on lli lt , iid.y In Nov minr an 1 coiiliiiue until tlio lMt or !M trrli lut.'t. W. K. KoWLISli. Nov.I-i;w. ,;. To all Hie ITlilitury licpartiuenl In the Dihlrict ol tlie lil. ON A NU AFTEIl TI.':C lr t .' Y oh- Jl'l.Y 1V.2, will "i-eri aii-oni''.- nt il'O : t. ( 4 i olel In KU vilbe, T. nn'v.se, n ui.s u tl s n etr. . t. "i is'i'ita f!,e I;, .nil ll..,,M f .... -.!1. I.' u ,. II -.1 r ,,.f iu , ,g uu.'.'t, I, r'tnree iio.hIIih frmu I Ju 1st lsi. 1 Hil.i I - hAH' .. r . ltif Co',t'i t ,r Iui iiu- I 1 U ii I ol obi', N. IV "I :li si INro i I m , ti i lor unit utli 1 uljt!ti ROBERT L MAITLANI) & GO General Commission Merchants AND , B.ilNKSR S, C3 and G5, Loaver Street, and SO fxcatt Place. R.wr I,. V TiJjri Witui V Ni..ur. Ut TENNESSEE BRANCH A A . A .1 h if .1 eoNDreTrn it HAKVEV, COLLINS & BRACE, WASHINGTON, T). C. CHARLES H. GREEN, Agent No. 38, Ch erry Street, Nashville, Tenn. THIS AC.KNCT pone.neii pec-nllar facilltlei for h ancoenhful iiroecution ami celtUineiit f ( nnnila apaltiHt tbe General Government of KVKBT DE.-TUIPTION, Its coniliutora Laving Iim.1 r-yrt years' experience tu the mniiHKcniont of clnana foro Co"Krc"' ort of ci,,in,., ami ti. k.. IH0 A"'ni tiiit'iiin ( it itMiiiiiuiit I'ClDfC lUIn onclily acqnalnteil and f, miliar with tlie law m4 reuiuiiuun governing (iieir niijuinieni. Particular attention will be irlven to c, ! nrji tij out of the prevent nr, IihIihIIhh tlw aivomiU of Stiiten, Contractor, ami Dinburitltig Ollicerii tif lb War and Navy Departments, ami for ''Collect lug Drilling, and OrRaiiizinir Vol tintrcra," tho roinibnrsoment of lili li is author izedbynn act uf Contsremi; CLAIMS FOB INI EM NITY FOR TRIVATK rUOTERTY TAKKN FB rrni.10 ti on rou dama;kh to ptjcd I'ROrEUTY, for Hi men lost In tho aervlre, arid tVr military I'ay I'enalonn, and Itounty liundi We (rive aperial attention tu proriiriUR I'en. slonst llonittlos, eto., accrtiiUK to Soldier who have been wounded, contracted iii enm, cr tl familiea or such as have died, or been killed while Is the discharge of their line of drt.r as such during Id present war Hjiecial care will also be given to claims width have boon heretofore Ite (cried or Suspended I by Hio IHpaitnientsor I uvllrtciilly iunilgcd I Prompt attention nlno niven to tl.e collection ! Qiiartermaster'H Rereipta ghen f.r I'mjierty takes tor tin line of the Army, to imMiiliiK Accounts wfth I ami eiillectiinr ( luinis ni' iiiiHl 111., I iim i , r ,,. u ru. partlin lit. All Claim placed In our hands receive our 1'rompl I'craomil At ton tioil, thereby serurinit many which, lu the lunula uf an Attorney at any distant point, froiUont!y prnvo tiiiHUCcesHlul. Aniilo from tins decided uilviititiijie, our daily Inter couiso with all the Deiartinents eunbles us in dim cases tu obtain decisions much more spei-dily thai where ill; uommuiiicatiou and other nccctry deWtR must bv comlucleit through the mulls. To this vnd, we solli it you to forward to us any or all cases of such emu,,, l r you iimj I ruin time to time have piesenteil, and, as Is our custom, w will hir nlsh juii with nil tlio uecesiuiry blanks, aud, wbea required, Instmctious. No chargn mado In any rase nnless successful. Address: CIIARI.KS 11. CKKKN, No, ilH Cherry Htreet, NiuhviMe, Taua u i: f l at 12 is v, u s : """ k,b" wLi.-H....Mayor (of w.bi.,gM. I " B. FEWII CcnuiilHaloiier uf Pt tills A Uuililiiiirs. (Jior.oa .1. Ham Erie, l. " TiioMAall Fi.oii.NCR....,.Phllitlolphla, " ('. H. ("I'liTiH Warren, " " K 1 1 J all Ha suit Erie, " Wn.tJAM Dr.NMiHi.i (Governor of Ohio. Joeuii Jl. Li oas, Chirncii, Illinois. ' Ciiaiii r. B. IIoabii Wiiteitnwn. N. . Capt. W. W. DinmiNs Erie, Pa. W. T. cMituson at Co bankers WaalilnatOM D. C. W, P. FiiattacK Esq Meadville ,Pa. SAtttTRt, A. Foro, Esq ('hicafro, Illlm's. Cout IlABiwi a, Esij Terra Haute, Ind. P. A. I'owKii., h.sq I lucliinatl, Oblo.B W. A J. W. ltoimia Gen. Mursat Whai.im San FraurlsGO.Cal. John D. IlAYxra, Esq Aurora, lnd. A. r. HabveT, Jti-q Nebraska, N. T. ' W. K. IIabviy, Esq Omaha City, N. I. mou.o. w. J'aii it l eru.M. T. Ciiabi.rs P. Caosar, Esq. ...Detroit, Mich. Thomas M. Wnaox, Esq',... New Halllniore, Ml waixiho A JaxroBos Keokuk, Iowa. W- l Il'KH. R,Ksq Kansas Territory. H. HrnTiaimm, l. & Co.. Wt Broadway, N. T. Bowaas, Hiismaii k liaAO- 3i, M and IM) Veeey 0t , ai. Jr New York. 0 A anMtR A Doikjs Id Warren street, F.T. Jtaom U. Uuoi, Eiq Nassau st, tor., WaB New York. L. K. BniKt.T, ltsq.... 407 Proadway, N. T. Wiu iah Dt'BYPA, Esq !(! Fulton street N. T4 CiiaSi.m Foi, Esq Clnclunatl, Ohio. Jamka C. (. kiios, Esq ('vlinrtoii,IKy. Mab'ts A. Finch, t.q Maysville, Ky. July-lMy. ' mma umim:s for salb MACHINE NEEDLES for (.rover & linker' Wheclf Uiltiou' and Howe itlacblne. Also, MACHINE dL, And etery lliluu j-t t;iiriiiiif to Sewing Uavhios) All kiln Is ol MACHINES REPAIRED, At W. Fbsrhan's Wall P,i,c, Mi.re, Cor. Deadvrlek street and Piiidic Npiare, a'ii!'.'-l,v Ity f. nlMIIHUi Governmont Claims. ANDREW McCLAIN WILL (ilVK I'llOMPT ATTENTION TO TflB I ! l i,,ri uf cl iilnsof every kind n'suift rbe Coveruiie iit of tho United otaiur u,lru,-'d tu kia tare. 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