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-A i ' Hi ll aKaisliuillcvStntdK. t F; It Jl 8 : ' DaiLT fair., per 'snem ft 09 ' ' :" " ,'; so" ti-frmr t'Kio, per annum , ..18 00 WsiIL L'HIOK, MT UDUB ti 00 WEDNK3DAY MORNING, DFX:. 17, 1802. 'We republish, ihlt ' morninp, on our Crt page, General Order No. 23, for the benefit of our rrtpr chant, M ruanj wish to are it, and our first edition containing It Lsfl been exhausted. TlIK Ct'M DF.IiLAHD IllVER. The COpi- ous rain that drenched this locality Monday, and Monday night last, has produced tj visible change in the stage of thfLrfver. A email rise would be a n(jp'great relief to us at present. "We need coal, and a thousand otherj necessities that we cannot get until the Cumberland it navigable. We long to see tho banks full, and Heels of boats, laden with mer chandise of every description, come sail ing into poit. Everything is rising here except the river. Tub Weather. The four seasons have been pretty well represented here in the last thiee or four days. . At present, hot Btoves, big fires and'warm overcoats, are necessary to the comfort of every one. It is clear, but very cold. Notwithstanding the cold weather, the Attendance at the theatre was sain very large last night. The bill for to-night i" Hicham) III," with a good cast. We expect to st-o another crowded house. Sknhidlk Man. -A successful business man who has tried it, writes with regard to advertising- "Give me the field when few advertisers occupy it and I care not bow hard the times are. It pays mo at all times, and especially it pays me when most of the business men in my lino have taken their hooks out of the water, think ing no bites are to be had." That is the truth exactly. As well might a fish swim without fins, m woman talk without a tongue, or a dog bark without wagging bis tail, as for a man to make money in these days without advertising. Late Fafkrh. We are indebted to Messrs. IIabde cfc Co., Thousdail, Sis- OLETOKi F.LAIR & SNYDER, Wm. Coi.LIEK, and the Adams Express Co. for files of late papers. Business Acency. We omitted, on yesterday morning to call attention to the advertisement of our old friend, W. Mat Buowjt, who has in connection with an estimable young gentbman, opened a bouse on Cherry street, as agents for selling or buying real estate, renting bouses, collecting of debts, and almost any other business of an honorable na ture, that may requirothe services of a third party. Any person having any business in their line to transact, cannot do better than by placing it in their bands. Grocery Auction Kalo. vfl..F. Shields fe Co., will sell on Wed ncsday, December 17th, (this morning) a large consignment of Salt, (Jandle Soap, Indigo, Nails, Saleratus, Soda, Starch, Topper, Spice, and great varieties, dco-17. It. B. F. SUIELD3 & CO. Auction Kale. A M. L. Alexander will sell on Wed "S aesday next, witheut reserve, PcLanes, y,V Ginghams, DeBeiges, Merinos, Flannels o. . all wool, Boots, Shoes, and Hats, with a variety of other goods, such as Hand kerchiefs, Thread, Bnttons and Combs No. 71 Fublio Square, Nashville, Tenn. dcc.lGG2-2t. Back numbert of all tho Weekly Ta pert and Monthly Magazines, a well as the current numbers of all Standard Pe riodicals, can be had at moderate prices of B LA lit is SNYDEIv, dec. 10 -lw. 20 Cedar Street. TjNCimRKNT Money, Gold nd Silver, bought and sold at the Insurance, F.x chanire and Bankiuz Ofllee of W. J. ; Mauh, corner of College and Union streets, j Nashville, Tennessee. ' tf. , ..f'YoNUOH A DllSt OF CliJMINAI.8. The British metropolis has for some time past been kept iu a constant slate of alarm by the boldness with which the criminal Vi . classes have pursued their avocation. 1 AKot only have the suburbs been infettd ' with a set of darinjr burglars, but in the Jr, most public thoroughfare the garroter has ' carried on his murderous work, even in U tho afternoon. Nervous citizens arm -I theins' lves to the teeth when they venture abroad after dark tho streets, to use the , language of one of (lis police magistrates, beiiiii as unsafe as a liter's den. , ,A Dolorous. Vice-President, f, Another speech of the rebel Vice-President Stephens has reached s. ' it waa made' some weeks ago at Craw fords villc, Ua. If the inhabitants of that place have no more cheerful amusement than their Vice-FresideUt afforded them in his remarks, their life cannot be termed jolly. The bopefuloetts, the occasional sallies of humor, the confident predictions of suc cess which have characterized his previ ous speeches are wholly' wanting in hit Crawfordsville address. In his famrjuit "corner-stone" speech, he thought that 11 slavery must become the controlling power pf the continent, and that the bor der States would bo compelled to join their fortunes to the great principle" on which the confederacy was csUblinhed. In his speech at Richmond on the 22d of April, 18G1, he declared that "tho moun tains of Trunessee were on fire," that "Kentucky would soon be out of the Union," that "Missouri would soon add another star to. the Southern galaxy," "Where Maryland is," he said, "you all know the first blood has been shed upon her soil, and Virginia will never stand by and Bee her citizens shot down." "lie had reason to believe that tho crea tor smiled" on their cause. "The oon flictmav be terrible, but the victory will be ours." At Atlanta, eight dajs later, he declared, " We can call out a million of people, if need be; and when they are cut down, we can call out another, and still another, until the last man of the South finds a bloody grave. But a triumphant victory and independence, with an unparrallcled career of jflory, prosperity and progress await tis in the future. God is on our side, and who shall be against nsV" Again, at Atlanta, May 23, he declared over and over that they were prepared for the issue, how ever bloody and prolonged the war might be. And in his great speech of Jnly 11th, at Augusta, when he endeavored to obtain subscriptions to the cotton loan, he said that "one thing is certain, in some way or other the blockade will be obliged to be raised, or there will be revolution in Europe. His last speech is pitched in altogether a diUerent key. it is a jeremiad, it is a wail. It is a groan. It begins with a growl at the contractors, speculators, and ex t irti oners, lie then dwells briefly on the magnitude of the war, " the creates. of any since tho birth of Christ." He next proceeds to consider where the re sponsibility and guilt of the fearful war belong. He 6avs "it is wholly immate rial considering the question of right and juMt ice now to look any further than the solemn act of tho south." That is, in seeking where to fix the responsibility and guilt of tho war we are not to auk whether tho States did right or wrong, whether they had any justification or not for their course. Enough that acting in their sovreign capacity, they adopted or dinances of secession. Is not that fine reasoning? But we grant that it isi.be best the case admits of. He of course concludes that the north is t blame for tho war, since the north opposed the southern Stales. To what extremity is even so able a man as Stephens driven in his vain attempt to justify the south? We find nowhere in the speech any of those predictions which wo have quoted above, about the gravitation of tho bord er Slates to the south, nothing about the raising of the blockade, no high declara tion of hope and cheer. But looking to the prospect of failure, ho closes with these sad words: " Let the world know, and history re cord the fact, if such should be our un happy fate, that though our country may be invaded, our land laid waste, our cities sacked, our property destroyed, the peo ple of the south could die in defence of their right's, but they could never bo con quered." . No gleam of light does be let in upon the darkness. Sullen desperation is the spirit which speaks from every sentence that he utters. If he has any expecta tion of ultimate success, if he looks for the brilliant results which he so confi dently foretold a year and a half ago, he certainly said nothing which could in spire the good people of Crawfordsville with the belief that he hoped for a speedy or fortunate termination of the war. rrcvidenc Journal. Commodore Porter. The tars down at Cairo seem anxious to be off. A correspondent of the Chi cago Times thus speaks of Ported, who is to command the fleet : The present commander of the squsd ron is obstinate on this point, lie al ways insists that ho rs ready for duty, Thus, when he came West six weeks ago and looked over his fleet, he announced his readiness to go to Vicksburg on 21 hours' notice. He has been just so ready ever since. lie will have no important movement waiting for him. If he baa not forty boats with live thousand men ready for action, be will move with what he has, if it is but ten boats and twelve buadred men. And he will nVht with the small force just as energetically, and with jost as mnch determination to win, and ex ptotatiou of suceeediog, as with tho large force. While he quietly provides for all emergencies, he never permits his men to see the smallest calculation for defeat. Emu's Kqos. Among the recent curl osities brought from Australia to London are three eggs of emu, a mammoth bird somewhat similar to the ostrich. The shells of theso eRS are hard as Hint, of a dark r.reen color, and aro used by the natives for drinking cups. The settlers procure them, and mount them with gold and silver for use as table bowls, cups, etc. Tlione in Kngltnd am as large as a good sized melon. ' "NASHVILLE UNION'! Bftwtr Dradtrick cwl Inimi Blrftt, (up flair:) r Oar faclllliei In tnae-hmery and food workmen, enable ua U moU on inert order, In the htghe.l ktytoof tl arVand : ' -' ' . j AT , MODERATE 'CHARGES, ALL DESCRIPTIONS OF BOOK, PAMPHLET, ' AND . . . MILITARY PASSES, Post-Cfflce Blanks, Bills of Lading, Society Notices, ' Funeral Notices, . .'-'' -' PROGRAMMES, ' HANDBILLS, STEAMBOAT PRINTING, OF EVEBY BKSCKirTION, RECEIPTS, &c, &c, ALSO, Stale, County, and - Corporation PRINTING, BWVi" respectfully lnvlU a liberal patronage, knowing that our style of workmanship cannot be excelled, or our tornn competed with. To Amy Officers and Soldiers. MILITARY BLAfiMS, 8 C 0 II AS List of Q. M. Stores delivered, f-c, Jieceipta or Q, M. Stores delivered, 4 Special Jiequisitions, Final Statements, DESCRIPTIVE HOLLS, Quarterly Ee'um tf Clothing, 6(c., Quarterlj Jieturn of Ordnance, c, Provision Jlttums, , DISCHARGE BLANKS, Enlisted Blanks tir Hepruitina, t ' Monthly Company Returns, ' ' ' Ofu-ers' ray Accounts, " - Ac, At , lo , CONSTANTLY ON HAND; ad fur eel ou the moat moUoral leruit. -V ar alio Latter prciwratl l!mn aoj othr a.taLliiilimtuI iu lU. city, k eu'Ji UU tl. xreat t SitcU and nu njujerta trrma, ANY ICIN13 OF oovirviiMENT rRiKTirra, it cruel.. auil tnutt rvaiicclfully aulii JOB PSIIIIiI, t fiss' w f : . .'.weck : MOT fSill Tfgrh t the Nanhvllle Toton." MIDNIGHT DESPATCHES. The Army of the Potomac Itecrosses , the Rappahannock, 1 ; .. Heavy Lobs in Franklin's Division. Louisville, Nov. 1C The Army of the Fotomac has recrossed the Lappa- bannock iuto Falmouth with all their wounded and took up the pontoon bridge. Baltimore, Dec. 10. It is reported that a large fleet was seen entering Cape Fear river. IIeapquartebs Abut op Totomao, Deo. 16, 1802. Tho whole number of killed, wounded, and missing in Franklin's grand division was fivo thousand nino hundred and thirty-two. There was no fighting since Saturday. A Dyinor Hcbel Takes the Oath of Allegiance. Among the inmates of the general hos pital, a short time ago, was a Georgia soldier. He is now dead. He was form erly a resident of this State, lie resided In Georgia when the war broke out. Carried away by the universal sentiment of the town in which he lived, he raised company and made war upon the old flag. He signalized himself in point of cour age, and was left upon the battle field by retreating comrades with two bullets in his body. In company with the loyal wounded," he was brought to Phila delphia and placed in the hospital. It was soon ascertained that his days were numbered. Every kindness ex tended to Union soldiers was shared with him. He could not believe, however, that he must necessarily die from his wounds. lo visitors tie conversed npon tho sub ject of the rebellion, and declared him self sorry that ho had ever abetted it. On the morning of his death he for the first umo felt approaching dissolution. He was asked if he would have a minis ter to attend him. No." " Would you not like some pious per son to pray with you." " lhatik you, no."' "Is there anything we can do to aid you in preparing for this solemn hour f " I hero is. am dying. Send for a justice of tho peace immediately.". '. ertamly. What do you want with him V" To take the oath of allegiance." ."The oath of allegiance in your pres ent condition I" exclaimed his surprised mends. " Yes," said ho, "I want to tak the oath of allegiance.- The Lord knows my heart. I am well aware, but I don't want it to be said I went to the Almighty reoci. This singular wish was ratified. An alderman administered the oath. A few hours afterward the Soul of the repeutant Confederate soldier was with Him who gave it. rhilwldj hia fyrth American. CoBKEfll'OKIiEKOE BETWEEN IIeNBT A. AVisk and Ukw. Ketes. Interesting cor respondencn has recently passed bet ween lienry A. wise and lien. Keyes, relative to the treatment of lunatics in the Asy lum at Williamsburg, Va. Gen. Wiso assumes that these unfortunates wire cruelly treated by the Union officers, and makes complaint oT the same, appealing to the commiseration of Gen, Keyes, to pay respect to those "charities and af flictions so sacred that States and God can only deal with them with proper care,andsuch as are always safe kept from all intruHion;" and, in behalf of Virgin ia, speaking for "her little ones," to no lower authority than "that of Heaven to Christianity." Gen. Keves replies that no harm was done, or intended to bo done, to the inmates of the Asylum; but that, on the contrary, every comfort was extended to them by our surgeons and other officers, and he adds: ''In regard to the Arbitrament of that higher tribunal, to which you refer, Heaven shield nsl Who knows which deserves the greater pity, the poor lunatic in the Asylum at Williamsburg, or the men who have made the war. A NoTOUiors TnAiTon Rr.nrnr.ii. After a recent speech of YaUaiidiham at Mansfield, Ohio, three gentleman entered an omnibus lo ride to the railroad sta tinn. One of them asked his companion, " Did you hear Vallandigham f " No," was the indiunaet reply, " it would be more creditable to lUten to Jeff. Davis himself than to that contemp'ible traitor Vallantootinhatn." Here a stranger sit- ting; in the omnibns 'started up, and putting on a ntviie,look, and an extra amount of diirnitv, said fiercely : am Me. Vallaiu'.Igham 1" " It don't make bit of ditlerence," firmly replied the gen tleman. " I have nothing 10 take back." The defeated seceah Congresmnao wil ted. A gentleman from Iowa has obtained a patent for making wine (torn sorghum whic h is said by eon jioistst ures at Wash Ington Id be equal t Madeira. It can be tuado so as t he sold f.jr twenty-live cents per pallon. A linn (jitaliiy of rum is also made ironi the sau.'o product. R. -H. SINGLETON, , - i ' BOOKSELLER, JSf ATJQKHR''' AKD ': PEBIOBISAL DEALER, . . '.; BEWANEE , IIOUSEV COLLEGE STREET, ' t n i i . ' ... IS KOW nKCKIVINU BT MAIL.AD EXPEESS, f FROM ' Mew York, Cincinnati, Louisville, St. Louis,' Chicago, V AND OT11KB ALSO, Illustrated '.Papers HUGHES' ART GALLERY, Cor. College und In ion Kti. alHIS OALl.EltV IS OPKN PAICY FROM 1, A.M. to S P.M., where Ticturca of lUo uiuat inineut mou muy lie boi.'U. Photographs, Ambrotypes, MEIiAINOTYTES, I.KTTEHTTPKS, VIGNETTES, ant UAHTKS I'K V1KITE, art) m.l in tlis hlghwt .tyle of lrlctl"D. "Tim public are rp(r1fil'ly Invite.l to vlult our lallery, wlmra all i.ii:Ur wi1 are WHrrnnteii to ive HH'.HIkctlun, or no c.lmrgo will be mailt, aug-ly Dr. King's Dispensary t'OB FUIVATE DIMO.IM.S. 'HI 1, jSU.nn KTNO, formoHy of Nw York, lor ine ir rnir ypam or LoumTllln, Ky., nn.l who h'M ilrvoU'il hi. fLLtnriifnt. t. tlio tn-itmnnt of nrivaia rtlPrau-a fur 80 ipim. llnnors hi.i.r.'ll, liaVlnir altemled to a practic for o many ji-arx. Him ciirnu o niiuiy iiidiuuikih, n 1. t'tiahloil to cur nil ilia.'nw. if a priv.to nature, no matter how Im'l they may lis from inJilicioun nuilicjl tr . .t aieut, or from u.'Klwit of their own. Ir. KIkk'. Mix-iii'ary I. No. V! l Dciolcru k .Irei-t. b 'tween t;hur. ry and tlx. H unre, bccoik! Ktory, wliwa ha cures all d inert i . of a pn?ate Halm e. ' tio'iorrhwi curwl without nau. -ou. nieillclnn or inleif tpuco with lu ln Mriotun a of oM or rvc.-nt diitn eir. ctunllv ciire.l In a f.iw itayn, hy an op-r ilum which cauawi no pain. oero it .iruniire sxiM. neullli runnol tm entiJoyeU. I'orlnpn no lii'un ciu'H more mischief ami Jiiiler Diiner. the coimtiiiition o much. .S.Vl'hili-, with all the ili.e.iM.. of th rkia. crow In a ut of n -eject or hail treatiiwnt, run be fll.ctiMlly Cm m in a few dnya. Nfiiitrml H 'wiAum. rartieiilarn'tPntlonljavina-beon Kiven to tlii. iliM'AHc, anil nil tin. ronmqin nou urow iiiiront of it, brought on In inanycatri by the do atruetlve liHlnl.of iiicoiLlderuUi yoiilha, and exepf.. ivn did ilffeni e of the t.nHl.,n. . neulit of whl. l. will undermiue the oonvtilutiou, rendering the nib Ji'tt unfit for biuiueaa or noeiety, and causing nema- ki.ro oiu aKD 'em vl. who m.y bclaborlnn wltH any dimculty of the Womb may re.t aurfd of lmnirdi . t rellrf. Pemona r''.i.llnt abnaul, by wrltin and .Intlim their caa, with a foe encloaod, direct to Dr. A. Kinn, No. 23 Hcaderlck .trevt, Nafhviile, Tenu., will have the Decenary nxvliclnns arut to their t'l(lpw. OlHce hours from U o clo.i in tha inornimr until 9 In the vetting July 10 iu dAwly. SEEDS! SEEDS!! LANDRETIIB MlUIitXTKD V,llm SEEDS, (At rhili,di1hla price!,) flower, Field nnd Gran Seed, FtU.t Trtet, Shade Treei and Shrulberiti, r all aiaui, Farm Implement and Machinery. SEEDS BY MAIL: l'o.lage 1 Out yr onnio. t.r Wend your order.. V, A. M'lIVIL.L.t H.ediman, No. 14 Hycainorn irit, near Ttarl, rHte-aui CliiClNNATl, O. Horse Stolen F RDM lu front of lir. BA.-hKT H nl AL UANT, o I'vd.r ctreet, at aboot a o'elm k I'. M . on t'rt- day, a K'n llor', about flfuen a da bill hauda hull. Hi yiiira old, rutu hhiio and tall, .mall, ueat head, a little diKhe l, with an otIHier'a nuddlu, aud nyht r.iiKalilwiilirrroliwl brllio. Any one returnliig lli aaiue to ui, will be baud aomrly rewarded. W. H. HAZES', L0 S 3t Col. t'niiuiiJln( luth hegt. Wanted to Hire, . A. Ciool CXXK. WyvHIIJClt, t3 iijr it- j Coanlre .1 law Oflto- FOR SALE, A rLEMi' ciKKi mum:, and uuwivq aprlun; mofe. apl-adeily In harneaa or nuder the axl'jie. and will w a mil to three iuinuta. He i e-rlM Hy reiN . win be aold for 1174, ca.U A iiru tmr bm m. real value 4.ly to litur AtbUOAV A ( 9 , tsej.tf I'ubiio Siuar. NOTICE ! CMU1 RANK Of TKNNKS-CI,) M4.HTILia, Iwc. lUld, lS4ii. A N E LECTION F'lK KLBVKV lHUKCTuUS i V to .er. the rotnleir -ar, will be heel at tin' linking Uoiwe, ou Moku.r, tne oin o iy of Jaauary kit itl-la J VOSRI' UuW, PLACK, ( THE and Magazines. SUPPLIED lit I. PHKLM. JO. . SA.VT. f IAo H ri.nL4." ja. a. reRNLtr, Phelp3, Caldwell & Co. LOUIHVILLE ji ijai Corner Main and lentlt Streets, - LOUISVILLE, KY. "Bhip to "LOUISVILLE" Waiir.iioetm. TENNESSEE BRANCH mm urn mtt' CONKCCTCD IT . UAIiVET, COLLINS ct BRACS, WASnrNQTOW, 1). 0 1 CHARLES II. GRERN. jigent No. 33, Cherrj Stnet, Nashville, Tonn. r THIS A0Knr pomeimeii iwciilliir fadlltie. for If''' iucoeeaful ro.ecution and bell lenient of Da- man.ta aRnln.t the General Onveriiiurnt of KVCOT PKSCKIPTIOM, it conduclora having hud aovera ' year.' experience in the management of rlaima ' ' fore Oougreaa, the Court of Cliiim., and the Eteaav ' tive Deiwrtinent. at Washington, and belrg tker ouglily acquainted and f miliar ith ihe lawa ana ' regulation governing their adjustment. rartlculnr attention will be yivco to caae irWM ; out of the (.reeent war, Including tti accooata t! Rtatcii, r.m tractor., and rialnming Odirert of tk " War and Kary )ejartment., and for ' ('llttct- ' liiK, Drlllliitr, and Orgnnlzlng VU . lintefire," the relml.iiiwnieiit of whli h l.astaer lied by nn act af Congre.a; CLAT.M.1 011 IMDEK nitt ron pbivatk pitorKurr takkw rtm PUBI.ro t'KES, Ott Ft 'K damaugs to boot - I'BOPEltTr. for Hiraea lo.t In the Mrvlce. an4 tm tlllltiir) I'njt 1'cnnloiia, and lfoat Land, We give c;ei Inl attentiou to procuring Peaa alniia, ICountlcs, etc., accruing to Koldfere . who have been wounded, contracted ul enae, T IW fa m 1 1 le. of uch a. hav. died, or been killed wbte kk the dl.chargo of their line of dpty a. inch dnrvg Mt preaent war Peclat care will al.o be given to claim, wnfr have been heretofore II rjreted or Mil .pen MI 1 bytbellepartincut.or In(clntly JTtnaageel , rrompt atteutlon al.o given to 4he col lectio af t)uartermaster't Keoelpta given for Property ! (or the uae of the Army, to arranging Aocoonte wtUt i and collecting ClalOia again! the Quarpirmatter'a 0w, t purtitiunt. All Clalma placed in our tiandi receive ear PmannS I'erraonal Attention, thereby wearing n-,j Ulcli, ia the hauda of an AlUirucy at any dlanaaS ( point, fre(uently prove un.ncce.aful. Axlde from till. dtclded advantage, onr dally taiar ' eouree with all the lypsrtnirnt. .uftUe u Ik bm eaaea to obtain decl.iou. much mora apeedlly thaaa where all communication and other noce.'ary daawti Dlll.t be conducted through the mall.. ' To tbl end, we aolicvt you tn forward ta M acy a all caae. of inch oharacteryotl may from time to tf im have preaented, and, a. i. our cu.toin, we wdl f nlah you with all the neceaaary blank., and, wwaaj ruqulred, tn.tractlona. No charge uiade in aay eaa nnlee .luxweafiJ, i Ad.lreni CHAhl.KS II. tiSBCir, No, .18 Cherry Mtruot, tiaahvilia, Teue) ., n i: r r, n i: ; i: m i Hod Kwaaan WALLacN.... Mayor of Waabiogta flty. - B. B. laaaoa.. ,.Ormaii.ieUr of PN A iiuildiogt, " flmro J Pail fcrle, i. u i Hna. B iruaaMci...n.Philadiphla, r. " fl. II. Ci btw , Warren, " ' K.iuall Hi. hit Krle, Wilijam Kr.'kiwf t.oreinor of ibiu. " J'mltn SI. I.I'O. I ))!.,, I, ,1., CiHiiai B. Ibuau ,.Vtrio, N. T. ..r.rl, l'. . linker. WulitbgtaB I). C. .Meadvih. ,P J , .Chltagn, llliiioia. .Tei re Haute, Ind. ..' imlnnall. Ohlo.S ' ' ..Ran l'raiiriM:o,UL Aurora, lud. .Ntbraaka, N. T. , .."mulia I Hy, H. L ,..Pi rn, X. T. , ..l'etroli, Mich. ...New llaliimore, Mte ,.. Keokuk, Iowa. , ..Kauaa Territr. ' ' fapt. W W, limmi.,.. W. T. farruaoa (i i , W. P. hurram Kq. ... HaMI'BL A. oai, Va'.. . . CoT llAaaotH, r.i I'. A. I'owait, K W. A J. W. Uwnw , 0a. MraaT Wmai .... Joiia f. lUf aaa, .) . . A.. lUaraT, W. I. IlABvar, t .i. lloo.S. U. Daiibt hablr. P.CaoaHT, Kai., TaoHA. at. Wiiavin, Wiiumi A Jarroaiaj W. 1 1. Buoaara', i.mn ... II. ilfrriaoTua, 1. k Co.. Mo Broadway, N.I, Uowaaa, lir A Baan-ltl, M and Hi Veeey SS ,om, Jr New York. Oian'ra A lxuv Jiaoaafl. bi tm, kq... t- K. B('itv, Km Wiyi.M lutin, ko'i., Cluai.i: fin. k.i Ji.u V. illJB, VT .. M.a't I A. uul, t.i'1., juiji'iu-ly. ..I Warren Xreet. K,T. ..Naanan t, cor., Wat eta. New York. ..nTPr..dav, M. T. kultonalreel it. . .('Inrinnuli, Obtu, ,. oviriKtn.tK jr, j . .M.j.vllle, tif. D OOH.S. SAMI sr.l WINDOW (JI,A, 1 w u' by W. l,Vo. V RIMCK S.000 lo ftf-ro. iHy W'i. 1r auk LYON. D i.;;;i klouk so r...Ka. for w By Mil LVOtv. TOBACCO WAREHOUSE j ' .'