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palit'illr. Virion. Hank of ni 1I l I I entir.aece. The notes ff llie l'lan'eiV and Union P,ank will be given for (lie nu'es f Ihc I'.iuk of MmDl.K Tenn'k'-hrk, at Make's Broken ofllce, crner of Union and Col lege streets. Our city Post Master desires ns to call the attention of Box owners lo the im portance of paying up thoir B x rents for (lie ensuing quaver, to day, as the lair expresily prohibits bim from placing mail matter in Tlaxts that are not paid for. . . i m" Mrs. Early, milliner, College street, op posite the Suwannee House, has received recently fine stock of Millinery Goods, 4c., to which she invites the attjntion of the ladies. She trims bonnets with ex quisite taste. 1 See the advertisemcntof MfBsis. Hume & Reynolds. They sell to-day aa exten sive assortment of Staple and Fancy Dry Coods, Sic. The salo commences at !)'', A. M. Mr. W. S. Eakis, one of Nashville's most experienced merchant1', advertises in another column, Dry Goods it whole silo or retail. Buyers will do well to call on him. They way rely upon pet ting excellent Goods at. reasonable prices. A considerable number of woman and children, together with somo old men, Union refugees from North Alabama, ar rived in this city Monday, and were quartered at the Convalescent Barracks. As we passed along Cherry street, late at night, we saw a number of these pa triots, poor in purse but rich in principle and love of country, in their bed spread npon the ground, in front of the building, asleep, 'perchance dreaming of the once happy homes from which they are ex iled, and of the good fortune in store for them in the Canaan they seek north of the Ohio. Did any of the hundreds of secession ladies, whose sympathies with the poor follows who were accidentally killed or hurt there yesterday, caused them to congregate in the streets in the vicinity, feci a generous pang or noble impulse when they saw these worthy ex iles of their own sex? How many of their faces were distorted by the ignoble sncor ? One of the most successful remedies of the age for a number of the " ills which human flesh is heir to," is tho celebrated Cedron BiUers, manufaot-iredbyDr. John Bull, of Louisville, Ky. Wa need not Specify the different diseases which it cures or relieves. We may mention, how ever, that we have known it to be effica cious in a case of protracted neuralgia, whioh was fast undermining and break ing down the constitution of tho patient. Io this case, it proved of the greatest benefit, and the sufferer feels under deep obligations to tho medical science that found the remedy. Dr. Bull is a physician of high stand ing, and a business man of unimpeacha ble integrity, prompt to fulfill all his en gagements. I We are greatly obliged to Brtuwii & Co., newsdealers, College and Cherry treats, for a copy of "The Gold Seekers;" a tale of California by Gi btave Aimard, from tho Tress of T. B. Peterson & Bros., Philadelphia. This is a thrilling tale of life in the golden land of the Occident; and is stamped " as equal to Cooper's best." Messrs. BaowN & (V, have a great variety of readable novels in cheap form, and the latest newppaprr and periodicals. admirers and friends of this charming comedienne will be gratified to ham that the entertainments at the New Theatre to-tiightare for her benefit. The splendid spectacle ot the Seven Sisters will be repeated. The fine dramatic talents, the life and spirit of the accomplished bene ficiary, are well displayed in the course of this popular piece ; but, the frequen cy of it repetition, must not be taken as a confession Uiat when she has been seen in it, nothing further need be expected of her. This would be a grave mistake and very unjust. Her line of characters em braces such as the Widow Delmaine, Bob Nettles, Margery, Sarah Bloun'.J Mehilable Ann, Mrs. Swansdown, and other leading parts in comedy and farce, and wherever she has played them, her reputation as an able and versatile com dienne is established upon a most sub stantial foundation. It is to be hoped that, before she leaves Nashville, our theatre going population may have the pkasure of seeing her in something else than the "sensational." She does not need the meretricious aids of glittering scene ry and plate glass to achieve success There is a freshness, vitality, and vivaci ty in her impersonations which impress all beholders, whilst " Her fare, Ho I ivfly, ct in on !,. full of mirtli, llis until., log of an Innocent heart, " her agreeable manners, and elegance and grace of rue in, complete the fascination. We trust that she will have a benefit to-night worthy of her. L.G.IiQPILms&GO.'S Wholesale Column ! CINCINNATI, OHIO. Wo have now in Store the largest Stock of DRY GOODS AT WHOLES A. LE, Ever Brought to 1 TELE WEST 0"t Goode woie parcbieed and orders placed early In July, when prlcn vera 10 to 25 per rent. Lower than the Prevailing Kates of To-Day. We are thttt enabled to eell at LOWER PRICES Thau can NOW bo purchased in New York. L. C, Hopkins fc Co., COnXEI! OF FIFTH AKD VISE. m telegraph. WHOLESALE ONLY. MIDNIGHT DESPATCHES. SILK AND DRESS GOODS IT A couple of stables, in Edgefield, be longing to Mr. W. 1'. Marks, were burned Monday night at about 10 o'clock, sup posed to be tho work of incendiaries. . ... - A line assortment of staple and fancy Dry Goods can be found cheap, at T. L. AHiimui.dK, sep-SO 21. 49 College street. Ladies' fine shoes of the best make; men and boys' boots aud shoes, will be sold at the very lowest prico. Call on T. L. AsuBiiiiMtK, sepHO 2t. 49 College street Fur and wool hats, for men and boys' wear; a great variety and cheaper than can bo bought anywhere in the city at T. L. AsnoiuPiiE, sept.10:2t. 19 Collcgo Street. Attractive Auction "ule Of staple and fancy Dry Good., Va lielies, etc., by Hume and iL'jnoldti, this (Weduesday) morning, Sept. 30. 1303, at 9' o'clock. We will sell at uur Auotlou til ore this morning an unusually Urge and attractive aenji tment of a'.spte and fancy Dry Goods, varieties, etc., connidt ing in part of Domestics, Clico, (by the bait and in dress patterns,) a large lot f Caesitneres, Saltinets, etc. ; a line assort ment of Muslia DoLanes; b auUful Me rinos: a splendid lot of Hoots; a line assortment of Dry Goods, Varieties, etc., tto. I'.o punctual at 91-; o'clock. Hume it IUykoliis, No. 12 North Collcgo street. scpUO-lt Theatre. Miss Marion Macarthy and Mr. Vincent have now appeared twice at the old theatre, and are established fa vorites. The former we had Lot, until Monday night, seen for some years. In personal appearance she has changed but little ; looking somewhat thinner, but not the less lady-like and intellectual. There is a marked improvement in ber acting, and her vocalization, which ex hibits incessant culture. Her voice was never licher or sweeter. It is a divine gift, and divinely docs she use it. Mr. Vincent is a polished comedian. lie does not sink the gentleman of wit and humor into the buffoon ; nor does he lack the versatility which makes each character he impersonates distinct and statuesque. With the advantage of the assistance of Allen, and Hamilton, and other gen tlemen of the company, and Mrs. Jordan, Mrs. Stewart, and Mies Lyon, Mrs. Ber nard, everybody' favorite, has a respite for the nonce, during the engagement of this couple, we shall have the legit imate comedy in perfection. To-night the entertainments begin with "The Ghost of Lindenberg," in which Miijs Macarthy appears as Margai et. This play is an excellent one, and well cast. It has been played heretofore under the title of "Raymond and Agnes, or the Bleeding Nun." After this play, songs by Mr. Stewart, and the afterpiece of "Object of Inturest;" Barney O'Dwyer Mr. Vincent; Fanny Gribbles, Miss Ma carthy. A splendid bill. "The Ghost" appears in the first piece. A terrible accident happened yester day at tho Convalescent Barracks, corner of Cherry and Church streets. A large number of the rebel prisoners, captured Bear Chattanooga, were quartered there, occupying the fourth and fifth stories At the signal for breakfast, the prisoners made a rush for the breakfast room, hav ing to go down several flights of steps. Tho steps leading from the fourth to the fifth story, tave way under the accumu lated weight, and fell with the men on them to the lloor immediately under neath, which also gave way, as did also the floor next in succession, and togeth er with two other ilights of sleps, the whole falling in a mass on the second floor. X large number of the prisoners went down with the falling timbers. The fall was altogether three storits about forty feet. It would have been a mira cle had there been no loss of life, under these circumstances. From the beHt in formation wo can gather, we state the number of killed el 6, twoof whom were killed outright, and four died whil.t be ing conveyed to hospitals. The number of wounded is reported at 90, of whom 15 are badly hurt. This is a very heavy loss. The wounded men were conveyed tj military hospitals, where every attention necessary to the alleviation of their suf ferings and the healing of thoir wounds will ba awarded them. The prinoiphs of humanity which govern the medical men and nurses of tho Federal hospitals know no distinction of friend and foe, when human misery calls for their aid. WHOLESALE! We have the largest stock of SILK AND DRESS GO0D3 is C I N C I IV IV Which we offer to Mcrcheuu at ATI, Low JPricos ! L. C. Hopkins & Co., French Merinos, Alngcntu Merinos, Aznline do Cobiirgs, Mode Alpncns, Rlnck do ioiI dc chevrcs, Woolen Plaids, French Repps, French Poplins, Plain Empress Cloths. L. 0. Hopkins & Co., Corner cf Ffih and Vine. s. We have in Store AT WHOLESALE TEN TIIOirSAND S Irl A. "W Tj At Low Prices Watkbvleit 8quare Siiawla. Watebvliet Drab Siiawls, Watebvliet Long Shawls, Watrrvliet Mourning Shawls, Middlesex Shawls, Middlesex Mocbkinq Shawls, New Style Stripped Shawls, Eicu I'laid Shawls, Brociie Square Shawls, Buoche Lono Shawls. BALMORAL SKIRTS, FOB THE TKAPE. ti.OOO Ba'tnoral Skirt), Uruuner'e ttklrta, Washington HWIrtl, KogUall Sklrtl. I j. i U opkins ..V Co., BLEACHED Shirtings & Sheetings, 1 AT e "W h o 1 e s a Portsmouth B., Portamouth P., AiLwangkn XX., (Jteetie, White lUck, Khotl Ilunl, K.4 l ank 7-8 aud 4 4 Hudson. li.C. Hopkins & Co., t'orntr Ffth and Vine. Cairo, Sept. 29. The steamer Live Oak with dates to the 20 th from below arrived. It is reported iu Memphis that five thousand Confederate troops are within ten miles of that place. The re port is undoubtedly falae. CuLrirPEB, Sept. 29. There has been no movement in our army for the past week. Cairo, Sept. 29. The rumor of Gen. Herron's repulse and retreat to Morgan's bend ia nntrne. Washington, Sept. 29. Oen. Slocum has withdrawn his resignation at the President's request. Xew York, Sept. 29. The Herald's special says the rebels bave concentrated a force of ten thousand at Mount Jack son, to make a raid through Shenandoah Valley. Heavy artillery firing was heard at Bealtown, supposed to be at Raccoon ford. Rumors were afloat in Washington last evening, to the effect that the Union forces in Georgia and Tennessee had met with serious disaster; but if the Govern ment had received unfavorable news it had beca kept profoundly secret from those, who generally get such intelligence. New Orleans papers of the 20th inst , say that the rebel blockade steamer Alice Vivian has been captured. Another female bread riot took place at Mobile on the 4th of September. The Governor had ordered the 17th Alabama to put down the disturbance. They re fused. The Mobile Cadets, essaying to put it down were forced to fly from the women. Teace was fiaslly restored, but the rioters threatened to burn the city, if not rdieved. The Richmond Examiner of the 2Cth fay "after two distinct attempts to cap ture Chattanooga, the Federals still hold it, and are strengthening that strong po sition. Meanwhile, the situation in Northern Virginia is becoming critical. The Federals are preparing for a general attack on the Rapidan, and are masking forces at Culpepper " The Washington correspondent of the New York Post says, reverses in North ern Georgia compels the Government to raise more troops than contemplated Another draft will certainly take place; the two drafts expected with volunteer ing to give 300,000 men by January 1st No unfavo rable news from any quar ter. New Yohk, Sept. 29. The rebels cap tured two schooners on the Chesapeake, and the Government schooner Alliance, laden with provisions. Cotton excited, 83; gold quiet, 43. Foetress Monroe, Sept. 29 Atlanta advices to the 26th say no further fight ing. On the 25th Rosecraos Bent two flags of truce, asking permission to bury bis dead and relieve his wounded, but Bragg rejected both of them. " Charleston, Sept. 25 All quiet this morning. Leavenworth, Sept. 29. Col. Moss, being authorized by Gov. Gamble to arm men, has armed mostly returned rebel uldiers and men under bonds, and ia driving Union men out of Missouri. Per feot terror reigns in Tlatte county. It is reported Kansas is to be made a depart ment under Gen. Curtis. Westi rn Arkansas advices say rebels CilTrav and Hnnter encamped at Cow skin Traire, Mo., with thousand men. Main body of the rebel army said to number twenty five thousand at Arka dolphis. Gen Cabell with Texas troops and Arkansas conscrips joined them. The powder-mill at Arkadelphia, con taining over one hundred thousand kegs of powder, exploded on the 10th, This is regarded by the rebels a, almost fatal. Great dissatisfaction exists against Kirby Smith. Gen. Blnnt is organising new Kansas regiments at Fort .Scott, which he ex pects to lead to Texas in a few days. Negtoes are arriving in large numbers to join the Kansas colored regiments. 23t. EiOUHS & Co. IHxivg Just Roooivod A TIBf LA BUI STUCK OV C I G A. H S, Chewing and Smoking TOBACCO, Of all Kinds and put tcp in Various Styhs. A. LOUIS A CO., M North Market 9tret BOOKS, STATIONERY, ajstd PBHlODICAIiS., TUST RECEIVED, a verj large stock of r all klnda of rreob ana prvMrred canned K'nurrB, TOMATO RH, A. LOUIS & CO., SS North Market Streot. JUST RECEIVED a large stock of Dried Beef, Hams, liologna Sausage, Smoked Herring, and Fresh Salmon A. LOIII A CO., SS North Market Htroet. JD3T RKCEJVED, a large Hock of WKCTKBN RKSinVf ,nAM9CBO AND ENGLISH DAIRY CHEESE. A. LOUIS & CO., S North Market Rtreet. -5 WHOLESALE THE CHEAPEST AND RETAIL. PLACE IN THE CITY. AT r R. H. STN(TT ETON'S ' ' -m- A f NEWS DEPOT, 48 I'll! Hi! N la I 11 W Vfll. 54; 111 I fill tu emfiinnv TUST RECEIVED, a very lare stock of SCKMAM. EBAS1VC, OA3TTL1 and TANCY Soapa Candles, Btarch, Etc., A. LOUIS A CO., SS North Karhnt Street. Ml V Ik Jill it, lit! BEND YOUR ORDERS FOR Louisville, Cincinnati and New York Daily AKD J Weekly Newspapers, Magazines; Monthly Novelettes; Dims Novels; 25 and 50 Cent Novels, to us. We deliver all our orders Frco of Postage and at Prices, and with a Promptness, that defy Competition. Send For Our Trade List. BROWN & CO., 1 e n e r n V "V c w s Wo a crn, a n A 1 a cUcvh anu Vvv a ru c rH or lltenplMiliiltalltins. 48 College and 54 Cherry Streets, Nashville, Tennessee 43 54 JUST RECEIVED, a largo stock of Brownf Crushed & Powdered Sugars- A. LOUIS Oc CO., it North Market Street. JUST RECEIVED, a large stook cf Groea and Ground Coffea ALSO a large atook of Tones Dyson, Cnnpownrr and Palong Tea. A, LOUIS Oc CO., Sfl North Market Street. LARGE STOCK OF RAISINS, FIGS, LATR3, ALMONDS, BRAZIL NUTS and FILBERTS, MAOCABONI, VERMIU1LLI, Aa.Juit received lr A. LOUIS A CO., S North Market Street, A LARGE 8TOCK OF PICKLES, TOMA- x a. TOU UAT3UI', Pepper Ranee, Qlngei, Allaploe, Fop per, Olnrer, Cinnamon, Baking Powder, Soda, FreDeVi, Kentucky and American Mnatard, Juat reoetred bj A. LOUIS & CO., SA North Market Street VERY LARGE STOCK of Bardinca, Cove Oyster, Lobsters, Pickles, Etc., Pot op In all ilylce ; Jat runolvud bj A. LOUIS Ac CO., 86 North Market Street STOCK OF WEITE AND A LARGE IV GOLOHKD Shirts, Drawers, Nuipenderi, Foc'-iet-llooUe, Port Folloa, India Robber and Born Fine and Dressing; COJIHX, White and oolorcd Cotton and Linen Throad, Pin Needloa, Xto., Evo., juet receiTed by A. LOUIS CO., 3(1 North Marki.tHln.el. jel'CTlDN hAl.l: at it. Campbell's, 74 pitbi.il' tvnt. I will sell ou Wednesday, the 30 Ui inet , a large and cotuplcte AHHoitaic-nt of Groceries and sundries, coimaUrig P"! of tLe following articKs : Stiar, Uull'je, Soda, l,i(uore, Tobacco, Cigars, Teble SU, Sjap, Candles, Watches, Candies, ludigo, Madder, ttyioi, W.dl.buards Buckets, llruutr.s, liankiti, Wood-saws, Garrett's SnuiT, Cotton-cards, Doou,eto. euO-2t H. CAM'iiri.L. NEW GOODS! AT WHO Li: ALU oil ItKTAII,.. WM. 8. EAKIN, Northwest corner of Publio Square. AMERICAN CRASH AT WH 1LKSALB. 20 Hales, Bleached and Brown At Iw Prices. RUSSiA CRASH By the Balo. ft. C. Hopkins & Co., Comer Ffh and Vine. Consumers ia the city aud country will have a rare opportunity of aupply ing themselves from a large aud well selected stock. st'pt.'!0-lm "How do you get along with your arith metic V anke4 a father of his little boy. 'Oh, father!" exclaimed the d lighted youngster, "I've ciphered through addi tion, partition, subtraction, distraction, abomination, justification, hallucination, darnation, and amputation." That's rinht, my son. You cu take this dime aud run down to Mr. Singleton's New Depot, and buy one of those beau tiful Illustrated Weeklies. Uonious and Siugleton, like the Federal Union, miut Ls encouraged. 'Jt. TABLE LINENS, AT WHOLa'BAI.K. 7 4 Hleched Pametk, -T- Baow Drop, S t Bleached Damaitk, S t Huow Dn , Paiiiaak Towvle, Bordered Towel. li. C. Hopkins & Co., EMBROIDERIES. AT WanL-SAl.S. We tave a urt Stoi k of Embrulitored Collars and Sets, M;t.H I ace Col l.i , Lt.ee S ft't , Luco Se;a, idgine. lluiiilkercbieti, Ac. .Merchants will lind it gomtly ad vantageous to examine- our stock of goods before purchasing. L. C. HOPKINS & CO., Oiiunmiaki, Otiio. SFKC'IAI. O RDF. It NO. . Gallery of tiik Cumberland, July 1G. The commissioned olllcers of the Army of the Cumberland are requested to call at No. 25, Cedar street, opposite the Commircial Hotel, Nashville, Ten nessee, at the earlicet convenience. For further paiticulars, enquire at the galle ry above-named. The Uallery of the Cumberland is now opuued opposite the Commircial Hotel The proprietors of the above establish ment would respectfully inform the cit sensof Nashville that tbey are prepared to furnieh pootographs superior to any heretofore made iu, this city. Having tittnd up our capa ious Oallery, far su perior to any in tne Southern SiaUf, and a I o procured at great ertm the best practical I'tiolograptiera tnal we could urocure in New York, Cincinnati aud Chicago, which com pone one of me most taleuted and largest corps of Photograph ers in the Department of the Cumber land. We are prepared to execute all kinds of work desired, with despatch, and at reasonable prices. We would re- SDecttullT invite all those desirous of having Fhotogrspus to visit our uanery, where they will be treated with oourte y by us and all our attaches. IMease call, one and all, and examine specimens of Cartes de Visile, etc Moebe h Tkasler, Proprietors. K. B. In connection with the above- A VERY EXTENSIVE STOCK ol bMort.Kl OooiBiOD, and ererf variety of FAN OV CANUIKM, Jut reoelred bjr A. LOMS tV CO.. SS North Market Hti.wl. VKRY F.XTHNSIVE PT()t;K AM) ererj yar'.ot nf TVViitlug Iapor and huiel luk, Pent ami I'ucil, b tte million. P-i Booki, r-L'.rl and ene'ieaUi. Bnt. It. yd' kl.txe au l U mta' U. aa, r wired A. I.OHIM & CO., ;A S. rUl M arkvt Straei. L A EG K STOCK .1 HILITART A splendid stook of 18 aSs aS2a j SOUTH SIDE WEE DRESS FURNISHING tho above Goods at tho House of GO.. PUBLIC SQUARK, NASHVILLE.U CONSISTING OF AND FATIGUE UNIFORMS, GOODS, WOOL AND RUBBER BLANKETS, Hats and Caps, Boots and Shoes, Swords, Bolts and Sashes. - 1 J an a 9 3 M a ' ttevoivers ana uanriagos, ituiuh, valises, Haversacks, etc., etc, at julj23-ly SCOTT, KEEN &, CO.'S. THE AMERICA V S0LDIES. ritHIH IS A NKATI.Y PIUNTS.D WEEKLY NEW8 L PAI'KK. of elirtit raree, nilbllabed at Naahvllle, Tenneeeee, and one ulilrb ia very popular with the Buldier of the Army. 11 le deyoled to the Malntalnancc of the Union Cause throughout toe Rtate of Tnnneeeee and the Unltwl HUtxa, ana the early OYERWtlELMIXU TRIUMPH or TUB U.S'lOX A It MY, In thoroughly rootina- out from ever Inch of Amer ican aoll each Individual 1KA1TOH IH AUMdaaiuet the American Kopuhllc. Kacb atiuber will contain editorials and anient. articlee wide-awake to the cnala and Tilly up to tta daroandn. Alan,a at-rluaof Auecduttm. InclUeuta, Ao., entiilrd, The Romance of tho Ranks, " Belnir newt lutoreHtlria;, InHlnictlvo, amnalua;, and thrillinK riewnof niilltary lile in the llrui.h aruijr. NOW Id TIIK T1UK TO SUHHCUIDK. TBkm or a BerairnoN : Fur one year, ft Ml Tut eix month,, f 1 00 : Fir three nionlha. tH) ot.nta. Addnva MA EV k ., TuhlWieie, JulyW 8miu. Kathtllle, Tenn New Goods! New Goods ! HARD W A H If. AND CUTL H Y, AT WHOLES AI.K AND 11ETAIL H AVISO HlM' VEI VV 8T" K "F HA PA APK anil Ci'l rj to 47 iui i.iui: aiiti:i;r. And hvinK ri4ive'l larg ' ailditl.'iiv of NEW AMD DESIRABLE GOODS, I am au e and wil.lua to aril ilia uu laiali ! aa eor retail, at rh-4aa lw aaihe t'atra will juailfy. AW XANIH.H. KA. L, St. 41 Cu.lt g Slit-et. I 9 'in named Gallery, w bare other establish ments at different points with the Arm of the Cumberland, from whioh we are iu daily receipt of Photographs of the officers of the army. Duplicates can be had by addressing Morse & l'easlue, 1'. O. Box 143, Nashville, Tenn. el Una at Lireatlr Hedurrd Prices! t will be of great protlt to Merchants and Dealers in general to call and exam ine the tine stock of Groceries, Butlers Supplies, &,o., &o., at A. Louis & Co., No. 26, Market street, aa they are about to reduce their stock, and will sell at greatly reduoed prices, in order to change business. Sept. lU.-tf. I'hAVINtJ CAUUrt. OK'iUlNKANl) IMITATION. MIEHHRADM, and every othur ely-e ol Vil't. IOCUiKM.' CUTL.KKY, BllJidii.t CXXi'JXJN ii'a'uy. Joal reoelTtd by ! A. LOUIS eh :o. 116 North Market .-lr.,.t. LAEOK tiTOCK ol Butter Crackers, Qlner Cakes, Bpioe Nuta and Sugar Cakeb, Just reoelTed by A. LOUS A CO., SS North Mjrbel O'eol. AL.-0 A FAlBBrOCK OK GlNUllAMS, Brown and Hleaoiiwl Liuen Tablwlotha, Nay blue, Klne Towi-llus, and trh lor Common toae.a 1 a yarloly ol Uia ao I Ku. y aluriuoae, Colt.udu, elo.,Uj.,)i.al ioooiTv.1 by A. LOl'lS S. CO., US (oitn karkat Otroel. Tm tkiUANi"i'6tt rtulv ATtUit-"-, Uoid Teui, wlibaud without U4tora, Ohame UotJ Ulnga, B.Ik aul leatuor Uuarda, Wttcb Keya eu ate ,'or aale a akJaJi ve)lf b) A. LOUIS U CO.. u.rtu MarMiMrt.i. Maiea . .Tust ?ecoivc3l, SO doxou CutTra UlliH, AO fioaal Aim; 2H Antlla; 20 BlackamlLha' VI. ea; 85 fltocktand Lira; 0 " Brower'e " IWIlowa. ALKXAMIIEK FAIL, 47 Culiee aiie.l. ! Iin. On Hand, Table and Pocket Kulvea, Baiori, Soluuii, tbeare, and a good variety of other (ooda ALKXANIIkU FALL, 4T Culloe aej.9 lm. T.L. ASHBRIDCE, (LATE HOITVUKCK A ASHBRII0E,) 49 College Street. Ilea J.iat received a Urge aworimonl nf Staple aad raurjr DRY COODS. Ciniprlaliid Ladlea Drei OnoU of Ilia latoel .t,le Ultf.i. HI; lim b Merlnoa; all Wool IV. inM; Ali-a; llumlazioa; hhowlas Balmoral SklrU; Olov.a. Ilialcrji l iuo-lc, l'rin'i, aaalvarea; li lln, lleavr Jounl, l,u t'nderihlrU and Uracr'; ail W ol Kla'ineli; nnkeli Nutlont, Aa Ladi-j aud Geiitlemou'a bhoc. Fins l.lrg Oalt-r.. Kid, O ov. Kid and dual Balmorale ai.d Uillara; Mull, Ik.; a and Ynuthe Sue BooUj I il B..I i oia i, Caiti'ia, A: ; Rinyana, Ae. f0 Catei Uiaiu Bait; 100 dim. &!'$ EimX (Jaunt aIi; SOFT ITU AND WOOL LIATd ; A larje awurtmrnl of Men aad flora lUta, PlauUra, llulf rianUra, Youi ( Ouuta of the jttalUe. T All buyers are particularly re questrd to call and eiainine the IStock. TU03. L. ASUFSKIDOK, rp22 tf 4'J College street. sTails, lOO Krg. Nalla, aaeorled, for iale( Al.ltXASl.B FALL, 4T CUh air.ut. ,w; I uj Flour, Meal, and Teed. A COM. V AST bOI'I-lF ir FKR-Ht OK'iUNIl riiUil, ateal, aud eud, on luud aud lor ale at ihe liruadwa Ali.ia ; !-.liiru.l at all ru ol the Our. Uioad aud llih aw luul 1( iMa.'iatch O..P,. clt. Feathers and Ginseng. flMIK LN.'k.Uili.NaU IS A I liiuui. ui T( A. 1'urrhaaa any ameiiut ol Fi-athtra and OiUMiiig at the bigueot Uiarawt unoe, lor .n. 1). U. 1 U'hkV, Ataul, Curovr of Bruadaay and Utah u.'via ei.T-f. 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