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circulation of uny rsCt-vi.Aiif.r In
Tenneee-!t Oity an J Army
-circulation more than double any
An Exctllcat IuycaIpcuI!
" A party willing to tnv? North ofiVu
f jr 41 hLi tntire tloik of KUj'le Ihy
livyoJs Eti, Shot's, Hats, Ac.
businrs. this u an inducement seldom
raet with, ta ail tha jrooJi lmro . brcn
bought previous tv the Htc tdvance in
prices, end vri'.l la eoM ot equally low
The Bta.iiJ la loiig tiUli!.heJ sud on.''
of th? l-f-fct in the city.
A-ldre X. V., Lack Bos 5-5. Nash
rill Past Oilii'o. julT.-Iw.
A D:iruK3.-i.vcj Accii'L r. Yf.-e.r'h'y
evening llr. James SiMrlirant, a poin
ter by trad.', ,"..da lesidor.t cf Edge
field, got oil th cow -itcior .f a. loco
motive at the Loui.-vdle and Na -Lville
Riilroad Depot, fbr the purpose of ri
lin2, p.s be Ld f.-nner occasions.
out to near Li 1e2ider.ee. Unfottu
xifttely, when the locomotive p'ot inar
Front etroet, whore the tinibrra re
Boraetvhat uruetth-d, ho was jostled
from hi seat, and f. 11 upon the track.
The Ioco&joL'vo pis-ed over him, cut
ting ClT one cf hi feet, at tl ankle,
and the other b-g nenr its connection
with the body. Ho died hi alout
twenty minutes We record this tragic
secident with deep regret, and hope
never to Lear of euch Another. Wc
tender our jyrnpathiea to our friend
Bell, of the Gazette, cf whom Mr.
Sturdivant was a brother-in law.
John Wall, charged with sidling
horie:s,confe&ied his guilt yesterday, and
asked to be bound over to the Criminal
Court Recorder Shane gratified him
llobt C. White and II. C. Epps were
also bound ever" to ths same court for
Thii offence peems to be a mania in
thin part of the c ountry.
Gen. llilh-r, the t'otrjaander of the
Tost, issues a general irder this morn
ing, relative to aoldier peddling oh the
ttr ets, and they wi!llo well to read it.
Joe Pickett' h( h i, Bill Carry, of
Cincinnati, is in ' rLvor of Alexander
L jng, of Ohio, fur no next I'rs-iJc'iiy.
Bill in a "rare birl" never w;s liht,
and probably ijc r will be. '
'Avrr.icAV Baptist IIomk JIi.-: m.v So
eikTY. Ev. II. L. W.jyUnd, of Rhode
Island, under appointment of the Am
erican Baptist Home Minion S tci ty,
has entered upon his mini.-tei i:tl labors
in Nashville, and will preach in the Re
presentativet' Hall, State Capitol, to
day : services to commence sit 10
O'clock, A. L
The friends of Sibhath schools, not
now engaged in the work, are invited
to meet in the tame plaice, at - o'clock
It is said to be the intention of Gen.
Burbuc'go to tighltu the reins upon re
bels end rebel cympathizers in Ken
tucky. Rebels f.nd rebel syirpiUhizc r in
Nashville pay the Government ought
not to interfere With t bo circulation of
newspapers of the Cincinnati Enquirer
stamp, or tho freedom of spee-di. They
ought to go to Dixie and preach that
doctrine. Teachers nro much needed
Thero were seventy thcu-nnd letters
received, btamp d, and mailed at the
Nashville Post .t!ir on Fiidav night
Thsathe. The Kavtl Troupo have
been re'ngnged for another week, a
very gratifying announcement to the
Isrje cumbers who nightly flocked to
e them hut week. The performances
to-morrow evening include, for the f rst
time, the pplendid ballet of th?j "Msgic
Book; or, The Fairy's Favor," in which
the whole company appear. The ro
rn&inder of the bill is excilhnt
CnAwsl Tosrvs! Charms! Some
thing new tud u;arvtluus has been
shown us by our . fellow-citizen C. C.
has just returned from the East noth
ing lesa than pictures to j-mall tliatthey
cannot be pecu by the naked eye, and
only visible when seen through the
microscope attached to tLeni. The
likeness of pome of our favorite gener
als, such as llousscau, Ur.nt and Sher
man, have been shown to u, and oth
ers will b taken as f'jt as possible.
Thee pictures form a beautiful attach;
ment to a watch guard or bracelet, and
are really "jewels of art." C. C. Giers
A. Co. are the only house prepared to
take these pieiurc u:ul they d serve
great credit for keeping themselves o
well posted up in all the improvement
of the Photographic Art Give them a
There were thirty fix cases tried be
fore llecord r Shane yc-stcrday two for
fteiding; fifteen for dLi orderly conduct:
eight for drunhennct ; four for ili.-o
del ly conduct an i drunkenness; tr.o
for vagrancy ; one for ir.vlcct-nt exjo
lure, one for cnreless driving: one fer
u.-ing hydrant wter without license;
and two saloon keepers lor selling li
quor to negroes, each of them pnying
coat in three case. Thes-clling of li
quor to negroes is t xpr.-,y prohibited
by law; but of late the huv bus bet n" t.1
niOet et alde. It is the intention of
KecorJer Shane, v.e understand, to en
force it rigidly hereafu r. Boar tins in
mind, yo who are interested.
Nkw Thkatki:. Mr. H 1. Coleman
, tikes k Wuelit at thvi New Theatre t-o-la
rrow niht. Tho Vtilei tair.menta
legin with the drama of 'Vm.at Ex
pectatiot:," la which Mr. C plays l'ip,
and Mr. C. Leslie Alh-a Joe Gajgery.
Dancing and tingii g, und a ecene from
the "Merchant of Venice'' follow; the
w hole to eoncludo with the farce of the
The truiu for Meveuioa on the Nash
ville, Decatur and Stevcni'ou line of
Iiailroads, will depart ou and after this
day, June 11-th, at ! o'clxk, A M., i.nd
arrive atStevcn-ou at ll oJ V. M. lie
turning, will leave SU-vensoa at 7-1S P.
M., and arrive at XasLvillo at 4 20 V.
M , next day.
Of n. Thos. Crittcndfn nrritcd Ja
Cincinnati Thursday. He has Icea re
lieved of his ccmmaixd in the Army of
the Potomac at L'uownrequeet Cause:
He was too frequently placed under the
command cf Inferiors in rank. Gen.
Crittenden says he left the Army of
the Potomac in exceedingly goed con
dition, and full of confidence that they
will soon be in iossession f Richmond.
It is the opinion of the best infonned
officer that, during the whole series of
tattle between Grant and Lee, the
loss.- of the armies have been about
equul in killed and wounded, while we
have taken twice as many prisoners as
we have lo?t The roost remarkable
thing General Crittenden made note of,
during his campaigning with the Army
of the Potomac, was the wonderful art
thi men have acquired of fortifying.
Either army, with no tools other than
bayonets, fryingpans and camp axes,
can fertify formidably in an hour and a
Gen. Crittenden has orders to report
to Gen. Sherman.
There was a considerable number ef
persons in town, from the country, yes
terday. They reported the growing
crops in pretty fair conditiem.
. The family market was well attended
ye-aterday, and abundantly supplied
with vegetable, which were generally
of excellent quality. There was no
lack of meats Spring chickens were
plentiful, at SO to 50 cent a piece. We
saw one gentleman from the country
making an investment, with a view to
taking the young things home to raise.
The stock in hia neighborhood waa ex
hausted. There were about 100 bales of Cotton
sold in thi city yesterday at $120 a $121
The Pres don't like Lincoln and
Johnson; neither does Jeff. Davis. A
fellow feeling makes both wondroua
belligerent toward the Baltimore nomi
nees. In view of the high price of egg3, an
editor down East states that he has de
termined, after mature deliberation, to
sell his printing office and purchase a
W. C. Collier has our thanks for late
A Curious Incident cf the Ucbcl Bob
her raid at leilngton.
Through a letter from Dr. Chipley,
Superintendent of tho Eastern Lunatic
Asylum, at Lexington, Ky., we learn
one of the most remarkable incidents
we have ever known of its kind. The
robber gang of Morgan attempted to
make their way into Lexington, under
the protection of the Asylum buildings.
But the fire from Fort Clay was too hot
fo? the rebels. One of the shells from
Fort Clay passed through the front
wall of the Asylum, making a hole
twenty-one inchea in diameter. The
shell entered the room, eight by ten
feet, occupied by a female, who was in
bed. The shell exploded in the room,
tearing the furniture into fragements.
The pieces of the shell were gathered
up in the room, with over fifty muskets
balls. The patient was not injured in
tho least degree.
Lht of Deaths,
It the U. S. HotpiUls, Nashville, copied
from the Record of W. It. Ckinulius, Gov
ernment Undertaker, No. 49 Church
for the wttk ending June 18A, 1864.
John Anlernn, Government Employee.
W II Piun, L, 4th Tun crv.
T Lambert, V, 121th Ind.
J O Hay, C, Isth U f?. A,
J Le.fert, Gov't Employee.
J Y Miller, B, 101 Oaio.
V H-rnn, F, ICDih Pa.
J S Muricll. A, lOih OLio cav.
V E lime, (i, 113.1 N Y.
W Hsl'iingtoD, C, 141st N Y.
A Billiek, 15, 71th 111.
K Ames, L, 3tnh Ohio.
W T Lvimisp, 1, 10th Ohio.
.Sergt. .1 L'nuc-.-woo't, F, Mth Iowa.
P l'.raawm, 1), 17th U S colored.
I) I'aytoD, K, liih U 8
M Tedfurd, X, 17ih " "
M Meier, citizen.
N Piinu, Gov't Employe. .
J V Adkinson, 4ih Tenn oar.
S WhitCeid, C, Ul U 8 eolvre i.
A liotk, tiov't Fmployce.
(J Cowdn, I, 7th Obiu.
T Short, D, '2-.nh Ind.
0 lloeltett. L, 12Vih Ind.
It M VcHs, Gov't Employ?. v
(' E Peeny, F, l.tih L H Infantry.
J C Kirong, I, lOth " Colored.
M Crightun, citizen.
J Punninq, B, 17th U S colored.
II D Love, F, 1th Teen cav.
Unknown, Employee Military F.ilrcad.
P Funis II, fO.h 111.
It A Walker.If.inployee Q. M. Dep't.
S D Neni, E, 4Cth Peiin.
C ii Mothew?, Employee Q. M. Dep't.
J Mf.rtiti, '
J I'nee, O, lOih Mieh.
A M citiren.
C E Druiar.iond, riliicn.
ElirAtth Pnitacioad, citizen.
Corj.lJ P Smith, B, 2d Teun cer.
Sergt. S Learning, A , iClli IuU.
J kt'ctou, E, 27th Ohio.
N ilne, A, 6th Ind.
E Miller, II, Hist X Y.
It Afber, I, 27ih Ind.
t-e'gt A J Stare, K, 8th Ky.
I' ense, I, Kb. Tenn.
A II Moore, E, 1st Ohio.
A Mapl, L. Cth Ind. cav.
M .Suuivaij, O, I.ih Ky.
Corjd t Orivbeile, C, 41tOLio.
N Jioot, A, Iblh U S Infantry.
i; farDev, C, 2i-Ui Pa.
J ' Coafman, T, 5:!i III.
C 8 Tillotsfu, I, 7th Vis. cuv.
A Smith, Empioyt'.o M. i)ip't.
J t.liuil', O, 27th Ohio.
11 lio;ihn, O, 15 U S colored.
J Orreu, E, lfith "
J M Crosswhite, I, fib Tenn cav.
C .pl 11 F.win, A, 17th U S colored.
J L Ille, i:,S;h Oiiio.
.1 H Cole, O, 141t .N Y
W i: Pwobiuson. P, 2t'th Ala.
V A ;sk, E, 101 Ind.
Jno tstill, tJ, iftb Ind. cv.
t'orpl Jno 15 o'armen, F, 1U1 Ills.
Peter Hale, K, 17th V a eolored.
G Goodwin, K. 100th Ind.
C Fisiiel. A, Ttlii Ind.
Oorpl Alfred A fcepper, filh Iowarav.
AViu Aruwme, A, 12 Tena cav.
Nobh Brown, Ff 10th Ohiooitv.
Vm Ls.Ieiev, K, ?.d Ohio.
W T t':irter, F, lit Obio I.t. Arty.
Ht-iiry Ca.lian, 1C, 4th Tenu cv.
tL.-:t.n, B. 101th lii.
L M Ejwe, 1, lth Mo.
li oKter, Gov't Employee.
J I '..i u i ii iti. A, 74th (ul.
S Frley, V, V.'d Ohio.
Ira I Picket, H:h llliue;s.
1" A Vele. citie!i.
J M Person, 1,1'Jth Tinn.
A Photograph of 100 Star Theatre
Actre.-ses, f.II for 50 cents, at the Cum
berland Callery. tf
A photograph of one hundred Fed
eral Generals all for SO cents, at the
g s'lery of the Cumberland. tf
A Pbctojrsph of SI Cor.ftsderete Ceneral,
ail i.r id ceritit, htthe Gallery tf tb Cum
GuvtsNiiiKT xrioTEt,u - b e niaehin
ibis, cerpentert-, teamitert, etc., fbould pre
sr.t their Vouchor, Certifies te, or Tick
t, at tLe Eankiuj IIoue, cororof Union
end Co'I.'gft ktrt-etn, wher tho vry best
prices are alway puid for every dcteription
oi Government claim.
Caicis OH TBI Defositait at Locuvtu.1,
ctiibd oa Lha very ttt trm.
Tho. S. Mass.
Gold Peas, Pocket Booi,Oper& and Field
GlflssM, Pocket Compare , Cutlery, Pocket
Albums Ac, Ac, in grea Title" at. re
duced prioes at
EOEEL & MAT.TIN'S,
8 Chorry t., nppoite Maxwell Barruckt.
rixos's"Pii.ACEKKiiir CAiixixArtvr' being
once us.ed, a supply will always be kept in
the boue as the. mopt valuable femily iaed
ioine, tni one wiihaiery plearanl to take.
jur.e 18 It
A first class Salesman ia the Pry Good
business. Good WBgea paid. Beet recom
mendation deirel. Adireti B. S.,box478,
Post O.'Ece, Nashville. jnne 17 ?.t
VTARXEP, PEXNEBAEEP. k CO.
Will nell, et suction, on Wednesday, 22d
inst, at 10 o'clock, a large and seasonable
stock of Pry Goods, embracing Prints,
Brown and Bleached Domestic, Ginghams,
Lawns, Boots, Shoe, Ilats,tc, etc.
Merchants only are invited to thi sale.
WARNER, PENNEBAKEP. CO.,
jiin-ietdi No. 70, Public Square.
Sutlers and Merchants.
Your cttention is called to our large iteck
of GooIa, consisting in part of Boots Shoes,
Gaiters, Oi ford Ties' etc., nearly all style
end qualities ; Hats and Caps, all kinds and
colors, for military and eiTil use style
conaiiiticg in part of Gen. Grant HaU, Gen.
Burnside Hal' Gen. Gilroore Hats, P.egula
tion Hat etc., Hat Cords, all colors and
kinds; Trunk, Valises, Carpet Bags, Um
brellas, Whip and Whip Thongs, Hosiery,
Shoe Findings, Cigars, Tobacco, Tee., Can
ned Fruit, Sardines, Cove Oysters, Soaps,
Candles, Soda, peppr, Spices, Blacking
Brushes, e tc., all of which will be sold low
by the case or dozen.
june 8-3m B. R. Ccttee Jt Gleavcs,
Comer of College and Broad street.
200 Boxes Lemons
Just received at W. W. Tottoj's, No. 23,
Ollege street. june4 tf.
Neatly executed at the Gold Pen Depot,
7 Cherry street, where yoa will find Pans
and Jewelry, at low figures. Call and ex
amine. ' : mayll tf.
Hungarian Grass Seed for sale at
M. L. Aliiasdbj.'s. -
may 17 tf.
A 3crKaiOE Bkmcot. We can conscien
tiously recommend to those suffefiae from
a distressing cough, Dr. Strickland's Mellif
luous Cough Balsam. It gives relief almost
instantaneous, and is withal not disagreea
ble to the taste. There is no doubt but the
Mellifluous Crugh Balsam is one of the best
preparations in use, and is all that its pro
prietor claims for it. We have tried it du
ring the past week, and found relief from a
most distressing cough. " It is prepared by
Dr. Strickland, No. East Fourth-street,
Cincinnati, Ohio, and for sale by Druggists,
at 60 cents per bottle.
ap 29 fsaeu ly
Pioneer Intelligence and Employment
Ko. WZ, Dcadcrick Street.
We will give our undivided attention to
the hiring of Houso Servants and Nurses.
Private families and Hotels can be supplied
with good and trustworthy aervaats by cal
ling on Pattow Bros, Genl. Agts.
I . B. Twenty good House Servants can
get immediate employment by nailing on
Pattow Baos, General Agents.
A large proportion of the human race
suffer more or less from venereal diseases
or the concomitants. The taint, once ac
quired, is often left to lurk in the blood, and
manifests itself through succeeding genera
tions. The great fault of the age immedi
ately preceding this was that this frightful
class of diseases were eombatted only in
their symptoms, whieh,being once subdued,
tho patient was declared cured though the
deadly virus was still unexpunged from the
fiystem. Fortunately fcr humanity, a better
stateof things has "been inaugurated, a nd
the increased knowledge Required by the
foremost in the racks of medical practi
tioners enables them to strike at the very
root of tba disorder. Prominent among
these is Pr. CVlemak, who ha devoted the
labor of'hi lifo to the discovery of the
means of totally eradicating the veneral
taint, and leaving the patient free as before
infection. That he ha3 succeeded, his
thousands of former patients testify; that
he will still succeed, his large present prac
tice plainly proves. Dr. Coleman ia one
among the very few specialists now practic
ing who are able to do what they promise
work a perfect cure. He can do this, and
that in a safe and speedy manner, without
danger or exposure. His office is located
on Cherry street, between Cedar and Dead
efick. isit him, all ye who are afflicted.
You cannot afford to remain away.
Who would use any of the many nauseous
oom pound advertised for the cure of Dys
entery, Diarrhraa, or Summer complaint,
which may or may not prove injurious in
their effect, when a preparation of Black
berry such as Dixon's BlaCebeerv Car
minative can be obtained, which is as free
from anything deleterious as Blackberries
themselves. ' june4 ltd Aw.
M. L. ALEXANDER,
WHOLESALE DEALER IN
Groceries, Sutlers' Supplies,
BOOTS, SHOES &. OATS,
No. n I?UL.IO HQUARK,
dp li tf
" CASHED, '
AT - v
V. E. CHILD & CO.'H
KO. 62 COLLEGE-STREET.
S-CAJX BEFORE DISPOSING OF THEM. "5
LIFE OR DEATH !
Don't go back to tho War,
isOR MaNT HAVE DIKP FROM DIARRHOEA
; furvt Ifwntry injrour lament. Now UJtx
nirnmR, uij do not return wwont uprljring your
kanpftw it wnh tx.Ul of lr. rttrvktind s AnU
Cniier Miitur rmenlr how many were imved
lt y-r t' tak'rnj it atUr bmni; rtim-bared tad
i'.-t)tfrom th hoKpitJ a iocurabia. th doe
inU lmme-lmtAly re.ier the wont nevere cae ol
Ixar-.-hiM or Iw-ntery. It arkncwled? by
the Kwiiity to tie th only mntiiciae Snown Uy cure
t hromc l':rrtv and ! ii!try. ow1 ion t n
!t it, for on yonr rea;m a chanM of diet and
i-r, etc., wii! niot certsjiiiy bnr? oa ilarrha,
tn i fJif cer.t bottieof le. Mm-kivu'l's Anti-Chol-ers
Mixture will caps yon and Trl others. H
wdl kvp r. jfhi .u any ciimste. lo not fail to tel
your coraia.ioa to p:T a lotUe of it is thir kcap
m)f.. ?).! lrr,(yfir vsi firpare-j eoy hT tr. A.
TU;CivLAN!, t'.sri rourtft-rtrwt, ISncmnaSi,
Ohio. ap t Ui w th wly
. Vatch Lost
ON' TKSTEKDAY, 17TH l.VJT., A FIL
Ter Hunt ni? t'.ne .str!iht Lid ttrkl
jvt U A i ."! o. 14J.IH nuuu l,i HtmiM'.
aiiAiLondon It lont while r"IC frn lh
uwi'l i Cuntierliui'l HourStal. A l.tr,J reward
-.J U if irfi at ih eie. June IS K
Furnished Houso to Let
GT1U ELFOAXT REsH'FNCE KUWN
as Nmiwk Urr)g Homw, at.d Furauurw on
u:iaMi ' tm of eroun- large ulhut-4
ti rrnts' r4iuirpr JOd well aoa ta rurtsra
Jf and ml J w.ur, aal all th oxxlera impror
tnata. M.vrjxtun in prw orar. lao,ujro
AWi4RT S. INNwS.
jux4 u heuih Xrkt-t.
... ,..-r --nmTimDr
ilar 6 tf
J. WELF & CO.,
. - j
" NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE.
A Fine Assortment of American and Imported
Gold & Silver Oased Watches,
Tc which we invite the attention of all winning to pnrchiwe, consisting in r.art of Rrvoa oitvtt v-aw
and LADIES' PINS. F1SK OOLD CHAINS, &LD SLEsVk, OOu2K jSK) OOTF BItSnT S?
Also, a large lot of i-., ., u.
Double Plated Silver Ware, Gold Pens & Holders,
We are prepared to repair Watches and Jewelry In the beet possiUe manner, and la the shortest pos
siuie time. Ail work warranted.
N. B. Orders from the front solicited, and promptly attend to. Address
A. M. DILUN.
GL K. CATTLfiH
DILLIN & CATTLES.
IN ALL KINDS OP
STAPLE AND FANCY
WE HAVE JUST OPENED A LAR3K AND
carefully eeietd eoiuimucjt m put
of tbe Ibllowing articles :
N.O. BROWN SUGAR,
Refined " "
fyrup in bbia and beg,
!Vioiwei " "
Fng;i'h I"a!ry Cheeei
W. K. Cl,
I Tied IWf,
Star Cii ii-iS
Soap of all kinds,
Aiinoodd, . .
j Pepper Hao-,
Sugar, Butter a&d Boda
Papw of all krada, k Ink.
Clrwin Tobacco, all
I Smoking Tobacco, ail
, (Trades, ,
CigATu, vmpirt line,
t bordoo't Condensed
OuifMyl Fruite, all kin.i,
' lnd ApplM,
Ta, extra fne,
PiK-i' Fe, P:k!d,
5 W in, eTrr kind,
Br twin, "
Rotoorww Oo. Whi'k.y,
i L'r.ioB sad Kentucky
halt, Jus., Ao, Ac
DILLIN & CATTLES,
B. LB CnXRRTTEXET.
nj-ta ftatwwn Otwdi M Cala.
m Je J,. J
J. WELP & CO.,
BOX 3 93, NASHVILLE, TEXN."
Successors to Taos. J. Merrltt.
U ii i o ii - 8 t r c e t ,
18 FINISHED IN FINE STTLE, AND FURNISH
ed wltn everything necetiBary for the conifort
and arccmmoJauon of vleitora. It ia tur of ho
and being only in the aecond story. It tan
Two Large Operating Rooms.
SIDE & SKY LIGHTS.
The operator are the best and njotexperieartl
In the country j aaionc them, wms ft-om Brlyn
celebrated Gaiiery in Nevr York. Thia MtoUuih
ment is well eupphed with the
LATEST ANV I11SST
In UAe, tofftbor with tacilitlea for PriuUiyr and
Wahinjr fhotomph nnequalei ty any in this
CARTES Do VISITS,
3IELAIN0TVPES AND COPIES,
made at this establishment, are warrant! to com
pare ftrorably with any artictw production of
either Europe or America.
Guarantees of Satisfaction
g'Ten to all ratrrvn. Work finished with neatte
aod lspauh, and (wrticulv aottouan given to all
on lorn for Photographs of the
Generals of Both Armies
on the rwvfpt of ft for 10n. cr t tnr SO ; and alao
of FOREIGN CELEBRITIES Fancy Pictures,
Copiea, Engravings, et.
A larxe awortmeot of
kept oottAtaatiy oa hand.
Soldiers in the Field
ean tt ooa docan PhotAfrraph of (CvoitvmIv
mjwti to Oiem, by fnrwm-d.ng to thi etjitimat
a 4at picture and av doiW.
List of Artists.
PboHrrahra-J P. OfwawCJ, L. LotgnarC
Ambruty pi t B. F. Btdwin.
Pnntr Wm. mhiue M. Baker.
Colorua In OU orf L'tiry.
GIERS & CO.
PraprSotor NasiaBai Phototrraph GmZtrj,
may a U aa4 M U(uo4 't. '
I ' If
CrEBBILllt ACTITE IX KE.MrCKT.
Ihcy Ectered EIliabtthtOTrn last
Tclesraph Wires tut .t;ir t!ic To?,n.
. Laitaiht, a'-out ci-Lt o'clock, a .t.&II
baad of guerillas dashol into Jlliialcih
ton, Kentucij, pln.Iorirg the fur", an J
taking off a. number of Lrse. They cut
the telegraph Kiifs, c-.jr the j-Iaiu-, to that
we were unable to lonra tho extent of their
drre.!at;ons, or whether or not they In
jured the Railroad. It h to le l oped the
tain fr XashTille vrxt warned in t'.r.ie tu
prevent its capture.
A Hap?j Ketort.
TLe style in which tba Fresiderit h
assailed by the Democratic prtS3 is il
lustrated in the heading of a vituj cra-
tive article in the Rochester Union, .
follows: "The reasons why Fiinaiics
and Fools support Lixcol.w" Tohd
th8 Troy Times rejoins: "Wendell
rhillipa do? not suppoi t Lim neither
does the Kochester Uuion. Thr.t U a
sufHcient answer to the Union's asser
New England will give a majority f
2X),0G0 for Lincoln and Johnson ; New
York 80,000; Pennsylvania 50,0); Ohio
IOOjCkX); the remainder of the Western
SUtea 200,000; arid the Pacific States
40,000. They will likewise carry 3rio
souri, Maryland, and Delaware, by fair
majorities. The only States that cop
perheads can hope to cuSly, are New
Jersey and Kentucky, and these arc
When Vallandigham informs the
"men of Ohio" that the year of Lid ab
sence was one of "disaster," it Might be
well to be more explicit in the use of
the term we hava placed in quotat ion
marks. If he means that the year has
been one of much individual misfortune
and Borrow, of great losses and sacri
fices of life and property, then the year
has been one of disaster. Hut if he
means, as is implied from the connec
tion in which the remark is made, that
the year ha3 been one of disaster to the
United States, the fact does not appear.
When Vallandigham " passed through
our lines, the pickets of tho Army of
the Cumberland, extended but a few
miles south of Murfreesboro, Tennessee.
They are now further south of Rome
Georgia, than they were then south of
ashville; and almost as near the Gun
of Mexico as they they then were to
the Tennessee river. Vallandishara
was hospitably entertained at the head
quarters of the rebel Army of Tennes
see, at Shelbyville. If he should have
occasion to call upon his friends ag iin,
he would be obliged to seek them two
hundred add fifty miles further south.
The Chattanooga Kebe.l, which glori
fied the martyr, calling him "our sort
of man," is no more heard from. Re
vived at Dalton, after we "occupied and
possessed" Chattanooga, it passed away
as our victorious legions inarched
through the mountains of Northern
Georgia. Vallandigham wa3 reported
by the rebel paper3,as saying to Gene
ral Bragg, if Vicksburg could be held
by the rebels, ho would be elected Gov
ernor of Ohio. But the rebel strong
holds on the Mississippi fell, and John
Brough had over one hundred thousand
majority for Governor of this State. It
was during Vallandigham's pilgrimage
that Lee invaded Pennsylvania ai d
was beaten back from the immoithl
field of Gettysburg, and now, instead
of reveling among the rich farm- of
the North, what is left of the rebel
"Army of Northern Virginia." has oc
cupation south of the James, and tho
thunder of Grant's cannon echoes from
the Capitol hill of Virginia. Thes
things may seem to Vallandigham ex
ceedingly disastrous, but they indicate
the power and prowess of the arms of
the United States; and they prove that
the only hope of the rebellion is the
Vallandigham party in the North, v.l.o
endeavor to divert the men and means
of the country from the prosecution of
the war. Cin. Com.
5j"If you want your pianos vrell
tuned, call on Mr. Jackson, at C. D. E :n
sen's Music Store,
Dr. Jones, Ifo 23 Dedericfc strf-t, troaU
nothing but private deceases end conse
quently devotes Lis wholo time tu tliii class
. Tkbxs. A charge is made in the Cr-U
place and medicines arq then furni.hod
free of eharga until a cure is effected. A
cure ia certain.
CAur.ioir, KsuGMr Jt Co's Vh'-lksalb
DepaRthkjit. Mozambique s, Greua li w,
and other Dress Goods of superior quai:Ty
and styles in great variety, and lower tLiiii
they can be bought in 2?ew York and landed
here. One thousand dollars on every fctvei.
thousand dollars of outlay on Silks and
drees Goods saved by Laying at Cauhu.),
K-TIODT A Co.'a., "o. 1, Ilicks's LIk-V,
Nashville. Call and tee tho trutb of this
TIHKAKEH OF THK iVI '.Ti-
lj V IJri, BEMiNAL, I'KINA KY A.M.' siKX UA L
feitiTEMiS- tww and r4.U rtmn in fiirt
of the HOWARD A-JsoCIATlu.N rnt hy n I m
fraid lttr envlorsvi, frc of cttxrxt. A Ui
It. J.8K1LL1X HOUullT ' JNfT'jwnr i Asso.-iai.on,
No. 3, Sooth Niath-Btrwt, PhliivieliiriiJi, Po.
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No. 4 or jnxBtuig.
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No. or Mammoth. . i f
No. T or Miomc (rtrai t !
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All peu bear my t:-a.U mvi, " C. P. Fk?i,
Exraa Lnr., ir.," ff.rw.-ii'-h I ha wnrfj t--ODpv-r?oW,
and are wJTHCit-l 14 CurnU 6u an-1 per
fect in vry rp:t. ti! iy a.i or !pr n i
any part of the country on rwpi of' pre w, t re
turn tJvtrott. Persons or'Ur.ng a .J p!-ur kv th-t
tr.vt and iftyie l-i rfi, witMher hwl or enl. rin or
ocarw; and if Die rchou;d ftui to j.:iu) i,r r.rore
dptntif, will have the prv:l t of it.
A dxduruon of CIaij prf nt. aliowH on or ..- r.f
Ji or o, and t-nty-nv pr writ, rm (fj. ,
tli'. Urai disrounto mi to th tr,,iv m i
pnw rpaire-i In the kxs.t BWEwr fvr PITY
CE.VTM (md tm.p) each. Pen and Wales --.-l-U:tb
wt rum. AddrtMi
C. P. BA X",
Vetler la Oold Pen and Arnrv-aa U ui .. ?
tii Main-otreet. C'r. K,x:h, ljcii;sr..., t.
Price Lht of Genciae
FUra E3ry, wlib A ;"- cj j-... Ijx
" tri;tix fcilvrr cm. .
Full Jeweled, " . .
Plan riartiwa, -
Full Jeweiwi, " - " " ... S
- " chonoro'r " " . t
- - Appkton, Tracy A Co., fr-:J li
, with aiirr ra"-.. ... 90
Full Jrw-i1 Appio, Tr-v A Co., chrutwrj-
tr baUuoe. with nKr 7i
Tha aoove l for two jnc ca-m. fcrtm .'or tf,r-
ejnoe oawa, ti ; Mi urn, ti i. W:ll "fit
f-a rv rruul or xprr on r'ip' prv-. au t
Watt a oltxuur aut nen. Auar--
c. p. Barnes.
Dear in Child Pen and Amorumo Wj--c.
Mia-Wt, Cor. Hu-Jx, Lou'.j a, i.y.
! 7 'JtW - 1
t If-rrV L..
WHO ARE AFFECTED WITH
SYPHILIS, -SCROFULA, GONORRHEA,
Seminal Debility, Impotence,
R ANT MsEAH OF TilS r.LoD. OR (iKMTAL OR f KISART O ROANS, CV BS CUBED
by nnnly nc to lr. A. KiCjf Ahl JUN ES, at h oftwm. Sa. 23 rwa.Urj k-.tm!. 1 .t . .1 .
Jiu-e ujay l (runred bf g viag ilia ymptoiuA vi
sDr. J. may always be fonnd in hi. ofSoe.
OOTS AND SHOES.
(AT THE OLD -KclTl BUSSED 8TAND)
HA3 JTJST OrSNED A
BOOTS &d SHOES.
f AD2 KXPRK-iiLT TO K16 or.DKH. flirt
i?.L rt-daa wort la tha b.:i j;ifrAaea fcr la
Invito the attention of the Ladies to the elfg&ot
FliiiNCII, ENGLISH, AND ITALIAN LASTING CONGRESS OAITESi
BALMORAL A.ND LACE BOOTS,
FINE KID, GOAT, AND CALF BOOTS,
GAITEltS, BALMORAL AND BUSKINS,
And eyy description of SLIPPERS, of tha moet beautiful atylea.
F. H. FRENCH
(-'alls partuvala- (Attention to the suporior quality ct his
FRENCH CALF BOOTS, BALMORAJLS, CONGRESS GAITERS.
OiFDKD TIE. .St:oTCll LOTTO M SHOES,
ARMY SHOES, CAVALRY AND OFFICERS SOOTS,
All of the best quality auai dakn.
For fflisses and Children,
I'Ss bio- win V (b iai roiiUuiio dfrj dosirabie arUie, cvaie InthenwH 4orMe mvmt, tcgiihtt
w.th a flr. 9 assortment fcr
Boyf, ii ii 1 Y o ii t li B
. KvRaT &TTLK. qUIUTT A.SD LE3CKl?nOX
Utvaa ptkrdcuiar arteanoa to
Iw--j eipcri'i--) ia t'.i want of huyer 6aj etuuiut tlm to ofiVf aoprvor aiiacri'vii tn bis wil
o 'e t h-o i of I i..nt f oodi, wsx a will touud In evary rtnpeot OMUrpamMl hv aoy oiiitM
bt-xil in Uie d.-natry, and w.U ji i at iij ict raiij prliwe. np va
ARM Y CLOTHIERS,
riiX C iMriNTj.T (,1 H A5Xi, AT
b.ulAMi A.i U t. K-fCi, a
CLOTH, BEAVER AND FLANNEL
DUES21N. KEIEY, BEAVER. CHRDUlfjY AID FLANNEL PANT3,
t CLOTH AND BEAVER JACKETS,
SWORDS, SAHHE.S AND BELl'S,
FINE V,'jL OVE1-SHIRT.S,
LINEN AND MERINO UNDE1U1IIST3 & D RATVER3,
EWTS AND SHOES.
LLATH AND CAi ri,
YALI.SES. FELLS.SIER AND LTAVELiACZA
ULOVE:s, GAUNTLETS, etc., eta
Corner Sixth 2nd Main-streets, Lculsvilb, Ky.
13 PubSlo Square, Nashvills, Tenx
eiv-loKng a fe. Aa.lre3
2 Deadenck-strtet, Nshvli, Term.
june 1J tf
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