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WX. CiSICUOy CO., rablkhcra.
SUSP AT, JCSE 11, 1S65.
We republished yesterday an article
from the New York Commercial Adver
tiser expressicg the .opinion that Gen.
Lee could not be tried for treason with
cut a violation of the faith of the Got
rninetit;pledgedhroughGen. Grant in
tue tortus of surrender accorded to Lee
Tj.t pprored by the administration.
There is a division of opinion upon this
Question. A writer in the Army and
Nary Journal, who appears to be fa
taiiliar with the military law and usa
ges, thinks the General amenable to
civil Uw, and makes a strong argument
to fciisUin this position. The Richmond
VThig of June th, publishes the charge
cf lion. J.C Underwood, judge for the
Eastern District of Virginia, to the
grand jury of the C. & District Court
which met at Norfolk on the 31st of
ilay. We make the following extract
from this charge : .
To an icquiry which has been made
by an officer of the court whether tiu
trmt cf ptroU agreed vjxm tcith General
Lte were any prelection to thote talirg the
pjrol'., tit annerr it, that tea a mere mtti
tary arrangemnii and can have no in fluence
vpJn ekn'righu or the status of the per
i ha question is of very grave import
ante and should not be determined
without thorough investigation and
A large nunber of discharged volun
teer, are enlisting in the regular army.
Tbe? have doubtless become attached
ma sddier's life.
The Charlettoa Courier of the 1st
June says. Hon. James L. Orr is ad
orer-sing tb citizens of Pendleton and
ntb"r districts on the propriety of their
thorough yielding to the views of the
OoTemmtnt and a speedy, return to
A witnec bt-fors the Militarv Coutt
Tjun-'ay, Edward Trazer.of tt Louis,
urufif d that the burning of Western
sts.mboats lwt year was au'.horiied
Mid raid for by the ttWl authorities;
thit himself and accomplices visited
l:icltroi:d and had convreations with
.! lUvis, Bfijamia and Seddon on
tl.e fulj-K-t, and that he (Frsier) was
iltfc U-d by Davis himself to try and
t urn the hng bridge between TashTille
n.atunooca, as well as all tbe
jrtrmter s stores he could gain
Jwlgf Bcr;lcn, an influential citizen,
umde a sperch in Dallas county, Ala a
iL'rt X'.mf eeo. He said the war had
leuid two yutioc secession and
!'.. vloih adversely to the South,
u i be ouiikvl'it-d conciliation and
1,11.. i ri li'in.
'i.-rrltl Smith wss invited by the fol
low m t.-ts-ns, to deliver an address at
t't Co vi-' Iiitiiut-e, on the etening of
the b h int, on "The Present Attitude
rf t'.i' Orticlry
Uo-i.cr,Gre'.fy, -CUodfrey Ounther,
L H (''iM-io, Henry V Beecher,
Kictn r i Otiorman, I1. id Dudley Field,
.aiu. L lUr'ow, Henry W. Bellows,
V, "list i ntnarkable about this is the
mixture of tLe names of New York Ah-
i:tiou:n'.s and Copperheads. It is one
of tbe .-ijiis of the times, showing the
profrrws of lb process of the disinte-p-n'.ion
of the old parties and the reor
nr.ijiilon of new ones. Tbe New York
New-, tbe Copicihehl vrgsin of 'ew
Y.m k, touring the call upon Ir. Smith,
S'ranite ns it mav appear, we ex
"ion lb lmtmtn t New- York
t -tn an 1 hear the veteran Abolitionist
.n Tkursiay evening, at the Cooper
("att. Travis Tlie Jfaroa ller
a:d of tbe ."lt May ssyr
The celebrated pictol shot, whose
nm an t renowned Rkill lias been tne
wonder of lh world, has permanently
loeitpJ h"'re. r.u 1 will shortly open a
L'ji(r lor ibn rix!umodatioa of par
titw ho are land of this pastime, over
Ho izkin s run rsUblmhment, OD llul
U rrv clreeu Crowds no doubt will vis
it hmi. not only on account of hi
wonderful akilt, tut alwto learn them'
A flalsTleworthe Casf.
'.Ve should no longer havs a doubt as
to tur rt al tuition e are undergo
.,f chanies ' not dreamed of in our
v.hil"'pby." A to our new political
nd 1 noei-tio relations, we have sutli-
cirut lights l-o lore us to comprehend
thcni. Niiuf of our tnenas, so lone ao
customed to ditTerent uiie, seem loth
u ndtuit that we are about to realize
the c!iiip . which it hs been the pro
vmeeoftbe pres to adviwe them of.
4 a to s l.i very, it dies with the rebellion.
.:ue think the Supreuie Court will
muni au at t wbicu tn entorced for
ilf umf. as a miuUry measure, neeee-
Mkrv to the suppression ot tne rebellion.
The sooner tln delusion is dispelled
'be bet t-r it will be for ourselves and
the country. Ibiroogh the operation
..f the l're-tiu'. Bureau, the liorern
lMffit is proc-fding viroroun!y to es
tat likb, in iUiuot every section of the
country, the ntm relations between the
tiffra siid bis former tnsttter. As to
th- practicability of the fystem, or any
vw we may entertain ot the fubject
I.!f. rent frum those of the authorities
i do not change, in the least, the fact,
t'lat cur former iysU'm ofUbor is un
itrro'.itg a complete revolution. The
4U-tioa we hve to mtt, is to make
vu tst cl" it, and place ourselves in
order arfoidii. ply.
A to t'ur reiiiiion with the General
tovi riimrLt, it i simple and plain.
V.V ar eiored to our former obliga
tiour atid alieiancA. True, some of
thefvorit political theories to which
we adhered t i in the psst, have bem
subnit rpivl. The question of State Sov
rj:nty has be.-n s.tled on the broader
I ki of rox'tf 'tn nationality, lience
lctrth h Stains are integral parts of
a Federal Head, aud indivisible, by
virtu of tbi-ir t-s?nlil existence to
the bfe being of the whole. They will
xrrire, as tiiihrrto. all local and mu
niivnal fuuct.otis sulject alike to the
Ihvi' and ocr.s;itutioa of the United
Suies . j
The opjOtr.g theori of Thomas
Jetfersoo cd Alexander Hamilton,:
!iave i.t ln?ih culminated in the tri-
uuph o! tuo latter. The antagonistic
i-ifmn of ih-rf gT-l men, a to the true
theory of bepublican Oovernment,
whi b buve betru advocated with o
much real by their reepecUve adher
ents, suit wliuh have aiternatel in the
varioua a loiiniHtrationa of the Govern
ment f rm its inceptiou, has results
n tbe bi.l triumphs of those of Mr
Hamilton. Henceforth the Stales have
no exerciseot iheaoveieign power which
has been rUitupd for tliein, that high
prerogative Wing vested excluively in
uh General Oovi'rnment.
Th ar facU, which, however, con
trary they may be to the Irsson Te
were tuj;ht, w riuct accept, neverthe
less, ai the logic of necessity. Cititiiea
.tiip in JIaachuetts and rsouth Caro
Lna, confers one andtherameV-eneSts,
with no right or immunity peculiar to
the one, not enjoyed by the other.
Aaife irom the change in our domes
tie institutions, ve resume our
places in the Union, in the exercise of
all civil fttJ political fuucUons, jut
tire we ceawa ui exrrnse mem l
the beginning of
i - . ,i : . l
livs enactea prior m me
war we become subject to, the same as
if their enforcement had not been in
terrupted. AIM Slate Governments
are reoig' tbPPl wlU
to tbe JU-uoa of Governors, member.
fn-Tews the t Legislatures, and
lrr. as the, did befor. th.
war suvJct to such restriction ai i pay
ipoUd a the elecuve fxsxcha
Eatcrdav, June 10, 1?C5
Senate opened wth prayer by 2Ir.
House bill 2o I2r). to incorporate the
United Hebrew Brethren Benefit Soci
ety of Memphis. Passed third reading
House bill No 113, to incorporate the
New York and Tennessee Petroleum
and Mining Company. Passed third
House bill No 147, directing the At
torney General of the Nashville Judi
cial Circuit and other districts to issue
HclUprote qvi. Passed third reading.
House bill No 145, for the suppres
sion of crime. This prohibits ant tr
ton or persons from keeping 4a their
possession a rebel fiag or emblem of the
rebellion under a fine of from $7j to
Mr Bosson offered Senate resolution.
that coming together, as we did under
circumstances' of peculiar interest to
themselves and the State, comparative
ly strangers to each other, now over two
months ago; this brief period of time
has suiSced, to create on the mind a
feeling of respect and esteem for Hon.
S. R. Rogers, who, by the unanimous
voice of this body, was called to cre-
eide over its deliberations, and who in
tne discharge of responsible duties.
manifested promptitude of action, abil
ity and habitual courtesy, combined
with distinguished loyalty. We here
by tender to bim our acknowledgment
and regard for his impartial and cour
tious administration as speaker of the
Senate, wishiBg him restoration to
health and eminent success in the ele
vated position to which he has been
assigned as one of the Chancellors of
EtSPOKSB OFTH8 SPEAKER.
Gextlevex or tee Sf.kate: " I extend
to you my kindest feeling for this com
pliment you have been released to be
stow on me as the presiding officer of
meoenawj. i leei, gentlemen, that 1
have endeavored to the beet of my poor
ability to discharge the duties imposed
on me as speaker with impartiality at
least, and I owe much to you for your
kind aid and co-operation in maintain
ing order. I feel that I have no langu
age at my command to fully express
my gratitude to you for your kindness;
If at any time I have said or dune any
thing to hurt the feelings of any Sena
ator, I here withdraw any such remark,
and ask you not to remember it in tbe
Gentlemen of the Senate, take bome
with yon and each of you my kindest
regard and highest respecU I bid you,
one and all, farewell. ' "
Mr. Senter offered Senate resolut:on,
that the thanks of the Senate are du
nd are hereby tendered to E P Cone,
Principal Clerk of the Senate, and II 8
Klagg, Assistant Clerk of the same, for
the prompt efficient and gentlemanly
manner in which they have dischargd
the duties of their respective positions
That the thanks of the Senate are
due and are hereby tendered to Charles
E Morse, James C Rogers and Duncan
R. Dorris, Reporters, lor the general
accuracy with which they have report
ed the proceeding of this body.
Also, the thanks of the benate are
hereby tendered George C. Cate, for
ihe promptness with which be has
discharget the duties of Lis position
and his uniform, disposition to oblige
The Senate then adopted House
joint resolution, that the General As
sembly adjourn on Mondsy at nine
o'clock, to meet again on the first Mon
day in October. i
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.
... Sattbdat, June 10, 18C5.'
The House was called to order at 8
Blli OS THTKD RKAKISO.
By Mr. Mullins: Requiring the mem
bers of the General Assembly to take a
certain Oath. Pasted and referred to
SSHATI ItrU-SOX SEC0KB HE A DISC.
Senate bill No. C4, to nicilrtate legal
proceedings, and for other purposes,
with report of Judiciary Committee re
commending its rejection. Peetponed
to the October setfi jn.
KEHOlXTIOkS or THAIES.
Resolved, That the thanks of this
House are most cordially tendered to
the Hon. William Heickell for the able,
prompt, efficient and impartial manner
in which he has presided over the de
liberations of tutu tody duriug tne
present season, and we will ever re
member with pleasure his fidelity in
the discharge of the duties of his posi
tion, and his uniform and generous
honesty to his associates.
Mr. Hood, in offering the resolution,
said that, under the circumstances, it
was eminently proper that he should
be the one to propose it At the com
mencement of tha session, he had been
the rival of his venerable friend, the
..ow presiding officer, for the Speaker
ship. He was defeated after au excit
ing contest, and now, at the close cf
the session, he would cheerfully be the
first to tender his highest regards to
his worthy friend who had occupied
the chair so ably and well, and felt
proud that the honors of the Speaker
ship had fallen on one who had so im
partially and nobly fulfilled the duties
of Lis ardious position. Unassuming,
modest, yet decided in his rulings, he
had learned to place the utmost oonfi
denoe in his decisions, and love him as
None had fought more persistently
man nimseii ior tne advocacv ot cer
lain measures, yet now that the contest
was over, he was constrained to say
that he had the kindest feelings to ail.
cherishing towards his confreres, one
and all, sentiments of fraternal feelings
anu re pec i.
Mr. Mullins rose and anokn pr faAi
Ingly in responding to the sentiments
of the resolution He referred to the
peculiar circumstances surroudicg the
preeeni A-eguiatura He met here
after the surges of war had devastated
our fair State. Light has now appear
ed; the dreadful cloud is rent asunder,
and our prospect are bright and auspi
cious wnere all was chaos and con
fusion i we now have peace and civil
law, and our Commonwealth, un
der a reign of peace and har
mony, will go on from conqueiing
and to conquer, and her future great
ness will far eclipse the grandeur and
prosperity of the past. Our present
nappy assooiMions are about to ter
minate, and before adjourning he could
not but recur to the pleasant and gen
ial friendships, and the happy sur
roundings which have characterized
our sittings throughout.
Atter paying a feeling and noble
tribute to his friend. Mr. lloorxr. Via re
sponded to the sentiments embodied
in tne resolution, and said that loo
much praise could not be awarded to
the venerable Speaker cf the House,
whose bearing, dignity and ability in
the discharge of his arduous duties-
were such as to elicit tue warmest ad
miration. Mr. Steele desired to add a word bv
way pi warm appreciation lor the man
ly dignity, courteey, and eood fixvLnfn
chvriahed by all the members on the
eve of adjournment.
several other members rpoke brieflv
in the same strain, warmly expressing
their high appreciation of the many
nooio qualities oi me peaaer.
Mr. Speaker Heiakdl was deeply
affected on essaying to respond to
the words of kindness and respect he
had just been listening to, and while
a king to be excused from speaking at
length which he could not do in his
prevent stata of mind he could not
but asy thai b was deeply grateful for
the expressions of regard and esteem
from so many members.
Considerable feeling and deep inter
est was manifested throughout the
House during the responses to the res
olution, and, in anticipation of an ad
journment en Monday, the kindliest
and most fraternal feelings were man
ifested among the member. The res
olution was unanimously adopted.
By Mr. Gain ileoolved. That the
thanks of this body are hereby tender
ed to the clerks of the House, the door
keepers, and the juvenile paga, (or the
able and efficient manner in which
they have performed their repective
duties. Unanimously adopted.
l-j Mr. Ibornburg: Jtwsolve!t, That
the thanks of this House, be tendered
to the reporters of the di'JTrent paper
of the city, who have acted in this
Bouse, for the manner which they tave
performed their arduous duties. Cnan
unouaSy adopted. '
A message from the Senate was re
ceived announricg tht r2sof Houmi
bill So. H 112, 112, 126, 143 d 1J7,
and Senate bill- No. 107, 120, 97. 55, St,
1 . 1-7, 1-0 130 and 145; aho tae
adoption of House joint resolution No.
-, and non-concurreuca with House
joint resolution No. Cl
Ua motion the House adiourned to 7
o'clock Mondfcy morning.
"We would respectfully notify the patron
of the houss known as'Cougrii Kail, cor
ner Church and Summer, that ws have
morpj oor bar, wines, liqnors and cigars,
to the Innaganna restaurant on Cherry
atret, where thove famous cobblers, wine
snd liq-iors of all kinds will be served a p
in the tnott improved style. While Con
gress Uall existed, it was 'the gateat place
emong the gay, and lived like a jolly K od
fellow. We hope and trust to see all of our
old patrons, and all who love a good cool
refrtbhing drink at the Donsganna. We
shall endeavor by every possible mesne to
inuke tne Donaganna as congenial a place
as tbe moat fastidious migbt desire.
A fine wine room is always at the service
of our patrons. F. . Tittm Jt Co.
fir esse Deutsche Versamrslang !
Grosse Bcufcfhe Versamialang !
GrosseDcclscIie Versannlung !
Grand German Meeting!
ra prrMt firmi Mpcticg he'd
1 hurp'l t, the lain of Jnet m the Cnnnroom,
anov lbs Marltot Houw, al'1 o'clock, p m. We
are ncouragd lo bold this mt-etmg from ibe feet
uvrMur! H- S. I. Carter. U-prejcnlatve frnm !'
wtw-io ea 1 1, in onr vrgi Inure tu-m',j .
arerv berroao isexpvied tj ai'eml na sceount of
the g est imporuuee of the subject u be disi'USMd.
cd obrr d;t;osu!hd gentlemen, wfl l prrfeebt
to add! ess tne mat licg.
C C. Gins,
P. J. EAUrA!C,
' Tarn. Kxx'B,
Dr. J. M. STOUT,
0 his rr-fefmooa emeu io 'he ntisns
o' Mi-hnlla aid ticinity, in tb various
b siH hwuoi ri'pr'fe-gmn ... .
f-rici - No. s.V. oiMT stirot, with T T. R. C. K
Vs tic. It dete at Mr. 'arra'V, Eds; 6e i, (Dr.
Unni.iu'- uld reeiileiice ) - junell -St
St-ayed or Stolen.
ON ifc r.i of Jnn, fr-m the pomer nt Marl"-'t
and Fr iikl'n Hiwi. br Hi , lxnt
hnd hiRh, a si eok in one r ve, ni'rt nbout 7 re
nd. A (ri. , rami Hore, It haud-h gh, rvn bick,
iih tawiur msrus oa h: nbounierii end hme
Blrl;s niibf nd-- and aV'in II jfani ola. A .It
ral r-wnrd will oe wiwn f-r ihsirre urn u rue, cor
uer of M a. ket and 1 1 aiui.ua .irwci.
junell .: ... ,,, K J. MA RUN.
Tcbacco and Cotton Factors,
I?ro;d Street, Sew loik.
TJtwil ad rc will he mj.tn crn proreriv
Cisa.gned to tae above addrfs t.y
. 11 O. Ki.WCO.MB fUOS.
, j'JEeIl-2m Loo.sTiUe. Ky.
Nctics ta Claimants.
ALL person hdrlng filed ctsjm hefewi th
HrarliP Nn hlle, 1 e.iu., . an he th-ir
l t.ooii ttoJd ;o ; and ai th col'.ejiion d( ii
Claims aiaiost tbe
! UNITED STATES,
V T rP'Jing lo me. at the offli-e of
Campbell, McEra & Groesbeck.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Vo. 12 Horth Chrry Btrw. (np p'irn, onr Tar
L f H. M. GtORECK,
urai anii jiwc IKiar l of Cm.nr.s
iepu it (.uniner.aixt. juutU w
Notice of Insolvency.
'l'lltc mtnivenpy of the -te of Ji. M. Coll'c
js. , utuk n?'n ugifefd, nil persons haiini
Tier ot the I'oun'T Court of Hiitnerionl oounly
T-ane-e by ihe tir-.t day ot beptembT n-x'. or
n.p u.. ..ii pBa i, 1r nt-ainst their euilee
, junell-l-. JoHN W. CL.4RK, Admr.
, Cypress Shingles.
1 ri fit !H ""PkFsi hui xiu.ia.
J9rHJ tu,UM fojntr sninHies
! Ja.-t received Mid Tvrntie hy
' Hrond and Mij-h Mtifl)
HEICJUARTKKt P'lfiT OF MHi I.E.
'1; PR(.V0-Si 1! iK.-vH.AL,
NssuviLLc, TiM.. Juue nth.' li. f
xr, JiM., Juue nth,
No ?. f FtTErr.
ii i.in(t rep ie.y hrotifht tn tbn rnXvtt r the
FoHt Uimoader. itiat a inm,t-r of rToo. -Taim-
niK vu if runuTH ami driinimr. ( t varivta Kai.k
trnisnl Mt!nt le boaw m th'?itv, sr f-enus.i
Uii'theBii H, ep rtslly m the nuelibort.'-vl t
l-e pjy i eo.r i.m nt nd the o-ee o- th i i-bjr-
x..., ,, ,. r. inr ire puroose nt do-einni;,
Bien. iujluyee, who ne reeeive-I tt,fei- Touch
It ie hereby deeWed tht this pr.(i., j, crmi
" I''" lotiwt enaed therein wilt b
tuecr m d puu'5h'Kl wlr-ioS w the jrrsde ol
All nrli's y PnlK'e twi-m m trie eifr ure herert
"".v, .u a uranr ai s.nctiy as pos
eoimnsnd of llrvt. Mnj. Oee. r. MtLira.
jeto-lt cpf. and Prorot inarslial.
AI.LyrwnswhnkuT" nit pud their Ux or
l"wl, sn i vrnh io esve Uie eeumii etior of n-
-reel rU .s-t, l,a beHee rjUJ CO A. A. hrna.l.
" auiooj.iod 1.1 re r 'h -ir tor
" , , 1'KI.HOvK.
juaf 10-1 Col,er-tor (or 1WI
: J. A. SANDERS,
-t7-Ji.i rpenadachool. mr the r. derce
, w oi .ni" wc airy, la .(rrnel-i, Tenn
On Monday, 12th Inst., at 9 o'clock, t.m
m inn deeire lo eead their ch:Mr-n will
cna me u-riiM liberal. j:inH
iUXXEVLL,MO0HES & ULKILL,
laecarrai aire rsii.ris m
ti jiu s:rr:t, b:lr.i Ti'ri and Tm
fivrivviTt ftr t
Jr.neg-Sm. ' '
OF t!m h reetotitaof CilNRAD TRtMES. He
is .r at dwav and br Frjte'.ia a hnn
i.1 Whu -l hearl from e Vaa at C'ereiatd,
Tenr.eee. Any mi .miaiioo eoneeTiing h:tn will
aoc oo!t he pa.a lor, hut (rr(fiiil ree.,i r-r tbe
Oder 'ened. j Fu
xw p. o. hnx sjs. N,.h le. T.mib.
fc.ooiT.ile t hig copy c ue we, k and eend Ult to
Stores at Auction.
nrnre.nr. Jure !th, at o ck., a.m usr
Uiree aewty erwted nor a on PUr.,Tr,er etreet. ad
Jnrn.ni; ti.-hi-.!!e Mm.u Pkerv, n I,eof
lt. A See ki.o, be.,! eentrily locstert. and
a an exee lea- ne vhturanod. .
bale u-uuve. Irrme "-h.
: C H. MCEOLH CO
i First National Bank,
I W CtLLEGE STBtET.
A IT.DMHPORT M.)T t firenhoodred dn'l".
21'' i V 1 UTdmt ' -shtiw-t.
."tVr , n,J,"r""0- on r aArtut ihe e.h
from dau7 f -A tamy day.
d p are hafCy warned aesinas'sie wur.
('t M lm tune. - .
- .... aVr-efAjUHALL.
a-asiivuea, r, ufta, '
, CrunV, GJasoock Jt Co, will sell at auetina
on Tuedav and Wednesday next, Juce
lh and 14 h, their entire atork of Oooda
tielo In.iae, eonsi.Mnf of Domestica
Oalio, Cbefflis, Wh to Goods, Cassimeres,
Hckp bUrt", Kats, Spool Thread, and a
fine assortamal of Goods on consignment,
all to be scld to the highest bidder.
CaLKS, GLiSrorc i. Co., -,
junell St No. TO, ruolie fiqaare.
stanASD r. acLir.1.
B. F. & A. J. MULLEN,
. , Commission Merchants,
Foreign end Domestic
Cigars, Tobacco, Etc.,
No. TO Broad Streeu
I (8TOCKELL,8 BLOCK,) NASHVILLE, TENS.
Orders filled and ems.jrnment solicited.
-PoBt Office Box N. 5X8. je-3m
So. 68 Konh (herry Street.
Collects all Claims against the
FOR QTTARTERM tSTER3' and C"MMI3SAET
buppiies leki-c fjr taa u of the Army ;
Prepare ami pol ect Wwn' pay se:ounta, and sol
d.eis' final eUleinenla.
mNfl hnd over two ye.n' experlenee in the
Qa ir:errr.i3 er's Der-a'nnut, and r-iK eied in
tiieworkinif ot th inn' it .u.n feeUqiiai'Ced to pre
p.re ail ria.ms In a prop-f lr.sun r io iu-ore 'heir
pro-, p rjojent e hfT bu-iue? connt.Ui os
Hthrtlisie A?eii's fa Wnh.tgt jo Qi. wheh fa
eiliwiee th- sp.api cuLlsction o. H cluims cutrun
ed to enrenre. ' .
So Cijargcs until afierCoHcctioD
Vouchers Baught on the Basi
a:d part eialio- attention cir.-a to d:ms atrune the
Cavalry oojmmsnis of IJeneiels WiUUi'i WAT
Kl.ei,UAiCU, and CROi'lON.
acrcas ar rraauHUfS to
M'j. n. .T. 1. roa, Comd'g 15-Ji rmy Corp,
bvt. Mi'j. (tu. Jao. K. J! iter, Utftad'g r"Oit ol fiwb'
Tille. ' '
Pri. (n. E. OrKyckij, 4tn Anny Corps.
Hon. W hriimr'- w, jurnor of l'enneasee.
Hon. I. 'ld. i tTOvwrui-r of Ohio,
ilua. J. A. Uartn-id, SLiUor I'r.ni Otiio
tun iLtideccnd i.ont baike, iSaehTille.
Cotnn'iunicHtion r"ceiTe prompt attention.
aulret-ffil io l. ij tic Ui:. juuet u
U. I 7-30 MI
Py authorty of theSocretnryof thsTreasory, the
uudereigtied, tbe General Subeeription Agent (or
i ue sale of Tailed irtek Secnrrtea, offers to the
public tbe third f erim of Treasury Notes, bearing
eerea and three-tentbs per cent, interest per an
num, known as tbe
Theee notes are issued uuder d.-ite of July 1.1
18S, and are jaya'j';e three years from that date In
currency, or are cunrer ible at the option of tbe
CJ. S. 5-20 Six per cent.
TlieM) Lends are now worth a bandwme pre
ruiuid, and are exempt, as are all Gorernment
Bonds, from Stnfc, County, and Munidpal taxation
ufah ad.li 1mm one tl thrte per rent, prr annum to
their viluf, a-cording tu ihe rate levied upon other
property. The interest is payble semi-annually
y coupons a;t-ched to earh note, which may be
cut off and sold to any bunk or banker.
The interest at T 30 per cent, amounts ta
One cent per day oa a ISO set.
Two cento" glflO
Tea " ' " '. - 00
SO " 4 " . lOUO "
gl " " MHM '
Notes of all the denom.rtiou named will le
promptly turuieaed upoa roe p: of "absorptions.
The Notes of th;s Th'rd Peiies is pecisely limi
lar in form au l priTilejjes to the Been-?hirtie al
ready sold, cie)tihat tbe Gaverniuent reM-rtea
toitseif the opt cu ot paying iutre.-.t in fold com
at Sper cent., inned of 7S-10th i rLrreucy.
Suls'rhberfl will 'ledtj it Hie interet incurriay uji
to Julyl5rh, at the time when tbey n'ft.-tjue.
The delivery of the notei of this third seres of
the Here.i-thirt o- mil rmmenoeon the 1..: of June
and wiil tie ms le pn-mptly andculiui-o i-Jy aiu-r
that date. -'
The siiglt change m&Je in the condition of this
fBlRO KER1EJ alTe-ts ooly 'bt- ru.Uterot interest.
The paynK-nt m go.i, if made, iH he e-iuiealent
lo the ciiTeaey in'.ure.-i o' the h gaer rate.
Theiemra to "pei:ie pnyi2es:i ia the erent of
wbleh cn y wll the 0(.on to py etre-H in Gjld
he arallt tf, would so i-dive as t CUil - prKe"
that purcha'es made wi.h six per t ut in gold
would bfui!y evdt those ma le witi see-n and
three-tenth percent in urrom y. This tn tbe
Ocly Loan in Market
w offered by the Gnrernment, aud lis auperl
:ransgee tna'ie u tne
Great Popalar Loaa cf the People
Let than ?23 W.CX'o of the Loss authornsd by
lbs last Congress are now oa the market. This
amount, at the rate at wbirh it m beisji absorbed.
will be aalocribed Tot whU a siitr dsys, when the
notes will nndoutaedly comouuid a premium, as
baa uniformiy been fie caa oa ctoaiag tlie sub
scriptions toother Loans.
In order that ciaiens of every tows and section
of tbe country may be afforded facibUe for taking
Use loan, the NKtonal Fanks, 8Ute racks, and
Pr.rate lirokers ahrounhout tLe coael-y hare gen-
eraJ!y agreed to receive putA;nptocs at par. bub-
senbers wJl ri-.-t Qieircwn arants. In whom they
have coc deuce, and who oa.'y are responsible for
the delivery cf the notes lor wu a they raceire
N . 114 South Third b'-reet, rUUaoelpbia,
Hcaacaarrwm will as asouvaa by the
ftrst Naliooal Bank of NashrlUe.
Second National Eank ol Maelnaie,
(nayu to au- 17th
J. F. MILLS a, CO.,
"SO VBALSaS IS
COFFEES, HIS, SOGiRS,
- - . -
i KOS-18 St tO MAI If STKEXT, ;
! (Oppassts) Mx4ioa Booan)
JKSTTrj u,d puuas I
SADDLE?, H1RXESS, C01L1 KS;'&
ts MAIK BTkEET, . .J
Junes 3m . . . 'i .. .
tt'ill exhibit Is .
COLUMBIA, Thiiralay, June Sh. .
PfJLASSI, Fndfiy and oaturday, June 9ih and KHh.
iHCNTSVILt-E, Monday, Tuea-lsy and.Wednes-
day June lith, 13tb and 14Ui,
Alter which they rafend iiting Ptvenson, Chatta
nooga end Enuxville. . ,
rally at '1 and I o'clock, p.m.
Seals reserved for Ladies anl Children without
Extra Cha-ge, .
V. R. CORNELIUS,
Government and City
S II B A L II E R ,
IS THE ' . ,
Dcpartrnrnl cf the Cnm!if rland
Principal Office Rooms,
!0. 49 CTECBtU fcTSEET
NAStrviu.1, rrxs., .
ar ILL auend to Embilm.aV ac
T T and turnishiux faeea, , ant
(.r.ippiiX bndi.s ot" soldier. J
ployeep, aud Cflicer as lieieto ore .
u 1 at the price eite Wished l,j Ih
panment rleadquarlrs. ,
Havmi; bu i.d 1 the SoJ eri
tWSo pf sn-i Kn pluyeps who liave
di-d at th:e Poet riv us the ad
vantage of the Ree. rd or bur'alf
Ac , o r f. tc, and by which to fur
ii-h Intorma'jcn to fr eiue or rel
flAalirftft.f an., a .T:;.. k.j..
buried at this point. , V
IPVaW ! I am better prepared than ever to at-
"i "nd all Kuuersla of ilia.rw of t-e snr
"4 'ouid eH' country. pt,d to forcish ail tha
J est modern nys of . ,i
CASES. CASKETS AND COFFINS.
tear?, CaiTiae, Ac , acomrsaied
y reli.hle wsi-tjuite, of loon expe
lenoe, and a thorough kni.wle-ige o
be wants and wii-he of irien ii on turn
wess on", and a di-podit.ou ta con, ply
Art orders will be rranipllj end csre.
iiiit aiit-uae'i cn, aed at prices to cor
ecpond wiih the times.
Bodies Crdrred from a Distcnre.
tVe have made srracgorcenw W'th
respons be I'n iertaker in tlie rfirfer-
en citie to end tn n" the remains rf
prt ea who hive died ar,y f.-c-ui bome
uunog th present dinlurt ed ocudiUon
STATiOIIEOY g HOTIGIIS,
Tha Largest : -V
GATES & GAMBLE
Xo. 26 .ortu Clicrry Street."
VTJR PRICES AT "ALLTTME3" TO BE RE5-
J maied ty the Es era Mnrftet. We receive
'.rHocli dnectir from Mannraclurera aad Pun-
ln.his .ndcanft've cuatomera all tbe benefit of I
tneieciine in tmld, ana the recen reducPoa in
sill Hindi, ol uooj-i.
iltj and Coaatrjr DfaTers,
.. i. t
Propoiax to go North will Ho well o look through
our ii woc oi
Lesal, Cap, Letter. Note aad Billet.
Manilla, Tissue, Blotting and Blank.
. . ,1 .
Envelopes : :
... Buff. Vviui, rtrdsad Wedding;
". i t j .'X
Blank Books : V
Lediers, Journals, T-av Books, teeord.,!
Memorandum , Diaries, Fans-Books,
eouna ana tuieo. io, every style. -
Letter Presses ':
Copjtna Boot s, Pil Paper, ramtwminr
rwiwla ana rlrushee, Otfl-e Stationery.
la Morrneco. Kna la Leaf'-r, Calf and Sheep.
Hankem' cs.-ei, HI I and Coilectn Hooka,
.'i'r oeiu, uwej j'aisee ana l on j&oamee.
Fairchn J" and Brds '.
xs and Style, ail 11ns ax
The ry !- Falrchil J'a and B-rrfs' M winfeetcre,
x-verj cut aousiTie. u tins tccrrcntot.
mold tslc snd Purple Inks. Pt, and Qta.
Mun, black and Carmine 1 and t ot stand
Perfumery and Pomades:
flair Of. Hair Inv-rnraloas. '
Colouee, futiet Soaps, Hair and Tioih Krushea.
k, Ohees and Cheouer Mei
inii, Lies, bleat I'ena, Lead
Vriunr TVk". Ohees and Cheouer Men aud
Boards, Lice, bleat I'ena, Lead Pencils, Ac
1 Flat lVjci a,
Cheap Novels, Novelettes, Pons, b
Satea aad Flat iVaaci a.
Cheap Novels, Novelettes, Pong books, Ac.
Ccn'ainiLjf lr-in S to SCi Picrnrea.
J apes- lollam, Lonkine Hiaaana,
nature, anu r raoiea, ajia aa eauioe. TaiM'iy ov
Pejvnoe wih"r to surnlv Pchools or Acadern:ea
witn noc ks can nave their ceien promptly ntleet.
anu at verv low rate. A.1 lestera gf mqtury an-
swerea unmediaieiy upoa leoeiut.
GATES & GAMBLE
Xo. 2G Sort!. Ciifny Street,
end W Wslnnt "treet,
Shaving end Hair Dressing
SALOON at BATH BOOKS.
rpHK TTNPKR8IGSXD KAV15 jrjfTir.ELT
A refitted tbe
Sswant Kouss S&tWrig Ssleon,
re wr-w orepared to watt oa ell who may fcvor
nem wua a oul wsansua ... .
Fine IXavtla Uooms.
isd are wrenere! av ainw. raaa aaoer wwrm mw i
ttttd, at abort aooea. e &ee! snuul aaoca ct l
fcasw' rvuisiaiunt tsoous, I
apraa si , , buui a mtsmi, j.
4 - s
l . " i '
f - ', ? ;
U ; ' - i
. A CAED.
..f HYSIplAf OF.DISEAS.ES
Ilrart, Slcmacfa, Llrcr,
KIDNEYS, BLOOD, &C, CM &.C,
As well as other oiietinale dis.-s Incident to mao
and. STRABISMUS, '
(Haaint or, Crots J2yc.)
rr. A. performs the operation In a Urn nuementa
Ama-'ial Eve-i inserted wub'lut palj
lr. Aborn may becocsuitcd dm.j hi his
, . NASHVILLE, TENN.
Having aeen aoino of Tt. Ahorr Surreal pT
fbrmancfs, anl bisfry extraordinary nuteys in
removing all chron c and otlier diM4eei" tfet nil
othT means had failed, it arfir.la nie treit plea
sure lo U ar testimony to sail 1 iur.s seen and
The roctor bu enjoyed Tery cauecrd facilitiea
for acquiring a met uioroi-.h knrwle ije of the
huvrsn system, both in this and other countries,
and lus special sUlify ti dnect the nr,r7re '" the
nisrase, as well as his snucd jqdgmt-.il :n uj p yiey
the projier remedy, account fir his ci.j'iUAiieJoa
Tjall persons laoorfrit tinder di'i ae that may
have been pronounced incurahle, I a-oi:!d sav, tar
one woo i-yrapnihies w-.th aerirg himaniiyi loee
no time in availing ynnneif of the m-sns i-t cure
at the t'oetor's rooms. ' '
may7-im ' "BSV. D. MoCAETKR.
THE snhacribfr offers arrueefrr saV, and lot
fo- leaw lor 4 years. The hou-e is n'.iinied on
Chenrv street, between Eroad and I-.-ir nnntTHne,
rppoette No. 'jl; a'eo a pniaii houe on f'roni, be
tween H'B,h and Vine streets, ia oPt-rf ! f'T ei.ie.
(aApplylo , J f. e.'iiKKf MAN, .
oppo-ite ?io. K Cherry .-tre t,
jtintfl lsr. ,,f teiwetn Lrtad an.t Lf nij-niirau'1.
TB:TRrNij thcr rscllicgs aEd Firm property
1 eovetei lj lusur.. .te, ;n rStet t.
Home Inssrsnce IV of ;N. York
Cash Capital . - ' : . .MMM
' A0 ;' '''.. - j
Colnmhia Tcsuraace Co. of N. Y.
t'a.h Capital 1 ' : .
Arctic InoHracce Co tf N. York,
Cash Capital . . - ., i MKI,000.
'FFICE "o. VjV 'iorth Oheirv s'.'e-l
j une Ira 14. D. FAIi.'t OK TH, Agittt.
Two Sales !
I WILL expose at PnKIic ite''cn on KRUAT.
Msv tih. and aJo on r 1(1', Miv IStn. at 12
nelwk, m., J t 'Condemned overiirnent
H orte;, at the Cm va'rv Pp i t l.iaef:it. Tnu.
11. M.'. .S.M .TH, rt. and A. g. M.
T will si at rnhlie An"nin, at t!.e f.'.vcmir.ent
X Corrai'iu a-h-ilie. lens., on the iibt
He d ol o:eti!t-o(
it Ox VoUes.
Tennsciih. K. B KiRK
jnne7-t.i - ivt wuia.t. M
! rrtffE BE-TT AND ONLY EI.A P.r STITCH
J. bewmg Miv-.'une enpaoia of Lr.i r.'er rur. as
I weu as btwiajr, u
GROVER & BAKER'S.
Tliel.at f.iin'y "Lock Stitch" (a'ik-e on both
ideal yewina Machine, rw-aiie the ir. ''.t uuranle
ana ujort numr, tn nuio ly
The beat Mana.'acttinns Sluitile !.U"hine is
GROVER & BAKER'S
New No. 1. '
These Celobraiel Jftchinss wera avarded
Forty-Four First Premiums
at the state fairs of ISoJ and liM, aud also re-
Five Gold 3IelaN
at the Europan Expo'etions of Par, Beasienn.
Bayonae, fusions, and Si, l;i1i j, together with a
Splendid Bronze Medal
at the Great London Exhibiticnv ...
"Seed for a Circular and Eamplea.
58 West Fourth Street,
Losses Paid in 46 Years
JVi . " iT al tKI
Ktt Assets, January, 1SG3.
avar jAgeadee la all the rriaclpal IXteeMf
Tesnaa la the Tnlted States.
Applications fur lnaarance U1 fee proini't-
1 aoended to.
M. J-U. HMITri, Aint(
Office nt I. Ti Rhodes A L'0.'s Siaaonery B'ne
aprlS Jia lmtm trec :
riRE AND BIAlirHE .
Cauiti Capital. .
Harplast, - - - '
1,-400.37-Si C3 J
rrtHlS OLD AND RZL'Ar'LR OjMPaVT RA3
A. neen ejiQ bcunneee .n viiie end sscfnivy
r the laet two yere, ad by ite pcntHbcea ui
paying losaaa ns Decoov. v1". J pvn.ar.
8. . tX, I.I. iieral gead.
Office at T. N. RhociraA Co.'aaiUcia-rv rKe
aprlJ-im Si t m atreet.
A , CARD.
fTTHE mdevi.-ned keeps coi-.-t.-tnuv e lautd a
S well ue-nol fur m Csi,i. u.
rynng, iiii-wwi, i..., AXee,
Coew tsbeilon". 8tKw Oi--;". tt a i .iu.-r. sm
rtnc aed riiv. nvlran. o t; n .
Braala ant 1- .c-e.-, i Kiu ipe, lni.ey
Jil.-irka, fcr4.lr,e, h-i. a, i. Tm- finw.
,xvr.M. au i . r.. ... . I
wcmsi reoitiree nt pit an i country Tn.i. i
ifiey ofJve al rMuee prce. I
ffa. I TCI a m, . I
sowyu asn w X.'el cwwaC
LITERS h MIT,
72 North Market Street
(Between Pnblio Sitiire and Lou's tHIs tpot
i XJANUFAOTURERS ;
OF ALL OF TfiS LATEST 8TTLE3 01" FIRST
Claes. T Sninin and 5o-Top, and
Kxpreaa Waeaa and Cavryalla,
LIGHT SKELETON WAGOSS,
Read Wacoaa, Salklea, eee.,
HAVB ON HA5D A I.ARSR AST" WKLL AS
sor ed Stoca, to which the attention of the
puli'H! is Invited.
. Thnee who desire light, neat and substantial werk
will nod onre ensJ to any made in the Kastern
ciuee, and at pru-es to su.t the rim.
Reps ring done Promptly and at Moderate Prices.
anrins & hunt.
may4 Src ' 1
ir ILL BE HOU AT PT8UC Al-CnoN on
VI WKL'XESDAT, June Hin, at tne l'raaklin
Toois, sold aa Scrao Iron.
IxH Miece.lsnKins lne, wKhioa 14,34s B,
Lot Wtu?on Covere, Rone, aV.., aoid sa rasrs.
A I nil U ill ba sold in lota to salt purchasers,
sanve time and pluce
IP" Wagons, T Drays.
ou'Anibuanlces, Id Log Wagetw,
1 bleam Fntriee.
Sale will oommerve at 12 u'clnik, rn.. and con
tinue daily unul i ho cure lot is disposed of.
By ordr of Bvt. hr.c- feeid. J. L iHWAinsos,
umet u. .n. ipui;umtjenna.
.i r H. IRVm.
juaeC-t . ' - . Bvt. Cat. and A. . M.
IW'LL sell at Piihlie Anctics, at tha Government
Coriajs in ahvil!e, Ifun., fruia
Three to Four Thousand
Bsle to commence on M05PAT, the 12lh day of
June, 18(56, at 10 e'clock. a.m., and continue Irotn
dav to ilay cntil the etuck la all sola.
1'kKMa C.idH, rtocc to de remnvMl en dn.y ot
ssl. - iL. B. KIRK,
junca-itw ''"- " Cap- aed A. y M.
Real Estate for Sale
C1X VKRT C .MFORTABLE f WOSTORT tricJc
O hoUfP', on liucns'reet. eneap krcAU.
A i.wellinx Unuse w,th eitthi room, on Kish at
sou'Ji of liemunibrane atrvet. Free Irora uew.
Two nn-a 1 brick oxiuaee oa Kiza atreek Bear W il
Seventy aeros of verv desi aVe bnildi aft and gar
den land-, on the Hiliaooro lurnplke. IV n..le4
Irxim the city, whch we will sell ia iota to suit pur
chasers, M exreedins'ylow rJure-
A loin urtiity-ne a.-resiich Uud, atthejuncaon
ol the Louisviileaad Kdirefie-d itosdi, fciue muea
from the city.
A busmees lot on Clierrr street. South Nashville
32 feet Irout by KWt dee. ree from taxes.
Purchasers would d'l.well to cUaailexumioeour
tit of rr-iilcutea, lAiMiuesa huses larrua, vacant
tun, timbeicd and uniooprore l lend..
... : w . Jl Ali. bivoH a CO.,
unC-lw u . tl Cherry street,
War Ciakn Agency.
WOOD & BOYD,
40 1-2 Olierry t.,
COLLECT all claims against tbe Government tor
j uuartermaflter anu corumisrtary supplies taaen
lur tae use U the Arniy, -
Whether Recelpled for or not.
Hsvine aa Attorney in Waehinirarn, who make I
his bUHinees to personailv superintend the coilec-
uon of Claims, and who ia perfectly familiar with
the wora nj; ot all the Departments, having! been
at it f r years, no firm baa greater aciiiuea tor Ihe
colieciioo or iiaims.
Anv Communication addreneed to na, at Nash-
TtUe, Viock Box 67, will receive prompt attention.
Veerkers Cashed as the Beaat Bale.
Nashville Trotting Association.
(IOO OrTered ia Pnraes 1
THK foli-wina: Sweepsukee are now open, to be
run f"rofer tl-e h.i hnlle Cuuraeoa the 2:to,
27th and W.n of June t
Mosuav June v. bweepatakea for h or sea (hat
ha ,-e never trotted a mile under a JO b ioeonp
tin ii each. P p.. with ! lidded by the Assoria.
tion. Mile heals, best three in rive, in harness. Io
name and cio-e the 27 in day f June.
i ussuav, June r7. bweeptakea for horoee that
ntver Poned a mile nndem:). liibwription 17
each, half (bile.t wi'b a-lded by the a.wn
tioo, m ie heats, Beet three in fire in barnesa. To
gnim and c.'oee the 21st day of June.
WitwMt, Jure US -se-pntmlte4 fe all trot
ting bxrsee, nule heus. bet tnree ia Mve in har
ness Suhscn.'iooitnK each balflurlei the As
MVaation u add t, if three or more a. art : if onlv
two stsrt, the Aseoc sunn to aid To name
and elo on the Kist dav of June.
Mom nation lu re made to ths nnJersiraed en.
closiag a note srtih approved s:unty aur the a-
momii bi in. uji ink.
X. Jt. -IONK". eecralnrr.
mayl 8-tf GneUe (jaoe. AashvU.e, Teon.
o. a. sura. )
BIKEB, ROGERS CO.,
iS so xa,t second Street,
TTTTJOL1C8AI.1! EEALKR3 ta Fancy and Staple
" tirormj Western if aw re Cheeee ant Uutuar:
Iired, Canned aod Jerein jrruiw, d ef as,
km.le, ?eed, Ac.
Tw members of oar Una reside ia New Tort
beinr thus constant!? m tbn market, iva.lv to sake
advantage of raveraiae ehaaiee, aad buvic rruan
6m hanls, r ves us raciktiea ior eecunf (mwIs, un
urr.ed by any bone mi he (veat.
mm-Aavaaoes made on catMt.'smeat so .
B.P.BAKER & C0.t !
110 Peerl .., Oaaorer Saarf,
118 odrw?Bed kanaif' opered Vetenawrf
I 1 Hoapitai at No. Mat bcreas. be.e 't
Ud Hrid.a M,imrf ' i ! v mtu . J Ui 11 m Mb
nasace ru eia itim. . i , . 7imun rv ai wn.
t t.t'.i uli.i..i.
r. The bast of Marweie gi teav
I " , F f
j ' XVaehTiUe, TT!ii., 4
C, U. Adama
Second week of the Tone Btatit'fn! und FJ"c:nn.
uajt A-treMi a-j lanas i-t,
Monday Evsn.'ng, June 12,
Will be preavnted :" .'."-:.--
THIS KRKNCII HPY,
M.ea Western tn Three Chaxeetera.
Tl ocnc'.ude w.th the Rcrng Farce of ihe
floors open at 7 o'clock, Overture to cornr-,ence
Prices of AdmlMslan.
Private Hoxea .
Circle and Paro.uette..
Box Otfice ope from, It a. m. to 4 p. m.
Corner of Cherry aad Broad Streets.
T. W. POLAND Co.
blitce Manager, ......
. n La .Ti.p.
.Jao f. k nwi-d.
Hk T. rnuins
Leader of orcneatra...
Treasurer - ,
Monday Eveninj, June 12.
And every evening lur erf ths week. Will b pre
sented tee trnd hotnantic tipei-Picie of
PETER WU KINS :
KW BCKNFRT by W. Kietcner
Ml'tlC by Jno. 8. Earner L
MKCHAMCAL EFFECTS. by N. C. f.arlend.
The whole whole produced nndar the imtne-tl ue
; MR. EAM LATBKC P.
r'rsvious to which
Sirging, Dancing,, Ethiopian Melodies,
' Hy the War froope.
rami IT, Malluee
EVEKT RATTRJPAY A(TRMOJK.
aarAdrniisrf) Bfty and tweotv-tveceuta.
aXarnoors open at 1 o'clock ; cncirorne at a.
Adiiiiion to PATURrAT M.it.u-e ouly :s cents
to al. parte of the houaav.
Pr)nett.. '... Ti ft tial'eiT cents
hal.ny.....:...fc ......... 71 ruin,
Keeervd Orcheetra teftte..... .... $1 ui
Stafie hoiee. ... SH to S
t i ' WffANi. -leW .'.j."; -:
t j h&t:
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OiSee City Bauk. Bark Cocci.
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PAUL & SAHFORD
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Forwarding and Commission
5o. 41 Sosli- Market Street.
PEILZIPSA LAXIES;3 OLD ETAXD,
cj- ) AathTlIle, Tenn.
WE HAVE FORMEI A PARTNKRiifflP I'N
der the above name and stvie. ior the r.ur-
fote o4 doing a ireneraj
Forwarding and Commission
Bnsieeee, end bee; leave to annomtee So the boat
neee eomsnumtv renerailv. eeueciallv Is Marchanui
and Traders belnw ;aahvul, that we are prepared
to receive and give our prupt attenboa to ail con-
Fartienlar aitentioa will he given to receiving and
forward, og all goods Soutii, or Cotton end ToUeee
We keen eonatantlr on hand a full aeeortuient of
allkia-taor , . ...
AORICTJiTURAt, . 1 '
n mm f
mplements a Ilachmss
Or Every Vsrfety.
Consisting Is part of tbe fodowtnx, v ia :
LEVER POWERS is THRESHERS
(toilh JTreMht Irtm Cylinder.)
Endless Chain Power, Threshers, ,
PORTABLE CIRCULAR SA W
J ' ' i 'J3fILL Jt WcJ (Xtiiitg
Western Hand Corn Shelters,
RAXFORIS STRA W-CUTTERS,
mi t CAST PLOWS,
. . . .' ; - '
Reapers and Llowers,
with bOeet Improvements.
ArrVnlUiraJ Impletiwn and Scales wIM he snlj
at BLanuiacturer'a prices, ths ooat ot tranportauoa
Carriage, Buggy and Wagon
material always cn has, I.
We keep eoavuaatiy est hand and r asJa, Ihe
tateat and most itnprwea styiea ot
We are sias Agenu fcr , ' .
', Faixbaiik'a calc3,
se wwil jtBowm UuS farOter Mmnesat is tnnawea
avortert fi.led 6r Mil jr. Corn, OaVta.
rrncijee au rrvvuoon m au a nda.
Cf tirs rwcsi'vetf fee Salt."
. tt M . -I'll . -
r ii il - w.
.Sole Leeeee aad Tf.r,.r
Mlf4 Jennie IIUhL,
Tie Touw. Beau,i.nL ana Versa;: A.Sasn.
Kondiy Evening, June II,
W.llbeperSr-TMdihefpie did Item eta lej
Or. Trie Muid of Milan.-
C ri, wi&'.'Bosis.Sweet Jl.imej-.j' jj vt.
TjoCvixl uio wah tse Lia;a :e Tk t of
lercu!e, or The lvia of CluLs?
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In Kf bea.-w-Th hish Dnin ot Sta COLLsil '
o Ou I Orchestra Bears. Tl rta i
to I Paliery .I.eta
L-oors oven at 7i o'deck. M-rmaae s eom
Bieoce at d.o'citteit. ' - -
: at r
6BSSN 6 GREEN'S
43 College Street.
Kverythtng in 11. ta. Caps, and r;irul.4,j Gutda
in lalntt and pretuest sty tee, at th k.,
BWj2S-f ' .. ....
. KAMTFACTL'RKKd dp
Hall's Patent Ccncrele;
Fire and Burglar-Prcof
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lJa'.l' A'ictor I'tet.t
Combbation no Koy-Holo
Our wer is unsurpassed la the poile-l St-wea,
and we warrant ad safe of otir in. ike. aeiS t v u,
pertecilv Kire-Hrof and I'M fmsa ail dtniM'.
iur hana Ltkis the be known, aad is a ante
protection agamst the most aci-atitlj turlAra.
JOSIIPH Le HILL CO.;
s. w. coa.vgR rtARL axp rt i M sTKrrr.
CIK CIJIlfATI, OHIO.
ia "trs TRrUTYt-VT o wnw If
ouii!i-h;m wrrs MUra i
OTbkB MATW), A4 IT 11 La
For fjrtlir inforruation ia rfiwl
the skDlf-1 success in the treatment oi
diseases, tbe reauler is reforrtnl to Suv
ls's Tnxiun:rT:r8 nd Matisi Mspioa,
two lsrge toloms, late euitioc of lCJ,
the beat a-ork in the United 8iUv
where you will find Dr. HcUilTs him
standing piirsllol with the beit mUical
mn of the age in the treatment of di
ee of women. For&lldlaen!Msiuthj
adTertiseraent, satisfiction ia ua.rao
teed. With my gcceral practice 1 treat
with eaUsfactin t RlMamaMsia. AJreeaeaas or me
Inn : Iumm of tne Ttrva, r-wl.d Mate,
8ur? Lim, Peorisy, Faia, l' tw-s Canear, (vravl.
tnaeaeeaol ths Heart eavJ Li aw icnanunauoe m
ttya 8iomach, ior.g, K!az-s Km or borofole,
Iteafseaa, lnsam of Uve Kvea, ixbuitaied B
tern-, Ivpe-ua er !wiiek,B, and Oonawunpttow
Ineetner arts sJl lv-1 vavt U lwe aaal
lJiaco.-) ot ttie Urnats-y Orttnat.
T9 U Utdirs.
Ail Aesctloia of the Woroo treated With tooeees.
Tho Mrre, Lad.se wee he been so nn no-
io rnscairy or urove aoorunw, raw uur i
as teen ftbl tune tl kvoad prenaei, by grtz me a
Iter lilt j. . '
Toons Marrtetf Ladles whose mufortcs it baa
baea u4 to brius frrui rn d's aeaaon, rrrucrir
aaid "v ibold mnitiply and reixeiKaa. !f
true yoar -ra yo UJX ,u "1
letter or in person. No lly ever thlny-Bve nan
of aa ad eaieapoiioa. Aii'T-j.airt.oas
bj ieuer or anoa strlctiy ooaiifca-si.
Xlglt Xis!u!oct Curel.
icnaf Mao, stow beiea yon fc.r'.ef fn. Of all
neai sno.-ct to Man. iw is no a.ea- ao narl
te eoew a Vyb Kns.aaioee, etui pbvmueua aiw
aoarce that uauanMaad treses it ; an.1 ta yon I ia
I aay teat 1 have enrert doeeoa in tnie catv, as wall ae
esivia .wn..ai -
the uoaatry. la a word, at. that are teee4 Is
asy way, aad will gi ve me a cl, I w il aut s-
.ajctloa br ad if Its dmn as melnial .a Uua ad
MirbstaseBU 1 he beet of retraced g- raa Is bu
iy. ' . . .;..,'.
all aatasrs daeted lo
Tnloa nrmM, eaO' lia. tmmm.
Great Bargains !
AND NOTIONS I
ll Seifc-ra-'V ,
'V If T" n"n " ,m fx at e
le yea. Ileal, y KaUarectory pn- Saw
NotePat-r, F-iff Sovelnpew, -
fitr ttyr, -.nary attwia,
Krli fapor. WtwV.Aoe pe.
Ia sal f or. 1 t""i I"
kuuene Note PsrC. W -e tav-ejpaav
Mwirnti jtaefeper, .rh :il kcmofM,
Tjseu l'-ir atuuroijig t-nvewpes.
fcaveisp ar Banker's Paper, '
Haiulia Wrap's; Parf 'hoj P'K.ka,
Eiaverv Paper, s Bclul booia, ,
iHeoa" Boose, . rciu4 boi,
hi.i hoi.s Raiee and rve -le.
0-t- ."jai'HX'ry. l ate aad Pav.n, '
UtD'e rtiiK'lwrv. . BiaXea and reurii.
Meneiimniiims aad PwM,
Xt vrviuuia a4 1 ae. c .
riariea s HW, l-ir-mm for IMS.
r wi I rien irn,
iid Pene, iid fet.s 1 - ,
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UTW rC M-lu'.'tiiraJ.
P eck and ruer.ea. lna. Lack, rad an I ,
B.ac t and rw4.a, lot, t ack, re.j t i , a
I i.( aa.
- Vaser t 'uar,
l ri. ra4.ed rapcra.
t,a.r' roi ket Aitmns
jts wnno'4 end.
s have UrsaebaeirUfaJ t thonha. sewro
iirsae eeetmrdJ l.nho?pha, sewra
dmereci baui lMiii turn aTice, rH
foareomr. ewt.bad "fcttw,
"Itsea LWaavdof CertiVwiw" aju ZT
aiB ue i
prea as i
" e, new L(v , uem nneiat" aju4 ,
V. ak Arms hwoma.' ataw 1 li 1 -, i . .
rhT ere eantaeai . twwia.1 tnna, a.t.i
eaerseiuos ua.1 without miirv. Lm,
I eraUM mu.4 bur ai.j a-.-Li
ihna lo their tro.i. . r
"e I,. a,,
i eai nettf al u,
LiBe. xoxuat ee.u. iowttoeeae du.e-e
i. fiJ.Ty .
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