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Au luside View of the ICtbclliun.
More Kitrncts from a Ueliel War
t.'lerU's liiarf How Hood came to
be IJratf ii l'rivat ious of the 1(-I-
c-Im A JteTi-liition about Yallunilig
liain--'l'he t hienpo Convcntiou.
THE mKSPOJTSIRlLITT KOR II COD 8 DFFCAT.
We have &lrealy published interest
ingexlract from the recently published
journals of a rebel war c lerk. The fol
lowing entries serve, to show where the
renporiBibilily for Hood's campaign in
Mahcu 17, 104 Letters from Lieut
Gen. Hood to the Tien id en 1,0 en. Iiragg
and the Secretary of War, give a cheer
ing account of (ien. Johnson's army at
Dalton. The men are well fed and
well clothed. They are in high epirito,
"and eauer for the fray." The number
is 40,(hx). Gen. Hood urges, most elo
quently, the junction of Polk's and
Loring's troops with these, making
Borne CO (MM) Grant having 50,000
aud then uniting with Longstieet's
army, p-rhaps 30,000 more, and getting
in the rear of the enemy, lie says
this would be certain to drive Grant
out of Teuneeee and Kentucky, And
probably end the war. Jut if we lie
tstitl, Grant will eventually accumulate
overwhelming numbers, and penetiate
further; and if he beats ua, it would be
dithcult to rally again for another
etand, so despondent would become the
Gen Hood deprecates another inva
sion of Pennsylvania, which would be
pure to result in defeat. He is decided
in his conviction that the best policy is
to take the initiative, and drive the
enemy out of Tennessee and Kentucky,
which would be accomplished to a cer
tainty. Jab. 5, 1805. The President sends,
"for his information," to the Secretary
of War, a letter from Gen. Beauregard,
dated at Augusta, Ga, Dec. C, 18G4, in
relation to Gen. Shei man's movement
eastward, and Geu. Hood's Middle Ten
gMDoe ottuipnigm. it nppaiit trornUen.
Beauregard b 1 tter to the President
that he (Gen. Beauregard) had control
of everything. He says he did not
countermand Gen. Hood's campaign,
because Sherman had 275 miles the
start, and the roads were impracticable
in Northern Georgia and Alabama.
But he telegraphed the Governors of
Alabama, Georgia, etc, to concentrate
troops rapidly m Sherman's front, or
dered a brigade of cavalry from Hood
to Wheeler, etc., and supposed some
30,000 men.could be collected to oppose
Sherman's march and destroy him.
He computed Sherman's strength at
30,000 of all arms. The result shows
how much he was mistaken. He will
be held accountable for all the disas
ters. Alas for Beauregard! Bragg
only played the part of chronicler of
the ead events from Augusta. Yet the
President cannot publish this letter of
Beauregard's, and the country wid fix
upon huu the i tspon&ibility and the
odium. (Jen. Beauregard is siill in
trout of Sherman, with inadequate
forces, anl may agaiu be reepousiblo
for additional casualties.
BKBtL bT 11 AITS,
Not the least amusing part Of the
diary are the passages scattered
through it showing to what tad straits
the writer was now and then reduced
lor his supplies of food and clothing.
Here are some of these records, begin
ning with the latter part of lsG3 and
running through 101:
Nov. C My wile to-day presented
me with an excellent undershirt, made
or one of her dilapidated petticoats. A
new shirt would ccst iM. Common
brown cotton (and in a cotton country!)
sells lor $3 per yard.
Jan. 7. A dozen china cups and
saucrrs sold at auction to-day for $160.
Col. Perslou, Conscription Bureau, sev
eral members of 'the Cabinet, Ac,
tt-asteil at a cost of $.',000 It is said
that the Jack, wu turned up and J1T
turned down in a witticism and smiled
l nevi. ra. But 1 duu't believe lhaU
f kii. -t. 1 know my riba stick out,
being covered by skiu only, for the
want of mtlicient iood; and tins ii the
cane with muy thougauds of nn pro
ducers, while there is enough for all, if
it weie equally divided.
Mahcu IS. My duugbtcr's cat is stag
gering to day, lor want of Minimal fotxi.
isjmewmes 1 taucy 1 stagger myself
We do not averpge two ounces of meat
daily, ani some oo not g.-l any for sev
eral days together.
Mi Ken 21 The following conversa
tion took place ytsrday between the
President and dime joung ladies of his
acquaintance, with whom he prouii
Miss Do you think they will like to
return to the field?
President It may seem hard, but
even those boys (pointing to some
youths aiound tho monument twelve
or fifteen years od) will have their
Miss But how shall the army be
President Jo not stf irhyrats, if f.ii,
r not at yinU at r-juirrtL .Our jci d',
tat tnuk mutt ut Vtckilurj ; but ti uoililc
an txyttun't iuxury noto.
Atier this the President fell into a
grave mood, and tome remark about
recognition caused him to say twice,
We have no friends abroid !"
J i'ly 31. My daughter's large pef
cat died last night under th c herry
tree, and was buried this morning un
der a roe bush. 1 sympathize uh
Fannie iu the grief natural on such an
occasion ; but really, the Jeath of the
cat in auch times a these is a great re
lief to me, as he t iiiintiued at the
ct of not less than f "Jihj per annum.
His death was proh&bly occasioned by
a surfeit of meal which his mi.tres
obtained unexpectedly, seeing it f.t
in tho street, aud sending a servant tor
it This morning a large fat chicken
was found in my yard, picked and pre
pared for cooking, brought hither by a
cat which had Btolen it lrom a kitcheD.
A poition of the breast only had been
eaten and our cook stized upon the re
mains for her own benefit To such
straits are we reduced by this cruel
Suv. 10 Bought two excellent knit
undershirts to-day of a woman who
tf i her supplies frcm pasirg soldiers.
Being washed, etc , they tore no evi
dence of having been worn, except two
tmali, lound hois in the loJy. Such are
the straiu to which we are reduced. I
paid ?15 each ; the price for new ones,
of iufeiior quality, is $50 apiece.
Kov 14 Some of the family inti
maliDg that stains of blood were on my
undershirts, (second hand,) I was
amused to see Mrs. J. lifting them with
the longs. They have been thoroughly
washed, and prove to be a first rate ar
ticle. I am proud of them, foj they
are truly comfortable garments.
Nov. IS My wife presented me to
day an excellent pocket handkerchief,
my old ones being honeycombed, and
unfit for another washing. Upon in
quiry, (since the ccst of a single hand
kerchief is now $20,) I ascertained it to
be a portion of one of ray linen shirts,
bought iu London in 1840.
WHAT VALLAKDIGUAM HOPED I'Ofc.
Mr. Vallandigham receives this "first
rate notice :"
June 22, lMj3. To-day I saw the me
morandum of Mr. Ould, of the conver
sation he d with Mr. Vallandigham,
for file in the archives He says if we
can only hold out this year that the
peace party of the North would sweep
the Lincoln dynasty out of political
existence. He seems to have thought
that our cause was sinking, and feared
we would submit, which would, of
course, be ruinous to his party! But
he advises strongly against any invasion
of PeniiSylvania, for that would unite
all parties at the North, and so strength
en Lincoln's hands that he would be
able to crush all opposition, and tram
ple upon the constitutional rights of
Mr. Valland'gham said nothing to
indicate thateimer he or the party had
any other idea than that the Union
would be reconstructed under Demo
cratic rule. Ihe President indorsed,
with his own pen, on this document,
that, in regard to invasion of the North,
experience proved the contrary of what
Mr. Vallandigham asserted But Mr.
Vallandigham is for restoring the
Union, amicably, of course, aud if it
cannot be so done, then possibly he is
in lavor of recognizing our indepen
dence. He says uny reconstruction
which is not voluntary on our part
would soon be followed by another sep
aration, and a worse war thau the "res
THE CHICAGO CONVENTION'.
Here is another political entry:
Maiu-3 7, 1Mj5 A lette r was received
yesterday lroni , Selma, accusing
the Assistant Secretary of War, Judge
Campbell; his brother in-law, Judge
Goldthwait. and Judge Parsons, of Ala
bama, with disloyalty, and says Judge
Campbell is about to issue passports for
dci gates to go to the Chicago Conven-
tiU, scon to assemble, etc., etc. He
says j uuge Laaupieu is me l oucne ot
the South, ihe letter is dated A u just
21, 1 S04, and the President now sends
it to the Seen tary "for his information."
The "frost I'lower" ol Itussia Pro
it need iu Uostoii.
A Boston journal describes an extra
ordinary "r rost Howcr ol Kussia. which
has been produced, it is said, in Boston,
in a temperature of artificial cold, in
tho following words: "This wonderful
plant, or lather flower, is found only
on the northern boundaries of Siberia,
where the snow is eternal. It was dis
covered in 1M3 by Count SwinoskotF,
the eminent Kussian botanist, who was
ennobled by the Czar for his discovery
Bursting from the frozen snow on the
first day of the year, it grows to the
hight of three feet, and flowers on the
third clay, remains in flower twenty
four hours, and then dissolves itself
into its original element stem. 1
ana tlowers being ot the hnest snow.
Ibe stalk is about one incu iu diame
ter; the leaves, three in number, in the
broadest part are an inch and a half in
width, and are covered with inhnitesi
mal cones of Know; they grow only on
one side of the stalk, to the north,
curving gracefully in tho tame direc
tion. Ihe llower when fully expanilcHi,
is in the shape of a perfect star; the
petals are three inches in length, half
an incil wuuie iu met oroauesi. pans,
and tapering sharply to a point These
also are interlaced one with another, in
a beautiful manner, forming the most
delicate basket ot frost work that the
eye ever beheld; for truly this is frost
work most wouderiuL Tne anthers are
live in number, and the third day after
tne birth of the "llower of snow," are to
bo seen on the extremities thereof,
trembling and glittering like diamonds,
the seeds of this wonderlui llower, about
as large us a pin's head. The old botanist
says when lust he beheld this flower,
was dumb with astonishment; filled
with wonderment, which gave way to
joy the most ecstatic ou beuolding this
wonderful work of nature, this remark
able phenomenon oi snow. To see this
flower springing from tho snowy
desert born ot its own comroiite atoms.
1 touched the stem of cue lightly, but
it fell at my touch, and a morsel ol
snow only remained in my hand.
Gathering some of the flowers iu snow,
in order to preserve the little diamond
like seeds, toe hied to St Petersburg
with, to him, the greatest piizsof his
lifetime. All through the year they
were kept in enow, and on tho first day
of the year following, the Court of
Petersburg were delighted with the
bursting forth of tho wonderful "frost
llower!" Cur friends iu Boston succeed
ed in obtaining several of the seeds,
and all through the Eummer and
auiuuiu they have been imbedded iu
snow, brought at great expente from
the While Mountains anil itie coast of
Labrador; aud they now have the most
unbounded satibiax'Uou and pleasure in
HUiiounciug ttiat all signs are favorable
to the realization of their fondest hopes,
tto production of the flowe r of snow.
l ne duow ana ice are in a large glass
refrigerator, with the thermometor
loi lj live degrees btdow xero, and the
solnt bed of snow has already beguu
to show little ii4fures aud a slight
bulging in the centre; unmistakable
eviuciiccs of the forthcoming of tho
cl'fln and Wool Hand-Card;
t.z m im:
SARGENT & CO.
Suivor to Mi Wh t ni"r A "o., Ne York,
n.i Jotin li. U lim-aH:e A l ,
Hardwire and Card Mannfictureri,
jo. 0 BmIdd Hre
&ul Siirvt-wr tv tho Whuom e ol 'et,'(ina
only susnu ti;t-r of
Genuine M liilirniorr Coltou turd.
r"-Mit'Dfr.l fcjvik't wor.hles im Ciuai
rTICK Hiving f mr(.l to ili"rk of iho
u 111 em. ol U W llcti'v. it wwd, 1 hurnt'T
b hi y ! tWx.iu hHTirr flim inl tli m ! n.
ni !hm wuh Hi- Urit id wul Conn on or
ti.ir.-ti.f S- I ol i .-r u-U to' i'io mt of
nt. prv-c!y mitnt-u .,1, or Hiy eill l fcr
ver t"if-l. ini a. I )x r" on inJrbi.il Co J ri
t li w..l i ii I rrnl mi I mnke yineii. Hume-uiu-ly.
'l ti;6, A) r;l 9 h,
B x r HMITH, Ailm'r
.rii-4i of Ci W Uoue, cec'U.
The Latest and Most Impor
Nineteenth Century !
No mnn's B'lrt is moro inlimstely connected
wish the history of MATKKIA Mhi'lCA ol Cue
United .Staien, or more favorably known an pio
oter in Medical Uiucovery, UiRii inatot
Br. John Bull
Hi inimitable preparation pf RAR3APARILLA
am long u n l at the hail of toe varioua coin
pounds oi tiiat valuable drug.
Ills Compound of WILD CHERRY hai
become a household word through
out tbe West
and South. Ilis Worm Lozenges,
ia less than a year after their introduction
attained a repnt.i'ion as wide sprend a the C3rt-
nnl of North America but tne crowning glory of
lhi lilurumaiDH lo lie a'tamea in ma aicoverr, or
rather combination, for he dcea not claim to hare
been tre li"oerer ol (;KLKi'.. wLich 18 the basi
ol the hitters now ottered to Ihe l-uM c. 1 hat hon
or lf!ontn to the native inhauitauta of Central
America, lo whom its vnlues lure been known f
more than two hundred years. Armed with it tte
Indian bioa definuce to Ihe most deadly maiana,
and liandlec, w lhr.ut fear, the most vmouiona eer-
pent. t is a tn-lief w".tn IheT, Chat w hile there is
breath m the b-dr, .lie Cedn n is pot-.Dt to cure, no
rraue - wnatine d.Hese may be.
Vh lc Or. Hell ut cot prrpar d to endoran lii
extravaKant pretension, he is neTertbeledK Nli.r)ed
from a thorough examination of the evidence rtU-
nrn to ii virtue?, that aa remedy and prevula
ti e fnr all dif-eaHt an King from exKsure, ci'her to
the wra her or cl.niate, or to roii-nal c u n lences.
Without a Rival.
An. I ja-tlv deserves the reputation it has so long
eu oyed m Central Auierica and the est Indies
Anil ils altondant t am of symptoms, it acts more
1.1 k n, a utl A KM than me.Hciue. I here is nolh
in in tbe whole lauge i f Materia Meica that can
for a incment beer a comparison wuh it in iw.a
A full scconnt cf this womlrrfiil plant may bb
'ound in the'llih edition of Ihe U. 8. 1'iSpen.mtory,
iiaves and uss.
A series ot exieriments in which Dr. Bull has
been for years engaged, has just keen brought lo a
sii"ceaf till termina ion, anil n is tow enaoied to
otter to the public a comhinat on of CEDRON wi
other arproved Ionics, ihe whole vreaerved in the
bed qtialny ofcopiwr distillei Hourbon Whisky
which he is confluent han nc equal in the world.
He miiiht Inrniah a volume ol'cerli6cat-s, but Ihe
public have long s nee learned lo esiinrate such
thinn-i by llieir irue valiio. Tne safe-t plan is for
every ens to teat lor himseit the virtues ol a new
One Trial and you will never use any
It ! not necessary to pno'ish a long lift of dis
ea s for which the clfc. ' inON M I I Js.Kd are a spa
rine, in all diaeaeMor tho
Bovveli, Liver and Kidneys,
In all affections of the
Brain, Depwacing I'poa DarangsmaBi of the
Kiomaeb or Bowel
licet) Ilhernafism and Nf uralgia
FEVER and AGUE.
It is destined lo supercede alt other remedies. It
not oulv urs ihee dinettKes, biit it prevents them
A vtioe cKas of the huter, taken an hour before
each meal, will obviate the Hi ehYct ol the moid
oeliinlihy cl;mai, ami arreen the person taking it
againx! diHeaxea under the nioal trying exposure.
8.la ky Drag.taCs an Urocera tJenerally.
DR. JOHN BULL,
Principal OfHce, Filth Street, Louisyille, Ky.
Hold Wholeeala and Retail by
Berry, Hciaoville k Wharton,
(Noa. 5 and rutilic Pqtiare.)
Wbo also sell
BULL'S WORM DESTROYER,
SlIITHS TONIC SYRUR
a 122)-til m' w ly
Willett, Kiddell &; Co.,
-A. r e 1 1 i t e c t h ,
Civil Engineers and Surveyors,
Corner Church Ac Mifah Ht.
nk IV'ii siujaes'ed Ihe iBsolvency of Ihe eMte
i.f AlrjiMid-r Mootum, decviM?d, lo thee'lcrk
1 .ti umoij Court ut brni h count r, lennesaie,
and order bavin,; Iwa ros in for puNi -aiion i the
N-hv be UnlOB, newspaper pubhxbed in tbecity
f jNachville, TenneMtee, for four cona-cntiv
weekit, requiring all perauaa havinx claims a. aia-t
d efate lo Be Itxrn. properly aoiheaticatoi,
with Ihe Ceki.( Mid Court, oa or brio re the lilh
Jy of i icjolier, ls, u. r pro rata di.tribuuoa, or
the j wi'l l-e Its-ever barred in law and quity.
This i. thorefwe, doiicw of Ihe same, Una April
2in, l!th6. IAKT KoUeLA.
rjiaj 1-Ciw AdmmuLnuxix.
North Market Street,
Gas Filters, Plumbers,
A gents for Morris, Tasker & Co.'
Celebrated Wrought Iron Gas
and Water Tutus g,
Lap-Welded Flues, Coal Oil,
Tcols and Machinery;
AKO WHOLES AL1 DIAUM IM
Tinners Plumbers, Gas Fitters,
Coppersmith's Stcek and Material,
Kallroad Supplies, le.
Empire Spring Water,
Congress Spring Water.
Columbian Spring Water,
XTO natural or artifi ial compound hss yet been
Al d acovered or mam lacti red tliat quaix theste
waters as a preventative, reii-t and penna lentcure,
for many tempc'rury and rTiron o direa.-e, an prov
ed by the eipeiien' e of many llioiKinds a ho have
drauk them lor yearn, :ih ihe most beutbciai el-
14 a cathartic, alternative and tonic, and is a varia
ble remedy for sttwuona ol the Liver and Kidneys,
lyspepa a, Gout, Chronic O n.-tipa ion and Cutaue
oils uitCK-es. Is a most pow rtul prevenuve ol the
reveis and l.iilous ckimplainu), so preralrnt ia
It a cathartic, and a vulnable remedy for Ehenma-
tisin, lier'ncment 01 me Livnr, i.ipa8ea ol the
bkiu, and CfDral Iielulity. Its ettects are most
saluiary in Lung Diwaiita. it is ao almost sure
cure tor 'crotula, and the most atrgiavuted lorins ot
U)8liei 11 Aa a prevenuve and cut e lor all ttil.ous
tieranxemenla it riands unrivalled.
Is a tonic snd diuretic of a h fchly hencBcial eharae-
ter, and la a positive remedy lur 1'iuuelrs (iiavel.
Clilcuiua, lrnuilion and li uamauon of tha Kidneva,
and Kladder, ai d Iihh moat m;g:ar!y active ettects
in rohtoimg lite e orptui when debuita'.ed by long
diHeane. FemiUcav.Uo baveBDttercd lor years from
irre);ularit, nod the distressing oii-eates Lnown
only to ilif ir sex, hava been entirely cuvad by tae
ta.ihbil ai.d ludicious uxe 01 iOiumb.an Water.
Ihese waterj aie bo'lled fresn and pure, lrom
ech of the aliove named fprinirs, in so careful and
secure a u noner that t::-y prmerve ail their me
dicinal Vidtie lor yea's, uud will be lound eouaily
em jacious when drank thousands of miles distant,
aa when taken directly lrom the epilog.
Lcware'if Imitations ami Inferior Waters.
The corks of all genuine Consrees, Empire and
Coliunh na Waters are branded on the side of the
1 Eapiai 1
j Colo a bum Water, I
O. A 3. Co. j
Fackad safely and securely, in boxes auitaMa for
shipment lo any part of the woild. Orgresa ani
tcLpire Waters in onzea, conumiug voten nnta.
or i VKi-a uuart BOit.es each. Columliimi Water
in rozea coma niDg 4, or 6 ixizen Hail 1'inu, or 4
Uoaen Pint butt ea each.
Sold by all Druggist, Hotels, Wine
Merchants and first class Grocers.
Sold only at Wholesale by
UiS ltKKKMAN NT,, 1. Y,
Order by mil receive prompt atten'ion.
4S d&zen of the above for sale , by
Kline & Sherman, Masonic Temple,
marl-tu thurti.t 3m
SAMBURG PORT GRAPE WIDE
PUKE AND FOUR YEAKS OLD.
FOR THE COMJIUNIOS T1BLE
A1D FAUILY USE.
rrescribed by Physicians for Females
"Weakly Fersons and Invalids.
Eieellent Wine for Females.
Every Family at thia aeaxoa should ea
SA3IBUI1G FORT WLE.
rlebraet in Europe for its medicinal and beoe-
fiial qunlit ea, hiehly esteemed by eminent phy-
iiciana, ued ui European and AmerM-an Hopiuu,
and by some of tb first faradiea ia Jturot aud ,
AS A TOXIC
It ha do equal, causing an appetite and building
up the syoiem, wing enureiy pure win oi a
uoa; yaluaue ((rape.
AS A DIURETIC
)t imprt a hea'thy action of the glands, kidneys
and urinary organs, very beoeuciaj in dropsy, gout
d rheumatic ai: eel ions.
Is a pure art cle from Ihe iuic of the Port Grape,
ponaeaatag med eal pr? pertiea anperor to any oth
er wn m u-, and an excel .ent ar ic!e for all weak:
im urn. , i , .. ru iui-i luf uiwra '".i I
improving tbe appeute, aud benehun2 tad.es and
ar '! ry it once an 1 yr.u will not be deceived.
aer he sure the aientuiwol Allred Speer over
the cork of each boice.
&oKl t-T W. J. M C. W. SMITII, NaahviTU
whoaiao sell th CAST ELLA rVKT BKASUY, a
huceold article, imported only by Mr. tSpeer, di
rect from ('porto.
lh trade supp ied hyR A BOBIMjfJJ CO.
Liouisvti e, hy., and l.y all wholeaale dealers in
JNew orfc, Pmladeiphia. Oacinnsti and M- Ijoqis,
and by A. bi'KKK, at his Vineyarl, New Jersey. j
irincipi vihce, ja Uroaaway.
dec21-th iu A sat and w aow ly
Bemiaal weakaeaa. lc.. can ha cured by wia who
ha really cured himself aad huo iredt of others.
and will tall you aothiax but tba truth. Addreaa,
With MAITip, Jlol 07,
a F. WHKELER,
laoJ2--dAWlyi ttu.1, Maaal
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" SIX MON'TUi 1 oO
Established in 1862.
AHO NOW ABOCT I.1TKRINQ ITS
sr sj m
a&a&iVisUli W WAWAMWi
Is firm and consistent in its Bupport of
the federal Administration, and par
ticularly of tbe wise and statesmanlike
policy of the President for the restora
tion of Southern States, to their Con
stitutional relations with the Union.
It ought to be supported by all loyal
citizens', and by all who wish to keep
posted in the current news of the day
It will gi?e daily the latest political,
commercial and miscellaneous intelli
gence from all quarters.
KOW. IS THE 7IHE TO SUBSCRIBE r
AO WIS THE TIME TO SUBSCRIBE !
A O IF IS THE TIME TO SUBSCRIBE !
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OXtY it 50 FOR THREE MOXniSI
OXLY 83 60 IVR THREE MOSTHSI
OSL Y ti 10 FOR THREE HOXTHS!
OXLY $3 60 FOr'tUREE MOXTHS
Throughout Tennessee and the adjoin
ing States, and is therefore
a desirable medium to
ADVERTISE IN !
T t ai an! aaAiil a4?sn id s? a i 1 taT t nBAa Din r
A tu Vll LUlttlilUU 19 V CVAA J AUw A VtaOlUgs
I and the paper must, in a short time,
find its way into every city, village
; and hamlet in the country.
It is emphatically the friend of
la prepared to execute neatly, every
At Low Prices and at Short Notice.
It u the Uo6l couu Job omca m
w. a. coasiuvi. i. j, a. hook.
A. H. lOllNaOH.
W, R. CORNELIUS & CO
AT THE OLD STAND,
No. 49 Church Street,
pAVX on hand good supply cf all kintk'of;
M ETA LIU
CASES and CASKETS.
Wood, Clolh, and Velvet Coffins,
ALL KLXD3 OF
Burial Olo tiling-.
The best HEARSES and CARRIAGES
in the City.
Good, attentive atwtlante. and everrthini neces
sary, aa nereioiure,
We alio attend to (he removal of Bodies to and
from other points at reasonable rates, and to the
sauxiaciion ot part.es emp tying cs.
we kep aluo on hand a gi-od supply of l.MIK
TAKERS' MATEK1AL, wi k h we will fnrciab to
Underuikcrii wheu ueired at reaaonaula rales.
Teunegaee and Cumberland
OIL AND M1XIXU COMl'AaNY
Ppec:l Act. of
EXEMPT FROM .ALL I'EKaON'AL LIABILITT.
Capital Htock, $000,000.
Divided into 3n,ono Shares of $20 each. 75. shares,
or li.xJ.iKjo nave oeen appropriated a.i worn
iut( capital, lor the developemenl of the
properly of tha Company.
A irr.iicd amonnt only ol tha stock thns arpro-
pru led has been placed 111 the hands f the otbeers
ol tne company to t wild at "i per shitre ; and aa
the sto k iuta all been i.-ucd, full 1 aid, in pay
ment 01 property, it is not inert tore, uauio to auy
Cirru s: No. to'-i North Cherry street. Poetotf.ee
nox 'Jii, Aiwihviile, ieon.
r. h. cotTON, of Tenn.
wm. 0. at NTS, "
c. t. Hcm'EMBnraa, of N.Y.
lKLt T. HMITH, of MlUO.
a. . SAkt'uaU, "
A. O. WK1XS, Ol MlCQ.
rrejuknt, G. HAN FORD,
Pies't 1st National Lank, Nashville.
Vice Pie.uUnt, A. G. WELLS.
Seirctary,F. B. C'OLTuN.
Tren.urert WM. C. BUNTS.
Jfim'w; SuptrintcntUnt.C. L. HE'UEMBOUUG
The prcperty of the Company connits of leae-
lioiii inierei iu tne counties ol uverton. rentres.n.
v n le, i-on, aim vv arreo, iu the btate ol l eQ-
11. wee, amounting in the areaW lo over eiijlit
'1 he nieniliership of the Ounpany and the Board
ot l re tiors comprise men ol ousiiic - eziK-riewe
mid reputation, and ot a thorough and piwtieal ac-
utiaiiiuuice Willi ine oil mines ol Fennpylvauia,
1 n; fliiiiiiij oiiiieriuieiiueni was one cl the nrslea-
ploii r- ot itie 01. Held of that blu e, and struck ihe
ti id rlowius! oil weli in tho country, well knimii a
ihe llnii;fiiilx5uri well, and to which the it int.-r-
e.-l 1 id rennsylTauia, itieii Ul their naaceut stale,
e e very largely indebted.
This Coinpauy will lease portions of their Talua-
Iho laud-i, iu small iriuas, to private parties or com-
pan e, inr la.MiiunTS Dcvr.LopacsT. Ihis la a rare
chance lor umn JuU oiieral-rs to obtaia leases on
terms I list till be smply remunerative.
ierida made kuowu ou application.
KO MIRK 8rCCLATOK3 WILL Bl TEKATCO WITH.
iiescriition of lands and samples ol Oil obtained
from the piopeny may be seeu by csllmg at the I
itti.-c il tho company. Jo. ci;'. Norm L'herrv
fcireel, iiitsiivuie, leuu.
1 rM .yTev- " li. f olton. Nftphvill., will re
ceive urd. rs lor Moca, mil w.ii f raard certiucatea
by return Inaii when Ihe money acuouipamea ilia
Spring Stock, 1866
rikX BE SEEN THE HANDSOMEST BTOCK
Staple and Fancy Dry Goods
For the present season, ever eihifcite I in this city.
all hour ut w thin the last three we, and whtever
decline there may have la-n in tiie (w.p. we iiave
ot tha bencat it anl will give to our customers.
We do cot propose any "bait t our customer
by way ot otlurmg t?la,ne Goods at le-s tban cost.
with too hope of making it up on other fr.no.ls, but
simply to sell everythins; at aa amaU proti.3 aa Ibe
present hiuh rates of Keats, Tales, and expenses
generally wi l admit cf. Our friends may reiy upon
Ueinn ma rsi unoiis at the lowext 1'ricea, and
every thing warranted as represented.
Elegant Dress Silks,
Moire Antique, Grenadines,
Printed Linen Cambrics,
LADIES IN MOURNING
Will End full licea of everything new an 1 desirable
in uiat way.
In great vanety, in Real Point, Point Aplique, Va-
len jiennes, etc.
Laaits Silk Sacks, Lace Points,
All new and Handsome.
Splenilid nork cf
Goods lor Boys' Wear.
1I08IERY, cf ali gradis and rtes.
-A, 10-I, and 11-1 Uses hhtcilag;
10-4, aud C'uMna feheeUags.
Table IJaeaa aaa C laths, in variety.
Tawela aoJ KapkUa. in variety.
Tojreiher with Prints, Ilovreataja, Clf-ths, Tassi
meres, and evrytlnnS peruinng l a 6rs:-eiaa
Itrj Uoooa auujiliinenl.
4-4, i-4, 6- 1 Colored aad Whit OaiUn
UuK, of tha very lt makes.
HONNTAO &; IIKOOM,
tyt f aUea Laa, Sew Vaik.
IniporlerJ of Frmrh'anJCtrnian AnorJfonj,
An-I MUSICAL MITWCBAKDiFiK generally.
The attention of dealers is reapectf illy ea led to
our large and well ruyl stock, which we ot1r at
the iowest market ra rs.
aprl8nj BCO.NTAQ A LL..
Desdeilck and Union Streets,
IX CONSTANT OPERATION,
And have the advantage that reliable Steam Tower
gives, for turning out work rsfidly, aad
having recently n.ade Urn additions
to cur already extensive stock of
Piloting 'Material, wa ara bow
prepareii; to execute, at
short notice, anil on rea
sonable terms, every
PLAIN AND FANCY
Circular", Tarda, Funeral inTltatloru,
Kallroad, Steamboat, and Commercial
Bill-Heads, Theatre, Shovr, Concert
and Kallroad Tickets,
Theatre, Show and Concert rosters
Bills of Fare for Hotels and Restau
Steamboat Manifests, Ellis of Lading,
Dray Tickets, Drn;;lstsf Labels,
LETTER-HEADS. LAW BLINKS, lc,,lc.
State. County & Corporation
IXJNE AT SHORTEdT KOTICE.
We respectfullj invita a liberal patron
age, knowing that our stlo of worktuan
liip cannot Le excelli-l, or our terms com
M Sfalfis Stspl P?n UU,
VWU WIUU'U VIWOI I til liU'M
FACTORY, CA3IDEX, . J.
R. ESTERBR00K & CO.,
STEEL PEN MAXUFACTUP.r-?
WARH0l-S3)J f rch-af.. Pi,i
i o. 4 3 Jhu-.t , .rw lrl
O C.MPLFS snd prce on spplicatir.a L't- n
KJ to order ot any ptiem or r-.rnn r i,.
CACTio.lh.-e IVns .-e tfg.-nun.e A-W-)Bwu.-tur
atidc -ial n 8ei-h n K ,'.' i 5
Bene Of point IO the h.t ir,,r..,n.i , . ' -
tnerei-re, sure to ihe.T,;:1.,..n,-.",.f f-r'A
can pjnuc. r.ie !-,., -r-,t3 .ure ,'.",
cient WH-urty i n.t r..re,t.a iiorni,,.
n , f"r!iale at rei.-i;l bv .1
i-uii-a atea. K. fcdTKitt'-,
.vJUH A i ;.
HICKS PANT ENT MRET-lfTiv,:
STEAM-EN G I N E 3
c;v:d u rer
cent; in pe
porta u on,
numler o t
fi B r 1KA!'I .1
Ihe beit en
mi in tfim
mplest, mos: torrj .v:t aud ;v
Adapted in Mrine, Stationary, rortub.'e 1. . ,.
mot ii. cil snd Minaiir use (it anv i.
Adi.rc Tila; HiCUS K:i.l"K I II,
jar.5 bnfritua ac l.il:erf at.. New W.-
CAMBRIDGE & CO,
' MAIN 31 F.EET, LOriSVlLL1
GENTS for MAKCII, HKiW., riSiXK A I ,
EN4MELED WATER PMXU-'
the beel a-tir'!e maniil: (urei, contain ii- no r
nous material, and warranted prepitu-u pr :.
H1I.L, PKiH. A co.-s
PATENT EXPANt'KO STAR C H.I.V'J,
showing space for tre rrav d, v i-i! r i ' .
by Hi Mipenor she ami nul. an I .11 '.!. 1
qinoite fiah aud wlii'-mr of the pa; r.
loc:kwoois cei.ei;ktki) cii;i
LAIIKS PA.PKK Ci 'U.AK.
AT.W. IS.ron s:i I Cl I k rs Oo h t.ine.t I t'
CVhb, f. r l.a-iiea an bent.tmen, fn ru
Chicago Manufacturing C'o.'s In,,."
Patent Enameled Collars A CuiN.
The T.ade suppl ed at Msnuf cttirer pi
A full line of ("Inti s. r4irrerc. 1 i-'i -in I
Feadv-na-e Out i ', ll""! .wkiii, .Ni l . 11-,
BiWuyj 1Q Km k, an I l-T s He, .
ded. A!! cur floods, are n-1 1 n 1 .
l Prme.ple . a,,. I Innn.i , , . .
Ciean, and Ky-.V ,, , , ,.
ward an I nixvsr I rr"-"' . . . , . .. , .
casiMr.f Kii,turr. ul'i-i""
sa and retnl. .
WQlTKd p"ryr I.l-.vh!t lb 1 -i oimi'v
. 1 e I'riipriMtora. o. '" I -roadway, . T
YOR t l it
THE riC'T'iKUI. I'Oi'K I'
ANECDOTES AMD III
an I I "rai .c.-i.
Ily ll uitrstad w th over
and t4-nu..! il Kiirsvn
This work for jjfnial hiimnr, ten -ler p
ling interest, an-1 siirn'tive tieamv, t-i
and alone annnu all itt romititurs
and Hrave Hea'ie-1, the ';etiif-;n
the W.tly and M.rvclloiis, tre 1 en.!.
'ItielUiliof ame and M-ry, l'ni"i
Sfont, l-ivoiia-, and iti ; -:;i :'.
Wmdrfiil to-ai eis Fairi.n Um i
Woman, and thewr.oie t'uii!ir:iiu
r 4111 r' 1'
. I .. --1.
1 n I I "
fix- - u
here tbr iluiiJ y su-l .-tartlnii; v i-oi t:iT' i n '
terly mnnner, at once his u,i-d sn 1 r--n -m
deruirf it 'lie mo-l riiii1. r; i nut an l r--brok
tbfit lh .sr hus cil ed f,rifi
lM.ab ed otlicers and si.lilieis u -h h.r-i. ::
youn men, and a I in wsnt r-f ( r-.M ! '
ment, will tind tins i he I e-c rbance Ui nn."
ever yet c lined, cen i for circtiuirs and
Address NATIONAL I'l'PI.il IN '
Us Went fourth rarest, t:n .nc
mny2 P.m d.w '
Travelers and Shippers
Nashville and tho East
AilanUc & GrealYesiern RaiU:
Is Bow in full anl tuecesaful 0-ral '-n
From Clntinnall to Xcw Tor
And is the only d.reet route, lo tha
Oil Iiesions of rena3ylvan;v
Connections are ma l w ?!i tre
Jeffersonv:'! and Ohio 4 Mi-s-s pj-l Railro.l,"
JeBeronv .le and Iad anspoiis A O.l. K. K., v
Louiav i,e snd Ir. an I Ky. On'ral K. K., v ! ;
U. 8. M.l Line Steamers via (.'irn ianali.
Two Through Trains Dan)
Paen2rs by the P.roaii (,t: ut K !
wide and coinK.ruiUe cars, U:a: Un:e
Ihrougri Tickets an I P-eiVaferherkscan
cure. I ai d in .r.w-iii in j,d tir-''
o3ii:es iu Lou.sv.i.e td th- -oi,iri
L: M--LAKKN, '.en I - 1
F. F. KTf.I.KK, '.enerai T cket ah,l
W. A. r.A'lk.-, rj.-eoi;r A-m.
CKif'Hirl a I'A hsi .-SL rr .M I'""1
No. T Cii,e
fV K cr the tw! Fesil. c -s .a
S the sontcern prt ol c iv, n
ol trie Soiji. Naii;7,ii ii-,r-.e-ivA..r'-
't ne;Msrbs. ') -M pu I .-.iif. a :rt "" ''
two-.U)cy Ln t, w,h te-i r. :11s, a t- In n,
l.ru k sriH.ke hoiia and s-rvH!it Lou'-- ' '
Urn, lare yar I, wed en'lneal, w '.!. l " ;""
land, part of which is Br-t rsie ((-ir-i-n ;n ' ,'
wita chos e fn;il trees. A pai l is m-l ! r a
yard, w;lta pleoty of wat-r, and a i :' 'n'
Li rltiii wood. 1 ii N. and C. Ku r. ' ' "
by me comer of the piin'e, 'roni wh . n a
c-iv.''i lor tmrn u tr "a. Thw pn-pery
Iheirpura'ino, and is tr,.-ei.;(irt r xi' in-i ':' :l1
pnratwju UiA.. A v'-wi spr.n ia liiiii.e1'
ItuoiBi tne property. Ttiih -f
Cn.pur ut M.-siN A SirKKKKi
mnwl tt w W.Mt I f l-ki.1" "' .
Cr.wr aa, II
;ow im: how u-'1-
X n al cure of -.(eriBiiUirr.'uen, or vi. k
ii-, invnuftry r.insi..tis bei'iai 1 e". ' '
lrriediinepu to M trria-e geruiy : erf '
Coaaumpt.00.. Kpuep-ay, all I r'd . Me 11 1
"! ul lncaisk'iiv, reeiiit.oi; 'rin eii A-.se. 1
tU. J. Calverwaii, M. i autiw-r t v '
Iluijk, Jt ,,
u Boss la ThaB.eoJs af Sul"r'
Peat ander seal, in.;B.n envene, t
drws, ;" ttt, oa r-i e.pt ul s.i a
pOMuie .tAuip, t-y n.LJ. a, a .
Boan hi! 3 DC