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BECKETT, BROWSE, 11 ASKS A CO. SATURDAY, JUNE 1C, 1SGS. A&U1V1L AXD DEPAETLEE OF THE TRA1U v : Limule end 2?a Us tii?,.!e ArTIVA at lxUleVUie xvVlt Railroad. :4a A. M " I. M. Ix .'e m-hTUIe. , , . , K m j. jfl, arr.r at Loiu.viile .,, 'V"0 A. M. Lee Loui?ilie 7 i a. M. ArriVG el Nat-liviila.. 4;oo P. M. lave l.uiyiiie.... ...7J P.M. Arne at baebviiie ,, -fit A. M. (.iixATia Accomodation Le (,a la.m a. M. Arrive el JahTilie.... ....: A. M. Learea Na. hvilie at .4 40 1. M. Annual baun n 0:4U p, M. Nashville and Chattanooga Railroad. 1 -tk NaehVdie i 7 ui x m Arrrat Chattanooga 4 . . r. :t.i p j ...3.4i A M A M L--a Ciialtanooga at Ainya el Nai-hvillo at... o.45 P M ... ,:4j A M 4.UO P M Shc'.byville Accommodation.. lave War-trace ' , , ,. , ,,- - l'i .55 P. M Arrive el tMMsit-y vine at.- ...., 1.4 P. M. I K.,at. j.,h -i ! 'i6A- M. Am re at to tut rice t , ,., , ..10:25 A. M- 2?ahville and Decatur Railroad Line, Connecting with the Memphis, Mobile ed !few Orleans MaO. 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M . li OU A M .t-A.M Arnral and Departure of Lebanon Mtajt v-liviil, iaily, at Arrivmat iylwooa Um l-no - . -1 ku.lir.1.11 J1) A M. P.M. 7 :) A.M. 2-'J P.M Oi.nii-i at j oawB wiui nw. - t.-hauJr, VJla nd FnJy; nh cn--T,ul Muai t'oavt. e!J Mt-DdRy, Wlt.tiay and i ,,.!. Orti':e at bt. Charlea Uotrl, oral biarket Arncal and Departure of the XolcnsviUe and 1 1 ' " - ' . : 'laI h UTxunt rstagc, i.tm Naid.Vile on Tu.-cd..v, Uiursday ami BaU liiiiay. iM-inr.n Iv Tn.io 03 Monday. ttrd- ....... I ar ariiiaV. 1 ut4,t . (uare. luuiiuuall, olilo. J'fu H. ytiasr, i,r ;.i.Uior.id Ht-ut to revive a iraitt uionUHnd uli rticu lur U10 Aav'iiiiie Vuvm, yrw 4lrlcna, l.tt. Kuwia K. Ovcaall, cf t i.M inmrr. U Htmimii Boom, i otir auibwi d a-nt U tf-wve advrtiemenW and suhnCiipilons lor tne J'inJit ('. Memphla, Trnn D. II. T"ui A On are .i:r antliw.jed anu to receive aivrUementa au I uLa:Tipt1ont fortlia KacJU Vnmn. J.,h U.ra A Co , PiiUimIhtV AKnU, 41 Park Jjiw, .w York, are authorised to contract for ad vrrnxiDg id our nir. jt, 1 Co , PuUiahera Ap nU, Tribune lluild Inm, Nw lork, and Biown'a iron Buildio)?, Tliila dfupl.ia, are authorised to contract for advertising 111 our pr. fi. M. l rfvuoiu. k Co , PuliliHbent' AgpnU, 87 Park Kw, .New Vo'k, and 8 btate street, Boston, are auUior.n-! to contract lor adverusmj? in our f!r. .1. 8. Wii.tiABS, S7 Cl.etnut ftreet, N. E. corner WiMrwt, M. 1ciuia, Mo , is our authorized Acert torsive a.lvrti emeu's and eub cr.ptions for the An In J'A Env.H. Fun ruin, Wipe A Co , ft. Louis, Mo., are cur uUioiim-4 ReotHVo rive adverttftffmeuU and nt rl'lJna h-r the KuJn-i!lt Vuujh. C. H.fraivT., 61 Pe.-trorn atiwt, ChioaKO, 111., .uir amlioriied aj;-iit to leoena aivrtixeoientfl and nili:ri't n fot Ilie XaJuulU I ioo.i. H11 Co., AdveititinR Afi'ds Iouikville Ky., ai our milior.ird jr-nta lo rcceife ndrer-l,.ii'i.-cu aud uhscnpiione ftT the amiviixs 1 1 C. Mi li-i-r,, Ix ui-viUe, Ky., in our author-::-rl fc. ui to rec'fiv aJvert omen's and i-ubH-r:-I on- for the Nii.Mvn.Li L'm.vh. . . I 0 .Milk-iiirn. Milk Tickets (pints snd ,mrU) d.llereut colored card-boonU, of good jualilv, for 6lrt at tLis ollice. Ot a J'H Orrrra. We are executing every deacripliiin of plain and fancy Job rent ing in the neatest style, and at the lowest j 1 ices, at this office. Marrinjje Licences snd CTsry description of Law blanks tor sale at this office, or printed to order. CITY NEWS. Mrs. Lauretta I'VCaulp, who nerved sev eral yciirs in the Southern Army, and at taiurd distinction lor gailuntry and heroic cjuragas Lt. Uuford, arrived in this city ve-terdav. the is makiog a tour Kouthoru States soliciting subscriptions fjr a couple of volumes which she proposes to Vj'jIi'-U relativo to tho laie war, and inci u. uU growing out of it. Ve have no doubt tiu-y will bo more than usually entertain ing, coming from & lady who participated iu the lloody elrogle, and who wields a rca-ly aiiJ racy jicu. Dcatti of Dr. (.'tins. II. 1'ntton. I'r. Chaa. II. Tatton, of Hantiville, Ala., Ir.her cf GjV. ration, died at Blount Sjriugs, last Moaday. Ilia funeral took 1 Ice at Iluntsville Thursdsy. lid was an oil a'jd much respected citizen. Cockt Maktial. The Gurt Martial met eeWrday,at 10 A. M., when the Judge A l-VtM-uterrad the following order, after which au ajjuumoicut was ordered till Mouday Li-xt : liillot iRTCR!!, DlTAETMKXT Cf MB KRL P, ' AltrHi.4, 'pKsxJurie ll,16i5. Crriis 'Vosss, Jodga Advocate, Sir The Major (Joueral cotiunanding directs thkt the General Court Martial, of which you are Juilgo Advocate, roceea with the tr.il i.f such cases as are military. The ob ject L:ug to fiaibh all cases of otlicers and iiicu that are purely military, as soon as p'-'V.ible. I'tvn completion of lhi, he directs that l""u report said facts, aud the C;urt will aa'it turLher orders from tliisolieadquarlers utile's it hsl receive other instructions prior to tl,,, akie. I am, Ac, U. S. Foitcb, Brevt t Mjor i A. A. C Ft tie of those gems cf art, a colored IVarl Miniature, call aV bcantiful . . UlEKS GaLI RBV, -lai 42 L'uiou st. Tomato Wixi. A very choice article of ii'iUj Wine can be had altbe Drug store f Kl.iiei Sherman, Church s'reet. It is f --(.eraily admitted by the medical profes sion thai the tomato has invaluable medici ! properties, and that the use of the veg .U!;ie is couiiucive to health. In the wine e Lave ail the excellence and virtue of tbe plant as a remedial agent in a conccn-tru-.J f,,rru. Jt cannot, therefore fail to be -'vaDtagemis to invalids in certain clarscs f e'.iriiK;S4ta ; and ft. r. sac U is highly rcc--iiuiicndiyl. Tbose wish.ng a superior er- 'c t.ueht to try that st the hniae above 'lenio.j. 1 ' Iine('arl4de Visiles, or lnrge Photo SfiipLs, plum or tlega&tiy colored, C:Jl at t. IKK' GALI.EKV, 42 Union Street. Commencement Excrcie f W. E. iard'a Seminary The tirrt Atinual Commeocernent Exer ciset cf W. E. Ward'i Eeioioarj began Thursday evening at the Masoaic , Hall, and closed last evening. The large ball wa crowded on both evening. . Tbe exer cistt cooeiated of eeaava, music, recitatiooi, etc, and were in tbe bigbest degree credit able to the youog ladiei and their precept or! ( We Babjoin tt,D programme of th oc casion. Mr. Ward opsted hii Seminary last year, on the south-west corner of Cedtr and Sum mer itreeU. It wu a new enterprise, but be aoon discovered tbt it would be buc ccetful. Preeed for room, be purchased the iplcndid rosidenco of Col. Bryan, on South Sprnce itret, and moved into it the early part of H present year. A more uitable building conll not have been found. Tbe location ia' convenient, and the neigh borhood en of the beet and most quiet in the city. So far aa houe room and eligi bility of location are concerned, nothing ia wasted. Mr; Ward bad already called to hia- aid competent assistants, and hii first commencement j roves that he baa laid suc cessfully tbe foundations of ft Seminary of the first character. It ia fortunate for Nash ville that a gentleman so capable and worthy ia at the bead of this institution, for tbe is interested, not merely in the advant ages it aHards for the education of a portion of her children; but in a pecuniary point of view. It will bring to our city a large number of pupils from abroad, who will remain here the greatr-r part of the year, and the money required for subsistence, clothing. will be spent in our midst. This consideration is of more importance than would Appear to the casu al observer; but it will becoma manifest to any one who will calculate the cost of sub siateoce and clothing for one young lady, and multiply it by the nurnber likely to at tend the Seminary. Before another year has passed, we expect Mr. Ward to be call ed u;oa to accommodate at least two bun dred boarding pupils. We trust, therefore, that our citizen will continue to sustain Mr. Ward in hi. noble efforts to build up his seminary, vnd that it will become a fixed institutiuj to bless the youth cf the landtov" ' r -'iod of time. ' rRAiri:B.. Miss Helen M. Ilaeslock. Br. Richards. r' diss L ilie II. Nichol, Nashville ject : Where is Thy Home T Chorus, Opera: Faust, ist Emma B. Clemmcns, Sdie Essa) . Xanhville, Tenn. Subject: Tbe Shamrock. Tic KicSong: The Village Green. Piano Solo. Miss Alice M. Love. Black Key Mazourka. Kecitation. Misses Mary C. Hudson, Jessie F. Fall, Lulie II. Nichol, Kata M. Cantrell. "The Bells." E. A. Toe. Ballad. (By Bequest.) Miss Martha B. Donelson. Tubs Under tho Rod. Esay. Mis Helen M. Hasslcck, Edge fie'd, Tenn. Subject: Unhonored Graves. I'our Lo Biano a Quatre MairiS : Tarisian Fashionable Quadrilles Shubert. Misses Mary C. Hudson and Lulie II. Nichol. Ersay, Miss Martha B. Donelson. Sub ject j Girls, what they will do, and what they won't. " Bewnre, Beware," Cavatina J. E. Per riug. Misses Tabitha D. Wherry and Ella K. 1'bilHps. French Recitation: Misses Jessie L. Wal ton and Mary C. Hudson. Music : Miss Mollie 8. Lanier. Polka de Braoovrs. : C. Voss. Wallace's celebrated Vocal Duet, "Love's Approach :" By the Solfeggio Class. Essay : Miss Kate M. Cantrell, Davidson county, Tenn. Subject Tho Struggles of Literature. Piano Solo: Miss Mary C. Hudson. "Sil ver Spring" Me sou. Essny: Miss Larena W. Hardin, Char lotLo.Tenn. Bubjocl Soliloquy of a But terfly. Air from tbe Opera : The Barber from Se villa : Una voce poco fa. "Tyrant, I'll burst thy chains." Miss F. Amanda Lee. Recitation: Hiss Ella K. Phillips. Essay: Miss Alice J. Maxey, Davidson county, Tenn. Subject Fashionable Edu cation. Tiano rolo, Miss Mary C. Cutter. Essay, Mi?3 Lou. T. Lanier. Subject Womanly Ambition. Gottschalk'a "Last Hope," Miss F. Isa bella Hudson. "The Law of God," Cantata composed for this occasion, by. Prof. J. R. Adam, byc psrt cf the graduating class. Chorus: The Miller's Daughter. Piano aelo: Capricio Frs. Brown, Miss Lo- reno W. Hardin. E'ssy, Mits Je?M L. Wslton, Summer county, Tenn. Subject: "Through Life to Death." Mszourka, Miss Sallie Tcnison. Italian air Cousiclida a nice, " From man fly quickly," Miss F. Amanda Lee. Essay (Latin), Miss Ella K. rhillips. Subject 8toncwall Jackson. Thoughts of Home, a Swiss song, Fr, Abl., a small class. Frwch Recitation, Miss Alico J. Maxey Song: "Slumber sweetly, angel dear." Serenade Fr. AM., Miss Ella K. Fbillips Variations: Don pasquale, Miss Lulio U Nichol. Essay: Miss Jessia F. Fall, Nashville, Tenn. Subject: By-gone hours. Piano Solo: Capricio, Miss Tabilha Tl, Wherry. Italian Air: I'amo. "I lovo thee,1 M. Emma Cooley. Miss Essay: Miss Addie F. Clsrk, Nashville, Tenn. Subject: Tbe temple of our purest thoughts is Silence. Soldier's Chorus FaubL By request. Essay: Miss Mattie Barnard, Nashville, Tenn. Subject: The Aims of Liie, Variations : Lorena Chs. Grab. Miss Jossid L. Walton. French Recitation. "Love's Approach :"" Vocal Duet. By re- nuest. Vulcdictory : ' Miss Mary C. . Hudson, Nashville, Tenn. Piano Solo : Wallace's Third Grand Tolka. Miss Lou. T. Lanier. ( ADhKKPS ARB ratSCSTAVIOW OK DIM.0WAS. Maiden's Thsnksgiving : Piano. Badax zwska. Miss Addie F. Clark. Farewell Soce: Miss Jessie F. Fall and tho Graduates. DOXOLOOT. n,,r fr-.And fliers. Union street, is taking aomo of the finest photographs and pearl types that we have ever seco. His colored cartes de visile are executed with true ar tistic taste. The season is excellent for this description of work. Go and have your. taken. i HAlVrEH ON TIIK It A. 51 PAGE Two rn.rrilim Tteaencd ' br "IS RescncI Hand. Troops Sent After the Villains. We learn from a reliable source that Har per, the pucrrilland mnrderer, is again at work, with a band of soma tHy despera does. Day before yesterday, while a guard wss taking Moy from Franklin, Ky., to Bowling Green, Harper with at least forty men ai tacked it, and reicned Moy from their cus tody, and made ell" with him. There are other guerrillas in jsil in Frock Iin, a nd au attack tn the plafe ia feared. Gen. Fifk has sent a detachment of troops to tho scsneof the troubles, and it is hoped that tbe msrauders will soon be brough to juilico. How the British Government Treats the Fenians. "So Lenity bliown Them. They Most Prove Their Innocence, or Die. ,. , . The following letter was yesterdsy re ceived by a lady in this city, whese name we suppress by request: Tokosto, Jnne 6th, ISC.. Mrs. , Itm!le, Tenn.: When in a jail at this place to-day, I saw a person calling himself , who says he is a son of yours, and wishes you to be informod of his situation. He was taken prisoner at Fort Erie, in Canada, nearly opposite Buffalo, as one of tbe Fe nians engaged in a murderous raid npon our soil. He says he did not belong to the band of robbers who go by the name of Fe nians, and I hope, for his sake, bis state ment may be true; for I do not know what should be hoped for a man who hi so lost to all the feelings of Christianity and humani ty, as to come with a itrga force of armed associates, who murder and rob a people who never did him or his any harm and as for thinking he could serve Ireland by an attack on Canada, the thing is preposte rous, and it is not possible anything wortby of the name of man could believe it. He wants you to do what you canto prove his innocence, and yon had better use every exertion in his behalf if you value his life. Some of our volunteers, sons of the most respectable of our citizens, have been killed in the raid in which he is said to have been engaged, and his life will therefore be most justly forfeited if he is found guilty. I de test, with the most holy horror, anything Fenian, bat at the same time should not desire any one to be found guilty without his having every chance of showing his in nocence; and I therefore promised your son I would write you to let you know his situ ation. Ho will receive a fair trial, but that is all the favor he need expect. Your obedient servant, M. C. Came eo. The writer of this has been for a long time a member of the Canadian Parlia ment, and for several years a member of the Cabinet. He talks like a fiend. The man who would write so brutal a letter to a grief-stricken mother, is as cruel as an as sassin. He requires, not that the prisoner shall be proved guilty, but that he shall be proved innocent. A new principle in law, certainly. We are again under obligations to the Adams and Southern Expresses for lato papers. Ed. Willard, Union street, will accept our thanks for constant favors in his lino. Wherk the Sbox Pinches. Certain Den tists who have tooth nostrums to Bell, and who find that the Sozodant is taking the place of every other dentifrice in the land, shake their heads knowingly and hint that it is deleterious. If they mean deleterious to their Interests, no doubt they are right. Were it destructive to the teeth, these trav elers would have nothing to say against it, as evil effects would bring grist to their mill ; their motives are too transparent not to be seen by every in tell gent person. June 16, 1866. It. We have heard a great deal of the supe rior excellence of Speer's fc'amburg port wine, and of its being adopted in European hospitals in prelercnce to their own pro duction, ihe most scientific men of this country and liquor assayers appointed by the government, pronounce it a valuable article. We cannot write mere on this sub- ect now, but cheerfully publish the follow ing card, which speaks for itself: i'oBTLAXD, t eb. 1,1 862. I he undersigned having become practically acquainted with the Samburg wine manufactured by Alfred Ppeer, of New Jersey, would eay that be considers it a superior article, and far pre ferable to the quality of port wine iurnuned n this market at the same price. II. T. Ccmmings, M. D., Aesayer to the State of Maine. We have heard persons who have used the above wine express their astonishment that so rich and mud a wine is produced in this country, and is now bcios; bought np by the ycaltliier clussea. tlur druireiau can scercely supply the demaiid. juneie-ltdiltw See a Woman In another column picking Samburg Gropes for Spcer's Wine. It is an admira ble article, used in hospitals and by the first-class families in Inns, .London ana New York in preference to old port win"?. It is well worth a trial, and gives great satisfaction. dec21-tsUweowly. ITCH ! ITCH ! ITCH ! SCRATCH! SKATCH! SEAT CH! AYHEATOVi OHTHEST Will Cure the Itch in 4H Hours. Alro cures SALT RHEUM, ULCEUS, CH1L- BI.A1VS, and all ERUPT1JS Or 1 UK SKI?', price 53 cent. For anle by all ilniflpsi. Byiwml in;; ' cent to WEEK'S A POTIKk, tola Agenta, I7. Washington street, Hnaton, itwill lie forwarded bv rnsil, Lee of postage, to any part of the United btates. june5-lim England Abdicates. One cl the most surprising and im portant events of modern times is the voluntary surrender by Great Britain of her position as one of the great powers of Liurope. ine cnanga nas been bo recent that its full significance is as yet hardly recognized in Europe, while on this side of the ocean we have foiled to appreciate the important re sults likely to follow from the non-intervention, peace policy which England ho. determined to pursue nereaiter. The best rart of the great debt of Kng- land was created uy me wars mwaica aVi an?ai!ed to urhold her position as a first-class power in Europe ; but since the cloae of the Crimean war, a cnange r nnlicv has been determined upon at variance with all the traditions of the nation, and which, u jusunea, con riamna rearlv all the wars Bhe has un- Hot-taken for the last two hundred years, and stamps the national debt as being a costly folly. The following extract from along r,.i oVil article m ilie Jjonaon Satur day Review tells the toi r of England s willi ugnesa to give up a first position in the deliberations of the great powers ftf T!uror : If war is to come, England may reckon r,fi..nilv on keeninc out cf it. She will not only b neut'al, but the war will be of a kind that is exceedingly unlikely to raise any of the dilncult questions wnicn aonie- timcs involves neutraia iu ciuuwiuihi i. ,.rplv probable that there should even he a blockade, and all the combntanU will want near borne tbe few ships they have got, and will not come to cree te em harr.Hi.ient to the authorities cf English v ..cult of the wsr is likely to ii we csn afford to let tbe Continental powers settle how tbe map of Europe shall be rexoddeneu, st lar as i likelv to be altered. This mskes it very eav"for us to be calm and impartial at this critical time, when war may break out any day, and any suggestions we may on-r have the recommendation of being disinterested, -- r not havioz been dictated by nore or Hut on the other hand, we cannot bepe lo have much influence, and it is very much to be desired that our diplomatist may not have been pretending to na u iufluen-e which everyone knows they have not cot. That we should do wnat we maintenance of peace is very rieht. and England b eulScicnt claims on the a ttention of all the combatants to invite them to consider with her whether their SSTrcnec. cannot b. adjusted But this .1.. ...m.t that she can ask, or that sne LI1D 11 L 1 1 J V. u t . -i.h to ask. She is rapidly ceasing to be a European pewer in the sense in whicn she wss a Eurcjau power in the days ef Wellington. SLeisnowau jj.i.h n oceanic rower, much 1 r....n on, lhe aiUns cf DilTC an a la s i.uiv vow - Burmah, of Affghan. of Nepaut, ars of more tT.portar.co to her than tbe affairs of Wur UM.'burg and Hanover, and Hcsie-Caisol. rr-- t... w.r. i r lmlil OPCn tUrOUgU E-ypt is far more necessary to ' .1 . nr that 111 tt'an W insiv liiuw ; .1.. T?l,r,;.li s'.ronirhfild shall nat 00- !..-. Kr.nra. Her chief interest in Resisting the agRre.sions of Kussia on ..tT,tin..i,lais not to protect the moun cf tho TanuLc, or to ncuUalue the Euxme, crto help tho Rayahs of Turkey, but to impress on tho Mahometan populations un der her rule or adjacent to her territories that her strength is unbroken, and thst sbe can rule them with a red of iron if necessa ry.' Jt make exceedingly Utile difference to vis vhetAcr ice are lightly spoken of and our prestige it pronounced to be at an end in tin beet gardens of Munich and the cafe of Flor ence ; but it is of vital moment to us that at Lucknow and Peshawur we should still be thought quite sure to win in a struggle, if a straggle is forced on ns. We are also a na tion of traders and of carriers, and we are rich be?aus we trade with every nation, and carry the goods of all the world. Some of tbe greatest nstions of the Continent are, in this respect, of the least importance to as. This is a concise statement of the feeling and policy of England, ai ex pressed by the parliament;.ry leaders and thrcugh the prees. John Bull gives notice that he has had enough of fight ing and is going to confine himself to trading and money making hereafter. It is difficult to realize that a nation which in times past has ban so plucky, quarrelsome, and dictatorial, and which has coveted power and glory, should voluntarily resign its position and turn its back upon the past ; but this sacrifice the people of England have certainly determined to make, and the fact it self cannot but be regarded au among the most momentous in all Cirrent his tory. N. Y. WorLL Renry Ward Beecher oa Fenianism and ReconstructionSevere Attack on Thad. Stevens. Ilenry Ward Beecher availed him self of a pulpit opportunity, last Sun day mornin?, to review the present sit uation of affairs frcm the standpoint of immediate events. Upon the text, " Overcome evil with good," he applied the principle to the duties of commu nities and cations to each other. He said : I hear men say " Aha I it's their turn now. Let us be quiet and allow the Fenians to return them 6ome of thoir St AlbanB courtesies. I'd just like to see a town or two burned, a bank or so rob bed, just to let them know how good it is." Well, now that is all wrong. I will not deny that my natural man was delicately and quietly tickled at first by a mischievous sense of poetic jus tice, but it was only for a moment True the Canadians did act most un fairly, and the mother country most wickedly, toward us in our dire distress; but if we take like opportunities to chow the same spirit, in what is repub licanism greater or better than despo tism ? I want to heap coals of fire on their heads by showing the grand spec tacle of a Christian nation actuated by Christian principles, if England is in volved in war, I don't want to see a Bingle ship go out of our ports to de stroy her commerce, and over the Can adian border I don't want to see a sin gle cottage harmed. I want them to find their evil overcome by good. The way to live in peace is to be better than your enemy in hia opinion not yours. I don't know whether I'd better make a further application of this principle or not. 1 have not been very popular with my people during the past year. I have failed to carry them altogether with me on some public occasions, and I am sorry for them ! But yet 1 must say, that I cannot escape the diret bearing of this gospel law. 1 am as strong as ever in the convic tion that the true result of the war must be recognized. Whatever went into the Constitution on account of slavery, must come out; and what was kept out on account ot slavery must be put into our organic law and I have . . Via 1 11 A. believed ana laDorea ior mis as strong ly and longer than many of you. But 1 have felt that it Bnouia De done in the stiirit of love, not cf hatred. I consider the doctrines brought forward in the llouse of Representative by Jilr. Stevens though followed in their en tirety, thank God! by very few I think them to be tne doctrines oi ue lial, leading them to destruction. The North had a chance to show grace, and love, and magnanimity. How I longed to ee it 1 Both Congress and the Pre sident should have been pressed to Union. I had hoped to see the Isorth showing her superiority in christian nobleness and generous lorgivenesa. But I have been disappointed. It has not been done. You can no more change rebels to loyal men by casting them out and turning tnem away, tnan you can convert the wicked by build ing up a wall of separation between them and tne good snutting tnem out from the very influences that should be brought to bear upon them. "If thine enemy hunger, feed him; if he thirsts, give him drink; for in so doing thou shalt heap coals of fire upon his head. Bo not overcome oi evil, but overcome evil with good." There go; vole that You have been talking it long enough; do iL You have been praying it long enough; try iL Insurance Excitement in Connecticnt. TUa rvrocont leciRlaturA nf fVinnecti. A AAV jfi.ivu. " ' 3 " " cut. now in teasion at New liaven, is a . 1 " A A? 1 A pressed wim appucr-tions ior cuartera for new insurance companies. Most of these applications come from Hartfcrd, a city widely celebrated not only for the number, but for the wealth and trustworthiness of its life and fire insu rance companies. The success of these old companies and the large individal .i i 1 - r j: fortunes tnat nave ieen waua irum ui vidends of money and new stock, have stimulated the formation of new enter prises, mainly oi ic scciaem ana travelers Kino, ine uuuijer ot mono now asking for charters in over two dozen. Some of them haro already "gone through the mill," anJ in ome cases have been rejected by the Legis lature, or vetoed (in at least one in stance) by the Governor. The lobby members largely represent the insu rance interest. The legislature has already chartered a "Live Stock Insurance Company," established at Hartford, with a capital of $100,000, and designed, no doubt, to insure valuable trotting horses, which might represent the cole prop erty of the owner. Another curious company has made application for a charter, and proposes to insure against j t. ctonmhnilpr eTnlosions UaLungtro ... tr a thicg which no other company will do. Iliis Beems ij no viaviug iui .f,. hazardous lislts. but the com pany wisely says something about in spection" before it talks of insurance. The same company, if chartered, offers . u .(...m nf r.la.tpi. naners and to laan v" i - other valuables, and to insure against loeses by fire or theft. Thfl number of these new coinpa- tiJab. and their readiness to insure oimoat tnv terms against almost nv contingency, is a source of some . t iha nne Mtahlished and "respectable" companies in liartrora ana eieewaero l.u AnJ A:rtrirm learning that 1ioYf inilisrretiniia iflUfh as tCO non payment of losses) on the part of . , i j . their younger oretureu may ..,j;. tVa. ctsTiilinp and shake confi- ui.. emu -v o - - dence in the stability of older and al ways trustwortny companies, wuuse responsibility is undoubted. AsotHtB Raid oa Claim Agkxts. The n.m0siarflnn(irftl has made anotner raid on the claim agents, the result of which is, that the following named firms are forbidden his department on account of malpractice: Edward Price, r..;nv II!- ClitiTi! E. Lemon, uasn iriEtonD. C; Louis G. Camp, Washing ington.l. C; J. Nelson Luckej, New York. BAtTiMoaiisSTMrATBizERS. -A wealthy Baltimore rebel writes nere mai t nf two millions ciao AJ tuv aivi ----- lam can be procured in that city at five . . T AV TV : - TV a I.I .mm' TifttirA jor jen. Xa is. auo irr ... rriKo.c4tP that twentv five thou sand dollars have been quietly sub scribed toward defray mg the ex nsej tv. VrUI o.nd that one hu ldred thousand dollars more can be raised if necessary. nush. xucr. By Telegrapli Tiie KoTtltein Legislatures to ' meet ImmedJately. Max says Urn sooner the French " ijaTO the Better.' ; - i i 1 Eousseaxi Caces Grlnnell .; j . Postal Law. Union Meeting at Indianapolis, Inesdaj. Steamer Magnolia Barnt. PHix.AnEi.PHi a, June 14. After the Sen nU hA adorned the Constitutional Amend ment, just concurred in by the Home of liepreaentatives, uovernor turuu auurcssou a circular letter to the Governors of all the 1ot.1 Fates, sueeestin the propriety of union in the notion, in calling together their Legislatures, for the ratification of tnat am e u d men. ; It is understood that such uniform ac tion will be had, and that before the ad journment of Congress a ratification of the amendment will be made. Kiw Yobs, June 14. The new Captain General of Cubit has issued a proclamation on the occasion of assuming the reius of government ejhorting the people to loy alty to the Spanish crown. The World's Washington co-respondent says: The first movement of the French troops will take place on the 6th of Novembor next, when about 6,000 wi.I bo shipped; all the con tracts have teen signed. Tfiese move ments are mado not only with the consent, but with the express desire of Maximilian, who has signiiied to the French Emperor that he is now .satisfied of the loyal sup port of the landed proprietors and inter ested classes of Mexico, and that the French troops may be withdrawn at any time the soonor the better. The Mezican finances are in a most deplorable condi tion. Venezuela advices, of the 24th of May, state that the Caraceas Congress had adopted resolutions to unite with Peru and Chili in tie war against Spain. The President vetosd the resolutions, and cer tain classes of the population commenced a riotous attack on the Spanish Legation at Caraceas. A couple of large loans had been negotiate! with European parties. Washixotox. Jane 14. The readers of the Congressicnal proceedings will recollect that on Monday an excited end highly un friendly colloquy occurred between Repre sentatives Kosteau, of Kentucky, and Grin nell, of Iowa, which was connasd ia the llouse, to men words, but to-day, immedi ately after adjournment, while Mr. Grinnel was on his wa;r from tbe Capital to take the street cars, he'was overtaken by Mr. Ros seau, who putting his hand on Mr. Grin nell's shoulder, said something about an apology for ofiensive remarks, and thereup on assaulted Mr. Grinnell with a small rat tan cane, whinh was broken in the use of it. Mr. Grinnell made but little if any resist ance. The only visable mark of injury sus tained by Mr.'Grinnell is a scratch on his right cheek, caused by the cane. 1diasapou3, June 14. Tbe grand Union meeting annoanced for Friday night has been postponed until next Tuesday, the 10th inst. when Governor Morton and one hundred of the most prominent speakers in the State will inaugurate the campaign. General Burnside is iu the city o-day. The Soldiers' Home Committee have raised something over $5,00 for that insti tution in the city during tne past week. The Democrats to-day nominated W. H. Harrington, of Madison, aa Congressional candidate for the Third district. The third convention was held at Noith Yernon, Jen nings county. In the 4th district the Union men unani mously nominated Col. Ira S. Looner, of De catur, formerly of the 7th Indiana, for Con gressman. The Convention ratified the platlorm ot Vie late convention oi reuru- ary 22a. The Democrats ot tne 7tn aistnct to-aay nominated Jud&e Claypool, of Putnam, for Congress. The Commissioners appointed by Gover nor Baker to examine into the affairs of the State prisons are prepared to enter upon their duty. A portion of the committee are in tne city to-aay. The children of tne common scnoois give a grand entertainment to-night, at Me tropolitan Hall, closing the school year 1865. The 24th State Fair is announced for Oc tober fourth to sixth. Br. Louis, June 14. The news from Inde pendence cot. corning the killing of the city marshal, for refusing to surrender the keys of the jail where a rebel bushwhacker is conuned, is a nne illustration ot the progress of reconstruction in that famous guerrilla region. Tho threats of guerrillas to rescue guerrillas from the Lawrence, Kansas, jail, is the cause of the continued presence of a company of United States regulars in that section. Tnero are at least hve hundred guerrillas at large in Lafayette and Saline counties, ha. Tot whom com bine and cat ac complish mischief when they desire it. Thursday night lau the lirancn .bank oi the State at Springfield, Mo., was broken into by somo bold bnd expert burglars, and robbed of ur wards of $10,000, which was in the sale. They did not succeed in getting into the vaults. The door of the bank was opened with a crowbar, and the safe blown open with powder. The money taken was mostly special deposits, the bank only los ing some $4)0. No clue is yet had to tbe thieves. After thrje abortive efforts to burn the steamer Msgnolia, the incendiaries have at ngth succeeded in accomplishing their nefarious purposes. The fire was discover ed bursting from tho above steamer lying near the lost of Florida street, above tbe sugar refinery, this morning at there o'clock, and in a shrt time tbe boat wt turned to tbe water's edge. She was moved up to her present lanling from tbe lower end cf the levee, in orier to avoid the very catastro phe that ht a at length overtaken her. The Magnolia came out a new boat last August, with the exception of the engines, which weni originally on tbe Imperial. She belonged to the Merchants' Line, and was built at a cost of $115,000. We are inform ed that one of the owners stated a few days ago that tie boat was insured for $45,000 The career of the Magnolia has been very checkered from the start. She was head over ears ia debt, and wss that class of boat that could not possibly make money enough to redeem herself. Bhe wss considered among boatmen (to use apolitical phrase) a dead duck. She wss built by Capt Perkins, principally on his muscle, as the painters, butcbers, irpenters and almost everybody else that bad anything to do with her have never been paid. Pittsbduo, June 14. The river is still re ceding slowly, with four feet ten inches in the channel by tho pier marks this evening. A telegram from Oil City reports the Al legheny river falling, with 30 inches at that txunt. The wei.thsr continues cloudy and cool, with occasional showers of rain. There have been no arrivals or departures aside fron. the regular packets. This morning Capt. Charles H. Israel, an old steanbostman, but who for several years paal; has besn engaged in the oil busi ness, was found dead in his bed this morn ing. He is said to have retired ia appa rently gcod health oa Wednesday night about lt o'clock. Tbe little steamer Fort Tilt was put np at auction this alternoon, and afterwards sold at private sale for something like $15,000. Coscoa, '. H., June 14. Tbe Republi can csucis has just nominated the Hon. James W. Patterson for United 8tats Sen ator, on the fourth ballot, by a vote of 124 of 205. i m Seir Abuse. This vice, which is never practiced is the presence of any one, has proved the ererlasti ig mis of thousands of the noblest and mom talented young men that ever gave toi.gne to eioqueace or pen to song. It has destroyed health, blasted the consti tution, aid reduced the aoiserable victim e a living skeleton. Nor are these its final and fatal effects ; In its pains are scattered the mire cf reason, the most melancholy sight that can meet mortal eyea. To be cured permanently of this affliction, call os Jr. Cohiman, No. 64 North Cherrr street or addns him by letter, Box it2, Nash vUie.Tiaa. lebM-tf Fersotis residing in and about the city of Kaahvilie, and those from a distance, who may be stnictea wita any private disease, are nart.eularlr requeued to read the ad vertisement given m this psper, of Dr. King's Dispensary, No. S Deaderick street. April-U. A vcrf large Spring Stock of the laUst pattern, of Wall Paper snd Window Strides, comprising aU s,jl-;s and qualities, in store and fur tale by Miikitt Hill, 47 Church street, MayCeld Building, mhS-tf Opposite Maxwell Hota He tilts and Fishing Tackle. ANDBE W CLARK A CO., 48 Maiden Lana, K. T- Fo:e Importers of JOH. WARR1.V8 celebrated Lruled Eyed eedies, beg to Doify their old ccsto. men and th public that they hare on hand a full asi-oTtnnnt of . Tt'arrln'e TrJll Eyes' Seed lea, Warrin'a TclearapU needle. Iu cas. fcets exu largxcrval Kjes, t arris 's Aeediee, la synoptical cases. a D4w arw-le. Warrln'e Barseons, Irlllllnere. Sail. pmcK -eeuiea, c These Seedles nave been before the public for 36 years, aud are acknowledged by good judges to be superior ioau otoera in temper, muao, uni:ormity, and aualitv of steel. Our aoaortmeoi of FISHING TICKLE s com plete, and the most extensive ia this or any other coui.try. )euMmeoi J. A, J. HOSE No. il S. Sido Public Square, OPPOSITE COURT HOUSE, i Rftliville. - - - Tennessee. WE HAVE NOW IN STORE ovru fire ''Hundred Cloth Coals, FUOM THE . Finest Simona Cloth TO TH Lowest Priced Cloth Manufactured. Peque Cassimere Suits, Bcstite Cassimere Suits, Drape de Ete Suits, English Melton (all colors) Suits, French Silk Mixed Suits, Chinese Searsucca Suits, Creole Cheek Suits, White Linen Duck Suits, Brown Linen Duck Suits, Spanish Linen Duck Suits. - BLACK LUSTRE COATS, Mulberry colored Cloth Frock Coats, " " u Sack Coats, Black " " " Coats, Dahlia Coats. GRENADINE SILK VESTS, White Silk Vesta, White Merseilles Vests, Skeleton Cloth Vests. These Goods are eminently worthy the attention of all bnyr. Wo respectfully lnyiie the attention of the publ c to this very large and superb STOCK OF CLOTHING, whether they wih to buy or not. WewiU certainly take great pleasure in showing oar goods. J. A. J. R03E. No. 11 South Bide Public Square, opposite theXnrt Bout. ap'JG-xm NEW SH.4VIF1 SALOON AND Bath Rooms. H. V. BASSETT, H A3 NOW IN PERFECT ORDER A FINE Building adjoining his Restaurant, Wo. 3G Cedar Street, Which contains a large liarber Hhop, TEN BATH ROOMS AND SLEEPING ROOMS, all of which arc fitted np and furnished in the best of atyle. The hlep ng Rooms can lie eneaed by jrenlle men not wielnog to slop at s Hil, and got (heir Meals at tiiin-i to suitttieir cunycnience. HOT, COLD AD BHOW Ell B A T II S, at. all hours. The Parber are ail While Men, anil the beat that could be procured in Hew lork and Cincinnaii. Connected with this well-known House is a Gen tlemen's FURNISHING STORE, where (fleets can be furniphed with all articles ntce?MWT lor a complete outfit. H . V. a. ha imported a large stock of tha most raJurrefu Perfumeries direct Iroro I'aha, through his agent in Iew York. mari-u a. TOKFcras. I a. w. roans, I wm. . lord Lot Mti. Mlh I of EtUitfidit, I 1"te hi. APtrn tug. UU. Van. U tnn. I SOuMuri star. El. TGL1PKIHS & CO. XJ. s. Claim ilgents, Corner Cherry and Cedar Streets, CUP 8TAIR3.) Nashville, Tennessee. We are prepared to collect Claims ag&inst (he (jOYernment For Property taken by lhe Army, Formal & Informal Touchers, BOUNTIES. AB2EAK3 OF PAY AND PENSIONS, An Prewar SettUaeata far OBeera with PresipiC a. same sv rwajmaiow to lion. Ricbatd Ogelabv, Gova-nor Bute of Illinois. Hon. David L. lria, Judge Supreme Court, U. 8. How. Wm. 8. Brownlow, Goyeraor of Tennwwe. Rrig. Gen. Ja. P. Brownlow, Adj. Gen. State of Tea Hon. M. M. Brian, Nashville. Hon. Wm. Nathaniel Baxter, Naahviila. Hon. io. C. Guild. Ntthville. Hob. Joha Hafch Smith, Nashville, r. W. Maxey, Esq., Nashville. Mewra. Morris A Straiton, Naahv3! MeHBTB. Evans A Co., Naabrille. Nimrod Porter, Columbia, Tsaa. nuMl 1 a s. a. ia. Formerly ot Commercial Hotel. clay anatara, Formeriy of bewaoee liooae. East Side Public Square, Nashville, Tennessee, HARE k ROBERTS, Prcprielors. naVINO leaded thia wU known HoM for a trm of yar, aoJ i-mr 83 tonrouifhlr refi wd aud iuruhd 11. w. arw now fJ-d to aivf.ra ru'idarftlia traTe-ins public ia aa Kood at;! aa any c'.'ier noiuK tt.e couuuy. Jthaa kio( ta aa,d lh ftaahnlia was greatly ia arl of a (food hoiH, aud hxTin the mui central aud largmt hou in Uia cltj. are Urie.rrniaed lo male it sn ood to noan. lar charKa w.ll at ad t:ms be a low aa caa powiUy be aUrded, mwlt-a HARK K0BEKT8. BE. I ING'S FOR PRIVATE DISEASES The Dispensary is Located at; NO. 3 DEADEEICK STREET IN NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE. HAVING practiced erei forty year", treating d,ea?o in ha City of Now York, LmiiU, EyA New Orleans, La., and for the taot Din year. 10 ashTll, Tena , ttatwra rumae't, hain curd so many thounanda of cms, prexontin at hu Lii-pBry lor proiMeiond aarvK-va, thai tM m enatd 10 cure, ani give rwrtect eatiaiacuou to ad w ho may lnvor ix.m ith a call ; ot t y loiter, w.th a pamcal defcriptioo of their canee. GONORRHCEA. This difScuIty cured in a few days without nauseating medicines or painful af plications. STRICTURES.! n'ctares In thenretha, erother nnpleaoant effeols mnl while laboring under Gonorrhea, cured in a fw SYPHILIS. 8yphilis, In its Pnmary, Secondary snd Ttoriary form enreiOn a very short tima, sod evary yetj of the disease perfc-ctly eradicated from the constitulion, which bsuld ba a ry areat cooMirauua 10 thoMi contemplatinir marriage, so as to free tie ot!.-jnrx from a hereditary tranvnusaioQ of any poievu lurking in the system. FEMALES TROUBLED With sny difficnltyof the Womb, er other ailments, effectually enred, by writing and stating their eaae. 01 by a description given by their ttm ly physician of the ca-e. Weiiiiiuil Vejilaiiess. This diaeaae is brought on bf solitary habit, et youth. Perhapa ranees more d Slcnity thae ssy etbar vice. It not only destroys body and mind, remierinn the eubirct unfit tor me ordinary baaiaaa of Uf, but causing a train of symptoms to be apprehended from ita trgh'fol eilecia. Iledlciacs Fcrnlshcd at the Dlipecsarj, AU persons apply cs; ivt the Dispensary are furn shed medicines free otcharg, after havtn ail, to bae their cases cured. CONSULTATION. All persons abroail, Vfho write, desiring information reipectin the:r ca -e, are eTpect ed to inclose Ten Dollars, to insure an answer, which sum will becred.ted tn Ihestuouut charged to cure their case, provided the case is taken. Pationts from Abroad Will be provided with cnmfortaMe board, lodgin?, and every attention, by niakic the necessary arrangements 'u advauce of leaving lor Jiadhvilie. This Dispensary is located on the south siJo over the business bou"e ot l.oi. tve Co. J&Ali business confidential. CdDfModicini; cut by express and mail to Direct all letters to NO. 3 D2ADERICK STREET, NASHVILLE, TEX.V. Poist O til co Hox SSI5. "Ofllce hours freni 8 in the morning to 6 in the evening. apnll-i-U An Old Song, set to a New Tune. "An w iny tttprcarh A:t ttnl ii'jnctitA ' u n 'in- AV none out9 Arui M'cenmi HiiUt Uauy skip afoul." 5. IS years esiabl'Mbed in N. T. C:!y." 'Only infh!lihl rmed.-s Snovin." "Fre from l'oi "ns." 'Not dan;aious ti the Fnman Vim).' "Buts come out l tlinr ho:a to d.e." Castar's" Rat, Roach, dc, Ester's, JBlv-te ui- I l"r AWi, Mire, iw.m, BUkk id lUd Anfs, dc, 4c, Ac, A c 'CostarV Bcd-Kaj: Kxtermlnator, Ih a liiild or wnh unl n iMt'oy, and also ax a preionLrefor lici-I:n'j, dr. "CostarV Electric Powder for Insects iafor Afotnx, Ali&qnitnc, rim. But Ui":, inmxU on i'lunU, FimLi, AiuhhiI, dr.., dc, mr I f t Bawaai ! ! I of all worthier im ttion.. mr fee that twTia's" name is on er& hoi, B-ii, and Hank, before yon Imy wtf-Addrees HBAKV K. I'OSTAK. il liroa-lway, H. Y. -Sold in Na.hville, Tenn., r hy w. J. A C. W. SMITH. And aU Druggists and Retailers. 186C. INCREASE OF RATS Th farmer' ' Unzrht (Euglish) acMerts and prove by Sicurea that vm pair of K'18 will hare a progecy aud iioflenuDl. no 1hs than t.'.l.Ovo in three yeara. W, oolwa this immense firmly can t aept uown, tiiy wunM eonsume more rood than would auatain Ut,u hu- dim rwing. "dee "CorrAa's" sdrertisement abo. 18G6. BATS vervut F.IRIiH WhoeyerenK'ge. ia shoot ing small hirdu ia a crul man ; w!uwer a;ile 10 terminating raft ia a tienftartor. Wa should like some ona to gire ua the benerit of their eifiannc in driTing out thene peew. We nrd awnrem Dg tonics oi;, catn, and traps for th s bu.-ioe-s. taentific Amentnn, A'. '. A4T3ee "Cosraa'a" adrertisenMnt above. H8C0. "C08TAR'3 RAT EXTERMINATOR ia aimple, sale, and sure -the mwt pcriei't KAT-ihi'at.oa me-tug wn barn ever aitendwl. Every Rot thxt can rl it, properly prepanxl. Will eat it, aod ..-ry ona tbat eiua it wiu die, gnnvrally, at aoma plara a. distant aa poeaiMe from where u was taken. LlU bhyre, Altch , AJtrrrjr. jHee "Custas's adyertisement aboTe. HOISEKEEPER3 tronod with vermin ed be so no kinirer, if they uas Coara'" Kiiermiuk- v,r. v a nave uei u 10 our aau-ia t on ; ani if a bcx el a ., we would have it. V a hae trii poi sons, tut trwy e.T.ct-l Botainz; but MCour'" a' Ui le kaoi lca tne inath on- of kit. Mice, h.wri-, Anta. and bed-Hugx, quicker ttua we can writ it. It ia in great dercuod ail oyer il.e countiy.-.ltiTi ynj 1 us ' c. 'CofTAk MTertiHement above. 18G6. A VOICE FRfM THE FAR WFST.paking of "Coaiar'a' Kt, Roar n, Ant, Ac , i.itnii nUjr "more grain aod pmiiona are dmiroyeU aaniiaily ia faraet coun y by vermin than would ray lor cca nl thia Hat and iaKct K.liCT." lsmm'cr ( H u.) avajfce "CcsTaa's" adyertismnt above. 8GG. FARMERS AND HuCSEK EErER3-hot.l! re collect tnat huailreiii of doi.ars worlh of tr o, Provunona, Ac, are anoua.ly dxtroyed i.y Kjl. Mice, Aula, au.l otner inveou an-1 rmio all .f wtiich t-.n he praveated by a few doHara' worih of Ur.a K-t, K,a. u, Aat, c, Axtrrusa-Ur, UVUIlk U'l Ul tfriy. BlJiee 'Cvtfraa'a" adTcrtiaement aLoye. !! ia HMhyi'la, Tenn.. ly W. J. A C. W bjsiin. an.i a.i Lrugtu au-1 Deuicrs. maerhHIrn dtw Wanted. At' 13 wante.1 is aeery tn,n and neihbrT t i 1. - .rr ' I t r r. . . . . a. a- onu 1 LAr.UK cjv aK, " a ae arucle ia great dmod, wonti JiJ Vi any Unvly. t-.rurel by patent and very r!-t.ie. Aenie, male aul iemale, are makisg ISlo J!o per dy wim a capital of u Aoj pera having a httie ipare l.me, w:il find it pieaoaut and pro' ani. henl S auuiip K-r crcuiam aa-t return poet Sire. A.tdr K WAIVEI.L, msyle-ui fcox 4741 CLu.?, LU DISPENSARY from ill-cnred, or trom neglect of proper days without causing paio. treat- cf Deaderitk street, very ntar the Square, any part of the country. IX Nashville, Tennessee, IS THE MtriT SUCCESS FL'L Botanic Physician Of tiirt Trc-cnt A. Ills i'racticp now E.'eloJl over IS UI k t Kli ION-X- hTATi:s. W.th hn( en'-rol l'r:i tea, he Inn the CUKONIC CASES: niiciumi'ism, A'lcs-iioin f ti e Lu'ir', Di..enees i t the Throat, bwell.-.' j., nt.,'w:t Limbs, I'irunsy, i'oni-i, L l. er, Uu.'i r, t. ra vel, Di.1ea.xr3 ot Ibi lK.irt and l.n, r, lu:! -niiaiou of tho 8l-iia.-h, uru:.;.;i, k.i, 'a Kv.lor tVr.ful.-i, Dcaftcs, l:-.. o, tl., Kv.m, Ivbil.tutcd S.tci.i,, l'..il r Iu'ii.:tiiiii, and Onsumpi ,. n, t' e, t. w.i .1 nil i'riviue Di.Tvascs, aud i'i.is. v u. Urinary Urguus. TO THE LADIES! All sf!i !'onj ef t-e Womb treni-1 a i, STERILITY. . - - w... w-iiu9f u naa ten n..t to l.nng forth 11 .lue ,e..u. . M coau I ine eiiiur ty letu r or in pervoo. PRIVATE DISEASES NIGHT EMISSIONS CURED DR. Miw;ir r. i-.. r. Mid Mndiinnea to a.1 pin,. ra'i.iVUoo g-ulni. ilia OTice U one of the fineet arrvig-l a tn - - MUVUIVU, WIsO WttlaV-T VtSUL- in Ujmirom mil i r.9 m j i Arm . NhTTiiw, Ta, Z,a,on tr. 0T Torka boo a t,r. BOARD'S PATENT LOCKTIE FOR COTTON BALES. 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