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NATURHAY, rr.imiJAUY U, 1X07.
l.arst flrculatlon in City and State
N1DWS OF TIIK DAY.
Twals-a ijwVie f won feH in OfeWse TuefcWiy
night.
rmL f the Bvetiw f the Crty of Mex-
Iw l.y Ifee Bfawb. rl it pviHhi ly the
'I.tLauual rmv
The Xew Orleans !"!" " vary WUeronthe
wahwity refrfirt of tin f-Ul committee tom-
veMwaio the riot 'in'
artorWe it M a partisan demnt.
KrUfw WaWt rfate that Genera
Wt reaefiUy M, If 8W military UiU
j rTtrae Radical maawres were adopt
ed for' the xwMMiwt of the Sath. that lie
j,U t ,. order a draft of a.(KW men. ie
enuse he should deem swli a force absolutely
i ii 1 1 1
Ti,,l,rJr. nrevailad as an epidemic in Sr.
LouW frem .TrfyKth it Kw. Hh ISM. The
whole m!er of death from e&oiera. at
tr.t.tad. were M27 ; hy disease resallir from
ehfrlera.WJ: imWwc a tM o-f 4155. There was
atee a (creet mortality aowt the infants of St.
- 1 oV. last year. Beaidea 374 still horn, there
were 3!iW deaths of children awler fire year" o
The PenaeylvaHia papers are agitatin- the
... r j;tuti.inl convention. The
JLt n.titntion. they assort, is not sufficient
ir.rU.tlre of leeislatjre abuse. Corruption
and dtamard of te interests of the people are
M.,uiBa.l of. In the new cotimiuuiui. w
.-UUtb a nrovinion thot the ayM and nayi
rtMtll he taken and recorded on the final inuewte
or any hill, and that h two-third vote shall be
ir. ITrct to anr bill aiinropriatinK
fr..t the Treawry. The Legiflaturc of
i nwri to be a sadly demoralized
o.ly. but whether this i due to vices in the
eeiMilution of the State or in the constitutions
of the member, is not cleany merniini.
The rewrt made to the House by the Post
O cmora! sbowa that duriiiR the list Con
ri.niil vacation. (WVerlne the month of Au
HMt. Septemliw. Oo4oVr and November, he
... IftH nwAtvdls of wstw, ei WtftCIl
1)X were for ivalUical reaaons. Tlie recapitula
lien byUteshvrtit in Ohio 1Z7 remwaU
were made, being lor !ritMi reasons; i
UlinoU 198 removak, 160 being for iolHical
reasoM; in Indiana 148 removal. 1 forpelUi
cal realms ; In Mkhwan 171 removaK VA for
political reni; in Wiaconsin S removals, S3
Tsr inditical reaaons ; in Iowa fit removals (3 for
inditiool reaW! ; in Mmneeta 16 removals, 10
Ter iHtlitical reasons : in fteforawsa ii reaiovais,
14 fer oHHeal reasons : in Kanaas 6 removals,
Sfnriiolit'ical reasons; in Missouri. 42 removals,
42 for political reasons: in Kentucky. 20 removals
8 fur iolitical reasons; in Tennessee, 11 removals,
7 for plitical reasons, etc., etc.
Oov. Braralette has sent a inessaue to the Leg
idatare of Kentucky recoinuifriwlinr that suita
ble rewards be offered for the apprehension of
ewtkin participators in the late Lyncli-law out
raves in that .State.
The citizens of Uoyle county. Ky.. held n
jaeetlng at Danville on the 20th itwt.amlde
nsHiieed the action of the irrcsponirible parties
who sent anonymous note to citizens ol tuat
cswiity ordering them to leave and not return.
and declaring that it is the duty of all goo.1 cm
e to Hphold the law by aiding in it execii
linn.
President Roberts has called a convention of
the Fenian Hrotheihood of the State of New
York, for the 26th inst.. to meet at I'tica. Also,
nnoof the Brotherhood of Illinois, to meet at
Chicago, on the 12th of March. The Feniarfs of
Pennsylvania will hold a convention early in
April, and State conventlens of the Urotherho.wl
will noes fellow In all other State.
iJeWH. 8rrait, who dented his identitynlu
rliiir the voyage lroei Egypt to the United State".
hai already aigiiified who he is by inquiring of
the warden of thejail in oMiington about hia
sUter. sneaking ef her in tender tenn. and raid
he thought she was dead. The warden informed
ihot Via liKllered she wa. in Maryland. The
warden told him that it was his duty to keep him
life but would grant him all proper pri ilegesand
u-kedlftherowasanythinghewantett. burnt re
plied that he would l:ke to have the privilege of
making.and this was granted him. burratl seems
In excellent health, sleeps well and eats heartily,
lie speaks little, and only in regard to his per
sonal wants. He oan't see or have any inter
course with any other persons, and is very closely
watehed tiy tho guards. It is now stated that
Messrs. Bradley and Merrick ha.ro been re
taiHed as his counsel, and yesterday Mr. Brad
ley. Jr.. had nn interview of some length with
him. The sfiter. Miss Anna Surratt, was last
fall the governess in the family of CHptain B.
(Jwynne, in the lower part of Prince George
taunty. but for several weeks past has been in
Washington with some relatives.
TIIK KAIUCAI. CONVENTION.
A summary of the proceedings of this
Ixwly will be found in another column
Governor Hrownlow was renominated,
and accepted the iMtndidacy in a brief and
characteristic Bpeeeh. Tho mest notice
able feature of h'w remarks was his advo
cacy of the "loyal" compensation bill
lately defeated in the Senate, and tke ex
pression of his determination to make it
un issue before tho people, in the event
that the pre sent Legislature did not make
it a law.
Gen Thomas was recommended ha the
.choice of the Hadirals of Tennessee for
the next Presidency. A platform of reso
lutioRs was rejwrted by a commitu-p und
adapted.
The interludes to the main programme
were a quantity of motiona and resolu-:
tioHs upon various ttubjeeui, and speeches
by the choice spirits Those interested
can find further information by reading
what our reporters have given
Wk presume that the delegates to the
Kudioa! Convention were wppoHtted be
fore the "colored okimont" was made a
part of the political lody, andj therefore,
no colored man bad a right upon the
fler of the ball in that capacity ltotj
whs it not ooHrtesy to admit them lo tin;
privilege of the ball and the right to cowi
mingle und confer? That courtesy was
extended to while voter w)w had no ere.
dentin)? us delegate, but the colored
voter was coniaetl to the galleries a
Mre looker-on "a doorkeeper in the
house of Radicalism "a servant of jserj
ntMi" for oScesoekera
Traly liave the npoes of Tennee.
A barren eeepter in their gripe.
ho tec of thews mk eediftg."
Tuu author of this atrocious seech ia
the Unitod Htatei House .if Itrpreseuta
lives on Monday, is owe of that set whom
the war spawned iato the National coun
eik lie claims to have fought to pre
serve "the l"tt government the worki
ever saw' one that has power to throt
tle, at will, State BframenU, and point
nlieTbayotjet at the ItWria vf. ikt oitwem
iu order to wake thorn reto for eonstita
itonal amendments
Mr. Gariebl spake in few of the Sen
ate's amendment. He chsrsclrrised the
bill as a meassirc which laid its hand on
the throat of tl HeWo yovernme4, ami
teak the rerv breath estt of them, ami
whiah -pointed the Uyooet at Ue heart of
every Kebei in the Sosith. Itpkced in the
ImhJs of CoAgreM utterly atwl absolately
the work of reeoMMmctio. Keferring to
the assertion of in sen bees who opposed the
taiiMl thepmi'cip j
amendment, that it a
tif iin!rnril .ininnstv
said there was until line irTRi wliioll justi?
fied (the assertioii. lie advocated this bill
toobecanse it imposed duties on the Pres
ident of the United States, and he thought
thai perhaps some impeachment hunters
wop Id have a chaace of impeaching linn il
he Aid not perform these duties. At least
(bey wettld"Havea chance of findiog a now
ami plain ami definite cause for impcach-
eat, and could go forward to that work.
ASS ENORMITY.
Mr. Shernten, a Senator of Ohio, and a
Radical? "Ajllrfte party fealty is unim
peacbable, was the chairman of (he seleUft
eoininittee of the caucus of enntor
Iwlongini!; to that party, to whom w'
referred the various propositioHa relating
to reconstruction ouf1 of whteb was
hatched the measure whiith iinally passed
both IJouses of' Congress, ft is to be
presumed that be understood tho import
of the':b!llf9ii,tlwt his. intorpretatiqi,of
itd text is the true one In the final de
bate in the Senate, be made a brief
speech in reply to Mr. Sumner, of Massa
chusetts, who objected to it because it
did not provide for the disfranchisement
of " Kebels.' He said we must not seek
to put the whitemen of the South tinder
the control of their late slaves that no
community, no Legislature, no convention
demanded it he boldly announced that
no American Congress would be guilty 'of
such an enormity. We give, he said, the
negro the ballot, thefiehool, the protection
of tho law , but this nution would never
consent to put white men under his domi
nation. The majoritieo in the two Houses that
passed the bill hi' question clearly un
derstood this to be the meaning of the
kw. Somo of them, doubtless, would
have preferred the disfranchisingfeature ;
but the bill, according to Mr. Sherman,
does not contain it That Senator did
himself credit by his outspoken opposi
tion to it; but he erred when he stated
that no Legislature would favor the po
litienl domination of the " late slaves "
Over the white men of the South the
"enormity" which he declared that no
Congress would committ. The Tennessee
Legislature, in the furious passion of
" Southern loyally," and inspired by lust
of office and power, has imposed that
"enormity" upon the white men of this
State, and their wiseacres glory in the
shame of the act. No Tennessean that
deserves the name, can feel otherwise
tlmn humiliated at the disgrace brought
upon the Htato by this needless self
abastment of the supersorvieeable " loy
alists" who make her laws. What the
poor, mad fook fondly thought would be
ti feather in their cap, is declared to be
an " enormity," and rejeated as a condi
tion precedent oven for South Carolina,
by their party friends in Congros
A NOI'TIIEKN OOVF.KNOK TO Till'.
rREEDMEX.
Gov. Urr of South Carolina in compa
ny with (Jen. Scott, Freedmen's llureau
Commissioner of that State addressud a
large assembly of the colored people in
Charleston a few days since. The Gov
ernor's remarks were kindly and whole
some. He advised them to eschew politics,
find ti lalfhr to make the most of the oivil
rights which the governments, both State
and lfederul, had granted them.'. He'
frankly told them that the conferment of
the suffrage upon their class indiseriuii
natoly would net be a boon to them, or a
service to the country He also said,
that public sentiment in the South was
becoming prepared to admit them to
iialified suffrage; but that their duty
themselves was to labor and to wait He
cited the following historical illustration,
as bearing upon the attitude they held to
the question
The Revolutionary war closed in ITK.'i.
Iu 1803, some twenty-five years af'er, and
not until then, was theconRtitutionof South
Carolina altered so as to allow even all
white men to vote. Nobodyjwas allowed to
vote, not even a white man, from 1703 to
1808, unless he was the owner ot lilly acres
of land or more. Why was it that soldiers
who fought through theRevolationary war,
who aided in achieving the independence
of their country, were excluded from the
It . 1 i o I 1 ' -
oailoi-DOA r niuipiy uecaufe me wise men
of that day, the legislators themselves,
knew the importance of casting a vole for
legislators to make laws. They knew the
education of these men had been neglected,
and they waited until a new generation
grew tip and had some advantages of edu
cation before eyen the white race was per
mitted to vote.
A FENIAN PROCLAMATION.
Iudepcmlcut unit Nntlonnl Itctolvc?
of the Irish noiMiliHeaiii.
Dublin. Jan. 28, 1S67. To All to Whom
it May Concern : In the present moment-
oils crisis of Irish nationality, when in the
eyes of the world the question of Ireland's
existence or total extinction as an inde
endent nation seems trembling in the
balance, we, the representatives of the Re
publican party of Ireland, deem it our
duty to make known to all true sympa
thisers with our down-trodden race and
oppressed nationality, that we have taken
our final stand on the high vantage ground
of self-reliance ; that, taught by years of
titter experience, we no longer base
our hopes of success upon the co-operation
of our countrymen in Araorica; and that
we repudiate, once and torever, the degrad
ing doctrine that Irish liberty and Irish
rights are net to be without -assistance
from foreign and external sources. An
looser shall we be dominated by the auto
cratic dicta of a single will ; no longershall
the destinies ot our race hang upon the
strength of weakness of a single mind. Our
lost opportunities and blighted hopes pro
claim trumpctslongued that the time for
such fcilunl administration of our affairs is
past.
From a deep conviction of this truth we,
the republican representatives of Ireland,
fonned, on the 17th inst., a Directory, with
supreme control of the organisation. On
the 24lh inst. we became aware of the ac
tion of our countrymen in America in the
deposition of Mr. Stephen and the election
of General Gleeton to the vacant bead cen
lersbip. While viewing thene matters with
indifference and as entirely unconnected
with orclves, we still trust that we retain
the sympathy of our expatriated country
men, wherever they are to he found. But
mK to them alooe do we appeal for sympa
thy ; when mr rtntggle for irnUj pendente
shall be imugtirated the world shall behold
the champions of liberty of every nation
ality rallying ronnd our banner of rig hts.
Then, and not till then, shall the soldier
and the patriot be reeogniied lor his Ime
worth, and the self-su&eient fool and in
trigBiRC coward forced to wallow iu the
mire of his own infamy.
Erelong shall the world behold the sjhv
tacle of a nation uprising in its might,
strong in its self-confidence and conscious
right, to win its way to its legitimate place
rttofvg the peoples of the earth, or set mid
a hftlo of blood and glory which shall serve
a lone Mar of liberty to future age and
'eceUnc: gutters tieW
RemonberiBg always that fortune favor
the brave and enterprtiug; however ad
verse she way appear ftw atime, we resolve
to comwit ourselves to energetic and inde
pendent action, as the only course now le
Mtting brave and Itaaorable men, sedu
lously esahewing for the Mre all unne
oassary exposHre of oar pbiM by wb)ic
dlMshtya of our patrioibwtt.
SK beinf the sentimenta which actuate
nt, we shall enter fearlessly npon the course
we have marked ot an ny God defend
the right.
p liAnicxi mat. ami i
I
I1TEST ITE-BEG;
XI1W YOIIK IHSPATCIIES.
, . .. . .
Mexlcau Ne-T!. City l.vaei.ate.1
ami Marshal Inn I.eclare.l-Kei.ori
ol Special Committee on South Cnro
una Aiinirs-niiK.iH m. nr.. .
New YoitK, Feb. 22 Mexico City
cerresiwndeht
the capital bv
fit says : Oil the eVacuation-of"
by the French, Marquezc de-
lal law. The I nited Slates
clared martial
Consul inquired of him if some of the
Jt.t - .it. i irt... - i fi
provisions oiaia jjrociaiuauuii,vmun were
aivedmo a
Dm-
mittee will'visit Surratt in jail and take 1 mntic appropriatien bill and the Sen
siich testimony as he will give .regarding ' ate amendment, making appropriation for
the complicity of Jeflerson Davift with the Portugal, the motion, was nonconcured in,
assassination, ai ue gives any . itiuuuiiv
it will be voluntary, as; Jhay cannotjforre
him to testify, burratl's counsel iiave aU-
vised hiin to give no testimony on that or
any othersubject. . r , '
ine nays ana xvieans cornmuiee nave
n 1 A t rvr lmnrlvAil nnrl rrtfnntp nttlOll1.
made two hundred and seventy amend-
ments to the fori
infl bill, all flf which will'
have to be considered in both houses.
None of the appropriation bills for 18CS,
are yet completed.
The Tribune's special says, those who
think the imneaolimenU matter will die in
ceramitte, will be startled when the com-
mittee jeports. . t a
'the restoration of plantations, seized as,
abandoned property to pardoned Rebels,
by President Johnson, at a time when the
crops belonged to the lessees, ignoring
cpntracts and inrlictinggre.it 1 owes upon
Union men.
The special committee, appointed to in
vestigate the matter of discharge of four
citizens of South Carolina, after conviction
of the murder of three Uniori soldiers,
have found that the conviction was a just
One, and condemn their discharge after
conviction. The President commuted the
sentence, which was that they should be
hanged, to imprisonment at the Dry Tortu
gas; they were transferred to Fort Dela
ware, then released on a writ of habeas cor
pun and then set at liberty.
Gen. Grant left for the "West last night,
to be absent two weeks.
The 4thTJnited States colored troops will
start for South Carolina next Saturday.
They arc to do duty in that department.
Advices from Rio Janeiro state that a
large number of Americans who .lately
emigrated there are forced to beg their
living, as they can get no employment.
'The Herald's "special says that the bank
rupt bill is now in thehands of a committee
of conference, appointed to day, and t we
shall probably hear nothing more 'ffdnVil
mini iiiu.
ren'm Wimhliifrtou.
W asiiinotos;, Feb. 1 22. Tn the House
Mr. Stevens'" reported" back the bill" with
amendments to the Senate's amendments to
the civil appropriation bill. The House
considered them all.
The Senate amendments striking out the
appropriation, for the daily and Congres
sional Globe, were, on recommendation,
ofthe committee on appropriation", non
concurred in.
the Senate amendment appropriating
5-10,00U to facilitate telegraphic communi
cation between the Atlantic and Pacific
States was- concurred, in; Thy mother
amendments were unimportant.
Mr. Stevens also reported back to the
N'nale the amendments to the military
academy bil. The Senate amendment
striking out the provision that no money
shall be expended in violation of the test
oath, and no cadets be admitted from the
Jtebel States, was non-concurred in; also,
the amendment relieving the chaplain
from academic duties, and directions to
hold daily services in the chapel. Hie
other amendments were concurred in.
Troin Cnnnila.
Tokosto, C. W., Feb. 22 The Globe's
special cable dispatch announces that the
name of the Confederated Provinces is to
be Canada; Upper Canada will be called
Ontario, and Lower Canada, Quebec.
The other provinces retain their present
names.
The control of the fisheries is to be trans
ferred from the local to the general" gov
eminent.
Murtlcrin .Second llpgrpo.
Indian Aroi.is, Feb. 22 The trial of
Howard Stretcher for the murder of Stew
art at President Johnson's reception in
September last, was concluded last night.
The jury returned the verdict to-day of
murder in the second degree, and sentenced
to imprisonment in the penitentiary for
two years.
CONdlKKSSTONAL PROCEEDINGS
Senate.
Wasiunuton, Feb. 22. The chair sub
mitted the resolutions from the Rhode
Island Legislature ratifying the constitu
tional amendment.
On motion of Mr. Howard the Commit
tee on the Pacific Railroad was discharged
from the further consideration of the reso
lutions of the Kansas Legislature, asking
aid for the southern branch of the Union
Pacific Railroad.
Mr. Howard presented resolutions from
the Wisconsin Legislature certifying to the
ratification, by that body, of the fourteenth
amendment to the constitution.
Mr. Chandler, from the Committee on
Commerce, reported back the House bill
for repairs, preservation and completion of
pnblic works, with the amendments; promi
nent among which is one striking out the
appropriation of $100,000 for the improve
ment of the Dcs Moinos rapids of the Mis
sissippi river, and another striking out the
appropriation of $"5,O0Q for the improve
ment of the harbor at Michigan City.
Mr. McDougall presenten the credentials
of Senator Cole of California forsix years
from the 4th of March ; -ordered to be
filed.
Mr. Pomeroy called for the joint resolu
tion to extend to the State of Tennessee all
the benefits ofthe act donating public lands
for the purpose of erecting agricultural
colleges.
A proviso was adopted in the House to
prohibit any person who ever held office
under the Rebel government from holding
a professorship in these colleges, which wa"
stricken out and the bill passed.
The bill in relation to Indian Bureau-was
taken up. Messrs. Doolittle and others
opposed the House amendment which was
disagreed to, and a Committee on Confer
ence ordered.
The Senate also agreed with the Com
mittee on Conference on the Legislature
appropriation bill. A similar coarse was
taken on the Military Academy and Dip
lomatic appropriation bills.
The bill passed directing the Postmaster
t leneral to advertise for proposals for a
steamer, to run monthly between San Fran
cisco and ITonoluln, the cost not to erceed
$100,000 per annum.
Mr. Sumner's joint resolution .supple
mentary to that tor the representation of
the United States at the Paris Exposition
considered and passed. It appropriates
593,000 in addition to S15.000 previously
appropriated. The Senate then adjourned.
House.
Mr. Stevens, from the Committee on
Appropriations, reported back with amend
ment the Senate amendment to the civil
appropriation bill, and the Hooe pro
ceeded lo consider them all. The Senate
amendments striking out the appropria
tions for the Daily and t'onfressional
Globes were, on the recommendation of the
committee, non-concurred in. The A-nate
amendment making an appropriation ot
$40,000, to facilitate telegraphic commu
nication between the Atlantic and Pacific,
was concurred in. Other amendments,
tour in number, were unimportant.
Mr. Allison, from the Committee of Con
ference on the bill to sospesd temporarily
the collection of direct taxes in Western
Virginia, made a report, which was screed
to by the House.
Mr. Stevens, from -the Committee on
Appropriations, reported back the Senate
amendments totlie Military Aaaacmy bill.
Senate amendment rtrikintfont the proviso
that no money should be extended in
violation of the test oath$ ami ao pades
sliould be admitted from Rebel 9tatejg,-was
non-eonoMrred in. -Oilier amendments,
unimportant, were eoncwrml iH.
Mr. Stevens, from the same committee,
reported the Senate amendment, that after
I thejftofge
1 TflS if
otn growjjin the bn
Thpamendment relieving fire insurance
' companies from 1 per cent, tax on gross
for on(; VMr Jel)ae( and lost.
; a large number of articles were added to
i jj
-Mr Corintr "rose to a motion iti suspend
the rules and close the delate, which was
-t. A-rHBtiorf was' adopteimliaf debate
on tle pending section lie closed in one
minuto. .-" . . i
The Houst again took up the' tax bill.
An amendment ofiered.to increase the tax
tras lost, and consequently itremaius 5
or cent, on ,t4as of $1000. ,
1 The anipmlrHenta to rnnRnlir5 nml ilinln-
alH) iixe Ml6r araenUments concurred in.
I jr. Leblond moved to reconsider the
vote by which the Senate amendment in
regara t0 portngal, was nonconcured,
The motion to reconsider, was laid on the
table.
' fPt
1 The House considered the-Senate bill for
f the relief of contractors for building iron
clads in the navy. A substitute snb-
. mitted by ilr. Sloan was agreed-to, and the
hill nasaed.
The Committee on Wavs and Means was
rennpstpd tn cr.-imin into tho pinwliencv
of bringing in a bill to establish a national
school of science.
I lie House then went into a committee
of whole on the tax bill
St. I.ouls Hoard of Trade.
St. Lours. Feb. 22. A committee on
behalf of the St. Louis Board o'f Trade, con
sisting of Jas. hast man and Geo. Hortndge,
liave issued an address to Congrsss on the
subject of relief to the South. After setting
forth the condition of Southern planters
aim ineiiisiress oi uie people generally, in
consequence of the failnre of the cotton
and corn crops, and the importance to the
nation or a good cotton crop, the com
ruittee urge Congress to make Sin appro
priation of fifty or one hundred million of
dollars, and limited as to the amount only
by the necessities and wants of the suffer
ing districts for the purpose of supplying
with provisions all who are engaged m pro
duciog cotton, and who are unable to pro'
cure provision in any other way, the cost
of the supplies so furnished to be a lien
on the crops, and to be paid for out
of the first proceeds of the sale of cotton,
the provisions lo be purchased by thecom
miRffarydepartraent ol tlie- army and dis
tributed through the freedmen's bureau, or
officers of the army ; the advance thus made
to be collected through the agents of the
government for collecting the revenue tax
on cotton, with proper checks and ballances,
such "as can readily be established between
the ar and Treasury Departments.
system can be put in operation to continue
lor one season which will anord perfect se
curity to the government, and which will
give the desired relief. The committeesay
this plan will not only relieve the govern
ment of the threatened necessity of feeding
the destitute as an act ol charity, bin will
fully employ the labor m the country to
prevent a famine in the land.
fokeiux xrm
It- the Cable.
Vienna, Feb. 22. -Baron Von Beust,
Minister of State of the Austrian empire,
says Austria is in lavor ot the evacuation
of Servia by the Turkish forces so far as
the Cretans are concerned. The Baron
says it is the policy of the government to
avoid the question entirely.
Berlin, Feb. 22. Count Yon Birmark
m much better, and it imow thought that
he will recover.
London, Feb. 22.- -It is proposed to put
the Greek loan on the market.
Berlin, Feb. 22.--Intelligence has been
received lroin Viena that serious apprhen
sions are entertained thero of tlie rising of
the peasants. Large numbers of them are
being arrested by the government authori
ties.
W'niiliiiu Items.
Washington, Feb. 22. The George
town municipal electicn takes place on
Monday next, and in consequence of a
number ol uewly enfranchised colored
cilizens, will for the first time exercise the
right to vote, the chief police is taking
proper measures for maintaining order.
Miss Anna Surratt visited the jail last
evening, and had an interview her brother.
The most earenest supporters of the re
construction bill have ascertained that the
President will veto to the bill on Monday
or Tuesday, thus affording an opportu.
nity for Congress to take action upon the
measure.
ff. D. SHAPARD, Prut. W. II. SHAPAM, Jr.. Cssh.
MERCHANTS' BANK,
NO. ad UNION STREET,
NASnVILLE, Tenn.,
pECEIVKS DEPOSITS. DRAI.S IN
ooi.n,
Nii.vr.n.
EXCIIANUK,
GOVERNMENT SECURITIES, ETC
Collections Mniloon Fnvornlile Terms.
an"2 -3m gp.
TPAINTS! $PAIiTS!
SIX TONS,
N STOKE AND OFFERING LOW. AT
Ki.ixr. a- siir.imAX's.
" Pure Alabaster" White Lead,
For whitene? nnd 'fineness unsurpassed. The
"RIVEItDALE" Brand wo are offering very
low. isoiu tlie above brands put up in neat tin
uucKeis.
3000 pound Orotnii! Color.
ln I nt Rruvlich, Etc., Etc.
For sale nt
KI.I.VE V .SHERMAN'S,
.Masonic Building-,
febaO-Sm-sp No. 61 Church at-
867. LUMBER. 1867.
STARTSMAN & WRIGHT
CEDAR STREET,
vBelow NVi- N. W. Railroad Trestle.)
FFER FOR SALE. AT THE LOWEST
W market rates, ror Lati. a general a"on
ment of
R IT I L I I X U J. v n n E R.
Pine. Cojilnr and Unit HciuiiliiiK, nnd
Joist.
One, lYi nnd 2 lcli Tclloiv Pine nnd
Poplar, "Masoned.
White Oak and Hickory.
Cetlnr risnk and Sqnnrc I'osls.
WJilte and Rlnek "Walnut. ,
rioorln? cf all kinds.
Rrlrtjrp Timber cut tr erdw Mil eon
rs hand.
1I.SO. 10OO Cords or Wood.
lablmiy
m. S. POTTS,
DRUGS AND MEDICINES,
Flue Wines unit Liquors Tor Medi
cinal I'se, PninlN. (MK Vur
ntsties. Dj estiilTH, IVrl uioerj ,
Soap and Tollel Arllcles.
Patent Medicines, Stationery,
Xti lk Fat Bm4i f Ofrs d Uirw.
Ilsenii'H New niilldlnsr, 41 "elnr Nl
NASIIVILLB. THNN.
EiiRlnc and Roller lor Mule
,4 OD fEATilONARY EN0INE AND
A. TwiwUir Siftw fr at moderate prwo;
hoik ia 4r'(-ra4 order. They are of MSBeieat
mkw to drive a Cm be o. and twjcj
rard. on AMiMlioi at this ofiet. dceS-t
U - 1 , .
3f
FEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
- o 3 , ,
A IIELPJII aTIIKATm:.
CHERRY
ST..
1Y (Eate 01dKa8hvillo 'IhefltroiT Sam. IV
hiraons, liusines Manager and Treasurer; i. L.
Keller, Stage Manager.
Snlurilaj' KveniiiKT, Fobrnary S3,
Positively lat nisht ef JIiss DORA SHAW.
TThcn she wUl aiipear as Jlfi.i.iSA. in Toliin's
comedy of thellOXKY MOON, or Rule a Wife
and have a Wife, and a K atr O'Rrien, in the
MAID OF MUNSTHK. Monday evening, first
appearance of the Queen of Comedy, Miss
Laura Kccne, for sis nights only. feblS-lt
Sirayert or Stolon,
IROM THE SLAUGHTER HOUSE OF C.
? Powers, on Charlotte Pike, opposite tho
Penitentiary, on the night of the 21st in.t.. one
large COW. with one norn off: one three-yanr
old STEER, red spotted, and one yellow COW.
A reward of S20 00 will be paid for their
return or any information that will lead to their
recovery. C. POWERS. Stall No. lr
febSMtf Market House.
A. & . EANNIE,
NO. 24 BROAD STREET,
Between Market and College streets.
fUIOLENALi: RAKEHS AXI) VOX-
FECTIOSfEKS. Manufacturers of all
kinds of Candies, Crackers. Cakes and Bread,
Dealers in all kinds of Irruits, Nuts, Raisins and
Sardines, Oysters, Canned Fruits, Pickles, Toys,
Notions, etc., etc.
Tho attention ofthe city and country mer
chants respeettully solicited.
WM. KEEGAN, Salesman.
A. t W. KAXXIE.
fabZS-ly
UKFAT SALE OP PUBLIC
PROPERTY.
Ofpige Assistant Qr rtkruastkr, I
rABHvn.i.K, Tenn., t eb. 2Sd. iser-J
WILL OFFER FOR SALE AT PUBLIC
Auction, commencinr on MONDAY, tho
I
mnuay oi iuaren, iso7, at the JNorthwestern
Grain Sheds in thi city, n large assortment of
Quartermasters' Stores, embracing upwards of
axX) items, consisting in part of
One Hand Fire Engine, Hose and Reels; 1 set
of Tinner'a Tools and Machines, complete; 13
Army Wagons; 9 Transfer Wagons; Mwo horse
Wagons ; 1 Spring Wagon ; Wood nnd Lumber
JVugons: a Ambulances: 66 Water Buckets:
Z73 Pipe Boxes ; 600 Blind Bridles; 300 Riding
Bridles; 300 Saddle Blankets; 49f King Bolts;
TOOMule nnd Jlorse Collars ; 11S4 Breot Chain-" ;
72y Stretcher Chains; 830 sets Mulo Harness;
90S seta Horse Harness; 019 Head Halters; 2iry
Window Sash; 343 boxes Olasf. 8x10; 11 Anvils ;
70 Buttresses r38 Blacksmith Bellows : 70 Black
smith Vises; 37: Horso Rasps; 91 Horse Hides ;
2300 pound" Sole Leather; ICS bales Oakum;
1200 Wagon Hounds; 10,000 pound Cast scrap
Iron; 6500 pounds Wrought scrap Iron; GS60
pounds Gas Pipe: 5000 feet Gas Pipe; 1114 lbs.
Bridle Leather, 2112 lbs. Hames Leather: 4SI
Augers, assorted; 31( sets Brace Bitts; 130 Hand
Brae aj; 878 Axes and Handles; 89 Iron Axles;
1400 feet Leather and Gum Belting; 120 Tin
1 Hav
10 Army scales: 4 Counter Scales; I Spring
Scale; 1 Apothecary Scale; IS Warehouse
Trucks; 72 gross Buckles; 1'U gross Ring3 : 20.000
Carriage Bolts. Ambulance Boxes; Halter,
Stay and Lock Chains; Lines, Martingales, Tar
Pots, Jockey Sticks, Riding and Wagon Saddles,
Wood en Stirrups, Double and Singletrees: Horso
Medicines of all kinds; Veterinary Instru
ments; Sledge, Hand, Pointing, Riveting, Fac
ing and Jarriers.' Hammers; Parallel Visos.
Stocks and Dies, Tongs. Punches, Paints of all
colors. Horse and Mule Shoes, Horso Shoe Nails,
Twine, Wire, Washers, Zinck, Adzes, Broad
Se, Awls, Plane and Gimlet Bits, Steel Squares,
011 Stones; Hand,. Rip, Tennon, Felloe and
Compass Saws ; Slicks, Bench Scrows, Mrnkey
Wrenches, Spoke Shaves. Mallets, Tackle
Blocks, Brushes of all kind.-. Brass" Couplings,
Steel Drills, Hay and Manure Forks, Bastard
Ifiles. Handcuffs, Handles of all kinds. Coffee
and Corn Mills, Washing Machines and Wring
ars, Stove Pipes, Picks, Pauline, Paint Mills,
Tinware of all kinds. Cauldrons, Pulleys, Stoves
of all kinds ; Halter, Door and Eye Bolts: Curb
lilts. Enamelled Ulotns, bheet topper. Wagon
Timbers of all kinds, etc.. etc., etc,
Sale to commence at 10 o'clock a. u.. and con
tinue daily, commencing at the same hour each
day, until tho property is disposed ol.
' Terms Cash, in Government funds.
A deposit will bo required from all purchaser?
on the day of sale. There will be no deviation
from this rule. E. II. KIltK,
i Assistant Quartermaster U. S. A
feb23-tillmarll
DISSOLUTION,
(IMIK COPARTNERSHIP HERETOFORH
LL existing under the name nnd style of
Albert A Horn is tiereby dissolved by mutual
consent. ' ' !
1 BEN.I. BORK, having purchased the entire
interest of the firm, is hereby authorized to
recilfB all inonie- for iwciiuntsdue the firm.
" PR. ALBERT.
BEX J. BORK
N j"ln die, I' t'bru.iry. IStlT.
MK. IIE.N J. IIOKU, having purchased niy
entire interest in the CLOTHING HOUSE.
NO. 11 MARKET STREET, (new nuuilisr.)
It afford- me great pleasure, in retiring from the
business, to recommend Mr. ifork to all our old
customers and tno public in general, and nope
thoy will continue their patronage, so liberally
extended to tno old nrm.
feb22-lw P. R. ALBERT.
LARGE STOCK
Choice- Selected doner. Climli,
Shrubbery mid Evergreen.
THOMAS (UKTLAN'l), (JARDEXEK,
BKOAD STEEET,
West of Cumberland Ho-pital,
IT AS ON HAND THE CHOICEST AND
XX most extensive stock ot .Native and Ira-
orted b lowers, hhruuberr, Desfdudus and
Evergreen Trees. .Roses. Vine3. Greenhouse and
Bedding Plants about Nashville, whieh'will be
sold at lowest casn prices.. .'Itiose in want ot
such are solicited to examine the 'stock ut the
d 1 1 A., n r.
waruen. ieiuz-.m
, T-.
w
E ARE IN RECEIPT OF
Term Cottii Chluitioy Toiw,"
" Flower INitj" and " Vases,"
To which we invite nttcntion.
WM. STOCKELL & SON.
feb22-2w No. 83 Broad rtreejj
NOTICE.
1 .ROM THLSDATE AND UNTIL FI RTHER
J? notice. I will sell common stick Candy at
ia) per 100 lbs.; iine fancy Uandies. lroin '
to 3.r cents: Butter Craakers. by tho barrel, at
10c per pound ; Soda Crackers, by tho barrel or
box. at lOJc per pound: Pic-Mic Crackers, by
the barrel, at 10!4c per pound : Pilot Bread, by
the barrel, at SKc per pound. I have also in
preoess of completion an arrangement for mak
ing STEAM BREAD, which will be ready for
delivery in a few days, and would respectfully
ask for it a tria'. My Wagons will deliver it
daily to consumer0. Orders prompfly attended
to. Terms cosh. ROBERT THO.M PSON,
No. 35 South Market street, Nashville.
HOllERT THOMPSON, Wholesale Dealer
in Staple and Fancy Urocenes and irineliiq
unrn., Steam Bread and Crackers. Baker and
Candy Manufacturer, No. V South Market
street, Nashville. Tenn. feb22-lm
NOTICE OF lISSOI.UTIO?r.
rpHE PARTNERSHIP HEPJUQFORB rfT-
x lstmg netween tne unuersigneur umlw tne
name gf JOHN MORROW Sz SON. has been
dissolved by mutual consent, m. 11. Mirrw
retinntr.
The business will hereafter be conduct! Uf
John Morrow, under the former firm name, and
he will collect all debts due the firm, and
assume all liabilities. Said dissolution to date
from February 1, laTT.
JOHN MORROW.
WM. II. MORROW.
Nashville, Feb. 1H, la7. feb22-lW
A NEWLY INVENTED
ILLUMINATOR.
KEEIi A PRICE'S
tti MfiN.KXPI.OSIVE: GIVES A 3RAr-
I i ; r,. I anit rrr annerior lisbt : burBi witMut
smoke or smell; may be ul in lampi. eltVer
with or witnont cnimner ; mn Btipam-
tusiniu maaufaetHre; aBd cosu aearlr one
hlf less per gallon than Coal Oil.
Comity nml Slnle Rlbli ror Nnle,
br C. IIOPKIXN.
GeReral Afttt,
T4 Ea-t Mrk trt. LouisriHe, K y.
For a few dar at the 3t t'hrle Hotel. " Mar
ket street. NMbrilltsTeBft. ' '
let22-a ,
The Nashville City Direolory.
K
riVfi'S VASITVII.I.i: PITY 1HRKC-
tary for 1SC7 is now m tti ban. is oi tne
nrinter nml trill lie raaidy fwdln w-v about the
i.Sth of Alareh". AtcrtWaPHHlindl in 4ott
.March KHh will fee in tiia Jhc MMrUoa. J. W.
Carter is aathenied to r a4Trtiat
and i Wriptiti. WrtfcV 1 w
FOR RENT.
mill-- milLDIXU KX
BUILDIStJ K-yQMTf
Ai THE
i Drewery. m Nfrth SsMlfWlf, Q JtSnno
Ue4. wh a lariw It jjodat)W.
j amies wnun rjRTtt. Or.
F. R. CHEATHAM,
d27-tf No. ST Aortb Otwry Mreet.
IN
SB
ROOMS,
y. manbe
streeta fejjr doigg :
Wv. ARE .VOW RECEIVING OXF.
if the hirKe.it and best assorted Spring Stocks
r
IWALL ' PAPER
WINDOW SHADES
jEver brought to this city, and are offering
l Trent inducements to purenasers.
.11 R. Iu M. ClORBV. the oldest and
imcst accomplished Decorator in Nashville.
lis foreman over our Paper Hanging and Deco-
Irnting Uepartment, and we In every instaoci
linsnre satisfaction. Call nnd examine on
l-itock before purchasing.
JOII.V W. HILL & CO.,
(Successors to Merritt i 11111.)
TO CHURCH STREET, (new number.
Opposite Maxwell House.
febl43m sp
New Nashville Theatre,
SUMMER STREET,
(Corner of Union.)
The Wonder or the World.
Week Only.
Tor One
R FISLY PAMI T Y ,
From Paris, who will appear as above on
Monday, February 25, 1867,
In their wonderful and startling performances.
For particulars, see small bills.
Box Office open on SATURDAY. February
23, lor the sale of reserved seats. Dress Circle
and Parquette, 61 00: Gallery .ft' cents: Private
Boxes. $4 00. P. E. HOPKINS.
feb-1 Business Manager.
It. L. WKAKLKY.
T. J. VAKBROUOII.
WEAKLEY & YARBR0UGH,
Wliolesale Grocers
AND
Commission Merchants,
NO. 6 NORTH COLLEGE ST.,
NASHVILLE TENN.
5- CONSTANTLY ON HAND THE BEST
qualities of Flour, Coffee and Sugar, which will
be sold at lowest cash prices. Also, fino brands
of Liauors.
febll-'Jin
HENDERSON BROS.,
I.I CVS CD
PRACTICAL PLUMBERS,
gas And steam fitters,
(Old Na.Uopssiie Onlojlnade Building.
,4
A'A.sJIlVI 1.1,12 nfsfi;
.'I'KX.V.
EtnlliHhel Iii 15,
117 RAKE PREPAUED TO DO W0HK IN
YV our line in a prompt and first-claw
PFiUMKEHS' MATERIATi
On hand and for snle.
SIIEF.T LEAD,
I.EAI PIPE,
PIO I.EAIl,
FORCE PUJIPN,
OISTEHN PUMPM,
I1EEP WEI.I. PII.UP.S,
AI.E I'CJIPS,
ARTESlAf Pll.1I I'M.
HATII3. WASHSTANDS,
WATER-CLOSETS,
BLOCK-TIN awl HYDRANTS,
BKER COCKS,
SHAMP00NING C0CK8.
BASIN COCKS. HOSE.
HOfWATER U0ILKHS.
NOZZLES. COUPLINGS. ETC.
GAS FITTING.
Public and Private Buildings. Store Ileuses.
et., fitted tin in tho moat Improved style, and
on reasonable terms. Chandeliers. Hall Ltzhti.
Pillar Lights. Drop Lights, Portable Stands'
with ;IIoe, Pendants, Brackets, Glass GIsbes,
Smoke Belli, Patent and Plain Shade. Cigar
Lignters, etc.
IR th PIPE,
For Ga?, Water and Ream, fmm nn eighth inch
up to two inene
ridings for Ihe Above.
itji, l,un)vr,ijrmt, Plaw, Uurti, Ke-
STEAM PITTING.
.Iteiiaiboat. Vactorv. Hutal ami Stattnn.in-
Enitine work done. SIabi fiauiM. .Steam
n bistles. Mtanra Trar. Ulotw Valves, all sices :
Gaae Cocks. Oil dr. Air CsKlu, Cylinder
uocm. etc.. etc.
reb21-3rn
J. a. usetw.
HEREIFOED, EEEYES & CO.,
Wholesale Grocers,
FORWARDING
COMMISSION MERCHANTS
No. 7,1 Puhlle Sijimre,
NASHVILLE TPfV
HA1?. RHMOVKD OVKflTOCK FROM
U. in lJroftJ tlfet to N. 7t I'uhl u I
. . 1 . . . . . ' 1
Idrintr the (rant nf car old t.trs and an new
It&K P OB BAIki abd IMMAUcuII, Lb Urn
u MM of Oroeeriea. Lujaors. and vo thing
to b foand in our line of hasiaws. PartlAnlar
Biienimn fM tn r-nrtTinff. birriBad seMta;
Election Notice.
Oepirr NanwiiiLE Oaa Lfewr Oo., I
Feiraarj 8. 117.
'pHK OTOCKH0LDBRS OF THE NAflll
1 rmtfflaa LUSt CHipaBT are hereby notified
that the AbruaI Most ten M DlreeMrs wBl tW
HL"i Ur OSrre on the Tlti DAY OF
MARCH. ISA7. I
JAS. H. KBNDRICK. Sc'y
fcat-id (CUr raprs eer.J
rfiW0 NICK ROOMS, WITH BOARD. IN A
-LJsmall family, martbe had by applying atjNo.
3t Summer Street, a few dotfre Soutfi'or Church.
SAM
0ITYfSHE STORE
BOOTS AND SHOES.
ivo, m 'iu iu'si street,
KASIIVILI.K. TK..VX
anl3-Snr
X A 8HTI I-1 E
AGRICULTURAL WORKS,
NASHVILLE,
TFNKVSSF
HYATT, RRIGGS & I.IOORE,
MAXUF.1CTCRKRS OP ALL IINP3 OP
Agricultural Implements.
The Dixie Corn nml Cotton Plow.
4 GREAT AND ACKNOWLEDGED IM-
li. rrovement on any cast Plow ever before
offer
ed to
Southern Planters unrivalled in
eantoity, lightness, durability and oheapnew.
by any east flow in tne worm. Also.
WROUGHT-IKON nml STEEL PLOWS,
CORN-SHELLERS.
HORSE-POWERS.
STRAW-CUTTERS.
Hollow-Ware of all descriptions, snrh as Ket
tles, Pots. Ovens. Skillets, etc. All kinds ef
CEDAR WARE, manufactured by the most
improved machinery Brass and Iron-bound
Buckets. Pails. Tubs. Churns. Water Cans.
Tanks, and Cedar Chests of all sizes.
1 1 ! .1 I . . , . . . .
iiaviue me laiesi improved .uaenmery, ana
unequalled facilities, we are enabled to furnish
everything in our line at lower rates than any
manufacturers in Northern, Eastern or Western
cities. Kvery article warranted.
HYATT, IlKIUn.S it- MOORE.
j anil -8m
CHANCERY SALE
OF
$iiO,000 of Notes anil otlier Assets.
Mr. Lucy A. Eastman et als. v. J. O.
Unffith et all.
TN PUSl'ANCE OF A DECREE OP THR
Chancery Court at Nashville in the above
cause, I will sell to the highart bidder, ut the
unurt House uoor in iNasnviile, at vi a cIock, on
Tuostlny, IVIirnnry !JO, ISflT,
ill t. ..nll.tn,l TATPQ Jr'ntTVTil DB
.111 .11 u 1 1 . ."in.iv.. ...v',.i.vj.,..ai, Al
CEIPTS AND JUDQAIENTS beloniiaglo the
firm of J. O. Griffith S- Co., embracing all the
uncollected assets ot the Union and American
printing establishment prior to JSo vera tier M.
3?A, subject to nlltherigBtsand equities attaah
inz thereto, and without recourse to be hul unon
said firm, or parties in interest under them, in
any manner whatever.
Persons desiring information as to these asset,
will please call on the members of asiJ firm at
tho Union and Dispatch office.
TBR&IS Under 3100. Cash : over that amount.
credit six months, the purchaser giving notes
with approved security.
MORTON B. H0WBLL.
Clerk and Master.
feb!6-td
KEEP INSURED
NASHVILLE
COMMERCIAL INSURANCE CO.
Olflci In
lite Ilallilliiz
of tlie Unl
of
the lluii
on.
wis. ii. a i . I., paid ii
'piIIS qOMPANV, ESTABLIflUKD IK
1 frisiirei Bulldlngi, Vessels, In port. Mer
ISM
return.
di, Household Furnltnre, and other property, on
ma meat liberal terns, t ire. Marine, ana IiiIhb I
riiks taken at lowest rates.
"wrLwH liberally mljHH.1 anJ promptlTpiMtT
this Cnrupany.
DIKKOTORS:
U. C. ilrN'Aiur, Jamhi Wiwim,
J no. Kir.aji.vK, ,U. Bukrs,
C. E. HittMiT, jk'o H. fxs,
V. H. KvaFU, ltein:RT TiiAmfskx,
llLiill U'CXCA, .l.trt. P. KlHKMAN
8 N. Mao ,
It. f MrNAIltV, IThsI I. iiI
K. I). HICKS, Secretary. nefrt U9
EOWLAND. SPERRY & CO
Cotton Factors,
CIO AIM ISS I O T fll K R CII A . TS
WHOLESALE GROCERS,
Afntfor I ti' Priiiikllii t'arlory.
NO. 46 WEST SECOND STREET
CINrilVXATI. .OHIO.
QONSIONMENTS OF
COTTOV,
TOBACFO,
IlKIF.n FRUIT, Etr.,
Solicited, and liberal "Cash" adraneesj made on
me same.
ROWUXn, .SPERRY A CO.
"nov2S-3m
KIVIOKEItBOOKEU
LIFEINSURANCE COMPANY
or
Y O 11, IC .
IX' 1C XV
OIHce Over ArinuiM lOxpre.HH,
CHURCH STREET.
FREI.:W. NI'AltMXO,
Ian22-lra
Genernl Asetif.
ISEIVRY J. DUDLEY,
Architect.
UPKCIFICATIOSSAND WORKINll DRAW
O INGS, made with or without saperintendanro
umte, at toe
: the Maxwell Hotife.
RirERSJSWM.
John Ovmtok,
W. D. Fm.tox.
vl"-tf
.1. .1. MrCANJ.
K II.HA3T.
it. w. Joyce.
STaFrOSB, 2MB.
JOYCE & STAFFORD,
COTTON AND TOBACCO FACTORS,
asm
Commission Merchants,
NO. Z2 Union Street,
.vw ori.Evnh.
OI'KCIAL ATTENTION PAID TO FILLING
ST. CLOUD HOTEL
qiHISPOfPLAR FIR9T-CLASS HOTBL P3
JL new rea fcr the rprion t,f mm, at
8" no pr dr.
fetM-lta Late of Citr IloUl.
First-dims Cilv Properly.
T?on nai.e,j! feettx inchub Br iro
JL feet. Sprier or Charsh ttreet. btwen
Laks and Siamoss' bi'v-kt. A ehoiee Hat I
drjsoods store. Also, two Store Hews.
Market, nr eornrr Murfcst aad ..'print rtret
Al. Store IIoom. Ii or 'Ji feet, Cherrr tret.
sppuste Maxwell lov. A 1m. tbre hnk
Dwelllncj, Chpy strwt. betwMB gprinc ml
Dread. J. L. i II. W RhOWfl. Aenr.
leoti-u t)T 1 ortc'l BsxHr mre
EXECUTOR'S NOTICE.
A LL PERfsONS OWIJTti MEDICAL BILLH
MtiialatA llr Jakn M VTntu. .11
ten iadebted Iu the ttm A Watsn Jc
Hriw, axe sujir tie.l to (Mir the u j
Thmas J. Iljafl., g., t tfc otfcVa of Dr.
llrtars. Cberrr !treL. tmfore tk Imi -..i
nU w Itwur awoMti will Jhi p lived m
bands of a oaVr fur rollartiou. TV. ..t,.
, k.M .. k. u 1 u. . . . m . v. . " .
Dr. U bswhi. r Webr Htlwl tnt the work
iwl U uuUathtMl as tacut u 1 w..
i fru saja ut his ridnre. which will t
"1 at PIMi aaJat nn Tah. .l ....
ffvimtMf MiM at i.rtf at. a4.
,,,, R. W. 11HO W ' K x tt
f.hfl Iw t Dr. Jaha M. Wataua. JarM.
SEWANEE HOUSE
COrXEtiE STRI5ET,
(Betweoa ITnin ami Char,)
..V'AHIl villi: .TE.V.VfWSIlin
T. HARRIWOTOJf, Prt)pritr. '
WITH A SOUI CAPITA!, ano ASSETS
$1,000,000.
Ami IU Stock firmly feU at SIS.", th rmuttx
If- fll. 9IAGII.U CJcnernl Asrvnt.
trii Branch Ml. isrim il
I. P. PECK. BmMV"""1
LIFE mSURANGK 00.
Of
Hartford, Connecticut,
A,,e,H. .lanna S4 6)0
Ana Pollrlrsi iwtetl,-- JJ
Nashville Agency: 36 College
W. D.TAI.BOTT.
I. V. PUCK.
General AKeut.
Iteolileiit Agrni,
A. Si. This Connur ku uiui.
percent larger AnnunlDivid!I tlwB wTfcr
sep2tf r.prwwrtert in this Suio
INSURANCE AGEN C.
P. P. PECK,
HO 'OI.I.EOE SI.. NASIIVIM,H.fror..
HOMF. I.VSUltAMi: 1,'OMPAJvT.
OF NEW HAVbW.
Capital nl Asset H,mJf 6l
WASHIXOTON INKURAXCK ?.
OF NEW TORK.
Capital am! Assets jf ft
OF.OROIA HOME I.VSIIRANCK !fc
COLUMBUS. OA..
Paid up Capital and As-eU WAfOV.
JETXA MFE IXHVItAXVT. VOHVAXT
OF HARTFORD.
Cah AtMte .XOrt,u
Traveler's Aecldcnt iHiHrnncm
OF HARTFORD
CbpHal a ixl Aeeeta ' tmff0
pOtlOIM WRITTEN ON riKIZ AMftMAKlKIC
Risks, and Ls 5iBiptIj awX.l at ttu
Office. AUo, appHcalloiM fiw Life aad A Uu
risks In thenbnre tlrst cls Cimntnb
octat-tr-ap
TIfK REAVTIFl'I,
Of mmi'1.i:, ni ii'.T. ihihAree.
(1RFAT RANt.F OI WORK
roiTK IMi riJRKST STITI JIE.V.
Ktrrlblr IVptl, Still-AiltiiHtliiic
hhlitilp 'IVntloii.
THE LATEST IMPHOVKD AND RUST
COKDHR. TUCKKK, HIW.MKK. PBI,
LER AND BkAlDKK.
itillllliiK OnitKf Willi Enoll .lliirliliin.
Thennlr .Machine that wsH datkera BW
on at tne mtmt tiaae w- ttwo'
longthofilne
: the St Mi.
Uverj-
Iflaeliliie
Wnrrmitel.
Prices same :w other first cUps Mnehlnas. itt
Ueneral AireBey.
New No. 34 North Cherry st.
Also, General Afestrr fcr tfc
Howe Sewing MaDhinei?.
Whieh for mamtfoeturiti.- purpose eaMt ha
equated
MACHINES OF ALL KINDS RBPAUlRlt
AfTD irARRANTKT) IN ORDlfiC
f- All kinds of Fawllir SskW Jm tm ir
at the Florenee ami the Hone Aeii.
XO. 31 (old No. 17) CHERRY NTREET.
CAMP tk 13T.T.IOTT.
f6 URN KRAI. AUHtHB.
hbqh iKtroMs. vr. a. (i(rsx w. i rAtaW,
HUGH DOUGLAS & CO.,
WHO i.KHA t.1
Dry Goods, Notions, Etc.,
NO. 5 PUBLIC! S,QUARK.
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stock, tn irWIi vrm iiwita fc4u. -- J-
of the TrwU.
reblff Itn
Ynlnahle City PropGiitgr
FOR SALE. c
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rersilr and WashiiMtAB 1 Q-.. Ta T
BwttHKw, M ogetM for sote
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Mui OB a i radii of ail. ta.. '
In ensii Stm with appwTed wSll 7dFS
rwutred al a Mmi .t.i..,l
at H. 50 North Chatiy tnrt.
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Exccnlor'H Notice.
ATOTICK IS HKKEBT OPT EN TO 27X
i J parti iwfcirtci tn the late Frost MMt
ek to roM forward asad rxiy their aciaAaaal
mw. and io all pnoas harlot; Haiau anihuit
him to RU the tarnt witbia the tiaie isrBfatl
or raw. or tiray it til m torrrar
rtTbanatl.
W. ttTHAUfiW,
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AND OTHER VALI'AMLK PHOI'HR'fT
AX PRIVAT3C SA.tIC.
IN PLK.srAA'CK
a- Chaarary Coarl
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at sfca CsHHt llaasa.
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