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By A CCXStlCTDATIOS OF THK NASH
VII.L8 UNI6NIAND AMMKIOAK anU the
DISPATCH. anJ by the eeneroui and uniteJ
upp.it, af lf -P'MT f
liatrenAtyxHti Mia Jimegjiip
t(r areJeDtUedJa te-oMsnt a Xoto
to uBMirp&Med in tun mty or mie.
IN F0LLNB98 AND ACOUUACY OF
NEWS, our pnpeiwlU .pnifare fwrally with
tbebet In the entire eeuntry; and in saying
thfa. wemtr repeat tbe expre4M e-f many of
uur patrtrtn. wlio are raiwt eapaWe of jailitiiHt in
ueh mttr.
In the Political Interests of
the' TeoJle'
The UNION AND DISPATCH, as hereto
fore, wilt, UVe tUeqituUsDDJ 1rj fr;t
Kuide; and in the dkwuetAa of all Oie new and
intrieate questieM and mxet ariU(? out of the
extraerdtnary condition in whleh the eoantry i
placed, U will adhere to the prfaMiNef ami
toaobinni of the founder! and expoeiton of our
government and intitutiom. It will endeavor
to guard with vigilance and defend with unwa-verineearneetaeas-and
faith the right and inte
stsofall tbe States, and the eewdtinl pritici-
li wblefa aemtitute the Wis of the Republic.
We shall eppoe all Invasions of those, and
nphold, tethe utmost of our ability, tho union
of tbo States under them. Feeling tb&t they
are endangered by the revolutionary s-bomes of
the ItstKeal pelitleiani who now hold tho Legis
lative power of tbe Government, we shall abate
"thing of our past opposition to their inea-
hiflJi
.rutCnua coil LfllBl, no i nn
bMil
On r. sMn n u fc ti r,i n
niontle IntcrcfltN.
We Khali ratMUatty admonish the Southern
people to he self-reliant, and shall do wbut we
may be' able to indites tha eatabllshit of
mflnufastorie lu ,pur raldit for $x heme pro
duct. To this end we will pay special attention
to the ossr and statistiw of manufasturing.
and exert eurselvet to eeoourago the diversifi
cation of Southern Industries and tbe dcvelop
v.ent ef Mthfrrn resMirees.
Our Pmanoial and Commer
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diato interest Id the markets ef the country, and
In its Qnanelal fluatuatloni and condition. Tho
man whtyfelfi le'kccp himself prtpwly Ml
vised as te the rite and fall of tbe market, as
c mtroHed'by the laws of demand and supply,
and tbe relative eenditlcn of tbo currency, is
cxposed-le eMtant less, and must necessarily
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cur host Uistnys men ; wblleursnrrent j&ian
ial HciirtiTrall fliileadfiig mneretres
cl tbe untry are fuller than have ever bei
pulilishsdany ither usnatln Tenn64a.
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tenrlve varW f vlMbl and Interesting tt
tcr the beet mUfted ibe faraHfeg eissSes f
ur State, wtileh wtM. n a areat measure. Hip-
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matter. imsWtsm t We utjefrl mthar "H
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Decrsl6n of tUD Supremo
Court.
In view o the tmewttties d the legal jroA-
to tbe iinwlasai eBtBg beferc Mir
udicial IrWiiiwala. k4H pstMMi all tbe
1 crtaat docMm f 4iftW(i7jnc Oasnl. ftSH
oflii ial Entrees. wkMiliVisr be relied upon
REDUGTION OF RATES.
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tbo verr rc Irws-wue in tim swwfcer rf tmr
Daily and Tri-WM- twlnerttew muMtt ro
redo the pitr itW4pttR t mMWm
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titiee of tb ptonH tn Uk lmtrextsHl ewJr
tion of our MrioVwi sctton, rewlres w ce
cetnoB as m be reateimMr made in their i
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Nashville. Ic-crinbr Tmu, 1S6G.
JTeien Surer et ah. n. A. L. P. Green et ah. w"?n the loan had been effected,
Thi1kXlt thefGircuitIf.l " &Jai3t?l I'i
Cowrt of Davidson connty, by Helen Surer,
Admtimtratrix of Charles Surer, and her
Jour minor children, who sue
next friend, to recover SS.000.
(crest llierenu, lieing the amount
nromiwory note, iiayable to the plaintiff
(Helen Swrer. as the Administratrix of
Charles Swrer, which, it is alleged, the de
fendant fraiidiilpnflr obtained the nonara.
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There are four countA in the declaration,
nettlm: forth thene facts, to -which the de
fendant pleaded several pleas; that the
note were imid and voluntarily delivered
to the d&femsata. Alleiiiurrmwai,JlaleiIr
nation tlie trial of the catife, all objections
t the pleadings were withdrawn, and
the cause submitted to the court upon the
lawfand facts, waving the intervention of a
jury. The facts are substantially as fol-
Qerpi
ertnanv. sump twpntv vpnrs nan
intermarried with Helen Tubbs.
oftheooMntv of JD Jvalb. in tbia. State
Aiier bit ftJTAMtled irfihS
lire was posaeMed of considerable
tatein Gerraany-eMtknck1t)r-mo
un1
monev
were from time to time received. Ii(189
he received $50fX), which he deposited in
the Rank of Tennessee, at Nashville?" He
died shortly after this- 'deposiWintes
Uvte, leaving -n , 'WidoWjte and four
children, .bis .heirs and, distributees, who
are the parties to this ''suit. In 18C0.
ihe defendant, Green, wishing- to 'borrow,
tdUjUOO on long tui)e to, place duij son m
liusihetw. kuiwuurf tliis .fund, applied tn
Judge M. if. Brien, tbc'legal adviser and
relative of the family, to procure, a loan.
liTim aUviscu the loan, and, to eilect it, it
was necessary, m order to itraw the
money from 'the hank, an administrator
shoqld be apjiointed upon tbe estate of Dr.
Surer, and, in pursuance of Brien's in
structions, Helen Surer was appointed ainl'
uualiiml to carry out these purposes. isJie
gave to her father, Jame lubfe, a citizen
of De Kalb county, a power oT attorney
to draw the money ami make the
loan. He camp to Nashville in pur
suance of the previous uiulerstandintr of
the jwrties, drew from tbe bank $5000, and
loaned it to- the" def&nknt Greenl on ihe
dav of . 1800, takini; his note at
twelve montlw. payable to Helen Surer, as
administratrix, with Thos.l'ite asei:urjty.
She agreed to let him have the additional
sum of $5000, as soon w it was received
from Germany. A short time thereafter,
the inonev was received, and on the - - -
day of 18G0, $3000 was loaned in the
some way at twelve months. Green executed
iiiHiiuieio iieien.ure raHauiiuniiiraui, will!
Fite at his security. The notes were de
livered to James Tubbs, tbe father of Helen.
Green paid the interest on the maturity of
the first note. About the last of Decern-
bcr, 1801. or (he 1st df January ibll6win,
shortly after the battle of Fishing creek, In
which the Confederate forces were defeated,
and the Federal forces advancing upon
rt Dnnelson, the defendants sent T. D.
ice with the amount of the notes
Confederate currency to DeJCall;
unly with instructions to pay off and
kc upthenotesincluumg interest. Judge
. M. JJnen, the legal adviser anri relative
the family was, at the time, a citizen and
ident ef Nashville. o notice or infor
mation was given him of their purposes.
rice called on .James. iubb. who. it an-
ears, Mill rotat.ied lie 'notes' in his poa-
sesijion; Tubbs declined to receive the cur
rency. Price insisted on paying them,
Mating the money was good, tlwt ho would
take it in navnieut of his debts, and the
time would 4opn pome. whan itb peonle.
wo ild In- cififlW to lal:6 it: 'Mri Helen'
Mirer lived some instance irora ner lather.
Price left Tubln without payini; the notes.
and returned in n few dayf.s and upon his
urgent solicitations the Confederate cur
rency was received by Tubbs. Price, in his
testimony, gays he spoke of investing it in
Confederate eight per cent bonds. He ad
vised him against this, as the Confederacy
waji not established. Hjj then spoke dfPin
vesting it in mountain lands. Prico says
nuius receiVQii ino inieueraio., cur-
I 1 t..l... tl.. .!.! . il.i'.. J
ii-iirr -uiiirn:iiiijr uiiii iiiiuiu m reals
or I coercion on his liart. At the
tUnie of the payment, the country was
lined wiMi ronei pomira. n nen ,nira.
Ildlen Surer, the adnr'x, was informed by
her father he bad received tbe CenfetJ
6rate currency, she told him he bad done
wrbng in receiving it, antUif' he bad been
present, it should not have been done. The
money was never received by her from her
'fetlier. He loaned out about $4000 of tbo
currency, and has thenotee wliiali tho iir-
lie owing nun re mm- iu puv, miu ji.im uie
balance in his possession. There is no
proof in the recorders. Helen Surer ever
ratified the act of Jmpei Tubbs in receiving
tb currency and delivering up the notes,
other than "the facts stated. Tubbs is a
feclile oW mjin,' alifcpt uighty-one joAraiof'
aye. Ujxm (be return of Price to fsash
viMe, Judge M. M. Brien, being informed
ftf the transaction and ayiuent, stated to,
the (laJWHtsnts that the payment would not
be reeegnlteil, and they would bo compelled
to pay the notes. Ujon the heafing, the
Court wasoftojilnion, the children Of Dr. Su
recthe Infant plaintiHi were entitled to recov
er ITonr-fifths of the money loaned, with the
intreqfj4ht the plaintiff, Helen Surer,
having received the money tbrotigh licr
agent volunUriv, was not .entitled to re
cover the sltirft M ne-fiftK to whiah she
wok entitled ; from which judgment of the
Court lnrth parties have appealed to this
Court.
The question presented fbr wir consider
atitin is, was the payment of these notes in
Confetleratecurrencv to James Tublw, who
was the cnrtmiiftH of the notes, "SiM the di
liverj df them to tbe agent of the defend,
ants, such a pavinent and discharge of the
iflebt, a will bring the case within the
principle itf Itiw, m stxtled by this urt,-
of nn executed coulrat't. bor the solution
of this qiitrttott, it becomes neegjiwryto
look to the situation ef the iwrtia, te tltf'
circHHiMancw that itHlnced the loan, the
motive that intlueuced the defendants to
discljth? eb;t and the etiyifwsiancas
mirrwiiwlinglbei artieHattbe time theiiay
ment was made. It is insisted ferthede
fendant. James Tubls wasthe legal and au
tWrietl a (rent of Use "Wliit!flI iMen
Surer, and therefore Jwd a rjght tjo receive
uie niiHir, ntm rmnitr rcTCTVPU II. II
thereby becMH&an exectited contract. And
Hwler the rUnftts Wlhil cnurt, that though
the iMtyment was in HImmI ad iinktwtMl
wrrency, frwn pttblic Ht4ie.y, the contract,
twtAg executed, will not le disturbed. The
prKf'slKws' when tlie money was loaned,
it tHMlenitood it wm net. "to be pay, ex
cept tbe interest, until the children, who
then were young, had arrived at sjge. The.
defendant Qrecn stated tie' could eet
meney at ediort tieie, bet wiehing to
dA'e bio son in btmness, he wanted
it for a lone tieriod. To effect "the
loan. Judge M. M. Brien, the lefal ad
viaer ( tkelHHabx, ws Hl)ed to,' who fit
Tored it, and. throttarh ins advice. Mrs.
llele Sutm- wm tmittcflrl to amlHMar en J
her kMabani'e aMato : mini CUr flu twrnnse I
of drawing the monev fmm tlie bank,
power of attorn given .t Jamee L
flHWM, who drew tbe iiMMtev. and. tin-lTA
der the inKSiow of M Af rfn T
the' money was lnanwl tn ), ,l.
.Jeadant Green. It wasthourht at tho tim. 1
( Green beiM ofHKr geedln- i
reHmeat by the frietHt. of the family. I
The notes taken were left in tl. tw.. !
MMtott e-f liiitbe. .Near Uie cIoe of tb I
rnvmUr m lW ttei1e fVoma frem the muddle they get into, j
Omtetlerate arms in this military di- : n l. i. .-i-i n;.;n. ,;,
!.TrKJlt. iv 1! 1
L 1 1 tLd.lOtf fUAL iMLAl llkAb twi . 1.
. -r r I w t v l w iMrr . r - - " awl mHnwr
iHmce 01 ureen, wm uie iocu 01 inieiu- i
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Tlie lWntifl an,er father, Jas.
riibwfliyed'inauistant'oountv.aira from
i thairfeflfavM, Thongh vTutlger.JL
I Brien, the legal adviser of the fsniilv;
i UfA anv i to hk intentiOrtith,
oenMoanr- --Wlrv-tlii8.baste-to discharge
the nptei?VVhy wafthbt Uie friend and
adviabr. 1 JttOKe M- ilVt." tBneh. consulted.
through whom the loan was procured ? He
was at Nashville, and "was possessed of all
the.aforp,ar&niy!ativQtqithe oonditiori of
the country ; knew of the defeat of the
Confederate fhrcs.jjnd . could -well, rcp lht
stonw that was about to sweep over the
parties
coulUtnot be, m the nature ol things, pos
sessedfi tlieamel Snawledge and '.condi
tion: 3f tie country. James Tul)bn refused,
on die aplilitation tif the agent to'pav the
itwttlaw I r fotaitfa it Ma Mlnptidil n
fl?wiifeyB'anfl Insist ethipon bis taking $L Jle
stated' that it was good, that he would take
it foijhis debts, that the authorities intend
ed making it good, and the: people" would
Laveo take it. TheiCurjrencyjvap paid to
Pnbbs, and tbe notes delivered up
to defendant. We think tbe acts
of the defendants in procurins James
Tubb, who was tbe custodian of tbe note;?,
to receive the Confederate currency,
amounts to a fraud in tbe sense of a Court
of Kfftiity; vol. lj Par. 201, and thennthor
itie dited. Was James Tubbs tbe agent of
the t)!'aintiir..anuusucli- authorized to re
lieve the payment ot tne notes? Tbe
authority to !q;in,nioiiey; doe not necessa
rily impl'v afltbority to Collect. Storv on
Agency, sec 93. It is insisted if he was
intrusted with tbe continued possession of
the notes, it was an implied authority to
receive the money. This principle is re
cognized as correct, but as aifaEent, lie Was
not nuftnriffll jn receive .any butlawful,
currency tlmis converfable into'money, or'
money. Sloryron Agency, sec 181. And
the authorities there cited. To hind the
principal, there must be an absolute pay
nuntjlbf the niqncv. This principle was
selllea ly this Court, in thecaseof btewart
rs. Dfiiall, 4 Yer. 177; 4 Hum. p. 44; 0
iiuuifp. 02. htory on Agency, sec. 215.
2 CarfenV Jud. Hep, 324. 23 111, Kep. 470.
The payment in tlnR illegal currency,
issued for a treasonable purpose was not
mlcli n ayinent. Defendants 'knew the
.purpdpes for which it was . issued,
and in paying it to the'agent, were guilty
of .ar&''s?;f-Jot. It is insisted that thongb
tlik f i -.nt was in an illegal currency,
hei iiJnii executed contract, upon principles
of public policy, it would not lie disturbed
if vdjuntarlly'" paid and 'without fraud;
Jas. Tubbs being the. agent, the subsequent
ratification of bis act by the plaintiff Helen
Surer, the administratrix, ia binding upon
her. and being. thy case within the princi
ples' settled Ijy this court of executed con
tracts. tDirer principle stated ,is - correct)
unuer me ruungsoi mis court, uiu mere
is no proof in the record .she ever ratified
theiicts of Jas. Tubbs as her agent, if ho
can liaw regarded, but she in express terms
11-1 .f Ol - II
repuuiaieii mem. niie iniormeu ner latner
of her disapprobation of bis acts by stating,
"you have done wrong ; if I bad been here
I should not have received it." A daugh
ter could not Lave said more to an" aged
nnd feeble fnther in disaffirmance of his
acts. She never received thelCpnfederale
currency from him. He, it appears, lnined
out a prt, and- has about, one-half of tbe
Uouleuerate money paiu him in his poasci-
siori. 1 lio principle is ell settled, in
order to make the ratification of
the; act binding upen the prin
cipal, hi' must be. freely and fully
informed of all the facts and circum
stances of the iiirUter,ivliicU he, has ratified.
23 111. Rep. 470-15, Todd Eq." Rep. 31(1.
There being no proof of a "ratification or
Troni which we can infer a ratificafibn, on
the part of Helen Surer, the adm'rr, sbo is
not; bound by tbe acta of her father, James
i iiood, in receiviiiir uie v,uieueraie cur
rency in 'the payment 'of these notes. In
view of all the facta, presented in this rec- j
ord, we are satisfied 'the defendants, in oh
taining the possession of these notes, were
guilty of a fraud, and were not thereby
discharged of- their liability, iriil are re
sponsible for the amount of tlie' notes thus
fraudulently obtained, ,with the interest,
thereon. The principles of this case fall
within the rule settled by this Court of
executed contracts. The notes having
been thus improperly obtained, the
adm'rx, Helen .Surer, ,Ts entitled to
maintain the .action. The children of
Charles Surer, the distributees of the
estate, are not proper parties, and are
not entitled to recover. Upon the death
of 'the intestate, and tbe administration
of Helen Surer, tbe right to the persoual
estate vested in her to sue for it, and, at
the period of time fixed by law, distribute
it to the next of kin. A nil in prosecutinc
suits for the recovery of the assets, the dis
tributees are not proper parties. Whether
she had the right to loan the funds for more
than twe-jgarpfjttjis: unpccspary for uaHq,
determine in this case, llut if loaned for
a longer time, tlie defendants could not
avail themselves of Ibat defence. She might
be responsible to the distributees for a
demtfarit, if the fund was lost. Upon a
settlement of the estate, these notes could
have been paid over by her to the guar
dians of the minors. Other questions have
been discussed in argument which it is un
necessary to determine, as the questions
settled are decisi v'e of the case.J The judg
ment of the Circuit Court will be reversed.
and, the parties having wai ved all excep
tions to the proceedings, and desiring this
Court to render such judgment as is author
ized by law and the tacts of the case, we
are of the opinion, therefore, that Helen
Suri;r, as the Administratrix of Charles
Surer, is entitled to recover of the defend
ants the amount of the notes with the in
terest thereon.
Shacki.efokp, Judge.
Cikx. Li:e and Oame CnifKK.vs. A
correspondence is published lietween Mr.
J. itVArrimrton. of Nash icounty. North
'Carolina, anil Gen. Lee, in which Mr! A.,
with many expressions ob.admiratien and
esteem for the General, offers to send hint
a pair of game fowls. Gen. Lee replies:
Lrxinqton, Va., Jan. 25, ISO".
My DflAH Sir I nm oblieed to you for
the sentiment ef esteem expressed in your
hitler of the 18th iiwt., and am very grate
ful, to the former members of the Array of
Northern Virginia for their kind remem
brance. I need not asaure you that the
memory of all who beloneed no tliat'armv
' Hierished bjr me. and that their welfare
nfl prosperity will always be to me a
source of hanptnegs.
J should he glad to receive a pair of 1
your Jowls wljjph you oiler to send me, and
nwi j-iitio iiem an a. mart, pi yor .
ll,"rali'i luu.fc uty uuuiu va j
traneported with safety during this inclem-
ont weather.
Wltb sinoere wishes for yor bappimfK, "
i ia, very retpectnuiy,
R. E. Lee.
Clkrioai. AprEAts is CON'onrw TOTnc
iu.j,: .i. ti.i.: ,
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kwe - re Uwtttiaar: . . , . j
tj. tTaima tki.
a characteristic praver from the Key. Mr.
BeyBton. This presumptuous roan is in
.i. i.-i',t. t ori: . i.
tw. .r,.:-!!,. ,n ntarrra ;n Tt,-;,,t;
linllB tUrOHjdt the tariff. On otlKr
mend-Wmt wv. te Mre- the' Divinity
-wvrs pn9 at vva tllVi v ai i a j eaf n
Tmn1 b aire WberMft
theleedof Thad. StftvhX
ng the previous oueation if
imaenlatc Christian aKd
patriot.
mirtwvtN. nn ncnl wna iliAruttplml In Ma
il ft M I counly laV$ ihe&e notes, which, but
r . . siion ume previous, was ireateu as a per-
mm
land J No notice or information was-given
to him, but the agent ttr po3ted to a county
Distant from Nashville, where the
"NASHVItLE, TENftS&S&K' WEDJfESBAY, MARCH
ov.- 'Buowjfi.owfj AitJiY-tiny.
- eilvi. pnn.ER Xp. I-T1IE ORtiXI-
zjkTiox. to. conn esce
IlEADqCARTEKS TkS. STAZU ,GtJXItD&
JNASHVILI.E, Jlarcli G, 1807, General, Or
uer flo. l. i. UapfaiiiB ontoTufiauIeS, to
whom commissions have been .forwarded,
nogeiner with a copyoi tliiw-prder, are an-1
.uiorizeu to ennsi tor tire pertgu of three
years, unlejw sooner discharged, Onehun.
dred able bodied men, who, when enrolled.
i;'wra (w cf-, meir oiner, omcersr
Atuo will ibe commissioned when ntbe ran.
tain shall certify the same to me atstbese
headquarters, each oompany in the service
iryue mustered.aa inranlry.
i J2, As many as twentv-five in each com
pany shall be mounted to act as .Jscoutt,
i.JS. r-.lf.-L:- -i . ..
i-t.ni-in ui uJBpaitiies, eic, unuer uie com-s
mand of such officer as the Captains'from
time time may designate. Each mounted ,
man wilt lurnisliand equip Ins own horse,
and receive for said horse forty cents 'per
d3y while in acliv'B'fepi'viVp t)ioU(a taaA-
iifg ani shoeing each horse. The State
hosfortherervice: "
a. ompauies, wnen comnleteii.- sli!ill
report to these Jieadonarteri. thrr.noh ibolr
uiAt .it ,' - M
uiiHwui.-', iiuiuiut; liiemseives in rrflrtinoaa
for service when called upon by tbP Copi-
uinnuer-inuiei. n hen called into nctlyea
service. tbr rvimnnnioa. .;il i. t.i
1 ..,........ ... uc aiuivu illiu
equipped, Captains rectiipting for the arms,
a,nd being responsible for their safety and
return. So far as nracticable. th
shall be governed by the revised armv reg
ulations of the United - States, and" Shall
receive .paw and allowance. Imth nfTWr
and privates, as provided for bv ihn TJniio1
States army, but only while in active ser
vice.
4. Captains of companies shall into nt
tii theservice, according to the dates of
their completion, and Rh.ill
tion in Regiments One, Two. in SlnhaJ
betical order, proceedincr to elect.
ai omcers alter regiments are complete, ten
I r n. o
companies constituting n v
- , t r " .v..uv.i.. -X in
uiuuivciiiicaa auu a winui neglect of duty
tlife Commander-in-Chief
.self the right to dismiss any officer from
life service, tbe charge being previously
OllOlUlilCU.
fj. Captains.or Lieutenants, commanding
companies or squads will see, on, all occa
sipns, mat no man's premises nretpAannaao,!
upon ; that no poultry or stock is taken or
HI11,0'1' tliat n0 rails are destroyed no
nmuer cut uqwa and useit without a fair
compensation being paid; and that no
grain or forage be taken without the con
tent ot the owner, and then at the market
ratue. .these rules must be observed
itO. Each full company shall be allowed
one wagon and four horses or mules, and a
, ... . i ,. ., '
itiuiftier, as wen as an other necessary
equipments, to oe receipted lor by each
aC IClCiUICU JUi 11 V PHCII
)VI1 only pay for horses killed of disabled' TDT DEGREEJN OIIANOERY, IN
lmtueservipe, the racts being well auUien- "Wi" vs.tbeaieriff
ticated. Captains 'shall iudseof the fiini ."nt,'i "J1!?-"'.1 Rta airertd to
i
uaptatn yVnd cyery officer and private,4k I f0r the purpose of enabling parents nd
oelore entering the service, shall. lakeland ' fisunrdians in the South nnd Southwest to impart
srfliscribe the fbllowihs oath
'I do solemnly swear that'l have never
voluntarily borne arms against the arov-
tgovernment of the United States, for tbe
purpose, or with the intention of aiding
the late rebellion; nor have I with any
sucn intention, ai any time, given aid, com
fort, counsel, or encouragement to said re
bellion, or to any act of hostility to the
government of the LnitedStates. I further
swear, that I have never sought or accepted
mm.. : l , - I " 1 .
umtr, ciiuei civil ur juimary, or at
tempted to exercise tbe functions of anv
office, either civil or military, under the
authority, or pretended authority, of the
so-called Confederate States of Americo, or
of any insurrectionary State, hostile or op-
puseu io me auinontyoi the United Slates
government, with the intent and desire to
aid'sanl TBBelltbriY that ThaVe never given
a voluntary support to any such govern
inent or authority. So help me God."
Wm. U. JJroivwv, "
" Commandcr-iri-Chief, etc.
MILITARY LAW REVITRD I.V MO
ItlLEf '
. ' Froni tho Mobile Register. 1st.
A circumstance occurred yesterday in this
city, which, we presume, may be. regarded
-as a foreshadowing of what is to be expect
ed tinder the operations of the recent legis-
lation of Congress. The facts, as related to
us, .are substatially as loilows: -
Capt. Wm. D. Smith, an old citizen and
prominent member of the Mobile fire de
partment, commanding a company in the
24th Alabama regiment, was lulled at tlie
battleot Murfreesboro, more than fouryears
ago, and buried on the field. His remains
were disinterred by his friends and brought
to Mobile, and yesterday were buried by his
brother firemen. Tbe procession was ex
clusively under the direction of the fire
department, and there was no military dis
play or memorial connected with it.
The funeral procession took the usual
route to tbe ceraetrary, which passes by the
military camp on Government street. As
tha cortege was passing, it was baited by an
officer, whose name and rank we have not
learned, but who is supposed to be the com
mandant of the troops now stationed in-Mobile.
Thisofficerinqiuredwhoseremains were
being carried by. Chief Engineer Lyons,
of the fire department, answered that thev
were not those of " Mr. 8mith, a prominent
lireman. l no otticer asked it Jie was only
a fireman. Mr. Lyons answered "in the af
firmative, when the officer directed tho pro
cession to pass on. The chief engineer,
however, immediately correcting himself,
said to the officer that be did 'not wish to
deceive him in any respect, and that the
deceased bad been a Confederate soldier.
Upon this tbe officer declared that thepro-
ceasion must not pass.
" Very well," said the chief engineer, in
a respectful manner, " I will turn back and,
take another street."
According to our information, tbe officer
still exhibited some hesitation about en
forcing bis order, and asked when tbe de
ceased had died. The answer, wxs that lie
was killed in battle several years ago. The
officer then very promptly and decidedly
declared that, if that were the case, the
body could not pass. The Chief engineer
accordingly countermarched the procession
and took it to the cemetery by another
route.
Can't Votk vpit JJiiQyNixy. Two of
the most intelligent colored men in this
place informed us;ai few days ago that not
one-tenth part of the negro vote in Wilson
county will be cast for Brownlow and the
Radical ticket at the coming election.
The reason ia obvious, and is, aa they in
formed us, because they place no oonGdence
in the professions of friendship constantly
made toward them by these Jacobins.
They iy : .iYoit have allowed Sis tbe pnvi-,
lege of voting in order to re-elect yon to
office, while the true friends of our race,
and the only friends we have who .are in
condition to befriend i, are the very men-
WBOm you expect us to vote aeainsi
All
the
0r pecuniary aid must come from
UwaervAtive?, and Tyhore ,.our m
ana,wuore,.our interest i.
mere we snail cast our votes. This is sen-
,,ible reasoninsr. and our Conservative citi-
sens should see that every colored voter
appreoHites it. Iebmon Hhraii.
SECESSION" IX THE Tmi'.
The promoter and patrons of racing in
the West, have fairly broken loose frera
their ooteporariesof lite North, anil intfUtl
hereafter to form a coalition of tbe States
Wert and .South ef the AlleghMie. The
following eireular haa been iMie by tbe
Laclede Association or St. Louis :
At the suggfAticm of tbe Laelede Aaso
ciation, there will amtnbleatSt. Louis, oa
tlie 3d ilendayf il8y48fi7, a Turf n
creHS, to conaist of dePwite from the dif
pjrent Tegtilarlj .drganfied Jeckey OMa
Woatof the AlIeehajiias3QailoPt nt . "&.'
fer every thinp'appertainmg to-raeln? iin '
ing'aprwrtaining torae!i
fi iriti Southeni rirtrlit.
-lrf.-.-fl '.-. . J.
"ia!d Wotqrn
on
are respetftfifUy r'eqfiestea to. i designate
potue one or more gentlemen m delegates
to Mid Turf Congrc-w.
;SAMPLESvAJO) PEIGES.
HTOSK'S KITER
UTILITY WORKS.
ICetl Cedar U ootlca Ware,1
, KttcKefs, Pailii, TAc
WJt. McCn.I.Y A- CO.'N
For arpcerasniLDruBxists. , .
hamnlei flml HrtM f.iaf l ... Air..
... - ... ..iiit-rc-tt ltuiltl.
OEQ. Pi AKEBS.
feblJMf'
COMMERCIAL BROKER:
For Rent.
TlIE OASP
of l)ariJia
rent lor tne
Hi SKWR.
I neaiuain up. ., t
rt.&bW"J!?Pe.onCQ,lrehsUeetw
jura, iiaiuuion ureen. And a Store Room
I hetirnen fha ttrn hnn... i
Zb,?SffkSlwiW"? ""Vi ?-B'
tf-FlM T p wffi ?
I- " 1 ,u'1 t. rf OOUh. Irnstea:
TH03-, WAIN, J08, WALKER.
JWAlTK WALKER
..ft.-- I
Succeors to ' '
W MTtR U F I Ii L'D Ic W A L KK R.
-i nmi.KRS .1!
HAT'S, CAPS,
IiADIES' FURS,
friLL CARRY ON THK IWSTNRKS AT
- f T Ibe old stand, where they will bo pleased
io meei an ,ine pm. irienus ana-aa ranny new
ones us win ran on ipem.
WAIN A WAXKBR,
jan9-tC . 2B PVBI.lt) 'SO.UAIIK.
-St.
Cecilia's Academy,
j ' , , , IMOUNT VERNON
Near Nashville,
CONDUCTED RV .SISTERS OK THE!
K I Kit' '.OF - ST. IlOMIKI C
Under the pntronagg oP the Ilight. Rov.I
'.Bishop of Na.ohville.
I rw . n . nn. . ... . - -
' to their daughters and wards n thorough and
soiiu euueauon.
The Academy U about one mile from tbe citv
and is situated ia one of tbe most beautiful and
neaitoy 'localities in its vicinity.
Tbe Aradcmic rear consists of two Reaainna
each, and terminating about tho 20th of June.
Special attention is Riven to tbe different
branches usually taught in Academies.
Fob Terms, etc.. andr to the Mother SiinB-
riftr, Nashville. Tennessee.
Jani7-iy
PROPOSALS FOR REEF.
-OfPICR ACTINO COMMISSARY OP SUBSISTENCE. )
.CUMBEBllXD RAKE-ICES, NASnVILLB, TKS.V.,
March 1st. 1867. J
!D PROPOSALS IN DUPLICATE
e received nt this Offico until tbe 12th
fhstant. for furnishing the Troops, Hospitals
and Government Employees nt this Post and
vicinity with FRESil BEEF of a good market
able iiuality, in cannl proportions of fore and
hind-Qiiartcr meat, (necks, shrink, and kldnev
h tallow to be excluded) in such qunntiticsas may
uc irum iiuio in iiuiuruqiureu, unci on sucn uays
ns shall be designated by tbe commanding Officer,
for the period of Six months, commencing April
ist.ns67..
Also. Keuled PrnniUAlii in tiinntntn trill !a re
ceived at this Office until the 12th instant for
furnishing the -Troons, Hospitals nnd Govern
ment Employees ot-thls post and vicinity with
CORNEL MESS BEEF OF BEST QUALITY
Pin such quantities as may be from time to time"
required, nna on sucn days as shall bouesignnled
by tbe commanding Officer, for the period Of Six
months, commenting April 1st, 1S67
The Beer will be nald for bv tho Post
sary at the end of each month in such funds as
tnoi uovernraent may lurnisn. Satisfactory
bonds will be required to secure n proper per
formance' of the contracts." Pronnsnls will hn
opened at this Office at 10. a.m. on tho 12th inst.
f CLATTON HALE,
marl-lOt. 1st. L't. 34th U. S. In'f. A. C. S.
j
Removal and New Interest.
i
tr rnF.EMAsr vo. have pijr-
IV i. .! ,r vr i? n 1 vii t. i.:. ...
in the firm of DORMAN JkBANG. and removed
their stock of WALL PAPER to the ?paciou.s
MUSIC HOUSE,
MASONIC TEMPLE, 81 CHURCIf ST.
The two branches of business will he kent
distinct. Tlie
MUSIOATi DEPARTMENT,
conducted by R. Uormnn and.others skilled In
tnd busings, will Jiu under tho name anil style of
DOJiM'AN & FREEMAN.
THE
f ?Wall Papor Department
AVUl be conducted by N.T. 4 R. R. FREEMAN.
i
pur GILT WORKS, MIRRORS.
PORTRAIT AND PICTURE FRAMES.
WINDOW SHADES.
VKWKi'lAN U LINUS.
. .ARTISTS' AI ATE RIALS,
frencliiaml American Picture fllass,
LOOKING GLASS, PLATES. ETC.,-
Have been removed to .
7S Worth Cherry Street,
.Colonnade Building,)
.Where orders will be promptly attended to by
'L. H. FREEMAN. J, W. OKOHAHD. and W.
R. FltKEMAN.with other competent workmen.
Our senior pnrtner. W. FREEMAN, will re
main in Philadelphia, Pa., to purchase Roods
fnr hnth linage. We hooe to receive, and will
do oar best tn merit a continuance of the public
patronage.
janj-tl it . Jir.l..iAn is .r.
MERCHANTS' DISPATCH.
FAST FREIGHT LINE.
American Express Company
In01IETOU-S.
rpiIE HUDSON RIVER AND NEW YORK
I Central Railroads bavins adjusted their.tate
difference. Freigh t Trahi eonow have be
THROUGII CARS LEAVE NEW ORK
DAILl, as hctetoforo. ..,.
Ehipper are assured that no affoft will be
BX NO OTHER UlNK. ....
K. cuJiJiiAu.i, aapenntenaeni.
M. n. PH.CH E It. Arent,
OfEce. Rhea, Smith irCfl . South Market street.
tebiz lm
PJKESH G1BDEX NEEDS I
JUST RECEIVED BV
. V. JE.VKIft'H,
ian22-tf . Sueflr teTWelU. Dpigjfit,
To Tobacco 'pjaiilera.
WK ARE NOW PREPARId'tO STORE.
( Ship or purchase .-TsbXaje. eft!ir laofa Sr
la barsheadf. -Call at- our WarebiHe. No V
.Market street, Nashville.
dtcll-tf (B.) HUGHMcCREA C
' . i- iWrninfimmX ,
Exclusive Whole
WHITE GOODS,,
gloves;
ArO. Hit JtfOKTMEAJBT OK
NASPIVILLE,
.-C'IU
JOH T. rOOTE.
J. It. NASH.
3. tt.-MOBPHV
FOOTE, NASE & 00.r
No3. 17 and 19 West Columbia St.f
. ; CINCINNATI,
Il4riI.I'KKS
OFCOLOONE,'.
spinrrs, -
Ar.ooiiois,
AHD DOUKSTtT '
LIQUORS
AND WINES
' ' ncu.rBs tx-'drNUtsr '
KOBKKTSOV COU NTT,
nornitoN, byk anj mo.vox6ahi.a
WHISK IE Si
Proprietors of the celebrated brand of Ora. ge
Valley Whlsky.I
maylg dly
C. W . SMITH,
DISPENSINa CHEMIST
1 TI TJ 31 O I s rr ,
Corner Ohiireh untl VineSts.,
na.shvii.i.i:. TEffX.
HAVE THE PLEASURE OF CALLING
attention to the fact that I bare recently
improved and re-furnished my establishment
with a large and carefully selected stock of
Pit r nnd Fresh DriifjN. Medicines, auil
Phnrinncentlrnl PreinrntlonN.
Also, a large stock of Tine English, French nnd
American PEHFtTMEKY, including Extracts,
Soaps, Oils and .Pomades, Toilet, Powder:) ilnd
Fancy Goods. The best W 1 N E3 and LIQU0 RS.
for medicinal purposes only: choice CIGARS
ajrd TOBACCO.
Families can at all times be supplied with tho
purest FLAVORING EXTRACTS. SPICES,
etc.. that are to be found In a first class Dm?
Store.
TO PHVSIOIANS.
T cive im- ncrsonal attention to tbe .careful
compounding of Prescriptions, and have for this
department a full supply of tne best ChemicaU
and Medicine tbat can be found in the market.
jan.il,--m
Capital, One Million Dollars
ENTERPRISE fflSURAftUE WK,
OF
CIAI'I N iV Ml. tmir.
MliECTORS.
M. BiaHOf. of R.M. Bishop Co.
TUEO. COOK, PreeldeUt Chamber of Comuieree.
J03EPII C.UUTLER, I'res't Of Lafayette Bank.
IIUU11 MCUlKNia , ul uugli jsiciiirney s uo.
I,. R. II DLL. of Addy, Hull A Co.
A. S. WINSLOW, or Wtnslow Smith.
BRI03 SWIFT, of Brigs Swift A Co.
CHARLES HULK, of O. KuM & Co.
O. M. BUCHANAN, of Buchanan Co.
ADOLPIf WOOD, bf Adolph Wood Co,
JAMES S. WI3E, Na8hTilla.Packt Company.
. A. 1IAI.1.I3, Mayor or Cincinnati.
TH03. SHERLOCK, PresldAnt.
WM. B. CASSILTiY, Vlte PrI.lont.
This ComnanT U now prepared to transact a ceu-
erut Fire and M jnue linumnce buainess thrunghout
the State of Ti-noessee.
It C. nicKAIllV, Agoot.
I'oliclm) Issued on flrst-class Brlctr Dwellings for
re years, at a material reduction, on yearly rales,
sepH-fini V. & A.. B.r
THOMPSON'S RESTAURANT.
Contcr Collcgft nnd Union Streels.
5s
EO. THOMPSON WOULD IMlfOKM HIS
. friends and" the public that he, has Just fitted
tin 'Anil nnened h'n elmrant Kestanrant over hla
Saloon, where gentlemen will find at all times not
only tue liesi tne nomo marKcuuiuiuo, un. iv w
Iwait nf evervlhlnsr from a distance Having pro-
tii-0,1 th KATTlctm of a first-rate cook, and from my
long experience in hotel business, I feel confident of
being able to please customers.
Fresh Oysters received dally served up In any
tvle Fresh Oame alvrays on hnd
novt-ly
It. O. THOMPSON, Proprietor.
CEDAB IS KINO.
Tho Stone's Kiver Utility Works,
Jlnrfreosboro, Toim.
D, It. C. SPF..VCE. J. H. KASIN
MANUFACTURE LARGE .QUANTITIES
f the finest possible varieties or Red Ce
dar Ware at tbe lowest possible prices.
Also manufacturers nnd dealers In all kind of
Carpenters' Work and llarrels. Kegs, Hubs.
Spokes. Felloes. ShafU. etc. Wo make more and
better ware than any other factory, and hope lor
more and better trade.
See sample at Marr's Banking Ofiiceand.Gliam
ber of Commerce. j SpENCK
jan!7-3m
7 THE SECOND
NATIONAL BANK,
1 OF NASHVILLE.
Collej;e Htreet, near Union,
Designated Depositary and Financial Agent
of the United States,
it Is prepared to transact a regular Banking
busies, and furnish Kxcbnnge on
NEW YORK.
NEW ORLEANS,
LOUISVILLE, AND
CINCINNATI.
Goremment Securities. Gold and Silver.boujht
and toldon Commission.
JOHN LUMSDEN. President.
W. J. THOMAS. Caahier-oct3t-ly.
AGENTS WANTED Fm
THK MfK. l.CTTKRS, 3PEKCI1K8, KTC. Or
HON. ALEXANDER If. STEPHENS,
BY HENRY CLEVELAND,
Late Editor of Augusta (Ga.,) Constitutionalist.
Send far Circulars and see our terms, and
full dttSMlptlOn or the worr.
AddroM
NATION A 1
i PUBLISHING CO..
Atlanta, ua
feb'
-diwlm"
HARRIS, MILLLR ASO.,
Cineinnati. Ohio.
9HANEB8lUa CO..
Memphis, Tenn.
BELL, ' HARRIS Sf 'GO.,1
NEW ORLEANS. LA.
OottBn ands Tobacco 5ct(J
AS6 GEXEKAL
COM 31 IS SI ON ilIEEOllAVTif.
RBFBRRWO TO THE "A!buVS ,WS. RK
I peel fully solicit consiirnmecM, from our
Mead. RMpaglMty, . .
Sell, harms a- oo.
KcrsscstcEa.' ' - rf- ,
Mee.rattn,CheiieyitR;iAJjTllllt Tmk
Meii,Beaum8nt (Sr.. WrkiWlJe.'T'enii'.1
D.IenneJy.B!.. " J'
Gen. K. L. Oaruthors. Lebtinrf;7ecneeee.
Ueorw Barker. Hartavftle, Tenniiweer.-
deeSTSst '
GOTTOtf AND TOBACCO FACTORS,
A SO
Commission Merchants,
fiKW
Special ATTENTiftN.pAiO to filling
O orders, andl beral Cksb adraae made-en
consignments. i.dea3(Wlm
sale Dealers in
DRESS GOODS,
HOSIERY, ETC.;
tennessjtIe. .
WATCHES AND JEWELRY
03
p
9.
o
at
tn
a
o
-1-1
A GOOD ASSORTME5TT OF oni.n io
XL .Silver Wathe.. Jewelry, Clocks etc., a
rea.nable prices. Every articlo warrantnt
represented. REPAIRING done well nmLwitb
B-atiilartion, as heretofore.
E. IVIfiHEIW,
j.dclS
lfi-Sm Xo. Xorth Cherry
186B..'
.3m: i
NASHVILLE,
CAIRO,
OHLEMS
Ail)
Tri- Weekly Packet Line;
pOK ABOVK LINK COSirjtI3K3 THK COL.
Nasbvilla daring the season as follows:
TYRONE. Tom. IIabmov. lfiut.r- l-nTft. irrfPC!.-
DAT3, at VI o'ctoct M.
NASUVILLE.Wilii Siiims, Master," 1t NW.1i- 1
iiw i xi uiioui i a, at iz o eiocc u.
TALISMAN. Cunt. Srunvn lonvo. M...hvill.
SATintDA VS. nt W o'clock, if.
trlpdon the first ODonluz of lia'rfralfnrirn lttgfiritii"-''
borUnd river, and eoattnuo te run rrsularl'
tliroiiKhout the tiusiuras smson. ns but nbar ar)iid.
nte. iraking close nmaeetfen at ttitro wttli the rte
i. ? n i in .!-.!.. r c. t ....i. ur 1 ...
i,.i. umB, iiiriujillia AOII fluff Ul
team ; Issuing through Tfefcets to Pissiigs, afftt
glfing Uirungh Bills or Lading fer freights to the
aboTp cities, and all aralltl war taudlngs, at Hie
wry lowest ratM. KTety effart will tw'made by- the
UflicersandAgealsof tfiisliueto render It relUtde
and desertlne the patronatv or Shi
Travullug Public.
CORBETT i BOVtl HiUi.t.l .i. 1
u. i ruumnwi, upper t iwri Jluti
Siulullle, Teuo.
saii-iu
TiANTEItS' JJ.iJVIf A'OTES.
N1 ACCORDANCE WITH AN APT flP TIIP
X Legislature of Tennessee, passed December
llitbl ISOOeatitled nn t MTnnTn,liiih.,l',..
tnbation fit the effect of Banks, which have or
mas' make assignments among their nreditors,"
notice ii hereby given to the hobiere of tbo notes
of The Plaxtrbs' Bank op Tesnrsske to-Cle
tnem vvitn tneundersignetl.at the Bank in Nash
ville:, between now and the 1st day of January,
eighteenliundred andsisty-nine. llSJ,) and re
ceive certificates thureriir ur IIipv will l,o rhrom.
barred from any participatiori in jhe assets of
nm iuuhi.. mo i-eriiucaies win do received
xv Rar in payment of debts duo the Mask;
whether tendered before or after the 1st of Janu
ary.pSfl9. D. WEAVER, Trwfee.
daj2ft-3m
Mbranbis AvalnnMinnn.1 Knnrvtlla Whiviitu..'
three montba and send bill (o Mr. Veavbk.
W A SHVITiKE
NASHVILLE, Jrfea?TENNSKW
HYATT, KKIQG8fc 3IOOIIE,
M.VPP,OTBUKRa flK A LI, KINDS DP
Agricultural Implements.
The Illxlil Corn anil Cotton IMow,
A GREAT AND ACKNOWLEDGED IM
j"V. nrovemrnt nn-tin? cast I'Iniv. cmr lnrra
offered Jo Southern J'Jantcrj unrivalled in
capacity. lifrhttieMj'diiramllty and ohenpties
by liny cast Plow im tbe world Also, .t
whrIIT-IKOy anil S1T.ET. VlJiWH;
CORN-SnELLKRS.
H0RSE-P0WHB3.
STTl A U'.ftTTT R U 3
imuuH-iiiun lit un UITSI 1IJI11II05, BUCII 89 lei-
tlen. Pots. Ovens, Skillots, etc. All krnds of
CEDAR WARE, manufactured by tbo taost
imifroved mdchinery Brass and Iron-bound
Buckets. Pails. Tuba. Clinrns. Water Cam. ,
Tanks, and Cedar Chests of all sizes.
Ilavine the latest improved Machinery, nnd,
unuiuniicu roriiiues, we are enaoiea to lurnuii
everythinK ia our lino at Iflwer rates than any
manufacturers in Northern, Eastern or Western
cities, r.verynrwcie warranted.
1H Al
rr. iiicuiON a siooni:.
janll 3m
8100 to 9250 per MoulMJ "
llA?fT:n. A(ENTS EVERYWHERE.
Tl) Male and Female, to sell the G-iinlu
Iutprovtl Coiiiiiioti-Niisi Family Nru
Injr Wnohlui', Prieei only J18. This.AIaj'ulnB
will stich, hem, fell, turk, bind, quilt, braid, and
embroider. The cloth cannot bo pulled apart
even nfter every second aticb k cut. Every ma
chine warranted three years. .Send for circulars.
. . BLItjS.t McKATIUtUN, ,
, Manufacturers Southern .Agents. "
decy.tm iitevlTloKr.
Look Out i'or Breakers !
ONE AND ALL I
T10NT YOU
EE THAT 1VE ARE5UR
ast Men. Fast Horsr : Pfiit
U rounded by
HuilreafL Acciflentt and InnuinaruLlm Stnnah.tjAat..
Then is it not POLICY to take out an
which guarantees to tho nssured SS.OOO )D owe
ot deatn causal uy any Kind
of an accident, r I
in eas of injur'.
sui iu;ui,,
8-5.00 per Week
compensation fer a period tiot fo'ereeed twenty
si ji weoka for any one injurj-, Such a Puljey can
bebbtalnedof the
Southern Life Insurance Co.;
OF MEMPHIS, TENiN, '"
onthe follovrinir terms: One day x two day
.'At three day Tfxs four days $1 Oh five day
51 ift tenday$2 50; thrrteen day9S 00; fifteen'
dars $3 ttk. twenty daJai4J fch ibrjOr days tQUJt,
twbmantbs fvm-. three montns S12 00:lwTvr
months Sat 00. All of tbeatttve-iaentiened I'ul'
teibs and Tickets en be seur at a moment's
notice fmm any KaUrotd '.lekdt OfSee in the
cit-. or nf any ttt the principal Railroad Ticket
Otfiert thmuKfrmit the enflte .emth. Akfl atN.'j
8 NorUi Oherry 3Ut. aJji ijle. Twp,, otfico a
deU-3B
niAsn K- rntrii;
Uft 'I Alfeat 3. L. Im. Co,
GARDEN SEEDS.
TTH HAVE JUST RflCblVLD A LARGR. m
stock of wslt assorted Uardc Sd, Iresa
iDhvid Landretb. which wtj ihbjw
At
is. V IIPHriEKfl
Corner Ctdar rtre-f aW Sfjoare. Xs-.hr iH.
Jart-a ' x
SAM
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f!TTY SHOE -STORE
,r f fl UjlBt
BOOTS Aj?J) SHOES'.
t jfAaftiLt;-r.f ! '
I "- 'taim Bill Ikiipi. Jf
WSBP&gi
dec?T-U LESTER-& CO.-
4'. ill.' d-u 1 ' 9tm.i
AGRICULTURAL WORKS,
i. ; .. . .
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- ' ' .:'f eUrvtBtle
.
1 1 1 f " frs established in N. Cltr . J
T Only infallible remedies known." J .
fc. -J, Ereefrem'Pe&onJ.'' 4-
liiT' WfdanVerens to the HuiaaVFamlbri'' "
- Rata come out or their heteatedta 4
, ' u - js'j mt
tjoltA'' Kat Eoaeh, Aa,' Bxterm'!
l VM.te usedor .i..Vmv.
' Ulaekantl IM Ant; d.,fx. rft u
"CbsTARV1 Bed-Bng Exlerniiuator;' T., ii
' Is a liquid or waahAiied to ifAr,JuL 1 ' ft
laafti.rerentlve far B-K 'f
1 . ll
",U03TAn'3 " blectnc Powder forfIiweili
Is for .tfXi .VoMrfiWt, J-feat' !!. 11m,. ..
hito. rrtiniw. fnww. ffipmiw. rfln.
. ii'.... i , . . . - - -
Ill DjiwRrlMof all we
fcetuat uoawa'a"
Bottle, anil Flask, bafaKMki'
Address, 1 1 ILVU VKj ColWft
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irugianaiitailereverywbere. '
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G O S T A K
S'
1 CELEBRATED
- - . .! ' '
BUCKTHORN SALVE;
roniy-ui. uurns, liruiscs, l ound.. IJoiU, Ci
eerf. Broken Breast. Soro Nipples, Bleed!
sn
Blind and Pajnful Piles: SerofulousPntrid and
iff.
iii-cunuiuoneu sores; t'icers. uiandnlar Swetl
lnpJ.EruptlQns,CutaneouAfl"ectlrif.Rlngweria. Itch. Corns. Bunlens. Chilblain. Se: ChaDnefl
Haids, Lis, Ac; Bites of Spider. Inef.
rtnnnais, .re., jre.
il Sold by all Drurvists everywberje.
Broadway. N. V, o
And by NfeehvHIe. Tfon?1'-'
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O S T A R
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UNIVERSAL
SOiLYEN.T,,,:'
For Corn. Bunions. Warts. Ac.
4iriox, 25 cii.. so c-t.. ana 61 alieii""
Sold by all Dmjiflttii everywhere. 'Z.
IfrtaSf CofTADepHtCT
W And by- N(flhvllIeTSn1i.,
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Bitter-Sweet" and Ora,ngeS
; blossoms, ' .Zrzztt
J m. nKAtmrviNo thst covrutu. ' !
UW to Soften and Beautify MWa''n?S
mofe rreekle. PImplag, Erupttenj.itT .,T
othtri af0 B0W USlDK 11 r4ftr fa " - "m
f otllo. 61. .,ZZ
T Si!d by all Druasist everywhere: - t5J
1?rtadway H' C0A' U
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Fi
vitimip, tMoiXflr Uimili;
3f Bellies. 25 ete.. UStH,. iM il l.
3. JfeM by all.DrurzUu ev
la everywhers; j . n i
ss. Ana by llliliU
,' Bredtray. N Y.
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rraHUer(eent of the .DJwtU,0riai-,A),,
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Uk. lICrrhM (Mil. Chllt k.V. mHi,jm
BJ; Saxes. J cts., :tt.. asd Jl, H4.
.mi mm by ill xfraUMi t.
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