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0 i j. i J ii 3 cliff IF" t 'J& l j.". 4B (Vl I.) ; . 1 $ -9$ V aUIOK TIME TO tST. I.OUIS, VOL. XXXIII. JASHVIDLE, TENNESSEE, FRIDAY, APRIL 12, 1867. NO. US. t -iiiMi Liin w i I m 1 1 u iTriivr v " n iif j filii ml i i ill. , i JpSqi.V.VATI, AND THE EAST. Unity TUroncIi 'Trnlim, Jinking . .. - ' -w ... , irmt ouinTiniB.1 1 uiuuTiim lar ;ihc limit, West and North. COMMBKOIKa JAN&AltY 27, 1ST. Trains will run as renews : No. S. , S9A M reen, Sj0 A M 0.4. Leave NatJdllle i sjspm MSPM S P M IhW A Jn 1:09 ; F M AND NORTH. '3To. I. No;J5:No.,tf. LeveLeSrevll jm sfcP.M an a Arrive ruraa Arrive (ThWora A M fcOO PM IftlB P m at lbuw. A M 10 PM 1.-4SA M EAST. No. I. No. 2. Leave LevieviMe Arrire at Indianapolis " " CjneiBnaii . " " Cleveland " " Bh&Io " " PluibW -" ' IWlfinere " " Washington " " PHlajiJphIa " " New fork 1-M T M 9:30 P M 7:00 P M 4:1S A M P M &15 A M &15 AM 3.50 P M ldft P M 10:40 P M 10:3s A M 9.30 P M 1130 A M IsOO P M TR AM MP M &M) P M " Be OS-Steamers of U. 8. Mail Lino leave Louln ville daily at 10 a. M. sod 4 r. ., arriving in CineiBnaU in time to take early morning trains for the Rait. , Passenger -sar attached- to freight traitrt Leaves FrankHn, Ky., at 79 i, v., and Gallatin at feM a. m.. arriving in Nashville atll:W a. u. Leave NashvRle at M0 r. if., arrives at Galla tin 640 r- u and at Franklin ftOl r. v. ALBERT KINK, General Superintendent L. A N. It. H. derfi Nashville and Chattanooga RAILROAD, CHANGE OF TOfE. Two Dnlly Trnlim Lenve Nnhvllln for AVnsiiliiKtoii, Now York,, nnd nil 1'olnts Hast niitlNoulli. Clone Connections Mndc nt Clmttn mwijjn Morning; nnd Eve ning "" nI' Enatcrn nnd iHonlhrrn CltiCfC Ornnt er QtftKAh BopreiHTBxnKirr. 1 NiBHVILtE & CHATTAlftHNjA RAILROAD, Nashville. Tenn.. Jan. 27. 187.) ON AND AFTER SUNDAY, JAN. 27, 1K07, and until farther iiotice, Pasicngcr train will run aa follow : Leave Nashville for Waihlnpton, Now York, Atlanta. Maoon, Montgomery, Aujrwta, Savan nah, New Orleans and Mobile at 5:00 a. u. and &:0C r. u arriving In Chattanooea nt 2:00 A. V. and 2:00 r. u. ; boUl Traiiui inakioz elene con nections at OhattaneoKa with iMot Tennewoo t Oeorgia and Western it Atlantic Railroad Trains. Retnrninr. leavo Cbattanooca at 7:40 x. m. and 7:40 r. v uixin arriralof E. T. A (la. and W.iA. Trains, arriving; in Nashvlllo at 4:30 A.M. and 4:90 r.M. Elrcntit;inlnco Nlceplnp Cnrn on nil Night PiMwenjrcr Trnln'i. Shklbtville AoooinionATioN Leaves 8hel bvvtlle fr.M a. it. and 12:50 P. u arriving in Nashville 11:10 a. u. and 4:30 -. w. Leaves Nashville for SholbyvillefcOOA. u.aml.VOOp. v.. arrivlnc in Sbclbyville ihOO a. m. and 1:05 r. it. NnMliTllln nml NortliwMtorn Hnllronil. Passkxobr Train Leaves Knshvltie 3:00 p- u.; arrives nt Johneenrillo tMW p. u. Leaves .lobnwnrlllo 4.-00 a. m.; arrives at Nwthvilo IWJOa.u. W. I. INNKS, flwil 8ait. il. A C. and n. M. It. K J. W. BROWN, (lea'l Paw Acent, aB2S tf. , " NASHVILLE & DECATUR AIL Great Oontral All Rail Routo NOVTII AX1) SOUTHWEST. Two I)nllyTliriu(ili I'nutimnirerTmlnH, iiinklni; direct coiitiretloiilu ntlern titrwllli Memphis) nml hnrle. ton Knllronil, for nil I'olnti Noil tli nnd Southwest. Tltronph io Moniplils Without Chnno or Cars. 10M M KNOINO J AN OAKY ST.liW. TRAINS V i will run its fellnwst tDRAINS SOUTH. TRAIN NO 1. TRAIN NO. 2. 7:30 p. v. 2: IS a. u. 7:4 A. U. 8:.V. a. w. 11:31 a. v, 2:90 p. M. Leave Naahvttle- Arrive I)eeatr- ' HunUrlllo TdB A. M. 100 p. . 7ttt p. w. " Cerinth " Ornnd Junatien " .Memphis . 8S p. x. .11:37 r. v. : a. m. TRAINS NORTH, KO. 1. Leave MeHiihk.- 7:Q0r.x. Leave liuntsviTle.. 08a. m. Leave llMfltur.-tblS a. h. Arrivn N.i(Jit11I i-40 p. V. 7fA. M. 1:8S r. M. Mft p. M. Jt40 A. V. Train No. 2 South connoets at Decatnr for HuDtsvUle; at Cerinth with Mobilo and Ohio R. R. Ik Selwa. Mobilo and Intermediate point, psflneetaat Grand Junction with Miss. Cnntwl R. R. Ilr New Orleans and Intermediate Train No. 1 South connect at Deeatur for HunUville, Memphis and intermediate paints. Train No.t Nrth connects at Nashville with Ix)uistllle and Nashville Railroad, far the hast. North and rthwwU.od with N. Cjtand N. A N. W. n K. & K. Railroads, for all poinU un those lines. . ... Train No. J South and No. 1 North run dally Train No. 1 South and No. 2 North run daily cxrept Sunday. Splendid Sleeping Car Ai inched to nil Niht Train. Columbia Arroinitiodntlnn Train Ilnlly, except Niuidn . Leaves Columbia at CJS a. m. Arrives nt Nashville at S0 a. M. VM) A. X. : S: la wflirun Leave Nashville at,......... - Arrives at ColamWa at The Columbia .eeennodation Trala wflajan on the above time perBMiiwtly frera Jjear to year, except itMiAaiijpuHsciswue w "!' ure frera NashvHle wlfibe wt. m.. lnted of 4.00 r. x. For thresh Tieket ami oifeer inbrmntion, Hease apply at the effiee of the Nashville City Tranrfer Cpaay. Northeast eWTier of Summer and Chare! Mreett. and at the Broad Street Depot. Nashville, Tennessee. J. IL VAN fcYNK, juaV General PJBtendent ZOIsiili)oFFJBRilOMK AND 0TI1KR VALOABLS PROPERTY AT PKITATE SALE. TN rinlTANCK OF DECKERS OF Till Cbaoeery Court, I ew at private eale Gen. Z.'llieofler's reaideneeim lluth street; The Hoyd MVsrT llo MSuramer street: And other vawWWe property. Parties deslrinc W pHrch4 will he fully in fonaeil as Htwwt. c4M upon aiHHattD te Me attbaCeVrt Hem. MORTON K. 1101VKLL. feblO Oetk and MaMer. 4o AR1Y11STEA.D & WOODS, WMOI.KOALK AB irtlll DRAI.rR8 IN Staple and Fancy Groceries, xo. :i pantic square, NASHVILLE. TN STORK AND FOR &ALK A COMPLBTK. 0HT" NAKHVJ1.I.V. NTItKHT IL11K n lttKI.-Ut faHber wotw. psefJ fan obtain tickets at the totlow iwRJ ,Lklel4. at PoetotEc- UiWiSki; M ,SJ Krur Store. Cherry strt : Cwapam M. h. urtoM Ticket JorUo DolUf. hen passers Par in tax NjrvOy UrjwUI l.o ten .-ewu. and 'K' '"u ui -Yn! their own eke. 0def,wiM has Wly, n the . D HOal jtt. WASTMIK r Ann POUND! qf ix)ico.-v; 5 (JUU wH inr the lest asarW ieehr toU. . 2teerfM-at Nu m derff tf" LESTER A CO. PUIDAY, AIMtll 12. IS87. Lkrgest Circnlatlon in City aud Slate. THE OLD IJOMINfON. RecotiKtrnctlon Under the Force Bill Tite Negroes) ConscrTntlvc Itndlcnl MlMwIonnriest Uecolre the Cold Khoul. dr The VulTcrslly or Virginia A'ppronchlas: Commencement The JelTerson SUitue, etc., etc Cerres)eadence of the Union nnd Dispatch. Usivbhsity op VinanoA, April C, 18(J7, Udntrary to the expectation of the Kadit cals of that portion of Virginia, (of whonl there are but far,) the negroes, so far, have expressed their determination to support no candidate lor onice in the coming elec tions. lookinc td the reorganization of the State, except those distinguished for their souna Conservative principles. This sen timent seems to pervade the minds of a majority of the negroes throughopt the State, .there are no exceptions, save ir( tha cities. It is only tliere that the insidi ous indoctrinations of liadical incendiaries and Radical school-marms has been able to bias and pervert the minds of the negroes. Some time since a negro came to this place, (Charlottesville.) from Philadelphia. and advertised to lecture the negroes on the science (?) of phrenology, at fifceen cents a head doors to be closed! Instead of giving his sable auditory a lecture as ad vcrtised, he lectured them as to how they must vote in the pending elections; and also expounded to them the reconstruc tion bill." The negroea acknowledged themselves gold; and their would-be wise counselor; absconded with as little ceremony as posi sible. for fear of their indignation. NotJ withstanding the illiteracy of the negroes' they arc sensitive and somevrhat selfish generally as to where their counselors shall come from. They look with a jealous eve upon those missionary negroes who comej from the Aorta; and are frank to denounce them as bigots and upstarts. Generally these appellations are not ill-timed. This importation of counsel from Radi calism, seems to have been done at the inetance of some Radical knaves of this, county, with a view to biasing the minds of the negroes as to his real statns under tile . reconstruction bill," but Ihc effort has proved abortive. The negroes have solici ted some of the best men of the country to address them on the issues of thehour; and! earnestly seek to know whatcourse to pursue1 no as to insure harmony and the interest of the country at.large. There was a large meeting of the ne groes last evening in this place, which was. addressed by some of the best men of the ' town. Speeches were also made by some of the negroes in which they expressed their gratifloation for the interest manifest ed by the speakers of the occasion, and the 1 whites generally, in their behalf. They openly declare that it was their intention to Ptand by Virginia so far as they know, in the pending elections; and that nothing could induce them to listen to the voice of those who come from a distance to lecture them. In their former masters they con fided for advice and counsel as to what course they should pursue. The meeting was orderly and highly Commendable to the negro. We hear of like meetings throughout the State, which is conclusive proof that the Radicals have added strength to a party or an element which they sought to crush. When the reorganization of the State does take place, or an effort is made to tins end, there is no doubt but what its Legislative bodies will be made up of the right material the Conservative element of the State. This afliliation is something new, but if the issue is met in the sight npirit, it will pave the way to a glorious triHtnpn the utter discomliture of Radi calism, so far as this State is concerned. Should the South evince a like spirit gen erally, it will rob lankee Jacobinism of its artillery. ; IndeiMmdent of the politico! disquiet of the couutry, its people are cheerful and hopc- iui. x-vcnpoiiiics, to me iarmers aim rttu reconstruction men of the country, is a pource of but little attraction. Recnpera; tion of the farmingand educational interests of the country are the topics that interest them. Notwithstanding the severity of the winter, which is pronounced thescverest in the memory of the . oldest citizens, the farms present a hopeful aspect. Wheat is prom ising; so is clover and grass. Snow lay on the ground here from the 15th of Decem ber to March 23d. An immense quantity of rain fell about the breaking lip of the snow. The weather is balmy and refresh ing at present. The papers of this morning announce, the death of the Hon. G. W. Randolph, late Secretary of War of the Confederate Slates. He returned last summer from' Europe wherche had been for the recupera-l tion of his health. It seems that hisv travels contributed nothing to his beneGt, even when combined with its most skillful medioal treatment. Ah a statesman arid warrior Virginia had no superior'. His reputation as a cabinet officer, under Mr. Davis, is a living monument to his memory. He died of consumption, at his brother's, some three miles from this place on Wed nesday last, and was buried this morning, by the side of his immortal uncle, Thomas Jefferson, at Monteccllo. A large number of citizens attended his burial. Thus fall our great men in the prime of life. The general topie of conversation among the students is the commencement exercises of the present term, whieh takes place on the last of June. Notwithstanding one third of the eoseion is to come yet, still six months confinement to close study tries the physical man, and prostrates in a great degree the ardant and dntiful student. There are four hundred and ninety at tending lectures at present. The attend ance is flattering, indeed, when the finan cial and political status of the country is taken into consideration. It is not known to a certainty whether the marble bust of JelTerson will be erected in the University this term or not. The hope ef its erection is anticipated with much interest by the people of Virginia, and the admirers of Mr. JefTerton Mr. Jno.O. Lea, son of Hon. Jno. d. Loa, of your city, who has been attending the law school here, is now lying danger ously ill with flux, but little hope is enter tained of lik recovery. He has been a clone student, and was much admired for his application anil talents. Too cloe applications has contributed to make the di!ase which has prostrated him more malignant. AI. J.iCKKO.V COUNTY. The meeting in Jackton county on the let int. wa large awl harmonious. A full delegation was appointed to the State con vention on the l&th inst,; and Hon. John S- Brien and Maj. J. S. Brwwford were appointed proxies, should the delegates sail to attend. The choice of the meeting for a Guber natorial candidate wss expressed a follows: "Resolved, That Hon. Wra. R. Camp Ih11, of Wilson county, is our choice lor Governor of Temwsisee, ard that wfr dele gates are instructed to iwe their influonce te secure hi iMMniiiation, having the ut most oonudetK in hi integrity, ami be lieving him to W not only eminently quali fW for the poaltion whieh ' he "ha ably AIU1 in time past, tat aUo the bmm avail able man of the Conservative Union nartv -how In thebaic," On the Mibject pf the Congreosioual nomi HftlioM, the meetiitf took the following ac tMM, which 'w worthy of the attention of the ottter aOttMlif in the district: "Reaolretl, Thatwe recommend the hold ing T a filstrkt oWfventlon atKaihvllle by the iMegate from this Cangre&uonal dWriet at the same time ef the holding of .the, JState convention, to nominate a candid .nfe fnr fVmrrrpftil. "Resolved, That J. M. Hughes, of Mc- Minnville, is, in our opinion, a very guita hln man tn renresent us 5n Conoxp". lint - - i - p j that- qur delegates attend the district con- J UU MVliJ, Jti Ats fcta. U'U AiAill lAIMUiwACU JJ A Si stroctlons, and that we will cheerfully abide lnecisipn, wnatever u may ne." . f Exirhctst 'from ItTie4 lMnry or n 'Con federate. 1'rlsoner. ' In about a week after our arrival at Camp Chase, we were removed to another, where we were furnished a cabin similar1 to those I have described, and twelve of ns assigned to it. Having the privilege in some degree .of selecting onr room-mates, we selected those whose habits and past associations woulim'ake ns congenial. This we partially succeeded in accomplishing, but it would have been almost a miracle to have found in anyone regiment twelve men whose tastes, habits and acquirements were simi lar. But in forming a mess, when all he menial duties oi the kitchen liad to be per formed: it, wa.s more, essential, to dur-coni' fort to have eomo of the mesa versed in the arts culinary, than in the arts literary. In fact, great' as1 is .Trtir admiration for the "bards sublime" we are no inconstant worshipper at theahrine of enicuru3. The physical man is generally duly considered, when planning a poem or sketching a rof mance. After organizing our mess two were appointed to; cooks ech day. On that day the supremo' -power of the household was vested in them, iiy this means we all soon became prettv good cooks. I never had any great aversion to cook' ing, but I "loathe, abjure, condemn, de spise and hate" dish washing. To have my, delicate hands, which had been accustomed to drive the editor's pen, or writo the law ycr's brief, immersed to, the elbow in greasy uisii-WHier was lo-juy-minu coming aowri from the sublime to the ridiculous; but ic had to be done, and T generally reported "unui.ior amy, or nirea some one to.do. Another inconvenience attending one's! prison life is that of becoming one's own; T . mi v.tl? -c t 1 launurcss. a uib fining oi waening XjneS) own clothes is quite as unpoetic as washing' dishes : vet to a prisoner who has no monev it is a necessity which has to be met and attended to. Some men have the capacity! to adapt themselves to all possible circum-; stances. I acknowledge I have' not that' versatility of genius by which I can adapt1 my sell as well to ttio laundry as to1 the fetudy of light literature or the. classics. Several weeks have now passed and no tidings from the loved ones at home. Can ' it bo that they arc as ignorant of my con dition and health as I am of theirs ? I can only, in the absence of any news from home, lookback through the mist and gloom of the past month and behdld, in my imagination, at the solemn hour of eventide, a fond wife surrounded by her two little children, white her mind is" busy with memory and hope. Ah, how sad must be those lone wintry days of doubt and uncertainty! How gloomy those pictures which crushed hope hangs around the chambers of her repining heart! The future to her must be rayless and starless, and filled with phantoms of joya once tasted, but now fled and gone. Truly "the heart knowetu its own bitter ness." This picture of a wife's sorrow is not overdrawn. It is but the counterpart of the sad images which haunt with terror my own heart. Though separated by a thousand miles, the electric chords of sym pathy, which.hlcnd two hearts in'onc, are yetnnbrokeni ., , . . roe sorrowiui can atone Know mo Berrowtui." Timc rolls apace. A visitor from Nash ville is annoiinced." Heis ushered in, and I recognize the familiar face of my friend, Rer. Dr. II. A cordial shake pf the hand unites us again. A letter yes, a long, precious letter from my beloved wife is handed me. The seal is broken with a tremulous hand, and with a throbbing heart and tear-dimmed eyes four pages are read.' Oh,-how much of love and hope and sorrow were there re corded! Each line was a silver stream issuing from a heart whose pure fountain was deeply stirred, and whose Btillncss was only broken by the faint echo of memory and tears.' ' It may be unmanly to weep. It may not comport with the, deep, lesson's of phy losopny'to be moved t6 "tears, but I thank my God that I have none of that stoicism which forbids a man to weep over the tales of sorrow from a wife to her imprisoned husband. To read of her sorrow, to know that she weeps over my misfortunes, lo feel that even-in my adversity she entwines herself around mo more closely than in life's prosperous hours, is a sufficient apol ogy for my weaknesj. When perusing the Bad transcript of Cher heart I could feel doubly spre that . "Sho loved me for tho daOcors through which I tiful past. And I loved her that she did pity them," A spirit of heroism as lofty as that which animated the heart of modern Roland on the scaffold breathed through every line. There was no spirit of submission, no crouching before the imperious tread of the invader, no servile admiration of our country's oppressors found utterance' in her letter. A calm, horoic defiance, trusting in the justice of our cause, gave dignity to every line. Such letters are jnvaluable to a prisoner; they build uphis hopes, intensify his zeal and infuse into his spirit that courage which has in every age proven that woman is the tutelar divinity of free dom. Now that the line of communication is open to Nashville we anticipate great plea sure in writing and receiving letters from home. One month have these walls held me a prisoner, a month of thought and sorrow. I have learned that in prison we have a lino opportunity to philosophize on thin resolution, and comprehend, in its fullest significance, the consequences that are to result to the South should she prove un successful in this conflict of arms. Those who are .enjoying the quietude of home, or even those in the camp confront ing the enemy, are not so apt to look so closely at the result of this war in its effects upon tho happiness or enslavement of the South. ' j j Every movement of the army, every strategic move in a campaign, is watched with intense interest, and is criticised with a freedom which a veteran of a hundred battles would hardly assume. Each man has his peculiar plan for a campaign. Many think Beauregard is somewhat of a military man, yet thq can see great errors he has committed in some points of stra tegy. They cannot forbear a pungent criticism on a certain want of military foresight, because they have been looking at that point themselves and are much surprised that he had not observed, it. If a maneuvre is well executed, or a battle is a perfect success, it was in exact accordance with thtir cwrn plans, which they had' of coarse eftcn spoken of to their fellow prisoners. ' The little dash of Stonewall Jackson on Banks, which drove him in confusion on his copitol, was anticipated and foretold by our military critics. Bnt in justice to our Generals, their prophecies never come to light till afltr the event transpired. Moat men like lo say, "ItoiA yrtw JO.'' In prison every man is a military man and mo-it ef them are Generals. One man prides hisMelf on his military prescience, another on hia strategy, another on his powera of combination. One thinks he has a good degree of the Napoleonic dash and another thinks he excels all others in that great element of generalship, a well ordered and executed retreat Iu.prison, a mari whb cann6t maneuvre an army, plan a campaign or beleaguer a city, is h'.T eorwideml of medium respectability. There are more'Wtllbs foftglit in tSrisort than all of our Generals ; ever heard of. Tiatrue we have none of those "real bayonet charges" of Gen. McClellan.yet we shed as much blood'with onr thrice-armed tongue as he did in those "real charges,1' We hear every day of redoubts stormed, of batteries taken amid'al .storm of iron Hail, of broken columns, of shattered phalanxes, of fieejng ana lerror-sincKen squaurons ami oi many prisoners. Truly prisoners area belligerent set. Torfimately for us there are no wiSow'S moans or orphan's tears over-these bloodies.? battles. BY TELEGRAPH. i i' . d. - s ,NOON JXaPAJJ0CSOE19, - ' -if NEW YOBK DISPATCH US. Petition of Georgia Not . to be Vre sented Quarterly Statement of the Nntlonnl' Banks- Nomination Re. Jected Health of tho President Xtallsimentri for Jlaxlmlllan In Culm etc,, etc. New York, April 11. Thfe Time says: The Georgia injunction petition wil not be presented until the Supreme Court disposes of that from Mississippi. 1 t rni i i .... . if vi York city national banks, bIiows a de crease of $25,000,000 in' their -resources; compared with the January statement. ' John P. Stockton, was yesterday rejected as Minister to Austria. ' President Johnson is unable to attend 'to his official duties, owing to an affection of the liver which requires he should be kept Ane ratification of the Russian treaty is to be exchanged at Washington before JunodUtli or the treaty fails. The money . 1 1 . .1 ., iti io ue pam wiinin ten monms aiier ine ratiucation. After a promise to our government bv the Captain General of Cnba, that enlist ments in Havana for Maximilian should be stopped, two hundred more enlistments have been made, and the government has taken the matter urn Xfie inbune'8 special -says the.two. Sena tors who voted against the Russian treaty were Feasenden and Terry, , Unci Justice Chase has turned overfall tho applications for appointments to regis terships under the bankrupt law. to Mar shall Parsons- The friends of Thaddeus Stevens state that he has not been so ill as stated. ' and that ha is now well again. Ji nomas (sterling, a broker in New York. has been arrested at his residence in Brooke lyn. by the United States detectives, on a charge of forgery. His modtu operandi was to send letters to prominent merchants, and in tms way obtain their signatures to be used to forged checks. Jim fowier, ot uosion, bas published a challenge to Aaron Jones, of this city, to fight him for one thousand dollars a side. About uve o'clock, last evening a'ma'n named Francis H. Fay, residing at No.GGG Sixth avenue, committed suicide, by shoot ing himself through the mouth with a .re volver. Iftath resulted In f went v minutes. Deceased had been suffering from consump tion ior some time. Two eirls. acred fifteen and sixteen vears. named Elizabeth and Rosana McDonnell, attempted to commit suicide with lauda num yesterday, because the father of the latter had forbidden her to associate with the former. They are likely to recover." EUROPEAN SEWS. Europe Preparing for War-Destitu. tion Among: tho Fen tans Cunning: Diplomacy of Illsmnrk. London, April 10 r. m. The Spanish eoyernnlenf.Tefuses iogrield to the demands roatle by'England for indemnity and satis faction in the case of the steamer Tornado. PakiSi April 10. Tho Belgian Minister of War' states that France is having 480, 000 breech-loading muskets manufactured. The arsenals in Prussia, are actively at work. Austria is having six hundred thousand muskets converted into breech loaders. England willhave three hundred and fifty thousand similarly converted by the end of the year. Russia is transferring six hundred thousand. Denmark, Holland Switzerland, Italy, Spain, Portugal, Greece and Belgium are all engaged in warlike preparations. Athens,' 'April 10, it. The 'Sultan threatens to declare war against Greece on account of the continuance of insurrection ary troubles on the Turkish frontiers. Portland, April 10. By .the steamer Peruvian, Liverpool' 28th, we learn that destructive floods have occurred in. Wick low county, Ireland, and North Yorkshire, England. Destitution and want are said1 to prevail to a very painful extent among the people engaged in the late Fenian rising in the South of Ireland. The grand jury of the General Sessions have indicted a number of men who participated in the disturbance on St. Patrick's day for felonious assaults and for misdemeanors and riot. The ac cused parties have all been admitted to bail. It is said that negotiations between France and Holland, for the cession of Luxemburg, were progressing favorably, when Count Bismark skillfully succeeded in suspending the bargain, by calling the attention of the Dutch government to the existence of certain claims of the late, Ger? man Confederation upon the Ducal govern ment of Luxemburg for unpaid federal contributions and for different fortifications, and the fact that Prussia, the legal succes sor of the Confederation, would consider any disposal of Luxemburg by Holland to a third party as an infraction' of those claims. This protest had prevented any engagement with the French government. A general organization of the Christians , resident in the eastern provinces of Turkey and Greece, had been conpleted against (he Sultan, and that a war, in which the power of the Porte in Europe would be destroyed, was inevitable. It was rumored that the King of Prussia would visit the Paris Exposition in May. THE SPRING TRADE AND ITS LEGISLATIVE ADVANTAGES. FUItMAS, GREEN & CO., WHOLESALE Dry Goods,- 49 PUBLIC SQUA0RE, X A 3 H V.ILL E. WE ESPECIALLY CALL THE ATTBN- tion of the Trade to oar FRBSU STOCK, purchased recently under the most favorable oirenmjtance for eath. Particular attention has been given in the leleitlon of coodl sal tab! a for the demands of both the CITY ASI) CODXTRY TRADE. In prices, wo puarantee a favorable comparison with any Northern market. . , Byarceent act of our Legislature, all Mer chants PurehnalnR- SJouda In ohll!e -Art Exempt from fnrther Male Taxa. tion, and the State Tax heretofore imposed tipen W110LBSALK MKnCHAXTS has been CthiiXf radufed, aad we cordially. cr&aL.oar. p&troM an the advantage act ruing from this salutary legislation. We kee' constantly on hand a full supply of all kinds of DOMESTIC GOODS. ! We are the rieArtnUln thkr city for th Gallatin , . . COTTGar YAENS AND BATTING; ! Tcnncwaee Premium Nucetlnc nnd I Oannbui-jre. siaxl4$m FURWAJf, (1REE.V A CO. Eemova Graigheadj::Breast"i Gibson, EXCLUSIVE! WHOLESALE ; DEALERS Hardware, ... -;it - . 'J i . t t - 'oreiiia'Eifc NO. 41 PUBLIC SQUARE. THE TRADE IS RESPECTFULLY NOTI Sed that to supply a want long needed in Iftshville,.we have embarked in the EXCLUSIVE JOBBING TRADE H. A -R-D WlA. EE. !.!' 1 y And that wo are, now removing to the elegant ana commouious nouse. tf. 41 PUBLIC SQUARE ' (Hicks Bloek.) Where we will be plcasal to geo our friendj and 1 1. . i ,, 1 iue iiuuti Kcueroiiy. xa&rzi lm SPRING MEETING Nashville Blood Horse ASSOCIATION, 18G7. rpUE FOLLOWING STATCES WERE PRO- jt. ikjbcu uuu ciuseu wiia iuc luiiuwuiff cmnes . First liny Tuesday, Mny 7th, 1807, YOTTSO AMERICA STAKE FOR 2 YEAR OLDS Dash three-quarters of a mile ; $25 p.p., the .Association, to add S100. . 1st. F. Biasick names b. c. "Ilaiard," by Lex ington, dam Heads-1-say by Glencoo. laid. t . Uisstck names b. c. i'nt JuuIIoy, by Lexington, dam Qloriana, by Eclipse. 3d. A. Barnes names. Ii. 1. "(?himegette " bv Jim Roger's, dam Angelirie by imp. Albion. 4th. U. W. Darden names br. a "Repeater." by Avalanche, dam Lady Berry by Sovereign.' iUh. Johnson & Dcusla3-names'blk. f. by imp. Miky Free,1 dam Ada Tevis. . "6th. Klciaer' Ic Craig, names ch. c. Jim Mc Ouflin, by Bulletin, dam by Ambassador. SAME DAT SKCOXD RACK. ASSOCIATED PURSE S300. Milo heats. Hceonil nnyWetlnesdny, Mny 8lh. GREEN STAKE For 3 rear olds, that never appeared in public up to Januarylst, 18G7i Milo heats, $50 p. p.. the Association to odd $300. 1st. F.Bissickname3ch.c "Patrician" by Hia watha, dam Olorianna by Eclipse. ' 2nd. F. Bissick names ch f. Mazcie Hunter." by imp. Australian, dam Hoads-I-say: by imp. Uioncoc; 3d. G. W. Darden names s.c. by Highlander, dam Ellen Dalo by Shamrock. Itli. Kloiscr & Uraig names a. f. by Jack Ma Ione. dam by Arabian horse Saklowie. 5th..A. C. Franklin names ch. f. "Vfola"by Jack Malone, dam by son of Wagner. Ctb. lir.V. W. Ureenueld names s.c. by Bleak Wind, dam Prairie Flower, by imp. Albion, SECOND HAGS 3AMK. DAT. INVITATION STAKE-For all uses two mile heats. S100 p. p., the Association to add $1000; the second horce to get ono-halr the entrance money. 1st. A. Barnes names b.f. "Lantana." by Cant. Elcee, duru'Aceline. by imp. Albion, 4 years old. 2nd. O. AV. Darden namess.g. "Gondolier," by Commodore, dam by imp. Ainderby, 5 years old. 3d. J ohnsnn & Douglas names ch.c. "Muggins" bv Jack Malonc. dam Fannie McAllister. 4 years old. 4tn. Jonnson x unugias names cn.c. uukooi Orleans," by Jack Malone, dam by Wagner, 4 years old, 5th. W. W. Shuto names gr f. "Cordova." by Lightning, dam Klolse, by Ebony, 4 years old. bin. a. U. Aloore names b. h. Beacon, by Lexington, dam Bay Leaf, bv imp. Yorkshire. 0 years old. Tlilrtl Dny Thuradny, Mny Otli. CUMBERLAND STAKE. NO. l.-For three year olds, mile heats ; $100 entrance, iU) forfeit. me Associauun iu uuu smai. 1st. F. Bissick names ch. c. "Patrician." bv Hiawatha, dam Olorianna, by imp. Eellpo. ington, dam Beliamiro, by Monarch. .id. A. uarnes names b. t. i'eytoim liarry uy Jim Kogers. dam Angeline by imp. Albion. 4th. Johnson i Douglas names s.f. "Sadowa," by Jack Malone.dam ben Breeze by imp. Albion. 5th. T. O.Meore names b. I. "Fannie Chent ham," by Lexington, dam Laura, by Leviathan, SECOND RACE SAUK DAT. ASSOCIATION PURSE $500. Mile hoats. Three beat in five. Fourth Day -Friday, Mny loth. ASSOCIATION PURSE-JflOO for a dash of three miles. Fifth nySntnrtiny,Mny 11th. CUMBERLAND STAKE. NO. 2.-For 3 year olds, two mile heats; $100 entrance, $50 forfeit, the Association to add $500. 1st. F. Bissick names ch. c. "Patrician,", by Hiawatha dam GloriiSm, by Eclipse. 2nd. F. Bissick names eh. f. "Mnggiellunt -r." by imp. Australian, dam Ueads-I-say, by imp. Glencoo. 3d. Johnson A' Douglass names s.f. "Sadowa." by Jack Malone, dam Sea Breeze, by imp. Albion. . 4th. Dr. C. W.OreenfielJnamMs.c. by Bleak Wind, dam Prairie Flower, by imp. Albion. 5th. T. f. Mooro names b. f. "Fannie Cheat ham," by Lexington, dam Laura, by Leviathan. SCCOXD BAOE 3AUK DAT. ASSOCIATION PURSE Handicap for beaten horses. $300. mile heats. II. r. contun.1 Pre. GEO. W. HARDEN', Sec'y. mh31 td - jE;T N A LIFE INSURANCE CO. Hartford, Connecticut, AS8C,a, '-"".rJSSOO.OOO ineonforyenrnd 522,935 l And .Pollelee Ianel,J 14, ISO j . ,i 1 Nashville Agenov: 361 College W. I. TALuOTT, 'tyf, n I tlenernl Acent. ' Resident Acent, IN. B. This Company has uniformly mad ii Iroent larger Annual Diridends than any other life InsaraneeCompany represented In this Stale sep2-tf Eemoval andilfewliite'r.esti r , FKEEjrAsr a- co.iiAve pubI .TV; chased ef W. F. BANG. Jr., his" interest in th,e,Brm of DORM AN A BANG, and removed their stock of WALL PAPER to the spacious MUSIC HOUSE, '' MASONIC TEMPLE, 81 GHUBCILST 'The- twoTiranches of "business'' will bo kept distinct. The jrtJSIOAX IEPATlrE'T, conducted by R. Dorman and others skilled in the business, will btrunder thonamoimd'styleot DORHLiN & FREEMAN; THE " ! "Wall-Paper Department Jtllhfioconducted by nJt. BR JF.REEM AN Our GILT WORKS. MIRRORS. i H110HT.RAI3 JViiD'jPiaTORK&Ri ile , ..ARTISTS' JIATKRIALSJ Frencli iid American Picture Glass, LOOKING GLASS, PLATES, ETC.. Have been removed to 78 North Cherry Street, (Colonnoilo Building.) Detent v Our senior partner.. W. FREEMAN, will re main in Philadelphia, Pa., to pnrchasa feoojls lor bow uousca. v e nope to receive, ana will do our best to merit a continuance of the public- patronage. jan27-tf V. FREEMAN CO, THE BEAUTIFinL, S- SIMPLE, Q.UIET, DURA It I.E. "6! GREAT RANGE OF WORK, .j FOUR DIFFERENT STITCUEf. Reversible Feed. Seir-AuJnstliiK Stiuttle Tension. THE LATEST IMPROVED AND BEST' CORDER, TUCKER, IIESIMEK, FEL LER AND BRAIDER, (1111111"!? Gangre with Ehcb fncliliie. Tho bnly Machine that will Gather and Sejv on at the same time' by simply , .' lengthening- the Stitch. ' "' 1 Every Blnehinc Warranted.: i jPxicea samo as other first-class Machines.. at. (Jcncrnl Agency. ,, , . , New No. 34 North Che'rry-sl. Also, General Agency for the ''''', Howe Sewing Machiiiesj Which for manufacturing purposes cannot .be equal ed i MACHINES OF ALL KINDS REPAIRED A2tU lYAlUlAi,TJil UUUISK. 11). All kinds of Family Sewing done to order at the Florence and the Howe Agencies. NO. 31 (old No.lT) CHERRY STREET. camp & EiTtioirr' fcblC GENERAL AGENTS. New York and Bremen Stenm Ship Coiuxaiij'. mllE FIRST-CLASS U. S. MAIL STEAM 1 ship ATLANTIC, Cha. HAokr, Master, will leavo Pier 46, N. K., SATURDAY. April 6, nt 8 o'clock a. a., lor SOUTHAMPTON AND BRE MEN, taking passengers to SuuthamptonLo,n7 don, Havre and Bremen a the following rutegj payable in gold, or its equivalent in currency; First cabin, $110; second cabin, Sffi; steer age, $35.' from lircmen, boutnampton. llavro, to iNcw Yorki First cabin. $110: second cabin. $75: steerage, $43. jf Excursion tickets, out and'homo : Fir.t cabin, $210; second cabin. $130: steerage, $70. AIAAiTlU, Uttpt. A. Ii. J05C3, Will lollOW April 20. Furthor departures from New York: Mny 4, June 1, June 15, Juno 29, July 20. . ISAAOTAtLOR.Presictenl: marl2 tf 40 Broadway. NewiYork. G. E. WESSEL & SONS, Wholesale Bakers and Confectioners, Nos. 43 anil 43 Union Street, Nnnh vllle, Tenn., RESPECTFULLY INFORM THEIR friends and patrons that they have reduced the wholesale pricoj of Candy and Crackers to the following: Common Stick1 Caridv. 20c. her lb'.: Fino Fancv Candios, 25c. and upwards; Batter Crackers, Ty tho barrel or box, 10c. per lb. ; Soda Crackers, by the barrel or box, 10c, per lb.: Pio-Nio Crackers, by the barrel, lOJc. per lb.; Pilot Brood, by tho barrel, 8c per lb. 4 Wo aro also making a fino quality of Broad, which our wagons are ready to deliver to any part of tho city. General Dealers in Fino Im ported Teas, Wines and Liquors. Scotch Ales' and London Porter. Also, Fruits, Nuts, Itaisins. Pickles, Oysters, Sardines, Catsups, Sauces, Cheese, etc., etc., whlchwo aro offering; at greatly reduced prices, and to whieh we invite the at tention of the trade. fob2l-3m . II. WESSEI. fc SONS. THOMPSON'S RESTAURANT, Comer College and Union Streets EO. THOMP30K WOULD INFOIW HIS friendj and the public that he bss Just fit tod up and opened an fl'gant Restaurant over his Silooti. where gentlemen will flmt at all tloies not only tlx best the aonw market afford, bnt lo the Mat ot everyililng from . dintane - uaviog pro enred the serrlcxs of a flrat'-rate cook, and from my long experience in hotel buities, I feel conBdent of being able to pleua custoinurs, Freeh Oysters received deJly eerred np in any style '' fresh Oame always on iwars on hend. nov4-ly IS. O. THOMPSON, Proprietor. rTNDERTAKERS FOR CITY AND "I K U rounding country Dealers in METALLIC BURIAL CASES. Office-No. 13 North aierry Street. Manufactory No. ItB South MnrUet-St. Orders left at either place will be premptly filled. marl2m PETROLEUM:. mUH UNDEBSIGNHD ARE NOW KRK X pared to fill orders far PETROLEUM, CRUDE AND REFINED, the product of Wells in Overton county, Tennes see, at prices lower than the Mne can be ob tained eU ewbere. Every Kind of oil. Illuminating end T.nhriaatinir. furnished at short notice. This Oil has already been largely used, and gives universal satisfaction, as Shown Iry the numerous testimonials received. The illuminating, oil hi xos-KPLoaiTK, and is 20s to 30 higher than the government fire test- . . STONE A" nEFLEBOWER. Agent. mar6-tf OT erth Cberry sL A. & W, RAMIE, NO. 21 IXOAI STREET, Between Market and College ifoteU, WnoLESALE BAKERS AND CON FE47TIONERN. .MmHftntrer of all kinds of Candies, Crackers. Cakes and Bread, Dealers in alt kinds of r rolls. Nuts, Kauin-i ami Sardines, Oysters, Canned FralU, Bitkles. Toys, Notions, etc., etc. The attention of the eity and coantry mer ehantjrespeetln.ly solicited. . WM. KEBUAS.Sal Jesman. A. A W. RANNIE. fb23 ly foii rent; ; npHE BfJILDlNG KNAWN.A8 TH(E 1-Brewery. In Nsrth' NKvTleJfn Jefferson strest, with & large lot and sUblM?' - ' " JAMH6 WHITWORTH.or F. R. CHEATHAM, dec27-lf No. 87 Ne-rth Cherry it R. H. GROOMES & CO., GET A GOOD FIT. Haye Your Shirts Made to Order AT man fix and finish of these sniRTS JL Wo claim to be Superior to any now offered iid uiu uuin. iniaauiuon to our anirt De partment, we keep a superior assortment of - - j 1 Men's Furnishing Goods, DRAWERS,. . . . r ; UNDERSHIRTS, .! ill." . .K - S00KS!' '- ' ' I GLOVES ; .SCARFS. TIT" 6 I. . Bbws. , . handkerchiefs; HATJVB CAJP.8,' And. in fact every thipg jicrfcitnl . ., a gentle man's toilet.' . K.H THOMPSON, V , . (Old No23) 41 Cherry street. jan20-,tf .. .. NATIONAL BANK, OF NASHVILLE, CJoIlCRO Street, near Union, . ., . ' ' ange NEW ypRK,, , f . . i . -. , NEW ORLEANS, .' ' LOUISVILLE, AND it CINCINNATI. aqyernment,S,ecHrUles, Gold and Silter.boucht and soldpn Commission. ' 1 JOHN LUMSDEN; PrcsUent. -. W.,J. THOMAS, Cashier;. oct2l-ly. JonsTrooTK. j..v. naso. s. k. murphy POOTE, NASE & 00., Nos. 17 and 19 West Oolumbia St.", nrNrrtTxrxr a rnr ' ... .. ' t '1 DINT1I.LERN OF COLOGNE,: SPIRITS,' ' ,. , k . ALCOUOLr AND D0KK-3TI0 EIQTJOHS AND WINES. DEALCKS IX OKXCIXE ROBERTSON COUNTY, BOURBON, RYE AND MOXOXGA1II.A WHISKIES. Proprietors of the celebrated brand of Ora go Valley WbisKy. maylS i .y 1 o, o o AORESI O F GH'O I CE Middle Tennessee Lnml 'FOR SAIiE, Wlllilu Seven Miles of Knahvllle, rpHE UNDERSIGNED OFFERS FOR SALE X 1,000 Acres of the Tract of Land on whieh be resides, it u-suseentioie oi convenient divi sion, is exceedingly ncn, aau ii muiwiniij ndapicd to Unwne. One-half of the tract is now in luxuriant grass, the balance in timber, which, by the aid of the Northwestern Railroad, which posses through it, could be sold in Nash ville for moro than the whole land would cost. If you desire one of tho beat Ktoelt Fnrni ever offered for sale in Davidson county, apply at once. I am determined to sell. I offer, also, a large number of Thorough ured Slock several fino Stallions from four to six years old, a few Mares, and a.numbor, of one and two year old Colts some of them ia finf condition ta be trained the next season. It the Stallions are not sold soon, they will be fanned on favorable terms. I also offer for sale a nalr of Thoroncli- L bred Gelding, well matched and broke to Harness. V. u. iiHUinu. December C. 1365. tf The Louisville Courier, Augusta Constitution alist. Mobile Advtrtiser and Register, copy to the amount of $20 and forward bills to this Office. McCLURE'S MUSIC STORE. ESTABLISHED IN 1830. rpHE UNDERSIGNED 13 SOLE AGKNT JL for I'fanes from the renowned Steinway, KnabeA' Co., Dunham, Suebbeler. Gale Co. Marshall & Traver ranging In riee from 9300 toSlooo. The "Parlor Oem," made by Mar shall A Traver. Is a perfect little beauty, and U warranted in every particular, for the low price 0f83.O. The largest and finest nMorfment of American Organs. Sheet Music, Music Books, and general musical-merchandise In the) South, whieh Is being daily augmented. . . . .. - - Thosftdealiag with us wjlUniuroa saving of the transportation over parti) Kiy Irlf In New York and largo eities at a distance, as we jell preoiiely at Factory prices; besides war ranting all Pianos and Organs from our estab lishments Orders I rota a distance promptly filled, and Music mailed free of postage. Planes and all krnd. Of Musical Instruments tuned and repaired by 8. Ilahn. Order ,UR with us will be promptly attended I to. JAN. A. McCLURE. Muiie Publisher, tnarlT 3m aa Oarori Street. SUGAR, COFFEE . . AND MOLASSES, 1000 Ms. fait to choice 1?. 0. Sugar ; 600' barrels l?ew Orleans Molasses ; 500 haifbbls.HewOrleansKolasses; 2000 bajfs fair to oboice Bio Coffee; 150 Mats choice Java.Coffee ; 25 Tierces Prime Carolina Rice; . In rtoro- and'atrivlBg, for "sale by ' NEWCOMB, BUCHANAN dT'c. . 31 ourln Street, , aarL3ea, LOUISVILLE, KY, OHUROH STREET; BAKERY, No 176 (Jhurch Street, si. afenocau ach t. T 'BaFTjrLLY LVFOllM MY FRIENDS i. 'ind'thcTiublie that I cad sappty-thesi with Fr9h Bread anil Roll, meralng and evenbsg, made. of the verv best materials. FamlltM all! tbVrappHed regularly by leaVlnt their orders. line aouruaaai o uases ana l aiiry con 11 Ur on hand. Orders' ilneltiul. and rrtrv- IthlKtijrxErsaffed.to be made.of the Ttry best raitefBis. by superier workmen, saarlz lm l.kssAti'rj' " Designated Depositary and.. Financial Agent 'I lll-conaitionea aores : ..-' of tho United State; J ings,fcroptions,CuUneoua Affeotlonj, .ti, r,rpnr.l tA trin r..ni.w n.nv:. Cqrns.Bnnlons, Chilblains. A( bu3iesS.andfurnUhJlxflhang;on . l-,.LivJ' ? mtea 01 aI"der, - "18 rears established la,NYTCl&lM , " " Only infallible remedlekabwar . ' ,,,, "Free from Poisons." , ' Not dangerous to the Human 7amlll "lUta come oat of their holes to die.',' " Costaes1' Rat Roach, Ac., Ex term' Is a paste used for RaU. Mice, lUatkei. Mack and Jied A nt$. dt dV. "CosrcAB'a" Bed-Bug Eitennlnator -. Is a liquid or wash rued to destroy, aod. . also aj a preventive for ed-Bmjt, dc. . . I ".GaiAR'a Electric Powder fcr liaectf 7 for'lfolXt. 3fb93(M. Fteat, Btt&BuSZ Jiuntt on J'lanlt, Fotoli, Aiimalt.dx, S- II 1 Beware II I of all worthless ImlUtfcas-S3- See that "CosTAaVnameU oneaohBox. Bottle, and Flask, before you bay. 3 Address, HENRY B. COSTAB, AU nralsir .N V ar-SoliiaN(uhTllle.Teaii. , - Bv And ai Druggbts and Retail en everywhere. . ;i li t- to . iu. m .fault's-. . ft -"t: . OOSTAS'S" ' CELEBRATED . ,,.f BU0KTH0M SALVE;, rA tmm. nt.. tirnn..i. tiii .n.. il cers. Broken Breasts, Sore Nipples, Bleeding. il Blind and Painful Piles: Scrotulouj, Putrid and Ulcers, uianduiarwall- Ktnffworm, i; Chapped injects. Animals, Ac, 3te. aj- Boxes S3 eta., 50 cl and 01 ilaea. S Sold by all DrcgtttU everywhere. - And by HENRY R. C03TAR. Depot l BroadwaysiN. Y. SS- And by NashTllle, Tens. ! t '. ii..H K Tim ti ! me wfeS M. - Sv ll if r ' nil. .. 4 MMfe j .-. ,-v- tfi 41st sfSkWearT O O S T A K ' S UNIVERSAL iCORN SOLVENT For Corns, Bunions, Warts. Ac. " 43-BoxrM. S3 cts. SO ctH.. and 81 alaesi. - SoM by all DruggisU everywhere, . . . Broadway, ti- V. . W Arid by NashTllIt. Tsaoi x mti n 4 ,-! '1 t ' .rt ' ' " -, ,41 ! t - iatc ' . ,..1.4 issAi-j : , tntb-wi s , v .' ,4kt ll(s - i . . ... i isV iti tf I 1 tjl "COST A R ' S PREPARATION1 OF Bitter-Sweet and OrangeJT Blossoms . '1ta rot BXACTirriaa the courLsnos. Used to Boflen and Beautify the Skis, r '1 move Freckles. Pimples, Eruptions. Ac. . , Ladies are now using It in prsference to all others. . ,j At - Bottle. 81. 4 , - Sold by all Dnirglst everywhere. 1 - And by HKNRV K. COBTAR. Depot J4t4 Broadway, N. Y. And by- NahvlHe.tfran ' iriii L14A . it , i 1-xissM uv: 1 latwx! j , 7-4 ! 'lfc ... ' ' -' " O O S T A R ' S " ' PECTORAL - OOUGH REMEDY, 4 ForCaufhs. Cld,, Uoarseneas, Sore Throat, Croup, Uheepfng Cough. Inflaeaxa. Asthma, Cottiamptien. tfrenehlal Affections, -and iB Diseases f the Threat and Lungs. ftS- Battles. 25 cU.. M eU.. and f 1 slses. ' 49- SeM hy all Druggists everywhere. lsil 9A- And by HENkY K. CWTAR, Depot Hi a- And by- Nashville TranjM 1 t ?wwsin 3BUk. 1 It t -t :.t -.,-.1 I a , , .t-.'i (Mr si ,JSMf& ' "COSTAR'S!' CELKB RATED BISHOP PILLS' A UNIVERSAL DINNER PILL For Nervous and Stck Headache. CosUreasar Indigestion. DywHa. Blliousaei. Gjnjtrip- 1 tion. Diarrhea. OeNes, Chilli. Fevers, and gene-, ral deraagement of the Digestive Orgaas. i' '' 3,. Soxes. cit- M oU., and 11 siies. ,Rf Broadway, New York. t ... t t3 And by NmstUIs, Teas. dtf-3ai-dAw