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EATl'U'AY. APRIL 14, lM.
LUlSKh AND flEPARTLIB OF THE TEAIXi
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XuAMlt and Decatur Railroad Line,
r- -,th the Memphis, Moral and Xew
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LYa Naab.ii. daily. "VES P.M.'
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lana ittna'D a!
.XTbcndT. Walaaa. and Friday; with Ctina-
!rrita oni Dtparturt of the KolcnsvUkcind
lm Kaahf i!le n Tni1ay, Thursday and Pftt
uraay. KturiiiiK. ieatoa 1 nua on Mcciay, Wad
idy and fnoay. Oi!ioa alU'y Hutei, .at a.da
lunclnuall. Ohio Juat' B. yuaai. 11
eur autlwr.MNl ant to near adieitimeDU aod
aabacnptiona for tha KaiJivilU fiuon.
Ktw Orlcana, l..-Eowi E. Otbhau, of
thetemmrcial Kaadii.g Roorr. ia our autbonaad
apot lo rT adwruaaiwau and aubacnpUona
lor tba A.i'VJ I nula.
Mrmphia, Tenn-D. 1U Tm Co. are
our authond axeola to reeeiT aderUroeiita
and auhacrpt-om for tba HuJnU Vrmm.
Jaaa Hooraa Co , Publibra' Anta. 41 Park
Iiow.New York, ara autlwriawl locontiwct for ad
TrrtlainK ,n ou pa".
Jul, Cot Co . PuUiahera' Agnla, Tribune Uuild
Soita. tork, and Biown'aHn.a Kuiid.on. Phila
delphia, ara autlionted to contract for adyertisioK
In our pafor. '
B. M. Pirraauiu. Co , ruUibra' Agents, 87
park Row. New York, and C Bute atraet, Koaton,
re uitbonaed to contract for advertising in our
Oci Jo Orrici. We are executing every
deac'iptioB of plain nd fancy Job Print
ing in the neatoet style, nd at Ibe loweat
j ricea, at thia office.
Ilarriace Licenaoa and every description
of- Lw- Llanki for suio at lu is ollcc, or
printed to order.
'rties sending Orders to th Job
Department of this Taper will please
write " I'nion illlice" on the lace of
To Milk-men. Milk Tickets (pints snd
qusrU) on different colored card-Uoarda, of
good quality, for sale at tbia ollice.
I'araoxias to hi Kilsasf.u. Oeu. Jobn
ton will, in a few days, iue n order re
leaaing ninety-four military prisonera, at
Nashville, lluutsville and Cbattnooga.
Tbis number, we believe, covers all st tbeae
tbrtepoiuta. Tbis looks like a return to
Ike rule of civil law exclusively.
City Cochcil. The Common Council held
an extra aeaaion last night to finiah the
business left uu6nithed at the mectiDg of
the night before. The great length of the
Legialative proceedings and the Governor's
eaag prevents us from making a de
tailed report. The chief business of public
importance was the concurrence in the reso
lution from the Board of Alderman appoint
ing a joint comruitleo, tocoufer with a simi
lar one from the County Court of Kyidson
ceunty relative o the pesthouso and the
disposal of smallpox patioLts. Tbo com
mittee from this Board consists of Messrs.
Ambrose, Lellyott aod Dunrsn.
Several other minor matters gsve rise to
very len;thy and animated diirusim.u;
lul as tbey io not possets a general iutcr
we omit them.
Ol Tnr.Ta Mrs. Nelson Kneass, one
of the moot popular and doscrving actresses
of the day, Ukes a b. nefit at the Old Thea
ter to-sighl. The firat attraction will to
tba "Widow Tictitn," ta which Mra.
Kneaaa will appear aa Jane CbaUerly, Miss
Kate Fletcher aa Mrs. lilUtoo, Sam Hub
bard as Jerry Chip, aod Harry Everett aa
Byron Trasnaia Feittam Tage. Ri attract
ive a bill tea aeldom been presented to a
JfAVthville audience; and thia, taken in con
SacUoo with the great merits of the benefi
ciary, will -we have no doubt, secures
The performance will close with "Ireland
asTtis," Mrs. Kneass personating Judy
On Monday evening Mr. Wood Benson
takes a benefit.
There will alio be a matiues this sfter-noon-
Mr. Msddern.the leader of the Orchestra,
' took a benefit last night, the audience be
ing fair. Mrs. Mary Slovens, well known
on the Nashville boards, volunteered, and
appeared as Mary Lansdule, in which char
acter her UlcuU shone eoupicuous!y. Her
presence lent additional charms to the
pleasures of the eveninj: aud the fact that
ehewaato appear doubtless added numbers
to the audience.
Ott!i0 Moxsr dhu False rtTicr.
A negr yesterday went into Hasloi-k's
drug atore, on Cedar street, and presented
two counterf.it half dollars, liu-b. he said
he received from that place. Mr. llaalock
had never aeen the negro before, but to
avoid trouble, and a decision like that
gainst a German firm of which we gave
A account eotne days since, be handed
over a dollar, aud sent the negro sway.
A EiXAToaiAL Bt i.i A bill cam from
the Senate to the House yesterday, which
was inteudsd to prohibit the sale of intoxi
cating liquors within two and a half mile
ot a certain academy in Vest Teuueaxcc;
but the drawer, in his anxiety to meet the
i ircnciel of the case, rather overdid the
matter, for be made the bill lo declare it
penal offence f r any person "to te" or Veep
lees quantity than four gallons of liquor,
By this bill, then, avcry innauiiant witoin
a circuit of two and half mile of the
academy ia fiaeable, if he haa not at least
four callous in his bouse. That wouid be
ncoaraging temperance with a vengeauce,
Tai LaBtsa' FaoaiKciAatitTO 1 While
rtrotesltrg 'against all the old woithieea
Deolfifricas new in the market, the Ladios,
with on consent, have adopted the Soio-
dont as the one thing needful to insure
the inlecrHT of tha Ueth and a fragrant
Boat Taisvas. The two boat thieves who
stole a akiff from UoJgcs' ferry a few daye
aieea, tad of worse arreel we have already
given aa account, were yesterday exauiined
before Ejuir Meacham, and sent io jail
, lo await a trial before it. Criminal Court.
xashvilik rsioy rsisms
The Governor'! Special Message.
Statu or Tik., Eoti-tivb Pm'T., I
NasHviu.it, April 13th. lff.. J
OnUfrtKin of lb i-eust and Bou'e cf !. nits
The extraordinary xircnmsUBces under
. ttar (ho tin-
h" V U.?V;,, .? week, risk,
it iissdutv,sa I eon.ive, to send you this
communication, giving such information as
1 ponces concerning tb.e state ot tne gov
Two elections hsve occurred since your
deliberations were broken up by the action
oi a tortion of the Hou-e; the one a general
election of county Cheers on the lid of
March the other a epecial eiect.on of twen
ty-four l;epre;eatat:vcs and, twoSerators
in different parts of the S ate. The result
of Ih.'fe elections, carefully studied, will
furnish vou maeh instruction in the dis
charge of your present duties. It will ap-p-tr
that the public safety absolutely re
iuira a inorougn revision oi tne present I
ut:rage Jaws.- ttnile it is true teat in
many countiet in West Tennessee a very
creauauie, ana in tome instances a success
ful eflort wls made to execute the act of
the iiih of June last, in some counties of
that section, and in the greater portion of
Aiiuaie iennessee, me law was totally dis
regarded. In the county of Jjavidaon, for
nsiaoce, wnere tbere nai been s much
Ciamor against the lvtw. charirin that three
e v. e . . ' . . o .7 . .
uurins oi me people we?e diBfrancbiseU by
it, the acreeate votss exceeded, bv over a
uioutaca, me average Tote in county eiec
lions uetore the passage of the law. tan
didates in many localities openly and pub
ciy nasea tneir claims Ko election upon
wounds received and losses incurred in the
cause of rebellion. and wereoften successful
in tne special election nearly an oi tnose
ho bad bv revolutionary conduct broken
up the Legislature end paralysed the gov-
mment were candidates ior re-eieciion
uader pledges to rojeat their performances
unie.M tne msjcruy win rieia ii mcu ins
control of Tour proeeeeames. vtitn two ex
ceptious in vsett iennessoe, one in fliiaaie
Tennessee, and two in East Tennessee, they
have been returned by large majorities.
Th s result may well excite tne apnrenen
sionsof the friends of civil government. It
ahows that not onlv the revolting represen.
tatives, but their constituents, are ready to
destroy the State government. The fear
expressed in my proclamation of the 3d of
Murcn, tnat "our people have nottumcient
ly recovered from the demoralizing ellects
of the late rebellion to appreciate the bless
ings oi peace, is mas painlully realized
As the legnlity and propriety of my pro
clamation of the 3d of March in ordering
some of the elections have been questioned,
and may come incidentally bolore vou in
tieterining tne qualifications of the ne
members, I will present briefly the crounda
oi my action.
Jue constitution provides that "vhcre
vacancies happen in either House, the Gov
ernor for the time being shall issue writs of
election to till such vacancies. f,o psrtic
ular form of vacating 'a seat is prescribed.
11 is sufllcient il the seat il not occupied,
and no legitimate excuse or reason given
for its remaining to. If a member wilfully
and persistently refuses to occupy his seat
aud perform any ol the duties ot ttis place,
the seat is intact and in law vacant It
may be the duty of the House to notify the
Executive wben a vacancy happens, but
when the lion s ia disorganized or not in
session, it becomes his duty to know when
to act. I' pon this construe lioa rf the con
stitution and this view of my official duty,
I issued writs of election to fill the seats of
those who had absented themselves from
the H'use for the declared purpose of dis
organizing it, aud who had publicly pro
claimed that they had withdrawn from your
deliberations 'ibis much I deem proper
to say in justification of my action. ou
are the exclusive judges of the qualification
and election of your member, and I only
announce my own action and the reasons
hich governed it, and refrain from any
recommendation aa to the rights of. the
newly elected members. The extreme peril
of the crisis in which we find ourselves
will, however, justify me in calling your
attention to tne fact that a number of
members are asking seats in your body un
der a pledge, endorsed by their constituents,
to dieorcauizo the Legislature by revolu-
ionsry conduct. I therefore invite your
serious attention to the grave question it
I lie objections to a stringent suffrage law
are plausible, and made ander the guise of
e'i"al rights and republican liberty but ex
perience will show that thoso who, but a
months since, were enguged in the work
ofdestrojihg ail government, and who suc
ceeded in destroying our btato government,
and only lulled to destroy tbe national
government by being overpowered by force
of arms, are not yet safe depositories of the
elective franchise. It is not a question as
to who shall be disfranchised, but as to who
bull be enfranchised. Thnse who com-
m tted treason disfranchised themselves.
To restore tbcm at once to tb right of
suffrage is simply to hand over to them
that government which waa orgauixed in
spite of them upon the ruins of tbe one they
hai destroyed. This is now what they de
mand. The red handed marauder who has
inflicted the most frightful wounds upon
tbe body politic, claims that he, of all
others, is the proper surgeon to heal them.
They claim the exclusive right to destroy
and build up to kill and to restore to lite.
You alone, gentlemen, can dispose of this
question. In a crisis like this, we should
adopt no timid course. Let us fearlessly
periorm our part, and leave the result so
liud. I invoke your prompt attention to
this vital subject. We can have no hope
that capital or loyal emigrants will come
within our borders until they are assured
of protection against rebel rule. I am as
sured that tbe tide of emigration now flow
ing into Missouri, is owing to tbe ample
protection given to them in that State by
the disfranchisement of the destroyers of
law aud order.
I have been compelled, by a sense of hu
msniiy, to direct the Comptroller to issue
his warrant upon the Treasury lor a cons d
eraMe sum, without any act of appropria
tion, to supply the convict!! of the Peniten
tiary with the necessaries of life. 1 am in
formed that they are again in danger of suf
fering. The agent of the institution is pro
curing supplies on credit, relying upon you
to meet the payment. The Hospital for the
lusnne is in like necessitous circumstances,
and the salaries of the officers of both insti
tions are unpaid. Your early action in re
lief ol both is an absolute necessity.
1 apprehend that sufficient provision has
not yet been made to meet the July interost
on tlio cituto debt proper, mid upon the
bonds loaned to such railroads aa may fail
to pay their coupons then falling duo. 1
recommend tlio temporary appropriation of
tbe funds realised by the sale of tho specie
1'iptured with tbo remains of the Bank of
Tennessee for that purpose, without perma
nently withdrswing it from the school fund.
After mature deliberation, I have deter
mined to recommend to your favorable eon
Bidemtion the remuneration of loyal citi
zens of this 8tai for losses sustained by
the occupation of tbe country by the na
tional armies. The passage of the so-
aJlud ordinance of aeceasion, and the as
ac tried tranafer of tbe State to tbe so-cal ed
Southern Confederacy, placed Tcnuessre
n the altitude of rebellion, and ber peeplo
n tha ponlion ef enemies to tha national
government. The consequence was that
upou the occupancy of the Stale by the
national forces, our people were trtated as
enemies, with out lime aiseriminauon Be
tween the loyal and disloyal, 'their lanes
nd houses were occupied, their property
inprcased or destroved, and their provisions
consumed, la East Tennessee this was
douo from necessity, by an unsupplied
army, to an extent that reduced the peop'e
to absolute suffering. I bus fartho rede; at
government, classing Tennessee with the
rebel Mates, and unwillins; lo assume
the losses incurred in the whole South, haa
not regardsd the applications of our loyal
people for remuneration. 1 understand tnat
similar lossess by the citizens of Indiana,
Pennsylvania and Ohio havebeeu promptly
assumed, and yet the nation knows, and the
world knows, that a moie iovbj people man
iho'se in Ttmnesjce who remained steadfast
lo the natiocal cause, through so long and
terrible an ordeal, are not to be found in the
Union. But I cannot ard will not lose con
fidence in tho justice and magnanimity of
tbe A-iiericsn people. I believe tney win
yet cheerfully repay the loyal suCerera
among our people, many of a horn were de
prived of their property by the national
lorces, while tlicv were themselves absent
fighting for Ihe natiocal cause. But you,
gentlemen, can afford present rolieff(eiy
irg upon the tieneral Government hereafter
to assume aud pay these just and meritori
1 recommend that proper officers be ap
pointed to aecertain and audit those claims,
and that the bonds of tbe Slate of denomi
nations from f-'O to $100 be issued in pay
ment. I am aware that this proposition
11 meet with fierce orpoaiiion from those
who would give preference to the millions
f de'ot contracted py r.e usurpea blate
lovernment, or by Kcbel saartermaAtcre.
1 am also aware that objection will come
from a better ela-s upon the ground of aj
considerable an increase of the Slate debt ;
but if the American people are just, they
will assume the amount long before it falls
Jue, and, upon principle, treat the suUcrmg
loyalists of Tennesfee, as they have treated
the loyalists of other butcs.
In view of the protracted length of your
session, caused, in part, bv dill.ru. lies ai-
ti'C.lir.g a reorganlialion of the State Gov-e-nim
nt. but chiefly by the refractory and
rebellious conduct of a minority, you will
pardon me tor expressing the hope that you
will proceed promptly and vigorously with
the necessary legislation, not only as a mat
ter of economy to the Tressury, but to
ive quiet and repose to the people by the
1. cal and permanent establishment of a
Mat policy which shall g v security lo the
loyal, aud restrain the disloyal.
W. G. Eiownlow.
A very large Spring block of tha latest
patterns of W.i.7 Paper and Windav Skade,
comprising all styles and qualities, in store
and for aa'e by Mraarrr A Hill,
47 Church street, Msyficld Building,
mhS if Opposite Msxwcll Hotel.
Sre a Woman
In another column picking EamVurg
Grapes fir Speer's W'ice. It is an admira
ble article, u- d in bptals and by the
nrtl-c!a-s lanulies ia Pans, Loudoa aad
'ew York in preference to oli port wme.
It ia well worlh B trial, and gives great
me uiiowiug note sent to us yesterday from
me tapitol, and dated April the 12th :
Nashvilli, Tisx., April 12lb, 1S6.
Edit-ir Kasbville Iai:y Cnion:
You will stop our papers.
A. A. SxoDDtILT,
" G. W. Akdixsox,
F. Joxis, of Claiborne.
We have complied with the order ex
pressed in your very polite note, gtntlemen.
1 ou will bestow your concentrated patron -
ig upon some one who advocates your in
famous principles; we cannot conscien
tiously descend to anything to much at war
with the interest of our State. We can get
along as well without your support is tbe
State can without yonr services.
A good Carriage cr Buggy is deemed by
every lady and gentleman to be a family
necessity ; no considerate husbsnd or
father, who can afford it, will permit his
wife and children to be without one: it is
therefore highly important to those who ara
not yet supplied, to know where a good one
can be obtained at a fair price. We would
direct the attention of buyers to the exten
sive repository and manu actory of Messrs.
A. A. HeUer A Co., of our city, at No. 76,
North Market street. In this house will ba
found an assortmentof Carriages, Barouches,
Buggies, Sulkies and Wagons of every de
scription. These gentlemen are also pre
pared to make to order all kinds of pleas
ure Carriages, from an Irish Jaunting Car
to a Veltura, at short notice, and in the bsst
possible style. With a full force of compe
tent workmen, in addition to other facili
ties, they are prepared to do repairing of
very kind properly, promptly, and in tha
very Lest manner. Ia short, we think that
farmers, merchants, and professional men
generally will End it greatly to their inter
est to deal with Messrs. Heifer A Co. They
can suit any one in a new vehicle, or repair
an old one with such elegance and in such
a substantial manner that the result,
though the work of an artisan, calls vividly
to the mind the feats of a magician. We
can, snd do most cheerful! r recommend
this firm to the favorable consideration of
the community at large. Give them a call,
and you will ieirn our reason for doing so.
Reforms, but not Reformation.
In France, Spain, Itely and Portugal,
where alcoholic liquors ara as remarkable
for purity as cheapness, the people are
healthy and temperate, simply because
wine is their principal beverage. We have
a native wine in many respects superior to
any imported from Europe. We refer to
the Samburg port wine prepared from the
port grape by Mr. A. Speer. Messrs. Chil
ton A Co., the eminent chemists of New
York, and hundreds of respectable physi
cians throughout the country, speak in high
terms of its medicinal properties. W. J. A
C. W. Smith have it. apl4-ltdw
An error occurred in our report yesterday
of the vote in the House of representatives
on the Franchise Bill. Mr. Porter, of Hen
ry, was reported as having voted for tha
bill. He was not present when the vote
was taken, and was not in the ball during
the day. He has not been sworn in as a
The Adams Express laid on our table
yesterday morning at 8 o'clock the New Or-
cans papers of the 11th; a little over 43
hours from the press. Good speed, that.
We are obliged to Ed. Willard, Union
trect, for the latest Louisville and Cincin
We are indebted to A. D. Allen, news
agent, for late Louisville papers.
Attention is directed to the extensive auc
tion sale of groceries, etc., by Bolline A
Ileald this morning. Those wishing bar
gains should be on hand.
lllitlt AD STEAMBOAT NEWS.
The river is rising, with nearly five feet
water on the shoals.
Camel ia ,
WILL pay six cents tfor (clean Cclton Rags, in
quantiiiw of loo It.s or moie. Highest price
paid for old Baturioc. Woolen Hag. Couon waste.
NO. CU N. K. CORNER PUBLIC SQUARE.
Cotton, Tobacco Factor
Forwarding and fcmmkslon
No 6 Broadway, between Frontaad Market Btraata
TimiXatlead promptly to ttllms: orders farSoeAh-
mrm Mercimaw, ant restvettuirv aoisat oo
ssiraiOMHa trotnfiorUMrn sjorchanw.
l Mir raouo as qmcs. aaies auu prompt rmurn.
as. i. asiian.
In Chancery at Huntingdon, Tenn.
A C McNeill, aJm'r, et sis.
Elisabeth Wright, el ais.
IN wurnisnce of an Interlocatory decree of the
Chancery court at Hnnbegdou, made in the above
cause, notice ia hereby gi'en to all creditors of E.
Wright, de-eaeej, to hie their claims, duly proven
a the law direct., with me. oa or before the 2d day
of July next, or they will h forever Karred.
City Slioo Store,
OPPOSITE THE ST. CLOUD HOTEL
GOLD PN DEPOT,
North Cherry Straet
DR. L. L
No. 64 Norlh Cherry Street,
Smith County Court at Carthage, Tenn.
MARCH Kl'LES, 19..
T. M. Lancaster, etsl,
vs r t euuoa.
J. R. Hcniln, f l al.
U.N rnoboa of eomplainaat aoiiciior, ana ii p-
rlantig to the ssAisla'Uoa of the MI, mss ei.r
B Po.lL!Mlmnt PowelL Kiiiah Powtl. Parmihe
lacA.wf and hutMUd lAnraitter, aecy
Juh Pcwell.anil the widow aad childrea of Williaas
I'. Powell, KrBBAa Ri lRDrn and hn.rwnd
Koln?oa, Ia.iy LancMter, Klislta Rich ana
W lil .m Rich, Jkim Laacartnr, Nathaniel Laara-
lr, hsrlii.h 'ntwiwiwiM J,..l.i.a ttairana.
ar coa imi ierna ol in Mua of Teneeasea. o
tnat Uie ordiaa j aroresa ot law caaaot be served
upoe them ;
11 at therefor or-tarsd that pahlieatMia he wade
ra the Naahviiie I n, a arsrtper- riohhshed u
trie any f hertvihe. tor icur momtsmln, re
qaimi Kid defnadeeis lo rMi orior tneOcuaty
i-ourt al Sm ih. o or hienre in arm Mosii.f ia
Hay aex', (iiK) Uiea aa um m pis!, aaswer
or demur looMnp'aiooin s tn, trine asro milt b
ttkea tor oemwusd aod t dowa tat haanns; ex
part, a. to lamm.
anarll-M . W. TPRSKB, Oark.
To Whom It May Concern.
A U, persoa haviar Ca ma aciet the Fa-hTill
mo Coaiuuiootf Hailrrod omptny, lruitd
prurle LI July, l are no iS.J list all such
J lainw' relerred to a Commitie of Ii.rectom,
eooi.iinof Levi W .i. M H. lliii iioa. aad 1 !,o.
H. Caiiiarii, ejs , whuwertin ksur(reboro oa
Mao.iav aai Tuosday, wh aad iiK nl
tVhiS tf General tfciru.wathMtS.
trt FSR'T CI.4BB SUWlME-W at FN So rniwn hi
J V I a 11" iaa bo.n. Pay Iron. lu
uorilsv. laU S'H VdAT wusot, KK Ut dej.
lR, 1-1. SING-LJSTOJST,
S. G-. WOOD,
WHOLESALE DEALER IN
GROCERIES AHD FAMILY SDPPLI
No. 45 Union Street,
Has on Hand andlis Constantly Receiving
Superfine Family and Extra Family Flour and MeaL,
Family Hard-water and Toilet Soaps,
Mackerel in barrels, half barrels and kits,
White Fish in half-barrels,
Salmon in kits,
Sugar-Cured and plain Ilams, Bacon and Lard,
Butter and Cheese, .
Rio, Laguyra, Maracaibo and Java Coffees,'
Green, Black and Japan Teas,
Sugars, of all qualities and grades,
Golden Syrup and Molasses,
Maccaroni, Tapioca, Sago and Vermacelli,
Bice, and Pearl Barley,
Tomato Catsup, Cumberland Club and Pepper Sauces,
Lea & Perrin's Worstershire Sauce,
English and American Pickles, .
Raisins, Currants, Citron and Sardines,
Snuff, Tobacco and Cigars,
Canned Peaches, Plumbs, Cherries, Blackberries, Raspberries
Oysters, Salmon and Lobsters,
Spice, Pepper, Nutmegs, Cloves, Ginger, Cinnamon, &c,
BL Carb. Soda, Saleratus and Yeast Powder,
Wrapping Paper and Paper gs,
E. R. Purkee's ExtarcU,
Tabs, Buckets and Brooms,
Ale and London Porter in bottles,
All ol which I. am offering at
Ooll anil judgfe lor ycfiirself.
C. A. CAMPBELL
CAMPBELL & SPIRE, ,
(SUCCESSORS TO II. CAMPBELL.)
Importers of and Wholesale and Retail
Castors, Forks, Spoons,
Sable Cutlery, Tea Trays, &c.
LAMPS and COAL OIL
Assorted Crates for Country Trade,
ALWAYS ON HAND AT
IJo. 71 Public Square.
Prices Reduced on all Imported Goods in the sama Pro
portion as the decline in Gold.
All Foreign Soods, which comprise a large proportion of onr sloes;, w import direct from tbe
rotiariea, aad all asueswsMi snaauiaotnre, we order from tho Manufacturer jwe are thereby enabled to
aaMPBsaanlB way anarwaaia the UaiSeat tMataa, oety addieg the liferent: in iranaportation; and a both
iaai1 a at ttiaBreaaava aaen oacweed with U. Uamptwit tar soaiiy .'years, we, therefore, Salter
awi seises tts wa ara tbammhtj mr jiawaawt with tba eraeawy Ininasai. aad are fully prepared to
eappty to wsaua of tba potaas.
Ptilittikr 4tt$xtioa piii ( Paekiag tad Llpplnj.
CAMPBELL & SPIRE,
Ir. felloe's rinlc Cerp.te !
FOR TDK KXTSBKIN1TI0X OF
Body Lice, Crab Lice, and other Vermin,
And for the Cure of Common Itch, Camp Itch, Barber's Itch, Psoriasis
Scald-Head, Tetter, Dandruff in tbe Hair or Beard. Also all
Biseascs ot the 6kin. Trice $1 per box.
This Cerate haa beet In u.e is France, and all the Enropean countries, and was discov
eed by oa of ifae moot eminent soil dint OKUinbed Suri;03s ia the City ot Fane.
Ths Wopnetor has icon to treat expense to procure .he original receipt of lw. Vellock
for sua receipt ot the Onus; also his celcorsted
ALTERATIVE. OR BLOOD PURIFIER,
which shooM b uini to Cleanse the Blood, and open tha Boweia ia all diseases of the
Hkia. it as Bot aaneesary to be nsed with the CUaT, where the object ia Uie dostruo
tioa of leea ar otner Vermin.
Price One Dollar Per Bottle.
Prvweiane, treearally, pay liru or ae attuntioa to the arBictions, and the ein.ietience
is fnnliesuffr frrest aonoysaeea ft-oaj Uct, Teller, Ring-Wormt, Ac , and ail -
trnM of tfu Sm. an.) finally these disiwM o the sicin are tiaasmitled from jiarent lo
chill; and can, by Inev reme nee he penrteaenilyeured and eraticated Irom ih ysiem.
The PINK CKfttTK aod the ALTERtTl VK m.y b fount fol sale by all V'"W-r,
aad can be sent t y mail nr express to all parts J Uie oouutry.
All orders anouid be addressed to
JAMES OtiAHCOrif. Proprietor,
Pil (JftV e box til, aeliyiile. T.on.
TARTAN ro . are my Wholesale Agent, In Nashville, Taaa. mart 6m.
The Most Perfect Iron Tonic,
HKOFMAN'3 Ferreted Elixir of Bark, or Elixir
of iaJivs lrk, with Pyropoofphate cf Iroa.
Prrpsred by HBukMAH CO., Chemist snd
prti(K., ew Vork.
t HUI'HOBPH A I K OF IBOS wa introduced by
E. Rotnqurt, of Pane, in 1 and receiyed ts.ora
bie noure from the rreach Academy; it is eaai y
assimilated, and sxx deoomposed in the a ornscb by
food or the eiutne juice; it l a prompt, eflkaeet
tonic, eombimai: the .fleet i of Phosphorus and
,oa, and t aotstiroulatmiE or irritant.
Our KKKRA l ali KUX1B OK HARK is a pleas
ant Cord iai, pnieeemiut tha valuable pro perl. of
CsJ ssya hark, and contains eiirht grains of the Py-
ropbospha1 Ol inn ia wn nuia oum-v; son ia an
1, wnerv . piuu .i i.iii nun i inur in
desirad. Will oe louaa a iram miuup prepsrai on
hanrples rurnisoeu w rrrsnr'sjis ud appiicmiion.
H'KK V AtXUMt CKl'l's. seiiwted from healthy
oouniry ehudren, wsrraoied reiiatue,
btKiftM . v' iau ." -. i ij
Alnm and Kino Loseoge aad Chlorate Poiaah La-ai-miea.
All to above soli by Initr.
ajsrT Cm Chamlal aod DrucxuKe, frw York.
HadP.eld's Union Fire Works,
V WPORTFR Chioea
I siuntscinrer lanieraa, r is, Ac Also
a laraw saeoruoect of his oa imporuoioa of
Toya aad rnsiry s.oos
B John Bb-Mt, aw Broadway, lUw-Tork Oty.
HENRY & JOHN PAEET, Jr.
55 CHAMBERS STREET,
Manufacturers snd Jobbsrs
OliOTH I NOI
A Larva Bloc, adsptod to 6ouUra Trad.
r t ; - y t
,.-.1 ! h-s.
' ? ir tat. T.T TUTmnr,
B. W. SPIRE.
5. non Piuhels of Pried Peaches,
6. KO hunisof Ined Appiea,
tA,n0 Pounds of Feathera,
6,i Pounds of Keeawax.
PouBds of t.mseug,
to, 1 00 1'uunua of Wool.
aover. Flax and Gran Reeds, of all kieds. For al
which lb bixheni ssarkat price will b paid.
W hav ta stor and for sal to close ronig
tow Pounds beet Draads Smoktsg Tohacco,
lo Boxes aad box Vir. Cbcwiag Tobaeeo,
tva Bbls Boberisno county Wnisky.
A VERT LARGE STOCK OF
Bagging, Rope A B&Uag Ttrise,
All of which we rll sell ss cheap as raa b hnnght
ta LouiavJi, 81. Louiaor Ciaciaaau anarata.
WE ARE ALSO TEE SOLE AGENTS FOX
Ford's rhosptale or Fertilizer.
To tb Pyarncal tarmar the Beceseity (or this ar
ticle W iu bto kiK va, sod are hai pv u a,
sure thero U we shail benaTter keep a tuii x
tU it aiwsys ee hand.
nd m your orders early, or aead aa4 a circn-
ALLISONS & KIR KM AN,
l aa4 t . Mark SX,
NASHVILLE, . . TENNESSEE,
Uie riillafielpUla JIurder.
The Murderer Arrested.
Confesses Lis Guilt and Im
lion. Daniel . Dickinson Dead.
rmLaDrirHix. April 13 The man arres
ted for the murder of the Pericg family is
named Aotoine Uaute. lie formerl te
inned the 5th Pennsylvania cavalry.
The prisoner states that on Saturday
about 12 o'clock he killed the boy, Corne
lius torry, in the hay stack; but another
mac, lv tbe nsuie of Jacob Touder, for
merly 'f the 117th Pennsylvania cavalry,
kill...! '.ho rest of the family.
Thr announcement of the arrest of Gaute
created intense excitement throughout the
city. Extra editions of newspapers ware
issued, eivin? the particulars of the arrest.
Tbe news spread like fire, and vengeance
against the prisoner was uttered cn every
side. An immense crowd collected around
the police station, and threatened to lynch
the prisoner, but he was finally removed in
safety to prison.
Mrs. Colon, the grandmotherof the Peer
ing children, fully identities the prisoner as
the man employed on the farm aod also the
articles of cltthing he had on when arrest
ed as belonging to Mr. Deeriog.
The prisoner describes Tourder ss fol
lows: He is 3-i or 3 year, old, broad shoul
ders, heavy black moustache, dark brown
hair, had a boil on the left side of his neck,
wore military panu, weighs about 16t
pounds, carried off a black leather bag.
Tbe prisoner lost his thumb in the mili
iiiwYoEit, April 13. Hon. Daniel 8.
Dickinson, United States District Attorney,
died yesterday at the residence ol his sou-ia-law,
Mr. Courtney, Jio. 129 east 34th
On Monday Mr. D. was down town at
tending business, but went home ill. The
physicians pronounced it a severe attack of
hernia. At three o'clock yesterday he be
came conscious of the the fact that he could
not live long, lie spoke seriously and re
mained perfectly couscicus till half past
eight last night. He was tizty-siz years of
Washington, April u. uocsi. air.
Washburn of LI., offered a resolution,
which was adopted, instructing the Com
mittee on Commerce to inquire what legis
lation, if any, is necessary to prevent the
introduction of Cholera into lbs United
Mr. Ecofield of Pa., made a personal ex
planation, defending himself from the
charge of indifference toward the petroleum
interests, made Dy a committee ol on pro
ducers in western Pennsylvania.
Messrs. Lawrence and Morehead of Pa.,
also made statement on (he subject.
Mr. Taylor, lrom tbe Committee on Inva
lid Pensions, reported back a joint resolu
tion giving to urs. Ale Loo it, ol Jefferson
county, Ohio, a pension of 1260, on account
of service cf her son killed in the war, in
addition to the pension of $:1U0 which she
now receives as the widow of Major Mc
Cook. The bill, and amendmeut offered.
gave rise to a discussion which occupied the
whole morning nour.
Joint resolutions wss passed by a vote of
73 to 42. Fornsworth of" the Conference
Committee presented a repart for the naval
appropriation, which was agreed to.
The Speaker presentej a communication
from the Secretary of War in compliance
with the resolution ol Aiarcn tne 4in, sta
ting he has no data by which to lorui an
opinion as to the eneci ine erection ot a
quarantine would have on the navigation of
the water of ew lork harbor.
A message from tho President in refer
ence to fisheries was received but the House
having ether bills under consideration, il
was laid over.
Essex Jcsctios, i., April 13 A painful
accident occurred near V elusion, on the
Central railroad, early this morning, occa
sioned by tho burning of a bridge twenty
feet lonir wbicn spanned a carriage way
Tbe fire took place in tbe night, aud the
night express going north, (due about 4:3V)
having no knowledge of it was moving at
full speea. 1 tie engine leaped tne cnusm,
but knocked out all her trucks wheu sbe
struck tbe opposite aide, causing ber to halt
instantly. The tram, consisting oi baL-guge
cars, two passenger cars and two sleeping
cars, were pi.ed one upon anotner i
badly mixed cendiuon. A frenchman,
name unknown, was instantly Killed. Con
ductor Appleluu and six or eight others
were more or less hurt.
'i.w Yoek, April 13. The following
named Major and Urigadier Generals ol
volunteers are mustered out of the service
cf tbe United Slates, to dute from April
H3lh, luitt: Major Generals S. Curtis, F.
Fessandcn, and Benj. Uriorson; Brigadier
Generals Thus. W. Sherman, J. B. Pickett,
Cornelius S. Ketchum, J. H. Carleton, J.
0. Eobinscn, H. Prince, G. S. Gurne, Henry
J. Hunt, Allor.l Ally, T. G. Pitcher, Frank
Wheaton, It. B. Ayers, G. J. Btenuard, Y.
II. Bib!y, 1. E. Connor, W. G. Gussham
John M. Coorse, J. W. Turner, E. Cpson,
W. Boutlet, J. W. Harris, J. Jent, L. B.
Parsons end L. D. WaUius.
Niw Yost, April 13. A Chicago mer
chant named Livingston, waa arrested in
tbat city on tbe 9th, on a charge of swind
ling a New York merchant about two weeks
ago. Governor Feuton has made a requisi
tion for him.
Ciacixaan, April 13.
Floar and Wheat nnchangei and firm at full
Corn and Osts s eniy.
Rye timiat iWcfjr No. 1, and 7fiT3 forthaice.
Barley uuehae; d ; Fall S l 10 ; Canadian il 20
Whicky dull ; small sslesat S! 20.
Mess Pork held at S-'.'.ij-'K ; SCO bbls country
sola at iZo
Bulk Meats held at li'i3i; buyers offer Jit
Lard is h-l J ai 18c ; buyers offer lTc.
Bscrn dull aad unchanged ; ti(4c.
Butter dull ; prices lower; prime to choice it...
Beed unchanged snd steady.
Kjji sdviccel to l'JC.
Ball lb use.
This vice, which ia Barer practiced in
the presence of any ene, has proved tht
verlasting rain of thousands of lb Boblesl
and most ulented young man that vr
fav tongue to eloquence or pen to aong.
t has destroyed beai'-h, blasted the const),
tution, and reduced the miserable victim tt
a living skeleton. Sot ar these its final
and fatal effects ; in its paint are scattered
the ruins cf reason, ths most melancholy
tight that can meet mortal Bye. To be
cured permanently of this affliction, call on
Dr. Coleman, Ho. M North Cherry street
or address him by letter. Box 02, Nash
vill, Tenn. labia-
Persons residing in and about the elly of
Kasbville, and those from a distance, who
may be alllicted with any private disease,
are particularly requested to read the ad
vertisement given in this paper, of Dr.
King's Dispensary, Ho. 3 Deaderick street.
Cotton aad .Wool Hand-Cards
SAHGENT & CO.,
Successors bi Julia Wh t emor A Co., New York,
ana ei.a u. Yi nniemor a io .
Hardware and Card Mirtnfacturert,
ko. 7 0 Bsekaiaa ttrcet, V.,
loie Succeors io the Whittemere 'P.tent 8et,'aBd
oaiy nianu's'turers of
Ceuuloe Allilusruore Cotton Card.
Dealer srr cstitioaed against wor.hlesa tlXiiUUicns
of i-b m w '
Just Received and More
'-UK: :v POTATORS in larxa lots, ia as eoaa:-
i loo, ur a- w. ,
D. 8. RETJtOLDS,
I .nai ttraat, U Lioat aortb of broad.
'-V KM the I
la Chancery at Carthage, Tenaeaeesx
MARCH RULES, 1KB.
v.. ) Oic a B.U.
Jamas McCain, t aia.
IN this rauM it aepeviair to tbe derk sad Ma.
trrtnat trie ooi'riuu Jsnas Mrcisin, Wm. a.
H.. i :i.s. Js-r.'-k. luaey aad wile Jaa A.. Huaco
p M - iB. w.-n. KO-lsia, earaB JB lc laia,
ait fcii''h MCukiB, Imi tiis trnaor cr.i:ira
n J.rna 1. M ii.ii, dc d, ar bob wVntn ot to
Haie ot TroB iia, o thai in o l n.rt prncM of
lt o ii be wm upon Umm. It i MTefur er
tre Uiat pul.MiK,n m.i lor fjor aramiT.
to lit Naavilie La un, Bewrcpefier piO-l-n.J
is lit rut 4 ae.h.ii, TeoDeee, rqmr
mk! li -oil-"' " .xr at tr Auul irrmcf
.ir-'TT wrt iiith ,-oun?y. lo lm bid t
ijah. ca tr.e ih ri Moq.k- ,a 4,,,, t.
aanwer ih Cc-. H'li ( A. MHAm. ucatiMa
svj h, er tr. ,.in w.il h tUM fc oawei,
aad oaa(.a Hana, mm u, iwn.
anrtwH L. a. CaJtPtUbijAa (LAM.
! . try
Pr. Foote's Advertisements.
OLD KTF.3 MADE N&W. ,hon, S:,
Doctor or WeoK-.ne. PsmjiUet mailed tree ad
dre S B Koote, M D. lijtf BroadwsyT K Tor"
COMFOKr AMiCl'RE KOK THR hi PTTREn.
Seniir. Address, E o Fool. M fi im uVJ .
fi?E2TIA-L IxroRMAri0N FOR THE
MARSiiD - Sent tree m ea.od enrrioi AJd-o.
K B Koote, M D., 1130 Broadwsy, f,e. York. '
MKIICAL COMMON SKNSK-s.o
Illuura ions, II 40 treat l y rraii everywhere,
pes-nai l. Contemn TV i vat fr Addr.i!.
Autior. K B ort, H I). 11. Broadway. N. lcrk.
H EH EM AX Co-i GENUINE MED10 IALCOD
Liser tnl Jws proyei, by tweeiy years'
--K-.i'-,.iii- miie i vaiaame rme-ty ia ue. aa
wnii it cure trjiti.ea. h i;.yee rerih and nVh
to Ih patiwt. trrsoli pure and made lrom
rresh Liver, with ,rei , w.ihoul any ail,ncil
unburn.;, o Jia oy Drusrj; '
. , HKGEMAX A CO..
marT-em Chemitts and Iirujuiiste, ew York.
ssaay petals, tai ail agree that
SMOLAXDKtVS EXTRACT BICKl
cure KIDNEY DISEASES, RHXlTiIATISM. VRI
NARY DISORDERS, GRAVEL. WEAKNESS and
FAIN IB the BACK. FEMALE COMPLAINTS.
and DISEASES arising from EXCESSES, more
quieuy and effectually than ny fluid Extrac
Bncku m the market.
TARH .NO OTHKK.
Bold by all Apothecaries. Price (1.
D. BARNES A CO., New York, aad BARNES.
WARD Ci.. Nw Orleana. Soulheni A urn is.
BURLEIGH A RlX.ttis. Vt ooieaaie Itikj-.u,
Dwwa, Biaa., ueaerai Ajreoia. rtiiij
LATHROP, LUOINGTON 6 CO,,
.330 Broadway, New Y ok
VFFER to Bouihernand Westers iobbera and re.
J tellers, at the to eat market price
A very large and attracuve stock of Press
Cloins, NuUona, Hosiery, While (foods, Ac
RiSSVILLE & CniTTAMOtsl
5 4-i.v-"Tj Vi,
CHANGE OF TIIIE
Omn or Gnrnt SrrraiNviiiDiwT,
N. A 0. SND . A. N. W . KllLaOAne,
Nasbtiixs, Ti'., Uaica tin, lsnt!.
(IN and after Tursday, March 8, 1S6, and uaul fur
" ther do Hoc, Passenger '1'raioa will tun a tul-
NASHVILLE & CHATTANOOGA LINE.
I. cats Nashville for Chattaoooira. and all point
South at 7.. a. a. and 6 30 . m. A m to at Chai ta-
bookb ai 6:SU p. si. and .'lio a. h., aext day.
KtumiDs! -Leave cliaiunoofta at &uu a. B.tant
8n.i r. a. Arrive at haahvitle at 4 to r. u. aod to
A a , next day.
ail train connect at Wanrac for Bhelbyvill.
NASHVILLE 3l SOUTHWESTERN LINE.
Iave ftashvill tor Johnwnville, and all point
went ana nonnweei, at l.au p. a. Arrive, al John-
son nlle at SiJO r. a.
Keturnini Leava Jotuuonyille lito . b.. arnv
al ftKMmnll at a aoa. a.
Trains cn M. A N. W . R. R. connect at Jnruwon-
villc with firat dsns lina of steamers lor l's iucah,
tairoaud tit. Louie.
BERTHS AND MEALS FREE,
on steamers connecting wdh N A N W Ra.lroS'1.
PaaaenKera by this route
SAVE EXPENSE OF SLEEPING CARS
between Nashville and Cairo.
Trains slop at all intermediate points.
WM. P. INNErt. Geo'! Suo't
N. A C. and N. A ti. W. K. K'da.
H. V. BAS3ETT,
A9 NOW IN rEKPF.CT OSDER A FIN F.
Building adjoinmi; I.. a
IVo. 30 Cedar Slretrl,
Which co.iia.ss a Isrre liar ber Hhop,
TEN BATH ROOMS
all of which are fittd up and furnl.hii io ths bst
mo not wihiiij? lo itop at ft fitl, nivl get ttiir
M-v!i t limtt) io ml their eoofenmaL-e.
HOT, C OLD A.D
B A T R N,
atallhoun;. Trie Pirhtr r !l IPir' ani
thfl bet that coutl be prornrml in Nw If or It ani
Ci net oca 1.
Cncm-ctrxl with this well knows Houm is ifyM
wherft (rijvt- can I furni-liJ with all article-
uereflMfirT lor ft pomplfUtoutSl.
H. V. b. ha. inDportsi a lRri( stork of th rnowt
rtchereha PerfmMs direct from rntt, throtmo
bis snt ia Vork. mar7-u
Wholesale and Retail
S. SICKLES & GO'S,
45 COLLEGE STKEET,
WE ar da;ly receivm? and opanrsg our larir
ana eleirsnt sUx-k of
nn inn piiimrn rnnnv
which we will sell
Lower than the Lowest.
Our stock con.ist. m pan of Calicos and Horn
Wi s, hiesi hed and Prnn (ti"et ng red Hh rtirg,
Kreoch and Hcotch tr.iahxrn'. H ack sad Fancy
Silss, (,rnvl-M in sll color, lopiins and Mtiain-
b lues, and ail style of
New and FithionibU
Ic Msntllias and Shawl.. Pi!k Closlcs an) C;r-a-lsr,
bwi... Jjrooet, sod Mail, Nankuock Mu-I.d,
Bril anbnea, Marseille (unu.
A lare atm-k of TM Uaea, Towels, Line and
worsted TaUa Coxrs, Piaao covers, ln.n Linena,
OottOB 1 a er, Ac.
Ibere can a' so be found a well selected stock of
GEiT'i firishlm; tOODS,
Buch as Fr'iyh, Enzlih and Anatraa Cwsimera.
Blai k lessio aal Hroad O.uiiu,
Boots, shoes, list.
Come ooe. rove all, aod eznm oe nnr stork b
(or pun-htwina lsheie. FitTeiely do w call
iheatieatioa of Country Karuasute, a. w ar de
tf rmiaed to sen
Cheaptr thin any Hout in tha City.
Giv us a trial, aod satitfy yourself.
8, SICKLES ft CO..
4.4 Cot.r DtlM-t.
G.U -tor McLisft, 9Lle9ix.sn.
Attr. H KsAva.
a. a. a ma.
Forujsri y oi Litmvammal
former' t rA rvwACM
CattSida Pablio Squira,
HARE & ROBERTS, Proprietors.
Uvw wn IiTv-wn Hotel f-r a
tswrm of teas', al hiroi tnonM:1! i ret. tel
moii the trT ot m as Rood sty! sat any
einer nsnee ta Ute f'iniuj it L ki ibsms aw ti
thtU fsato-ftTi te wmm KTea hb . oi a icvskJ btMw4,
auttl tuawtaaT it ffws-at fHrmt &avI ia.nratt tof taasti ie
li r-u ' . irsj dMrrn'o)- lu mmi ift mm jmi 14
'm-. Mir c tier jr-) w .i at s i Vutm be a WW aa
cm po-ia;liJ- b k:.FMkL
auax: Ofij BARS RoBXKTU
BE. KING'S DISPENSARY
F0K PRIVATE DISEASES
The Dispensary is Located at
3 DEADERICK STREET,
IN NASHVILLE, TESNESSES.
TIo?J!G PTt"d f f'rtTM". trtir4
n.Jiv ihnT.: 1. ; " r.:ri" 'r
ftr . i , I'lnwi'injll Q. t'l!0B.4ry l.,r pr.
dewr.piion ot iti-ir twt
, inwt i s.ac:ioa lo a.1
Thia di:Ti.'nl:y cured in few days without nauscat-ng medic. Bet or ptin: .:;
;strictiir in th nretha, ornther nnples.ant e;1
meiil wh.le laiiorit? tmiur Irooorrnea, cured in a
BrnhMi?', in n 1rm rr, HwiniJT an. I Teo-'ar
v. inv i-. .1, rininBW ii.mii ...e vy-
inot-cooun)iviiwi nB tnarTisv, so ad u tree ite c:: -
lurking in tho synrtn.
With an? diflVnlty of th Wnmti, or othsr a'lment.
or by a sen pi too g;ftQ ty thit thnrly phymcian
This lifew is brought on It soWar? lVb.t of
TrO. It not only d trots etty ami nnnf, ruistma tiiS sut',t sinnt f, r or i r. try
but causing a train of sunptoius to bs apptehecdfU inm it trti.ui i rf. t.
2fedlclsfs Farcished at the Dipe carj.
AM pron.' aprlttni? :t the Dipsary are furaihJ mJicinsw fr? of rhr; . af
bate (heir frvw cuicvi.
All person nbroaJ, who writ, dosiriui
ed to inchiso Ten Dfllars, to insure an answer, which suta w
charge.! to cure their ca?e, rnvijej the ciie is taken.
Pationt3 from Abroad
Will bo provided with cmiif irtalile bonrd, Iltjiri, ami every aU.'t
necessary arrangements in advance i t leaving luf Nacln il.c
This Pisiienarv is located cn tli" south siile
over the business house of Kobt. Eve 4 Co.
7r0r-A!l bumncss conti.lential.
.rMeilicmes sent by txiiress ami mail lo
Direct all letters to ,
NO. It I'E.M'EKlCIC 8TT
IOBt Oflice Ilox Hl3.
d0tlli-e hiMirs friu b in tho morning t
An Old Song, tet to a New Tune.
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i rvn H4, omit crt-',
f . ., v . jk.
V J"" 'A. -:S
"18 vesri. e.iM s'rei n N. T C.'y."
'lin y iniii'i b.e rm. d es kniisn."
'Kr fn.m P. iikid.."
Nut .lr.Mou. u lb Human Kan.ilv,"
'Ki! come out ol th-ir ho ti) die.'
'Cotar'&n Rat, Kob, Ac, liter's,
Is a nss'e ui-ed l r Ain'.i, .i., u"-i't
B!nci nntt Hid An', , dr., its., fc.
'CostarV Bed-Bo? Eitermlnator,
I h iiid or wsri ud t .le-i ny, snd
also as a prevent. y fur hoi-Bji, Jit.
"CostarV Hertrlr rowdrr.for Insertt
mtor M -I'll. .M'-iin f'ws '-,
fill F.fwtar III of s i worth!.. im tfinn..
V he triHt '-iliiwr.s'. ' nsni ui 00 "wn hiix.
Jlolile, and Hfk, Uli' I"l 'my
srAidrrKs UsKl K.tllnn.
i Uro.ly, It. Y.
-8oM in Ns.b.ille, T.no.,
a-- Hy W.J. A C. W.SMiril.
And all LruwM and Uetaiixrs.
LNCRK4SE OF RATH Th FtnnfrU i.nit
Enafii-ih, a!-r! an-i prT ry Dis'iirr-t thsl ens
tsavi r ot It VIS wi I nsm a prK:ny au J (M'nints
DO ls than 'I, "- io thiHn ?tni. , tirl-
thi.si imnifnw I rriti t o t u-oi flown, lh-y wuul-t
wsc "CosTAaY' adrfertiAemrot above.
BATS rer" B!RIS Vit.nmTma'jcr io nhoo-
inn; email isnls is a rrul n-wi ; wh-v8r aiis in i
someone to us in urn? oj tiir sxpenmv
tn (iriTtDkf oui iIm pw!. We n;i ttrttx.u
eH.ir U()( rat, ao.l traps l-r ins butius
Cimfine Amfvnri, aV. .
M0-z4i 4CsrAa'a" aJvrtiftEnrnt ariore.
"COBTAR'H RAT EXTERMINATOR 'rrp!
lfe. and sun the mnt ietiBut HA r-thi-aLio
tnHi)i we nt eTtr atun lsBl. Kvery Ki ttax
can yst it, prjpfrly prenre-i, w i! eM it, an-I s-ry
one tftateiu tt win ii, irnerally, at mmie pSare as
dm taut as potwue from whsre it was iijo. it-v
a)iHre -C'MTaa's adtrtifsiT)nt aoa.
HOUHEKEFTKrCS tronisH vith wrmm n-d
be o no rTnr, ii lit y uts '-CoTa " Exiermina-
U.-T. Wi hsve used u lo our sati-tssTt on ; miU i( a
b" rot we wooitl hAve i We hne tr-e i po-
snas, tAil ihey rt--ivi noinmaf ; Mil 'vmtttr ar
brie it ice u s rrtafh nti of KAt, M re, hrwhe
lute, anl htHiig-, fiiitrkr triaa we raa writ it.
It i in grtmi iiicd4 a over the countiy. Uvuw
L -Ta ftiiterUftcir.piit atcta.
A VOIE rR M THK FAR WjfST. iah;nt
of "loatar a Kt, K -n n, Ant, , r irni otvf
4!rKr frsin ao l pro:i.tos ar ietrv yvi eDil'y
la Wraot eo'ia-y bt vrmm tr.tn acnl lor f os
ot this Kat au. i in-:t K.uer."-Lnrrwir V,
wJte CosTaft's" siTertismnt ai-AOtft,
FARMER5 A1 i' 'L'HfclK KCfERaS atioui i ra-
Ciiefi tfrni h ia-ira-ia ol dttars' worth or irn,ii
r'iovwinn-, Ao., are ariaualiy dtr.-i ,j fcj,u,
Mice, Ants, ma-i otnef nsei:LA aud vermin;, ci
wrjiro nu be pre'e-nLi by a fw doll an' worth of
-0Tas" h-u, K-.arh, Ant, ato, JtXLtyriiiinaUr,
bouam and ued rreety.
a)A,Hes 0TAft s " adrsrtuKmant aiv.
rid in Sarthtiile. Tsnn.. br W J. C. W
eM 1 in. aol ail LrutxisLsj Lfruers.
In Chancery at Garth Tenceeae?.
Henry W. Rshorn,
v. AirfiidC'l arvi Supp.fxeoiaJ Crose B.il,
N Ward t ai-
IN this cue, rt rtrn? tn the Clerk and M-
Ur that detea ini, K. u. Ahi'i, is tsyotvi
,i?nit 4 Ui- ftete oi IV a t,e and feep h'nv
seif mo oat tf ihe fiir.-t Ufsa of tb oourt taal tn
ordinary prf r- oi Uw ceo Q4 be ere4 upon bmi;
it i tirre or i-ri Utat xiMauii be mavie
tor four WiXfi wBat, in ihe sanrT! e I'm
a ftewsipepef urt, i-rie.l in the rttt of in fit,-,
l f Dcr-jnn. Tiun:iie ssid Seteo-tant lo a t: p er
tstWor tti Cf-rs aa I A w.ir at otkts :a OaruA
oa rr bef- ra My '. and 4ivwr frm t
or ths same wui ts Uioalof couirmma and t tux
ttsmriocrx parte, aa to htm.
merJ ! V. U. CAMPKFLL, CAM
In Chancery at Cartbav, Tenneasea
MAkCri RUlaXa, iA
Jamsw W. Ivrtcy, t u
ti ) Amentle and 3af y lemen'jd B'li.
John K. B-:i5nt(,est.
I this fianw, tt apaeer n(r t" the C!rk aad M
ter 'ht ir ivWen'1:A(jt in. rvott ta nn -rt) i-n
o th M e oif TteaBMtssA, aw iriavA Ute ftrnitoMrj
i,f ce af tew cannot km at e,i upoa him, li
triervl'oraartB-J txa i.'..: ujm.o br nietie Ur Uu
tYwisB -. in itie fc .atari i Ine Unioe a im
ukper MjUie.Ml -ft trvs c ty ul NaAtifuie. T otw-.
itsi, rtArUt: e-w.i J-suiiat toitr t the ni
ltrm oi i tAftt rT '-urt car rMrith rouoty.
o e ;n Crtef. ot t(ore the tret MotutaV
Joca, ists xA-tt-swr rompiAWBASit a tiu,i-i u,d
autMirneittsa. t t , or (: eente w-H be la:ea Ur
tea i J to h-n tu4 set t iVrnf e nerta
XMrtt tw aU. H. CAMi-tivU, CAM
t '-jC; -. . . )Ji;' -
i.w 1 10 lh f.ty of N,.
uor rum m.iri s v
- t from ill cure!, cr 'rom
lew days T tnoul nn( ,
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form cnr I n a r- i
11, Wlrl fil tl' I S I Tr i A;
pr.en lrom ; hra.ury t; iu.-m..
strt!ia!?y ours-l, w wrt ,v- n 1
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of Dcmleru k
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any purl .1 tii
r.y.T, N Ar v.:
6 in the eve
IF YOU ARE SICK
IS TIIK M'iST Slfi Ev-H'I.
Of tho Trent'tit A
Ilia Pnctic now Kclcu U over
1H UIKIfKItllNT WTATI-'.S,
W.tli liis teoerid I'nv i
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Kheum.it ism, Ai'-vt.
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In lii:c.t.iiri, snd rutisiiiii t
al l'rivatu 1 'M.-iisc, ai.d
r wi 1 1
T TIIK LADIHS'
All srTevt.ons rt t",e W"tnl'' e t's u.",T''-.i
S T E Ii I L I T V .
Tonne Mum'! IaU-, ':.. r. -' .r''n it
he-n ni u r.rjt.; ts r 1 1 du '-v fi, aw ifiusj ui
me eiihsr ty tetu r or in per-cn.
fjf all ifnufse. Primary an I Sfjn-irt, rooTatf t
from Ue nr"- n.
NIOHT EMISSIONS tJUUEL'
rR. Mrf;n,L tret r'!ea ( mt I "tA-jfe. ml
sends Meuiriii?! u yxn. rttiin'U n jr,iirwo
tee.. H i Of.'-a i on of ti ftn-t :--i-ir"l m t'-
Cay, wth two nu mm, !! fii'f.t u, :-r ) r. ;
t'ia of L ltee snd .e-o i (!, 11 AJ"ljf m-tt.-iDK
him trom ell fmrtia.
Ad letu-rs dtrts'ted to I It. M-.i f-. I 7f.
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Oflf on Uftioa sts'set, of r lr i sUir,
Wm" the only 'Trfparaiioa hr lA
That rsviTwwi a m'i?iJ ao-l ,
th K"tai C'HnmiMnT". at
Kxhiriuon, LfJh'ioa, t
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rat i f ' f t:i S' r r si. I
of lt -s su I o:.'r wiiia' I.
PratsHre.I rorn t'Uut"
Te tool and Intnry r( the
faint, tmc tral w u cnf '- '
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tion t oft tuary V r:: 1
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lonii'U .f ai Aee. lr ee tj rxr m. i L'-u-aziAia
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W Ii-LIAM L'l i t..,oerai A- mii,
Stat of Tenoeset?; Futnara Cou;; y.
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tve-.i'.'ia a ed .a AAid court o h t !
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