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r-. K,,w. New York, and 6 Btalo ptreet, Poeton,
i- uitl.onwd to contract for ad-rusin in our
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r-treet, H. lU'n, Mo, our authorized Aee.rt
yr.-,e a lti rti oinents aod eub crij-Uoua for the
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,..!.,.i.wd After. la to t.v advr!uemnta and
r iti m lor the Knrhn'l l uwn.
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.. . :;ruth'inre1 ap'ot to recfie a iTtlemell"
irl uii. T ti' II' 'or llie Xahntlt Unittn.
To .MilU-mt-n. Milk TickeU d.inUand
nnrts) on tlilVorcnt colored curd boerJs, of
g -4 iiuulity, f-r nlo at thisoflW.
Marriage License and every .Icfcription
f Law lllnuku lor alo l luia oiuce, or
j-ncVed to order.
Oc Jo" (irrin. We are execuUn) every
decri tion oi jilain aad fsucy Job Triat
iiig id the urfcU.fit tylc, and lit Iho loweat
rncei. at this office.
NirmoroMTAX roi.it i:
it I LI,.
It ih raoM'd by Forty to Twenty.
I,it ly and Animated Discussion.
Kr in tbe legi-Ial i ve jiro.-ceiiiiigs in our
r liimns to-Jay, it wiil bo seen that tbe
i' of j'afsing the " Metrojiolitan I'oliee
was accouipiiabeil by the House yes
lr iy. The event that is to mark this era
in tic legMutiou of our ttate, took j lsee
!) .nt six o'clock, p. m. Quite a lively and
ipir U-J dehnte had been carried ou by the
oj'ivuents of the bill and th.so favoring it,
f-.irn eurlv in the forenoon nt;l the hour
ilvve iu.iicHtCif , when the final vote was
uki u on the motion to concur iu tbe Senate
smenJiuent, iuclu.ling Nashville and Chat
tui -'ira iu the jirovinions of the, bill, and il
w:i carried by a vote of forty to twenty.
W,. have now iihout reached the climax.
We are fairly iu the whirlpool, by which,
l... J!cs of the judgment and counsel and
ri rn ustrance of men of mature and rational
li. uus, we are to be dashed recklessly to
pn-.fS. Usurpation and tyranny follow in
riji.l succession. Has reason been de
tLmiitfd.or did these beads that Brecon
rvtlng such arbitrary and suicidal moss
ures evi-r possess any ! If their actions be
the stand-point from which wo are to de
t Mnine, we would certainly inclino to the
Gentlemen of the Senate and House
if Keresentative8f you are proving recre
suttothe wants aud wishes of the people
i'f jour Stiite. By jour act:on and tbe
t..a of your Radical friends in other sec
t.. lit of our country, you are putting it
f'.!;er and farther out of the power of tbe
Kxecutive bead of tho nation to ac
' "tr.j .'uih n htt all good and true citizens
Jtvculy and truly wish for Peace, Uar-
"i-y, ai,d Accord. Adjourn ; go home,
ti.! uj...u tlj mountains to fall upou you
ai. 1 burv y,.u from the face of Heaven.
r'-fUi&cLs are good.
e Lave received tbe firet number of the
''' "I'lTtsou p.ogister," a neat little news
!'hi'r ju,t ftarted nt FjiringCeld, Tenn., by
XI- . iiigrom A ; Co. It is neatly printed,
t.J lm.t as f.-eh aoj inviting as a new
"'wo r-.i.e. Our young friend, Ateh.
i-i-Him, j. resides over the editorial columns.
fc cess n yoj.Arch.
reiularlis are good.
w.ix tr.n. on Tuesday and Thursday
rL:I-gs st auction, and at private ssle,
LJ;;-n ti. is week, large invoices of dry
f'"-'18, Lata, Loots, shoes, drees trimmings,
'itt etc., etc. Thess goods must and
'1 he tlJ,j jor ,rfi,.t.cr they will brirg.
Gxo. Shields i Co.
'-k La jues, very low, for sale at
CaMtko, Gbiib 4 Co.'s,
"''ks' block, cor. College st. and Square.
I" thl (Jolius Ai or Giai.nooD preserve
lk beauty of the teeth with 6ozudjnt, and
l"ro, when the hair is silvered and the eyes
d njrne J with years, the mouth will stiU re
two glittering rowi of uusullied iyory.
TlIF. GENEKAL COUUT MARTIAL
The Case of Isham Henderson.
nrTElKTB DAT S PKOCEXDmaS.
The Court met at the usual hour, Major
General Uiilein presiding.
TBI BKCKEK CASK.
The Bruner case, continued till to-day,
was takek up, and laid over till u X - Wee -cesday.
The Iisham Henderson esse was then call
ed np again.
I'avid iienderson called : I live in Xash
vLle, and keet a livery atable on Cheiry
strett, 'ahvi!ie, and wast the lame place
and business in Auu t, JbCrl. I know the
accused, and bare known Lim since be
came to Iv'a.ihv.llo to put in stock for the
Government. I sold him (Isham Hender
son) a greut many mules in 1865, but I can't
sta'.e how maoy. Sometimes they were in
lot", and sometimes not in lots, but by the
single one. He has purchased as high at
two lots in a day from me. He bought
them for the Government. He also bought
email lots all around, and bad them collid
ed at my s'ahle, and sent them directly to
the corrals, and not to the country. I csiv
give no exact d'es, because I kept no
books, as everything wu done on a cash
Cvos examination by Judge Advocate: I
know, from my ,wn knowledge, that the
mules were frequently sent to the corrals,
without being tuken to the country.
Examined by the Court: Mr. Isham Hen
derson frequently bought memorandum re
ceipts from me, and paid me for them.
.Messrs. W. A. Brown, I'. B. Vaughn, II.
Clay Singleton, M. H. Jones, and others,
were then called, and testified that they bad
. Id Mr. Isham Henderson mu'.ei during
July and August, JG4, and that they were
turned over t th government.
Adjourned till 10 o'clock a. m., to-morrow.
Greenbacks are good.
Ladies' dress trimmings, etc., etc., at one
half the regular prices fine poplins at 30
to 40 cekt; per yard; Irish linen at 60c;
linen shifting, linen towels, bats, skirts,
hosiery, hatidkerchiefs ; Men's, ladies',
and children's shoe', and a large atock of
white goods, will t e closed out at auction
and private sale this week, without reserve,
by Geo. Shields k Co.,
moyl3-lw 27 Co:lrge st.
Fine French muslins, just received and
for aale, by Caukrox, Galea k Co.,
Ilicka' block, cor. College st. and Square.
Gka.vd Excursion on 'JViisesdat Sin.
We understand that oar enterprising
merchants, Messrs. Ozaune k Wood, have
chartered tho steamboat Tyrone for an ex
cursion down tbe Cumberland. The affair
takes place in honor of the "Old Volunteer
Fire Department," whose services in Ly
gone days can be well remembered and ap
preciated by tho community. Tickets ad
mitting a lady and gentleman, with
dinner and cupper included, and as the
party will bo truly select, it offers great in
ducements to those wishing to enjoy a day's
journey on the classic Cumberland a chance
to do so. Tho name and mention of the
managers alone are a sufficient guarantee
of its success. We believe that the boat
leaves about half-past seven a. in., on the
It should be borne in mind that the 17th
is Thankgiving Day, therefore many will
be enabled to go who otherwise could cot
spare the time from their business.
Greenbacks aro good.
The great decline in prices of dry goods,
bats, shoes, fancy articles, Jtc, kc, will be
demonstrated by calling at thuauction
rooms of Geo. Shif.lbs k Co.,
may 13-lw 27 College street.
Col. J. C. Luttrell, the worthy Msyor and
rostmaster of Knoxville, arrived in this
city yesterday from Cincinnati, and is now
staying et the Stacy House for a day or
Greenbacks are good.
See the advertiaemeut in another column
of "Rooms to Rent." The location is splen
did, and well worthy the consideration of
those wishing to rent offices.
Greenbacks are good.
A large lot of Garibaldi jackets for sale,
at Cauebon, Grieb k Co.'s,
Hicks' block, cor. College st. end Square.
in 1 3 1 w
Daily Arrivals. We are receiving con
signments of staple and fancy goods, bought
since the heavy decline in New York. We
arc selling many of them for lees than im
portation coat er manufacturer's prices.
Call at Gio. Shields k Co.'s,
ir.U-lw Xo. 27 College street.
A very largo Spring Stock of the latest
patterns of Wall J'ajicr and Window Shades,
comprising all styles and qualities, in store
nndforsa'eby Mkbritt k Hill,
47 Church street, Mayfield Building,
nibS-tf Opposite Maxwell Hotel
Auction Sale of Govkrsment Bcildikgs.
As will be seen from tbe advertisement in
our paper this morning, Maj. A. W. Wills,
A. M., wi.lsell to-day, for the Govern
ment, quite a number of buildings. The
first auctioned olT will be the buildings
comprising "Wilson General Hospital," sit
uute one mile on the Hillsboro' Tike, the
isale cominoiicipg at 10 o'clock, a.m. The
sale of the second lot will take place at
11:15 o'lock, opposite the Penitentiary, ou
Church B'.reet. These buildings can be ap
propriated to many uses at a great saving
of money ; and the timber is invaluable for
any other purpose one may choose to put
it to. Therefore, to those contemplating
building or otherwise improving, a good op
portunity is offered to get material cheap.
Greenbacks are good.
Evidence of a greut decline in prices of
dry goods, shoes, varieties, etc , can be seen
by examiug the large coniiignnient just re
ceived by Geo. Shields k Co.,
ml3 -lw 27 College stret t.
There's a road leading out of this place
towards Murfreesboro. It is called a turn
pike. A gentleman who rode on it, a few
days ago, says he had no idea it was a turn
pike until ho came to a toll-ga!e. That was
the only evidence of the fact be saw.
Greenbacks are good.
Lnce aud muslin curtains. A large In
voice from $2 to at
m!3 lw Geo. Shields Co.
We are iui lebted to Ed. Willard, Uirion
Street, lor late paper.
Greenbacks are good.
The Southern Express will accept cur
thanks for the latest Southern papers, and
the Adams Express for the latest Eastern.
Greenbacks aro good.
IUVEK AND STEAMBOAT NEWS.
Yesterday there were five feet and six
inches water on tho shoals, and the river
rising. There is a prospect of having a fine
tide in tho Cumberland for ashortseasou
from the present riee. Tbe arrival and de
partures yesterday were as follows :
J. P. Webb
St. Lou s.
J. P. Webb Evansville.
A. Baker Burksviile.
The Rowena, from Cincini ati, end the
Cumberland, from Cairo, are hourly ex
pected in port.
Outrage of the Freedman's Bureau.
Lw t Thursday David Roach, a police
man ci mn city was arrested by the
Freedmen'a Bureau, and r.nnfinrl in
jail under the charge of being a parti
cipate iu me iate riota m our city. He
applies lor release upon bond, which
was promptly- lurnisaed, and was re
iaaea lrom cuntody. Mr. Prender-
prapt, one of his bondemen, whom he
i i ...
nau sent lor to go on his bond, on pre
sentiDg himself at the Bureau, was ar
rested ami eent to jail, charged with
knowing the whereabouts of his two
eons, who were accused of being parti
cipant in tne late riot. lux. rremler
gnnt informed the Bureau that on his
honor a3 a man, he knew nothing of
his eons' actions; that he was quite ill,
ana withed to be released, which was
unheeded. His attorney, Judge Lovick
P. Jones, accompanied by Dr. Phillips,
visited Jlr. Prendergrast, in jail, and
after an examination, Dr. Phillips sta
ted upon his honor, as a physician, that
the eld and feeble man was not only
Buffering intense pain from his confine
ment, but that a few days more of du
rance would shorten his days, if it did
not Bpeedily kill him, all of which facts
were presented to the bureau, who
treated them, as they did all other
pleadings for the inSrm old man's re
lease. Mr. Prendergrast is sixty-five
years of age, is quite feeble, is sufi'ering
from flux and inguinal hernia, and un
less spedily released, will die in jaiL
So eay his physicians, all of which is
corroborated by J udge Lovick C. Jones.
Greenbacks are good.
Throughout Sicily it is the custom to
eat strawberries along with sugar and
the juice of an orange or two. The
strawberries, a small kind, are served
without their stalks, are crushed with
white powdered sugar, and the juice of
an oraage is squeezed over them. The
result is a most fragrant and agreeable
compound much superior, in my opin
ion, to strawberries and cream. In
deed, I think it is all but worth while
to make a journey to Sicily to be ini
tiated into this mode of eating straw
berries. (jardenders Chronicle.
Greenbacks are good.
It Dites Them Hard The Earth
quake Again iu Motion.
The following, from a Washington
letter to the Rochester Democrat, (rad
ical), shows how the desertion of Stan
ton from the radical ranks to the side
of the President afilicts the Jacobins
at the capital. The writer says:
"The announced adhesion to "my
policy," of the very able Secretary of
War, will strike a chill into the hearts
of thousands. We have looked on th
War Department as an impregnable
fortress, not to be stormed by Ex
ecutive blandishments. But there is
little doubt that Stanton has gone over,
deserted the standard whicn he has
defended, and left the friends who
have never faltered in supporting him.
Well! wo have only got to be more de
termined and vigilant.
"The report of this Cabinet meeting
was furnished direct from the White
House. The Intelligencer and Repub
lican both have it The Associated
Fress had a copy, which was sent over
the wires. Mr. iiarlan is reported as
stating it to be tubstantially correct.
This is to be regretted somewhat, as
the country hoped for better things
than reticence in him, when topics of
this magnitude are being discussed!
Mr. Harlan had better quit with what
remnant of independence is left him,
than to remain until the 4th of March,
to go into the Senate and vote against
the policy he now tacitly accepts.
"The ground is quaking again. Let
the people be prepared for whatever
may come. Mr. Johnson, with a united
Cabinet, as he now practically has, will
not hesitate to push 'my policy' to the
consummation to which it has all the
time tended admission of Southern
representatives into Congress, even
though it has to be done by force."
Levi Pierce, a well known lawyer of
New Orleans, recently died, leaving a
will, which has been recently probated
in one of the courts of that city. These
are its words :
"This is my last will and testament,
written and signed by me, this 4th of
September, 1SC5, at New Orleans, LaJ
I nominate and appoint my wife the
sole executor of my estate. I have bui
one debt, that owing to my daughter
Cora, amounting to $I,S0, as per state
ment sworn to be correct. I have re
lease from both my daughters; but
they were, like many other things,
made for temporary occasions. My
son William spent more than his share
after coming of age. I give and be
queath to iay children, Ada Tierce and
Mary F. Pierce, all that the law allowB
me to dispose of, real or personal es
tate. The little I die possessed of is
all community property my wife enti
tled to one half. 1 beg her, if she can,
to take her children and depart forever
from this miserably governed United
States, and to receive my blessing for
her constant kindness to me through
life. She and her children have in
deed been a consolation to my declin
ing years. JVe varietur."
There is awful news from Washing
ton, which we may impart, in the strict
est confidence to our readers. Wade
and Stanton two of our greftt guns
have differed ; not to be too mild about
it, they have 6poken to each other
hastily, indeed quarreled. Wade is
said but it is so incredible one dares
hardly repeat it to have used profane
language in speaking to Stanton, and to
have made personal application of the
profane language aforesaid to the Stan
ton aforesaid. The difference between
these eminent gentlemen was merely
relating to the President's policy only
this and nothing more. Cin. Cum.
I WILL otfr for sale on Thursday, tie 17th day
cf May, liCC. t W o'clwk, a ni , all the stork
and nxt'ires belonging to J hn Thompson, No. f7
Koinh side of Onwr. h etrod, between Hpruce and
McLfirore, to satiety an execution id my hruds in
Uror cf M rs. MaU'Ua Ca ion
rrmylOld A. t. IKEIGHTON, C. D.C.
THIRD H&TIOHAL Bill
W. W. Berry, Chas. E IIMlman,
John Kirkmau, Alexander Fall,
D. Weaver, A. J. Duncan,
Joseph W. Allen, Ed ear Jones,
M. burns, D-itTl F. Carter,
TH'S Bank haa opened in the builairg lately oc
cupied by tne
Comer of Union and Colie streets, to transact a
Banking, Enhance and Collecting Bnsineu.
Bay and sell ell kinds or Govenment Becnr.ties.
kgmt frir the aale of the New 7 ItO
PURE LAKE IOE
WILL be de'iiverM to any part of the eity.
hmiiieS WoIb's and Restaurant ill be
protnj',1y upl'l'd. by tearing their ords at
No. I-1, Ceaar street.
aprlJml JOHN HOG AN.
New Yore, May 14. Officer Kenney, of
the Atlantic Dock i oiice, Brooklyn, this
room ic ir diifovered the body of a man
floating into the gsp from Bittermilk chan
nel, and from its appearance it is believe 1
to be tne body of the late Trestou Kid;
Subseouent'y, the body was tositivelv
identitied by P. King Webster, Mr. King's
nepnew, and others of tbe Customhouse
The Coroner was holding tLquest on Thur3-
Ua. - .
Washtxgtos, May 14 House. Mr. JJig-
by introduced a bill granting njot of wa v,
and making a grant of land to tbe Sierra
Nevada and Centra Costa Immigration and
Canal Company. Passed second reading
and relerrel to Committee oj Cub ic Lands.
Mr. Bidwell introduced a bill for the re
presentatives of Brig. Gen. Geo. Wright',
of the L. b. A. i assed a second reading
and referred to the Judiciary Committee;
also the bill to grant titles to the public
lands in the town of South Varbora, which
paesed a second reading and was referred lo
the Commi'tee on Private Land Claims;
aUo the bill to authorize an ocean mail
steamship for service between the United
States and the Sandwich It.lacds. Pasted
a second reading aud referred to a Com
mittee. Mr. Donnelly introduced a bill to amend
the agricultural bill to as to extend its ben
efits to the States lately in rebellion, on
condition that grants of lands should be
confined to lands in their own Slates, and
the proceeds thereof should be applied to
support public schools, instead of agricul
tural scientific colleges. Read and referred
to committee on public lands.
Mr. Clark of Kensaa, introduced a bill to
amend the act of July 1, 1SG2, to aid in the
construction of a railroad telegraph line
from the Missouri river to the Pacitic ocean.
Read and referred to committee on Pacific
Mr. Gullom introduced a bill to provide
a constitution for the Indiai tribes, and es
tablish a civil government in Indian terri
tory. Read and referred to committee on
Mr. Stevens introduced a joint resolution
authorizing the appointmeut of an addi
tional becretary ot the oavy, tor six months
from the first of June next. lie explained
that the Assistant Secretary of the Navy
was about to proceed to Europe to examine
navies and navy yards, and that an addi
tional Assistant would be required during
bis absence. Referred to the Committee
on Naval Affairs.
Mr. Williams introdued a resolution,
which was adopted, instructing the Com
mittee on Judiciary to inquire into the ex
pediency of altering tbe laws so as to abro
gate the tenure of office at the pleasure of
the aDDoialine power, and to make all offi
cial trusts to be terminated at that t me,
subject only to the condition of good beha
vior. Mr. Stevens offered the following resolu
Jlcsolvcd, That a committee of three mem
bers be appointed by the Speaker, whose
duty itjshall be to proceed without unneces
sary delay to Memphis, in the State of Ten
nessee, to make investigation into all mat
ters connected with the recent bloody riots
in that city, which was began on the 1st
inst., and particularly to inquire into the
origin, progress, ana termination oi tne
riotous proceedings ; tne names oi tne par
ties .engaged in them, the acts of atrocity
perpetrated, the number of killed and
wounded, amount and character cf property
destroyed, and report -all the facts to the
House, and tne bergeant-a'.-arms or nis de
puty, and the stenographer of the House are
directed to accompany eaid committee.
Mr. Harding deaired to amend the resolu
tion so as to extend the investigation to
Mr. Chandler of .New 1 ork, desired to ex
tend it to the recent massacre by the In
dians in Fort Goodwin, Arizona.
Neither of the propositions were pressed,
and the resolution as offered was adopted by
ayes 87, noes 22.
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Mr. uiianaier ouerea ine lotiowtng :
Resolved, That tbo independent, patriotic
and constitutional course of the President
of the United States in seeking to protect,
by the veto power, the rights ot the people
aeainst the wicked acd revolutionary acts
of a lew malignant and mischievous men,
meets wth the approval ot this House, and
deserves the cordial support of all loyal cit
izens of tbe united states.
Resolved, That this House believes the
Freedmen's bureau unnecessary and un
constitutional, and hereby directs the chair
man of the Committee having charge of the
Bureau, to bring a bill to repeal all sets or
parts of acts inconsistent with this resolu
Mr. Scnenck raised a question of order,
that the resolution contained an insulting
attack on Congress, for which the member
offering it deserved to be dealt with by the
Fortress Monroe, May 14. Immediately
after the adjournment ot the United States
Circuit Court in Norfolk, last Thursday,
Judge Underwcod left for Washington, and
gave particular instructions to the Clerk of
the Court to exhibit to no p?rson or persons
the indictment brought again-t Jeff. Davis.
The various attaches cf ttie press endeavor
ed in vain to obtain permission to copy it,
but the Clerk of tbe Court refused to allow
any one to see it.
Washington, May 14. Sabbath Schools,
composed of 33 Protestant schools, 878
teachers and 7,0U0 scholars, celebrated their
anniversary to-day with six bands of mu
sic, national Hags, emblems, floral decora
Eastport, Mi , May14. Acting Admiral
Eoggs baa jubt left here in the steamer
fceaota to demand explanation from the
commander of 4he En lish steamer at St.
Andrews, in regard to firing into the pleas
ure boat off Robiustone, with a party of
Americans on board.
Cwcinnati, May 14.
flour dull and prices nominal; Superfine offer
el at S.ia'J CO; Exira JlOalO 75.
Wheat dull; ho1 tiers ask 12 3fia2 40 for No. 1 new
Red, and $1 25 for No. 2 do.; and S2a2 10 for Sp.inf .
Corn steady at 53c for No. 1.
Rye 80t85c, and demand moderate.
Whibky dull at 2 21.
Mess Pork held at J31, tut without sales.
Lrrdd:;ll and unchanged, holders not disposed
to bike less than 22c.
A lair cetcand for tulk Shoulders city cured sold
for 12J J; country cured IZj-c.
Bacon firm at 13J, lf.34 and fir Bhoulders,
Bides and clear Sides.
New Oa'-iAss, May 14.
Cotton lower; fialea 900 bales; low niiddlicg 33a
S4c; receipts 1242. Gloomy accounts from Red
River most of tbe river cotton land under water.
8uperfine Flour 810 25.
Corn 5 cen)s dearer.
This vice, which it never practiced ia
the presence of any one, hat proved the
everlasting ruin of thousands of the noblest
and most talented young men that ever
gave tongue to eloquence or pen to song.
It hat destroyed health, blasted the consti
tution, and reduced the miserable victim tc
a living skeleton. Nor are these iu final
and fatal effects; in its paint are scattered
the mint cf reason, the most melancholy
tight that caa meet mortal eyes. To bt
cured permanently of this affliction, call on
Dr. Coleman, No. 64 North Cherry street
or address him by letter. Box 02, Naah
ville, Tenn. feb2-t'
THK MERCHANTS' EXCHANGE will be open
ed for boineH at the Hall or the Chamber of
Commerce, So. 4S Col!ee street, cn Thursday
next, anderrv day theieafter at I o'clock, p m ,
and rn a open until it o clocK,hen it is expected
that tbe Memners will be pre.-ent with nam pie of
Option, Grains, Groceries, Ao.
All buyers, wntber members or not, are respect
fully hit ted to be present,
mar-tt ISAAC LITTON, fiec'y.
What every Man, Woman aad Child
NO FAMILY SHOULD BE WITHOUT IT.
ri!HI9 Medicine has Nn tried the two last years
X of the Cholera, nd haa proven to be the be!
preTetat ve ; acd he public may rely 00 ita doing
what Dr. McGill says a will.
Th-a Medicine is warranted fo enre Diarrhea.
Summer Complaint, l'wo 10 the BoweU, and to
(Pe unrwdmit rbef of those brmpionn of cho
lera. Fnnted direction are on Tery bottle, with
the a?e and doe. TDe Me-iio ne is put up m two
diilereut bi ; Sos, Pr.ce II 00. r eix b"tua for
Si; 4 ot, price J2. or six totsle for 110. A liberal
discount made to those who boy to sell aca.n
Any pr"on aending $5 by mad, will receire m
be1, b. YTree.
We are now ready furnish all tho ho may
oal 1 at ine o.ih and room" of Ir. McUlLL, ortr
York's book sur, Naftuie, Tens.
WHOLESALE DEALER IN
No. 45 Union Street,
Has on Hand and is Constantly Receiving
Superfitift Family and Extra Family Hour and Meal,
Family Hard-water and Toilet Soap,
Mackerel in barrels, half barrels and kiU,
White Fish in half barrels,
- Salmon in kits,
Sugar-Cured and plain Hams, Bacon and Lard,
Butter and Cheese,
Ftio, 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'a Worstershire Sauce,
English and American Pickles,
Raisins, Currants, Citron and Sardines,
Snuff; Tobacco and Cigars,
Canned Peaches, Plumbs, Cherries, Blackberries, Raspberries
OyBters, Salmon and Lobsters,
Spice, Pepper, Nutmegs, Cloves, Ginger, Cinnamon. &c,
BL Carb. Soda, Saleratus and Yeast Powder,
Wrapping Paper and Paper Bg3,
E. R. Durkee's Extarcts,
Tubs, Buckets and Brooms,
Ale and London Porter in bottles,
All oi whicli I am offering at Lowest market
Oall and. judg-e lor yourself.
C. A. CAMPBELL
CAMPBELL & SPIRE,
(SUCCESSORS TO H. CAMPBELL.)
Importors of and Wholesale and Retail
Silver Plated and
Castors, Forks, Spoons,
Assorted Crates for Country Trade,
ALWAYS ON HAND AT
Mo. Public Square.
Prices Reduced on all Imported Goods in the samo Pro
portion as tho
All Foreign floods, whi-Ji comprise a larre proportion of onr stock, we lmoort diract from the
Potteries, and all American manufacture, we order
compete with any market in the United (States, only
members of the firm have been enpaed with H.
ourselves that we are thorouKiily acquainted with
supply the wants of the public
PaiUtnhr AlUsMoa psld fo Pacing and Shipping.
CAMPBELL & SPIBE,
Ir. "Velloo'r X3inla- Cerate !
FOB THR EXTEBM IXATT0X OP
Body Lice, Crab Lice, and other Vermin,
And for the Cure of Common Itch, Camp Itch, Earber's Itch, Psoriasis
Bcald-IIead, Tetter, DandruiT in the Hsir or Beard. Also all
Diseases of the Skin. Trice $1 per box.
This Orate has been in use in France, and all the European countries, and was discov-e-ed
by one of ibemoet eminent and dmt.nffuished Surgeons " the City of Pan.
The Proprietor has pone to great expense to procure ibe original rcei;i of Dr. Vellock
for bis receipt of the Cerats ; a so his celebrated
ALTERATIVE. OR BLOOD PURIFIER.
which should be oed to Cleanse the Blood, and open th Roweis in all il fennea of the
bkm. it is not nnc.eft.ary to be naed with the CEH 1 K, where the object ia tbe destruc
tion of Lice or other Vermin.
Price One Dollar Per Hut tie.
Pryieisn, Renarally, pay little or o attention to theie afflictions, and the consequence
is familiesi sutler gre it ann ijan'-esfrona Lice, Itch, T' 'er, liuxj- (l oom, 4tc , and ml Iivs
tenxtj of the Skin and finally these disease,, o the, akin are t .ansiintt-d frcm parent to
child; ard can, by throe nfo ie e permnnently curd nnd eradicated lrom iha system.
Tha PINK CKKtTK and tbe ALTKRT1V may b? fount lot sale by all Lruii s,
and can be sent tj mail er express to all rrt of tne couutry.
All orders soouid be addressed to
JAS1ES GTiAMCOrK, Proprietor,
PotOthve Box Ci, fabville, Tnn.
TARTAN CO , are my Wholeale Agents in Nai-bnlle, Tenn. mareu 6m.
The Most Perfect Iron Tonic,
HEGEMAN'3 Ferreted Elixir of Bark, or E'ixir
of Calisay. Bark, with pyiophot-phate cf Iron.
Pivpared by HE'iKilAN a CO., CbemisU aud
Lnitfirint, Nrw York.
1-YkOPU'JriPHAia OF IRON was introduced by
E Kobiquet, of Pane, In and 'eceired favora
ble notice from the trench Academy; it ia earn y
assimilated, aud not decornponed in the s onm'-h by
food er the pantile juice; it is prompt, efficient
tonic, coinbiniig the effect ef 1'honpbonis and
Iron, and is not utimnlattng rr irritant.
Our FERRATE!) ELIXIR OK BARK is a pleas
ant Cordial, po.MwainK tbe Taluable properties of
Cal sava Bark, aod contains eiu;bt grains of ttw Py
ropbospha eof Iron id ewh fluid ounce; and in all
cases, where a mild and efficacious Iron Tome is
desired, will lie found a most valuarJe preparat on.
hanr ple furnished to Physician on appbcanon.
PCK1S VACCLNK CKUdTs. aeictd from healiby
country ch.ldrvn, warranted reliab.s.
UkOEM N A CO'd urdial Elixir Calisaya Bark.
Alnra aud Kino Loaengea and Chlorate Pouuh Lo
aeogea. All tne atTe aoU toy Lntf gite. -
BE'jfcMaM A CO.,
mart 6m Chemists and Iwuggiate, few York.
Haield's Union Fire Works,
IMPORTER Chinese Tire-Crackers, Rockets,
Ac. Manufacturer Lanterns, F ags, Ac. Also
elarge asaortment of his on importation of
Toy. and Fancy Goc-de,
M Joha Street, aar Broadway, Kew-T6rk City,
HENRY & JOHN PAKET, Jr,
55 CHAMBERS STREET,
Msnufzcturers and Jobbers
jt Lare 8tock adapted to Southern Trade
THAT elegant Btore en (he eorour of the B icsr
aod Cdar alraet, known as the Commercial la
uraacw Office. For term, call rm
U.a ttHlLDS A CO.,
ebl tf Head ! Ccliege (treat
w n o t
B. W. SPIRE.
decline In Gold.
from tbe Manufacturer: we are thereh e'uahimt to
adding theditlereuee in transportation ; anda botn
Campbed for many years, we, therefore, Hatter
the croincr? bumnelU. and ar T.;!Iy r.r.i,Twl to
I -Ji-, N i I ' I v
The! Tennessee Marine
I'aJer the IVew Charter, U stw epea for
NO. 31 N02TII COLLEGE STKEET,
xxr Dooa to com ib or nm rr.
A. W. BUTLER, Bec'y.
JOB Em V. ALLEX. Prest
JOS. W. ALLEN, JNO. M. HILL,
WATSON M. COOKE, C.A.X. THOMPSON,
D. WEAVER, DAJTL F. CARTER,
JNO. B. JOHNSON. EAM'L VANLEER,
G. M. FOGG, E. B. CHEATHAM,
A. G. ADAM 3.
City BI100 Store,
C??:SITE THE ST. CLOUD HOTEL.
1f FIRST CLASS BCBI5ES3 MEN to en gag In
lJ atraeling bii.sioesa. from llo to ti
per d.r. CaU at Si;, Ceiiat street, for eigU daya,
i. MING'S BISPDSsj
FOR PBIVATE DISEASES
: Jf ,; V-..
Ji M V
Tho Dispansary is Located at
NO. 3 DEADEEICK STEEET
IN NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE,
anus.-diffi.-uHy "red in few days without naoseatinglmedicines or painful application..
JZ iiSS X uTCaTeatr T"
FEMALE 3 TROUBLED
With any difficulty of the Womb, or other ailments, effectually cured, by wntirnr an 1 stabnthiiir ,
or by a deaenpuon Riven by taeir family physic.an cf the c.-e' ' 7 ' f," a il
Thisdicease is brought on by soli tarr habits of
Ttce. It not only destroys body and mind, rendering the auh,.Mt until f r the ordinary bus" A. of Im.
but Causing a tram Of SlinDtOms to ba apnelieii.l.i fr.im .r. l.hi. 1 ..,1..... . oruln-,r7 wismeas Of lllo.
' I -
All rtarwnna ei r' i rj nt (Ka TV e : .1
ha K :curei ""I""'
All persons abroad, who wtite, desirinir information respecting tho'r caso
d to inclooe Ten Dollars, to insuro an answer, whii-h .,n k 1. . , '..
K I .. - u-: 1
vuuicu w turn mtir cuse, jirov.uca tao cade
Patients from Abroad
Will be provided with comfortable board, lodging and every attention, by malt in 1' ho
tecessary arrangements in advance of leaving for Snshvillo. 3
This Dispenssrv is located or, the south side of Doaderick street, very near tho Square,
over the business house ot Kobt. Eve Co. 1 '
Ji'?Al business confidential.
-Medicines sent by express and mail to any purl of the country.
Direct all lctt3rs to
XO. 3 DEADEUICK STREET, NASHVILLE, TEN'S.
rost Office IIox Ul)3.
pS'OlIl. e hours from 8 in the morning to i
An Old Song, sst lo a New Tuna.
"At sjitinff rpprrarhes
i i pi'c of f"'--f
Unify t,kp u?ou!'."
"IS yoas en.aJ! sre f in N. T. Ci-y."
" n'v infaUihle reme l x-s I con."
'K.ee fr m IViHonrf."
N iMbing'ioiis tj the Fnmnn Farrjlr."
"Kats coin? out of tln-ir h' !f t die."
'fostar'e'' Cat, Knat-h, ic, Fxtcr's,
Js a p.iMte 1 I ir Ar, Mice, UimrH.-i,
Ei'idiavl lift Ants, dc, dc, ic., dc.
"tostarV iJi'd-Cas: Exiermlnator,
Is a li.n il or w i.uh u.-e ) to I'e-t-oy, and
a''o an a prjireiit tj Or Lul-Il "j, Jc.
"I'Ost.irV'KIfctrlc Powrtrr Tor insects
t".r &i.jth. .V'-Yine., fit i, L'd hn,
inunction I'Uiuts, ri.u.7o, Antw.il, Jtc , dc
! ! I Biwari ! 1 1 of all worthless im tatirnp.
fee thst "t arAtt's'' n-ms la on each Box.
Bot'le, and Ftaak, before Ton liny
AMTAddrenS MMHY It. I ON I A II,
ini Broadway, M. T.
9-Sild 'n NiuhTille, Tenn.,
" Bt W. J. C. W. SMITU.
And all I'mggiats ard Retailers.
ISCREA3E OP RATS The Farmer', fhtzc'U
(Englirii) asserts I proret by fit'ur.s tht one
pair of K IS wi.l have a proeeny aud iieoeennHnUi
do lees than ti.M.0'0 in thren Tenrs. INow, unlw
this immense rm-n'ycan sept down, they would
consume more lood tiian would sustain 6,'J hu
Tbee "Costa s adyertisemeot above.
RATS vertit BIRDS Whoever enirsges id shoot
ing small t;ipts is a cruel man ; whoever aid in ox-
ermmt ng rntt m a rce:actor. v-e utiould like
some one lo give us the henert' nf their experience
n driving out thnxe peats. We need ito" eth nic
besides IKI2!., caw, and t aps for tha bUKiOe
f cuznfifie Jni'nf, .V. '.
J-be "t'o.TAs'a a-lvertiMement above.
"COSTAR'S RAT EXTERMINATOR is simple.
safe, and sure -the met iier!i.t KAT-iri"ai on
meet ng we have ever attended. Every Kat that
can jim it, profierly prepreil, wdt eat it, and ev-ry
one UiateUi it wnl die, generally, at Pome piace a
distant as ponsiMe from where it wan taken. Lai.'.
Unte, Huh , Mhtot.
a)See "Costaa's advertiecment rVive.
HOUSEKEEPERS troaUed wilh vermin need
be so no loader, U lliey uhs "Coota " Ki termina
tor. Wa have ueexl it to our kati-fsetion ; and if a
box or-t S we would havs it. VVe have trie poi
sons, but toey etlMCted ootniD?; but -0otar'" ar
bcia kooras the l.reth on of rutu, M.ce, Roaches,
Anta, and Bed-Bugs, q'licker than w can wio- 11
It 1. in great demand ail over the countiy. Jcitmu
Costa 11 advertisement above.
A VOini FROM THE FAR WEST. Speaking
of Costar a' Kat, Koar-n, Ant, Ac , fcxterm-nator
"more gram and provi-ioos are oestrojed aenunl y
ia ijrani coun y t y vermin than would rav lor um.
of this Kat and la ect K.lier." Lancaster (il'il
jJj.-e "Corra' a.lvert:'mnt above.
FARMERS A5D EoUSEK EEKERS-ehmiH re
rcllect that hundrela of ii.iiars' worth of hra a,
Providion., Ao.. are anmaiiy d'H'royed t y Ka,
Mice, An is, and other 'oecta an-I vrmin ll of
wr.H h c-n b prevf-atd by a few dollsrs' wortri of
"CwTAaV Rt, Koai-h, Aat, Ac, Jixurxinawr,
bouth". and nel !reiy
"CtwTA s ' alvertiaemeot above.
Mr-Hold in Na-hv.ii, Tenn., hj W. J. A C. W.
BMI TB. and a I i-r.. tia aod Ltiuvra.
To VVIicm It May Concern.
ALL persona bavinr Ca rna agwn-t the 5ehvi:!e
and Cr.autior.ir Railroad t -omrwny, lfwuired
prior to lt Juiv, Im.5, are uoiiri.i tr,i alt am h
Claim are relerrel to a Comrti ttee of krw -on.
eooe aung of Ievi a-le. M. H. Hn j.m. ml Tn.
B. .aiaii, r.S., wno ipwt in M urfreetxro ca I
Mondayaniluelay, otaaod-7tfi inat. I
Wat. 1NNE3, I
1 1 4 .1 1 I I . .. .
L -W AM..'.,.
.1 M. .-.-,.
routh. Perhsn. .1 -,-....
-- ' 'ti VUCDU,
at Ibe Diijecsarj.
i - . .
.'not.c.ns:;:9 00 s'.a.TeChaTinglpJ to
.' . " ujiuuiicu OU
n the eveninsr.
IF YOU ARE SICK
' IS THE HOiT SUCCESSFUL
Of the Tresent Age.;
His Tracti ce novf Extendi over
1H UIliriCItKNT HTATKH.
W.th his General Practice, he treat the follow-
r.heuniatlsrn, AfTections of the Lungs,
Diseases of the Throat, fcwelled Joints, Htuf
Limbs, Pleurisy, Pains, Ulcer, Cancer, Gra
vel, LtiBcascs ol the Heart and Liver, luda
tuation of the Btomnch, A'euralgia, King'
Evil or Scrofula, Deafness, Distuwes of tne
Eyes, Debilitated 'Systems, Dyspepsia or
Indigestion, and Consumption, tog.-lher with
all Private Diseases, and Disease of the
TO THE LADIESf
All attentions of the Womb trea'ed with succea
Toung Mxrne.1 IbfH, whose ro.efortiine it haw
been n..t u, I!, g u,rlli , iuB ,W4eon CJW njujj
me either by letter or in peron. "
Of ail grle. Primary and Secondary, renovated
from tt.e nytWra. "
NIOIIT EillSSIONS CURED
DR. M'-f .IM. treats Iiseae. at any distance, and
aeads Me-titiuea to all pn. tjatunaction guarao-
U.a Office ia one of the finest arrange.! ; tha
C.ty, wiib to r'lorns, wen fitu-.l upr the rirep
Pon or Lalie ami (wnilem, who aredailr iav
ing li.m from all parw. '
AU ietu-ra dirtied lo DK. McOILL, Box 79.
Offle. oaCaioa ret. over Yor.Ck b"'
IUYILLE A CUlTTiSOGUl
X t AIL J0 .
CHANGE OF HUE.
Otnct or lltMui Si eiTsoiT,
H. A C. avd J. A. . W . Ii.ll..
AavriAa, Tasa., Marco nu, isU.
AN and a'ter Tu-s.l-.y, Man h , Wjf Dli untJ f
" tler notice. I'aaMiiinsr 1 -.11 . .
. - -n iuu mm KM-
vsi a .
NASHVILLE & CHATTANOOGA LIE.
I.rAVsNashviiie for Chattanooga, and all vyinU
faoutn at i n A. m. and 4 3o . Trnv. J cWi!
fto'-ita l 0: r m.mal J. to a. ., neit d,r.
K-iuroiDg-Iave UitUrKK,Ka as ii . .
rr"'" hvule at At M."and sti
am, next day. .nail)
A.I traiua e .onect at Wartrace r,lt Sl.elbyvlla.
NASHVILLE A N0HTU WE3TEIiN LINE.
Leave a.hvi.le tor Johnsonvillo. and all n.'imiJ
West inA Nonnwe-t, at i M r m i . P"IDW
Keiurc.n-Lea.e Johnaonviile LI0 A. .. arrive
al snv.ile at ;. i a. a. '""'
..!. .. . , r ' eonwct at Johnson-
EEMH3 AND MEALS FREE,
on etearcera connecting with N A N W fiailroed.
Passenger by this route
SAVE EXPEN3E OF SLEEPING CAES
between Nash v. He and Cairo.
Train stnpaia'l 'ntermet'afe eoints.
mare-tf. W. itTda,