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Hoard of Aldermen.
A regular meeting ol the B ard was held
yentcnlay at 3 p. in., President P. B. Cheat
Lam in the chair.
The minutes of the lest meeting were read
The following mcsfiire was read from the
Mayor's 0m e,
Ni.fnviLi.r, May 12, C8.J
To thn H"!iorRM( ( it y Couneil .
Oentli'inen : 1 hijve the honr to present
herewith a report of the njwcin! emmittoe,
on the art i t the C'huiiher ol Ommerre,
feli.tive to the inspection of tl""r oflered
in this market, arkirp pneh enactments as
will authorize tho election of an Inspector,
etc., w hich is trsnaiiuci f"r dis os.Uon by
you," honorable , ly- I wonld respectfully
augjrest its rcferctiee to a special committee,
to repr rt at the eari.'--t pomible t me.
I have also the h".-ior 1 1 transmit for your
Co:,;, -deration nd iietioa an e-ti,i,at of
funds Ma-ded to carry on the public ehoolj
of this city f'T the ensuing year, .hic h re
cjuirt'S proiiij t action.
An application from the I'.road Street
Pridjrc i oinpany for the u-e or ooceupntieii
1 1 the aiioy on the south ide of the bridge,
running back to lh blalT, is lr pre?-nte,i.
A petition from Win. Ii ivor is ai,. trans
mitteil, ts-kirig that ho bepaili'.it in old
i""ie ' 1 the l.ai.k of Terjne-teef ju Jjeu i f
the eiiiii" ii'io imt received bv him in 1-01,
in noti-o cenerally kcowu as""cew is'Ue of
the Hank ol Tennessee," for 6nhe Ements
made during thi-.t year.
Ail ot which are res pcctfully aubmitte l.
W. Matt. Ub .w .v, Mayor.
On in' tion, the Mayor' recmmeiidation
in regard to the appointment of a Flour In
spector, was referred t n special committee
c iiip jbed ot Mes:-rs. Tl.onu.sou, Chi'.toa acd
I'r aiie, Willi instructions to I oport at the
meeting on 'Thursday text.
The estimates f.r the nupport of tho Pub
lic Kciiods, referred to in the Mayor's moa
rr!;;e, are from P. S. Fall, President of tho
li ard of Fd ication, ll, I f.x tho turn re
quired at IH)').
The rf gulrir rejiort cf tho Woikhouse
Keeper wan received, nhowiug that thera
had been 222 commit'uls during the month,
1 I.i of which were IruUi tho Freedmen's
(.'ourt. Number now lemaining in the
Several petitions of an unimportant na
ture were received acd appropriately re
ferred. Tho following rej-ort from tho committee
appointed to visit Cincinnati in behalf of
the railroad interests of .iinhvilie, was re
ceived and approved!
To tl,e Mayor acid C.ly Council of NssliTille :
The undersigned, on the part of tho Com
mittee appointed by tlie Council to visit the
City of Cincinnati, for tho purpose of con
ferring with the municipal authorities, the
Chamber of Commerce and tho citizens of
that City, in regard to the matter ol a rail
road connection between Nashville and Cin
cinnati respectfully report that they left
this city on the Kh inst., and were received
by the Mayor of Cincinnati and tho Presi-
leLtol the hoard ol ( ummerco on tbeir ar
rival, and received during their stay all
due attention from b th bodies and also
from many of tha h ading citizens. Upon
it, v,t a tion deli vert d crouch the Merchant's
F.chat;t'e and tho press of Cincinnati, they
rce.ved and cxchaLgcd views touching
tlie f uloect ol t.ieir emla?y with manv ol
the leading lin n of that city, and were
(.'runted a public audience, hef re which
they were enable to pre-ent the subject of
u il irect railroad connection between Nash
ville and Cincinnati. Accurate maps of tho
region, aindly furnished by Major General
Geo. 11. Thomas, diagrams d the routes,
t.repared by the Committee, teg, lier with
lacts and blatistica bearing upon the ques
tion, were exhibited, both privately and
the Committee no not unnK it ricee.-iarv
to recite to your honorable body the state
ment ol facts in debate, or tho tram ol ar
gument wh'fh were presented to the com
mercial neighbors ol Cincinnati in behuil
f this great enterprise, but refer you to the
public prints in winch they were reported.
ihey think it pine, liowever, l tay nun
the- noticed a determined purpose upon
ine juirt of the people f Cincinnati to con-i-truct
or to aid liberally in the construction
of a railroad Southwardly from that city,
making connection with a r:ii,way system
pervading the mterio- ot tho Southern
ritat'S and touching the Gulf and South
Atlantic cohMs at the iiee.t eligible points.
They think a 'so that the huts given, an 1
tho maps and comparison of routes in
favor o the line vn J'anville, Kentucky,
to this fit v, while st i in u la t ing a deeper in -
forest in the sul'jeot than lieieloiore lc!t liy
the people of Cincinnati, has le It n lasl,ii
iiiiioentoon that Nashville is a foreus f
railroad enterprise, which, is md ispeiibable
to the eoiniiieroml v'""'.'ro''H ol' that city; and
that our . ilizcns msy confidently look for
important results in regaid to the line of
r. mi 'I m th s i outiectou.
II the mil'iect is piiiMied by the people of
Nshwi,o and ou ihn line cntiioas to
the t, .ute, tog, ther w ill the Math aid nl
r. ii'iv 'grant, d, and co-o peraiion with
S'litiurn lines tilrendy in opi-i at ion and in
,.,,ur.,,. ,,! foiiat. uctioii, tlm work may
-peedily be set oil lo"t.
U e i annot clo-e I his brief rcpo-l witlnut
calling a'.t' nti"!l to the valuable aid which
y. ur committee received fioiu ,1. V. hes,
of Ath- ns, Ala., Pi e-lien I of the Tenu. and
A hi. rail road, li was invited to a cc 'in pan y
t hem as one ol 1 h.' coiimi itlec, and to eug-g.-st
a res i. ut i m of tliHtiks by t h t 'on n ci 1
to the aulborit.i i Hint people of C i no 1 1: na t i
lor t be c, 'Herons a ad honiutablo treatment
which y, ur coliiluoteo received.
.buis KiKKMAN, Chairman.
V.'. 1'.. 1'oliT' ii, i-ccrclary.
Na-hv,iie, May 21, l.V'O.
In c ini.ei tiou with the ah ive report, Preii
dent t.'healhnm oiler ed the following rcsolu
I. ,,r, which was u nan : ncusly ad .pled :
- .V, .', That the thanks of the City
Council ot Nashville be a n ,1 a r.' here ! V c x -
tended l" the C 11 tic 1 1 ii ll 1 Cllioui of Cin
einnati t"r ho hospita'do reception given
t . t he railroad delegation lately Sent Irom
this citv. and that we trust that the
visit and int, T' haiiL'e of greeting and views
ma v lead to a closer conunuuicn ot interests
between the two cities.
The f.,!low,ug rc-o'.utiou was adopted:
J:. -"Vf :, That the Citv Council request
iiiol i in now er I be C'lnmit'o unpointed to
v,-it t'liicniniti to continue the noti'Ii
b, ha f of tins city in regard to a'.l projected
rniiroa.1 eon ncc l urn s. and to receive all
e ,ni-ii:ltees and delei-ntions appointed by
other cu les to confer upon the ruilroa 1 iu
teresls of this city.
The hill providing for the cMahlishmoct
of a house of refuge was indelinitely post
The bill providing f r numbering the
houses in the city was passed as amended,
on iu third and final reading, nn.l ia now
Adjourned to f. p.n. Thursday.
There will be a Strawberry Fe-tlval, for
the benefit of the Sabbath School, at th
l'roshvter.an Church, on JWrin l.n.ege
street, on Thursdav evening, - 1th inst., at
hall past six o'clock. n ay21
Baskft Pic Nic. A grand basket Pic Nic
;!! be riven ut Pver's Sfring". on the
llvde's Perry pike, to-mcrrow. The com
panv will be a select one, and n plesssnt
mi l nrehisble time w.'.l doubtless result
It is to be hoped that the weather will con
tinue pleasant till that time.
CkiwisaL Coibt. In tlie Criminal Court
yesterday, the following bu.MLc.-a was trans
Slate vs. Geo. W. Miner Larceny. Con
State vs. Alexander Jobr.K (cd (Larceny
Continued from day to day, the ln.1 being
fixed ut jlOim.
S'ath r. Geo. Haley Larceny. -Vei
- r,'( entered .
State i . Wile? Mur Icr. The following
jury w-as etr.panneled : J. R. M. I'aker, li
MoCann, Win, IVtwny, James H&wles, J
S Petwav. W. A. Will.ans, Samuol Kaiiey
Thos. II il', VTm. Soule, T. Hyde, S. K. Ccr
bitt, and G. Woodward.
'!!, ....... was in progress at the a.i ,mrn
nient of the Court.
Sm Aito!'Ia!c. We call attention t
it... t.oGco of this new find excellent
i,r'm in fie, ,-r column. It is imdeuht
,. ily a M.p-rior article, t.ud one whi
should le iour,d iii fv. ry hoti-e.
MiBkii Sri.nrr. The work ou Mark
s'l-eet. between :iur. ll an I l''a i, n i'"-
iu good f on Jitie'.i .
A few weeks will pat it
IIiddis Dkptiis ; rhiladelphie, J. C. Lip
pencott A Co. ; Nashvilie, W. T. B:rry.
This is, and yet is not, a work of facls.
The story itself is, of course, woven togeth
er after the manner of the ordinary novel ;
but its scenes are all drawn, and not over
drawn, from real life. It is a revealing of
the hidden depths of the human heart, in a
mscner rncst affecting, conveying a moral
found in few of tho literary productions of
the day. It deserves a wide sale, and we
believe it will s cure it.
The Gum Citifs of Barium iko Eveia?
Holt Tlacks, Ly T.ev. J. L. Porter, A. Id.
New York, T. Nelson & Sons ; Nashville,
W. T. Perry Co.
This is an illustration of Scriptural geo
graphy, as presented by the ruins of Tales
tine, at the present day, by one who has re
sided long in the land, and who is familiar
w-,th the language, manners, and customs,
of its present population. Although the
Work is intended to illustrate, cr.d elucidate
the Eihlc, il p.',se!"-es a deep intere-t, aside
from its religious bearing, as an antiquarian
work. Itcontains much information which
can be f uDd iu no other work, and it is
written in an easy and popular style, which
w:ll maid it generally acceptable.
Ogi.evie Btbos Y'orau Abkested. Ogle
vie Bymn Young was yesterday arraigned
before Esq. McC'arty on a charge of obtain
ing money under false pretences. It is
charged that he collected .3i, assessed
against a Mr. Peynolds by the Freedmen's
Bureau, and which he had no authority to
colle t. We know nothing about the mer
its of the case, but he will Lave a hearitig
at 10 o'clock a. m. to-day. lie gave bail iu
the Bum of.;I20J for his appearance, and
Kzamstbess Wanted. We call attention
to the advertisement headed a Seamstress
Wanted. It appeared in our yesterday's is
sue, but contained an error, as to the Post
Oilice address. The box to be addressed, is
li'Jl, and not as we had it yesterday.
Sweet Opopinax! Sweet Opopinax ! !
E. T. Smith. fc Co' JYtio 1'trfume from
This is a rare and mosteiquisite Perfume
for,surpassing iu its rich and delicious oder
any thi ng that has yet ben ollered to the
public.JItis ren ered by its splendid quali
t es a delightful Kxtract for the Handker
chief, and is confidently reeommeded as
beiDg the 4'c riu.3 Ultra of Fashinable
1'ei Turnery. E. T. Smith U .,
Ill CorreB Etates "The best extract ever
r.ETt RKrn. Capt. S. R. Ilamill, A. Q. M.,
and Chief O,. M. I. S. M Kailroads, we are
pleased to notice, has returned to his post,
after an absence of some few weeks in the
old Keystone ttate. Tha Captain returns
much refreshed, and in the enjoyment of
line health, fr m his trip. He is a clever
genllemanjarid a faithful and eflieientoff.cer.
A jdeasant sojourn with U3 again, Captain.
Proposals foe Tka. Brevet Colonel M.
P. Small, C. S., will receive sealed pro
posals, iu duplicate, until Saturday, tub of
June ntxt, for ten thousand pouuds of
black tea. Tho conditions, etc., governing
partioj putting in bids for this tea, is ss.t
forth in tho ad vertiuemeut of the Colonel in
another column, to which we direct the at
tention cf tho public. Go nnd examine
packagca, and put iu bids. A bargain ia iu
store for somebodv.
Personal. We regret much that the
health of the very worthy and gentlemanly
Comptroller of tho State, S. W. Uatchctt,
Esq., is such thst he is not enabled to de
vote much of his time to the duties of his
oliicc. lie has just recavered from an at
tack of sickness that so prostrated hia sys
tem that a return of his wonted health and
strength is slow and tedious, lie has our
best w shes for a speedy restoration to health
and renewed vig r.
Pi:i:s iN.u.. We learn that S. A. Jones,
'.sq., Superintendent of tho Adams Express
it-re, is sick at C dumtuis, Ohio, with iu-
flammatory i heun: atism. Also, that Major
1. F. Fielield, special agent, is at the White
Su'phur Srings, near Xeuia, Ohio, for the
urpo o of recruiting bis impaired health.
We h one that a speedy return to health
may lie v one iisaic,l to tjein ol iner-e giiine
Illeli. Tiiavks To the Adams and Southern Ex-
pre'--es I ir lato newspapers.
To A.I. Allen, Jr., lor tho Louisvillo
And to 11,1. Willard, I'nion street, for the
latest I ir.ciiuifiti and Louisville dailies.
S'f! a U omiiii
In another column picking Pamburg
Grapes! r Sp"-r s Wine. It is an aiimira-
? article, use, I in iiospitais ami iy tne
lirst-cliiss liimiliej in Pans, London and
Ne.v York in pretercuce to idd port wine.
It is well woi'lii a trial, and gives great
satis taction. ,lee.I-tsuweowIy.
KIVI1K AM) STI-IA.MIIOAT NEW S.
Tho river is t feet on the shoals, nnd
fall HI J.
Palest ine vuhviI e.
Ohio White Sulphur Springs.
Ml IS we 'I known and popular resort having heri
li v 1 ur,'hsei o i tuoruiiithy refittl ard
relii-ai-lie.1 in Ir tiest ai l 17 Inn imaersinej,
ill I open tor Ire rc epnon of visitors
On the '20th or .May, 1NC0.
Tba location of the Hprin's and th Medicinal
pri peri e ol the waters Hie a sure Kusratuee
am-t i l M.iliirmis or t oct igious l isea.s.
iinn l , ses wili ri n from a,l Uy trsan on the C,
r. an il". K. R. Pe.-eneer levm 1 ireinnau by
the f clcek, a m. tra 11 mil arnve t the .-prills- at
W o'clock m ; and by leavlr; on tiiB'J o cloeK a m.
tra n will arrive ai 11 e r-prmi i ;o p. iu ah i-i-tor.
bsirsraire. twliwres c., n, lonKine lo euesls.
conveyed U. an j from th" pnnr " f ee of cr-Hr;,'.
A tine LOt ilon Ikui i win i 10 avifauaiice mrou.i
out the season
The usual tnp no Nets t reinject riu s 01 iar win
be iHsued by Ihe various r Iroado kad.iu; fn niC.n
Cinnil. 1 ii" 1 iffice wid bi under the aupervi-ion ef Mujor
B. K. KiriM.P, IsteiT of t.-e Adsms Kxnre.-a, and
foriu'r v of the C , A.'an I l-t. Ions K. K , and ol
C I-. 'li'dTI.Vi, lorn i " It of ihfi.alt House, 1.1 u a
T,!U ni lan-'y ot 1 h 1 .nraett house, tiacinnali.
t-.utn vi-il iigthe triTiinrs cn fcave eTery ini-riu-
e ihi the fue o I accon-modmior will I
rqiikl, if not aii(ior, 10 any water iijj p.ai-e in lae
Fare ?t per rlny 'or tran'ient quests, and pro ra'a
rates for Unnlie.ehililron, andscTsn:.
r.iHjlii-'m JOH B. KKKUV, Prop'r.
In Chancery at Huntingdon, Tenn.
John Norwood, et al,
ti. 1 Attachment and Injunction Bill.
Jcbn P cicnoo rd.l. J. Pinkstoa.
tt, " case, 11 appearing to th" tifaction of iha
Clerb and Mve. r trat J.J. Pinks on n a non
re itent ol tli t-iati" of 'leones'e" so 1I1U tl,or.'i
rsrv procos of law cannot t (rid on
rr.nl, it is therefor" or1erd that publa ntien be
m'lc for four nic'ensiv" weeks in the 0shTiiie
t't 1 iiewip.uv r rnhlihul in the c.lv ol i..h
ti le, Tom., ci tionao i.ne sul J. J. l'inkton to
p ec.r at the next term ol tb i hancery t'ourt. to
I he d at tne coin t house in the l" a cf Bunling-
.lm lenn . 1" i lea l. sw"ror demur to said bi
or trie fume wail taken forcomesed as lo h.m,
D,i set for ri. win ex parte.
mfiU-4iw . tV. HAWKINS, CAM.
In Chancery at Huntingdon, Tenn.
APKIL RCIKS, laC.
B M oains, et ais, coinpla.niuita,
Mrellu C,-n and olnera, d. fe.ndanta.
' IN tn.a cu-e. it aprearas U th" Cierk an i M
... .. . ,!(. that th" de'endanui 1 H b,.k
hd,1 de Marnda haker, Thoina-taker ana Hu
nar, Hak.r. the two last h-ing minora are. eon-re-i
l. ntsof the S'.V" of lennessee. m that t he or
.1 ...m. r.l ti rannct be ft' ve,1 on them;
It i4 il,erf, r" rriered ibt pubccaiion I made
f.., f t. v in ihe .ninei nion
a lMMm pah 1-neJ in the cit of NashTa.e,
Tennehe. reomnra ibe sari d lendat to hp
laron or ,Mi n the fi'st three dsf of our nut
..on lo U h I , , !, firt MoIrtKT in Alll.oll
1.. . an 1 ..I .n.wer or demur to
cc Toplsin int b I, or th" mil' will I u.eo for
o.. i ..- .!, ,-1 n.i x.i f.r hew niiei prte.
Ks.rOBi.ttA.vs, M ty 22. Eight parishes
halleen ovei flowed aid ha f the people
aiCTuthout fod. Keliff ;s g.-.iog tothtin
from the city. Tho It' d river lloods have
fallen i If by the Missi-sippi, aud w ill Lot
overflow the southern country.
Washington, May 22. The bill relating
to the public lands of Alabama, SS its ssippi,
Arkansa, Louisiana and Florida bai passed
the route. It j rovi b-s that they shad be
d.spofid 'f according to the Homestead
law of W,2, without d fcrimination of c dor.
It also allows the privilege of securing land
to persons wh j served iu tho Cmfedera'.o
Geo. J. B. ralmcr, of Tcnnesree, was par
Eighty-seven casfs of arms have been
seized by the Governnie.Lt at Erie, Penn
sylvania, belonging to the Fenians.
" Washington, May 22. Addi ional foreign
news fr, m London up to the 12lh, says the.
bank of England haa raised the rate of dis
count fr in eight to nine per cent., and the
charge for si ecial advance, tea percent.
The pressure even at these terms was enor
mous, and it was J n'y en unexceptionable
bills that a commission could be obtained.
Meanwhile additional and mot serious dis
asters were announced as having occurred
in comparatively small banks.
The London T nnes, in an editorial, says
if anything can justify the suspension of
the bank charter act, the panic w hich racked
the city on Friday, May 11th, may excuse
the step, although we believe the reign of
terror was approaching its end, and would
have ceased had no iniraction of the bank
law been permitted. Now it is probable
that the 1. censes allowed to tho bank will
n .t be used. It cannot, however, be denied
that about midday yesterday respectable
banking houses were besieged more by a
mob than creditors of a bank. Such excite
ment has cot been witnessed 6inca the
great crisis in I 25.
The action of the Government, on the
bank disasters, was commenced in the
House ol Commons, on Friday, at midnight
by Mr. Glidsf ne, who h.d been engaged
all the evening in consultation with ditl'er
Mr. Gladstone said ho had addressed a
letter t the Bank of England to the effect
that if they should find occasion to aliord
relief to the wants of legitimate commerce
and make such advaneo ur would require
tho issue of notes beyond tho amount al
lowed by an net of the Government, he re
commended them not to hesitate in doing so,
and in the event of emergency to make im
mediate application to Parliament for an
act of indemnity.
W a.sbingto.n, May 22. Judge Hughes, of
Indiana, has been appointed General Agent
of the Treasury Department, vice W. P.
Melton, of Cincinnati, resigned.
firw Yoeh, May22.
Cotton firm; sales of 3,600 biles at Soaloc.
h tour firm and unchanged; sales of CO hbls at
at S O 75 toSIC 75.
Corn buoyant; white 62c.
Pork heavy, at $.;) U5.
Whisky dull tt 52 20 to ?2 A7.
Sugar ste.dy. Turpentine f ' to O,1.
Gold tlosed at l-oj.
Nf.w Oeleans, May 52.
Cotton-Sales lino bales at as to 40c fur rr iddhng;
to-day's receipts Ml ha ef ; re-e ipts for 4 days, 2,'JlG
bales against 3,31t; ex lorts G,4o0; stock l,54,cOU.
Hour dud, superfine S'J 60.
Corn aetive, ICJaSSc
Pork t 2 0.
Gold :i. tterUa 50.
Mobile, May 22.
Cotton Sales today 700 bales middling at33aS4e
Receipts to-day 144 bales.
Lot isvilli, May 2i
Tobseco sales at fuil prices.
Flour 7 74.
Mess Fork S ll; Bacon Shoulders lie; clear Sides
pic; II.vrr.s21o; Lard 2",' ..:,
Cotton, middling IJ2e.
Cincinnati, May 2i.
Flour firm, closing dud at ? 50.
Wheat irregular and nominal.
Mess PorkS t i ft"; Bulk Meats, l.Vjjc fjr Sides,
2iA. for Shoulders.
Lacee 11" i to l-'z. Lard 21' j:.
This vica, which is never practiced in
tho presen'-.d of any one, has proved th
everlasting ruin ot thousands of the noblost
and most taionted young men that ever
gave tonguo to eloquence or pen to song.
It has destroyed health, blasted the conoti
tution, ami roducod the miserable victim it
a living skeleton. Nor are these its lical
and fatal eliocts; in its pains are ecattcod
tho ruins cf reason, tho most melancholy
night that can meet mortal eyes. To be
cured permanently of this auTiruon, call ot
Dr. Coioman, No. tl North Cherry strcei
or addrosi him by letior, Box 5D2, Nash
vlll. Tone fh?S-t-
Persons residing in nnd about the city of
Na hvi.le, nnd those from a distance, who
may beaillielel with any private di.-ease,
arc particularly requested to read the ad
vertisement, given 111 this paper, of i'r.
King's I'ispensary, No. 15 i'ea ierick street.
I'hKtire ry taks at IcJiiuiivillc
In Chancery at McMinnville, Tenn.
FK H 11 a.d Win T White, Ex'r.s cf Wm White,
II M Wa'er.-on.
1 II K t.iera nd M-ter, in ob?,i:enre to a decree
rendered in 1I1 s i-.iiwo I the Maieh term ot the
t'l.ani ery t'oii.t at ."b-M.nui.le, Teiinesee, lsiji, 1
will sell i.t pani c auei on, en the premi-ex, in tne
tow n 1 1 MeM niiviiio,on Monday, stol May next,
The Warren r Thatcher House,
ontiiotises, and all n appurtenances, for rash, in ae
eoriifinee with tie proi-ion f 1" a 1 'h', of Trust ex-
lite i by Ihirvey ;.l Watterson, w.iie ut the ri;ht
of reueuipt'oii. The deed of trust w,ll Iw i-liown
ondny ol -ale. J, F. MOK KUKi', (JAM,
apr.lll-ni, pre lee 5- tu
In Chancery at McMinnville, Tenn.
H. I. Kowan,
IN pursuiiiee to a decres of the Chancery Court
at Mo.Minnvi le, Tennessee, tenderej at the March
term, A. 1'., Isi,'l, i f 'm i court 11 ihia csu-e, 1 will
ex pose lo piiluie m!e, on Monday, the z si day of
M iy next, at the court t ou-e in McMinnville, the
lion .e and lot known as the
on a credit of six and twelve monl ha, without the
nrit of redemption. One hundreu dol ars cash
w ib be re-pnred at the tine ol sale. Loud aud se
curity required, and a hea retamed.
J K. MURF0RD, CAM.
aprilll olw pr's fee S5 to
In Chancery at McMinnville, Tenn.
W II Smartt, 1
L F A Win H Aro, J
IN ot,lieni e to a decree cf the Chancery Court
at McMinnville, Tmn., rendered at tDe March
term, A. 1. Imh;, of i,i court in tni" cause, I will,
on Monday, the '.1st day of May, lst.s, expoe to
public sale, at Ihe courthouse ia McMinnville, the
outhouses, and al-out Filty 01 Hxty a res cf Land,
belong rt; to Wm. H. A's'n, ailiscent to the lown of
McM.nn iie !le ou a eredit ot iwe've ironth',
ex -ept F ill y I'ollars ea-h bo,d upou It moruh'a
timtoaToij theruhl of redemption, at the in
atance of compiitnant.
.1. F. 31CKFURD, C A M.
apr.lll Ctw pr's fee J " Co
In Chancery at McMinnville, Tenn.
James P. Thompaor,
H. L Kidley and Hiih Frances.
IN oldieme to a rie. ree of the Chancery Court,
rentered in this cause ai th March term, A. h.
lie 'i. 1 will edatthe courthouse in McM.unviile,
on Monday, tne 21st day of Mav, l"'',,
A LOT OF CKUl.M),
y ng ner th Lepf t at McM nnville, on a credit of
tmvTe mi nths. r-old on twelve mooih s credit to
av.-id the r a,ht f f redemption, at the instin e ol
eomp.a nn. Hond and recur. ty will be required,
and a I. en letained.
J. V. MOSFi 'i:i, Clerk A Masier.
apnill r;w. pr'a fee $ )
Original Attachmsnt.-No 294
John H. M Ihan va. Andey Milsapa.
IT appmrin- from the afbdav,t fi!e. in this case
thai ihe delen iHtit o cooceain himsi'lf or aimconds
that the ordinary process cannot he served on him;
It is ihen lore ordered thai pu-l cation I made tor
four nieces,, ye e. ks m the Na.-hii.ie Un.on. no
t.tjr rj th" wu i Aneey M:lapt to appear heiore
Jo'cn Mm s, a Just reef the Peace in Mad -on?, lie.
Minn couLty, TeDneanee. on the 16ih day oi
June, ls6,, to an-wer t-en and there the sa.,1 At-ta-hnn
nt as the law in recti, or tn earne will I
taken as confessed and her l ex parte im to him
1 his the ia day ot Leceinh r, l.-'.v.
ruiirl-4:w JOHN MINTS. J. p.
THE undera.irned A im.n -tr.tor haem ivi;ea
tl ihe lu-o.v-i.cy 1 1 tr- e-tate rf A . ii. eii!.,,r e,
drcea-e t, 19 ' be i l. rk of the t ourty Court o: perry
county, "le.new.r-e, u wjm ordered by rant Cierk
that n, t,c" t" t-en, in t!,e Nashv:. e I n;on. lor
three nicee-isiTe -k,tor a.i pr-.sa hav ngclairna
a.;f .nl a I e-tte to hie them with sa d Cierk, di.iy
ant: r ti-me I an the law d re-te, on , r i-iore tne
firat dj o: Ociooer next, or they wi I I.. i.,reer
td.rre.1. '. TRACT, A n.i'i.
B. Gr. WOOD,
WHOLESALE DEALER IN
GROCBEIBI m FAMILY SUPPLIES,
No. 45 Union Street,
Has on Hand and is Constantly Receiyingn
Superfine Family and Extra Family Flour and Meal,
Family Hard-water and Toilet Soaps,
Mackerel in barrels, half-barrel and kits,
"White Fish in half-barrels,
Salmon in kits,
Sugar-Cured and plain Hams, Bacon and Lard.J
Butter and Cheese,
Kio, Laguyra, Maracaibo and Java Coffees,
Green, Black and Japan Teas,
Sugars, of all qualities and grade,
Golden Syrup and Molasses,
Maccaroni, Tapioca, Sago and Verrnacelli,
Bice, and Tearl Barley,
Tomato Catsup, Cumberland Club and Topper Sauces,
Lea & Perrin's Worstershire Sauce,
English and American Pickles,
Raisins, Currants, Citron and Sardines,
Snuff, Tobacco and Cigars,
Canned Peaches, Tlumbs, Cherries, Blackberries, Baspberries
Oysters, Salmon and Lobsters,
Spice, Pepper, Nutmegs, Cloves, Ginger, Cinnanion.'.tc,
BL Carb. Soda, Saleratus and Yeast Powdcr,J
Wrapping Paper and Paper Bgs,
E. R Durkee's Extarcts,
Tubs, Buckets and Brooms,"
Ale and London Porter in bottles,
All ot which I am offering at Lowest market
Call aiil jtidgre for yourself.
m archil 3m
a A. CAMPBELL..
CAMPBELL & SPIRE,
(SUCCESSORS TO II. CAMPBELL.)
Importers of and Wholesale and Retail
Silver Plated and Britannia Ware,
Castors, Forks, Spoons,
Table Cutlery, Tea Trays, &c.
Assorted Crates for Country Trade,
o. -S Public Squa
Prices Reduced on all Imported Good3 ifi tho sama Pro
portion as tha daclino in Gold.
All Foreign Oocda, whirji comprise a larre proportion or onr atoek, we import direct from the
Potteries, and ail American manufacture, we order from the Manufacturer ; we are thereby enabled to
compete with any market m the United b'ates, only ad dios; thedilrerem - m irnnipuristioo ; and as lif.ih
metnhers ol the firm have heen engaced with if. Caiupimil for msny "Tears, , theie ore Iiiut
otiraelvea that we are thoroughly acquainted with the cractre-ry oumeial aud a.-" faiiy i r-'osrol to
supply the wants of the public.
VtitimUx A.t?&n paid Jo rackhr acd Shipping,
OAZafPBKLL & SPIKE,
F0K THE EXTERMINATION OK
Body Lice, Crab Lice, and other Vermin,
And for the Cure of Crmmon Itch, Ciimp Il, !i, Pn-her'a It h, Psoriasis
Scald-Head, Tetter, Ihindrull in the Hair or L'mr.l. Also a l
Piseases of the fckin. Price i I per box.
This Ce rte hss been in use in France, and all the European countries, and was discov-e-e.l
by one of .be moat eminent and dist.njitnsbe.l Sur,.-Ans in the liity'ot Par.
The Proprietor has c jiib to jireat expen-e to procure .ha orin-d rce j't ol lr. Y Hook
for his receipt of the Cerate ; aiso Ins cele'.rsttid
ALTERATIVE. OR BLOOD PURIFIER,
which ehould be used to Cleanse the Wood, and open th Howe m all d seises of the
Sk,n. It is not nmvsaary to be used with the CEK. I K, where the object is the destruc
tion of Lice or other Vermin.
'.-! One Ik'Unr Icr 1).,' 'I,;
Physicians, generally, pay bttle or no attention t.i thesi aflliclioni. and the consequence
is families sutler gre it annoyances from ic, J'r!,, 7', . , A'o,,-U're-i,i;, ,( ,-, mvl vi In -a.fs
tif the Skin and finiily these d se ises thesk u are t ianmi:t, from pn.-ent to
child ; and cn, by th- v rene .les he permanentiyoured '-nl eri heated i.,m t tt Hy--Hm
Tho PINK CfcUATK and the ALTKKTIVE msy bi fo'inl foi 81.I0 bj ail 1 rii '::r,
aci can lie aent ly nnicl cr express to ail parts of the country. '
All orders snou.d be addressed to
XArtia-i iu , are my hiiiiiwhih aKrnis
The Most Perfect Iran Tonic
HFGEMAN'3 Ferrated Elixir of Bark, or E-ixir
ol Calisay Hurt, with Pyrophosphate r f Iron.
Prepared by HEtiEMAM A CO., Chmista and
Tiruteists, New Vork.
tYKOPHOsPHA IE OF IF.0N was introdueed by
E Robtqtict, of pane, in 1KS, and receiveil lavora
bie notice Irom the rrench Academy; ills easi y
assimilated, and do dxompo-ed in th" siomach by
food or the gastric juice; it is a prompt, f rbcient
tonic, combiDiDK the eflecti of Phosphorus and
l'on, and ia not stimolvng orirritant.
Our FERRATKD FXIXIR OK HARK ia a pleas
ant Cord:a!, poeesami the va'uable properties of
Cal-eaya bark, and contains eight grains of th" Py
rophospha'e of Iron in evh fluid ounce; and in ail
cases, whera a mdd and erhe ious Iron Tome is
deaired, will lie fiund a mon T:uaUe preparat on.
fcaTpl furnisbed to Physicians on appl cation.
PUhifi VAtCiE CRUbf i. aei"cWd from healthy
country ch.idren, warranted rebah e.
HEUtM 1 N A CO'6 Coidial fchx r Cl saya Bark.
Alum and Kino Lozengea and Chlorate Poiash Lo
aenRea. All the above goi J fcy iTiit gi-ta.
Iii(,EMA A CO.,
maT 6m Chemist and Imigg st. New Tort.
Hadfield's Onion Fife Vorks,
IMPORTER Chine nre-Cractera, Rockets,
Ac... Manufacturer Lam-errm, F., Ac. Also
aiare aaaortmeni of his on importation of
Toya and Fancy Gooda,
84 John btreet, near Broadway, Nw-Tork C.ty.
HENRY & JOHN PARET, Jr,
53 CIIA.MHEUS STREET,
Manufacturers 2nd Jobbars
A Lare Stock adapted to Southern Trade
THAT "leexnt Store en the eorwr of Ihe Biuare
and -ed utroet, knwa a th Commarciai In
auranea OSiea. For ttrm-, cil on
Gilo SHIELDS A 00
tblJ- . 36 and. I Coi9 Uli
B. W. SPIRE.
lnlv Cerate !
.IAMKS (JfjACOCK, Provretcr,
P"-t otlice KoxO,, Aii-hiiili . Tr
in iiat-iiTiiie, tenn.
nnir. J 'in.
The Tennessee Marine
I'ndar the Naw (barter, la sow open Tor
NO. 31 NORTH COLLEGE STBEET,
axiT irooa to coaia or caw rr.
A. W . Bl'TLEIl, Bec'y.
JOSEPH W. AIXKX. Prea't.
J''W. W. ALLEN, JNO. 7. HILL,
W ATH ON M. CfjKE, C. A. R. THOMPSON,
V. V. EAVER, LAS'L V. CA RTER,
JN 0. P.. JOUNS0N. f-A.M'L V ANLEF.R,
G. M. FOf.O, R. B. CHEATHAM,
A. G. AI'AMS.
City flioe Store,
OPPDSITE THE ST. CLCUD HOTEL.
Portable Engine for Sale,"
TT7TTH a full and complete at of Oil Well Too!.
w th ttiisng, pumi, and aucker roda. For
furtr.ar (rticuiars, ensu re at
PERKY A r t'MONT-l,
mjl tf 0. 11 b:i Sueet
FOR IP1VATE DISEA3E3
The Dispensary is Located at
NO. 3 DEADERICK STREET
IX NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE,
H Ur 'le inJTaJ Z ?JF ' ' T' !" """' f York. v.il-. Kv , N,w
many ,hou"nd V-'n T " U"I1"!" l'"
.iscr.pt.c.nM0h-?r la"i "mT 'rm -vth cfc; or t, M,r, w ta . particular
Thi3 di:h julty cared iu a few dnys without nau -
ofV, and every vest.
With any difrienltyof the Womb, or other :ulmeids, ",otua!!Y cure-l b nLio an I ., .,K. .
or by a description given by the.r fum iy phys.ci .ta c: .l.e c.e. 7 X aUfang.tha.r ca-e.
This disease isbrcuchton by solitary hiibifa of youth. Terhips canoes mora difficulty th,n anr clh.r
It not only destroys ho, It and mind, rendering the ul e.t unrit I r f,o or n.r. 1, VT r,
it causing a tratn of sTmptoms to be apprehended from its iriKn . u eit.vt's? " bu"" vt u
Medicines Famished at the Diipecsarj.
nave trcut'eT ('" '.LoChav. a. ,.to
All ivrs.-ms iiliroad. who writ. .'..-iri.. ,.,.,: ,., ,, .
n, .: - " rcci, ni: tiler cnao. nr, evpect-
e, to, i,io:-e Ten Dollars, to insure nn answer, which sum will bocred.ted ou the amount
charged to cure their cuse, prov.ded the case is taken.
Patients from Abroad
Will be provided with comfortable hoard, lod-in , and every attention, hr ,;iak:r --tho
necessary arritngemeuU in advance of lcavin,' f,.r .Na hville. ' uw
This Pispc.snry is locaU'd on the -.oMi side of De.-tdcrick street, very near the S'.ui'o
over the business ho, ie of Ih bt. Eve A C". 1 '
.r-All lills'Iie-- Con!'ol, uti.il.
.j. .-.Ied.cnjes sent by express and mail to any part of the country.
Direct all letters to
' . 3 PEA'i'K
I'ont Oliicc llox Uitr,.
r?T(':M"e hours from s ;n t.i-,,, morning t f,
An CU Song, sol to a New Tune.
n'y i n'. 1 1 r ... r-rn - I n wrt. '
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N.' ii tn: ' ' i P'im:i V tW."
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Tostr.rV Kit, :.:if?, Ac. Filer's,
pe e - 'oe I ! r A " . .1... ;.' "' - ,
.-''. ml iied A'i'-, .t-, .1 .1.-., .I-'.
'('osf.irV b'tl-iiiu Kxtcrmlnator,
l' H '101 t r A -''! - I. e t , e-t I V, illd
al .0 a - ,i p:-'vi it ii-,- 7. 1 ,'. . .1 -,
"t'ostRrV I. Ii i tiif S'offlf-r for insrrtu
is . v- .V .- .. ;.- . .' ' ; ;.,
n, ..-. on I ..1.1'., ., , .1 : , ,1 .- , ,1 .
C M ' 1 pr. ur 1 t :t I worth'-ss 1111 In, nn".
c'-th t -t'"-rtt'H' n oii is on .i,ih llox,
'oi, irt, mi l I- ,-k, b-'I'.-e i""i huy
t-A llr,-d HK.tllV It. Os, T Alt.
1 1 lo ok, I ny, f. Y.
e-iold in N'a.hv Me, T.-nn.,
- h W. J A C V'. SMITil,
And all I r 1 1 1 4 1 'Is and Het.i ler-i.
INfT.EtK ii? i:T-i-Th" 'i ;ic,
(Enyli-b) a-eri-an I pr-.v.-i Or iii.'iir.
a.r of K 'l si k 1 I ruve i.rofecn y mid -
110 less than i-'d ,"'o in tnren m-Mrs No
trim imrr.eiise I .mi: v i'kii I Ke,t oo-.i n. 1 1.,
consume rnore l,jd than would su-twni .V,
S"be "Co'Tia'a" nlvertisemcnt above
jrif UTiHil ri r -i ;h a t'j1 nun ; fif.vpr .in .n :
ipniiiritt nit rn in h ; tor. Wp nh.uJ-t I kh
Hftrnt onft Ut i ih ut ih U-a fit of th-.r fXr!fn(
n rnv n out t';' tfrti. W pfit Nife-Ui n '
nog., fn'. u'l tiBp-t for Ui d huine
irir-'i'f .'n , mt I'vr.i, ,Y, J'.
M0"s "lmTAg's" U'lTcrtr-ienicnt arove.
COSTAR'S RAT EXTEItM INAT'JR i
ale, and sure tna 100-t ifi, 1 KA I - h
me t r,' we hi.ie ever a ten-ted. Kvery Ha
an :tl it, proj-riy i,rprd. ' 11 eat it, and
one 11. al enta I! ,!,, Keuerally, at w.me n
I -ta.it a- is hi.- rorn where it wan takei,,.
,sA't, .'tin h , .'J..; or.
.;- "(,o.-7k aarert,.-ement alT".
HOUSEKEEPERS trou'-il w 'n verrr, 3 need
Irf ao no Ii n.'t r, ,f they us "'Cost. a ' KTterri,;nit
tor. U e hmrr, used il to our HO-rf foil , ur,-! ii .
U'X Cf,-t J ,." would have It. W" hflf e it ,e 1 pf,.
'na, but t'.ey er!.-. ted ootrnni;; hut ".tr's'' ar
tKie kDoins Ine hreathou of ki, Mic, Ko hes,
Ants, and he i-Hni;-, ',i-k,-r t'.sn e tun w, 'e it
It 1- in zret oerc ind u.i over li,e coij.-i.i y. .V-,vi
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A VOICE FR' M THE FA R WEHT. H ;. r
f J 'Cf -mr ' K '. P' - e n, A it. Ac t K.r rru na'or
"more flru.n :.i, l iti - .on- arc destrove 1 i,i. ,;,.iy
in 'rni eoun y t y term n ir .n woo d 1 ay lor " n-
ol th . bat a-, 1 i:,-.- t k.i.er." I.i ,a (II.,.,
e "C iTta'i" ri I vert mfi.t abova.
FARM ERI A NI H' (Eii EEfEP.S- ah'.u. I re-coil-t
that t.'in lre-i! of 1, worth of t.run
Prot -.on-1, 4 : . am an n...y d'-'rovl ly k:-',
M e, A'.ts, and oi' er T.-e. :- i, -j rrr..n I .'f
wi; ,-h cu he .-e.oit-. l.y o f. doi,ri' wor'h r '.
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To WLcm It May Concern.
ALL perr,na fca.iaaC'a n.ei,a n-t tha Kaehv.I 'a
and C- inK.ifs Ra.i ,.H. omii.r, inruirel
pr .rui lr l li,,r, !.-), r i,o-;fi. I trial s,li su n
Claim" 'e referred u, a Cormi, ttw i,( ..r tor.
c,D-ii.n of I..TI Wd, M h. J,,. and 1 1,0-'
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Mon,Uyani 1 ueiy, .tft and i7tn 'nst.
WM. INN EH,
fetii If beceral buper auluat.
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KICK BTI1EF.T, N ASH VI I. I.K, TKN.V.
m the eve nil. .
IF YOU ARE SICK
i . Till-: Mn.Vr SUCt.'ESSKl-I.
!' thei PreHnt Apc.
Ilia Practice now Extern over
1JIKFKW i ;rvr htatks.
W.:h h ! ''.eneril Pra, t ., e, ho tn-nts l',e r.
C II RON I C CASES :
Lheumi.tism, AII.-ct...ii of tho Lurs,
I'!-eas s of the Throat, rwelled do nti, M.U
Limbs, lleiiri-y, l'mm, fleer, I'ani-er, ".ra
vel, li.-,, :, . s ,,i thn ii.-urt and Liver, Inile
loatioi, ,,f t. htoma.-h, NeiiraUia, Kit.'
livilor Serofulii, lieuioeM, lusea-.. ol tho
l.ves Inbil. titled by.-i.-iiM, i'vapepnit or
lii'iiL.-e.tioian t Consumption, bxeiner w 1 th
ii'l I'riva e inseaaes, and b. of th,,
TO THE LADIES!
All a:bs tion.H f f t.-.e W on, r. treated witu ucc.-
S T E Ii I L I T V .
Toiini Married L.d.es. who... m.fortiin" it ha.
Ien not to r,rn.if lorn, m ,iue km,o ,-ao o.nau i
u.o . ni.er by len.-r or iu perjn.
f' a l "rade-. Primary and Secondary, renotat!
from tne Ept-m.
NIGHT EMISSIONS C U Ii II D
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C.ty. v, io r.n.-, . :i ftt,,, fr ,w ,
tou ol Lad.M no-t (.ouerr.en, who a.-edit.iy
an h,m Irom .'i par'u.
An letters d.rts.u-d to l it. MeMLL, P.ox 7U.
'"f ' !rt,o"r York a lifA, btora.
MM1VILLE & UUTTAAOOUA
t CHANGE OF riilE.
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(tN an I after T:. I ,y, .Mar-h 'i, le., nd ,t.l fur
i..er not.ee, Iv-n.n 'lra.t wid run a. I...-0'-.
NASHVILLE CIIATTA.VOOfiA LINE.
I.t.viNh.iiia for Ci,tUo,A and ail i
.utn at . . a. m. and '., ..v, r. m. Arr.. t Ci aji
nooya , r B. ,0 , , , , A. m n,lt
lt i''Hi,;.;-Ii ( a-j.r, -,c t K . A u , ,
si.ru. Arnve at rt.wii,:!e at .i j-. a ,,.', .
a , Dit day.
a.i tr,ns connect at Wartraee t.r .Viieii,y.u
'AS1I VILLE A NOUTIIWESTEItN' LINE.
!ve Na-f.n.i" for Johi.onii, and ail ,Z
We-r and Northwest, ai r. Amte . 'j. t"u1
sf.ur.l.e al i ji r. u. "
Ken.rrot it-iH," Jot.u.nTiHo 1 O a. a ,rr
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.SAVE LXI'LNSE OK SLEEPING CAL3
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