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BECKETT, BROftXK, IUXKS &
I. aECKITT, O. W. HANKS,
V. C BBOWXt,
-SUNDAY, JUNE 17, 1SGG.
To the Patrons or the Xasbvilie
The decline in bueinees in Nashville,
during the past three months Lu been
most marked, Erery branch of trade
and commerce, and of the industrial
pursuit, has felt, in somedegrte, iU
partljiing effects. We hate felt them,
cot merely in the decrease of adver
tising and the circulation of the Usios,
but in the difficulty of making collec
tions to meet our daily accruing ex
pense. 'Whilst compelled to pay cash
for labor and erery thing consumed in
the prosecution of our business, we
hare been compelled, to a ?ery large
extent, to extend credit to those who
patronized us, and many of them fail
ing to meet their obligations, has im
posed upon us the necessity of using
n .hAt cmtal is left us. or abandon-
IUg VUO IUVUl.MUU VI VIA TV I"- JlMf, A .
We have determined, very reluctantly, I
to adopt the latter course. So with the
present issue, the daily NAbimLLE
that urn suspension wui ue oa.y vem-
porary, and that with the revival of
business next autumn, if it docs revive,
we shall Bad the prospect sufficiently
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In the meantime the V eekly rsAsn-
vii.le TJ:ox will be continued &ad. pub-
lUh ,r, Salnrrfav morning It will
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con tain all the news of the week, to-
matter, giving st interest as a family
newspaper. Advertisements in the
Daily unexpired will be inserted in the
The Nashville Union Job Office is one
of the best in the South-west, and wlil
be continued in operation as hereto
fore. The stock of materials compre
bends an unusual variety, among3t
which are the latest styles of types, ice.
We shall have competent and skillful
printers, and solicit a continuation of
the favors we have heretofore received
We take leave of our friends, the
reading public, with sincere regret
The Nasdvili.b Union was started in
the dark days of when it was
..nriain wlmt would be the result of
try had been precipitated by wicked
and designing politicians. Through-
out the administration of the Military
HntAmnr it rave, him a warm and un-
faltering support, end gave its influ
ence to all j uht measures, calculated to
bring peace to our pecxle and restore
Tennessee to her proper relations with
the General Government. The war
ended, and peace returned once more
to bless tho land, it sustained rresidont
Johnson in bis noble and maenani-
mous tfl'orts to rehabilitate the South
ern States in all their rights except
those, admitted to be lost by the deci
sion of the appeal to arms against the
South. It had full faith in the policy
inaugurated by the President, and
maintained by him with a firmness and
rpirit creditable alike to the age and to
American courage acd persistency ; and
Las seen no cause to doubt the ultimate
triumph of that policy. It cannot be
that tbe great masses of this nation
will reject it, and adopt in its stead the
measures of bis enemies, which, if not
so intended, will perpetuate discord
and strife, and wrong and oppression.
Firm in this faith, we ae full of hope
for the future, in tho triumph of just
principles and the restoration of all
tho States to their proper places in the
glorious old constellation. When this
consummation is reached, as ve de
voutly believe it will be, we shall re
subscribe with renewed seal and pa
triotism to the immortal tentiment of
the honored Webster " Liberty and
VnioA, new ana forever, one and itisepcr-
With these remarks we make our
exit for the present.
rOFUIKT0IU OF THE UsiOK.
lii-LL IU;x Kcpkatkd in Cakapa. The
Canadians used to be fond of referring
to Bull Uun as an evidence of the fight
ing qualities of the Southern, and the
nut atlair from that quarter. If we d,
u .ill r.l , n-OHaarv to mention
ecetieary vo mention
lillipsburg to silence
ray, Canada West, on
Kidgcway and Th
t.ipm At K'uK'owav
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IUO (4 1 ft sj vuai o tiu ruiiannj uv
br.vo Canadians took to their heels,
ratterinc the line of their retreat with
mat, cars, muskets, haversacks, can-
teens, and every tort of equipments
only stopping when they reached Corn-
wall, a distance of fourteen miles.
And the following happened at Thil-
linsburc. Canada East, as told by the
correspondent of the Boston Journal .
1 t !l the story as civn bv a riembt r of
I'urhnin-ut tr.-iii the cai-tf ru towmbip It
aorin that the r.o inandrr at fct. John'
tent out a cotnpmiy nud'T ("apt. Carter, 1
rbtl!ipbu-i;, to wi ch tbe inovemcnts f
the c n-iuy, with iutruetiiija to fIl back if
alUrkcd. Tbe aol.licra were oa the alert,
bfing c!.s to the boundary, bcoud which
tbe mvJicc urnij, unji-r Gen. bpear, was
upp acd to be drawu up in line of battle.
A horaemao api'cared ; a trout give the
alarm, nd t'apt. t arter, puttit g his niea
to the double (j'jirk, ran thfin eighteen
miles to bt. Juhua, where they ran u Kriy
exhauatrd, baviu thrown v their guua
and tquipmeuU. la their haute, they cut
a-rs Itila, w.liuc throtich watnp and
imry plkc-s, and uj-ju arriving atS'. Jojns
ere in a Mid plight. Tbe good people of
that town were iu great trepidation. Tne
troops were put in pr;tion tor defense;
uii-n hanU jai"ked tLeir goods ; families
in mi o prepara'.iona to ile, and thewinle
surrnuij.l:Lg country M alarmed, btch
m the iry, whu-b is exeedingljr mortify
itigtothe peojde here, as Hull Kaa was to
running qualities of the Northern army, ton naa oeeu
We are not, however, hereafter likely immense loss of life and destruction of
i.... mr- nf t,t nl,... property, because tho Chinese had re-
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in the Iloose
We do not think, (says the New
York Evening Pest,) it right to pass
over in silence the extraordinary scene
iu Congress, on Monday, between Mr.
Grir.nell, of Iowa, and Mr. RousEeau,
of Kenluy. Congress used to furn
ish, in old tiro, occasional p?cimens
of what wtre railed ''plantation man
ners," but Mr. Grinnell excels even
Henry A. Wise as a icoi1; and we
doubt if, of the House which listened
to him, the oldest member had ever
been witness to a more flagrant breach
of parliamentary decorum than he
General RousBean, B3 a Kenluckian,
a soldier, and a man noted for headlong
courage, might have been expected to
retort in kind; but he did himself great
honor by his moderation and entire
6elf-possesgion. He acted, under ex
treme provocation, like a true gentle
man; and no bravery in battle ever
raised him higher in the esteem of re
spectable men, than the composure
with which he bore the unparliamenta
ry and indecent language of Mr. Grin
We hope the House and its Speaker
will cot suffer a repetition of such lan
guage or conduct within its walls. Gen
uemen, HKe oenerai ivousseau, ouguv
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not to be exposed to such outrages.
The Emperor Alexander, who recently
reaped with his life from the assault
ed to issue a rescript in regard to cer-
ujq tfcndenc-e3 of tho day. He says
the attempt, which everywhere through
Russia provoked an expression of de-
Totion from his faithful subjects, has
served to show now tne6e latai aoc
tnnes are propngated. He adas, it has
so " pleased Providence to manifest to
e eyeB 0f Russia, the consequences to
be anticipated from these tendencies,
and Ihoee sophUtical doctrines, which
boldly attack every object which cen-
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Ilurifo liavo tauguv us iu TtuLikv
gious -faith, and the foundations of the
family, property, obedience to the laws'
and respect for established power.
As a means of counteracting these
tendencies, the Emperor proposes that
the youth thould bo educated in a re
ligious way, and that every "propa-
gand" of destructive doctrines thould
be vigorously interdicted into educa
tional establishments. lie propo9ea
also to ;ee that the respect for the in
violability of tho right of property is
maintained. He refers to the fact that
functionaries in tho service of the Slate
have not abstained from taking part
in the circulation of reports and erro
neous judgments as to the acts and in
tentions of tlie Government, and even
in the propagation of those subversive
principles whose development ought to
be interdicted. This, he says, must be
stepped, end chiefs of administration
must watch the acts of their suborii-
.toa n.l rlftJni form them the direct.
r5gorou8 fulfillment of the
0i,iigetiou3 which have been imposed
on them, without which the re can be
no homogeneous administration
The Emperor is determined to have
a, strong and conservative government,
and to allow the entrance of no refor
A Washington letter states that some
of the radical leaders are endeavoring
to mae 9i compromise by which John
W. Forney can be elected to tho U. b.
Senate in place of Mr. Cowan, whose
term expires on the 4th of March next.
They would do well to wait Rnd see
what party carries the Legislature next
Every European mail brings thereit
eration of the indignation of the Eng
libh people over tho news of tho bom
bardment of Valparaiso. They vent
their anger upon K-ar Admiral Den-
man, who had strict orders to abitain
from interference, and to maintain
strict neutrality, and they pitch into
the British Minuter in Chili with like
reprobation, as if he had anything to
do with it. These aro certainly the
wrong parties to bo blamed, if any
blame is deserved, except by the Span
iards, for their wanton and diFgracetul
act It is the iuglisii oovernmeui, ur
Ministry that are really tbe derelict, as
they alone could give the orders neces
sary to authorize or justify any tngnsn
interference. The English losees by
the bombardment were very keavy,
and the act was outrageous and use
W, but unfortunately for the irate
Britons, it is sustained by numerous
precedents, conspicuous among which
are those of Eritixh history, whicn in
deed form the largest proportion ot
Tl i historical fact was admitted dur
ing the debate in the House of Com
mos. Some of the Opposition, in re
rlv to the assertion that it was a bar
barous thing to bombard a deienceiess
town, called tho attention of members
to the fact of the bombardment of tbe
l.l town of Kacosima, in Js
pan, by British ships, which had been
defended on that floor; and that Can-
f""d to admitS.r John Iwrmg witmn
pretext for that barbarity quite as con
tempuLle as that of Spain in destroys
the wails Ol that C.iy in juu mjvnnm
lives and rrorertv. because the tniiiar.s
refused to perform the idle ceremony
of saluting the Spanish 11 a g.
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F.riuh history is lull oi suca msian
ces, and the English never complained
of them probably because uie lives
nd property ot tue M.ojMi naa not
been sacrifice.L But at Valparaiso it
U3 l1,;,e a different thirg, and al
though the Spaniards only loaowea
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Briti&h pr.edents, they are accused ot
1 atrocioui conduct.
Brix A iter TixfER " 1 he material
condition cf our country lurni.hes no
cau.-e lr auxity. Uar wcaau lsovei-
llowiuc, our commercial proniecU are
unclouded, save by th excels of our
own activity; and nothing 6eems likely
to disturb either the peace of Europe,
or the profound cortentiupnt which
this Island is erjpying " LtmdoH
(Quarter! y Jieviac, Junuaryl I SG5, p. 131.
Bill in Mat FoilowiX'J "Here's
ruin and war and j-esiilence upon us !
J .on don bankrupt, acd Europe & hor
net's nest! Fenians, Kinder pest, Uni
veisal Sutfrage and Cholera, and I'm a
beggar without a friend. Jjust my vol
unteer uniform, wipe my white feather,
and take a broomstick, to that mangy
old lion. I'll feed Lim oc Quarterly
Key iewB, dam'me,"
An English letter says that JudahP.
Benjamin has been summarily admit
ted to full practice in all the courts,
without any preparatory practice or
examination. The strong confederate
sympathies of the English bar smooth
ed the way for him in a manner that
creates much comment among people
of iliffcrent viera on thd American
Admission or Tesskssee. The Wash
ington Correspondent of the Cincinnati
Commercial says: '
Forty members of Congress have signed
a letter addressed to Governor Brownlour. of
Tennessee, asking him to convene the Leg
islature, for the ratification of the Consttiu
al Aiaeudaxentf which filially passed the
House on yesteMay. II tins be done by
Tennessee, it it moat proballe that her Cou-cres.-i
inal delegation will te admitted ere
the adjournment for this sa sion.
The Obio delegation held a meeting this
evening at Mr. rleon'a rooms, to con
sider tee question ot voUce to immediately
Monitors Crossing the Atlantic.
Mr. John Bourne, C. E., says in a
letter which has been published :
" By letters which, I have just received
from America, it appears that the monitor
Miantononiah, a s;sier skip of the Monad
nork, id about to leve that country for
England, and way be expected in Ports
mouth about the 23th of June. Mr. Fox.
the able and energetic assistant secretary of
tne American navy, is coming over in tue
vet sol, which, at least shows that he has no
doubt of the seaworthy qualities of that
kind of craft, although the sides are so low
that the deck is not 13 inches above the
water. The impregnable character of the
monitors, from the lowness of their sides,
and the immense thickness of their armor,
has long been wiiely known; but in Europe
Uoublsof their seaworthiness, based oa su
perficial considerations, have been perist-
eutly propagated, ia the idea, perhaps, that
the public faith in the excellence of the
European type of war vesse.a would thus
be maintained. Xheso illus.ons. however,
the voyage of the Monadnock round Capo
noru, una me lnienueu raj age or tlie Mi
ant'iioiuah across the Atlantic, will no
doubt dotomething to dispel; and raechan
icians at least will ut be slow to recognize
the superior power and elEcacy of tho mon
itor vessels, which in action not one ..f our
iron-clads would be able tc confront fi r five
minutcj without the most imminent risk of
being sent to tne bottom. The oiticers and
crews of the monitors ere entitled to the
h:ghest praise for the skill and courage
wun wmcn tnsy nave conauctea vessels ol
so novel a character over stormy seas acd
into tbe Hottest lire; and we may all be sure
that the naval men of tbis country will not
uj s ow to appreciate these qualities, and
to gave their brother b'.ue-jackets a cordial
welcome wnea tney arrive.
Extract from Gen. Steedmau's He
port of the Frcedmen's liuituu.
On the 13th of May we left Charles
ton Dy steamer, and visited first the
Sea Islands on tue coast of South Ca
rolina, which have been, and still are,
with the ifcland3 on the coast of Geor
gia, under the exclusive control of the
Bureau There are on these islands
one hundred and forty-one valid pos
sessory titles to land held by freedmen,
under the order of General Sherman.
They encumber thirty-two plantations,
situated on James, Johns, Wadmalan
and Ed is to Islands. 'J he number of
freedmen now on all the South Carolina
islands is about 3J.00O. They form,
however, but a Bmallproportion of the
agcregato number wno have occupied
the islands since General Shermans
ordVr was issued; many of those who
tirst came here remained on the island
but a short time, and then returned to
their homes on the main land. Others,
who made small crops, gathered them
in, and left to seek more profitable em
ployment. A large majority of the treed-
men who still remain on tne island are
in destitute circumstances. On Wad
ma'an and E iisto islands, many who are
cultivating lands for themselves would
be compelled to abandon their crops,
were it not for the provisions furnished
by the planters. Last season Govern
ment rations and clothing were fur
nished to most of the freedmen, who
were working on thoir own account,
with the agreement that they should
afterward pay for these supplies fur
nished out of the proceeds of their crops
but none of the outlays thus incurred
have been repaid. We found, on in
quiry, that some of the freedmen raised
good crops, and could easily have re
imbursed the Government for the sup
plies provided for them, but most of
them were swindled out oi an tuey
mtde by a gang of white sharpers who,
ntetendini' to be their friends, gained
permission to come upon the islands
and set up ston s. provided witn sweet
meats, cheao jewelry and worthless ar
ticlr s1 of drees, with which they plun
dered these poor creatures of their hard
earnings. The same class of persons
who thus defrauded the freedmen last
year have made extensive preparations
to secure this season's crops by the same
maans. e found a number of their
stores on Ed is to and Wadmalan islands
and will mention one case where
one of them is connected with a plan
tation as an example This store is
on a farm rented and cultivated by
a Mr. Underwood, of Boston, Mas
sachusetts. Accompanied by Genera
Scott, we stopped on the plantation
and investigated the condition of the
freedmen thereon, working by the
"task," which is precisely the same
manner in which their former owners
worked them. The price per task is
fifty cents, which, if paid in money or
its equivalent, would be fairwagee; but,
in lieu of money, tickets were given
them, on which waa printed "Good for
- in provisions at our store " These
tickets were taken up by the store
keeper, with corn at S3 per bushel, and
other articles at similarly exorbitant
prices. There was no meat ia the shop.
The freed people gathered round us
while we were there, and complained
bitterly of their treatment, stating that
with the wages pt.id them they were
unable to earn enough to buy, at the
prices charged, their necessary subsist-
enca if these lreedmen were paid m
money for their labor, they could escape
the extortions of the shopkeeper, but
with the tickets issued to them they
are compelled to pay tne prices
charged, and take whatever the store
keeper sees lit to give them Compe
tition, which would greatly reduce the
price of provitions, is prevented, at
leant on this plantation, by military
ordeis. Mr. Tolls, on an adjacent
lantition. was selling com to these
people at $'2 per bushel, and taking
Underwood tickets in payment, but he
was compelled to desist by ppecia
Speech of Emperor Urazil.
In his dpeniDg speech to the Erazil
tan larliameut the .Lmperor Don re
dro II thua referred to the Paraguayan
"The national honor, which the Pre
sident of Paraguay has assailed, ia not
yet fcuilicienily vindicated to warrant
us in discontinuing hostilities ; it is
however, tatisfactory to know that all
concur in the fulfilment of so sacred a
duty. An offensive and defensive alii
ance exists between the Empire and
the Argentine and Oriental Kepublics.
The terms of this alliance have been
adhered to ly the contracting parties
with the utmost strictness and good
faith. The province of Kio (irandedu
Sul having been invaded by a Paraguay
an force 1 deemed it my duty to be
present there to encourage tho defense
of the integrity of the Empire, ily
beloved sons in-law accompanied me,
impressed with the same feelings. The
surrender of Uruguayans and the dis
arming of the invading force rendered
my presence in that province no longer
necessary. The province of Matta
Groeso, with patriotic real, has preserv
ed the capital and a great portion of
tlie empire from the aggressions of the
enemy. Our amy and nayy, the na-
tional guard and the volunteers, by
their zeal and discipline, deserve the
nation's cratitode. Reeretting deeply
the losses endured in the present war, i
cannot bat contemplate with pride tne
heroism which follows the Brazilian
came and the glory which has immor
talized the memory of so many gallant
men. The allied rings wave over the
territory of the enemy. By the grace
of God, and conSding in the gallantry
of our army and n avy , and in the brave
ry of our allies, I hope that in a short
time the war will be brought to an end.
J)iRTIE3 deming to invest their greenbacks in
Good City Properly,
Including Building Lots in North Nashville, South
INa-nvuJe, We?t PshTtlle, tcgtneld,
Can be accommodated on the most
liberal terms by calling at 38 l-'-i Union
Street. J. L. k 11. w. BROWN,
June 17-daw2t Reai is ale Agents.
TO WHOM IT MAI CONCERN,
The underwritten Sale of the entire
Stock of Goods saved at the
lilt FIRE Oil BROAD ST.
To Whom it May Concern!
y ILL BE SOLD AT
IP ill lie Auction!
Store House, 54 Broad St.,
Tne ent ire Steele saved irom the ruins, consisting of
209 Assorted Etiled Bedsteads,
4 Marble top Stands, .
1 full Marble Bureau,
1 Oue-.'onrth Marble Bureau,
2 Ward Iiobes,
10 D zen Chairs,
2 Side Boards,
600 Linen Sheets,
. 473 Linen Bed Spreads,
1,000 Linnen Pillow slips,
6i'0 Bowls, ' -300
12 Shuck and Ha r Mattrasses,
A Large Stock of Kotionj !
Also a Ia'jji lot cf s'.ock too numerous to men
t on, all tj be sold to tte
Highest Bidder !
Salon ti commence TUESDAY MORNING, at 10
ALL MAY MARRY HtFPILY, irrespeitiva of
Uifa VA(l I ! h .nla- r, . i 1 1 ,. C . 1 .
-A k. p, , .. ....... v. t n:.u . 7 lulu wio ivro U IUCU)T
pociie tvx cn be gained bt following simple rules
Send a dirwted oiiyeiope hi SAi A Hli. LAM BIGHT,
GreenpoiLt, N. Y.
I" OVELY GIRLS and festive biys, send an ad
J drested envelope and twentT-fi?e cnts and I
win send you some valustio inT.r:iislion that wiil
please ycu. Address Miss JANlfi BRIAN, 8i3
U .w. ,4... . ml -V
IHE Examination for admission to the High
behool l'ep&nnient of the fu.ibville Publio
bchooU w.ll Uke place on Mond, Tuesday, and
Weoiiesdcy, the W W. 19th and Bth, inst , at the
Uume School, at liJ o'clock, a. x
P. S. FALL,
jelC.31"1 President Board of .Education.
HAVING 8UGGS8TED THB INSOLVENCY
of the EitHte cf K. t-n, dejeasid, to tne
Clerk of the Court of Srrith ccuaiy, Tei.nssee,
and ordr hsvinx beta made in the .Nashville
Union, a cc-wspaper putiliohed in thoeitj of Nash
ville. Tennetse-, tor lour coni-eeijtive wetks, re
luiriiK nil persons having claimB against said es
tate to nle them, properly auiheutkated, wi h the
Clprk of mid Court, on or before th r h.t or
Octoata, I86, for pro rta dirttiihution, or they will
be 'cover birred in law ortquity.
This is, thereiore, Aotico ot the fam. this June
13th. ImJG. GILHERT BR1TTLK,
administrator of the euu of hi. tisovr. deceased.
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A." ?Xy. - n uKK.S : nr ani, nna hi- I
tor being a Private Instructor fur
Married persons or those about to Matry, both MMe
or female, in eer, thing concerning the physiolo
gy and relations of our Hexual byvtem, and the
I'lodunon or i-evention of Otftipring, includiug
all the new dis-Toverirs never betoi given in the
Eog i. h language, by Wa. M. YOUNG, ML 1 his
is really a aiualle and intere-.liog worn, li is
nt ec id plain languuge for the general r ader, an
is iilu.xtrHted with upwards of one hundred eograi-in;-.
All young married people, or those coi.um
plting niHini'g, and havmg ihe la-t impediment
to mrned lif. , should read this book Jt ai-closes
secrets that every one should be aequa ntd with.
St 11 it ia a hook that mast be locked up, and n t
lie i tout tne house. It will he Bent to any one on
rece t of Fif y Cents. Address
LK. Wm YOG,
No 410 Spruce St., Kourth
June 13-1 j ear. PHILADELPHIA
ITTE MANUACTUUE FIKST.CLAS9 COOKING
" and Heatioi btoes, vie 'Ihe lartraad bma
tiful square Wood Cock, "MAT FLoWKK;" also
thit super or square Coal Cook Steve, Ll'JNESd."
Th-e are celebrated tttovv. We make a variety
of Jf rtmiuru Cook to-r.s,
?&thr and Healing S!o?e?,
FOR WOOD AXD COAL.
Water Coo'crs from two to twenty gallons, plain
and fancy: aio Wa:or l anks for sleeping cars.
PLAl AD FANCY TOILET SETS.
Cah Boxe, Pretest Ca?es, Toy Cups, Rpitoois,
and IAPANN F.I WAKE of all kinds ; Japanned
Tin Platen, and insurance Cotcpany Piates.
PLAIN ASSOKTLD TIN WARE.
Copper Boilers, Cups, Dish Pans, Milk Pans, Wash
It ATH TUU, LAKGK
PJungfi Hponce and klip
liatliM ; Children's
ltatliH( all iizet4
Fry it Can Tops and Iioitoms, for Bolder or
wax, and FUUIT CASS.
Tin Plate, 8bet Iron, fp per Rivets; ail material
for Tinner's and T nmn'a Tools.
Ice Cream FresM ani Water Filters, for nso
with or without Water CoUrs.
We offer the abo vast low ca h prices.
Nicholas PaUersen & Co.,
Nos. 81 and 83 West Second Street.
GOLD hTin5 p.ltfcnced. we advance (he t rice of
K bs to 6 cent per pound.
For aa fcood counuy cotton and linen Ra, de
livered at our wreho.., n rth east corner ot tbe
'qn-re, in lots or fi;ty pounds and cpard, we
w:ll pay S cent par pund, each ; ani lor liotey
lt-g. 1 cnt per pound. Wa herrtj agree tr par
tne above price uatil the 1 -t day of An- ust tx xt.
june-2m iM Publ.c rOue, Nashville.
H.BZLT & CO.
Wholetaleand Retail Dealers Ik
HAV3 ON HASL FOB SALX, AT KEDTJCED
Tlaster of Taris,
Lath Kails and Hair,
Fire Crick and Clav,
And olhr maleriiJa requi ite for building p o
tirnt f t 75 tg.,. barrel ; $3 W for five barrels
anneia win find it to their interest to give osa
rail lor Land Placier to anw with Clover and other
Grain and Grass it douhiee the yield.
Office No. 6 SOUTH COLLEGE ETREET, mear
;! if II
I j I CELEBRATED ;
li I iff nfij li
li AND I!
iA R I S W . ,
No. 28 Cherry Street,
fi. 4. HELFEB & CO.,
No. 76 North Mirket Street,
Nashville, - Tennessee,
KEEP constantly on hand a good assortment
Trotting Wagons,SprIng Wagon?, Farm
Wagons, Skeleton Wagons,
And will make to order all kinds of TLFAStTRE
CARK1AGKS ia their line, on Uir Urms and oi the
best it enal.
fiea'era are respectfully invited to rail and ex
amin our htoek tefore pnrcha-ir g tlnew hore.
Vy-Kfpiring cone wuh nea ntaj and dispatch,
and all woik warranted.
A. A. HELPER & CO.
THK MERC3AJ.TS' EXllHANE will he open
ed for business a', the Hall of the chnmlr r of
Commerce, Ho. 40 Collree strenl, on '1 tiursday
next, and every day thoi culler at I oVIock, pm,
and remain open until a o'clock, v hen it is expected
that the Mmoers will be present with samples of
Cotton, Grains, tirocenes, if..
Ail buyers, whthr members or not, are reHpect
fully invted to be present.
marii8-tt ISAAC LITTON, Hec'y.
To tile Stockholders of (he IV. &
N.W. It. R. To.
fc'ASHViiL-, Msy So.
IN porsnance of a resnlnMon of tbe Konrd of Di
rectors of the Aai-hville and Norihwe-tern Rail
road Company, passed May 12, 18ni, the Stor-'k-holders
will please take no. ice that they are re-
3uiredtomeetinNahvi!irtoa tl.efirM Monday in
uiy nex', baingthe 'id dy cf th month. The
meeting will convene at the office of tho Nhviile
and Chattanooga ft :u I road. A fti'l atindnnre is re
quested. JOHN O. KWlSti,
jel-lm Secret' ry and Treaxurr r.
Closing out Sale
LONDON WATCH CO.
Cwing to the f .ilnre and sudden tloinj; of the
works and businean of Ihe
London Walrh Company,
A large number cf the WaU-hes manufic'ured, e -pe
iiu y tor the Unitd KtMc", l-ing heavy, first
class tune keepern, inieaded to stand hard urfsga
and sudden rhangesof Umperatit'e, are let, in our
hands lor immed ate nale. as Ageut of tne t;oir.
pny we are obliged toisrow of th.a -to k ior
ca-h in the ahorwxt poto,iol time He have,
therefore, decided on th plan annexed as the one
that will be p'o iuct ve of the desired re'iit. This
plaa gives every one an oi portmii y if obtaining
tirst class timtkeerers st a price that all ciiu torn
mand. As tvery Cernfioatj epre.- n.s a wstoh,
there are no bianka, and every one ho invests in
this sale mirt g-t a Wa ch at half the letuil price
al kt; and it l all lortuaat?, one t) wear with
pride hrouch life.
K mut-uces may be made at our risk in reg s er
ed letters or by express, or Os-t oft.c orders and
drafts payable to oar o.-de-, snd we guarnn(e
spfeieturn. 'ihisirsuass safe Celireiy and sure
return to every ruton.
Vie warrant every W ch ai represepted, and
satisfaction i- guitran ed in etery inctuiao. Know
ing the worth u' the stock, we chu x ve a warran
tee t every purchaser. Tne pi ice ir.i- teen placed
at the very lowest ngure, in order t insure im
med ate saie; end all who desire to improve the op
portunity should make early app.icnL.on.
HART, GIBSON & CC,
SOS Hroadwny, IV t xv York,
Ajents for the London Watch Co.
THE FOLLOWING SI'LEMIL LIST OF
Fino Watches & Chains,
WOKT1I $550,000 !
TEN DOLLARS EACH!
127 Gold hunting ca:e4Clironomleri,
tr. ru fl75 to tjO
163 Gold hunt ng cas-d EuKhrh I'.leut
Lver.., t l.V) io 3s
141 Gld burning caned Luplrx.. .. 1V to )
173 Gold hunting caed Patent Leveri-... 75 to 27o
'.t & Id nunlinsf cssed Lvers.... ...... Oi to
24l 1J hunting cawed lplcee .. 5n to ')
li.aG.il. I miiiic taed Leiier'. ........ Hi to 274
8.U Heavy sold caed Patent LeTers... 75 to 'IJ
v 8 liehry ftoid cased 1 eer 7 to 17
liO Ladies' yold hunvDcaxed Levers.. V to XJA
Hi I adies' goid enamelled hauuc cased
Levers . 65 to 210
135 Iji'iies' no d enamelled n ai-: caeed
Levers M to 275
86 Ladies' gold cssd enslaved Lovexs 45 to 175
2i.3.Lad'aol lcatd enjmm-1 l.ep;Df-.a Vt to lz
S8"Heavj aoi.d cased Hiver lupiex.... li tj lia
7d6 Heavy soiid cas-Ml tilvdi Puu-ui Lev
ers . 3 I to 125
fiOO Heavy ik l:d a ler caeed Lev r.... 14 to lat
478 Heavy sol d ailver ca ed Lepiues.... wito Hi
asaljadies' solid cased Lcvcrt iuu 90
'fH L lies' soli t c a ed Le mnes to 65
5.0 Soli l fiold Guird aud Vest htua 15 to Ho
30o Hoi d Gold Leoutins and lhatl,u4... 15 to 15
a.:l the above lict cf Watches will le told lor
Tea ixdlara eacn.
Cenifica'ea representing ear:h anJ every Witch
ia i he above lii are p.a.ed in eia.i.ar envelows
aal sealed Any pern oU-.anio a Ort li ate, to
be na I at our . me, or sent by n.ml to aDy address,
raa have tbe rti -Is called fr on ihareiuru of the
Cert finale, wuh Tea Luliara.
We charge, lor forward id g Cert,f;at, (0 cents
ea'h. Five wil! be sent for l. and tu'-c lor i't.
Tbe temnratea rsnri in all .-- l returned
wita and accospaoy the money wnen g.o.ia are
Allordera prcmpty fld and forwarded by re
tam mU oi exprve. Address
HART, GIBSON & Co.,
203 DKOAIMVAV, N. Y.
fSHVILLF, MAT 17tb, WA. TAKEN UP I;T
Wm. eaddiea, two aire y mar. One ol ihe
n am ia ilTjM bay w.in nht hi ad le-1 white
wim whita atar ia krehed, two n.te spin on ine
le t aide, twelve years eld and fourteen Uru.it hih.
Va!ae.i ot iJ.
Iheo fcer of said r'aree ia a dark Lay fourteen
yenrsofd. foortr hands high, one wetnera spott
ed hid &t hiie, wiUi a bitle knot about the .'z
of aa egoo the neck. Vanned at J. b ia
juoeli-wJt AL1X. KKOiii.L, KaaKer.
Forl.eaiiaK ike Convict Labor of the giata
'PeaiieatUry of Teaa.
SEALED PB' PJfcALS will te received by tbe
undersigned for leas ng t! e cmvict hunr of tte
bbte Penitenba-y cf Teoue see, t II the toth day of
Juue proximo, lor tbe period ol :our years In m
Mid date, witi the prelere;.ce in f.vo.- of th
Lessee fjr an ai'dit.onal H.ur years over other b,u
ders for new pre pos ls at thread f h nrt four
years other i hints bcicgf qul. Ihe Lese wi
be author.si to occapy a.id take rhari;e c f tbe
Shops and Workhr use in sitid 1 enitentiat y ; to put
np ucn rrach nery as he may deiie,aud tiutll
bse the privilege of buy;ERp at such prices as may
be arreed upon, all the loois, fixtures and rraienala
cn I and, t otfi fio't hedacd urnm hed. fcai.i Leoteo
ha 1 al t rx Dnd to hire a,l tne aUe c iivh-Is on
hand, or that may fcereaf er come ir.to sid P ni
tent.ajy eurKU his term of lease, excep uii Ktich as
may be neut Srary to keep up the esiat nshment.
S.tid Leee mail trtat ttose tired w.ih huniauily
acd k-cdouss, couiotimu to i ui h rules t y law aud
reu stion at msy tie eHiabhsn d ry tee i irectcrs.
ma wurii tfcem tut en-e.l;i;n tea h.ur per dsv.
For ea. h odtici ibui emplnved tho Les.ee thall
pay into the State 'lrearury the price per d-y imj.
aa d payment to be maae .i ,-ter v lie shll also
pve iood with spprovtd eecurity ia the st.m cf
Bltv thotisana dears, pa vat I j t- the Mate ol I en-
m f see, lortre laiihtul peilurrr.i n. o. the under
taking hreby iini o-fd. 'I hecoovicti will t pro-
vinoued aad lo. h-d by the btate of lenwssee,
The pieKnt nuni erot conicn two huad:ed aod
tetly atucj rurrber Will ptobsUy be very ltue
ly iureaf tdat an ear'y date. All ccmmuiih-uti. ns
my be sent ! tbe 1 rectors, at either ihe City Ho
tel or at me I'tnnectiary.
Iirectorj of Eir.te Pt n:ten'iary, Tennessee.
Ka5hvii'e, Tenn., May 5, lM-;in
- Extensive Sale
Camp and Garrhsn Kqaipnge,
Crriii or Asst. Qlae. aAfrr i, 1
Fasti iilik. lifts., June U, l.ie f
OX FEIDAT. Jl'NE S'Jth. 1 WILL OKFEK Fort
8ALK at Public Auction, at the Government
Vv arehouse, comer f fcroad and Vine btretts, a
lare lot of Condemned
Clothing, Camp and Garrison
in pait, of th foUowins
8i7 S iovtis,
718 hut tr Poncho.
AUo a larra .mnnnt rtt X RMV PI nrt 1 Vil r.t
all Defer pt on About $1 ,o o worth ot Condemn-
TKltMa -Cah in i;oermeDt fund.
By Older of Hrevet Lt. Cjl. . K. KDLY, U. a A.
lepot Qu.trle nia.-ur,
TUi-MAI J. COX,
)unel.-td Brevet Major aad A. J M.
viovtruintL't baie of Weeds
Oincc AcisisTiN'r QrAKira.sria, I
asnviLl.t, TaN., June li. Isl6 J
I WILL f ELL AT PUbUC AUCIIu.N OX M. N
Lai the iith, int , in tdg-htld, near the Cav
8041-2 Cords of Woo J.
Sale to commence at 11 t Vlcck, a M
Teaaa Cash !n Government fundi.
By order L'.. tX.1. A. R Ei tv.
E. B. KIRK, Brevet Maj r li1 A g M
VWSKRS of LoU or prrperty rn which Govern
J nient build;rK st od on the wcond dwy of
Apm, are nerei.y tu nea to can at my oihce
on Cd.tr street, west ot MeLemore, prepared to
esttbush ownership, loca ion an t diinen."iocs of
suah propei ty. Jimneuute ut.ent on it neeexssry
A W WILL.
june5 1ft Bvt. Jlnj. and A. t. M
UO. 38 NORTH MARKET ST.,
WHOLESALE AXD RFTA1L DrALER IN
OF AIL KINDS.
OV'iD respectfully cll nltcr'.ion lo his Ir.pe
and complete assortment tf
Pador aod Household Furniture,
JUfcT RECEIVED AJD ARRIV"l(i DAILY.
My assortmnot of
WASH STAND 3,
(EMIIE AND DIMSti TABLES,
Cannot bo exco'le I, an I brfjre iiir.rhAsing e'a
wncre i iteeire an exim na'ion oi the inaoincota
stock in ft re. 1 ft-1 satisfied that I hv
TIIB BEST STOCK IX TDK ( If I,
A!IofhichI w 11 tell at lowrr p-i es th-n the
same goxjdj can be had t oth-r i ln-e.
K TAMB F,
nifjiJOSn Ko :;s Korth Murko. ftreet.
Of) TO 8 t.rx 0 A YEAR. A (ioo I Chance
O iJyJJ to nuke rn oey. An Aueut is wanted
n every to n in t ie L'r.iou, t mn. tur and
s ' an article cf dHi y coDsnrr.ption in every fm iy.
Can tm mnu'!V'tiir i iu the K nt's dcllirn. it
iserjiirwly new. Kcurfd by ctpnht Me u
pe'iuaneut a fl ur. o littiiifc up 'ai Ik done.
Korlull partK iilir address w ta t-Uirp ein'ioped,
for returo. Htla CjliLtMZ, Ml idivt iwo, Md.
JAMKS A.. McCLiUItIC,
33 I'M ON ETREST,
MrHnrrRf.HREK. d wholfalk and
Retail Dealer in I'lAMM. r-o Aj?frt lor
the world renow edSl Kl.NWAT AtuN'.i Al-o
a. V tide A (Jo , John b. Lurham, and Ca'onberK
A Vanprl. role Agent fur Carhart. Ne'ihmn
Co.'sHudA H Triuce's chrie-t CfiURcH nJ
PARI.OK OKiJA.i-, HARMONIUMS avl MEt-DlN-,
tOKe'hT with .Sheet Mu ic, Mum books,
aad Musical Merchanme ft'&eraliy Thia liog
the olileot and Urpt Music Sr in the Bonth, ej
al lei the proprietors to sell at the i'lfri (MXHiile
rate. Dcrptvn C:i'jtioKii-s of iSusic and in
ert, meets Inrrii hd upon application. Music fir
pihe. free of poHtsg i.-m
A New Cooking Stove.
Z a' ds'-on- cf intro Jucin? in this section,
HOME COSIFOBT STOVE.
This is sire ly a FI S3 T-CLAM C K)K STOVK
The io'oU, doors aud danitiers are so n.cely rtUed
as t make it perfectly t ght.
'I hi- doors, boit-iw aad ta-k are lind wi h tin,
Oi'ts r-t-inioR the heal in trie oven, acd re-inriit(
very littl fuel. It i ma le tth with and w incut
renerroirs and closets, lt combine more of
Durability, Dispatch. Convenient?, Ecacciny
than any other now made. It baa an IMMENiB
SALE tnrcuKhorillheorth, and meets w.th
wherever it has len m'ro-la-ed in the Rout
We have cnv of the Sieve, also purnphieU, K'
rn a full d iption.
iJaru wj-h.U( to introduce thia
ExceHcnt aad Topalar Stove
w:!I pleaae aIJres us at once. We cire to asnta
Uie escluit.re sale.
sole Maoui j turra,
jnne.r)-w Iry, ew I oik
ALL PERSONS HAVINfi CLIIMS AGATN3T
the Lete of JOHN MXhK, oece-Ml, are
hereby not: (led to preset them, duly aut'ien ira
ted, to Jee Taylor, CierK f ihe 'uo'y Coirt ut
Perry tkxiniy, on or bl re the Sf iU ia or Jcaa,
ISMS, or they w.ll be toriwl. I harnfl nig(et4 the
tnsovtney of aatdestaie, June Mh,
1 W. T. HAANts
Administrator of J. G. Sf joat, acea.ed.
I, H. THOMPSON,
HAT Al CAP STORE,
Ladies' and Gents'
No. 28 Cherry Street,
T. F. SALTS
Corner College and Tnlon sis.,
rj F iS old esUbl ehed Gnliery has lately bieen re
modelled and filled up in macmn'ent tyl,
and every convemenre has been studied for the
benefit of the puNic. It has only to hi een to ha
appr iaied. It is al' on one floor, with nice Toi
ll lt4)om lor the Ladies, and trusts that his ettrr's
topleaeewill beapprrciated ty his patron. We
are in receipt of a new lot ol Albun s, Tarts de
Niche runes, new style, and, aa hie ret lore, will
keep a lar;elot of Gilt and kosewocd rrames, auit
able for lare l'ictures, such aa
N. B. rartirnlsr attention t;'ven to Copying and
Enlar.nK, raint 0, 3ns , in e,ery style.
aW"l"u:i and see befrre going elsewhere.
Kememhe-r th p'ace Corner cf College and
Union streets, over the lrui fctore.
L. L. COLEMAN.
AMONGST the many complimentary
notices given us by the press of this
city, we know of none which we deem
as coming with bo much heartfelt sin
cerity, as the following from the JVLwA-vel'f-
Daily Union ;
"At a period like the present, when our
city is filled to overllowmg with a transient
population, and diseuses prevail to an ex
tent hitherto undreamt of, it ia proper that
themeinsof cure should be of ready ac
cess, and that those immediately interested
shou d Lave information which will lend
them to ayail themselves of competent
Medical adrice. Men whn hnva lr, .!..
eated in tbe beat Bchool of the profession
ui iiicjiciue, auu ucca tuccetslul in a prac
tice of man v vears. ar anrelv ,.riK.
confidence; il thoy have giveu their atton-
nou exclusively o one nrancn or the pro
fession, aijd rnude theni3clvei masters of it,
they have still more right to expect up
port, in re particulurly if they have afford
ed proof of their ability to cure. To this
latter clasd belongs Dli. L. L. COLEMAN,
who, in big specialty, has been a ben-gactor
to the a III ic ted. and mar ever I.a
as a safe and sure physician."
We respectfully inform our friends
that we may still be found at our office.
relieving those atllicted with
Also, all female aillictions arising from
functional derangements of the WOMB
and irregular Menstruation.
All my preparations can be sent by
Express to any portion of the country.
L. L C0LEH1S, fl.D.,
tl North Cherry Street,
Tost Office. Eox 502. Nashville, Teun.
Blacking and Ink.
Butler's Premium Blacking,
IN Til Boxes, qiuli'y uniform and aceplAbi.
Wuh o. e exoaptiun, trie rale of this brand i the
Israeli in the Went. Ir.i'na rdurd, and discount
l.rr at V hr:csale. Ka trry ', V ice .trnni, io
cinaaiu TH M a. iJJlLEK, Ajj-wt.
Boilers MLliil Blacking,
Aboft oil paste, in glah pins. The
1XL ia the moMt per'ot Polish blacbnj :n
tne eoun:ry piai totha Kix h hlacliin Hav
ing do'iti th usua qaitainy of Oil it xceU ad
ottwr Poih B;a. km a lealQer preeeriabv.
r actory !Ht Vine street, f irw innat .
TH'. B. LUILER, Agent.
Butler's wTiting Fluids,
AKE offered ia Wholesale A at low pricw.
1h. .wiU bve a Mghnr reputatoa thaa
any ether ot Airin:ui manufacture., and in ine
W H h v a Urt-r sale thaa aey othef braad. Kc
tory J Vine street, 1 un moati.
JAH. J. BUTLER, AxnL
Marking Ink and Mucilage,
apr!3-ta th am i p
E. REMINGTON & SONS,
KeTOiref Klflrs, Muskets and
ho- tre l'ntpd BtaUM arvi. Also Pcket and
ilrlt Revolver, K-pt n Pistols, h n ( aoet, Ke
voiTing R fl.-. R He aot tti .1 ima hairfU, aad Oun
Materia' orily. bold t y (iun itealrr aad the
trulo thrvukhout theeoiiotrv.
luthms data of Hruo KttVx and Rohlry
ery h't.-e. rtore, hank, and otfi- e khoui4 havw
ooeof KEMLViTuN'S kKuLVKS
Circu.ar toe tainibir cuu and d-nrnntion ef our
Ami will he fiirn'sheii uioo a;pl" iion.
b. KKMIitiTO k K).i, llioa, 5. T.
pruU2-3m o. iu CvuxUand Ik., . 1'.
Cherry Mreet, Car aa Cay.
A. FLYSN, in ii..-.
The world renowned
W.I1 ma-e their Tii Appear nc ia SAaV.MX
in I-'lve Yeata, ot
.Monday Eveaiap, Jane 11. lCt;.
For full particnlars, sew Frt47nnv33L
Admission, Dree, ci-c'w
Box TfF.ce opn from cf,v a w to 4 p w
hew teats can heiecured w.;ui rairc:.e. '
uoLMix o?tra morpE!!
Will foilow theCanptn 3f .j
li l i ? rnnin
ilUD run ClliLli!
SHIRTS OiDT0 OBDEH
AND BUT YOC
QUEEN & GREENE,
-an ti'i.LEi.s sTsssr
NEW I5D BEH TIFI L WORK,
THE PICTtRlAL FOOK vT
ANECDOTES AND INCIDENTS
OF THE REBELLION';
lerox. Patnohc. P0: t, v. Rorranu-. HaTaar.
;uia rr'Sf .-jii.
plen4i.ll, i::n.tr.t-J lh 8 Pot..(,
ThlH WOrk fttP Mn al .
hn mure.. ..." r.r: r-1 "r
and a oo. m0g mi :t, r,wiv.u r . r Z
,, r rejje i.ri ul ..,.
Wonin.'i.i ik... . i.ii
i -i -i e.i Vrifi.
L'--h..-j olfxen. h, .
yotin; men. . a.1 ,n rrorj .
-eryeco,,,,!. , Z;
A'1JrM..,!r NATIONAL PCM.!!!;".; '
trayi-:tni .Uw a 1
Ot ttton Uoalj, Tf anfssf.
10,000 Shares of $20 Escfr.
first riiMKJT io rtt saiLL
OOKSwrll hwnpn. Mar 1 h. f r4i
n. Tr-:iYa, i;...l.r., Tl 3,
n W B.MM H, Cotnmurioa Mervliat Uxao
'Ihis Company owns tte Uicon
Oapr.B;er. k, tvevta rr.anty. Teon. - b.-pro.m.1.-oil
iu ..'iabtia.s variously MiJeii
2D TO 7JJ BARREL, CF C!L PU B1J.
E L H' KFM v,
The Chief Cbdwi of Prsti.'rcrt DrxlrcrJ.
DR K. Cri UTARKTS I : nfUB r.:., L
ruie.1 bj lei era Patrut u the t a e-( - ; m
aaJ Irion. Prrprw4 scrly t.j in jte ,
f-cUu Coropuy, at.ttinr i trA rr,
ris, juo. n Hum; atMi, . T.
Tnn Company organ.!! oa a parruaarnt la,
witn lit Uururrt, u. eelrhraie.i Kro 4 t. .V rt a.
in chiirjin cf it L6raJory, aeparel Lt n.m;,
i Mniii r.n PLtiM for riMMi, iumr ,
uua, water cioaeta, pr;vis repijij, mus t -trrs,
rliipa, railnaie, boep'ti, i.ru oa, aal
tnstuii'aiua of I knia.lu(tir rvAe, mTm a
ft b..iiLd -Jiliuen' ; an a t men nr
(icmnenecly 101 rcamci; liui rii ai lice to
rry iariaer, eo i wher' pi" o u u I cr'eae.a
a aixk. ihep 9 X-at rm aena-f, ul
M'ptcs, aotipuiraeceuie. t 1 niulw-taaua ! i.
icient.nc R.eaauif o ""a. tn.
Dux ou i(e asa oJorm t y cti e:si i r, ,e
leir in Iheir plm r Ktiulh,ji atr u.ry mrm ft
frTkiilkas, aii rntlt Qi.-0Mt ui eeecao
gift out u junua to u-ti.i ui 9k! lny mt
ueri. Imiliclmtl rii ul a i, n ic a m
ia directe'l u tliena i m.'r uuite. Aii fuel
Iwi n,. n l m Uut ei Uu gfM fcruvry, wa.j.
wuh nuiiif'l of otkerx, cm ia wn at i;.e c.u
paey's e :
liLiTX H i r. A: itn, M jrh J', 1 t.
To the l'rt-..U-til ci u. Nw Vwra 1'.. o-l4
llaa.-iia: It ia all it ka represent to Vk
bitw ma.)e many tnaM of Utii.tei tyu a w
evOM ter tb U wo haral 'ici auer:.. .e r. n ...r-
ptMMea ail blhers a a laiiiaxly lul lwi -t-i-.
T. ii 1 j
T a. ; t i . ! .
To the President of the w ira 1 uiOr-1. t
lithii: Weproaounre it w 'Lout v-e;o-'
U tm til tieet we lae Hf tooeit. l' rf?cl a
v.ry ntnikrr i cou.p,e' n I io'ovoe.i.
C A mtx. a.o r H.-'i
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