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SUNDAY,' JUNE ir, 18S-S.
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J 1 a our authr.-d rprnit to rescue adver-J--uev
ft;rwnrip-!i n f.r t!ie Nauivilli
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1" KW "AbAMS l!)tI-BESS IillLDIKO.
Thi? building, opposite Masonic Hall, south
ideof Chucch 6trcct, i ri jj'iijljr apjircacb
iug completion, and -we are iiifc.rme.1 that
by tbe Urst of jaiy the Company will be en
abled to move into their cew quarters. This
structure, when completed, a set forth in
the plan, wi 1 vie with any of the buildings
ia our city for excellence of workmanship
al beauty of finiab. It fronta thirty-niEe
foot, and is three stories high. There is t
depth of lot of one hundred and thirty-nine
feet. Tbe building covers about two thirds
of this. On the first floor wiil be located
the different offices of tno company. Ac
cess to these different departments will be
bad by the clerks tiirough the door to the
right of the large front. Oa the left hand
of the grand entrance, we learn, will be
tbe oflice of tbo Southern Express. Tbe
lower left baud door opens on the stairway
that leads op to the second acd third sto
ries. A stairway will be run aho from the
inside t" the rear of the second story, mak
ing the second floor accesnible from both
within and without.
Y e have not learned exactly t-) what use
the second story is to be put to. Be it used
for what purpose it may, it certainly cannot
be excelled for r-ortimodiousnes.. The third
story will be finished up for a ba'l, for con
cert or society purpo-ea. Its adaptability
for uses of this kind will be equal to any in
the ci y. A structure is to be erected in the
rear of the main building, so as to elTecttt -ally
and entirely secure from bad weather
the teams and freight while being received
The large entrnnce doors from Church
street are to be of extra heavy plate-glass, as
u!o the smaller ones on either side, and the
windows in the second and third stories.
Through this transparent front an abund
ance of light will be admitted. We have
given but sn imperfect acd hasty outline
of the building. Suffice it to say that the
best architectural ta'ent has been employ
ed, end all the modern arrangements and
conveniences are to be adopted throughout
the house. It is quite aa addition indeed,
to that portion of the city in which it is lo
cated. Messrs. Phillips k Simmons, wo ara
informed, sre the contractors. When com
pleted, it ia estimated that the cost will be
near ten thousand dollars.
Robbery ia Cannon County.
A House Iirokcu Open aud $200
Ty gentleman just Irom Cannon county,
we learn that on Tuesday night last, tbe
bouse of Robert Brown was entered by burg
lars, who succeeded in obtaining 200, and
then escaped. There were threo of them,
and whe-u they went into the bouse, two of
thym stool guard over .bo family, while tbe
o;her secured the booty, which was in a bu
reau drawer. They wore not recognized by
Mr. Brown, but were evidently well ac
quainted with the premises.
For fine Carte de Visiles, or large Tbolo
graphs, pla'a or elegantly colored, call at
may 27-1 in 42 Union Stieet.
This style of pictures is, wa believe, the
latest improvement in the progressiva art
which originated in the inquisitive and in
ventive nund oi Duguerre. It is as far su
perior to the original Daguerreotype aa the
sublimeH achievments of Michael Agclo
were to the rude sketches of the novices of
his day. So mar perfection, one would
ocarcely think any improvement could be
made upon it; but we would not like to say
so, for who shall limit the progrens of hu
man skill and ingenuity? Amoiig-t the
artists in our city, who es6ay to keep up
with the spirit and progress of the time in
which wc live is Mr. Jicrs, l-nion Street
lie introduced the Pearl Miniature at the
earliest moment, and lias Huecoeded in pro
ducing some of the finest ai.dbf.-at to Vie seen
any where. In this good work ho is assist
ed by Mr. James S. Patterson, Thotoraphcr,
and Mr. C- A. P.irel. Colorist, gentlemen of
exeiilcut thte, and cultivated skill. AVe
would I'o.umecd his establishment to all
who .wish jiio of those beautiful pictures,
or anything in the photograph lino. They
will find Mr. Gicrs and his assistants, not
only gocid artists, but pleasant, agreeable
Clsasixo th Maxwki.l Hor.. Work
men have been eugsged wi.h one of the
fire engines, for the lant two days, in thor
oughly clcauing the Maxwell House. Ibis
is something tint has been greatly needed.
Tho followiog young ladies composed the
Graduating I'lass of Mr. Ward's Seminary,
who.-o commencement exercises came oir
Thursday nud Friday evenings lad:
Miss Lti.ii II. Juchol, Nashville.
" Mattie BaR.NAKD, "
" Jfssie F. Fall, "
" Lou. T. Lariku, "
" I! KM. KM M. IIassi.ock, F.ilgrficld.
" Ai'i'iK F. Clark, Jvashville.
" Mary C. Jltnsos, "
" Jissik S. Walton, Bumuer county.
" Ki.ia It. Phillits, Nashville.
" Mastha B. Donklsom, "
" Kati M. Cantrell, Davidson Co.
" I'. a B. Clsmoxh, Nashville.
" Alice J. Maxev, "
Tbe next session of the school will open
on Moi.day, September 3d.
What is the I'st. A few nights since we
noticed gang of men about eleven o'clock
at nigjt cleaning the Kioho!son pavement,
on Cherry street, and on tbe following morn
ini we noticed pile of dirt in front of near
ly every door.
What is the use, we ak, of cleaning ft
aircet, if we are allowed to 11 it up with
filth every day ?
For ono of those gems cf art, a bcantiful
colored Tcarl Miniature, call at
m27-lm ". 42 Union st.
The Robertson Register of yesterday says
'W learu that on last Sunday night, ft
sou of Mr. Jacob Sex, twelve or fourteen
vears f age, residing in the 31 district of
this county, accidental'y shot himself,
whPe carelessly handling a pistol, the ball
taking elTecl in the front left side of his
body, and was extricated tho next morning,
i-.avic J lodged tear the back bone. It is be
lieved the wound will prove fatal. Boy
should beware bow they handle Cre-arms.
One hundred men have been selected by
the Metropolitan Police Board at Memphis,
tj b'. instructed aud drilicd us policemen.
They will be tried until the 1st of An;ut,
when such as have proven elScient wi re
ceive permanent appointnun's. The Board
U evidently working cautiously and asfoly.
, The nativities of the uiea iclcclcd are as
I'niUvi States. Ill ; Gci-iiisrj, 12; Ireland,
7; I'.njlsnd, ": Scotland, 2; Norway, 1; Italy,
1. Iowa is the State most numerously re
presented in the force, and there is only one
individual frcru the Stale of Massachusetts.
Sixtv-five of the mea have rved in the
Federal service, aud threi.n tho Confeder
ate service. Ten are members of the pres
ent police force, and twenty-two have been,
up to ihs preecnt time, in the capacity of
private citizL's. Almost every trade, call
ing tud p'ofestio.''- will b represented iu
tbe Bt-w force.
Arch Th m.i. ?..litot of tbe Robertson
Register, w4 iu the city yesterday. He re
ports Old Ilobei tsoa right tide up, and the
A health-inspiring ride can be had aiy
morning at 5 o'clock oa the street railroad.
The trip all around from the Public Square
costs only 20 cents. It is stringe, in" these
times of high prices f.rborfe hi'C, those
wishing an airing in the etrly morning uo
not resort to this plearant substitute for the
buggy. It is cheap enough, and just as
McGavock aso Mocxt Vhbsom Strut
Baileoad. We learn that a little over fiO,
0(10 has been subscribed for this railrosd,
and. that on'y $20,000 more is needed. Tbe
work will be commenced this fall.
The British Admiral Denman's ex
planation of bia conduct at the bom
bardment of Valparaiso has been pub
lished in the Philadelphia Elue Book,
lie complains that the British residents
of the port Beemed prejudiced against
him, and he claims that the resolution
patted by them was yery unjust. He
"I never gave any positive assurance that
I would interfere by lorce, if r.eeessary, to
prevent a bombardment," and this assertion
L-oing untrue, it follows that the statement
that 1 caused a "ioss of much valuable time
which might have been profitubly employ
ed i a securing safety toliie and property,"
is entirely contrary to facts. I made no
"plea of want of eufficient force to oppose
the Spaniards," and "the co-operatijn of
the L" cited States squadron" was not press
ed on me by its Commodore. The circum-s-ances
which took place on this subject
are reported in my letter of the 29th of
March, and relerred to the case of the bom
bardment of the town without notice, ia
case a torpedo was explodod against the
bpanish squadron. When the intention of
bombarding the town by express orders
direct from Spain was known, the United
Slates Commodore devoted himself to the
attempt to prevent it, by endeavoring to
propohe terms between tne belligerents,
which of itself shows that he bad no inten
tion of othcrwiee interfering; and he was
like myself, ordered to observe a strict neu
trality. The s:aternent that the United
Statej Minister and Commodore us&d "their
u meet endeavors to prevent, by co opera
t.on with the British forces, the bombard
ment of the city," hai no foundation what
ever. The subject was never mentioned to
me by Gen. Kilpatrick at all, and by Com
modore liogerB only with teference to the
contingency explained in my letter of the
2'Jth ot March, relative to a bombardment,
without notice, in ca e a torpedo was explo
ded against the Spanish squadron.
From the Bobcrtson Register.
June 11th, 1SCG. j
We the Grand J urors of the county
of Robertson, feel that it is due to the
Hon. JousA. Campbell, to show this
testimonial of respect, for the able and
patriotic charge he gave us for the
able, dignified and impartial manner in
which he presided and especially hia
promptness ij discharging witnesses,
when he thinks they have been tor
mented long enough with an unnecrB
sary cross examination.
We would also express our thanks to
Attorney Gen. James E. Rice, to which
we think he iB justly entitled, for the
able, polite and gentlemanly manner,
in which he discharges his duty, al
ways ready as he is, to prosecute crime
and Bee that the Law is vindicated and
ollenders brought promptly to justice.
IIo 6hows no disposition to stoop to lit
tle low down things, for the sake of
getting an unnecessary indictment,
that can not end in any good; but will
generally end in running the individu
al and State, to an unnecessary expense.
This we think entitles him to the re
spect and admiration of the people; and
we recommend him to the public a3 an
able, honest, faithful and humane pub
We feel that it is due to tho people
of this county to say a few words in
their behalf, inasmuch as their morals
Lave been so bitterly asaailed in some
of the radical papers, whose object we
do not believe wa3 intended to increase
either the morals, prosperity or hap
piness of tho people, but to try to keep
up confusion and military rule
Now, we can say truthfully, and
honestly, and without the fear of
successful contradiction flora any
1-st. That a large majority of U3 were
born in this county, and have spout
the whol of our lives in it, and that
the remainder have for a number of
years resided Lere ; and secondly, we
say upon honor, that we have never
seen the morals of the people better,
nor a people more willing to obey law
and order, and ono strong evidence of
this is the rmall amount of business
we have had before us.
James Woodard, 07
Wiley Woodard, 56
Jeremiah Latts, 01
J. II. Beasley, 51
Joseph McNeil, 50
C. C. Williams, ?J
Lc-yy Dunn, 38
Li S. Brigcs, 3i
John 11. Dunn, 33
John R Bridges, 32
T. W. Powell, 32
W. W. Glover, 3'J
G. W. Stone, 50
A Dictator of Peru.
The dictator of Peru has been making
tatorial power, which I have exercised
to suit an extraordinary state of affairs,
and which will continue until we learn
whether the Spanish vessels have fled.
Everything leads us to presume that
they have left the waters of the Pacific.
Ou the very day on which this presump
tion is confirmed I will call an election
and convoke Congress. Meantime it
would be imprudent to distract our at
tention. We now salute with the purest
sentiments, our honored Bister Repub
lics of the alliance. God grant that the
ties which now unite us may never be
severed, and that our destinies may for
ever be united Under the came form of
government It remains for me, gen
tlemen, in the name of Teru, to pay a
tribute of profound gratitude to the
eelf denying and noble firemen-French,
Italian aud German and in general to
all our guests from every part of the
world who have so promptly and cordi
ally assisted us with their persons and
resources, suffering and rejoicing with
us. Live here, worlby and industrious
foreigners if those can be called for
eigners who have embraced U9 with
such brotherly love; who have defend
ed our territory aa though it were their
own; who have cared for our wounded,
buried our dead, and assisted our wid
ows and orphans. Live here with us,
under the shelter of our lovo and grat
itude. We shall ail Le brother citizens
The Circuit Court, Hon. E. T. Hall,
Judge prt siiling, has been for two days
engngpd mainly iu disposing of cases
th:t have been a long time on the
docket. The business of the Court is
being pre? d vigorously, and the caus
es for tiial will Etand a lhtle better
chance of beiug reached tho next
A damage suit was determined yes
terday in favor of Geo J. J. Dunn,
who recovered fc"),5tR damages for a
whipping inflicted in 1SG2. The whip
ping was an unmrciful one, inflicted
ucnecesariiy even in mose u,a ui
passion, and tho verdict of the jury
was not certainly for an amount such
as shows vindictiveness.
Tbe defendants, John and Ames
Hardin, both died since the commence
nient of the action, and both denied
the guilt of the transaction. The facts
may never be fully known in this
world, but the judgment is a terrible
legacy to their htmiiies.
Atterney General Thornburgh is pre
paring for business next week. The
grand Jury will find him Bomething to
do then, in addition to the large cum
ber of State causes on the docket.
a speech which does himself credit for
its public spirit and liberality. He says :
The people conferred on me the dic-
AiH ji Slog A hgU
lie port (if Gen. Humphrey!'.
Election of Senator.
Merchant Tessels to be ncspected
Sf. Lonls Matters.'
Murders near Memphis.
Fire In Cincinnati.
New York, Jane 15. A Montreal dispatch
says that the order calling the voluotesrs
back from the border has been counter
manded, owing to the introduction of tbe
resolutions on tbe neutrality act in Con
gress. An Ogdensburg dispatch says that one of
Gen. Meade's stafT has expressed fears of
further troubie at Buffalo.
General Meade wss suddenly called back
from Albany to that point, and four com
panies cf troops have been ordered from
An Ottawa dispatch says another raid is
expected at Fort Erie.
Fourteen Fenians have been arrested at
Hamilton with important papers in their
Information as to the movement of troops
is forbidden, and something important is on
Large numbers of Fenians are reported
as assembling along the southwestern, bor
der. A Buffalo dispatch says the Fenian Gen.
Burns has challenged Col. Lowry, of the
Briti -b forces at Fort Erie, to a pitched bat
tle, with two or three thousand troops.
Washington, June 15. The report of
Gen. Humphreys, concerning the losses by
crevasses in Louisiana sont in to-day, shows
the breaks to be numerous and unusually
disastrous. He recommends appropriations
as follows: Yazoo bottoms, $305,000. Fight
levees on the Texas bottom, 295,000. Three
levees on the Mississippi delta, $217,000
An aggregate of $817,000. He saya that
crops ot cotton growing nine regions above
R.d river in 1300 wou.d amount to $108,-
000,000, and the sugar crop below that would
be, at present prices, $U,UUO,00l). 'I be com
plete repair of all levees would require
.. ...... ...... .1 : - j . i I . -i i
?.),JUU,vuv, uiv iucia uchwecu ai aausas, ajou
isiana, and Mississippi. He estimates allu
viate lands at three hundred and seventeen
thousand square miles, of which one hun
dred and twenty -three thousand are in the
sugar regions, of which one-third might be
brought under cultivation, or a million aud
a half acres for sugar, and teven million
acres tJ cotton.
Coscokd, N. H., June 15. The vote for
U. S. Senator in the House of Representa
tives to-day resulted as follows : J. W. Pat
terson, 19D ; Ira A. Eastman, 110 ; and Dan
iel Clark, 2. Iu the Senate, the vote stood :
Patterson 9, and Easiman 3. Mr. Patter
son was congratulated in and out of the
Statehouae on his election.
WosnixGTOM, June 13. Official informa
tion has been received that the King of
Prussia, under date of May 23, has decided
that in the event of war, merchant vessels
belonging to subjects of hostile States shall
not be subjected to capture and confiscation
by his ships of war, so long as reciprocity
be practiced by tho hostile -e-tates.
St. Louis, June 13. The following are the
full particulars of the murder in Independ
ence, night before last, between nae and
Five or six armed out-laws rode np to the
jail in Independence, calling on the jailor,
Mr. H. Bugler, a worthy man, and jailor for
many years. They demanded the keys to
release one Joab Perry, of Cass county, in
carcerated for horse-stealing. Mr. Bugler
replied that ho would not deliver them, and
in altempting to shut the door was Bhot, and
on retiring into the house, foil dead. Abel,
a boy of his, was by the same or a subse
quent shot hit in the arm, lacerating tho
flesh considerably. The villains then im
pressed young man to go in and get the
jail keys. He went in, but escaped back,
and hid in a hollow entry, iney iaueu to
A meeting of citizens was then called,
and an armed patrol raised, who voted to
disarm every returned rebel in the country.
A proposition ia the Town Council of In
dependence to offer a reward of $1,00U for
the arrest of the murderers, was defeated,
but tbe citizens have subscribed the
amount, and the reward is now ready.
Doctor Barbour, of the Gil River Mining
C unpany, had a narrow escape from death
this morning. The Secretary of the Com
pany iaid a revolver on the desk, when tho
weapon exploded. A ball passed through
the Doctor's bat, and grazed tbe skull, suf
ficient to draw a copious stream of blood cn
his shirt collar.
The deed conveying the south-west
branch of the Pacific Railroad to John (J.
Fremont, was executed by the Government
and delivered yesterday at Jefferson City.
A mortgage to tho S'ate, conditional upon
the faithful performance of the stipulations
of the contracl of sale, was also executed
on the part of the purchaser, General Fre
mont. General Sciclds' speech at St. Jr.c, night
before last, is represented to have been a
very mild aiTair, treading very tenderly
upon Radical toe?.
Experienced judges announce that the
army worm had made its appearance, in a
few localities, where it had been quite de
structive, not only to meadows, but to grain
MtMi'Hts, June 15. Last Tuesday three
men called at the house of William Carmi
chfel, about six milei from the city, on
Uollv Ford road, and took Joseph Paine
aud Mr. Cartnichael from tbe house into the
waods, where they mortally wounded the
former, while the latter barely escaped with
bis life. A warrant fcr the murderers was
iisucd immediately after information of the
murder of Paine was received, and tho offi
cers succeeded in capturing one of them
named E. W. Banks, on Wednesday night.
The next day, yesterday, as no officers
couldo conveniently out in search of the
others, W J. Saint reluctantly consented to
be deputized to serve the warrant. He rode
out Pigeon Roost road, taking Richard
Graves, A. J. Finkleton, W. Carmichaoi and
E. W. Banks to assist him in tbe arrest of
the murderers, the latter to identitfy bis
associates, he having confessed to the foul
tin their way ono Daniel Henderson, a
relative of Payne, the murdered man, on
learning their business, mounted his horse
and rode with them. Some say that Sin
gleton asked Henderson to go, but it is more
lhan probable that he went with a purpose.
They found theother murderers, Wirgate
or Wingay, and Boyett, living at the John
llerron rlace, on the Pigeon Roost read,
about eight miles from town.
They had been at work in the field, but
ono was just then on his wsy to the bouse
Saint, ty himself, approached the latter,
and told him he bad a warrant, and would
arrest or shout him. Tho murderer at onoo
gave ap bis arms and surrendered. The
ither, who was surprised in the field at
work, did the same ou summons.
Tho psrty then started back toward the
citv. Henderson, who rode in front of
Saint, commenced cursing, as it is sa d,and
declaring that the murderers' b'ocd should
b-i taken then and there. Saint told him
lie had dissrmed them and received taeir
surrender, ard ho would shoot any roan
who attempted t- harm them while in his
keeping- lie was acting aa an effioer of the
lsw, and the law should have its course.
Henderson continued to curse for ft time,
but al length became silent. The prisoners
were coming along peaceably. About dusk
Hendri m uroppo 1 behind tbe cavalcade,
Afier dark, about S o'clock in the evening,
while Saiut was still lit the bead cf the par
tv, Honderson rode up alongside of Etrbank,
As they were ridiug together on the ai.me
mule, "i-lwbank was renting one hip by re
clining op-'n the other. Henderson at mice
shot him in the Lack, the ball taking effect
in tho spice. lie roiled oil', head Urst, on
tho sido .u whica he wa loauing, drawing
Wincato with him.
While this was trsnstiiring, llondcron
shot at WingiVe, shattering his arm near
the elbow, and iramed.ttely turned upon
Bovett, who W48 starlicg to get out of the
way, and shot him twice, wounding him so
seriously that he can scarcely recover.
As soon aa Saint heard the firing, be
turned and rod towfiris Henderson, telling
him to delist or he would shooi Dim. His
horse was resiivo under the pistol reports,
and galicpcd up near to Iienders n. Ths
latter at once lird upon him butmised.
Saint then shot Henderson, and ha fell
from his horse nd died in ten minutos.
Ail the Bhootiug occurred in fifteen se
cond. Henderson shot as fast as ho cou d
cock his pit-d asd draw the trigger. lie
was so near the prisoners that every shot
took effect. Bef .re Henderson d ei he told
a man living near the trag'dy that be was
at'5e l; be bad had his revenge.
Ci!ciMATi, June J5. A fire broke out at
nVlock this aftertoon in the upper story
of the splendid Masonic lemple, corner of
rool rnu iuiia-ii"o - o ,
extent of $20,000. The loss is covered
. Tiio origin of the fire -.s unknown.
- ... .. c . a.1 tin unner fltorY.
Uje "'llii',c'' ' -rt- l
family f four persons on Race street
Larrowly escaped deth from a'phyxia .last
, ;,!,t from leikioir ca. - All of them have
been very sick to dsy, and one young lady
is in dangerous conumon.
S. N. Pike this evening telegraphed
.1 . VV TTr!il.l that hi -TiroDOses
tilt; new . ,- . .
.i ,,. in that citv the erection
tUIUUICIIl-O vv ,h
of the finest operft house on the continent.
It will be located on Twenty -mira
two blocks from the liui Avenue aaui
Tb.Lt vice, which is never practiced
.v. t .r. nun. iu nroved i
ua l'iw"-. 1 ,fr , , .
everlasting ruin of thousands of the noblest
and most laiemea young me b wcin
gava tongne v eloquence vr p"
It has destroyed health, blasted the consti
tution, and reancea me niiscraoie v.chua
a living skeleton. Nor are these its fix
v, -1 afTAeta in ita rm-Tia are ScattOT
U It w , . "
tho ruins cf reaaon, the most melancholy
Sign vnai can meet mortal eyes, au v.
cured permanently of this affliction, call on
Dr. Coleman, No. 64 North Cherry street
or address him by letter, Box C2, Nash
villa, Tenn. fabJ-U
Persons residing in and about tbe city of
Nashville, and those from a distance, who
may be afflicted with any private disease,
. - . . r - i 1 1. . - j
are particularly requcsteu to reau mo an-
voHiaamant fri V Oil in fill. T O T'. T Clf Tir
. v.. . & . - r-i ' -
King's Dispensary, No. 3 Deadenck street.
The river is five feet large on the sboalcs,
and rising slowly.
A. Baker Burksville.
From the Portsmouth (S. H.) Journal.
A Hundred Honrs Without Sleep.
Although the feat of last week iu this
city, in which an individual kept awake
one hundred hours, and walked a mile
iu every hour, was but of small account
on the score of merely winning a bet,
yet, as illustrating tne extent of human
endurance, it is a matter well worthy
On Tuesday of last week, at 6ve P. M ,
Mr. John Seaver, a youne man of about
twenty-five, a native of this place, on a
wager of five hundred dollars, com
menced walking one hundred miles in
as many consecutive hours, without
sleep. Ihe place selected was Union
Hall, around which, ouside of the set
tees, forty-two circuits made a mile.
Several watchers were placed on both
sides, who by change were all the time
in attendance. On Wednesday after
noon, at the close of the first twenty-
four hours, he became weary and felt
a stronger disposition to sleep than he
afterward experienced. Ihis was dnv
en off, but the effect produced a severe
headache, which continued during the
remaining days. Oa Thursday he felt
drowsy, but was so excited that he
would sit down without napping. Every
hour the circuiting of the room forty-
two times was regularly performed, in
timeB ranging from twenty to thirty
minutes. On that morning he began
to be discouraged, and expressed a wish
to abandon further eflort. His adyis
erg persuaded him, and he renewed his
efforts, and as he expressed it, with a
determined mil to succeed.
Friday, the third day, he was more
wakeful, his nervous excitement in
ci eased pnbably by the strong tea,
which was his only beverage. His head
was bandaged, and bathed with rum
and alum frequently. He stumbled
from weakness and weariness, but got
up without help. Saturday, the fourth
and iast day, was one of weariness,
aching limbs, aching head, and prostra
tion, lie required to be supported as
he went his hourly round. In the
ninety-fifth hour he fainted and fell.
Every hour of the last four he was
bathed all over with rum and alum.
In the ninety-ninth hour he again fell
in faintness. The last hour at length
arrived, and with his assistants he com
pleted his forty-iwo circuits in thirty
three minutes. He now received fresh
energy from the idea that he had ac
complished his feat, and, unaided, he
literally dragged his limbs once more
around the hall, to show that he was
still awake, and, amid the cheers of a
large audience, he retired after nine
In an hour's time he was at his home,
and on his pillow, no doubt like Sancho
Panza, "blessing the man who first in
vented sleep." But for him Bound
sleep was not safe. His medical atten
dant, Dr. Perry, was with him through
the night, awaking him every hour.
He was under so Btrong nervous excite
ment that he at times had to be held
in bed by his attendants. His dreams
were fearful of more miles to travel,
and his bandages were lost, and that
his bathing materials had given out
This was evident by hia exclamations.
On Monday morning he was better; but
he has not yet got rid of the swelling
of his limbs, of weariness in hia back,
and of his head ache. He took his
meala regularly during the four days,
and such doses aa the doctor prepared.
Mr. S. tells us that he went to the
extent, of human endurance he has
no idea that he could have sustained
himself for three hours longer. Al
though he realizes $500 on the bet, and
$280 as admission fees, yet ten times
that cmount would not induce him
again to make a like eflort
A like feat waa performed in Calpor
nia a few years since. In Baltimore it
wsb attempted by a man who died in
the ninety-seventh hour.
The wheat crop in this section which
Las been commenced to be harvested,
is proving a better yield of a first rate
quality, than was hoped for three weeks
ago; the average being considerably, as
we are informed, more than half of an
average crop. Robertson Register.
We have heard a great deal of the supe
rior excellence of Speor'a Eamburg port
wine, and of its being adopted in European
hospitals in preference to their own pro
duction, ihe most scientific men of this
country and liquor assayers appointed by
the government, pronounce it a valuable
article, We oannot write more on this sub
ject now, bnt cheerfully publish the follow
ing card, which speaks for itself:
Portland, Feb. 1, 1862. The undersigned
having become practically acquainted with
the Sam burg wine manufactured by Alfred
fcpeer, of New Jersey, would say that he
considers it a superior article, aud far pre
ferable to the quality of port wine furnished
in this market at the same price.
H. T. Conaisos, M. V.,
Assayer to the State of Maine.
We have heard persons who have used
the above wine express their ast nishment
that S3 rich and mild ft wine is produced in
this country, and is now being bought np
by the wealthier classes. Our druggists
can scarcely supply tbe demand.
See a Woman
In another column picking Sambarg
Grapes lor Speer's Wine. It is an admira
ble article, used in hospitals and by the
first-cla.'s families in 1'aris, London and
Sew York in preference to old port wine.
It is well worth a trial, and gives great
ITCH! ITCH! ITCH !
SCKA-TCH! SEATCLT! SltATCLT!
Will Cure the Itch in -M Hoars.
Also enrea SALT R" El'M, l-trER", CRIL
BL.iH, and all Ekl'PlI'JN OK 1UK tKlN.
Price cent-.. Kor sale by all drtiipn. byaeod-
eer.t to W RE67.-4 A POT I Ks A, nt.
170 Wb nc on alreel, Boetoo, it will t fc' rrdl
l.y m.l, Iree of postage, to any tart tne I oiu-d
A very large Spring Stock of the latest
patterns cf Kail Paper and Window Hkmde,
comprising all styles and qualities, in store
and for sale by Mirsitt k Hill,
47 Church street, May field Building,
mh3-tf Qppoiite Maxwell Hote
Third and Walnut streets, destroying
f . . .o:.;- elisor damages to
He edles and Fishing Tackles
AlSrEE W CLAKK A CO., 49 Waiden Lan, W. T.,
Foie Imrortera cf Jos. WAKRiM'3 celebrated
Drilled Ej ad Need es. Ig to notify their old cesto-mer-
and the public that they have on hand a full
IVarrln's Irill4 Kyea JVeedlew,
Vrriu' Telegraph fttedlea, iu -lfftif
extra large oval Ky-a,
Wiarria'a keedles. In Synoptical caaea,
a new art'ele,
Warriu'aj Mtrgeona, Milliner.
pact Aeedlea, Ac.
These Neetllee have been be'ore the r.iihli for s
years, and are ackeowledged by jrood judges to te
anperior toai! others in temper, finish, uniformity
and quaiitT cf ateel. '
Our assortment of FISHING TACKLK is com
plete, and the most extensive in this or any other
J. A. J. EOSE
S. Sido Public Square,
OPPOSITE COURT HOUSE,
aghrille, - - -. Tennessee.
WE HAVE NOW IN STOPtE
Five Hundred Cfoth Coats
Finest Simona Cloth
Lowest Priced Cloth Manufactured.
Peque Cassimere Suits,
Beitito Cassimere Suits,
Drapo do Ete Suits,
English Melton (all colors) Suits,
French Silk Mixed Suits,
Chinese Searsucca Suits,
Creole Cheek Suits,
White Linen Duck Suits,
Brown Linen Duck Suits,
Spanish Linen Duck Suits.
BLACK LUSTRE COATS,
Mulberry colored Cloth Frock Coats,
'. " ' Sack Coats,
Black " " " Coats,
Dahlia " " Coats.
GRENADINE SILK VESTS,
White Silk Vests,
White Merseilles Vesta,
Skeleton Cloth Vests.
ThAflA fSrwIa ra aminanrlw arsplV. a. u..i;
of ail bnynrn. We respectfully invite the mUeatioa
dt lha mi fJ a Ia tVila 1.. - l
vs uw auisi , su utV f CI J UU tJ BUU BliptJXO
STOCK OP CLOTHINO.
wh' ther they wi.h to buy or not. We will certainly
take great pleasure in showing our goods.
I . r tj . l.w
No. 11 South Bide Public Square, opjlosite the ijourt
H. V. BASSETT,
A3 NOW IN PERFECT OBDER A FINE
ISuildinx adjoining his
Xo. 36 Cetlar Street,
Which contains a large ltarber Hliop,
TEN BATH ROOMS
all of which are fitted ud and furnished in the hett
tne Mfep ng Rooms can be ensaged by gentl
men not wishing to atop at a Hotel, and jrei their
Meals at tunes to euit their convenience.
HOT, COLD A.D gIIOWl.lt
X5 ri: ix ,
atallhoii-e. The BiiTliers are all Wil'e Men, and
the ret that coull be procured in New Korn and
Connected with this well known House ia aRen.
where miepta ran he ftimi.he.l iih nil a,...,-.ia
nece-ssry lor a complete outfit.
ii. v. d. nn imporien a inrge stock or tbi mott
reclierche Perfumoiien direct from IVsna, through
hia agent in New York. n.ar7-tl
H. TOfriNi. I a w. lOBTia. I wm . a. loan
Lite Ma. Hlh j of friyojidd, I Bi t. Mn.i
teg. liU. mv. I Venn. ixhufttut i!af.
II. TOMPKINS & 0.
Corner Cherry and Cedar Streets,
We are prepared to collect
Claims against the GorcraDient
For Prcperty taken by the Army,
Formal & Informal Voucher,
ARREARS OF PAY AXD TENSIONS,
Freear Sottleaieata for OfBeera with Prvaspi;
airaaj ar namasioa to
Eon. Riehaid Ogelaby, Governor Bute of Illinois.
Hon. Ivid L. Lvi, Judge Supreme Court, U. a.
Hob. Wm. G. Browalow, Governor of Tenneaaee.
Biig. Gen. Jas. P. Brownlow, Adj. Geo. State of Tea
Hon. M. M. Bhen, N".hvilie.
Bon. Wm. Nathaniel Baxter, Naahvula.
Hon. Jo. C. Guild, Naabv-.lle.
Hon. John Hun Smith, NaahviUe.
P. W. Maxey, Exq., Nashville.
Hesara. Morris k St ration, Naohvila.
Meaars. Evans k Co., Nashville.
Nimrol Porter, Columbia, Tenm.
jnoelS ' a
a. s. HAa. n it mirift.
Formerly ol Ammerciai former It of iwwanee
East Side Publio Squirt,
HARE & ROBERTS, Proprietors.
HAVING level th a wll knows Hotel for a
term of year.,, and having tnoroughly r h l t
and refarnmrM-d It, w are aom snarled tn aet-om-modatetlie
trave :ag public ia aa gool atyle aa any
ouier nonae in the country. It r. long been aai l
that Naahville waa gmauy in Bee4 of a good hotei,
aod having Ihe m-ml eeniral and target boom in
the euy. we are determined to inaae it aw-ad to
noea. oar charges will at ad t mea l as auw as
can poioiy be ai'rded.
snarl am EAJIK ROBZitTS.
FOR PBIVATS DISEASES
' " ' to a - i
t -r r-
The Dispensary is Located at"
3 DEADERICK STREET
IN NASHVILLE, TEMNE-SSEE.
HAVING prsrticed over forty year., treating d .eaj.oa in the Ci.'y rf New Tork, lmv lie, Ey . New
Orleans, La., ard for the l.oi-t Bine year m ahvil:e. Irr.D . fairer luro.-ef, having cured so
many thousands of own, rroeenting at hi lMfprrv lorproiiond erv:ee, truU he i enaMed lo
cure, and give perfect at:s.':ction toad who may tavurmm uh acilf; or ty letier, w ih a particul
description of their cases. '
This ditTicnlty cured in a few days without nscaeat.ng medicines or painful applications.
rictures in the ure tha, orotber nnplrivnnt rtlwia frcm ill on re. I, or from neglect of proter treat
milt while laboring under Gonorrhea, cured in a few days without causing pain.
Byphili", in iU Primary, Secondary and Tcoriary form enredn a very ahort time, and every vests'
of ihe disease pertectly eradicaied from the considution, ahi.-h ,h- ul.l he a verv grf at coofiieralion to
those contemplating marriage, so as U free the ttlsinr; lu in u hereditary tTsuifUiitwiou of auv poiaon
lurking in the system.
With any difticnlty of the Womb, or ether ailment. er7-tiiaily cured, by wnUng and 'stating their ease
or by a description Riven by their fam.ly physician cf Ihe cate. '
This disease is brought on hy solitary hsb.t ot yonth. Perhaps causes more difficulty than any other
vice. Itnotonly destroys body ami miud, ren.ierma lite eol i.-ci unfit tor the ordinary bu-'inees of hie
bat causing a tra.nof eymptoins to be app.-ehendeJ irom ii ir n:i ui erJectd. '
Medicines Furnislieti at tbe Diipcnsiiry
All persons applying at the P-ipen'ry are fumishol melicims Iree ol"chr , after nav.ug aid' to
bate their cases curea.
All persons abroad, who write, desiring information respecting their case, are expect
ed to inclofe Ten Dollars, to ins.iro an answer, which sum will becrcdited on the amount
charged to cure their case, provided the case is taken.
Patients from Abroad
Will be provided with comfortable board, lodging, and every attention, by making tho
necessary arrangements in advance of leaving lor Jiahville.
This Dispensary is locsted on the south sido
over the business house of lioht. Eve &. Co.
T-iV"All business confidential.
fMedicines sent by espre33 and mail to any purl of the couutry.
Direct all letters to
XO. 3 DHADEUI01C BTKKET, NASHVILLE, TEN'N".
I'oot OITice I Sox
T"0ll!ce hours fr.nn S in the morning to 6
An Old So:.g, set to a fttw Tune.
it ti thrir fr-'' '-- f- '-te out
Ami MhpivhI .';.-,
Jn ?fi.'f f fi.'.i,
timitj iijt n! uttt."
V ' ; r:
"18 yja s c a' I in N. Y C. y."
'I'niy inf iii.l.'.e rein.i'l .--j tooa c.'
'KrtP from 1. Hon.-..'
"N'.)t dan. m is H the Piunait Fxri'v
"lhtt come ot,t ol lhir ho. en t d.e."
CostarV Rat, Uoaeli, if., F.i tor's,
hUicl, uml lUil Anti, dr., dc.9 i c.t dc
"CostarV 8'il-llu? Exterminator,
Is a h iiid or Wrtfh u-e i to .Ir.-t-ny, nn I
alo ax a prevei.t.ve lor Iit t-Hi), Jrr.
'CostarV Electric I'owder Tor Insects
isftr lf''i, M .;..i'f., f-''.i.. Jii i-lium,
tn-nct.i on 1 "tints, Furl, .fi.i.dj.-., Ac , dc
sr I 1 1 H, ike 1 1 I of ail worthier im tntiona.
a" tee that '-ltsrAa'a" n nw is on cn-n Hox,
Bottle, and Mask, before yon nv
fSTAldresj UbAKV it. CtiTAlt.
ni hroa.Jway, H, Y.
Tdold in Nashville, Tenn.,
SMS- k U- J . I- W SMITH
An I all DruKieta and Rttailers.
INCREASE O? RATS The F-mier't fl.wl't
(English) ax.-eria an 1 pruvei by figures thi oi
pa.r ot K 13 will r.avna .ror.eay aud (! crn.ia-ta
no let-s than ti.'.l,ojo in thre yeiira. No, uni-
this immense f .rnilyean l. ae.t down, thy would
consume more lood than would sustain hu
S"be "CosTAa's" advertisement above.
RAT3 rer"i BIK14 Whoever eogge in abort
ing tmall birds is a cnl maa ; alio rr ai.ie ia '.-x-lent
ma'.Dg inlt is a oere'ar tor. We fi..ol.l Ime
aonio one to give u Ihe ln-tit ol their exeneo ie
in driv.rg oui tnee petits. We need ao-reih ng
l-Kiea 'loga, cat4, acd tiapa for ih a Luftin-s
tctrntific Amf' uan, .V. )'.
-oe '-Co.TAa'a" a-JvertiHemtntaiOve.
"COHTAR'-l RAT iXffcKMIN'ATOR i simple,
safe, and Hire -the rn-t 1-nxt RAI' itiion
meet.ng we hae ever aitendrd. hvery hat that
can jr.l .t, properly prpred. w V eat it, and eviry
one ir at ettut it woi .lie, girw-rally, at tuiroe place a
distant as possible Irom where li was tnken. LnU
kSftyre, Mich , ihrrtjr.
e "CuarAa's advertiremcot alcove.
HOWKEEEPERS troubled mUh vermin nee.
tie ao nol.ir.n'-r, .1 they u ''Conta " Kxirmina
lor We due used u to our aii-r. t on ; sui-i il a
box cot I ., we would hare it. We hae me I poi
sons, Uit they ertn. ted Dothmg; tut "ixtstarV ar
U. le kooras to brsath ou of kab.. Mice, hoirhes.
Ants, and hefl-hug", ii-ia-kr tna we can w-itn it.
It i- in great demand ad over Ihe coun.iy.- Mtniinn
SssTbee "CoaTAa'a" advertisement above.
A VOIK KROM THE FAS WFST Speak, r.g
of "Ciar ' Kit, lo.u-n, A.-ii, A" , Kxtrm utw
"mor train and pro'iMons aie df-strovel kr.r.:.. j
in Grant coiin-y I y vermin thn woul-t'raT lor x.na
ol tl-;. Hal au l in-txt k.iier." Lutn-Jer ( H u.)
Mjsee ' Cotab'" advert a'meut above.
FARMER! ANL In ilEK REfERS-shoiil I rr-puliei-i
that hiiodreia of Joi.ara' worth ol i,r,n
1'rovj.K n. As., im an.iua.iy d-airoye.1 by Kni)
Mice, Arils, and otr.er in-f ! and v rnr.in ail
which e-n be prentd by a f w dollar' worth -f
"CosTaa a' It, k-.s. h. Act, Ac., fextr.r.iai.lor,
bou,hiand Ui-el :n--lj
1ee "Corraa'a'' a.fver'.ruenl aixive,
ssr--il. in Na-fiv, i. Term., I y W J. k C. W.
SMI fH, an.l ail It; ci.-to acd l.uerii.
m .rrhl7-im iUw
Vf.ENTr? win'rff m ev.-ry t wn and oe t.la.r.
hood, f- r -' I H K K K A T I.At; It ty r R," a
w arti-'ie in g.e-.t demand, wor h Is) to any
family, .--ured by ).m M and vry hhimii,
Ad!, ra an I (siim , a-. m.W r f Sto o per
day w tn a capital of I . to S'o. Any ,-r.n hav.ng
a little ?irw liiite, wul End It pieaMuii and pro:
ale. H-n.l t ..aij.p, for circiuars aod r'iirn post
age. A.lre-s R WAT V ELL,
mayf-Jn." Box 1781 Chicago, 111.
- . - --w. v
ol' Peudorick street, verv near the S.-uaro
in the evening.
" i -
IS THE lit ST SUCCESSFUL
of tLe. Tri-M-nt Ago.J
II in I'i.tciicf now EAteuda over
IN Dil l KIMINT 1STATKH.
Willi ti'. (.. r.'-ral IV t..-e, h Irtut.- the f.llow
'M CM RON 1 C CASES :
KI.einar t . :n, AlVe. tii.in f tloj Lticga,
Deasr-. f ,ii j Throat, hv.-!l, d iit-.,huU
I.i.nl.s, rieuii.-y, l'aiiia, I icer, Cio-cr, (.ra
vel, - ihe iieurt and L.ver, luiJa
lnation of tho m, , rim.-h, N. ura!j;iu, King's
Evil or i-'.-r- in 1 it. lit-aluesi, Ii--afS i tho
l-.i'cs, I t.ilitiited ISyst.-ins, Dy jiepsia or
In.ii-.'.tioii.uiid V.njuni-ti..n, I. -i;e ther with
11 1 l-rivu e I'i-eaies, Hud Di.-eusea or the
Tit THE LAD I ESt
All ntfe lion of t'ie Womb tre;'e I u.ih snccesi
Younr? Vtori- I I n.l es, r.o-P iii.'orluBe it baa
liw-q ,.,.t to bru g forth m due u, ,.,, cou.'iil
nio e.ihar by leuer or in person.
Of ail gradra, primary and Becon.Ury, rewovat.J
from th - y i. tn.
NIGHT EMISSIONS CURED
IR. M. -LIU, frts riae at any ditnce. and
Mid. ile.l,.;ins to all prt. baU.iaco.in gu.ru-
tli OfFd j one cf the finest arranged lo lb
t ity, nih two rooms, well filled np fr tha re.
tu n of J,di and Geuilemon, who ar.da'v viaiw
ing him from aii parta.
Al; leiteri, direr-ted to IiR. Mcftll.E, Box Ut.
n ,. Nafhviils, Tenn.
om- on l mon street, over York's Book btorav
FOR COTTON BALES.
Jt'LY i, 18 l.
Nos. 210 t, 212 Main Straet,
ST. XOUIS. MO.
rytlK GREATEST INVENTION OK TH E AGP"
X 1'ing a proi-t,on ag.1Dsl Kire and will n l rot
,,J- 10x,mi,in-a s-rr-git, with rsrsdity c.fad.tit-
i OK to I To
11 ts-iag lmw j, knwa u al, tttm df t,
rot-e f.d . a.1D c..ttD, ih.t only a fry sno, i erop
M hemp w the pa,l yr, snd that, m "(0
se-! i.w-0, trie y,. will , ule v.rv hifch, an.l tht a
flippy. auu..t be relied on at any praa. in ton
eiue,t,..o of the- tvu, ail .leallra, and tt.asa
.ju.i.ng ties do , lo put in in. ir or ie,. u7T
lint Lj. -co, ih.rHt,, .-. urrng a aupiT or Ihe ae.
w.n. i b- in.i . i-.ions now, , t.r aa tiava leainad
V. ti i U, .lernao-1 lor Ir. a I w, te vei y hrn.'
I -n.-e in- ne.-e-a tT ol m.k.r.g early orders, h.. h!
a-ldreiaw! to the manutacturra,
t'f JNE MURPHT.cr M J bMll'H ! ;o, '
I.ACYA M. -HEE. Memphls7'.fe'!
W:.l mei wi.h prom.i at.en.ioa.
iiicyico &c into.
ARK AlifJ MAl rTtu OS THS
tifd.M'.ir lire and Eurjlar-Proof Safti.
Prce Lid as.l Circulars fmnithed oa applicalio
riUK KNtphyN. F. N.rti-h. F.- . l.v.e,; ,D lis.
1 V::.lM-i,i.-SOf IKON-GKIY i 1 ELY. i years
o. l, loin rn..oe uid !,.,, jj ntM .aaireieavl
am.ll wi, :. .,t : ...t.ir of ,te .,fl tiBl fJJ
.'.MiUoToitmk, r.-eput.le. ApiraiJ
'1-ken up ry rn:i;: Martin, a stray COW el
wh.istr.dt-r. wh Mark ears, m.rked t underLua
"t. '' fc"', f1 k "tli' "'o h kuaew
uo other n.arka. Appraised to i
Bsay.-lwU Ai.iK fi DANIEL, Eager.