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KR.T.XGTOV & FAKUAlt. Real EsOo
and uencral -genu. :o. ia mono oquarc.
r.VA I.N'NUKAXCE COXPAXY, 1'.
Peck. Agent. Ho. 31 Allege girccu
A. Estate Agents, over Berry' Book Store.
inn atnui i ii.
1 ere street.
IX.SW011TII.UAMI.Ih General bouth
jCx. Agent oi vt r.ceiers .- nwooi wius
chines. Cio. t7 Uoiiege street-
KlEI A: TIIAXTO.V, Commission Mer-
ehuiti, corner of Uollece ana mnrcn street.
AII.KY. OKUWAY "' CO- Wholesale
Urocers and commission aiercnants. no. t
BKI.TO.V, WHEEI.EK A- CO- Dealers in
Tinners. Plumbers' Qas-fitters' and Copper
tierimitbs' Stock and Materials, No. 22 iorth
IUHV.V, J. It, XV., Heal Estate Agents,
ZVt Union street,
ItOW.VE, JOIIX, Merchant Tailor. corner
or JJcadcnc-street ana rnpuc square.
OTl, WXm Steamboat
Agent, corner of
Broad and trout streets.
AXJC, I'lKST XATIOXAI A. 0. Sanford"
President. Jan. u. ueaon. lasnicr.
BAMt. Si::OM XATIOXAJColleceEt,
near Union, Jno. Lutnsdcn, President, W. J
AMI, THIItl XATIOXAI W. W.Berry,
President. agar joncs. uanicr.
BANK or THE EXIOX, A. J. Duncan.
Preridrnt. J. C. Warner, Cashier. Exchange
Bought and Sold and Collections made
BKOM'.Y, NtTIIEIWASB oi CO., .Man
ufattnrers of Doors, K ashes, Blinds, ic, cor.
of lljnjMland BwijiBjUMU
ClitOSS A: JIO.VI). Variety Goods, Notion?,
J T?f?J llab71 Public Square, np-stalrs,
CXOUIll.TI' A- IlOYl. Steamboat Agents,
Storage, Forwarding and Commission Her-
-uiKXr.I.Ii:s. XV. It., V CO Jr"uneral U
J dcrtakers. No. 49 Church street.
'WIYYAIt, A. H.,
y Cherry street, H
T.n nr. HolonaJe Building
,oom No. 25.
1IIi:.VTIIAJI, AIltUKK, v o., ivnoic
V sale (Jroccrs and Imimrtcrs of fine Brandies
Wini. Clears. Xo. ! North College street.
SIIEATJIAH, It. It. A CO., Wholesale
J (Jroccrs and Dealers in fine Jlrandies, w ines
Domcstie I,lnuon,Tobaceo, Cisars. Ac, corner o:
(..oueeo ana v;nurrn rirnou
iAia.i:xiu:u t Amrrr, Beal Ksito
Agents, 10. it Jiirny sirccu
ClOI.E.lIAX. I- I-, Physician and Surgeon
j No. Q North Cherry ttrecL
1'XritAI. IIOTEU Jones & Brlccs, prupn-
etors, Xo.71 Ilroadway.
OXXEIl. JOHN, Ueal IMato Agent, Ac.,
fillU'l P phi,' t t ' . ... w-
DEXTOX, 1MU J. C, Ouice, fto. 4 .Aiortii
DOXEIXOX. HAJIL'E"U, Attorney at Law,
No. M' Cherry street, up stairs.
Ti:XI.AI A CIUMMtESS, Attornej-s at
1 l,a-. Nh. 82 North Cherry street,
jMVkxtJ. O. A CO., Dealers in Hardware.
J rHilh Side or tho Publlo Square, at the old
N telml stawl.
15VAXS, I'lTir C., Wholosalo Dealers in
Pvreism hihI Aliicriean Dry Goods, Varieties,
Hoots, Show. Huts and Ucadymadu Clothing,
2io. 4 inn isieek-.
IWIXIJ t CO., Wholesale Urocers. Commis
si sion, Kwwardinc aud-Storago Merchants, cor
ner of Market ami Church streets.
I- 1. W. A IlltO., Importers and Deal-
' erstn Hardware, Cutlery, Unns, Pistols, etc,
T f . H..I II. L .
i O. w 1'UUIlQ fMjuaru
17KEEJIAX. XV. A I'O., Dealers in wall paper,
V No. 24 Public Souarc. corner of Dwulcrick if.
ri It i:VAK . AI.HEItTSOX, Plumbers, (3as
VT and Ptcam Pipe l'ilters. and Dealers In as
Fixtures, Ko. S) cnurcn strceu
jrCominis-ion Merchant,No. 13 South Markotst.
nllTCmsoX, JEO., Dealer in Wall Paper,
PalntJ. Colors. Ac, Church strecU
I t AMII.TOX A- Cl)XXIXJIIA.tl, l)ejilers
1 in Ilanlwaro. i.eainer iieiung. auihu
Cloths, .Ve, No. it North College stroet.
Ui:WITr .VMAItSIIAIil Dealers in Curp
ets."011 Cloths. Mattings. Ac, No. 57 College
UA.tIIL.TON, It. N., Wholmalo and Kctail
llrocer and Commission Merchant, No. IS
HOL.I.IXS, WItKlIIT A- CO., AVholesalo
Dealers in Boots. Shoes and Hats. No, 72 cast
t rAItltlSOsTAHOXS, Steamboat Agents on
J JL tho l,evec
JOM:8,,I. it. A CO., Lndifw" Dress ijoods.
Linens Uobes and Fancy Articles. Church st.
TKVKINN. It. I. A CO., DrugrWs and
Clicmi'ts. 32 Marketstreet. opposite Union.
TOIIXMXVII.I.E PACKET SJU.H.1-.V3 ,
fj Office corner of Church and Summer streets..
nppoll bt. Ulouil llotci
rriKKPATItlCK, SEVISfi v liJ.ii",
IV Cotton and Tobacco Pactors and (Jeneral
C'oiiiinlssion McrehanU, No. 21 South Collet st
r .ltTTUIXJSTOX TCE COJU'AXY, 01-
X J fico Xo. & Norm college sireci
IlICUH, XV. II. A CO.. Auctioneers ami Coin
J mission MorehanU, Nos. ' and 2SJ4 College
ssrect, opposite Sewanee Hotel.
I VOXS.'J. T.. Couunistion Merchant, and
.li Dealer in Ororerins. No. 4 North Cherry st.
VEILS A- IlllXr. CarrinsoManuraeturars,
-o v.. ,11. lrkt ttrr.nl
MOKCAX. lltllY, O'UIIYAX A CO.,
Wholesale Dealers In Dry Hoods, Public
.Square, old stand of Irby MnrganJ: CO.
YEKlTlTr A iill.E. Dealers In Wall Pa
per. No. 47 Chiireh strerU
MACllY. IHtlVEIl A IIIMIWX. Dealers
In Hardware, Public Square, South of Cedar
MAItlt. Til OS. N.. Banker and Denier in
(lold. Silver, Vururrent Money, Bonds.
Moeks. ete., eornerof Piilon aiid Cillegoj;eeU.
McCKEA. IlCtill. A CO.. Cotton and To
bacco Factors. Storage, Forwarding and
ComuiiMion Jlcrchants. Market streeL
cCIAJItirS 9IUNI V NT0KJ No. 33 Union
street, Urgans, 1'iaiios auu pucei .music.
M" AI.oXE. .IAJII.S U, Attorney at Law,
corner of College and Deaderick street, west
side Public Square, up stnirs.
MI.-rCAIA"! ItKO.S. A- CO., Ucneral Oil
Dealers and Agents for the salo of Cotton
Yarns anil Sheetings. No.73 Broad street
MAltCII, J. I. A SOX, .Manufacturer of
Saddles and Harness and Dealer in Coach
uid Saddlery Ware. No. 11 Union street,
XTANIIVil.l.E Itf.OOO HOUSE AKSO
A XI ATI OX. W. H. Johnson. President ; A,
XTASIIVII.I-E A- CIXC1XXATI P.W'K.
i l.T COMI'AXY. A. A. Spencer A Co..
rpeeial Agents, corner .if Church and College st.
XTI'SOJI, JIOtHlE A- CO.. Heal ltato
l and Advertisi-ig Agents. No. 40 West Side of
XT EI.SOX A 31 1'ltl'ltl'.l Ileal JSsUte Agents.
1 Cherry treet, second door from Union, West
A.TASIIVIE1.E COM3IEUCIAE IXNE
i KAXCE COJI1MXY. Office in tho build
ing ortlio lianK ot tne union.
III.Y. JOIIX. Practical
Tailor, Xo. IS
North Cherry street.
1)EAItCE,X. It., Wholesale llrocer. Commis
sion Merehaut and Cotton and Tobacco lec
tor, N ortJiwJG"i55
I MJIIE A-MAXIEIL, Wholesale and Itetail
1 lwilrr. in Foreign aud Domostio Drj" (loods.
fis, si .Market strceu
)i:cii, V. 1., Insuranco Agent, Xo. 31 Col
I EE A TIIOJI l'SOX, Attorncjs, 30K
. I - - a
7i;il, lllI.IlIlOUltX A CO., Cotton Fmo
lVtors aid tlensral Commission Merchants,
SMITH, XV. 4. A C, JV Druggist' and
Chewisl. comer of Church and Vine sreets.
rHli:i.l)S, (ii:o. A CO,, Auctioneers, Xo.
H K College sirccn
S l i,M.xn. t. ss ipflier in u agons,varis. j.c.
Franklin Pike, near crussiug of Nashvilto A
i 'hallanooca Uailroad.
OTUATTOX, l'Ol.VTElt A 0., Surage
OMerehanU and Cotton Faotors, Nos. 9 and 11
CAI.tMAX. T. 1'- Art tlallery, corner of
rvfogcjmd Union streets. ,
f.VV:i, llliTC. ltook Binders and itlank
1 Pmik Manufacturers, Uuien ami Aiuerieau
rnilllitEVlI.I.i: A n;i.CIli:iU Carpenters
JL and Joiners, lowerend of NnshvilU and Chat
tanoe Kailroad Locomotive Slmw.
r rr..vxi:ssr.r. i.i vi:stock ixsekamu:
I t'OXPAXY. Ncwsom, Moorc.t Co Agents,
No. 40 West Side Public Square.
rEXNESSEE AXl CCtlllEKLvVXli OIE
1.1X1 .MIXIXU COXPAXY. Office No.
fh', USMII; .11 A It I X E AXIS ITttE IX.
I K1UAXCE COMPAXY. Jos, Allen Presi
4eat.A. Vi. Buller. Secretary, No. 31 College ht.
TTXIOX" AXO AMEfllCAX ori ltT-In
I ' the Union and American BlMk, csorner of
Cherry and Church rtreejL Couittng-nHisi in
bssetacpt oo CSiurch street. ' '
'A.M,i;i;it, SAM.. A- CO., Hardwitre Mer-
winnu. no. monege street
l Dcalor in Bool, tibces and Hats, tlent'a Kur-
Mhng Hoods. Ac., ao. 10 Korth College street
rIlTEn.VX lUtOIIJlilUs, j'ajvsr Wore
) hnue. and Dealers In Paper Stock, Xo.W
Niirtbrt wrner Pnblie Square.
XUAirilTlU, W. ., Agent for Wheeler i
Wilson's Celebrated Sowing Machines, Xe:
17jNorth Cbcrn street.
xuTxiii TOMEY A- cor", nnkrs and Bro
1 T kr. corner of Cherry opd I nlon 'trusts, for
merly Trader's Bank.
The Sowanoc Coal Hines
X FCTCP.E "WILL BE WOUKF.D BY THE
T.tinji. rVial nrmmo-r. Th lltlpitlnn
K-htcii bo hitherto rendered (bcus Mines of so
ittlc raioa i.j the tubllo ha been setlleil. and
ih nutiM fnlA-esied now oonfidrntlr exnect
to supply N6iiville and & otber Ujwns In Jiid
4le Tennsssee with coal. TheybeUevp t tsonly
ncccuary for thl c-al to ba tned to be generally
used. For taauufactnrinK purpose and fer Ln
Ktnes, this coal 1 believed to Iv'upcrior to any
that eta be hail In Tcnrossco. Tbay eepecially
desire that Blacksmiths and all who work in Iron,
should try this coal. The Company worklns thce
Mine feel authorized to say that thejpeonleof
Xasbvlllo may rely upon them for a CERTAIN
supply of Coal at all time, and they hope, by
being liberally palronlted. to reduce the price of
Coal. A. S. COLYAR.
jnw3-tr CUARLE. A. PROCTOR.
' - "HATTY TTOTfUnJ ""aTI AMTTfUlV ' .
IJ IX. JL JJ1 Ulllll 1 X JL-JL 1 -L X JLJLT JL JL- lil VAT!! T " '
. , : - -- ' . . . ' t " 'Twus .-- i
, , i" i , i i - " - - ' - -" - - . n.;t
1 PPI.E, 1IEXKY A CO- Wholesale Deal
Jx. cr in Boots, Shoes and Urticans, Ne. CO West
Pearl betwem Walnnt and Vine streets.
UJSLXET IIOCSI Silas F.Miller, Proprie
tor, comer Third and v ino streets.
CI.EXEAY, W)t t: SOXS. Commission
.McrchatiU. for purchase of Cotton, Groceries,
Produce, Lit uors. and best Brands Flour, N,F
corner of S eond and Vine street.
SAV1S, .1. .. Wholesale Dealer in Drugs,
Paints, Oils, Olara and Dec Stuffs, between
c and Vine strecU.
('1 iTeXX, XV 31. A SOXS, Wholesale flrocers.
T 70 and 72 Vine, between Second and Pearl
HAXKS 'A PO:iTi:tt. Wholesale Grocer
and General Commission Mmhants, Xo. 45
Vine be two in Front and Columbia street.
H EMixintAX, imoTHEKS at co.,
Manufncturer of Glass. Coal Oil Lamps,
Fruit Jan. Chimneys and Lanterns, Xo. 20 East,
Second streeL '
T YTEE, J. P.
Whnlftxnln nnd Retail Dealer
In Hull !.m anil Straw Goods.-) West Fourth.
between Mam and'Walnnt streets.
MOOKE. noilT. A CO., Cotton Factors and
Commission Merchants, for the rale of Pig
Iron. Bioona. and Produce generally.
PIttr-II dTtOU'ES, Importers and Jcbbers
in Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods and No
tions, Xo. 134 Raco street, between Third und
Fourth, in ilsa' Block.
SEAI. .TIOKQAX A CO., Wholesale Deal
er in Boots and Shoes, Xo. 133 Kaco street,
rcen Third and Fourth, in Elsa' Block.
o CII Ht(l Jf AXX, It-, JJealcr in Cigars. Li
O qoors atid Tobacco. Xo. 24 Public Landing.
corner of Sycamore street.
SPEXCEU HOUSE, L. A. Pbatt, Proprietor,
Johnson. Clerk, cor, of Front and Broadway.
SIIII.I.11'0, JOHN A CO.. The Emporium
of Fashijn and trade in Silks, Dress Goods,
Goods. Carpets, and Xotions, 101, 103 and 105,
West Fourth streeL
riIXJI.I J. P. A CO., Wholesale and lie-
tall Dealer In Saddles, Harness, Trunks, Va-
lises. Itailrcad Bags.
gs. Ladies fcatctiels, ctx:., jso.
HO WcstFonrth street
A J. A CO.. Wholcalo
Cloths. Trimming, and Gent' Fur
nishing Got ls, Xo. 87 ana 89 Third and eornerof
rpKOJIAli A CO.. Commission and Porward
L ing Mcicbant, Purchasers of Supplies, ctc
Xo. 4'J Vine street
WY'XXK, JOIIX A CO., Wholesale Dealers
in Foreign and Domcstio Dry Goods, Xo. 89
Peart betwtcn Vine and Race.
-llfASSOX, TAI.KUTTIA PAGE, Cotton
1 Factori, General Commission Merchants and
Dealers in 'jroccries. No. SO Vino street
WATSON A- UEICU, Wholesale Clothiers. Xo.
12Ti Kate street, between Third and Fourth.
ill Elas" ISliick.
AXXOJf A- I1YT.ILS. Wholesale Dealer in
fionneti. Ribbons, and Millinery Goods. 191
Main street, between 5th and Oth. Xorth side.
IIS AMI! KILS, IIi:XItYiVt: CO., Wholealo
V j Druggist' Muin streeL between Oth and 7th.
nearly oppoiito Louisville Hotel.
DUVAEU KETCHES! A CO., Wholesale
and lL'tail Dealers in Carnots. .Floor Oil
Cloths. Ituc I. Mail. Window Trimmings. Ac. 81
4th,betweee Market and Main strecU.
TI.EIOTr. A CO.. Wholcsalo Grocer and
Cnminiision Merchants, and Cotton and Fro
duce Storage, Xo.)l Main street between 7th
rtAKDMilt A CO., Wholesale Grocers, 625
VT Main street 11. A. bhapanl with this house
HOGAX A- IHTTEII Wholesale and Retail
Alanuflicturcrss of Wics. Braids. Curls, and
other kind o;' hair work. &c, So 4th, between Main
and .ilarkct streets.
I OltlKVIEI.E IIOTEE. M. Kcan A Co..
1 j Proprietor. Main Strain, nearly ccntrallr
located tor riramboats and all trains.
ROUEIlSi, A. G. SOX, House Fumislung
KinnOrium. Refrigerators. Filters. Ac. 77 East
bide 4tn strfot neat .Main.
TJOUIXSOX, J. 31. A CO., Wholesale Deal
lj crs in Foreign and Domcstio Dry Goods, Xo
tions, etc, Xo. 1S5 West Main street, between 5th
SI.EVEX T. A- St. 1. A CAIX, Importer
and Wholcsalo Dealers in Foreign and Domes
tic Dry Gooi. Xo. L17 (old Xo. 006) Main street,
nearly opposito Louisville Hotel.
rpitIPP,l,OL'IS, Wholesale and ItcUil Dealer
X In 1'iaiKi rorteii. urgans, .leioacons. . music,
Ac, Xos. 72 and 74 Jefferson st
W I I.SOX, Piri'Elt A CO., Wholesale Drug
gists and Importers of Foreign Drugs and
Chemicals. Paints. Oils Window Glas. and Glass
ware. Ac aiid Pronrietors of Louisville Chemical
Works, and sell the great Saponlfier. Corner of
Main and 6th streets.
TCTILDITh EI. A CO., Wholesale Druggist
VV and Dialers in Tobaccos, Cigars, Dycstufls,
Pcrfiiinerv und Glassware: North Side of Main
street, nearlf opposite Louisville Hotel.
gnitjj Pinion and gmcvican.
SATO tl AY, SIAKCH.-l, IS(!0.
Heading Mtittcr on JZuch ttifc.
WHO AltE EOY'AI. AXI WHAT IS
Huktixotox, Tkxs.. March 16, 1800. It may
cem strnng't to tliOse living in a different portion
ofthe State from (jiis.forsuch questions to be ask
ed now. ten months nftcr peaco was announced
and all rebo.4 disarmeil, and who are now quietly
pursuing their rcspectivo private occupations.
Here, it is matter of greatest importance to tho
people, (and should engage tho attention ofthe
General Go eminent at once.) that these questions
should be finally settled, it Is not uncomm.m to
see assumed authority, bullying and absolute per
secution, practiced, by the dominant party. Some
scarce wonder at it, however, siuco wo have sucli
men to rcpnscnt us a we have Who, I ask, in
thonaino of .honor and all that's just, is tho most
loyal, or mct to be trusted, ho who pandered to
both sides, swept by the popular brecio of victo
ry, from stein to stem, but occidental!- caught up
at last in th gale that hushed to silence the re
bellion, and grounded all her arms; and who now.
to inako good weather with tho ruling powers and
to cover up his old hypocrisy, is boisterous in
praise of tin old flag ho "aheaw loved," and ex
treme in bis votes for the punishment and further
debasement of those ho onco fellowed with? or
he who bore his muxket for four long eventful,
trying years in the Confederate service, through
disaster, dofcat and victory alike, always true to
the flag of his choice, and ready in tho times of
danger and oxtrcmest peril, to rally around his
u plifled banner and to catch the trembling staff,
but H ho laid down his arms when the war ended,
returned to lii home, willing to submit to tho
stem decriio of fata, and to bo governed by tho
laws, but elslming ot thosaraa tjnic tho protec
tion of thadovcrnmcnthothenand now acknow
ledge as his own?
"There is a speech abroad" thatwohavojustsuch
men in our nwn and county. Our present legis
lator was a atndidato for tho rebel Legislature of
1S61, and proposed (as Is yet to bo seen in a few
circulars, pmscrved out of a great many distribu
ted over this county,) to tnko any oath required
to admit him to a seat. John C. Hawkins, of this
place, his opponent, was elected. Religion and
prineiplo soiictime fall victims to the dispensa
tion that seises tho man of disappointed hopes.
Our hero at oneo became famous against rebels,
took his son tVom tho Confederate army that son
to clothe whom in a suito,f gray ho spent so much
time in picking burrs from his wool, and a one
of his neaniet neighbor says, help to card it,
though now lie ean't tolerate a Squthcrn man at
all, and 1 with the extreme in crcrythiuf.
A man must be extremely stupid a well as
uncharitable, who believes there il no rirtno but
on his own Hide, and that (hero arc not men a
honeota himself who may differ from him in
inilitleol prhtelpie;" say a wiso man, but that
man murtbi were than stupid, and wont than
uncharitable, who think' that It is rich t (or that
the people will think it right) ferhlin to oecupy
all sides as he chooses, and to ehange when ho
want te, with every passing breeie, and becauso
some wont ehanve with him, that they must bo
considered forever "eur liim," and If in his
power placed under snio prodigious fan of ex
Aro wo n'r, who Imvo submitted, ami nrc try
ing to uiaktgnod ciiitens. loyal or not? and
should our privilege be restricted, bcoause we
once woro gray, more than those of our fritmlt
who still wear cerulean pants, nithcoatsof "deep
er blue," and pistol buckled on?
ftvtUu oorolfears all. wore Impressed wifh
the fkt, ;tha-. . ItMcty shU reoab every indi
vidual of a p&ople, af ibcyan ft, aro oqeyinu)v.n
nature; if jt only spread a&ong Vjrtitn!nr
branches, thixo bad better be nonpat all, slAco
such a libertf only aggravate tho importance qf
those who are deprived of It, by Jetting before
men a aisagrccouie sunjcci 91 eorapaqseu.
Aid vou Mrs. Davis and Family. Wo
loam that li number of ccnproijs laujoa of
this citr, oq Information that the family pf
Mr. Davis, ffho is now ant has long been in
confincmcnl as the leader of the &H)thcrn
cause In the Isto iinfortunalo struggle f"r
separate nailonality, aro In elroumstanow of
need, and frcling that it I a duty and a
privilege to waist as tlier may bo able Ute
amily thus deprived of their natural pro
tector, have dctcrminexl to make up a purse
for Mrs, Dans, -which will be sent forward
as soon as practicable. We shall be able in
a day or two to publish the names of the
mmia cavug me matter in cnargc, anu iu
intbrra tlioti deirintr to contribute where
jio laijiei itxi tuai jir. t(ayu, a'r0US;,
br Position the heM of the- Isle- Confederacy.
was in realitr no more miltV th thia
of the Southern ieoplo, and that at lea$t
wane uc ta lu uuruucf, mcy cannot permit
his family, to suDTcr for lack of pecuniary
means. MMtc Adr. and Htg.
EXCinX FROM HtEEAXD.
Escape from tho Island of James Stephens, the
"Head Center" Wonderful Adventures Ste
phens Drive In an open Carriage through the
Street of Dublin Ho takes Shipping for
France or the United States How the Escape
was Planned Treachery of Pretended Friends
Government on the Alert
StenhenK, the head of the Fenian move
ment, has actually escaped from Ireland af
ter having been hidden in Dublin. The
Dublin correspondent of the New York
ve3, writing on the 5th, furnishes the fol
lowing highly interesting almost wonderful
On Sunday evening last, about 0:30 r. sr.,
just as the shadows of night were falling
over Dublin, a handsomely appointed open
carriatre. containing five persona and driven
by four dashing horses, two of which were
bestridden by postillions, drew up before a
second class hotel in one of our best streets,
not a quarter of a mile from the General
Postoflice. The occupants of the carriage
were quickly joined by a fdxth person, a
compact muscularly built man, with lair
beard and piercing eyes, and the whole par
ty then drove off at a moderate pacethrough
the heart of , the city, up Sac.tville street,
along the highway leading northward from
the city, pastille spot where Clarke, the BUS'
pec ted informer, met his doom, and then on.
ward at full callon, the horses' heads mill
turned to the north, while their liooft spurn
ed the earth with rapid motion as they
tore along from the city suberbs toward
The lamps were glimmering through the
darkness that overspread Dublin as James
Stephens for Stephens it was who had last
stepped into the carriage turned his back
on tho City ofthe Pale. Hundreds of clever
men, as he knew well, were engaged within
it, striving to discover a means of earning
the reward placed upon lus head ; m castle
yard, and detective office, and police station
the minions of the (jrovernment were tortur
ing their brain3 in endeavoring to light on
some clue which might lead them to the dis
covery of the arch-conspirator, and, what
was of far more importance, within the
castle itself. Government officials, high in
rank, were deliberating as to the value to be
attached to the information, which some
traitor had brought there the day before,
that James Stephens was about to tempt his
fate by endeavoring to quit Ifeland. Hut
of this fact Stephens and his friends were ig
norant. They did not know that the author
ities were on the scent, and that the work bf
searching vessels outward bound lrom the
Irish coast had already commenced. Op
position to their plans they expected none,
but a moderate amount of it they were prc
pared to receive. The occupants of the car
nage (Irish Americans except btepliensl
were each of them well-supplied with re
volvers, one of them carrying as many as
four of these formidable weapons in ins belt,
and the outriders, both good Fenians, were
also armed to the teeih. Had a score of
policemen crossed their path ' that night, I
am inclined to think that Stephens and his
party would have been able to giro a good
account of them.
Fortunately for all parties, however, no
necessity for resorting to these desperate ex
tremities arose, and .Stephens with lus com
panions reached the end of their land jour
ney, a sandy cove about- halt a mile distant
from fckernes, in perlect salety, at 10 o clock.
Skerries in a picturesque little fishing village
on this coast, gome 30 miles north ot Lmtmn
Here they speedily erected communication
through the medium of a fishing smack with
the vessel which was Iving to ja short dis
tance seawards, and wfiich had been engaged
for the work of taking btephens olL and be
fore daybreak on Monday Stephens was far
at sea beyond the power and jurisdiction of
the enemies who thirsted so ardently lor ins
capture. The bark which carried "Caesar
and Jiis fortunes" was a sailing vessel, and
i r. 1 ? .1 T t
ncr course, auer leaving me jrisn snore, was
steered for "thesunoy land of France." Ste
phens, I may add, left Ireland unaccom
panied by any of those wlio escorted him
from Dublin, the whole ol whom drove bacjf
to this city on bunday night.
I am bound to state that, while (he aboye
narrativo is in icrfect accordance with in
formation which I think is accurate and re
liable in every feature, another version of
the escape, dillenng from that 1 have givtjn
in some important particulars, is supplied
by persons not likely to be ill lnlormeu.
According to this account. Stephens and
his friends drove not toward Skerries but to
Kingstown, where the Head Center embark
ed oil board a steam tug, which soon placed
him on boards a large American steamer,
which then proceeded at full speed to New
York. WluchC'vcr of these stories is the
true one, this much, at least, is certain: that
btephens left this city at the hour I have
.mentioned on Sunday eyening last, and left
it in the manner I have described; tl(at he
embarked on tkssamc night on board a sea
going vessel, and that he is now far beyond
the limits of the domains of her gracious
Majesty, Queen Victoria.
It is hard to imagine, without imputing
treachery to some of Stephens' closest confi
dants, how tiie Government became possess
ed of the intelligence of Stephens' intended
escape. It is unquestionable, however, that
some vague information on the subject reach
ed the authorities in this city as early as last
Friday. That the information was cot very
precise may be $een from the paragraphs I
am about to quote; in fact, ifs .xuni and sub
stance appears to have been iliat t))P Head
Center was going "to fight it out on that line
no longer," and that he meditated an imme
diate flank movement by water. Bead by
the light of what I have written, the follow
ing from the Irish Times, of Monday, appears
intelligible enough :
Tho police, in consequence of information
they received, made an active (search at a
late hour on Saturday night," among the ships
in the river, for the notorious Head Center,
but up to a late hour last night they did not
succeed in obtaining any clue to -his where
aliouts. The subjoined from Saunder's Nevs Letter,
ofilipsainc date cgnjains some additional
t an early hour on aaturday niormng,
II. M. gunboat Jfighlinffale took up position
at the mouth of tho river Lifley, 'off the
Pigeon House light, while the revenue cut
ter Jiater cruised about, with a view, It was
understood, to overhaul out-going vcsoU to
search thcni for the Fenian' Head Center,
Stephens, or his confreres.
As a favorable breeze set in from the west
ward, the number of vessels going out of tho
river was considerable, therefore the labor
of overhauling them was great It is stated
that a trawler, paying no attention to the
signal to bear tin, was chased, and a shot
hred across her bows belore the skipper came
to a sense of his position. She was duly
boarded, but wtiouj any result It is also
stated that a strict watcli 5? kept pycr King?
ston harbor during the night time. Yester
day attcrnoon the gunboat and the crui?cr
remained out of llowth and Lambav for
some hours, on the lookout.
1 lie hvawxa Mail of Monday gave (he fol
buspicion having attached to a vessel
which left the river yesterday morning, and
which, it is surmised, carried a passenger
whoso capture would bo important, Her
Maiestv's revenue cutter Laccr. In the coureo
ofthe afternoon, started In pursuit, with de
tective otucers on board, and had not
returned up to the hour of going to press.
I he lollowing, lrom the duesday issue of
the same journal, tells the result of the ex
Ihe revenue cutter Juuxr returned to
Skerries. The gunboat Xitihtinnole. tinder
the command pf Licuf. Hall, of the Jfoya)
Gtorge, "Vfas alsa cmploytd Jn this service.
TIlP ojamiRSlion of craft Jeaying Publin U
fecnt up with watchful pare,
ien tlio fnct of tho covernment post
scssingstifBcicnt information: to lead them to
adopt Uipsc extraordinary precaution Is
borno in mind, the escape of James Stephens
UTiiis an uuv mirqomoas,
Ccn to Tii8 S.MAT.rQi,-ISavs the
JJjcAmond Times: "A friend has kindfv civ.
cn u the following recipe for the euro of
smallpox: inc motto of treatment is as
follow : When the preceding fever is at its
htgbt, and just before the eruptions appear,
the chert is rubbed with croton oil and tar
taric- ointment. This causes the whole of
the eruption to appear on that part of the
hod v, to the relief of tho rest. It also se
curer! a full and pimplf te ppjption, anc th.us
orjana. 'TfiUis'faidWbe 'thc.csutblished
mode of treatment In the EnglLsF anay ill
China, by general orders, and it is regarded
as a perfect cure
ix,ngoj,ri i4 fEi, naving accompiisiica jna jed
her miwioucf ovcrhaulinu vessels sailinor . AT.' v".
trt i i . i i 1
on the Intern cqast bctSypcn Dublin and Klto captmisfs pt Uiat
KASHYiLLE, TENNESSEE, SATURDAY,
Assassination or the Belgian Envoy.
The Jcw York IForf-" correspondence
from the City of Mexico, March 5, gives the
following particulars of the assassination of
one of the Belgian envoys by banditti on
the 4th inst:
A sad. and. in its sad and political conse
quences aoroad. a startling event took place
yesterday, about ten miles this sme oi iuo
Two diligences yesterday left the capital
at the usual hour of 3 A. yi. for Vera Gruz.
The first of these was a "special" vehicle,
containing the members of the mission sent
to Mexico a few weeks since by the new
Kintr Leopold II.. of Belgium. In the se
cond were the passengers by the regular mail
of the day, among them Capt. Turner, of the
American steamer jtianuaitan, on wnicu inu
Beltrian nartv had engaged their passage on
their way home. The diligences always 6top
about 10 A. K. at Rio Frio for breakfast, and
the road for some fifteen miles before reach
ing that point is particularly dreary
lonely, winding'up to Bio Frio, the highest
point between the coast and capital, through
a waste of sand and pretty heavy pine
About ten miles this side of Bio Frio the
passengers, many of whom liad been walk
ing to ease the mujes, got back Into the ve
hicles. Capt. Turner, who had been con
versing offthc road with Capt. D'Huart, one
or the ISelgians, a tine young olhcer, and an
aid-de-camp of the Count of Flanders, was
invited by him to leavethe second diligence,
and take a peat by his side on the imperial,
or outer scat of the first. Pleading a desire
to take second nap as his excuse for de
clining, the American got back into his own
place and unconsciously thereby, in all
probability, pared his own life. For, not
five minutes afterward, the report of rifles,
fired in rapid succession, was heard, and the
startled passengers of the second diligence,
(from one of whom I hava just had my ac
count of the affair,) looking out, saw the
first dilirence stopped in the road, two of its
inmates loading and firing from behind the
shelter of the wheels, and three individuals
on foot walking swiftly away up the hillside,
under the pine trees, with their guns on their
Hastening forward, they found the young
iriluart, but a moment before lull of ute and
spirit and buoyant anticipations of a de
lightful homeward trip, stretched lifeless on
the top of the diligence. A minie ball had
passed directly through his head. By his
side lay another of the mission. Lieutenant
Marcciiai, dangerouslv wounded in the
shoulder, and also by a minie ball. The
Jielgian envoy to General borey, although
he sprang out of the diligencce at the
first re. and returned shot for shot, had hap-
ily escaped. k
Kb attempt was made to interfere further
with the party, who proceeded on their way
sadly enough to Bio Frio. A telegram was
instantly sent to Mexico, on receiving which
the Jimperor Maximilian, accompanied by
his own surgeon and a small escort, set .out
at once on horseback for the scene of the dis.
aster. The city and the palace are, of course.
in a great ferment over tho news, and it is
difficult to comprehend at once the motives
which can have provoked the cowardly and
apparently wanton assassination. The mur
derers do not appear to have been robbers of
the ordinary description; and, as the envoys
upon whom the attack was nude wpre in no
wise political envoyo, it is not easy to sec
how any faction here can have expected to
be benefited by the crime, unless, indeed,
there be something in the suspicions already
loudly expressed, that the clerical party now
thoroughly hostile to Maximilian mav have
planned this atrocity for the purpose of
bringing odium and distrust upon himself
and his experiment of empire in Belgium.
where, with tho advent r,f Leopold II, the
clericals are supposed to have come baok, or
to be coming back to favor.
As yet, however, 1 repeat, all is in the
dark as to the origin and the perpetrators of
this shocking deed. JLhe robbery on batur
dav morning, near Puebla, of a diligence
containing 0,000, in charge of an Austrian
lieutepant and two men, is a more compre
hensive and common place affair; but it
seryes, at least, to show how dreary a pippo
of work it is fo keep order and establish se
curity in a country winch has no cross-roads.
and along a highway which more resembles
the bed of a river torrent or the path of a tor
nado than a means of communication be
tween great and opulent cities.
A XOUTIIEIt v ad vi: vrntEii IX IHXIK
A 1VAKXIXO TO SOUTIIEIIX
From tho Jlobilo Advertiser.
Two fair and buxom maidens, who have
passed the rubicon of their teens, managed
to accumulate a handsomelittlcstim by hard
and honest toil in tho city of Augusta, and
embarked in business in one pf tho corner
stores of that thriving burgh, They were
quite successful, and mado sulhcient money
to invest in fifteen bales of cotton, " bile
they were thus progressing in the road to
wealth and happiness, a dashing young man
one of the numerous preposessing adven
turers from the Korth happened along one
day, and the eldest sister became infatuated
with him. Her affection was reciprocated
by the young man, and after a brief period
of love making, peculiar to most marriages,
they resolved to unite thoir fortunes, and
thp we4ing topic plppe or Jlio first qf FeUr
ruary, T)ie liappy young Wtle was trumped
by bright jironiiscs of Jicr Svcei William to
tuili the store nnd cotton into money and
take a wedding tour, after which they were
to start in business on n larger scale. She
fully confide:! in him and sold out. The
husband got poscssion of the money, and
left with his wife and her sister for Mobile.
On the way to' tliia place he made the wed
ding tour merry by paying out like a prince
and living like a lord. They arrived hero
in tho early part of last week, and it seems
mat the "fond young husband" had whittled
tho capital down to the paltry sum of $380.
The wife was filled with grave suspicions,
hut said nqthlrjg.
On Thursday, "yilljain borrowed her
watch and jewelry, on some Blight pretext,
when the terrible truth of his design flashed
upon her. She, however, kept her own
counsel, resolving to keen a close watch on
him, Stiro enough, alio dlscovprcd that he
had taken out tho trunk?, and all she had
In the world. No tlmo was lost in nrocur-.
ing the services of two of our shaqicst detcc
tives. They traced tho absconding husband
to the mail boat, and from that ho had lost
his passage, and went to the Battle House
with the trunk. The wife was sent to him,
and ouietly asked why he had changed their
hoarding house without saying a word to
her about it. This put the husband off his
guard, and she induced him to go down
street wfh her o look a( a stpre wliich sho
wa? informed cquld bo rented very cheap.
He accompanied his injured wife, and she
led him to the station house, where he was
furnished with the room to which she ha
alluded. His name is AVm. Molcr, but wo
refrain from giving the maiden name of the
young lady so villainously duped by tho
heartless wretch. Ho Jj now under bond of
?2,500, and In durance vile. Some efforts
have been ruade to get mm released, but thus
far they havo proved unavailing. Tlio young
wife and her sister nro now in our city, nnd
in possession Of onlv S230 of the handsome
sum placed in the hands of this nice young
Ik view of tho impoverished condition of
a ortion of the people of Georgia, Gov.
tllp fp.Upwips appeal ,fl
A portion of the pcoplo of Georgia, in districts
vcrrun. hv both armies durinc.the late war. are
suffering for la:k of food, and unless speedily re
lieved must suuer tnare, pcrltapt Harjt. iueir
mote fortunato and benevolent neighbors have
diino wpoh fir thro. but can da little more, Tho
cviaoneooj mei u tun ana startling, iue
Legislature pave appropriate!) money tor th'Mr
relief, but tho moner is not in the Trcaiurr. 1'her
havo auhorif cd the borrowing of money, upon
most satisfactory security, but it will require tirao
to have the bonds and mortcaecs crenared and
nxooutod. And while this tlmo runt against the
sufferers, their sufferings will be terribly lntcni
ned. I am ready and anxious to act, but lock tho
means, In the namo of patriotism and humanity
I appeal to you to furnish them. It will be a
gaotl pecuniary iuttMnatt, and something more,
a mmmemlaU tXarilf. Bring forward the money
on loan, for ninety or ono hundred and twenty
days, or six or five months, or thirty years, a you
prefer, with seven per cent, interest. You will do
Wttl and THE UCXfiET WILL PO ETTEE.
All editorsfriendlr to the oblecL will please
give the above a few insertions, and briefly direct
attention to it.
its J. Jenkins.
!fh,e Empire L,a.) ftrii slates that the pro.
perty la the PrUh of Plaquemines, beloniin to
tho late Luclcn Qonaparte, told last week TMr
$30.Sodi If hd"a front on the river of two and
two-thirds arpents by forty In depth ; and there
arc at least fifteen hundred orange trees upon it.
Eyans, Gardner & Co.,
377 13 X O -A. 13 AV AY
IMPOETERS AKB JOBBERS
HOSIERY, GLOVES, Etc.
"WE HAVE COMMENCED BUSINESS AS
above, and would be glad to have our friends and
acquaintances, and the trade generally, to exam
ine our Stock when they visit New York. Having
been engaged in tho "Wholesale Business for many
year in Jiasnviitc, Tennessee, and purchasing
Good for the Southern market, ire think vfeknow
what is required to make np an assortment of
Goods suitable for Southern Merchants. As we
-have adopted tho !A8ir SYSTEM of Buying
and Selling, we are enabled to sell our Goods at
VEItV SHOUT I'UOFITS. All Orders en
trusted to us will be prowptljkiwd Cdthfully exe
"We have ample Desk Boom and a Securo Vault
for tho free use of our Customers.
EVANS, GAIinXEK fc CO.,
Wit BBOADWAV, NEW YORK.
HUGH McOREA & Co.,
A, IIAJXIXTOX t Co.,
Cotton and Tobacco Factors
FORWARDING AND COMMISSION
Sfarlfpt Street, - -
rpiIE. UNDERSIGNED HAVING TAKEN
L the above Vi archousc. will nurcliaso and
sell Cotton, Tobacco, Bacon, Lard, or any other
I'rouuce, on commission. Planters Mvonne us
witn their business may rely on ecttini the hiKh-
est market price for their Produce. Our charges
will bo as low as any house in the citv. Should
our old triends favor us with orders for Groceries,
r may rely on having goods purchased at tno
ovfait i4arl:t prices. e will give our attention
roods torwardoa tc us from other cities, fcr
pers may rely on having thoir bmJs fqrwarded
promptly by tho first train or boat alter their ar
rival. Our office is on Market street, where tho
old books of Hugh JtcUrea tc Co. can bo found by
Honing for a share of public patronage, we sub-
scnoo ourselves, cic..
janl3- ilUUit MCUllEA X CO.
Wo respectfully introduce to our old friends
our successors in business, Hi'cii McCrka x Co.,
who coutinuo tuo commission uuiness at our
stand, No. 28 South .Market Street.
Our own office is No. 23 College Street, where
we hope all parties who are indebted to us will at
onco call and pay their accounts now due, and all
particj wbo liavp any claims against us will pre
sent fhcin fgr payment, as we wjsh tu c)qsb up
our business at an early nay.
janl3-lf A- HAMILTON x Co.
To tlie Cotton Planters of Ten
nessee, Alabama, & Georgia
TpROM and after this dirte, our charges on Cot-
J' ton sold tbrougti our warehouses will be as
Storago for sixty days or less, per balc-.......1.00
" for each succeeding month 60
Selling Cotton per bale ...... 1.00
Shipping " " ' - 50
Insurance and uovcrnment tax extra.
All Cotton sold throuch our houses, excent (br
a regular Cotten Merchant.) will be subject to the
nhovo charees. whether sold liv ourselves or by
tho owner. aitiA'riJiN. wiin ikk x cu.
H O E. ICE.
-TV: HAVE FOR SALE TO ARRIVE ANY
pure lake ioe.
I amount of
Parties in adfoininz
Will do well to give us a call.
I1KE KI1VGSTOX ICE CO..
jan30-tf. No. 5 North Collego street.
E. F. SKV1SS.
Kirkpatrick, Nevins & Keith,
(SUCCKSSORS TO KIRKPATEICS S CpA
GQTTQN & TQBA000 PA0T0ES,
Qenoral Commission Merchants.
11 UXI05T a STREET
NEW ORLEANS. LOUISIANA
Ii. F. XEVIXS,
23 SOUTH COLLEGE ST.,
Stolen liibcral Rcwartl.
Bay horse, full sixteen hands high, branded U. S.
on lelt shoulder anu b. op right side of neck.
Hind pastern enlarged. Buggy open top, built by
Roberts & Curtis, Cipcinnati,
R. P. JENKINS & CO,,
Jjriwgms v vtwmists,
Who aro tho
For all Seeds Grown by
Xo. 32 3Cnrkct St.,
JAMES C. MALONE,
Office 27 West ride Pnblie Square, corner of
College and Deaderick itreete UP-STAIRS.
Post Office Bo 133.
WE HAVE NOW IN STdRti TEN TH0U
Ti SAND, bushels of Cotton Seed. We alk
Planters to rive us a call before purchasing.
, HUGH IfcCREA CO.
MARCH 31, 1866.
W. J. rOETEB.
NO. 45 VINE STREET.
West Side, Between , Front and Columbia,
b. w. WASSOX.
Lato of Cochran. Wasson A Talbutt.
JKS3E II. T.ILBCTT.
Late of Paris, Ky
JESSE vr. PARE.
Late of Nashville, Tcnn.
Wasson, Talbutt & Pago.,
Successors to Cochran. Wasson Talbut!
Manufacturer's Agents for the salo of Basgin:
General Commission nnrt I'rotlure
And Dealers In Flour, Hemp, Grain. Seeds, AVool
Feathers. Pork. Bacon. Lard. Ac.
Also, Exclusive agents for tho sale of J. If. Tal-
uutt X vos Uclebrnteu ruro Uonuer Whiskers.
from Paris. Jtuurhon CJnnntv. Kv..
Xo. 30 VINE ST., CINCINNATI. 0.
Jas, A. McAllister Co., Nashville. Tennessee,
imp jicv-rao jp uo
Evans. Fite X Co.. "
Commcicial Bank. Meiunhi. Tf-nneysee.
Tayjor. JleEwip, Duke Co Memphis, Tcnn.
O. O.PBtOn, JOS. R. GKB1IART,
JAS. LOWES, S. tlOWKBSOCK,
Qepcral Partners, fippciaj I'artn.era,
Importers ami Jqbbcrs of Foreign and Domestic
3D RY GOODS,
White Goods and Notions,
XO. 134 HACK STREET,
Between Third and Fourth Sts.,EIsas New Block.
JOHN' V. WATSON".
JOS. L. IlKItC.
WATSON & BERG,
Xo. 136 Jtace Street, Cincinnati, 0.
T. H INKLE, FORMERLY OF NASIl
TT i villo and Louisville, i yith the shftvii
house, and will ho nleiucd to Su-c ana wait oh bis
friepds nnd acfiuaintance?-
n. E. RE.(D.
MOROAV, READ CO.,
READ, MORGAN & CO.,
wnoLESAiA: dealers in
BOOTS UP SHOES,
138 Raco St., bet. 3d& 4tli,
J. F. DAVIS,
WHOLESALE DEALER IN
I)n;gs, Paints, Oils,
Window Ota, Putty and Dyestuffe',
lietvxen Vina and Race Streets,
ORDERS SOLICITED FROM THE S0UTH
crn Trade, and promptly attended to.
Wll. 11. BTKRS.
15 Y E It Ss
Wholesale Dealers in
Ladies' Misses' Hats, and
M I L L I N E R Y GOODS;
191 Main st.b.ctitecn 51b and Oth, North Side,
3 Orders will- receive
prompt and faithful
Who want tosecthomostcomplefestock of
Milleriory Fancy Goods
In the West, should visit the house of
No. 101 Main street, between 5th and Ctb.
JS3 A larce stock Of Ladies' and Children's
Hats, trimmed, to which they call the special
attention of Merchants. 3
The OWest Stand in the West I
D. P, HOG AN & A. DUTEXL,
Wholesale and Retail Manafaetcren of
717ns, Scrip, flraidt aad CStrh, and all other
tvjOiy JJair wore,
And Importers Of Tancy Goods, Perfumery. Sx
55 Fourth!- between Main and Market,
Manner of tskint Measure of a Wig by any person:
1 Koundtneneaa in K lines o
2. From Ear to Ear " 0 0
3. Tempi to Temple - - 0 0
From Fprehe! toiNape 0 0
5. From Temple to Temple t 0
f" " i "'''. 7' i I 'Ti' '
3 F S q
m --kr ,
(! p cr'
n EH o
r ' 5 n 0 ; c
1 ! :
1 " 1 1 - M. . ..
SAM. VANLEER, & C0!
NO. 44 CQIiLEfJE STREET.
SIGN OF THE DIG PADLOCK
HAVE QN HAND AND ARE RECEIVING
a large and complete stock of English, liar.
and American HARDWARE.
Which we are sellinp nt rnnBAtitiKIn n.M
stock consists in nart of
FINP IXL POCKET CUTLERY. l
200 GltQSS TABLE CUTLERY.
2QflD0Z.KN'6n LOCKS, assorted.
SO do HAND AND RIPPING SAWS.
200 da ASSORTED AUGERS,
23 do FOOT APSE.
aOOO lbs. HOOKS AND HINGES, assorted
1000 lbs. D0IL CHAIN.
1000 " BLACKSMITH'S HAMMERS, all kinds?
25 WRIGHT'S ANVILS.'
100 CROSS-CUT SAWS, to 7M feet,
60 MILL SAWS, to 8 fee i
sppaons, . , ,
TIN CUPS and .PLATES.
ITEA and TABLE gP06NS.
A very large stock of PLANES of every variety
IUtH.-IIIV.lt STJ1EI. PLOWS.
Those wishing to purchase 1c our line will do
well to give us a call before buyin2.
NAM. VAXIXEIt, A CO.
T. T. SALTZMAN,
(Formerly HUOIIES BROS..)
IrOIJX IETOR, j
Corner College ana Union Js'tJ.,
'PIIIS GALLERY, so long and favorably known
X throughout the SrJth. Is still under the full
uueoi operation, one of the partners. .Mr. Iluehes.
having recently returned from London, Paris,
and other cities ;n Europe, with all the recent Im
provements known to tho Photographic Art. We
are in constant correspondences with parties in
London, that we shall .mii.nvnr in K th first in
introduce every new feature hero as they present
PHOTOGRAPHS. Life Site, In Oil
Ink or Oil.
Cabinet She. Plain, India
PHOTOGRAPHS. Cartes do Visito
OPAL or PEARL MINIATURE, New Styl
The Double Photograph.
Or two positions of the same person on ono Card.
Frames of all sites and descriptions, Albums,
etc., kept constantly on hand, which we will sell
as low as ean be purchased elsewhere.
We respectfullyjolicit a liberal share of patron
aee. All work warranted to bo first-class, and on
reasonable terms. Give us a call.
700 WAGONS !
400 Serviceable Army Wagnns at . $40 00
OO Unserviceable Army W teens at 15 00
100 Lumber Wagons at 40 00
40 Two Horse Wagons, frou . $C0 to 100
60 Wood Wagons at 50 00
3) Water Wagons at 50 00
5 Log Wagons nt .... . CO 00
Fifteen new light twn horse Wagensmanulacturid
especially to suit the wants of Planters, war
ranted to give satisfaction at- - $1W 09
50 One Horse Carts at 2S 00
1200 Donblctrtes with singletrees attach -
cd (complete). . 3 50
7000 Singletrers at.-. ...,- 1 00
3B Stretcher Chains, Fith Chains, Log Chains
Shovels, spades, Ae. jPlckt. Sawn, Wienches,
Ac. io. g. H. STEVENS,
franklin Pike, near crossing Nashville and Chat
taooga llalb-oad, Nsahrllle. Tennessee,
ii i o i j-uiucvixto uua, iiiJL-iuu'ji,
TJ ESPECTFULLY ANNOUNCE THAT TOEY
XX hare formed a Copartnership In the business
of CAKI'KXTI'.KS ASTD JOIXERS, ia all
its Departments. They solicit the patronage of
their iriccli, and the pnblie generally. Their
Shop and OQce is in the Building krown as tho
Government Pattern Shop, at the lower &4 vf
the Nashville and Chattaaooga 1 latlrcjidLs c -satire
bjs:l tr. nest,
Late of LeinstOB.
JiVta X. DCKX,
Late of Doke Bintai
& T. IC.
C030HSSI03T MER CKAXTSH
DEALERS IN ROPE, BAGGING
PURE BOURBON WHISKY,
- So. H9 Went ffeeatt- Street,
Between Vice and Race, Cincinnati, Ohio
Prompt attention riven to the Fiux-asa t J
Bale ol Flour, Grain. Pork, Bacc iittl, tleiap.
Gnus Seeds, and all kinds -f Frodaiw.
Orders sad CotaigntasaU solicited.
T. B. SAMBLI.
C. S. OISUWAT,
RlllEY noniviv 9 rn
XO. 7RKO.U) STJBEIBT,
'2icav the liivcr,)
" " j 'iu -ioq were bous-ht br on
oi our firm in person in llaltiraore :ia New York.
S00 Kuiics Baltiraoro Klo Cbflee;
40 hogshead Ertwrn Sugar;
100 barrels A. CoffeQ Suuar:
rrv V. -'-'.1 Y I- rv v- '
CO barrel R Coffee Sii:
50 barrels C Coffee bilpir; "
5tTlMrrc&' Crushed Sugarr
50 barrels Powdered Sugar;
50 Granulated Smran
S00 barrels Flour, of all, grades;
IWU sacks dir.m;
2000 barrels Salt;
20 barrels Molasses;
10 barrels Vinegar;
23 barrok Robertson County VJiisv:
. 2o barrels Bourbon Whisky;
5 barrels Holland Gin; "
4 casks Of Brandy;
100 barrels and half barrel
100 kiU Mackerel; .
100 boxes Cheese;
50 boxes, J and J boxes Baisins;
ao uarrcis Atmonus;
15 barrels Filberts;
250 drums Figs;
0 cases assorted Pickles, ouart and runt:
100 cases Oyster
25 cases Sardines:
200 boxes, and J boxes Candles;
100 bxs various brandsSoap, plain andfancv;
60 boxes assorted Candles;
10 boxes Brandy Cherries;
200 kegs Nails, assorted;
50 dozen I 'tinted Buckets;
20 doien Tubs in NesU;
15 cask. Soda;
100 boxes Chewing Tobacco, all grades;
20 cases Smoking Tobacco; J
50 dozen Brooms;
25 dozen Washboards;
auu.OW If. V. Caps;
100 bags Shot;
30 kegs Powder;
25 bags Pepper;
25 bag plcc;j
75 boxes Indigo;
11 casks Madder;
100 boxes Mustard,
25 boxes Starch; '
jUGUINO, HOI'K .VXD TWINE.
This i stock Is olTcrctl to tho Trade only, attaall
profits. We are determined to sell as cheap as the
same articles can be had for in Louisville or Cin
Jfavinit ample storage room, wo Invito eonsicn
mcnU of Cotton and all kimls of Produce. Wo
will take in eioh.mso
nniEn AVVI.TS AND 1.10I
gisi:.o AXO AVOOI
And will allow tho highest market prices.
a. s. H1ILLINS.
Late orR. S. Hollins St C.
s. e. dmvk.
t. c. wmoiiT
Lite of Evans x Co,
A. B. BBOWX
HOLLINS, WRiGHT ; CO.
WHOLESALE DEVLEKS IN
7Q l.;SiclG Public Sqtiai-,
(Between City'IIetcl'A Suspension' Bridge.)
bi 4-" ;
HAVINO ASSOCIATED THEMSELVKS To
gether for the purpose of doing c wholesale
BOOT, SIIOJE & I1A1
Bus!ne!. would s.iy to their friends and the trado
gcneall. they are now receiving and will keep
constantly on hand, one nf tho' Ifirreflt nml hMt
selected Stocks of the above goods, ever offered
for sale in this market.
Possessing-m they do, every advantage for
making these nurehases. anil witn a Inner ezneri-
ence with the trade of Nashville, feel assured
they can mako it to the Interest of the buyer to
mako their purchases here.
r. vr. eotstie. j.r.TRtzr-XT. j.a.v'iAsm.
R0YSTES, TSEZYANT & CO.,
UEAr, ESTATE TIKOKEItH
A.VD C'OJIII.SNIOX MKItCIIVrVTH,
No. 217 Second Street,
mar0-3m MEJIPHIS. TENN.
G. 8. SIWBOM.
W. S. SEWRO-.
MOORE & CO.,
XO. -to WEST HIRE I'UHrjSO CAKE
We M9 the regular anthorlied Agents for the
totlowlog Southern papers :
.-lew uriean iratUHUu atw urleans.
Vleksburg Herald. Vieksburg. Miss
HnnjnrHI AilrrjulB ;,nntrilla. Ala..
Maury County Herald. Columbia, Tens
inaiiasooga uaxette, Uaatt noogi
mlcle and Sentinel. Aurnsta. ui
OallaMn Examiner. Gallatin. Tenn.
Persons wishlnr to mbwrribo for or to Advertise
In the abore papers, will be waited oo with
pleasure at our office. JanS 3m
n. c. LOCXUAST.
Henry, Locfchart & Henry,
Attorneys at Law,
WILL PRACTICE IN , TUB VARIOUS
T V .Courts of Stewart, Dickson and Humphreys
eouEura. jrrueuiar M:t-on gmn u eoneo-
- . I ZT. 5H
I IIPCMf ill i - M
Proportionate r.es for shorter, pern!.
Subsca'ptioM uiT&rUhly Inadranw.
DRUGS & MEDIGIKES.
R, P. JENKINS
32 Marker'st. opposite I nto
KKiaCTPUM .T INSORM THR 0I,1V1AT.
ronaofllr. FMT.Tj).n ik. Z. : f,i
that h mVrffTii r:?
S2f-fth6 t'rt formeelarco and extensive
They will kji contUatly on hand
WltS DKUG'f, AX aiutvi
ii., m...i . . .
the. rcTtsed FhamiSpitu - Muv; '
ZSPl V"i..Qtaentn. Diarrlmea Cordi:
1" i"!St AltsraUvcs, Int irorat Cordu
?h$T,i?: otP.errut.err. Fanr?
rfhi q- ir.T. ttVH"?1 "nc7
V. ww n every
,I- r . i
& iV;.ir' v'. "? r,es;onuivej.
Ti i i" .nuuiiiTOnK, ana an antcieain
this lino pertaininsto the Toil
Botanic & Eclcclie31olloincs.
Sneh aa Vrr-.h Ttnni, n.t tr.v. -n
.JTUdeaV andB:Kfith'Aiy0 UdBoI4a
their concentrated Ejtraotj.
Trusses! Trusses!! Trtissoi
For the million, of every tho and TarittfL
Dental t SnrRial Instruments,
Accurately filled, at all hours of tho day and nih t.
spices, jDj'o StuO's, PaistH.
ETC- ETC. " ' '
i.K T." t , '. -!v iMiuw, 3pan-
n?-.40.x60,uPor quality. White Lead. MUed
Coal 0 1 ? l.mi r ... 1 """
Ply. allow TOte. ""u """u-
Landreth's Grarden, Seed,
Just received, a very large supply,
Also, a Urge
let of Grata Seed.
TtOIlEUT P. JKNniNN, Prclerlptlonist and
and Pharmeeist, at the OM Stand of H. 8. Thatch
rr' n?u RC'8.00 IMN-I.i Co.. would in
lona the Physieians of Mhv(Ue. and lurround
ing country, that It Is our arm . to supply every
want ofthe Practitioner, in tho line of hi pro
fession, and will spareno paina to ntcomplisJi that
end sattstictoriiy. He will be rsach pleased tosm
any of the 1 acuity who will honor our cstablish
mentwith a visit.
lip hopes by constant attention, to bushsessU
pierit a. share of patronage, assuring them that
their favors will bo prepared with fidelity, or tht
purest material;, and by himself personally, or an
Ourfctock embraced the gr en test Tariety, anft
everything comibg within the Drug Business.
tlivo us a call and wo will guaxanUo satisfac
tion. All orders entrusted to our caro fllled. with
promptness and aee n racy.
It. P. JENKINS: fc CO.,
3 Markets-, opposito Union,
SIG.V OP THE MAX AXn MO UTAH.
J. t. DU.Niar.
a. tr. cbildbesa.
DU30.AP & CHILDIIESS,
170. 62 NORTH CHEERY ST.,
Janl3-3m ' Tcnncnico.
n .ii i-.,.. . , ,i, .
A, S. COLYAR, ?r .'
Of IViucIicKtcr, TciiH.,
HAS OPENED AN OFFICE IN NASHVILLE,
on Cherry street, Colonmulc ltulMltig;,
Room J, where he will constantly be found, un
less absent at somo Cnnrt. llhna n u.!.fi .!.
him Colonel A. S. Mirks at Wnchester, Mr. Jas.
I,.c?.m.".? at .?."',tt?T.lllj ilr' Jatae.Fltipat
nek at Mc.Mlnnvlllc, and Mr. Stonq at Manchester.
Mr. Coyar Mpccts to attend' IhsConrU at these
places, and will at hu oSlce, receir and transmit
Claims for collection, girlnir aisuranathattbev
will be promptly attended to, and be. will fcHh
fully attend to such buslhc-l ol may ba intrustef
to him in Nftshvillo, Janl'Ju-fim
Attorney nt 3 ii w.
NASHVILLE. TENN.. '
OFFICE, KO. OOVi OIERRT KTMEET
Prompt Attention Given to' Cslteetljmi:
Caruthers 4 Copr. iNtshville.T'ritresMc:
Guild. Smith x Guild. Nashville, Tennetse.
Hon. Halle Peyton. NashvllleTennesjee.'
Hon. J, B. White, NashylUe, Tennessee
lllllmnn, Rroth X Sons, Nashvlllq, Tennessee.
Hon. M. K. Gallaway, Memphis, Tennessee.
! I r
INSURE YOUR Sf OCK
TEE TESEESSEE ITVE ST00K
ap it al,
. i..i. : .
Chartered by thaiLc(lJilature, witJt
tho 2rltiite(e to increase to
J .f t.t
WITH RBSPONPIBLE AOENCIBS IN
every County-la Tetuicmec. and Terr shortly
throughout every Ssnthern State. This Company
InsurM ainsi raliKTV ot DAMAGE to Htoek
while stolen. If not reeorered within
The Low will b pail In CmU. A standlogrtward
of One-fourth of the value of every animal in
sured by this Company U offered for the'reeotery
thereof. One JIunreil Bollsrs &r the arrest, and
conTlellonof'tho Thief. ' '
Persons haying Anlm oot.lns-retlsbyit-U
Company, ean, by remitting Firxsi.X Dut-iM.
giving fulldencription of Anltniil . d amount of
reward. 'lave One Thousand Hind'bills struck,
aiid farntihcd to all our Detective Torce' fa the
Aunual Intc on JIor?CH aHti
Valued at "' Fremlaa.
$ 10 r---4f 76
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w .-, .. .r,;-, , iSxo
Kale oit Cattle.
, Intermediate valao atpromyt rs tc
'.. J.M.R0B. VieoPri-ldent.'
J. K. CONKLlXSeereW."
Ji W. HEAD. Genersr-AteiU
JAMES GLOVER, aencnUTi8vtlitjlgflt;ft
i rTT3l ti.." ! - ,.
At (as Axn.vof,tho Rboro CcHiwyll-iihs ity
of Nashville. -e.Mj&x, ifjCJf
applications fucimraEMof Lira Stoifc,,-!.
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