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ishviileand Decatur Railway.
JGredt Central Ail Bail Eonto
CBiptiis, Mobile, New Orloanu, nntl
To NfchvitU sad Deeatur Railroad h wade
raagemeaU with tho Memphis and UbarloMen
Railroad Company by which pass ensure ee
imtk U uBk v&nl CbiKt of Can; wlj
(kf Ckufe kitten Mobile Hi St Orlttu.
By any other Route tfcere are Two.
r A Splendid Sleeping Condi Is Attached
to the Train nl jvasnviiie, which
rmiH through lo Corinth. '
1 Amroi at Memphis, at
Leaves Dooatar, at-
onnocu witn ail anernoen mua whim , u mm
finnnwta at Nashville with"Lonisv1lloand Nash-
iTille Railroad, fer all poinU Bast and North, and
irith Nashville and Cfaattaneeca llallread, lor all
points en that line.
rime from Nealivillc l Mewphbh, Wi hours.
" Itiiuvi11c- 8 hour 2am.
.. u,o,ftB.6- hour.
" Mobile, 83 hours.
Ilimtsvillo Express Train Dally, Ex
Leaves Nashville at t$x'u-
Arrives atllunurnia at 7M r.it.
I-eaves iletitsvfe !e at 1MB a..
Arrive at NasuviHo &45p. m.
Time, From Nashville to HnBtsville.QS-lxbeur.
" Huntsvilloto Nashville, hear.
Columbia Accommodation, Dally,
Leaves Nashville at W r. K.
Arrives at Columbia,.
7:16 a. m.
Arrives -at Nashville at
lftOO A. V
Rairfrago Checked TJironi.
FAKE AS LOW AS BYAXY OTHER
For Through Tiekets and other Information,
id ease apply at the offiw of tho Nashvlllo City
Tninifer Company, fipriheast . corner of Summer
and Chureh streets and at the Brc-adBtrcet Depot,
J. B- VAX DYKE,
oct21 Genera Superintendent.
Important to Travelers and Shippers
I.OUISVIXM3 AND THE EAST
GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY
Ii now in fall and successful opintien
From, dncmneXi to New York Boston, Sec,
And it the only direct route to tho
Oil Regions of Pennsylvania.
Connection are made irith
Jeffersonville and Ohio and Mississippi Railroad,
via Seymour, Jefiersonville and Indianapolis and
Col. Rrailroad, vlaUrbana; Louisville and Lex
ington and Ken to Icy Central Railroad, ria Cin
cinnati ( U. S. Mali Line Stcamen via Cincinnati.
Two Throach Trains Bntly.
Paisengeri by the Broad Gauge Railway iccure
wide and comfortable cars, quick time, and sure
connections. . .
Tbrourh Tickets and Barrage Checks can bo
procured at all the principal Railroad and Steam
boat omeers in Louisville and the South.
I). MCLAREN, Qonl Sup'L
K. F. FULLER, Gen'l Ticket Agent.
T. D. Cole, Passenger Agent, No.25 Fourth street
Wm. Colli cb. Freight Ag'nt, Louisville, Ky.
Edgefield, and Kentucky
THROUGH TO MEMPHIS IN
nUICKEST TIJIE FOR
Garleavtllfy l'arls, Humboldt,
Memphis, Xota Orleans,
AND ALL POINTS SOUTH.
OX AKn AFTER -OTOXDAT. the I3th
day f An, this Road will run TWO
T1ATI.V THAI Nl Himimli frnm NmIivIIIo to
Wemphll JomUhi, eennocUnff- therawlth iltui-;
pnu ana iiuisriiio uaiiroaa line, anu an poinu
South and North.
.. 1)80 r. it.
.....18t00 r. m.
Arrives at Memphis Junctlonf 4i96 r. v.
Arrives at Memphis Junctlen 1:10 a. ji.
i nidi ffiuh
a ine'UViuKnei 21 veil mauh
from Nashville to Memphis,
boyi ar. oiiEATirAsr,
Genl Sup'ttj E. and Ky. K. R.
Nashville .and Chattanooga
CHANGE JF TIME.
Orric or. Orami. SorKniNtranKST.
N. & C. AKf N. , W. IIAILWAT.
Nashville. Tenn.. August 14. lSfiS.
ON AND AFTBR WKNISiIAY, AUGKKT
15T1I, 1K6B, and until further notite. Pas
senger trains w(U run as follows :
XcwhTlIlo nnd tChnttniiooKn Line.
Leave Nashville for Chattaneega and all points
South, al7:40 a. if. and tit) r. . Arrive at Chatta
noora at 5:36 r. w. and HBO a. v. next day. Ho
turning leave Chattanooga at 4:16 a. v. and 9:20
y.jt. Arrive at Nashville at 1:45 r. it. and &45
x. v. next days , , ,
All trains esaneet at Wartrace for Shelbyvllle.
.. 31 10
lanooga tor all eiUes Kwt and South.
Slecpiug cars en all Night Passenger trains.
Xahtivitle And Xortliwcatcrn line. B
Kxrautl PASsraottt Leaves Nashville for
Jttbnuonvtlle, and all points Welt and Northwest,
at iilO r. it. Leaves Kingston Sprints at &30. r.
u. Arrive at Jehtaenvflle &r. v. Returning
leave J ohnaotivftl 0 at 7:10a , v. Arrive at Kings
ton 10-10. r. v. Arrive aWashyllle at llj r. m.
AroouwoBjwoX Lmlvo Nashvwe at 4HL r. 11.
Arrive at KUgften at &W. r. u. Arrive at
Johnrouvilleate8qji. Leave JohnMsvillat
1:88. a. it. Iave Kingston Springs &1S, a. v.
Art ve at Nashville at &P5 a.m.
Trains nn the N. i if V. R.R, conneetat
JobnsoQville, with the Cairo and Johnsonvitle
Paokott without fail.
K.4- Berths and MeaU FREE on Steamers con
Bertwg with N. awl N. W. Railroad,
v1ihm(W this route save oxpenreot
SlMtiag Car and Meals between Nashville and
J- Trains step, at all Intermediate points.
Procure ticket at It a JaeksonV 1 opposite St
Cloud Uettl, or at the Cbatlaaga Depot.
W. If. IXXES, sT Sup't.
N. & a and N. W. R. R
J. VT. BROWN. OenU Tass AgeatJ
mart tf. . ' . .
TEXXESSBE ANI PACIFIC
NAMtviU.K, August Wf- ,
PROPOSALS WILL BE RHCEIKD JR A
1 l'reiiArr Sarvay. . with iiisUumeBts, fX
that iH-rtJoTWlhe tm wjileh K wt the
cr. ft of Njvl.aini Knor-l!4e, Tc.
j Ti rout most cesarveystxim tw iihhhhi tas
'h mmh ,1 urn! ifiww ill tiiN'ibmai ff inftiiHBaHHn In
n . .... j - t
lUj s Md vmU view or U evenl 'W
OT will CJ rWJKVfcWTO iru wt iwiwim knrv
: Jowt KiacxAjc, Chm'n JEx. Com,
4JCBE0H) & DOBSOIf,
f. yf, Odrner Chnt-ch antl Ulffh Sttv,
SSLKVATIOSS. 6SOTIONR FULL-
f KNiMAastM. urii sd
G E If E II A L
HAS THE nONOR TO IN- .v
FORM his- old fronds and JXl
fanner patrons, that his services SSSjyBSL
of tho United Suites Surveyor or Cus
tom, corner of Brand mill Front fits.,
(Corn ic Pkkbles old office, Nashville, Tenn.
HI ORLEANS TRADE
Tho ainpnlflccnt Slennicr,
DR. IL B. SHAW. Master,
DR. T. J. SOAW. CLERK,
HI Commcnco SInklngr Bcrulnr
Trine to New Orleans and allintermedi-
aIa norts. nn the oneniar nf the season. Tho
DAVID WHITE was paurehaied oxpreesly for
this trade, and has bora refurnished, re-fitted,
and thoroughly overhauled, and pronounced by
good judge to bo one f tho most comfortable
awl substantial steamen. m tho Western waters,
girt Is a large side boat, with a roomy and liand
SAtnel jr furnished oabin, capable of accommodating
one hundred first oia, and fifty second olass pas
sengers. Her capacity is eight hundred tons, and
her aoeomiaodauecs for oarrying freigbt are
unsurpassed. Standing a A No. 1 with tbe Board
of Underwriters, this steemer commentU herself
to shippers of Cotton and Tobacco, while her ele
gant finish renders her highly acceptable to the
Tbe DAVID WIIITE will Icavo Nashville far
Nwv Orleans on the first rise in tho Cumberland.
For freight or passage apply on board, or to
STKATTON, CUEXKY fc ROY, Agents,
No. 11 Broad Street.
roetlO-tf HARRISON & SONS. Agent.
NASHVIXMG, CAIRO AND
TRI- WEEKLY PA CKETLINE
milE ABOVE LINE COMPRISES THE FOL
JL LOWING splendid Passenger Packets, leav
ing Nashville during the season as follows:
FAXXY RRAKBEIS, Jobx. T. Caut WRIGHT.
Master, leaves Nashvlllo TUESDAYS at 12
JASnVILI.I- Wilxt Stuys, Master, leaves
Nashvlllo THURSDAYS, atl2 o'clock u.
TYItOXE. Tov. UAEuny. Master, leaves SAT
URDAYS, at 12 o'clock it.
Tho above steamers will commence their regu
lar trips on tbe first opening of navigation in the
Cumberland river, and continue to run regularly
throughout the business season, as per above
schedule, sinking close connection atCairo with
the regular Packets for St. Louis, Memphis and
New Orleans; issuing through Tickets to Passen
gers, and giving through Bills of Lading for
Freights to the above cities, and allavnilablo way
landings, at the very lowest rates. Every effort
will bo mado by tho Officers and Agents of this
line to render it reliable and deserving the pat
ronage of Shippers and the Travelling Public.
CORBETT & BOYD.
No. 21 Front Street Upper Wharf. Nashville.
Tennessee. spll flm.
WILL BE OPEN FOR THE RECEPTION
of Students, in all Departments,
MONDAY OF SEPTEMBER NEXT.
T. C. ANDERSON, D. D.. President.
R. BEARD, D. D., Profesor Ancient Languages
B. W. MoDONNOLD, D. D., Prof. Mathcmat-
JULIUS BLAU, Prof. Modern Languages.
J. W. BOYD, A. M., PriMipal Preparatory.
Tho course of Study is oxtensivo and thorough,
and tho Trustees are determined to ninko tho
University what it was before tne war tuo lead
lnir Institution fn tho
Tuition Fees, Sli to SB5 pef Session
Hoarding, tor an ,
Departments, $1 to $ per
IAW SCIIOO Ii.
.HON.-ROBSwr L. OARUTHERS.
VATHAN GR8EN, L. B.
HON. HENRY COOPER.
COURSE OF STUDY IN THE LAW SCHOOL
jDSlnir'Cl.Abs. Oaruthers' History of a Law
suit; Walkers American Law ; Stephens' Plead
ing; Kent's Commentaries ; Story on Promissory
Swipn Class. Story on Conflict Lnws; Angell
and Ames'on'Dorporations; Lomax on Hxceutors:
Parsons on, Contracts; Fourth Kent reviewed;
Story on tho Constitution.
Tnltion per Term,
............. 2 OO
Library ico-.. ...
The Untveslty, before the war. nnmbered about
five hundred students on its Annual Oatalouge.
Good Buildings for all Deoartments have been
seeurcd, and the new buildings will bo creeled
THE FAI.E TERM
Opens first Monday in Steptcmb'cr, closes last
Thursday In January. Spring Term opens first
Monday In February; and eloses last Thursday
In June. lyll tojanl
THE SEWAMLE COLLEQIATE
AT WntCiiSTR, Franklin county, Ttnnos
see, is new in ltu?-. .operation, and ofiws the
youth of tbe South peeu.-r faellitles for acquir
ing a thorough Ungllah, Class.t.-?l. or Busincsti edu
cation. YIltcnsRtgR Is ten miles fromTJnl verity Place,
on tho Sowanee Mountain plateau, and i ! o
the most healthful places In the State.
BnAiin ran be hod in the best private famlles, at
BIS to 820 pefmenth.
Tojtiox varies from 88 t 815 per quarter,
according to advaMeuaenU
Couuuhicatmm ay be addressed to tho Rec
tor, the Rev, F. L. Knight. D. D., at Winchester,
or the President of the Trustees, Gio. R. Fair
banks, Esq at Nashville. Tennessee.
0. T. QUINTARD,
Bishop of Tcsnesseo
ALL FAMILY OROCKRS, DRUGGISTS,
and Aiwlnecarioj, who havo not this fa
vorite artlete, should prpeuro it Immediately
For sale by v7w. TOTTBN,
wnelesal oa genet,
Nos. 3 Sc. 2S College street, Nashville.
"New Dental Eooms.
Drs. Blackburn & Hawley,
their frien'ls aAdthe public,
that they have secured the csn
trail v leoateil Room, earner of
CIlEllRY AND UNION Street.
V1VSTA1RS, (formerly occupied.
be prepared to perform all kinds of.
DKSXAli ivulih, both operative
and raeehanieal, la the most as
proved styles and atthoLOWKBT
RATES. AU work warranted.
Teeth extracted by appJleatien
of the new Freeeing Process, which
reader the beretefkre painfitl ep-
antion of extetie Teeth ahsdutely pateless.
Ao r.xtrn ClitirK fr QferatioM by the new
"6r Instruments are ef the newest and best
pattecM. and we soliet a shara ef pubtte patronage,
0. G. VOCK.
JKO. L. SArFARRAXS.
O.C. BOONE & CO.,
Oppedt Commercial llctd, Memphis. Tenn
Are prepared to make liberal advauecs on CU
tea and ether l'redB shipped to them, and to till
all enters lor s-ia&iauen eappiics.
JXO. U SAfTASRAJtB,
Dobbins, Pleasants & Co..
No. l$i Gravier Street, comer ef Carondelet,
GROCEfUES, LIQUORS, ETC.
mm 1 tarbrqejbh.
NO. 3 NOiml COI.EEUE STREET.
1,000 BBLS EXTRA FAMILY FLOUR,
200 bUs extrasupcriiheFlour:
SO hhds New Orleans Sugar;
23 hhds Demerara Sugar;
SO bhls Crushed and Powdered Sugars;
200 sacks primer Rio Coffee;
X racks Laguira Cofice
bbls Fresh Rice;
50 bbls New Orleans Molasses;
3C0 boxes Proctor 1c Gamble's Soap;
ISO boxes various brands Soap;
100 boxes Star Candle?;
100 boxes Tallow Candles, hard pressed;
0 boxes Fino Chewing Tobacco;
CO gross Fine Cut Tobacco;
25 bbls Smoking Tobacco;
25 kegs English Soda;
25 kegs American Soda;
40 cases 1 and 2 lb cans Oysters;
SO boxes Pepper;
SO boxes Spice;-
60 boxes Indigo;
SO boxes Ground Mustard;'
25 bbls Mason's Blacking; -
CO boxes Pint. Quart and H gal. Bottles;
20 boxest Garrett Enufl":
20 gross Durkee's Bluing;
25 bbls Bourbon Whisky;
25 bbls Robertson County Whisky;
100 bbls FootoNash Proof Whisky;
100 bbls Ginger Cordial;
15 bbls Ginger Widc;
15 bbls Sweet Wine;
CO bbls Grape Vinegar;
25 bbls Lemon Syrup; ,
0 boxes Starch;
SO dozen Buckets;
SO doion Brooms;
2000 Flour Sacks;
50 boxes assorted Candy; '
Brandy, Rum, Gin, Wines, of various brands at
WEAKLY Si YARBROUGH'S,
No. 3 North College Street. Nashville, Tennessee.
E. B. CHKATUAy.
R. P. WOOD.
FINE BRA1V1)IES3 WINES,
TOBACCO, OIG-AR8, ,
Cor. College tutd Church Sin..
KEEP CONSTANTLY OX ICANII AXI
100 bagn choice Bio Co f Ice
125 bbls Crushed, Powdered anil Granu
140 bbls fJofl'ee Sugar.
50 " Mackerel, JSTo. 1 and 2.
25 " " No: 3.
150 kits " ' No. 1, 2and ?
200 boxes Star Candles. "" ' v,
125 " Soap (assorted.)
5 Tierces fresh Eice.
25 bbla Cider Vinegar.
C50 " Extra Family Flour, Spring
field and Port Koyal Mills.
100 bbls, J bbls and tegs country Lard.
5 tierces Dried Beef.
50 bbls N. O. Molasses and Syrups.
50 bbls Sorghum Molasses. -10,000
bushels Cotton Seed.
Together with an assortment of
PHESH CANNED FRUITS,
and Pepper Sauce.
Spices, Pepper, etc., etc.
AVOKGST TTIIICII ARK
6 Pipes Fine Brandy,
Henncsey, Otard, Dupey & Co.,
Pinto Castillon; vintage)1849,,52,and'57
3J United Vineyard; Proprietors; 1850,
4 i Rochellc,
3 Puncheons best Irish and Scotch
2 i Pipes Jamaica Kum,
C Pipes N. E. "
65 i casks Sherry and Port yirie, all
grades, ' ' .
8 casks pure Malga Wine;
4 Pipes pure Holland Gin,
75 boxes St. Marccaux Champagne,
30 " Gtbinet "
05 " Heidsick "
125 boxes Claret, very fine.
10 bbls "Old Crow," 1855, warranted su
perior to any ever ofTered in Nashville.
185 bbl8.pureKobcrtson County, old and fine,
130 u Bourbon, all grades,
23 " Applo Brandyj pure,
8 " Peacli Brandy, pure.
Ante, Curacoa, Absynthc,
Marustitino, If'ampoo Drake,
Plantation 0 n d Bolters' Bitters
and London Hub.
3,000 Genuino Imported Havana Cigars.
110,000 Baltimore, all grades;
Together with a general assortment of Staple
and Fancy Groceries.
R. 15. CIEEATHAM at CO.
novll to janlS , 1
WHEREAS, I HAVE SUGGFED TCTTHE
Clerk of the County Court of Hickman
eyunty. Tennessee, that the estate of Thomas II.
Johnson, deecasod, is insolvent, notice Is hereby
gsven to all persons having claims against said
with sakl Clerk, on or beforo tho 6th day of April
next, in oruor mai a aivinuu ym nn u
made, etc,, or they will be forever barred, etc
F. S. EASLKY, Adm'r.
IRON COTTON TIES.
E ARK PRBPARED TO FURNISH ANY
quantity or tne
in . ill .HVn Tft nnnDollu-
and Fifty Cents on each hale of Cotton, by using
tbe Iron lie insicaa 01 none
BRIGGS Sz CO.
Comer College and Church streets,
bov9 diw la
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN
RgooaDKt's OrncK, Nov.S, 1SGS.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO ALL PER
eoas who have neg)eeted to renew their 11
rense. and also to those who have failed to secure
themselves that privilege, befwre going Jnto busi
ness, that the law must be complied wilh.In such
eases beforo the aSui insU otherwise ttwlll have
to be enforeed. This warning is given in obedience
th inttreeuen Irem the proper quarters. The
finaneiat condition ef tho Corporation at this
time require all the means It cau command, in
that way to meet eugagementa that aro pressing
hourly upon it. The demand, although unpleas
ant, is nevertheless imperative, and it is hoped
will prevent theaeeruiog ol cost by tho continued
select of delinquents. , . ,
Bvary merchant when applying for a yearly Ii
cease, U required by law to execute a dob J in the
penal sum of one thousand dollars conditioned
that ho will reader to the Recorder at the expire
tln of hlj Heeast, a Hvrnttattinri t Ur tttcoiVe
eott tif all tit goojit kreuell into Hi eifiWtAxf,
eil)itrf?cm leew or atreaiLarmJ vithitt lit nut
tvtltrnoutkt, sni pay a tax upon the surplus at
the rate ef two mills on the dollar, after deduct
ing tbe amount paid in advance. This statement
ca sworn to bertQs a part of a report made
.monthly to the City CoBinal, to enable them in
theassesmeetoT taxes, to either diminish ur jo
oreasa the a u lira wonts of tho Corporaiion
aay longer uictroair in iai muier. xitisiEsius
ition isiatended r be gr.eia. and it is, hoped
that aay otfesc dlfmicc ia thla will ast, havt
every deserinUoa are also rrsurstwi nat to ielay
An Elegant Stock. or Fall and
Wiuitcr Clotliiutr and Gent's
IIIBXTINGTOX'S, 14 1'ubliequare.
Fine Drab Melton Suits.
mJXTIXOTOX'S, 11 Public Sqnnrc.
New Stjics Nobby Street Coats,
II Fitblic Square
Elegant Rrown Melton liusi
11 ess Suits.
Scotch and English Casimcrc
Rusiucss Suits. '
IIDNTIXGTON'S, It Public Square.
Roys' School Suits.
Oxford Mixed Business Suits.
HUNTINGTON'S, 14 Public Sqiinrc.
Elegant Plain Business Suits.
Castor Beaver Overcoats.
IIUNTIXGTOVS, 14 Public Square.
Children's Cape Overcoats,
A Fine Assortment of Sole
HCXTIXGTOX'S, 14 Public Square.
Yontlts' Business Suits.
II Public Square.
Silk Mixed Cassimere Business
C 9 4
HIJXTIXGTOX;S, .liPriblIc Square.
J.. A. J. KOSE,
No. 11 South Side Pulic Square,
Our Stock of Gooflft 1m how Complete,
iukI comprises everything In tbo i
P0R CHILLS AND FEVER I'
TJho tlio Best I
IIURIiEY'S AGUE TONi;C
Never Fails Always to be Depended Upon
Nothing moro rcliablo than Hurley's Tonic
WILL cure Ague and Fever. Chills and fever, in
termittent Fever. Dumb-Ague. Every.pcrson
who has tried Hurley s Tonicspoaks in thehighest
terms of it. As a curative agent It is unsurpassed
and moro certain than quinine. No bad results
from using HURLEY'STONIC. Everybody should
use HULEY'S AGUE TONIC. Send orders to
HURLEY, RUDDDLE 3c CO.,
Proprietors, Louisville, Ky.
Hnrley'H Stomacli Hitters,
For Debility, Loss of Appetite, Weakness. Indi
gestion or Dyspepsia, want of action on tho Liver.
Disordered Stomach, there are no bitters that
compare with these in removing these distressing
complaints. For sale or can be had at any Drug
Store In tho United States, or from the prprio
tors, Louisville, Ky., corner Seventh and Green
streets, to whom all orders should be addressed.
Tho great Blood Purifier, as a Spring and Sum
mer Medicine stands unrivaled, removes all im
purities irom tho blood, and gives health and
strength to tho system.
HURLEY, RUDDLE 3c CO.,
Hurley's Popular Worm Candy. -As
this is really a Specific for Worms,- and 'the
best and most pala e form to give to children,
it is not surprising at it is fast taking the place
ef all other preparations for worms it being tasto
less, any child will take it.
Oriental Pearl Drops. ,
For Beautifying the Complexion, effectuallyre
moves Tan, Freckles. Blotches, and giving the
skin an elegant smoothness not easily attained by
any other. Its use among tbe ladies of fashion in
tbe East, gives it a character for efficacy which
at once stamps it as infinitely superior for the
toilet of a lady.
Ink I Ink ! Ink I
Beaton's Chemical Writing. Fluid is becoming
world-renowned for its superior quality. Having
been Introduced only about six years, it has be
come the principal in use with those who want a
Sne, free flowing ink. nnd for its permanency it is
decidedly the best ink for records that can be
used. For counting houses, banks or schools, it
is uneqalled. and needs only to be tried to be ap
proved. For salo by Druggists and Merchants
HURLEY, RUDDLE .t CO.. Proprietors.
Corner Seventh and Green streets,
For sale byjlerry. Dcmovillo 3c Wharton; J. K.
Harwail: Litterer 3c Cabler: Pulliam 3c McCul
lough: Blood S: Gregory, Nashville: and by all
Druggists, lnnel3 lydAw
FOR THE TREATMENT OF
Private Diseases, and
9 PATItUNTS TREATED AT THEIR
HOSES. Cl'IlES OTJARXTEED. -tfa. '
All letters should he directed toDR. SlcCIIi,
Bex 7Nashvl!!. Tenn. t , .
Offleo over John York's Book; Store. Union
street, between College and Cherry streets.
jlyH-lT j . '.
E0BERT I. CAEUTHESS, J3L,
HAP PKRUNNY SETTLED tNSH
VILLE. wbereho will pupco the Pt
f-iiD .lithe CourUftho..O5eon
BOOTS ANp SHOES.
or cowman, TESif-.Trrru:
MASBTACTURZRS AKO WTIOLSSALE DEALKHS IS
CITY AND EASTERN MADE
BOOTS AND SHOES,
No. 432 Market street, below Fifth street. South 1
bide, i'biiaaeipnia. au23 3
M. J. MOORE,
OF XOCTU CACOUXA, WJTU
Hoodj Bonbriglit& Co.;
.. tmOLKSALE SXALEES IX
Foreign and Domestic
D.BY GOOD S,
KNO3S520 . Market Street, ,
(and SS Commerce st)
OFFER UNUSUAL- INDUCEMENTS TO
CASH BUYERS, having always in Store;
many very Desirable and Scarce Goods, mado to
order by Philadelphia Manufacturers.
BliACItBERRY WINE, f
A SURE CURE FOR DIARRH03A. 8
f Pnr i.ln I.. -11 V.I1- ll . 1
u xauiiiy uruccxs anu .
ff. Wholesale Agent, 1
i. 21 SzSi College strccU
W. W. TOTTEN
HUGH McCREA & CO.,
A. HAM IIsOlV & 0.s
Cotton, and Tobacco Factors,
FOBWARDING AND- COJIMISSION
fpHE UNDERSIGNED HAVING TAKEN
JL the above Warehouse, will purchase and
sell Cotton. Tobacco, Bacon, Lard, or any other
Produce, on Commission. Planters fkvhrinir in
orith their business may rely on getting the high
est mantei price lor tncir w-oducc. Our charges
will be as low as any house In the city. Should
our old friends favor us with orders for Groceries,
they may rely on having goods purchased at the
lowest market prices. Wo will give our attention
to goods forwarded to us frotaother cities. Ship
pers may Toly on having their goods forwarded
promptly by tho first train or boat alter .their ar
rival. Oar office is on Market street, where tho
old books of Dean McChea 3c Co. can be found
by those interested.
Hoping for a share of public patronage, we sub
senbo ourselves, cte.
janl3 HUGH McCREA Sc CO.
AYo respectfully introduce to our old friends
our successors in business. Heart McCrea Sc Co.
who continuo tho Commission business at our
sUnd.No.23 South Market Street.
Our own office is No. 23 College Street, whero
wo hope all parties who are indebted to us will at
once call and pay their accounts now due, and all ,
parties who have any claims against us will pre
sent them for payment, as wo wish to closo up our
business at an early day.
jan!3-ly A. HAMILTON Sc C0
Joseph 0. Eye,
USD . .
GENERAL COLLECTING AGENT,
Office, Martin 3: Pickard, East Sido Publio
Square, Columbia, Tennessee.
TS PREPARED TO MAKE ADVANCES ON
X Cotton and Ship to-tho most reliable Commis
sion Houses in New York. Cincinnati, New Or
leans, and Nashville. Orders for COTTON or
other Produce will reccivo prompt attention.
Collections mado. and proceeds remitted
promptly JDSEPU C. RYE.
WHOLESALE DRY GOODS
. , . i . ,-.v4-' a?V
!: , ' i . i ,:iv- J
Irby Morgan"," 0 -Bryan & Co.
- Wo ore now receiving our
S E C O N7i SrT OCK
FAMi AND WINTER GOODS,
Comprising full lines of
SliRvvIs,or nil descriptions,
Woolen Ilplscry, nnd Va
riety Goods rencrtillj
This stock will bo found Jarger and more attrac
tive than any we have heretofore offered, and will
be sold cheap to merchants only.
IRBY M0ROAN, O'BRYAN Sc CO,
FRENCH BUBR MILL
MILL SPINDLES. MILL MACHINERY,
of all descriptions; Steam Engines, Saw and
Grist Mills. Hoisting Screws, Smut Maehlnes,
Belting and Bolting Cloth. Screen Wire. Mill
Picks. Plaster of Paris always on hand and made
to order. All work sold by me warranted. I also
contract for the erection of Flouring Mills.
. Corner of College and. Rrood Streets,
SiTON DE TEERE!
SomeSoapt burn your, fingers.
Some your elo thine, and.
AU melt like dew before a July Sun.
rpD.E SAVON DE TERRE COMPANY'S
X Dark. Brown Family Sosp
. WON'T DO EITHER I
On the contrary It is
Pleasant to the hands.
Harmless to your. clothing, end
" Stands XIUc a Stonewall-"
Thts article Is made, from anaiaralprp4and
is ia every way superior to the ordinary Aam'iy
Sop" Besides its superior leaaniig quafaties.
it soften, roods and bnthtens colors without in
Jury to either. On poad eensl to oae and a hair
of ordinary Soap. A faring of fifsy ptreens. Send
for Circular. by the trade generally.
Principal O&eStie Vesey ttrtset New York.
I INSUEANCB 00.
tford, Connecticnt, 1
icrurycarcmi.100 7rn nnn
'Sr5? rollclc, Issned, 12,931
Nashville Agency: 31:GoIlege,j
w. u.TAi.noTT, p. p. peck;
General Ajrcnt. Resident Asreut,
N. B. This Company'has uniformly made 2C
percent larger Annual Dividends than any other
Life Insurance Company represented in this Stale
Enterprise Insurance Company,
CI1VCI1XIV ATI, OHIO, i
R. M. BISHOP, of R. M.Bishon i Co.
THEO. COOK, President Chamber of ComnierceJ
.TriSKPtI n UIITT.PIJ 1.u, r ... i I. !
HUGH JIcBIRNEY. of McBirney 3c Co.
L. R. HULL, of Addy. Hull Jfc Co;
A. S. WINSLOW, of Winslow Sc Smith.
BRIGS SWIFT, of Bris Swift Co.
CHARLES ROLE, of C. Rule Sc Co.
O. M. BUCHANAN, of Buchanan & Co.
ADOI.PH WOflll ..f A.lnIM, f,i I. n
.IAMKSS. WTSR !)!, I
L.A. HARRIS. Mayor of Cincinnati.
THOil. SIIEUI.OCK, President.
W3I. R. CASSII.I.Y, Vice President.!
This Company is now prepared to transact a
general lire and Marine Insurance business
throughout the State of Tennessee.
R. C. SIcXAIRV, Asreut.
Policies issued on first-class Brick Dwellings for
five years, at a material reduction on yearly rates.
IN SUE'AITO E.
Marine and Fire
: - - -
Under tho now charter, is "now open fnr bit
AT NO. 31 J0RTH COLLEGE SntK
Next door to ocrnnr of Union strct
JOSEPH V. A1JA1X, PreNi.lciU.
A. W. BUTIiER, Secretary.
John M. Hill,
C. A. R. Thompson,
Daniel F. Carter,
Watson M. Cooke,
John B. Jbhnson,
John W. Tcrrass.
It. ii. Cheatham,
A. U. Adams,
Joscpn W. Allen
Commission and General
377 Broadway, New York.
THE UNDERSIGNED EMBRACES THIS
method of informing his friends that he has
returned to tho city of New York, nnd resumed
the Commission and General Agency Business,
and offers his services to such as may require the
assistance of an Agent in either procuring Mer
chandise or disposing of such products as they
may have for sale. His long familiarity with
goods in almost all departments of trade, and bis
extensive acquaintance with business men, quali
fies him for making purchases upon most advan
tageous terms, enabling him, not unfrcquently to
buy upon better terms for hii customers than they
could for themselves. If they were here in person.
He will not only select partial or Entire Stocks of
Goods for Country Merchants, but will purchase
and ship Pianos, Sewing Machines, Carriages,
Furniture, and Machinery of all kinds. Medicines,
Books, or whatever a!so tho necessities of Planters,
Physicians, Lawyers, Tradesmen, or ethers, may
require from tho great center and entrepot of bu
siness and commerce.
It may not bo amiss to say, in this connection,
that credits are now moro circumscribed than bo
fore the war four months being now the outer
limit, while for many kinds of what are denomi
nated Staple Goods, Net Cash Prices prevail.
Whoro purchasers may wish to procure goods on
time, or part on credit and part for cash, their
memorandums should be accompanied with pro
per testimonials as to selvcncy and punctuality,
unless their credit is well established in this mar
ket. My chargo for purchasing goods, or for selling
Cotton. Tobacco, or other produce, is two and
one-half percent. I take the liberty of referring
to tho undermentioned gentlemen, for many of
whom I havo had the pleasure of transacting
Rxvkrexces. Hon. N. S. Brown, and Rev. J.
B. McFerrin, Nashville; Hon. A. Wright, Mem
phis; Thos. Martin, Esq., Pulaski, Tenn; lion. A.
,0. P. Nicholson, Columbia, Tenn.; Hon. R. L.
'Caruthers. Lebanon, Tenn.; Hon. G. W. Jones,
Fayetteville, Tenn.; Hon. E. A. Keeblc, Murfrccs
boro', Tenn.; J. M. Parker, Esq., Jackson, Tenn.;
Col. Vf. F. Dowd, Aberdeen. Miss : Col. James
Brown, Oxford, Miss.: Hon. A. R. Johnson, Ray
mond, Miss.: Cel. H. W. Walter, Holly Springs,
Miss.; Wm. II. Allen. Esq.. Jackson, Miss.; Cbos.
W. Marti i, Esq., Pontotoc, Miss.; Major J. U.
Turner, C lumbus. Miss.
July6 ALSTON B. ESTES.
OF A VALUABLE
F AK !XS
OK A LONG CREDIT.
TN PURSUANCE OF THE LAST WILL AND
JL Testament of Dr. B. Castkb, deceased, this
DESIRABLE FAR3I OF GIO ACRES,
Situated on Richland creek and N. Sc D. Railroad,
and adjoining tbe corporation of Pulaski, will be
sold to tho highest bidder, at the Courthouse door
In Pulaski, on
Wednesday, the ilst day or November
For Cotton, Grain and Grasses, it is highly pro
ductlve.and cannot bo surpassed as a healthy and
convenient locality. Moderate improvements,
ood water, etc,
- Terms $13,000 In ElRht Equal An.
mini Payments, with interest; one year's
interest at all times in advance; one-fourth of the
remainder in Cash, and the balance in 1, 2. and
years with interest. Notes with good persoal
Security required of purchaser;- and a lien re
tained. B. F. CARTER, Ex'r.
It R. CHLnXKT, LXO!fAD'FArX3,
Of Pulaski, Tenn. Latoof Guthrie & Co4
B, J. GOKDOX,
of Pulaski, Tenn. '
Gilbert, Parkes & Co.,
No. 59 Sonth Market St., Nashville.
WE ARE NOW RECEIVING AND WILL
keep constantly on band a good assortment
of Staple Groceries, whleh we offer to the trade
at tho lowest market rates. We have ample
facilities for Storing Cotton and other Products,
and will spare ne pains to obtain far those mak
ing Consignments to OS, the highest market prices
By strict personal attention to business we hope ot
merit a liberal .share of patronage.
COLONEL P. TURNEY
AS ASSOCIATED HIMSELF WITH
. A. H. Colynr in the practice of Law in
Nashville. At all limes one or the other may be
found at the once on Ubsrry street, tn tne Mien
node Building. Together with Colonel A- 5
Makes, they will practice law under the name e
COLTAR, TURNEY A MAUKS,
at Nashville, in all the Courts, and at Manchester.
MeMInsvllle. Fayetteville, and othtr places
where-they have lermerly practiced.
;j. LUMSDEN & CO.,
EEDES, OILS, LEATEBR,
Findings, Curriers' Tjoolsj
No. B iUTII MARKJET'STREET, No. 9
ED. WILDER & 00.,
TOBACCOS AND CIGARS,
53? a? P oa cba as
yTKIIAVE RFJIOVEDTO OITR NF.W
And Spacious Warehouse, Marble Front,
NortliSldc of Main street,
NEARLY OPPOSrnLOUEVILLE HOTEL.
ONE DOOR BKLOV TUK COSXIS OF SIXTH,
Where wo havo opened an.entirely new stock of
Goods, and will offer to the trade, together with
DRUGS AM) MEDICINES,
A varied assortment ot
Druggists' Fancy Goods.
Liquors, Cirjars, and Tobacco,
Comprising the most complete assortment In
one houso in this country. All of which we
shall oEicr at manufacturers', anil loss than manu
facturers' prices. marJI dly
A SAFE, SPEEDY AND EFFECTUAI.
FEVER A1VI AGUE,
R. A. ROBINSON fc CO.,
For sale by Druggists generally.
lini m sin sum.
NjO. 30 DEADERICK. STREET
BETWEEN SUMMER AND CHERRY. .
riTHE UNDERSIGNED WOULDfcMOJjT RE
X. spcctfully call tho attention of.tho cituens of
Nashville and public generally, to his lino stock of
"Which can bo furnished at any hours day or night.
The Buggies and Carriages are of
The Most IXodcrn Style,
And my Horses cannot be excelled in speed and
style by any in thecity. .Glvo ."UP AND UP"
a call, and I warrant to rive satisfaction.
I would also eoll tho particular attention of tho
public to my
FACILITIES FOR HOARDING HORSES
Having secured the services of the best Hostlers
in tho country, and my Stable being thoroughly
ventilated, I fecl(confident of giving
To all who may favor mo with their patronage.
Having set apart a portion of this Mammoth
Stable for tho
ACC03I3IOOATION OF TRANSIENT
I most respectfully solicit, a sharo of their pat
age. Thankful for tho past favors, I most respectfully
solicit a continuance of the same.
J. F. PENTECOST,
Oince No. '42 Union Street,
NEXT DOOR TO. aiEIfS GALLERY.
rpiIIS MACHINE HAS ESTALTSHED ITS
X Reputation as a borne necessity. It Is a
model of beauty, simplicity, aceuraey. and dura
bility: and the quality of itsworklsnotsurpassed
by any machine, whether high or low priced. It
recommends itself to all families, for even the
rich are reluctant to pay 876 or $100 for a machine,
the first cost of wbieb scarcely exceeds Ffteea or
Twenty Dollart. To families of limited mean's,
this is just the machine. It will perform all the
work of family sewing, save hours of household
drudgery, and can be procured by the poorest
families. . . ,
- This Machine is attractive In its appearance. Is
ornamental and embelishcd with gold leaf and
appropriate designs, and is fitted for the parlor er
any location ia the house. It will
Stitch, Hem, Fell, Tuck, Cord, Bind,
O.RIU and Embroider Beautifully,
With coarse and fise Cotton, Linen, Silk and
Twine, making the celebrated LOCK STITCH,
whtebHal elastic as the most elastic bias, and
entirely (ice from any liabilty to break and un
ravel in w ashing and ironing.
Cnl1 and examine for yourselves, at
NO. 42 UNION STREET.
Agents Wanted to Canvass Ever
county in. the Slate.
JOHN 91. oOZANE,
General Agent for Tennessee and Georgia
IV 23 TV"
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVX IN FULL
operation their shop fer Maaufaetsriag Sash,
Doors. Blinds, inside and eat, bth stationary
and pivot slant : Melding. Cornices, Bracket.
Wasbboards and Caseisgs, Door and Window
Frames, ornamental and plain;' Manila Fleers,
Weatherboard ing and Flooring, dressed ready for
"use: and every diseription of wood-work eon
netted with buildlsg. W are alic, prepared to
contract for Buildings entire, oria part. We have
bees atheavy expense in proeericg and putting up
Machinery, and bopebrpuaetuality asddkpaub.
to merit and receive the custom of sgeoeroui
public j. . .
Orders from any section of the Southern coun
try will be punctually BHed. ,, .,
Oar Shop is in immediate connection with the
Locemotlvo gbops of the Nashvfile and Chatta
nooga Railroad Company, near the Scwanee Coal
Yard, on Cedar Street. Nashville Teases.
TURBIVIXLB Jc FULCUBR.
aaggfr-ta 1st lan. '87.
U. M' irA"" rJioToaRAPiniK,
Cotxre CxniB Stair rr ako PeBttp Snwae;
Ts pJSS every
deucriaiioB. Speeial attention paid to ttpytag
1'h.otarraphs of deceased Midlers.
GROCERIES, LIQUORS, ETC.
D. H. BAILS?.
Formerly of Maury co.
JAUKS V. CAKSET,
of Williamson county.
C. . OBPW1T.
T. B. AAarLK.
ot ituntsvnie, aiiu
Mil QRDWAY I il
WMOIsESltl LIS GROCJaita
iVo&d mid 7 BroddSt.j
NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE. .
WE BHG LEAVE TO RETURN THANKH
to our friends for tbo very liberal share of
patronage bestowed upon our house the past
season, and would say that, having enlarged our
facilities for STORING COTTON, we are new
prepared to givcevcry attention to the STORAGE,
Sale and shipment of all ajrroN
our friends may entrust to our care. We prcwnis.i
that every effort will bo used to secure We venf
IIIOIIEST MARKET PRICE, whether
soia ucroor in oinrr nrnrteis.
Will make CASH ADVAVl'FK nn .11 R,!l.ni
otherProdueoshipped to us. Our TERMS SHALL
ALWAYS BE AS LOW AS ANY OTHER
JAKES 31. CARSET AND TV3I. T.
SAMPLE will give their undivided attention
to tho Cotton Department, and wil' strain every
ncrvo to make it to tho interest of Planters to
We will at all times keen a full stock of Gro- e
ries. Banging. Rene ami Twine, and all grades of
Hour for sale at the lowest prices.
WANTEO. U'e wish to purchase washed and
unwashed WOOL. FEATOEKS AND DRIED
FRUIT.and will alwaysgivo tho BEST PRICES.
BAILEY, OROWAY A CO.
Fancy Flour! Fancy Flour !!
i We will keen coastaQtly on baud, by the single
barrel or ear lead, 11. VAUGHN ,t CO."S cele
brated L0CKLAND MILLS. FLOUR, which wo
will warrant in every instance. We will also keep
several other brands of Flour, which we offer to
tho trade t tho LOWEST CASH PRICES.1
Dealers wnl do well to examlno our Flour be
BAILEY, ORDWAY Sc CO.
BRIER & THAXT0N
HAVE THIS DAY
REMOVED TO TlIEIlt lAnGE AND
NO. SO SOUTH COLLEGE STREET,
WHERE THEY WILL BE HAPPY TO SEE
their old friends and customers, and would
avail themselves of the present opportunity of
returning thanks for tho liberal share of patron
rage heretofore bestowed upon this house. And
they hope by thoir enlarged facilities for Storage
and Sale of Cotton. Tobacco, and- other Country
Produce, to merit a continuance of the same.
They will make liberal Cash advances
on Cotton, Tobacco, and nil Produce
consigned to their care.
Their terms will always be as low as any re
sponsible house, here or elsewhere.
They will at all times keep on hand a full and
complete stoek of
GROCERIES, AND PROVISIONS,
Whieh they will guaranteo to tho Trade In every
instance, at tho Lowest Market Rates.
BRIEN & TUAXTON,
scpS No. 0 South College street.
WIIOI.ESAI.E AND RETAIL
anoy Grocery Store,
12 North CJicrry St.,
PANDOIiFINI & RIYA
KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND A LAROE
and corapleto assertmcnt of everything in
their line, of the
VERY BEST QUALITY.
IMPORTERS OF FINE AND GENUINE
WINES AND LIQUOES,
And HAVANA SEGARS. Also on hand the
best CHEWING TOUACCO.
Southeast Corner of
Cliurch. and College Streets,
FO It WARDING
AND DEALERS IN
GRO CBJl IES,
Flour, Bacon, fcard,
BRIBD FIIUIT, tc., tc.
Orders tilled with Cnro nt the Lowest
OUR, LARGE WAREHOUSE enables ns to
oner superior inducement iv -riBmcra anu uih,
Shipplnr.their Cotton and other Produce to us.
on wilien we win maxe
Sell, Store, or Ship, on the most
Parties favoring us with their business may
depend on it receiving prompt and cartful
attention. A. A. SPENCER & CO.,
Southeast corner of Chureh and College sts.
Ayer'a Ague Cure,
FOR THE SPEEDY CURE OF
Rcrmlttcnt Fever, or Fever, nnd A cue,
Remittent Fever, Chill Fever, Dumb
Acne. Periodical Headache or Billons
Headache aud Billons Fevers, indeed,
fortim whole class of diseases orleln
ntlne In biliary deraneement, caused
by tbe malaria of niiosmntle eoun.
FEVER AND AGUE L3 NOT
the only consequence of the
miasmatic nelson. A great
variety of disorders arise
from its Irritation. In
malarioas districts, among
which are Neuralgia. Rbeuma
tUta. (lent, lleadaehe. BKnd-
D tU, 1WUKUC, IjM.1 c, ." .
pitatlon. Painful Affection of tbe Spleen, Hyster
ia. Pain In the Bowels. Cotle, Paralysis, and De
rangement ef the fitemaeh, all of wbieb. when
originating in this cause pat on the intermittent
type. or becomeperiodiesl. This " Cobb" expels
the poison from the blood, and thus cures tuem
all alike. It is not only the most effectual rem
edy ever discovered for this class of complaints,
but it is the cheapest and moreover is perfectly
safe. No barm can arise from Its use, aad the
patient when cured is left as healthy as if ha had
never had tbe disease. .Can this be saidofaay
trier euro fer Chills aad Fever? It Is true of this,
and Its importance to those aSlieted with the
complaint sanest be over estimated. Sosurelsit
to euro the Fever aad Ague, that It may be troth
folly said to be a certain remedy. One Dealer
complains that it is not a good medicine to sell,
because one bottle cures a whole neighborhood.
Prepared hf J. C AYER CO.,
a LowelL Massachusetts, and sold by
Druggists esd dealers every where at wholesale
and retail ; in Nashville by
BEBRYT DK10V1XLE Sc "WHARTON.
CARD OF THANKS.
'PO OUR MANY FF.IENDS WHO LABORED
J. so hereleasr to aV our stock on tho morn
ing of tbe late e figuration, we desire to express
our grateful thanks. To them we are indebted'
Cfail that was saved, and we shall ever cherish
their same as fritous indeed.
Ta nnr natrons. would sar thai ourPreserin.
Hon Beaks were preserved, aay Preserfptleaa
they desire repeated bedene hr ealHse at tbcii
Drue store oi taen. f-, jr. r..a.ifin a w.
Market street, opposlto UUu. " "
" VyrpefBMy. yARVAN i CO.
Incorporate! by an Act or tho General
APmliW nr ten AfM.ns...
Panned May Slth. 1S6G.
ulhorized Capital, '$1,000,000.
20,000 Sharas of S50 Eaoh.
One theusand shares ef Stoek having been sub
scribed, the Osmpany proceeded teorgarlieby
the election of Ifee fcHowteg Board of DJreetnrs ;
Mat-8tB.&lft. H. T110MAS.
& MuHl W' J04lNSON'
c. a QrxBk.
AD. M. HJLESOWER.
orrMBM sums bt tbe boabb:
THE LEADING OBJKCTS 0? T1IK COM
PANY are to oouraga istasigTaAiMi l our
State, and to supply the deBMsdlbr eMry decnp
tian of labor.
They propose to accomplish the fitet of thcia
okjeets by purehasing lands, where suitable water
power cr ether advantages may be had fer manu
faeturing purposes: ami also hyparehasiex lanas.
in large tracts. Bear citis, rivers and railroads
These lands wilt be divided into suitable lots or
tracts, and alternate tntet sM to the immHrrant
at ornear oost. the psrekaser Baynig ose fourth
cash and the rematader is one. two and three
The Company wW also act as agent for tare
landholders who desire to have their lands col,
The Company imposes i KBtty the dem.ird
for labor by funwhiftg M eehgnles, gardener, and
all description ef laborers. They vM serure tbu
labor by being able to guaraatee emptoyiceBt nl.
remunerative priees ia the most healthy and
genlat eilaMle f the work), and they expert in
saKsfy the etaptoyer by guarasteeing the deliver
lager the laborers to Dim at any sbippiog point
or rallread station. Our system fer furnishing all
kinds of labor to all parts of the State we expect
to mako perfect; For tbe detail wo refer to our
circular en labor.
The profits of the Company wilt be derived front
the ulUmattt sale of the alteraate traets uf lands
retained, and Crura the building up of villages and
towns in pluses adapted to that puipose, ami from
the aiding ef manufactories aad the general devel
opraeut ef the agricultural and mineral resource
of tho State, and also fram the direct fees der scd
from the supplying cf operatives.
The basis of our stock being the lands of t e
Company, aay improvement of them must enhar.
the value of the i k thJUMJM. , is . ,
by bo a talk i
areneles in e
tinn lumks aro in Uft baaapofAnsea-
Treasurer; Felix R. CbeatBam. Seeretary. and
Jos. Saudek. General Immigration Agent, wlw
are authorised to receive sahseriptioM tor tho
stock of tho Ompony.
GEO. H. TnOMASw
Pres. Teaa. Cbl. Sc lm. Co
Felix R.CHEiTKAv.See'y. jnel'J- '
SSBD BY THE BEST FAM ILIBS TI! ROl'U II
out Hure; approved by tbe lmper.jt
solof MedMa.Pane; edseil by the promi
nent members ef the American Medical Associa
tion, at their eaveBttoB, held in Baltimore, May
CONTAINS NO SPIRITS OF ANY" KIN1
NOT INTOXICATING IN THE LEASH
It is prepared la Pari from jmre Suxbbv. at
admits In Its composmoa eaiy loxic, bobai
and KBSirBsjc suoetaaees.
Ladtes will find K a deliefoua substitute fur I
various tomes whiechave an alefioiie ttouy.
Is a rare Wiueef most delightful flavor. It I
PURE JUICE OF A MOST DKMOl
GRAPE. It surpasses ia exeetlencs any
wins In tha eeuntnr. Used ia Buroite fur !
mental purposes. Chureh people are Invite
Inquire into It.
Theso Wines are sold by all druggists.
KWINO Sc PKNDLKTOfl
seplt Agents. Nasbl
XTAVING SOLD TO MESSRS, ORR B3
I I nnr mtaeV uf HrsaariM. LianOrs. eteJ
toko pleasure In reeonmending them tol
friends and customers as evary way vara
'WrMSl IKNEY :
wirm.rsi v. n
Grocers and Coininisaioi
A8XXTB FOB THE BALE OV
IiAUREIi Hllili SHEETIXC.S,
IlBfie Mttb and RieMaad MaaufaetBrisK
COTTON Y .A. It TV H,
St& Sta X(c
S. 1- Corner Market and Broad Streets,
TT AVE RB-0PRNBD IN THE ABOVE
XL Spaelous Wareheote. where tSey have e
Urged isellltlef fer Storage aad Sale of
COTTON AND PRODUCE
Generally, and having, ih addition to .recent heavy
purchases In Eastern Markets, bought the exteo- i,
sive stoek of Messrs. )
STRATTON, ROY & CO.,
On mest favorable term, they are prepared to
offer to the trade uaaswil iadaeetntBts In
Staple and Fancy Groceries, ForclRii
and Domestic Wines and Liquors, Site
Close buyers will find It to their iaterest to sail.
Orders aeeempaaled'wMi tha Cash .will meet.
prompt attention. .,
v ORR BROTHERS.
Southeast eenraref Bread and Market
Streets. Nashville. toetHt-am
N THOUSAND DOLLARS RRWAR4
onered By tae iawute iii"
JAS.T,IA0B, W. D. LAVBSBBB, V. B.HABI-EB,
of Vlrginiil. ofTeaaessee. of Alabama.
Pace, Lavender & Harper.
Cotton and Tobcicco Factors.
I AJW '
General Commisafoa;-' Merchants,
fcNo. SO PnloHSlreet,
NEW ORLEANS, L.I.
?t 'BUSHELS RED CLOVBK. SHED;
AW tha M t ndKbaii " Patent Hand -Loom.
Six two hone Wagaw. apiWy made, and c , o
gantly a Dished.
Twaenn ht.nm gf MMI WmSL ftT SSIMr, -f
make. Ail of whleh wh adgtow sV Cah
AlsKvp mHTo 3c BAI,
3 aad 3? Saia Market streat
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PROCLAMATION BV TUB' GOVERNOR
O jy HSljtTATE OF TRNNESJIEK.
stTt'jc qip TENNESSEE.
NASJrviLi.K, Oetober L 1 .
rr0 THE SHERIFFS of use iwsasles of But n
J. and liatBphreya. ia saM BWr-tfwdw
Tbe CenstMMoaea fer the Xastraba ot
ten far your eoiHrtiw harlag refvrted tbat ai I
regMratioa has .beaa mtUt"i. you are
hereby commanded toM asd IwU as rl
Ilea. U all the pteee of heWiwrtwjs, lo yasr
eouotJes on the ft oW .ef NOVKMSKH ni.
after having given the Betiee ruUed by fcw. U,t
tea eieetiea of a Representative la the W'.1
Assembly ef said Stole, tc fill tha vacancy eeaawHr
ed by the expuWoa of Mbsbv H. MABAaut. by
rMolctfenof tbe ilease of lUreaeBta4tvM, ad
doe retcro thereof make to aw. rd to
Aad la Hke saasier yetl are amaadd Will
aflother vaaaoea ie Tir eaur. 04rt4e ami
maatsfealealeeBwalehBaay be uatatoHy know to
T9B In tesUBoay whereat I have heraasi
set oy lHwdaad earned the lfnt 5el f
fSKALllh State to beaalxed at the lWtart weat
1 In Nashville, ea too snt day of etob
By the Governor. MWXXhO
A. J. Flbtchbb, Seeretary Stole
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Maj.-Gen. UKO, H. THOMAS. PreJswt.
ili.-?n. R. W. JOHNSON. VUo PresW
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