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TLh important campaign document
may be had Iy calling at mj office, No. 27
nnadj iJq.lMn Chcrw gfrM
leri& X)Ha endsffroul aRleTtat
parks of the State will please call and get
supplies for diMribtnittn.
Ch'n Er. Com. Middle Division.
July 1,1667.' ' - i i
Hon. Emerson EUioridge, Conservative
candidate for oveinorwill addraps th(
people at the following limes and places
Mielbyville, Saturday, July Cth.
I nvettoviWe, Monday. July Hth.
Franklin, WednkaJjf JulyfOlh.
(olnmbia, Thursday, July 11th.
Pulaski, Friday, July 12th.
TA1T. FMBmiCtS I
-Fii O. Flerataing, Jate Captainjintke'
regiment, and candidate for Congreaain the
Tkird Congressional District, ,will meet
hkrs at all of his publiidied appoinl
cenU . and will, in addition, speak at the
LILwing time and j)la, where- Col
Stuued in rNpectfully invited to attend :
G&att8tioogfl, Tuefldav, July 9th. '
MrMinnvllIt Thursday, Jaly l$th,- t ;
SmUhville, Friday, July 10th.
Carthage, Satimtlay, JiuV 30th. "
Macxn. irooday, July 2ad.
( cnlrcviUe, Tseodayj July 38d.
Oainnboio, Wsdnesday, .Jufy1 &fa.
( , -keville, Tlmrsday, Julj-iMft. 1
Fivingoton, Friday, JirfV'20th.
lamelown, Ratortlay, Jtly 27th.
1 foatiHe, Monday, July. 29th.
KAST TE Jf SKSStX.
Hon. Emernen Etheridf e, Conaervsiivc
candidate for Gevrnor, will addro his
fJLw citiien of Et Tt'nneflsee, at the
fallowing times and plaees:
Jknton, Polk ccMinty, Monday July 15,
MsiiiAonville, Monroe co., Tuesday
Maryvitle, Blount 'Wednesday"
eviertpille, fierier 00., Tlfursday "
andridg, Jefifcson 00., Friday "
Iiwport, Oockc 00., Saturday "
1 ncedv'iMe. .nanqftck Wdnay''
Tauweal, CiflibjBnieoo, ThuWay '
Hulled?, UraTflger 00 Friday "
li. r,f..: o..tnn)n u
jil ay n aroB v 1 1 1 a, w u m u
Imton. Anderson CO.. Tuesday
ttriton, Jtoane oo, Wednesday"
Hamcalmu To hiOJIT. etary
I kt.her will speak at the captol to-Hlght.
HvhranTh ix the Ti-jcrirAJti). Hy
drants are now h&iuj: sjiupjied tli people
al jng- ."South Vine stree,' in .the tenth ward.
HL1MB0, Fiv protitituen am a drunk
ard were- nt la the workhouse yesfHrday,
the fonnw far wventj-two days each.
I AMun. l. jmohoan, nMj.f a prormnant
citizen of Mempliic, and for a number of
years AldrBMn in that city, died on the
night of the 2d in, of apoplexy. 1
?rAKIs. Joe. Williams and Ulias
I'ulk spak to their colored fullow-citiMns
at Spring Hil) to-day. On Monday, the
"Sth met., Joe. WillisJM spaaks at Madison
tatiun, in this county.
SrrALisw Mokby. George Fester was
cominitted to jntl yestonluy by JtiiiMce
l!rirn, in deftiMlt of 'bell for his nppeapnpi
Deiore ine lA-iminai iA)urt, to answer a
charg of stealing peventy-ftve dollars in
t'n Axai: or Time. On ami after to-morrow,
paasettg er trains on the Louisville and
2"a.s!iville railroad will leave this paint'at
5 a. m. and 3 r. r.t arriving at Lonisvillo
at 1 r. M. and 11 p.m., making the same
time to paints north of Louisville as by the
KureRfKD "IfecArK or Pun Dhmh. A
report raaahed theolty yestardsy that Pud
k'gg". flie noted guerrilla wbt shot Deputy
Sheriff Irwin, of Henry county, broke jail
at l'sris a few days since, killed Sheriff
Porter, and made good his oxcape.
Tb Haibwaiik Tradk. Messrs. Kw
mg V McCImnhwty have purchasod of O.
Kwing 9' I'lr atoek of hardware, to
v, "liich lltoy Trill mak large additions for
t)(l fall trade. They are clever, reliable
gwit Wien, ad deserve to Micceed, as we
have uo doUrtey will.
Thk . hlani City Murdrkkiw. The
preliminary examination of Martin and
Harris, the imuidercrs of ytAing Britfkldy,
was to have frk Voe yestenlay. Wm.
(i. Brien, couawi for the prosewilion, and
E. and K. Cary, Wrneys for the prisoners,
left here j etrdaT luorning to be praent
at the oraminatioi
SrHAKtira ik tiik SbvJt" Wakd.
Thwe will U a CoiHr ative meeting this
(Saturday) ereniBf, at Weodfin's store,
Mtirfreesboro pike, t eigt't o'clock. Lu
ciwi Temrile, Cfcpt. Drirw, other
tpkM will 4ldrM the meeting. Rally,
bora ac and all.
JtAiLHOAD Ei.iiCTtwa. An e.letion of
ofiWra rf tht Naliv!lle and North western
railroad will be hold on the SM inrt - On
the Uih of Aucuot wTkor of tho ).ah-
ville ind Chattanooga wilroad will
CAriTAI. AT 8MHKMVTM.B.'
A irty of
IWaflrania capitalists Jiave recently
invettM 'largely in real oetfttc at 9tuedt
villts, on the Nashville and Northwestern
railroad, and sxtejteire ironMaanfaoteries
an ia tropX.
Fkiht ok CnnRRY Sthhw. A fight
took ptaoeoH Cherry street yesterday after
moon, botweoM a real egiafc afeutaird a
vilvefMBltk. OHof,the jwrdes nwknc1;l
4own and the matter finally adjusted by
vDeitHty larahal Saw 3bvkey aod the
I1ahKiw.ia Max at Smtkka . A
mp loig ittdividitol, with a mild
ble ej d extraordiMiy perftiiastve
povrters, im hanfing around the lxmleville
ilejwt yesterday, makiBg speeches to the
otiotre aari sjMployea, impmlng them re
write hi aiPMsror Loaiaville. lie Mated
that he had killed a mh at Hmyrna and
wanted to leave the country at once. He
woe tot down as craiy, ami toiled to secure
the ooreted parchment. a
HmkhstPmc UOR Wkbat If toh
tJ 8t the rVrfl Morket preoo ht yoor
wheat leve or soad a iair tojuple to the
W af CUmtrt. with Got. F. Abere.
St;,. HOw Miny htwliels and Am
r O. Waihk. BRt Wheeler fc
WilWa Sewing Maohlnes reoelved a dls-
nM rsenltr lii Xe lork, ewmog
, . .t. ii.lu- Wilson Hewiw Ma-
tmr told medal lor teiviHg
w. -Prncx. Hrien fc Thaxtoo, K.
Sooth Otdlefto street, Jr Btd, ageoto
for John j:MeCni.V eelohrlilei lfHWir
Mills, afe iweparod to flttnleh the twtle
with eworatieduceu rates, jyi-iw
.il r.Jt .-fi
THE I'OUKTU OI" JIUVV
i . may t the cittoi..
; -.ir ww :S,V"fVN'Kuoul,0"une " "in prizes ; amongst uiem,
THc moraine; was not aiipicioliP. xHT ,. fr-, A U J. , .
Min inqcrpnepediiaeirilrii -j,oint J,v inJpmitable persistence, a
cloud, which now
and then Hung out its
ttfr drop thqtfgb.ijyi.patlth 3.
;n ;u voe Tl.c deep-rolling drum
and regimental bands stirred the populace
from their repose. The procession inarched
through tne principal atreeU of the city
fliand ' Uiqd to lh depot, where soveral
thousand loftlie mrp de Afruptt were as
sombled'te take the train for Bosley'a
fpririg. fIp one huge quarte'rmaster'a,
wagon wenntuirty-Bir jitue missies, clad m
pur, wuiie, eacn one naving me name ot
Mie. State RhefwastG represent printed onR:
ribbon and pinned to harbojom,
(THE; (yWJJiEEMIKIEXCES OFIE
" INDIANS. ss
A'few minutes' ride carried us to tho
grounds tweeted for the celebration. A
linerieaulifuUullf.crown9d with wa vim;
lr.eU, eneirele a lovely valley, through
whose grassy bosom ripples and Mashes the
clear waters of Bichland creek. Seventy
seven years ago the Indian, free as the air
of tho&e grand old hill?, bathed his painted
body in that clear stream, and slaked his
thirst at thatfiprisg. He was then brood
ing over the sorrow of a "lost cause ;" his
hunting R rourtd -kiul Leoo-jnraded, unit
atfitngerp were erecting their homes ovr
the aahw of hia wigwatM. War blo
cruel and reluntlef war then emoe on
fbetween the whites and themselveo. On
the hill opposite thesufijliur sprinag, where
now stands the rwiderwepf Charles Boslay,
Wasa station called " Jflhnson's Fort." On
atiiftfmer'i afternoon two little boys and
.. f.T ll? i .1..
iHDjiiuc nun: svruiiing along me
Jankffsf ihw vf rginlream, gathering the
tviia aower 1 wnich enameled its edge.
They were attacked by the Indians.
One girl and ooe boy were killed, and
the other girl badly wounded, the other
boy escaping to the fort. The little
girl though tomahawked recovered and
lived till a f w years ago. At this spring
soon afterwards Capt. Hunter and Mr.
Bell, while going to a neighbors after corn
were attacked by the Indians and Hunter
was killed and Ball badly wounded. After
wards near the same place, the Indians
kitted Col.. Kilpatrick, and cut off his
head and carried it awajn While watch
ing at that spring, deer, Mr. John
CjMkrsil was Bad j , wounded, but re
eorered. So it will be seen that even this
rdnd jJDtintrv spot taw its wnr, memories.
But later erfll, (egsihan tjiree years ago,
that line of hills extending aouthwardiwaa 1
a eridle of flame from a rrtlnrlred rair1nn'
and from behind each rock" add tree flashes
tuo tire 01 a mns:. mvnn war-tnouehta
.en, -such a day as this. This is frctdim't
BAy.a'Jhisheday otytiiHtriil Vbtrty.
' i)ti TUE Dbx A KATION.
.The Declaration of Indepeudenee was
rewl by D. W. Peabodr, Bwj., of this citv,
Ih a wear, diHtinct tone of voice. Gen. li.
0. Wr made the salutation upecch and
than the orator of the day, Samuel Wat
sOrj, Esq.,vdt'livcredthe oration.
er tlie itDeakiw (tie lovers of the
'dnnce aseeiubW! at the grounds prepared,
and sucli a Iivaly lreal:-Uown" was never
seen. Various kinds of plays were insti
tuted, in which the colored youth seemed
to enter with all the warmth of their na
ture. And their JMturo was very warm on
Uiat day. Beer and oake were disperwel
,,,-uler the shifde of alntrrtt erery tree, the
jan' cans whirl oil through the giddy mazes,
lmn,teda of voices echoed through the
arciioe f t" overhanging lre nd "all
went meT a a iarnap bell."
W) BLNTIN'O i",k t,ie OOMftHW BRIQADK.
It was tuu nh eondored at that the Second
Colored Brigade, ivhich was to have turned
out under Gen. Xnwertiicht, was not in the
procession. The on for it nan-ap-nearance
was, tht ebSuperititeiMleiit of
"tlie tHote-honse rAsd to furnish it with
the two stand of oflors pnomised, saying
Uen. Cooper, the rafUtia i:emander, had
forbidden the removal of any iof the flags
rom the building. Aa a signWewit fact, it
y 00 WU ODOIlgll to mmtuwi tuu vjcii..
uornieht la a OMiftcrvalive, and .editor
of th JJeriwmt w mus cy.
OlR IRISH MEIUCAN CITIZENS.
This ci'iebration c1 f. a
and dance I'u Rains' X-lZeS
southern boundary of the c.
by a proceesfrn through the p5ii,H
stroete or the oily. At the hour dss. fi
a large number fell into line, under t
direction of the Marshal, Capt. W. v'
Hvnes, and his eflicient aids, Lt. Roche, J.
W. Lawlew, and P. J. Sexton. The flat,' of
.1.- YT 1.1 rt . .
me uniuiiauuiiie preen one oi Jinn uoateu
conspicuously, and were received by many
thonsands oh the line of march with smiles
of approbation. Owing to the unfavorable
aspect of the weather the count of the pro
cession was somewhat reduced, Lu five
hundred, or more, brave and patriotic.
joined in the march, which passed along
several ol tlie principal streets and thence
to the grova. Just before entering the
beautiful ground selected for the festivities,
the procession was halted, and addressed by
Capt. Hynes, who eloquently presented the
cause of the Irirhnisn, their dutios as
American cftfietw, and their hopes as
"wearers of the green." His speech was
received with demonWratiorA of enthusi
On arriving in the grove, the President
of the day, Mr. P. Oleville, ascended th
platform which had been erected for the
tniriKHc, and in a few remarks recalled the.
bright memories which they had met to
oommeiftorate, and introduced Mr. M. J.
Doiin, who had been selected to read the
Declaration of Independence a duty
which ho portormed with admirable
grace and to the cntirajaflsfactiwi of the
Thereupon the officers of the day gave
up the rostrum to the band, and the dunce
watt begun in oarnost. In the meantime,
table, laden with every Itixury, were,
spread on different parts of the ground,
and at half-past on o'oleek the clouds had
broken away, the afternoon turned oil
bright ami calm. Omhibussos and haoke
arrived in rapid succession with large n lim
bers or additional celebrants, ascUthe Joy
was unooitfined." As the day waned, ihe
crowd and the festivities increased, and
1 everything went forward elegantly and
happU There wa no occurence to mar
jjiB occasion, ano none oi our leuow-cm
sops spent a hapmer day than the Irish
Ametcan citizens at Rains 'grove.
TilE GHRMAia AT JlUHHKORF'av OARDESk
The !V!lhYilU Shnlfcen Yoreln jiajj
a lMirth of J:lj festival at Ruemakorrs
nn!an Ai nn irlv hourin themorninc
xw.v. - - 1 1 n
the menWf the ajeopauon aejtabled,.!
there, with their tnwty their wives
J Kildw and svveethoarK The tar
spangled banner floated alwve the mansion
of tlie propria, above the skootrtig
and above the tatft pvillio. Around.
tlie enchanted circle, wituin wioi iair
nd mllant twntlomsn engaaed in
the daacea peoiiliarto fatherland walteee,
UOlkas, sckotlisbee, reaoww, etc. were
inng trwuioreu luni, ii;iuK
-i.i. a .n.l Ufie hod indicating that
vuiif, . V
the festivities of the oecseion would con
tinue until as- nightfalU For-oaeddy,
iiolilics was ignored. Tha German is on
" 1 . -1 " l:-
Whatever caiw he ojxuse cihtow
wkol Umtl eotil ana mna mui n.nu,
the iHtolerant, so weu-
uMmI m he that his oanse right and
joet and hie opfHMientf the reverse. Bt
on this H-UT oecawoa 1:113
which is datefl th birth of Amenonn lib
orty and republican intitutions, Radioals
and ro&rni?m mingiu wawftin
ution, elad W rive one mr w wmy re-
crelio, to nii,ixyd petnutic ioHration,t
ami to (tonuttie brotherhood. - 1
The shooting comiuetired about S o'clock,
A. M., and coiiuouetl till 12 M , when a sus
peMH ojdoordjiinnn iintmetjQjjk'.
fine shots were wade. "A namfier of crack
shots praetieed m .the other targets, so aa
to brine tkeateelvert up to the mark of
making a'eore thing r one of the prije,
when tliey ' w a ueau - oh the prue
BK4Ct MH HI RA MlCI HtWn
as sotoe of tht dieoovered before the last
note of the nn woe ""
. a. IT . 1 . . I nrfliA' Inula
nd ootttlnwod till $ o'clock- PtirHrsihi
aftersoon, aeeonioas to the erowd oame in
Am.AJkim I'Hi i i
constantly, ranu naany fuutive .
""ST?. " w.uu,
aliootcra went into the contest
rx. ' . . 01 luem . U1C
OUr VOUni? fripnd A.Ci V.artn.-r telin Mrriml
I quality wtucli swUemvXaiItot fQrf ej tor-
biddlng lortune to smile.
The prize target consists of a series of
twenty-four rings, half an inch wide, num
bered, one. two. three, etc.. beginning with
the outer ring, Jl. shot in any oneo these
rings rouifta-tlitf' nnmbcrjof "the ring :forii
instance, a shot in tne 10th ring, counts 10 ;
and fco on. A centre shot counts 25. Three
shot are allowed to each contestant, and
.are summed up thus: If hehita, say within
jtrig 21 first shqt; 10, the econd; 23 the
third, -these figures are added 21x10x23
54 and 54, the sum total put down ad
jaing his name. The distance fired, as
measured Thursday, proved to be within a
fraction of two hundred yards, or three
HI .1 1 P- "-1 -rfTll1 - rt 1 .,.1. . f .1 - .
nunureu leei. -rae loiiowmg isa nsi 01 me'
successtui competitors for the prizes ; the
numbers attached to the names showing
the cumber of rings raadeDy each. We
pubtishxl a list of the prizes, twenty-five
in number, on the 2d' inst. The prices
were distributed in the order in which the
names are recorded-; '
1. Jo. Le?ler -,
2. John Ruh ..
S. F- Bittcrlioh
7. SI. Hefty AS
8. Frank Attiner 42
-9. Ch Baeain-...... )n..r....t,). .i... ..i.....r'i"-
19. It. II.WaHrn4n.-A..,
11. F. A. 1'all btww-, .w-.. iiimi.-.-u..,,
12. liaaamnnriM tmum t ...,tii,m ruin
m. nr. iiarmne
14. Cti. IloQjt&Btter
Ifi. G Plinko -
18. JJ. L. Falter - !...........
1. A. S. Thurneek 25
22. W. Jiakir : :2f
1. f.liaiWC.Hi .....n. 6
Si. F.Bndottx. ..21
t. Ur, W. 11. Harris , 21
The large silver medal for the best marks
man was awarded to Jo. Legler ; the smaller
medal for llie second best marksman, fell
to our clever friend B. L. Faller.
The following prizes in money were also
awarded.: Wallman, S4 : Bitterlich. S3 504
Leasher, S3 50: Reguin, S3;-F. A. Faller,;
The.numljeroJitihots firedsdnring the day
whs 2071. - - - ' -
,. Whiht the shooting was in progress,
those who did not prefer to be "lookers on"
participated in various amusements, the
chief of which was dancinrr; Ices and-.
.other refreshments "were provided, and all
ienjoyed th!e"mselfes, and went away at the
;olose of the festival satisbed that they had
spent the day rai.i5naj.ly and,profitably.
-the GHnstAKs Ar?tiiE HoTmcuiruiUt
The Horticultural Garden is the mo3t
ihyitin'g of all Nashville's suburban re
treats. Beautiful flowers, rare evergreens,
abundant shade, and a bountiful supply
of texcellent water, are its chief features;
and then it is of easy access just a good
walk, if one needs excrciseand prefers
that kind ot locomotion; andbn the line
of the "NorlU Nashville Btreft Tailroad, if,
he prefers a cushioned scafand the easy
motion or the car. The proprietor, Myn
heer Schoonpflug, not unmindful of the
advantages of his place, got up a
celebration there on- the iourth. It
was largely attended. The garden,
during the afternoon particularly, pre
sented a most animated .and picturesque
appearance. Alt bf$r the grounds were
pretty smiling lassiea and handsome lad
die;, engagedin the different games and.
recreations provided for their entertain
ment. Children small, and children large,
enjoyed the tip's and downs of the swing
may they never have experiences more no
pioain.t ! and young men displayed tliei
muscle'aod agilityHyleals outho trapeze.
And besides, there was music, and sung,
and dancing. Many of. our native-beaux
were there, and got themselves natu
ralized by going through the mazes of a
walte with bright-eyed German girls; and.
if we were not mistaken we saw married
beaux men ayant the prime of life en
gaged in the same pleasant and innocent
recreation men representing the magis
trate's bench, the city fatherhood and the
mercantile and medical professions. How
we envied them ! Night came on, but that
did not put a stop to the festival. Brilliant
-lights were hung out, giving a varied as--p6ct
to the scenery, and for a short while,
gl'ender.-visaged Ltlna looked down coldly
upon her rivals, and then sunk to rest.
The evening air was deliciously cool, the
ices even moredelicious, and rapture seemed
i reign in all hearts. "On with the
10 was the general exclamation, and
danc ,ot jjn tlie faitufi mnj on tl,e
011 It Wi. .j4 tli linnr nf miilniirlit
poin. no changed. There was a
hurrying toand n ; and sIl0rt wlliIe'
called into reuui.utio.., -,rerailed, all was
where mirth and xevclry . -rt i,WBi lin
silence and dark.iess. And . ,q
festival at the Horticultural Ganu '
tub AViirre's okeek celebration.
There was a grand barbecue and tern
peranco celebration in a grove on White's
Creek, which called away many of our
citizens. A Fourth or July oration was de
livered by''RevIDr. Young, aiid a tem
perance address by Dr. Baird. A magnifi
cent banner was presented by a number or
young ladies to Zion Division or Sons or
Temperance,- and the beautiful presenta-'
tion address was delivered by Miss Bettie
TIC NIC AND BKAN DANCE.
A delightful pio-nic, and agood old
fashioned bran dance were enjoyed by a
a larfe party at Brown's Grove, on the
outskirts of Edgefield, arid not far from the
A charming Edgefield wife celebrated
the Fourth by presenting her "liege lord"
with a fine little boy: and a Nashville
ftnother, one of the. most lovely of our city,
presented Wier husband with a sweet little
pledge in the shape of a -daughter. Heigh
THE DISMAY or FIKE-JVORK3 AT THE
' OAPITOI. AT NTf.llIR.
& Bofbre darkness had fold ed her curtains
around Capitol Hill an oacasional rocket
shot its sinuous flame through the air, as
though calling the city to wvtness the dis
play that was to follow. Not 1 ess than ten.
thousand persons of every color, ageK sex
ana condition asseinoicuarounauiegrounas
and on the steps and balconies of the acl-
ining residences. Ihe exhibition was on
the east side of the capitol in the portico
oTUbe econd floor. Spine of the BC'e'nfei-
were grand beyond expression, tlfbugh,"
upon tlie whole, it did. not rival in extent
Hand TOriety some of the pyrotechritc dis
plays Via have seen these years ao.
JA8CIDUNTS, INOOTEim AND FIOIITS.
Stranae to aaVi tKit an ncoidint nocumkl
(bnthcKashfllle and Northwestern tall-
road, in the trans pgrtafion of excursionists
to und from BoMley's Springs, though not
less than eight thousand persona- were
carried and juiuph confusion existed at
Utiles, in Una rush and hurrjr to secure a
While the procession was moving up
Bread street, in the morning, a colored-man
Who ifae crossing from one side lo tho
other, ww accidentally thrown-beneath the'
wheel of one or the heavy arnyr wagons
and .badly cmshed, though Ha injuries, it
sia theufht, will not torove serious.
A, rOtigh-and-tiiraUle fight look place 011
the ewiinds at Bosley SDrintr.between "the
liully of Momphis" and a soldier named
jjosos, ot company u, otit cavalry, j. noogn
the "bully" drew And flourished ao ugly
krAfe.Hie soldier proved too much for him,.
and he from Memphis, ingloriously uc-
At the Chattanooga d-ipot, a colored
man narrowly escaped death from drink
ing a glass of whisky which had been
powemed. By the prompt administration
of a powerful antidote, however, he is now
in a ffttr way to recover. " j '
An exciting rencontre took place at the
depot, just before the first trairffeUrted for
the Springs, between two black damsels,
and ho small damara was doae'before'they
-could he separated. Qne ot them lost'her.
.watornu anq.tncoiner ja.4"8.! ,vk"
auri)u9 milinery, j t . - -
At Ash -Barraas, two TbllicKint3Ta"
liers drew upMpJine of battle early in the
dty, and attef-fighting eachmaber until
both were exhausted, shook kariHf and
m m j& i -r . - , M a urn. mm. mm --- . m f j i rM, i - -
Jjorn sliarp II liicuarus" livery, tstatilc ,ttaa2iBo Uio l suBtirarmu: uxsxxxurar:iMiO;-t wix k rcntt A-lill 'HlfAiiN
sceuc of what jiroiuised to be a sanguinary
set-to' betw'efen'AVobelIigerent fparliel whH
had been ccIelAatifie rather looTreeiv. On'e
of them drew a revolver, .but the timely
interference of Cant. Patterson, of the
night poliiajprjjenteaj Idoodhedandpa-
raicu, me parties.
A bloody fight took place on Deaderick
street, between two young men who had
been drinking pretty reely. One of'them
drew a pistol and fired, but the ball missed
Jtsmark, affd by-Btanders put a stop to thii
movements ot botti.
Some of the coloretliblks'tiuslied, them
selves a little too far for either iheir Own
comfprt or the comfort of others. Thej'
made a rush for the first train for the
Springs, crowding out number pf( whjte
people, who turned Back andspehl the day
elsewhere. A colored man who had posted
himself upon the stand occupied by the
Second Infantry, and who refused to give
up the piaeej'was summarily kicl?ed3fl' by
Capt. Sweeney, the leader.
The coloreds'peopla. generally-seemed
favorably impreascdiwith what they called
"de 'markfl of '.Corder Foster."
In coming -down the erade or College
Jlill, a car df the South Nashville Street
railroad collided with a hack, demolishing
it instanter, and injuring two little hoys.
Both the car and hack were crowded vyitli
A personal rencontre' took place at night
between (1-int. James KvrWt nnil Af. W.
Another.tooK placeJietween, Nat Timor
ftindA. A. Carter, the latter one of the re
Sfsrees in the registrdtitinoffice.
SO far as we could 'learn', nbt a sincle
'death occurred from accident JdUriijjf the
day! and the police avoided, as" much as
pusaiuir, mc miiKiug arresin, giving
everyone an opportunity to Celebrate in
whatever way should suggest itself.
TJIB POURTU, JITO., AT GALLATIN.
"W," our correspondent at Gallatin,
wrijes: The. glorious old Fourth was
commemorated at Gallatin by the white
and colored citizens and the officers and
members of the fifthjU.S, cavalry. The,.
Declaration of Independence was readoy
Judge G. W. Allen, after which speeches
were made -By -W. R. Elllbtt and C&lsHead
Land Guild, which were listened to with
.marked attention by a large gathering of
the most respectable and lntelligent.portion
pi tne community.
have orders to leave here immediately, but
the, report lacks confirmation.
EftiertUgM IpeechlBerWad theUesirfii
effect on many of our colored fellow citi
zens. A One-Lego bd. Horse-Thief. Jameg
Wilson, a nQforious character,' arreSled-'
sometime ago and subsequently senf! to'
the workjgnitir sgventy-two days, was
taken out of that institution yesterday by
Shena Parish, of Williamson county, on
a, warrntjjcharging him with stealingji
horBepJmewfien thatfsec1jbn. WeVufld
derstandThalp also tddie tried flJr: sea
inir a hors?in,5obertson coimty: 9Wilsorr
-has but one leg, and has often heretofore
-escaped punishment because of his misfor
i-.i - . i ?n i i .i
tune, out uie present cuarges win uouutie.s
insure himjjermanejit home at Jhejueni
'MW'Z -JtU i : : 1 I i ;
Arrist, in.j'e . .Nashville, Ed.
iWhite was arrested yesterday in,, est
Nashville, by officer Gower, after a lively
chase through a large corn field, and was
brodghl'before Justice Cassety to apsjVer ai
charge ojfA breakitig the peage. Tlie -easel
was continued until Monday at 3 p. .V.
Can itbe So? lt was reported ih!llis
city yesterday that a citizen of Triune,
JYilliamson-cOuuty, had arrived, fiom that,
place and reported that he had been con';
strained to abandon Ids' home and -business
and leave to escape being murdered? His
offense was being an adherent of the State
government and a witness in a late murder
case yet to be tried. The owner of a house
which'he had rented, he alleges, warned
him of his danger the threat being to
burn the 'house and shoot him if he at
tempted to get out. We do not know the
name or the party referred to, nor can we
place any confidence in-hia story until it is
Personal. George B. Lincoln, Eq.,
postmaster at Brooklyn, N. X., during the
administration or Mr. Linooln, and now
connected with the New York Tribune; is
at the Stacey House.
Died. Mr. T. A. Startamai!, df the firm
of Startsman & Wright, extensive lumber
dealers in this city, died of brain .fever on
the evening of the 4th, and his remains
were sent North last night by the seven
o'clock train for Louisville.
Rutherford Criminal Court. Judge
John-Hugh Smith will cloe the present
4tt of (he Criminal Court of Rutherford
itv on TuesJay next, and an adjourn-C0U-
'iC he September term will he made,
om t' 'non the docket has boon com-
StcdUaS WV wiU be devo,ed a tle
Moii.er of th. 111th
United States colored infuC'T.
carelessly shooiing a little boy f n"'
ry Lovelady, at Mtirfreesboro, en
sentenced to fiveyears imprisonment.
The jury in t be case of Wilt, charged
with the killing or a negro man nanJCd
Samuel Cunninghwn, has renderedver
dict of "guilty of iirder m the first de
gree," and a moticw &r a nvy u'jal as
A horse-thief lias ieea sentenced fioHed
DlSINTHRRINO TITE FflDHEAL DEAD.
Chaplain Earnshaw 1ms ordered a squad
of men to proceeu,at pnee to Cave City,
Ky.f on tho Louisville and Nashville rail
road, from which point they will com
cence the disinterment of all the Federal
dead, between that place and, this cif, for
re-inlerm ent in the Galfatiti piku Rational
Cemetery, ix miles from here. There are
twenty-two .hundred Federal graves be
tween Nashv"iBe and Cave City.
The NationaVChmbteeyjuc Colombia
The National Cemetery at Columbia has
been completed. The remains of its thir
teen InimTred Fed eral'd'iaflVrere disinterred
at' points between .Brentwood and Decatur,
ana they sleep Ina .piece of ground imtne-f
diatety adtoinlne thje resting place or lhe
sohfiers of. the tJt'Ufederacy. The same.l
ipclosure pmtects both, and the whole is
in charge of the cli'y authorities of Co
jutnpia. Bad Bcoinnino. Four little boys,
whofjenomes for chaiaty'a sake we omit,
wera arrested yesterday by officers, Tignor
and Spain, having stolen from jlieatore of
Mr. A. A- Spencer, southeast corner or
Cliurch and Collejte streets, seventy-five
pounds of tobacco find fifty pounds sheet.
leaa. .air. apencers noose has been closed
ir some tiuae, and the boys had no diffi
culty in getting the goods out, as there was
rio opejibout to prevent them. Upon the
oonfesston of the boys, the plaees where
they told the tobacco and lead were dis
covered, ami ' the goodaor their value re-,
covered. Mr. Spencer kindly declined to
prosecute them, and they were dfseharged
with an admo&nory lesson. The little fel
lows have made a bad jboginning. Let ns
hope that their parents will so train them
for the fntureahsuthey will Iiale crime,
and follow the paths of morality and hon
esty For the love of these virtues.
and peniltiea were imposed in the-Becordi
fir's Court yesterday : , ' ' -
Disorderly conduct- LottaSajicer; $50 ',
iimMiuiBCj JtJHIiy Aaanr DU-HrWOrK-''
t.AlTSA VrnMH 1a J t 1 '
erg,.uaciiargea. t , . .. i i
Drnnb and diaorderlr Jama -ftTn.
?ju; j.c. cootie?, SID workhouse
r inOK . Pistol In Wirnonvlinnt .l1,n
Crowley, discharged. . .. .
Peadling withoet licensi Thomas
, jltoi. ueo. u. uuiler, principal, i
jonnounccd to re-open jn the 1st of Sep
tember neit. More than 'one hundred
pupils enjoj-cd its. superior advantages
Tor the next are already coming in, show
ing the public appreciation of its merits.
Iu the department of music Miss'Eitihugh
is re-engaged. During the first year, this
lady has established a character as a per
former and'leacherf Whichii3rarelyliaur
passed. Each of the other departments is
provided with competent and experienced
teachers, and the school presents the best
facilities for the education and accomplish
ment of theoung ladies of the coyntry.
jIaxslaj ukuve .viviaiox no. l. rnis
division of the Sons of Temperance held
- . i T- . ml
its instajjatiorij ,ceremonies at t Mulberry
(Street thurch on Wednesday evening.
Geo.' W. Norvell, W. P., andT. W. Hailey,
Wl A., with the other officers, were placed.
in their positions, with appropriate cere
monies, by Deputy Grand Worthy Patri
arch Patterson, after which Brother G. S..
1I..1.J f null!- rn i.'S T Sy. i
xJiaKir, viiajuiiiu 141 xcuuesdee Jirision,
delivered an eloquent and effective address
of an hour's duration an the aim and ob
jects of the order. His remarks Were full
of interest, and were illustrated by inter
esting anecdotes aul illustrations. -After a
general review- oftlreobjecls attained by
following oot'the -rinciples of the order,
and' an exhorialion to ltsntemberSfto be
active, humble and independent, he pro
ceeded 4to the disenssion of various ques
tions such as the increase of an improper
so-called medical aid of stimulants and
the.snbject of legislative interference. The
last he argued strongly against, showing
from the history of the habits of tho Tieo
pie in Mohammedan countries, how impos
sible it is to draw too fine a line without
driving many into either the' crime espe
cially intended to be benefitted, or to re
sort to some means of preserving the letter
of the law while evading its spirit. The
Doctor concluded with- a short review of
Mr. Thomason's new work " Teetoialism
Contrary to the Law" of God," which he
proved to beafbad book, though perhaps
written with honest intentions, and phowed
that it forfeited our confidence 'if not in
the1 sincerity at least in the understanding
pf lXs author. The Doctor was listened to
throughout with attention and frequent
applause, and lit hisI&se the divisitfn re
quested a copy of his address fur publica
tion in the Southern Son.
fT- W. Haley, Esq., followed with a few
remarks on the seductiveness of the crime
of intemperance, and the importance of
all abstaining at once and forever.
The Rev. Dr. Halsell then spoke at
some length on the general principles and
importance of the order and the necessity
of the act of abstinence being voluntary,
endorsing fully the views presented by Dr.
Blackie on t lib Maine liquor larf question.
The Divisipn.adjourned at 11 p. m.
License: The following
licenses were issued by the Clerk of the'
County Court of Davidson count; "from
June 23 to July 5 r -
- ft ; i iiii r u
John Keithand Margaret'Mver.
, V.T. Byrn and Julia A. H. Pennell.
C. H. Seat and Rebecca E. McCIendgn,4
Geo. )V. Wilson and Jane Lcaan,.'1'
Johrt Henry Wood and ElizSbetlTS.
Barnard. Madacka and Mary Sandy.
E. A. Turner and Aunie L. Rains.
A. AVm. H. Snyder and Nancy MV Baxter.
vChristian K. Spidell and Eliza G. Men-
. 'G.F. Wilkes and Lou-Rice.
' jLouis D. Vaughan and Sarah A. Neven.
John R, Buist and Laura. Woodfolk.
JingjGibbs arid Anu Eliza Jones. -.Samuel
Dohelson and 'Jennie Stm'mibn."
Logan Blanks and Jane Kyle.
John Hall and Ann Ellison.
,Real Estate Transfers jop. the
Week Ending July 5th. A. J. Difn
can to Nashville and Northwestern rail
road, lot in city, $600.
Tho.. L. Mansfield to R. Thompson, lot
in McNiary's addition, $400.
P. L. Niclipl, Clerk, to Tho. Leake, land
in connfy?2243 30. ' 1
;IIenry Whittingham to F. C. Sands, land
in Louisville, Kyir
G. W. & H. H. Hagrner to W. W. Sear
cej, Sr, lot iri.'cily, $10,000.
fW. V. Searcey, Sr., to G. W. & II. H.
Harfmer, land in county, $10,000.
Elizabeth ilersch-, -J ack Reinharde ,and
wife to JohnRBuislland- dn. East Ten
nessee, $400 i i
W. D.. Eiine and wife to W. H. Hudson,
land in Kentucky.
James MvJEzell to WmBakerlandrin
district No. 5; $800. -
Racbeal I)i Foote ana Ni'flBrown,
trustee, to Catherine MulleTi JFtfinliArnent's
addition7$237 33. 1""
AIIijpJell and A. H;Ddell, attorney
in fact 'to John J. -Gorley, land in dis
trict No. 15, $412.
;Geo. W. Smith, trustee, to Smith & Wil
liamson, lots in Bostick's addition, $500.
S. R. Ham and wife to W.S. Whiteman,
land in 24th district, $50.
F. J. Tilley to Jos. Marshal, colored,
land in ISth district, $2G5.
F. J. Tilley to Dr. J. White, colored,
land in 13th district, $2C5.
E. R. Glascock, U. S. Marshal, to Til
linghasej Huffield & Partridge, land in
Montgomery co., Tenn., $985 88.
, F. J. Tilleyto Louisa E. Relter.UOt in
lGth district, $313 '75.
Root. Weitruuller and wife to Franciska
Weitmuller, trustee, lots in Belleview.
: RachehD. Foote an"d,NrS. Brown,,trustee
t."1.:s. .ir..ii;n ihfrA Jn.iuin.. '
Couch to A. J. Dnncan, lot
-treet, West Naalrille, S6000.
Tallin a EHb to Turndr-S. Foster'trus.
.LT-rrr E. Foster land in Ullam-
son county, $25, 7LZlLMHB!aa(ra.
Capital Stock I'ald In
lirnlns or Contingent 1'nnil, 0000
l)eSrSiiaTedJ. depository 6f ,tlie Baltjfd
ILt XISDS 6P!
RKVENUK STAMPS ON. . irXND
SALU AT TUU TFSUAl. DISCOL
Jr-:Particular)attentifln to Collect
A G. SiFORD,
J . President.
J. C. McCRORi, '
. -tFL t. '
;j THE LATEST
trim 1 .TT
1 CAP businu. -an pan off? t 4 ma xt."?r
"SiraandwAH.! tb-h.n . ,... noose m
:j TVAI.V A WA? fcKjt,6
' (Suecewors to WaterEeld A I7AlKr,)
. pnartt tf t!0 I'lJBIJfj &QXiAK&t. -
Wand'8 Corn Anuife.iitvlfJfcll
fHE MOST EPFfM;AIl CimK 'F0R
CORNS andiJU.V IONS ever i lUeaTei "ed- I .
U a remtJy thf vttr flu. Oo 1 , IrUi
elent to firov. It effideney. " 'f .
i jioraalonlyiiy j .
We h earu. great.deaUof.com plain t.i n rc-
gard, to tliffiscarcug omoney andbiMine3
men knovrthaplheretsireason for thisTcoin-4
plaint in regard lo the great body of the
people. But is there an absolute scarcity
or money, or has it"passotTinto the hands
of a comparatively small number? Let us
see how this is. The July statements of
tlie four Ifattonal Banks in this city Bh'ow
that individuals had on deposit in those
banks on the 1st inst., $2,234,644. The
deposits' in the - other banks and with 'the
brokers will swell this amount to $2,500,
000.: In July, 18G0, when there was no
complaint of a scarcity of money, the banks
in this cityeia 4$ accdunt dfindiviUujn
depositor only about $2,000,000. Thi
shows thct in a time or great scarcity there
i3 on deposit in the banks add brokers'
offices in this city to the credit of private
parties, fully hair a million more than in a
time of ease in the money market. Two
facts are demonstrated .by. this exhibit.
First, capital has been concentrated in the
hands ofafewmen; and secondly, the state
of phblic affairs deters these men from in
vesting their means in such enterprises as
would beneftboth themselves and their
fellow-men. They are willingto leave their
money on deposit with the banks, and they
use it as capital upon which to do what is
called a banking business. A farmer in
one of the couuties of Middle Tennessee
may hava,a large, crop of ieatiJ),ry?Piy,f,.
able to-getit5to 'market. Jib cannpjgp o
one of our banks, as he could before the
war, and get " accommodation " to enable
him to bring it to market. -He must, there
fore, wait for a speculator to cerue along
and take the wheat at hisown price. Banks
that wollrao alegitimatVbananbuihefB
would be of very great service here just
now in assisting to build up the trade of
tha city. It is apparent that a want of
confidence in ourState government is the
great drawback to theprosperityof this
city, and ill tact of tUe' whole" State. If a
wise and prudeDt policy hud been adopted
and pursued bjotir Sla'te-Cauthoritics, men
of capital would have invested their means
in enterprises that would have been bene
ficial to both themselves and the con.mu
nity. B r r
Gold took a pretty sharp upward turn
in iNew ISrk yeiterday!' It opened at 130;'
was 138f at 10:30, 139J- afll, 139 at 12:30,
and closedat, ISSf Vat'rr. m. Gold ndr
vaneed in New York about 2c during the
itujiith of June. We bring forward our
quotations aa follows :
4 .-..1BT "
The fluctuations of the market
time. of the suspension to the end of last
year are thus shown :
ISO1.'. 1SC3. ISSi.
it.rii ... initc.
104 143UJ 156
1IKIV. 14012 UW
124 127 143
137 140 1SJX
133 143 154
134 147 152J
The brokers here were buying gold yes-
terday at 138 and holding at 133(o)139.
Government securities were quoted in
New York-yesterday as follows:
Gsof 1881 ..
5-203 ofl862, 1st aeriei....
5-203ofl8C4, 2d series
S-a&oflSdS, 3d series
S-203, now issue
7-30?, 1st series.. ,
7-SOa, 2d and 3d U3ue3..
The issues of the Bank of Tennessee were
bought by the brokers yesterday at 38330
and held by them at 3G38c.
Corporation checks were bought by the
brokers at 1415c discount, and sold at
Tennessee bonds sold in New York on the
1st inst. as follows : $5000 ex. coifpons at
65gc, $15,000 new at 53Jc, $iO,dOO'new,2d
call, at 03c, 54000' ex. coupons at G5jc,
$4000 new at C3c; and on tho 2d, $3000 new
at 03c, $3000 nrjikat63c, and 3000 new at
63c These sclea were made "er. inter
est." North Carolina ex. coupons sold at
63ic, and new at 53Jc. Georgia 7s sold
at 8282, and Jiuaouri 6s at SGc.
1 The statement of the New York city
hanks for the week, gilding Saturday last.
June 2a,.com pare jimp 1 1 q wa, vvitu jite p
yious 'weelna witH thetcdrregpondin
weellast year; to which we add the specie
and currency balances in the New York of
fice of the United States Treasury at these
dates respectively : t
' ' JdnVpO'; 'C&i J&ne. '67 June 2. 'ST.
Nat, cap'l -72,8oY.7ro " $ft.tS7.700' $73.4W.700
i note? - 7,797.213
iQther L. Tdj 81,822,640
,InS. TresV - iSU,i5,7a
The following are the changes from the
'previous week s statement :
PticroMe in loani - ..- - l,22l
,Dsreasln specie- - -- - liBra
.Increase In other legal leaders
Increase ia deposits. 6.736.037
Decrease ia eireulatlen ,
The stocks of Rio coffee held at the va
rious receiving portaat ihe latqjtdates
'Uttimore - : jiU
kT.... " ' ' "
jjisVHXE, July 5 P. sr.
rnv there was nothing of iuterest
done in the coitoV market. tfim A ft
u.i r- reived and sold, -'UCPeing joe
uatua . . .
t,it fi,nre oaidi There was out nine
demand; and tha advice from New York
and Liverpool, as will heseen-from the dis-
natches below, are not encouraging. av-
ertheless, .holders remain jafident be
lieving there will soon be an upward move-
The lmw?riE'difpa1en,ea were fecit ved :
New Y6KK, July 5. Gold opened at
139. ' . .
Ift30 A. M. Gold 133f .
11 A. m. Gold. 1891. Cotton dull and
nnminal ft. aud JZie.
': V2a0-R.-'3f,-6olU.'1391. '.Catlen un-
W-Goldl33. Cotton jaarketdn-
i;?i i$yk iaJ4
lKW 1331? 1S6K
1 $m 1
13S. 137X 137
138& 137 13K
13!J 137 137
IW-i VJS 1S8H
1V2 133 133
litf im ' issi
116'X 12JV2 1
LromrooL, July b 11:15 A. 3it Cotton
quiet but firm.' Salb to-day 10,000 bales-
Sales of thawcekar-wa..-W,)0 bales
Stock j 4 ti.w...
A m er ica.n .
WuKATir-But little done- to-day, only a
few farmers being in town. We quote
white wheal af1$l 75perhusbel ; red$l 60.
A sale at$ 00 of a good , article of red
wheat, to.be delivered next week, was made
at the Chamber of Commerce.
Flour. New, Cream of the City, $1 1 50
per barrel j Cumberland Mills, extra super
fine, ,$10 00; Rqck d'ty" 'Mills., $11 50.
These are the wholesale figures to the trade.
Dealers have the choice of sacks or barrels.
i CottN.-Sales of yellow at $1 03, deliv
ered; white commands$l 10.
Hay. $25 per ton.
Bacon. Clear sides 13,131c per lb.
Laitd 1415c per lb.
Groceries. Demand light, but market
"steady without any change in prices.
New Torlt Jloncy nnd Stock Market.
New York. July 5. Monej" quiet at 4$ier
cent, fw eall loatu. Sterling quiet at 910.
Gold Erin, opening at 139. (tediums to 13S, ad
vandnctol(,audelosinffat 13313a. The
shipments to-morrow will ba about $1,000.00.
Government securities are 0 batter, with
mora.doinfr. Coupons of 'Si. lWfi)tt)9; do.
'62. lilSjpniM? de. "64. 10SV581tSi do.
IOSJKBK; do. ttew. MH107; 7-30 1U7V4
1D7V4. C'lneianntl Jlitrlict.
CiNCtN.tATt. Jufx.L-rSlpur dull an.l prifltti
droopimr; finally SlIflP12: faccy 1 503tl4 00.
Wheat No. 1 $$-.' 611; o. 2, S3S 25. Cettou
dull, 23 for middling:.
New York Market.
New York. Jul? 5 Cottaa dull at 2De for
middling;. Tbo flour market 15Ko lower with
rather more doin?.
New .York Hrjjrood .llnrket.
Ki;w York. July 5. Bryeouds market gen
erally quiet: but little change to notice in
'price.". Good linens rule freely at-ari advance
of la per yard ; low makes heavj. Sheetings
held at an advance of J4o per yard. On a tew
make? ot bleached muslins a slight decline.
nr.a.NDO.v. JulI4. Erening. Consols 9R1 for
money. American securitfel closed fallows :
United States 5-20 bonds Wi; ltlinob Oiwtml
79i : Brie 4tk. 'Xhe amount of steaio roparted
on hand in tne Bank of England U S00,(UO
LtfERroOL. July 4. Evening". Oojton insetire
and heavy: closed with a downwnrit- tendency.
Middling Uplands ll)Vd; middling Orleans Ud.
Sales to-day 10,900 baled. Com declined to S7s
3d per quarter ftir new mixed Western. Bread
stuffj unchanged at previous quetatient.
RIVER. NEWS'. . ' ' ,
" . ARRIVED.
t Tyrone, Cairo..
h ' DEPARTED.
. leaWkq to-day.
Kiver falling very slowly ; twenty-six
inches on Har'petli SlfbalS. Weather hot
and showery. , .
The Tyrone- is inportifrom. Cairo, and
proposes to remain until better times
ThejGen; Sigel from Faducah is due, to
day. O ? ' tJ x ' ii
The Alert departs for Paducah at 12 Jr.
The Alpha, from'Cairo, U expeeted in a
dayor'.twd.' - .-j- ,
The Olno'river roM 7 inches at CairtTon
the 2d, At Louisville and Cincimiati it is
The Mississippi isslalionary at St. Louis
and fulling at Memphis.
Jis. 0. OouES. Prot. Cus. T. W;o,CahSer
i r. o V 1: s ' 11 a x is ,
j f . WIXG, TOBEY t CO.,
Jo'i4ier Union nnd Cherry St., Opposite
Hit 11 1( or Tennessee, Denis iu fluid,
Nltvcr, Oovernment Ntovks, Cm
i:onnn Intcrt Notes, Ijuid V.'arrnnls
and Southern Bank Notes,
CDbSISD PRICES THIS DATS.
IT H. TInn.ls. 81 1(
5-JO's 1st series '62 110
" 3d . " '64 1Q7
" M " 'S5 107
40i, war 1812$ . 40
80. " $ 86
120. " Ii 10
10. " fif
190, not 1812.. 1140
TENNEfiKE K.l.Vt 3IOTE3.
Bank Tenn aid $
Planters Bank , 99
Union Ilk Corf 96
Bank Chattanooga 10
" Knaxville S
" Mid Tenn 98
" W&tTenn 45
" Shelbyvillo 85
City Bank 60
Coiumeroial Bank 93
OcoeoBank t W
Soulhern Bank S
New (Jan & July) IOCS
Coup. 10-40'a . lWi
Aug 7-31B lei series iwj
" 3d "
nn. int. JMOiea,
June, 14 .
Corporation scrip 86
i Life 3c Gen Ins Co 25
Aim ih& HiihMt nnce
ti&id for all kind ol
Southern Bank Note.
Printed Pffce Hit ttir-
mshed when desired.
Vs arc seluno l. Js, Revenue"staint at Uoy-
erniuent rai ui vucuuui, ,
$50 to 100 2 per cent dls. . Fririee , ) Franes
100 to 500 i per cent dia. 'Snltierland V3 f) per
500 to 10004 percent dia. Belgium -J lidBllar
N. i. Isxeuange, y pr. oebha.st , -Cineinnati
" 1-10 pr. .Bremen fl Uperlgold
Lomsyillo l-iupr. xnaier,
l-io pr. xnaier.
K prenr. 1 Berlin. $1 07 per 1 1'rni
K " , sfan Thaler.
nn.lnn 1 1 7 111 Mr frank furt
y per one
SeotlddU j Sternng, Ojifpatiffil checks tH
DenoiiU received and collections made oa all
Umce boars, a a. .r.
Tnos. S. Marr, Pres't. L. 0, TabbOx, CaJlT
A'ATIO.VAI SAVIXC1S' COMPAQ r,
Corner Unien and (Allege reet.
Notes, Gold, oto- Ijy .
Coupa.vt. eorneftf ua
Btou and. Co! lege streeU
6-20 3d series eoupeas--
i-203 Sdsenes eoupoas-
-2EJ3 New issue-
k 9il nnd 3d i . . ...
. i3W 'ISA
au?.. 1m- us
i.iiril ft M.flivillB ki H. Tax HeveiPtSillO
Nashrille A Chattanaega'IU R. Sok - 25
Naihville Corporntion Cheeks --.-
Sooth Nwhvllle Street K. R. Stock -
Suspetuion RnJKe,fitMk-Tr--.r-f Si
Uaviajoi oouniy.. aiouu-.- f i ni JX,
Exaliaiigr on JXew l or ir saio at ?i ptr ioea-
anu. ' ' 3 n
ii woj! xieHASor. .
On London ?T.r:...T....S...5T 00 vr pound.
On Dublin 7 W " "
On Bdinburith 7W " "
On Berliru."- 1 Pr tbalert
On Frankfort- MS " guilder
And on all the ptfnMPai tint ai Mwmaar.
The folio trlhg ra the rates pafaT for uneurreat
Bank of Teaneiee, old
lm- - 3
Unien Bank par
PUntBtV Md Me-
te?aT B"clc 17
StmiwiJI'iM it' a! m
Union Basse Cert'A.par :
B'kofChatUneege, lff'TJaiori VHtmk UB
Bank of Coaere.ir tL (j va.
Bask nf Kprriil, M Bank .f jfeftle-
BanEof Merti-- par B-k efMrrrtpjaiery; M
irt of !Wefen, i t Bank of Wfea....! S
EankofParV Far1 Central Bunk.. W
aak of the Union, par Ceatmerelal Bank - 19
B'k or Wwt Tenn 4 , &iterrt Baak
Boek' Bk par ' Northefli Bank 40
City Bank ; Southern Bank 90
Cotnrnereial Bank 94 I arusoii.
MerehanU' Bank-par i Central R. R. B'k
Northern 'Batik par 1 Georgia Railroad
OooeeBank - - 10 J UankiazCft-
BankofShalto"'. L PXM"1'1 &
Boat hem Baflif. 2: M An Hume - - w
Traders Bank-- par , Bank f AutOBta-
Life i General In- Aaepatt lBarane
lurs&ce Co- . Bank-ofColiBnlm -
iotnu CiUciyn. : Bank of CJotnere, to
r I (leorarta .. 12
PanaerV add ile-
Parmer' nd Et-
cUanire Bank -- 82
MerebaaU' Bank--- 10
Planter' Bank of
Jalrfieid " r- 66
ahantea' Bank.... (ft
Meebanie' Bank.- 91
eri' Bil.,.....M 66
PUnter' Btoik 12
Unien Bank 06
W SPB1HG GOODfc"'
No. a Norlli CUerrj- Struct,
(Unlen and American Sleek.)
New Styles Business'Suit's;,:' 4 i
Double Breasted Street Saoks'1 '. -
Ladies' and Gents Sol'e- Lea
: ther Trunks.
English Morning Coats.
Black Dress Suits. .
A Nobby Sack Goat. - ( r;
Children's Garibaldi Suits. Jt
Spring Overcoats. ' ' ;Jr
French Traveling Bags.
Boys' School Suits. :
". .. m.-. v J. , It
marCO tf sp.
An. S Nortli Uhcrry. rif
WEAKLEY k YARBR0UGHr
NO. 3 NORTH COLLEgJ S, a
300 bblii Extra Family Fluur. .
20J hbl Kitra SuiiSePlMir.
' 25 hhds New Orleint Samr, i n-.; .,,
15 bhds Demarara Stwir, ' . ,
flfl bbls CWied Mil Pwwled'Sr.lJ U
25 ,acks Laeayra CoaeaT
ow bbH Aew UrleaiM .l
SO bblg choice Syrup,
20f boxM 1'mHor.t GamblVa Soap;
1NJ Ujvm variou bruad Soap,
109 boxen Star Casdlesi.
1) Win TarU.Hr CaaJle. b.iKeeJ.uaM
50 bies Sbh Chewiiur ToUi-vso. T
riOgTeaa Pine-rut Tabned ) i
9 keg Amemaii MaV i- i t..i
50 boxN FwMf, Vs
60 boxes' (5 round Jlivstftnl, .
2S bbls JIomb'b Blacking, . , .
50 boxes Pint. Quart and llalf-Ualloti.'
20 boxes G Arret Snuff. ' "?
91 pros Durkeo'j Blueing. .ia Leal
25 bbls.I5urbon Tiiky, . . I,
M0 bbk FtMtaffaWntonNlilfrf
1( bbU GingefiOMdlett .Tifl, h
50 bW Grape Hnegar. xun' !f . T..
S5 bblS Lemon Syrup, .' j . .
50 baxes Starehi ,. ,,
axX) PlaurSaeks.' tnm
Wines of var1W6WMiPWt
WBAKLB1' i'YAtBltqulr:, "
No. 3 North Com 1 5
june 13 tf XjHhTitl. Tfrfi.
LEA' & PEEEINS'
of aXaMer fTBlo .
ran. to hn
"Tell Lea A Per
rius that their
'MIX GOOD SAUCE'
and kriplieablo to
in India, a ad it ht ft
uav oninion. Ifea
:'r?tni(i,t paita(4e Mi4'
well &i tha aratt , i
that i raaa,
The auceaaiof tbie oot deltciuiu ad ttnri
eendiuient haying; caused maay unfirm
dcalurd to apply the riume-to dfuiuawa
ruHMua, the 1'Uiil.lU w HKMrBcrWLkY
NKfiTtr reiueted to tee that the ttamaa
PKHKINS are upon'tho WBAPPKJi
BiUPPKK ami nurrijx.
Xf anututfttirail br
I.KA & PRRRIN3. M'n
SOUS HVSCXS'H NO.VS,
New Yokc, Agents for the United 9 w.
OFFICE OF THE 1 ip
Merolianta' and Mannfaotureri'
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE,
NASHVILLE, TEXi., MAY X, Ifl7,
To alt Payer of Insurance Premiums:
rjiUK "MKRCUAKK9' AND MANUPAC
JL turera' JlutUat ItMrMm CtottgjMty," Mvr' l
ctimpletely orratyiiaU. with U 4ka t Um
ClinmlH'r ol Ciiin:erci, will mm P
qies agnirmt om ot damage by aad- Ae -peril
of the seaa aud riretf . at
EQUITAUIX U.TEN OI' IMtinUU.X
The (treat charaeterktic point of thb Ceal
puny ii that of an equitable oosirM mirt
nership, in which every partner partteiimleg I
the full extent ot hu eontributiotu, uktf(kria
Stock or Insurance Premiums.
Tho Stock is fixed at One lluiiilri-it Dot
lar H-r fSlmrf. in order that the SMALI. a
well m the 1.ARGH payers of I'remiuuM mr
juntly and equitably participate ia Um 1vm-tfi-tro
The STOCK H0LDRR8 are guaranteed an
iimiiiul iiitreit of ton per rent, himm
the amount paid up.
The INSURED nfear pre rate ttMiMIm
STOCKHOLDER tbe prolu deriywl Ami Mm
Tbe eubiert in oae joatly eatiUl h ttafri .
on attention of erery intelliMt mafchtMrt awl
real estate owner, and a clMe inrwiliffati -not
(Ail to develnu the ndvantai mf. MfjHrHy
to the irMHired a. prosperity lo tW TNrr.
Sreentl by the AlerhaHl aad XnmifclireriP '
lutual Insurnrwe Company, uudera Mr.4n,
f publie patronaa aitd eloee attMlimt Is wl
A. V. UOl'V, PrtilaKt. a
N. HOIiSO.V, Ytce PretMMt'
W. ir. CiOKIIO.V, Secretary. "-
. ,i -.r!J
A.F.GOPP. ' 1
Ex-Ooreraer JfKILL 3. BROWf.
OBO. C. AI.LKX, of 0. C. Altwi
PaetN. ' J
Dr. C- N. ORDWAY. of lUHhv, OrUwar-AvQa,,. ,
Uor Peio. , . xvr ,
A. O.ING. Krr(e CM ,1, '
II. T MAHNGALU. of XaaWfa 9mWfc '
ARClIEUCIIKATHA.r.of A. CktiatflOlW
Wholesale Liquor Dalm wa
JNO. 1IUG1IBS. of Jno. llashs k C.
J.X.CORBBTT. ot.MeU Sz Hvrnl. CatiL
ritH) MerchaaU nod Btoaaboat AEWtt,
E LDKUO VILLI, of Uril.'e St CjfcDpfffc.,
W. VT. T0TTBN. of y- yf. Tl Jt1'
FatnMy Ureeen. . ;.!
X II. BIIDDHKk", of J. U. B&ld&uft .
ratany yrer. 1(! ,u
VfiU 8T0CK.KLL, of T. 8tokH w,
R- P AVUCDi of Cbeatb.. 4 C.
ArbMesale Li'iaor Dealers.
;ALBBRT ROBERT", of RepnblidM
R. H. GROOMES & CO.,
MiKIlTAUr.HN FOR tiir AND SUK
r.anlinir '-uiii-y-Dealert in
JIKTA I.I.I c iu;u(ai. CAHVS.
Offioe .'o, 12 Aorlh Cherry Street.
Manatatttorr So. IIS Noutti 3Inrket HU
Orders left at etthe
fcee wW be pnwpWjr
SUMMER SHADE GARDEN
1CK CRrLifli S.iXOOX.
TTJ5 DORRIS TAKltS PLCASOTUT
xtx aanouimiw to her lnaJ and I
mat Me Wit iipea oa WKDHE3L
ice ..in, itdiay i cteau .
opposite the of tfaa ah MWt-arM
Railroad. . . ,
BsumbU and Cut Flowers fcreb&ed oa MOrt
otlce. "Janet lr
tr avirUanlM. .i. .HuiUITflBIIeirp .'