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. .. X 1721 i,wu!uu.
ADICAT. SAXllEItS OF UNION" SO-
2 I. n. r f It a Knli iflro1 nnn
1 Convention, tho Radical papers as-
i bitterly. One of these . assaults"
! insnncr of its reception, is fhos
I bv Uie JT. Y. Herald's correspondent :
- ib orl ftdicnl loeal naner this inernine
ail tie Convention as being run by "a
jet of bogus soldiers, militia officers, who
Imr hw real service in tho war against
the rebeUton." An amusiBg incident oc-
l la connection with this Blander or a
t-home Radical. The paragraph was
I tit tW breakfast table or one oi me
Urn 1 Inls-n J ttunuw. of the Twentv-
tL 1fa Vftrl- rrolmenL wllO licl(l tllC
jwper somewhat awkwardly, in ooneequenee j
of having left oh of his arias with the reh
ab m Virgiiaa. The maimed soldier called
the attention of his next neighbor to the
statement, who happened to be Captain Du
roirr, of Uie Fourth Michigan regiment.
The CWptain took the paper and proceeded
to read the offensive article, which he was
impelled to Itold in close proximity to 1ms
throagh lmviftg lost lite right eye by a
Minie Ml at Gaikw' Mill, where he was
taken prisoner and reported on our Bide
itead. ilie Uaptain liatt scarcely nnisnea
v vhis reading before he was tapped on tho
nouiuer uj an em army apiiuniwuu:, v-uji-tin
J. LMooti, of the Tenth" Pennsylvania
, Itrjeervos, a resident of Illinois, whose atten
tion lie in turn called to the Radical slur.
1 The Captain read it with a smile, and then
- left the breakfast room with the usual gait
iivlnt to a. cork Ipt. with which he is sup
plied in pkoeoftbe one he lost at Cold
Thk Cons Choi of the Usxted Status.
A correspondent of the Cincinnati Enqui
i r shows by the fallowing statistics that the
average increase of this crop is abont lire
Sr cent, per annum. In 18-10 the crop was
7,531,875 bushels; In I860, 502,031,101;
In 1860, 890,451,707, and the estimated crop
for 1866 is 1,039,000,000. The different jor
lions of the United States where this crop is
the staple are ac follows:
Sew Knglaml, New York and New Jor-
4oy,-3s,V4e,9V0 busneis; rennsyivama, Ma-
ryMnu, Delaware, Virginia, JSortu uarouna
and Sonlh Carolina, 12SAS,4D bushels;
Georgia, Florida, Alabama, Mwnsippi,
Louisiana, Arkansas and Texas, 147,4'6,720
bushels; Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Kentucky,
Tennessee, Missouri, Michigan, Wisconsin,
Minnesota, Iowa and .Kansas. 550,027,043
. , JVem these statements it will be seen tliat
Ute nation will have to depend malnlv upon
tfat valleys of the Missouri, Ohio and upper
Mississippi rivers; and from the States
Kbore mentioned Illinois produces the great
eat quantity, In Ohio the average yield
jier acre for the last twenty years lias been
thirty-thrco bushels, although as many as
, owe hundred and eighty bushels hare been
' grown on a single acre. There are many
counties in the State where tho average
product is ovor, forty bushels.
AjtTiETAsi National Cemetery
"Lntfs. Hock." A meeting of tho Trus-
v Iam nt ux AnHntant 'N.itinmal Cemeterv was
"lrl in Baltimore last Thursday to adopt
plans for laying off, fencing and ernaracnt
ingrard cemetery. The only point of in
terest to u in this meeting was in reference
to a rock in tho cemetery grounds known
a " LratB Rock," from tho fact that Gon.
It. 15. Lbk stood upon it for a time during
the battle of Antietam, pr, as we call it,
. Starnaburg. At a previous meeting the
JHtra liau necreeu inai iuis tock suquiu iw
takoh tip and removed At the meeting en
Thursday 11 1voa moved to reconsider this
decree and retain the rock. The motion
was opposed on the ground that, to leave
the roelf, vm to erect a monument to Gen
pm! I.Wk. TIte motion, however, nrevailcd.
and it was determined to retain the roek as
a feature of historic interest. liidmond
pJUtVKB OF Tim Cowb. The Cincinnati
JTtrmU telk the following, which is doubt
loss trae, as such things are of ooinmon oc
ourrenee over hero in the Stato of Bald
"A cow in this citv. in mistako the other
iky, took a feed of pine saw dust instead of
bran, in tne evening sue gave lurpcnune
intend of milk."
A cow belonging to one of tho vacant lots
on Uie Spring llill road accidentally got
liold of an oar of rotton corn tho other day,
since which time ftlie has been c'tvinc a de-
dded n'ght better whisky than wo have ever
Iiau from Cincinnati. Mewc jiarmtm-.
amm ami hathesatioal school.
rpllIS IJ5STITOTI0N VTILTj ItE-OPEN
1 k'ptmlcr lo, 1HOO. Itoys nre iirepaml
fcr the kteber elMtes in Collec. or baAiaw.
AlfMti fVew a dtKaneo n projure bosnlinc at
ronaMe rates In reepeclable flmHies. Bpo
rtal eare and oversWdt oxertlt4 over all Mnt
ftorn home to be educated li".
fiead Ak wireiroBlar. The i attention of jwrenU
WBO BHTB mm lO una irjjin .-rw-..
to Uad tonooi. xao auriuiuiffw ui um
ami iSm are sarerior.
JAMES W. HAMILTON,
AS8 KAL8R IX
IiEATHER AKI IIIIES;
Alee Manufacturer of
2Ionn rrnrli Cnir t
Ami TliIcH Kootst mid Nliocs,
XjicIIch' CcM Shoos,
j '. Children' HhooM. etc.
Ni.lf60It. MARKKT AKD CIlUItCH STB.
3-0m paid for Hides or taken In eiclianco.
H HJBeCRIIlRR. THANKl'UL POU TUB
i"-y:.:':.-Ki. :.;ir . i.t.
trMM Inform Ms temers that he Vh made
BMfO estemtvo BWaratiofli tban ever twfore for
duewaents to all who war prefer good lloiao
Made Work, at Mr Ttr. ....
C"n4r. Bridle, Svde and Upiwr httAher on
iHHIiwd for HOe heap. , . ,.
FOE OEOLLS AND EEVEB !
TJko -fcli Best!
IIBRIiET'.S AGUE TOXIC
Kmr I'rtU-Alwaw to ht l'fpoaded VPn
WILear A nt and Fever, CallU and fever, in-
who SmUM hnriw Tonic raki la thelutbeH
ten-'L Aeaolvewantii inunjj.l
l'ronrietorti LouUville, Ky.
. nnrley'M Stomnch KlttM,
Pr DeWIHjr, oes of AppetM. Wknow, Indl-
r yapeima, waoi oi anion i "V, i
hteeid-nl Stomach, there are no bittert ttiat
m JtrLVi nsrttesirsL tee
MQ . iwv "t ... "
i. .1 iihii h;.t ,r rmm ib nrnitne-
. i t !it- 1' .,. .pUMlk ! Ilrti
MMb, to whom alt tden atroald be addred
, , , Xlnrloy'n KnrMiitnrJIln.
lit araal Meod larMer, M a Striae and Sm
bmt MntM ala4 vnrlraled, remove alt lm
priM trow the htaod. and civea health aad
rteth to the 5BY KUDDLK .t OO.
-., ... Proprietors.
Ilnrloy'a IVipnlnr Worm Cnnily.
Aithb kreatir a SfoeMe for Vonw Ih 9
f all oihW MrefWktioe for worm tt hoinc ta;te-
let, any mm win use iu
OHcntal 1'cotl DrOpa.. .
Ute oaMrtzMti, Mawumyre-
.i.l I1L. JI arw n
i a tlMtmoahrM M eaaily Uaiad ky
nlh- ut mt amos the JaltMfrf ftittfniyp
wfi T .?MF?fe
Ink! InU! Ink!
foal "Writio? Fluid M heaoaine
n-nainal-i W with there whu want.a
free 4owte lk. f for iw l'WltM
r tho bee Wit r rn f
ar eaattUae hue, baakt or MheoM, It
XZT&& ledtto be ai-
Tor ae uj viwm w i
DRLeV, RC DDLk ACT. rroprieww.
v xnTK DRAWN BV HEXRi;
to the ofdtr of Win MiWhinney .
ble )xir uayt aner eaie. uairo
Jul . f
6. J. TABBOX,
NATIONAL SAVINGS COMPANY,
. OOEJtKt HSie AJ BOB BTBIETS.'
'cfcHwincarsiH9rU paid for unen-ihiJ
OTBmsrJjTliert flttoUtKa lira liable to floctante
but may be depended on tor a sufficient length of
time for remittances to be received by mail or
express, if forwarded wilh outdelay.
.mnaul HSDE Of UllOn .1-
fin vit n n ah ... 4!
Tit dif TmaAfiEW. nil
-0 City Bank of Augusta. 31
Plaatera 13 unk ... -HO jmaen' and Mecban
union Dsns i" ics uanK "
Bank of Chattanooga 3) Voebanies' Banlc 03
nM. TUIVIf 1 ' J T) 1 n .
Dili. .j.t juercniuiLs buu i w
jvnpxviuc - w ter JlAnit
" Mnnnhtu . 05t1,r,t.r.'H!nV
MlSdle TennB&Unlon Bank. 10
rtiuIr' llilll It.
ipar Bank of Cape Poor 22
Uotameroial uanK wj
MerehaaU' " par
Nortliera " par
Oeeee . " ... 25
Southern Bank '-5
Trad ere' Bank. -par
Commercial Bank 16
l uaiaiwi vru4u -
Charleeton 2) Merchants' nan; a-
IJheeier. -JU naaK oi lvoiiniru -i
" (leorKetown-lBMincra and Planters'
llamburs. 17 Bank -20
" thoStafoofS. TiaaiKU. -
ifsafr; :; .gir
?Mi:: bK? 53S
,lfl6-JJOnK il j" i
union an , .via winehctcr.-75
louibiaxai Central Bank ofVa 20
Bank of America 95 Danville Bank.- 20
liOuUiano .W Exchange Bank.ofV20
" New Orleans..tfl FiurmoantBank-iO
Cknal Bank.. J0 Farmers' Bank of Fin-
daieni' Bank .VO castlo--...;.-r.SS
Creneent City Bank-90 Fanncn' Bank of Va0
Louisiana State Bank. Manufacturers' and
ilechani-'amlTraden' Farmers -Jg
n.nlr -M XturcbanU' Hank..-5
JVIerehante'Bink . SO Merchants' and Me-
Bouthem JJaaK par cnanica .
Union Bank 90 Northwestern Bank .00
New Orleans Scrip 90 Southwestern Bank-.25
jllabavx. Tiers' Bonk
Bank of MobUo., 95
" Soluia2.i 23
IVer, Dollars- -140
" lTnlrrui and
Commercial Bank. 23
1 1 i. to
aern ;- Ouartcrs- K
KnrtKnrn llnnlf TVi t: l T: . TT.ir
- , , Oliver ! auu -.
Southern Bonk .95 135
Ggoaiu . ; youcbcrf.--.-rea
fn vtii! Tennessee Bonus.iW
n JXSl 1LailrSl and Davidson Co. Bonds.-V0
Tnlr .f Miflill fin US 1 1 V .1. ...
Marino Bank- .... 86 D0U(.ht with coupons
Nashville and Chattanooca Kailrood Stock.. 35
Commission and General
R77 Broadway, New Tork.
THE UNDERSIGNED EMBRACES THIS
method of informing his frionds that he has
returned to tho city of New York, and resumed
tho Commission and Qeneral Agency Business,
and offers his services to such as may roj uire the
assistance of an Agent in either procuring Mcr
cbandiio or disposing of such prodnots as they
nut hum fnr anln. FTlii Ionff familiarity with
goods in almost nil departments of trade, and his
oxmnsiTO acquaintance mia pusm uivu, uuun
Gos him for making purchases upon mest advan
tageous terms, enabling him, not unfroqucntly to
buy upon hotter terms for hU customers than they
.nnitlrl fnr 4hfttnRflTnfi. if UlCV WfifO here in DerSOn.
lie will not only select partial or Entire Stocks of
Uoods for Country juorcnanis. out win nurcnaso
nnd ship Pianos, Sewing Machines, Carnages,
Furnituro, and Machinery of all kinds. Medicines,
Hooks, or whatever else the necessities of Planters,
Pbysioians. Jjawyors, Tradesmen, or others, may
rcnairc lromino croat center anu cuircput oi nu
ui t. tma nil nnmmnMA.
It may not bo amiss to say, in this connection.
tlit rnlita nrn nnv mnrn rirrnmscribod than be
fore tho war four months being now the outer
limit, whilo for many kinds of what aro denomi
nated staplo uoatts, net uasn iticos pni
Wham nnn-hfl.pti mnv iriah to nrocuro coods on
time, or part on credit and part for cash, their
memorandums rhould bo accompaniod with pro
per testimonials as to solvency and punctuality,
unless their credit is well established in this mar
ket. My charge for purchasing goods, or for soiling
Cotton. Tobaoco, or other produce, is two and
nnn.tinir n.r Mnt. T tnfen the Hbertv of referring
to tho undermentioned gentlemen, for many of
whom 1 bavo bad tno pioasuro or transacting
"HV"6?8.' ,r.. a T, .-J T. T
B. MoForrJn, NashviUe; Hon. A. Wright, Mem
phio: Tho. Martin. Esq., Pulaski. Tenn; Hon. A.
Q. P. Nicholson, Columbia, Tenn.: Hon. U. L.
Caruthers. Lebanon, Tonn.; lion. 0. W. Jones,
Faycttevillc.Tenn.; Hon. E. A. Iveeble, Murfroos
boro'. Tenn.: J. M. Parker, Esq., Jackson, Tenn.:
Col. W. F. Dowd. Aberdcon, Miss : Col. James
Brown, Oxford, Miss.: Hon. A. It. Johnson, llay-
i xtl . nl 11 V WoU.r llnllv Snnnn.
JIUs.: Win. II. Allen, Esq., Jackson, Miss.; Chas.
W. lartii. q., l'onUKoe, juiss.; iuojor j. u
Turner.C Rumbus. Miss.
ALL FAMILY GROCERS. DRUGGISTS,
and Aputhecarios. who have not this fa
vorite nrtiolc, should prpcoro-it immmliately.
Forwloby W. W, TOrTbN,
No. 21 A 3S Collogo street. Nashville.
rnllE UNDERSIGNED HAVE IN FULL
X operation their shop for Manufacturing Sasb,
Doors, Blinds, insido and out, both stationary
and Pivot elats; Moldings, Cornices, Brackets.
Washboards and Caseings. Door and Window
. I - 1.1.1. Af-nll. lin.
rramos, ornanienuii imm .n.u.. .
Weathcrboarding nnd Flooring, dressed ready for
use! and evory discription of wood-work con
nected with oullding. Wo are also, prepared to
oontraet for Buildings enure, or in part, w e nave
been ntbeavy expense in procuring and putting up
Machinery, find bopeby punctuality and dispatch,
to merit and receivo the custom ofaencrous
' onlors from any section of tho Soulhorn coun
try will uopunctuoiiyniicu.
Our Shop Is in immediate connection with tho
Loeemotivo Shops of the Nashville and Chatta
nooga Rail road Company, noar the Scwanee Coal
Yard, on Cedar Street, Nashville. Tennessee.
aug to 1st an. 'fit.
, in in. . I Tim
A DcUsiilful Bcrcragc,
A Hcalthrnl Tonic,
An InvlRoratinj; Stimulanl,
An Vncqualcd Spcclflc.
I riiHIS WINK P0SSH86BS ALL THE VIR-
X tuesortho liI.AUlvHtiltul, lnoeraoina
tien with other medicinal qusJities.and is tho
meit pleai sant and edieaeious remedy for
DT.ir.irrimT, ntc, r.to.
'No Pamily Should Be Without It
0. II. BALDWIN .t CO ProprietSrs.
W AV TflTTMN WK !n A rents.
Par s&la hr &1 FamtlT Greeers. Druccifts
l and AjMj-Oieoertrt. jQ
Important to Travolers and Shippers
.XOUISVIMiE AXB TJIEUAST
. t.i - 'TUB
GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY,
(broad o.uja r.J
w Is taU a3 aeeessf al v p oritl n
Frem, Ondnnali to JNVte York JBwfen, &,
And is tho only direct route to tho
Oil KcrIoiih of PcnnHjlTunio,
Cenneetfou are made with
JeSersonrillc and Creie asd MIsstsslppi Railroad,
via Saymoar. JetTacMnnlte and Indianapolis and
Col. Rrailraed. via Urbana : LouUvlIlo and Lex
ingtan and Kestiifkr Ceotral Railroad, via Cin
oinnati ; U.S. Mail Lino Steaaeri via Cincinnati.
Two Tlirongh Trnlna lnttr.
Pascearers br the Breadflaejrr Hallway secure,
wide aneoafortaMe ears, qalek time, and tare
"Krourh TteVets and Hwrpre Checks can ba
r recti red at all the prlnrfpal Railroad and Steam
boat ert in 1ouifTiIle and theSouth.
D. MrLAREN. Oenn SapX
K. 7. ETLLKR, Gml Tt'ket Ajrent.
T. D.OoLE.iaseB(rprAsi,l No. 35 Foarth street
Wx.Co.te. Freight Acbt, Looisvillei, Ky.
Treppard &a Co-
THE WROUGHT IKON
"fibokiiig 1 Stove;
Tills Ktoxofutycll U no it ii over the
Sontli nnd West for Convenience.
Economy nnd Darabtlity.
So simple and' convenient that a child can u'so it;
So economical.1 that in coal and wobd, you can
save its cost in a single year.
So durable that many aro now in uso that wcro
made by the subscribers
Twenty -Years Ago.
IT HAS ATTACHED TO IT A COPPER
BOILER, containing from 12 to 20 callous, by
which the waste heat is made available to keep
on hand a constant supply of hot water, so sys
tematized that each member of tho family may
draw from the fountain without interfering wilh
We make these sizes of tho abovo excellent
Cookinc Stove, containing all modern improve
ments, and warranted that in every instance, that
tbay will five full satisfaction,
TREPPARD & CO.,
UlNnriCTUBER3.pi' - X
Tin, CopperT" nnd""Shoct' Iron "TVnroS
Special attention given to Roofing, (lotteries,
and all out-door work, by Mr. F. A. TnnrrABD,
who is admitted by all. to be the best out-door
workman in the State; there now being' rpofs in
good repair that were put on by him twenty-four
TBEPPARD & CO.,
augll No. H North College street.
AWEEKET NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED
in Murfrocsboro at S3 00 por annum. It
contains moro reading matter than any country
paper intho Stato.
Tho publisher would bo pleased to fill a few
columns with substantial Nashvillo Advertise
ments. Send for a specimen cony and rates of adver
tising. R.D. REED. Publisher,
P.S. Refer to Union and American QSieo,
To -Tasliville Advertisers.
IS a large, wellprintod newspapor in its Sixth
year published at Gallatin, Sumner county,
Tenn.. on the Louisville and Nashville Railroad,
in ono of tho wealthiest portions of tho Stato, and
circulating at ovcrr Postoffice in Sumner, Smith,
Jackson, Overton, Fentress and Macon counties,
and in tho upper Cumberland river sections of
Tennessee and Kentucky.
To wholosalo dealers, it oflers inducements, as
It Is the only panor East of Nashville, in a district
several hundred miios long, in the great Tobacco
region, and to business men of all kinds of Nosh,
villc. who desire to reach the trade of Country
Merchants, is a valuable Advertising Medium.
Tho advantages of soeuring thotrade of a Tobacco
soction worth many millions of dollars aro at onco
apparent. No deviations from published terms.
TIBH9 QOISTEKLT IS ADVASOX;
Iji. 2if. 3ir. Cm. It.
1 Square $ i 00 8 7 00 210 00 $15 00 $20 00
1 Qt'rcolu'n, 15 00 2000 2500 3500 5000
1 half colu'n. 2000 2500 3000 5000 75 00
1 column. 30 00,40 00, 50 J 75 00 110 00
4 square. 1 week,' 3 00
Address, U. R. HEIGHT k CO.. Publishers.
au2S lm Gallatin, Tonn.
E. P. JENKINS & 00.,
WU0LKS1LB AND EKTAII.
WOULD RESPECTFULLY ANNOUNCE TO
their old friends and tho community nt large,
that they intend continuing tho Wholesale and
Ilctail business at So. 32 JInrltet Street, and
invito Merchants in tho South to givo them n call
beforo purchasing elsewhere. au2( 3in
WO. 'i FRONT STREET.
TUST RECEIVED. AFINE LOT OFTTELLOW
fj and WHITE CUltN; also, constantly ou hand.
Which wo will sell at tho lowest Market Price.
Wo havo nlso JO.OOO jacks of Corn, slightly
damaged, at $1.00 prrssok. MoalntT.T cents per
bushel. II. H. lIAXJIF.lt te CO..
angSi 1 w 44 Kront street.
W. A. JOHNSON & CO.,
General Commission Merchants,
Ko. 31 Tnctor'aKow, Xew Orlcani.
W Liberal eash. advances made on consign
ments of Cotton and other "yjjjyj?
aug 21 -3m At tho Planters' Bank.
rpHB HOLDKP-S oF SHARES IN THE
X State Insurance Company cf 2f nh
vllle. aro hereby notified that the Board ot
Directors havo this day after setting osido, as a
roscrvod fund, (SO.) Filly per cent, on their unex
pired rbks-dcclared o dividend or TE.V I'Elt
CEJiT. free of tax, upon tho subscribed Capital
Stock, being Fifty per cent on the amount paid
up : tho same to bo endorsed on the Stock Notes.
Stockholders will plcaso call and seo tho proper
JOSEPH NASH, Secretary.
Nashvillo. August 7, 1S00. r . ,
an7 lm. .
rpnE FIRM OF STRATT0N, FQ INTER A- CO.
I is tliU day dissolved by mutual conscnt, TubSi
TUOS. O. POINTER,
H. J. CHBNEY,
B. P. ROY.
XiBrrriLLR. July 'J, 1S86.
TN RETIRING; I RECOMMEND MY SUC
X cesser. Messrs. STBA-rTO' Cnxstv A Ro v, for
the cwntinhance of the Termor patronage, to lib
orally bestow! .pan our Ut. firm.
Nashtillb. July 9. 1S6G.
- t . f' t t Ir:
vinisox Btairrss, nxunos J. cnasav.
STRATTON, CHENEY & ROY.
Ii IlK5rt7TtUUi AAIUUUr, 1U
at frtcnos ami Uie public- generally, inai
we will continue a
- Gonerl ForTrnrdinj;,
Commission, Cotton &Tbbacco,
faotoraqe bdsesss. .
At Old Stand' of Stratton, Pointer & Co.
9 mid 11 Broad Street.
We hepe, by strict attention to business, to
merit a centinn anee of tho liberal patronage here
tofore bestowed upon, the old firm.
STKATTO-Y, CIIKSET & ROY.
WE ARE MANUFACTURING A KTJPE.
.t ttt.ri (...! Hi! In nnr Sill. MI I.I
on Broad street, near tho comer Af MeLcmore.
J. PLUNKET'i: CO.
FOR. THE TREATMENT OF
Private Diseases. anl
DISEASES OF TV O 31 13 K".
TJAS SPENT THIRTY-THREE YEARS OP
I I of practice in ' .
RA I.TI3IOHE, Xin , 1HIAICMIIIA,
IA., nnd SEW Olt-HASS, A.,
And for tho last SErN in
From my long experience I warrant a euro in M,
Diseases in this advertisement, primary and sec
ondary, comprising tho treatment of CONSTrTU
TIONXL and CONFIRMED SYPHELIS-Hreatod
at any distance and a euro guaranteed.
DR. McGILL is performing tho most wonder"
ful cures by his
Medicated Yapor Baths,
That have ever been performed la this country.
Hear what ho says:
I have reason to sneak in the highest terms of
tho Vapor Bath. I bavo practiced it for ten
years, and havo never found it to fail in tho treat
ment of those diseases, in from two to cightwecks
at the farthest; primary, secondary.or the various
constitutional forms of Syphilis: Debilitated Sys
tems, either by Mercury or Syphilis: Ulcers of the
Throat or Sleuth; Rod or Copper Colored Blotches,
on any part of the body: Scaly Eruptions en the
Face, Header Body; all Diseases of the Skin;
caused by Syphilis or Impure state of the blood,
Sbank'crs, Nodes, Swelled Testies; all pains of the
bones, by Mercury and Syphilis; Enlargement of
the Joints; Falling out of the Hair; Rhenmatisme,
Scrofulas and Neuralgias. I am now ready to
WARRANT A CURE,
In ope-fourth of tho time that it takes with the
old mode of treatment. In this treatment no1
medicine is taken, internally. You receive the
baths seated on Tour chair, with no inconvenience
Those diseases aro treated at any distance
CHRONIC DISEASES. ;
RHEUMATISM. Affections of tho LUNGS,
Diseases of the THROAT. SWELLED JOINTS,
Stiff Limbs, Pleurisy, Pains, Ulcers, Cancers,
Gravel, Diseases of the Heart and Liver, Inflam
mation of tbo Stomach. Neuralgia, King's Evil
or Scrofula, Deafness, Diseases of the Eyes, De
bilitated Systems, Dyspepsia, or Indigestion, and
Consumption together with all Private Diseases
and Diseases of the Urinary Organs,
TO THE IiADIES.
All affections of tho Womb treated with ta
cesr. Those married ladies who have been so nn
fortunato as to miscarry, or prove abortive, can
be carried to their full time. If found pregnant,
by giving mo a call.
Yonnr married ladies whose misfortuae R has
been not to bring forth in due season, remember
God has said you should multiply and replenish.
If this is your dceire, you can consult me either
by letter or in person. No lady ovor thirty-five
years of age need make application. All commu
nications by Icttor or person strictly confidential.
NIGHT EMISSIONS CURED.
Toung man, stop before you further go. Of all
diseases subject to man, there is no disease so hard
to cure as Night Emissions, and physicians are
scarco who understand treating it; and to yeu I
can say that I havo cured hundreds in this city, as
well as in different Statcs,who hare spent dollar af
ter dollar, andarenow woll cured by me. Iam dai
ly receiving letters and sending medicine to all
parts of tho country, in a word, all that are diseas
ed in any way, and will cireacall, I will give satii
fiction for all of the diseases mentioned in this
advertisement. Tho best of references given in
this cttv. All letters should be directed to
Pit. HctHI.r,, box 713 Nashville, Tenn.
Ofiico over John York's Book Store, Union
street, between College and Cherry streets.
F O H S IX'E !
Twenty-Fire Tracts of .Xtuid
30,000 AGUES MOUNTAIN LAND
FRANKLIN COUNTY, TENK '
Oft A ACRES NEAR WINCHESTER. TEN
VJJ nessee. Winchester is ono of tho ncalth
est locations in Tennessee good schools, railroad
facilities and many other advantages.
Theso lands aro adjoining the town of Win
chester, ono-half woll timbered, all tillable with
the exception of perhaps some five acres, on which
is a fine rock quarry: forty acres of good fruit,
good dwelling and out-nouses. This is the
plnco whero 0. F. MoUeiieh now resides. It is
offered on liberal terms as a whole, or in lots'to'
Also, Two Thousand Acres of good mountain
land, well timbered.
If not poM before, thejo lands will be offered for
sale to the highest bidder, in lots from five to fifty
acres on the Ft rut Jlondny in Oc tober
next. No better opportunity has been offered
for n location in this country.
For particulars, apply to the nndcreignod. or B.
F. McUeiikr on tho premises.
1 nnn ACRES. SIX MILES FROM WIN
JjUUU Chester, on tho McMinnvillo road,
well timbered, good well nnd spring water, fine
larfre, young orchards, well-improved. Will be
divided into four to six farms, tosut purchasers,
with out-houses on tho place good land, and
one of the most desirablo places in this country.
ACRES. FOUR MILES PROM Win
chester, on the McMinnvillo road. This
Kloco is woll improved ono brick houso and out
ousos, besides two doublo-Iog houses with out
This placo will be divided to suit purchasers.
Good water and timber, '
4) Oft ACRES, FOUR MILES FROM tTIN
XOV. chestor. on tho Huntsvill road 175
acres cleared, 105 acres fino timber, fine apple
orohard 200 bearing trcos, and fine peach orch
ard. Good brick dwelling, with barn and stables.
OH ACRES. FODR 3ILES FROM WIN
OU chestor. on the Fayeltoville road. There's
on this place a good blacksmith and wood shpp,
w th good dwcllfnrand out-bouses. i
This is un admirable location for blacksmith
ins and wood-work turners.
AJAO, 20 OTItCR PLACE!1 lit FHA3B-
usr cou.vrr, -
Containing from tCi tp 40 acres each, generally
welt improrcd, Some of them very desirable.
' For particulars, as lo location and terms, apply
to L. S. SIMS. ;
Real Bitate Agent, Winchester. Tonn.
J. LUMSDEN & CO., j
UAXUF1CTURKR3 A!W DSiLIUS A j
HIDES, OILS, LEATHEU,
...Findings, Curriers' Tools,
So. O SOUTH MARKET STREET, . SV
F A It 51 E R 8
Of Ariddlo Toncsstjo.
WE WANT 150.000 BUSHELS OF WHEAT,
nnd will pa? you the HIGHEST market
Bo sure end call on tn.
MAiSBNGAI.E A SNYDER
No. 3 South Market street,
Dr. A. M. D, Henrickson,
Hnvlnjj permnncntly Incntod ft XTonh
OFFERS HE? SERVICES IN THE TREAT
MENT of diseases by Vacuum, with
' r. o. itAiroira equalizer.
The efficacy of this instrument In Paralysis,
Neuralgia. Rheumatism, Spinal Affections. Dys
pepsia, Seminal Weakness, uerangrasnv o. in. i
.ucnscj- ABiuiu., 4.uvih-" " "
n Limoi, and many other diseases, surpasses any .
remedial agent Known jo iuu
... . . :-!!. Iitl in .t.ri n. In. i
l-nysinwis -""J-'"a.rT. :. ZZ I
claims of tnis invenuon. x or pucw w
Uve ppers icoMewr MtiRRW bTATTO.
Aiotualo assistant will be in attondaaoe,
Ofeo Itoom.M nt tho City Hotel.
BAGGING, BALE -ROPE.
iJE ILWE ON HAND
BOO Ralls Kcatoeky Bagging. bst brandsi
aoo Coil Maehlne and Hand Repa
200 Pounds Hemp Twine:
Whielwe offer to Planters and the trade atth
wt market rates. jjjjioCS t CO-,
a.n.BEiD. w.n.'CKiDBonaxE. j.tojibrowk. .
(Successors to French & Co.)
Cotton and Tobacco Factors.
Commissoii Mcrcliatifs, .
CORNER OF CLARK AND FRONT STREETS
0 C..BOONK. , t
J. J. rLKA'SXXTS. ,
O. C. BOONE & CO.,
COTTON FA CJ TO li'S,
COMMISSION ME II CHANTS,
NO. 12 JEFFERSON STRET,
Opposite Commercial Hotel, Memphis, Tenn.,
Are, prepared to make liberal advances on Cot
ton and other Produce shipped to them, and to fill
all orders for Plantation Sapplies.
ABCn.8.DOBB!.VS,. 3. t. rLBASASTS, . !
Phillips Co., Ark. lluiitsvillc. Ala.
JSH.X. BiFrAr.KASS, O. C.BOOJTE,
Memphis, Xenn. Memphis, Tenn.
Dobbins, Pleasants & Co.,
No. 15t Gravier Street, corner of Corondclet,'
J. W. VITraiELU JNO. gltAlLCRORO. ISO. M. COOK.'
Late Mitchell & Armstrong.
Mitchell, Shallcross & Co.
Commission and Forwarding
Offies 88 I-S Second street, between Main and
Particular attention Wid to Oorders and Con-
ngnmcnts. ivju .)m'
I"""1 qngi Mil ii . -iii.il
r. o. qcct.
w. c. una
H UVRT& CO.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
nm: brick akd ci.at,
ATITS SATVTID A9TD SI'MT,'
TmttT, PESSr XATM.
Andethes siatwlals for bailding atrJeed jriees
WE HAVE IN STORE M LARGE AND
well assorted stock of
WTSIJOTV SASI-, (All GInEod,)
OF ALL SIZES.
TThieh we wUl sell for MM THAW HALF
what they would cost to be made.
Orders for LTME and SAND receive prompt at
tcntlon at LOW RATES, at
le. SI South College Street,
pposlte Hamilton's Warehouse,
Jy35-!ra AASHTIE, TENJT.
IESSEE 110 PACIFIC
TN THIS ROAD
ARE NOW OPEN AT THE FOLLOWING
JOSEPH W. AIXEJT, Treasurer. .Union
J. W. PAltJfOKE, Secretary. No. College
TV. T. ItERRT, Booksllcr, No. 30 Publio
JOII.V P. CAMPnEI.I, Agent, No. 15 Pub
Wm yoa bear an honorable part in this Grea
STATE AND NATIONAL BOAT),
Which will give Nashville Coal nnd other Man
ufacturing advantages, equal to any other city?
It is not doubted that this road will open to our
city one of the largest and richest
COAL, OIL Axn other MINERAL REGIONS
Jn the world. It will give
SO Jill 0 the Shortest nnil Cheapest
Jlonto to XcirTnrk, nnd 50 Miles
tho Nearest Route to Mem
phis nnd Ken Orlemm.
Srsry metire ef Interest asd self-protection
arges that we shenld all
Bnbaerlba Promptly and I.Ibernlly
It is nrgeatly requested that EVERY CITIZEN
subscribe front one to one hundred shares, ac
cording to his means, at once. This will insure a
speedy and glorious success the crowning glory
sf our city and State. jy2-tf.
FIA N O S !
o. r. BEisrsoisr's
: PIANO AND MUS10 HOUSE,
Sa SI UNION STREET, 3fo. 51
A 770 DEALER IN PIANOS. MEL0DE0NS.
CHURCH AND PARLOR OROANS,
AH kinds of Musical Merchandise.
PIASOS TUNED I
AaS all kinds of Musiea! Instruments Repaired.
3Musit Books bound on short aoticeTTO
"T) ARTIES IN; THE COUNTRY WISHING
X anything in the music line, can send their or
ders terse, stating tho article they want, and I
will make the selection for them, which, if it docs
not suit, can be exchanged. The cash must ac
company each and OTery order- A liberal dis
count will be made to schools and teachers.
B ICRS TO CAltDK BENSON B I70EB FCBCSi S-
Pianos nnd Slelodcona to Rent.
I aaT6 on hand a Iarr o stock ef School Books
and Stationery, which I- will sell at New York
prices, so as to make room fnr my large stock: of
musical goods that are to arrive soon,
jyl2-3m a D. BENSON.
TIio .Great Soutliern Piano
WM. KNABB 0 CO.,
7IR.Tr PREMIUM. GOLD MEDAL, GRAND.
SQUARE AND UPRIGHT
j? i , isr o s.
mnKSK TNSTURMENTS IIAVINO BEEN
JL before the publio for the past thirty years,
hare, upon their excellence alone, attained an
vsrcecnistD rai-nirexxca that pronounces
them nnequalied. Their
combines great power, richness, sweetness, and
fine singing quality, as well as great purity of in
tonation and hannoniousndi throughout the en
tire scale. Their
is pliac t and elastic, and is entirely fre from tho
stillness found in so many pianos, whiea causes
the performer to so easily tire. In
they eainet bo excelled. Their action Is con
structed with a cars and attention to every part
iwuuucuinuaua iao onesi meenanism.
A ono but the beet seasoned material is used in
their manufacture, and they will accept the hard
usages of the concert room with that of the parlor
on an equality unaffected in their melody: in
Oct. th ey are constructed
"NOT FOR A YEAR BUT FOR JIVER."
AH our Bquarj Piano! have Sur new improved
Grand Scale and Agraffa Treble.
Every Piano fully warranted for Fits Yea tr.
innv t Tfr a. .
JylS-Sm NashviUe. Tennessee.
T. D. PHILLIPS,
or colchbia, TKsy., wnn
1IASCPACTOBEBS ASn WnOtKSALB DE-VLURS IJt
CITY AND EASTERN MADE
BOOTS AtfD SHOES,
No. 4S2 Market street, below FiRh street. South
Side, Philadelphia. auS-am
MONROE, SMALTZ& CO.,
VDOLKSALE PEALEBS IX
EASTERN AND CITY MADE
BOOTS AND SHOES,
. t No. 501 Market Street,
jaiiks iioxcoE. Northwest cor. of Fifth street.
JOS. E. BMALTZ. - PIAIEPI A.
or xoBTn'CAcoLirtA, wnn
Hood, Bbnbrigit& Co.,
miOLKSALH DKALEES IX
Foreign and Domestic
DE Y Q-OOD.S,
lVo. 529 Market Street,
(and 5 Ccmmerce St..)
OFFER UNUSUAL INDUCEMENTS TO
CASH BUVEItS. having always in Storo
many very Desirable and Scarco Goods, made to
order by Philadelphia Manufacturers.
MoFerran, Menefea & Honsley,.
McFerran C Menefcc,
." . r' . 1'; .
102 AND 104 WEST SECOND STREET
J. B. M'rKEBAX. C1XCIXSATX.
n. c hbxblst. jyl"-3m
EetailDepot North End Markethouse.
; 2 C E .
Prices Seduced to Suit the Times,
TITE AKB IIINGSTO ICE CO.
Are now selling at the following rates to
regular customers :
Fifty pounds or over.
Loss than 50 nonnds
Office Tfo. 5 lSTorth College Street
A SURE CORE FOR DIARRHOEA.
For salo by all Family Grocers and
H . W. I0II6N, Wholesale Agent. R
Nos. 21 A 23 Gollciro street. B
Joa-tf , Nashville.
HUGH McORBA & CO.,
A. HAJffilliTOff & CO.,
Cotton and Tobacco Factors,
ST OB AGE,
FORWARDING AND COMMISSION
. i. .i.i. ..
Market Street, - - - ' lYnsliville.
rrmE UNDERSIGNED IIAVINO TAKEN
J the above Warehouse, will purchnso and
scU'Cotton. Tobacco. Bacon, Lard, or any other
Produce, on Commission. Planters favoring us
with their business may rely on getting tho high
est market price for their Produce. 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 tho
lowest market prices. Wo will give our attention
to goods forwarded to us from other cities. Ship
pers may rely on having their goods forwarded
prjmptiy by the first train or boat after their ar
rival. Our office is on Market street, whero tbo
old books of HcGitMcCagA A Co. can bo found
by thoso interested.
Hoping for a sharo of public patronago, wo sub
scribe ourselves, etc.
ianl3 HUGH McCREA A CO.
Wo respectfully introduce to our old frionds
our successors in business, Jlcan McCrea 3c Co..
who continuo tho Commission business at our
stand, No. 23 South Market Street
Our own offico is No. 23 Collcgo Street, whero
wo hope all parties who are indebted to us will at
once call and pay thoir accounts now du, and all
parlies who have any claims against us will pro-
sent them for payment, as wawith to close up our
business at an early day.
Janl3-tf A. HAMILTON A CO.
WHOLESALE AND RETA1X
Fancy (Jrocery Store,
No. 12 North Cherry St.,
.PANB0LEINI a biya
XT EEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND A LXRGE
JLV, and complete assortment of everything in
their line, of the
VERY BEST QUALITY.
IMPORTERS , OP FINE. AND GENUINE
WINES AND LIQUORS,
And HAVANA SEGARM. Also on hand the
best CUKWISG TOBACCO.
Tennessee Division No. 30,
SONS OP TliMPKKAXCE,
! EVERT FRIDAY. AT 8 P. M- AT
i bona Unit, Masonic Temple.
L. R. Eastvajt, R. S.
Street Railway Proposals,
CEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RECEIVED
O until the TESTIl DAT OP HEPTF.M
Iln. proximo, for the bailding of a STREET
RAILROAD in Edgefield, along Woodland street,
from FUIraora street at tho end of the Bridge
embankment, to the interjection of Church street,
near ilebson Chapel.
Plans and Specifications can be sera on and
after the3Hh injt., at the eCco of WILLETT,
KIDDBLL A CO., Civil Engineers.
Tho right to reject any and all bid. Is reserved.
Bids should be addressod. to J03EPJI NASH,
Secretary, eiBee State Insurance Company, Col
By order of the Board. . . , ,
A. V. S. LINDSLEY, President.
Josvrn Nasb, Secretary.
aB to seplO
BAGGING AND ROPE.
WE HAVE IN STORE SEVERAL EAGLE
WEnAVE ALAHOE NUMBER OPLsoryu,
nvr UltOK aib Amxjucaim. bound in Book
form, eontaiainr tha fall riporttpf the proeeeJ
incs and rpeeebes for sessions of ISM asd VJ.
Apply at this cffitie. 'an -
EICHARD HASSS. ' ml. J. FOEIEB.
NO. 43 VINE STREET.
West Sido, Between Front and Columbia,
OP ALL KINDS,
Cotton Beams and Frames,
Cotton,Hay and Sag Presses,
COPYING PRESSES, &c.
FAIRBANKS, MORSE & CO.
125 Walnut street,
JOS. R. OEBBABT,
PRBGH & IOWES,
Importors and Jobbers of Foreign and Domestic
White Goods and Notions,
KO. 134 HACK STREET,
Between Third and Fourth Sts., Elsas New Bloek
JDBK V. WATSOX.
jos. u nsao.
WATSON & BERG,
No. 136 Race Street, Cincinnati, O.
T VT. HINKLE, FORMERLY OF NASH
TT . villo and Louisville, is with the above
houso, and will be pleased to see and wait on his
friends and acquaintances.
H. s. READ.
UOBQAX, SXAD CO..
READ, MORGAN & CO.,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
BOOTS AND SHOES,
138 Race St., bet. 3d & 4th, ;
WU. CLEXRAY. OIO. B. WE1DLEB,
r. a. oleneat. o. r. oleKeat. "
WE. CLENEAY & SONS,
For tho purchaso and sale of Cotton, Tobacco.
Flour, Grain, Pork, Bacon. Lard. Hemp,.
AVhisky, Grass Seeds, and all hinds of Pro- '
duce, and Doalcrs in pure Bourbon
If. C Corner of Second nmt Vint Strerit,
Agents for "Sunny &Ide," "Broad Gnagt,"
"Legal Tender." "Homo Comfort." "Anderson's
Choice," and Magnolia Mills XXX Family Flours.
47 Liboral Advances mado on Comij-nmonts.
A. X. 8ACCKT.
A. W. POOH.
(Successors to Wynno, Jones 3t Co J
WHOLESALE DEALRB3 IX
Foreign and Domestic
No. 89 Pearl street, between Vina and Race
B. v. Btsnop,
W. T. BISHOP,
r. n. Bisnop.
K. 91. BISHOP fc CO.,
NO. 36 MAIN STREET,
JOHK T. V00T3.
J. v. xiau.
8. V. MDBrilT.
FOOTE, NASH & 00.,
Nos. 17 and 19 West Columbia St.,
LIQUORS AND WINES.
DEALXBS Ift GE.TCKK
ItOTJItnoN, ItTE, ANDMONONGAirELA
Proprietors of the celebrated brand of Orange
CORNER OF FROM AND RROADWAZr,
L. A. PRATT, Proprietor.
MR. S. JOHNSON, FOR TEN TEARS CON
nected with the Burnet House, is now
with the "Spcneerllouso." and will be pleased to
see his many old and valuod friends throughout
tho South. marS)-d6m
Cigwi's, IAquor8 and
No. 31 Publie Landing, Corner of Sycamore,
B. W. WAnSOT,
Lato of Cochran, Wasson ATalbntL
JESSE H. TALBCTT.
Late of Paris, Ky,
JE8SB W. PAOE.
Lato of Nashville, Tenn.
WASSON, TALBUTT & PAGE,
Successors to Cochran, Wassen & Talbutt,
Manufacturer's Agents fer th sals of Bagging
General Coinmljwion nnd Prodnce
And Dealers In Flour, Hemp, Grain. Seeds, Wool,
Feathers, Pork. Baeon, Lard, Ac.
Also, Exeluairo agents for the sale of J. II. Tal
butt A Co.' Celebrated Pure Copper Whiskeys,
from Paris, Bourbon County, Ky.,
No. 30 VINE ST- CINCINNATI. 0.
Jas. A. MeAIlIster A Co-Nashville, Tennessee
Hugh MeCras A Co
Evans. Fiu A Co- , "
Cemmer al Bank, Memphis, Tennessee.
Taylor, MeEwin. Duke A Co-Memphis, Tenn.
JOHN OHLT, .
Has psnnaneatly located at
NO. 12 NOKTII CIIEIIKT STREET.
Us has Jost received from New Tork ens of the
finest STOCKS OP G00D3 ever brought to ths
BUY YOUR lVOOI WHILE
IT IS X3HE.1P.
DELIVRRED ANYWHERE IN THK CITT
ftmRs at tha follawing rate
From one to tea cords, per cord, 00
Ten eerdsaad over " 5 JO
Sold at yard " 5 no
Yard at R. R. Trestle, on North Samrnsr street.
Orders my he left at Cha. Mabtix A Co.'j
Cherry street., or at this oCe. Jjll tf
SS 0cEa! cs 23c2Doo
tST" This Housa has been rcfurui$hed
Tho Oldest Stand in the West !
D. F. HOGAN &'A. DUTEIL,
Wholeealo and Retail Manafiieturars af
Trias, Scalps, Braids and Curb, and all other
And Importors ef Fancy Goods, Perfumery, Ac.
85 Fourth st. between Slain and Market,
Hannerof takingMeasuroof a Wig by any person:
i. iiounu tne nenu - in i uni
In 20 lines 6
2. rem Bar to Ear
X Temple to Templo
4. From Forehead to Nape
5. From Templo to Templo
ED. WILDER & 00.,
TOBACCOS AND CIGARS,
3P e a? CP a to gs,vp
yy'ElIAVE REMOVED TO OUU5EW
And Spacious Warehouse. JIarblo Front,
A'ortli Slrtc of Main street, '
NEARLT OPPOSITE LOOISYILCB HOTEL,
05E DOOB BELOW THE COESEB OF SIITtr,
Where wo have opened an entirely new stock of
Goods, and will offer to the trade, togetherwith
DRUGS AND MEDICINES
A varied assortment of
Druggists' Fancy Goods
Liquors, Cigars, and Tobacco,
Comprising tho most eompleto assortment In
ono honso in this country. All of whiehjwa
shall offer at manufacturers', and less thanmanu
facturcrs' prices. marilr-dly
THE OLD ESTABLISHED AND EVER RK
lilABLE UAR11ER and Hair Dresser. Hu
the honor to inform his many friends' and tho
public, Uat bis bnavinr and Hair Dressing oa
loon. next door to the New Express Ilulldlae, and
ODDOSito the Masonio Temnle. atill remain coen
for their custom. lib barbers are expert in tAeir'
rmsinoss, aiteniive anu polite, ana always cany
up to tho latest styles and fashions in thafr line.
lie solicits a call from all old ana new friends,
promising to all run satisfaction.
BATH BOOMS I
KEEP COOL! KEEP CLEAN!
PRANK PARISH'S BATH ROOMS, ia tha
rear of his Shavintr and Hair Dresiinr SaWnraro
fitted np with all the modern impmveaenw.
Gentlemen can always obtain Hot. Tepid, or Othl
xiams, at a momoni s nonce, laii on
julyC-Jm 53 Charon Street.
J. f. GTO1HX08.
B. O. rXABU
ISO. lO IS"EAV STREET,
DXTT AND HKIX Coin, Ezchaece and South
era Bank Notes, and Securities of all'kindi.
MAKE COLLECTIONS and Rarchasa Sight
and TrmTDrafts, on all aoocsalhld points..
BUT" STOCKS AND GOLD, Solely on Gem
mission, requiring- ample margin la" all eases
AIXOYT FOUR PEE CENT! IXTZBE8T
on Daily Balances, lubjeot to Sight Check.
ttr Theeorrcspondenco of our Southern friends
t respectfully solicited. 1
FRENCH BUHK MILL
rl 1UU da IslViJiMf 'a AAJU iUisVUaiviiitlt
JjX of all descriptions; 6teftin Katiac- Sew &09
fsi. iu:if. ii:.a: b c. vtui-
BelUnr and Bolting Clothe Screen Wire, ilill
1'ieEs, i'laster oil'aru slur arson nana ana made
10 order. All wore sold by m wan ited. a also
coniraci lur me erection or tfiesriag Jlliis.
Corner of Colleeo nnil Urond Street.
JAMES C. MALONE,
JSTTOIUTJEY AT MW,
Office 27 West lids Pnhlfj Siniirj. comer of
Celltre and Deairkktree&-0P-STAII13.
Post Office Box 183. "
NO. 33 CHURCH 8TBEET ,
TTAVE BECAME A0HKTS POR THE T3t-
PIKE KTATE OAS J2AC1I1X11 tar
supplying DwehMwrs, Starts. PaeUries and'Poblic
jSalMlncs witn a pare sod mini ugat, eauat to
the best gas. at oho-third tbeeest.
Perseus can view tha srae-eal SDeratiens of tha
machine, and learn partisalan ofeest. by apply;
lor at our eaUbliihmeiit.'S Church street.
us. c M'riinx.
McFerran, Armstrong & Co.
(Lata Miteball A ArautronrJ
150 ACE.MS m BJrCCSG, BALE EE8P1 ASD I7IIE.
Carers ftbs celebrated
No. a Main, hjtweca Firrt- and- Second, asd
Nineteen aiTtat-tw Vfashlagtoa street.
a. 8. OHIATSAV.
FINE BRANDIES, WINES,
. etc, etc., . . tJJ
or. OoIIcgo ami Clnirclr Slk.
i. , '
Kr.F.ir CjqjtSTAWTI.T ON IIA.NtvlNI
- " MB SAK
iS6SfcCk-4iJt Powdered and: Crows
Jated Stwar. (1
H9'WbbiCoe Sugar. h
SO JIa-corel, No. I and 2.
as - " No. 3.
160 kJ " No. 1, 2 and .
200 kaw Star Candlai.
12S Swj (wortl.)
S 35rc freoh Itke.
2 Vita Cider Vinegar.
CS0 " Extra Family Flwr, SnrStg-
field ami Pert Rovsl MNk
lO0iljl&' i Wk and keg eeua4rw Lard.
5 tij.s Dried Be ..,,,
50WAi N. O. Molasses and Sfntf
lQJak Cotton Seed. , ,
'TTegwifier with an assortment
fbeIh- CANNED PRUI.ts.
9M8 AS m
and Pepper SiiiiiJ?.
'6:4 1'ipes Fine Brandy, '
:fiffnnesor, Otard, Dupey A, Co., i
3 United Vineyard; Prepm&rwiBM),
4 I Rochelle, f
' (5 J 1 '
ea Jamaica Kum,
Pipes N. E.
06 i casks Slwrry anil Pert Win all
8 i casks rwre fat Wb.
1 Pipes pare illelkinil Cffn, 't'.1
75 boxes St. MareeaHX Owmnogtie, U.l
SO " Cabinet " I
65 " Heidsiek M X
125 boxes Ctaret, very fine.
10 bbk "Old Crow," 18te, wxrraiMn)r4i(
perior to any ever oifered in ,TWiite.
185 bbls pare Robe rtfion CHR4y , ekl alW 'rtne,
180 Bourbon, all ajnules,
1 2S " Apple Brandy, pure,
3 " Peach Brandy, pure.
Anisat,. Cur aeon, Ahsynthc,
Maruschino, Wainpoo Dratftui,
Plantation and Bolters? Bitters
and London dub. .
0,000 Genuine Imported Havana Cigar,
110,000 Baltimore, all grades:
Together with a general assortment, ef Staple
and Fancy Groceries.
Ii. IS. CIEEATIIAM fc CO.
Ineorpornf cm! by mi Act of tlio ijeiMirul
Anaembly- or tJie fitntp or'Trniiemttx',
1'ruweU May 21tli, 1HGO.
Authorized OapifaJ. $1,000000.
20,000 Shores of $50 EoohJ
One thousand shares ef Stesk havlag been sub-
serlbed, the Company proceeded t orgaatse by
tno eleetten or tbe aHHwiBg Hoard : uire
J. W. PA KltAMOKE,
AD. M. QeVlBBOWER. .
orvioxaa ilictm it rat soacbs
Maiden. (113Q, II. THOMAS. PresUeuL
Maj'tlen. H.W. JOHNSON, TVlee President.
FELIX Jt, CHKATllAil. geeretary.
A NEON NKKOTreasrr.
JOSEPH SAOD-K. OesT Ira. Agent.
TnE LKADINO OBJBCT8 OF TJIB COM
PANY are to esemtrage ImBgraiwfl to wr
6taU, and ta supply the deaaad fer every dewlp
tlan of labor.
They propose to aceo plish th first ef Ibesa
ohjrts by purchasing lands, where tuUablo water
power cr other advaatage may be had for n4nu
facturing purposes; aflifatso by purefauisf landi,
in large traoU, near ntlM, rivers and rail re ads.
Theso lands will be divided into sellable lets r
tracts, and alternate traets sM t tee kamlgrant
at or near emt. the tmrehaser payisg ose-fturth
eash and the remainder ia eae. two aad tbreo
lhe uosapanr will awe aet as agent rr large
landholders who desire to have their lands f Ig
nited. The Company proposes to lapply the demastl
for labor by furnuhlag M eeh aales. u art! eners., and
all description of laborers They wilt seere Ibis
labr br belnr abla to raar&BiM ManWTiaeat i
wemuaeratiTe prices la the Best heafthy and
genial eilraaie e( tea worm, aau taey exprp. t
satisfy the employer by guaraateeieg the delfrer
ing of the laborers to aim st any ibjppieg poktt
ot railroad station. Onr syitera fr farnisbieg alt
kinds of labor to all parts of the State we eipwt
to make perfect; Per the detail we refer to ear
eireular en labor.
The profits of tb Ceneoar WW be derived (rem
tha ultimate sale of th all 'Rate iraets at laeds
retained, and from the baiMteg up ef vlHage asd
town ia pints adapMd to that aerpese, and Iron
the akilagaf raaaufaoteri aad the genera ifrl
opaeat f the agrieultural aat mineral reseeree
of the State, amlalie from the dWeet me derived
from the supplying of operative.
The basis of our stoelc bti&n the Us4s f th
Company, any iprvjaat of the mutt ejmaa
the value ef the Steele in tbaiawerilio, aad Ifcwo
br ba a safe aad erotuMs iavesieBt t tb
Th priaeipal eee will be la NasavMs.Te
neee. aad ths OsasBaav ders I estaMsH Sib-
ageasies in every eeeaty ia the State. SuWrlp
Uon beeks ara ia the haa4s ef Aasea Nelsee,
Treasurer: FMx R. ChealiH a, feeraUry: aad
Jos. Seodek, Oeneral iwatapwa Ageat. who
ara authorized ta WWII tMinani Dsr t
iteeket th Company.
WKJ, H. A JIViHAH.
Pres. Tee a. 0M. A la.
Ptux R. Cbiitkah. SeVy. Ia19-tr
jECUDSomr & mickey
LUMSDBN. HBDSrif A IIIO'MaT.
BROAl? AND 3LVRI-BT STS.
. i -
HX&Etfi OIL, TA-LLO'W,
FTJES, SKINS, W00I3 )EW!E3ES.
whst cas x pxiasg paid psk
Hides, Tallow, Furs and Vwi
A.TTIER taken ia ss-U-ra fer fIIDB.o
bought fer Cah. '
LIBERAL ADVANCES made es Leallar eea-
signed to thc, to he told es ejtea.