ArroiXTJinvrs of the Tennessee
CONFERENCE roll 1800 nnd '07.
IJasrytlix District. A.'L. P. Green,
McKendree Church and Capers' Chapel:
Eobt. A. Young and W. K. Warren, Super
numerary. Andrew Church and Mulberry Street: C
The City Mission: V. D. F. Sawrie.
Tulip Street and Hobson's Cliapol : Jamos
Trinity and Ewins Cliapol: F. R. Hill.
Kashville Circuit: V. D.Cherry, P. T.
Harpelli Circuit: W. P. Owen, T. N.
Franklin Station : E. M. Bounds.
Goodletsvlllc Circuit : B. F. Ferrell, F.
E. PitU, Supernumerary.
Secretary of Domes tic Board of Missions:
John B. MoFerrin.
Lebanon District. John "VY. ITanner,
Lebanon Station: D. C. Kelly.
Lebanon Circuit: John J. Pittman.
Union Circuit: Jesse J. Ellis.
Shady Grove Circuit: John A. Jonas.
Sumner Circuit: AY. G. Dorris.
Gallatin Station: R. K. Brown.
Goose Creek Circuit: George 'Winn.
Mill Creek Circuit: L.C. Bryan.
Station -Camp (colored) Circuit: To be
GAitTiiAon Disthict John G. Bay, P. E.
Carthage Circuit: James A. Morris.
Cartlmgc and Alexandria Station: B. G.
Zion and Goodhnrwt Station: Joseph B.
Short Mountain Circuit: To bo supplied
by E. Morris, A. Ii. i teams, bup.
Woodbury Circuit: "W. II. Johnson; J. A
Cumberland Circuit,' Matthias Ford.
Snarta Station: B.M.Stevens.
Sparta Circuit To be supplied by B. S.
Cookeville Circuit: To bo supplied by D,
Livingston Circuit: To be supplied by J.
Warlrace Circuit: To be supplied by John
Afcont of the American Uible Society: S.
MoMinnville Dismicr Jerome B. An
derson, P. E.
McMinnvillc Station: J. C. Putnam,
Hickory Creek Circuit: J. G. Rice, P. A.
Manchester Station: John IT. Nichols.
Manchester Circuit: R. R. Jones, one to
be f implied.
Bedford Circuit: J. G. Myers.
Boll Buckle Station: John 11. Thompson.
Tullahoma Circuit: G. W. Anderson, W.
J I. Anthony, Supernumerary.
Winchester Station: William M. Green.
Bellfonto Circuit: To be supplied, II. J.
Salem Circuit: Allen Tribblc.
Fnyottcvillo Station: U. S. Bates.
Fnvcttcvillo Circuit: J. R. McCIurc,
Charles Lazon, Supernumerary.
MiMtFnHBsnono Disteict Adam S.
Rigcs, P. E.
Murfreesboro Station: R. P. Ransom.
Stone's River Circuit: To bo supplied by
G. T. Henderson, and E. J. Allen, Supernu
merary. Middloton Circuit: T. B. Marks.
Unionville Circuit: C. B. Faris.
ShelbvvillcStation: Thomas II.Davcnport.
Rieli Valley Circuit: R. T. McBridc.
Fanninglon Circuit: R. P. Gannaway.
Petersburg Circuit: R. M. Haggard.
CorncrsviHe Station: W. G. Henslcy.
Lcwlsburg and Berlin Station: J. A. Or
innn. President of Soule College: James R.
Hontsviixe DurrniCT William Burr,
Huntiivillc Station: Thomas L. Moody.
Wet Huntsvillo Station: H. II. Rose.
Madison Circuit: M. E. Johnston.
New Market Circuit: 8. W. Barbee.
Vienna Circuit: W. K. Moore.
Limestone Circuit: M. L. Whitten, one to
bo supplied, J. L. Coleman, Supernume
Athens Station: Austin W. Smith.
Lnrkinsvillo Circuit: A. T. Crawford.
Marshal Circuit: J. W. D. Ensey.
Blk River Circuit: IL P. Turner, AVF.
Elkraont Circuit: H. F. Harvey, W. H.
ITunUville (Colored) Circuit: To bo snp
plied. Athens (Colored) Circuit: To be supplied
by Edmund Frarcr.
President Huntsvillo omulo College:
John G. Wilson.
Agent for Sunday Schools: Thomas Mad
din. Columdia Disnutrr John F. Hughes,
Columhia Station: John P. McForrin and
J. B. Hamilton, Supernumerary.
Spring Hill Station: A. F. Lawrence.
Wesley Circuit: J. J. Comer.
ghapel Hill Circuit: W. M. Shaw, F. F.
Faga'n, and John S. Williams, Supernume
rary. Santa Fo Circuit: Wm. Doss, R. G. Irvine,
Mount Pleasant Circuit: Mark W. Gray,
Isaac Milner, Supernumerary.
Duck River Circuit: A. G. Dinwiddie, W.
II. Wilkw, Supernumerary.
Lynnville Circuit: R. W. Bollamy, Wra.
Lawronceuurg Circuit: Edwin F. Lyon.
West Point Mission: W. P. Warren.
Nobo and Williamsport Circuit: Robert
Wavbkdy DrsrnicT R. L. Pagan, P. E.
Centrevillc Circuit: Jno. G. Bolton.
Pino Rivor Circuit: P. G. Jamison.
Yellow Creek Circuit: W. A. Turner.
Dovor Circuit: A.B. Coke, T.J. Duncan.
Wavorly Circuit: Jordan Moore.
Linden Circuit: To bo supplied bv John
Wayne Circuit: David II. Merryinan.
Swan Circuit: Martin R. Tuckor.
Tennessee Rivor Mission: To be supplied
by John Henslcy.
Johnson villo Station: John H. Reynolds.
TueCUMMA DisriiiCT Joel W. Whitten,
TusautuMa Station: J. J. Pitts.
Oburfland and LaGrango: J. M. Lock, J.
8. S. Davis, Sjipornutnorary.
Chiekasaw Circuit: John M. Hamer.
Frankfort Mission: C A. C. Jones.
Russell's Valley Circuit: James H. Rich
ardson. Moullon Circuit: Saiu'l L. Orman.
Deoatur and Trinity Station: W. W.
Morgan Circuit: E. F. S. Roberts.
Summervillo Circuit: Robert A. Reagan.
Valley Station: S. M. Cherry.
President of Shiloh Aoademy: C. H.
Flok.ck .District Tho. W. Wain
ripht, P. E.
Florence Station : John B. Stevenson.
Cvpre Circuit : Thoe. F. Brown, W. G.
State Line Circuit: To bo supplied by
J. M. Whitten.. .
Waterloo Circuit: To bo suppled by
Savannah Circuit : John A. Barbee.
Puluski Station : George I- Staloy, C. H.
RogersvilleandDriskill'a Cliapcl: Josh
Sheal Circuit : Alfred A. Barbee.
RlshlandCtrwiit: John Shenell, A. Clark,
John S. Marks, Supernumerary-
Prospect ClrcuU : John A. Xihompon.
OuuiKSVILUl Dhjtmct. Roberts. Hun
ter, P. K.
Clarksvillo Station: Wellborn Moonoy.
Now Providence Station: John Hughes
Montgomery Circuit: G. P. Jackson, T.
J. 2Cec4y, Supernumerary.
Dicksen (Krcuitt James G. Illnson.
rfatHMffdlrafit: F. M. Feathorn, AV.
Asbury Uiroalt: J. U. Cullou-, G. .
Red Ulver'.Clrcuit: Garrett W. .Martin.
Springfia'd Station: E. R. Saphard, S.
I). Oswnrn, SaiwnufHorary.
binctetd Ctrcnh: 15. T. Hart
Clarksvlllc Mission : Z. M. Taylor.
lWdent Clarksvilte Female College:
JoMfli B. West.
Cmmb Tlains DwTKtcT m. Handle,
Ashland artwll: To besupplird byJas.
Forrest Grove Circuit : To be supplied by
ntul F. Knt'lands.
"Cross Plaltw dreait-: To Iks Mipplled by
u'TTwnr.li nd W B. Keller.
MtehelviHoaroBH: To be snpplied by
Summit Circuit: To be sppliedby J
Crawford an& Meadews.
T ,r.vHn fSrodt: II. J. SUC.
Winia.n TTetM Clreult: Anirew C. Mat-
H.IL ThacicTi transferred lo McmpliU
W. G. Davis, transferred to East Texas
J. S. Malone, transferred to Louisville
M. G. Williams, transferred to Arkansas
Jos. E. White, transferred Jo Arkansas
Confetcnce. i SSt . .
Jno. A. EU'w, transferred to Mississippi
W. II. Browning, transferred to Little
Root. A. Youno,
Setfy Tennessee Conference.
Incorporated by irn Act or Hie General
Assembly of tbc State of TcnncMNcc,
Fn&Hed Mny S4tb, 18G0.
Anthorized Capital, $1,000,000.
20,000 Shares of $50 Each.
One tbetuand chares of Stock having been fub
geribetl, the Company proecoded to orcanizo by
tbcelwtion of tho following Iloatd of Directors:
Mai.-Oen. R0. II. THOMAS.
Mnj.-flen. It. Vf. JOHNSON.
J. W. I'AIIHAJIOKE.
C. C. OIKBS,
AD. M. HKKLEBOWEK.
oryiotas elzctkd nr the boabd:
Ml.-Oen. H. W. JOHNSON. Vice Freiident.
FELIX H. CHEATHAM. Secretary.
ANSON NELSON. Treasurer.
JOSEPH SAUDEK, Gen'l Im. Agent.
mne leading objects of the com-
JL l'ANYaroto encourage immigration to our
State, and to supply the demand for every descrip
tion of labor. - , -They
propose to accomplish the first of these
objects by purchasing land, where suitable water
power cr other advantages may bo bad for manu
facturing purposes; and also by purchasing lands,
in large tracts, near cities, rivers and railroads.
These lands will bo divided into suitable lots or
tracts, and alternate tracts sold to tho immigrant
at or near cost, tho purchaser paying one-fourth
cosh and the remainder in one, two and threo
The Company will also act as agent for large
landholders who desiro to havo tbeir lands colo
nized. ... .
The Company proposes to supply the demand
for labor by furnishing Mechanics.Uardcncrs, and
nil iMurlntinn f laborers. They will secure this
labor by being nblo to guaranteo employment at
remunerative prices in the most healthy and
genial elimate of the world, and they expect to
satisfy the employer by guaranteeing the deliver
ing of the laborers to him at any shipping point
or railroad station. Our system for furnishing all
kinds of labor to all parts of the State we expect
to make perfect; For the detail we refer to our
nlrMilnr nn Inbor.
The profits of theCompany will be derived from
the ultimate sale of the alternate tracts of lands
retained, and from the building up of villages and
tnorm in tilnM nrlnntml to that Tiurnose. and from
the aiding of manufactories and the general devel
opment ot the agricultural ana mineral resources
of the State, and also from the direct fees derived
fmm thft Btititilvinr of nnrftlivfi?.
The basis of our stock being the lands of tho
Company, any Improvement of them must enhance
the value of the stock in the same ratio, and there
by bo n eafo and profitable investment to tho
J'nUUI'Ui UUIVU Will UtJ lu 1IIMU iiiv. .ni-
nessce, and the Company design to establish sub
agencies in every county in tho State. Subscrip
tion books are in tho hands of Anson Nelson.
Treasurer; Felix 11. Cheatham, Sccritary; and
Jos. Saudck, General Immigration .Agent, who
ate authorized to roccivo subscriptions tor tho
stock or the uompany.
GEO. II. THOMAS.
Pres. Tenn. Col. k Im. Co.
Felix It. CiiEiTHAV.Sec'y. jncl9-tf
USED BY THE BEST FAMILIES THROUGII
out Europe; approved by tho Imperial
School of Medicine, Pans; endorsed by the promi
nent members of the American Medical Associa
tion, at their convention, held in Baltimore, May
CONTAINS KO NPIItlTS OP ANY KIND,
NOT INTOXICATING IN TIIE LEAST.
It is prepared in Paris from pure Suerrt, and
admiu in iU composition only Tonic, Arouatic
and Febrifuge substances.
Ladies will find it a delicious substitute for the
various tonics which have an alcholic body.
Is a raro AViuo of most delightful flavor. It is tho
PURE JUICE OF A MOST DELICIOUS
(J RAPE. It surpassed in excellence any table
wine in tho country. Used in Europe for .sacra
mental purposes. Church people are invited to
innuiro into it.
These Wines aro sold by all druggists.
$2 00 per bottle, largo size.
HAVING Sc PENDLETON,
xcpl4 Agonts, Nashville.
THE SEWAJN-tlE COLLEGIATE
AT WINCHESTER, Franklin county, Tennes
see, Is now in full operation, and offers tho
youth of tho South peculiar facilities for acquir
ing athorough English, Classical, or Business edu
cation. Winciikstru i ten miles from University Place,
on tha Scwanco Mountain plateau, and is one o
tho most healthful places in the State.
Board can bo hoi! in the best private familcs, at
815 to 8-( per month.
Tdition varies from 88 to 815 per quarter.
according to advancement.
Communications may be addressed to tho Rcc
Inr ihn llnr. V. i.. KxiniiT. D. D.. at Winchester.
or tho President of the Trustees, Geo. R. Fair
banks, Esq,, nt Wastmllo. Toanwey.
Bishop of Tennessee
Joseph C. Rye,
INSU RAN ANOE
GENERAL COLLECTING AGENT,
Office, Martin PU&ard, Host Sido Public
Square, Columbia, Tennessee,
TS PREPARED TO MAKE ADVANCES ON
1 Catten and Shin te the most reliable Commis
sion Houses in New York. Cincinnati. New Or
leans, and Nashville. Orders for COTTON or
other Produce will rceeivo prompt attention.
CollwlloiiH made, and proceeds remitted
promptly JOSEPH C. RYE.
CAIII OF THANKS.
rpo OUR MANY FRIENDS WHO LABORED
inc of the late conflagration, we desire to express
our grateful thanks. To them wo are indebted
for all mat wajpaveu, aim wo .suau cin "u
their nanio ni friends indeed.
To our patrons, wo would say that our Prescrip
tion Books were preserved, any Prescriptions
they desire repeated en be .Uno by falling at the
Drugstore of Messrs. R. P. JEMvlNS Jfc CO
.iiarum sireei, opwiw u
YARYAN .t CO.
g. ii. surixii,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
OFFICE, No. Cherry street. North
Deadf liek street. Isept 1
R. P. JENKINS & 00.,
WHOLKSALK AND RETAIL
OUI.D RKSPBCTFULLY ANNOUNCE TO
fki. r.i.1 rriB4luxl the ammunitVBt large.
that they Intend eontinHiMB the holesale ami
Retail basinew at No.aa Mnrkrl Strpct, ami
invite Movants in the South to five them a eall
before rrttTOnriBg eewhere, au3 8m
AXEROYD & BOBSON,
N. W. Corner clturrli and II Lett St.,
1LANS. KLr.VATIONS. SRCTIONS. FULL
X Sited Detail 1) ravine
cetnpteteand entire, twkh e-r without soBefinteii
deseo) far every elau vf Ueele(aM(eaI. (Kvfl aad
DMe4te Bultdinc. Aim Deetssen f Mena
mtmA: Stained Otaa asd PetoehrauMtie Dwra
tlM. ' 11. M. AK8R0YD.
W. K. DUlJSU.N.
THE ST. L0IHS HOTEL,
Now Orleans, La.
flMII KI.BflAXT FAMILY 1IOTBL HAS
J Imm auite(y furnUhed throughout, and
wM Mtyoufrr cueU on MONDAY, thelJWi r
Neieajber. It will be eo4t.l on bath the
KerwBcaa and Amtfieon plans, sad wRl'be sndsr
theebarccftf Mr. Jxo. 0. 7.ARSRL9. . .
0. E. HALL. Preprietw.
NASHVILME, CAIRO AND
TMI- WEEKLY BACKET LINE
aIHE ABOVE LINE COMPKISES XllK J-OL-.
LOWING splendid Pajicngcr Packet, leav
ing Nashville duringitho season as followi:
FANNY IWtAPfnEIS, .Ton.v.'T.' Cartwrigiit.
Maser, IcaVes TJashvillo TDESDAYS at VI
NASIIVIIXK. WlLEV Smiis. Master, leavci
Nashville THURSDAYS, at 12 oVlosk if.
TYltOSH, Tea. IlAR'jnx. Msisler, leaves SAT
URDAYS, at 12 o'clock jr.
The above steamers will commence their regu
lar trips on the first Opening of navigation in the
Cumberland river, and cpntinuo.to run regularly
throughout the business season, as per above
schedule, making close connection at Cairo with
tho regular Packets for St. Louis, Memphis and
New Orleans; Uiuing through Ticket to Passen
gers, and giving through Bills of Lading for
Freights to the above cities, and all available way
landings, at the very lowest raU-. Every effort
will be made Wy tho Officers and Agents of this
line te render it reliable and deserving tho pat
ronage of Shippers and the Travelling Public.
CuRBETT k BOYD.
No. 21 Front Street-Upper Wharf. Nashville.
Tennessee. eepll Cm.
i ORLEANS TRADE
Tim .Hnsrniflccnt Strainer,
DR. II. B. SHAW. Master.
DR. T. J. SHAW. CLERK.
Will Commence Making Regular
Trips to New Orleans and allintcrmedi
nte ports, on tho opening of tho season.- The
DAVID WHITE was puurcbased expressly for
this trade, and has been refurnished, re-fitted,
and thoroughly overhauled, and pronounced by
good judges to bo ono of the most comfortable
and substantial steamers on tho Western waters.
She is a Urge sido boat, with a roomy and hand
somely furnished cabin, capable of accommodating
ono hundred first class, and fifty second class pas
sengers. Ilcr capacity is eight hundred tons, and
her accommodations for carrying freight are
unsurpassed. Standing a A No. 1 with the Board
of Underwriters, this steamer commends herself
to shippers of Cotton and Tobacco, while her ele
gant finish renders her highly acceptable to the
The DAVID WHITE will leave Nashville for
New Orleans on the first rise in the Cumberland.
For freight or passage apply on board, or to
8TKATTON, CHENEY & ROY, Agents,
octlO tf No. 11 Broad Street.
Ayer'a Ague Cure,
FOR TUE SPEEDY CURE OF
Reriulticnt l'cvcr, or Fever, nntl -Afjite.
Remittent Fever, Chill Fever, Dumb
Ague, Periodical Ilenilachc or nilloiis
Jlcnclaclic and Billons Fevers, Indeed,
for the whole class of disease origrin
nllnff lu biliary derangement, caused
by ttic malaria of mlnrinntic coun
tries. FEVER AND AGUE IS NOT
the only consequence ot the
miasmatic poison. A great
variety of disorders arise
from its irritation, in
malarious districts, among
which are Neuralgia, Rheuma
tism. ' Oout. Headache. Blind
ness, Tootacho, Earache, Catarrh, Asthma, Pal
pitation, Painful Affection of tho Spleen, Hyster
ics, Pain in the Bowels, Colic, Paralysis, and De
rangement of tho Stomach, nil of which, when
originating in this causo put on the intermittent
type, or become periodical. This " Cure " expels
the poison from the blood, and thus cures them
all alike. It is not only the mostfeffectual rem
edy ever discovered for this class of complaints,
but it is the cheapest and moreover is perfectly
safe. No harm can arise from its use, and tho
patient when cured is left as healthy as if ho hod
never bad the disease. Can this be said of any
vtber cure for Chills and Fever? It is true of this,
and its importance to those afflicted with tho
complaint cannot bo over estimated. So sure is it
to cure the Fever and Ague, that it may be truth
fully said to bo a certain remedy. One Dealer
complains that it is not a good medicine to sell,
becauso ono bottlo cures a whole neighborhood.
Frcpared by J. C. AYER fc CO.,
Lowell, Massachusetts, and sold by
Druggists and dealers every where at wholcsalo
and retail; in Noshvillo by
BERRY. DEMOVILLE & WHARTON.
JPK OPERT Y.
BV VIRTUE OF A DECREE MADE IN
the caso of R. B. Cheatham and others ri. E.
H. Cheatham and others, in the honorable Chance
ry Court at Springfield, at its- November Term,
1S65, 1 will, on tho premises, on
SATURDAY, 3D OF NOVEMBER, 1800,
sell to the higest bidder, on a credit of one,
two and threo years, in equal payments but with
interest from date, that valuable and well known
Iroperty, lying in Cheatham county, Tennessee,
This property is to bo sold in order to close up
an old lartncrship concern, and to make distribu
tion, some of the parties hnving died. It consists
ofsomoThirlccu Hundred Acre ofljiud,
or mure, is well watered and heavily timbered,
and has on It tho above named property. "Syca.
more JIIII," for manufacturing Cotton Yarns,
Gunpowder, and for Weaving, as also a Urist and
Saw Mill, withnll necessary buildings for families,
shops, etc. for nil tho hands necessary to uinnago
the same, nnd is well worthy thoattcntion of capi
talists. North and South, East and West, the wa
ter power being of the finest character, and tho
location sufficient for manufacturing on an ex
It is situated about four miles from Cumberland
river, and about cqu dist.ni between Nashvillo
and Clarksville about 25 miles above the latter,
and the same distance from the former.
Strangers coming by way of tho river, would
perhaps find it mostconvcnicnt tolandat Ashland
City, at the head of the Harpeth Shoal..
Bonds with good personal security will be re
quired, and a lien retained to securo the purchaso
'Five H'irtdreil Dollars in Cash will be re
quired to be paid and any or all of said purchase
money, can be paid and step iiitcrct any time.
MILES S. DRAUOHON.
scplt d.twtd Clerk and Master.
NDER A DECREE OF THE CHANCERY
COURT, wo are now authorized to sell, publicly
or privately, tho property of tho Estate of D. T.
Wo are ready at all times to show persons this
property, and will sell privately upon most rea
sonable terms, and shall have, from time to time,
public sales of the same in tho different localities
of tho estate.
This property extends from Jefferson street, on
South, to St. Cecilia Academy and beyond, on the
North, and from College street, on the East, as far
Wcstwardly as Fort Gillem and the Harding pro
perty, and includes many choice and valuable
Lots, now within the corporate limits of thecity,
having all the benefits of the Hydrant Water and
the City Seheols.
Thegrtt extent of this Estate furnUhes every
variety of location. Persona wishing to be in tho
city with the benefit of the schools and water,
have a large number of beautiful lots tn select
from; and those whose tasto would lead tficin bo
ynd the city limit, and yet be within a few min
utes' rkle of the business part thereof, have a still
larger field in whleh to locate and suit themselves.
Water ean bo bad in almost every part of this
property by wells from twesty to forty feet deep.
TheMeGavockand ML Vernon Horse Railroad
k bow being built, and will be in operation dur
ing the Htenthef Deeetaber next, and running out
directly to the main body of tho property, at
whtah poin it branches, and runs thence lu two
directions nearly through the entire estate, thus
affording in the two directions eligible sites for
lesldenea at all the intermediate distances be
tween oee-h&lf of a mile and a mile and a half
from the PaUie Square, aad en or near the two
lines frf road.
Te persons wishing to build and occupy resi
dences we will offer groat inducements, anil think,
mike it the interest of any who wish-to settle in
er near the city te buy of us.
This propel ty. although so near the heart of the
city, has htea t a great extent kept out of the
market: hut the estate befog largely tn debt, wo
expect te sejl during the next three or four years
a Varye n meant of ft. m that persons buying now
tsar he sure that a sufficient number of lots will
beubposed of te saose the eity te be extended in
Plan and maj ef the property ean at all times
bo seen at No. 3 Cedar street, op stars, and at the
Chaaeery 0uit Clerk's essee, at the Court House.
FELIX R. CHEATHAM.
iop9 tf Acent.
Treppard & Co-
ThU Stove Is? Well known over the
South mid West for Convenience,
Economy and Durability.
So simple and convenient that a child can use it;
So economical, that in coal and wood, you can
savo its cost in a single year.
So durable that many aro now in use that were
made by the subscribers
Twenty Years Ago.
TT HAS ATTACHED TO IT A COPPER
X OOILHR, onntalnlng fivti 1Q , OL ffoll.n., ly
which the waste heat is made available to keep
on band a constant supply of hot water, so sys
tematiicd that each member of the family may
draw from tho fountain without interfering with
Wo make these sizes of the above excellent
Cooking Move, containing all modern improve
ments, and warranted that in every instance, that
thay will give full satisfaction.
TREPPAM) & CO.,
Tin, Copper, nntl Sheet Iron Wnret
American nnd English Hardware.
Special attention given tn Roofing, Guttcries,
and all out-door work, br Mr. F. A. TaKPi-Aiin.
who is admitted by all. to be the best out-door
workman in tho State; there now being roofs in
good repair that were put on by him twenty-four
TREPPARD fc CO.,
augll No. U North College street,
A Tennessee Houe
ir. APPIE tfc CO.,
(Successor! to Davis. Apple & Co.,)
WHOLESALE DEALERS IK
Boots, Shoes and Brogans,
Xo. 141 resl27urdStrect,betweenliace &Elm,
TTAVE RECEIVED AN ENTIRELY TiV.W
1.1. Stock, and will keep constantly on hand a
large lino nt custom maae I'hilauelpbia and
Eastern work, which willbcsold at tho
Lowest Market Prices.
83" Will fill orders for Customers for all descrip
tions of floods, FREE OF CHARGE.
A Delightful Beverage,
A lleallliful Tonic,
An Invigorating Stimulant,
An Unequalctl Specific.
nUIIS WINE POSSESSES ALL THE VIR
1 tucs of the BLACKBERRY, in combina
tion with other medicinal qualities, and is the
most pleasant and efficacious remedy for
DYSENTERY, Etc., Etc.
Ho Family Should Be "Without It
C. II. BALDWIN & CO., Proprietors.
W. W. T0TTEN, Wholesalo Agents,
For sale by all Family Grocers. Druggists
and Apothecaries. jelil-tf
Commission and General
'.177 Ilromlway, ATcw York.
milE UNDERSIGNED EMBRACES THIS
L mcthod.of informing his friends that he has
returned to the city of Now York, and resumed
the Commission and General Agency Business,
and offers his services to such as may require the
assistauco of an Agent in cither procuring Mer
chandise or disposing of such products as they
may have for sale. His long familiarity with
goods in almost all departments of trade, and his
extensive acquaintance with business men, quali
fies him for making purchases upon most advan
tageous terms, enabling him, not unfrequcntly to
buy upon better terms far his customers-than they
could for themselves, if thoy were here in person.
Ho will not only select partial or Entire Stocks of
Goods for Country Merchants, but will purchase
nnd ship Pianos, Sewing Machines, Carriages,
Furniture, and Machinery of all kinds, Medicines,
Books, or whatever else the necessities of Planters,
Physicians. Lawyers, Tradesmen, or ethers, may
require from the great center and entrepot of bu
siness and commerce.
It may not bo amiss to say, in this connection,
that credits arc now moro circumscribed than be
fore the war four months being now the outer
limit, while for many kinds of what aro denomi
nated Staple Goods, Net Cash Prices prevail.
Whero purchasers ranynish to procure goods on
time, or part on credit and part for cash, their
memorandums should be accompanied with pro
per testimonials as to sulrency nnd punctuality,
unless their credit is well established in this mar
ket. My charge for purchasing goods, or for selling
Cotton. Tobacco, or other produce, is two and
oiio-lmlf per cent, I take the liberty of referring
to the undermentioned gentlemen, for many of
whom 1 have hod the pleasure of transacting
References. "Hon. N. S. Brown, and Rev. J.
B. McForrin, Nashville; Hoc. A. Wright, Mem
phis: Thns. Martin. Esq., Pulaski. Tenn; IioS.A.
O. P. Nicholson, Columbia, Tenn.; Hon. R. L.
Caruthers. Lebanon, Tenn ; linn. G. W, Jones,
Fayctteville.Tenn.; Hon. E. A.Kceble, Jlurfrces
boro'. Tenn.: J. M. Parker. Esq., Jackson, Tenn.;
Col. W. F. Dowd, Aberdeen, Miss : Col. James
Brown, Oxford, Miss.: Hon. A. R. Johnson, Ray
mond, .Miss.; Cel. H. W. Walter, Holly Springs,
Miss.: Win. II. Allen, Esq., Jackson, Miss.; Chas.
W. Martii. Eq., Pontotoc, Mis?.; Major J. II.
Turner, C lumbus, .MUs.
julyfi ALSTON B. ESTES.
rpHE UNDERSIGNED HAVE IN FULL
JL operation their shop for Manufacturing Sash,
Doors, Blinds, inside and out, betb stationary
and pivot slats; Moldings, Cornices, Brackets,
Washboards and Cascings. Door and Window
Frames, omamenta! and plain ; Mantle Pieces,
Woathcrboarding and Flooring, dressed ready fer
use: and every discription of wood-work con
nected with building. We aro alsc, prepared to
coutract for Buildings entire, or in part. We have
been at heavy expense in procuring and pntting up
Machinery. 'Mid hope by punctuality anddispatch,
to merit and receive the custom of a generous
Orders from any section of the Southern coun
try will bo punctually filled.
Our Shop is in immediate connection with the
Locomntivo Shops of the Nashville and Chatta
nooga Railroad Company, near the Scwanee Coal
Yard, on Cedar Street. Nashville Tennessee
augX to 1st jan. '87.
JEWELRY, of all kinds.
POCKET KNIVES, Etc I
Watches and Jewelry
Grateful for the patronage we have received fo
a number of years, no trust, by attention to busi
ness, to merit a continuance.
e. l. t arb ox & BRo.,
49 Union street, seeend doer from rbwrr-
FINE TWO STORY BRICK HOrSE.
Jx. betd basetuent. containteg some 10 raus.
being No. 41 South Cherry street, banting SfiU
feet on avid street, awl manlne baek ISO feet to
an alley. The above if very desirable property,
and ooveaient t thoccntreofbajlneis. Terms,
veryllbwal. Apply to
ANDES0N, JOHNSON & SMITH, ArenU.
WLD Pi Depot.
O. R. SKID. TT. H. CHADBOt'ttJTE. J. TOU BU0W5.
(Successors to French & Co.)
Cotton and Tobacco Factors.
CORNER OF CLARK AND FRONT STRHETS
o. c. BOOSE.
A. S. DOBBIKS.
JSO. L. saffabkass.
J. J. PLEASANTS.
O. U. BOONE & CO.,
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 Supplies.
ARCH. 8. DOBBINS,
Phillips Co., Ark. ,
JNO. L. 8AFFARBASS,
Dobbins, Pleasants & Co.,
CottonFactors, and General Commission
124 Gravicr Street, -corner of Carondclet.
F. O. HURT. wc. nurt
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
FIRE BRICK AND CLAY,
LATHS SAWED AND SPLIT,
THREE PENNY NAILS.
And other materials for building at reduced prices
WE HAVE IN STORE A LARGE AND
well assorted stock of
WINDOW SASH, (All Glazed,)
OF ALL SIZES.
Which we will sell for LESS THAN HALF
what they would cost to be made.
Orders for LIME and SAND receive prompt at
tention at LOW RATES, at
No. 21 South College Street,
ppositc Hamilton's Warehouse,
jy2C-3m NASHVILLE, TENN.
TENNESSEE AND PACIFIC
SUBSCRIPTION OF STOCK
IN THIS ROAD
A RE NOW OPEN AT THE FOLLOWING
jL Offices :
JOSEPH XV. ALLEN, Treasurer. iUnion
J. W. PAR3IORE, Secretary, No. 45 Collego
W. T. RERRY, Bookseller. No. SO Public
JOHN P. CAMPBELL, Agent, No. 5 Pub
Will you bear an honorable part I'm this Grea
STATE AND NATIONAL ROAD,
Which will give Nashville Coal and 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 and otukb MINERAL REGIONS
In the world. It will give
00 Miles tlio Shortest nnd Clienpcst
Itou to to 'Sew York, nnd 50 3111cm
Hie Nearest Route to Jlem.
phis nnd New Orleans.
Every motive of interest and self-protection
urges that we should all
Subscribe Promptly nnd Liberally
It is urgently requested that EVERY CITIZEN
subscribe from ono to ono hundred shares, ac
cording to his means, at once. This will insure a
speedy nnd glorious success the crowning glory
of our city and State. jy22-tf.
J. F. CDMMINOS.
E. O. FKAEL,
ISO. 19 NEW STREET,
BUY AND SELL Coin. Exchange and South
ern Bank Notes, and Securities of all kinds.
MAKE COLLECTIONS and Purchase Sight
and Thnfbr3fts, on all accessible points.
BUY STOCKS AND GOLD, Solely on Com
mission, requiring ample margin in alt cases
ALLOW FOUR PER CENT INTEREST
on Daily Balances, subject to Sight Check.
3 Thecorrcspondencoef our Southern friends
s respectfully solicited,
1 LL FAMILY GROCERS. DRUGGISTS.
XX and Apothecaries, who have not this fa
vorite article, should procure it Immediately,
torsaiony w. w. wntss,
Nos. 21 & 13 College street. Nashville.
To Merchants and Shippers.
UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE THROUGH
Bills of Lading will bo given to all points
South, at rates and specifications of Through
Tariff of September 25tb. 1SC6.
THUOIGH HILLS LADING
Will also be givcu for all descriptions of Freight
from Nashville to
All Points on the Ohio nnd Mississippi
Via IS, k N. W. R. It.
This is the most expeditious and desirable Route
far Cottou and all other Freight going North and
West, or to New Orleans via Missi"ippi River.
E. H. KWINO. Gen'l Fr't Ag't.
N. 3c C. and N. 4 N. W. R. Roads.
J. LTJMSDEN & CO.,
MAXLTACTCKItS AND PEA LIES IS
HIDES, .OILS, . LEATHER,
Findings, Curriers' Tools,
No. a SOUTH MARKET STREET. No. O
NASH VI LLE, TENNESSEE.
TO BE SOLD FOB TAXES,
ON MONDAY, 22d hut- at 10 o'clock, s. jr.. at
the Auction Warehouse of Dotlir.
Co.. 1215 boxes of Tobaco, tho property of
Ute.n'i't C IT.L.NOBYELI,Coneoto,
BOOTS & SHOES.
T. D. PHJLLIPS,
OV C0LC11UIA, TE.V!f., WtTU
M1NCKACTUCKRS AXD WHOLES AI.K DEALKB3 IS
CITY AND EASTERN MADE
BOOTS AND SHOES,
No. 432 Market street, belowFifth street. South
Side. Philadelphia. au2-3ii
M. J. MOORE,
OV NUUT1I CAEOLINA, WITU
Hood, Bonbriglitfe Co.,
wholesale dealers ix
Foreign and Domestic
No. 529 Market Street,
(and 5S Commerce eL..)
OFFER UNUSUAL INDUCEMENTS TO
CASH BUYERS, having always in Store
many very De3irablo and Scarce Goods, made to
order by Philadelphia Manufacturers.
Eetail Depot North End Markethouse.
I. 0 E .
Prices Reduced to Suit the Times,
TIIE LAKE KINGSTON ICE CO.
Arc now selling at tho following rates to
regular customers :
Filty pounds or over
Less than 60 pounds. ..
Office No. 5 North College Street.
A SURE CURE FOR DIARRHOEA.
li. For sale by all Family Grocers and
W. W. TOTTEi, Wholesale Atent,
Nos. 21 A23 College street.
HUGH McOREA & CO.,
A; II & CO.,
Cotton and Tobacco Factors,
ST OB AGE,
FORWARDING AND COMMISSION
Market Street, - - - Xusliville
'PHE UNDERSIGNED HAVING TAKEN
JL the abovo Warehouse, will purchaso and
sell Cotton, Tobacco, Bacon. Lard, or any other
Produce, on Commission. Planters favoring us
with their business may rely on getting tho high
est marKei price lor tneir rroaucc. uur cnarges
will be as low as any houso in the city. Should
our old friends favor us with orders for Groceries,
they may rely on having goods purchased at the
lowest market prices. Wo will give our attention
to goods forwarded to us from other cities. Ship
pers may rely on having their goods forwarded
promptly by tho first train or boat after their ar
rival. Our office is on Market street, where tho
old books of HrGit McCbea Jc Co. can be found
by thoso interested.
Hoping for a sharo of public patronage, we suV
scribe ourselves, etc.
fan!3 HUGH McCREA & CO.
We respectfully introduce to our old friends
our successors In business. High McCrea & Co.
who continue tho Commission business at our
stand, No. 23 South Market Street.
Our own office is No. 23 College Street, where
wo hopo all parties who aro indebted to us will at
once call and pay their accounts now due, nnd all
parties who have any claims against us will pre
sent them for payment, as wo wish to close up our
business at an early day.
janl3-tf A. HAMILTON & CO,
WHOLESALE AiVl RETAIL
Fancy Grocery Store,
No. 12 North Cherry St.,
PAND0LPINI & ItlVA
TrEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND A LARGE
J.V and complete assortment of everything in
tneir line, ot tne
VERY BEST QUALITY.
IMPORTERS OF FINE AND GENUINE
WINES AND LIQUORS,
And HAVANA SEGARS. Also on hand the
best CHEWING TOBACCO,
FOR CHILLS AND PEVER!
TJsc t?io Best!
HURLEY'S AGUE TOXIC
Never Fails Always to be Depended Upon
Nothing more reiinbio than Hurley's Tonic
WILL cure Ague and Fever, Chills and fever, in
termittent Fever. Dumb-Ague. Every person
who has tried Hurley's Tonic speaks in tho highest
terms or it. As a curative agent it is unsurpassed
and more certain than qninine. No bad results
from using HURLEY'S TONIC. Everybody should
use HULEY'S AGUE TONIC. Send orders to
HURLEY, RUDDDLE X CO.,
Proprietors, Louisville, Ky.
Hurley' Stomach rtlUorx.
For Debility, Loss of Appetite, Weakness, Indi
gestion or Dyspepsia, want of action on the Liver,
Disordered, Stomach, there are no bitters that
compare with these in removing these distressing
complaints. For sale or can be had at any Drug
Store in the United States, or from the proprie
tors, Louisville, Ky., corner Seventh and Green
streets, to whom all orders should be addressed.
The great Blood Purifier, as a Spring and Sum
mer Medicine stands unrivaled, removes all im
purities rom tho blood, and circs health and
strength to tho system.
Hurley's Populnr Worm Cnndjr.
As this is really a Specific for Worms, and the
best and most pala e form to give to children,
it is not surprising at it is fast taking the place
of all other preparatiots for worms it being taste
less, any child wilj take it.
Orlcntnl Pcnrl Iirops.
For Beautifying tho Complexion, effectually re
skin an elegant smoothness not easily attained by
any otner. lu use among tue lauios m laauiun la
the East, gives it a character for efficacy which
at ones stamps it as infinitely superior for the
toilet of a lady.
Ink! IuUt Ink!
Seaten's Chemical Writing Fluid is becoming
world-renowned for its superior quality. Having
been introduced only about six years, it has be
come the principal in use with those who want a
fine, free flowing ink. nnd for its permanency it is
deetdedly the best ink for records that ean be
used. For counting bouses, banks r schools, it
is un Mailed, and needs only to be tried to be ap
proved. For sale by DrnggisU and Merchants
UUKLHI. UUUUliK J W.. rropneiors.
Corner Seventh and Green streets.
For sale by Berry. Demoville 4 Wharton: J. h.
ir ii. 1 Itt.-r X- P.hl.rr Pnlliam A- MeCul-
lough; Blood Ic Gregory. Nashville and by all
tt . T-r. ftt TOW CTTTTATCn flV T K II 11 J 11
X ground next tne Nasavuip Hirumui,
in five minutes' walk of the Street Railroad
convenient to a splewlid spring, with a beautiful
view of Nashville. To, any person
bniW a neat. hnde (net expensive) . BRJClv
HOUSE, 1 will make a deed to a tot KO by UO
feet, without charge. This proposition, open to
not more than eight Pt" KtRKMAN.
NMhville. Sept ttpl-Ma
PERKINS, SWENSON & Co.,
No. is Carpet, eor
t. v. snssoy.N.Y, latfGf Austin, "ex a.
DICHAED HANCS. VDI. J. FOBTEE.
WHOLESALE GEO C EES
NO. 15 VINE STREET.
West Side, Itetween Front awl Columbia.
FA IB BANKS'
OF ALL KINDS,
Cotton Beams and Frames, '
Cotton,Hay and Hag Presses,
COPYING PRESSES, &c.
FAIRBANKS, MORSE & CO.
125 Walnut street,
ELSAS 13 LOCK.
o. a. r neon,
J3. R. SEBBABT,
PKWGII tt IOWES,
Importers and Jabbers oi Foreign and Domestic
White Goods and Notions,
NO. 131 lt.VCi: STKKET,
Between Third and Fourth Sta., ElsasNcw Block.
J0II.Y V. WATS03T.
JOS. l nEE(l.
WATSON & BERG,
No. ISO Jlaee Strut, Cincinnati, O.
xr W. II INKLE. FORMERLY OF NASH
YV . villo and Louisville, is with the abdve
house, and will be pleased tb see and wait on his
mends ar.d acquaintances.
H. E. BE ID.
MORGAN, BEAD CO.
READ, MORGAN & CO.,
WHOLESALE DEALERS TN
BOOTS AND SHOES
138 Race St., bet. 3d & 4th,
OEfl. B. WEIDLEB,
a r. cleXkay,
WM. CLENEAY & SONS
For the purchase and sale of Cotton, Tobacco,
ilour, urain, i'oric. naeon, l.ard. jieinp,
Whisky, (irass Seeds, and all kinds of Pro
duce, and Dealers in pure Bourbon
iV. E. Corner of Second and Vine Streett,
Agents for "Sunny Side." "Broad Gunge."
"Legal Tender." "Homo Comfort," "Anderson's
Choice." and MagnoliaMills XXX Family Flours.
43 Liberal Advances made on Consignments,
- ar27 d iwem.
A. X. SACEET.
A. W. PCOH.
JOIOf WYMOTE &CO.,
(Successors to Wynne, Jones & Co.,)
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
Foreign nnd Domestic
No. S9 Pearl street, between Vino and Race,
B. M. BISHOP.
W. T. BISHOP.
B. II. BISHOP,
It. M. BISHOP fc CO.,
NO. 36 MAIN STREET,
JOHX T. TOOTE.
J. M. NASH.
S. M. MDBPIIT,
FOOTE, NASH & 00.,
Nos. 17 and 19 West Columbia St.,
LIQUORS AND WINES.
DEALERS IX GEXUIXE
It Oil CRTS OX COUNTY,
BOURRON, KIT, ANDMOXONGAIIELA
W HISKIE S.
Proprietors of tho celebrated brand of Orange
" SPENCER HOUSE,"
CORXEll OF FItOXl AND BROADWAY,
L. A. PRATT, Proprietor.
TVTR. S. JOHNSON. FOR TEN YEARS CON-
ivJL nccted with tho Burnet House, is now
with tho "Spencer House." and will bepleascd to
see his many old and valued friends throughout
mo &outn. marJJ-avn
Cigcws, Liquors cmd
No. 21 Public Landing, Corner of Sycamore,
B. W. TASSOX,
Late of Coehran. Wasson iTalbutt.
' J ESSE H. TAI.EDTT.
Late of Paris, Ky.,
JESIE W. PA3E.
Late of Nashville, Tenn.
WASSON, TALBUTT & PAGE,
Successors to Coehran, Wasien A Talbutt,
Manufacturer's Agents for the sale of Bagging
General ComiulHsiun nml I'rcxItirA
And Dealers in Flour, Hemp, drain. Seeds, Wool,
Also. Exclusive agents for the sale ef .1. H. Tal
butt x to. ueiebrated l ure topper w b Wceys,
from Paris, Bourbon County, Ky.,
No. 30 VINE CT, CINCINNATI, 0.
Jas. A. MeAHistcr A Co., Nashville. Tennessee
HughMcCras A Co.. , "
Evans.FitaA Co " "
r i.i n..u VT- T
Taylor. MeEwin. Duke 4 Ce- Memphis, Tenn.
M. VT. LEWIS, D. X. OSMIXtMRE,
a. b. whtT,
ei Arxauas. nesiuaay.
Lewis, Comingore & West,
SO 31 PERDIDO STREET,
And hV3 West Third street.
BY VIRTUE OF AN ATTACHMENT
diraniMl and ,Iivl A ma f.m tl.. linn.
orable Olreuit Co art of DavidMti musty, Tenn,
I will expose to PUBLIC SALE, to ifae high
est oiaaer, on rucanny, tne sniu imu. tne
fftllowisg praperty, to-wit : Cooking Stove and
Fixtures. Tables. Knive and Forks, aad all ne-
oary arttetes pertaising and belonging te tha
Doiiocona Saloon, on Cherry street. Colon
nade Building. K. K PATTERS')!! Sheriff.
iiy Ji.U. WlllTWOi.Tll.l'. tfBertn.
ED. WHDEE & CO.,
TOBACCOS AND CIGARS,
5ZP tis t vsi wy if gj-
G LASS WARE.
rUrAV REMOVED TO OUR NEW
And SpaemtK Warehouse. Marble Front,
lYortli Side of Main street,
NEARLY OPPOSIiE LOUISVILLE HOTKI
ONE DOOtt HELOT THE OOBNEB OF SIXTH,
Where ire have opeaed an entirely new Mk of
God, and will offer to tbe trade, together with
DRUGS AM) MEDICINES,
A varied assortment ot
Druggists' Fancy Goods.
Liqttors, Cigars, and Tobacco,
CmprMns the most complete asMrtBteat In
one houfe in tbW eountry. All ef vrbteh we
shall offer at manufaeturers', tul less than raanu
fasturers prieas. manB dly
WHITE'S GREEK SPEINGS
Twelvo Miles North of Nashville.
rpHE NEXT SESSION WILL COMMENCE
JL oa Monday, the 3l orScjitciulHT. The
retired nnd healthful situation affords advantages
for study, unsurpassed by any plaeo in the State.
l rio of boaru, tuition, vrasning, met anu itgnis,
S1SS ner session of ttrentr weeks, navabla in nd-
vance. The students are required tn furnish their
own towels and bed cover, including suects aim
pillowslips. aulO tta
TIIE BOCK CITY
UNDER THE SPECIAL PATR0NA0E OF
THE CHAMBHR OF COMMERCE, leeoted
in the Union and American llloclc, over
Mr. J. T. Ltos'3 store. Cherry street, A aabvllle,
The CousaK or Isstbhctios is eminently
., I ,T . - I . . . ,L t" 1 ,
inorougu anu pracucai. so as to uianc iuh oiuunu
perfectly familiar with tho details and general
routine of Counting-room business, as conducted
by the best mereantilo houses of the country.
Evebt Student before graduating will un
dergo an oxamination by a committee of praetioal
Book-keepers, appointed by the Chamber of Com
merce, of the eity of Nashvillo fur this purpose,
whoso certiSoate attestingbis ability to keep a set
cf books by double-entry will be nn indispensable
condition of his receiving tho Diploma of the
The Requisition or this Valuable Art is
held to bo a matter of such moment, not merely to
the literary and professional man. but also to tho
merchant, that though forming no part of the com
mercial course, it has been deemed in harmony
with the character of a commercial college, to
institute a course of instruction in it. which the
student at his option can avail himself of, con
vinced of its ability for his own special purpose.
ProSeieney guaranteed in five lessons.
The college is in perpetual session. Rooms open
from S o'cleek in the morning til! 9 at night.
Particulars as to terms, etc., furnished on ap
plication as above J. T0V8LL,
ant Sm IPrineipal.
TT7TLL BE OPEN FOR THE RECHPTION
IT of Students, in all Departments,
3IONDAY OP NKlTEJlllKR NEXT.
T. C. ANDERSON, D. D.. President.
R.BBARD. D.D., Profeser Ancient Languages
B. W.MoDONNOLD, D. D., Prof. Matheraat-
JULIUS BLAU, Prof. Modern Languages.
J. W. BOYD. A. M., Prineijwil Preparatory.
The course of Study is extensive and thorough,
and the Trustees are determined to make the
University what it was before the war the lead
ing Institntion in the South.
Tuition Fees. SIS to 3 per Session.
Boarding, for all Departments. $1 to $6 per
Ii A IV SCHOOL.
HON. R0BBRT L. CAR'JTHBRS.
NATHAN UREEN. L. B.
HON. HBNRY COOPER.
COURSE OF STUDY IN THE LAW SCHOOL
Jp.nioh Class. Carnthcrs' History of a Law
suit; Walker's Ameviean Law; Stephens' Plead
ing; Kent's Commentaries ; Story on Promissory
Middle Claim. Story on Bailments; Story on
Ageney: Story's Equity Jurisprudence; Story's
Equity Pleading i Ureealeafs Hvidenee ; Criminal
Senior Class. Story onCenfllet Laws; Angell
and Ames on Corporations; Lomax on Executors:
Parsons on Contracts; Fourth Kent reviewed;
Tuition per Term..
The Univeslty, before the war, numbered aboat
live hundred students on its Annual Uatalouge.
Oood Buildings for all Departments have been
secured, and tho new buildings will be ereeted
A II I. l AM.lt A S.11J1
Oncns first Mondav in Stentember. elssM lost
Thursday in January. Spring Terra opens first
..lonuayin rsoruary; and eioses last inursuay
in uune. lyn tejant
Important to Travelers and Shippers
i.ouisvir.i.i: a the east
GREAT WESTERN RA1LVAY
Is now in full and successful opo-lAlon
From, Cincinnati to New York Itotm, kc,
And Is the only direst route to the
Oil IScgioiix or PciiiiHylvuiiIn.
Connections nr. uiule with
Jefiersonville and Ohio and MUtitMppT Railroad,
vta oeymour, Jeavnonvllle aad iBOMBapsMs and
Cel. Rrallraad, via L'rbaaa; Lnoinrille and Lox
i . i L'..t.L r'- i tr .. it i -; ri -
cinnati ; U. S. Mail Lia Steamer via CtaeiBBati.
Two Tlironcli Tmlnit Daily.
Passencrs br the ltro-ad Oasre Railwar seere
wide and eeafsrtable ears, qulix. time, and sure
TbrMfh Ttekets and Baggage Cheeks ess be
prurr4 at all the principal Kallrad ud gteam
boat offieers to LuviHe ami theSesth.
D. MehAUES. (Iea'1 Sup't.
K. F. FULLER, Oenl TWket A cast.
T. D.Chle. Passenger Aceet. t N.9t Fourth street
Wx.Coluee. Freight Ag'nt, Ltttville. Ky.
TTew Dental Eooms.
Drs. Blackburn & Hawley,
tbeir friends and the public,
that they bare secured the en
t rally located Knnmt. earner of
CI1KRRY AND UNION Streets,
i a--.-, i aius, uurmerly oeautHeil
by Dr. Kcssell.) where they wHI
be prepared to berfarm all kiadt af
DEN'TAL WORK, bath apatlra
and raeebaniaal. is ibe moot au
provnl atyles and at the LOWEST
RATES. All work warranted.
Teeth xlrtcted by appttoatiaa
of tke new Freastogleeess.whieh
rrnmimr ill kmlAfM .. . t n r I . n
So ttlrn Cnurco far eperulioas by the new
OarlBttratsMtj are of tbe newest and best
pattern, and we soliet a lhare of puVBe patronage,
D. R. B1ILKT, C. V. OHDWAT,
Formerly of Maury to. of OUes county.
jAiim v. caeset. t. b. tAMrti. '
of Williamson county. of HcntsvUle, Ala.
B&ILEY, ORDWiT & 0.
JSTos.5 and 7 BroatUSt,
NA.SIITI M.E. TENNE.SJ5EE.
TK MKQ I.BAVK TO R8TURN THANKS
U, our frteeds fr tM varr Hbanil Ml af
patronage bostowed npe er bettsd ta Mtt
seasas, and woaM say tlut. krtavg eHrrgBitor
faUities for STORINtt COTTON, w are now
premred to give every attestie to the STOKOlf.
BALK AND SHIPMKNT OF ALL COTTON
oar friendsraay entruot t uur ear. W awsafcu
that even- ert will be wed to etir IM Very
IIK31IEST 3IAKUET PRICE, wktfir
Mid her or in othrr aanrkets.
WiH make CASH ADVANCES as all CaMMW
otb- rroducRshippetltous. Otr TRRMS SH.U.1.
ALWAYS BR AS LOW AS ANY OTlffcR
JAMES 31. CARSET AND W3I. T.
SAMl'I.ir will give their aadivUsil attaMsiaa
to the Cotton Departanat. and wilt titiriti evtty
nerve to make it to the iatwast of Flaateta to
We will at all tiases keep a fuH steak f St -ries.
Bagging, Hop ami Twtoe. aad all gtadat M
Flour for sale at the lowest pries.
WANTEO. We wiah to CBrW wa(4aUjad
nn washed WOOL, FKAT11 RRSAND ptlSb
FRUIT, and will always give tho RST PKICBS
MAII.EY, ORDWAY t CO.
FaiiC3' F!or! Fancj Flour !!
We wilt kwi' nHMtaatly oa bud. by thm liaali
barrel or ear load, II. VAUtlllN .V CO.'S Mto
brated LOCIvLAN'i) MILLS FLOUR, wbica w
will warrant in every imtonee. wa wHt ah kBi
several ebcr Ureud of Ptaor. wMab wa alar to
tb trade at the LOWEST CASH VKiOiiiK
Do tent will do well to examine wr rtM- Wr
BAILKY. ORDWAY .t C.
lG A CO.-
IN THE TRADE AGAfflf.
NOUTII.Vr.ST CORNItR OF TOI.l.IN.It
AND Sl'RI.NO KTRI1ETN,
WE ARK NOW KRCBIVINV AND HATH
' in Stare, the Mfewfetr ktnta ad frai f
Krtment af Oreeeries, wbiah w wtn seMramtrt
50 hbds Sucar. aH anutoj.
an barrels Rained Saaart
93 " and kea Syren
m " Pure Aw-ta Vtoaaaai .
WO " Ftour. MaaMNvWa aThl'Stof-
50 " Wbrtky. aM aanaaj
50 " Prlflto Iaf ImOt
S8 kess ilo it isa
380 paekagas Tikaiam
4fO bags prima CMKmt
00 kegs NalT.
200 boxes Saap,
WQftt) Clgans, a aomplala aanttmsntl
3$ tiereas eh-Hae Smiar Oh4 Hasta;
With all ether artWas In tbe
SI E ,11 0 V A Ii.
BEJEN & THAXT0E
HAVK THIS DAY
REMOVED TO T1II1IR I.ARC2E AND
NO. 50 SOUTH COLLEGE STRE17T.
HRRK THKY WILL BK HAPPY TO SKK
their oW friends aad eaatoBiars. aad nwil
avail themselves of tha p remit eppertoaHy' of
returning manKS lor lua noerai saare oi patrtH -rage
herelofcre bastewed upan this Baase. Aad
thay bone by their Balanced fiMiliitos far Siarac
ami Sale of Cotton. Tobaeto, aad rbr jjSwnlfjr
Produee, to merit a aaaitauaaoe af the sins.
Tliey will mnkc liberal Cnah ml vniicc
on Cotton, Tobncco, nml nil l'roiluef.
connlsTtiol to tlielr core.
Their terms will always ba as tow as any re
sponsible house, hr or aaawhara.
They will at all times keep aa baa-la Ml awi
complete stoek of
GROit'ERIES, AND I'ROVISIONN,
M'bUh thay will gnaraatoa to taa Trade In eVy
instonee. at the Itwoot Murker RuIcm.
JtKIN A THANTOJf,
? Xa. JO Saath CaMaaa atat.
COTTON MI) TOBACCO
No. 5 SoilSIi Market Street,
A. l. smith. Loein aaaBly. Kaaiaakf.
tros. rAREBH, lata V. J. A T. Paskr.
A. B. 9TAEE, Tusaaleosa, Atoaaaaa,
HAVINO TAKBN"tHI ABOVH WAKH
HOUSK. weara ptoaaretl to ita a UesHrm.
CeramlMTOn Buiinwi. Mai wiH keep eowtaaaV
oa band a large supply at
C'RAIN. lite.. Etc.,
Far taa Tfade at LOW PKICX8.
Speafot attaBtton bvr to fofwatrsW " 'k'
IViimIivIIIo Cotton Market1.
Ill, a generally adwittad (act that Mm pata aaw
adopted is Taaaem satos at saUtog at AKtaa
reserviag the privitoga of rajaaling la best kft
net MtMsaatary to tbe ilaator. km atvea umw
sattifcetian. and aaManoty aaaaed Pntlaaa to
Sell Higher than Any Other Jlothod,
and baHevitw that this will prate aaaaily aa -
factory la Cation a Taaaaau, .Veasttk, Wmm.
Parkas & Stark, af Xiwavilto. TaM.
ceneluded to adopt Ibis pl.
ITf ADVANTACJIW ARE NUMEROUS.
It draws togetbar all Ibe Bayer In AU aad
many outer marKau. ike anmaaitiiaii Mmi
whom iasaras taa blab ait Market BfWe tor ailli
bale oBerod. Jtora aato at katara tke bjn
that ha ran sae it earxlitiaB. wish a uwtJ,
urawn, asawiag im iuuiiy.
- The owner either m perma, or Ihniuea
bis ageat. bo ibe right to rajeat HM sale wltoH
tbe priea t Bat Mtitaatory.ea
These advantage are Btruril to ika "--- -
are semrail to Mm lTntor
w af seiMajc a ttadar tit aW
al toiMaaakm gkren to M
this srateta is araaf ifcat Mmm
b laat m Ve Wi.
wiib ibb sasie axiieaae ar sefMac a uadar to aM
syHeca. lae uatvarMl ta
wba bare ever lastod I
U par exeeUeeee Ibe I
A NAI'E, HI'EED Y AND ElTllCTIfAI.
ITJSVICR 32 VGJUIC,
0 raRPABBB BT
it. a. itom.v.sosr, a oif
Far sate by IlruaglsU genetoit r.
JOHN OHLY, .,
Pr actical T a Ltox,
Has penaaBaaaly h naaul at
NO. IS NORTH CHERRY STKllKT,
He has Just rteeived freea New Yask oaeoftoi '
finest STOCKS 0V GOODS ever braaiat to tbe
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