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UNION AND AMERICAN.
J. O. GRIEPITH & CO. ally 88 Seml.-Wcckly $1 ; "Weekly 82- , THURSDAY, VAKCM 35, 189. The JTeraM and Sun, of New York, both -warmly advocato the appointment of lloraco Greeley as Minister to England, but it is re ported that ho has intimated to tho President that.Jio wants ino,offico whatever: A fine specimen of red tape turns up occasionally in Washing ton After President Lincoln's as saesinatioiva soldier was placed on special guard duty in front of Sec retary Seward's house. Though Seward has gone, tho faithful sol dier (Still continues his perambula tions, niusket in hand, in front of the Seward mansion, on Fifteen and a Half street. Tr isolated thai tho first 'discov ery made by tho new sergeant-alarms of tho United States Senate, s that his predecessor had tho names of seventeen men on his pay-roll without tho authority of law. This is another evidence of tho corruption of tho party in power, especially suca 01 tnem asaro con nected with tho United States Son ate. Some body discovered that thoro was a law forbidding tho appoint ment of a Postmaster for one town who lived in another. This was regarded as estopping Grant from appointing his friend Foulds, of Covington, Ky., Postmaster at Cin cinnati. Tho discovery was hardly promulgated before Foulds "picked up his traps" and moved over to Cincinnati, and isnowa resident of that city. The telegraph says the census statisticians for 1S70 have figured out ono hundred and seventy thou sand as the number of inhabitants requisite for a representative in Congress ; and this, it is said, will give 270 as the wholo number of .Representatives. Under it, Tennesseo will prob ably be reduced in hor quota. Well, the fewer the better of the kind we have. NASHVILLE UNION AND AMERICAN, THURSDAY, MAUCH &5. 1869. TiiElvnoxvillo Whiff states that Andrew Knott, Esq., has been ap pointed United States Marshall for East Tennessee, and that Mr. D. II. Nelson, tho present clerk of the State Senate, is likely to be ap pointed Assessor of Internal Reve nue for the second congressional district. The J'rcss and rfrcrahl states that all the postmasters on the 1 inc of the railroad between Knoxvilie and Bristol have been removed. This presages a clean sweep, and all incumbents had as well fix up their papers. Neither Jtovcrdy Johnson, a Democrat, the Minister to England, nor John P. Hale, a Radical, the Minister to Spain, give satisfaction to tho .Radical press in their diplomatic behavior. The former is objected to because he conducts himself in his intercourse like a polite and cultivated gentleman and not like a boorish snob and bully. Halo is condemned because he did not join in the revolution to over throw the government of Spain, and hound on tho rabble after the Queen with a latter-day Fourth of July "reconstruction" speech, after the style of American Radicalism. The Cincinnati Gazette (Radical) thinks that Senator Morton's reso lution that a majority of any State Legislature, though it be not a quorum according to the constitu tion of such State, shall be sulTnicnt to ratify an amendment to the con stitution of tho United States, would be declared illegal by the Supreme Court; and therefore if the ratifica tion of Indiana shall be needed to complete the amendment, it cannot be made sure in this manner; and ifitshall not be needed, it will be un necessary to introduce this novel principle hy which the Congress shall assume to say what con stitutesa quorum in a Stale Leg islature a matter which tho State constitutions havo hitherto regu lated. Radicalism runs so wild oc casionally as to startle oven the most radical of its organs. a ;i:iim:ia uu-iii.dx ni.ns.vi io.v Tho New York Tribune publishes the following tolographic dispatch ' Ati AS'Ti, (J;i, March It". About threo miles from H.irnctt a .Station, where ii month ngo the I'cl.el took possession of a railroad train, another band of Ku-Klux on Sunday niftlit prowled about until daybreak, commit., tirj" numerous outraces on colored t.oo- jilo They beat eleven ff eedmcn almost to death, Iracturetl tho arm el one, nnd shot another quite dead. They whipped, most cruolly, a bright mulatto girl, only sixteen years old, and, when insensible and almost dead, four of the fiends in succession outraged her person. ' Wc have her' a very lair illus tration of the despicable means to which resort is had to aid the project of remanding Georgia to a provisional government. The Au gusta Chronicle and Sentinel pro nounces this dispatch a falsehood manufactured out of wholo cloth. That paper states that "a railroad train was never captured on the Georgia road; there were no Ku Klux out on Sundaj- night, the 1 Hh inst. ; there were no frccilmcn beaten and none killed ; and no 'bright mulatto girl' outraged." This eficctually disposes of the .story of tho Tribune's correspond ent. Jiut tho story of the outrage will go where the refutation will never be heard of. The man who eent ofl this dispatch should bo .punished severely, for he is little better, if any, than an assassin. CORKTJPXroSpX THE SESiATE. Mr. Lawronco, of Objo, made tho following charge in tho debate on the Indian appropriation bill, in tho Houso of Representatives on tho JlOth instant : " Treaties have been put through the Senate when thcro wero not six Senators present. Every man who participated in a fraud of that sort is unfit to occupy a scat in any deliberative body; I wish ' to God I could reach the Senate, aad' tho cars of every man in the country,1 until the Senate should be compelled to pay some heed to the voice or the people, instead o squandering their money." Tho Cincinnati Gazette (Radical) says: ""Will the Senate stand that? Will it refusd to prosecute members of its own body against whom charges of corruption aro oponly made ? "Wo Bhall see Such pros ecution as tho Gazette calls for would involve shining lights in tho Radical party, and it may; there fore, bo safely assumed that no no tico will bo taken of tho grave charge made by Mr. Lawrence. Tho Gazette insists that " tho Sen ate, as a body, owes it to its dignity and to tho American people to in vestigate the frauds and expel tho rascals." That is truo and to tho point, but tho Radical Senators will not see it in that light, and so the rascals in that body will continno to ply their vocation. THE C1V1I. TENURE LAW. The Cincinnati Gazette (Radi cal) expresses tho opinion that " a suspension of the act relating to tho tenuro-of-ofllce, instead of a re peal of it, would be as improper as the suspension vof tho . act which excluded an importing merchant from tho office of Secretary of tho Trcasurj';" and that such suspen sion "would be to take the de fenseless position that tho act is right, and that the present Execu tive shall not be held to it." Col. John "V. Forney writes from Wash- ton in one of his " Occasional " letters to tho Philadelphia J'rcss that " there is hardly a bureau that does not feel that as long as this law stands no real reforms can be carried into effect," and that "to adhere to a law which, when passed, no body believed was intended to be kept beyond Andrew Johnson's calamitous rule, looks vastly liko a desire to set itself against the public will." Forney here refers to the Senate, of which ho was Secretary when this law was passed, lie now declares that "the popular judgment is clearly on the side of unequivocal repeal." His intimacy with the Radical Senators enables him to state that the tenure-of-ollicc 'aw Avas passed only with reference to Andrew Johnson. It was feared that Johnson would turn Radicals out of office and appoint Democrats, and this new expedient was resorted to to prevent him re warding his friends, and now it is feared to give it up lest Grant ap point his particular friends to tho exclusion of Radicals who demand tho offices as a reward for partisan services. RADICAL Will ON RANT. Grant's first battle in the late war was Belmont, and the prospect is that in his now position of President he will have occasion to remember Ilarrisburg with no better satisfac tion than Belmont, for it was there where tho Radical war was opened upon his administration. We have heretofore mentioned tho fact that Gen. Ivnipc, a Democrat who was among tho first to respond to Lin coln's first call for troops who fought all through tho war, and won the rank of Brigadier General by meritorious service, had been removed from the Postoffice at Ilarrisburg, Pa., by Grant, and that a babbling Radical had been put in his place. The Ilarrisburg State Guard, the acknowledged organ of Gov. Geary, shows what sort of man has been appointed to super sede this war Democrat. In its issue of the 17th inst. that paper says " The people of Harrisbur? were dis gusted, insulted and outraged last even in?, by the announcement that (leorge Horner had been made postmaster, and vc now obey a popular demand by en tering a solemn protest in the name of the Itepubliean masses against this ap pointment. (Jen. tlr.int and the Post master (icneral could not, had they de liberately set to work to do bo, have of feted the people of Ilarrisburg a greater insult than that conveyed in this appoint ment, which, wo prediet, will do the Republican party more harm than any thing tho administration could' possibly perform. Several prominent and reliable Republicans have appcalod to us to rail a public meeting to protest against this outrage. This we decline to do. If such a meiling is to bo convened, let it be done by tho riirhtkinil of men putting their names to a call, and thus vindicate the manhood and independence of the Republican party, whose victories for prineiplo have too long been used as sources of prolit by greedy demagogues We fulfill our duty to tho masses of the Republican party of Ilarrisburg, whose organ we are, by thus protesting against this ruensuro of wrong and insult to them which is involved in this appointment.'' TnE Press and Times, stiiid; with one of the "smart" sayings of that splendid and specious talker Henry Ward Beceher, in which ho represents :i newspaper as a win dow giving mon an outlook over the world, adds And whenever we pick up one of those gill and vinegar papers which arc too numerous in the South, and whose mis sion is to utter a prolonged growl at Re publicanism and progress, we are re minded of a window whose shattered glas is replaced by brown paper, old hats, and dirty pillows. Our neighbor looks through eyeballs steeped in "gall and vin cgar" when ho sees such papers. The representative pross of the South docs not seek to obstruct healthy " progress." Its opposi tion to what calls itself " Republi canism," is tho resistance of light to darkness tho very blackness of darkness, whoso light is as darkness." GRANT'S 'CONCEPTION OF ' rThoisuTircmo authority.- of layri over tho highest official's over tho humblest citizen, is tho safeguard of free, constitutional government. It is extremely doubtful whether Gen. Grant has any conception of this.grcat truth. - CertainlyJits acta as President do not inspire a hopo that ho has. In tho military pro fession ho oboyed his superior, and that idea ko carried far boyond its limit. Ho wont with Mr. Johnson on a lour, against his will, ho said, and becauso he was ordered to do so. But neither a President, nor any other officer, can force a subor dinate to do anything out of tho lino of his duty. So, ho took civil offico as an ad interim Secretary of War, urging tho same excuse for doing so, to his party frionds. But tho President cannot lawfully order a military officer to do civil duty. This extremo notion of implicit obedience to a superior, without re gard to legal duty, is more danger ous now, when Grant ceases to havo a superior. Ho now fancies his will is to tako its courso with out an' obstruction, and evcrj'body is to 3Tield implicit obedience. When ho appointed a Secretary of the Treasury, contrary to law, his idea was that tho law must give way. He sent a messago to Con gress asking them to mako an ex ception in favor of his friend, A. T. Stewart, tho very man to whose case the reason of the law fitted exactly. In tho case of revoking pardons issued by his predecessor, ho proceeded upon tho idea that his will was supromo. In his adminis tration, this Avill be his theory, lie is now without an official supe rior, and so cvciybody should yield to him a3 promptly as he did to his supbriors. Of law governing tho officers of the administration, inde pendent of his will ; of law as an invisible superior governing him we believe he has now no concep tion at all. T11K ItlOHT SI'iniT MANITFAC! HIKES IN HIE SOUTH. It is the duty of tho Southern people to develop the resources of their region. None will deny it. The soil teems with riches, cereal mineral and of textile fabrics. The last is the greatest perhaps tho staple cotton. It is their duty also to invite the attention of capital to aid in this work ; to extend induce ments to it; to exhibit tho ad van tages they possess; and to solicit the energy, the experience, and the skill of the world to assist. Their Northern fellow-countrymen, witl whom the' held a manly contest havo these artificial means. Thov are bin hlv iavored in litis respect no people are su perior to them The owners of the earth and the raw material, and tho possessors of wealth and trained labor in manufacturing pursuits arc citizens of a common govern ment. The past and its strifes and hatreds should bo buried. They aro to live together, and they shoul work together. An alliance of en orgies can be made agreeable and profitable to both. All this has been often said and better said, but cannot bo said too often. The an tagonisms of political opinion be twecn the American people should not retard enterprise, or repress the development of their industrial re sources. Speaking for tho portion of the Southern people whom we claim in part to represent, we have felt it proper to say this in sincere reciprocity of an article in th Washington Chronicle of a late date an extract from which is appended That paper will atone for much of the pestilent political heresy it has disseminated, and the wanton mju ry it has inflicted, if it will con tinue to write thus sensibly about matters non-political. If it can succeed in directing the surplus capital of tho North, and the in dustry and skill of her thousands of experts to this section, we can underwrite that the South will re coive them on liberal, courteous, and hospitable terms , and will not begrudge the credit thtftcomcrs de serve, nor the profit they earn. The article referred to was chief y devoted to cotton manufacturing, and will be found interesting in its statistics, but its spirit is wholesome and catholic, and applies to every species of industrial enterprise. It says : Wo earnestly desire to impre.n upon our people the vital importance of ex tending cotton manufacture in the South. Tho great advantages of an ample and sure supply of the raw material right at the factory door, of unsurpassed water lower in the localities most favorable to the enteipvise, and ol an abundance of the kind of labor needed for it, actually begging for employment, must commend themselves forcibly and convincingly to the minds of our moneyed men of the North .Millions of capital are lying idle to-day iu our Northern cities for want of s-uflieient inducements, or are seeking sato and profitable employment, knowing not where to find it. Lot tlieso millions be applied to the ixtcnaion of railroads and of cotton fabrication in the Southern States, and an impetus will be imparted to the producing capacities and general commercial operations of that section that will unfailingly mark the dawn of a new and br Hinnt era t!i le. The pros perity of th. - nth means the prosperity of the Nuiih ..l.-n, and whatever wo may contribute tonurd bringing about that happy result lor the former will return to us four fold in divers way? . The dearth of complete and reliable statistics relating to the extent uf cotton manufacture now existing at tho South prevents us from laying beforo our read ers exact data either as to the number of mills and spindles, the quantity of cotton annually fabricated, or amount of capi tal invested, but, thanks to the zeal and perseverance of the National Associa tion ol Cotton Manufacturers and Plant ers, (an admirable and valuable organi nation, which we design to speak of as it deserves at a future day,) we are enabled to give almost complete results. According to the figures furnished by this association, there are now eighty t-'ix cotton mills in operation in the South ern States. These are distributed as -ibl owb : '., i , I . "I s,Pia' I A'e i Cottonl States. I Mills. I dies. 1 yarn. I spun. Virginia ItT E6.C60 15 4.0.0.000 N'thCarolina 17 21,219 10 3.537.000 b'tn Carolina 6 31.5SS 13 4.174 100 Georgia 3) 69,782 12 10.864.000 Alabama . 8 25.198 17 2,820,590 Mississippi...! 6 8.752 3ML 1,457.000 Texas ) 1 8,528 W 1.372.1C4 Arkansas 1 2 921 SXA 258.400 Tennesseo j -10 - 13.72) 10 1.847.200 Kentucky ) 3 6.2(51 10 1 1.075.00J It will thus be seen that tho eichtv six mills run 215,000 spindles altogether, and work up 41,500,000 pounds of cotton a year, which is csrtainly a most en couraging start, taking into consideration the condition of the country and tho de pressing consequences of the failure of crops in 1SGC and 1S67. There is amplo room for an indefinite increase of the number -of mills named, and an inviting field for investment. If the North withholds hor capital from the undertaking, the South will be sure to get it in another way, and we might just as well securo tho profit and the credit in the transaction as others. Like railway extension there, it is simply a question of time; but, -as we have before remarked in the case of the railroads, we most earnestly desiro to see all these things pushed forward to .con summation now, because there is really no good reason why action could not bo taken at once, the way being open and the times ripe for it NEW ADVERTISEMENTS COW LOST. A SMALL, MEDIUM SIZE, YELLOW OR Borrel Milch Cow. witb some while spots about the bead, under jaw, neck and belly, thin in order; hair shed off about the neck; sharp horns and long tail. Left my house in the city Wednesday, 17th ot March. Will pay a liberal reward Tor her return, or for informa tion so I may find her. Apply at mar2S dtf THIS OFFICE. Seed Corn ! Seed Corn WE, WISH TO BOY A CONSIDERABLE quantity of pure white Seed Corn, and will par a fair price for the same. Farmers having such are respectfully requested to bring or send us samp es at occo. KliKA, SMITH A CO.. Grain Dealers, mar iw 31 bouta maricet tireet A M US 3MCjE Iff T S. jTJOTJOlSr SALE. WE WILL SELL THIS (THURSDAY) morning, March 25, 1SG4, commencing at 10 o'clock, a fi.no lot of Staple and Fancy Dry U003S, Keady-alHde uiottung, uats, taps .coots, ouoes and Notions. ORUNK. DODSON Sc CO.. jnar25 It Mo. 53 Market Strett THIKD IiW Of the LARQE (Spring Opening) AUCTION SALE Of Dry Goods, Clothing. Hats, Furniahin uoods, notions, 1'iecB (loads, etc., etc., by AI.IIF.KT A- SF.F.MAX, NO. 27 I'lTlil.Il) SQIMIIF., THIS (Thursday) MORS I. NO at 9W o'clock, Ba on hand for bargains, iu the goods lire to be sold without reserve. N. B.-Another fine LUNCH will bo set at 11 o'clock, to which our I' ltrous aro respectfully invited. inarch it Clothing ! Clothing KIRCHER & ATIENER, Nog. SI mill 5:t South JtlaikeL Stret-I W70UL1) CALL THE ATTENTION OF I T their patrons and tho public generally to their large uml complete slocu 01 J-a!tinm:iul NIMClAtJ AND .NUJ1.11KIC CLOTHING, Together with an elegant afsortment of (Icn tleuicn s Fui'nirfhing Goods. and a line of beautiful CIoIIin. ('online. VeNilngN uuil 'ii-iliiiiTw. which will bo made up to order, at snort notice, una in tli most approved st lei. Boys' and Youths'' Clothiny A fine as.iortment in store, which aro offered at low prices. Call ami examine our stock mar253m K1HCUEK & ATiKNER IV ANTE 1) SU U ATI ON U A R 1 EN E I A SINGLE GENTLEMAN, A PRACTICAL J:. uardtner. (landscape.) blorist and Fruit Urowcr. desires a situation to practice bis pe eulmr skill proiersiouaiiy, Addre.. 11. 1IU1.STKEN. In care of 0- l'atterson. Esq., uiarZllw" bykesville. Aid. SPECIAL AUCTION SALE Thiii-Htlny Horning, Murcli 25, AEATMAN. SHIELDS .t CO. will close a X large consignment of seasonable, staple and fancy Dry Uoods, to wbicb will be added u .- , r f : 1 1 l .. .. i' t 'l ' -: . . , UUU 11I1U .illlllUCI Jt I' ui Hindus "UU xiim niinclloods. Uats. uure Irish Linens and Va rieties. to make an attractive sale. mb24-ts WAITED. AOuOD JOURNEYMAN BOOT AND SHOE Maker, without family, can find a eood dace and fair wa?e?. by applying lor particu ars at THIS OFFICE, to go to Prospeit, Giles county. mans iw TO FARMERS! Pure Rawbone Dust for Fertilizing. '1 HE OBF. VTF.ST MAMTKF. KNOWN. JTE ARB MANUFACTURING. AND AL i r way keep on hand n largo stock of Pure nawbone Vast, put up in barrels, t arm era will find it greatly to their advantage it they will give it a trial. For full particulars for ninir, apply to J. F. O'SHAUOHNEJsY A CO.. febl72m Umee. No. 34 .Market street. Cash for Cotton Seed. Farmers Save Yonr Cotton Seed. We will pay the Highest Cash Price for Cotton Seed, arid furnish bags to ship in all seasons of the year. J. F. O'SnAUGHNESSY & CO. marH 3ji HI Nonlli 3Iarli t si root. COW FEED Any amount of Meal Bran can be had at the Jackson Mills, South Market street, at 60 cents per 100 pounds, delivered in any part of the City. le20 1m J.'BFFH W. nORTO.M. O. P. ll'ROBERTS Ilorton, MclloJjerts & Co. Southern Agricultural Warehouse, Nos. and .70, NO I) Til 31 A K If. K T Nl'ltt: F.I Reapers and Mowers, Clover and Timothy Seed, Two-Horse Wagons, Tenn.and German Millet Seel, Threshers and Separators, Kentucky Blue Grass Seed Horse Powers, Hungarian and Red Top Seed, Corn Shelters, Plows of Every Description, Tocrtlicr Willi nil IiIikIh of 1'lt'lil anil (Jiirdrii NwiIn raarll'tf r. t D. f. WITHOUT A RIYATi! THE DIXIE FARMER. Am Illustrated Weekly Taper. Devoled (o llu! Farm, the (larJen, and the ilonawiolil. ib ruBUaaxD bvirt TaassDiT T.' Columbia and Nashville, Tenn TEKMS-13 A VEAR. Ill ADVANCE. Thk Dixib Farusb is the only Weekly Agricul tural paper in Tenneitea, c.- in the entire South, and is eiual to the best. Addrosi, HIT.VTKR Ml'llOLSOiV, my9 tf Columbia. Tenn. 1 &&'. Notice lo8llowCaine-ln ItHiikrniilnv 'PHIS IS TO OIVE NOTICE THAT It. 1 BarncjCel.l, Thomas, li. Neal, William Johns, II. A. Johnson. James ung. Jr.. T. J Smith ami Thomas Virrett, itizins of WiHon coun'y. Tennessee, have filed in the office of the Clerk of this court their petitions for discbaiffo. and it was thereupon ordered by the court that a hearing bo had unon the tame. Mi the 10th I)y of Aiirll. 18B9. at the hours of ll'f. UJ. 4. 12 y.. 12f, 1, 1'4 and VA P- respectively, at the office ct Hceiiter, in the Courthouse in Lebanon, Tenn., nnd that all creditors who havn 'nrntnn debts, and other persons interested, may appear ni mm uuja piacc, anu mow cause, it any they have, why tho prayers of said petitions may not be granted, and that the second and third meetings of said creditors be had before at said time and place K. K; CAMPBKMj, Clerk U. S. Uist. Court Middle Diet. Tenn. mar23 Tuesdays 3t SPRING MEETING OF TSE Blood Horse Association, CtOMMENCIMO. TUESDAY. MAY 4. AT 1 the IVasUvtlo course. FIRST BAT : Tuesday, 4tli Slay. FIRST RACE. Green Stikk For three year ol A3, that have never run in public, prior to the 1st of Februa ry, ISCa. Wile beats. Subscription $25. p.p.. Association to add $200, five or more to fill. SAME DAY. Association Purse. $250. Mile heats. All ajes. SECOND IIAY: Waduesdaj, 5 1 li May. FIRST RACE-: Mieciunis' Swkb. For all ages. Two mile heau. Subscription 50, p. p.. Association to add 750, Gvo or more to fill. SAME DAY. Association Purse, $25) Mile heats. All ages. THIRD DAY: Tliiirmlny, Gtli May. FIRST RACE. Cuubrrland Staki. No. 1. For three year olds. Mile heat . Subscription 25j p. p. As sociation to add $300, five ormore to Gil. SAME DAY. Association Purse, $25). Two mile dash. All age?. FOUIITII DAY: Friday, 7th May. FIRST RACE. Association Purse, $100. Two mile heats. All ages. SAME DAV. Association Purse, $400. Mile heats, three in uve. aii ages. Firr DAY: Saturday, 8th May. FIRST RACE. CUMBERLAND STAKE NO. 2.-For three rear nlila. Ttvn rnlln h,.i, R,K.n.;n,:n ' " .......... uu.,ji,uu .11, p. p.. Association to add 8100, five or more to uu, SAME DAY. Association Handicap Puise, $200. Mjle heats, For all horses that have not won durinp thi meeting. Second horse to have $50 out of the purse. Horses to be handicapped the day pre ceding the race. Alt entries must be made and weights accepted as announced by the President of the Association. .Half the money offered in Purses, will be given for a walk over. Entrance for Association Purses, five per ceui. ah stages 10 name ana close tue jst day ot April, YV. II..TOIINNONT, VrehU R. B. CHEATHAM. Sec'y. lebaj-tf BANKS. WHIRLWIND. HM1IS CELEBRATED THOROUGHBRED horse will make tho present season at my stables, near the Hermitage, at fifteen dollars lor common mares, and twenty-five dollar! for thorouebbredi. For particulars see bills. Mar oh leit at Lupt. i tuier a stable. College street, will bo sent to him, and any information required will be Kiven. T. U. TKUANOK. Nashville. March 23, 1ST.9 Jin. BROWN DICK WILL MAKE THE SEASON OF 'C9 AT MY T T stable, terms same as laat year. For par iiruiara see niiis. Icb2:;-lm B. F. COCKRILL. JACK MALONE W1L1 MAKE HIS THIRD SEASON AT f r my btanles. TERMS Una Ilniulrcil Dulli.rv. t'.m ditions same as last year, which, with pedigree anu penorniances. win appear in nis bills, feblC3m BJ W. O. UAKDINO. mUE DISTINGUISHED TROTTINO STAL. JL lion, IUUI will ftand the present Seanon at Fair View Stock Farm, three miles from uaiiaun. near isashville I'ike, at $MJ tho sea son. navablelst Julv. 18G9. In case of fnilnre. the mare will be returned the next season gratis. Special attention will be given to mares trnm a distance. Uood grass luruished gratis, ana grain lea at medullars peruior.m. . F. CHEATHAM. margtf Suit. Fair View Slock Farm. AmiiMil Sale THOROUGHBRED STOCK WILL TAKE PLACE AT BELLE MEADE. 1 1 April ii 9, 1 8 G 9, Consisting of two year old Colts and Fillies, sired by Lexington and Drown Dick. Also, a fino lot of vearllnesbv Jack Malone and Brown Dick. This is a fine opportunity for every one lu uiaKe a reiecuon ot tue xnosi approveu ana fashionable stock of the country. In addition to the above, I will offer a few mernugnDrea itiares. Aiderney nulls and lien ers. Berkshire Pigs. Leicester Lambs, etc. Pedigrees furnished and terms made known on day of sale. The above stock to be sold to the highest bidder without reserve. !cb2o tds W. (. HARDING MECHANICS TAKE NO TICE W.R. K. Brown insured for $2,000. It cost him $44 80, He DIED and "The Nashville Life" paid the $2,000. mar2iuf I.. V. I KltltY. Agent. WHOLESALE CLOTHING B. H. COOKE & CO. JIANCFAlTTCKF.ItS OF Wholesale Dealer.s in rci:AiY-7tiAii: CLOTHING No. 70 Public Square, (Next door to the City Hotel.) maris 2m N AHII VII.l.i:, TKNAT. J. UORUON, I. P. RANKIN, O. N. OHO (VAT C. V. OHDWAY Gordon, EaDtiii & Orflway, KINUt'lCTURLRS AND VTUOLKg iLK 1IKALKK3 IN OJLOTJrIIlSrG, GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS, TIUINKN, VAI.ISKN, I'.T4'., No. 4 luu Illoolt, ll'itlillc Niiure, NASHVILLE, TKNNKSSKE II AVE JUHT Ol'KNKD A FULL AND I J choi ftocl: of ly It 23 Mil (iOODS, onhirh the attention of tho tride U respect. filly invited. fcblStf NATIONAL BANK, Naslirille, Tenn. IrvESIQNATED-DEPOITORY OF THE J United States and Fiscal Agent for the State of Tennessee. CnpUiiI Stock intd In .....250,000 Surplus or Con tliiKcntFnutl, 47,000 A. Q. S ANF0RD, Pro. J. C. McCRORY, Cash'r. R. O. JAMISON. Assistant Cashier. dco!2sply. Third National Bank OF NASHVILLE, TENN. S'rociCIlOLO-EKft i W. W. BERRY. M. BURNS, JOHN K1KKMAN. EDGAR JONES, D. WEAVER. CUAS. E. UILLMAN. DAN'L F. CARTER, EDMUND COOPKK. ALKX. FALL'S KSTATK. DUALS IN EXCHANGE, GOLD AND SIL ver and Government Securities. Drafts drawn in sums to suit on London, New York. New Orleans. Cincinnati. St. Louis, Louis ville, Memphis, etc. O-aO anil 10-40 bonds always on hand for W. W. BESRT, Prenidcul, EDGAR JONES, Cashier. JOHN KIRKMAN, Vice President. apr27 ly Our policies all NON-FORFEITING. FOR SALE OR RENT. g. RITTEIi, MERCHANT TAILOR, No 21 Church Street, HAS JUST RECEIVED AN ELEGANT lino of OeiitK-iuru'A iirofH Gooiln, hmiwi niu ujHitu ui' iij uruer, in mo uiezi. and moat finished style, at the lowest possible Jphiis fill Un, of every variety, wade to or er on the shortest notice tuarlM 2w' The WIDOW blesses LIFE NSURANCK marS) tf 1.. V. I'ER R r. A K ru t. H. H. THORNBERG & CO., UEATj kstate IMMIGRATION AGENCY, umco: ?4 flortJt tlierry Mreet, COLONNADE BDILDING. Houses rented and Collections made. mr!7 3m To Pay Charges. r WILT. OFFER FOR SALE ON TIIK PUB L lie Square, in Nashville, on Saturday, trio loih of April. 1H. ONE BUGGY and ONE EXPRESS WAOON. to pay expenies of repairs. O. C. OOVEKT. Nashville, March 15. lSC9-mar4 3t FOB IRIEILSrT, DYELLINO HOUSE, On South Summer street, corner of A.h. havin all the modern improvements Gas, Bath rooms. Range, with hot or rold water. Apply to W. H. COLHOUN. Iebl8 tf Tor Sale at a Bargain, MY OLD HOMESTEAD, IN SEVENTH Ward. South Nashville, boundary on Washington, Jefferson and Pearl streets; con tains nearly four acres, a desirable garden spot. Good buildine and Cne water in the yard. Could bs divided into valuable building lots. L. U. LANIER. janl3m TBI 58 and CO S. Market st. STORE AND WAREHOUSE POIl RlflNT. HE LARGE, WELL LOCATED AND JL well known Store and Warehouse, southeast corner of Church and College streets, lately oc cupied by Messrs. TREANOR 4 CO.. will be rented on roasonable terms for the year ISO). Apply to jan3 tf CnKATIIAM. WOODS A CO. A NOTHER SUPPLY PEACH BLOW POTATOES, for sale low by fcbSl-tf POTATOES. OF No. 1 CHOICE ju't received and DICKEY A SMITH Cor. Clark and Front streets. AT THE m mm, auction, AND PRIVATE SALES MART, No. 20 Cedar Stroot, "Porter's Block," WILL BE SOLD. AT 12 O'CLOCK. MON DAY, the 5th of April. 1SW, the follow ins described property, tie 80 FEET FRONT ON DEADERICK. ST.. immediately east of and formerly constituted part of tbe Planter's Hotel lot. Said lot is an almost indispensable adjunct to the hotel, and judging from the readiness with which all tho buildings on Deaderick have been rented, we may conclude that a row of suitable houses bullion this lot would be immediately sought after and rented. Said lot is bounded on the north and east by alleys. FEET ON NORTH CHERRY STREET' adjoining the Commercial Hotel on the north, and being but one street removed from the Public Square makes it desirable for business. HOUSES AND LOTS ON BROAD ST.. near the residence of Mr. W.L.Brown. Said lotj are 25 feet front by 175 deep, more or less, to an alley, and are well adapted to the wants of men of moderate means who desire to make safo investments. TERMS 3,0,9 and 12 months, without in terest, lien, 1st and 2d notes secured. At our auction sales of real estate no bj-liid-ding will be countenanced. A collation will be provided for the occasion. II. (1. SCOVEL. u:h23-tds Real Estate Agent. The Nashville liife can do your business safely cheaply promptly. mar20tf JKO. SI BASS, Pres't. REAL ESTATE BROKERS. Arlington, Farrar & Weakley 70 MAXIVKI.I. lltllSK, liuirrli Nlifef ) T AVE FOR SALR CITY. EDGEFIELD XX and Country Property. So. 5tl Frame Cottage, No. 21 Porter strett, near N. and C Depot, with 4 rooms, at $2,M0 cash. No. 08 Elegant Brick Residence on Park street, fronting btate Capitol 9 rooms, at f),n cash. JVo. 7 One rtory Frame, near the Tunnel, at $1,000 cah. No. tin Two story Brick, corner Broad and McLemore "fkes TiasiTORT" lot 8nlyrti teet, at $is,uxi. J. 100-DonbIo Brick. Nos 211 and 213 8. Alarket street. 4 rooms each "rnti tkbito- BY"-at5.UXlfor both. No. 129 Three story Brick Store, No. 60 liroad street free tehsitury' at 12.(00. No. "Rote City Inn." corner Square and Front street, lot 2u by 175 feet, at $12,000. A 1 no 125 Houses and Lots, and 2iO vacant lots in the city, rating from 52 to 3-500 per foot. KUGEFIEI.n PROPERTY. No. 10 One story Brick, 10 rooms, on Rnsell, near roster street, in tineconamon, at s,vuu. No. 27 One story Frame on Gallatin pike. near lunp street, wttn a rooms, at IV"). No. Ji Une story Frame, with 4 roams, on Wxtson street, in rear of Episcopal Church, at So,44-One story Brick, with 3 rooms, on Wiiml and street, near Oak. at 3.500. No. 41 One story Frame, corner Kussell and Barrow streets, with b rooms, at 50.000. Iu. 4a One story Unek, with 4 rooms, on Sutherland street, at Sl.OuO cash. A lo 30 other Houses and Lots, and 200 vacant lots in Kdgetielil. at Irom to J. 10 per tout. COUNTRY PROPERTY. No. 10 Farm of 210 acres, 12 miles on Gallatin pike, well unproved and very rich, at 875 per acre: or win exenaoge lor goou city property. No. as 115 acres, well improved U miles from tho city, ncarli. and N. II- It., at No. -1.1 1..7J0 acres. 10 u,ilea on Hyde's Ferry Pike, and on Cumberland river, at Jlo j.er acre. No 7I Neat Suburban Residence, with 12 acres land. miles on Uillsboro 1'ikeat gb.OOO. No. I'-iO Elegant Country Residence with .'13 acres, j miles on 1'orter l'ike. at SI5.0. 0 No. 128 Eleven acres choice land 'A mile of the N. and 1). Depot, Near NoUusvillo 1'iko, at 3.310 per acre. No. 1471,00 acres, highly improved, adjoin- inc the Hermitage, at 75 ner iitrn. No. 150-3 tracts of 300 acres each, somewhat iiapruveu. o 141103 mu vuuriuna rise, ai c.4i nar acre. No. lli 100 acres, improved, 12 miles on the l.enanon rise, at s.hi per acre. No, 11,(00 aorea. improved, 16 miles up the lumuerianu mvcr. very ricn. ai tier acre. No. 54' 3.000 acre., in Alarion oounty, on rail road toTrecy City, at 50 cents per acre. Nos ."IS ant! I3S 2 tracts of acres each. improve!, and very rich, v miles down the river, at Sin Per acre. No. 03-250 acres, somewhat improved. 17 miles on tho E. and Ky. R K. $l,nno ca?h for tbe wnoie. Besides tho above, we have CoO other f.irms scattered through' Tennessee and other State?, which we can sell very low. Please call at our ouice and gel .Bulletins giving lull descriptions of all our property. Our terms aro "so sile.no CJURr.K when not made tbrongb our Influence, un!e4 lha owner sells at a lower figuro than on the books, in which caso we would charge one half commission. NOWI3inKIIMTOBDT. fel9jtf 'Rrri-r-i kn!rt3r a mr -om-tKf DAILY J-.I1VJE. STEAMERS TyroneNashville, TaKBrnananii' John Lnmaden. ONE OF THESE FINE STEAMERS WILL leave Na3hville oally (Sundays excepted) at 4 o clock r. u., takin; First and Second class Passengers at REDUCED KA.XJES, to St. Louis. Chicago and all points on the Missouri river: also to Memphis, Napoleon. Vicksbunr. Red river and New Orleans; and signing through Bills of Lading to all tho above points. Freights taken to all available points on tho Arkansas and White rivers. First CInss Tickets to tho following points, including state-rooms, without meals: To St. Louis . ... 4l0 Cairo . .. c Mcmphis.................... o New Orleans.. . IS Ticket to tho following 5 Seootul CIivnm points: To St. Louis Cairo.. Memphis. new urieans.. 10 r or freight or passage apply on board or to IVM. tiUVU, Ag L, 41 and 42 Front StreoL HARRISON 4 SON. jan27 lm W. A. PEEBLES. 1 1 i M t xjutraAXJHS Anu J0BBKKS IS ; WHITE GOODS, LINENS, HOSIERY, GLOVES, , . NOTIONS, ET.? ETGi, ' 37 Public Sqiiare, NASHVIIii:, TEJSar. 'EV6TINd"0URSELYE3wEXCI1U5IVEI.Y TO THE ABOVE LINE OF GOODS. WE aro ALWAYS prepared to offer advantages, to the trade they cannot get elsewhere. mati3 tf COWAN & CO. WEAKLEY Sc WARREN, uauricrosER3 aso wholssale axd bethl deilezs is FURNITURE, MATTRESSES, ETC.. OFFICE AND SALES ROOMS, Ko. 8 NORTH COLLEGE STREET, ian31 3ra Factory, Cor. Broad and High Streets. DRUGS AND MEDICINES. HARRISON & SON, 15 and 10 Front Street, FORWARDING AND COMMISSION MFEOHANTS, St amboat and Rallroart Agents, BOAT STOKE DEALERS. TIIROJJUU BILLS OF LADINO IESUED TO all tho principal Northern Eastern. West ern an.1 Southern cities by rail and water. Itcgnlur Weekly Kmltliluiid nnd Evansville Packet, iJ'tlE FINE STEAMER Fan JL nr JUrnmlel-, Capt, Dss rt Miller. Master, KittRodd,. yierK. wiu leave nasnvine everyanHHiHi tive and close connections at Evansville with regular Louisville and Cincinnati Packets, in surinEspeedy and reliable transferof freights to above points. Orders for freight solicited, and reasonable rates charged. For freight or passaKo apply on board or to HARRISON i SOit, A (tents, n"rl7tf ,, lnt street RAILROADS. CHEAP FREIGHTS ! "irR0M THIS DATE UNTIL FURTHER X notico The Virginia and Tennesiee Air Line WILL TRANSPORT FRIIOHTS i'rom NcwYork to IVaBli vllto A3 FoLLoara: First Clasf. lvo lbs $l 30 Second Class. 100 lbs- . 1 05 Third Class. 100 lbs 55 Tourth Class, 100 Ibi 80 WE ARE DETERMINED TO DISTANCE C0MPE1ITION: :. K. EVANS, fleneral Eastern Agent. maiOltn 1S7 Ureenwich street. N. V- ErQEFIELD AND KENTUCKY un EvausrillCj lleiidcrson A.VD Nnsltvillo lwjiilroatl. ON AND AFTER SUNDAY. MAY 10. lSfl?. Express Train will leave Nashville daily at 2 p. in., and arrive at llopkinsvillo at i. m , making direct connection at Memphis unction with Memphis and Louisville railroad line for Memphis. Vicksburg. New Orleans and all points Southwest. iiiH.sonj;cr I'aro unit Freight BiiIpm iih Imw im tbe l.utr . II- L. SHEPHERD. (Icneral Superintendent. Nashville and Chattanooga R -A. I LBOA D. O PASSENQER TRAINS LEAVE NASH- aj vine daily, as follows: Day Possencer .- Arrive Chattanooga Might rasiienger Arrive Chattanooga- ...6:45 x.v. ..S,ca r. 11. .6:00 r.. a. M. Roth trains connect at Chatttnooira fur Knmp. Selma, Atlanta, and all points South. Passenger for WnNhtURrtoii I'll jr. Raltl moro. llillnlelliln anil Mew York, as well as all points in East Tennesseo and Vir ginia, will make direct connections through by taking tbe 6.00 r. v. Train out of Naibville. THIS IS TIIK NIIOKT KOUTK EAST. Fare xs low as any route. Baggage checked through. Palace Sleeping Cars on night trains. SUELRYVILLK ACCOMMODATION Leaves Nashville ..............Jta3 p. M. Arrives at N.ishvilla 10-.00 A. M. Passengers for McMinnville and Manchester. Winchester and Alabama or Jasper Branch Railroads will take the Day Train out of Nash ville. J. W. THOMAS, W. L. DANLEY. Superintendent. . T. Agent. ianl tf Nashville and Northwestern RAILROAD. LEAVE NASH- 9 PASSENGER TRAINS 1-1 ville daily, as follows : ilay rassenger. Arrive Union City Arrive UicKman Memphis. fasjenger . Arrive Memphis... Arrive Hickman -.. 7:00 a. u. .....10-.3) r. v. 12:00 u. 3:10 p. u i-.-JO M. 30 A. X COPARTNERSHIP NOTICE. HAVE THIS DAY ASSOCIATED WIT1T me in the Drag basmesi, Mr. J. Bonllae; HaUUnx, late of Spring, Hill. Maury county, uu niu cuaiiuua luouusiaea ni mo uia stana. corner of College and Union street, under the firm name of DORTCU k UADDOX. 1 would return many thanks to my friends and the pnblie generally for their liberal patronage heretofore extended to me. and will endeavor to merit a continuance of the same to the new firm. All persons indebted to me will confer a favor by coming forward and settling promptly. Feb.19.lSC9. NAT- F. DORTCH. KIT. T. DORTCH. J. BOWXIXO R.IDDOZ. Late of Spring Hill. Tenn. DORTCH & HADDOX, DRUGGISTS, Corner ot College ami Untoa Street. NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE, TTTILL KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND A V large and completestock at lowest full prleco, or PURK DRU03. MEDICINES. Paints, Oils. Varnishes. Dye Stuffs, Window Qlass. Patty. American and imported Co lognes, Handkerchief Extracts, and Pomades. Combs, Brashes and Toilet Articles generally, in endless variety; handsome Toilet Sets, Vases and Cigar Stands. xTXIS Si TEAS. We claim t have the most superior Teas ever brought to tbismf rket. Also, best Cocoa and Chocolate. l't;rar njiri Tobaccos of tho finest brands. Fino Wines, Brandies and Liquors for Medi cal use- A large assortment of Laadretb's Garden Reed on hind. Also, Manufacturers of Dr. A. Q. Ooodlet's nollt'K'.N VEUKrAHI.K PANACEA, for the cure of Coughs. C0IJ1. Costiveness. Dys pepsia, Liver Complaint, Disordered Stomach, and the best Blood Purifier manufactured. Tbe Panacea is prepared with great care un der the personal supervision of E. E. Ooodlet. an experienced druggist, and son of tbe late Dr. A.U. UoodteL. Read tho certificate ofT. J. Wilson, of the firm of Vf. J. Wilson A Co-, dealers in stoves and tinware: Mr. Nat. F. Dortch Dear Sir: I have used Dr. Uoodlet's Honck's Panama for twentyyears, and conscientiously believe it to be one ot the best 'remedies ever manufactured. I bare used it for Dyspepsia in its most aggravated form up on both myself and wife with the most gratifying result. 1 regard it as a most excellent remedy to prevent tbe return or chills after they are checked. I have found it to act admirably upon tbe liver, stomach and bowels, removing all ob struction. For coughs and colds it is unsur passed by any remedy I have ever used. In short, I regard the Panacea as the best family medicine known. 1 would earnestly advise tboso who are alilicted with any of the diseases for which tho Panacea is recommended to give it a trial, firmly believing that they will be ben efitted thereby. Yours respectfully, feb21 tldeZJ T. J. WILSON. UNDERTAKERS. J. W. IvIiVIUK.O, (Successor to W. R. CORNELIUS CO .) UNDERTAKER AND DEALER IX METALLIC BURIAL CASES. onico No. IS Nerlli Clierrjr ftfrerf, NASHVILLE. TENN.. ATTENDS TO FUNERALS IX TilB City and Country WITH FIKST-UIsASS I SIM It MILS GREATLY at REDUCED P RICES. The Alemnnis rassenger train makes con nections at Humboldt and Memphis for New OrlenliN and all important point? moihIi and Moniimi'si. Tbe day train makes the most direct rail con nection lor Cairo. St. Louis. Chicago and the weft. The Memphis Passenger makes close connec tion for Paducih. IJotn trains connect with Palatial Steamers at Hickman for point? North ana boutn. Tickets for eale&t the City Transfer Office. Maxwell House, and at the ptashTilleouid Chat tanooga Depot. A. L. LANDIS. Oen. Agent N. A N. W.K. R, W. L. DANLEY. Oeneral Ticket Acent. Ianl tf Louisville and Nashville R A 1 1. J& 0 A B wiNTKit scirrcniTr.F, 'no. 'iintii:vrinio janiiaky jii, mao, Trains will ran as fallows : Leave Nashville 5:30 A. M. 0:30 P. M. Arrive at boumille um-.a. 4;!o A.M. ilotb Trains make direct connection at Louis ville with tho Jcffernonville Railroad for St Louis. Chicago, Indianapolis, Cincinnati, Balti more. Washington, Philadelphia, and New York. Atoming lrain trom nashville connects with United states mail line rteamer3 loavinz Louis- villo at4:iu p. if., connecting at Cincinnati with earlyraorning trains East, lnaia checked txom rtasnville to fat. i,uuis, Ubicaga, Cincin nati, and all principal Eastern citios. ir The HMO p. M. Tiain from Niuhril.o .loos not run on SIJUDAk. (Jallatin Accommodation Train leaves flails- tin at Ht'Jii A. A1-, arriving at Nasbvillo at IIMS A. AI. Returning. Icarea Nuhvilla at 3U0 P.M., an. I arrives at (lallatin at i20 P.M. Oen'l Superintendent L. 4 N. K. R. marl Iv SPECIAL ATTENTION CUVE.V TO Disinterring, Removing and Shipping. MR. CORNELIUS HAS KINDLY FHOF fered to attend any funeial with me when requested by any of .ur friends. mariutf J. W. KIMUKU. R. H. G-ROOMES & CO CITY UNDERTAKERS AND DEALERS I METALLIC BDEIAL CASES. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. THOMAS L. DODD, (Late of Glasgow. Ky..) ATTORNEY AT LW. N. 9 Cedar St., Nasbvllle.Tean. REVKREXCE3 Cooke. Settle i Co., Nashville; D. H. Young A Co Loaiiville; Members of the Bar at Ola? row. Ky.: Robt. Murrell, Commission Merchant. New York. jasS 3m. GRANDE NOUVELLESI THE FRENCH EMPRESS HAS COME down to Nashville, at 1. 3ravlllr Hair Ntorc, where everjlody can tee her with the best aortmentof Hair Braids, Carls. Chignons and Wigs, better made and cheaper than in any other establishment in the city. Also. Hair Jewelry. Perfumeries. Combs. Brushes, Soap, etc, etc. Coine ami Nee lor YonrseSve. P. S. Private Room for Ladies' Hair drtu -inir and Children's H&ir-cuttinr Gents' Wigs made to order cheaper than in'V New York city P. QllAVILliE, 25 North Cnerry it, cor. Bank Alley. Jn20 3m A CARD. T0T HAVING INCOUR3K OF ERECTION Xl a Tailoring EstablisbmenUfand no prospect of any J and having no goods to dispose of at a small advance on costl To gentlemen furnish iog these goods I would say. tbit I will Bx then up In tho best style and atpriees to suitthme hard times. Not having the means to procure foreign talent, and being vain enough to believe that (bavig cut most successfully for Mr. Sam Pritenitt for over ten years.) I have native talent of my own. and will devote my best energies tosniTall wh may favor me with their patronage. By-the-by, I have soenrad tho services of a professional Renovator of clothes, (the best in the country J and can guarantee satisfaction in that line. DAN. J. SCAN LAN. oct M College st (Sam Pritchitt's old stand.) :t tltf Up stairs. INSURANCE. CIRRIXGTOX UXZJS. H.C R033 ROSS & MASON, General Insurance Agents, Representing tho fallowing well kn wn roiiiblo Companies JETS A, or HarirorU; 1IAKTFORD, or llarlfurtl; I.VrEBNATIONAL, of New York. OvriCE; Bank of Tennessee Bcilding. corner of Union and Cherry streets. raarsy'-.'-T ANNUAL STATEMENT or THE Geonia Home Insurance Co., AHCtH Juil. I, ISG!) -S-iwam PECK A CLllHOKNIAcjeulR. febS tf DC College st NashviUa INSUH A 1S(T K. THE TENNESSEE Marine and Firo IN8UHANIK i'Oni-A.Mt, Under the new charter, is nowopea fur I.t-ir.o AT NO. 41 NORTH COLLKilS 3rK-iT Next door tn earnar ol Union atri. JOMtl'll W. AIXKN. i-rrl.l-Mt A. W. HITTXi:Kterretar7. RS. John M. mil. C. A. It. Thompson. Daniel F. Carter. R. B. Cheatham. U. W. Handershott. WaUon M.Cook. D. Weaver. N. K. Griffin. John W. Terras a. a. AJimi. Joeepn W. Allen. MUSICAL. R. DORMAN'S Music Emporium, 81 Clinch St.. Masonic Temple. 5 OFFICE So. 42 NOIITII CHERRY ST. VAT ILL ATTEND TO ALL FUNERALS IN 11 tbecitvand surronnding country, with nrst-ciass uearses, inriuaing a beautilul IIEAItSK 1'Olt lHIJKr.N. Carriages furnished. Orders left at the office win do promptly attended to. Undertakers in the country can ba furnished mm unai voted ai lao lowest wnoieiiaie prices. Particular attention paid to Disinterments. Kemoving ana chipping of Bodies. sep-j-atu Nashville Marble forts. Ji NASnVII.tr., TK.V.VEH8F.K CHICKERINO. MILLER. STECK, BRAD bury, and other Piano ; Taylor i KarUr American, and Mason A Hamlin Cabinet Or gins, and all kinJj of Musical Merchande. The best selected stock of Bheet Music In the South. Pianos and Organs as low as the lowest. CI Pianos taken in exchange tor new. &rhooU. Chnrphra anil I.a.1... r.1A..l the mcst reasonable terms. Send for Cat. foffues and Prica I.iat. T tininv anil Uan.,.lnv eatisfactorily done- marltf HAINES BHOTHE&SS thy PAHKHIR'S HEPATIC SITTER! THEY CURE DYSPEPSIA, A.1D ALL M3EA3U Ot TUE D, C. COLEMAN. Manufacturer of all kinds of MnrlilettoniinienlH, Tombi, IMitlu null 1 nnry isriitour. A,T ANTLKS. URNS. VASFS. ETC., OF THK All work done in this yard guaranteed 'liai null Finely rlxrc-illril. as nt nnr nther tlrvt Claxs KNinullHiiuiriir. lard No. :tl .South Collere street, between uuurrr. ana lroaI. NASHVILLE. TKMNHSfiltK &f All (inlflra ifrnmiittv flll.l un.l 1 :.r... tion guaranteeil. fe, 5.1 i.m HOUSE BUILDERS, ETC. STOMACH AND LIVER. Nollco ol' Kemoval. THCT ARE RECOXME.IDXIl CT TOE MEDICAL PACULTY. IIEGUCMJVIN .V CO., AOEXTS, JVEir YORK. Mannfactnred by C. F. PANKNIN CHtaiSX A5 AP0IHSC42?, C II A. It I- hJ, 8TON, H. C. 5-Tur .Sico ' lirunaliti I?ivrwujirre.G I 11AVK11I1S UAV RK.MOVED MY OK- jl ul-c iu mo corner 01 UK0AD and HIGH STREETS. (AnJer'on & MoreV old stand ); Where can be ftiund a general assortment of Seasoned Lumber At tbe lowest market rates. R. B. WRIGHT. febfi-tf PIANO FORTES. Full Iron Frniuo Willi Overs! run; itass. Warehonsa No. 44. fourteenth street. NEV VOKK. HAVE IIUCN PRONOUNCED UY TIIK profession to be anions the best iiutru meats made. First class premiums taken wherever ezhibitol- lieinic une of the larnct manufactories iu America, (bavine muds m l sold GVl Piano in ISOT.I we are enabled t call at prices which defy Competition, en.l f.r t rculars and price tuts. luuijiurcs music aior(. W bolesale and Itttaii. The undersigned takes Pleasure in un.mi's ins to the public that he has recritrnl m ii-t shipment of the Uaines Erothers I'un amuuir which is the "Parlor Uejuty." Ltui,X sired Rosewood ease, full 7 octaves, round c-.r-ners and carved lexs. This instrument, fur 111 Cne finalities of tuno t(uch and meehntiriM attr:ict alike theartUt and amatuer The lw prioa at nhieb they are tntrrel. pUce tbsuj within the rencb of everv one. henru thav r destined tu be the great favorite of the l uLi.r, Aly stocK ol ateiuwHT, liunli.nu, tVcber aJ Kraushaar Pianos isUrtu and ti.rinl r..l . - offered at ficUry price.) In Ureans and Melndeons.l deal In tbe Luri ett only, which stand heture thepoblic wi:h.Lt a rival. Sheet muiie and small mn-iril in the greatest abundance, and er.l.l at l.wc:t rxlei. novl-tf J A8. A. MeCLL KU Young man take an F.mlow mciil Policy payable at fifty. t costs $23 20 a year. mar20 tf JWO. M. HASH, lrcs'l GRAVEL ROOFING" I ONE ON SHORT NOTICE. IN TUE VERT 1 1 iiwii ana warranted not to leak. TKItm I'll E AC 1 WOItK UOOI) ! Leave orders at Us ins aijo AtrcnirAii Office. A.J.IIOUCUINS. febll 3m R. W. PMKi.l's. No. IK! South Front street. Gold Policies issued by the Nashville Life." Save your SPECIE and take a policy. A Stitch in Time Saves Nine. HAVINfl PURCHASED THK RIGHT TO me "Ioller'" 1'lustlc Mlaln lf,.r rnnr. nig purposes) for Davidson countv. I am nnw prepared to put on NEW ROOKS, or repair old o ai I'ricca luai ueiy competition. One cuat of PLASlIC SUATE on an old. leaky tin roof will make it asjrood as new. -inoso navinf imkiv $11)03 to put on, or ubnai nuupioieui r. win i n wn frtnii www . ."i' U i.' K our iiiicvS. J. K. RUilO. Oen'l Azent. ibdzi jm tu tiiAsa wo. fi Maxwell House TENT ftK.MOVKD.-H. s. PEACH HAS u removed his lnN-I'ltiiuMiuii from Col-Iegestreetto Ao. 7 Church Street. Havine inst receive.l a NKW STnLTliP MA. TERIAL.be is now prepared to do all kinds nt work in his line, in tbe tho best stylo and at lewest prices. Hire bim a call. amar2tf II. S. PEACH- BUILDING MATERIAL, AT ItP.Dirt'EU I KICKS. PINE FEET OF VELL'jW Flooring, assorted. 10,000 10,000 Feet of Poplar Flooring and Ceilii. 25.000 Feet of Cedar Flooring. Weatherboardinr. Moldings, of all kinds. Also. Doors. Sashes. Blinds. BrazeL. r.n hand ana maJe to ordor. and all kinds ot Dressed Lumber Orders, accompanied with the cash, oromctlv filled. WARREN 4 Mo6rR. dcl8 6m between Church and firoad . Are you FORTY? A, nolicv . l will cost you $22 40 a year. mar20tf I.. V. FERRY. A tent. AGENTS WANTED. AGENTS CAN MAKE FROM 310 00 ta 3 5 .'J per day. selling Rlake'a Dollar Chair bprings. They make a Spring acd RccLid.t Chair out of any common chair, by attach.: them to the front legs. They Ct any chair and cannot get out or order; they will last a life time. The old-fashioned rockers are dispensed with, for tbe house and offico they are indis pensable. Ladies Dronounca them uneauiJed for a sewing chair. If you want an Agency, rail ana see sample, or send ror Circular, wltn terms, eic. $50 Reward upon the conviction ct any Serson or persons who shall infringo up n lake's Patent Chair-Spring. Address ProDrtator nnd Mannfaturers. Ct. Broadway. N. V. O. K- GOODWIN A CO. rrice reduced to Agents. mir-i n It PAYS. It is SAFE. mar20 If It is PRUDENT. JN0.3I.IIAHM. Pre VI.