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TOION AKD AMERICAN.
0 fair midprinp, berune so oft and oft,
How can I praise' thy loveliness enow ?
-tnyun that burns not and thy breezes soft
f?n er th.e blossoms of the orchard blows.
Xne thousand things that 'ncath the young
The hopes and chances of the crowing year,
vt inter lorgottoa long, and summer near.
When - summer brinn tho lily and the rote, ,
She brings ns.lcar: her Terr death she brims
Hid in lier anxious heart, the forge of woes j
n r, . ' vt uiuio mo mavis ciokj
iJut tnoul thon dtest not, but thy fresh life
About the fainting autumn' sweet decay,
hen in the earth the hopeful seed they lay
Ah 1 liTe of all tho year, why yet do I.
Amid the snowy blossoms fragrant drift,
own long for that which never draweth nigh,
btnvmg my pleasure from my pain to sift,
wc!ght from off my fluttering mirth to lift.
AiOw.when Inr li.lla a.inn;nw rAn.J. i
Come back, past years T why will ye pass in
THE WABS OF THE ROSES.
"SHHmiTOioy and AxaE7TJ'i Ai fe, w.
THE KU.KX,U3: ACT.
Application for a Mandamus
Upon Howard or the Crim
Alternative Mandamus Granted
by the Snpreme Court.
Judicial Amcnlllea-ljrndGrc Sfrnaa on
Judge Swarm held the Circuit
Court at Jonesboro last week. On
the 29th ult. he addressed the peonlc. from tlio District Court of Ohio, li
and the Jonesboro Union Flan censo to practice law in the severs!
From the Knoxville Tress and Herald. April 8
Ihe time of the Supreme Court
was almost exclusively taken up in
hearing the petition of II. JI. In-
gersoll, J3sf., of Greeneville, for a
writ oi mandamus to compel A. w.
Howard, Judgo of the Criminal
Lourl of the First Judicial Circuit.
to restore petitioner to the privilege
ui practicing uis proiession as an
attorney of said court.
Petitioner recites that on tho
day of August, 3804. he obtained
which favors Andrews' pretentions,
makes the following notice of his
"At the adjournment of court fojr
dinner, his honor, Judge Swann,
announced himself as n candidate
for .the Supremo bench, for the
Eastern division of tho State. He
pitched into the present incumbent,
Hon. George Andrews, like a
uiousanu oi uncK anu it we aie
any judgo of small matters,' his
reflections upon Mr: Andrews, to
say the least of it, were of an px
ccedingly personal nature. He rep
resented him as a mere adventurer
or ' bird of passage,' remaining in
Tennessee simply for oflice, and re
peatedly declared that he had reach
ed his present position 4 by a plain
and palpable violation of the con
stitution of the State, which re
quires a citizenship of three years
for eligibility to fill the oflice of Su
premo Judge.' This charge against
Mr. Andrews involves the oilicial
honor and integrity of Senator
Brownlow, who, as Governor of
lennessee, appointed him to the
Supreme bench. We arc rather in
clined to tho opinion that when our
senator reads this article, he will
furnish the Republican press of the
Estate with a vindication against this
indirect attack of Judge Swann,
that will emphatically contradict the
gentleman s assurance that he is no
"Judge Swan doled out a dish,
not of Salmagundi it is true, but
one wo thought very pleasing to
tho palates of those wBo look upon
the Northern immigrant as an in
truder, for we noticed their coun
tenaccs brighten with a smile, when
he spoke snccringly and disparag
ingly of the ' carpet-bagger ' An
drews. He remarked that Mr. An
drews was mainly indebted to
bought newspaper 'puffs' for his
character as a jurist. As for our
selves, we havo to say in this con
nection, wo arc decidedly and cm
phalicallj' in favor of Judge An
drews in this contest, and we have
had no understanding with him in
this relation in an3 May whatever,
except the mere announcement of
his candidacj', for which wc charge
him the usual fee. We are not the
men, whose principles and support
are ' on change,' nor are wo floun
dering in that cess pool of corrup
tion, where Judge Swan has placed
our cptemporaries in favor of Mr.
Andrews, anxious to sell all the in
fluence of our types as the market
man vends his beef steak or chops
courts of that Stato: that in No
vember, 18G5, he took up his resi
dence in Greeneville, Tcnn., where
ho still resides ; that under the pro
visions of the laws of tho State of
Tennessee, he was duly qualified and
admitted to practice in the Circuit,
Chancery and Supreme Courts of
Tennessee, and still is an attornoy
in said courts: that upon the estab
lishment of the Criminal Court of
the first circuit of Tonnessee, he was
also duly qualified and admitted to
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A DUEL BETWEEN NEGUOES.
Both Combntniit Sliot Ilotta Shot In
Henry "Wright and Henry Mason
arc Iavo rival Hcn's, both negroes,
and endowed with a high sense of
honor, and a prodigious propensity
to pugnaciousncss. Between the
two families, of which the two
Henrys are honored scions, there
lias for some time back existed bit
ter feelings of the kind spoken of
by a white man named Shakspcarc
when he wrote "Romeo and Juliet."
Yesterday, at noon, tho two Henrj-s
wet to talk family matters over, the
time was noon, the place an alloy
near the bayou, and between Jack
son and Overton streets, there was
no S3'lvan landscape, but the tink
ling of the coflccscolorcd contents
of tho ba3'ou made a running ac?
companimenl to tho hoarse tones of
the two knight' sables, as the en
gaged in angry converse Ere long
kuightly blood was up and pistols
drawn. Ono Henry shot, and the
bullet tore its wa3T along the llesh
on the shoulder blade of the other ;
rapidby a second bullet was sped af
ter the first, and this time it glided
into the neck, under Ileum's jaws,
and rested in his mouth. He spit
it out and prepared to tako revenge.
Hut the dastard who had taken two
shots, was Hying as no knight should
Hec, and the ball sent after him
struck where no knight should bo
wounded in the back of the neck.
Both Hcnrvs were laid on beds of
pain, and their necks were both sub
jected to surgical scrutin3' when -it
was announced as probable that,
alter some suffering from sore
throats, the two Henrys would "live
to light another day'." Memphis
Avalanche, April 4.
. PRIIHS AND SUICIDE.
Death by Psimslc Aell I'roiu Olijcdlou
On the last trip up White river,
the Liberty No. 2, had on board a
nrisoner named Bonhain, arrested
I13' the Arkansas authorities for tin
lawfully collecting revenue taxes
Before tho boat arrived at Duvall's
Bluff, the olliccr having him in cus
tod3', placed upon his wrists a pair
of handcuffs, and soon afterward
Bonham took from his vest pocket
n small iianer 'and nut it in his
mouth, and before long he appeared
lo be in great pain. On inquiiy ho
acknowledged that tlio paper con
tained stiyehnine, and said his rea
son for faking it was that ho could
not bear the idea of having hand
cuffs placed upon his hands. On
arriving at Duvall's Bluir medical
assistance was iiuniedialel3r sum
moned, but to no avail. Bonham
died in about three hours after tho
boat landed. From papers found
in his baggage it seems that ho was
very rcspectabby connected, a broth
er of his being a prominent livery
tttable keeper in New Orleans.
Among the papers found was his
wiU Memphis Avalanche, Aj i! f.
Tho New York inn blames Grant for
mnnintinff Iiorio to tho Cabinet, because
he is in estreinety delicato health, un
nliln. to discharca tho duties of the oflice,
and because ho is a pecuniary benefactor
of Giant. The Sun thinks Boric should
cwn t once that 110 could do so
dent Howard, judgo of said court
as licrcallcr shown. That at the
March term, 1SG9, of said court, for
larecne count3', petitioner, upon at
taunting to discharge his duties to
his clients was notified bv the clerk
of tho court, lhat by direction of
saui ltowaru, 11c nail destroyed
tho roll of attorneys, and that
Howard had ordered him to make
out a new roll, placing the name
ol no attorney thereon until he
complied with a new rule which
ho had prepared, which rule direct-
u turn, -an auornc3's processing
to practice in said court in any of
the counties in said district, being
permitted to do so, shall, under
oath, give satisfactory evidence that
ttie3T are in no wa3' associated ob
noxious to the provisions of the
act of the Assembly passed Sep
tember 10, 1SG8, as require! by
said act a3 the samo is construed
and understood b3' the court " Pe
titioner further recites that upon
said rule being read in court, he
asiicu permission to be heard in his
own behalf and on behalf of other
attornc3's, upon tho now and extra
ordinary rule, but the privilege was
peremptorily refused ; that he then
asked leave to enter a motion of re
cord, that he be allowed to practice
without compliance with the rule,
in order that the question might bo
presented to the Supreme Court, for
presuming to do which petitioner
was fined for contempt of Court
and ordered to his scat; that peti
tioner then procured another attor
ney, not under the ban, to make tho
same motion in his behalf, but the
said Howard positively refused to
entertain the motion, and threat
ened to fine the said attorne3' for
contempt, declaring that he would
not permit the correctness of the
said rule to be called in question;
by reason of which arbitrar3ruliug
ol tne said Howard petitioner is de
barred the privilege of discharging
his duties to his clients as an attor
ney in said court. He prays for an
alternative writ requiring the said
Howard to show cause WI13' peti
tioner should not be restored to his
rights and privileges in the prem
ises, and, upon an unsatisfactory
return, lhat the writ be made per-cmptoiy.
Ihc petition raises the very inter
esting question of tho validity of
the1 notorious "Kuklux Law," of
which wc havo recently heard so
much in our court rooms if, in
deed, the law itself, admitting its
validity, gives an3 authority for the
extraordinary rule proposed and en
forced by this fellow, Howard. The
question was fully argued upon its
merits, in behalf of tho petitioner
by Jno. Baxter and T. A. It Nel
son, Esqrs. Each of these gentle
men, in his usual happy and forci
ble manuer, dissected the mon
strous act, not neglecting, b3T any
means, the might3' fellow of the
wondrous parts, who has under
taken to improve upon the law it
self. From the Knosrillo Press and Herald. Apiil 4.
The Supreme Court 3-esterda3
Judge Shackelford delivering the
opinion tlecided the case of II. II.
Ingersoll vs. A. V. Howard, judgo,
etc., 111 favor of the petitioner. An
alternative writ was directed to be
issued, returnable lo a full bench on
the 12th List., requiring the said
Howard at that time to show cause
WI13 petitioner should uot be re
stored to his rights and privileges
as an attorne3'in tho Criminal Court
of the first circuit. I Ins case, upon
the return of tho writ and tho
coming in of Howard's answer,
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"u"" nouses ior rem lor me balance ol
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ui oauiu uoiiege sireei. ap33t
Gov. Smith, of Alabama, has issued a
proclamation announcing that in com
pliance with tho terms of a law passed
at the last session of tho Legislature, he
has causod to be prepared a seal, to bo
known and used as tho "Great Seal of
tho Stato." Ho describes the seal as fol
lows: The ecal is in tho form of a circle,
and two and a quarter inches in diame
ter. Near the edge is the word "Ala
bama,'' and opposite, at the samo dis
tance from the edge, arc the words
"Great Seal." In the centor of the seal
an caleis represented witli raised wings
alighting upon the national shield, with
tli re 0 arrows in his left talons. The
eagle holds in his beak a streamer, on
which, immediately over thc.wings, uro
the words "Hero We Hcst."
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James B. Keed, Athens.
Hugh L. Fry, Sweetwater.
Capt. V. D. Ilayncs, Blounlville.
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John II. Officer, Cilf-Killer P.O.
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John AV. Faxon, Clarksville.
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Howard W. Newman, Winchester.
11. L. Walling, McMinnville.
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E, F. Hunt, Tiillahoma.
D. P. Rathbone, Manchester.
E. G. Curllc, Bradyville.
Wm. Barton, Readyville.
John Laws, Farminjton.
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A. A. Steele, Lewiaburg.
John A. Gannaway, Unionville.
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J. A. Johnson and T. M. Jackson,
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Dr. J. B. Mathews, Edgefield.
Simpson & Clelaud, Brentwood.
T. J. Watson, S. B. Rozell, Franklin.
J. B. Stephenson, Spring Hill.
Banks & Drake, Thompson's Sla.ion.
W. H. Engle, anil A. D. FriersonfCol
lumbia. W. M. Irwin, and J. S. Griffith, Mt
A. II. Higdon, Lynnville.
W, H. Wilkea and G. W. Moore, Cnlle-
Win. Harris, Corneraville.
W. J. Ridgeway, Elkton.
F. G. Tignor, Pulaeki.
E. W. Holt, Bnnker Hill.
H. Denton, Cookeville.
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Maj. Brwhear, Linden.
W. L. Morris, Waynesboro.
A. G. McDougal, Savannah.
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W. W. Jlobbs, Waverly.
Tho. C. Morris, Charlotte.
Sealer & Son, Kingston Springs.
O. B. Hughes, Clifton.
Sheltoni Hust, J. S. Yaibrough, John-
James P. Flood, Dover.
R. ti. Kelley, Kellcy's Landing. ,
J. M. Vester, Ashland City.
K. W. Yates, Mulberry,
li. II. Barry & Co., Lynchburg.
TIioj. Coiner, McMinnville.
Dr. A. M. Hall, Tetereburg.
W. R. Loving, Richmond.
B. F. Morris, Farmville.
I. M. Johnson, Cageville.
A- R. Hall, Huntingdon.
W. A. Steele and W. P. Mortis, Camden.
A. R. H011.se, Rilston Station,
Wm. Landruin, Dresden.
Louis M. Williams, Newbcrn.
W. A Dcbow, J. C. Iiledoe, Union City.
Cab. Bhull, Purdy.
A. S. Currey, Trenton.
W.I. Westbrook, Brownsville.
Poll: Alexander, Ulep.on Station.
Maj. John H. Bill?, Bolivar.
N. Y. Cavitt, Paris.
S. Peoples, Gardner Station.
Scales & Seward, Humboldl.
J. II Davis, Hickman, Ky.
John L. Webb, Dyershurg.
W. C. Vail, CheHlnut Bluff.
J. H. Scott, Madixon Station
Capt. W. Wheeler, Ripley.
W. J. Pitts, Double Bridges.
John T. Douglass, Covington.
Dr. D. IL Thomas & Co., LaneGeld and
Maj. J.G. H. Bradford, Woodville,
George H. Prince, McKenzie Station.
J. M Null,
W. II. Hill. Palo Alto, Miss.
Dwelling for Bent.
TOUR ELEGANT AND nRTJTOAT. nUTf,
A. liner House. ISTo. Kfi Snmmr 0trAt KaItvaa.
ui-uuerii-K unu vcuar, can ue rented ior tue re
maindor of tte year.
Annrio A. NKLH0N Jr CO.,
Real Estate Aeonts,
aprl 3t Cherry sireet.
When M'llo Keynard, a French lad3r,
recently quoted Voltairo in a speech in
favor of woman's rights', a gentleman in
tho amuence was ungallant enough to
interrupt the fair speaker by remarking
"But, M'llo Ifeynard, you forget what
Voltairo said about ideas and women."
And what did Voltaire say about them?"
asKeu Uio lauy. 110 saia mat loeas
were like beards; women and children
did not havo any." This interruption so
confused M'llo Hoynard that sho closed
her speech much sooner than sue nan
Tho Senate of Michigan has just en
acted that, if any person shall -hereafter
willfully insult, or willfully and indecent
ly annov nnv temale, by obscono or in
decent word or words, act or acts, such
person bhall, upon conviction, bo punish
ed by imprisonment not more than six
months, or by a fine not exceeding $100.
The committee appointed by the City
Council of Atlanta, Ga., to select a suita
ble eite for a fair ground, havo pur
chased tome forty ucrcs situated on
the Western and Atlantic railroad.
without haim,a3 Porter is real Secretary j ubout two miles from town, admirably
of tho Navy situated lor the purpose designed.
STORE AND WAREHOUSE
XT' Oil IllfllVT.
HUH LARGE. WELL LOCATED AND
A. well known Store and Wftrnhonsn snnlheatt
cornor 01 inurcn and uoiiego streets, lately oc
cupied by Messrs. TREANOR & CO., will bo
rented on reasonable terms ior me year UffJ.
jana tr I'UKA'l'lIAfll. WOODS & CO.
REiL ESTATE, AUCTION,
A N I)
PRWATE SALES HART,
No. 20 Cedar Street,
WILL BE SOLD. AT 12 O'CLOCK. MON
TY DAY, theCth of April. lSGil, the follow
ing described property, viz:
80 FEET PRONT ON DEADERICK ST..
immediately cast of and formerly constituted
part of tho Planter!) Hotel lot. Snid lot is nn
almost indispensable adjunct to tho hotel, and
judging from tho readiness with which all the
buildings on Ueadcrick have been rented, we
may conclude that a row of suitablo houses
bullion this lot would bo immediately sought
after and rented. Said lot is bounded on the
north and east by alleys.
51K FEET ON NORTH CHERRY STREET
adjoining tbe Commercial Hotel on tho north
and being but ono street removed from tho
1'ublic b'tuare makes it desirable for business.
4 HOUSES AND LOTS ON 11U0AD ST..
near tho residenco of Mr. W, L. Brown. Said
lots are 25 feet front by 175 deep, more or less, to
an alley, and nro well adapted to tho wants of
men of moderate moans who desire to make
TERMS 3. G. 9 and 12 months, without in
terest, lien, 1st and 2d notes secured.
At our aaAtfon sales of real estate no lit -bid
ding will be countenanced.
A collation will be provided for tho occasion.
II. (1. SCOVEL.
mh23-tds Real Estate Agent.
REAL ESTATE BROKERS.
Arlington, Farrar & Weakley
NO 10 JlAXtVKLL ItOl7.SE,
HAVE FOR SALE CITY. EDGEFIELD
and Country Property.
No. 50 Frame Cottage, No. 21 Porter slrttt.
near N. and U- Depot, with 1 rooms, at $2,0UU
No. 58 Elegant Brick Residence on Park
street, fronting Mate Capitol 9 rooms, at
No. S7 One story Frame, near tho Tunnel, at
No. ttt Two story Brick, corner Broad and
iuctiemore fekk teekitort lot tsu by lbU
No. 103-Double Brick, No. 211 and 213 S.
Alarket street, 4 rooms each rnEK tikito
ry" at $5,000 for both.
No. iaJ Three story Brick Store. No. 60
11 mad street "frik TERflirnRv"-at $12.1 AO-
No. laa "Rock City Inn." corner Square and
Front street, lot 20 by 175 feet, at S12.000.
Also 125 Houses and Lots, and 2J0 vacant lots
in the city, rating lrom to C5U0 per loot.
No. 10 One story Brick, 10 rooms, on Rnsoll,
near Foster street, in line condition, at 87.F00.
No. 7 One story Frame on Gallatin pike.
near Tulin street, with 8 rooms, at Sri.000.
No. 31 One story Frame, with 4 rooms, on
Watson street, in rear ol Episcopal Church,
No. 49 One story Brick, with 3 rooms, on
Woodland street, near Oak, at $3,50J.
No. 14 One storv Frame, corner Russell and
"Barrow streets, with Grooms, at $r,000.
is One story Urick, with 4 rooms, on
Fatherland street, at Sl.l)(Kleasb.
AIho 30 other Houses and C)ls, and 200Ivacant
low in tugctieia, at irom s: to $10 per loot.
l OUXTKY JltOIEIlTV.
No. 10 Farm of 210 acres. 12 miles on Gallatin
pike, well improved and very rich, at 87s per
acre : or will exchange tor good city uronertv.
No. as 115 acres, well improved. It miles from
the city. ncarL. and N. R. R., at $fi.fifO,
No. 41 l.fiOO acres. 10 miles on Hyde's Ferry
Pike, and on Cumberland river, at 810 per
No 75 -Neat Suburban Residence, with 12
acres land. 3 miles on llillsboro Pikeat SG.000.
No. l0 Elegant Country Residence with 33
acres. 3 miles on Porter Pike, at SIS.00.
No. 1SS Eleven acres choice land Vi mile of
the N. and D. Depot, Near Nelansville Pike,
at 8300 per acre.
No. 117 f 00 acres, highly improved, adjoin
ing tho Hermitage, at $75 per acre.
No. 150-3 tracts of 300 acres each, somewhat
improved, 8 miles on Charlotte Pike, at 830
No. 15 I0J acres, improved. 12 miles on tho
Lebanon Pike, at 830 per acre.
No. 11,(00 acres, improved. 16 miles up the
Cumberland River, verv rich, at 825 ner nero.
No. JS4 3.000 acres, in Marion county, on rail
road to irccy uity, al tiU cents per acre.
Noh lis mill I3S 2 tracts of 300 acres each.
improved, and very rich, SO miles down the
river, at 815 ncr acre.
No. "4-2T0 acres, somewhat improved. 17
miles on the E. and Ky. R. R. $I,U)0 cash for
Besides the abovo. we havo EGO other farms
scattered through Tennessee and other States,
wnicii wo can sen very low. i'lease call at our
office and get Bulletins giving full descriptions
of all our property. Our terms are "no si.k. ki
cha-juk" when not made through our Influence,
unless tho owner sells at a lower figaro than on
tne books, in winch caso wo would cbargo one
KOW 13 THE TIMR TO BUY. feW.tf
:MAMMOTII KEff STOCK
Wall Paper, Window Siaies
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
J . OHLY
ILL TAKE PLACE AT BELLE MEADE.
April 2 9, 18 Gt,
Consisting of two year old Colts and Fillies,
sired by Lexington and Brown Dick. Also, a
tinq lot ot yearlings by Jack Al alone ana mown
Dick. This is u line opportunity for every ono
to mako a selection of the most approved and
fashionable stock of the country.
In addition to the ubove, I will offer a few
tbernughbred Mares, Atderney Bulls and Heif
ers, Berkshire Pigs, Lnicester Lambs, etc.
Pedigrees furnished and terms niado known
on day of sale. Tbo above stock to be sold to
the highest bidder without reservo.
lcb'Jntds IV. . IIAKUIWU.
THIS CELEBRATED THOROUGHBRED
horse will make the present fcason at my
sUblcs.ncdr the Hermitage, at fifteen dollars
lor common mares, and twenty-hvo dollars lor
thoroughbred. For particulars sco bills. Mares
leit ni unpi. fuller s stable. (Jollcgo street, will
bo sent to him. und any information renuircd
will bo given. T. 0. TREANOIt.
Nashville. March 23, lSG9-3m.
FASHIONABLE TAILOR, "Y rs&!2 1113 THIRD SEAS0N AT
No. 15 Arorlh Cherry Nt.,
HAS JUST RECEIVED AN ELEOANT
line of (IKNTLEMEN'S DRESS OfeODS.
which he will mako up to order, in tbo latest
and moitdnished style, at the lowest possible
rriC03- BIIMNKWJ SUITS.
He is also in receiptor a varioty of Fresh
Uoodt for ordinary wear, and oners to gentle
men in buiiness suits of the latest patterns and
most durable material.. Call and inspect his
goods at No. 15 North Cherry tret.
TERMS no II nn tired Dollxru. Con
ditions same as last year, which, with podigree
and perlormanccs. win appear in bis bills.
feblb2in I JJJ W. U. llAKUlIVti.
rpHK DISTINGUISHED TROTTING STAL
L lion, IIHU., will stand the present season
at Fair View fctock Farm, three mile3 from
Gallatin, near Nashville Pike, at $60 the sea
son, narublo 1st Julr. 18G9. In cose of lailure.
the mare will bo returned the next season
f. i .1 : 1 1 u ' . . s
grailH. opci'im uttmiiiuu nuiuo$Liuuiuuiii(ci
lrom a distance. Good grass furnished gratis,
and grain fed at five dollars per month.
It. F. CHEATHAM,
marttf Supt. Fair View Stock Farm.
JOHN W. HILL & 00.
ARK NOW RECEIVINO A VERY
large and well selected Spiing Stock of
Wall Papsr, Window Shades,
to which they invito the attcbtion of tho
puuur. uur a rangemcnts with tbo
are sucb, that wo aro prepared lo sell all
goous in me line at
with expenses of shipping "added.
Call and examine new stock, and wo will
convince you that it is to your interest to buy
of us. Orders solicited.
JOHN V. IIILL & CO.,
22 Son Hi College St.,
mar21 tl janl bet. Church and Broad
Get a Business Education
Ult YAK T t STRATTOX'S
Jr. AH Mt TKMII.K,
AFFORDS A YOUNO MAN THE MEANS
of thorough instruction in Rook-keenin?.
Commercial Law. Commercial Arithmetic. Pen
manship. Partnership Settlements and the de
tails of business by all forms of correspondence
and business papers.
Tuition for unlimited time bv scholarshin.
good in all our schools, costing 50.
Sessions nd night, No'vacations,
Kpeclnl Claxses In PenmnuHlilp.
Send for our Colle:6 Journal, or fur further
li. t 1. A IS MART, Prluclpal
Box 1S1. Nashville. Tenn.
docfi dsw.tw tf.
J. LUMSDEN & CO.,
HlXDriOTUaiRS AHI DIILIBI IX
Ki. aa S. MARKET STREltT, So. 31
rsASH VII. I. K, TKMWKff. '
ATTENTION EVERYBODY I
JITKT OPLNFIl TilF.
ROCK CIT! COAL OFFICE !
54 Union Street.
largo supply of tbo choicest quality of
OITT3BURG AND CUMBERLAND COAL,
1 WOOD. CHARCOAL AND KINDLING.
ust received and for salo. ntverv LOW" RATKS.
To all who wish to sunulv themselves with the
best and cheapest, the market affords, wo say,
give us a call. Wo also invito the attention of
tne public to our
Patented by Mr, Wm. Dayton, of Maysville,
Kentucky, and guaranteed to bo the most re
liable, safe and
Cheapest in the "World.
Read the fnllnnlni- rprtiftcnta of some of the
best business mon in tho city:
This is to certifv that wo have used tho Vnlt
HIiiiIIId manufactured and sold by G. W.
Marshal, and Cnd it perfectly
Itvlliiblc, riienji nuil Convenient.
Wo advise our friends to try it : signed
W. E. Ward. Wm. Gamble, -
11. W. Compton, 1. D. Walker.
.1. D. Cross. J. Flowers. 41 Union st.
B.J. Farrar, J. 11. Ruggles,
Swann & Brown, Knight Brothers,
Arrrington, Farrar 3c Weakley.
J. O. Griffith.
N. B, We guarantee tho Cob Kindling kn
tiuei.t sapr in every respect nu danger of
spontaneous combustion at all, as some people
may suppose. It is not injured by damp or wet
weather, and warranted to light with the us o of
a singlo match.
Wo know it is meritorious and we hope that
everybody will call for a box, confident that all
who try it, will always use it.
Remember the place,
ROCK CITY COAL OFFICE.
an 31-3m SI UNION STREET.
ALLEN & CO.
AFTER AN EXPERIENCE OF FIFTEEN
years in the Carriage business at our old
stand, Kos, VM mail i:tl Nurlli Cherry
Nlreet. we aro satisfied that we know the
styles of vehicles that will suit this community.
Our shops were greatly enlarged lost year, and
we aro now prepared to furnish not only ou r old
customers, but tho public generally, with tho
best work that can be offered for sale in this
market, and that, too, on as reasonable terms
as can be offered by any other manufactory hero
or in the East. Our work is all made of tho
very best selected materials, and by the best
workmen, and warranted lor one-year.
All repairing done in the neatest style, and
pop the shortest notice. fet73m
Tin ii .
1 B I 1UX I
T H4V.E 3LX MY ENTIRE INTEREST
-L And SLAP IT in f Tim flmmm O T
Etine,Msaior partner of tho late firmofStlno
H. C. BOSS
SALE EXTR AORBItfAEY
'JrSdfSiisffff1 6enera' Insurance Agents,
' Patronage to my successor!
(Sacccssor to J
J. T. BROWN.,
rpnE PAIR OR0UNp3 VINO BEEN LO-
1 1X VRS DAT, APBII, 8, 1SC8.
Boyd's addition, on all the chief avenues to the
Fair Grounds. Properly has reached iLi Inwn.t
point. U even now advancing, and there will be
no better time to bny. Sale to commence at 12
o ciocK if., on llroad Crcec nnar thn rMirln
OI nm. 1.. llrown ? Inrrrn. lihArnr KMnhnnn,
wm leave our omen for tbe nala at Jl o'clock.
AWDiiBSOJX, JOHNSON Jfc SMITH.
ap3 tds Agenti.
ROSS & MASON.
ElfCIDiC WATER CUBE
IS NOW AN ACKNOWLEDOED POPULAR
institution, patronized by some of the best
and most learned citizens of the city and State.
Our register shown the nnmft HiiiBna nr.!
dences of between six and seven hundred pa
tient?, in Chronic Diseases alone, that we hare
had under treatment since January. 1SC0. Many
of them are eminent Doctors of Medicine, and
Doctors of Divinity, Legislators, Congressmen.
.i w .Buui-w, Junius, iueruuauia ana
1'lanterfl, many Ladles of the city and from the
Country, all of whom w urn nt lihprtv tn on I
can with confidence refer.
Staple & Fancy Groceries,
FOBXIOff AXD DOVI3TIC
Lipors, Wines, Ciprs, Maces,
Ac, Ao. Ao.,
So. 31, Went Side, Public Sqaarc,
W.Matt, Brown & Co., Prop's,
OaWJffiE I???-. W. MATT
iiAS nPu'. Uolt known as the Stacey
Representing tho following well known reliab.'f
IIAKTFORD, or Hartford;
ISTEB5TATI.OXAI of.Vew Tork.
OrrtcE- BoV nf T...u... tj:t !
of Union and CberV iSSST """S&Sgr
"PHI They therefo diretr,;7t? their
IV- J f r v wfti lUDif Wilt
mXFons. IthaTl'be ft SSfiS Sim
i .fit-i. L.i.j:ii:.j7: i f".w. hohiij cuuuuciea. ana tu
cuurKo ui iuo auuva uuuso. as 13 ueienaiQcu w
keep on hand a stock and assortment to com
pare with any similar bouse in the city, and
will devote his time and attention to the wants
ot tne old customers of the house, and the pub
tables abundantly, supplied with the' best in
this and other market. Tnniln- th. th.
will bo able to render their eneta rnmfnri.n.
and satisfied, tho undersigned respectfully ask
a suare oi puuiic pairousge.
api tt iJKUW 4 CO.
We havo troatnl all classes fl.nil fill kinil nf
isDiuea Willi succBHa. ninp nt Ant natiAnii
luai, unvH ob en rnnnnnd tn triAir teiia in waa
have been restored to health. '
AH ACIIKS AND SH from any and
c my i-auae, suau jouerea, not only tempora-
ilil Mill I'CHllttUCIUIJ'.
iv o aro located in ono or the most healthy
cities in the West or South. We are on high
ground, and in the most airy and healthy part
of the city, witbno olbor house joining us
nearer than two hundred feet on either side, so
that we have a free circulation of air, and our
rooms are all well ventilated on every side.
Choice Goods and Low Prices
Will rnle under my administration, and I re-
spoctiany asK tnose in want ol family Uroce-
nca iu give iuu u iri&i.
All orders promptly filled, and Goods dollv
eredree of charge within the city limits.
mat7 lm ft. J. wtime.
YARBBOVGH 4c. IIU'IXAND,
Grocers anil Coniinisslon Merchants,
78 AND 78 SOUTH MARKET ST
TTAVE NOW IN STORE AND TO ARRIVE.
XX. 50 Boies Tea.
3U0 Socks Coffeo, various grades.
75 Hhds. Suirar. various trades.
SO Darrels Loveriog's Crushed Sugar.
53 Barrels Loverinit's Pulverized Sugar.
50 Uarrels Er. C Sugar.
50 Barrels N. 0. Molasses. 75 $ barrels do.
ou .Barrels sorghum.
200 Boxes Star Candles. 150 Boxea Soap.
500 Barrels Black Lick Flour.
500 Barrels white wheat Magnolia Flour.
300 Barrels Jackson Mills Flonr, ass'd brands,
luu barrels Kuby Alius ilour.
100 Barrels Igleheart Flour.
SCO Boxes 1 and 2 lb. Can Oysters.
50 Boxes Cheese. 2X) bbls. P. B. Potatoes.
together with a large assortment of miscellane
ous Urocenes too numerous to mention.
Onrtlauor DetinrtinCDt is well stocked
with Old K.S. Whisky, Nos. 1, 2 and imported
Wines,, Brandies. Uins, etc, all of which we
offer to the trade at the lowest market prices for
Cash. YARBROUU1I 3z RUTLAND,
70 and 73 South Market St..
JanM tf Nashville. Tenn,
EWING & CO,,
Nov. 14 AND 10 MAHUET ST.,
A Th7" a "rvrnn A TCJ TJAVK IN STORE AND TO ARRIVE
la this cily wc have as good Medical or Min
eral springs ot
as can be found in tho State, the waters of
which will bo constantly kept, fresh, pure and
cool, in the house for the use cf patients who
may need them, so t at the sick can have more
aavantages, and toe chance or a quicker resto
ration to health, and for
nrn it.. V.. T C
11 uuKsucutia .j .i . .i i .
MS Rehned Hard and Soft Sugars.
1(100 Bags Coffee.
300 Barrels Whisky and Liquor.
300 Ban els Molasses and Sirups,
1000 Boxes Oysters.
1000 Kegs Nails.
150 Casks Sod.
3 0 Packages Mackerel,
1000 Boxes Candles.
500 Boxes Soap,
100 Cases Sardines.
300 Packages Raisins.
200 Boxes Cheese.
which, with a largo lot of Canned Qoodi.
cers' Drugs, Wooden Ware, Vinegar, Tej
gars, bpicea, aoooccos, etc.. they ottar 1
TRADE ONLY, at as low prices as any J
villo Merchant anu nt 2xulHvllIe or
clnuHtl, frrlKbt nddctl. Tdec2(
FRESH GROCERIES I
in this Establishment, than thev can have at
auyoi tne bprings in the United states.
A Word o Strangers.
Strangers traveling, who mavbe taken sick
on the way. can Cud in this Establishment a
cied medical treatment, carefiil attention and
suitable diet, which they cannot always get in
Our latch-string is alwavs ont for the receD-
tion and treatment of the afflicted in all dis
eases, except such s are coutagious, which we
can in no case rcccivo.
or other poisonous medicines administered in
any case in this Establishment, but on the con
trary, we extract everything of the kind from
the system by our
which are so PLEASANT. INVIGORATING
and strengthening, that every patient we have
noil is deiigmea wun mem, ana an persons
addicted to tbe terrible habit of taking ODium.
Mornhine and Laudanum, which is so often the
cause or suicide, will do well to put themselves
under our treatment, as we have succeeded In
breaking many of tte pernicious habit, and
cured the disease for which tbey have taken
BATHING DEPARTMENT I
Ladies' and Gentlemen's Bathinir Ronma are
perfecctly private. We have a Lady Assistant, I
always in attendance to administer to lady
Patients who are verv law and feeble, need
ing constant watching and attendance, wfll do
well to bring a friend with them.
Boarding and other accommodations as good
and as cheap ai any other similar institution.
norm or Doum.
Examinations and consultations in our rooms
FlltCh'. Visits for examinations or consulta
tions in any other part of the city. Five Dollars,
Persons writing tn na for further information.
expecting an answer by letter, must enclose
One Dollar, with their name and postomce ad
rlrp nlainltr written, and they will receive im
mediate attention and answer by return of
We have published a pamphlet circular, con
laininir certificates of cures Derformed of m.nv
diseases, from some of tbe best known and most
reliable citizens of Nashville, which we will
send to tho address of any person who will send
us a two cent stamp to pre-pay the postage on it.
I. A. TVESTERTEIT, 51. I.
ELECTRIC WATER CURE.
No .15 Hnlberry St., NfulivlUe.Tenii.
mar2t eod 6m.
R. L. WEAKLEY,
No. 6 North College Street,
(Successor to Weakley & Yarbrough J
IS JUST IN RECEIPT OF A FRESH STOCK
of Groceries and Liquors, consisting in part
2i hh.13 New Orleans Brown Sugar.
10 " " Clarified Sugar.
10 " " Demerara Sugar
114) bigs choice Rio Coffee.
ZU bbls (iolden Mrnp.
2 " Crushed Sugar.
25 " Powdered Sugar.
50 hlf-bbl Mackerel, assorted.
lit) boxes ScaD.
200 " Star Candles.
100 " Starch.
100 " Cove Oysters.
110 casks Soda.
- boxes t-oda, I lb. papers.
50 dozen Brooms.
100 " Painted Buckets.
I0U caddies assorted Teas.
boxes Mustard, assorted sizes.
50 " Rumlord's Yeast Powders.
10 bbls Blacking.
25 cases Richardson' Matches.
150 boxes Pickles.
IOO.OoO Cigars, assorted brands.
700 bbls Magnolia Flour,
100 " Black Lick Flonr.
50 boxes Chee33.
Wrapping: Paper, Pepper fiance,
All of which will be sold cheap for Cian only.
In store a small lot of Moss Mackerel, as fine
aa ever brought to this market.
R. L. WEAKLEY,
novl2 tf Nn f North College street.
Distiller and Rectifier,
WHOLESALE DEALER IN
FINE ROBERTSON COUNTY.
Pare Spirits and Rectified Whiskies,
Nos. IS nuil 20 Month Market Street
anil Nos. S anil O Upper I.evce.
JAYINO REMOVED FROM No. 2C TO
Nos. IS and 20 South Market street, and S and 9
Upper Levee, and
Greatly Increased My Facilities Tor
I am now prepared to
Fill All OrilerH Promptly,
And at the
LOWKST MA11UET FIQIIltESI
I also keep constantly on hand a puro assort
Roberiaon County, Ilonrbon and Cop
And respectfully ask the trade to an examina
tion of my stock.
feb253m CHAN. NELSON.
TENNESSEE IRON STORE,
Nos. 03 and 54 North Market Street,
U'K HAVE NOW IN STORE A VERY
T V large stock of Tenaeee Bloom anil
Kentucky Iron, viz.: Bar, Band, Round
and Square, Boiler. Sheet and lloop.
2O0 Sets Wagoa Axles 20 Tons Hollow-ware
50 Bets Wagon ruim- Uastings.
ble Skeins. 50 t-ets Hubs k Sookes.
150 Pain Springs, all 50 Bets Buggy and Car
sizes, riage Axles,
150 Sets Wajun Boxes, 50 Sets Steel Tire,
10 ions coopers' u oops, ;& to l.
together with Horse and Mule Shoes, Nails
Steel, Hammers. Anvils, Vices, Steel Plow Plate
Smiths' Bellows, Plows, etc., all of which w
are selling at Keluced Prireu for Cnsli .
To secure our Iron, look for Brand II., B. A
8., Tenntwee. If.. B. A H My.
UILLMAN, BROTHER A SONS.
5,000 Choice Peach Trees,
ONE YEAR OLD. WELL GROWN AND
rooted, and healthy. AI30 a lot of SUPE-
KlOKfEAK XKKES. imported from France,
for sale at RICHLAND NURSERY, five miles
on the Harding Pike. Tree win h .l.iitror. i
at No, 1. North College Street, ifdesired.
manu im CHEATHAM & CLEMENT
rnilE ABOVE NAMED nOTEL HAS BEEN
thoroughly repainted, rtpapered and re
fitted from cellar torarrett. and has been re
furnished throughout with new farniture, of
modern styles and is now open for tho reception
or boarders, and the traveling public.
ins proprietors, having spared no expsnse or
I'BJIU III putllUC IUV UUIUD 1U (JUUilCbO ViUU. '
hope to merit and receive a liberal share of I
the public patronage.
JT. A. BATTLE & CO.
Nmaville. Tenn.. March 1. !S69-m2-tf.
J. A. STAXSBUIIY, JProp'tor.
BROAD STKKF.r, ROME, GA.
Marine and Fire
Under the- new charter. Is nowopea for borine
AT NO. NORTH COLLBOK STREET
Next door ta oars- of Union street.
JOSEPH W. AXXEN, PrelIeat
K. B. Cheatam. John w t,,
Q. W. Hendenhotr. A. o aaJII"-
AtM j J0MPn W. Alloal
81 C utch St., Masonic Temple.
Near the Railroad Depots
Strayed or Stolen,
A LARGE RED MILCH COW. STAR IN
zjL face, speckled jaws, and heavy with calf.
A reward often dollars will be given if returned
to J. 11. WAKNEK.
North Cherry street,
aprl lw North of Horticultural Harden.
, IRIEIMIQ'V A.T.I.
New Spring Goods.
John B.owne, Merchant Tailor,
No. 30 North Sninnier Street,
WOULD STATE TO HIS OLD CUST0.M
ers, friends, end tbe public generally,
that he has removed to his new store. No. 30
North Summer street, near Union, and is now
prepared with a largo and well assorted stock
of goods for gentlemen's wear, which be will
makeup to order in the most fashionable style,
and. respectfully asks an examination of tho
same. martl lm JUHi llttuu wk.
SOUTH NASHVILLE BREWERY.
mo ACCOMMODATE OUR CUSTO.MERS
X we have made arrangements at Ihe Ware
itlcssr. Geo. Dickel & Co
COR. CHERRY AND MARKET STB..
where hereafter orders for our Beer can be left
by our customers, and where always a limited
supply will tie Kept on nana.
THn3. if. Errsr.
Pormerly of McCIare.
I. m. a. nil 3.
Formerly with Irby
.Morgan X wo.
BU E, BARNES & C0.2
f .V H0LESALE DEALERS IN
Stoves, Tin Ware, House
TIN PLATE, BLOCK TIN. SHEET IRON.
Copper and all sizes of 'Wire, No. 51
Market streetopposito Hillman Bro. 4 Co,
Nashville. Tenn. Call and see us. as ws sell as
low as the lowest. apr2 2m
GRANDE NOUVELLES 1
THE FRENCH EMPRESS HAS COME
down to Nashville, at r. ravllle's
Hair More, where everybody can tee her
with the best assortment of Hair Braids. Curls.
Chignons and Wigs, better made and cheaper
than in any other establishment in the city.
Also, Hair Jewelry, Perfumeries. Combs,
Brushes, Soap, etc., etc.
Como and Sco ior Tourselvef.
P. S. Private Room for Ladies' Hair-dress
ing and Children's Hair-cutting
(Jents Wigs made to order cheaper than In
New York city.
1 . UllA V1LLE.
25 North Cnerry St., cor. Bank Alley.
Curbing and Flagging
E0R SALE BY
O. W. SABLPAW A CO.,
OFFICE-No.l North Cherry street.
STONE YARD. Old Eaton Depot, near
ity Church. feb
i. if. pzatxr - L. h. HtTcncoci
A. M. PERINE & CO.,
Wm. Tjyon & Co.,
15D PEALXR3 IX
AnTils, Vises, Bellows,
Wagon Materials, Sash, Glass,
Agricultural Implements and Seeds,
lio.ua Sontu Market St.
feb 9-tf Nashville.tTenn
WOOD & SIMPSON,
Corner Uro nil and Front Street,
BOILER' MA K EBS.
Sheet Iron Workera
Steam Fittings and Brass Work.
We manufacture; flvs and tub
ular Boilers of all dimensions, usine the
best Tennessee Iron.
All kinds ot Sheet Iron worK, such as Chim
neys. Uil and Water tanks, fire-proof Doors
and H indow shutters. Orders for new work or
repairs in the city or country promptly at
tended to. Satisfaction guaranteed as to work
manship, and charttes as low as in any market.
Steam Quages, Whistles, Safety Ulobe and
Throttle Valves, always on hand. Orders re-
The "Wood" Iron Fonndry
fiouth Front Street.
YFood & Simpson, & Rees, Proprietors.
In connection with lha establishment nf
noou a Simpson, an exteniirs foundry for
tne manufacture ot every description of IRON
CAbrlNUb is now in successful operation,
which is under tho control of David W. Rees,
late of Mover. Rees & Co.. nf ihn (Tnllpun lint
Foundry. Orders for Steam Saw and Grist Mill
Machinery. Columns fcr Building Fronts, Door
and Window Frames, etc. etc., respectfully so-
iiuiiou, iiu pruujpb aueuuon given 10 every-
mniK in i iii3 uupanment. aprl ;xn
"I ON E ON SHORT NOTICE. IN THE VERY
XJ Best Style, and warranted not to leak.
TEIUIH C11H.VI" t WOKK OOOI !
Leave orders at TJsion ind Auiricih Omor.
R. W. PHELPS,
febll 3m No. 162 Soth Front street.
CHICKERIKCI. MILLER, STECK. BRAS
bury, and other Pianos ; Taylor i Farley.
American, and Mason Sc. Hamlin Cabinet C'r
eans. and all kinds of Musical Merchandise.
Tho best selected stock of bheet Masio in thi
Pianos andOrsans as low as the lowest. Old
Pianos taken in eichanjo for new.
Schools. Churches and Lodges furnished on
the most reasonable terms. Send for Cats,
lorues and Price Lists. Tuning and Repairing:
satisfactorily done. m.srl0t
Full Iron Framo Willi
Warehouse No. U, Fourteenth street.
HAVE BEEN PRONOUNCED BY THE
profession to be among tho best Instrn
ments made. First class premiums takes
wherever exhibited. Being one of tho largest
manufacturies in America, (having made and
sold Ci'i Pianos in lSo7.) we aro enabled to sal
at prices which defy competition. Send for
1 rculars and price lists.
Wholesale and Retail.
Thn nnJersiened takes pleasure in announc
ing to tbe public that ha has received another
shipment of the Haines Brothers Pianos,
among which is the Parlor Beauty." Small
sized Rosewood ease, full 7 octaves, round cor
ners and carved legs, inn instrument, ior its
fin a Qualities of tons, touch and mechanism.
attract alike the artist and aciatuer- The low
prise at which they ara ottered, place mem
within the reach of every one, henca they aro
destined to be tbe great favorite of the public.
My stock of btemway, Dannam. ener ana
Kraushaar Pianos is large and varied, and are
offered at factory pnoes. .
In Urgans and Jlelodoons, l deal in me uura-
ett only, which stand before the public without
a rival. . . ...
Sheet mnsie and small musical merchandise
in the greatest abundance, and sold at lowest
rte novl-tf J AS. A McCLUKE
McCREA & CO.,
HUGH McCREA A CO.,
Cotton aui. Tolacco Factors
Produce & Commission Merchants
3d SOUTH MARKET
38 NOirTH couxoe: mtreets.
Trigg County, Ky.
X" o d yv. c c o
Qanoral Commission llerchants
BUY AT HOME.
Ptepared for manufacturing ttanb-,
Doom, Blinds, inside and ont. Pivot 1
Stationary Slats, Frames of every description.
Brackets, Cornices, plain and ornaments.
Mantelpieces, Mouldings of all kinds, Ba
Boards. Flooring. Poplar and Pino Ceiltni
Plank. Weatherboarding, and Building Mate
rial generally. Also, Builders and Contractor
All at as low rates as can be Imported of equal
quality. Send orders. Punctuality and dis
patch aro our business creed. Office and Fac
tory adjoiningNashville and Chattanooga Rail
road Locomotive Shops, Cedar street. Nashvll .
TUKBIYIULE & FCIA.UEB
farmers, Buy at llonie
"VOUR WAGONS AND AGRICULTURAL
X Implements. I am manufacturing the very
best of Steel Plows, and other Implement
Also, wagons of the very best material and
workmanship. J. H. RUMSEY.
Ne. 334 South Cherry street, between Ash an
Mulcerry streets. Inetfi 6 in
OWI3IGTO FALSE REPRESENTATIONS,
made by a certain party, many citizens of
Nashville are laboring under tho impression
thai I have withdrawn from the Street Sprink
ling Business, and that the work now beinc
Verformed is by this party; also that I was
favored by the party in power. For the infor
mation of tho publio cenera.ly. I would state
that when I applied for the use of the hydrant
water I was flatly refused, sayins that a con
tract had been given to another person.
I will simply stato that, having received suf
ficient en;ouragement from the majority or the
eitiiens, I intend to sprinkle over the same
ground as heretofore. , , .
Hoping that the above explanation will show
things in their true light: and soliciting a con
tinuation of your raironage, I am your oba-
difenbt9e7'IPt T. W. CARPENTER.
m 11 E Mj-A. IT I
OR THE 3IEN WHO HOLD PATRON'S
Tickets of the 2d and 3d Series of Wash
ington Medalion Pens, are hereby Informed
that the drawings were made January 29. 189.
and that circulars givldg full icfcimatiqn of tho
numbers drawn, will be sent to persons inter
ested, on their addressing the Waaucros
Medjlio Prw Compt.Nw York.
ti. B. Read the Tickets or the 4th Series.