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TWItir.KT,MDSIC, That strain once' morel Oh, touch thcee chord again; They call from opt the put Bweet Joys that could but last In memory' toft refrain, - - SXVhcn the father aud the mother, ' When the sister and the brother, Beneath the old elm tree Shared one dear home with mc Ab.1 well eta I recall that evening hour When I, "mid childish play, U First heard that simple lay And felt Its gentle power, ' As awhile entranced I listened . Fairy-like the flre-fliM glistened On the soft evening breeze, Flitting among tho trees. Then wake for mo onco more that long, loud strain And by sweet mutlc's power, For this ono blessed hour, I'd be a child again; And through tho twilight half discover Angel forma that round mo hover, , Their hands upon my head In tenderest blessing laid. THE CATAHOULA VENDI3TTA. The following from the New Orleans Times of the 8th, purports to give "the full ' particulars . of .the last act in the tragedy." To the Confederate Army of Tennessee, Gen. Xiddell was well known. "While Gen.' Bragg occupied Tullahoma and Shelbyville, Gen. Llddell was in com mand under Gen. "Bragg at Wartracc: A Contempory haying gJven some par ticulars of the Black river vendetta, and thccscapc of the younger Jones, after jhc murder of his father and brother, yuty.to the public compels us to furnish tmormation, which lias been in the office of the Times since Saturday, and' up to this time, for obvious reasons, has been Bupprcssed. Tho gentleman alluded to, a youth of nineteen, reached this city at a late hour Friday night' or early Saturday morning, onboard the steamer Mayflower, after one of llic most extraordinary es capes that perhaps has ever been recorded in either romance or history. Immediately upon his arrival, he sought a refuge in the Third District, but shortly afterward he was removed to another portion of the city, where he has since remained under a strong police guard. From those who have conversed with him freely, we lcam the following details of one of the most horrible outrages that has ever blackened the criminal record of Louisiana: The story of Sunday evening, Feb. 27, has already been partially told. "Whilo in the custody of Sheriff Ballard, and m the company of Sir. Elijah B. Cotton and several ladies, the house they three then occupied, near Harrisonburg, " was com pletely surrounded by an armed mob, who, knocking at the door, first demanded to sec the sheriff. Sir. Ballard, making his appearance, he was informed in a manner far from vio lent,, but at the same time with the utmost firmness, that it was necccssary for him and every other inmate, excepting tho three Joneses, to at once leave the prem ises. Upon his making some demur, the order was repeated more peremptorily and in his closing remarks the leader stated the house would bo burned in the course of a few minutes. There seemed no othcralternative, and all -the inmates, excepting the three victims, quietly left. The house is a two-story building, with stairs leading from tho rear to the second floor. Col. Jones and his- sons were on the ground floor, and after the departure of the other inmates, tho doors were securely fastened. Whenjic contest commcnccdrttic three were in a front room. The father, stand ing near a bedstead, rested his wounded left arm on it, and in his right hand held a revolver pointed at the portal. The second son stood immediately in rear, with two revolvers pointed in the same direction. Tho third son (the one who is now in the city) was still further back armed with one revolver. In the brief parley tho younger brother had urged the unhappy little garrison to take- a station up-stairs, but the other two insisted that if fire was used that course would only lead to certain destruction, and that as death was apparently inevitable all had lcst meet it boldly. The youth however did not seem disposed to give up all hope, and Ibeforc the assault had been fairly commenced, ho retreated through a rear room, in the direction of the staircase. About the time he hail ijlaced his foot on UiQ first step, there came a tci rifle bang ing at the door, apparently with an axe. Hurrying up, he was startled with a crash ; the door liad fallen, and the hor ror which followed rivaled terrors of hell itself. A dozen shots in quick suc cession, a fiendish yell, the groan of a dving man, and the tramp of heavy foot steps. Slen, like wild beasts, maddened at the sight of blood, rushed in all direc tions. The older son, desperately wound ed, tottered out to the garden "in the rear, only to have the remnant of life shot out of him by a wretch, (revolver in Land,) who stood over him as he lay gasping on the ground. The work of carnage was of short du ration; ten minutes completed the butch cry below, and then the rush was made for the upner story for the one more vic tim, a beardless boy, who remained for their angry bullets. To leap to the ground and certain death, or present his breast to the now ascending assassins, was the thought of an instant. "While the assail ants were yet on the stairs, he concluded to do neither and sprang through a front window where, grasping a ledge formed under the sill, he swung himself out and hung suspended blood below, blood thirsty enemies above. How long he re mained there is better told by his hands covered with blisters, and so bruised and strained that oven now they are nearly useless. The room "was ppeedily filled with men. Torches were thrust out almost over his head, but thanks to their blinding glare, the victim bun!; unseen. They evidently believed he had escaped. Parlies were even sent to the 'river, but after 'a stayxf perhaps Tifteen minute.", the scene of horror was deserted. The danger for the moment over, the youth swung himself back into the room, and for a time lay completely overcome by exhaustion. Then came the sad office of viewing the bloody corpses of tho only two he claimed akin within thousands ot miles. Cok Jones lay where ho liad stood, pierced by four bullets. He had J ovidently died instantly, receiving every wound from the front. The son lay in the garden, also quite dead. Remaining perhaps an hour on the trag ic ground, tho boy creeping' softly to the - river procured a pirogue, and slowly floated down stream to a lower landing. Slinking on board the steamer Mayflower, he found himself in the miilst ot ins ene mies, fifteen of them armed with shot guns. ''"While standing in lcwiUlcrmcnt, one man, worthy of the name, we wish we dared give it, touched him, and the two walked toward the engine room. He was quickly directed to the hold, a couple of bales of cotton were carelessly rolled over the hatch, and the escape was accom plished. The party left tho boat in squads of three and four on the way down the river. It Is not certain thaVall left. It is not certain that w)ine are not here now ; that two of them did not, on Saturday night, drive to .his refuge in a carriage. He is surrounded, however, by a circle fiercer than Greek fire. Should they pene V trate it, 'twill be at the risk of life. 'A venerable clergyman has just died in England, the Kcv. Charles Townsend, who achieved iu his timo tto good epi grams. One was directed at Wordsworth and his friends : "They dwell at the lakes, an appropriate quarter Tor poems diluted ith plenty of Mater." The olhcr was called forth by a visit of tlTicvcs to the author's rectory : "They cune and prigg'd My stockings, my Hum and my store; But they couldn't p Is uy sermons, Xor they were 'prlggM before. " It is asserted Hat there never was a better "stand" of wheal in .North ueorgia aiid Alabama at this season of the year than there is now. There was fully. the usual amount put in last fall ; the ground was, as a general thing, better prepared thau has lecn customary in former j-ears, and there is every reason to hope for a good crop at the next harvest .Mrs. Dr. Mary AValkcr says she never knbw:what ;oal trijublc was until she put! herself into pantaloons'. She is willing, . I hOWCyCr, wuic aunnji iu piuiujm p GOSS IPAB O UT4WOMEN. , A social glass to which. Jadies aread- uicteu me mirror. "When is'.thejnosl suitable time to get married? April 1. "Women are employed 'in Bevenly-four industrial pursuits, in isoston. Boston club women talk on Greek phi losophy and the Hjngoct religion. The Empress of Austria has the prctti est royal "inkle in Europe. The ladies don't object to a tight squeeze, if given by a corset or a nice pair of kids. Ten women and nine men form tho strength of thG fdmale suffrage party in Flonua. Tho watuptpn lcprn-shcllcr..oLBlinois is a woman, who shelled 100 bushels in fifteen hour-L , Ayoung lady-in Chicago made a bet of a. kiss, the pther day, but the bet was de clared null because she didn't xut up the stakes. The candidate, of the .New York Inde pendent for next Governor of New York is Susan B. Anthony. A young man in the city, who is en gaged to a Miss Kate, alleges, so angelic is she, that she. nearly suffo-Kates him with her beauty. California papera complain that the feminine element in getting to be disagree ably prominent in tho public affairs of the State. The experiment of placing ladies at the head of the Indianapolis public schools works so well that but ono male principal is now employed. Over thirty Nantucket belles left the island during 186?,,. to.'grace tkchomes; as wives on the main. So the attractions of the Nantucket girls are actually de populating the town. Miss Emma G. Shaw, of Providence, Rhode Island, has been added to the fac ulty of the Wcstfield normal school as teacher of the classical department Mis3 Dickinson denies the charge that she is a man-hater, but declines to be re garded as a plaything that smells sweet like a flower, or sounds sweetly like a' flute. " A Catholic lady is proud to say that not a single female of her church is to be found miqed up with the' woman suffrage business, nor in the harems of Brigham Yo'ung. The statement is made that during one of Prince Arthur's reception's in "Washing ton a well-known matron went among the girls exclaiming: "Blush a little 1 blush a little 1 it will look more English !" A Methodist minister in Vermont has forbid any one to play a base- viol in his church. He says, however serious his thoughts may be, the moment he hears a fiddle he goes to thinking how he used to dance. 3Lrs. Gen. Gaines is endeavoring to end her claim troubles in New Orleans, through the State Legislature. A bill has been introduced putting the question of approving a compromise to a popular vote. Mrs. B. Morris, the femalo occupant of the judicial bench in Wyoming, is described as married; about sixty years of age; more fat than fair, and a believer in Spiritualism and a different organiza tion of our social as well as our political systems. The catalogue of the "Philadelphia School of Design for "Women," shows that seventy-two young women enjoyed its advantages, from January, 18C9, to Feb ruary, 1870, and there are fifty-four, wo men attending there as students at this time. The first piano has just arrived in Japan, and in the absence of professional teachers, Lady Parks, the wife of Sir Harry Parks, the British Minister near the Imperial Court of Japan, instructs the wife of the Mkado how to discourse sweet music. Mrs. Rcedc says: "The 'man with tho moustache' only needs a business wife who, has capacity enough to comprehend the cost of his w iocs, cigars and cards, and tact enough to earn or save from her allowance for daily family expenses enough to meet that demand." A lady correspondent states that one petition, if no more, has gone up, "winged with lire," to the assembled statesmen, philanthropists and patriots of Maine, iu favor of the emancipation of women. That document was evidently couched in "words that bum." Since the story has been told of how Judge Breckinridge married a gill whom he saw jump over a rail fence with a pail on her head, the girls in Orange county, New York, are said to spend their time in watching the road; and whenever they sec a carriage approaching with a man in it, they seize their pails and go for a fence. A cirl at Chester, Vt., has died from tight lacing. These corsets should be done away, with, and if the girte can't live without being squeezed, we suppose men can be found who would sacrifice themselves. As old as we arc, we had rather devote three hours a day, without a cent of pay, as a brevet corset, than see these rirls die off in that manner. Office hours almost any time. The English Society for Obtaining "Woman's Suffrage are on the alert for the coming session of Parliament, and intend to try once more to shame tho coarser sex into assent, 'ihey have ccrtamjy mace "hop, skip and jump" in their success as to the municipal representation. livery ratc-tiaver. woman or man. can now vote in the election for local officers. A nice young man in New Orleans ran away with and married the daughter ot a highly respectable laoy, ana came uacK for tho lady's blcssinR, which was freely riven, together with the information that the girl was not her daughter, but a quad roon servant rirl. ' He said it was a swin "die, and went away so rapidly that they couldn't see his back for the dust The Speaker of the Ohio House recently presented to that body a communication from citizens of Zanesvillc, asking that females in that State be allowed all the richts and privileges, including the ballot, now cranted to male citizens; that females shall be liable to military and road duty: and that, if women shall refuse to provide for tho support ot their nusnanas ana families, it shall be considered sufficient crround for divorce, the hUBband to be allowed alimony out of the estate of his wife. 1VOJ1D' VOTIN FOR IOWX OFFI CEILS. Htds Park, JIass., March 7. A novel demonstration in behalf of woman sur franc was made here on the occasion of town meeting to-day. Quite a number of women, headed by 3Irs. Wild, formerly Miss Grimkc, daughter of the well-known South Carolinian, determined to proceed to the polls and insist on their right to vote for town officers. Much oppo sition was manifested by the citizens, and when the, women appeared, headed by two or three ladies of not at all uncer tain age, they were greeted with a storm of hisses and groans, shouts for Brigham Young, and the like. Mr. Sylvanus Cobb, the great and bewildering novelist who runs the Ledger, came, however, to tho rescue, threatened to have the disturbers of tho peace arrested, championed tho women throughout, and finally succeeded in marshalinir nearly sixty of them to the ballot-box. Their votes were placed in a box of their own, which they had taken rare to nrovide beforehand, and were atter- wanl counted bv themselves. The result on tlio town election was not perceptible, but the excitement is not yet over, and the voting ladies are Holding a ica-pany m triumph. Many a child eoes astray, not because there is a want of prayer or virtue at home, but simnlv because home lacks sunshine. 'A child needs sunshine as much as flowers need sunbeams. Chil drcn look little beyond the present mo mcnt If a thing pleases they arc apt to seek it; if it displeases they are prone to avoid it If home is the place where faces arc sour, and words harsh, and fault-finding is ever in the ascendant, they will spend as many hours as possible else where. tiCt every lather and motner, then, try to be happy. Let them look hannv. Let them talk to their children. especially the little ones, in such a way as to make tnem nappy. XII K Hit If COOBSWAU. A New York letter to tho Boston Post savs! . For several days a aespcraic ngm nas been. going on between Stewart and Claf- 1 n. the kincs ot tne ary gooas marKei. Stewart started it by "maiking down" below Claflin'fl fi cures. Claflin followed suit; Stewart cut down again; then (Jlallin then Stewart; then Claflin again; then Stewart once more, and so the war has gone on for a week. Dry goods men tell me they never saw tho market so excited as it is by this war between tho two great houses. Both parties are selling at prices that are absolutely ruinous. Trade was so disturbed yesterday by their opera tions that the agents ot the ditrcrent mills held a meeting and decided not to sell to any one except at a certain fixed price. Stewart Jiaa occu selling some lines far below the agents' price (losing heavily, of course,) and they thought to steady the market by giving notice that they would not sell to any man who at tempted to undersell them, fatewart con tinues bis "bear" operation, however, and the excitement is rising to a fever. He lias demoralized the market to such an extent that it may take some weeks to restore steadiness. Several lines of sea sonable goods are now going at a reduc tion of thirty to forty per cent from last wceks's prices. The fight is character ized by outsiders as "tliroat-cutting," and all the jobbers arc swearing At Stewart like an army fresh from Flanders. Stew art's pugnacity arid capital will carry him through, but houses not so strong as his will probably go by the board before the storm blows over. JSIINSXUARX HULL ASKS FOR INFORMATION. John Stuart Mill, tho eminent political writer of England, has sent a nolo, to tho Social Science Association of Philadel phia, wherein he propounds these ques tions, and requests answers to them, aomo will appear quite amusing : How long has vote by ballot been in use, under what circumstances was it adopted, and whatsj'stcm did it super sede t I3 it compulsory how arc the votes given and recorded is there absolute se crecy, or is any official cognizant of the vote? Are the voters desirous of concealing their opinions and votes, or is there any manifestations of opinion by public meet ings or otherwise ? What inflcnecs, such as corruption, in timidation, or other, have most effect on the vote, and docs tho ballot protect 'the voter fully from these, or in what point docs it fail to do so? What is your opinion of the political morality of the body of voters are they intelligent and apparently swayed only by public motives, or by private interests, and what effect do you think the ballot has had in developing their present charac teristics ? Do you think open or secret voting best secures the expression or me electors convictions, exposed as he is in the ono case to intimidation, and in the other screened from tho healthy influence of public opinion? Philadelphia Age. CURIOUS FACXS IN ItKGAItl) TO SOUND. From tho TechnologUt, New York. The following curious "observations in regard to the transmission of sound have been carefully verified by an extended series of expenmcnts: Tho whistle of a locomotive is heard 3,300 j'ards through the air; the noise of a railroad train, 2, 800 yards; the report of a musket and the bark of a dog, 1,800 yards; an orches tra or the roll of a drum, 1,600 yards; the human voice reaches to the distance of 1,000 yards;' the croaking of frogs, 900 yards; the chirping of crickets, 800 yards. Distinct speaking is heard in tne air lrom below up to a distance ot 000 yards, from above it is only understood to a range of 100 yards downward. It has been ascertained that an echo is well reflected from the surface of smooth water only when the voice comes from an elevation. Other similar phenomena connected with the transmission of sound have been been observed, but the results disagree either from inaccuracy in tho observations or from the varying nature of the circum stances affecting the numbers obtained. Such variations occur to an extent of 10 or 20 per cent, and even more. The weather's being .cold and dry, or warm and wet, arc the chief influencing causes. In the first case the sound goes to a great er, and the second to a lesser, distance. DKAMAXIC CATASXISOrili: AX A fiiu:. Afire occurred on the 28lh ult, at Marion, S. C, destroying several houses. and causinK a los3 of $10,000. The Star of that place thus relates a deplorable in cident : 'Mr. Iscnian, one of our oldest and most respected merchants, lost his life in his humane exertions to rescue a lady from the flames. Believing that a fe male was asleep in the upper story of one of the buildings tnen on fire, lie rushed up the stairs to save her. In reaching the third story he found that the lady was not there ; then, attempting to return, he found escape impossible lrom tne sraoKc and flames which rendered the whole stairway impassable. Hushing to a win dow, he was seen by the crowd below, who cried out to him to jump to the ground, and he in return begged them to interpose something to urcaii the violence of his fall. Just at that moment a keg of powder in the lower floor of the build ing, occupied as a store, exploded 'and shivered the whole structure, and the un fortunate man was lost in the burning ruins. The next morning only his bones were found among the smoldering embers where the house had been. nill,l) WINXEKS AND I.AIELY IIAltVJCSXINXIIE OliOENXIMES. "Wc translate from an ancient German chronicle the following remarkable facts In the year 1289, in various parts of Germany, the winter was so warm that the leaves remained upon the trees until the formation ot the new ones displaced them. In January the fruit trees began to blossom, and migratory birds returned and sang cheerfully. In February the grape vines bloomed, strawberries ripened early and the harvest was good. In the year 1397, in the month of May, the usual harvest festivities were celebrated on the Rhine, and on "Pinxtcr" or Whit suntiuc, which usually occurs cany in June, bread was made fm the new grain crop. In the years 1421 and 1540 summer came very early, 'the grape vine bloomed in" April, and on St. John's day, June 24, crapes were ripe. In Octo bcr of the year 1510, cherries ripened for the second lime, and roses were in full bloom. All fruit trees bloomed asain in the fall and the fruit set, but did not be come ripe. In the year 1585 on the Three King's Day" (January 0) the alters of the churches were decorated with such flowers as ordinarily are not in blossom until after Easter. ITIII.ITJA WOIIEX. Now comes a frigbtful proposition bo- foic Congress in tho shape of a Bill in troduced to the House yesterday to or ganize the militia of the Territory of "Wyoming. Wyoming is the delightful Territory m whicli women iiavc utieiy ot- faincd the li-aueuisc, anil m wlncii, mcre forc, they have been elevated lo the en joyment of all the lights and responsi bilities ot citizenship, wc no not Know whether the object, of the bill is to com pel tho Wyoming lady-voters to do their duty in the ranks of the militia, who arc occasionally rcquinu mere ior service against the Indians. But they are un questionably liable to do this sort of ser vice, and if it be rigidly enforced upon them, wc suppose wc may look for a large migration oflady-voters to Wyom ing, to enjoy the priilc, pomp, and cir cumstance of militia women. New York Iribunc. The New York Star publishes the fol lowing exhibit: Mr. Fechter performed thirty-six nights in New York to houses .averaging nightly $1,821, making the total receipts $GG,55G; paid Mr. Fechter at the rate of $540 currency per night, $10, 440; average expenses of theater (nightly) during this engagement of Mr. Fechter $708; total for thirty sis night, $25,488; profit to management, .$20, G2S. SPE.CIAL iYOTICES. 80 ef A DAY MADE AT HOKE I 40 entirely .new ZdJ articles for Apents. Samples sent fret. Address H. B. SHAW Alfred, Me. marl-dawSm Used Up Essats fob Tocbo Men. The ener vated and used up, who have lost their youthful energy, ambition and bodily" vigor; In the pursuit of fecial pleasure with words of cheer, and sanl tary aid for. the seemingly hopeless. Sent free, In scaled envelopes. Address, Howabd Assocjaxon Box P, Philadelphia, Pa. . Jn30 3mdw J USX OUT, CHERRY TECTOrt AL TROCHES, snpirior to a others for Colds, Coughs, Soro Throat, Dronchitis and Hoarseness. 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Applied at No. IS Bond street, N. Y. Ju30 tmay23 Como, Gentla Spring, Ethereal mild nes3, Come. , , Tlumi&on. Old winter with his hoary locks, , Is lingering with us yot awhile, ' ; , And at the door with gontle knocks, Bprlng waits to enter with a'smllo; She then our hearts will oft beguile, As strolling o'er tho dewy mead, Orlooking at tho nowest style ' Of Hats, by Fashion now decreed. Come, genllo spring, and gild our way With radiant sunbeams, fragrant flowers, And let the brightness of each ray Shine on this latest stylo of ours; Let shoo-'flics buzz la summer showers, And dry their wings as best they can, As Paddy says, "We, by tho powers,. Intend to plazo ycz,.lvery man." SPRING STYLES SILK HATS Just received. WAIft A: TTALKEK, PREMIUM HATTERS, feblO-tMtbp No. 21 Public Square. J. D. COOPER, WHOLESALE' DEALER IN. Window Gl.tss, Flaskn, Brandy, Wine and Bitter Bottles, DUIJU GISTS' WAIEE, toves, Fire Fronts, Tea Kettles, etc., NO. 11 XOItXIiniAItlCFXSX., NASHVILLE, TENN. HAVING MADF. SPECIAL ARRANGEMENTS with manufacturers for the above Goods, I can furnish them at tho lowest prices. marii-arw&wit CAPITAL $200,000 Tj'ihe: marine and inland transporta- -I tion Risks taken at equitable rates. OFFICE : Second National Bank Dnilding, College ctrett MT" Losses fairly adjns and promptly paid. o fi'ic n-if,s V JOHN LUMSDEN . President ...Vico President. Secretary. II. H. FRENCH JOSETII NASH ian27 tf For Cnlro, NU EouIk, Itlcmpliis and New Orleans. TH E .FINE PA88BNGER Steamer X V It ON E, Tom ILuimax. Master. WAsn Weaveb. Clerk, wiU leave as above on MONDAY, the Hth mst., at 4 o ciocs r. u. For i reigut or passage apply en Doara, or to WM. BOYD, Agent, Nos. 41 k 42 Trent street HARRISON & SON, mar!2-2t No. 45 Front street. Eor 4:i:irKcsviIlc, Nmilulaiitl and EvaiiMillc. rnnr tint pjBsr.vfim stp ivrn i jiauic i tii con, jotce rnitoup i cftSJ i ' - r " n3 - Master. George T nnour Clerk, will flisSai leave as above, on SATURDAY the 12th inst, at 12 o CIOCK M. gFor freight or pas3ge, apply on board, or tj marl2-tf No. 10 Broad street. REGULAR PACKET lrom Naslivillc to Eraiiwilli; ami all Intermediate Port? on t!ic Cumberland ami Ohio ICivers. r I ill; bXAUuil x -Aaaiur.i4 fg JL. iTeigni aieamcr jii.rii,, wiu trri.; nlv as above during the season, making iRf,i2ja weekly trips, leaving NaihviUe every TUESDAY at 1 O CIOCK. The traveling pubUc and shippers are assured of prompt time, sai cty anu comiort. j- or ireignt or passage apply o nooara. jan4-tf T. O. RYMAN, Slastcr. IVasliYiHc & Cairo Packet Co. N X E A 31 E IS S I Tyrone, John Lumsden and Talisman ONE OF THESE FINE STEAMERS WILL leave NashviUe every MONDAY. WEDNES DAY and FRIDAY, at 4 o'clock P. M., taking first and second-class passengers at REDUCED KATES to St. Louis, Chicago, and aU points on tho .Mis souri river;- also to Memphis, Napoleon, Ticks- Durg, ilea river anu ew urieans, ana signing through Dills of Lading to all tne above points. irrcignt8 tacen to au available points ;on tne at- cansas and wmte rivers. FirNt-ClassTIcKets to tho following points, including state-rooms, wunoui mcaia: To St. Louis. J10 Cairo. 6 Memphis New Orleans. . . Sccond-Cluss ia 18 Tickets ;to the foUowing points: ro St. ijuis. Cairo Memphis .:::::::::::::lt 5 .: io New ur loans. The TYRONE, Uabman, Master, leaves on Mon days. The JOHN LUMSDEN, Davis, llaEter, reaves on wedncsaays. The TALISMAN, SinoMa, Master, leaves on Fridays. For freight or passage arply on board or to WM. BOYD, Agent, Nos. tl and 42 Front street HARRISON & SON. CHARLES ARTHUR, novll-tf . Passenger Agent. L. n. LANIER. L. li. LA1E li, 3 L. H Lanier & -Son, &pcc, in) b to L. LL Lanier, WHOLESALE GROCERS,! Nos. ,"iS ami CO South market St., novl2-tf NASH VI Il.i:, XIINN. DR. SH ALLEN BERCER'S liltnnti nrl A rv71 Jcevci auu jaguc ANTIDOTE . Alwnvs Stops tlio Clillls, This Mcdioinohoabccn beforo tho PaL lio fifteen ycar3, and is still ahead of all other known, remedies Itdocsnotpnrgo, doca not sicken tho stomach, is perfectly safo in anv doso and under all cixcnni- simccs, and is tho only Medicino that mil CURE IMMEDIATELY and permanently every form of Fever -aud Ague, hecauso it is a",perfeot Aixtl- iloto to malaria. Sold by all Drusgists. dec 1 diw ly S NEW! READ THE FOIiLOTVlifG WHAT TOE CITY MISSIONARY OF BOSTON' SATS ABOUT ALLEN'S LUNG BALSAM! As ait Expectorant lias no equal! IteniM. Mass . Feb. 18. 18C9. Messrs. P-Dnvia & Son Gents: The package of Allen's Luna Bal sam yon sent to me to use among tne afflicted poor In my city missionarr work, has proved very acceptable and nscfuh It has gone into several families, and with remarkable effect in every in stance. One woman has been restored from what her physician pronounced consumption, after several months' sickness with consh, great pain In tho lungs ana prostration, so uik tine. is able now to do housework and assist In tho support of her family, and with care and continued use of tho lLilsim. she e meets entire restoration. Another person, a young wo.san, to whom I gave one bottle, has received great benefit, so that her cough, which is of months' standing, is getting better, ana ho Has purenasou a secona Dottle, ana has every Indication of a speedy cure. A young man who was raising blood, and, quite weak and sick, has, by tho nso of two bottles, been much Improved, and ts able to do a littlo at his work. ' ' A young man to whom I recommended a trial of it, wco lias naa a oau cuuk "u racn pain- in nis lungs for months- past, and unable ,to .get rest or sleep, has commenced taking it, and is now nslng tho fourth bottle with great benefit, Ho said to mc, on a recent visit he would not do without it. Ho is hoping, and reasonably, it seems to me, to be able to resume nis wors: again. Very respectfully and gratefully yonrs, CH AS. A. RODNDY, CSty Missionary. J. N, .Ileitis iy. auiu anin l-raiiric- tors, unciiiuuui miio. CST-Sold by Druggists generally. For sale by nERRY. DEMOV1LLE & CO., and EWIN & PENDLETON, NashvUle. lCD2Sdlyawlam A. G. ADAMS & CO., Wholesale Dealers In Boots, Shoes & Hats, NASHVILLE, TENN. tlfE HAVE KEPT I" ,VCE AVI I II the Increased demand for JTINEia GOODS in our line, and the Htock wc now j offer to tho Xrade ISA's NEVEIC BEES EQUALED in this market. A. G. ADAMS & CO. March 4, 1870-2m .TO. ArA.XJLX, JE,, , WITH GRIFFEN, HENDERSON & CO., Importers and Wholejalo Dealers in Notions, Hosiery & Furnishing Goods, 47 WALKER STREET.'.NEW YORK. IT IS A FACT ACKNOWLEDGED BY THE shrewdest andmost Micccsftful mer chant of tun country, tnat u is a ucciucu advantage to buy these goods from a strict- Ir firs l cms nonse, maxing mem a J al t Such wo oner to the trade. Wo sell tho best manufacture of Shirts In the 'market. Orders solicited from merchants wishing goods at the lowest New York rates. leu'jwra In Chancery at Nashville 3,365. STATE OF TENNESSEE, Office Clerk and ) Master, Chancery court at riasnviue, ( Feb. 21, 1S70 I Frederick Roth, cL aL, Complainants, vs. James WhrUn and others. Defendants. . ...... . ....... . -Ti w 1 l.l'IIl , V1T tfTTVn TV :i7iAll non-resident of the Stato of Tcnnessco: it is ti r, wirn.i n,t Im mli-r his anncaranco herein before or within the first threo days of the next term of said Court, to uo ncia on tno nrsi Tnn,lav in Anril next. 11870. and plead, answer or demur to Complainants' second amended fcUL, or the same wiUbo taken tor coniisscu as to mm ana m-t fnr hMrini? exnarte. and that a cony ot mis order be pnbUshed for four cousccutivp weeks In tne riAMivme union anu ju'"u. D. K 'Wilkin & Chamberlln, SoUcitors for Com A mn, Attest: .11. 1). Jl'J J.l.l., v.. anu .'I- plainants. "0.-0 "w In Chancery at Nashville 6,164. STATE OF TENNESSEE, Offico Clerk and ) Master, Chancery court at r.asuvnie, f Oct 12. 18G0. Ramler''er. Bloom & Co.. complainants, vs. J. R. limn it i in pc ;w i- unmuiuw. TT APPEARING FROM AtFIAIAVir ii I tiiia mnn that defendant J. R. Hewitt is a non resident of the State of Tennessee: It is therefore ordered Hat ho enter his appearance herein before or within tho first three days of tho next term of of taid Court, to bo held on tno nni monoay ju Anril tiotI. 1S7D. and nlead. answer or demur to complainants' bUl, or the samowiU be taken for conressoa as to mm, ana set ior neaiuig and that a copy of this order be published for four consecutive weeks in the NashviUe Union ahi Americas. A copy Attest: M. u. Iiur.t,i-, ii anu ai. Philip Lindsley, SoUcitor for complainants. fcb2C lawlt 71 TT R i. J.-l V. 131 SO. FRONT ST . 1'iIH.APr.l.NHA, ri o CALVERT ST., llAI.TIMOIli; AC.r.JIlOII in.VN AV. A S. V VTI.lt ST, CIIIOAOO. EolievinR the firstH-I.in trade or tins a.iin Iry will support tlie maniiEictnre ff a hiRlier graile of i-piccs than ki e l,rrptirorcIen fouii'l outside of European lunrkrl i, wc Iinrc ppr.i-rlM prrangementirir girlnsn li gnrnNtolhepob lie. IVe slwll kce-i r-m .tmtly in stoek, fle'--tions from tbe choirii t in our lino to l fonnil in anv fe.rcin murlet, which, when grounJ, shall to A:--soit t. li riai MAKTT7XITTITntR Off New Tatent Double Shovel flows, Harrows, I Corn l'lantcrs, ciiiiivamrs. I'AltJI AND Sl'IUNM WACOSS, and all other workjn his line. All kinds of repairing executed with neatnoss anddispatcn. Pnc.es tnoencapest to bo outainca m me uij, Call at Xo. 8T IVortli Marltct street, Naslivillc, Tcmi. feb2-3m To Breeders of Fine StocK. rHE DISTINGUISHED STALLIONS, VANDAL AND JACK MAL0NE, will bo offered to the patronage of the i Dreecung ,.nllln (!, nrnaoiit nun. it KCIIC ITICIAUC, six miles southwest of NashviUe, season to com mence now and end the 1st of Juiy neiu . TPijrainn mz-h Tmrablo beforo the removal of the marcs. In case of failnrc, marcs to De re turned to their respective horses, irce oi cuarge, the next season. .... , Tim best care taken of marcs sent to tho horses. No liabilities for accidents ana escapes. 'out a highly formed THOROUGH-BRED STALLIO.N. W.iG. IIAUD1NU. BeUo Meade, Feb. C, 1870-3m Cotton! ( ottoii! Cotton! iri: havk AFKSro '...() r. 011 A FhV W "hairs. For sixty days, or losf time, the chamo will be seventy uve cents por ualo, ana iwcniy-uvo cenv wi uu buccsuuixik thirty days. Insurance one-fourth percent.per mnnth. When instrncted to sample, weigh. mark, mend, repair, ship, or sell, we do so at tno cost ot tte owner, weaisomaao aavanccs irprl ('in hnndle many hundred bales per day, whother in tho recoving or shipping department, at tho Depository Building, No. 81 North Markot street, Nashville. Tenn. rlDWlfl 11. DUUUiiAB, Manager, etc.. sopt3-Sm for Douglas, Son & Co. IVTOMLD HEREBY NOTIFY MY CUSTOMERS, and the public in ceneraL that I have removed my slock of WALL PATER from 'Sa S7 Market street to I . jvo. 124 Clmrcli St., near lligli, aud am now prepared to sell Wall Paner. twwitiw uiDiaiiviB, niuuuw .uruuun, xire ocreens, etc, as low as any house in this city. 1 am also preparoa to do plain Fresco ralntlng. iu uy uuuiruuiti cuiur. V. XV. KLAUES, f eblC If Corner Church snd High Ste. .Executrix' Notice. SOME KRO. I HAVE BEEN QUALIFIED AS EXECUTBIX I of the estate of Jua. M. Hfll, deceased. All per sons indebted to the. estate are notified to come for ward ana mase navment. - ana all havlrur claims ' against said estate must present them within the , time prcscrioca ny law, or tnoy will be forever barrco. iLUS. I'lLtilt U1LL, Ezecutrli. ICD13-UAWiW BAILBOAD3. . '. EDGEFIELD AMD, KEJiTUCKYf AN AND AFTER MONDAY, DEC. . (V 1?. J Trains (botu ireignr ana passenger; wiy run through between Nashville and UopklnsviUe. Mall train, leaves Nashville dally at 2-5 pM.,.and ar rive at Hopkinsvllle- at-7:10- v. K.' Returning leaves Hopkinsvllle at 6:30 A. M-, and arrives at NashviUe at 9 E30 a. m. - .. This train makes close connection' at Guthrie -with Memphis, darksviuo and LoulaviUo Railroad both night and morning-, for Oarksville and Southern poinU. 1 Tickets for silo at Transfer Oluce. tinder Max weU House, audnt Depot Loubvjllo and Nahv(do oi Edgeneia ana Kemucny murrain Tdecl8tf lTcsident and lteci-rv.er. rr . - -1 ' i r t LOUISVILLE AS!) NASHVILLE RAILKOAU TRAINS RUN TO AND FROM NASHVILLE AS follows: lxave. (Nov.. II, ibiiii.), - Annrvu 5:30 a. m. Eiprces. . . . 'Jroa a. jc 2:00 r.M. Mail. i:sup. m. 3:00 p.m. Gallatin Accommodation. .... O Express runa dally. Mali dally cictptSunday. J ,t A. liMU lAWUlUB . " Jeflersonville Railroad for St. Lonisj Springneld, I1L, Qnlncy,- Chicago, and all principal .points North mil Went. Alsn connects via Jfcffersonvtlle Railroad and Tia L. a and L. Railroad, through Indianapolis . ,1 -ii I-.,- . t. . - - Hf a :00 p.m. train connects at Louisville with JTeffersonvllle Railroad for St. Louis, Springfield, HL, Qnlncy. and all principal points West. Also con nects with Jeffersonville Railroad via Indianopolis, and with L. C. and L. Railroad, via Cincinnati, for all nolnta North and East by all routed from Cin cinnati and Indianopolis. Tzr Mali, boats leaving lyouisvme ai iu a. si. ana 3p.it, arrive at Cincinnati In time to connect with early trains for the East. - rvpassengcrs from Gallatin and points South arriving at Nashville at O :00 a. M. have until 3:00 p. m. In which to attend to business before re turning. ttr For through tickets, baggago checks and In formation as to Sleeping Cars, through connections, eta, etc., apply at office Nashville. City Transfer Co.. under Maxwell House, and at depot Louis vil!o and Nashville Railroad In Nashvillo. ALBERT FlUB., JnlyJ-ly General Superintendent. Nashville and Northwestern j J J EO Kf J-J . rASSENGEIt TWAINS. abcive; Accomodation, Nashvillo... ..- 9:50 A. m. Day Passenger .....6:30 p.m. Day Passenger, Memphis....; '....3:30 a. k. Day passenger, au uouib LEAVE. Day Passenger, Nashville. .30 A. u Accommodation " " 4:00 p. vt Day Passenger, Memphis ,...t:15 A. M Day Passenger, St. Louis. 5 :30 p. at. 78 miles ohortcr than via Dccauirio uiciiipiii. More than 100 miles shorter than via IiOlllSVUIO ID 91, JUOU1J, fine .ntinrrtions at liumuoiui jor jaossoo. Tenn., Jackson, Miss., Vicksburg, New Orleans and the Southwest. Passengers, have tho choice of routes to all principal points In the Southwest via Memphis or Jacison. Aenn. (v.nnlinlmula at Union. City with trains of the Mobile and Ohio Railroad for all principal points West and Northwest; at Hickman with FIRST-CLASS STEAMERS for all points in tho Mississippi Valley. , . ,. . For THROUGH TICKETS apply at City Transfer Office, Maxwell House, and Nashville and Chatta nooga Passenger Depot, Church street. TV. L. DANLEY, ' ' Gen'J,'h Genl P. ana T. Agent. " Nashvillo and Chattanooga. :r,.a.ii.:r,o .a. id. PASSENOEIt TItAINS. AltEIVE. Day passenger, NashviUe Night Passenger " ...... Day Passenger. Chattanooga... ...ISM p. St. ...5:00 a. m. ...7:10 p.m. ...4:30 a. ji. . ..G-.I0 p. M. ...0:30 A. M. ...8:00 r. M. ...3:a. it. lilgnt rasscnger, LXAYE. Night Passenger, Nashville..... Day Passenger " ... Klgnt rassengcr, ;uaiianuuBa. Day Passenger, " Shelbyville Accommodation. Not on Sunday. Arrives at NashviUe ,...I0US A. M. Leaves NashvUle "30 r. M. Night Passenger trains daUy. Day Passenger trains daily, except Sunday Both trains connwet at Chattanooga for Rome, Atlanta- and principal Southern Citlec. Passengers for Valiinfrton Cltr Mal timorc, l'liilatlclpliia, New I orlt and iniinn . .a z nil nnints in East Tennessee . iioitonVaswell a all point. JnXast Tennes "and Virginia, make direct connections through by '.'T.rrw. t vWIn. I taking the C:t0 P. M. train out of Na3hvmo. TII1H tl TK NHOKT fioirrir haihi, and tho only diced route to the South and South- east Passcngera for tho aKaunnvme ana nianwiusirr, . . . t.br.. Ilnnpli l-illl. wincncsicr ana ai&u&iu "-i-1 ... ..i- v. iijn nv Trin nnt of NashviUe. ForTHROUGILTICKETS and. further lnforma-. tion, apply at city l-ransicr uuicf, mu V. ;' and at tno nasuviiio Jinn tiwwuw; .' i Church street J. W. THOMAS, W. I DANLEY, ucn l oupt. Genl P. and T. Agent. jan. u Passengers (ioing East, via i.ouisviM.n. on caiko, gHOULDTURCH.SE TICKETS BY THE Erie & Atlantic & Great Western IVy, forming the best and most comfortable Lino to Vew York. noKtnn. and Northern and Atlantic Cities, with magnificent Palace Combined Day and Night Coache. through to New York without change. Two I.Iclitninir Exprc-w Train Uailr. Tliia U Ihn onlv Una from Cincinnati o Now York under one management ; the only Une from ninrinnatl to New York without break of guage; the only Une whoso trains run through to New York without change ; tho only Une running coachos through without using Compromise Whet In; tho onlv fine running Palaco Droad Guago Coaches through without change. ?, if von ilesiro nromnt time ana certain con. ncctions. finest scencrr on tho Contment, most comfortablo Cars In the world, most magnificent dining halls and amplo time for meals, and tho safest, best and most comfortable route go to Hew yo Dy tne rjin, ailmiiu ouulai WESTERN RAILWAY. TickeU- by this Lino for silo at all Ticket .Offices through tno soutn. W. B. SHATTUC. Genl Pass. Agent, N. Y. Genl South'n Ag't, Cincinnati, O. man-iy HOTELS, &c. J. EDWARD STACEY, PROPELETOR NASII VI 1.I.C,: XENALVESSF.i:. milF. STACEY nOUSE IS RE-OPENED AND JL now ready for tho reception of guests, soUcit- lng a liberal snaro or patronage, pledging me puo- i Uc that no pains shall bo spared to maio aU its patrons comiortaDie. joujh CITY. MOTEL, JOEL BATTLE & S, M. JONES, 'PitOl'iUKTOKS, NASHVILLE. - - - TKNJSEB&Ki;, riiHISWELL KNOWN HOUSE llAS JUtif I been completely renueu, anu won i TVii. j vixranf SnpniinTo in every aer i nartment- Thankful to our old friends snd tho pubUo for a liberal patronage, we solicit, and shaU enaeavor to mem, rJTim. auga xj BURTON & STOCKTON, UNITED STATES HOTEL, LOUISVILLE, KY., HAS'jrJST-BEES BEFITTED. Centrally located. TTTT-! Aitf HOUSE, T.fi TT ISVILL E. JZ V. A, ' AU First and Maia Street-s -w t rrAVT I1II."M Wit 1 1 A V 1 14 t QUI liMiVM . r of 11l(7ITrU 1 facilities for the eeommodation ofjguests. ProVrieh.pe-to merit and reiv.a al share of patronage from tt-el.n, The Pr liboral tinblic. Manager, apuu ,1 pnnnni ITiM" IT HTC I" mtrnuruLuniM ru.ll, r.aki Street, bet. Fro t ana scconu, O IN O INN ATI. Tranaleut Uonrd, Icr daj, a.0P. W. A.TUURSTOW. Jfropnew ( . A. HARROW apenntendent. arrl DOLLARS, distributed monthly by Sworn Com mlssioners In tho Legal KcnfucV.y . tate Lottery. Send for circular t once and Try Tour Liu. , Addreas C.U.MUBIIAY4 CO., Covington, Ky. E.iAAStt' .pm a will-, i. I.IX-.IfcOxlLX. ki mm urn, 230.650 F 41AA01JUMM OA UK 11 1 lAJBJdt ! ft . " - i-i A ESTABLISHED IN 1813. JkJSjyjihiSoisi & woods', Bestllcpneil . Cast t Steel, CAST ANI GERMAN . FLO W and SPUING STEEL, (.mi . venue miei uofcs aireci nnvMUUu lMTT-MIUllKIl. ieasGlitrj& Miller, No. II 30UTII COI.EEGE STIIEET, NAStTyTLLE, TENN.I;- - ; ; . U e i i i jyANOFACTUHERS OF ALL KINDS OF Mattresses ancT Spring Beds. Tho only House in the; city that manufactures SPONOE. BEDS. Can and see them, as they cropoeo to seU very cheap for cash. , . All orders from city or country promptly lined. janlSm Hurley's Stomach Hitters. For' Debility, loss of Appetite, Weak ness, indigestion or Dyspepsia, Want oi Action of Liver", or Disordered Stomach. There are no Litters that compare with these in removing these distressing com Dial nts. For sala or can bo hid at any drug store In the United States. JAMES RUDDLE At CO., Proprietors, Louisville, Kentucky. Tn limn RiiJ.lln & Co.. LonlsviUe Kent nek v: Gentlemen Tins Is to certify that I have been for years a sufferer, and tried all tho tonics I ever heard of or seen advertised, with littlo or no relief from any of them, i ceara your liuriey miters highly spoken of, and tried a bottle, with little faith in it before I commenced, and to my sur prise and joy, before I finished one bottle, I felt a great acai Detti-r, ami nrmiy ucuevo tnat on one or two occasions it was tho means of saving and pro longing my life. I conscientiously recommend them to all sufferers as the best biaors known, and advise them to always ask for Dr. T. A. Hurley's, and have no other. You can use this as yon think proper, if it will benefit others. lours, truly, etc., Jisua w. uiAun. LoulsviUo,Ky., Dec. 10, 18C8. Hurley's Popular Worm Candy. 1 - ,1. t.. I- n MMtn TIV,. .V..1 tl. M best and most palatabto form to giyo to children, it is not surprising that It la fast taking tho place of all other preparations for worms it being per fectly tasteless, and any chfld will take 1L Messrs. James ltuaoie a u; ucnuemen At give mo great pleasure t say, after using an the cither worm remedies known to mo. with but par tial relief to my children, I was advised to try Dr.. A. T. Hurley's, ana since using it, my cnnaren have became quite well and healthy; the children would cat it all tho time, it Is so pleasant, If wrf would let them. 1 believe it U one of tho best and safest remedies known, and as such, recommend it to one and aU. JAMES W. TRAVIS. LouisviUe, Jan. 3, 18C& isurlcy's Sarsaparilla. WITH IODIDE OF POTASH. This is the pnre and gennino extract of the root and will, on trial, bo found to effect a certain and perfect cure of tho oUowing complaints and dis eases:. Affections of tho Bones, nabitnal Costivcncss, slnclas. Female Irrecnlaritics. Fistula. aU Skin Diseases, Liver complaint, indigestion, rues, l lu minary Diseases, scrofula or Kings' Evn, Hypnuis, and all Impurities of tho Blood. Hurley's Aj?ue Tonic NO ARSENIC. NO MERCURY VfltFECXXY; ltEI.IAHtiE. The only remedy for Chills and Fever, or Ague and Fever that is or can . bedepended pponia UVll- LEY S AO UK TOlU 'mere uave been tnous ands cured by using it who have tried the usual remedies without benefit. Tho following certificate from a reliable citizen of Mississippi, siioaES tor llsell : i Meridian, Mihk.. Oct 16, 18CS. Mr. R. Y. R. Chadwick Dear Sir : This Is to certify that I bought from you, by your recommendation, a bot tle of llunejB Ague ionic, ana it curea two cases of fever and ague of fifteen months' standing. I cheerfully recommend Hurley's Tonic to the pub Uc generally, ltcspxuiuiy yours, JUiia li. wiuuui. Dr. Scnbroolt's Infant Soothing' Sy- run. Ir.:abrooU.'! lUixirllarK and Iron JAMES RUDDLE & CO.. Proprietors. Laboratory, 11 BnUitt street, IiOuisvUle, Kcntncky. EWIN. PENDLETON & CO., Agents, JanJ tf NashvUle. hJBIBIlillIlJiigl FULL LINE OF ALL THE STANDARD School Rooks used in this section, at Eastekh PSICES. PAUL, TAVEL ft UANNEK, nov5-tf No. 48 Union street. A FULL SUPPLY OF LAW, MEDICAL AND 1 V MisceUaneous cooks, at PAUL, TAVEL & HAaMERU, nov5-tf No. 43 Union street A COMPLETE STOCK OF FANCY AND STAPLE Stationery and Stationery articles, for office, school and general use. A'AUlj, AAV JVL, G UAnflEiU, nov5-tf No. tS Union street rr our own and eastern manufao- J tnre, of the best materials and workmanship. novWim ' No. 48 Unlcn street. tvmi titb rrrm-p. nT? vr.TTT TIT A uTlTTfKA. RUM- JJ MER COMTLAINTS, etc This medicine has stood tne test oi years oi irsu. t m fh (i-.timnnlnl nf onr het citizens who have used It, as to its ctlicacy.- I prepare it with tho crcatcst care, ana present n, ior me lusatii-a named, as tlio best 7Iciliclne known. I or sale by jua. Ajiuisuniw novlt-ly or DOItTCU & HADDC0L Thfe Farmer's Favorite. :HE.Vri.Y IilII'KOVED.. . liCKFOKD & HUFFMAN'S WOnLD-RENOWKED rilEMIHM With the Improved Gnano Attachment and! Grass beea Dower. A CONTISDOIJ3 GRAIN DISTRIBUTOR. ThoDisIderatuni of Seeders! Perfect In Mechanical construction! Perfect In its Performance of Workl Hnwinff all cralns. from the coarsest Marrowfat rcas to the finest kcrneled, tciUi accuracy. Thistle balls and dirt do not clog it. Seeding an even continuous stream through each tnbe; Deforming equally wellup hill or down, side hill or level. Ko Bunching of Grain! Ko Liability to Got out ot omcr or iirozen i Built as a plain Grain Brill or with Compost or Bood Attachment. l"or one of these incomparable machines, address. W. L. BUCKINGHAM, mar-ly No. C3X S. Charles st, Baltimore, Md. IIoiiscm ana 1,01.1 Ior Snlo or Lciiao on lion Time AIArtGE NUMBER OF 8UBSTANTIALLY bullt and handsomo Cottage Houses, located In West Nashville, In Hynos' addition, for sale on reasonable terms, and on long timo., ' Also, Honsea and Lots for lease, and a large lot of unimproved property to ba had at a low figure and on good time. Apply to P. BREW, febM-lm tCT Church street COM! -COM! COM! muTNTT-nVE THOUSAND BCBLAP CORN i J. Sacks in store and to arrl yeor sale,- at manu? factnrcrs priced. ' '. I Full supply always on hand and subject to or der. ! I J. 1L- OARSEY, SON s.Ca, , I jinSStf" '"' Corner Broad and College. . 73. IW-. .am 4i RED . CEDAR WdDtMl WA omci Ajrq NORTH fcb9-3m (Near Church 1 ST. XjOJJXS ilASOFACTTJRKRS- 0F EXTRA FJME CAST Of .til tio.dojeriptions cotE Thess taw hayo beeniZBanafactared and In.taso !na 18fil. They ferted tooth saws mado'rax used cxclcsiTelron the Faeifio Coast, wherever known.. .. i !.' -F.OiS SALE AT .OUR WAREHOUSES: S,,fo.KAHiK't' I "Onnrt 118 Vlan Sen41y 1 W A A la n If 1 .11,1, l.lllilW . T i drr. f McCRSA & CO.,- Saecc&ors to 1Iik McCren & C., U0TT0K EACTOltS, STOEAGB, Produce find . Commission 31 K It O II AKT8, SPltlKO BKOok BUILD IN Q S Mnirket Stfeet,' HA.VIUQ RKM iVED XO No. 42 SPRINQ ilruolr lfciHincs. onnosite oar old Ware- hoaic. on Market street, wo will continue to do a Cotlca, Storage k l omativ'u liusiucss In all its departments and branches. We are aml.lv triared to handle COTTON AND" OTHUR PKODUOK. - asd our charges shall ba as moderate as any other first-class house in tho city. Oar Wareliouso being sappjied-with. a H'l'lSiVM KLEVATOK makes either rtorr available fdr the STORAGE OF MKKCHANDISIS and FKODUCE of every description, in lartto quantities. We will pay particular uinniinn .o icia nraocaei our vue nee3. Wo.aro Agents for the sale of Eagle Mills Standard Gotten I'-tfiia Cjoiton Hope and Baitlug, and we will slwayt have on hand a full itocy. which will be inpplied to tbe Trade at tbe cur rent prices, with uis osnai ausonni ou. We will also keep a constant tupfcly ef V. U IV G ' H- Copper Distilled Whisky, which will It inhi to the Trade on rtsnable terms. 7e hope, hy strict attention to the interests OI our irienuo ctl uuinai'ua'iviiu, iu uiwj nuu rtcoivsa liberal patronage, amll tf f rt:KKA A t'O. J.M.Carsey . Son&Co (JO'f'i'dS S'AUTOKfi Commission SIcrclinnis, ciiiimiii ittAi Asu t:ui.u:i UTESSRS IIATlKY. ORDWAY' k CO. llL havinir withdrawn from the Cott-n de- partmenr. and J. 31. Carsey from tbejrocery uepanmcnt oi ine oia urm, iu9uuueiiKur-a ur fr his uprriftes. in connection with his ?on. W b. CAlUiKY.to the Planters and Shippers o! Cotton and ther Produce, tr soli or ship for t. an. rifii,. . ri.it lv (T,init7iiiiiiifin hufiiriaMf- we flatter -ur e M in.it we shall.be ab!o to give salisfuc'inc. to those who may favor us with conalcnin-ecb). Oar motto will he to obey inqt nplionv in e-ser irstnce. which mast be gWen us in writins- We shall be -pleased tore- ccWo consignmett3 of Cotton or other l'rodace front l'lantors and others. Onr charrts will be tho samo as those of other Commission Her ohints of this city. Thrtnkin? the old natrons of tho hoao Riiiii-!7. DnlwrLV i Co. for their very liberal patronage, we solicit a continuance of the aame to J. m. v, Altar, i . sia v. J. SI- OAtlHKT. GRANDfc NOUVELLES I UK FRENCH EMPHiaS HAS COMh down, to Haahville. at 1. Urnvlll' llwlr Murr, where everybody can see her with tbe boetanortmcnt ot 11 air tiratds, osrts. Chignons and Wigs, better made and cheaper ttian any oiaere?iaoiisainoniiu mcio A!n. Hair Jewnlry. Ferfumeriea. ''ooilw Urashes. Soap, etc.. etc. Conic and See fyr Yourselves, l: ti. Private Room for Ladies' Hair Dress- J ins and Children's Hair Cutting. . -icaia nt3 mw. w " "u 5 Now York city- P.UKAV1LLIS. mayTtt a N. Cherrs st, cor. Bank alley. Valuablo Water Power & Seal Estate iroxt .saxje. nni TTN Tl RRSIQNED WILL BELL THE VALUA I hi,. TTatnii PnwM- ftllfl Velcrflt hlUltlfcd ACTCS uf i.nii mnan-ted and Ivincronird it.) known as Aliso- nia. on the Uno of the Nashvillo and, Chattanooga 1 KallroatL. near fjmu s Bpnus. a. iiwniu.ti, - mis nan some auvauwii. uiit nnj umw m -i..' 4 Stato. It Is Immediately on tho line of thullailruad In c good grain ana couun country. For manufacturing, the cotton can lib hoaghtln the seed. The fill Is about 18 feet, the river mak ing a drcn It of 3f miles, and coming bach so that the entire stream can bo turned by a cntwblch Is made through a solid rock. Tho slto can never be the least affected by high water. This Water lower. Is tho most celebrated, ana best known as a valuable power of any in the State. itm. , i .ti iV..ti -nt tin, mtmt nf.it is bottom lanii Just at this time a trade-can be made with mebywhlcli tho purchaser can roao vu oower clear. My Agents at na.mmu nov-iTtf "'mtl'8bi. FAIRliANK'S STANDARD SCALES O V A I. t. It I N I S. Also; Baggage Barrows,- Warehouse TrncKs, uopymg rresses, oic, eic rAlttBAHK-S, KOIB: CO., , 133 WALNUT STKEET, CI5CINNATL A. W. CADY, Manufacturers Agent, Nashville, nrjjo caret nl to buy only tho genulna. fled! tf- GUUIVER & FISHER, 101 NortI Clicrxy "tree I. i-rr'i! ATtF- PREPARED 10159 ALL KIND3 OF W Glass Staining in the finest and most ma- mental styles foe ctrarchea, sieamnoaw sua nana. iHaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaalKn. vabs hoc Street,) NASlivifcVli T tknn; WORKS! CliOOKES CO- ft SAWS, used la tie United States. am warranted toe bi- and arptov d by Tn'b m fctreot, 75 i nr-ndolct SirccU Kill ff NEW OlUXASSJuS. JUL SWAN & BROWN. i ' STEAM3 . r i Marble & Freestone Works, MoniMeiats, Tombs, Statnary, Marble Mantles Table and Bureau Tops A IX II USDS OF B VJLDINO. CDX-STONB WORK. HOUSE TBOStS TLAQQim. PLATFORMS. STEPS. CAPS ' ASD SILLS, BASE. CORNICX. COPING. CURB STONE. j XTCL, ETC No. 33 North Summer street, NASHjViLLE, TENN. IbeiTrn, IcNMppIIcU with Bur ble In lilochu or Satred to or. sep4tf H00PEKHABBIS&C0.. GENERAL ComniLssion merchants No. 38 1-2 Broadway, ITow York. H. F; NliviNS, Agent, in rfT jy2Tly NAanVILLE. TEH H Grover & Baker's , t'lUKSX PREMIUM. HOISKIir .V A M I i; Y SEWING MAtJHINE AVScpenerto all other Machine."S uso.ovo mads and seld- OROVEIt 4 BAKKR S. M. CO.. lit Church, atreel DOCTOR ilUNTER. CONTLSUKS TO TREAT ALL PRIVATE Dhmjm. Svnhilis. Oonorrhea. Gleet Stricture, Orchitis. Hernia and rupture, all Uri nary diseases, bypatliuc or .Mercurial acsj tions of the throat, skin or bones, are treated with unparalleled JUSceTS. opermatorrnea. sexnai ueouiry ana impo tener. as tbe result of self-abase in youth, lain al excesses in matnrer years, or other eanses. ' . i t..v 1 . .,iL. i, . ; ana wnica vruuucv numiui tug lutjuvfiuKcuevu. as nocturnal emissions, blotcbos, debility, diili neu, dimness of siKht. eonfuf iun of ideas, eril XorebodinK. aversion to society of fentaleslo& ot memory and sexual power, ana reauenne marnaee improper, are permanently curea. DOCTOR JlUiSTKR poblishes a MsDiCAi Pahfblxt relating to venereal diseases and the disastrous and varied consetaences of self abuse, that will be sect to any address ia n sealed envelope for two stamps. It contains fall symptom lists that wilt enable those affectod to determine the nature oi meir complain;, ann riva a. written statement of their case thatiwill answer almost as well for tbe purpose of treat meat as a personal interview: but where it is con lenient, tiio Doctor shculd be consulted personally. It is rclf-eTident that a pbysieiin who eon fines Himself exclusively to thestady of a eer r..nMiL'ir r!tirrajiAjl Ami treats thoruacds of cafes every yoar.jnnst acquire groaier skill in hat fi-eeuliy than one in general pracucw. llnnr i,hv.iiciAnF. refiMnixicr this fact, intio dace patients to the Doctor after reading hi; mcuiCHi pampmei, a inonaiy isix wiuveci yon nothing Charges moderate. Cures gsaran teed -0Eee No. IKS Tbtrd street, between Oreen and Wnlnut, near the FostoCce. LouLs- ville. Ky. OEee hours. 3 A. . to TT. sr.: Ban days. Id a. if. to 12 m. aaSt dly NEW Wholesale Millinery Store, THE STJESCnTDEB ntOPOSES TO OPES A Wholesalo Millinery EsUbliahment at IVo. ol Nortlx Side lMibllo Square, NASHVILLE, TENN., and wm have In store by the 1st rf March, a brga and complete assortment of ilHXIUEItT GOODS, conslstlnlnpartof Ladies' Hits and Bonnets, aU Unda of Ladies' and Gentlemen's Straw Good, Trimmings, Ribbons, eta, which will be sold ex clusively to the trade. Merchants visiting Nash vUle Ior snppues, will please cau ana ctaniuyi goods and prices. II. .i. Ullljiuim. febl-tf Pnbllc Bqnara. Marylana Bag -Bactoir. BAOS OF ALL KINDS. Gunny. Burlaps, Seamless. Cotton and Hemp urain Aiazs. Coffee Covers and Oroeers'llaas. Cotton Baiginir and Rope. O. H. I V. II. KIJilNFELTER. S. W. corner South and Itt streeti" oc96m BALTIMORE. MP. STONE FOItT PAPER MHJiS. T71HTEMAN BROTHERS, rROPKIETUlia u VV ihiuum.. hT mtabliahixl their offlcoln Wsuii.Hi!. at Ko. I Market street, (two doors santh of Church, east side,) where they wffl keep con stantly on hand NEWS and BOOK papers of su perior quality, at the lowest market prices. Oc- uers ior any size or weiKub pruuipwj - SV Cash paid fur rags and all kinds o por stock, which includes hemp ropo and bagging, as well as lactnry emtoqwasm tui AaSTNOUWOEMENT- MAb'MVILLK. AUGUST 1. Tho firrii of CUKATIIAM. WOODS i 'C? this day dissolved by mutual consent of the srtnera. air. LOarieaai. liayseurrasve, . ; The bu-rine&i In fntare wilt be conducted, fay It. B. CUKATHAM and It. V. WOODS, under tho style and firm of . Chcatiiniu & vvoods. The old Brrr. dssire to tittle the busise& -t the par ncn.hiiipr-mptly,and therefore requc" p!l i nl- bled tvicall im jrfnilateir.and all bavin claims tn preseht thtm fbf collection wiCfour ilelay, Kit bcr member of tho firm is authorise tcTnake settlements. rj... Th-retlrinr partner. CHARLES M.HAYSj takes this occeasivn to thank his friends and tbo public for their gonerous patronage, and reccommend h s lato- aisociates eomnorinC the new firm to ac irtinnation of their eonfidenco iictipeciinij?.' - . ,sf CH KATH AST; WOODS JrXO- K. r nncAViiAV. a-r.3aj9 CHliJATHAlxI & WOODS, Wll(il,KHALE Grocers and Liquor Dealers, COKNSK C0LLEQS ANP CHUBCH 813 ant4 tf - BROAVN DICIC -TI7ILL MAKE THE PRESENT SEASON"' AT V V raT farm. 4 miles west ot Nashville, at fifty Hollars the season forthoronghbred marea and twen-ty-flTO dollars for grade mare. Mares kept'dsrlng- ,tne season at tour uonan pt-r montn, dui no inunu lv fni Mnitfii nr n-rlil.'iit. AffilrmA th muter Signed. B. F- COCKBXLL. lecw-im Notice to tho Taxpayers of! the. City of Hashviile. YOU ,VRE HEREBY NOTTFIEDTHATTOnARi! required to report to the Assessor, at his fflce, in thc2VortUii(loI tbcMaxltcthoaso in the Council Chamber, and make a fnll return of all. yonr taxable property, real, personal and 'mixed, without delay, as the Assessor Is r equlred by the rigia law oi tne corporauon to complete nt anaesiraeutby a sped Bed. time. Tnat ttmebavfeig already, expired, he therefore carhcstly reqttesti ' all those who havo failed to make their returns to 'do so Immediately, or the- Asseiwor-wilt-bejtta. pelled to enforce the law. L. I. BEECHJ r-febl0- " Aascascr.