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'oiiiiiilllfr- His Own I(rMirl tif Ills
Tcstlimiii.
"When I was put on the hlaud, old llont
well swore mc most fiercely and t-olcinnly to
sneak the tnith, the whole truth, and 110
thing but the trutli, and 1 observed (hat he
was then entertaining about a cniart of dou
ble reclined, and it looked like it had poured
on his ttoinach. Old Ulow was wttin ofTon
one fide, with a memorandum book, gutting
reaav to note iiown some cariilol ex
tracts."
Old Iron Works vra Chairman, and when
lie nodded liis Republican head, old llout-
wcll, navn he, " Your name is Arp. 1 Ih
licve, sir?"
"So called," nays I.
"You reside in the Slate of Georgia, do
you ! '
"l can't say exactly, Bays J. 1 livo
in Rome, right in the ford of two Injin
rivers.
" In the State of Georgia," wivh he,
lierccly.
"In a Mate of uncertainty about that, nay
I. "We don't know whether Georgia is a
State or not, I would likc'Yor you to ntatc
yourself, if vou know. The itatc of the
country reouircs that this matter should be
nettled, arml will projKwe to atf,
"Nevermind, Fir," say he. "IIow old
arc you, Mr. Arp?"
"That dependu on circumstance," says I.
"I don't know whether to count tlic la.it live
years or not. Durin' the war your folks
twiid that a Stale couldn't Micede, but that
while fthc was in a ftatc of rebellion fche
ceased to cxit. Now you nay we gotout, and
weshnn't getlmck again until 1870. A man's
age has got Komcthin' to do his with rightx,
and if we are not to vote, I don't think we
ought to count the time. That's altout as
near as 1 can come to my age, nir."
"Well, sir," says he, "are you familiar
with the KIitical sentiments of the citizens
of your State V"
"(Sot no citizens yet, tir, that we know of.
I will thank you lopiiuak of us a 'people.' "
Well. sir. says lie. "1 II humor vour
olHtinacy. Arc the people of your State "
"Don't speak of it as a State, sir, if you
please. I'm on oath now, ami you must ex
cuse me for being particular, ("all it a 'sec
tion.' "
'-Mr. Alp, are the people of your section
niiflicicnlly humbled and repentant to come
buck into the Union on Biieh terms as we
think proper to imposaV"
"Not much they ain't," nays I. "I don't
think they are prepared for it yet. They
wouldn't Voluntarily go it blind against your
hand. They nay the deal wasn't fair and
you've marked the cards and htole the
trumps, but at the same time they don't rare
a darn what you do. They've become in
different and don't care nothin about your
Guy Kawkes business. I mean no resiectto
you, gentlemen, but 1 was swore to tell the
whole truth. Our people aint a noticin you
only out of curiosity. They don't expect
anything decent, or honorable, or noble fiom
you, and they've gone to wort diggin and
plowiu and plantiu and raisin lioy children."
Itighl here the man with a memorandum
scratched down a garbled extract, and old
ISoulwelt Rays he: "What do you mean bv
that, sir? AS'lmt inference do you intend?"
"I'm statin facts," says I. "You mint
draw your own inferences. They are raisin'
boy children. Any harm about that? Any
treason? Can't a lioy raise boy children?
l'erha)H you'd like to amend the Constitu
tion and stop it. Old Pharaoh I mil to Mop
it among the Israelites, but it didn't pay.
He finally caught the dropsy in the J Jed
Sea. We ate mi sing boy children for tho
fun of it. They are a good thing to have in
the house, as Airs. Toodles would say."
"Air. Arp, are not the feelings of your
people very hitter towards the North?"
"I beg your pardon, sir, but vou'll have
M to split the question, or else I'll have to split
the answer. Our people have a very high
w' regard for honorable men, brave men, no
tsl hle-hcnrlcd men, and there's aheap of 'em
North, sir; and there's a heap of widows and
orphans there we're sorry for; but as fur this
here lJadical party, they look upon 'em like
they was hyenas scralchin' up the dead for a
livin'. It's as natural to hate 'em as it is to
kill a snake. It is utterly impossible for
ineto tell the strength and length and bight,
depth and breadth of theircontempt for that
party. They look upon a lJadical as as
as -well, as a beggar on horseback a buz
tard sail in' round a dead eagle a suck-egg
dog creciiin' up to the tail of a dead lion.
They talk about hirin' llrownlow to abuse
'em, to use language on 'cm, like he did a
few years ago when he spoke against Prvne.
If they do hire llrownlow he'll spatter 'em,
he'll daub 'cm all over, and slime 'em and
clobber 'em alwut right, and it will stick,
for the J (i res arc open and their morals
spongy. I'd like to stand oil' alwut ten rods
and hear h in spread himself. It would he
worse than a sipiirt-gun full of cow slop,
and 1 have no doubt would give general sat
isfaction. "That's suflicicnt, sir," says old Iloutwcll.
" Ef it was in their power to do no, would
your jieoplo renew the fight?"
" Not unless they couhnight the Radicals
all alone, and all the world would agree to
'hand oil'.' Even then there wouldn't be no
fight, for wc couldn't cotch you."
" What do your people say upon the sub
ject of negro equality ?"
"They say it's a lie, i-ir it don't er.ist in
nature and never can in practice. Folks
were not created free and equal. That may
U a theoretical truth, but it's always been a
practical lie. There's grades in society
everywhore. There's men I give the side
walk to, and there's men that gives it to me.
There's men that 1 vote, and there's men
that vote mc, and tho grades go up, up, up,
step by step, from my sort to Mr. 1'avis and
Mr. Stephens, and (Jen. Lee, and Howell
Cobb, and Hen. Hill, and their sort; lor
they arc tho highest in the nation; and then
again it goes from mc down, down, down to
the niggers, and the Republicans and the
Radicals, and that's as low as they run.
Tln.ro ain't no equality, and you can't make
cine. We'll vote the niggers, certain. I'll
vote Tip, and Tip is a 'head centre.' He'll
vote about forty, and the first thing you
know we'll elect seven big, black, greasy
niggers to Congress. We'll do it certain
seven of 'em, IS carat strong, with African
musk. The other rebel States will do the
same thing, and you'll have altout fifty of
'cm to draw scab) with, and you can all stick
your legs upon your desks together, and
swap lies and vermin, and be shampood at
the same shop, and the fair sexes can set to
gether in the galleries and mix odors, ami
Ian their scent aliout promiscuous. We'll
give you a full licnefit of vour Civil Rights
bill, see if we don't. Vou go on play
your cards. We arc biden our time.
"Wo are payin your taxes, and your duties
and Iwek rations lor 1S0-I, and licenses, and
vour iufurnal revenue, and olieyin your laws
without liavin any band in makin 'em, and
we are cut oil' from petitions, and public
lauds ; and vou sold a poor man's still in
my county tlie other day Uvau'ie he couldn't
pav vour tax on some poach brandy he
stilleA two y oft ix ago; and soon you'll be
scllin the land for the land tax. and you're
trvni your very best to piny the devil gener
ally, but you'll ceteh it in the long run. See
if you don't. Talk alnml Fenians. When
the good people of the North and of the
South all get together, they'll walk over the
track so fast that you wont have time to get
out of the way. You'll sulfide into !-r-curity,
and your children will deny that
their daddios ever belonged to such a jwrly.
Excuse ine, gentlemen, but 1 am a little ex
cited. Five cents a Kiund on cotton will
excite any man who makes it. Tax on in
dustry onsweat and toil. Protective tariffs
for Pennsylvania and five ccnUa pound tax
on .Southern cotton half its average worth
and vour folks will manage some way or
other to ileal the other half. My advice to
you is to quit this foolishness and begin to
travel Ukj only road tojieiuv,"
Old Mow couldn't keep np with his gar
bled uxtraeU.
" What nmkos the President so pojHilar at
the South?" m
"Contrast, sir contra!. I he more he
ain't likevouriwrty, the more popular he i.
He would treat us about right, 1 reckon, if
vou would let hini alone, but you bedevil
him so, that sometime he don't understand
himself. I don't think he knew for a while
whether his Peaca Proclamation rwtored
the writ of habra c&rpite or not. Rut doyon
iro on and imicaoh him, and that will bring
matters to a focus. PH bet you'd be m 1-ort
D la ware in ft week, and the Southeni mem
n their seat, and they'll look
; round at the political wrtvk and nun and
plunder and stealage Uiat's been going on
and thev might exclaim in the language of
the poet
"VUo' idnlicrorinec VAi iin tone?"
"Mr Am. Mipposo wo ghonld have a war
wiUi Kngland or France, what would the
i hev'd 'follow Gen. Lee, and Gen. John-
rfon.an'dlxmgstmstand Bragg anl Borjr.
My opinion is, tlist Gen. Lcc would head
the Union Army, and Gen. Grant would be
I EchSefofBUflVandGcn.Rucllwouidmnk
jmiglily high, and
bn'ov
"What would they do withDav, the Mem
phis photographist?"
"If he was one of your sort, they would
make him take the Chairman, Toad's pic
ture, condemn him to hang it over his bed
poM, so he. might dream of devils, and sec
monkeys and have delirium triangles."
" l)o you think, Mr. Arp, that if the
South should ever hold the balance of power,
they would demand pay for their negroes '!"
" I'can't say, sir. Rut I don't think the
South has lost anthing that way. We got
their labor before the war for their victuals
and olothes and doctors' bills, and we get it
now for about the same. It's all settled
down that way, and your bureau couldn't
help il. The only difference is in the dis
tribution. Some of us don't own as many
a we mt to, but everybody has go) a negro
or two now, and they'll all vote 'em or turn
'tm off A nigger that wouldn't vote as I
told him shouldn't black my boots."
At this time the committee looked at one
another seemin' to lie bothered and aston
ished. Garbled extracts were put down
with a vim.
Mr. I5outwcll says he, "Mr. Chairman, I
think, ir, we are about through with the
witness. I think, sir, his testimony settles
the question as to what wc ought to do with
Southern traitors."
The chairman gave a Republican nod,
and remarked, " Yes, sir, I think wc do.
i lie scoundrels hurnt my iron works."
Wherenimji I retired, having given1 gen
eml satisfaction. Yours, truly,
Rim. Aitr.
gasluuUc gtvcctovxj.
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7'I'VA I.VHUK.VXCr. COSI1MXY, P. P,
1'c-ck, ARent. do. Al uoilcse ftrcct.
i .MtKftNO.V. JOII.VSO.V V .SMITH, Jlcal
JV h-tatc Akciiu, overiJcrrys liook store. Col
leire ulreut.
A lXSU-4tKTJI.IAXIi:iM (Icneral Southern
Jy. Agent of Wheelers & Wilson's Sewing .Ma-
cinnes. .M, ai uolleee Ftrcet.
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ltli:x A T1I.VXTOX, Commission Mer
chants, corner of UoIIeKO anil Church streets.
BIXTOX, WIIi:i:i.i:u A CO., Dealers in
Tinners'. I'luinbcrm' (Iiu-fittern' and Coiipcr
iiersinitha' Stuck and Material?. No. 22 North
Market xtrecL
J3
ItlMV.V. J. I- V It. W., Keal Kstate ABeuti-,
H's luiion street
IJAXK. 1'IILST XATIOXAI A. (!. Sanford,
i J rrcfiuciu, J as. u. uirurin, warmer.
IIA.Mt. SIXO.MI XATIOX.llCtilleirest..
13 iiour I'nion, Juo. buinsden, I'rctident, W.J.
J iioni!i, u:inicr.
PA.K,TIIIK1 XATIOXAI., W. W.llerry,
U rrc?Klcnt, r.nirar .Jones, cashier.
1 UOWX, NlTIIi:itI.AXI A CO., Man-
IJ uraelnrers or Doors, biuiucs, lilinds, ie., cor.
of limed nml liwinc streets.
( tOKIII.-ri' A JIOYJI. Steamboat Asents,
J Mornire, l onvaruine and Woinmission Mcr
elinnts. No. 1 Front sUupper wharf.
OKXKI.ir.S, W. It., A CO.. Funeral Un-
V-Iertaliers. fo. 411 Church street.
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1o:.YAIC, A. S., Lawyer, Colonadu 1'uil Jin',
Cherry gtrect. Itoom .n, ai.
1III:AT1IAI. It- It. A .. Wlio1ealo
(IroecM and Dealers in lino Iirandies. it incs.
Domcstie Iiionors. Tobacco. Cisars. Ac., corncrof
(illese ami Church Mr ecu
0
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tAI,l.i;.MIi;U A ;Altltirrr, Heal Kstate
Agents. .o. 41 Cherry street.
KI.i:.M.V. I.. I.., Physician and Surgeon,
!o. lit .North Cherry street.
J)
i:.TOX. IHt. J. C, Oiricc, No. 2 North
Cherry street
DOXi:i.SO., SA.MI,i:i.. Attorney at baw.
No. fti'-j Cherry street, tip ftairs
I vi;.M.AI' A CHII.lUtUSS, Attorneys at
1 Law. No. til orth Cherry strecc
lj South .Side ot the l'ubliu .Square, at theolii
Nii'liol stanil
I.tVA:SS. I'lTi: A CO.. Wholesale Dealers in
i J Foreign and Aineriean Dry (Joods, Varieties,
ISoots. Mioes. Hats and tle:uly-inalc Clolhiia'
No. 4 Inn llloek.
I.M'K.IIAX, I-.. Wholesale Dry (iood?. No. 4U
I I'liltli'' Niiare.
1 .V1I.1.. V. A into.. Importers and Deal-
1. ers in 1 1 am ware, 1 ullery. Uiins, i'i-tols, elf
No. 01 Pulilip Square.
I I I'KTA CO., Building Material of nil kinds.
110 idllege street.
I I im.'III.stJX, J i:o.. Dealer in Wall l'apcr
S 1 1 Hints, colors, ,ve., Chureli street.
HAMILTON A CU.VMMUIAn, Dealers
in Hardware, heather llclting. Dotting
Chilli. Arc, No. IS North College street
I lAItltlNON A SO.VS, Steamboat Agents oi
1 L
the Levee.
ioiixmoxvii.i.i: I'ACKirrco.iii'AXY,
Olhrc corner of t liureh luid Suminer streets,
opposilo St. Cloud Hotel.
KiuurATKicK. xi:vixn a Kiani.
Cotton and Tobacto Factors and (icneral
Commission Merchants, No. SI South College sL
I aiii: liixusTox ici: comimxy, of-
1 J liee No. 5 North College street.
I ITCl'S. W. II. A CO.. Auctioneers and Com
J j mission Merchants, Nos. 23 and 'S)i College
wreet. opposite Sewnncc Hotel.
ctai.I., lilt.,-Medicated Vnpor llaths,
Union street, over York's Hook Store
M
ORION. JAS. W Artificial Leg Manu
facturer. North end Market House.
YKItN A III'XT, Carnago Manufacturers,
7i North Market street.
IOIt:,N. IKISY. O'ltKYAX A "0
iM Wliolosale Dealers in Dry (loods, Public
Square, old stand of Irliy Morgan .v CU.
Mi:UI TT A II 1 1. 1.. Dealers in Wall l'a
per. No. 47 Church street.
MACi:Y, lltIVi:it A IIUOW.V, Dealers
in Hardware, l'ublic Square, South of Cedar
street.
MAltlt. 11 1 OS. S., Hanker and Dealer in
(iold, .silver, Uneurrent Money, llonds.
Stocks, etc., corncrof Union and College streets.
McCUi:.. 1II!;II. ACO.. Cotton and To
bacco Factors. Storage, Forwarding and
Commission Merchants, Market f trccU
Mcl'IA'ltK'S JIl'SIC Sl OIti:, No. SI Union
street. Organs, l'ianos and Sheet Music.
tTAI.OXi:. JAMI'.S '., Attonicy at Law.
ll L corner of College and Deadcrick streets, west
side l'liiilir Niinrp. up stairs.
iri'CAi.i'iv. imos. a
IlltOS. A CO.. ticncral Oil
1X Dealers and
Agents for the sale of Cotton
1 arns and Sheetings. No. i3 Urond street.
A I AltCll, J. I. A SOX. Manufacturers of
Itl Saildlesnnd llnrnw and Dealers in Coach
mil Saddlery Ware. No. 11 Union street.
X'lilVSOll. MOOKi: A .. Heal Ktate
1 and Ailvertismg Agents, No. 40 West Side of
I'liblic Square.
-Ti:i.SOX A. 11 irHI'ltKi:, Heal Kstntc Agents,
1 Cherry streot, second doir from Union, West
Ndc
NAsfivii.i.i: 'on.n'i:it'iAi. ixsi--ItAXCi:
COMI'AX Y. Oirice in the build
ing of tho Hunk of tho Union.
OIII.Y. .lOHN. l'ractieal
North Cherry street.
Tailor. No. 12
I)i:AIt('i:. X. It.. Wholesalo tlroccr, Couuiiis
sion .Merchant and Cotton and Tobacco Fac
tor. 47 South Mnikct st,
i: A .llA.Mi:u. Wholesale and Hetail
I Dealers in Foreign mid Domestic Dry tioods.
No. "d Market street.
)i:'U. 1. I'., Insiiranco Agent. No. 31 Col
. Unto street.
J)OSi:..I. A. J.. Clothing of all kinds, 11 South
V side l'ublic Sqare.
Rl C 11 A :i' II Si r S O X , Attorneys, 3txA
Union Ktrect.
I )i:il, I'll AltltOCKX A" CO., Cotton Fac
Ivtors and (icneral Commission Merchants,
Clark street.
(TVI'i: IXSCItAXCi: :oSIIAXY John
I.iiiii-.Icii, l'rident, .Ioeph Nnh, (leneral
Agem, othce. Second National Hank jluilding.
College street.
S .11 1T1I. W. .1." Ai' Vt'.niruggists and
Cheaiists. corner ot Church mid Vincsreets.
lillli:i.l. t:i:o. A CO Auctioneers. No
O 27 College street
S'l'IIVi:.N.S. S. II.. Dealer in Wagons.CartsVc.
Franklin l'ike, nenr crosing of Nashville A
CjiatJaiiiMigaJtailroad.
Tll.Vrro.V, i'OIX'illlt A '.. Slorage
kJ.Mei-chants and Cotton Factors, Nos. 9 and 11
Hroad (.treet.
SAII'.SIAX. T. I'., Art (iallery, corner of
College ami Union streets.
'J
MIOMl'.NOX. It. II., Hats. Caps.Fumisliing
rp.vi;i. intos.,
1 Hook Maiiutartu
Hook Hinders and Hlank
urers, I nion ami American
llloek.
fir.xxiissi:i: 1.1 yi-.stock ixsi'haxci:
1 C(PI I'AXV. Newsom. Moore .t Co., Agenls,
No. 40 W'prt Side l'ublic Square.
rpr..xi.ssi:i: ami ci'sjiii:ui.axi on.
1 AXI SIl.MXIJ COSIIMXY. Office No.
2t Union slieet.
'I'i:.,m:sm;i; situixi: ami i'iki: i-
1 Sl it XCi: COSIPAXY. Jos. Allen 1'ruM
dent, A. N . ltutler. Socretury, No.St College St.
ITXIOX AX1 ASII'.IUCAX OITK'i: iii
I. the Union Hivd Aineriraii HhK'k, comer of
Chrr nod Clnin li street. Counting room in
liaiPincnt on Church street.
t'lMi:il,J. SI.. Whole-ale mid Hetail
I Dealei in Hoots, Slioen ami lll, tient's Fur-ni-hing
i.n.,.. Ar.. No. Id North College street
III I I:MV ItltOTIII'.ltS. l'aper Ware
bue. and KealpM in l'aper Stock. No. W
N.
itlieaM corner 1'iiltlic Siuare.
AIT AI.UI.lt. W.U.. Ag.ui for Wheeler A
It Wil-mi's I'elibraleil Scwmg Machine. No.
Y.'i North ( herr street.
DR. M'GILL'S
dedicated Vapor Uatlis.
I WARRANT A CURE.
CKOON'DAKY OJt TIIK VAHtOt'S IC0NSTI
O tutionnl form of Syphilis; Dcliililate.1 Sys
tem", either by Mercury r Syphilis: Ulcers of tho
Throat or Month; Kcd or Ooiiner Colored Hlotelies,
un an" rrt '""'r. Scaly Krutions on the
Face, lleod or Uody; all Disw of the Skin:
caused by Syphilis or impure unto of the blood,
PUankers Nide, fwellw Testios; all pains of the
bonos, by MertHry and Syphilis; Ktilargcment of
the Joint: FaUlng out f the llain Uhcuiiiatiiws.
SrlllUHlldonrol!ias.
1 he lliiins urn now rwo, i amniK.ni,
r II. MrlIl.T.
i;nmn aircci,ner
york'i
tt.wik StrCNshv
Tmn.
A.8.CIUDBe-BBXK.
T. C. MILtKE.
HKALKSS IX
and .Shingles.
Owner of Demumbraneind lth streets.
Tout Oftlce llox 10.
I1 -m Nashville, Tcmi.
(Cincinnati giwefonj.
APPI.r. IIEXIIY At CO., Wholesale Holl
ers in l!oot. Shoes and Brocans, Ne. CO Wert
rear! between alnut and me ttrectn.
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AUTLKY A mJItXITTT, Attorneys, at
Law. 2) West Third street.
isnor, it. si. a co..
i .Main street.
Wliolcialc (iroccrs.
B
lIItXlTl IIOI'.Si:. Silas F. Miller, Proprie-
tor. corner lnim and ine streets.
"tl-BXlMY. WSI. A SOXS. Commusion
KJ Merchants, for purchase of Cotton, (Jroceries, i
1'roduce, Liquors, and best Brands Flour, N. E. I
corner of Second and Vine streets. I
AVIS, J. I.. Wholesale Dealer in Drugs,
l'aints. Oils, (ilass and Dye Stuus. between
Hace and Vine streets.
T SIMKruTXASil A-To.. Distillers of Cologne.
1 Spirits. Alcohols and Domestic Liquors and
wines, ana dealers in genuine n hiskics, li ana
I'J est Columbia street.
I.lAlItltANItS. SIOICSK A' '0.. Manufac
X turcrs and Dealers in Fairbanks Standard
Scales, Cotton Beams and Frames, Ac, No. 125
W alnut street.
"II.I'.XX. WJI. k SOXS. Wholesale (Iroccrs.
JC 7u and 72 Vine, between Second and Pearl
meets.
TT AXILS A I'OKTKIt. holesale Grocers
L and General Commission Merchants, No. 45
Vine, between rront and Columbia streets.
T I'KSIIXOItAY. IlItOTIIKILS A CO,
IX Manufacturers of Glass. Coal Oil Lamps,
fruit Jars, Chimneys and Lanterns, N o. 2U .bast.
oeconu street.
T YTI.K, J. Wholesale and Hetail Dealer
JLjin Hats. Caps and Straw Goods, 23 Vt est fourth
between Jlain ana Walnut strcc's.
1)I:AK('I:.T0I.I.I:A IIOI.ro X. Importers
and Jobbers of Foreign, Domestic, Staple
and Fancy Dry Goods, n Southwost corner Pearl
and ine streets.
OKI till A LOW US, Importers ana Jobbers
A in foreign ana jjoiiicsiic iry uooas ana mo
tions. No. I'll Hace street, between Third and
fourth, in Lisas lilock.
TKAI. SIOIMJAX A CO.. Wholesale Deal
It crs in Hoots and Shoes, No. 138 Hace street,
between Third and Fourth, in Klsas' Block.
QCIIWEHSIAXX, It.. Dealer in Cigars. Li-
t j quors and Tobacco, No. 24 Public Landing.
corner ot sycamore street.
OI'KXCini HOtSCL. A. 1'EiTT. Proprietor,
1 Johnson. Clerk, cor, ol front and Hroailway
pi.Vtil.i:. J. P. A CO.. Wholesale and Hb-
L tail Dealers in Saddles, Harness. Trunks, Va
lines. Kailroad Jlags, iadics Satchel?, etc., yo
110 West Fourth street.
'I'HOSIAS A CO.. Commission and Forward
1 ine Merchants, Purchasers of Supplies, etc..
io. w me street.
WYXXi:. JOIIX A CO.. Wholesale Dealer
in Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods. No. Sit
rcarl, between vine and Knee.
lUASSO.V, TAI.ltU'rr A PAH!:, Cotton
1 1 Factors. General Commission Merchants und
Dealers in Groceries. No. TV Vine street.
WATSOX A Ili:it;. Wholesale Clothiers. No.
" 1ST, Hace f treet, between Third and Fourth,
in f.lsnjr lilock.
-1AXXOX A HYKItS, Wholesale Dealers in
J Bonnets, ltibbons, and Millinery (inous, l'Jl
.Mam street, between ath and 6th. North side.
riIIASIIti:ilS. IIUXIIY A CO., Wholesale
J Druggists .Mam street, between uth and ith,
nearly opposite i.ouisviuo Hotel.
1 CYAI.I., liirrCIIL'SI A CO., Wholesale
Is ami Hetail Dealers in Carpets, floor Oil
Cloths, Bugs, Mats, Window Trimmings, Ac, 81
4in, nciwcen .MarKciana .Main streets.
"lTU.I.IO'I-r. A CO., Wholesale Grocers and
I J Commission .Merchants, and Cotton and Pro
duco Storage. No. 2U1 Main street, between 7th
ana sin.
(AltUXUlt ACO., Wholesale (iroccrs. 525
VT .Main street. 11. A. Shapard with this house.
HOIS AX A DL'IUII.. Whole-ale and Hetail
Manufacturcrss of Wigs. Braids. Curls, and
other kind of hair work. Ac, 85 4th, between Main
and Market streets.
I OUlSVll.I.i: IIOTi:ild. Kenn A"CoT
1 J Proprietors, Main Strain, nearly centrally
located lor ste.nnooats ami an trams.
73ITKIX, WIAIIO A CO., Wholesalo Dealers
I 111 Seeds. Agricultural Implements, Macliin
cry, Ac, 'M Main street. Louisville.
ROtJUItS, A. . A SOX, House Furnishing
Kmpnritim, Itefrigcrators, Filters, Ac, 77 Kast
side 4111 street, near .Main.
RMllXSOXrJ. Sl7"A CO.. Wholesale Deal
crs in Foreign and Domestic Drv Goods. No
tion, etc., No. 18.) West Main street, between 6th
and (th.
(JM'.VIX, T. A It. II. A CAIX. Imiiorters
t ' and Whole'ale Dealersin Foreign and Domes
tic Dry Goods, No. 217 (old No. GOti) .Main street.
nearly oppoite Louisville Hotel.
rpitll'I', I.OflS, Wholosaloand Hetail Dealer
X in Piano fortes. Organs, Melodcons, Mumc,
.vc, iv ih. ;u ami 114 .leuerson st.
TATII-StlX. l'lri'I-.K A CO.. Wholesale Drug
Vl gits and Importers of Foreign Drugs and
Chemicals, Paints, Oils, Window Glasi, and Glass
ware. Ac and Proprietors of Loui-ville Chemical
Works, and sell the great Saponilicr. Corner of
.M.1111 ami 0111 streets.
TTII.IIKIt. i:i. V- '0 Wholesale Druggists
VV and Dealersin Tobaccos, Cigars. DyestutK
rertuincry and tilassware: North Side of Minn
street, nearly opposite Louisville Hotel.
INSURANCE.
INSURE YOUR STOCK
THE TENNESSEE LIVE STOCK
JXS UJIAXCJ'J COMl'ANY.
Capital, $50,000
Chartered by the Legislature, with
the prioilcyc to increase to
$500,000
HOME OFFICE
G ALL ATTN, TKNN.
w
riTII KKSPONSIBLK AGKXCIKS IN
1 cverv County in Tennessee and verv shortly
throughout every Southern Stale. ThisComjiany
insures against THEFT or DAMAGE to Stock
while stolen. If not recovered within
THIRTY DAYS
The Loss will be paid in Cah. A standing reward
of one-fourth of tho value of every animal in
sured by this Company is offered for the recovery
thereof. One Hunrcd Dollars for the arrest and
conviction of the Tliic f.
Persons having Animals not insured by this
Coiiinanv. can. by remitting Fiktkkv Dollars.
giving full description of Animals, and amount of
re.vard, have One thousand lland-iiills strucK,
and furnished to all ourDctcctic Force in tho
State.
Annual ItatVs on Hordes and
Mules.
Valued at Premium.
$ SO ....
5 75
- 1.11
1.S8
5.25
15.(10
30.00
luo
200
1000
Kates on CaKle
Valued at
Premium,
.. $ 00
.H
... 1.20
... 1.52
... :i.o
0.00
S 20
30 - - -
40
SO
loo :
200 -
Intermediate values at prompt rates.
C. M. PAIIKKH. President.
J. M. ROltH, Vico President.
J. II. C0NKLIN, Secretary.
J. W. HEAD. General Agent.
JAMES HL0VKH. General Traveling Agent for
lennesscu.
As the Agents of the aboxe Company in tho city
of Nashville, wo are now prepared to receive
applications for insurance of Live Stock, Ac.
XI'AVSOSI. stooitr. A CO..
JO WcstSiJc Public Square.
Inar3 d3in.
JAMES C. M ALONE,
T TO IlA'Ii 1 ' ciT fA'im
NASHVILLE. TK NESS EE.
OfTice 27 Wost side Public Square, corner of
College and Deadenck Mreet liP-STAIHS.
Post Otlicc Uox 183.
ian21 ly
it i-:at iaih cidi kxts
TO CAPITALISTS.
WILL OFFElt FOB S U.K. AT PUBLIC 01T
cry to the highest bidder, on
Monday, the 25th day of June next,
in front .if the premises, in the city of Columbus,
Mississiiini at 11 o'clock, i- ll.- that well ar
ranged and substantially built house, known as
THE GILMEK HOTEL
Building, with the premises thereto attached.
containing over an sere of ground. .
The building is on the comer of Main and SI.
John streets, four stories high, divided into over
seventy rooms, large and airy, the basement story
suited and intended For stores.
TBHMS OFSALE-One-half cash, one and two
years in eqal installments for .the balance, with
interest thereon at the rate of eight per cent per
annum, and a lien on the property until full pay
ment is made. ,
By order of the Board of Directors ot tnc tin
nier Hotel Company.
IIU1.I.. 1. nil. n.
aia2t.wU Secretary.
JAS. M'LACGHLIX. O. W. It. rCTLIB. F. A.
Formerly of Xcvins. Keith A Co.
M' LAUGH LIN, BUTLER &C0,,
(Suceworsto F. A. Irwin A Co.)
HHOLESAI.E GltOCERS
Commission Merchants,
DE1X.KES IN
lunxmiis, wines and i.iqcoils.
Corner ef Market and Clark streets.
NASHVILLE, TKXX.
C3" We pay the highest market prices for Dried
rruii. reamers, jieeswiu, uinseng, anu.
Country Produce centrally.
r22-3ni:
CLOTHING.
J A
No. 11
S. Side? Pdb ic Square,
OPPOSITE C0UBT HOUSEV
Xusliville...
....Tcimessee.
TK HAVE NOW IN STOCK OVEH FIVE
HUNLKED COATS, from the finest Linen
and Cloth to the lowest priced cloth manufactured.
IMmjiic Ciihtlnicre Suits,
BntlNte Cnliiicre SuIIh,
Drat) irKle SnItH.
EiikIIhIi ?rItou, (all color?, JSiiitN,
irencli Silk MI.xm1 SuIIh,
Cliincvi Sciirftiirpn Suits,
Creole Cliprk NiiIIh.
While I.iiicu Diiilj Suits.
Itrown " " Suits,
Simnlsli "
SuIIh,
1II.ACII l.VSTltE COATS,
3Iullicrry cnlM i'lotli I'rock CoiiIn,
" " " Suck ContN,
Itliiclt " ' CoiiIn,
Dnlilia " " " CoiiIn,
CKEX'AOIXi: SM.it VENTN,
WHITE SII.lt VUSTS.
WHITE MEHSEII.I.I'.S VUSTS,
SKELETON" CI.OTII VESTS.
These (joods are eminently worthy thoatlcntion
of all buyers. Wc respectfully invito the atten
tion of the public to this vary largo and superb
STOCK OP CLOTHING,
Whether they wMi to buy or not. We will
certainly take great pleasure in showing our
goods.
J. A. J. HOSE.
No. 11 South Side Public Square, opposite Court
House.
np.ii 2m
NEW YORK CARDS.
J. & J. C. COJUiOY,:
Xo. 05 I'ultoii Streel, Xew York,
HAVE OX HAND, ALL KINDS OF
SEINES, FYKES, EEL NETS,
CASTING- NETS,
NETTING OF ALL KINDS AND DIMEN
SI0NS, HV THE FATHOM.
Orders taken to any extent and nt moderate
Prices.
apT 3m
S. Hirschliorii & Co,,
Cigars and Leaf Tobacco
NO. 110 TBABL STJIIJET,
AXD
100 W ATE It STREET,
Near Wall street.
N e -v Y o r k.
ap" 3m
PMTTUS A CO.,
Merchant Tailors.
5.11 imO.VDlVAY,
apT 3m
D&V1S CQLLAKOBE &C0.,
17 llrojulwuy, New York,
(F0UH D00HS BELOW BROOME STHEET.)
AltE NOW OPENING
fiood boiiKht by Mr. Davis Collainoro durinc.liij
recent visit tod-.urope.
IUNNEK AND TEA S17IS.
CIIA3IIIER SKI'S.
I'AKIAN STATUniTPJ.,
1'INE GI.ASSWAKE.
The poodi all comlne in at a
Low Premium on Gold,
And are offered
A T T. O W P B I C E S.
P. S. China Decorated: fila?? engraved with
crc-t or initial. apn Jm
HERMANN IfATJEll,
1 Water Street,
X E W Y O It IC,
SOLE AGENTS IN THE UNITED STATES
AND CANADA FOR
IIP. ST. MAItCEAPX A- CO,
C TEL A.Mi?A.aisrK.
J Ml lUrOETKRS OP '
K It A X I) T E S, IV I X E S,
AXD ALL
FOREIGN LIQUORS.
AND HAVANA CIGARS.
IG 3m
KVCLtD WATEBHOUSK. J. T. CUJ1MINGS.
K. a. rciRL,
WATERHOUSE, PEARL&CO.,
IStO. lO STREET,
NEW YORK-
IHTY AXT SEEI. Coin. Eichanre and South
ern Bank Note?, and Securities of all kinds.
MAKE COLLECTIONS and Purchase Siclit
and Time Drafts, on all acccsjlde point.
BUY STOCKS AND COLD, Solely en Com
mission, rtquirinc ample margin in oil ca5cs
ALLOW FOUB I'EIt CENT INTEREST
on Dally Balance, subject toSieht Check.
83-Theeorrcjpondenee of our Southern friends
is respectfully solicited,
asyl dCia
Ell
CINCINNATI CARDS.
ROBERT MOORE &?C0,
COTTON FACTORS
Commission Merchants
CINCINNATI, OHIO,
For the talo of
PIG IRON,
33X.OOMS,
PRODUCE CJEXEItAIiXiY".
We fill orders for
CORN,
FLOUR,
BACON,
LARD,
PORK,
GROCERIES,
Ami article generally needed by tho South.
marZi-dlin
"SPENCER HOUSE,"
conxEii or fhoxt axd iwoadkay.
CINCINNATI, OHIO,
L. A. PEATT, Proprietor.
MR. S. JOHNSON. FOR TEX YEARS C0N
nectcd with tho Hurnct House, is. now
with tho "Spencer House." and will bo pleased to
rco his many old and valued friends throughout
the bomb. marjy-Ulim
A. & J. TRO UNSTINE & CO.,
WHOLESALE
(23 52a OD "O1 OLi H ST C3-
Clotli.s, Jassinicrps,
TeHiiiig.s,Triiumiiig;.s,aiiI
;eiis Furnishing dioods.
Xos.87 and 89 Third st. Southeast cor. ot Vino,
CINCINNATI, OHIO.
WE ARE OFFERING GREAT INDUCE-
II MENTS to tho Trade in Tennessco and other
Southern States: and wo invite special attention
to our ilcpartmentof Goods, manufactured by us.
especially suited to that section ot country.
He invito tho Trade to rivcus a call.
V3' J.R. Ilriccs, late of Nashville, Tennessee, is
Willi tins House.
inar2y dim
J. P. I1TL13,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer
t.v
IIul.s, Caps,
and Straw CUooIs
2S West Fourth strcot, bet. JIain and Walnut,
CINCINNATI, OHIO.
mar2S dOw
B. SCHWEGMANN,
DEALER IN
Cifars, Liquors and
Tobacco,
No. 2 1 Publia Landing, Corner of Sycauioro,
CINCINNATI. 0.
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Uate ot Cocbran. osson i Talbutt,
JESSE 11. T.4LBCTT.
Late of Paris. Ky
JtSSK X. PAGE.
Late of Nashville. Tenn.
WASSON, TALBUTT & PAGE,
Successors to Cochran, Wasson i Talbutt,
COTTOX FACl'OItS,
Manufacturer' AcenU for the side of Bacdne
and Rope,
General Commltifoii ami I'roilucs
JinRCHAXTS, AndDesIers in Flour, Hemp, Grain, Seeds, Wool,
Feathers. Porl:. Uanon, Ird. ic.
Also, Exrlutive aircnt- for the sale of J. II. Tal
bntt.tCo.'s Celebrated Pore Copper Whiskey,
from Paris, llourbon Countv. Ky
No. 30 VINE ST- CINCINNATI. 0.
KirlEKXCCK.
Jon. A. McAllister Co, Nashville, Tennessee.
Hucn MeCrae Co,
Etm. Fite 1' Co,
Commercial Hank, Memphis, Tennessee.
Taylor, JIcEwin, Sake i Co.. Memphis. Tenn.
mirS d6m
CINCINNATI CARDS.
KluHAKD HASKS5. TM.J. rOCTRR.
HANKS & PORTEK,
WHOLESALE GROCERS
AND GENERAL
Commission Merchants,
NO. 45 VINE STREET.
West Side. Between Front and Columbia
CINCINNATI, OHIO.
marSd dCm
BUIWET IIOUSK,
COKNEU TIiniD ANI VINT. STIIKKTS,
Cincinnati, Ohio,
SILAS IF. MILLEli
X?x Jij'ictoi.
riUlE BURNET HOUSE IS TWO SQUARES
jl iromino u.s.siau and rtoples'l.incnl steam
ers' Landine, and very near the J. C.i C. 11. .t D
R. R. A- A. i U. W. R R. Depots.
Omnibuses leave the House for all trains Eats,
? est, .uriu a.iiu cuuui. marS uom
FAIRBANKS
STANDARD
SCALES
OF ALL KINDS,
Cotton Beams and Frames,
Cotton,Hay and Rag Presses
Warehouse Trucks,
Baggage Barrows
COPYING PRESSES, &c.
FAIRBANKS, MORSE & CO.
l'Zii Walnut street,
CINCINNATI
np4 ly
ELSAS ISLOCIv.
G.O. PRURII,
JtS. I.HWKS.
General Partners.
JOB. IS. RRRHART,
S. BUWEBSorK.
Sjiccial Partners.
PltUGIE A I.OIVES,
Importers and Jobbers of Foreign and Domestic
DRY GOODS,
White Goods and Notions,
NO. 131 HACK STItl'.ET,
Between Third and Fourth Sis, Elsas New Block.
CINCINNATI, OHIO.
marSO-dfim
JOHN V. WATSON.
JOS. I.. I'.KKO
WATSON & BERG,
WHOLESALE
CLOTHIERS,
No. 130 Race Street, Cincinnati, 0.
WT W. HINKLE, FORMERLY OF NASH
II villa and Louisville, is with the above
house, and will be pleased to ee and wait on his
Irienils ami acquaintances.
mar30-dtiin
II. K. BRAD.
1IORCAV, REAP CO.,
r.oiinscill:
HEAD, MOltGAN & CO.,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
BOOTS AM) SHOES
138 Race St., bet. 3d & 4th,
CINCINNATI, OHIO.
Iuar30-d6m
T. A. THOMAS, K. R. W. THOMAS, It. P. M'CMULET,
villt, Teiiu, LouiniUf; Kv- Atlanta. On
THOMAS & CO
c o ar m i s s i x
AND
FORWARDING MERCHANTS,
jYO. 41) VIAK STRKFX
CINCINNATI, OHIO,
AND
Xo. 1 llaiiiiUoii'sISuildiiig'.
Corner Sixth and Main streets,
L0U1SVJLLK, KENTUCKY
Consignments of Chiton, Tobacco und other
J roduee Micuat.
S Wc make the Purchasing of all articles of
Merchandise a speciality.
REFER IS XASUVILLK. TEX.V..TO
Thompson Anderson, Berry A Demoville,
A. Hamilton. Hush McCrca.
tl. W. Fall Sc Bros. Macey. Driver A Brown.
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WM. CI.KNEAT.
OEO. B. WKIDLER,
y. a. CLKNEA Y. c. r. clfaeay.
IM. CLENEAY & SONS,
C031 311 SSI ON .31 K ItC II A NTS,
For tho purchase and salo of Cotton, Tobacco,
Flour, Grain, Pork. Bacon, Lard. Hemp,
Whisky, Grass Seeds, ami all kinds of Pro
duce, and Dealers in pure Bourbon
Whisky.
A. E. Grner of Second wZ Vine Slrettt,
Cliirlmiuli, OIilo.
Agents for "Sunny Side," "Broad Guaire."
''I.nrnl Temler." " Home Comfort." "Anderson's
Choice." and .Macnolia Mills XXX Family Flours.
n- Liberal Advances mado on ConsiimmciiU.
mar27 d.twfim.
JOHN WYNNE,
A. N. SACKKT,
THOMAS WILLI A 11.1.
A. M". 1'Ullll.
.JOiaV WYXXK cV'CO.,
(Successors to Wynne, Jones A Co.,)
WHOLESALE DEALERS! IN
Foreign and Domestic
No. S9 Pearl street, between Vine and Race,
CINCINNATI. O.
mar2S ilfim
J. F. DAVIS,
WHOLESALE DEALER IN
Dri'KH, I5t i n (s, Oils,
Window Glass, Putty and Bystufls,
Jititeeen Mne awl Stretlt,
CINCINNATI, OHIO.
ORDERS SOLICITED FROM THE SOUTH
ern Trade, and promptly attended to.
marZ0-3iu
1V3I. CIISXX fc SOS.
Wholesalo Grocers,
TO and 72 Vine st, bet. Second and Pearl sts..
CiiicimialiO.
mar2S dim
Llff XOTICE.
A, S. COLYAR,
Of IVinclicslcr. Tenn.,
HAS OPENED AN OFFICE INNASIIVILLE,
n. r!L.nriimt Cnlnniinilo Ilnllillnir.
HnAm V. ishirA hwill cnnstsmtlr be found, un-
Ies absent at some Court. He has associated with
him Colonel A. S. Mrks ot Winchester, Mr. Jos.
W. Newman at Faycttevllle. i!r. James Fitzpat
riclc at MaMinnville. and Mr. Stone at Manchester.
Mr. Colyar expects to attend the Courts at these
places, and will at his office, receive and transmit
Claims for collection, eirinr atsnrance that thev
will be Koraptly attended to, and be will faith
fully attend to such business! or. may beintnutcf
to him in Nashville. janl9-6m
LOUISVILLE CARDS.
LOUISVILLE HOTEL,
Fit OFllIFTOHS.
Louisville, Kentucky.
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The Oldest Stand in the West !
D. P. HOGAN & A. DUTEIL,
Wholesale and Retail Manufacturers of
irijs, Sculp, Braid ami Curls, and all other
kinds of Jfair Work,
And Importers of Fancy Goods, Perfumery, At,
Sv Fourth st. between JIain and Market,
LOUISVILLE. KY.
Mannerof takintr Jleasureof a Wiirbyany person:
1. Hound the head
In 1I lines t
2. From Ear to Ear
3. Tcuipleto Temple
4. From Forehead to Nape
5. From Temple to Temple
marHO dtim
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LOUI S T It 1 1 1,
(Late Tripp .t Crasrij.)
Wliolesalc and lictail Dealer
IN TUB BEST
PIANO FORTES:
Mason A Hamlins'
Cabinet Orsans;
G.-o. A. Prince !j Co.'s
Automatic Orirans.
and Melodeonsf
Sheet Music: Instruction Books; best Italian
Strinirs;and all kinds of Musical Merchandise.
Caialojrues of Pianos, Cabinet Orirans, etc.. sent
on application.
Non. i2 anil 1)1 .Tcirrsiii Street,
LOUISVILLE. KY.
ir.ar.11 dtri-wAw 3Jm
T. SLKVIN. K. D. SLKVIN. T. P. CAIN.
T. & E. D. Slevin & Cain,
IMPORTERS AND
viioi.ksai.k in: A 1. 1: ICS IN
FOREIGN' AND DOMESTIC
00SD3.
No. 217 old No. C0
Main street, nearly opposite. Louisville Hotel,
LOUISVILLE, KY.
2- ). M. Spcnce, of Tennessee, is with this
house. inar31 dtr-w&w&n
ED. WILDER & CO,
It 0
I.KAI.I'.ItS IN
TOBACCOS AND CIGARS,
DYE-STUFFS,
Q? CS Or P On ripen, cs S?
ANI
GLASSWARE.
yi: ir.vvK iti:.novi:i)To oim siav
And Spacious Warehouse, Marble Front,
IVorili Side of Main slrccl,
NEARLY OPPOSITE LOUISVILLE HOTEL,
ONE DOOU IIELIIW THE COBNEIl OF SIXTH,
Where wo have opened an entirely new stock of
Goods, and willoirer to the trade, together with
DRUGS AND MEDICINES,
A varied assortment of
Druggists' Fancy Goods.
Liquors, Cigars, ami Tobacco,
Comprising the most complcto assortment in
one hsjuse in this country. All of which we
shall offer at manufacturers', and lets than.manu
fieturers' prices. marol dly
K.A. OUtDNKR.
C. II. GARDNER,
GARDNER & CO,
WHOLESALE GROCERS,
525 JfAI IV STJEEET,
LOUISVILLE. KY.
R. A. Shanard. late of Shclbyville. Tennessee.
iswith this linn and will take pleasure in waiting
on his old friends. inar30 im.
TnS.E. WILSON. ABTIIL'R PKTKB.
W. II. niLLINQIIAU.
ESTAItlYISliEI) IN ISI7.
WILSON, PETER & CO.,
(Successors! to Wilson, Starbird A Smith.)
WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS
AND IMP0UTBRS OF
PoreignDrugsand Chemicals,
And Dealers in Paints. Oils. Window Olosa
and Ulan Ware, Tobacco, Snuff,
Perfumery, etc.
cony eii or malvaxd fifth streets.
Proprietors of the Louisville Chemical Work.
LOUISVILLE. KY.
JIAKK YOUR om .soAr
BY SAVINO AND USINQ YOUR
)UY ONE BOX OF THE PENNSYLVANIA
i ?alt ManafocbirinirCnmnBny' SaoeniCer. or
Conentratel Lve. It will make ten pounds of
excellent hard Soap, or ii (cnllons of the very best
Soft Soap, for about rent. Directions o each
box. For sale at all Drug and Grocery Stores,
ainl in lots at wholesale by
WILSON. PKTKll X CO.,
Iuirille, Ly.
raara i!8ni
U RICE. J. C. THOMPSON.
RICE & THOMPSON,
llaviuff associated theiaselres In the
Practices of the Law,
Will attend to all business entrusted to them.
Olllee, 30J4 I'nion Street ITp-Mnlni,
ADIHtllSS, I o. ItOX 112,
NASimLLE. TENNESSEE.
maris ly
SMIUEL DOELSOX,
Attorney nt Xj :i -v,
NASHVILLE. TENN.,
ori'icn, no. nr.yi c'iikkhy srnnrr
Prompt Attention Giten to QJleetumi.
Canitheri !c Cpr, NoshTllle. Tennenee.
tluild. Smith k OuAI.Nashvilj,. Tennessee.
Hon. Balie Peyton, Nashville. Tenneseo.
Hran.J.B. White, AMUVHie, irnncjwoe.
deeS-lr
Hlllmon. Brother'A S.ini,N'hville, Tenneaefna. fwntainine the full rejru of the proceed
Hoc JI. E. Gallaway, Jlemphij. Tcuneuee. T Ina and peeehe. for aesjioru of 1W9 an,l 00.
LOUISVILLE CARDS.
3. V, KOHINdllN.
o. r. strrmtLD.
B. 1'. KARSNCR
JO. K.M1WLKSI.
J. m. ROBINSON & CO.,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
I'OKEIGX AXn DOMESTIC HItY GOODS
NOTIONS. HTC.
N0.IS.S West Main Street, bet. Fifth and Sixth,
I.oiiNvillc, Ky.
OUR STOCK EMBRACES A FULL LINE
of Slnplo Drj- UnmK, and wepartieularly
invite tho trade to our complete assortment of
DRESS GOOD S,
Con.-ijtinc in part ef
BLACK AND FANCY SILKS:
P0PLINS; (IRENADINKS, BERAORS;
TISSUES: LEN0 CLOTHS;
LAWNS: JACONETS.
And ORflANDII S.
ADo. a full Line ef
W JI I T E (i O I S,
LINENS; ,
CLOVES;
HOSIERY;
DRESS
TRIMMINGS;
E.MBU0IDF.RIKS:
NOTIONS. Ac.
J. 31. ltOIIINSOX A- CO..
IS5 Main st.,betwccn 5th and 6th streets.
warSl d2m
KOCJEIS5S'
House Furnishing Emporium
A. G. ROGERS & SON.,
77 East Side 4th st., near Main Louisville. Ky.
Amcirican Patent Ice Chests and Refrigerators.
Also, common, lco Chests and Laser Beer Coolers;
Water Filter and Coolers; Ice Cream Frceiers;
Torrey's celebrated Three Minute Frceier. nil
sir.es. from one quart to twenty quarts. Also, a
general assortment of housekeeper articles: to all
of which your attention is respectfully called nt
Rotters' House Furnishing Emporium, 77 East Side
4th St., near .Main. Louisville, Ky. imarJi) .1111
CLACDIC3 DCVALL
C1IAS. KETCIIIU.
A. A. QITARRIER.
DUVALL, KETCHUM&CO
Wholesale ami Rotail Dealers in
Carpeting, Ploor Oil Cloths
Rues. Mats. Fino Curtain Materials and Trim
mings; WindowShadcs and Fixtures: House and
Steamboat furnishing uoods.
SI rourtli Nt., bet. Market mill Main
LOUISVILLE. KY.
The stock comprising in part of
Royal Velvet Carpets,
English Brussels Carpets,
English Tapestry Carpets.
American Tanestrv Camels.
Brussels Stair Carpets,
Aiirce-iiy carpels.
Two-Ply Carpets,
All Wool Ingrain Carpets.
Ilemn nnil Cnttlii-n (?nrtnl-
Hall ami Stair Vcnitian Carpets and Stair Rods.
All widttis noor uu Ulotbscut te suit the sbapi
of halls and rooms.
Having an entire now stock 'wo offer every In
ducemcntto purchasers in thestvle. nualitr and
prico of our goods. Wo ask an examination ef
our aried assortment, which wo oiler at the lew
est prices.
Carpets warranted as renrefentod.
To dealers we offer unusual inducements in pri
Ccs of all grades Carpeting. Uil-Clatlia.
Wo are prepared to have Carpets and Curtains
maueup ni snort notice.
Orders solicited, which shall receive our best
anil prompt attention.
DUVALL. KCTCIIIIM .fc CO,
No. 81 Sourth St., bet. Main and Market.
niari jiii
MEMPHIS CARDS.
II. CCIYCE.
W.T. VLUJIMKR.
T. I. HIS ARB
D. HAN8BRO.
CAYCfc", BEARD & CO.,
WHOLESALE
Auction Emporium,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS
AND
ItEAIi ESTATE 1UCOICEISN,
No. .17 South Court Street.
AT THE ARCADE. MEMPHIS. TENNESSEE.
3- Special attention paid to the sale of Mcr-
cnamiise, &10CK..VJ. tut
CoiikIkuiiivhIs Soliciteil.
mar2D lm
JOHN T. SHIRLEY & CO.,
GENERAL COMMISSION
AND
Forwartllii Mer chimin.
AND
STFAMli OA T A GENTS,
Corner of Front and Jefferson Streets, .Mcmph'w
lennnessee.
mar.! iino.
JOHNS. TOOf. c.j. r;LLir.i. w. T. CIRODg.
TOOF, PHTTiLTPS fc CIKODE,
W IlULiliSAljlS AHU HKTAlLi
Grocors, Cotton Factors
AND
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
DK.tl.Knf IN
FAMILY AND PLANTATION SUPPLIES,
Itout StorcK, IVJnrs, J.IiiuurN, Tolincro
and CJnrst,
CORNER OF COURT AND FRONT STREETS.
.IIIUII'IIIS, TKXX.
mar& 3in
r. W. ROYSTCR. J. P.TKFZKVANT. J.C. Sl'UA.NUS.
R0YSTEE, THEZEVANT & CO.,
AUCTIONEERS,
iikai. r.sTATi: luiour.ics
AXI commissiox 3ii:hciiaxts,
No. 237 Second Stroet.
mar-3m MEMPHIS. TENN,
BUILDING ilLiTEIlLVX.
Notice to Persons Building.
IN VIEW QE THE FACT THAT THKRK 18
1 no ONE PLACE in the eity where one can be
supplied with material requisite for
nuii.nixr; iMiiti'osr.s.
we have citabHshed a depot at
.Aro. 6 Colcrc Street,
where wc will keep constantly on hand a large
tek of
LLME,
HYDRAULIC CEMENT,
I'LASTER PARIS,
LAND PLASTER,
LATHES AND HAIR,
3D NAILS,
WHITEWASH BRUSHES,
FIRE BRICK AND CLAY, etc
f'nnnrrM illil"S IjukI l'lutler for
rertlllzlne ttieSoll. run lie riiriiNlieil nt
luw rated nt (IiIm Ot'KICU
I-ITJXtX t CO.
mhlS-3m
RAGS! HAGS! RAGS!
WHITEMAN BROTHERS,
I'AI'KK .VAREIIOIISI
TriLI. PAV VE CENTS FOR CLEAN
TT Cotton RAGS, in quantities: of llrt pound!
BITherhteheit trice paid far old Iiarelnr, Woolen
Ra. etc. wnnr.JiA- jmun.
feb-tf
No. 59 N. E. Cor. Public &iuare.
Insolvent IVoticc.
"WrK. O. E. NELSON AND 0. W. BROWN.
Tr Adminbrtrators of the Ettnie of Jno. V.
Woodward, deeeated, having uttted to the
Clerk of the Couty Court of said county, the in
solvency of the Kitate or the aid Jno. 1. ood
ward, deceased, do therefore, notiry all penorm
havinr claim! arainjt the Kitnto of the (aid de
ceatd.to file theiame with the Clerk of the (aun
ty Court of "id county, ou or before the BrK day
of September next, duly authenticated u pre
wnbed by law, (or pro rata distribution, ertbey
will be lorerer barrel.
11. U NEI-SON.) ..,::.,,
w. iii'.own.;
aptr"
TO POMTICIAXS.
.TTK nA13A LAKOKNUMIlKKOKLramtu
ir -rrti Hin asd Avxiicaxd. bound in V&ik
Apply t thli oQce.
Ions'-
GROCERIES, LIQUORS &c.
S. X. CHKATHA1I.
R. r. wooim.
E.RCHMTMI"
DEALERS Irt
FINE lmAiVDIES, mNES,
DOMESTIC UQUOES,
TOBACCO, CIGARS,
etc., etc..
Cor. CoIIcrc and Church Sis.,
IVASIIVIT.T.E, Ti:y.
KKi:i t'OXSTAXTI.V OX 1IAXO AM)
lOlt SAI.K
100 basp ehoico Rio CefTee.
l'io bbl.i CriHhil, Powdered and (irana
latex! Snar.
140 bWs Corfce Siisir. x
50 " 3InckerelNo. 1 and 2.
25 " " No. 3.
1C0 kit " No. 1, 2 and 3.
200 lioxfts Star Candles.
12i " Sap (as-sxirtetl.)
5 Tiercw frwli Rico.
26 Uda (JUlor Vinegnr.
CoO " Extra Famtlr Fltwtr, SpriHg-
fiold and Port Rovul Milfc..
100 bbln, I Idife and kegn country L-ml.
5 tieicew Drieil I!ef.
.r0 bbb N. O. Molasses and Symiw.
.10 bbls Sorxhum MoIosjos.
10,000 bHshels Cotton Seed.
Together with an aiwortnient of
FRESH CANNED FRUITS,
Sl'CH AS
Strawberry,
l'enehes.
Tomnloes.
PieUIes.
Sardines.
lj ster;
15 rami 3 lenches,
ami Cherries.
Worcestershire
anil Pepper Sanee.V. tts.
Spices, Pepper, etc.. etc.
LICLIUORS.
AUN!T WHICH tlK
C J l'ijiw Fine Brawly,
Hennwser, Otard, Dtipey A- Co.,
tiwe.lSiiot''Ti.awl'ft7
ml; Prjritii;lSi0,
11 nto Cast! I Ion; vints
3 United Vineyard;
4 i Koclielle.
3 PuncIieonsbostTriilian4Ssgli
Wlikr,
2 J Pipes Jamaica Uiini,
C i l'iiw N. E. "
(W I caskri Sherry and Port Wnityall
craikw,
8 casKd mre Mnlaa Vino,
4 PiMm iHire Hoflaud Oin,
75 boxes St. Miireeniix Chaiiiiiognfl,
30 " Cabinet "
05 ." HeiiWck "
135 Itoxw Claret, very fine.
W H I S K Y.
10 bbls "Old Crow," ISM, wurraiited wt
perior to ativ ever olfwed in NastJotllle.
185 bids pfirIi(AicrbHHiCMinty,ohl and Urn',
130 ' Itolirbon, all grades,
23 " Apple I'randy, pnr,
.'8 " 1'cKch llramly, jHire.
Anisct, Curacoa, Absynthr,
Maraschino, ll'atnpoo Draktut,
Plantation and liohcrs' Hitters
and London Club.
.1,000 Genuine Imported Havana Ctuww.
lio.ooo Baltimore. all uradw
Torether with a aeneral aH.rtBit nt fltHtd
and Fancy (Irocerie. .
11. it. oiiUTirAjr a co.
janlo
47. 47.
N. B. PEARCE,
(OF ARKANSAS.)
WI U ItKSA 1. 1-. 2 ICO J 1 : IC
A N I)
COSTMISSrON M KUCHA XT,
f
COTTON & TOBACCO FACTOR
'17 South Market Street,
N.nslivillcu,. .Ucfcn n.
riONSIONMBNTS OF COTTON. T0RA0C0.
I ( Purk lUmn. ljirj PUmr V htslcr. orxl otlicr
Mnrketalile Preduee owl MurHtWr. MdMlcl,
Liberal advaneM made oh wrfenien. und
will endearer to getwre
(Illicit SAI.KS A.VI IMtOJIlTIIirrilKXS
Pnri;ulirattrntin siren tthe SIHnKof llnnt-
er"ii ordem for j.hinttin m'(l.
A large ami weil-ieetxi mvij bi
Gi'occrics and Iiiqiiors
Kept mrxlBntly on hand, to lw4d at the Itiwwt
market ife, tor meii. . .
janSI-tf X. . I'KAIMtrT
V. it. IBX, HE.
ye. h. TRtxtwt.
IJJtrEN & TILYXTON.
WIiol osulo Orocer?,
AMD
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
N. W. CORNER C0LLWJK A CHUHCII Bm,
IVjikIivIIN-. Tiin.
jan 31-Sm
W. J. ARBISTX.
r. h. riMii.
ARRINGTON & FiVRRAR,
ItcallvstateaiiiHieneralAueiits
so. r.H iui:i.ios(i'Aiu
NEXT DOOR NORTH Or CITT IIOrrHL,
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ot fr-tf
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. yr. iiacme.
MemiKh.
W.8. MACXA.
Late of .Mew (.
TORIAN. MACRAE & CO.,
otton & Tobacco Factors,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 63 Curomtlclct Street,
Xew Orlcnu.
fBhii-aui
COTTWST SKEI.
rE HAVB NOW IN 8T0HK TEN T1I0U-
SAND buaheb of Cittn Seed. AVe ut
rianter te itlre tu a eall tjeiiire pnrhailnr.
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