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AMERICAN CAITIVKS IX MEXICO.
Till! IliMory of Confederate Colonist. From thoNew Orjcani Picayune V'c1earn from Captain Cole, of Tennes see, who left Cordova the 1st of June, that that the recent captures of Confederate colo nists were made on the old haciendas of Omailca and Tolique, about thirty miles from Cordova. They formerly belonged to tho,Cliurch, and under the recent law "na tionalizing dead property," were confisca ted to the Stato; and biicli Maximilian found than, and designated them as lands where on the Confederate cxilea might Celtic. The capture were made on Tuesday morning, the 15th of Hay, at daybreak. The following are the namon of the captives: Capt. J. C. Scott, La. ; A. J. Man-hall, La.; N. W. Leister, La.; J. II. Scott, La.; R. J. If. Bogcn, Hinds county, Miss.; It. Russell, Miss.; Judge Sncad, of Texas, Cos tar, Snead's Bon-in-law, Texas; J. and Wm. Toster, Texas; W. II. Dyer, Texas; "Vm. Elmer, Va.; two Lcvys, of Missouri, nenli cwa of Gen. Price; K. II. Anderson, of Ala.; J. II. JVriglit, of Ga.; A. IS. Hamilton, of Tcnn.; Cnpt, Bland, Mo., Mr. Gibba. of Texas. The three last named were released at once, on account of their families with them on the haciendas. They were compelled to leave and give parole not to return m long as sl military post was etablished there. They were, however, allowed mules to carry ofl'tlioir household eflecU. Tlie Omialoo plantation is situated on the Rio Blanco, thirty miles from Cordova. It contains ten thousand acres of land. The Tolique plantation contains eleven thousand aero.. Both are old collee plantations, and belonged formerly to the church, and were confiscated under the recent law. The Gov ernment therefore assigned them to the Confederate colonists, who were rapidly nettling on them. Both plantations'havc six hundred coITee trees Jo the acre, and each tree will yield two to three pounds of cof fee. This year's crop is excellent. IUhc wood and mahogany are also abundant on the two plantations. The Rio Blanco is navigable from EI Do rado, on the Gulf, up to the plantation of Oinialca, by vessels of considerable draft. Gen. Yorkc has a valuable cotton and sugar plantation lowor down the valley, and will raise a largo crop this year. It was con templated this year to put a steamer on the Rio Blanco, under command of Captain Scott, formerly of the .11. L. ILtdije, in the Red river trade. Gen. liindman, of Ar kansas, Judge Randolph, of Texas, and Capt Scott were about tnitting up a sawmill near the ruins of Omialca. Cedar, mahoga ny and rosewood arc the most valuable tim ber, and mahogany and fo'ewood are found in abundance near Omialca. Cedar Is not found in abundance till you go higher up. On the 20th of May, Capt. Cole, of Ten nessee, visited the Liberal camp under a Hag of truce, to inmiire of the prisoners. He was received kindly and courteously, and told that it was a military district, anil that the Americans could not retain the land. They said that Maximilian had no right to give away the lands; that it belonged to the Lilierals; and that they were willing to distribute it among sympathizing Ameri cans. They wore well mounted, and soon after went into the interior, leaving a small garrison at Omialaca. The prisoners were to be taken to a strong place in the interior, and when Capt. Cole arrival to inquire about them, they were already thirty leagues away. The oflicer in command told Capt. (tolc that he thought the old men would he released, but that the young men would be put in the Liberal army. Carlotta, where Gen. 1'rico is settled, is distant twenty miles from the old hacienda of Omailca, and no fear was there entertain ed of a similar raiding party. Gov. Harris, of Tennessee, and family, Gen. Price, of Missouri, and family, Col. Brown, of Ken tucky, OapL Price, of Missouri, Capt. Cage, Col. More, of Missouri in all about twen ty arc at Carlotta. It is now only a man go grove, and General Price and Harris are building the first and only house to be seen there. John Perkins, of Louisiana, land commis sioner at Cordova, was relieved of his oflicc May 1, and is now planting on the river Za jKitn. Gen. Shelby has a plantation near Cordova, lives in the city, and has the con tract for transporting all tho iron and rail road material between Paso del Macho and the City of Mexico. Major McMurlrv, of .Missouri, is associated with Shelby, and, al so, is running a line of stages from Paso del Macho to Orizaba. The former place is the present terminus of the Vera Cruz railroad. Gen. AV. If. Stevens, chief engineer on Gen. R. K. Lee's staff, is superintendent of the railroad, now running forty-seven miles from tho sea coast. Jsorris, formerly of the 2fov Orleans and Jackson railroad, is super intendent of railroad contracts between Ve ra Cruz and the City of Mexico. Tim pretense of plantation-hunting Yan kees, that thuir object in going South is not to make money, but to better the rundtion of the benighted population of that region, re calls the anecdote told by Dean Swift of the speech made by AVilliam of Orange, when be landed ut Torbay, in 1C8S, cm his way to take possession of the British throne. "Mein bceplcs," said his majesty to a depu tation of loyal Britons who had assembled on the quay to welcome him, " Mein bcep lcs, 1 come here for your goot for all your ijoaU" the most remarkable instance, said tho sarcastic and witty Dean, in all history of a man unconscioiHly telling the truth. Erthangc. j i . To'CitoLiuu iNTimCorxTUY TttisSrM Mr.lt. It is fast becoming the general opin ion among medical men that wo are to have no cholera in this country this summer. Able medics! practitioners and journals pro nounce the character of the epidemic cbang il from wlnllil was in former years and say that it is not so apt to spread as formcrlv. Tho health of this city is unusually good, Itacontinucd cool weather is favorable for rjtrjSSUli.'nnd should the Board of Health dis fiwtjtinuc its ollbrts to frigthen the people by i JjBRmlfying every case of diarrWa into . fllQiera wo shall probably entirely escape its 'ravages. & Y. Jlerald, 'loth. ST. CHAKLKS ttcstjiurant and Saloon, NO. 21 CEIHK STKEKT. r T. RICK A It. J. KKKL. Proori.tnin. Tlio it . proprietor nnnminro Hint luu well known Maw in Mill o)cii for tho patronage of tlic public, fuclxvt that tlio market affords can Jilwnys bo found, anil ervcd up nt all hours by nttcntno waiter. Tho bwt of Wine nml Liquors always on lianH. (live u h will. Bir lU'guliir .M !. AO (ViiIh. juHo" 2m KICK A KKLL, Proprietors. W. N. BILBO, Attorney and Counsellor at Law, OFFICII Cedar rtreel, in room oeeupied by II. II. IIahrwox, lbsq.. II. S. Diftrirt Attorney. JIlBBljt tf. To Coiimtniplivos. ThraJvwtifor barinc been raetored tn health in a few weeks by a ery simple remeily. niter having fullered wvtl venrs mth a severe lung afleetiau, and that dread ilUeane (."otvumptier.. i anxious to make known to It i s fellow -mi Heron- tlio mean of euro. To all who dealro it, ho' will iK-ml a copy of the prescription mod, by addremiiig Hot. liwn. A. Viiox, VtlllBHtniT, King Co.. N. Y. Tbojr oan alee set the prescription by em-loe tng a throe eent rtatnp far return ikw tage. r they can receive tho remedy ready prepared by Feuding, Three Dollar fur It. and thirty cent for postage. Partiasewn rely uimmi Rettinc the genuine artirlo by addreins my agent far Tennwwee. (I. W. HKNIlHWHtHT A Co.. Nnohrille, Teun. tnayl" Skn .Mi. w uonxp). O. C TOKRKTT. ROWLES & TORBETT, ATTORNEYS AT LAW AND Solicitors in Chancery, urn.L ritACTicK in tiik skvkual V Pclcral and Slate Courta held in the city of Nnfbvlllc. Will nbo pnwticcln the Chaneery Court held at Franklin. .Murfreesbom. and Clarkiville. Ollice, Xo. ii3 Culontwtlp ItulltUnir, Cherry tL. KaVvillc, Tenn. iiinc dt-w-tw lm , An Atlnclintent. Loonidu A. McOorvcl w. Leonids II. Drwin. JBOKIDA8 A. McCORVEL liavlmr ued out j n Atuehment apaiwt the property or Lcon as II. Darwin: and ft nppcarlne to tn. that the Mfd LoonldM il. Darwin i. a non resident of the SiTeTcnnwee. and wa indited Jo theplain Sff In on Smwnt within the , Juris.! icUon of a ntieaoftlioPco. I. therefore, order publie Tin t2l madVln the Union on.1 Ameriean. a pVUUhed In Xathrille. Tennesiee. S?th.B wmoimbota confecd. andt downfor tcari J p., Jancl5Ht for iKkBon count 7PTX.V m'SURAXCE COJII'AXY, P. 1. IXA Peck. Atrcnt. No. 31 College ftrcct. AXIi:itfo.V, JOHXfiO.V A: SMITH, Heat Ptat Agent, ovrBerry'i Hook Store, Col locc street. Al.NSWOKTH.OAMt: General Southern Agent of Wheclcra .t Wilson's Scwine Ma chine. No. I7 College street. BluLx ATIIAXTtrx. CommiMion Mer- chnnts, comer of College and Church street. BKIiTOX, WIIi;i:i.CIl A CO., DcMcri in TinneiV, I'lurnhers' Oas-fittera' and Copper ptrsmitbY Stack and SlateriaU. No. 22 North Market street. BltOW.V, .1. 1 A- It. W., Koal EsUto Agent, 3S'j Union street BANK. FliLST JiAllO.XAI, A. 0. Sanford, l'reaident. Jat.G. Ogdon. Cashier. 1')ASU. SIX'O.VI) XATIO.VAICollefeft., i near Union, Jno. Luiasden, Pre'ident. W. J. Thoma. Cashier. B A.Mt. TlllltU -NATIOXAI W. W. Berry, Prfidcnt, Kdgar Jones, Cashier. MKOWS, Nirriir.KI.AXI A- CO., Jlan 13 uf.icturers of Doors, Sashes, HIinds, Ac, cor. of Hineannd KwingstreeU. CtOKItirrr A IIOYU. Steamboat Agents. ' Storage, Forwarding and Commission iler chant. So. 21 Front tt. upper wharf. COKMZML'S. W. ., A CO.. Funeral Un dertaker. No. 49 Church utrcet. 10I.YAII, A. S., Lawyer, Colonade Huilding, J Cherry street. Room No. 2Q. "tiTlIATiTAJl. It. It. A t., Wholesale J Grocers and Dealers in line Rrandies. Wines. Domestic binuors. Tobacco, Cigars. Ac, corner of uoiicge ana tuurcu sirecu 0 VI.I.i:.M)i:it A (iAKHirrr, Real Estate Acenf. ro. ii utierry street. ( IOI,t;.MA., I- I... Physician and Surccon. j No. 01 North Cherry street. Ui:.TOX, IIC J. V., Office. No. North Cherry street. J) 0i:i.SO, SA.lIL'i:!, Attorney at baw, o. ii'4 Lncrry street, up stairs. 1r.I.Al A CIMI.imi-SS, Attorneys at I Law. No. 02 North Cherry street. IJWIXti, . A "0., Dealers in Hardware. lli South Side of tho Public Square, at tho old Niehol stand. EVA.VS, FIT! : A CO., Wholesale Dealers in Foreign and American Dry Goods, Varieties, Hoots, Shoe. Hats and Ready-made Clothing, No. 4 Inn Rlock. 1.MSTi:it IIKOS.. Wholesale and Retail Deal ers in Grocerie. Wines, Liipiors, Cigars, Tobaeco, Ac. Ac, No. 33 west side of the Public .Square, Nashville. Iru-IIAX, t. WhoTesale Dry GoodV." No. A Public Square. ,1AM., il. V. A IIHO., Importers and Deal ers in Hardware, Cutler', Guns, Pistols, etc. No. 01 Public Square. ir III tT A CO., Huilding Material of all kinds, 6 College street. trrCIII.NOX, i:o.. Dealer in Wall Paper Paints. Colors, Ac Church street. HAMILTON A CUNMXtJIIAM, Dealers in llardirare. Leather Relting, Dolting Cloths, .tc. No. 18 North College street. II AKKISON A SONS, Steamboat Agents on tlio licrcr. f OII.NKONVII.I.K I'ACKKT COMl'AXT, J Office corner of Church and Summer streets., opposite St. Cloud Hotel. KIKKPATJCH'K, NKVINN A lUUTII, Cotton and Tobacco Factors and General Commission Merchants, No. 23 South College St. f AKi: KINSTON ICi: COMPiVXY, Of- 1 J fico No. 5 North Collego street. LUCU, W. 11. A CO., Auctioneers and Com mission Merchant, Nos. 23 and 2o Collego ssrect. opposite Scwancc Hotel. M cdll.U I't-. Medicated Vapor Haths, h n lonstrcct, over x ork Uook btorc. M OUTOX, JAS. XV., Artificial Leg Manu- Uuctnrer. JNorth end .Market House. Vi:JtS A HUNT, Carriage Manufacturers, 72 North Market street. M MOItUAX, IKItY, O'llKYAN A CO., Wholesale Dealers in Dry Goods, Public Square, old stnnd of Irhy Morgan A: CO. M KltKITT A JIII.I Dealers in Wall Pa per, No. 47 Church stroct. MACIIY, JIHIVKIt A IlltOW.V, Dealers in Hardware, Public Square, South of Cedar street. MAItlt, THOS. S., Hanker and Dealer in Gold, Silver, Uucurrcnt Money, Ronds, Stocks, etc.. cornerof Union and College streets. McCKI:A. IIUUII. AC'o., Cotton and To bacco Factors, Storage, Forwarding and Commission Merchants, Market street. M eCI.Umr.S 31 VSIC NTOKI:, No. 33 Union . street. Organs, Pianos and Sheet Music MA.I7oXi:. JAMUS C., Attorney at Law, ronicr of College and Deuderick streets, west side Public Squarc.jip stairs. TirrCAI.Fi:, ItltON. A CO., General Oil It I Dealers ami Agents for the sals of Cotton Yarns and Sheetings. No. 73 Rroad street. M Alien, J. J. A SON, Manufacturers of Saddles and Harness and Dealers in Coach nnd Saddlery Ware. No. 11 Union street. "VfinVSOM, MOOIli: A CO., Real Estate 1 and Advertising Agents, No. 40 West Sido of Public Square. XTi:iAO"NrAMl'Kriti:i:, Real Estate Agents", 1 Cherry street, second door from Union, West Side xta.nilvii.i.i: oMMi:nt:iAi4 i.v.si; Pi ItAXCi: COMPANY. Offico ill tho build ing of tho Hank of the Union. 0 1 1 IVY. JOHN. Practical Tailor, No. 12 North Cherry street. IJl'.Altt'i:. N. It.. Wholesale Grocer, Commis sion Merchant and Cotton and Tobacco Fac tor. 47 South Market St. pi(U7i: A MAXIKK, Wholesale and Retail 1 Doalers in Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods. No. 51 Market street. nr.CK. I'. P., Insurance Agent. No. 31 Col L lege street. OS II. .1. A. J., Clothing of .ill kinds. 11 South JLV sido Public Sqarc RICK A THO. II p.NOX, Attorneys, WA i Union street. Ri:il, CIlAlItOim. A :o., Cotton Fac tors and General Couiuiission Mcrchunts, Clark street. OTATi; l.'N.SI IIAM'i; CO.HI'AA y, John iaii. i.iiiii,uiii iii.ur..i, joiin Luuilen. l'rosidcnt, .Tosph Nash, General rent, ollice. Second Nnlional Hank Huilding, Agent. College street Q3IIT1I, W. J. A :. W Druggists and KJ Cliemists. corner ot unurcli and inosrcls. MIIIi:i.IS, Ji:o. A CO., Auctioneers, No, il 27 Collego street. JT1:VI:N. S. II.. Dealer in Wugons.Carts.Ac. OFranklin Pike, near crossing of Nashville A i uaiianooga iiuiiroau. STItAT'I'ON, I'JINTJ:U A CO., Storage Merchants and Cotton Factors, Nos. 9 and 11 Hroad street. OAIIXJIAX. T. I'., Art Gallcn. Ot'ollego and Union streets. corner of rpiltKZJYII.I.i: A rUI.Clir.lt, Carpenters, L Contractors. Car Huililcrs.and Door Manufac turers. Shop nt tho Nashville A Chattanooga Rail road Depot. rpiIOMPSOX. It. II., Hats, Caps.Furnishing i Goods, Ac, 2S Cherry street, near Union, 1 Hook Manufacturers, Union nnd American Rlock. 'I'i:nS1:ssi:i: iaykstockinsuhanci: I COJIl'AXV. Newsom, Moore A Co., Agents, No. 40 West Sido Public Square. 'pi:.xisi:i: am cjj.vh:hi.a.m oii, I AXI MIXIN4J CtF.MPAXY. Office No. 21 Union street. riu:.M'.ssi:i: makink axi ii nr. in- I SUKAXCi: CO.MI"ANY. Jos. Allen Presi dent, A. W. Hutler5ecrctary. NoSHJollegost. T"yNIONAXI .Ii:itlCAN OFFlCi:Tin the Union and American Rlock. corner of Cherry and Church street. Counting-room in ln.cment on Church street. lriXSTi:i. J. M.. VhoIcile and ReUiil 1 1 Denlr.i in Hoots. Shoos nnd Hats, Gent's Fur nishing Goods. Ac, S'o. 10 North Collego street T7TlTTi:.MAX imOTIIi:iLS. Paper Ware- I huusc and Dealers in Paper Stock. No. 59 Northeat corner Publio Square. rAI.Ki:iC. XV. il.'. Agent far Wheeler A II Wilson's Celebrated Sewing Machines, No. 17Vi North Cherry street. MAllOISON 8TRATTON. HAUI1.TOX J. CIIKNKV- tllOS. O rOINTlR. r.K.sj. i. nor. 5 ti mission Mr.ucir AXTS. Co 1 on &ToljaceoFac ors, AND DEALERS IN :norr,itins axi I'uonrcr No. 9 and 11 Rroad St., Nashville, Tenn. T- Spwial attention given to orders. Re fer to business men and citizens generally. junel2 If 1,000 WAGONS. I OFFER FOR SALE ON SPRUCE STREET, 1 near the crowing of the Nashville and Chat tanooga Railroad, and nt ALLISONS A KIRK MAN'S. CotnHuman Mcrahauts, No. y South Market street, Nashville. Tennessee, I'OIIK MIII.i: Army Wagons eomplcte. with double-trees, single-trees, cod-rate, feed-box, and bows at $10s45 For II MFI.F. Army Wagons.at FOFK MFI.i: Lumber Wagon FOFU .MI'I.i: Wood Wagons TWO JIOKSi: Wagons, Complete TWO HOKSi: Ambulaee 40 is 4045 ooaipo 70100 2025 oXi: iroltSC Carts . FOFR MIJI.K Log Wasn oom Parties purehasMigharetbe privilege of making their own selections from the Immeiwe stock on hand. Nono but serviceable property offered. All Wagons warranted one. year. 40,000 POUNDS OIIAINS, assorted at 10c ALSO, Axes, Shovels', SpaJea. Picks, ctcM etc H. IE. STEAXXS. nel dim 3mw (Kincuutnti gitcdorij.' APPLE. IIF.XUY A CO., Wholesale Deal ers in Roots, Shoes and Rrogans, N. CO West Pearl between alnut and Vine streets. BAltTI.r.Y A ItUKN7TT, Attorneys at Law. 2 West Third street. BISHOP, IC M. A CO., 30 Main street. Wholcsalo GroceH. B I'RXCT HOUSE, gilas F. Miller, Proprie tor, corner tniru ana vine streets. CIM:XI:AY, WM. A SONS, Commiion Merchants, for purchase of Cotton GrocriM, Produce, Liquors, and best Hrands Hour, N. E. corner of Second and Vine streets. DAVIS, J. F.. Wholesale Dealer in Drugs Paints, Oils, Glass and Dye StuQs, between Race and Vine streets. -w-wwwx v iuir A'i'ii Tt;.t:n...rnAi JL? Spirits, Alcohols and Domestic Liquors and Winta, vnd uealCM in genuine IVcukies, 17 and 11' Vtcsi Columbia .street. 17AIUHAXICN. MOrcSF. A CO., Mannfac . turers and Dealers in Fairbanks' Standard Scales, Cotton Beams aid Frames, Ac, No. 125 wainnt street. GIVEXX. WM. A SONS, Wholesale Grocers. 70 and 72 Vine, between Second and Pearl trsccts. HANKS A POKT.EIt,. Wholesale Grocers and General Commioion Merchants, No. 45 Vine, between x rent and Columbia streets. TTEMIXOItAY, ItttOTIIEKS A CO., IjL Manufacturers of Glass, Coal OU Lamps, Fruit Jars, Chimneys an I Lanterns, No. 20 East, Second street. T YTI.I3, J. P., Wholesale and Retail Dealer A Jin Hats. Caps and Strair Goods, 25 West Fourth, between Main and Walnut streets. 1)EAItCE, TOX.I.K A HOITON, Importers . and Jobbers of Foriign, Domestic, Staple and Fancy Dry Goods, 77 Southwest comer Pearl nnd Vine streets. pitl'till LOWES, Importers and Jobbers X in Foreign and Dome tic Dry Goods and No tions, No. 131 Race ttrct. between Third and Fourth, in Elsas Rlock. -pEAIs, MOKOAN A CO., Wholesale Dcal IX, crs in Hoots and Shoe-!, No. 13S Race street, between Third and Fourth, in Elsas' Hloek. OCIIWEHMANN, II., I)caer in Cigars. Li n quors and Tobacco, No. 24 Public Landing, corner of Sycaiftore street. OPKNCEK HOUSE, L. A. Pratt, Proprietor, O Johnson. Clerk, cor. of Front and Hroadway. rpiNOLE. J. P. A CO., Wholesale and Ro .L tail Dealers in Saddles. Harness, Trunks, Va lises, Railroad Rags, Ladies' Satchels, etc.. No. 110 West Fourth street. riUIOMAS A CO.. Commission and Forward--L ing Merchants, Purchiisers of Supplies, etc.. No. 4'J Vino street. WV.WE, JOIIN A CO., Wholesale Dealers in Foreign nnd Doma tie Dry Goods, No. 89 Pearl, between Vine and Race. WASSON, TAI-IHJTT A PAGE, Cotton Factors, General Commission Merchants and Dealers in Groceries. No. 30 Vine street. WATSON A EKO, Wholesale Clothiers. No. lSGRace street, betwetn Third nd Fourth, jn Elsas' Hlock. CANNON A ltYEILS. Wholesale Dealers in Bonnets, Ribbons, and Millinery Goods, 191 Main street, between 5th an 1 Cth. North side. CUAMIIEKS, HENltY A CO., Wholesale Druggists' Main street, between Cth and 7th, nearly opposite Louisville Hotel. DUVAEE. KETCH UM A CO., Wholesale and Rctnil Dealers in Carpets. Floor Oil Cloths, Rugs, Mats, Window Trimmings, Ao SI 4th, between Market and Main streets. ELLIOTT, A CO., Wholesale Grocers and Commission Merchants, and Cotton nml Pro duce Storage, No. 291 Main street, between 7th and 8th. GAItltXEIl A CO.. Wholesale Grocers. 525 Main street. R. A. Shapard with this house. HOtJAN A IiLTEIL. Wholesale and Retail Manufacturers of Wigs, Braids, Curls, and other kind of hair work. Ac, So 4th, between Main and Market streets. LOUISVILLE HOTEL, M. Kcan A Co., Proprietors, Main Strain, nearly centrally located for steamboats and all trains. PITKIN, WI AltO A CO., Wholesale Dealers in Seeds, Agricultural Implements, Machin ery. Ac. fG Main street. Louisville. -potiEKS, A. S. A SOX, House Furnishing IL EmiHirium, Refrigerators, Filters, Ac, 77 East Side 4th street, near Main. "O OIUNSON, .1. JI. A CO., Wholcsalo Deal Iv era in Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods, No tions, etc., No. 15 West Main street, between 5th and Cth. S LEVIN, T. A It. I. A CAIN, Importers and Wholesale Dealers in Foreign and Domes tic Dry Goods, No. 217 (old No. COO) Main street, nearly oppo'ite Louisville Hotel. rpiMPP, LOUIS, Wholcsalcand Retail Dcalor JL in Piano Fortes, Organs, Mclodeons, Music, Ac, Nos. 92 nnd 91 Jefferson St. WILSON. FETEIt A CO., Wholesale Drug gists and Importers of Foreign Drugs and Chemicals, Paints, Oils, Window Gloss, and Glass ware. Ac, and Proprietors of Louisville Chemical Works, nnd sell the great SaponiScr. Corner of Main nnd 5th streets. TCriLOEIt, EI. A CO.. Wholesale Druggists II and Dealers in Tobaccos, Cigars, Dyestutfs, Perfumery and Glassware; North Sido of Main street, nearly opposite Louisville Hotel. DRY GOODS. SPRING STOCK, 11. AT R. T. KIRKPATRICK'S NO. 55 COLLEGE ST. CAN BE SEEN THE HANDSOMEST Staple and. Fancy Dry Cc QD QD S S3 For tho present season ever exhibited in this city, all bought within the last threo weeks, and what ever decline there may have been in the North wo have got tho b.-ncCt cf nnd will give to our cus tomers. Wo do not proposo any "baits "to our customers by way of offering ctaplo Goods at less than cost, with the hopo of making it up on other Goods, but simply to sell everything at as small preGts as the present high rates of rents, taxcs,and oxpenscs generally admit of. Our friends may rely upon getting tho best Goods nt the lowosl prices, and everything warranted as represented. KlcRaiil Dress Silks, Moire Antiques. Grenadines, Organdies, Lawns, Printed Unen Cambrics, E(e E(e. Ladies in Mourning Will find full lines of every thing new and desira ble in that way. LACE GOOD S, In great variety, in Real Point, Point Apilquc, alenciennes. etc! Ladies' . Silk Sacks. lace Points, Ail new and handsome. Splendid stock of II O O I) S I' O II II O Y V W E A It, HOSIERY, of all grades and siics. !-!. 10-1, and II-1 Linen Sheetings. 0-1, 10-1. and H-I, Cotton Sheetings. Table Linens and Cloths, in variety, Towels and Napkins, in variety. Together with Prints. Domestics, Cloths, Cassi meres, and every thing pertaining to a first-class Dry Goods Establishment. Also, -1-4, 3-1, O-I Dolorcd Mid White Matting of the very bst makes. n l"" 1 1 1 w j ii ! JAMES C. MALONE, .ITTOJIA'EIT AT JL1U NASHVILLE. TENNESSEE. Office 27 West sido Public Square, corner of j Post Office Box 183. ian21-iy JAS. 'LACG1II.IX. O. W. it. BUTLKR. T. A. tRWIX Formerly of Kevins, Keith A Co. M'LAUGHLIN, BUTLER & CO., (Socossors to i A. Irwin & Co.) WHOLESALE GROCERS AMI Commission Merchants, DEALIES IX KltAXOIES. WIXES AXn I.KtFOILS. Cornvof Market and Clark streets. i KAgHTlLLC, tkxx, I " JJe?. 4le highest market prices for Dried I IVult, leathers. Ileeswai, Ginsenr. and; i Country Produce generally. j r22-3m CLOTHING. J. i. No. 11 Sr Side Public Square, OPPOSITE.COURT.IIOUSE. lYashville..'.. Tennessee. HAVE NOW IN STOCK OVER FIVE IIIJNLRED COATS, from the finest Linen and Cloth to the lowest priced cloth manufactured. 1ciiic CiiMlincrc Baits, llntlste Casishucre Stilt, InU IFEfp Suit,: English .Helton, (all colors,)SnlI, French Silk MxeI Suit, ChliipNe Senrttucrii Suits, Creole Check Suit, Whllo I.tiicu Iluek SuitN. Brown " " Suits, Spanish Snlta, BLACK MJSTItE CO ITS, Mulberry cll Cloth Frock CoatN, " " " Snck CoafN, Black " ConlN, Dahlia 't Fonts, ki:vaii.vi: sieic vests, white siek vksts, white meitseieees vf.sts, HIIEEirrOX CLOTH VESTS. These Goods are eminently worthy the attention of allbuyert. We respectfully invite the atten tion of the public to this very large and superb STOCK OP CLOTHING, Whether they wish to buy or not We will certainly take groat pleasure in showing our goods. J. A. J. ROSE, No. 11 South Side Public Square, oppesito Court House. i Vim NEW YORK CARDS. J. & J. C. COMiOY,: '. C5 Fulton Street, Xciv York, HAVE OX HAND, ALL KINDS 01' SEINES, FYKES, EEL NETS, CASTING- NETS, NETTING OF ALL KINDS AND DIMEN SIONS, BY THE FATHOM. Orders taken to any extent and at modcrato Trices. ap7 3m S. Hirsclihorn & Co,, Cigars and Leaf Tobacco XO. 140 rjiAHL STREET, AND 100 XV A T E II STItEET, Near Wall streot. New York. ap7 3m PETTUS & CO., Merchant Tailors, 51 BROADWAY, np" 3m DalCOHE&CO., '170 Broadway, New York, (FOUR DOORS BELOW BROOME STREET.) AIIE SOW OFEXI Goods bought by Mr. Davis Collamore during his recent visit to Europe. DIXXEK AXI TEA RETS. CIIAMIIEIl SETS. FA11IAX STATUETTES, FIXE OLASSWAUE. Tho goods all coming in at a Low Premium on Gold, And aro offered AT Ji O IV PRICE S. P. S. Cbfna Decorated; Glass engraved with crest or initial. npG 3m HERMANN BATJEH, 01 Water Street, X E TV YOB K, SOLE AGENTS IX THE UNITED STATES AND CANADA FOR 1E ST. JIAKCEACX A CO, O HAMPAGNB. ASP WroRTEES or BRANDIES, WINES, AND ALL FOREIGN LIQUORS. AND HAVANA CIGARS. apG 3m KCCLID WATF.KIIOCSE. J. F. CUUUI.VGS. K. O. PKASL, WATERHOUSE, PEARL&CO., NO. lO jNJWW street, NEW YORK. 11DY AXII SELL Coin. Exchange and South ern Bank Notes, and Securities of all kinds. MAKE COLLECTION'S and Purchase Sight and Time Drafts, on all accessible points. HUT STOCKS XXn COLD, Solclyoa Com mission, requiring ample margin in all cues ALLOW FOCK rEIt CEXT IXTEKEST on Daily Balances, subject to Sight Checii M3 Thecorrespondence of 6ur Southern friends s respectfully solicited, xaajl d6io J. ROSE, CINCINNA1T CAHDS. " SPENCER HOUSE," cousei: of fj:ost axd Broadway. CJNCIXXATI, OHIO, L. A. PRATT, Proprietor. Tif R. S. JOHNSON. FOR TEN YEARS CON- HI nncrpH will, 1 . i, with the Spencer House." and will be pleased to ,t a it vaiuea incnas turougliont marj-aom B. SCHWEGMANN, DEALER IN Cigars, IAqnovs and Tobacco, No. 91 Public Landing, Corner of Sycamore CINCINNATI, 0. war2S dGin O O o o EH o K o H B H o o Eh H PS CO o o i ft m E i g 1 1 PR tn tt H 0 p3 B. W. WASSOX, Late of Cochran, AVasson ATalbutt. JESSK II. TAI.BUTT. Late of Paris, Ky., JKSSI W. PAGK, Late of Nashville, Tenn. WASSON, TALBUTT & PAGE, Successors to Cochran, AVasson & Talhutt, COTTOX FACTORS, Manufacturer's Agents for the sale of Ragging and Hope. General CoiiimiNNlon and Prodnoc 3IEKCIIAXTS, AndDealcrs in Plour, Hemp, Grain, Seeds, 'Wool, reathers. rork. liacon. l,aru. A-c. Also, Exclusive agents for tho sale of .1. II. Tal- butt x Co. s Celebrated f urc Uopper Vhiskeys, from Pari?. Rourbon County, Ky.. No. 30 VINE ST. CINCINNATI, 0. REFERENCES. Jas. A. McAllister A Co., Nashville, Tennessee Hugh McCrao x Co., Ev:ins, rite A Co., " " Commercial Rank. Memphis, Tennessee. Taylor. McEwin, Duke A Co.. M.emphis, Tcnn. mar3D d6m DR. L. L. COLEMAN AMONGST the many complimentary no tice given us by the press of this city, we know of none which we deem as coining with so much heartfelt sincerity, as the fol- owmg from the AasnvUle JJauy Union : "At a period like the present, when our city is fillled to ovcrtlowing with a transient popula tion, nnd diseases prevail to an extent hitherto undreamt of, it is proper that the means of cure should be of ready access, and that those imme diately interested should have information which will lead them to avail themselves of competent medical advice, illen who have been educated in the best schools of tho profession of medicine, and been successful in n practico of many years, are surely worthy of confidence; if they have given their attention exclusively to one brancli ol tne profession, and made themselves masters of it, they have still more right t expect support, more particularly if they havo afforded proof of their ability to cure, xo tins inticr Class uciongs xiu. L. L. COLEMAN, who. in his specialty, has been a benefactor to tho afilictcd, and may ever ho ro lled on as a sate and sure physician. We respectfully inform our friends that we may still be found at our office, reliev ing those atllictcu witli Jm U Venereal Diseases Also, all Female afflictions arising from functional derangements of the WOMB and irregular Menstruation. All my preparations can be sent by Ej press to any portion of the country. L. L. COLEMAN, M.D. 04 North Cherry treel, Post Office Box 502. Nashville, Tenn. fchl3-tf DOCTOR CAROW'S CHOLERA SPECIFIC. ATOIV THAT WE ANTICIPATE CHOLERA 1 in our midst, it behooves us all to secure, and keep on hand, somo known and effectual remedy for any emergency, nnd this we find in DOCTOR RAROW'S SPECIFIC, which ho Prescribed and used with such unbounded success, (scarcely ever losing a ease.) When this scourge visited Nash ville, some years past, Dr. Carow was one of our most eminent and successful physicians, nnd when his old friends learn this remedy can be had, thou sands who havo tested its virtues will not fail to have it on hand. It i no Patent Medicine, but a compound from tho Prescription of this distin guished Practitioner. Thero can likewise be no better remedy for cholera morbus, diarrho.-a and dysentary. Vor sale by IV. 1. Jr..iiviiio a. lu.i iruioci.Ms, 32 Market street, opposite Union. mayl" tf GARDOM & RICE, PLAIN AND DECORATIVE PLASTEEERS. ALL ORDERS LEFT AT RON 25 POST OFFICE, OR Xo. 67 South Summer St., WILL BE lUtOJIITEY ATTEXIIEI) TO. may3 3m GREAT I.VDUCILltEXTS TO CAPITALISTS. T WILL OFFER FOR SALE. AT PUBLIC OUT X cry to the highest bidder, on Monday, the 25th day of June next, in front of the premises, in the city of Columbus, Mississippi, at 11 o'clock, a. v.. that well ar ranged and substantially built house known as THE GIMIEIl HOTEL Building, with tho premises thereto attached, rnntninini orrr an acre of ground. The building is on the corner of Main and St. John streets, four stories high, divided into over seventy rooms, large and airy, the basement story suited and intended for stores. TERMS OF SALE-One-half cash, one and two years in equal 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- "ITy'ord'crf'the Board of Directors of tho Gil mer Hotel Company. rjRgEN T. HILL. may0-w4t Secretary. SacliH Wanted. Bap Wanted. T WILL TAY CASH FOR A tlMITED NTJM 1 ber of good Ilnrliin fincU or Uiiniiy jlas-i, in small lots. Those who haro emptied cornck, will do well to bnnhemn. Comer Broad and Market sts.. Nashville, may lwilw. CINCINNATI CARDS. RICHARD HANKS. TTM. J. rOETKR. BLANKS & PORTER. WHOLESALE GROCERS AND GENERAL Commission Merchants, NO. 45 VINE STREET, West Side, Between Front and Columbia. CTXt'IXXATI, OHIO. mar30 d6m BURNET HOUSE. CORXER Tllinn AXI TIXESTKEETS, Cincinnati, Ohio, SILAS TP. MILLEK, Proprietor. rpiIE BURNET HOUSE IS TWO SQUARES X from tho U.S. Mail and Peoples' Line of Steam ers' L-inding, and very near the J. C. A C. II. A D. R. R. ,t A. A- U. W. R R. Depots. Omnibuses leave the House far all trains Eats, West, North and Sooth. mar2S d3m 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. 12l Walnut street, CINCINNATI apt ly ' ELSAS KILO OK, G.G.puumr, JAS. LOWES, JOS. R. GEnilART, S. nOWERSOCE, Special Partners. Ucncrat Partners. PKUGII !t LOIVES, Importers and Jobbers of Foreign and Domestic DRY GOODS, White Goods and Notions, NO. 131 RACE STKE17T, Botwcen Third and Fourth SU., Elsas New Block, CINCINNATI. OHIO. mar30-d6m jonN v. VATSOX. JOS. I- BEKG. WATSON & BERG, AVilOLESALE CLOTHIERS, JNo. 136 Race Street, Cincinnati, 0. WAV. IIINKLE. FORMERLY OF NASI1 . villn and Louisville, ii with the above house, and will be pleased to ico and wait on his trienus and acquaintances. mar30-d6ra JI. T.. READ. iionoiN, itEin & co.. Lvansviltr. HEAD, MORGAN & CO., WHOLESALE DEALERS IN BOOTS AND SHOES, 138 Race St., bet. 3d& 4th, CINCINNATI, OHIO. mar30-dGm T. A. TIIOMAS, E. E. W. TIIOUAS, n. I). Jl CltJLKY, Atlanta. Ga. Late of Ctark9 vilte. Tenn, LouitviV', Kv. THOMAS &C0. COMMISSION AND FORWARDING MERCHANTS, XO. ltt VIAE STItEET, CINCINNATI, OHIO, AND Xo. 1 Hamilton's liiiiltliiig, Corner Sixth and Main streets, LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY Consignment of CotUm, Tobacco and other Iroduce ioliciud. 02- AV'e make the Purchasing of all articles of .Merchandise a speciality. RTFKR IN NASHVILLE, TKXX..TO Thompson Andersoi;, Rerry A Demo.'illc, A. Hamilton, Hugh McCrea, U. W. Fall A Bros. Macey. Driver Brown. mar3 dAw3m SOUTHERN MUSIC STORE. JAMES A. McCLURE, XI UNION STItEET. Music Publisher, And solo Agent for tho sale of tho celebrated STEINWAY PIAXO, Also, Agent for A. Il.Oale A Co.'s Calcnhcrg, and Vaupcl, and other first class Pianos. Sheet Music, Music Books, And Music Merchandise generally; Together with Orpins, Harmoniums, autl Mclodeons, Can be purchased at Manufacturers' Prices. Catalogue of Prices furnished upon application Music mailed freo of Postage. mayl 3m FKAWK MOORE fc CO., MANUFACTURERS And Dealer.! in Stoves, Grates, and Holloware. ETEET DESCEIIT10X OF Plain, Japanned and Prwsed Tinware J1UIL5C IUIUUU1QK UUUUp An,l nil kind of Woodware. No. 30 North Market Street, (Nxt door to Tom. ell t old Drugstore.) Nnslivlllc. Tenn. 0 UTTERING. R00FINO. AND REPAIRING, DONE TO OKDtK. ap21 Su TO POLITICIANS. WE HAVE A LARGE NU3IBER OF Leoisla tite U.iios akd Akikioasb, bound in Book form, conLiining tho full reports of the proceed ings and speeches for iciiions of 1809 and '60. Apply at this cEce. an - LOinSVILLE cards: LOUISVILLE HOTEL, "9 ni omiEToiis, Louisville, Kentucky. JS?" This House has been refurnished throughout. mar30-fim. o o 02 - r d C8 rd CO O O m d rH 03 Id r-H r I rH CO 'B o o . CQ (C 2 a HI o r tf o a Hi o W o i-l d The Oldest Stand in the West ! D. F. HOGAN & A. DUTEIL, Wholesale and Retail Manufacturers of IJTys, Scalps, Braids and Curls, end all other Hndiof Hair Work, And Importers of Fancy Goods, Perfumery, Ac, 85 Fourth st. between Main and Market, LOUISVILLE. KY. Manner of taking Measure nf n Wig hy any person: 1. Kounutncneau In J) lines t 2. From Ear to Ear ..0 0 3. Tcmplo to Temple .-0 0 4. From Forehead to Napo 0 0 5. From Tcinplo to Teinplo 0 0 marSO tlGm P I AJLY O S . LOUIS TllIP 1 aato Tripp A Cragg.) Wholesale and ltciail Healer IX THE PEST PIANO FORTES Mason k Ilamlins' Cabinet Organs; Geo. A. Princo A Co.'s Automatic Organs, and Mclodeons; Sheet Music: Instruction Rooks: best Italian btrings;and all kinds of Musical Merchandise. Catalogues of Pianos. Cabinet Organs, etc.. sent on application. Ads. 92 nml 111 .Icllerson Street, LOUISVILLE. KY. ma r31 d tri-wA w 3J4in ED. WILDER & 00., DEA1.EIIS IX TOBACCOS AND CIGARS, DYE-STUFFS, p CE ? QO. Ql C& W AND GLASSWARE. "yE IIAVi: REMOVED TO OI7K SEW And Spacious 'Warehouse, Marhlo Front, Xorlli Side of Slain street, NEARLY OPPOSITE LOUISVILLE HOTEL. ONE DOOIt BKUIW THE CORNER OP SIXTH, Whcro wo havo opened an entirely new stock of Goods, and wil! offer to tho trade, togetherwith DRUGS AND MEDICINES, A varied assortment of Druggists' Fancy Goods. Liquors, Cigars, and Tobacco, Comprising the most complcto assortment in ono houso in this country. All of which wo shall offer nt manufacturers', ami less than manu facturers' prices. inar31 dly E.A. GARDNER. C. II. GARDNER. QAEDNER & CO., WHOLESALE GROCERS, 525 MAIX STREET, LOUISVILLE. KY. R. A. Shnpard, late of Shclbyyille, Tennessee, is with this firm and will tako pleasure in waiting on nis old lricnds. mar.so om. TnOS.E. WILSON. ARTHUR PETER. W.1I.DILI.INGIIAU. ESTABLISHED IN 1817. WILSON, PETER & CO., (Successors to Wilson, Starbird A: Smith.) WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS AND IMPORTRRS OF ForcigriDrugs and Chemicals, And Dealers in Paints, Oils, Window Glass and Glass Ware, Tobacco, Snuff. Perfumery, etc. COUXEU OF MAIS ASI) FIFTH ST11FETS. Proprietors of tho Louisville Chemical Worlu, LOUISVILLE, KY. MAKE YOUR OVTX SOAP RY SAVING AND USING YOUR BUY ONE RON OF THE PENNSYLVANIA Silt Manufacturing Company's Saponifier, or Concentrated Lye. It will make ten pounds at excellent hardboap. or 25 gallons of tho very -bwt Soft Soap, for about 2f cents. Directions on each box. For sale at all Drue and Grocery Stores, and in lots at wholesale by WILSON. PETER A CO.. Louisville, Ky. niarSO dSm T. H. ELLIOTT, 8. II. nENDEHSnX, Christiaiu co., Ky., East Tenn. j.s. elliott, Motgomery co.. Tenn. ELLIOTT & (JO, WHOLESALE GROCERS AND COMMISSION' SIEUCUANTS, (Old Stand of D. Morris.) XO. 291 Main Street, DETWEEN SEVENTH AND EIGHTH. Louisville, Kentucky. Liberal advances mado on all Consignments to our care. We will fill orders for farm or family supplier. mar23 wlT ltXt WYNNE. i.S. BACKET, TUOVIAS WILLIAMS. a. w. rcou. JOHX WYXIYE.fcCO., (Successors to Wyane, Jonos A Co.,) WHOLESALE DEAL! 13 IN Foreign and Domestic No. S3 Poarl street, between Vine and Race. CIXCIXXATI, O. mirS dCm rWJIEELEIt it -WII.SOVS PREMIUM LOCK-STITCH FAMILY SEWINO MACHINES. XO. 37 COLI.I.GE STKEET. Over Wm. Berry A- Co.'s Dry Goods Uouso. DAU'L AINSWORTII. Uencral 3ithtrn AitnU an5-tf lWisyille cards ROGEItS' Hous o Fu rnishing Emp orium A. G, ROGERS & SON., 77 East Sido lth sL, near Main Loubvillo, Ky. Amcirican Patent Ico ChcsU and Rcfriccmton. Also, common Ice Chests and Laser Recr Coolers; Water Filters and Coolers; loo Cream Frceicrs; Torrey's celebrated Three Minuto Frccier. all sizes, from one quart to twenty quarts. Also, a general a&K)rtment of housekeeper s article?: to all of which your attention is rospcctfully called at Rogers' lloue Furnishing Emporium, 77 East Sido 4th SC. near Main. Louisville. Ky. fmiuSO dm CLACDirS DCVALL CHAS. KETCliril. A. A. qrARRIER. DUVALL, KETCHUM & CO., Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Carpeting Floor Oil Cloths, Rubs. Mat, Fine Curtain Materials and Trim mings; Window Shades and Fixtures; Hons: and Steamboat Furnishing Goods, SI Fourth fit., bel. -llnrkot iukI Mnln, LOUISVILLE, KY. Tho stock comprising in part of Royal Velvet Carpet, English Brussels Carpets, English Tapestry Carpets. American TapostrV Cirpcts, Rrnssels Stair Carpets, Threc-Ply Carpets, Two-Ply Carpets, All Wool Ingrain Carpets. HvmP. and CotUge Carpets. Hall and Stair enitian Carpets and Stair Rods. All widths Floor Oil Cloths cut to suit tho sbapo of halls and rooms. Raving an entire new stock wo otTer every in ducement to purchasers in tho style, quality and price of our goods. Wo ask an examination of onr varied assortment, which wo otTer at tho low est prices. Carpets warranted 'represented. To dealers weotfirurasual inducements in pri ces of all grades Carpeting. Oil-Claths, Ac H e arc prepared to havo Carpets and Curtains mado up at short notice. Orders solicited, which shall receive our best and prompt attention. DUVALL, KETCHUM A CO. No. SI Sourth st, bet. Main and Market. mar31 3ra BUILDING MATERLVL. Notice to Persons Building. IN VIEW OF THE FACT THAT THERE IS I no ONE PLACE in tho city where ono can bo supplied with material requisite for mnr.nixo pukposes. wo have established a depot ut Jro. 6 College Street, where wo will keep constantly on hand a Lirgo stock of LIME, HYDRAULIC CEMENT, PLASTER PARIS, LAND PIASTER, LATHES AND HAIR, 3D NAILS, AVIIITEWASII BRUSHES, FIRE BRICK AND CLAY, etc. I'nriner vtl.lilu;r Ijimt Plaster Tor fVrlillzIiic the Soli, can he fnrnlMioil ut Ion- rates nt thl OFI'ICE. HUKT CO. mh25-3m RAGS! RAGS! RAGS ! WHITEMM BROTHERS, PAVER WAREHOUSE, WILL PAY VE CENT? FOR CLEAN Cotton RAGS, in quantities of 100 pounds or more. . Tho highest prico paid for old Ragging, Woolen Rags. etc. WHITEMAN RROS.. feb6-tf No. 59 N. E. Cor. Publio Square. ARTIFICIAL LEGS. DR. DOUGLAS J3LY'S PATENT ANATOMICAL II A I, T. A XI) .SOCKET JOLYTKI) ARTIFICIAL LEG. Manufactory and Oflice: In tlic Glyllall, North End ,if Market Building 1'ubtie Sijuare, AASHVIM.!:, TEXXESSEE. 'PHIS LEO has an advantage possessed by no 1. other Artificial Leg. havingal'orivnril nml Stile Motion, the same as the natural foot. The Springs aro Rubber, nnd consequently thero is no rattling as in 'other leg. Tho undersigned has purchased the right to manufacture, this Leg for a term of years, and respectfully refer? tho public to any of his patients in Nashville or vicinity wear ing his make, llo is an experienced and practical workman in tho art himself, and giyea hispcrsonnl attention to every case. He also employs none but tbo most competent liana?. Perfect Satisfaction (iinrmiteiMl In nil Cnic, and reference by namo given when ever required. Address Box 9 7 C, Nashville. JAMES W. MORTON. marSO 3m .Manufacturer CONDELL'S Artificial Arms and Legs, rpiIE LATTER HAVE BALL AND SOCKET X JOIN i. giving tho foot ths forward and side motion; theso limbs tiro light and durable. Also, an assortment of superior ARTIFICIAL HUMAN EYES tho latter Inserted without pain by lilt. HERRI I.E. 0 Jieo on the Square, next to the corner of Cedar str ft. Office Hours, 9 to 12 and Hi to 5li. nprl7-.'trn Ayor's Cathartic Pills ARE THE MOST PERFECT Purgatiro which wb aro able to produee or which we think has ever yet been mado by any body. Their ctfecU have abund antly shown to tbe community how much they cictl tho ordina ry medicines in use. They are safe and pleasant to take, but jiowerful to cure. xueir peiicirKUUK properties Biiuiuiaic oid tiiui activities of the body, remove tho obstructions of its organs, purify the blood, and expel disease. They purge out the foul humors which breed and grow distemper, stimulate sluggish or disordered organs into their natural action, ami impart a healthy tono with strength to tho whole system. Notonlydo they cure the even-day complaints of everybody, but also formidable nnd dangerous diseases. While they produce powerful offeets, they are at the same time, in diminished doses, the safest and best physio that ean be employed for children. Reing sugar-coated, they are pleas ant to take: and, being purely vegetable, are free from any risk of harm. Cures have been rsad which surpass belief, were they not substantiated by men nf such exalted position and character, a to forbid the suspicion of untruth. Many emi nent elcrgymrnt and pbysieians have lent their names to certify to tho publio the reliability of our remedies, whilo others havo sent us the assurance of their conviction that, onr Preparations contri bute immensely to the relief of our afflicted, suf fering fellow-men. Tlic Agent below named Is pleased tofuruuh gratis our American Almanac, containing direc tions for the use and certificates of their cures, of the following complaints: Costiveness. Rilious Complaints, Rheumatim, Dropsy. Heartburn, Headache arming from foul Stomach, Nansen. IndigeHlion.Morbid Inaction of tho Rowelj and Pain arising thciefrotn. Flatulency. Loss of Appetite, all Diseases which require an evacuant medicine. They abo, by purifying the blood and stimulating the system, curemany coin pliints wbioh it would not besunnosed they could reach, such u Deafness. Partial Blindness, Neu ralgia and Nervous Irritability, Derangements of tbe Liver and Kidneys, (Jotit. and other kindred complaints arising from a low state of the body, or obstruction of its functions Do not be put off by unprincipled dealers with other preparations which they make mere profit on. Demtnd Atie'm and take no others. The sick want the best aid thero is for them, and they should hare it. Prepared by J. C. ATER fc CO., Lowell, Massachusetts, ami soul by Druggists and dealers every where at wholesale and retail; in Nashville by BERRY, DEMOVILLE WHAP.TON. JuneJ i Aj trx . cxtxr.iT. r.c. cxrxHY. OKO. . VXtDlXZ, c. r. CLtasAT, WI. CLENEAT & SONS; COMMISSION MERCHANTS, For the purchase and sale of Cotton, Tobacco, i'lo,?.1 Jlr?!n VStk Ua, Lard. Hemp, tt hlskT.Orass SeedJ, and all kinds of Pro duce, and Dealers in pure Bourbon tt'hlsky. S. E. (Zrner tf SeCinul and Vine Stnttt. Cincinnati, Ohio. Agents for "Sunny Side," "Broad (luase." "Legal Tender," "Home Comfort," "Anderson's Choiee," andMagaoIiaMUls XXXFamilyJNour. 33- Liberal Advances xnulo oa Conticnmcnti. m27 UAwCia. GROCERIES, LIQUORS &c. ft. r. wooBs. R.B.CHEATHAM5 i u lVirOMSSAIiE GROCERS, DEALERS IS PINE BRANDIES, 1VHTES, DOMESTIC LIQUORS, TOBACCO, CIGAKS, etc., etc., Cor. College ami Chnrelt Nt KEEP CONSTANTLY OX HAND ,l.ll TOR SAX.E 100 bap choice Rio Cofice. 126 bbls Cnwhwl, Powilorctl ami Cfrafl Intcd Sacar. 110 bbU Coffee Sugar. 50 " Afackorel. No. 1 ami 2. 25 " " Xo 3 160 kits " Xo". 1, 2 and 3. 200 boxes Star Gmdlw. 125 " Soap (assorted.) 5 Tierces fresh'Kice. 26 bbls Ciller Vinegar. 080 " Kxtra Familv 11ur, StRlBg. field and Port Koyal MMU. 100 bM, bblsand kesfniiiitry Imh. 5 tierce Dried Beof. 60 bbk X. O. Aloln-ssos and Syntjufc - 50 bbln Stirglmm Molaasiv. 10,000 biMhelrt Cotton Se!. Togt-tlicr with an afwortmcnt f FRESH CANNED FRUITS, SUCH A3 Strawberry, Peaelies, Tomatoes. IMitkles. SartlliK's. Oysters: Uraiitly Peaches, ami Cherries, Worcestershire ami l'epper Sauce, Spices, Pepper, cte. etc. LIQ.UOBS. AMONGST WHICH AUK C i Pipes Fine llrandy, llcnnescv, Otard, Dupcy & Co., Pinto Cnstillon; vintajte,lS10,'flS,atHl'R7 3 United Vineyanl;Prepriirtn'elSSO, 4 J- Iiochelle, 3 Puncheons bout Irinh ami &Hth Wiwkr. 2 Pipes Jamaica Rum. 6 I'ipen N. K. " 05 casks Sherry and Port "Wimjll graded, S casks pure Mala AVine, 4 Pipes pure Hoflaiid Oin, 75 boxes St. Marceaux Cliampagii' 30 " Cabinot G5 " Ileidsiek " 125 boxes Claret, very fin. W H I S K Y. 10 bbls "Old Crow," 1865, warranted mi jierior to anv ever oftbrcil in Xochvitlu. 1S5 bills pureItoi)ortonCMiiity,od and tint-, 130 ' Pourbon, all gradex, 23 " Apple I'randy, jmre, 8 " Peach Prandy, Hire. Aniset, Cttracoa, Absyntlie, Maruschino, Want poo J)ral:cs, 1'lantation ami liokcrs' Jiittars and London Club. n,000 Genuine Imported Havana Otw. Ilo.lXlil Ualtimore, all grwlee; Together with a general assortment of Staple and Fancy (Iroeeries. It. R. CJIILITIIAI cV. CO. lanlfi 47. 47. N: B. PEAECE, (OI AltKAXSAS.) AND COMMISSION MERCHANT. COTTON & TOBACCO FACTOR 47 South Market Street, Nashville;; Uenn. pONSIO.VMKNTS OP CQTT0X. T0BAOCO. l Park, Lanl, Wr. HTlvky, and alher linrketable I'rodueo nml MerelMiBdlse. talltNed, Liberal alvane made on eumlgnuiento, ami wllleudesver to eeure IVIVH SAI.r.S AXD I'RO.niTRCTim.VH Particular attention given to the filHixcef Plant er' order fur plantation wppliex. A large and well-s!eetd supply ef Groceries and Iii(iiors Kept constantly on band, to he tatd at the lanert market prlee, ler easn. janSI-tf X. It. I'KAKUK. TAVEL BROS., JiicccHor fnl'mil I. Tv'l, BOOK BINDERS, It U Ji T. It S , Blank Book 31 nufactiircrs', Tr0ULD rwpeliuliy aneaanee ta the pubNe. YY and efpeetally to the efieen of CuunltM. UourU. llaiiroau'. isnniti, iMuranee iabiixuhm, Ac. that they aro prepared to make, on (hart no tice, and of tne Lett material, aH ktndi ef BTi.A.TSnBZ BOOKS! Of my ilze or sbape , UuWl to zay aUra Jarfrcil V if .Jlt lull ill uii uaiiu r ft v "-" BLANK PAPKll. of tbe bt makiv and are dally increasing our laoilltiea tor dolmc nerk. Jn Ijinre or Hnmll luiutltie. naTing a long eiperienee w mw mr different Court in the State, fi have lt-m ftr Irnn. ftl. It.Vnt. afvl 4&er IliMlk VfSl.mHV neL .. .. . . We are ali. prepared tu ltl.-m oh ataoi i HOOKS, 3IAGAZIXCK, MUSIC, .lr.. In the bat ityla), and on short notiee. (Union & American Block,) Clxcrry Street, Up Stairs, XASIXV1TJJB. TENS. mr2t 3rc FOR KENT OICM3ASE, A far rent. Dr.J.M. Watnen't dadrable reni- A.n with 13 erre. earner af Smnee and Jak- inn itreeti juHoatsMsof the eorporfttlon-.- jp- Real Ki tatd Agent. S! Union at. jonell 3t