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i a (i ulsce at r ukoim:. From the' Philadelphia Press. The prouility of a, war in Kuropc lias di rected the attention of this country to the resources, by land and sea, of the powere likely to originate the war and the powers which win unavoidably liecoine. involved in it. 1. TlJEEMriREOF AUSTRIA. This power of central Europe eomista of i.: i .i ... .... i r.io. Kitiguuiun, uirec iiruiupaiiuec, iwo arcu duchles, two duchiee, three inarKravates the ban or Austria. Inc kingdoms are Ilun carr, Bohemia, besides Venice. Dalmatia. Croatia and Sclavonm ; the princiiiality of iratuylvania; the archduchies of Upper Austria and Lower Austria the original foundation of the empire; the duchies of balibnrg, fatyna, Canntliia, Uukovina, up per and Lower Silesia. The luargravatus are -Moravia, Jstna and Senna; the terri tory of Trieste and the Iran of Tliernies. Besides this, numerous to-called military stations. In all, thirty-five millions of in habitant, upcakinc a variety of Iancuatre. ntagnoti; in religion and race, and ever ready for revolt. The army on foot consisted of SGO,OO0 sold lew until witinn the last lew month?, when the second category wan called into active service, increasing the army by 200, 000 men. A second levy hxs leen ordered, which has not exceeded 140.000 men. In time of war Austria can raise an army of seven or eight hundred thousand men. Almost all the nobility have a rank in the army. The Austrian soldier is distinguished for bravery and power of endurance, but is utterly lacking in brilliancy and daring. The finest corpse is that of the htafl'. In 1859, in the campaign in Ixmtbardy, the artillery possessed only a few cannon. Now it has made great progress, though it is far from -taking rank amonght the xl in Eu rope. The Hungarian cavalry is the finest in Europe; it has preserved all the historical traditions of its fame. Many a vic!;iry 1ms it helped to win for Austria, but Austria has never testified its appreciation of its im ortanre. Austria ban never possessed any celebrated Generals. The Archduke Cit.utl.ra, the most famous among them, wa on every occasion conquered by Xai'o 1.BOS I. To take the field again it has no other generals than those that were beaten at Magenta, Solferino, l'aleslro, and San .Mart i no. Austria cannot fend into the field more than three hundred thousand men. being obliged to have two hundred thousand men in the Quadrilateral, between Venice and the frontiers of Lombardy, where the army of Italy is encamped. A hundred thouwnd men are in Dalmatia, iu the terri tory of Trieste, and in tho fortresses on the other side of Venice. Another hundred thousand men arc in Hungary, where the condition of the country at all times threat ens u revolution. The Austrian navy con sists of one hundred and twenty vessels of war, of which seventy only are steamers. In all, one thousand one hundred cannon. The merchant vessels of Austria consist of about ten thousand fillips. The government reve nue is two hundred millions of thalcrs, but its national debt is over one thousand five hundred millions. 2. The Kingdom ok Prussia. The population of Prussia is eighteen millions and a half all united by bonds of race, religion and language. Tho revenue, one hundred million thalcrs; national debt two hundred and ten millions. In times of peace the army consists of two hundred thousand men. At the present moment it has four hundred and fifty thousand men under arms, besides a reserve, well drilled and disciplined, called Landwchr. The Prussians have all military instincts they arc brave, sober and indefatigable. The ar tillery is one of tho finest in Europe, with fine cannon and admirable and intelligent oflicereu The Generals arc formed in tho school of FitEUEiuac the Great. One of them was Bi.uciiEit, the conqueror of Na iuleon at Waterloo. Its navy, limited to eighty vessels of war, is in far better condi tion than that of Austria, the four hundred and ten' cannon they carry being all of the latest modern models. The merchant ves sels arc about two thousand in number. Prussia boasts of its rights over the Duchies of Holsteiu, Lancnburg and Schlcswig, Aus tria declining to cedo them without compen sation since 1SG3. 3 The Kingdom of Dukmark. This small kingdom posaegrics a popula tion of three millions; twenty millions of thaler is its revenue; its national debt sixty millions. In times of peace its army con sists of twenty-five thousand men; in time of war it reaches fifty thousand. Tho navy of Denmark, though limited to one hundred vessels of war, with only a thousand cannon, is admiral ilc. Its merchant vessels number almut six thousand. The three duchies which belonged to Denmark have remained in the possession of tho two powers which occupy them, Austria and Prussia. These duchies are the cause of the war which threatens. The duchies form altogether a population of ono million. 1. The Conkeiiekation ok G HUMAN Y. By the treaty of 1815, made by all tho European powers, the German Confedera tion consisted of forty States. It now con tains only thirty-five. Each of these diller ent States has an independent government of its own, but arc all united in rebelling an invasion on any one of tho Confederation, and bound to assist in all quarrels with for eign powers. Tho legislative power of this Confederation is called a Diet, and is held at F-ankfort-on-lhc-Main, a so-called free city. The States forming the Germanic Confeder ation include thirteen millions of inhabi tants belonging to Austria, fourteen millions to Prussia, anil eighteen millions included iU four kingdoms, one electorate, seven grand duchies, eight duchies, eight principalities, one landgravate, nnd four cities, professing to lie republics. Tho total population of the Confederation of Germany consistsof fortv-fivc millions, obliged, by the treaty whieli binds them, to furnish an army of five hundred and sixty thousand men; Auitria and Prussia contributing, of course, in overwhelming numbers. The details are as follows: The portions of Austria belonging to the Confederation are Bohemia, Mora via, the Archduchy of Austria, Silesia, SaltiburK, Styria, Cnniola, the Tyrol, Imili, Trieste (but not the Venetian States), about thirteen millions of people. The Prussian potwioii8 included in the Confederation are Saxony, Silesia, Westphalia, Branden berg, Pomerania and the lChenish provinces, over fourteen millions of people. S T. VH A 11 I. K S Itcstmirmit and Saloon, no. 2i ckhau struct. r T. RICUA R. J.KUEL. Vroiiriptcrs. Tl.c ? .proprietor announce that tliKurll kuonn lace i Mill open for the patroiiae .if tin- public. uc iiupi wiai uio inarkt'i animiK run niirnvM im toiiml, anil renod mi nt all hours by attentive waiters. The lctol Wine and Liquor always on Mum. tlivo u a call. lU'jrulnr .11 en Is. no fen Is. InncT Jul RICUA KKUL. Proprietor. W.N. BILBO, Attorney and Counsellor al Law, OPFICB Cedar street, in rooms occupied by II. II. Hahuwbn, Kin., 11. S. DMrict Attonioy. junpi2 tf. GEO. R. FAIRBANKS, Attoino3r and Solicitor, ltoora 27 Colonnade Rulldlnr. (Manna ill Cherry H. Itanmillc. Tennwe. Particular attention riven to collections ami liurineH rennecteJ with mlm f Ileal Bsmte. Leases, .Vc, in tlio States rf Toiineocf. Oeorcis. and Florida. 1. O. Box M ni-n OKI), w. COWLMI. O. C. TORHrtT R0WLES & TORBETT, ATTORNEYS AT LAW AND Solicitors in Chancery, "lylliL PRACTICE IK Tin: SEVERAL I Federal nnd tate Court held in the city of NahTille. Will d practice in tho Chantcrv Courti held at ErankUij. Alurfrcesboro. and Clarksvlllo. Ottlro, XO. S3 Coloiinmlc Rullilliir Chorrr St., Xashrillc, Tcnn. ' junelS dt-wA-w lm An Attachment.. LconUaJ A. JlcCorvcI r. Leonldas II. Darwin. IKOXIDAS A. McCORVEI. havinc ncd out j an Attachment aralrut the iroicrtr of Leon -idax II. Darwin; and it appearing to me. that tho said Leonids JI. Darwin U a non-resident of tho Stt45 of Xonnesie. and wm indebUd to theplain tuT in as amount within the jurUdiction of a Justice of tho Peace, I. thrreforo, order publica tion to be mado in tho Union and American, a newpancr nblhhed In Aajhville. Tennewee. commandjnr the defendant to nppnar before me un the 3d of Deoember, lSOfl. and defend aald unit . or the uno will be taken Xor cos fcracd. and ret dowufoTWjrg, Bopjnj.p., junel5Ht for Jactuefl ccnaty TS IXNUKASCn COMPANY, P. P. I'cck, AecnU No. 31 College ftreet. A.M)KILSO.V, JOII.VSO.V A: SMITH , Heal Estate Accnt, orcrBciry'n Bookstore, Col leeejtrcct. AIXSU OUTH.lAMi:i., General Southern Agent of Wheelers A AVilaon'a Benin; Ma chines. No. i7 College ftrccL 13 t TIIAXTX, Commiwion Mer chants, comer of Collece and Church strceU. -)Ci;ro, VJIi:i.EIC A CO., Dealers in I J Tinners', l'luuibers' Oas-Ctters' and Coiipcr iKWniths' Stck and Materials. No. 22 North Market Mreet ltOW.-V. J. I .V Jt. W., Hoal Estate AscnU. Js'. L mult street. AX I, i'licMT XATIU.VAL, A. oTliinford, I'rcidcnt. Jas. O. OpJon, Cashier. BAXJt. SIX'OMI A'ATIOXAUCollcrctt., near t'liiou, Jno. Lumsdcn, President, ViT. J. 'f bomaj. Cahicr. LJAMt.TIIIKO .VATIO.XAU W. W.Bcrry. . I'rc'idrnt. Edgar Jones, Cashier. BltOW.V. SDTIinitll.Vn a: ( Man ufacturer" f Doors, Sa;U. Blind?, Ac, cor. of JImi andEwirur streets. CtlUtltrrr .V IMY1, Steamboat Aecnts, ' Storage, ForwardinK and Commission .Mer chants. No. 21 Front St. upper wharf. J dcrtaker?. No. 49Church street 0 KU.YAH. A N.. Lawyer. ColonadcBuildinir. Cherry Klrect, Room No. 20. C1III:AT1IA3I, It. It. A CO., Wholesale (Irocem and Dealers in fine Brandies. Wines. Domestic Liquors, Tobacco, Cigars. Ac, corner of College and uliurcu street. 1AM.i:.Mi:k .KJAItltlXr, Real Estate Agents, No. 41 Cherry street. c 10I.K3IA.V, l It., Physician and Surgeon, No. CI r ortli Cherry street. I) i:.TO., UK. J. C, Office, No. 25 North Ciicrry street. I Xi:i.SOX, SAMUi:!, Attomey ut Law, It No. fid' 2 Cherry street, up stairs. DI'XI.AI .V CHII.n'KUSS, Attorneys at Law, X-j. 62 North Cherry ftrecL pWIXiV. A C'., Dealer! in Hardware. I J South tnlo of the Public Square, ut the old Niebol stand. I.TVAXS, IJTIklSi., Whalelwalcrs'in I J Foreign and American Dry (iomis, Varicticit, Roots, thoea. Hats and Rcady-iuado Clothing, No. 4 Inn Block. poS'IXK ISKOS., Wholesale andRcUil Dcal I crs in Oroccrics, Wines, Liquorn, Cigars, Tobacco, Ac, Ac, No. 2! westside of tho Public Square, Nashville. ITUTKMAX, P.. Wholesale Dry Goo7lsrNo749 Public Square. ir. A. lllUK, Importirs and Dcal L to in Hanlwarc, Cutlery, tjuns. Pistols. etc No. 01 Public Square. M If IKT.t CO., Building Material of all kinds, C College street. 11TC1IISOX, :i:o Dealer in Wall Paper Paints, Colors, Ac. Church street. YrAMU.TOX A Ci;XXIX;iIA.H, Dealers I J in Hardware, Leather Belting, Bolting Cloths, Ac. No. 18 North College street. H A ItltlSO.V A SONS, Steamboat Agents on the Levee. I oiixkoxvii.i.i: iAcitirr iojii'axv, t) OUico corner of Church and Summer streets., opposite St. Cloud Hotel. KiukimtIuck, xi:vixs a unrni. Cotton and Tobacco Factors and General Commission Merchants. No. a South College st. IAKi: JIIXJSTOX ICK COJIVAXY, Of j fico No. 5 North College street. LUCIW, W. II. A CO., Auctioneers and Com mission Merchants. Nos. 25 and 25U Collceo ssreet, opjiosito Sewanee Hotel. M;iI.I., int., Medicated Vapor Baths, Unio" street, over York's Book btorc. M OIITOX, .1 AS. W., Artificial Leg Manu- laucturcr. Piortn end Market House. M Yi:iLS A 1IUXT, CarriasoMauufwturcrs, iAorui iiiarKci street. IOKUAK, I It It V, O'ltKYAX A CO., ill Wholesale Dealers in Drv Goods. Public Square, old stand of Irby Morgan A CO. M i::tKITT A JIU.I Dealers in Wall Pa- lier. No. 17 Church street. Tl TACKY, I)KIVi:it A IIKOUX, Dealers iiX in Hardware. Public Square, South of Cedar street. AIAItlt, TIIOS. S., Banker and Dealer in ItX Gold, Silver, Uncurrcnt "Money, Bonds, Stocks, etc. corncrof Union and College streets. McCKIiA. IILOII. A CO., Cotton nnd To bacco Factors. Storage, Forwarding and Commission Merchants, Market street. M cCMJKI'AS M USIC NTOI1I", No. 33 Union street. Urgans. 1'ianos and sheet Jlusic MAI.OXK. JAMES C, Attorney nt Law, corner ftf Collego and Dcadcrick streets, west side Public Square, up stairs. ", irrCAM1!:, ItltOS. A CO., General Oil 111. Dealers and AgmU for the sale of Cotton Yarns and Sh cet inc?. No. 73 Broad street. MAKCII, J. I. A SOX. Manufacturers of Saddles nnd Harness and Dealers in Coach and Saddlery Ware, No. 11 Union street. -VTKW.NOM, MOOKK A CO., Keal E.stato X and Advertising Agents, No. 40 West Sido of Public Square. Xrl:i.sbX A mJKFiti:ii Heal Estate Agents, 1 Chcrri' street, second door from Union. West Side. XTAXvii.i.i: COMMKKCIAI. ixsir. i KAX:i: COMPANY. Office in tho build ing of tho Bnnk of tho Union. o III.Y. JOHN. Practical Tailor, No. 12 North Cherry street. 1i:.VltCi;. X. It., Wholesale Grocer, Commis . slon Merchant nnd Cotton and Tobacco Fac tor. 47 Soutli Market St. l )I;i)i: A MAXIKlt. Wholesalo nnd Retail 1 Doalers in Foreign nnd Domestic Dry Goods. No. 51 Market street. Insurance Agent. No. 31 Cul- L lege street. pi'.Vri:COST. JAS. V., Up and Up Livery 1 and Salo Stable, No. 30 Dcidcrick street, ho twecn Summer nnd Cherry. R . Mill Stono, College, near Broad street. R R ONi;. .1. A. J., Clothing of all kinds. 11 South sido Public Sqare. I C i: A T II O M I" S O X , Attorneys, X14 union street. Ri:iV, ClIAimoUKX A CO., Cotton Fnc tors and General Commission Merchants. Clark street. LlTATi: IXSUKAXCi: (OJIPAXr. John H LuiiimIcii. President, Josvph Nash, General Agent, otlice. Second National Bank Building, Collego street. " (JMITII. W. J. Vc7 W DruggisU and I ' CliGMHts, comer of Church and Vino sreets. jllir.I.OS, ii;. A CO., Auctioneers. No. O 27 Collego street. OTi:Vi:XS. S. II., Dealer in Wagon.Carts.Ac. OFranklin Pike, near crossing of Nashville A Chattanooga Railroad. oTK.vrrox. roiXTint a co., storage llMercliaiits and Cotton Factors, Nos. 9 mid 11 Broad street. (jAIrv.JIAX. T. 1'.. Art Gallery, corner of kilollego ami I mor. streets. rpiIKIIi:VII.I.i: A rill.ClIKK, Carpenters. L Contractors, Car Builders, and Door Manufac turers. Shop r t the Nashville A Chattanooga Rail road Depot. flUIOMl'.SON, It. II.. Hats. Caps.KurnUhiiig I Goods. Ac., 23 Cherry street, near Union. rn.wr.i. itttos Bonk Binders nnd Blank 1 Book Manufacturers. I'mou and American Block. rpi:xxr.vsi:i: livestock ixsi'kaxci: I t OMPAXV. Newsom. JIooroA Co., Agents, No. 40 West Side Public Square. 'iii;.Msi:i: axi ci'mheueaxo oil I AXI MIXIXiJ COMl'AXV. Office No. 2t I'niou street. rpEXXESSEi: MAKIXE AXI I lltE IX. I NI'ltAXCU COJIPAXY. Jos. Allen Prei dent. A. W. Butler. Secretary, No. 31 College st. I'XIOS AM) AMEItH'AX OI'KICE. in l ' the I nion nnd American Block, corner of Cherry nnd Church street. Counting-room in basement on Church street. WIIEI.USS. A. A Bankers, dealers in Go eminent Securities of every description: Collections made in all parts of the United States and Canada and Europe Union street, near Col lege T I XSTllll. J. 31.. Wholesalo' and Retail T Healer in BootsShne and Hats, Gent's Fur nishing Goods. Ac. No. 10 North College street Uf II ITEM AX ItltO III KltsTPaprT Wari house, and Dealers in Paper Stock, No. 59 Northeast corner Public Square. AyAI.KEIt. '.:.. vent for Whcercrk 1 1 Wilson's Celebrated Sewing .AInchincs, No. IT' j North Cherry street. OHH" 8TnTTO IIAUll Tun ' . Ill XIV inns. . rniXTKit. llkJ. I'. HoV. STRATT0H,P0IHTER&C0 COMMISSION MEKCHAXTS. Cotlon&ToI)accoFactor.s, AN'D DEALERS IN atOCEKIIi AX1 I'KOKI'CK. -N.nd 11 Brood ...Nashville, Tenn. Special attention fiven to onlers. Rc- fur to busineas men and citizens generally. Junol2-tf 1,000 WAGONS. T OFFER FOR SALE ON SPRI'CE STREET. I near the crowing of tho Nashville and Chat tanooga RailroaJ. and al ALLISONS A KIRK MAN S, Commissiun Merchants. No. 29 South Market alrceU Nashville, Tenaosscc, KOCU MIH.K Army Wacom complete, with double-trees, singlc-trces. end -gate, feed-box. and bowi at $103H5 roUK 311'IXArmr Warns.at 3S40 roi'K .11111.1: Lumber Wagons 40 ront Mri.V.Wood Wagons 4045 TWO HORSE Wagons, Complete iWJilOO TWO 1IOKSE Ambulances TOl0O OXi: HO RSI: Carts 3025 TOUR MIU.E Log Wagons G0SC3 PartleapurehastnEhavelhe privilege of making their own selections from tho Immense stock on hand. None but serviceable property offered. All Wagons warranted one year. 40,000 POUNDS CHAINS, assorted at 10c ALSO, Axes; Shovels, Spades. Picks, etc. etc ti. W. KTEVEXS. nel Ulra 3mw A I'1'I.E. HENRY A COM Wholesale Deal r crs in Boots, Shoes and Brogans, Ns. CO West Pearl between W alnut and Vine streets. BAKTI.KY A ItUKXETT, Attorneys at Law. 2U West Third street. 13 B ISIIOI It. 31. A CO.. Wholesale Grocers, 3i Main street. I'KXET IIOI'NE. Silas F. Miller. Proprie tor, corner intra anil vinostreets. f1LE.VKAY, W3I. A SOXK. Cjmmision j SIcrchants, for purchase of Cotton. Groceries, 1 Produce, Liquors, and host Brands Flour, N. E. comer of Second and Vine streets. DAVIS, J. 1'., Wholesale Dealer in Drugs Paints. Oils, Glass and Dye Stuffs, between Race and Vino streets. I700TE, XASU A CO.. Distillers of Cologne, . Spirits. Alcohols and Domestic Liquors and u incs, and dealers in genuino vt msKics, 17 and 19 Wad Columbia street. T7AIItUA.I.i, .MOILSE A CO., Manufac" JJ turers and Dealers in Fairbanks' Stnndanl Scales, Cotton Beams and Frames, Ac, No. 125 u alnut ttret. GI.EXX. WSI. A KOXS, Wholesale Grocers, 70 and 72 Vine, between Second and Pearl trseetj. H AX IIS A l'OKTEIt, Wholesale GrocAs and General Commission Menhants, No. 45 Vine, between Front and Columbia streets. HE3IIXGKAY, KKOTIIEKS A CO Manufacturers of Glass, Coal Oil Lampi, Fruit Jars, Chimneys and Lanterns, No. 20 East, Second street. LYTI.K, J. 1., Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Hats, Caps and Straw Goods, 23 West Fourth, between Main and Walnut streets. PEAHCE, TOI.I.i: A HOI.TOX, Imiorters and Jobbers of Foreign. Domestic, Staplo and Fancy Dry Goods, 1 : Southwest corner Pearl and Vine streets. 1)KU;iI A UUVKS, Importers ami Jobbers . in Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods and No tions, No. 13t Race street, between Third and Fourth, in Elsas' Block. " EAI, 3IOKCAX' A CO., Wholesale Dcal 1 crs in Boots and Shoes, No. 138 Ilace street, between Third and Fdurth. in Elsas Bloek. (JCIIWEU-MAXX, It.. Dealer in Cigars. Li VJ quors and Tobacco, No. 21 Public Landing, corner of Sycamoro street. SI'ENCEK IIOl .Si:,!,. A. Peatt. Proprietor, Johnson. Clerk, cor, of Front and Broadway. fPIXtil.E. J. I. A CO., Wholesale and Re I tail Dealers in Saddles, Harness, Trunks, Vu-li-es. Railroiui Bags, Ladies' Satchels, etc.. No. 11G West Fourth street. MUI03IAS A CO.. Commission and Forward 1. inc Merchants, Purchasers of Supplies, etc.. No. 49 Vine street. WYXXK, JOIIX A CO., Wholesale Dealers in Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods, No. 89 Pearl, between Vine and Race. YirASSOX, TAEIIUTT A I'ACI Cotton T I Factors, General Commission Merchants and Dealers in Groceries. No. 30 Vine street. WATSOX A IIEKU, Wholesale Clothiers, No. 130 Race street, between Thinl and Fourth, in KIsas' Block. ggouiisuiUc givectovy. -1AXXOX A IIYEKS. Wholesalo Dealers in vBnnncts, Ribbons, and Millinery Goods, l'Jl Main street, between 5th and (ith. North side. - 11IA3IIIEKN, UKXKY A CO., Wholesale j Druggists' Main street, between Cth and 7th, nearly opposite Louisville Hotel. DUVAI.E, KirrCIICM A CO., Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Carpets, Floor Oil Cloths, Rugs, Mats, Window Trimmings, Ae., 81 4th, between Market and Main streets. ELLIOTT, A CO., Wholesalo Grocers and Commission Merchants, and Cotton and Pro duce Storage, No. 21)1 Main street, between 7th and 8th. GAKOXEK A CO., Wholesale Grocers, 525 Main street. R. A. Shapard with this house. HOI! AX A nUTEIL, Wholesale and Retail Manufacturers of Wigs. Braids, Curls, and other kind of hairwork. Ac, 85 4th, between Main and Market streets. LOUISVILLE HOTEL, M. Kean A Co.. Proprietors, Main Strain, nearly centrally located for steamboats nnd all trains. PITH IX, WIAKI) A CO., Wholesale Dealers in Seeds. Agricultural Implements, Machin ery. Ac. VP Main street. Louisville. EOGEKS, A. CS. A SOX, Houso Furnishing Emporium, Refrigerators, Filters, Ac, 77 East oiue n sireei, near main. ROIIIXSOX. J. 31. A CO,, Wholesale Deal ers in Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods, No tions, etc., No. 185 West Main street, between Cth and 6th. SLKVIX, T. A It. 1. A CAIN, Importers nnd Wholesale Dealers in Foreign and Domes tic Dry Goods, No. 217 (old No. 000) Main street, nearly opposite Louisville Hotel. rpitll'I', LOUIS, Wholesalo and Retail Dealor X in 1'iano l ortcs, Organ. Mclodcons, Music, Ac. Nos. 92 nnd 91 Jefferson st. WILSOX, I'ETEK A CO., Wholesale Drug gists and Importers of Foreign Drugs and Chemicals, Paint', Oils, Window Glas. and Glass ware. Ac and l'ronrictors of Louisville Chemical Works, and sell the great Saponifier. Corner of .Main and dtli streets. TfTILDKIl, EI. A CO., Wholesale Druggists II and Dealers in Tobaccos, Cigars, Dyestufis, Perfumery and Glassware; North Sido of Main street, nearly opposite Louisville Hotel. DRY GOODS. SPRING STOCK, A AT R. T. KIRKPATRICK'S NO. 55 COLLEGE ST. CAN UK SEEN THE HANDSOMEST Staple and Fancy Dry (23 CE) GD QD S3 For the present season ever exhibited in this city, all bought within the hist three weeks, and what ever decline there may have been in the North we have got tho benefit of and will give to our cus tomers. We do not propojo any "baits "to our customers by way of offering Staplo GihJ at less than cost, with the hopt of making it up on other Goods, but simply to sell everything al ns small profits as the present high rates of rents, taxes.and expenses generally admit of. Our friends may rely upon getting the best Goods at the lowe.-t prices, and everything warranted us represented. i:icf;:iii( Dress Silks, Moire Antiques. Jren:uliues. C Organdies, Liuiim, Printed Tiincn Cambrics, TAv., TAc. Ladies in Mourning Will find full lines of every thing new and desira ble in that way. J. ACE ) ) 1) S, In great variety, in Real Point, Point Apilque, Valenciennes. etc4 Ladies' Silk Sacks, Lrtce Points, All new and handsome. Splendid stock of o o i s r o k it o y s w i: a k. HOSIERY, of all grades and site. O-l, IO-4, nnd 1 1 -4 Linen Sheetings. O-J. 10-4. andII-4. 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, 4-4, S-4, O-t Dolored nnd Whit Matting of the very best makes. airc 3m JAMES C. MALONE, NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE. Office 27 West tide Public Square, eoritcr of College and Deadcrick streets Ul'-STA IRS. Pan Office Box 183. ian21 1y jas. h'uvchhs. c. w. n. atrri.ES. p. a. tRWi.v. Formerly of Nevins. Keith A Co. M'LAUGHLIN, BUTLER & CO., (Succssors to F. A. Irwin A Co.) WIIOJiESAKE GROCERS AD Commission Merchants, DULSES IX ItKAXllIUS, WIXES AND LIQUORS. Corner of Market and Clark streets. KASItriLtS, TEX?, We pay thehichest market iiricei far Dried Fruit. Feathers. Beeswax. Ginseng, and; Caantry Produce Eentnlly. i2J-3m GLOTHINGr. J. A 1 BASE, No. 11 S. Side Public Square, OPPOSITE COURT' HOUSE. Xashrille Tennessee. "ITE HAVE NOW IN STOCK OVER FIVE Vt HUNLRED COATS, ffoin the finest Linen and Cloth to tho lowest priced cloth manufactured. i I'ninc CiiMlmorc SiiIIn, Itntlstc CiiHNimcrc .Suits, Omit D'Etc Niiiti,' ICllllsIl Evltllii, (nil coIors.)KllilM, Frciicli Silk Mlxeil Siiitw, (Cliiiiose Nrnrsiiroa Hulls. Crooli' CUpclt Suits, AVlillo I.I u en Ilurk SiiIIn. Itrotvu " " Siiltn, SjihiiIsIi NiiISm, ItI,A:if LlISTItE CO ITH, Aillx'rry -oIM t'lotli I'l-ock I'onlM, " " " Hack C'oiitM, Rliiek " t'.mlH. Onlillii " i'unts, (JKENADINE NILIC VKNTN. . WHITE MILK VESTN, WHITE MEItKEILLEN VESTS, SKi.i.irro.v CLOTH VESTS. These Goods are eminently worthy the attention of all buyers. We respectfully invite the atten tion of tho public to this very largo and superb STOCK OP CLOTHING, Whether they wish to buy or not. Wo will certainly take great pleasure in showing our goods. J. A. J. ROSE. No. 11 Soutli Side Public Square, opps3iteCourt House. ap25 2m NEW YORK CARDS. J. & J. C. COlSTtOY,. No. Ki I'n Uo ii Street, New York, IIAVK O.V HAND, ALL KINDS OP SEINES, . FYKES, EEL NETS, CASTING- NETS, NETTING OF ALL KINDS AND DIMEN SIONS. RY THE FATHOM. Orders taken to any extent and at moderate Prices. ap7 3m S. ilivscliliorii & Co,, Cigars and Leaf Tobacco XO. J40 J'EAHTj street, ion W ATE It KTKEET, Near Wall street. N e w o r lc. ap7 3m PJETTUS & CO., Merchant Tailors. 5:il BROADWAY, ap7 3m DfSClUlnOREUO., 170 Rroadwas', Xcw York, (FOUR DOORS BELOW BROOME STREET.) AKE NOW OPE.VI.V Goods bought by Mr. Davis Collamore during his recent visit to Europe. mx.M'.R axi ti:a .sirrs. i'iiam heii sirrs. PARIAN STATUE'ITES, I'INE HLASSWARK. The goods all coming in at a Low Premium on Gold, And arc ofierod AT I O IV PRICE S. P. S China Decorated; Olass engraved with crest or initial. npG 3m HERMANN B ATM Ell, Cl IVatcr Slrccl, N E IV Y O R K, SOLE AGENTS JN THE UNITED STATES AND CANADA FOR IE ST. aiAKCEAUX A CO. C BE AM IP A. AND IVPOUTEES OP BRANDIES, WINES, T0REI0N LIQUORS. AND HAVANA CIGARS. ap6 3m tccLiD wAiERnorsr. J. r. criN03. K. O. rKABL. WATERHOUSE, PEARL&CO., INTO. XO NEW STREET, NEW YORK. BUY AND SELL Coin, Exchango and South ern Bank Note?, and Securities of all kinds. MAKE COLLECTION'S and Purchano Sight and Time Drafts, on all acccsjible poinfc. HCY STOCKS AND OLD, Solely on Com mission, requiring ample margin n all case ALLOW FOUR PER CENT INTER INT on Dailr Balance?, ;snhject to Sight .Check. 3T TheeorTwponacaecor our SonlherVfriends i respectfully solicited, m&jl d6m CINCHSfNATI CARDS. "SPENCER HOUSE," CORNER OF FRONT AND BROADWAY. CINCINNATI, OHIO, L. A. PRATT, Proprietor. MR. S. JOHNSON. FOR TEN YEARS C0N- u .nc;5?1 Wltn 010 Rarnet House, is now with the Spencer flouse." and will be pleased to ieo his many old and valued friends throughout B. SCHWEGMANN, DEALER IN Cigars, Liquors and Tobacco, No. 21 Public Landing, Corner of Sycamore, CINCINNATI, 0. mnr23 dfim o o o - pq o EH EH 1 PR 13 o H 0 H M D H o O N P m 9 W Eh w Eh P H 0 7 ss w w H rt o o Ul n. W. WARS0N, Latcol uocliran, asson .VTalbutt. JESSK II. TALBUTT. Late of Paris, Ky., JESSE W. PAOK. Late of Nashville, Tenn. WASSON, TALBUTT & PAGE Successors to Cochran, Wasson & . Talbutt, COTTON FACTORS, Manufacturer's Agents for the sale of Ragging and f.opc. General Coiiimisiitoii ami Produce MERCHANTS, AndDcalcrs in Flour, Hemp, Grain, Seeds, Wool, Feathers, Pork, Bacon, Lard. Ac. Also. Exclusive agents for tho sale of J. II. Tal butt k Co.'s Celebrated Pure Copper Whiskeys frnm Pnria. itonrllfin Cnnntv. TvV.. In No. 30 VINE ST CINCINNATI. 6. RKFERENCES. .Tas. A. McAllister Sc Co., Nashville, Tcnncsseo Hugh McCrae A: Co.. Evans, Fite .t Co., Commercial Bank. Memphis, Tennessee. Taylor. McEwin, Dukd i Co.. Memphis, Tenn. mar30-d6m DR. L. L. COLEMAN AiONGST tltc many complimentary no tices given us by the press of this city, we know of none which we deem as coming with so much heartfelt sincerity, as the fol owing from the Nashville Daily Union : "At a period like the present, when our city is nillcd to overflowing with a transient popula tion, and diseases urevail to an extent hitherto undreamt of, it is proper that the moans of euro should bo ot realty access, and that those imme diately interested should have information which will lead them to avail themselves of competent medical advice. Men who have been educated in the best schools of the profession of medicine, and been successful in a practice of many years, aro mirnlv wnrthv of confidence: if thev have iriven their attention exclusively to one branch of the profession, and made themselves masters ot it, they have still more right ta expect support, more particularly if they have afforded pioof ol their ability to cure. To this latter class belongs DR. L. L. COLEMAN, who. in his specialty, has been a benefactor to the afflicted, and may ever be re lied on as a safe and sure phjsician." AVe respectfully inform o'ur friends that we may still be found at our office, reliev ing those afllicted with CHBOITIO A N I) Yenemal Diseases Also, all Female afflictions arising from functional derangements of the "WOMB and irregular Menstruation. All my preparations can be sent by Ex press to any portion of the country. L. L. COLEMAN, M.D. 64 North Cherry treet, Post Office Box 502. Nashville, Tenn. febl3-tf DOCTOR CAROW'S CHOLERA SPECIFIC. vrOW THAT WE ANTICIPATE CHOLERA JA in eur midst, it behooves us nil to secure, and keep on hand, some known nnd effectual remedy for any emergency, aud this we find in DOCTOR CAROW'S SPECIFIC, which ho prescribed nnd used with such miboundnd success, (scnrccly ever losing a case.) When this scourge visited Nash ville, some years past. Dr. Carow was one of our most eminent nnd successful physicians, and when lm old friends Ican this remedy can be had, thou sands who have tested Its virtues will not fail to havo it on hand. It is no Patent Medicine, but a compound from the Prescription of this distin jrui!ied Practitioner. There can likewise be no better remedy for cholera morbus, diarrhoea and dyseutary. or salo by R. P. JENKINS .t CO.. Druggists. 32 Market street, opposite Union. mayl" tf GARDOM & RICE, PLAIN AND DECORATIVE PLASTEEERS. ALL ORDERS LEFT AT BOX 2.". POST OFFICE, OR So. iV7 South Summer .St., WILL BE mOJIPTI.Y ATTENI)EI TO. mayS 3m GREAT INDUCEMENTS TO CAPITALISTS. T WILL OFFER FOR SALE. AT TUBLIC OUT L cry to the highest bidder, on Monday, tho 25th day of June next, in front of the premises, in the city of Culumbu', Mississippi, at U o'clock, a. v., that well ar ranged and substantially built house, known as THE GILMER HOTEL Building, with the premises thereto attached, containing over an acre of ground. Tho building Is on the corner of Main and St. John streets, four stories high, divided into over evenly rooms, large ana airy, the basement story suited and intended for stores. TERMS OF SALE Onft-balf cash, one and two years in equal installment for the balance, with interest thrrepn 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 of the Gil mer Hotel Company. 4 GREEN T. HILL. mayaVwR Secretary. AdiuiiiLstrutor'H Notice. riMIE INSOLVENCY OF THE ESTATE OF X Mary A. Martin, deceased, having been sug gested to the Clerk of the Smith County Court at Carthage, Tennessee; all those havinr claims againtt said estate are hereby notified to file their rlalmt'with the laid Clerk by the Srst Monday In October next, forpro rnm distribution. D. II. SUITE. Administrator CINCINNATI CARDS. BtCHASD HANKS. WM.J. P0ETES. IIAXKS & PORTER, WHOLESALE GROCERS AND GENERAL Commission Merchants, NO. -13 VINE STREET, West Side, Between Front and Ctdumbia, CINCINNATI, OHIO. mar30 dotn BUKXET HOUSE, C'OKNEU THIItl) AND VINE STKEETS, Cincinnati, Ohio, SILAS IP. MILLEE, Proprietor. HMIE BURNET HOUSE IS TWO SQUARES JL from the U. S. Mail and Peoples' Line of Steam ers Landing, and very near the J. C. lc C. II. Jc D. R. R. A- A. i G. W. R R. Depots. Omnibuses Icavo the House for all trains Eat), West, North and South. marii il3m FAIRBANKS STANDARD SCALE OF ALL KINDS, Cotton Beams and Frames, Cotton.Hay and Rag Presses, Warehouse Trucks, Baggage Barrows, COPYING PRESSES, &c. FAIEBAXKS, MORSE & CO. 125 Walnut street, CINCINNATI apt lr ELSAS BLOCK. a. a. i' niT.it, JAS. T.OWKS. General Partners. JOS. r. ncmiART, 8. imU'KRSOCK, Special Partners. 1RUCJII A LOWES. Importers and Jobbers of Foreign and Domestic DRY GOODS, White Goods and Notions, no. 131 kack STitinrr. Between Third and Fourth Sts., Elsas New Block, CINCINNATI, OHIO. niar30-dGm JOH.V v. WATSON. JOS. L. ItERC. WATSON & BERG, WHOLESALE CLOTHIERS, No. 136 Race Street, Cincinnati, 0. Vr W. HINKLE. FORMERLY OF NASI1- . ville and Louisville, is with tho above house, and will be pleased to sec and wait on his friends and acquaintances. mar30-d6m II. E. READ. MORGAN. REAP & CO., Kvnnville. READ, MORGAN & CO., WHOLESALE DEALERS IN BOOTS AM) SHOES, 138 Race St., bet. 3d& 4th, CINCINNATI, OHIO. mar30-dCm T. A. THOMAS, K. E. V. THOMAS, R. P. ll'CACLEY. Lair of Clnrhi ville, Tenn, Louinille, Kv. Atlanta. Ga. THOMAS & CO. C O M M I'S S I O X AND FORWARDING MERCHANTS, AO. V.l VINE STRT2ET, CINCINNATI, OHIO, AND Vo. 1 If amnion's ISiiildiiig, Corner Sixth nnd Main street', LOUISVILLE, KKNTUCICY Conx'ujnmcnlx of Cotton, Tolxicco anil other Produee Solicited. W" We make tho Purchasing of all artklesof Merchandise a speciality. ' RKKSR IX NASHVILLE. TK:!N.,TO Thompson Anderson, Berry & Demorille, A. Hamilton, Huffh McCrea, (J. W. Fall Jc Bros. Macsy, Driver A Brown, maris lw3m SOUTHEEN MUSIC STORE. JAMES A. McCLTJRE, .s.t union stui:i:t. Music Publisher, And sole Agent for tho sab; of the celebrated STEIN WAY PIANO, Also, Agent for A. II. Rale k Co.'s Calenberg, and Vaupcl, and other first class Pianos. Sheet Mimic, Music Books, And Music Merchandise generally: Together with Organs, Ifariuoiiiiiiim, and 3f clorieoiiH, Can be purchased at Manufacturers' Prices. Cutalogue of Prices famished upon application Music mailed free of Postage. mayl Jm FRANK MOORE & CO., MANUFACTURERS And Dealers In Stoves, Grates, and Holloware. ivebt prscamio or Plain. Japanned and Priced Tinware: House Furnishing Goods. And all Vinds of Woodrare. No. 30 North Market Street, (Next ihor to Tom. Well's old Drugstore.) NnstivlIIr, Tcnn. GCTTERINO. ROOFING, AND REPAIRING, DONE TO ORDER, apZl 3m TO POMTICIAiVS. -TT. HAVE A LARG ENUMBEB. OF LtoraLJ -V tiv UKl0)AitnAvKJCAK8, bound in Rook form, containing tho full reports of the ; proceed ings and speeches for sessions of 1&9 and '60. Apply at this office. n - LOUISVILLE CARDS. LOUISVILLE HOTEL, rR OFRIETORS, Louisville, Kentucky. S5" This House has letn refurnished throughout. iuar30-Gru. c o PQ o tf M tf Hi to O W o a CD ta O CO rCl S O ft to .2 5 a "ac O a 1-5 a s The Oldest Stand in the West ! D. P. HOGAN & A. DUTEIL, Wholesale and Retail Manufacturers of Wigs, Scalps, Braid.i and Curls, and all other kinds of Hair Work, And Importers of Fancy Goods, Perfumery, .lc, S." Fourth st. between Main and Market, LOUISVILLE, KY. Manncrof talvingMcasiireof a Wigbyany persnc: 1. Round the head In 1.1) linen f 2. From Ear to Ear 0 0 3. Temple to Tcmnle II 0 4. From Forehead to Napo 0 0 5. From Temple to Temple !) 0 marao d6m P IAN OS. " LOUIS T R 1 1" 1 (Late Tripp .t Cragg.) Wholesale and Retail Dealer IX THK EKST PIANO FORTES Mason Sc Hamlins' Cabinet Organs: Geo. A. Prince t Co.'s Automatic Organs. and Melodconsj Sheet Music: Instruction Rooks: best Italian Strings; and all kinds of Musical Merchandise. Catalogues of Pianos, Cabinet Organs, etc.. sent on application. Nos. 92 mill 91 JcITcrsoii Strool, LOUISVILLE. KY. marSI dtri-w&w 3Jm T.H.ELLIOTT, S. B. HK-VDEItSOS, Christiain co., Ky East Tcnn. j.s. klliott, Motgomco- co., Tcnn. ELLIOTT & CO., AVHOLESALE GROCERS AND " COMMISSIOV MERCHANTS, (Old Stand of D. Morris.) XO. SOI Main S(rcet. RETWEEN SEVENTH AND EIGHTH. Louisville, Kentucky. 85" Liberal advances made on all Consignments to our care. We will fill orders for funn or family supplies. marg) wIT ED. W55EE & CO., WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS. ieaij:us in TOBACCOS AND CIGARS, DYE-STUFFS, QP CE If P CO. 33DD. CS 27 ANI GLASSWARE. yr' "AVK ir.r..novr.iT iiut xi:w And Spacious Warehouse, Marble Front, Xorilt Side ol" Ulniii KlrccI, NEARLY OPPOSITE LOUISVILLE HOTEL, O.VK CIIOR BKLOW THE C0BX2U OP SIXTH, AV'hcre we have opened an entirely new stock of (nods, ami will offer to tliotraJe, together with DKUGS AND MEDICINES, A varied assortment of Druggists' Fancy Goods. Ilquors, Clyars, and Tobacco, Comprising the most complete assortment in one house in this country. All of which we shall offer at manufacturers', and less than manu facturers' prices. marol dly K.A. GARDNER. C. II. OARDNXR. GAKMER & CO, WHOLESALE GROCERS, 52. 3L1IX KTKEET, LOUISVILLE. KY. R. A. Shanard, lato of Shclbyvillc. Tennessee, iswith this firm and will take pleasure in waiting on hi old friends. mar3(Hm. TIIOS. K. WILSON". ARTHUR PETHR. W. II. DILLINGHAM. ITAIJTiISIIEI IX 1S17. WILSON, PETER & CO., (Succocors to WiUun, Starbird k, Smith.) WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS AND IMPORTBRS OF ForeignDrugsand Chemicals, And Dealers in Paints. Oils, Window (Raw awl Glass Ware, Tobacco. Snulf, Perfumery, etc. CORNER OF MAINANIt FIFTH STREETS. Proprietors of tho LouisvilloChcmieal Work, LOUISVILLE. KY. MAItE YOUR OWN SOAP BY SAVINO AND USING YOUR BUY ONE BOX OF THE PENNSYLVANIA Salt Manufacturing Company's Saponifier, or Concentrated Lye. It will make ten pounds oi excellent hard Soap, or 25 gallons of the very best Soft Soap, for about cents. Directions on each box. For salo at all Drug and Grocery Stores, and in lots at wholesale by WILSON. PETER & CO., Louisville, Ky. marSft d3in JOBS 'WTXNI, A. V. 8ACKET. TU01IA8 WILLIAUS. a. xr. rcoa. JOICV IV'YXXE &CO., (Successors to Wynne. Jones i Co..) WBOLESALK Dr.ALSR3 IX Foreign and Domestic No. 89 Par! street, between Vine and Race, " CINCINXATr, O. marCS UCm :wm:i:i.i:n t tviiiON.s PREMIUM LOCK-STITCII FAMILY SEWING MACHINES. SO. 57 COUME STREKT, OrerVm. Berry Jt Co.' Dry Goods House. DAN'L AINSWORTJI, General Snithera Agent, an&-tf LOUISVILLE CARDS. ICODERS' HoiiSGFuraisliiiagEmporiiuii A. G. ROGERS & SON., 77 East Sido 4th St., nearMain Louisville. Ky. Ameiriean Patent Ico Chests and Refrigerators. Also, common Ico Che jU and Laser Beer Coolers; Water Filters and Coolers; Ico Cream Freexers: Torrey's celebrated Tbreo Minute Frceier. all sites, from one quart to twenty nunrU. Also, a general assortment of housekeeper s articles to all of which your attention is respectfully called at Rogers' House Furnishing Emporium, 77 East Side 4th St.. near Main. Louijvillc, Ky. raarSO 3m Claudius nnvAU. CtUS. KETCHVJI. A. A. QCABMKK. DUVALL, KETCHUM & CO., Wholesalo and Retail Dealers in Carpeting, Eoor Oil Cloths, Rugs, Mats, Fine Curtain Materials and Trim mings; Uiadow Shade and Fixtures: House and . Steamboat Furnishing Goods, HI Fourth t.. Iet. .Mnrlict mill Jlnln. LOUISVILLE. KY. The stock comprising in part of Royal civet Carpets, English Brussels Carpets, English Tapestry Carpet". American Tapestry Garrets, . . n . Brussels Stair Carpets. Three-Pi CarrcLs. Two-Ply Carpets, AH Wool Ingrain Carpets. ti ti ic. .Hotnn tnd Cottage Carpets. Hall and Stair Venitian Carpets and Stair Rods. All widths Floor Oil Cloths cut to suit tho shape of halls and rooms. Having an entire new stock, wo offer every in ducement to purchasers in tho style, quality ami prico of our goods. Wo ask an examination of our varied assortment, which we offer at tho low est prices. Carpets warranted as represented. To dealers w offer unusual inducements in pri ces of all grades Carpeting, Oil-Claths. Ac. We arc prepared to have Carpets and Curtains iniule 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. mar3I 3m BUILDING aUTERIAL. Notice to Persons Building. IN VIEW OF THE FACT THAT THERE IS J no ONE PLACE in tho city where one cm bo supplied with material requisite for ltUII.ttlNU PURPOSES. wo have established a depot at JVo. 0 CoUerc Street, whera wo will keep constantly on hand a largo stock of LDLE, HYDRAULIC CEMENT, PLASTER TARIS, LAND PLASTER, LATHES AND HAIR, 3D NAILS, "WHITEWASH BRUSHES, FIRE BRICK AND CLAY, etc. l'nrmcn ulslilug- IjmiiI Piaster Tor fertilizing thoSoll, rem tic ritriilvlieti nt Inn- rat oh nt this OI'I'iCE. ircntir &; co. mh25-3ra HAGS! EAGS! RAGS! WHITEMAN BROTHERS, PAPER WAREHOUSE, ILL PAY VB CENTS FOR CLEAN 1 1 Cotton RAGS, in quantities of 100 pounds or more. Tho highest price paid (or old Bagging. Woolen Rags. etc. WHITEMAN ll RUS., febS-tf No. 59 N. E.Cor. Public Square. ARTIFICIAL LEGS. DR. DOUGLAS JULY'S PATENT ANATOMICAL II A 1. 1. AN StlCKKr JOIN T r. I ARTIFICIAL LEG. Manufactory and Officer In the Cihj lMi;Xorlh End of Market Bwtdmij Public Srpuire, NASHVII.I.E, TENNESSEE. 'PHIS LEO has an advantage possessed by no J. other Artificial Leg. havihgal'orunril mill Stile ."tliitlou. tho same ns tho natural foot. The Springs aro Rubber, and consequently thcro Is no rattling as in other legs. Tho undersigned has purchased the right to manufacture this Leg fur a term of years, and respectfully refers tbo public to any of his patients in Nashville or vieinity wear ing his make. Ho is an experienced nnd practical workman in the arthiuisclf.nndgive his personal attention to every eve. Henlsoemploygnonebut tho most compvtcnthands. Perfect Sntisriirtloii (aiinmritecit in nil CnHos, nnd reference by name given when ever required. Address Box 970, Nashville. JAMES W. MORTON, marSO 3m ManufactHrer- CONDEIL'S Artificial Arms and Legs, 'PHE LATTSR HAVE BALL AND SOCKET L JOINT, giving the foot the forward and side motion: these limbs are light and durable. Also, an assortment of superior ARTIFICIAL HUMAN EYES the latter inserted without pain by DR. HUIlItlM. Office on tho Square, next to the corncrof Cedar str ct. Office Hours. 9 to 12 and 2J4 to 6. npr17-3in Ayer's Cathartic Pills A RE THE MOST PERFECT J. Purgative which ws aro mkj& . abletoproduueor which wo think n nsx has ever yet been mauc by any OHf body. Their effects have abund . M jft antly shown to tho community how much t:iey excel the onllna V ry molicineH In use. They ant safe and pleasant to take. hut powerful to cure. Their penetrating propcrtfec stimulate the vital activities of the body, remove the obstructions of its organs, purify tho blood, and expel dinease. They purge out the foul humon whieh breed and crow distemper, stimulate sluggish or disordered organs into their natural action, and impart a healthy tone with strength to the whole system. Not only do they cure the every-day complaint' of everybody, but also formidable and dangerous disposes. While tbey product! powerful effects, they aro at tho same time, in diminished dosev, the safest and best physic that ean bo employ 1 for children. Being sugar-coated, they are pleas ant to take; and, being purely vegetable, are free from any risk of harm. Cures havo been made which surpass belief, were tbey not substantiated hymen of such exalted position ami character, as to forbid the suspicion of untruth. Many emi nent clergytnent and physieians have lent their names to certify to tho public the reliability of our remedies, while others havo sent us the assurance of their conviction that, our Preparation contri bute immensely to the relief of our alllieted. suf fering fellow-men. The Agent below named Is pleased to furnish gratis our American Almanac, containing direc tions for the nte and certificates of their cures, of the following complaints: Costivencss, Bilious Complaints, Rheumatism. Dropsy. Heartburn, Headache arising from foul Stomach, Nausea. Indigestiun,Morbid Inaction of the Bowels and Pain arising therefrom, Flatulency, Loss of Appetite, all Diseases which require an cvacuant medicine. They also, by purifying the blood and stimulating the system, cure many com plaints which it would not be supposed they could reach, such as Deafncrs, Partial Blindness. Neu ralgia and Nervous Irritability, Derangements of the Liver and Kidneys, Gout, and other kindred comnlaints arising from a low state of the body, or obstruction of Its function. Do not be put off by unprincipled dealers with other preparation which they make more profit on. Demand Ayeb's and take no others. Tb siek want the best aid there is for then:, and they should have it. Prepared by J. C AYEB fc CO., Lowell, Massachusetts, and sold by Druggists and dealers ?very where at wholesale and retail; in Nashvil?j by BERRY. 17EM0VILLE & WHARTON. Junel-j 4 j TV. CLEXtAT. r.a. CLEXtAT. Qf.O. 8. WEIDLXt, C r. CLE EAT, WM. CLENEAT & SONS, COMMISSION MERCHANTS, For the purchase and tale of Cotton, Tobacco, Flour. Grain. Pork. Bacon, Lard, Hemp. Whliky.Grais Seeds, and all kinds of Pro duee, and Dealers in pure Bourbon Whisky. N. E. Gtrntr c Seanvl and Vint Slrtttt. Clnclunntl, Ohio. AgenU for "Sunny Bide." "Broad Ouae." "Legal Tender," "Home Comfort," " Anderson's Choice." and MagnolUMilbi XXXFaxailr Flours. Mf Liberal Advances made on ConfiromenU. mor27 UJkwfim. GROCERIES, LIQUORS &c B. B. CUKATUAlf. c r. woora. BMEITIM WIIOI.ESAUE GKOCEKS. RKALKHfe If! FINE K1LANDIES, WINES. DOMESTIC LIQUOES, TOBACCO, CIGABU, etc., olc. Cor. College anil Church Sim. XASIIYILT.K, TVXX. KEEP CONSTANTLY ON 1I.VN1I .NI FOR SALE 100 bap choice Rio CofFee. 125 bill Crtwhetl, I'owdered awl (iranti Iatetl Sugar. 1-10 bbls Codec Sugar. 50 " jrackerel, No. 1 and i 25 " " No. 3. 150 kits " No. 1,2 amis. 200 boxes Star Candles. 125 " Soap (afwortotl.) 5 Tierces frwh Itico. 25 bbl Cider Vinegar. 650 " Kxtra Faniilr Flour, S'lirln;- fiehl and Tort Koyal .Milfc. 100 WiIh, I hhk and kyi country I jrd. 5 tierces Dried Beef. 50 Ulil.-i N. O. Molx'wes and Syntjw. 50 libl.i Sorghum Meln-e. 10,000 bushel Cotton Seed. Together with an assortment of FRESH CANNED FRUITS, SUCH A3 S(rawlerr3', Peaches, Tomatoes, IMekles. SarilineH. Oj'sler.M; IJrniuly Peaches, nnd Cherrievi. IVoreesl ersli i re anil Ieppcr Nauee. Spices, Pepper, ee., e(e. LIQUOBS. AU0.1S9T THICK ARE C Pipes Fine Brandy, IIcnneier, Otard, Dupoy & Co., rintoCostillon; vintage, l10'SU)aiHr.''7 United Vineyardtl'roprietonclSfit), 1 rvochelle, 3 Puncheons) lt Irkhand Setitch Whiskr. 2 I ri Cfl Jamaica Kuni, . 0 J Pipes N.E. 05 casks Sherry and Pert Wine, all grades, 8 casks pure Malgn "Wine, t 4 Pijies pure Ilofiand OIn, 75 boxes St. .Marooaux Chamtiagne, 30 " Cabinet 6.5 " ireld.ick " 125 boxed Claret, very fine. WH I S K Y. 10 bbls "Old Crow," 1355, warranted mi lerIor to any ever offered iu NolivilIe. 1S5 bblK pure IlotMrtMii County, old ami liiw, ISO Bourbon, all grades, 23 " Apple Brandy, pure, 3 " Peach Brandy, pure. Aniset, Curacoa, ulbsynthc, Marnschino, Watnpoo J)rakcs, l'lantation and Rogers' JUltrrs and London Club. 5.000 Genuine Imported llarana Ctrs. llo,00( Baltimore, all irrailese Tocrcthcr with n ReMral Mwrtuaent of Stut and Fancy Greeeries. It. II. CIIIIATirA.II a :o. janlf. 47. 47. N . B. PSAECE, (OF AKUAXS.IS.) AND COMMISSMX MERGHAXT, COTTON & TOBACCO FACTOK 47 South Market Street, Naslivlle, Tenn. ClONSIO.VMBNTB OF' C0TTO.V, TOBACCO. l'ork. lineon. Lard. Klw, Whhky. atxl othr jlarketable Produce and iterlrarHllc. fhVitil. Liberal ailvante made ih euiuHirntaefltf, and willendenver to hwu niJH'K SAI.IIS A.M I'KO.MITKin i:it.S Particular attention given to the StHwcf I'Unt cr orders for plantation mppHef. A larce and nll-ltl tujiplr f Groceries and Liquors Kept eoMtanthr on burxl. Ut be fl at tJw lowivt market urtee, tor eatb. janit-tf X. IU VEAiivr TAVEL EBOS., SnrccHor4 lol'nnl I'.Tiivcl. JiOOK BINDERS, it ii i, i: n s , A IB V Blank Book ill nnfactiircrs-, r0ULD recpMtfuHy anooJtxe to the ixibiK. V I andenpeeially to the eteeen f Cuvmicf. Court. lUilread, Bank, InMirauee Oeiupame-, Ac. thai they are preiwreil tu make, on tHt n tiee. and of the beat SKUernh. all kimlt ef SLInTKI BOOKS! Of any tiie or thape, Haled to anr patlem direil Wo keep eonitantly on band a loree Artt ol BLANK. 1'AVKIU of the Wrt nwke. awl r daily imrreasint oor facilitiet for doing work. In I-nrce or Smnll IliinntUlew. HaTinr t, leer experience In maktet Keokt f.ir different Court In the Slate, wo Ww l-r many ofthe DoekeU and other Bik cenerally We are is prepared to Wwl all klndj of BOOUN, J1AOAZIXI-S, MUSIC, .tc. In the best ityles. and on short notice. (Union & American Block,) Chcrn Street, Tip St nirs. JTAIIVIIXE, TEX.V mr24 3m FOB Oil IJEA SE, IOUTt DBSIKABR STORE H008BS. Ko. ' it. 4l5.flBanik.inlt;IarwBrUi.Dael tlnr, corner Square snil Celles o street. Also, far rent. Or. J. Al. Watten'idesirahla resi dence, with LI aerer. corner Of Spruce and Jck son itreeU i JJt ouwdn ef toe corporation. Ap ply to J. L. k It- W. BROWN. Real Katato AxcnU.'JSH Union st. janel3 3t