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THE CITY. ARRIVAL AXB BErARTTJKE Ol' THE TRAINS. Lovinill and JVa.lcJWe Railroad. Leave. Nashville at - gg $ $ Arrive: at Louisville- 5 Leaves Louis rill e at.. 7K A M 7:00 J M 1:50 P M K58 AM Arrives at Nashville 4 Oallali Accommodation. Leaves Gallatin-. OAS A M . 9:00 A M . AM V 11 6i40 F M A. cave uuuii--- Arrive at Aasbvillc Leaves Nsbvill,- Arrives at Gallatin. KaAtitt and Chattanooga Railroad. Leave tfasbvitJc at 7:40 A M Arrives nt Chattanooga KB V M Leaver ChUr.oorft.- - fkh A M Arrives at Nashville 4:05 P M Leaves Niuhville 630 PM Arrive ns Chattanooga 3:40 A M Leaves Chattanooga . 8.25 I M Arrives at Nashville fcOO A 31 Airf iik Dcntur llailrnad. Huntsville and iarkinsville Mail-Daily, except Sundays Leaves Juiuuvillo - Arrive at Decatur Sh50 A M 6:05 V M 6:2) A M 00 P M evcs Decatur. Arrirci at Nashville. Huntsville. Memphis, Mobile, and New Orleans fcxprees Leaves MaaUville. Arrives at Decatur Leaves Decatur-- 4:40 A M 80 1' M 4j A M Arrives at Nasnville- Leaves Colnmbia . A W Arrives at Nashville 10:00 A M Leaves Nashville-- J Arrives at Columbia-- .-.-.- 8:10 I M XntliviHe and A'vrthieeitern Jlailmad Lve Nashville . 4.20 P M rriveat JohnNnville- fcS P M Leave Johnsonvllle- . 1:40 A M Arrive at Nashville W'J A M MalciiiKi'lwxmnneetion with steamers for l'a-du-ali, Cairo and SU Louis. liUtfiM and Krnluchv I'ailninL Nashville and Clarkivllle Line. . iv Nit-hville. 2:40 P M Arrive at Nashville. ..10-J0 A M laves CUrksvillo W A M r vet at ClftrksvHlc- 7:00 P At MERRITT & HILL, UKAI.r.RI its WALL PAPERS, WINDOW SHADES, lutl I'll of off raff hi c Goods, 17 C1II1IICII street, ' inffite ifiinerll Hontr, .yt-3ia Ji'nwlivUlo, Teim. John XV. Faxon, at the Northern Dank of T-uncwee. at Clarksville, Is the authorised agent of the Union and Aincriean, and is fully empow ered to transact nnr business relating to ourofiicc ;. I Iln.Wfltc,i:).,ii our authorised went nt rihelbj-vllle. and will transact nnr business lelaltng to our office. Tlininna XV. Jone is the duly authorized Kent to receive and receipt for subscriptions to hi paper. In the eounty of Giles. LoiiIn.W. William is the duly authorised .;cent for the Uxios axd Amkkioan In the county ol Dyer, Mr. Jninrw Cniujihell, of Franklin, is the authorized agent .for tho Uxiox ask Avkbicax, in Williamson count;. Our daily paper is always for rale at Mr. Campbell's news stand. Cujtlitlii XV. R. ArmtrotiK of Gallatin, is our authoriied agent to receive subscriptions for the Uxiox axd AucBtCAxin Sumner county. XV. FHKKHAX A CO., DEALER IX WALL PAPER, IxiUInc: OIuhich, IMcturc I'rnino, WINDOW SHADES, Insido Venitian Blinds, &c, SH I'tinuc SQUARE, CORKER OF DEADKRI0K STREET Nii-tlirlllo. Tcnn. june! Sm Impohant Chanceiiy Suit. A suit ia now pending before tliift court tliat in aaid to In unprccclcntcl in tliejliistory of tlic courts of tho countrj'. The folloving aro tbe facts connected with the unit: On May the 27th and August tho 7th, J;;o. McMcitiiY made two conveyances, by which he gave one hundred ncroa of valuable land to Wm. C. McMunnv, of this city. The latter, the on of a half brother, the heir of the whole blood, attacks these instrument and pecks to net them aflidc on the ground of lunacy of Jno. McMunnv, the deceased. The papers ncro drawn up by Jno. A. McEvi:v, I5sj.( Fcvcral years ago, who never doubted the aanlty of tho deceased. Hon. K. II. JJaot, and Jno. Ham, lisq., arc counsel for the complainant. Hon. Jor dan Stokiw, MiniAM. Vaughn and Abram DnMoss, Uq for tho defense. IHkkoiu: KsQi-inu Mattiikws. A youth uy tneiiamcoi Jiiniti.iNacit, who lives in (.iurmanlown, was before Esquire Mat thew, yeslcrday, charged with beating a negro boy. On examination, it was proven that the negro was discovered in the horse-lot of the father of young HriDLiNaER, attempting to halter a mule. The old gentleman Rent his Ron, the accused, to dnvo him out of tho lot, who, in attempting to do bo, met with resist ance from the negro. This aroused the young German's blood, who flogged him gently and put hira into the street. The dis comfeited little thief returned to his parents, with the story that young IlniPLte'omi had met him on the street and beat him. Hence the nrrwt. Jkslh parties were taxed equally with the cost. Ckimikai. Court. Tho hearing yf the rootion for a new trial in tho case of Lyman and Uia'KN, charged with the murder of Bvno.v, u postponed yesterday. The motion in the case of Morris Mo han, charged with larceny, was taken up and overruled. Pctiir IHuoitn, cliargeil with larceny, was sentenced to the penitentiary for three yea,r. Jii). Hadlhy, colored, for the same of fense, was sentenced to the penitentiary for five yearn. Wiijsos Jordan and Mankox Goodman, barged with larceny, had their trials post poned, the former until Monday, tho latter until August. Khcordiir's Court. M. W jsturooks was before this court yesterday, charged with keeping a gaming howe fined ?9. Jno. Kavibr, charged with lewdness discharged. Onan6thorea.se, fined $9. Four caoa of drunkenness fined ?32. One case of drunk and disorderly-fined S9. Two cases of carelcw and fast driving fined S1G. One case of gamin Ried $4. For creating a nuisance on the streets one fine of $5. ' For obstructing aide-walk and sleeping on the street two fines of $14. Thief Awubtkd. A man by tho name of W. H. Parsons was arrested yesterday morning on Cherry street and lodged in the workhouse. Two bolts of jeans and several other valuable articles of clothing were found in his possession. His hrvther was also taken into custody. He is supposed to Ihj an accomplice of Mel Zacuahy, who is charged with Stealing $3,000 from his aunt, Mrs, ZAOHAitYjOf this city, sorno days sine. There are other facts connected with the ar rest of Pajmoxs that we are not permitted to make public at present. To ii k Tiu Ed To-daw Gix)kg.k Thomas, who was arrested on Thurrday, charged with an attempt to murder Ida ICniMAJf, was re committed to jail yesterday morning because of the absence of sorc witnesses. Ho will be tried to-day at 10 a. m., before Esquire MATTHEWf- One to Ten Yiun-,' Cukdit. Don't fair to attend Messrs. J.I.&3l..W. Bnowtfa sale of.loUiliis day, 8lh lint, a 11 o'clock, on Granny White pike. O-nnibnscs and collation free. A Tistx to -Tire Titexttaiiy. Ac ccompanied by the dircdors of thia prison, Messrs. Sam. E. Haiie, A. B. Siianklasd, and Judge Mnviv we paid it a. visit yester day. Wo found that every department liad un dergone a thorough overhauling, white washing and cleaning up, under the direc tion of Col.IIuu, the gentlemanly Warden in charge. The celU have all been white washed and well furnished with neat bed ding. Where but a few months since the rooms and premisw were nauseating to their inmates, there is now perfect cleanness. There are two hundred and fifty-five con victs in the prison, who are separated into shops, as follows: Cooper and Cabinet, Blacksmith and Carriage, Harness and Tailor, and Stone. The cooper and cabinet shop, under the superintendence of Mr. T. J. Keeton, con tains some forty convict mostly whites. They arc engaged in making buckeU, cans, chests, &a, which are sold as fast as they are ready for market. We noticed some el egant cans that had bc:n built for the Mem phis and Charleston railroad. After the vessel is built it is carried to au adjoining room where it is varnished or pafnted. From there it is taken to the sale room, subject to order or transferment to market. Old fur niture is repaired by the same workmen. The blacksmith and buggie shop is under the direction of Mr. Jamis Beed, and con tains twenty-four convicts. Some few bug gies arc put up here, but the work consists mostly in repairing. The tailor, harness, boot and shoe shop works some twenty-two hands, mostly whites. This department is used almost exclusively for the purpose of repairing. The clothing worn by the inmates of the prison is made up here. Harness sufficient for the equip ment of the tennis connected with the pri son, is also made in the same shop. An ex- cess of two dozen pairs of shoos and boots, beyond that used by the convicts, is made weekly. Mr. LEFriNQWEU. has charge of this shop. The stone shop contains twenty-sir hands, under the direct superintflncance of Mr. Pjieus. This shop, including two large rock quarries, is under the general superin tendancc of Mr. Siielton. The quarries furnish the rock used in the shop. After being dressed and shaped it is sold for build ing purpose. Some five hundred feet arc furnished for this purpose weekly, "to build ers in the city. The culinary department denotes much taste and judgment. The dining hall is large enough to scat five hundred persons, A tin plate, cup, knife and fork, make up the convict's table ware. A bountiful sup ply of food, in tho way of vegetables, meats," etc.. is furnished three times per day. The neatness of this department is equal to that of any of our hotels. Every room is well ventilated. The hospital contains but eight patients. These aro well cared for have the best of medical attention. The neatness and cleanliness of the prison reflects much credit upon the directors, and especially Col. Hull, the Warden. The great reform that has been brought about in the prison within the past two months is attributablo to him. In no department could wo sec tho least filth of any character. Such cells and rooms as were not occupied were as neat as those in daily use. It is the pur pose of the directors, to extend the- wall of tho prison to Cherry street, a distance of some four hundred feet, which will require near twelve hundred feet of wall to enclose the ground intended for tho prison. The enclosure is to consist of ten acres, extend ing from Church to Cherry street with Car rol on tho cast. Preparations are being made to lay the foundation of the wall. A large sewer is to be constructed at the ex treme northern portion of the ground, into which the smaller sewers of the prison are to empty. The creek that runs through the grounds will pass directly under this sewer, carrying all its filth into tho river. Tho wall will enclose one of the finest rock quarries about the city. A large number of negro convicts are engaged in getting out rock in this quarry for buildingc purjoses. With the present management of the prison it ought to yield a handsome divi dend to the State. That it sliould be an ex pense is an absurdity. OOMJICNICATED. Wn noticed yesterday morning, in our re port ot the proceedings of the regular meet ing of the Board of Aldermen, that Mr. Sloan had introduced a bill providing for tho enlargement of the Market House. If tho present system of marketing is to be continued on the ground where the house how stands, which is a questionable policy, we must regard the bill passed by the Board as a step in the ri&ht direction, as our citi zens have long felt the need of improvements in that department. Tho old building is evidently too small for tho convenience of those selling as well as those buying, and it is certainly not in keeping with the laudable spirit of improvement manifest in other re spects throughout our growing city. We are pleased to sec the contemplated improve ments embraced in Alderman Sloan's bill; it will he not only ornamental to our city, advantageous to our citizens, but also prove a great source of revenue to the city treasu ry. It is highly important that this bill, if passed, bo perfected at an early day, as it provides for tho whole work to be finished by October next. Therefore it is to be hoped that the Common Council at its meeting to day, will act promptly, giving as little delay as possible to this important public work. Maiucetek. Old THEATnE. Wo prcccivo by the ad vertisement, that tho prince of managers, Mr. A. J. Flynn, has entered into arrange ments for a limited number of nights, with tho popular English Opera Troupe, stylet! "The Holmans." We speak from oar own knowledge, that they are decidedly tho best operatic company in America; and the prima donna, Miss Sallie Holman, will bear comparison with the celebrated Louisa Pyne, of the Pvne and HAltnisoN Troupe." They open on Monday evening with the "Bohemian Girl," one ofllALVE's finest com positions, aud wo shall bo exceedingly disap pointed if the house is not filled from par quelle to dome. Tho box office will be opened on Saturday morning at 9 o'clock, when scats can be se cured for three davs in advance An Unorwekcl Libertine. A man answering to the namo of Squire Hunter was in limbo yesterday, on the charge of cruel treatment to a negro woman. It seems that sometime since this "free lover" rented a houc on Swing's oicnuo and placed in it a negro woman with whom it is alleged he had been on too intimate terms. A few days afterwards he was refused admittance into the house by the woan. He subsequently succeeded in gaining admission, when he beat her most cruelly. A few hours after wards he beat her again more cruelly than at first. He was tliui arrested. For this liberty ho was fined $24; ,i 5- The ExrjtEss Cotanies. The Adams and Southern Esprcss Companies will re move .from the building on the Square here tofore occupied by iiicm, to their new and elegant structure on Church street, opposite the Masonic Temple, to-lay, and will be ready for the transaction of business in their new quarters Friday. Or vice of Tint Usiox ask American, Tbcksday. June 2S. 1SGG. Mosetabt. Goitl opened yestetda? la WKeW York Market, as follows : 1 t&A; aid 1 55J at noon. It-was bought hero at about 1 331 lA; sold atl 50. The following are tho quotations for floTcrn inrnt securities : 5-20V. 1 0310 3; 10-40's. 96 7-30's. I 021 00 Certificates. 1 00 1 Wi. Business in uncurrent money Is remarkably dull. There is very little offering for sale and a still less demand. Bank of Tennessee, is taken at Scents; Planters Dank at 58 and Union bank 7072 cents. Southern notes very dull and rates are not very firm. Cotiox. Yesterday a dull day with liebt talcs. We quote at y Jl, according to quality, Private dispatches ,rom New York received du ring the day que' d middling at 3739. Gbockkii?.- 'xhe market has experienced no change sinco our full report of yesterday, cxcpt a slight advance in salt. The supply on band L, full and the local trade can find co better mar ket to make theirlurchases in. Cincinnati ttarltct. By Telegraph. Cinci.vxati. June 27. Flour and grain dull and prices are unchanged. Wheat dull but it tin dnnn. nrico4 unRhnntrcd. Corn dull 60olc Oats dull at 4617. Whisky unchanged. JJess 1'ork held at $32 50; but some 3J0 barrels procured at $32. Bulk meats arc firm at 11, 17 and 19c Ba- con nem more nrraiy; suouiucn ioc, eiucs anu clear sides 2134- Lard dull. at 21)21Ji. Groce ries firm but quiet. Gold 1 o3l 64. New York Money Slarkct. By Telegraph- Kkv Yfinj. June 27u The Posts mono? arti clo says tbo loan market is abundantly supplied with Idlo capital Call loans for stock exchange purposes idsG per ccnt; discount was per cent. ine SLOCK marKet u ami uut sicauy. wuircru mont soeuritiu are firm. Of the Railroad shares the Northwestern is the most active, and Erio is rather lower. Gold quiet ; the borrowers rate be ing about 1-1G in favor of the lender, coin being scarcefor delivery and the short interest being large. The Commercial's money articlo says the ex port of specie! to-day by tbe Scotia, amounts to $9,000. The stock market shows more specula tive activity. Tho improvement in Erie has stimulated the market generally, especially cer tain stocks on which long clique have been wait ing for a turn of the tide. Tlioclique in North western have taken advantage of tncoccasiou for running up the common stocks, which at tbe' Board closed at 30 and is advanoed . Mari etta and Cincinnati run up 4 per cent. JJne clos ed lower, but with a strong upward tendency. Govt's, firm; theadvancecausedbythedemandfor export yesterday is maintained. 6-20s of 1855 M better. 7-30s also higher. Money is a drag ou the market. It is not easy to employ balances on call at 4 per cent. Loans at S per cent are now exceptional. Discounts are quiet at 57 per cent for primo names. There is rather more pro duce of common paper on tbo market drawn on account of wool crop. Foreign exchango nominal at about tbo closing rates of yesterday. St. Lonls Mnrltct. By Telegraph. St. Louis, Juno 27. Flour and Wheat dull and unchanged. Corn more active at C2tP77c Pork, 33c. Bacon Clear Sides 2U. Liverpool 31nrlicr. Livkkpool, June 16. Brcaditufls Rickabd box, SrE.vcK 1 Co. and Beuce & McAnufk ro port flour firmer and Id dearer p:r sack. Wheat in good demand and held for 2d3d per central advance: winter red and southern. 10s 6dlls. Corn under heavy imports and 3dG? 6d lower on tho week: mired, 23i td29d 3d. Provisions Messrs. UioUN'o, Athem ic Co. and W. Gardner & Co. report beef firmer and moro doing. Pork better and 7s 6d higher. Bacon steady and in more demand. Lard inactive and nominal. Cbccso steady and demands full prices. Tallow is a shade dearer. Brokers irregular report sucar quiet but steady. Coffee dull. Petroleum quiet; rsfined. llsl&lOUs 2d: specials. 10s Id. Bae riko Bun. & Co. report breadstuff firm and well supported. Tea inactive l-onlsvlllo 3Iarkct. ByTclcgraph.J Louisville, Juno 27, 7:30 r. jr. Tobacco Leaf advanced 50o on ail grades. Sales of 215 hhds. Superfine flour ntS8; extra family 811. Grain dull and unchanged. Mess pork declined 50e. sales 3.2j0 pounds. Bacon Shoulders 16c; clear sides 2150. Groceries firm and advancing with gold, llaw whisky 25c. New York Ktock Mnrkct. By Telegraph. Kkw York, June 27. Cotton steady at 373S; middling uplands chiefly 2Sc Flour rather more steady for middling grades, with -only moderate business, $7 30AS50 for extra State: $8 5510 for extra It. II. Q., and S10 0512 75 for trade brands, closing quiet Whisky quiet at S2 26 2 17 for Western. Wheat quiet and firm for primo parcels, and dull and heavy for inferior descriptions. Bye quiet, western ,$1 07, Corn opencdashado firmer, and closed quiet and with out decided change, ECcffilKJe for unsound new mixed; Western l.W91c; '.17c for new yellow; 79 for damaged New Orleans, and 8Skc for shipping western mixed to arrive in a few days. Oats moro steady and quiet at 555Sc for new Western. Coffcodnll. Sugar dull. Cuba HllKc Molasses dull. Petroleum dull at 2125c for uruilc, and 3y10o for refined in bond. Tork firmer and more active at Sil 6031 81 for now moss, closing at S31 50 cash, $2U 2529 60 for old do, and $26 504020 75 for prime; 45,000 bbls. new mess at $32 25, at buyer's option for 90 days. Beef steady nt S1621 50 for new plain mess, and S3) 50W21 si lor new extra western, ncei aims 20(33c for Ohio, and 2540c for State. Cheese dull at 821e. Money market easy, 45 for premium exchange. Call loans Merlins quoted at 1U$109. Gold shade easier at 15 decliningto 154$, advancincto 156 and closing at 155). Exports of specio to-day 96.000. Government securities dull. Freights to Liverpool firm. Xcw York .Stock JlarkcU By Telegraph. Nkw Yobk, Juno 27.-Stocks steady. P F W AO); CJt 111904; Oil' 83U: CiT 100-K: C & N W 20M: do. preferred 59: M S 78) M O 103K: Beading 109; Hudson 110X: Erie C0fc do. preferred 74J$: N 1 U VS'A', o-a coupons oibiw 10-40 cautions 9GJ& 7-30's. second series. 103: W U 52. ' rorclgii SlnrkctN. By Telegraph. Liverpool, Juno 10. Cotton sales to-day of 7.000 bales of middling: 1.000 bales to speculators and exporters. Tho market is quiet and unchang ed and quotations are partially easier. Bread stuffs market firmer with an upward tendency. Provisions steady. London'. June 16. Consols closod at S0V4386J for money. American stocks : U. S. 5-20 s C4V 05. I. C. 11. lt.74K75M. Krio40 Xcw York .Money Market. By Tclcgraph.J New Yobk. Juno "27. Tho latest Sales wero made at the 4 o'clock opon board to-day. as fol lows r N. Y. 0. nt O&li: Kri nt ?-: Catamnssa T!ii C.A B.834; C. Jr.T.83(l a; C. Jr. It. J. 94& C. A-N. W.R4X; F. W. 98; Marietta i Cincinnati, isi r. i-iyi. IUVEIt NEWS. Tbe river is falling with six and a half feet water sn llarpcth Shoals. Arrivals. Havana, Cincinnati. Departures. Imperial, St. Louis. The steamer Tcmpttt, Capt. Jonx L. Batkmak, has completed her cargo, and will depart for the Falls City this evening nt '(o'clock; CorbettJ: Bovn, aro agent". The regular packut Havana, arrived yesterday from Cincinnati with quite a respcctablo cargo of assorted freight Tonev Johnson, bcr accomplished agent was flying around quite briskly yesterday looking af ter this boats' interest. She is advertised to leave this evening at 4 o'clock. The steamer JVrose, from Calrd, will be in port today, and wilt return on to-morrow morning. Sco Capts. Correte Si Boyd, for further particu lars. The river at Lonisvillo continues to fall with five ftet nine inches in tho canil. Ste ivnniT AecmEXT. Last Sandav inornlnr. dutine the storm, tho cabin of tho steamer Pike- ton was blown overboard, carrying with it four men. one of whom. Captain Lovell, was consid erably bruised. ihe 1'iRcton was lying up, aboo Jersey, repairing, lkr hog chains wero taken out and hcrcabin was loosened up. There was a flat-boat lying alongside of bcr. At tho timo of tho accident the Captain and thrco men wero lying asleep on cots in the cabin, and when they awoke they were in the fiat-boats, impris oned in such a manner that it was some time be fore they could extricate themselves. The cabin fell upon Captain Lovsll in such a way as to bend him up and bruise him considerably. The other gentleman escaped without injury. But for tho fortunate circumstance of the flat-boat lying alongside, every one of those in tho cabin must haro perished by drowning. The cabin U a per fect wreck. Vadncak Herald, 19A. The Memnhis Aran has the followtnr. which wfi are inclined to consider as all fudre. Elates of steamboats are not much in the habit of search ing for shells or anything else in the coal-pile. We think that a rood many of tho late disasters are attributable either to carelessness, tabular or old boilers: "We learn that on tho recent ui trin of tho steamer (hlden Eiple, the mate fonnd a large fain shell in thecoal, which, had it been undiscovered and thrown into the fire, would havo resulted dis astrously. There seem to be a mystery about this matter. Some stcatnboatmen are of tbe opinion that a great many of the late disasters nave been causcu oy placing saeus in ice coax It looks as thouch there mirht h samn reasons; for this belief, from the fact that the A. A M. 8. S. Line have been sufferers so much of late from explosions and fires. TnE Babgk Towisa Makia. It will be seen br the following extract from the Memphis Argu of the 211, that one or the towboat fleet had arrived at that poir.t after nearly half a month's traveling lrom New Orlears "The towboat 1 anhn, after a tedious journey of eleven days from 2cw Orleans, arrived yester day evening whu iour ueavv moaei barges in tow, unit one larce ico bane, bhe had for this rwirt tOi sacks of Liverpool salt. For St. Louis she had e,WO sacks oi x.irerpooi salt, 400 barrels of turpentine, ana mrrrisoi rosin." Tho frei t tf this towboat, all told, would not cacecQ , w iuh. fcuu m&w w. cuorae. ai cacap rates. Upwards of one month would be required lrom ue receipt oi ine ireignt at iew Urlcass until ( itcdirorv in St. Loo.ii. A road iiMnlvui could make two trips, if not three, in less time than It takes ineie oarge-towtng neeta to make one. We think, and hope, they will-pTori a de eided2aUure.Tindin theBsnantme expeet.to re cord the establMbffittst of a line of fast pasienger packets that can make a single trip from this port to iiew Orleans and back again in eleven dtys. Fourth or Jc.tI -Flags I Firen-orks any quantity nt Lees's. je28t4j. THE M'CAffl TRIAL. THE HAKMOltf 'CASE; XcCXSX PKOVES AS ALIBI. Details of the Evidence. Special to the Union and American. KsoxviLir, June 27. V'eoright to have stated in yesterday's proceedings that, the same points were presented to the court aa in the former trial in the case of Haus, and the court was requested to charge the jury in writing; thereupon Col.O. P. Tempie was called for the State. The testimony adduced from the witness is in fact so nearly the same as that given to the court in the for mer trial of these same parties, lha. to pub lish it would only be reproducing what has already appeared. CoL Baxtee was tho next witness call ed for the State. The evidence obtained from this witness was substantially, in its points and bearings, as in the former trial, and as there have been no new points brought to light, except his testimony in the former trial, which was that McCakx was present. He testified to-day that hu impression was that McCans was not present. "Ye refrain from repeating the testimony. Haiuuson was next called for the State. From the testimony of this witness nothing was adduced. He stated that he was tried about the time Harmon was hung. The prosecution endeavored by this witness to prove that the defendants were on the court-martial that convicted Harmox, and only Kais was identified. The next witness called was Saxfoed Mason, colored. The witnoss testified to being in the room when Harmon was tried; Ramsey- and Kain were not present; Roddy and -McCann were present; den't know what part they took; was in tho room when Harmon and Haun were sentenced ; don't know who was present or voted. Judge Advocate Campbell told Harmon it was hard to die. Dick McCann was one of the members present that day, also "Roddy. Jonathan Morgan called for the State : Was before the court when Harmon was tried. Mr. Kain was clerk fand took down the evidence. M. D. Reardin called: Shortly after i Haun was hung the Harmons -arere hung. Di(i not get near the scaffold and did not hear the sentence read. Cross examined. Could not call a single man's name who was there; knew the de fendants, but did not fee them there; did not know a man on the scaffold; was consid' erably excited at the time. Henry Glass called. Was on the ground when Jacob Harmon was hung; left for dinner; got on the hill; looked back and saw them hanging; the old man did not recollect any one present. ' , John franklin called. Was present when the two Harmons were hung; don't know as I saw either of the defendants there. John Green called : I was at the jail when the Harmon3 were brought out to bo hung. I followed them to the gallows. Saw Kain there. He .stood near me. Kain said,' "I guess these men would like to be in Abraham's bosom, to-day. They ought to be hung. God damn them, and all others down in Tennessee or the South, for they ought to know better." Paid particular at tention to what Kain said. Did not sec cither of the other defendants there. Cro33-Exrimined : There was no sentence read. Don't know any one that was on the scaffold. There was but one man standing between Kain and me, that was John IL Franklin, the witness examined before me. II. L. Bradley called : Was not in Knox- villo when the Harmons wero hung. Bearden re-called: McCann was in town the day that Haun was hung. It was but a short time from Haun's execution un til the Harmons were hung. Henry Doyle called : Was at Harmons' execution. Didn't see Kain. I know that he was not one of those who helped to hang Harmon. Did not see McCann. Know that Rodky was not there. John H. Parlin called. I have known Kain twelve or fifteon years, was there when tho Harmons were hung; think Kaln was not there ; if Kain had been near the sea- fold I should have seen him ; do not think any of the defendants were there. W. B. Smith called. I am acquainted with Kain; know the other defendants; was out the day Hvrmon wa3 hung; if Kain was there I did not Bee him ; did not ?eo any of the defendants ; had they been in the ring would have seen thera'. Cross-examined. Went with Hank Doyle; knew Bearden many years; didn't sec him there. Isaac E. Barry, called from the witness es for defense: Was there when Harman was hung. Have known Kain as long as I can recollect Did not sec him or other de fendants there. McCann was not on the scaffold. Should have seen him if he had been there. Cross-examined. I first saw McCann in 18C0. He spoke here. McCann was fre quently at my house. - I was at the hanging of Harman, hut did not see him there. JonN W. Morrow called -for the State: I havo known Kain ten or twelve years. Was within a few yards of the scaffold, but did not see Kain. Saw tho men officiating. Kain was not one of them. Cross examined. Largo crowd present: I was with the women and children; might have been a dozen acquaintances there and I not seen them. J. W. Britt called. Have known Kain since I was a boy; if Kain had .been there think I should have seen him. Hcon Davis called. Had known Kain two years; did not see him there; could see the faces of those present. Cross examined. Was north of the rail road; gallows on opposite side; have known Capt. Bearden a longtime; did not see him there. J. J. McCann called: I am a brother to J. R. McCann. Brother was here between the first and 5th of December ; telegraphed him to come to Nashville on Account of the illness of father ; he came immediately, and did not return to Knoxville until about the 1st of January. At the time I telegraphed he had not been here only three or four days ; have a memorandum telling when he came. Cross-examined: Brother had been to Nashville in November ; left about the 1st of December and returned here ; was not hero but three or four days when he re turned. Gave him a check for $50 at this time. He may not have left the day I gave him the check. Gave check about 29 tli of November or 1st of December. Think lie stated he was there Christmas night. It was during the holidays; think it was New Year's Day or Christmas Eve. Col. LrrETEit. called: The evidence of Colonel Luttreix's was substantially the same as at the former trial. Knew when McCann left for Nashville. McCann was not here when Harmon was hung. HoorER Harris called: Known McCann many ytars &s a clever, tJood-hearted mm. Was in Nashville from, the middle of De- about the middle of Decwober I VrCAw was on of "the first persona ririet at Nash ville, which was from the 15th to the 18th; j I saw WnxChrisfahas. 'We took emr-nos"and . other stimulants together. JLived in Nash- 5 Tille before the war. Was in East Tcnnes see in Zollicoffer's brigade. John Fleming called: In December I was in Nashville as. member of the Legisla ture. I made McCans's acquaintance the day the intelligence of the burying of Har mon came by telegraph to Nashville. I met McCann at the Commercial Hotel. Col. John Baxter called for defence: Rainey had no connection with the court martial. Have no information, only hear ing that he was the legal adviser of the Con federate forces. L. C. Miller dissolved the court. Don't remember that any sen tence was passed by the Judge Advocate. Had not known McCann's general charac ter. My impression is that McCann was present at the trial of JLaun. Don't thins he was at the trial of Harman. Defendants presented, and asked to offer as evidence the parole of the defendants, given under the cartel between Generals Grant and Lee and Generals Sherman and JonNSTON. Their introduction was objected to. Objec tions PU'iaiiied, and the ruling excepted to by the defendants. Defendants Kain, Roddy and McCann presented their several oaths of amnesty, and the defendant Ramsey presented his pardon from the President of the United States, and asked severally that they be ad-'t mitted.ns evidence, to which the Attorney General objected, and the objection was sus tainedand the ruling of the Court excepted to by the defendants. The defendants then asked to intro duce the letter of Edwin M. Stan ton to the Governor of the State, and the endorsement of opinion upon an of ficial paper in this case made by Lt. Gen. U. S. Grant, and directed to the Secretary of War, which wereobjeted to by the State and the objection sustained, the court re marking, I don't know that Gen. Grant is a Judge, if he was a Judge of tho Supreme Court, and it was written in a book, we. would think about it. The defendant ex cepted to the ruling of the court. Ham. Ryan called: I was here in De cember, 1801. Did not see McCann when Haun was hung. He was not there, or if he was I did not see him. (It will be re remembered that on the former trial Ryan stated he wa3 at the gallows, and that he saw McCann there on the gallows and Baw him catch Haun and put him on the trap, and had the rope in hL hand Reporter.) I had been in several fusses and did not come to town much. Lived just m the edge o town. John Wood called : I was at the hanging of Harmon. Did not see cither of the de fendants present. Dick McCann- was not there, or if he was I did not see him. Lt. A. S. Parsons was at Nashville from September, '62 to June, '63; don't know about McCann's character as a citizen; heard him spoken of a3 a soldier; heard general reports; his reputation was not good; I was Company Sergeant, 10th Illinois' cavalry. Cross examined. Never heard 'McCann spoken of only as being in the army, and that was in everybody's mouth; heard army officers speak of him. Court adjourned until to-day. Contemptible. A man by the name of Bedgin, a member of the. Broadway Varie ties, called on Esquire Matthews yesterday, and wished to know whether or not the pro prietor of a boarding house, who liad no li cense, could seize the baggage of boarders as payment for board? Before a satisfactory answer could be rendered, lie stated that he had been boarding at Mrs. Margaret Boy ers', on-Cherry street; that he owed her some twenty-five dollars, and that she had seized his trunk and its contents ss payment for the debt. He stated further that he be longed to a troupe of theatricals who had an engagement in Louisville, and that it was indispensible that he should have some mu sical instruments that were in his trunk. Eighteen dollars were proffered as payment and rejected. Bergin then wished to know whether or not he could force the acceptance of tho proffered amount. While he was discussing the point, a merchant came in and asked him to settle a small bill that lie owed him. He walked out of the office and proceeded down the street a few paces, and on observing that the merchant was follow ing him, lie turned and abused him in a most shameful manner. A policeman who was standing near arrested Berqin and car ried him before the Recorder, where he pawned a pistol for his appearance to-day at 10 A. m. We have seldom observed a more contemptible effort to evade the payment of an honest debt than this. Meeting of the City Council. It is the desire of those who arc interested in the public schools of the city that there should bo a full attendance this evening, of the Board of Aldermen and Common Council, as the Board of Education for the ensuing year is to be chosen. It is hoped that each member of the City .Council will signify Ms appreciation of the importance, of the elec tion of this evening by being present. A Counterfeit Bill. Wc understand that there are twenty dollar counterfeit bills in circulation,, on the First National Bank of Portland, Connecticut. Two were reject ed in this city yesterday, by the First and Secoihl National Banks. The bill i3 very well executed with the exception of the shading of the figure 20, on its face, and the shading of the picture of the baptism of Pocahontas, on the back of the bill, which is too light. The bill i3 calculated to de ceive on first sight. Released. Fritz Rhodes who waa ar raigned before Esquire Matthews yester day, charged with being one of tho party who mobbed Mr. Huivz, of German town, on Sabbath night, on examination was discharg ed. It seems that Mr. Hull heard that Mr. Rhodes wa3 one of the party and had him arrested, but failed to identify him as being one of the party. Sons of Temperance. Elysian Grove Division willi Lave a public installation, of officers on the 4th of July, at 8 o'clock. Speeches will be delivered by W. B. Thomp son and Rev. R. A. Young. The public are invited. GRAND OPENING SALE GRANNY WHITE PIKE. Ten Years Credit. ON THURSDAY. 2Sth June, at 11 o'clock, we will sell to the higliei t biddnr at auction 132 Most Beautiful Suburban Near the residence ofIr. Acklcn, and only a short distance lrom tne ciiy. A charter for n Street Railroad has been ob tained for this Pike and it Is the intention of the property holders to omin it lortnwun. These Lots are laid off so as to aceonunodats those desiring a half acre or more, are rich in soil and dellshtfally located. Tby will lx sold withoat reserve on a Credit of Yh Years Time. A liberal cHscoHBtwill be nude for Cash, A nice Collation will be served, and Omnibuses will leave oar eee at 10 o'clock. J. X. R. W. BKOWK.A tents. . 3K ll&ioa street, Sahvillo T. W. Sautes, Auctioneer. jssel$-tk ' JjAlJQlXJfcAJb JE1. 'THE MSF1KIE3 !!F HE ISWIAIP PEI38 NOON DISPATCHES. YXJf 1 V.VSIIIXfSTOX. . Washington, June 27. It is thought probable that when Congress adjourns on Thursday and Friday of tnis week, it will not aajjmble again until week after next, so a3 to give the members an opportunity to spend Ihe Fourth of July at their homes. There neems to be no prospect as yet of an early termination of the session. The Xcw Tork Delegation or Hunker Had a lengthv inferview this morning with Comptroller Clark and the House Commit tee on Banking and Currency, in relation to the proposed ame ndments of the National Currency. They complain that the State tax on National circulation is excessively heavy and onerous and request its removaf. They state they cannot profitably continue their business under the present tax law. Frauds on the Government. Fresh developments are coming to light in connection wuuane .Memphis swindle. Jt turns out that $700,000 or $800,000 in 7-30 notes, which were sent to Carleton some time toward the close of last year, for dis posal on accouut of the Government, have also been embezzled and employed in cotton speculations. The whole matter is to bo fully investispitcd in a day or two by tho Banking and Currency Committee. ritoin CASXXtX. The Fenian I'rtaoncrs to lie Trictl by Hilltnry Commission. New York, J une 27. The Herald's Mon treal special ays: Sixlecn Fenian prisoners have been brought there for confinement in the jail. The broad charge upon which the prisoners were committed is that of levying war against Her Majesty. Col. Ermatin ger, the committing magistrate, came in with the accused, who weru brought' to the city for greater security, in view of the last afiair at Pigeon Hill. It is not known when their trial will take place. The Herald's Toronto, C. W., special says: Warain, one of the Fenian prisoners here, was admitted to hail on his own recogni zance, yesterday, his. employer at Butialo representing him as an inoffensive and inno cent person. . R. A. Harrison, Barrister, is industri ously working up the prosecution of the Fenians on the part of the Government. .It i3 now pretty well determined that they will bo tried by a military court-martial, under tho Foreign Aggression act. It is said that Gen. John Hilly ard Cameron will act as chairman of the Commission, The 16th rc culars ar6 now constantly on euard at the jail, and an officer sleeps m the building. Several church dignitaries are interesting themselves in the case of the Episcopal cler gyman who is incarcerated as a Fenian. Terrible Tornnilo. One of the most terrible tornadoes that has ever visited Canada took place last night, at the village -of Oil Springs. A large hotel recently erected was blown to the ground. Much damage was done to derricks at the od works. During the tornado a boiler burst, killing one man and severely injuring others. The storm also.passed over Inger oll, doing a great deal of damage. The 'force of the storm tore up large trees by the roots. A Mnrtlercr Sentenced to be Hung:. Cincinnati, June 27. Coo vert, mur dererer of the Koosa family, was yesterday sentenced to be hung August 24th, at Leba non, Ohio. FOKEIGX XEWS. The Altitude of Ilussin Depreciation of Austrian Currency --Settlement or, the Frontier Idne between Spain and France. New York, June 27. The Herald's St. Petersburg correspondent, writing on the Gth of June, denies that there exists any understanding or. treaty by virtue of which Russia will assist Austria in the coming war. Ho places in review a summary of the history of the sixteen years, as evidence that such an arrangement would not bo en tered into. Russia, it is said, will not per mit Turkey to occupy the Danubian Prin cipalities. The price of evey article of consumption, as a necessary of lite, was rapidly advancing in Vienna, in the face of a depreciated paper currency. A British letter of the 10th of June, says that from two hundred to three hundred, and some days full three hundred bills are brought to protest in that city. The Spanish Senate has approved of the bill to fix the frontier line between France and Spain, in accordance with the recent treaty concluded between the two countries. MIDNIGHT DISPATCHES. From St. DomhiR-o. Jaiunlcn and ."llexlco. New Yoric, June 27. The steamer Mo ro Castle brings dates of the 23d. The re port of the success of the revolution in St. Domingo, and the iliglit of the Bacz, is con firmed. Mercantile affaire in Jamaica arc suffering a monetary crisis, due to the ira penning war in Europe Ana failures in Eng land. 1,200 clissedents under Arena had been repulsed jand dispersal from Trestullo, Mexico. The Estaflette says that the War and Treasury Departments havo been succeisful in establishing a .national army, but adds that whilst the Empire has neither men nor money its situation- is precarious and en dangered in Mexico. In Pueblo and Querto the Emperor had ordered a draft. Don Salvador Marquis De Marina died in Havana on the 22d. European ArtTltts fiermnn lMet. New York, June 27. -Tho S. S. Java, from Liverpool lGth, via Queenstown 17th, arrived this evening. The Federal Diet having on the 14th, by a vote of nine to six agreed to the Austrian proposal for the mobilization of the Fed eral army of Prussia, agreeable to pre vious notices, earned out her threat to consider the act of hostility on the part of those States which supported it, and on the following day commenced by sending troops into Saxony arid Hanover, also removed Austrian troops nnd entered Saxony, not confirmed, but believed Ben edek would immediately move to attack the Prussians. The Emperor of Austria to Vienna Common Council, said nothing remained but the sword, and after action by the Federal Diet the Prussian representa tives protested against it as unconstitutional, and said Prussia considered tho Confedera tion dissolved, and immediately withdrew from the Diet. The Austrian representa tives moved, and the Diet resolved that the Federal compact was indissoluble. Great commotion and financial depression exisU throughout Germany. Jffcw HaI-ru Ministry. Baron Ricazola is forming a new Italian Ministry. La Marmora goes to the camp with the Kin? as Minister. News from other places unimportant. The Atlantic cable is finished, and the Great Eastern will leave Shearness 30th of June. , . La France believes the rumors of in tended abdication of Maximilian un founded. Iditcst per Steamer Java, June loth. The action of the American government towards the Fenians gives general satisfac tion. The London Times eulogizes th Washington Government, and says: It would be impossible to exaggerate the good faith, the friendship, the sincerity and regard for national obligations which have prompted these energetic and decisive measures. The American government has acted in a man ner which even excel Is anything that could reasonably have been expected from the most friendly nation. The article then fxpre&ses gratification that such distinguished men as Generals Grant and Meade should have been sent to the scene, and says these energetic acts of genuine friendship will be long and cordial ly remembered. The Fenians are almost entitled to thanks for having given the Americans? an occasion for displaying (heir friendship and good feeling- At the close of this dispatch there is no news of any collision having yet occurred in Germany. A Pnigue telegram of tho ICth, says tnfj)Prnssia:Qg occupy Lodon and Zietlan, and menace Sccnditz. The railroad between Pierra and Dresden lias been destroyed, and passenger and pos tal communication lietween Prussia and Saxony stopped. Thii Crown Princesse, of Saxony proceed to Vienna. A Frankfort dltpatch ssyg Prince Chaklxs, of Bavaria, will be appointed Commandre-in-chief of the Federal army. It was reported at I "aria that the proceed ings of the Federsd Diet had determined several of the powers who signed the treaty of Vienas of 1815, ti declare tbat in thek which forrasd..part of Hie Earoien.itenw- uonai law, jttavo been violated. Tin. Aas- uiana xiau lmeiruptect the lines of ctsssmu nicatioa on their .side of ,the Fo and Mines: Xovcmcnta of the Ettreucan Armies. Liverpool, June 17. The movement of the I'ruBsiau army into Saxony is confirmed. Prussia having previously declared war, the ciury ox iuismaiis is liouny expected. The Paris Presse nunlishe a rtmori that the first engagement took place ncjr Leipzig vh uic cm, uui, uie rumor is aoconurmect. The Diet held an extraordinary meeting en the 10th, to decide on tlM motion by oaxony, mat Austria ana isavarai be re queued to adopt immediately, siwh mea sures as were necessitated by uio Prussian invasion. Prussia has issued a declaration ta the Great Powers, justifying invasion, on the ground that the decision of the Diet on the Sth, broke up the Confederation, and the law oi seii-preservauon turn compelled Prussia to seenre herself against the neigh boring States in open or concealed hostility, auu mat sue iiau previously ottered condi tional alliance, which wasreietted. The Sunday papers say that tho Reform bill will be decided to-morrow. The Con servatives arc determined to attempt the ueieai oi uie movement. X)XGRESSIOAI. V ashinoton June 27 Senate. Mr. ANTHONY introduced a bill to establish certain post routes between the United States and Europe, and to regulate the transportation of mails, and reduce the ex penses, which was referred to the Committee on Postofficcs and Post Roads. Mr. WADE, from the Committee oil the District of Columbia, reported a bill to re peat the act to retrocede the county of Al exandia, to the State of Virginia. Tho ob ject of tho bill is to make Alexandria a part of the District of Columbia. Messrs. Siierman, Wilson and Yates were appointed a Committee on Conference on the part of the Senate, on the army ap- prupnauou dim. - Mr. SHERMAN called np the bUl to aid in the con&truction of telegraph lines, and to secure to the government the use of same for postal, military and other purposes. Mr. GRIMES moved to amend the first section by striking out ihe words "that the jMationai .telegraph Corporation organized unuer tne laws oi tne atate of Kew xoik, Anril ICth. lSfift k1.i!1 ),-,r0th f and insert in place thereof "any Ttdegrap'h tympany now organized or authorized, bo organized under the laws of any State of the Union, shall have the rightj etc" Mr. SHERMAN spoke an opposition to the proposed amendment. Mr. BROWN, in the course of some re marks alluding to the recent report of the Post Master General, on the subject of telegraph, said that in this report the Post Master General had shown himself utterly incompetent or the xwsUmn ,0 holds. His report was made up in great part of communications from persons inter ested in the great monopoly that now con trols the telegraph of tins country. He (the Postmaster General had reflected more dis credit on himself, in this connection, than perhaps had ever transpired with regard to any other officer of the Government. Men in his position, heretofore, had striven to advance the public interests : but he (the Postmaster General) stood in the way of a needed reform. Mr. SHERMAN regretted that Mr Brown should have made such a personal attack on Mr. Dennison, whom he (Sher man) knew to have the public interest at heart Mr. DENNISON did not believe that the. plan suggested bjr Mr. Brown was feasible at' the present time, but was favorable to anything that promised relief from the present telegraph monopoly. Mr. DOOL1TTLE moved to postpone the subject until to-morrow. Tho Senate, on motion of Mr. ED WARDS, concurred in the House amend ments to the bill regulating the importation of nitro-glycerinc. Mr. MORRILL called up tho Senate bill to regulate the elective franchise in the Dis trict of Columbia. S A. L JS REAL ESTATE . - i ISclonKiiig lo the City. COMMITTEE ON PUBLIC PK0PEET1. . in conjunction with the Mayor; will sell at Public Auction, on tho premises, coramencinc at 10 o'clock, 3IOXDAY, JU17Y 0T1T, Ami continuing at the saian hour on tho 10th nnd llfli, tho followine pieces or rarcels or grounds About Fifty Lots fronting on Cherry street, be tween the Nashville Cemetery and Franklin street, and beyond Franklin street. Also about Twelve Acres on tho river. Immedi ately above tho City Waterworks. Sixteen Feet fronting on Water street, next to tho Suspension liridge. Ten Feet between tho City Hotel and D. F. Car ter's on tho Public Eqcarc. Thirty-four Feet fronting on North Market struct, between tho property of C. K. II. Martin and the heirs of Wm. Pybus, and a Block of Lots fronting on Crawford and Summer street, known as tho Corporation Quarter. Also, about Fifteen Feet, more or less, frcniing on Front street, at tho lower end of tbe City Wharf and fronting Spring street. Plots of said ground will ba exhibited on the day of sale. TEItMS One-third csuh ; tbe balance in one and two years. Notes bearing lawful interest from date, with a lien retained upon the land until anal payment. W. MATT. BROWN, Mayor. JAMES SLOAN.1 It. WOOD FIN. VCommittec. A. S.EDWAKDS) junc3 tlastds. LAW. SCHOOL. i - THE LAW i SCHOOL C0F ; Cumberland University, L E BA5 O N,' T12N N., WILL OPK ITS XEXTLSISSIOS OS TnETIHST MONDAY OF SKiTrEMIJEK XEXT. FROFESSOCS. nON. P.0BERT L. CAIlUTHEnS. NATHAN OBEEN, JR., L. B. COCBSE OF STCDT. Juxior Cuss. Carnthers History of a Law suit; Walker's American Law ; Stephens' Plead ing; Kent's Commentaries ; Story on Promissory Notes. Middle Cljss. Story on Bailments; Story on Agency: Story's Equity Jurisprudence; Story's Equity Pleaduic; GreenleaTs Evidence; Criminal Law. Sexiox Class. Story on Conflict Laws; Angell and Ames on Corporations; Lomaz on Executors: Parsons on Contracts: Fourth Kent reviewed; Story on the Constitution. BESSIOXS XSO EXFEXirS. The Fall Session commcnecson thefirstMonday In. September, and ends the last Thursday ia Jan uary. The Spring Session begins tba first Monday in February, and ends tho last Thursday in June. Tuition, per Session. S-10: Contingent F tX aod Library Fee 31, invariably ia advance. Boarding i5 per week. A third Proftssdr. who H1 derole his whole time to tho School, will be provided by the next term Judgo Carnthers will be in the school part of the time ,JancU Cm. Seward. QTRAYErf OR STOLES. ON TnE NIGHT ij ot tho 21st, from the premises of W. II. Gor don, Esq., two tnilrs out on the UilUboro pike, nesmall BLACK PuNl. Had on a small Texas tree saddle, but no bridle. Any one Cndinthlm,' or leariar information of bis whereabouts with KEID, CHADBOUKNK k CO, corner of Clark and Front streets, wi be liberally rewarded. June SJ 13t. FOKJSAXE. QrXf) AaiVSOY LAND, FOUR MILES tJJ South of Columbia, on th Pulaski Tarn pike road, ef which 1L' acres aro in cultivation, with a food Cedar ar House, weatherboarded. containing four largo rooms, hall, Ac, with alt necessary oot-baildisirs. Also, a small separata improvement detached froa the afcova. The tuast of this land is very fine some little of it jU allly, but nllndidiy tim bered. Apply to , , ASbKKSOJr, JOHNSON A-jBMITH. JaaeU Xtal XiuuAfvnts be; M'G-ill's , Medicatqd Vapor Baths. I WARRANT A CURS. QECONDAKT OR THE VARIOUS rCONSTr O tutional forms f Syphilis; Debilitated Sys tems, eithf r by Meivnrr or Syphilis: Ulcers of the Throat or Mouth; Red or Copper Colored Blotches, on any part or the body: Scaly Eruptions on the Face, Hcvl or Body; all Diseases of the Skin: caused by Syrhilis or impure state of the blood. Shankfcrs. Nodes. Swelled Testlcs; all pains of tbe boneby Mercury and Syphilis; Enlargement of the Joints; Falling out of the Hair; Rheumatisms, Scrofulas and Neuralgias. The Baths are now ready, at tho office and rooms of Dr. MrtllLU on Union street, over York's Bonk btiire. Nashville. Teno. apra JN E W STORE, Wall Paper, Paints, Colors; etc. TH? SUBSCRIBE?.- WOULD INFORM Ht3 J. friends and the public Renerally that be has opened a Store at "So. 32 Churelt Street, Wbcro can tin frmnd Anul i.li);. .r tir.1l aper ana umaow snades. 1'aints, Oils. Colon Varnish Brushes. Window Glass. etiuEnslish am Eastern White Lead. Talntcrs are suectfully re- M , GEO. HUTCHISON. GREAT SAJLE OF Auction nnd Government GOOD S . TN ORDER TO REDUCE STOCK", WILL BE X sold at astonishing low rates: Linen and cotton, sheets. 40 cents to S2 00. Linen and cotton spreads, 40 cents to $2 0. Comforts and quilts. 31 00 to $3 CO. Linen and cotton bed-ticks, U renli to $1 0. Linen and cotton pillow-cases, 10 to 0 cents. Cheap towels. 40 cents. Feather and hair pillows. SO cents to $1 25. Shuck and hairmattrasses. Si 25 to $7 Otf. Iron bedsteads. T5 cents to Jl SO. Dressing gowns, 50 cents to Jl 50. Shirts and drawers, 25 cents to 81 00. With munr other articles in the Drr (Jnrwl. .trade. Also. Plates. Dishes. Tea-tot. Pitchers. SnU- toona, Chambers, Bed-pans, Mugs. Foot and Stomach Warmers, Foot Tubs, Tin Plata, Tans, Cups. Coffse-sots. Measures. Wash-Dans. Glass Lanterns, etc. Also. Bath Tubs ami Wash Tubs. Knives ami P.V. Km... C. -. r. Cw c.i T- Brooms, Mops, Scrubbing Brushes, Shop Scales, Coffee Alllls. Desks and Writing Tables. Easy Chairs, Offico Chairs, Split-bottcm Chairs, Wheel barrows, eta etc. Also, GROCERIES, etc, etc. Most of the stock was boncht at a areatarcrifice and will bo sold very cheap. Prices shall suit, wholesale and retail. All orders accompanied with the cash promptly attended to.. No article. sold until paid for. tor all sorts and kinds, now is the time at that cheap Store, XoS. 46 .fc 48 Sonth College Street. i risxixa d co. Nashville. JunolO KEEP GQOL! BUY YOUR I.l.sle Tlircml Umleraliirtx, Chock Cambric 'UmlershlftH,- Gnuac Merino UndersHlrln, Novln Hnu. Undershirts, LINEN DRAWERS, JEANS DRAWERS. CHECK CAMBIUCK DRAWERS, MUSLIN DRAWERS, NOVIA SILK DRAWERS. GAUZE MERINO DRAWERS, Hlllt, Jlerlono rind Cotton llnir How, Gloves IfniHlkercfalcfHiiml NiwiMTitlcrsi, Xeck.Tlew, SearfH, nml Collars, ShlrtN In (rrcnt varieties white and colored. IIATS A1VD CAPS, The Urgest and cheapest stock ever offered in this- market. IS. II. THOMPSON, 28 Cherry street, near Union. Junel5-tjyl UP AND UP .III W SALE STABLE. aro. ao deadjeiuck stjieet BETWEEN SUMMER.AND CHERRY. T HIE UNDERSI0N2D WOULD MOST RE- SDCCtfullv cull tlin Attention r.f th ritli.na nt Nashfille and public eenerullr, to his line stock of. 5' I limn.tAD . A Jflorses, and Carriage, Which can be furnished at any hours day or night. Tbe Buggies and Carriages. are of The Most Modern Style, And my Hones cannot be excelled In speed anl yiebyanyintneiaty. Uiv UP AJ call, and I warrant to give sittifiMlon, UP" 1 vould also call tlia Dartleular attention cA the public t my FACILITIES FBlt HOAKBIXG xeRHEft. Harlnf secured thiiservtVt of Ida nt ilottl'v-s in tbe country, and; my Stable bring tboroiuhly ventJI&Md, I feel confident of giving UKXKKAX SATISFACTION. Tf' all who may favor me with their patronage. ITjvln set anart & sortion of this Manmetn Stable for the ACCOXJfGBATION OF TKAJWHEXT CUSTOMERS, I most respectfully solicit a ihsri of their pat age. . Thaskf jI for the oast favan. T in tat natiuiMhi solicit norattasanceofths same. J. F. PEXTjECO!', onic-ir Mugs & iHEDioiifJk DEHOViLLE I 1., Cr. CkHrcJs ami Ckcrry Sis NASHVILLE. TKNN, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS WINDOW UI.A.VH VANCY ARTICIJtS, ASXKTJIiailNaGS, TRUSSES, Etc. rK HAVE NOW" ON HAND A LARGE 1 anil well lAWfml tfivlr ftf .V.w. articles, suitable for the City and Countrr trade. walch we offer on the most reasonable terms. PIH'SICIANS Will Snd always a large assortment of the purest and most reliable Medicines. AUa, Manufacturers of Dimoviu.i'r celebrated HAIR TONIC AND RESTORATIVE. This preperatlon is one of the most efficacious remedies now in usa fur resterlr.c hair toiuprl- 5lnal color, promoting its gniwio atid for all issues of the scalp. maj'18 FOR CHILLS AND FEYES i TJko tlto BcHt! HDBIEY'S AGUE TOXIC Never Falls Always tn Dpndd Vpon- frothing moro relnble than i 11 ui urley'f Tonic 1T7ILL cure Aru and Fever. Chills n.l r.r In. If tertnittcnt Fever. UnuluAni.. Kv.wMj.Mnn whaba tried Hurley's Tonlo. speaks in the highast terms of it. As a curative agent It Is unsurpassed ana more certain than quinine. No ld results from using HURLEY'S TONIC. Everybody should wo HU LEY'S AOUE TON10. sSSh HURLEY, RUDDDLUA CO, Proprietors. Lcaisrille, Ky. Hurley' .Ntouiarlt Kitten, For Dubility, Loss of Appetite. Weakness. Indi gestion or Dyspepsia, want of action oa the Liver. Disordered Stomach, thera are no bitters that compare with these in removing thesq distmsieg complaints For sale or can be had at any Dug Store in the United States, or from the proprie tors, Loulsvillo, Ky corner Seventh and Ureen street to whom, all orders shield be addressed. Hurley's Sarsapnrlllit. The great Blood Purifier, as a Spring and Sum mer Medicino stands unrivaled, removes all im purities lrom tho. blood, and gives health and strength to too system. (em. IKLEY. RUDDLE Jt CO., ill tToprletors. Harley'i I'opHlnr Warm Cnmly. As this is really a Specifio for Worms, and tho best and most Dilatable form to elva tu ehildre n. it is not surprising that it is fast taking the place oi aii oincr preparations lor worms it netsg taste less, any child will tako it. Oriental rearl Drop. For Beautifying Uie Complexion, offectualiy re moves Tan, Freckles, Blotches, and giving the skin an elegant smoothness not easily attahvid by any other. Its uso among the ladies of fashion In tbe East, gives it a character for efficacy which at once stamps It as infinitely superior for the toilet of a lady. Ink! Inkl Inkt Seaton's Chemical Writlnir Fluid bliHumfiir world-renowned for its superior quality. Having been introduced only about six years. It has be come tho principal in use with those who want a fine, free flowing il k. nnd fur its Darm.tnencr It L decidedly the bestink for records that can ba used, lor counting houses, banks or schools, it Is uueaalled. and needs only to be tried to ba ap proved. For sale by Druggists and Merchants rcjTwnere. J3URLEY, RUDDLE 4 CO-Proprietors. Corniir Sorenth and Oreen streets. . , Louisville, Kentucky;. Harwell: louarhi 1 Litterer Jc fabler: Pulllam 4 McCal- lough: Blood Gregory, Nashville? isd br alt Druggists. juneu lyujrw JL. x. snrisx. X. o CaitOHJUD. ARTHURA.BREIST& CO., WHOLESALE DEALERS I.V HA, EKWI BIS CUTLERY, BELTING, ETC., AND AGENTS FOR FAIRBANKS' SCALES, ,30 PUBLIC SQUARE, NASHVILLE, TENNKBSEE. TO FRUIT GROWERS. We are agents in this city for tbt sale of Dicx ixrox Jc BMxxrr'a CIDER MjTlsJLS, Which aro much saperinr in every resprct to any other manufactured. We bare a foil supply In slore, and ean sell them at LOWER PRICES than they ran be purchased for In Lousrllle or Cincinnati. Wr solicit an exaatiatlon from those desirinr to purchase. , . , ARTHUR A BREAST 4 CO. Juno 17 1bi SUNDAY EXCLUSION TO KINGSTON SPBIffGS. rN s V the will eon N SUNDAY NEXT. T3E 21TH INSTANT, ilainTille ana aonnwestem Railroad Kincston HDrine, : to ermt&aa everr Snxdvr eomrnvnea raamnff ia Excutsioo Train x dories tbe not weatbrr. Trains will leave lbs Depot of the Nashville Chattanooga Railroad at Vefai.lt. Retaining will leave Kingston Springs at &00r, X giving all an opportunity of enloying the pure country air. nnd being benefited by the tpeadld aictrtl watsr of the springs. J. W. BROWN. Oral PastAtcent JanelS (r BANKING HOUSE or A W II EL ESS & CO., EtabUsh,g la irajr NO.KUNIO.N lBEET.NASnvn&E.TENN te0,? SECUPJTIES.OF ALL D.B VT JSCKIW'IONij. Stock, Bonds. Specie, Bnt N'.ore?JatI1,Cia-e Exehanre.iBoujnt and sold. Bnslnent Ptpfr negotiated. Collections made on u patt, the United EUtes. Cacuiia and Europe, Ktferctca U made to correspondents Usro3s!jot theeountr.r and to Banks and Bankers of this ely. A, WUKLKS3 & OA June tf J P. DAVIS, WHOLESALE DEALER IN Dni)fH, iaJats, Oils, Winrlo w Glass, fatty anlDye3tiiiTsf JJWiwct Fin tend Rate. Strait, cixcrsrsATT, nt. ORDERS SOLICITED FROM THE" S0UT3 rn Irade, and promptly al leaded to. ottSOSia . -