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sosc irrmxa to i.acjii vj:ic Conntii Jfoiirnin Sees n RndicnI. Sruiiinn Locise, JIay 1, 18G6. Editors Advertiser and Register Mein llcrr. Cantin and I found a llldical to-day, and as the adventure lias somewhat dilapidated m v good looks and stove a hole in Cantin's side, 1 must tell you bow it came about. Having learned fiom. the oracular Memphis journal that the animals called Radicals were terrible in stitutions, and having learned to cuss'em satisfactorily, I took advantage cf every op portunity to amniadvert on them. Imagine my amazement, when my diminutive self was suddenly confronted by a whale of a follow, who proclaimed himself a Radical, nd insisted that I should retract what I had said about him and his fallows. I told him that my optics had taken him surely not for a Radical, but for a rhinosorchinpotomahoree. Whereupon he became very boistrous, and demanded satisfaction. To express my contempt for his chivalry, I turned away and was getting rapidly to another portion of the boat, having urgent business there. Suddenly, ray career was arrested by a cu rious sensation. Upon investigating the cause, I was very much surprised to dis cover that the Radical had mistaken the splits between the skirts of my swallow tailed coat, for a bootjack- "Wben 1 turned to gare on the Radical lie made a thrust at me with his hand doubled up, and one of my optics, whilst trying to slop the tremendous momentum of theindi vidual, succeeded in doing so, but it has been subject to illusory scenes ever since. These consist of seeing stars and rainbows, and glittering motes, which upon close in vestigation, prove to not have an actual ex istence. 2Sot seeing very clearly into the Radical's argument, I cast myself on the ground, and by the action, invited him to farther striking-illustrations. Being indis posed to split hairs with him, I offered him a handful, which ho proceeded to twine be tween his fingers. The proceedings hurt me somewhat, but I was amiably dLiposed and anxious to learn what he would do with them, therefore, submitted to the manipula tion with much grace. Introducing my left optic to the Radical's thumb, lie was appa rently so much pleased that he enthusiasti cally net about making an impression on the visaal organ, whereupon, in a meek voice and with much mildness not wishing to hurt his feelings, I suggested that his greet ing was uncomfortably pressing, really to the extent of being painful. Jle echoed damphool. Not being well versed in echoes, I paid no farther attention to the pleasantry. My visual optic liaving slipped back into its socket, the Radical cordially laid his closed hands on the facial projections of my beautiful features, but as the exertion was mado with a power equal to the fall of a thousand weight on my head, I was induced to beg him to forego tho pleasure of his ti tanic caresses. Thereupon he became a lit tle excited and used some boisterous and in comprehensible language at which I was much astonished. lie exhibited further his affection for me, by taking my no-e severely between his thumb and finger. Anxious to accommodate him with a thorough investi gation of its peculiar formation, beauty, use, eta. I invited him to examine it more care fully, to taste it, etc., and assisted him, by inserting its beautiful proportions between his teeth. Closing his vice-like dentals on that organ, he seemed to abandon himself to a perfect ecstasy, lie shook it, and bit it very hard, and pulled it. I tried to per suade him that his pleasure was my pain. but lie teemed to bo enjoying a luxury, and to be laboring under the misapprehension that I liked it too, and he held the more tightly, notwithstanding all my earnest re presentations that tho proceeding was pain fully ridiculous to me. lie paid no attention to my demand, and forced mo to the alternative or tearing my self n'fay from his enthusiastic embrace, He made a cursory remark that made mc supect liim of joking with inc. Then I lost my amiability and Christian temper. Yet being kindly disposed, I offered to pick out, with my knife, that portion of my nose which had become fastened in his tectli Being in an unusual liiirrv to accommodate him, I made tho small mistake of inserting tho point between Ins third and Jourth ribs, and when I found out the accident, in my hurried efforts to withdraw tho instrument and make amends, it penetrated to a place under his belt, where he had stowod an im menso quantity of lager beer. It proved a valuable beer mine. In my anxiety to save the beer and start a saloon, or brewery, 1 mado strenuous efforts to roll him to a safe place, but in the hurry of the moment he rolled overboard, and is doubtless now luxu riating in instalments in tho digestive ap paratus of tho denizens of Mobile Bay. Cousin Novum a. Tilt MOKMOX.N. Itorr Itrlglmiii I'oiiiir'h 'Wives Live. The new work on the Mormons gives the following : Tho internal arrangement of affairs at the harem is very similar to that of a young ladies' boarding-school. Each woimiti hav ing her own room, her affairs are all cen tered there. Tho culinary department is under control of such of tho wives as liniG HAM from time to time appoints. She is the stewardess, and carries tho keys. A cook is employed generally a man and several servants besides, who aro all under the con trol of tho stewardess. When tho meals are prepared and ready the bell rings, and each woman, with her children, if she has any, files down to tho dining-tablc, and is seated as before stated. Each, on rising, has her children to attend to, and get ready for breakfast; this over, she commences tho business of the day, ar ranges her rooms and sits down to her scw lng"or other workj as tho case may be. t A sewing machine is brought into requi sition, and ona of tho dumber appointed to use lL For the benefit of those who want a sewing machine, it may be well to state how this ono was procured. Ono day a man from St. Louis came to offer ono for sale, stating that his price was ninety dollars. Bkioham bought it, pro mising to pay tho man whenever he should calL The man being poor, called in a few day. Ho did not get his pay. He called again a number of times, with tho same re sult One of the wives became quite indig nant, and said: "If I w&t in hi place 1 would never ask it from oie so high in tho priesthood. He had better give it to him than ask pay of him." Tho poor man never received his" money, and as soon as he could St the means, left tho torritory. This is e manner in which the Prophet becomes possessed of much of his property. Mot of the women spin and make their every-day clothing, doing their own color ing They are quite proud of the quantity of doth manufactured in their establish ment every year. All woik hard, and take but very little out-of-door exercise. At par tics and theatre Biiiuuam and one or two of the favored wives sit together in the "King's box," but tho remainder of tho wo men and tho children sit in what is called "Biuijham,8 corral." This is in tho par-L-oits, about tho centre, of the area. The Prophet goes down once or twice during the evcofng to the corral, and chats for a few moments with one and another, but in a short time he can be seen beside his "dear AmbUA" again. At tho Mormon parties much gaiety pre vails. Appearances arc maintained, some what, br paying inoro respectful deference to the first wives on such occasions. Gen tiles, with whom the saints arc on good terms, are well received and kindly cntcr taiucu at these parties, and all join in giv ing themselves up to die influences of mirth and festivity. Dancing is not only a favorite amusement, it is more ; it is cultivated to such an extent that it becomes a passion. JJniQUAM'fl women, though bettor clothed than formerly, still work very hard. They are infatuated to their religion and devoted to their husband. If they cannot obtain his love, they content themselves with his kind ness, and endeavor to think themselves hap py. As religion is their only solace, they to make it their only object. If it does not elevate their mtuds, it deadens their suscept ibilities ; and, as they am not permitted to be women, they try to convince themselves that il is God's will they should be slaves. A tuusic-mastcr, a dancing-master and a teacher of tho ordinary branches of the English education arc employed in the fam ily school. Also a teacher of French. Hi children have much hotter advantages than any other in the territory. Dancing and music arc tho leading accomplishments, and everything else is made subordinate to those Said "WexI'VLL Pjiiluvs, in a recent lecture: . "One jhousaad men conceived and en gineered the rebellion. And if five years ago God had been pleased to take them to himself, or drop tliem tho other way, there would liave been no rebellion." And had that accursed Jajp&m. with ita, Puritan crew, bean "dropped the other war" thore would have been no slavery, no religion or political intolerance, no Hart fmT Convention, no whisky Insurrections,' Sd o "gmt nion-Mtntalntdli- T.VA INSCKAXCK COMFAXY, P. 1. 1'ocK. Agent. 20. 31 Uollege street. A.MIKILSO.V, JOILNNOX A SMITH, Heal Katate Agents, over Berry's Bookstore, Col lege street. AI.NM'ultTlI.UiVXIi:iM General Southern Agent of Wheelers k Wilson' Sewing Ma chines No. 57 College street. B KIES A TIIAXTOX, Commission Mer- cnauts, corner or lollcge and Lauren streets. BKWO.V, AVUEKJ-Ot A CO., Dealers in Tinners', Plumbers' Gas-fitters' and Conpcr-r-emnitbY Stuck and Materials. No. 22 North Market street. B B HOWS, J. L. A It. W., Uoal Estate Agent. Jo'i ouion itrccr. A5iK , FIU.ST SATIOXAL, A. 0. Sanford, rraridrnt, Jan. o. ucdon. Cashier. BANK. NIICOXI) A'ATIOXAJU,Colleeest., near Union. Jno. Lum.'dcn, President, W. J. Thomas, Cashier. B AXIL, TIIIItD A'ATIOJTAX, W. W. Berry. i'rcMdent, i-klgar J ones, uasmer. OttOMX, NrTIir.KI.AM A CO., Man JL ufacturers of Doors, Sashes, Blinds, Ac, cor. of Hines and Ewinc streets. Ctlltltirrr A HOW. Steamboat Agents, Storage, Forwarding and Commission Mer chants. No. 21 Front st. upper wharf. (WltXIIMUN, W. It., A CO.. Funeral Un J dcrtakcrJ. No. 49 Church street. 0 lOIWAIC, A. S, Lawyer, Colonade Building. uncrry street, itoom no. an. Ci III: ATI I AM, ic It. A CO., Wholesale f Grocers and Dealers in fine Brandies. Wines. Domestic Liquors, Tobacco, Cigars. Ac, corner of Uoiiego and unurcn struct. 0 AIXE.VOKU A UAKKETT, Ilea! Estate Agents. Ko. 41 unerry street. "10LX3IAX, Sa. E., Physician and Surgeon ao. ot jnortn uncrry street. D I-NTO.V, I) It. j C, Office, No. 25J North Chcrrj street. DOXEESOX, MA3IUEE, Attorney at Law. No. (V514 Cherry street, up stairs. I) I7XEAI A CIIIEItRESN, Attorneys at i v on x 1 1- m i l 111 rr, iu- orm Vtucrry uirccu ,'., f. ucaiero in Jiaruware, Tj South Side of the Publio Square, at the old . m. ... fi. i , a lenoi stand PVASS, 1'ITi: V: CO., AVhclesale Dealers in XJ foreign and American JJry Goods, Varieties, Boots, Shoes, Uata and Heady-mode Clothing, no. inn uiocic posTEU BHO.S., Wholesale and Ketail Deal I? ers In flroeerief. WinM. T.lniinm. CAtrnnt Tobacco. &c, Ac, No. 33 westTlde of the Public tqaare, iNasbville. TUltJElX, .. Wholesale Dry Goods. No. 49 jl ruoiie square. rriAI.E. J. W. A ItllO.. Ininortera and Deal 1? crs in Hardware, Cutlery. Uuns, Pistols, etc.. no. uj l-uunc square. H II UltT A C., Building Material of all kinds. o voiiege street. U'i-CHISOX, Gi:o., Dealer in Wall Paper i-ainw, uoiors, Ac unurcn street. TTAMIETOX A CUXXIXUIIA9I. Dealers JJL in Hardware, Leather Belting, Bolting (-.loins. o., io. lSiNortn uoiiego street. H AKUISOX A SONS, Steamboat Agents on 11)0 JCTCC. TOIIXftiOXVIEEi: l'ACHET COMPANY, V Office corner of Church and Summer streets.. opposite fct. Uloud Hotel. KIUIIIMTKICK, XEVIXN A KEITH, Cotton and Tobacco Factors and General Commission Merchants, No. 23 South College st. r AKE IiIXSTOX ICE COMPANY, Of- 1J lice JNo. b Acrtn uoiiego street. I UCUN. W. II. A CO.. Auctioneers and Cum JU mission Merchants, Nos. 25 and 25 Collcgo ssrect. opposuo bewanee Hotel. T,fcli.Ij, int., Medicated Vapor Baths, JlIjl mnon ttreet, over xorit shook oiore. OUTOX, JAS. IV., Artificial Leg Manu laucturcr, morln cndilarkct House. M YEILS A HUNT, Carriage Manufacturers, iisortn iMarKct street. MORGAN, IRIIY, O'JtltYAX A CO., WholosaU Dealers in Dry Goods, Public exjuarc, old stand oi iruy Alorgan .t uu. M KKItlTI' A IIII.E, Dealers in Wall Pa per, rso.47 Unurcn street. rACi:Y, IRIVER A imoW.V, Dealers jlix in Hardware, runuc bquare, boutu oi ucdar street. "JVTAItR, TIIOS. S., Banker and Dealer in liX (Sold, Silver, Uncurrcnt Money, Bonds, ctocKr, etc., corner oi union and uollege streets. TV TcCREA. HUGH. A CO.. Cotton and To llJL bacco Factors, Storage, Forwarding and VOinmlssion Jlercnants. alarkct street. "VI cCEURE'S MUSIC STORE, No. 33 Union J.IX street. Urgans. 1'ianos and eheet .Music. TAEONE. JAMES C. Attorney at Law 1VJL corner of College and Deadcrick streets, west side l'ubllc square, up stairs. Mjrrt'AI.FE, IIROS. A CO., General Oil Dealers and Agents for the sal of Cotton 1 ams and blicctings, JMo.73 liroad street. TV fARCII, J. I. A SON, Manufacturers of i IX saddles and Harness and Healers in Coach and saddlery Ware, No. 11 Union street. "VrEWSOM. MOORE A CO.. Real Estate 1 and Advertising Agents, No. -id West Side of I'utiiic square. TVTEESON AMURI'REI'. Heal Estate Agents, i Cherry street, second door from Union, West side. VTASIIVIEEi: COMMERCIAL INSU- l"X RANCE COMPANY. Office in the build ing of the Bank of tho Union. 0 HEY, JOHN. Practical Tailor, No. 12 North Cherry street. IJEAEfi:, N. It., Wholesale Grocer, Commis , sinn Merchant and Cotton and Tobacco Fac tor, 47 South Market St. piOUE A. MANIER, Wholesalo and Ketail X Dealers in Fccign and Domestic Dry Goods. No. 51 Market street. PECK, P. P., Insuranco Agent. No. 31 Col X logo street. -pt.XTECO.VT. JAS. P., U. and Up Livery JL and Sale Stable, No. 30 Dcndcrick street, bo twecn Summer and Cherry. YAN. I. M. Manufacturer of French Bun Mill Stones, (3 1 lege, near Broad struct R R OSI J. A. J., Clothing of all kinds, 11 South side ruuiie sqare. ICE A THOMPSON, Attorneys, 3G union street. REII, CIIAIIIURX A CO., Cotton Fac tors and General Commission Merchants, Clark stxeat. OTATE INSURANCE COMPANY, John O Lutnsdcn, President, Josph Nash, General Agent, oflico. Second National Bank Building, College street. OMITII, W. J. A C W., Druggists and O Chciuists, comer of Church and Vine erects. QHIEEOS, GEO. A CO., Auctioneers, No. KJ Uol. ' College street. STEVENS. S. II., Dealer in Wagons.Carts.Ac. Chsttanooca llailroad. tjTRATTX, I'OIXTIIR A CO., Storage kjMrrchants and Cotton Factors. Nos. 9 and 11 Broad street, CJA1.TMIAN. T. I'., Art Gallery, corner of )Collcgo and ITnion streets. rpUnili:VIEEi: A I-UECIIEIC, Carpenters, X Contractors, Car Builders, and Door Manufac turers. Shop at tho Nashville .t Chattanooga Kail road Depot rpIIOMPSOX. R. H., HaU. Caps.Kurnishing L Goods. .tc 2S Cherry street near Union. rilAlV.E IUIO.N., Book. Binders and Blank 1 Book Manufacturers. Union and American Block. H'EXXESSIIE LIVESTOCK INSURANCE 1 COMPANY. Ncrsoin. Moore .t Co., Agents, No. 4(1 est bide Public square. rpENXESSi:t'. A NO CI'MIICRI.ANID Oil, XANI MINING COMPANY. Office No. 21 Union street 'pi:M:ssi:i; .iiaki.m: ani fire in- L Sl'RANCE COMPANY. Jos. Allen Presi dent. A. W. Butler. Secretary. No. 34 College st. UNION AM) AMERICAN OFITCE, in tho ITnion nnil American Block, corner of Cherry and Church street Counting-room in basement on Church street WlIi:i.USS, A. A CO., Bankers, dealers in Government Securities of every description: Collections made in nil parts of the United States nnd Canadaand Europe Union street, near Col lego WINSTEO. J. M., Wholesale and Ketail 71,. I--(.. I. CI .....! 11... ,1 . V , irimvi f ll Jiisvw, Ullt.ui i.iili Itnw. P rill nishing Goods, Ac, No. 10 North College street lirillTEMAN IIUOTH i:iLS, Paper Ware I hause. and Dealers in Paper Stock. No. 59 Northeast corner Pubhe Square. rAr.Ki:i:. w. G., Agent for Wheeler A II WlUoii'a Celebrated Sewinir Machines. No. 17'4 North Cherry ttreet mapihson sravTTox. HAMILTON J CIIKXr.V. iiior. a rnixTKR. bkxj. r. nov. C4IMMI.SSIOX MERCHANTS. Col t on &TobaecoFnctors, AND DKALKKS IN GRCI'.RII-.S AND PRODUCII. Nos. 8 and 11 Brwid st. Nashville. Tnn. J" Special attcnUen given to orders, lie fer to business men and rititens generally, junel! tf 1,000 WAGONS. 7 OrFKU FOH SALE ON SntUCE STREET. 1 near tho crossing of the Nashville and Chit- tnca Kallroad. and at ALLISONS A- KIKK MAN S. Commission Merchant. No. 21 South Market street, jasmine, luintwc r(L'R M1TI.E Arraj Wturens nimnlete. with doiiWe-trecs. single-tree, end -rate, feed-box, and bows at- POUR ilUEEArmj- Wans,at POUR MUEE Lumber Wagons, TOUR MUI.EWood Wagons- TtVO HORSE Wacoas, Complete TWO HORSE Aiabulanecs - OXE HORSE Carta TOUR MUI.E Log Wagons..- Parties riurohnsinrhare the tirivilcre ofaiiklnr their own sclirtlens from the immense stock on Stand. None but se-rvWcable property offcrfd. AH agent warranted one year. I0,J00 POUNDS O.U A INS. assorted t, lOo Aisu, Axes, cnovcis, spses, rieas, etc. eio 8. IT. SiTETlJNS. M - SUXS45 40U 00100 70100 ans6 . oo ri'J.E. IIENKY A CO., Wholesale Deal--OL crs in Boot. Shoes and Brogans.Ne. 60 West Pearl between Walnut and Vine streets. BARTXEY ItniSITTT, Attorneys at Law. 29 West Third street. BIS1IOI-, It. M. A CO., Wholesale Grocers, 3S Main street. B UKarET HorSE. Silas F .Miller, Proprie tor, corner Third and Vine streets. C Li EX CAY, W3L. fc SOSH. Commission Merchaati, for purchase of Cotton, Groceries. Produce, Liquors, and best Brands Hour, N. E. corner of Second and Vine streets. DAVIS, J. F., Wholesalo Dealer in Drugs Paints. Oils. Glass and Dyo Stuffs, bulwcen i , j . 'T-VfkVW!- TV' I UII -'4.k m..:if C 11 t JL Spirits, Alcohols and Damcstie Liquors and Wines, and dealers in genuino WhUkics, 17 and 19 West Columbia street. TUIKB4XKN. MOILNF. A- fit.. M.rnrnn. JC turers and Dealers in Fjfcbanks' Standard Scales, Cotton Beams and Frames, ic. No. 123 tvainni street. f L.EN-V. W3C A HOXH, Wholesale Grocers, juana. vine, between second and Pear tracers. T TANKS A I'OKTEIl. Wholeaa Orocrra XI. and General Commission Merchants, No. 45 n'P.wrvfiPAV itpnTtri'ifu ... H -" ..vr . v u. , Manufacturers of Glass, Coal Oil Lamps, it Jars, Chimneys and Lanterns, No. 20 East, cecona street. T YTEE, J. P., Wholesale and Ketail Dealer XJ-.n iiats, uaps and straw uoods,:s v est rourtb. between Alain and ivalnut streets. PEAKCE, TOEEE A IIOETOX, Importers and Jobbers of Foreign, Domestic, Staple ana rancy ury uoous, n soutnwest corner i earl and vino streets. -pRUGU A EOU-ES, Importers and Jobbers X m rorcign and Homestic Dry Goods and No tions, No. 134 Kace street, between Third and rourtn, in iisaa mocic. T)E AO, MORGAN A CO., Wboles.ile DcaW XL crs in Boots and Shoes, No. 133 Race street ocivscn mini and rounn, in r.isas lilck. OCHWEG3IANX. U., Dealer in Ciirars. Li O quors and Tobacco, No. 24 Public Landing, corner oi sycamore street w .. -, .... v. x Kirr, i rujineuir. III'VfPK 1S1,W1.- T I II... T I i . kj oonnson, uicrg. cor, oi iront ana uroadway. f lINJI.I J. P. A CO., Wholesale! and Ko- L tall Healers in saddles, Harness, Trunks, Va lises, llailroad Bags, Ladies' Satchels, etc.. No. no vt est r ourtn street. rpiIOMAS A CO.. Commission nnd Forward- X ing .Mcrcnants, Purchasers of Supplies, etc. No. 49 Vine street WYNNE, JOHN A CO., WholcsaloDealers in Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods, No. 89 I'carl, Dctween vine and flace. TirASSON, TAEIIUrr A PAGE, Cottoa I t r octors, uenerai commission Merchants nnd Healers in urocenes, rso. so Vine street WATSOX A BE KG, Wholesale Clothiers. No. iouiukd tucci, ucmecn xnira ana ronrtn in is isas isiocic. CAXXOX A ItYEItS. Wholesale Dealers in Bonnets, Kibbois, and Millinery Goods, 191 nam Eireei. petween otn anu otn. i ortn side. rUIAMISEILS. HEXRY A CO., Wholeiale I Tlniici-isto' fntn at.nnf Kntwnnn r.lt. U nearly opposite Louisville Hotel. DUVAI.E, KErCHUM A CO., Wholesalo and Ketail Dealers in Carpets, Floor Oil I'loms. iiugs, Mats, window Trimmings, a-b 81 nu, octween DiarKctanu main streets. IEEIOTr. A CO., Wholesale Grocers and duco Storage, No. 291 Main street between 7th ana &tn. 1AR1XER A CO.. Wlmpnlp(l,.r. sv yj" Main street. R. A. Shapard with this house. HOGAX A lUrEII Whole.ale and Retail Manufacturcrss of Wigs, Braids, Curls, and oilier Kind ol nair work. A'C, 85 4th, between Main ana iiiaricet streets. LOUISVIEEE UUTKIi, M. Kcan fc Co., Proprietors, Main Strain, nearly centrally ocaicu lorsicamuoais anu an trams. -pi.TUtN, WIARII A CO., WhoUsale Dealers X in seeds. Agricultural implements, Macbin cry, Ac, flf Main street Louisville. -pOGKtW, A. G. A SON, House Furnishing Ji Emporium, Refrigerators, Filters, ic, 77 East oiuo iui Bircei, near luaui. T30BINSOX, J. M. A CO., Wholesalo Deal- Xv crs in rorcign nnd Domestic Dry Goods, No tions, etc. No. 1S5 West Main street between 6th ana oin. SEEVIX, T. A R. 1). A CAIN, Importers and Wholesalo Dealcrsin Foreign and Domes tic: Dry Uoods, Mo. 217 (old No. COG) Main street, nearly opposite Louisville Hotel. ri'RIPP.EOUIS, Wholesale and Retail Dealer x in riano i-ortcs Urgans, Alclodeons, Music, kc. Nos. 92 and 94 Jefferson st WIESON, PETER A CO., Wholesale Drug- ti gists ana importers oi foreign Drugs and Chemicals. Paints, Oils, Window Glass, and Glass ware. Ac. and Proprietors of Louisville Chemicnl Works, and sell the great Saponifier. Corner of .Mam nnd otn streets. Ttf-IEIiER, Ell. A CO., Wholesale Druggists 1 1 ana ueaicrs in loDaccos, uigars, uyestuUs, Perfumery and Glassware; North Side of Main street nearly opposite Louisville Hotel. DRY GOODS. SPRING STOCK, & AT R. T. KIRKPATRICK'S NO. 55 COLLEGE ST. CAN BE SEEN THE HANDSOMEST Staple and Fancy Dry ryy qd QD liD S3 For the present season ever exhibited in this city, nil bought within the last '.hrce weeks, and what ever decline there may havo been in tho North we have got tho benefit of and will give to our cus tomers. Wedo not propose any "baits "toour customers by way of offering Staple Goods at less than cost, with the hope of making it up on other Goods, but simply to sell everything at as small pmCts as the present high rates of rents, taxcs.and expenses generally admit of. Our friends may rely upon getting the best Goods at tho lowest prices, and everything warranted as represented. Moire Antiques, Grenadines Orgumlics, I-tunis, Printed Tiineii Cambrics, Etc . Etc. Ladies in Mourning Will find full lines of every thing new and desira ble in that way. J. X C 13 G O O I) S, In groat varl'ty. In Real Point, Point Apilque, Valenciennes, etc. Ladies' Silk Sacks. Lace Points, All new and handsome. Splendid stock of G O O D S P O R 11 O Y S W T. A II. HOSIERY, of all grades and sites. 0-4, 10-1. and 11-4 Linen Sheetings. 0-1. 10-4, nnd 11-4, Cotton Sheetings. Table Linens and Cloths, in variety. Towels and Napkins, In Tariety. Together with Prints, Domestics. Cloths, Cassi meres, and every thing pertaining to a first-class Dry Uoods hstablisbmcnt Also, 4-1. 3-4. u-t tDolored and White Matting of the very best makes. apfl Sro JAMES C. MALONE, .ITTOHJYEli' JIT JDaffff", NASHVILLE. TENNESSEE. Office C7 West side Public Square, corner of College and Deadcrick streets UP-STAIKS. Post Otlicc Box 183. ian21-ly jiS. n'LACont-ix. o. w. ii. BtTLts. r. a. iswiy. Formerly of Nevins. Keith Jt Co. M'LAUGHLIN, BUTLER & CO., (Sucessors to F. A. Irwin Jc Co.) GROCERS AXt I Commission Merchants, OX1LCU IX imA.vmEK, wines axd uqroRK. ' Corner of Market and Clark streets, j xisnraLi, tixx. ' Jr We pay the highest market prices for Dried ' Fruit Feathers. Becswai. Ginseng, and; j 4 4Kb Ceuntry Produce geatrsily. I CLOTHING. J. A. J. BI No. 11 S. Side Public Sqiiare, i '. - u.; .iii.i OPPOSITE COURT-HOUSE.-' torn KAVflHU- . " -.,; . . . - i i Xa8hvilIev;r.............Teniiessee, ,..--. ij.. WU IIAVK NOW IN STOCK OVKR FIVE . IIUNLRED COATS, from the finest Linen ana Cloth to the lowest priced cloth manufactured. I'eqnc Cnssliiiorc Sultsi, Ratlsjte CoMliucrc BntUi, Drnb lVllte Salt' Eutrlisli 3Ilton, (all colors.) Sulls, French Silk Mixed Snlta, Chinese Senrancen .Suits, Creole Check Snll. White Einen Duck Hnltn. Urovrn " " Hiittli, NimulNh " ShIlh, II LACK EEHTRE CO ITS, -Mulberry colM Cloth Frock fonts, " " '" Hnck ContH, niucU '. ' ConlH, Hahlin :ii . l CoaU, GRENADINE SIEK VEHTN, WHITE N 1 1.11 VESTS, WHITE MEItNEIEEES VESTS, HKEEETOJf CEOTII VESTS. These Goods nra eminently worthy the nttention of all buyers. We respectfully invite the atten tion of the public to this very large and superb STOCK OP CLOTHING, Whether they wish to buy or not We will certainly take great pleasure in showing our goods. J. A. J. ROSE, No. 11 South Side Public Square, opposite Court ""use. apZT ?m NEW YORK CARDS. j. & j. c. coimoY,; No. 05 Fnllon Street, Sew York, HAVK ON' IIAXP, ALL KINDS OP SEIXMS, FYKES, EEL NETS, CASTING NETS, NKTTINQ OF ALL KINDS AND DIMEN SIGNS, BY THE FATHOM. Orders taken to any extent and at moderate Prices. apT 3in S. Hirscliliorn & Co,, Cigars and Leaf Tobacco XO. J-tO J'EAItL STREET, AND 100 WATER STREET, Near Wall street New York. ap 3m JPJETTUS & CO., Merchant Tailors, 531 BROADWAY, ap7 3m DAVISCOLUMORE&CO., 479 Bromlwaj', New York, (FOUR DOORS BELOW BROOME STREET.) ARE NOW OPEXIX Goods bought by Mr. Davis Collamore during his recent visit to Europe. DINNER AND TKA SETS. CIIAMItKIl SETS. PARIAN KTATI7B1TES, FINE GLASSWARE. The goods all cornice in at a Low Premium on Gold, And are offored AT Tj O IV PRICES. P. S. China Decorated: Glass onerared with crest or initisl. apO 3ra HERMANN BATJER, 01 Wnlcr Street, NEW Y O R K, SOLE AGENTS IN THE UNITED STATES AND CANADA FOR DE ST. JIARCEACX fc CO, CHAMPAGNE. AND lVrOBTERS OF BRANDIES, IVINES, AND ALL FOREIGN LIQUORS. AND HAVANA CIGARS. ap6 3ra ECCLID WATRBHOCSt. t. v. craxrsoB. K. O. riURL, AATCDUni!Or DCADI X. Pfi Hn I L.1 1 1 1 1UOL.j I tniIUL. OUij IVO. 19 NEW STREET, NEW YORK- UCY AND SELL Coia, Exchance and South ern Bank Notes, and Securities of oil kinds. MAKE COEI.ECTIOXW and Purchase Sifiht and Tims Drafts, oa all accessible points. 1JOY STOCKS AND IOED, Solely on Com mission, requirine amplenanrtn In all caset ALLOW FOUR PER CENT INTEREST on Daily Balances, subject to Sisht Cheek. 1 A3" The correspondence of our South tra Heod s regretfully loUcited. . j asul-UGia CINCnNNATr CARDS "SPENCER HOUSE," CORNER OF FRONT AND RROADWAY. CINCINNATI, .OMIO, L. A. PRATT, Proprietor. M uiiova, run ir.Atti wi.ii- l. ncc' with tho Burnet House, is now With inn 1 Jit 1 I 1a fico hia many old and valued friends throuRhoat B. SCHWEGMANN, 1 DEALER IN Cigars, IAqiors and Tobacco, No. 21 Public Landing, Corner of Sycamore, CINCINNATI. 0. mar23 dSm o o o EH EH - PR 13 rH m ' lrj-'" if or -i i, o H H o H 0 ri H H P5 Eh W P H o o Q 7 w W in PS w H PS o (V h4 B. W. TTASSOV, L.ate ot Uocbran, osson iTalbutu JRS3E B. TALBUTT. Late of Paris, Ky., jkssb w. page. t Late of Nashville, Tcnn.' WASSON, TALBUTT & PAGE, Successors to Cochran, Wasion & Talbutt, COTTOAT FACTORS, Manufacturer's Aeentx for the falo of Bagging ana nope. Gencrnl Coiiimlsnloii nml I'nxlnrp MERCHANTS, And Dealers in Flour, Hemp, Grain, Seeds, Wool, Feathers, Pork, Bacon, Lard, Ac. Ami, Exclusive accnts for the sale of J. II. Tal butt ic to. s celebrated fure topper w nisKeys, from Paris. Bourbon Countr. Kv.. No. 30 VINE ST. CINCINNATI. 0. REFKBKXCKS. Jas. A. McAllister & Co.. Nashville, Tennessee Huch McCrae t Co., " ' Evans, File & Co., . " Commercial Bank. Memphis, Tennessee. Taylor, McEwin, Duke & Co.. Memphis, Tcnn. rnaMJ dbm DR. L. L. COLEMAN AMONGST the many complimentary no tices given U3 by the press of thus city, we know of none which we deem as coming with so much heartfelt sincerity, a3 the fol owing from the Nashville Daily Union : 'At a ncriod liko the present, when our city is filllcd to overflowing with a transient popula tion, and diseases prevail to an extent hitherto undreamt of, it is proper that the means of cure diately interested should have information which will lend them to avail themselves of competent medical advice. JUcn wno nave been educated in the best schools of tho profession of medicine, and been successful in a nractice of many years, are surely wortliy ol confidence; it tney nave given their attention exclusively to one branch ol tne Drofession. and made themselves masters of it. they have still more right t expect support, more particularly if they havo afforded proof of their ability to cure, to tms latter class belongs uit. L. L. COLEMAN, who, in his specialty, has been a benefactor to tho afflicted, and may ever be re lied on as a safe and sure physician." We respectfully inform our friends that we may sun ue iuuiui ;a uur uiuce, reliev ing those afflicted with -.Ml 1 j- i ll' i; AND Venereal Diseases Also, all Female afflictioas arising from functional derangements of the "WOMB and rregular Menstruation. All ray preparations can be sent by Ei press to any portion of the country. L. L. COLEMAN', M.D. C4 North Cherry trcet, Post Office Box 502. Nashville, Tenn. Iebl3-ti DOCTOR CAEOW'S CHOLERASPE0IFI0. NOW THAT WE ANTICIPATE CHOLERA in eur midst, it behooves us all to secure, and keep on hand, some known and effectual remedy for any emergency, and this we find in DOCTOR CAROW'S SPECIFIC, which he prescribed and iisim! with such nnbounded success, (scarcely ever Insituracase.) When this scourge visited Nash ville, some years past, Dr. Carow was one of our most eminent ana succcssiui physicians, and wnen his old friends learn this remedy can be had, thou s.imls who hare tested iL virtues will not fail to huvo it on hand. It is no Patent Medicine, but a compound irom tue t'rcscripiion ot mis distin guished Practitioner. There can likewise be no better remedy for cholera morbus, diarrhoea and dyscntary. For sale by t n T T' v i. r c i, on : t .. 32 Market Street, opposite Union. mayl" tf GARDOM & RICE, PIAIM- AND DECORATIVE PLASTEEEES. ALL ORDERS LEFT AT BOX 25 POST OFFICE, OR IVo. G7 Soiilli Smuiiicr St., WILL BE PltOMPTLT ATTENIIED TO. raay& 3m GREAT I.VBUCE3IEXTS TO' CAPITALISTS. WILL OFFER FOR SALE. AT PUBLIC OUT- X c7 to the highest bidder, on Monday, the 25th day of Juno next, in front of the premises, in the city of Columbus. ranted and substantially built bouse, known oa THE GILMER HOTEL Building, with the premises thereto attached, containing orer an acre of ground. The building is on the comer of Main and SL John streets, four stories high, divided into over seventy rooms, large and airy, the basement story suited and intended for stores. TERMS OF SALE One-half euh, one and two years in equal installments for the balance, with interest thereon at the rate of eight per cent per annum, and a lien on the property until full pay ment is made. By order of the Board of Directors of the Gil mer Hotel Company. GREEN T. HILL. xnay20-wU Secretary. Administrator's Xoticc. TnE INSOLVENCY OF THE ESTATE OF Mary A. Martin, deceased, having been rag rested to the Cleric of tho Smith County Court, at Carthage,. Tennessee; all thojo having claims against said estate are hereby notified to file their elsims with the Kid Clerk by the first Monday bj October next, forpn rora distribution, D. 11. SUITE. Administrator . ofaarr A. Martin, decease . JanelS w3t CINCINNATI. CARDS. SICBIOD HASKS. VTA. J. POUTER, IIACTIS & POUTER, WHOLESALE GROCERS AND GENERAL Commission Merchants, NO. -15 VINE STREET, Wcit Side, Between Front and Columbia, CINCINNATI, OHIO. morSO d6m BUItSTET JIIOUSE. COKNER THIRD AND VINE STREETS, Cincinnati, Ohio, SILAS TP. MILLER, JPr-opirietox. THE BURNET nOUSE IS TWO SQUARES from the U. S. Mail and People ' Line of Steam ers ianmne, ana very near tne J. . .v u.u.xu. R. R. & A. 1 G. W. R. R. D Dots. Omnibuses leave the Iloose for all trains Eats, . 1 ty .1. ... i .. n est, norm ana ooiiiu. dsra uom FAX E B AN ELS' STANDARD SCALES OF ALL KINDS, Cotton Beams and Frames, . Cotton,Hay and Sag Presses, Warehouse Trucks, Baggage Barrows, COPYING PRESSES, &c. FAIRBANKS, MORSE & CO. 12K Walnut street, CINCINNATI apt ly ELSAS BLOCK. o. a. racon, JAS. LOWES, General Partners. JOS. K. GKRItAET, s. nowEEsnce. Special Partners. PKUG2I &, LOWES, Importers and Jobbers of Foreign and Domestic DRY GOODS, White Goods and Notions, XO. IS I RACE STREET, Between Third and Fourth SU.,Elsas New Block. CINCINNATI. OHIO. mar30-d6m JOHN v. TVUTSOX. JOS. L. BERG. "WATSON & BERG, WHOLESALE CLOTHIERS, No. 130 Race Street, Cincinnati, 0. WW. HINKLE, FORMERLY OF NASH . villo and Louisville, is with the above house, and will be pleased to sec and wait on his mends ana acquaintances. marSO-dGm n. R. READ. UOBOAX, BEAD t CO., ,txruvil!e. READ, M0RGA1Y & CO., WHOLESALE DEALERS IN BOOTS 1KD SHOES, 138 Race st.,het. 3d & 4th, CINCINNATI, OHIO. inar3Q-dGm T. A. TIIOUAS. I. R. W. THOMAS, R. D. U'CACLET. I sit 41 f niiirbn ' viile, Tenn, Louinille. Jvv. jUKiMa, ua. THOMAS &C0. C ) M DI I S S J O N AND FORWARDING MERCHANTS, NO. 1 VIIVTS STKEKT, CINCINNATI, OHIO, AND H o. 1 Hamilton's Building:, Corner Sixth and Main streets. LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY Consignments of Cotton, Tobacco and other "roduce Solicited. 83- We make the Purchasing of all articles of Merchandise a speciality. REFER IS XASHVILLE. TENS., TO Thompson Anderson, Berry & Demovillc, A. Hamilton. Iluirh McCrea. (J. W. Fall & Bros, Maccy, Driver 4k Brnwn. moKS diw'm SOUTHEEN MUSIC STORE. JAMES A. McCLTJRE, 33 UNION NTKEIVr, Music Publisher, And sole Agent for the sale of the celebrated i STEINWAY GPIAISTO, Also, Agent for A. H.Gale-J: Cn.'s Calenberg, and Yauptl, and other Girt class Pianos. Sheet Music, Music Ilookn, And Music Merchandise generally; Together with Organs, IlariuoniiimK, ami Mclotleons, Can be purchased at Manufacturers" Prices. Catalogue of Prices furnished upon application Music mailed free of Postage. mayl 3m FRANK MOORE & CO., 1MA2STUPAOTURERS And Dealers in Stoves, Grates, and Holloware. ETXRT DtscRtrnos or Plaia, Japanned and Prwsed Tinware: House Furnishing Goods. And all kinds of Woodware. No. 30 North Market Street, (Next doer to Tom. Well' old Drugstore.) NaihTlIle, Tea a. GUTTERLNO. ROOFING. AND REPAIRING, DONE TO ORDER. ap21 3m . TO POMTXCIANS. P HAVE A LARGE NUMBER Or LxoriLA- VV mra ITnn in AuTVTRAICS. bound in KOOK farm, containing th fall.reporuof the proceed- inn ana weecnes icr laaoia w Apply at uu ojuc. - LOUISVILLE CARDS. LOUISVILLE HOTEL, .xVrV !TS-.rvr-. -7a mopitiETons, Louisville, Kentucky. w This Houso has beon refurnished throughout. mar30-6m. o o 4 m H P5 o tf m W ed a s CO U2 m s tf p Hi O H 2 S 09 a o Hi o 4-3" O O CQ o s a: rr. a Pi d -3 o i-l C3 The Oldest Stand in the West I D. P. HOGAN & A. DUTEIL Wholesale and Retail SlanHfacturers of 117.1, Scalps, BraitU awl Oirii, and all other kinds of Hair Work, And Importers of Fancy Goods, Perfumery, Ac, 85 Fourth st. between Main and Market, LOUISVILLE. KY. Mannerof takingMcmircof a Wipbyany person 1 i 1 . 1. . 1 1 t . if . 1. nuuuu iuv ui'ou .. 111 m lines o 2. From Ear to Ear -00 3. Temple to Temple ..0 0 4. From Forehead to Napo 0 0 5. From Templo to Temple 0 0 mar20 d5m P I AJKT O S . LOUIS TRIPP, (Lato Tripp & Cmgg.) Wholesale and Jletail Dealer IS THE BEST PIANO FORTES Mas6n & Hamlins' 'Cabinet Organs; Geo. A. Princo .t Co.'s A ... 1 ! ft and Meiodeonl; Sheet Music: Instruction Books; best Italian Strinzs:and all kinds of Musical Merchandise. Catalogues of Pianos. Cabinet Organs, etc., sent on application. Sot. 92 nml 91 Jellersoii Street, LOUISVILLE. ICY. mar3I dtri- wi-w 3 $m T. H. ELLIOTT. S. It. llE.vnERSO.V. unriitiain co Ky., hast ienn J.s. Elliott, Motgomcry co., Tenn. ELLIOTT & CO., WHOLESALE GROCERS AND C0MM1SS10V MERCHANTS, (Old Stand of D. Morris,) .NO. 291 Main Street, BETWEEN SEVENTH AND EIGHTH, Louisville, Kentucky. S Liberal advance made on all Consignments to our care. We will hi I orders for lann or lumiiy supplies. mar-J wlT ED. WILDER & CO, WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS, IEAEEIt IN TOBACCOS AND CIGARS, DYE-STUFFS, HP I? m rxa ce is ANI GLASSWARE. rEJIAVn IlEMOVEOTO OUIl NEW And Spacious Warehouse, Marble Front, Xorth Side of Main ntreet, NEARLY OPPOSITE LOUISVILLE HOTEL, ONE DOOR BELOW THE CORNER Of SIXTH, Whero we have opened an entirely new stock of uooas, ana will oner to tne trade, together with DEUGS AND MEDICINES A varied assortment of Druggists' Fancy Goods. Liquors, Cigars, anil Tobacco, Comprising the most complete assortment in one houso in this country. All of which we shall offer at manufactureis'r and less than manu facturers' prices. marSl dly K.A. GARDNER. C. II. OARDNEU. GARDNER & CO., WHOLESALE GROCERS, 525 SIXTS STREET, LOUISVILLE. KY. R A. Shnnnrd. Into of Shclbvville. Tennessee. is with this tirrn and will take pleasure in waiting on his old mends. rnarjo im. TIIOS. E. W1LS05. ARTIIUR PETER. W.n.DILLIXGIIAU. ESTABLISHED YS 1S17. AVILSON, PETER & CO., Successors to Wilson, StarMrd A Smith.) WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS AND IMPORTERS OF ForeignDrugsand Chemicals, And Dealers in Paints, Oils, Window Glass and Glass Ware. Tobacco, Snuff, Perfumery, ets. CORNER OF MAIN AND FIFTH STREETS. Proprietors of the LonitvUI? Chemical Works, LiUUlSYlLiliK, JVl. MAKE YOUR OWX SOAP BY SAVING AND USING YOUR BUY ONE BOX OF THE PENNSYLVANIA Salt Manufacturing Company's Saponifier. or Concentrated Lye. It will make ten pounds ot excellent hardboap, or IS eallons of the very beit Soft Soar, fur about 25 cents. Directions on each box. For sale at all Drug and Grocery Stores, and in lots at wholesale by Louisville. Ky. mar30-13m jon WTSxr, THOMAS WILLIAMS. A. V. rcoH. JL. S. gAOKET. JOIOT WYiVXE &CO., (Successor to Wynne. Jones k Co) WH0LX3ALC DEALXRS IX Foreign and Domestic No. 89 Pearl street, between Vine and Race, CIXCIXJfATI, O. maris dCm WHEELER & WII.SOVS PREMIUM LOCK-STITCH FAMILY SEWING MACHINES. SO. 37 COLLEGE STREET, Orer Wm. Berry Jfc Co.'s Dry Goods House. DAN'L AINSWORTH. . . tsi-tr LOUISVILLE CARDS. 1JOGEUS' HouselisliiiigEmporium A. G. ROGERS & SON., 77 East Sidn 1th st, D carMain Louisville, Ey. Ameirican Patent Ice Chests and Refrigerators. Also, common Ice Chests and Lager Beer Coolers; Water Filters and Coolers; Ico Cream Frcetcrs: Torrey'a celebrated Three Minute Freeier. all siics, from one quart to twetty quarts. Also, a general assortment of housekeeper i articles: to oil of which your attention is respectfully called at Rogers' Houso FumishingEmpnrium,T7Kast Side 4th st, near Main. Louisville. Ky. (roarSO Cic CLALDITS DETAIL CT1A3. KETCimt. A. iCARRIKR. DXJVALL, KETCHUM &CO., Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Carpeting, Floor Oil Cloths, Rngs, Mats, Fine Curtain Materials and Trim mings; WindowShndes and Fixtures; House and Steamboat Furnishing Goods, SI Fourth st.. bet. Sfnrkct nml Jlaln, LOUISVILLE, KY. Tho stock comprising in part of noyai civei varpuis, English Brussels Carpete, English Tapestry Carpets. American Tapestry Carpets, ,., . Brussels Stair Carpets. Thrcc-Ply Carpets. Two-PlyCarpet?, AU wool Ingrain Carrict. tt ., , c. .Uf,mp. i-'ottoso Carpets. 9.T 1 ?niSt5!r VW.HS? Can""" ond Stair Rods. All widths Hoor Oil CTothscut to suitthc shape of halls and rooms. Having an entire new stock wo offer every in ducement to purchasers in tho stvln. nnlitv -,i price of our gooils. Wo ask an examination of uu , muu ueiiuiijjiciih nuicu wc ouer ai me low est prices. Carpets warranted as represented. To dealers w offer unusual inducements in pri ce pf all grades Carpeting, Oil-Claths, Ac i c aro prepared to have Carpets and Curtains made up at short notice. Orders solicited, which shall receive our best and prompt attention. DUVALL. KETCHUM & CO. No. 81 Sourth st,, bet. Main and Market, mar31 3m i". U ' .lLtiwiiiUiitntMat BUILDING ULITEBLVX. Notice to Persons Building. IN VIEW OF THE FACT THAT TIIKHE IS i no ONb PLACE in the city where one can be supplied with material requisite for ItEIEDIXR PITIll'OSES. we havo established a depot at jVo. 6 College Street, where wo will keep constantly on hand a large stock of LIME, HYDRAULIC CEMENT, PLASTER PARIS, LAND PLASTER, LATHES AND ILVIR, SD NAILS, WHITEWASH BRUSHES, FIRE BRICK AND CLAY, etc. Farmers wishing' Enml IMnfter for fertilizing: the Soil, cnii be fiiriii.thcI at Ion- rntCN nt thN OFFICE. IITJDR.T &; CO. mh25-3m RAGS! RAGS! RAGS! WHITEMAN" BROTHEKS, I'APEIt WAUiaiOESI TfILL PAY VE CENT3 FOR CLEAN T i Cotton RAGS, in quantities of 100 pounds or more. The highost price paid for old Bagging, Woolen Rags. etc. WHITEMAN BROS., feba-tf No. 59 N. E. Cor. Public Square. ARTIFICIAL LEGS DR. DOUGLAS riLY'S PATENT ANATOMICAL BALI, AMI KOCKET JOIXTKII ARTIFICIAL LEG. Manufactory and Office: 7n the City Hall, North End oJMarlel Building Public Sguare, XASirVIEI.E, TE.VXESSEE. IIIIS LEG has an odvantigo pojocssed by no JL other Artificial Leg, having a Forunrtl and Nll Motion, tho same as the natural foot. The Springs aro Rnbber, and consequently there is no rattling as iu other legs. The undcrsignod has purchased the right to manufacture) this Leg fur a term of years, and respectfully refers the public luBiijr ui iiis iiueuu iu iiuauvme or vicicuy wcai imr his make. He is an cxitcrioncetl and nrntiml workmanin the art himself, nnd gives his Personal attention to qvcry case. Ho also employs none but me inosi competent nanus. I'erfcct Sntifncllon Unnrnntenl In nil Canes!, and refercnto by name given when ever required. Address Box 0 7 0, Nashvilla. JAMES W. MORTON. marCO 3m Manufacturer CONDEII'S Artificial Arms and Legs, fPHE LATTER HAVE BALL AND SOCKET JL Jvla 1. giving tne foot tne forwunl and side motion; these limbs are light and durable. Al.n M : itTTT.'rnr k T HUMAN EYES the latter inserted without pain by AJiC ISUICIIJI.I Office on the Square, ncxtto the corner of Cedar sir ct. Office Hours. 9 to 12 and Zi to 5J. nprlT-.lm Ayer's Cathartic Pills A RE THE MOST PERFECT j 1. Pnrgative which we are Wkjr . able to produce or which we think "fcjr has ever yet been mode by any H Ht body. Their effects have abund--JbbL. jBX antiy shown to tho community Jf how much thoy excel tho ordlna- W tt medicines in use. They are safo, and pleasant to take, but powerful to cure. Their Dcnetratinc nrouerties stimulate tho vital activities oi inn oouy, remove toe oWi uetions ol lis organs. Durirr tbe blood, and tir;.' disease. They purgo out tho foul humors which breed and grow distemper, stimulate slurgish or disordered organs into their natural action, and impart a Healthy tone with strength to tne whole system. Notonlrdo thrv cure the everv-dar eomnlaints of everybody, but also formidable and dangerous diicases. While they produce powerful effects, they aro at tbe same time, in diminished doses, tbe safest and best physie that can he employed for children. Being sugar-coated, they are n leas- ant to take: and, being purely vegetable, are free from any risk of harm. Cures havo been inade which surpass belief, were they not substantiated by men of such exalteU position and character, as to forbid the suspicion of untruth. Many emi nent clergyment and physicians have lentthtir names to certify to the publiu tue reliability of our remedies, while others have sent us the assurance of their conviction that, our Preparations contri bute Immensely to the relief of onr afflicted, suf fering fellow-inen. Tho Agent below named Is pleased to furnish gratis our American Almanac, containing direc tions tor int use and certificates or their cures, oi tbe following complaints: CosCveneu. Bilious Complaints, Rheumatism, Stomach, Nausea, Indigestion.Morbid Inaction of the Bowels and Pain arising therefrom. Flatulency. Loss of Appetite, all iJiseaies which reiulrean I evacuant medicine. They also, by purifying the blood and stimulating theivftem. cure many com plaints which it would not be sup pond they eould reach, such as Deafness. Partial HlisdncM. Neu ralgia and Nervous Irritability, Derangements of tbe Liver and Kidnen. Uout. and other kindred complaints arising from n low state of the body. or oDzirucuon oi ns luncufius. Do not be out off br UBDrincinled dealers with other preparations which they make more profit on. Demand Ates's and tako n others. The siek want the best aid there is far them, an.! ther should bare it. Prepared by J. C. AYEIt A CO., Lowell. MLMsu-hmMti and sold br Druggists and dealers every where at wholesalo and retail ; in Nashville by BERRY. DEMOVILLE WHARTON. Junel-J AJ WM. CXIXtAY. r.O. CLISEAT. CZO. B. WXIDLIK, c. r. ciKXgAr. WM. CLENEAY & SONS, COMMISSION MKKCIIAATS, For the parchua and ule of Cotton, TobacoO, jrioar, ursin. rw. oucou. aatu. )inmp, Whiiky. Gra Seed, aad all kindi of Pro dace, and Dealen In pare Boarbcn Whiiky. .V. E. Carntr of Second and fta Slrt, C'lncinnutl, Oblo. Agenti for "Sunny Bide. "Broa4 Gnage." Lal Tender." "HomeCoufort." Andnon'i Choice," and itagncll Aiili XXX Family Floon. JS3- Liberal Advance mods on Coailgnmuti. raarSJ dAwfitn. GROCERIES, XIQUORS &c 8. tt. CHKATIAX. a. r. R.B.CHEATHAfe; DM,LERS Id PINE 1UIaN1)JLES3 riiN'ES, DOMESTIC IIQ1J0ES, TOBACCO, CIG-AR etc., etc., Cor. College ami Church .Nisi. lYAsmriLra, m.v, . KEi:i COXTAJiTEY OS KAMI AMI FOIt SAEE 100 bags clioicv Rio Cofiee. 125 bbla Crushed, Powdered and flruim . I.itpd Snirar. 140 bbk Goflec Sugar. 25 " " No. 3. 150 kits " Xo 1, 2 and 3. 200 boxes Star Candles. 125 " Soap (assorted.) 5 Tierces fresh Rice. 25 bbli Cider Vinegar. C50 " Extra Family Fleur, Siirfog- field and Port Royal Milk. 100 bbl. j bbkand kegs country Lard. 5 tierces Dried Beef. SObbls If. O. MoIas!es and Strap. 50 Ibis Sorghum Molasses. 10,000 ba-hcls Cotton Seed. Together with an iwortmtut ot' FRESH CANNED FRUITS, KOCH AS Strawberry, Peaches, Tomatoes, Piekles, Viicltitfkw Oyster: Brandy Peaches, and Cherrieti, Wo r ecs t crsh S r e and Pepper .Sauce, Spices, Pepper, ete., etc. LIQUOBS. AUOXOST WHKH AEtft G J Pipes Fine Brandy, IIenne?cv, Otanl, Dupcy & Co., PintoCasttllon; vintage, 1840, '62,andfr 3 United Vineyard; PrepnetentjlSIQ, 4 J Rocholle, 3 Puncheons bcKtlrishand Son:h Whiskr, 2 I Pipes Jamaica Rum, 6 Pipes N. K " i5 I casks Sherry and Port AVIne, all gradoa, 8 J cask pure JIalga Wine, 4 Pirws pure Holland Gin, 75 boxes St. ifarceaux Champagne, 30 " Cabinet " 65 " Hcidsick " 125 boxes Claret, very fine. W II I S K Y. 10 bbls "Old Crow," 1855, warranted -u-pcrior to any ever ollerid in IN'aMiville. 185 bbls piireRcibcrton County, old and line, 130 Bourbon, all grades, 23 " Apple Brandy, pure, 8 " Peach Brandy, pure. Anise t, Curacoa, Absynthc, Maraschino, Wamjmo Dratlos, Plantation and Jlokcrs' Hitters and London Club. 15,000 fienuino Imported Havana Cigars. 110,000 Baltimore, all grades; Together with a general assortment of Staple and Fancy (Irocerics. it. "ft. ciriLiTiiAiir &. co. Janl6 47, 47. "N. B. PEAECS, (OF AjIKANSAS,) WIIOIiKNAIsK ttllttCEK AND COMMISSION MERCHANT, COTTON & TOBACCO FACTOR 47 South Market Street, Nashville, Tenn. . ; . . : . . . SONSIGNMKNTS OF COTTO.V, TOBACCO. Pork. Bocon. Uird. lur. vtitaky, and ther rketablo Produce and lerebandlfe. aelMted, Liberal advances made en eaufgnment, and willendeaver to return O.CICK SALES A.VI) I'no.1IITKETim..H Particular nttfntion given t tbe filling f l'l.itit er'a onlera fur pfatntatin iirHe. A large and well-nleeteU Hipply ef Groceries and Liquors Kent mm tantlr en hand, tti he ttA it tbe kwmt market price, ftr eab. jan'Jl-tl A. is. J'iiiii TAVEL BROS., Sttvcrmtm fol'sul I'.Tntrl, BOOK BINDERS, UULEKS, A!ft Blank Book il niifacturcr, fOULD renpeetfully annujoe te tbe puhHr. V I nd espeefally to the ornert uf OannH . Uouru, ItailreAd", iiantf, lurase Cmiiimh, Ac, that they are prepared t raakr, on rbwt f tlce, and ef the bat material, all kfnd of BL-A-IsTS: BOOKS! Of any lito orthape, P.ule-ltoaay pM'm d4fd We keep comtantly on hand a large tmmtUatM at BLANK I'Al'Kli. fifths bent make, rixl ar dMy inereulng our faolUtlei fer doing work. In Kjiixo or Ninnll Qtinntltiea. Having a long' ezprien in nukisg Ekfr different CoorU la tbe Stat?. w have paHrni mr many of the Docket and other Beck in)f cued. We are alio prepared U Mod aM Us4f f BOOKN, KAO,ZIXIS, 3ICSIO. In tho bcti ityles. and on theft netite. (Union & AmcHcxn Block,) Cherry Street. Up Stairw, X.A.1HTIIO.K, tks.v ai-21 3m FOIt RENT OR X.EASE, THOUR DESIIUBE .WORE HOUSES. X. 41, 414. O and B4. and a Urrt Briek Dwel ling, corner &jojro and College itrejt. Alio, for rent. Dr. J. JL Watjon'-deflrabU rf dence. with UJ acres, conwr of Spruco anilJfk aon trU juit ouotde Oj thoeornoratfen. Ap ply to J. L. A K. VT. lOW. , Real Eitit AgenU, SSji Vnhn iU JaneU 3t