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THsjRSIAY, FUBUDAKT 21J-I807.
Largest Circulation In City and Slate. THE 1USCONSTMIOTION Ml'DDIiK Tlie House Itprite lo Concur in Shcr iinn'N NnbRtltiiiP, nitil A "( Ponfor smioc CoiuiiilTtVi'-Tlie Sennli- luslsli on Iftt rollon-IHflcrciiccji siiiosl Imiiotit; tlie Kriillenl I nlori-il -liiS Outline or lliitiiil KniHcnl Ilci-uriMtriirtioii In n Itail iVy. The House Kitenltive8 haying re in ed lo concur in the action of the Senate, adopting 9iernun'i 1411 on reeofWlriieUcHi u) lien of Stevens' military govftTBfMrijt bill, previously by the mine, and that action bvmg n coAtrahn'ioaled to the Senate, on the 184h, the following de late and proceedinyjirerehad Mr Williams mom! that tlie Senate in ist on the am8dinipt4 U:lhe.retfnIrnc ii n Vttll. ami afire to Ate conference called t. r by the Ilotine. Quite a Ungtliy debate milled. Mr. (Bftes tWughtitMU toa ilieMrit a bill to entnint it to the conference com mittee. The diflerence between the two House) was a fundamental one. He ahonld vbect te any otmyrom'me. , , Mr. William favored the (iwiferenre ( uiimittee. I f I repert wan not salisJac- i ty it could be voted down. Mr. SmaMr-fidroMted thq. committee as the onlv Wav of accomplishing the desired rt'Altl Mr I'oaii-roy did not think it tiumible to p3 an acceptable hill at tLittfage of tin? -.e-M.ii, vim or without r CftH&reftr Ootn- uiittee. Mr. Sherman would, under ordinary cir- uiuManM, vvt for a Committee f (Jn (i riiKc, Imt it wi known that the opposi u.ii, i.i the Semite amendment in tlijn caw a initio be reconciled without surrender ii.!' the prtucip1t upon which the lull was mined. The opjiosltioii tollie bill came ti mi two extreme view in the Howse one a t-rtiny that tlie TCebel States were now i. titled to representation, and the other lulieving the lennu of the bill loo liberal. He dkl notenie hew a Conference iCowmMt-it-c roulil mth- thit difleranc, JMsI'tssjtilit ii Ie4 for the Hwate to iniitt olill further in lit amendments, and give the II on re an t icr opiwrtiiHity to agree with the Senate. Mr Hetidrirt;H, wished to nay he did not I. ire the l'reiilit to take advantage of ibe ten day" allowed to defeat thin hill. He inl nut think there wax any reason to he in-ie the I'remdeitt would decline to act if In- bail time allowed him to du ho. iie liMireil this quoMion lo go to the country i In- fairly ami wjuarely wet. He should ml agree to a committee of conference. lln- resolution of the cominillee on the lart of the Hotwe did not justify him in i In- hope that anything like the Senate pro I' .siti.in wonlil he the result ef a t'opfer- uce Mr. PoiUeroy rdpcaled lila belief that the lull intild not become a law this notion, iiher throueli the Conference Coniniillee 'i lher mean. Mt. Lane could not arw to the Con- ii reiuv t oiinnittec hecjiuw the Nint at in ui lielwcen the two hotwen was elemental in.l limdiunwilul. iie wtmld not agree lo Itlaine'-i aiiiendment. Mr l-eHefHlen mid tlie bill failed in the Monte, a lie HnderMood, because Mr. Klainen aniiiHlmenl, an redrawn, was bought iiottoafliird Hiillicient protection lo i -val men. Mr. Howard xaid tlmt hh Mr. KeswmdeH bad not not ntnteil his objection l Mr. lilaine's amendment while the bill was un ln liHoiiNtMOfi in the Senate, lie (Howanl) h i imwHIiBK to tnt IIIh imporlatit Kiib !. t tn the Lkuumittee on (Vuiference. Such air nun- ought to be settled by the two li.iim-M in open Mcwioii. Mr. I'eswnden mid that in withdrawing i.i ibetiiiinH to Mr. lilainc'rt amendment I., did ho with the Ntrict uiiderHtaiiding ibai there would lie mi debate on the He I ubli. an nide. Mr. Howard mid it was not Imp that he i ..pjKwed to Mr. Hlaine's amendment as i h ti incorflrated in Mr. ShermnnV bill. Hi voted for it. while Mr. Kessenden wan ,.inllv asleep in his lodgings paired oil" Ixi avoiding it Mr. l efwenden explainwl that he wa .Iwent when the vole was taken. He had I aired oft", and leing Mai: had retired from be chamber by the advice of friends. The ntlpman from Michiran nnt not lectnre i. .i.i i Mr. Femendcn) for being out of the and glorify himself for staying here. Mi Howard replied that he, ivot bing awan- nf the Senator's icknesi, remained .i. hi seat lieeauso he was well, attd volel i .r the measnie. This was the extent of I. is ofl'ense Mr Wade lielioved thin too grave a tual t. : to luave at thin Mtage of the ecnmoii to il.e t onunittee of Ponference. He did not tiLc home things mid by Mr. Fiweenden i bat he was praimit while the deljate went n thai there wore feature in it objection-abb- to him, yet he would not uxprew hi 'ppnsition toil. He (KafcietHlcn) oighl to t.im slated bis oWwtiiHi and prex-nted it. lU-nK-iiilier, he did not like this way of Limp, biisinesa in the Senate. He did not like in bee men fail to melre their oiiposi "in la a bill. Mr. Feaeenden replieil to Mr. Wade Mr Urown oposel theCJoflference Com . ..itco The subject was of too prove im , rtaiicc to consent to that. -I i Williams said he had waited wntli . ii. ? iii.inth lor more exerteneed legiela . Jo bring forward ramethiug on recon i iii li. in. bu4. deing disappointed, be had ir. ..lin ed a bill. His design was tirM. to ,n..rl tnilitarv protection, ad provide for . oii-trnction afterward. He withdrew I t- motion to appoint a L'onlerence Com- uillee O Mr Sherman movwl the PtHl C 'li its HHIetldulent. Mi Tiiimbulldid not regard the bill as it uue tiom the Houw, called the military lull, ot the aiiglttent iwiHH-tance He (bought that HNnetliing else beside this ught to lie ineorporated in the new WH. He therefore Aivored the lllaine amewd .ornt. He thought it iwilainwleverythiiw i.. (iiued as guarantees. He was opposed ' ibe (Nmfereivce Uimmittee. He also albi.b-.l to the freeilmcnV bureau. Ib..iih it waa true that Howanl was at its b. id, the President set aside his orders t.. iih iHIv, when he or his Milwilinalei' b i.i attempted t. puuwh. crime in the South. I In- Preside! had reeewllv paiilinusl the ..oinlerer of a Negro in Virginia, and has , jub iicl ttther rriminalatMi lite imihi- ... uiliitioi if HtsW liovcrHor. Mi. Sumner agrted with what Mr. Ii mibiill said alto the Kxeoulive. llie - ii it ditKcuUi! tf the present iitowent a..-.. hiKH tHe bud man in the F.xecntive . I. ui. Mi Sitmnan eaid llmt the hill ivmUiined .11 tbat Mr. Sumner ami his friend had in clatMeiU It inffHcMsed the hWks ji..lje the liallot to every black man in Ho Nmili, Imt it was ol)ef!ed that it did . 'i di-lraui'hise the withes. Tltt people i bi. did not demand sih-h disfranchist- i..i ui Tbis I "oil crew wtwld Hover agree i.. H i lull ilVMnmehisee 'tht leailiu In bil ill the Smith under the isHioliti: ..ual aiiHUid went, anl wes Hot llwl . ....in b ' Mi Wilson spiK-aled to the Senate Jo uli s vote and decide the fate ui the bill. II. hoped It wthl. Miei lot titer debate tlie Senate incited . 1 1 aiiif!tdmeHlaHd look a rec?-4. I HT IJI'IMTION' IN THE HCM'Hi:. Hie aitioB of lite Sef(6 hsvig lieen luiiiuiiicalitl to the HtHwe, at its night . i .ii .hi tin- i-twe day. that kdy proceed i I i i.. I lows : t in- message froH the Smtyt. amtoHH.o ibsl it Nsisied mt lite a&tndnent to i. iinlttirv Itill, was read. Mi Hlaine uiored that the Tlmise recede ' a. it disagreement tltereto. i naleaMiHihttom. wtlh Mhe-foMovPlwy u liui-ot 1'rovHled that no iienwi ex - I.l f'r.ibi the itrl7iW(v of holding oittVe 1 - ii .- td proftaaUian of amMlitteiM lo .nMitnfioii at tit I'nned Stale Mian 1 1 . neible to election m Jiuiwiiar M the owinioiiu Wm a constitution tor ant of t sul ltettet AtaiM, nbr mil an jH-rn . t lor wtmbwyof Mrnt. Mr KUitae fed lite previous question Mj." HMriUfe momi to tMe theWH. VOL. ,XXXiIl. 5 Rcfatedyeita 3, 1 HavM 101, Mr, Stevens notvotlng. Mr. Finck, a a beginning of the filibiiK tejihg movement, moved a reeesa till one ot:fick. A large nurabjsr of dilatory niofione were made and several votes taken. At 11:10 p. M. Mr. Wilmn proposed that tw5lmiK adfoiirn, with the understanding llmt a vote be taken to-morrow, after the resting of the joarnal. Mr. Mwehewl otgeclea. a Mr. ScofleW moved tlmt the Honse ad jfnifn. Carried. ' r TENNESSEE LEGISLATURE. r - . Nennie. 'WEiKrsDAY, Feb. 20. The Senate met iHjrwmnt to adjournment, Mr. Speaker Fri- erfcon inihe chair. Mr Bh, from the spemal commit tee fn the anhject, presented the following re port; fllr. Speaker : The special committee, apptiintetl to investigate into the character, aifiMint and condition of the uncurrent and wsrtliloaa money in .the liand of .the Trea. er, repoH inWA&A: 'HMm uf Ibe Bank f 2UtMU. AA , . . TBSn ...2iJti Kites ul tlie Bank ef TeRtiaMe, new frwic .- ........... ........ ... (W faitrurrmt mooej- issued by thirty even Southern banks 6.S00 W The ooinmittee reoomraend a sale of the uncurrent money, amounting to 6,690 00, 'and herewith present a resolution valor izing it sale. There in also in the care of the Treasurer $ld,000 of the old issue ofthe Hank of Ten newee which ia a jmrt of the assets of the lnk, and ahonld be turned over to its President and Directore; the fame having been received bv a oommilteeof the House ef Representatives, to investigate the Shel byvMWiliwnMyXrowBar. il of noW Branch iknl:. bv ill Ii. W!tferVWrar Mf thH habf the Jhrii!l(a -&b.1 in Aajtor nf'i Tm iBBiKtillee jecoinniajubT ilel,tery to fly. Iwnlyt and prewnifPryflnlution autliMtTrn ItitMB, W. BoOJf, ChairmttD- (J lifewwfMf. Sinter, tliageBgtgypk a reeWiWHsm fife ITotise nt'ffinnWn, lo elect a State Printer and Comptroller. On motin ef Mr. Cate, Senate hill No. V17, to authorize the organization of a Stale fJuard, was taken up on the House iiuiendment to the name. Mr. ('ate moved to concur in the amend ment. Carried by ayes 22, noes 1. So the bill becetnes a law. On motion of Mr. Thompson, theSenale adjourned until to-morrow morning at ten o'ulock. Ilotmo of ItctircKc ntnllvcs. Wi!iK1iay, Feb. 20. The Houce wa called to order at fl o'clock, acting Speaker Mutiny in the chair. 1 SENATE Bir.T.S. The hill authorising the Winchester and fthilmma railroad to use solid rail in itx construction, was adopted after neveml aiiiendmeiilR had lieen tacked on. IN CONVENTION. In accordance with joint resolution, both HeiiKen met in convention for the purjio.se of elecling a Comptroller, and Public Printer. Mr. Carrigau was under the impression that, if the terms of the constitution were cnnijilied with, the prenent Ijegislature had no right lo elect a Comptroller. The ohjec tiim was overruled by Ihe Prewideiit. riinuc r it inter. Nominations for Public Prinler being in order, Mi. Senter nominated S. C. Mereer, of Davidson county. Mr., Johnson put in nomination Col. John P. Urownlow, of Knoxville.. Mr. Sheppard nominated G. "E. Qrisham, of Joneaboro. Mr- Tharjie put in nomination J. A. Eaton, of Memphis. The name of Gen. aton was withdrawn. On the firat ballet the vote stood ; Mercar . 57, Urownlow 15, Grisham 17, Boberts 1, l'Jaton 1. Total 91, necessary to choice 40. Mr. Mercer having received the necessary number of votes, was declared duly elected Pnldic Printer for the ensuing two years. "OMrTBOLI.EH, Nominations being in order for Comp troller, Mr. Melton nominated U. W. Blackburn. of Maury county. .Mr. iillie-tt neiniHleil IS. S. Wheat, of Rutherford county. Mr. Hall put in norainntion J. J. MathewKon, of Henry oniuity. Air. trimble nominated h. P. Cone, of D.ividion oountv. , , 11 Mr. Smith, f Hardenm a, ftoaJnatwl J. F.. Merryman, of Hliefby c-ounty. Mr. McElwee put in nomination John Martin, of Shelby count. Mr. Nlon noiaiMtecLP. M McFall. ef Slwlby iXMinlv. The first ballot resrdted as follows: Blackburn, 26; Cone, 17; McFall, 13; MatbewwMi, 10; Marthn, 9; "What, 8; M iTynian, 7. No elf-ction, forty-seven lning necessary w atrhWevc. In the seoonti liallaL the vote &tood as follow: IllockhnrR, 7; Owe, 30; Mo Fall, 10; Mathewsore, lfi; Martin, 0; WliMt, 7; Merryman, 10. N election. Adjourneil until 2 o'clock. APTEKNOOK SESSION. In C-onvention. ITlie llloling for Comptroller was rewutied, Mr. Martin's name being withdrawn. The third Ullot wa taken with the fol lowing result: Ulackburne 26; Cone 19; Mel'all S; Mrfhewson 14; Wheat 9; Mer ryman 10. !fo election. The name of Mr. "Wheat was here with drawn. In the fourth ballet live result stood: l'.larkhnrne '28 ; Cone 25 ; McFall 7 ; Mer ryman 10; MatheKHMi lia. Na election. The fifth liallot resjxlted as follows : Hlaekbnrne 30; (owe 'M: McFall 7; MerrynwnW; MatbeiVHaii 2o. No eleclton. McFall ami Mcrromen were here wilh ilrawn. The si xth liallot atooJi : lllacklmrne lr ; CiHie :tt ; Matbewson .'. necessary to an WIH-tilMl 4(1. The name of Mr. Mt.thewsou was here witlierawn. In the seventh ba Hot the vote stood : ISIarklmrnc 55 ; Cone '3b. Mr. ntackburn ltatrtng received the lie-isj-arv nnmiierof vtrte, was declartMl duly fltTllHl. The conveM4ion wi. then dissolved, and btHinesg in tite liome rtwumeu. Sewtle hill providing for the erection f h tatWe Gallic to Abraham Lincoln, to be plrtced iH the rapitol, was taken up. Mr. Kichnls, while ikying a high com pliment to lite deeeted President, said he could not -vote for the hill. .Mr. Pirien sjioke; feelingly of Mr. Lin coln, atrrihtitinfr to him the nobleM quali ties of head ami heart. On Atetioti n4' Mr. Smith, of Ilardvwan, thelHll wai inCvrmally passetl over. Tht lTotUHtheo .tdMtrnetl HHtil Uo'clouk fci-Huirrow . tiii: i .iu:uuKorxi railways r l.OXHOX. A Nf u York ImiineM man w4tfei from UiHilo H mnler date January 'JO : ISa't Ihe let U their exteiwlreiivMem of underground railways. It is perfectly woiederfiil how they erk the people alioiH, at the rate oi .-4hk Meen mHm vm Umr, IktHn oe eml of the town to another, and :Kno and miitd, MApf 4ng about every half mile, at -HHHe iieominent coter, at a 4,-Uion, frotn which von ewerge to the ui- per air, ami tid yoMiweif temewhere near where y on hmi! to lie, ami mile from bere von wetv a huff or three-qnarters of an Itowr ago. Tlieee traim mn enith way, tMting lioiWe tnMka, iWul every tat minntea, mi. ihotmb ami weeing they oftM oonifto(iwraM'iMit oaw. holdinf llnrtr or fortr vnm en. i o re -'r - - - smOK.. ' lighted with gas not the tunnels, except It etations so that you can read your pa pera; and there i no smell of smoke, or lene of suffocation. Hojv they ventilale ihem so well 1 oan hardly see. A FRAHFFL DISASTUK. Kililosion of tlie Dnvlit Whllc-Alioilt Tlilrty I.Ives; Lost The Hont anil Cnrgo a Totnl Loss. troin the Memphis Avalanche, iel. 19. The David 'While was engaged in the few Orleana and .Louisville trade, and wa3 lund, at the time of the explosion, for the laller point. She left New Orleans wilh a vry full trip of jvassengers and freight, and had reached: a' wlnt about twenty miles aljove Vicksburg when she exploded, lit erally tearing her to pieces, and sunk from the efiecta in about ten minutes. Captain Dan Kinney, in Command of the "White," was lost. He was an old Louisvillian, minding in the front rank of steamboat-, men, by reason of his long experience, carefulneas, popularity and ability to man agie all the intrieale details about a hteain lidat, of which the oufside world knows but little. His nntimclv death will be mourned b a large circle of sorrowing friends. The nw-onynrer,' ine-imi inalP, flic sinvpr, a number of the cabin and deck crew, and about twenty cabin passengers, are iepoited lost. The dinaster occurreif yesterday about noon. The Ned Tracey, hound upwards, came up with the wreck, and rendered valuable assistance in rescuing the wounded from watery graves, and even many who were floating about on portions of ,the. wreck. Tlie Ned Tracey is hound for this port and is due sometime to-night. We Ie4rn the alnive meagre particulars from a private telegram sent to a lady fn this city' announcing the loss of her son, who was engaged aa striker on the boat. i'he David White was valued at ahout fifty thousand dollars, and was owned by ler iirat cicrK, t;apt. htiaw, and several liter parties in loiiisvule. She was artially insured in Cincinnati ofh'eea. The nargo, which was verv lartre. is a total lois. In our next issue we hope lo be able to 'T .ton ... . jay me nut particulars before our readers. - Later intelligence rejiorts that Capt. Dan. Kinney was not lost, but was badly cabled. Era. Union anh Dispatch. NASHVILLE B0A1U) OF CLAIMS. Jroerly Seized hy Ihe I'eiler'il Ar lillcs Tlie AunrilH ol llie .Vnstiville Bniu-il Itejeeled Letter I'rom n .Mem. Imt of tlie Hoard, elc. From the Cincinnati Gazette. Nasiivii.i.k, Tenn., February 12, 1S7. Cait. William JMim. Dear Sir: In an swer to your inquirie' respecting the Hoard of 'Claims which sat at our capital from MhrchlCth, I8(i:i, to March 20th, 1805, I beg leave to state there were presented to the Koard about twenty-two hundred claims of various amounts, from twenty dollars lo one hundred and eighty-nine thousand, amounting in all to upwards of four millions. Up to October 1st, 18G4, under an origi amounting to $2,632,871 10 ; amount proven and awarded, $l,02u,i:i: 02 about thirlv- nine per cent. Of this entire number of claimants there were only ninety-two who did not vote for "separation," as will be seen by refer ring to a full record filed with Ihe papers of: the IJoard in the War Department at. Washington. The claims of loyal persons were small, not amounting to six pur cent, of (he amount filed with us. For some reason unknown to iif, the werk of th? Board was brought suddenly to'a close before it had completed its task. The bonks and papers on hand were turned over to Captain Cist, of Ueneral Thomas' stall', and I fear were lost or misplaced there, as I have received several notes from tlt department respecting them, and only escaped importunity upon the subject by sending a copy of the receipt for them i i. f . -. . i n- . . . . Bigneu uy captain iisi iiimseu, tne original i oi wnicn was nciu uy Lieut. Uroesocrl:, oiir Judge Advocate at the time wc closed. llie entire work of the board, wilh a full docket of awards and a marginal statement of character, up to December 10, IHOI, is in tlie War IJeparlment at Wash ington. I saw it there, it havinp- been sent by (ten. Thomas on the eve of the battle of Nashville. Since that time manv orj nearly all ef those claims have been got up in a new sn.ipe, or are lieing remodeled, many of them enlarged, certificates of loy ally in many cases procured, and thus re vved, are sent to Washington by claim agents for collection, and of course many of them will be paid, and much labor and ex pense be laid upon the various disbursing departments to which they are presented ii mis snouiu be allowed to go on, the gov ernment will eventually nav the entire Amount of the claims, and millions more tlmt will be trumped up here and all over the State, instead of paying the just awards of that court, about one-seventeenth being the claims of truly loyal persons, and a small addition for the very poor and help- ieps. Our awards are based on facts. Our re corded evidences filed with each claim, nnd it examined will prove the correctness of the award, as well as the status of the claimant. Had we felt all this workof ours was to be foolishly kicked to one side, I, for one, would not have sat on the board an heur, nor would any other honest man. I know it will be not only a great mistake, but also an immense loss to the government, to set aside the decisions and actions of that board. An act of Congres should ap prove its findings, and by so -doing would save about three and a third millions of dollars, do justice to poor loyal claimants, and shut Rebel claims out forever. To me it is exceedingly mortilying to be asked daily by claim agents who are remodeling these Hebel claims, about the character of the claimants, whether Ihey are loyal or net, what is the number of their claims, etc., etc., and I feel satisfied no stone will be left unturned that will aid in ijrltin.' most of these claim paid. If you have-any friend in Wa-bington tllat could be relied on to bring this matter to notice, so as to sanction the action of the lioanl.it will save much labor and money, and jtrevenl our government from beiiig swindled by known Rebels. Congress should pan a law continuing the findings ofthe board, and by a small appropriation provide for the claims of the loyal and destitute here. It is really very hard for thee jH'Mons to pay fifteen or twenty per cent. tt their claims to agents for collect ing them, after waiting three or four years. If 1 c.u render yon, and through you the .country, any further assistance in this matter, 1 will cheerfully do so. I have a copy ofthe liook in my jKxss'mn. I hold it a solemn duty, which 1 will willingly discharge, to d( anything in my power to jiave our government from the claim agents and Rebels. Yours, respectfully, Wl I.I.I AM DftlVKK. tSoMK months since, H. Cook, of Bristol. Ml., Henry Stanley, of New York, and a buy named Louis Niv, also ofthe Iat named place, weitf to Turkey, and formed the henwie project of traveling with out asspiirts, or the protection of any kind, overland lo China. They had no knowledge ofthe languages of the country tltrough which they wore to pa, and part of their money was in greenback ami the remainder in American gold, neither of which are current in Asia. They did not get very lhr. fhr they were .issai'ned by a gang of Turkish niHkns, wIm robbed them, Wides committing hwible otUraue on the boy. Throweh the instrumentality of oiir MlnitVr at IVmswntinople! the robbers have lieen arreted, and HHilenced to five yaars hard labor. .The three (Msailants of the boy tire (A he exeotnVd, and the Turk ih gHtliM-ities will py aver he $4,090 utilen from the party. nal order that is, "Field Order No. 9, l'.jr. IH," da'te.'.March 13, 18C3 we tried, completed, anil awarded 14S9 claims. NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE, IH67- - - - isr.7 BLC)02 HORSE ASSOOIATIO.V tlOIIltSE, NfiNlivitle, Tenu. aUIE SPRINU MEETINii WILL COM . mence Tusnday. May itb. and continue du ring the week. 1'IItST IUY. TUK YOl'NU A.MKHICA 3TAlC14-rt)r Two Year Old. Dath of Three-Quartewf ,Mile. iZ, Play or Pay. The Assooiatina to add $HW. Ki-roml Ree. ASSOCIATION PrRSK-$3Hfl. Mile Heats. sr.toxn day. THE OKKEN STAKE For Three Year OkU. tbat did not appear in public up to January 1st. 1387. Milo Heats. $50. Play or Pay. The AMiielatloD lo add $800. Second Knee. THE INVITATION STAKE Fur all Agei.. Two Mile Heats. S100. Piny or Pay. The As- eui'iation t.i add Sl.tsX). The Sei-ond Hor$e to get half of the entrance money. i THH PtTX! mm STAKK No. J.-l'Sr i. MnBHTOWpSlrtOEntmnge. Three VearOW j -o trorieit- rne Association to auu ssiu. Second Knee. ASSOCIATION Pl'KSE-SiOij. Mile Heut.s Three bwt in Five rtUIKTlI HAY. THE SHWANEETAKHmEoraUAgo..MAtiIo. Heats. $1(NI Entrance, .ro Forfeit. The As t.iaiation to add S80. . v Second Knee. ASSOCIATION PUKSE-SMI fur n Da-ih of Three M U. riFTii iaV. ' THE Cl'MUEKLANO STAKE. No. 2-For Three Year 01d. Two Mile Heats. $U En lrunce.JfJl Forfeit. The VF4x'iH!iim to nddi Second Knee. ASSOCIATION PlIKSE-Handicap for Beaten Hordes. iW. Mile Heats. Three or more to fill tbo above Stakes, except the Invitation Stake, which will require live lo till. No deduction for a walk. To name and close March 2IUli, lStTT. Entries tobeaddreedto U. W. UAKUEN, P. 0. Box 37, Nashville, Tenn. UEO. W. DAHDEN. B. F. C0CKKILL. Secretary. febl-till march20 President. CLEANSE THE BI.OOI. w TITII CORRUPT. DISOR 1 dered or vitiated Blood. von are sick all over. It mar burst out in Piuiile3, or Sores, for in some active disease, or it may merely Keep you listless, de pressed and Rood for nothing, lint you cannot have eood health while your blood is impure. Aycr's Sarsat'.arilla putgesouttfaese impurities and stimulates the organs ot life into vigorous action, restpriiiK the health and cxpcllinB diseae. Hence it Vapidly i-ure a vnriely of complaints which are caused by impurity of the blood, such as Scrofula, or KinK'n Evil, Tumors. Ulcers. Sores. Eruptions, Pimples, Blotches, Boils, St. Anthony's Fire, Rose or Erysipelas, Tetter or Salt Rheum, Scald Head. Ring Worm, Cauccroreancerom Tumors. Sore Eyes, Female l)iea?e. such n Retention, Irregularity. Suppression, Whites. Sterility, also Syphilis or Venereal Disease?. Liver Complaints and Heart Diseases. Try Ayer's Sarsaparilla, and see for yourself the surprising activity with which it cleansos the blood and cures these dis orders. During late years the public have been misled by; large bottles, pretending to give a quart of Extract of Sarsaparilla for one dollar. Most of thbso have been lrauds upon the sick, forlhey not only contain little, if any, Sarsaparilla, but often no curative properties whatever. Hence, bifterdisappointmcnt has followed the use of the various extracts of Sarsaparilla which flood the market, until the name itself has become synonymous with imposition and cheat. Still we call this compound "Sarsaparilla," and in tend to supply such a remedy as shall rescue the name from the load of obloquy which rests upon it. Wc think wo have ground for believing it lias virtues which are irresistible by the ordi nary run of the diseases it is intended to cure. We can only assure tbo sick that wo offer theiu the best alterative which we know how to pro-" duce, and we have renson to believe, it is by far the most effectual purifier of the blood yet dis covered by any body. Ayer's Cherry .Pectoral is to universally known tn surpass every other remedy for the euro of Coughs, Colds. Iiillucnia, Hoarseness, Croup, Bronchitis, Incipient Consumption, and for the relief of Consumptive Patients m advanced stages ofthe disease, that it is uscle-. here to re count the evidence i.f its virtues. The world knows them. Prepared by J. O. AYF.lt ,5 CO., Lowell, Massachusetts, and sold by Druggists and dealers everywhere at wholegnlo and retail : in Nashville by BERRY. DEMOYILLE Jt rART0 feb!6dw 2m PAKTNEHSHIP NOTICE' CHANGE OF FIRM. MR. JOSEPH 0IBS0N. FORMERLY OF Messrs. Jutnes Erwin .t Co.. is this day ad mitted as partner into our house. The -stylo of the firm will horeafler be CRAIGHEAD, UREAS f & UIBSON. Thoo indebted to tho firm of A. A. Breast A Co. will ploase call and -ettle their accounts wilh the new firm, fobl tin A. A. BREAST & CO. ! d HARDWARE A' CUTLERY l I AT ' W II O L E S A L E . T.'P. CRUOIIEAD. .1. A-BREAST. JOS. OIP30.V 0RAIGIIEAI), MEAS'f & GIBSON, Ho. 29 PiiliHc Square, Xnslivlllc, Tenn. V7 E HAVE NOW IN STiiKE A LARGE stocL of Hardware and Cutlery, and are ronttnntlv receiving additions t.i tho amo. which we are offering to the trade at law rates. We would specmlly call the sttentun ul mur-i-hnnt, and our friends generally, t.. iur t.."k of Table inn) l'liehet Cullery. Ntiot Gun. ,Itltle mid IMsloN. Tracer. I.ox', Ui eiist A. Toiii;ue t'liuiim. Horse 'ollui-s, Iliirness. Hone. Horse Slioes. Horse .VnlU. linckltHiiiN. NHoveU, Similes, Plans, Slioe I'egs, Klc. Ami everything pertaining to our line. CRAIGHEAD. BREAST A GIBSON. FRESH OAKDEX .SEEDS! .11 ST RECEIVED R it. v. .ir.xfii.vs, janii-tt Successor toT. Well. Druggist. AT IT AGAIN. M, 0. SULZBA0HER, WHI.C3tlK AND RKT ll. PEH.KR IX I Groceries, Wines, Liquors', ('lttri, Toloirco. Iyeit tills, Kte., No. 13 North Market Street, bet. Church and Union, NASHVILLE TENW'KSSKE fN CALLING YOl'K ATTENTION TO THE 1 aU.vc writ, 1 woabl respctfully nefify you that I have jt'reelved. andbavenow rin hand, a complete stock of Preh Fumily tlrnceries. Wines. LiqHorf. Cigars, Tobacco, etc.. etc., and art articles to be found ih a weti regulated Mure. Having all feciMties to irere the best and rbMpeM Rdn.1" ia market. 1 affur to my Iriendi sod i&troHHteh iiiduiwiHenU un will make it to their BdvantMre In eati ami examine my Mock ubJ prices before making their purchases else where. Thankful for Wt patrfiif. I solicit a rOiitifHtaaee nf the aaaie. decr-Sra H. f. SIIU.H4QHKK FOR REXT. finill BUILDING KNOWN A THK 1 Brewery, in Nrfc NaahnlU, on JeCeivH Mr!. wKh a lare lot asUatnliles. JA.MKS WH1TWORTH. Or. V. K. CIIEATHA.M. dec27-If hf- atwrth.ljtuTry street- JUST RECEIVED, Uff BARRRLSOF FLpiTB, OF 'EVERY ln n i grade: W)esMfc Bisec QU. for fed Dhm Also. Kt. Bfae ffTM 9MU. HOmltir. Bnew. etc- Six bo xcJiikl-sim "8oBnrSpifc ' Chevrias Tobacco. XUBA, SMITH i' CO., s. 17 .MarxefUreet, fcMfrSt THURSDAY, FEBRUARY -21, 1867 GET A GOOD FiT. Have Your Shirts Made to Order AX Willi - t 'fiHE EIT A N D.EIN1SII OF TliKdU SUIRT3 L weclaim to buMiiierior toanynow otl'erod in this market. In addltiou to our Shirt Ds jidrtment, we keep a superior nswrtment of 4Men's Furnishing Goods,. i l-Viz: DRAWEES. UNDERSHIRTS. fJOCICS, . , SOSPfJXDKRS.. QLOYHS. SCARFS. TIES. BOWS. HANDKERCUiEFS, II ATS A I mV A 1 H . And in fact everything tertaining to a gentle. man'.i toilet. R. II. THOMPSON, (Old No.2S) 41 Clierry street. janai-tf : i.. ii. ii a x nut, (Late of Lanier, l'liillips ,t Co.,); Wholesale Grocer anil Merchant, Commission no- :; noittii siAKKirr ntiikci', NASHVILLE. TENN. T HAVE JUST RETURNED FROM NEW i Yoi U and Baltimore, whero I purchased a now stock of Groceries, and am now opening at my old stand. No. .'!'. South .Market street, where I will foe pleased to Pe6 my friends' nnd the puh lio generally. I shall endeavnr to sell Uroreriaa at such prices that merchant will Cnd it to their interest to buy in Na'hville instead of going farther. Any business entrusted to me will meet with prompt attention. The following articles comprise a part of my stock in store and receiving: Choice P. R. Sugar, extra Domer.ira Sugar, Fair to Hood Demerara Sugar, Crushed and. Powdered Sugar, Cut Loaf Sugar, Ground vand. Granulated Sugar, A. B and C Coffee' Smrffrr1 Stuart's Extra Syrup. Choice Rio Coffee? La guyra Coffee. Old Government Java Coffoe, choice Rice, Wheeling Nails, Bee Hive. Syr tip, ClearSides, Cheese. Pcpner. Race GingcrSplee, Fire Crackers, Star Candles, Soap. Concontnfted Lye, Indigo, Madder, Dnfkeo's Yeaf Powder, Ground Mustard, Pepper, Spice, etc: and a general stock of Liquors : Copper and Lead all of which will be sold low to tbo trade. jiov2fi-3tu L.,II.LAER, LeMOINE & WILLIAMSON, -Architects- Offiee Xo. 11 X Cherry St, near Church. V. O. BOX 5l7o NASHVILLE. PLANS, SPECIFICATIONS AND ESTIMATifi promptly executed. A varisty of Drawings for Cottages, Villas, Hot Houses, Gardsna, Farks, etc., la salt Ml locnlitisg nnd tastsa can bo seen at this .i1i-e. j KErEr.rncr ; John Cirkman, Geo. S. Kinney, 11 II. Thompson, W. T. Berry, A. J. Tnncan, Itobert Thompson, and Maj. W. B. Lewij. auirVS-ly GREAT AUCTION OP City and Other Property. BY VIRTUE OF A DEED0F TRUST MADE to mo by Chnrlcs E. 11. Martin. 1 will sell to the highest bidder, on WEDNESDAY, the 27th "of Fobruary, 1S67, commencing at 11 o'clock a. it, on the promises first described, and continu ing in the order nnd at the places herein indi cated, the following valuable property: 1st. The two story Residence. No. ICO Cherry .street, third door north of Gay, with the lot .fronting 42 feet and running back 100 feet. slit. Theilrick: House and Stable in rear mine .bove. fronting 41 feet on a St foot alley. 3d. Brick House atd Lot on the corner of Gay etrcet and alley, in tho some block with the above. . 4th. Hou58 No. ? Front street, opposite the alley in rear of the Inn Block, with lot a feet front and running back to the river. ' fth. Ice House and Shop No.gS, adjoining and north of tho above, lot fronting 45 feet on Front street. 6th. Vacant Lot north of and adjoining the above, fronting 30 lett on Front street. On SATURDAY, tho 2d of March. 1367. at 12 o'clock, under tho same deed of trnit, I Vill sell at the Court House in Nashville, at auction 1st. Twenty-four acres and 101 polei of line Land, 2)4 miles from the city, on the east side of the Louisville Railroad, on which are two small houses, an orchard, etc. 2d. A Lot on north side of Woodbind street. In Edgefield, between Foster aud Minnick ftreets. fronting 37J feet and 170 feet deep. 2d. Two Lots adjoining in Harding's Addition, between WBtkins and Clay street.', fronting each 61 feet on Jackson street, and running back 1W feet to a 15 foot alley. 4th. Two lots adjoining, each fronting 2l'i feet on Paarl street, west of McLemore, nnd run ning back 110 feet to a 10 foot alley. Mh. Lot No. 0, Blood's siib-diviion, on Ash street, second lot east of High street, adjoining Anthony Leonard's residence, fronting 30 feet and 110 feet deep, to an alley. t"ith. Brick House No. 101, on Pearl street. wet of McLemore, containing six rooms, a hall ami porch, with It 2f feet front, and 13.' feet deep. There is property here for every variety of purchaser. Plats nndilecriptlonscnn be exam ined at the office of the Real Estate Agent. Term? of Sale - 0. 12, 11 and 24 months, with interest, lien and security, or o'ne-fuurlh cah, balance in 0. 12, IS and 24 months, with Interest and lien, at option of purehaier. Pale without rerve or redemption. S. W. CHILDRESS, Trustee. ANDERSON. JOHNSON A SMITH, Agents. feb7-tu St. Cecilia's Academy, MOUNT VERNON.'- N ear N a s h v i 1 1 o. rojfnWTEn Tr sistkrs: nrrns4 nitiiKit or nt, II .11 INI Under the patronage ef the Right. BUhop of Nsihville. Rev. T MIIS ACADEMY WAS FOUNDED IN 1W. rr tho imriMise of enabling irenti ami guardians in the South and SouthweW to Impart' to their daughters and wanls a thorough and nliJ educatiun. The Academy is about one mile from the city and is Situated in one of the most beautiful and healthy localities in its vioinity. . The Academic year cons ef two Smm each, and terminating about tbe 20ih of Jun. Special attention h given to tlie drnertmt branches umallytaught In AfaUewIe. Eon Tkbus. ktt.. apply to the MetfasW Sum rinr. Nashville, Tennessee. innl7 ly . NOTICE. 'IMIE I NDERSIGNF.D. HAVING BOUGHT 1 out the entire stwk of Greerles of B. u. Griediey. on the comer f Vino and llrwad streets. NO. lfi-1. will keep a good aMortiBMil. which he will buy exclusively fur cash, awl can afiard to sell ebeap for the same. Mr. D.GUmaa willntteud tethe buslne for we. and we wuU bo pleased to hare our friends and the pobric ''unlO-Sm3" ROBERT PINKARD. .NOTICE. i T.i. PERSONS WHO HOLD RECEIPTS A. of Allen A Cary far elairas prwe the Board of Claims at Nashville, T lented before as ths " Driver Board." are hernbr notilled iBal I have made arranreraent with Mewi. Iraff more, Snwera Jt Ob. for the prweeation clcvira. OuL Paramore U nw.in W Mhn D. C7, pr!ecntngr th clHira betfcre :lfie. nt Lie part mentssnu ciairoaHw.' pamcot of their alaiml by calhi IV . aSik Pr.ramorft febS-tf SRepresenttng AUen A Cary.l I JAfl. . Exclusive Whole WHITE GOODS, NOTIONS, GLOVES, AO. NORTHEAST IMlt NASHVILLE- 3et16 GEO HUTCHISON, NO. 32 CHURCH STREET, HAS ALWAYS ON HAND A GOOD As sortment -of WALL PAPERS. PAINTS. OILS. iVARNEfHHftf'-4 UTiTrirrmn T . .... . - lJrllaut', (3LA53, PUTTV. and "WINDOW SHA'DKB. HUTCHISON & FLEMING Are prepare to do HOUSE. SIGN, and BAN NER PAINTING in all branches and in supe rior Atyle. Paint Shop Corner Bank nnd Print ers' Alleys. nov24-tf JflHJf T. FOOTK. J. U. NABS. 3. M. MUBPHT FOOTE, NASH & CO., Nos, 17 and 19 West Columbia St., CINCIISTNATI, IlINTIlJ.EKN or coi.onxt:.: Ai.roiioi.s, AND DOMKaTIO LIQUORS AND WINES. DKAI.KR3 XX QE.NUI.HE K O 11 K It, T S OiN- v II N 'V Y, IlorRIIONMlYK AND 3IONOXOAHI.A W II I H K I E S. Prfltirietors of the celebrated brand of Ora k& Valley Whisky., tnaylS Jly C. W. SMITH, DlSBENSINa CHEflli ST -V PHABMAGIST, ; m Corner Ohuroli mid Vine Sis., VAS1IVIM.K. TKXX. I HAVE THE PLEASURE OF CALLING attention to the fact that I have recently improved and re-furnished my establishment with a large and carefully selected stock of Faro mill Krcili IriiKi,Miillctm-i, milt l'Uai'iiiaici'titloiil Prvimi-nlloiis. Also, a large stock of fine English, French and American PERFUMERY', including Extracts, Soaps, Oils and Pomades, Toilet Powders and Fancy Goods. Tho best WINES nnd LIQUORS, for medicinal purposes only; choice CIGARS agd TOBACCO. Families can at all times be supplied with tiio purest FLAVORING EXTRACTS. SPICES, etc.. that are to be found in a first cla--s Drug Store. TO PHYSICIANS I ciro mr personal attention to tho careful compounding of Prescriptions, and have for thit department a tun supply ot too oest Ltictnicais nnd Medicines that can bo found in tho market. janS0-2m Capital, One Million Hollars enteupuiseImirance CO., OF ('IN (JINN ATI. OHK. DIRECTOItS. It. II. BISHOP, of R. M. Bishop Co. THKO. COOK, President Chamber of Commerce. JOSKPII 0. DUTLKIt, Pres't or larayette Bank. IlUOn HcBIRNEY, of HngU McBlmy & Co. L. K. HULL, of Addy, Hull & Co. A. S. WINSLOW, of Winatow & Bmllh. BUI03 SffltT, of Brigs Swift & Co. (HIAKLE3 BULK, of C. Kllle U Oo. 0. M. BUCHANAN, of Buchanan & Co. ADOIiPU WOOD, of Adolph Wood A Co. JAMES S. WISE, NahTilJaJacket Couipny. h. A HA BUIS, Mayor of Cincinnati. TII03. SHERLOCK, 1'residi.Dt. WM B. CAS3ILLY, Vice PresiJuiit. Thin Company U now prepared to transact a gen eral Fire and Merino iusuranisekusinus throngtiout tbo State ot Tunnn-w. it. IicNAlU, Agent. Policies lisiiBd ou nrat-class Brick Dwellings fur live years, at a material redaction on yeatly ratm. epl4-8m D. A , B. THOMPSON'S RESTAURANT. Corner College uml Cnloii SlreetH. Ra. THOMPSON WoL'LIi INFORM HIS . frinds and thu pnbliL that lie lias Just fitted up and openl an cbgnt Restaurant over his Saloon, where geutUmi will And at all timet not only the beet the home market aOUrJs, but alu 1U Iiest of eieryibiug from a distance Having pru cureil th serrirs of a first-rate cook, anil from my leng experience in hotel business, I ftf I conflJeal ot being alile to please nistoiners. Hesli oysters received nsiiy crTu np 111 aoj style Freih (lame always on lisml novl-ly R. O. TII051PS0N, Proprieter. Tho Sterne's Eiver Utility Works, .llnrlri'csliorii, Tenn. n. it. r. Spetf. J. n. BAEI.V MANDFACTURE LARGE QUANTITIES of the finest o.ssible varieties of Rest Ce dar Ware at Ihe lowest possible prices. Also manufacturers nnd dealer in all kinds of Carpenter- AVork and Rarrel', Ken. Hubs. Spokes. Felloe. Shafts, etc. We make meroaml better ware than any other factory, and hpe for morcand better trade. See fampleat Alarr'n Banking Office and Cham ber of Commerce, and address D.II.C. SI'ENCE.Sup't. m Janl7-"m THE SECOND NATIONAL BANE, OFt.NASHVlLLK. College filreei, ieur IFiison, Designated DejNsitary and Financial Avmt of tho United &aU, It is preparel to transact & resrnbtr banking busiess, and furnish hxchane on NEW YORK. NEW ORLEANS. .L0D13VILLK'. AlfD UAvernment Securities, Gold and 3flrtr,bmjht and si-ldun CommiiciioB. JOHN LUM8DKN, President. W. J. TU0.fAH Osuhier oct2l-ly. , AGEXTS WANTED FOR THK lim. LETTItKil. SfFSOHRS, ETC., OF HON. ALE3LVXDER II. SI'EPIICNS, BY HENRY CLEVELAND. Late Edit .r of Aucwtd Ws.,) Catilutu.nnli.-t. Send for Circulars and see our term;, and a full description of the work. Address NATIONAL l'l'ELISHING Cu . fel.T-diwlm Atlanta, lia. To Ihe. Credllprrt C B. McGnvooli Deceased. nt i u u UDutMiv wivprcTra t f J 1,J u . A iiviMUll n,ree oi ine unancerr unan i ni ..larail nn On-Htibi-r 3il . IbsK. alt riaisaaalsH the estate of D. T. MeGavook. di-'d.. tBt be Cld is the ofliea of the Clork aasi Mssftartwi or Mait the FIRST MONDAY IN APRTL xt. or tbty will be forrer Mrrstl. . . MORTOK B. HOWBLL. feb-VlZw-wtaprl Clerk A .Master. SAUCKt COWAV. T. ifiiirmnv Kfitmlel NO. 75. I V BBAPSHAW. 3. A. HAXllt.. sale Dealers in - ; PRESS G00DK - llOSUiltY, ETOi KiVlTKl) STATUS, ... CLAIM A&ENC'Y i .j. M . . .A JiA . ,t . . Pui-iuiiorejSowers Co;, l"o. a.l Xorlb CHerry Ht.l NAflUVllXE.:.. ...'.'.'..TENN I .. TK ARh3 PRHPARKD TO' 000LKCT I ? Claims ui'mt the United SUtdj.Gsveru. ment for prnpbrty tnken'ddrtng thVwSr. Whether Receipted fo or Not."'.. 1 Onr facilities for . V. Collecting' Bounie'1 granted under the various acUfit CongreM aroo. a character to, INNiritF. T1IRIK rfPEF.IlY VAYllh.KT. . . i Soldiers and all others entrusting their claima in our hands are a5u-d that they will rrceTa oint .host 'AUKriTi, attention. A. me tuber f our firm U located, in. Washing-; ij(. uuii in ruiisiiiiii. riiiniuuuu'uiiun wiia '.ue, wriou DepartuienLs of the Government, and hi extensive extierience in the collection ot ol'ilui enables him tiprfc!ieul-, with IMtOMPT.VFSS AND lUSVA'lY'll, any business enlrusted to our charge. Give us a call. nnvS-3Hi WATCHES AND JEWELRY. 09 U i I cd M o l-H J3 B P o et-. 03- A GOOD ASSORTMENT OF GOLD AND' x- haver ,ateties. Jewelry,, Clocks, etc.-,, a reasonable prices. Every article warranted as" ,reprenteil. KKfAlltlNU dene welland w4th K. M KJGEItS. dee3m No. a-24 Worth-iOhtirrr 1806... 1887. ii XASHVILLE, iEW CAIRO, ORLEANS AM) Tri - Weekly Packet Line. 'HE ABOVE LINE COMPRISES THE FOL- Iswiria sattndid l'Mnir Packets. iMrioic Nashville Junog tb season as follow J -tTTRONB, Tom. IUrhow, MsMr, Iuhtm THRS DAYS.ut lit o'clock M. NASIIVILLE.WirtT.'ftHju, Muster, leaves Nsh villa THURSDAY, at 12osrlkM. TALISMAN, Capt. Stroke, leave? Nhvitle SATlRDAYivat Wfl'eliwk.M. . The abuve simmers will commsnce tbir rt trips on the nrst opeuluK of naTl)(ntiou In the Oamsa heiland river, ami coutinue to run rerulrlr throitgbont tho bustness season, as jiev abaw stttfo-' lie. Jlakiug cum cinmecllou at Cairo with tUr nlur packets for HI Lonlt. Memphis ami Nsw Or' leans , Issuing through Tikts ts PsssenAirs, ami, Kiving through Bills of Lading for Freights to tlw above cities, auu all avallalw way uBillDgs, atthn very lowest rates. Every oflort will lie maJe b v tlw l) llicer s and Agent of this line to render it rllaMs and deserving llie patronage ot Shippers aad tha traveling ruiiiic. uoiiuiwi r ,t uoiu, specitii Aifents, No. 21 Front street. Upper Whart Nashville, Tuu. .eplliiu . PTjANTEKS' BANK WTES; f N ACCORDAN0K WITH AN AOT OF TUB 1 Luitiilulure ot reniiafiee. uunsed December lt!th. IS5. entitled rm act "To expedite theifB" tributmnot the effects ol Ranks, which have Br mav make alignments nmonif their creultori. notice is hereby given t the bolder af thenetas Ot THK i'LA.STEK.V fiANC or IKKXES9SE to lilB them with the undeniirnrd, at Ibe Hank in Nti villc, between now and the Ut day of January, eiihteen hundred and -dxtr-nlne. (1SW.) and re ceive certificates tbemfor. or they will be terever barred Iruin uuy parti-'ipntlon in Ihe B"ets ot the Rank, ihe certitjeatee will oe ratsived tT par in pament nf debts due tbo llank. whether temlerdl)efiiriir alter Ihe lit of Jana urv.l&W. D. UEAVKR. Ttu'tee. ( ileczvjtn 'Memphis AvalancboaiMlKndxville Whig copy three months and fendbift Mr. Wc4vCR. IsAW IMUTNEItSIIII. JiiDGK JOHNS. 1JRIKN .t JNO. C. BliRCH ATTORNEYS AT LAW, mi. (it ciir.HitY STiiRirr. LOCK BOX e nnv2i-3m NAS11VILLK, THNN. 9100 to $250 per Month.' WANTim, AGENTB KYKRYWUBttH. Male ami Female, to sell the tlriiulue Improvi'il 'inimiini-N'iiHi- I'miilly Hew. Hi); .linciiuif. rrice only I3. itils .icwno will Mich, hem, fell, tuck.buul, iullt, brahl, and embroider. The cloth cannot be pulled apart even alter every fecund Mitsh is- eut. Every tn' oliine warranted three year. Send for circulars DliUW Jc MoEATHRON. Manufacturers' Southern AeenM. dec-tra Lettiettfle. Kr. Look Out for Urealvers ! ONE AND DONT YOU SEH THAT WE ARE SUR rounded by Fast Men, Fast Horses, Fast Tbeii i it not POLICY U take out an ATIIK.r I.MNIIKANOH IOI.Mnr, which Kiiaraatee to the a'sured 83,00(1 in rase of death csued bT any kind of an accident, or in case of injury, $J2C.OO icr Week eorapentarfrm fur a (ieriit aM tn erreed twesity tix week.i tor any uue iiijury. Sua'U a Folicy can be nbtalned ofthe Southern Life Insurance Co,. OF MEMPHIS, TENN., " an the-foHowiswr terms One day 5r; tw days Sue; ttireedayi four daya $1 00; five days il 2r ten days thirteen day 0 m- fifteen day ii -l twesty dsys Jl bU; thrily days (A tw.) months S4 ish three months tl 00; twelvi months J7 (V. All of ibe above mentioned Pid Icim aud Tick(' ean be seeurad at a mmnt' notice ftooi any Railroad TTcket Office in the siL. mt et swr lf tsse prtneipol Rallrad. Ule&et Ottrssi tkrimitb.iiit the entiie9'Uth. Afro at Ne. 6 NHb etierry , Nassirille, TenrwotJiM FRANK. K PF.RRIV ileriS-Sta (len'l Agent S. L. lui. W. GARDEN SEEDS. MtiEffillL, iUM it 1 Mk(i MS rears 'estah'liAed lnN. Y"flr."' Only infallible remedikwsw . firnorr.ini PalaAti, ' Nt)t danirerans tit lha Tnliaiin 3&" Rats etime out of their hefci t Cottars " Rat Roach, &a, iEzttrma Is a raste-u5eil for RM,. H,fit,, iiluck and Rut Antt, f-r., pe. - 'ICostar's" Betl-Bog Exterminator ' : U a. liquid or wash uiedite da-try, and alW as a preventive for Bfi:Upg4, dm. , ' Cottar's " Electric Powder for fnck I for Mitk Mimmitoft. tests. tr-J'.u i liijeftl OH -a-nrBtw-ARK'tU of ai ...... i lit nrlLlui tnU.lt n- See that "CnaVaV's lfa'S'T-'r Bettle. and Flask, beferiy?n'bnr. hafssA(siu..iLrtsk 3r Address, MMMtnK K. UWI'Alt, S- Hold ia Nashville. TeBa3' Broadwftr' N. Y. - By And i ,11 DruggisU aad Retailew everywhere. S. r-L t i O S T A R ' S" cklebrated - ' BUCKTHORN SALVi, For Ciita, Burns. Bruises, Wound;' BHr, Oan ceni. Broken Breasti. Sore Nipplea, .Bleedlwr. Blind and Painful Piles: Serofuloa', Putrid and ill-conditioned Sores: I'lcerj. Glandular Swell nif,''.I''ruption.s.Cutaneeus Affoctioim, Ringworm. Itch, Corns, Bunions. Chilblains, Ac; Ohappei Uand., fjip.s, ic. ; Bites of Spiders, loseeU. Animals. Ac. Ac. - Bfflxena5 cls no cln nnd gl mlzee. S Sold by all Druyvints everywhere. ar And by 1IBNRT R. COOTiAH, Depot UIUIUHH), 1. - And by- Naehville, aTn. . AS4i j .1m . kWI UI till svikW t i v .3. I I 1 sM , . it ... . rvi - . i ! I . . -. tit.f . sisV- sst? ft . ' 1 t I ! -T - I : ft " OOSTAR' S." HNIVBRSAL . COKN SOLVENT, Fur Corns, Bunions, Warts. 4c. f- Uoxph, S3 ols.. HO CIB., nu(18l lzet;' ITrandway, is. Y. ; - . . . j. , And by- itasssviXe, Tean.- ' i ia, . in sVlKKkU I f . 1.. "tU 1 ,"1 i sl'l i .. ,i ,.! 4t t is.' i i-f- tltr-;' LsM fsV ' ,' ..U ,T-m un4mtnm -iisfot.. . ' i . I j fU ft . kws! U m -r-x. 'Ks4- . .", ' B iH.ttk 'A sssOl " (J O S T A 1 ' ST"1 FREPARATIOM Ot ''t Bitter-Sweet and Orange Diussoms TOR MEAimrTINS THE OOUrLCXIM lf-e.1 ti, Soften aad BeeMiV tge Si move treeklee. 1'imple. HrasssVaswAsb , re- . 4- lIoUlfH, M. Sld by all Dri i tsW uruauway. . l. Ind by A jm , i Sf f .J DM Tick teit .I ,. ; I lJi . . - i ls SSI ft. i-. (3 O .S T A R I'BCTORAL COUGH REMEDY, 1 1 j. W Owafei. CeWs, HtareneAi,. S6rfi-Thrati X ' ' , H? v??uj ' AUlM Dleae of the THwat aad Lunssu . 3U Bottles. 2R ct.;. ci anj gl n- bum iy all Unrtmt everywhere. Am hi ut: sdtta 9- Asm by N.-uhTlK..' Tens'. ' . -u ui m t usd U rt vi, .-' suit i SsMsV t-. ... ,i t ssJkssWtt -bi. v feswi ysm SM' 1 ltfrM 4 t 1 1 f !f J I t m t I fi "COSTER'S CELEBRATED BISHOP PILLS: A VS I VERSAL. DINNER PILL FurNtrnmii nJ iiiak HeaJaehe. Cuatlranaii lodrscsitiim. Dr!epi BfJurtei, CoAtnpi tUn. Dwrrhsa, c'elies. CbilU, ,evrt.. and isss-.i, wl dHva'tsXaeflt of the Diyeitlve Ort&M. sj- 12 . 3 ets.. wf., ana ji stte. V'JlK:i Kuare,iI.M. i - 2 si iisif i '- IJiSK SFM S bu .sens - 1 Jt .MSA ' sH StSJ a s fc ; t S.1 r