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Louisville and Nashville
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aUIOK TIME TO ,
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AND the east.
Two Daily TbrouRlKTrnlnsit Jinking:
Direct Connections at Eonlxvlllc lor
4- Ltlie East, Vn( nnd North.
OOMMBKOIKQ JANtTA'RY'3?. l7.c
p - . .
i i'frralt'wi!l run as f.U6w r
r No. 5. No. 4.
WBST AND NORTH.
v 1 rcn O -XV ft.
Leave Le5lsvl!Ie 1 P M -.)PM 6:30 A
liUivc iterate mo itw in p.j x ah i
J St. Louis. M A M 1:00 I'M 1:15 A M
No. I. So. 2.
Ardve at Indianapolis
10 P M 9-JO P M
70 P M 4:15 A M
lJ P M MS AM
&15 AM 3.50 P M
1MB A M 1:00 P M
r " .Buffalo.
" New York
12:40 A M 1:20 M
TtW A M 44 P M
&00 P M
49 Steamers of IT. S. Mall Line eare Louis-1
rMfe dally at 10 a. m. and 4 r. arriving n
Cincinnati In time to take early morion? trains
far the East.
Passenger car attached to freight trains
Leave Hranklin, Ky., at 7:09 i. v.. and Gallatin
at VSSO a. v.. arriving in Nash ville at 11:50 a. m.
Loaves Nashville at 110 P. m arrives at Qalla
UtfftOO p. v and at Franfclta fcffl p. m.
General Superintendent L. iN. R. R.
Nashville and Chattanooga
R A. I LB OA X).
J tpiIAXGE.ClI? TIME.
Two Ilnlly Trains Leave NaNhvlIlfl
for Washington, Nbiy Vorlt, and
all Point Enst anil Sou fit. dose,
i Connections Mode at Chnltn- .
' libotfn TrtomiiiK' nrid 'Eve'.
ntng for all Eastern nnd
Ornac or Gckkbai.
NaSHVILI.K & C
t SpprnwTSjniexT. "1
CHATTANOOai RaILROAP, V
hvllle. Tenn.. Jan. 27, 1667. J
ON AND AFTER SUNDAY, JAN. 27,
1007, and until further notice, Passenger
trains trill rnn as follows :
Leave. Nashvillfi far Washington, New York,
Atlanta, Macon, Montgomery, Augusta. Savan
nah, New Orleans and Mobile at &00 a. v. and
&0C p. arriving in Chattanooga at 2kW a. ji.
and 20 p. v.; both Trains making: olose oen
neetlena at Chattaneoea with East TenseMee A
Oeeriria and Weetern A Atlantio Railroad
Trains. Returning, loavo Chattanooga at 7:40
a. M. and 7:40 p. v., upon arrival of H. T. A Oa.
nnd W. A A. Trains, arriving in NashviUo at
4x a. v. and 4:30 P. M.
Bleffnut'I'nlnce Klrrplnc Cnra on nil
Night roacn;cr Trnlnsu
w-BTVjLLS Acoouuodation Leaves SIicl
bTrlUe 5:20 A. M. and 125D p. nrrivlng in
Nashville 11:10 a. m. and 4:30 p. u. Leaves
Nashville for SlielbyvilleScOO A- M. and &00 p,
nrrlvtns laSbelbyvilleWH i.K. and 9:0 pm '
ju .. - r . 5
Nashville nnd NortIiwcfru Ilallroiul,
Pabsgnobb Tbix Leaves Nashville 3:00
p. it.; arrives at Johnsonville 9j00 p. m. Leaves
Jehnsonvllle 4:00 A. .; arrives at Nash vile
10:00 A. M.
W. V. INNKS, Qen'l Sui.'t,
jJ. A- a and N. .W..-R. L.
JfW. BROWN, (len'l Pas Atent. '
NASHVILLE & DECATUR
Great Oontral All Rail Routo
H OUT It AX I) SOUTinVEHpC.
Two Dully TJirouRh PnwsitfrrTrnlnB,
nutkliiKT llr,,teonnTtlou iitDoca- 4
inrvrltli Jlomphls nml t'hnrlci-
ton Itallrontl, for nil Poiiitn
i;' Houtti anil NouChvvonl.
Tltroiiffh to BIcinithls Without tihnuo
rikraillNQlNO JANUAnYrr.T957. TIlAns-S
Vwnl'ran as follow?:
Lcave'Naihv-ille- 7:6.Ja. u.
Arrive U!atur. W p. m.
THAIN NO. 2.
7s80 P. U.
7l4j A. M.
Corinth 8i48 r. M.
1 (IraiidJunstien-.llsfi' p.m.
Memphis 2:30 a. m.
.. 7:00 p. v.
StW A. U.
7:20 A. W.
6:tt P. M.
2:40 A. X.
Leave Drfatur &4S A. M.
Arrlvo Nashville i40 r, u.
Train No. 2 South nnet at Decatur for
llusUvillet at Corinth with Mobita ""PjJ1 J
Uwtral R. R. for New Orleans and intermediate
Train No. 1 South oonneots at Decatur ft
llttBtsville. Memphis and intermediate point'.
. Train No. 2 North eonnoctsat Nashville with
Aft tlin.M llnM.
; Train No. 2 South and No. 1 North run dsily
1 Train. No. 1 South and No. 2 North run daily
Splendid Sleeping Cant At
j Uiclictl to nil XlRlit Trains.
t(lnmtla Accommolntlon Trnln
Dniljr, iXMpt Wnndny. '
LeoVe Csluwbia at - J i.
Arrives at Nashville at fttg a. M.'
Leaves Nashville at. 40 p. lu
Arrives a Columbia at - MB p. m,
( The blumWa Aeoemmodatinn Train will run
5a the abovo time permanently from year ta
year. exeentUiat in summer uie time m aupari.
ure frera Nashville will be P:00 P. v.. instead of-
BDdShureti Kreetj. a&d at ut flroeu mreeui
hfxM KiuOivMU Tnwmm. wl
n. VAN DVNK,
I. M. HYATT.
BR-IGGS & 0 0.,
(BDXKRATi COIKM ISSXOX
fcurocors ana I'orwarasrs,
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Oc'dar Ware, Plows
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1 J A v RTL,HTJi.
MaBufictnred at the Teoiiese'
00 UN, Msd
t'lnntnllAu Muniilica Ionerlly, ..
NO. 3,: i, iK
t'oit. niiTiu-ii am) si.i.iua: sts..
.1 -NAiHVILLK. TKK.N.
' POIft 11TS.VT,
iitiini mriMMXH kovk a tmh
1 Jkrery. In Nth 'KMferifte on Jtfffmwi
re,.4th a tarjjM M
jMfj.f So. 87 Kurt Cherry it
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SUNDAY, APUIt. 7, 1867.
Largest Olrculftllon in Citjaucl State.
From the Murfreosboro Monitor.
Our city has of late been unusually quiet
and ilpcal t&n JMrtlersrajniriiUetgfcir
uliglit-oMjand thefts committed on smoke
houses and hen roosU. All seem to be
"jogging along " in harmony, andno"im
pending 0-kis" iy likely, to- tlemaridthe
preeence of any of Bro"wrilowTs " roelish."
The colored people are in the full enjoy
ment of their religious liberties with a fair
chance of other privileges being extended
tp ,hem! irqvided'thatM6herby Ukdofcrnof
have a'Sadical vision to-8Sy that'ftmie old
darkey is doubtful, and add on another
Congress-supporting oath to alt colored cer
tjfiee(efliseued by him... . . .. . . - .
"SVb'are to IIavk a Bank. So at
least we are credibly informed. The names
of the parties interested we are not yet per
mitted, to give, but we are quite sure; theyi
will command the confidence of too busi
ness men of the country. Columbia Herald.
So we had a bank up to the meeting of
the grand jury but that body being -anti-'
bank, men, it was moved for reasons-best
known to the " bankers." '
Broke Jail. A man by the ,namp. of
Pope, confined in the jail on a charge of
stealing a mule, made hia escape on Thjir
dayfcveijing by Rearing up a cast , iro. ct
in ma olL and' pHz'mg tbeockoSf'the
doof. 4Therewa3,?an6tlierJlprw6ner fn -tfio
same cell who preferred remaining.
From the Fayottcviile Observer, 4th.
A Novel Movemjikt. The citizens of
Mulberry held a meeting last week, from
the proceedings of which we take the fol
lowing; Whereas, The crime of horse stealing
has become so common and of such frequent
occurences in our vicinity that we feel con
vinced of the necessity of devising some
means for the purpose of suppressing said
crime of horeo stealing, and aflbrding, if
possible, better protection to our property,
and for the accomplishment of this object,
we mutually agree that the - following
named persdnff (we have them tot "will
not publish names,) shall act as a party of
minute men, who shall at a moment's no
tice start in pursuit of any horse or mule
that may be Btolen from any of the persons
whose names are appended to this paper.
IIThat th componsatibnwiUowed those
who go pursuiP shall be'riot 'less Than
two dollars nor more than three dollars
per day, and all necessary expenses paid.
III. That each member whose name is
attached to this paper shall be taxed one
dollar per Jiead for each horse, or inplehat
they may own, one-half to be paid in
IV. That in the event the money is not
used, it is. to be returned, jn the. course of
twelve'nionths. - : - ' '
V. That iu the event that any oneshouhl
be captured with stofen property, they shall
bo handed over-to.thelegaltribunals for
VI. Any one may receim'lne, ben eG Is of
this organisation bjppeodTr; their names
to this paperanaSing tluif tax.
Lincoln countyns1 16 have a new jail.
The court Jast' Monday ordered a tax of
$24,000 tolEe levied, collectable in one
and two years ; the old jail building and
lot to be sold, and the whole sum tax and
proceeds of sale to be used in the pur
chase of a lot and the erection of a new
From tbo Cleveland Banner, 4th.
Mrios County. We spent apportion of
the pfefent week in Meiga county. Circuit
Court was in session Judge Adams pre
siding. On Monday, Col. K. M. Edwards,
of this place, made a speech upon the po
litical tunics of the day, taking the Conser
vative slflfe oStheueatioris discussed. Ve
diil'nbrhoar'liiB speech, hut thdsc "who Jul
ppokc In high terms of it On Tuesday a
public meeting was held for the purpose of
appointing delegates to the Staid oonven
tisn, which assembles at Nashville on (ho
lGtUiinstant.' The people Aof Meigs larc
getting on first rate attending to their
own uusinesH and letting other people's
alone. Money is scarce, but they have
plenty of hog nnd hominy.
Wheat Cnor. Tn traveling over the
country to Meigs county, we discovered
that the wheat crop was looking remarka
bly well fer thojBeasoniof the jear, and wc
predict a lieavy yield if it meets with no
mishap between this and harvest. There
is'a creator breadth of land bowu' this than
any former year.
From the Bristol News, 4th.
PROMPT Actioi, The. Conservatives of
a majority of the counties of East Tennes
see have held meetings and appointed del
egates to the" Slate convention to meet on
the 10th of April. Hon. Thos. A. R. N'el
son seems to be the unanimous choice of
the party for Governor. For Congress, in
the first district, Gen. Thornburg, of Jef
ferson, and Col. Reeves, of Greene, are
The growing wheat crop between this
point and Knoxvillc looks welj
At.t. RiflnT AO AIN.-The "Virginia and
Tennessee, and East Tennessee and Vir
ginia jnilrpads aro now all, right again
the bridge at Strawberry Plains was finished
yesterday. Taking into consideration the
amount oC damage done these roads by the
late flood, the timo (including tho bad
weather since) employed by the energetic
(superintendents, Messrs. Gbodwjrn and
Iloxle; for their repairs, Is certainly as
tonishing. VOICE OF WIl.MAMSONCOCNTV.
The people of Williamson county in
largo numbers met at Franklin on Mon
day, and appointed doleg'atoa to the State
CohWntion on tho 16th of April Thoy
also nominated candidates for the State
Legislature, as follows
Senator from Williamson nnd Ruther
ford, W. X) N. Perkins, Bsq. '
Representative from Wi 1 1 i ams e Ooti
stantine W. Davis, Eq.
Floater from Williamson, Mnu'ry an
Lewis, Jhn S. Otaybrolfk, Hi.,' ;
The Franklin Jlcoieto, in speaking,
or the" rtatteV,' spoaks thus encourag
ingly: " As an evidence of the deep interest fait
in this matter by the people, we can state
that, notwithstanding the Krest need of
their services on their farms, especially as,
forming QperetiaM re Very . paokward, i
anyhow, they came pouring in from all
sections of the country to assist in starting
the work of regeneration properly. Old
ami ewig alike were seen pressing forward
fer the front rank in the Conservative host,
nnd after the convention was adjourned,
they still continued to consult together,
pledging thempelves for earnest efforts in
the coMest of the sHBHuer. With a suit
able candidate for Governor as standard
bearer of the party, there is no doubt about
racceta. Let every county show tho deep
and heartfelt interest in thil matter, which
the good old county of Williamson has
exhibited, and which we doubt DowilL
conltnue U actuate Jier eitiMOa, jand we.
feel safe in the prediction that almost the
only v-wtw which Drownlew will get in
Middle Tennessee, will be oaM by the
mertbm of hi body guard. "
Hbkky Ohs, who own the land On bath
id m sf Jtetkw'a eelobMled ditch, the Diiteh
Gap ctMl baa filled it Hp by making a
road at the Hppar wl, in order to render
the i4wd avetble. The Rtehmond an
tlterftta at one time proposed laiiuprove
the cmmmI for Havljiitlkn, But they took no
action, and, as the i4awl was remarkably
fWtMe land, He tfWBr ww'vdllmg tj?.'
loc the use of it.
From the CincinnalliEnqnirer. -
Among the many' contributions' to the
historical literature of the late war, which
arfi.thejnpst .valuable, apd .interesting, ire
rank The History of Morgan's Cavalry, by
Baail W,Dnkethe .able- arjd popular ,6e
fcond irroommind of that-celebrated orps.
There were few incidents in the struggle
that were more remarkable In theif char
acter, more romanticand marvelous in their
nature, than those associated with the great
Southern.raider8 pj Kentucky.- .-.General
Duke has told the story of this extraordinary-corps
with signal fidelity, accuracy
and modesty, and in well choseri and per
spicuous language portrayed the many,
eventful scenes that transpired during tho
period of its duration. ' Impartial truth, it
is evident, is the great aim of the author,
and he has, therefore, viselys"Jve.hink
fancy, or given a too vivid coloring to that
which, in no respect, needed adventitious
aids to commend it to a general perusal.
ThcJpoli ties I Spirit of the' Writer; who was
an important actor in the late and never-to-be-forgotten
struggle, is calm and tem
pcr.ite almost remarkable when we con
sider that the heat and .fervor of the fight
has not yet materially abated.
Though written from a Southern point of
view, it( is ,in every re?pcct a national
work) and contains- little that' the most
fastidious Northern partisan can object to.
Inithisjtheauthor of the history, whq has
himself assisted to make it, has set an ex
cellent exarapleto many of the writers who
bad no other participation in the contest
than, through their prejudices and passions.
We were much interested in the account
which General Dnko gives of the closing
days of the Confederacy, and the incidents
that ensued in Virginia after the surrender
of General Lee and the flight of President
Davif. Gen. Duke was a participant iri
those trying and memorable events which
will ever be deeply engraven upon the tab
lets of history. There is much in tho sor
row, gloom and humiliation which attend
ed the flight of Mr. Davis and tho ruin of
the Southern Confederacy, in April, 1865,
that reminds us of the darkness and clouds
behind which the sun of Napoleon set - at
Fontainebleau, in March" and April, 1814.
The Southern Confederacy for a year or
two had been sinking and succumbing to
the .overwhelming forces arrayed, againBt
it, just! as the French empire had prbvibus
lybeen tottering to its fall. The Southern
leaders found themselves in tho spring of
18C5 as Napoleon had likewise, in 1814nt
tho head.of an exhausted, people and an
army that was bo ruined and decimated
that it could no longer make head against
the overpowering strength of its - enemies.
What tho war with Europe for twenty years
had done for Napoleon had been accom
plished by tho four-year contest the South
had so bravely waged against the almost
inexhaustible resources of the Federal
government. The evacuation of Richmond
was like the surrender of Paris. The ca
pitulation of Xee, who, with his feeble .but
gallant army', had so long stood between
the Confederacy and destruction, was, in
its effects, like the capitulation of Marshal
Marmont in France. The leaders who
surrounded Napoleon were struck with
horror at these calamities, just as the gov
ernment of President .Djvi3 was appalled
when lhey saw theyawriing chasm that had
opened beneath their feet. In the feelings
consequent upon the . melancholy reverses
Napoleon attempted to commit suicide, but
President Davis displayed much more
fortitude and strength of will. He was
the last at the council board to yield
up the fallen and ruined causerand with
distress and anguish unspeakable, turned
his horse toward the banks of the Missis
sippi, which he was never destined to
reach. The. despair, the terror, and the
gloonvwhich settled upon the South at the
close of this calamitous struggle, in which
they had been simply worn out before su
perior numbers, was greater than in France
in 1814, although the latter had the Cos
sacks, and other northern barbarians at
their very gales. The distress, the horror
andjconsternatiou which ensued, at the ap
parent subjugation, have had,' its' evefita
prove, too niuch reason for their inspira
tion. The events which have been trans
piring at Washington for the last two or
three years prove that the conquerors are
neither wise, just or humane, and have not
the least, idea, that any profit of their victo
ry shall go toward securing national peace
and unity in the future. The severity of
the CJssack was lender mercy to France,
compared with the cruel enormities which
are now being Jnflicted upon the South by
their old partners and associates in pant
national glory and prosperity.
general oudersfkoh gen. fope
on assesjiijvg command of the
t1iikd 3uutabt dintkict.
Headquahtxr.1 3d Military Division-, 1
Montgomery, Ala., April 1, 1SG7.
Orders, No. 1.
In compliance with General Orders No.
18, datexl headquarters of the army, March
15, 1807, the undersigned assumes com
mand of the third military district, which
comprises the States of Alabama, Georgia
The districts of Georgia and Alabama
will remain as present constituted, and with
theirpresent commanders, except that the
headquarters of the district of Georgia will
be forthwith removed to Milledgeville.
The district of Key "West is hereby
merged into tho district of Florida, which
will bo commanded by Colonel John T.
Sprague, 7th United States infantry. The
headquarters of the district of Florida are
removed to Tallahassee, to which place the
district commander will transfer his head
quarters without delay,
I. The civil officers at.preeent in office in
Georgia, Florida and. Alnbntnir will retain
their offices until the expiration of their
terms of service, unless otherwise directed
in special cases, so long as justice is impar
tially and faithfully administered. It is
hoped that no necessity may arise for tho
interposition of the military authorities in
the civil administration, and such necessity
can onlv arise from the failure of the civil
tribunals to "protect the people,' without
(distinction, in their rights of person and
II. It is to be clearly understood, bow
ever, that the civil officers thus retained in
'office shall confine themselves strictly to
the performance of their official duties, and
whilst iioIdingihcir: offices they Bhall not
use any mlluence whatever to deter or dis
suade the people from taking an active part
in reconstructing their State governments,
under the act of Congress' to provide for
the more efficient government of the Rebel
States and the act supplementary thereto.
III. No elections will be held in any of
the States comprised in this military dis
trict, except such as are provided for in
the act of Congress, and in the manner
therein established, but all vacancies in
civil offices which now exist, or which may
Occur by expiration of the terms of office
of the present incumbents, before the pre
scribed registration of voters is completed,
will be filled by appointment of the. Gene
ral commanding the district.
Major General Commanding.
TnK number of paupers in the British
empire is steadily increasing. According
tb a return recently made to the British
Parliament, thorc were in the first week of
December, 1S0C, 904,398 paupers in Eng
land and Wales, as compared with 884,025
in the corresponding period of lSdj.
By a report in tb6 Raris ilbateier, it ap
pears lhatin 13G( there were in operation
in France SC76 miles of railway, which ate
4S6 miles more than' wore In Alteration
during 1806, The gross receipts of these
railwaysdn lS6$ereS1145ff,0fl0in gohlf
and in 1SWSEW700.00Q in gold.
, -NASHVILLE," TENNESSEE,
NEW XOKU DISIATJHES.:; , '
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A Jlimiflcent loimtloh The Arunnsn?!.
Convention-General Khciidait nntl
GrilQn ThOrrpsttJcutauiI the Re
construction Act. .
New Vokk. An'rii C At the .meeting.
of ttthe TSqk York Methodjst .Conference,
last, evening,, jt was announced that, the
transfer of nronertv jenderine Mr. Drew's
gift available would be made within the;
. 1 ' ' ml. '. ' . CrtrA'Aflrt '
present weeK 4-ne amount is ?iv,jyy, ,
The llerahl'a Little Rocki Arkansas,
special of yesterday saysc Ip the State.
union convention ui-uay, a. uuimunice ,a
appointed to confer with Glen. Ord in the
selection of localities in the various poun-
ties ipr registering; voters anu yuwig. jv.
resoiutipn was passed asKnjj Congress .to
remove the cotbn tax, and a copy of, .the,
same is to be sent to every Congressman,
A committee WU3 also appointed to visit
AVashington .to further the .object. The
convention, then adjourned sine die.
-TheTimea' ispecial from, Washington
says General Sjieiidan has cot yet sent a,
report to the President ot the causes that
prompted him to remove Herron, Monroe-
and Abel, nor has he asked any instrnc;:;
tiona about his action under the reconstruc
tion.apt, aa has been alleged by newspaper,
Letters from Gen. Sheridan to General
Grant of the 2d and 3d inst., say General
Griffin, of Texas, recommends the deposi
tion or removal of Gov. Throckmorton, of
that State, and that he (Sheridan) agrees
with Griflin. Gen. Sheridan thinks he will
lave to remove tho Governor of Louisiana.
Ho further says he will commence the
work of registration as soon as he receives
certified copies of the law; that he (Sher
idan) feelB himself equal to the task im-
Eosed upon him by the law, and to perform
is work with credit to the military. Ho
concludes bv saying : " I shall make but
General Grant replies that it would not
be proper to remove the Governors ; that
the subject is now under consideration, and
it is not believed that military commanders
have the power, and removals oan only be
made by act of Congress, or by trial under
the sixth section of the law.
An effort will be madd to withdraw the
res61ulion offered in the Senate to expel
Mr."Saulsbiiry, and put him on probation.
The Herald's Bpecial says : The state-
ment that the President is a prime mover
in the efforts now being made to obtain the
decision of the Supreme Court oh the con
stitutionality of the reconstruction act is
emphatically denied by' the author of the
petition and the originators of the move
ment. A few days, ago, when the Hon. Wr.
T. Sharkey called Upon the President and
formally notified him that lie Syas about' to
proceed against him, the President ex
pressed neither iis approval nor disappro
val of the movement.
It is reported that a motion was made to
reconsider Rousseau's case but failed, and
the action on Nesmith's confirmation was
In West IVnslivillo,
SIQLER'S, PLAN OF LOTS.
BY VIRTUE OF A DEED O i " RUST EXE
outed to me by C. E. H. Martin. I will offer
for sale at public auction, on WEDNESDAY,
i..mi,:..i nnH,.,...n;... nvpiTi'nt'ui
,11 U 1,U I'll lUCI'l oiuat.3, A. If la 1. f uJuaU'
TIFUL DUILDINQ LOTS in Sigler'S plan of
Lots. Maid lot3 iront IUU reel ana run buck 2U
feet to a twenty foot alley. Terms C. 12. IS. and
21 months, with interest from date. Personal
security required upon the tirst note, and alien.
retained until tne nurcuase money is paiu.
ALSO, at same time and place. 1 will sell
twenty lots in same plan of lots, (on which there
is a splendid rock quarry.) on a credit of fivo
years, in equal annual payments, with interest
from date. Persons wishing to examine said
property will call on J. M. Hawkins, orT. A.
McCall, at Cheatham, Woods & Co.'a, corner of
Church and Coll ego streets. Private sales will
bo made with terms to suit. Call on mo ut Nu.
85 North Cherry etreot. " .
ANDERSON. JOHNSON SMITH, Asts..
apr2td S. W. CHILDRESS. Trustee.
Merchants' and Manufacturers
BOOKS AVILL BE OPENED TO-MORROW,
first April, af the
CHAMBER OF ci)MERCE,
For subscription to tho Cnnitnl of the Merchants'
and Manufacturers' Mutual Insurance Co.
The Stock is fixed at $100 per share, with only
25 per eenjnealled ; the: balanco ".expected to bo
paiu uy uiviuuuus.
Every Insurer Should ben Subscriber
to the extent of his annual premium;.
Every Stockholder is
Guaranteed Ton -per ;Cent. Dividend
Annually uhon the amount of stock paid in, and
a division, pro rata with tho insured, on profits
derived from premiums.
No Stockholder I.lnblo beyond hln
W. ir. GORDON, Secretary.
Nashville. March 31.1S67. lw
C. W. SMITH,
Corncrhurch. and Vine Stn.,
T HAVE THE PLEASURE OF CALLING
JL attentibd to tho fact that I have rceently
improved and re-furnished my ctablishment
with a large and carefully selocted stock of
Pure nnd Fresh Drn;rs, Medicines, and
AIbo, a largo stock of fine English. French' and
American PERFUMERY, including Eitracts,
Sonp!, Oils and Pomades, Toilet Powders and
Fancy Ooods. The best WINES and LIQUORS,
for medicinal purposes only ; choice CIGARS
Families can at all times be supplied with the
purest FLAVORING EXTRACTS, SPICES,
eta., that are to be found in a first class Drug
I (rive i5", personal attention to "the careful
compounding of Prescriptions, and hhvo for this
department a full supply of tho best Chemioals
and Medicines that can be foundJn the market.
janSO-Im . J
A-Good Business Ectufcation
TS'THE ONLY FORTUNE I PARENTS CAN
I Rive their children that can never be lost,
and that continually grows better bynie. This
can be gained at
J. IV. -gpOMiEAJR'S
Corner of Chnrch and Vice St., Nashville,
Whare 'Wrltlntf, Bools-Keeplaff, Pho
nogrnphy, Arlttinictlr, etc., aro'thorough-'
Wri tin?. T thirty .years stndy nnd expe
rianee, theieeven Dolbear Brethers hare re
Anrr, Peitmnnshinto as exact Science, to
that punilvaf!ToU!rf to piero imitation of
copIei,"WiTrBve indented a system ornana
tralnlwc thatremoves.au tlirncH,crnrn p
Ine and trcmbltnsr.anri change the most un
sightly hand into neatness, t-aio and ele-
trOLnEAn,S Commercial Insitltu
tiona aro the oldest in America.
No. 009 nrondway, Ncu "rk, Ntal
Hahed IS3. 4 t
Comer Camp and Comiobn St reels,
Nnrr Orlonnn, established 1K32.
No. 20S Main street, MemphU.
Corner of Church and VIiip Nlrrets,
NfeW Tailoring Establishment;
TAANIETC J. SOANl-AXj WOULD. RE
XJ pteasej W see nuineaiu a i f
3TO. 28 CJIERStY STREET,
I (Nerth of the Maxwell House.) 1 1
Oarlx 3a NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE.
i ;,' iiiMiHiiii'iiii i " , , n,,,,!,, , ' I I, i
tNaslivillo. Blood ilorso
THE - FOLLOWING STAKES WERE PRO
posed and closed rith the following entries :
First .Day-Tuesday, May 7th, 18G7, .
vnfvir lucprni bticbmiivpii)
OLDS Dash three-xjaartersf a mile p.p.,
l. . T . 1 I A,fA
1st. F. Bissiek names b,c.,,nazarfl,"by Lex
imrtotfdam Heads-r-say by Glehede
fin A : . : 1 . . 1 ii. r.. 1 1 it i
exiogton, dam Gloriona, by Eclipse.
Sd. 'A. Barnes names b. f. "Chimesette," by
Jim Rogers', dam Angel in e by imp. Albion.
4th. IU. W.Darden namea'br.c, "RopeAter." by
Avalanche, dam Lady Berry, by Sovereign.
inn. jomisoD m: ucugias names uik. I. uy imp.
Micky Free, dam Ada-TeViii ' "
.'.I . T." ! , T .w, - IV . . x T : . if.
Guuin, by Bulletin, dam by Ambassador,
SAME PAY SECOND SiCE.
ASSOCrATED"PURSE-f30(). MifeheatsJ '
' Second Day-.tVettnesdny, MaySth.
GREEK" STAKE Fpr,3 year olds; that nevor
appeared in public np to January 1st. J Sd7. Mile
heats,$50p. p., the Association to -add $300h
1st. .Bissiek names ch.e. "Patrician" by Hia
watha, dam Glorianna by Eclipse.
2nd. F. Bissiek "nam esch f. "Maggie Hunter;"
by imp. Australian, dam Heads-I-say: by impi
3d. G. W. Dardcn names s.e. by Highlander,
dam Ellen Dale by Shamrock.
4th. Kleiser Jt Craig names s. f. by Jack Ma
lone, dam by Arabian horso Snklonie.
5tb. A. C. Franklin names ch. f. "Viola," by
Jack Malone. dam by son of Wagner.
l.tli. Dr. C W. Greenfield names a. v by Bleak
Wind, dam Prairie Flower, by imp. Albion,
SECOND RACE SAVE PAY.
INVITATION STAKE-For all ages two milo
heats, S100 p. p., the Association to add $1000;
tho second horse to get one-half the' entrance
1st. A. Barnes names b. f. "Lantano." by Cnpk
Elgee, dam Aeeliue, by imp, Albion,! years old.
'2nd. O. W. Darden name8S.R.',Gondolicr,by
Commodore, dam by imp. Ainderby, 5 years old.
3d Johnson & Douglas names ch. o. ''Muggins"
by Jack Malone, dam Fannie McAllister, 4
4th. Johnson A Douglas names ch.e. "Duke of
Orleans," by Jack; Malono. dam by Wagner. 4
5th. W. W. Shute names gr f. "Cordova." by
Lightning, dam Eloiso, by Ebony, 4ycars old.
6th. T. G. Moore names b. h. "Beacon," Jjy
Lexington, dam Bay Leaf, by imp, Yorkshire, C
Third Iliiy"Thurdny, 3Iny 9th.
CUMBERLA'NP STAKE. NO. 1. -For three
year olds, mile heats; 8100 entrance, S50 forfeit,
the Association to add $300.
1st. F. Bissiek names ch. c. "Patrician," by
Hiawatha, dam Glorianna, by Imp. Eclipse.
2nd. F. Bissiek names b, c. Concord," by Lex
ington, dam Bellamira, by Monarob.
.'5d. A. Barnes names b. f. "Peytona Barry" by
Jim Rogers, dam Angeline by imp. Albion.
4th. Johnson Jr Douglas names s.f. "Sadowa,"
by Jack Malone, dam Sea Breeze by imp. Albion.
th. T. G. Moore names b. f. "Fannie Cheat
ham," b' Lexington, dam Laura, by Leviathan,
siccoxd n.icn sake d"ay.
ASSOCIATION PURSE-S500. Milo heats.
Three best in live. -
Fourth Day..rriday, May 10th.
ASSOCIATION PURSE-S600 for a dash of
three miles.- : . - -
Flfih Dny-Sntnrdit May llth.
CUMBERLAND STAKE. NO. 2.-For 3 year
olds, two milo heats; $100 entrance, $50 forfeit,
tho Association to nddS500.
1st. F. Bissiek namea eh. e. "Patrician.", by
Hiawatha dam Gloriana, by Eclipse.
2nd. F. Bissiek names ch.f. "AInggio Hunter."
bv.imp. Australian, dam Ileaila-l-snv. bv imn.
pd. JohnsAn Douglass names s.f. Sadowa,"
bj Jack Malone, dam Sea Breeje, by imp.
4th. Dr. C. W.GrecnCeldnamejks. c. by Bleak
Wind, dam Prairie Flower, by imp. Albion.
5th. T.O.Moore nnmenb. f. "Fannie Cheaf
ham," by Lexington, dam Laura, by Leviathan.
SECOND RACK SAVE PAY.
ASSOCIATION PURSE-Handiean furieaten
horsest $300, mile heats.
ii. i--. 1'wt-ii.iui.i,, i'res.
GKO. W. DAKDKN, Heo'y.
ARMISTEAD & WOODS,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
Staple and Fancy Groceries,
no. s pitboc square,
TN STORE AND FOR SALE. A COMPLETE,
variod and fresh stock of Staplo nnd Fancy
Groceries, embracing Canned Fruits, Conserves,
Imported Liquors, Cigars, and all descriptions
of Groceries for domestic use. marI5 tf
THE MARY E. FLETCHER
I.ANDS FOR SALE.
N. H. Cotton and wife, et al. vs, Claude Fletcher
A DECREE IN THIS CAUSE AT THE
January term, 1867. of the Davidson County
Court, directs the Clerk to sail for division of
procoeds among tho heirs of Mary E. Flotchcr,
deceased, tho following valuable lands, to wit:
Lot No. 1. containing 49 ncres 71.7 poles.
t ... o. " 45 acres 74 poles.
" " a. " 5G acres 41.3 poles.
" ' 4. " 85 acres 32 poles.
t A plot of this survey may be soen at any time
! before tho day of sale at tho Clerk's office, by
(parties desiring to purchase.
It preferred, tuese loisi.eaniaininc logemer.
nil ...a, mAra laa. will linenlrl fl9AnA trnAt
These lands are situated in District No. 21, or
-j . . i A h.irn.;iv.r..m
UUV1UBUI1 cuuill,,1 miw nun a ui.it lunm iium
.Nashville, near the Dickinson pikei are well
timbered, exceedingly fertile, with excellent
.Springs or never-tailing water on mo premises,
and suitable on account of the convenient site
of the different tracts and their proximity ti)
Nashville, for men of small means, lor gardening
or other purposes.
Sale, Nntnrday, Avrll , 1807, at tho
South end of the Courthouse, at 12 O'clock v.
' Tervs One-third cash, balance of payment
ion sir nnd twelve months' time. Notes with
(Interest, and personal security required, and lien
'.retained. P. L. NICHOL, Clerk.
Office Genkbai, Sopebistende.vt,
1 7, 1867. )
N. it C. AND lN. ,V H. W. 11AILROA1
Nashville, Tenn., March
SNTIL FURTHER NOTICE, NO TRAINS
will ran through to Chattanooga. DAY
AINB will run between Nashville and Anderson-
as usual. Stopping at all intermediate
points but NIGHT 1RAINS will be aban
doned. WM. P. INNES.
mar" tf General Superintendent.
Shelbyville Accommodation will leave Nash
ville daily n 3 r. it.
j. a. reeves.
HEBBIF0ED, BEEVES & CO.,
No. 73 Public Sonare,
HAVINO REMOVED OUR STOCK FROM
No. 40 Broad street to No.73 Public Square,
we are prepared to e-ntinuo the business, sup
plying the wants of our old patrons and all new
Snes whomay fator ns with their orders. We
have on hand and are constantly receiving large
supplies of Groceries. Liquors, and ery thing
toVe found in our line of busmess. rtieuUr
attention paid to receinng. shipping and felling
. CJE&AJl IS KEXG.
The Stone's BiveTUtility Works,
D, H. C. BFENCE.
J. B. EACIX-
of the finest possible varieties of Red Ce
dar Ware at the lowest possibta P"ce- ,
Also manufacturers and dealers in all Mads or
Carpenters' Work and Barrel. Legs. "abtr
SpSof. Felloes. Shafts, etc We makemereand
better ware than any other faetory. and hope for
Tepleat SlIBanking Ofliee and Cham
her or Commeree.and adre-pENCEj5ap.u
Janl7-3w - .
(Betweea.Unian and thursbj
T. HAREIK0TOIT,7Proprietor. -
JaaSO-Jm' ' - 'tt'" 1 ' " '
Eembval and New Interest.
t . 111. viiac ui ,i. x. JiAilUi UVS lUlVLCSi
in?thefirm of'DORMAN t BANG, and removed
itheir stock 'Of WALL PAPER to the kDatfoils
MASONIC TEMPLE, 81 CHURCH BT.
The twobranchej.of business will be tept
distinct: 'The '
conducted by'R.'Dorman and others skilled id
the husines3rwill be under the name and stylaof
DORMAN & FREEJIAN.
! . 'HIE L,.
Wall Paper Department
Will bo conducted by N.T. Alt. R. FREEMAN'.
Our GILT WORKS, MIRRORS, . i ,
"PORTRAIT AND Pldf UREERAMES.
WINDOW SHADES, ' ' ' '
VENETIAN BLINDS. ' ' '
Frcfifih 'antl' American iiIettiro Glass,
LOOKING OLASS. PLATES. ETC..
HnCe been removed to - -,..
78 Xortli Cherrj- Street,
Where orders will be promptly attended t'd by
L.R. FREEMAN, J. W. ORCHARD, and W,
R. FREEMAN, with other competent workmen.
Our senior partner, W. FREEMAN, will re
main in Philadelphia, Pa., to purchase goods
for both houses. We hope to receive, and wilt
do our best to merit a continuance of the public
jon27-tf W. FKEF.MAN & CO. .
?SISirUR, UUIKT, DUR.1I.E. -a
GREAT RANGE OF WORIt.
FOim DIFFEKENT STITCHES.
RcvprsIUIe Food'. Slf-Adjtistlii(r
THE LATEST IMPROVED AND BEST
C0RDER, TUCKER, HEMMKR. FEL
LER AND BRAIDER.
Quitting; Onage with Each Machine.
The oqly Machine that will Gather and .Sew
on ot tho same time by simply
lengthening the Stitch.
Every Machine Warranted.
Prices same 03 ether Drst-class Machines.'at
New No. 3$ North Cherry st.
Also, General Agency for the
Howe Sewing Machines,
Which for manufacturing purposes cannot be
MACHINES OF .ALL KINDS REPAIRED
AND WARRANTED IN ORDER.
43- All kinds orFamily Sewing dono to order
at the Florence and the Howe Agencies.
NO. 31 (old No. 17) CIIEIIKY ! STREET.
CAMP A ELIIOTT,
feblG GENERAL AGENTS.
New York and Bremen Steam
mllE FIRST-CLASS V. S. MAIL STEAM
1 ship ATLANTIC Chas. IIao'kk, Master, will
leave Pier 45, N. It.. SATURDAY, April 6. at 8
o'clock a. v., for SOUTHAMPTON AND BRE
MEN, taking passengers to Southampton, Lon
don, Havre and Bremen at the following rates,
payable in gold, nr its equivalent in currency:
First cabin, 110; second cabin, $65; steer
From Bremen. Southampton, Havre, tn New
York: First cabin, $110; second cabin, $75;
Excursion tickets, out nnd home : First cabin..
S210; second cabin. $1R0; steerage, $70.
BALTIC, Capt. A. G. Jones, will follow April
20. Further departures from New York: May
4, Juno 1, June 15, June 2U, July 20.
For freight or passage apply to
ISAAC TAYLOR. Prosident.
marl2 tf 40 Broadway, New York.
G. H. WESSEL & SONS,
Wholesale Bakers and Confectioners,
Nos. 43 nnd 45 Union Street, Nash
RESPECTFULLY INFORM THEIR
friends and patrons that they have reduced
the wholesale prices of Candy and Crackers to
Common Stick Candy. 20c. per lb. : Fine Fancy"
Candies, 25o. and upwards ; Butter Crackers, by
tno barrel or iox, iue.per li.; fcoua uraoKcrs, by
tne barrel or box. iuc. per id.: I'te-ftlcC'raeKcni,
by tho barrel, lOVjJc. per lb.; Pilot Bread, by the
barrel, sc. per lb.
Wo aro also making a Cno quality of Broad,
which onr wagons are roadv to deliver to any
part of the city. General Dealers in Fine Im
ported Teas, Wines and Liquors, Scotch Ales
and London Porter. Also, Fruits. Nuts, Raisins,
Pickles, Oysters, Sardines, Catsups, Saucos,
Choose, etc., etc., which we are offering at greatly
rednced prices, and to which wo invite the at
tention of the trade
feb24-3m U. II. WEHSEI, SONS.
Corner College anil Union StrcotB
EO. .THOMPfiOy WOULD JNJfOltM Hlfl
. frtenJ and the public that he ba. just fitted
up and- oponiM an elegant It-tnrnt over Ills
Saloon, where goutlemen Will find at aU times not
only (bo beet the borne market affords, but I.o th
best of eTerythfag from a distance Having pro
cured the serrlcm of a flmt-rate cook, and from my
long experience la hotel bn.lneeit, I feel confident of
being able to pleue customers.
, Vresh Oysters Teceived dally sorved np In any
stylo Freeh Game always on hnnil.
nurt-ly B. 0. THOMSON. Proprietor.
H. H. GEOOMES & CO.,
TYNDEIITAKERS FOR CITY AND SrR
U rounding country Dealers) In
KETAI.MC BFRIAX. CASES.
Office-No. 42 North Cherry Slreet
Manufaetary No. 1-15 South JlnrJtct St-
Orders lert at either place will be prfl'mptry
BOOTS AND SHOES.
NEW STORE! NEW GOODS!
King's celebrated PhilidelpbisvLadies' Sbaetl
M'Mnllins' noted Philadelphia Gents Boots 1
I have a general assortment of Boots and
Shoes, iust purchased for cash at rednced prices
and will tell cheap. "
No. 37 Union street. North tide, between Col
lege and Cherry streets.
mar3 JAS. B. FITCH.
HMIE UNDERSIGNED ARE NOW PRE
JL pared to fill orders f Jr
rKTIlOLCDn, CRUDE AND REFINE D,
the product or Wells in Overton eeunty .Tennes
see, at prices lower than tbe same ean be ob
tained elsewhere. Every Kind of oil. Illuminating
and Lubricating, famished at short notice. This
oil hss already been largely used, and givs
univercaJ satisfaction, as hown by the numwi
testimonials received. The illarainatinsr. eil U
KOK-KrLOsnrc. and is Zfi to SO3 higher than tbe
government fire test.
STONE A IIBFLEBOWER. Agents.
marC-tf 87orth Cherry st.
A PHYSICIAN OF MEMPHIS. DOINO A
special ofSee praatlee. avoraging $VXO per
taentbt Intends ta visit Europe thK seiemer, awl
desires to sell his practice, including- o(St furni
ture, instruments, etc lie U will tar to lenn
AddieM L. D4X 21 Si
, NO. 117.
GET A GOOD FIT.
Have Your Shirts Marie to Order
Hfthtl nflirkct:-lIa4iadltlbh'to our Shlrt 1)8,
Men's Furnishing Goods,
4 . SUSPENDERS.
" -Tibws. '
II A. T H ..A.X I. CJAPS,
And in fact every thing pertain! a gontlei
man's toilet, .
R. II. THOMPSON, ,
(Old No; 23) 41 Cherry ntree-t.
' ' OF NASHVILLE. .
Coilej;e Street, near Union,
Designated Depositary and Financial Agent
of tho United States,
it is prepared to transact a regular Banking
busies, and furnish Exchange on
Government Securities, Gold and Sllvar.bought
JOHN LUMSDEN. President. .
W. J. THOMAS, Cashier..
JOHN T. FOOTS.
J. V. NASH.
s. v. McspHr
FOOTE, NASH & CO., ,..
Nos. 17 and 19 West Columbia St.,
. OF- COI.OONE,! .
LIQUORS AND WINES.
nUlLKBS IJf OEXUIXK
It O II E It T S O N COUNTY,
UOURDON, KYF. AND MONONOA1II.A
V II ISlflE S.
Proprietors of the celebrated brand of Ora ge
.. Valley Whlsky.J -
lOOO A. C R E S
Middle Tennessee Land
Within .Seven Jlllen of
. 0 . ml
rraiE UNDERSIGNED OFFERS'FOir SAUK
JL 1,000 Acres of the Tract d Land on which
ho resides. It is susceptible of convenient divi
sion, is exceedingly rich, and is esneelalljr
adapted to OraHsex. One-half of the tract
is now in luxuriant grass, the balance In timber,
which, by the aid of theNorthwestern Railroad,
which passes through it, could be sold in Nash
ville for more than tho whole land would cost.
If you desire ono of tho best Stock Farms
offered for sale In Davidson county, apply
'! at once. I am determined to sell.
T AfTa.- ol.n a ln.A nnfflhdr nf TunrOlUrll.
f brMl Stocli several fine Stallions from four
to six years old, a few Maroo, and a number 01
one and two year old Colts somo of them In
fine condition to bo trained the next season.
If tho Stallions are not sold soon, they will be
farmed on favorable terms.
I also offer for sale a pair of Thorough
bred Gelding, well matched and broke to
Harness. W. . IIAKDINM.
December 0.18G6. tf
The Louisville Courier. Aurasta Constitution-
, allst. Mobile Advertiser and Register, copy to
tue amount orsujana lorwaraoiusio imsumce.
McCLURE'S MUSIC STORE.
ESTABLISHED IN 18SO.
riMIE UNDERSIGNED IS fcOLE AGENI
JL for Pianos from tho ranowned Bteinway,
Knnbe A Co., Dunham. Sasbbeler. Gale A Co.,
Marshall Jt Travcr ranging in price from aoo
to 81000. The "Parlor Gem," made by Mar
shall & Traver. is a perfect little beautr, and u
wan-anted in every particular, for the low prlee
The largest and finest awortmeot of American
Organs. Bheet Musie.Musis Books. and general
musical merchandise in tbe South, wbteh is
being daily augmented.
S-Those dealing with n will insure a saying
of tbo transportation over" parties buying In
, Tew Yerk and Urge eitiwat, distance, as ?re
sell precisely at Factory pr.ee ; besides war
ranting all Plane and Organs fm our estab
lishment. Orders from a distanee promptly
filled, and Marie mailed free of postage.
Pianos aod all kinds ol Mosleal Instruments
tuned and repaired by S. Habn. Orders left
with w will be prswplly attonded to. n
3.1 Union Street.
1000 hds fair to choice B", 0. Sugar;
500 barrels New Orleans Molasses ;
2000 Bags fair to choice Eio Coffee;
150 Hats choice Java Coffee ;
25 Tierces Prime Carolina Eice;
In store and airiving, for sale by
NEWCOMli, BUCHANAN Co.,
31 Fourth Street,
rts.rW5tn LOUISVTLLE. KY
CHURCH STREET BAKERY,
No 170 Church Street.
31. JleGOCGII Aent.
T RESPECTFULLY INFORM MY PRIP.NDS
1 and the pubtte that,jl o&n supply thsm, wilb
Prestt Bresd and Rsltf, mernlag and eTeniDg.
so ads ef the very .best materisJJi. FamUleswIll
be suppKed regularly by leaving ther orders,
A fine assortment of Cakes -and Pastry1 eon-
staatly on hand. Orders, selleited. and every
thing warranted tef be mads sf tbe ry best
laatarials, by laperlotwaikmta. : '
ffiHE FIT AND FINISH OFTHESE
.lWQolaim tobeSuDorlorta&nv no
-. - . ust;
" 13 years established ia N. YV City."
" Only Infill Ibis remedies known.'' -'
Free from Poisons." v.
" Not dangerous to the nnman Family." . -"
Rats come out of their holes to die."
" C0STAR3 " Rat Roach, &c, Exlerra's
Is a paste used for Halt, ificr, Roaehti,
Black and Rtd Ants, dc, (it.
" CoarAn's" Bed-Bng Exterminator
Is a liquid or wash used to destroy, and
also as a preventive for Bed-Hunt, if-c-.
" CoaTAB'a" Electric Powder for TnsecU
Is for Hothi. Motquitoei, TUat, Bd-Ba;
Jateclt on Plants. Toxolt, Animal, &e.
3 1 1 1 Bbwabi I It of all worthless ImiUtioasi
CB. See that " Costas's " name Is on each Box,
Bottle, and Flask, before yon bur. --
Address. HENRY R. COST AH: .
c ... w . m m MWwaor7jSrfrY.
Sold. IrfNashvlUe, -Tenn.
And ,al Druggiits and Retailers sjrifwhexB;
t" t , S4Vsi
E -fnl A
. . jSi(-
m- - -4 I
For Cuts. Burns, Bruises, Wounds, Bolls, Can1
ears. Broken Breasts. Sore Nipples, Blesdtcg.
Blind and Painful Piles: Scrofulous. Putrid-and
ill-conditioned Sores; Ulcers, Glaadnlar Swell
ing!, Eruptions. Cutaneous Affections. Ringworm.
Itch. Corns, Bunions, Chilblains. Aoi Chapped
Hands, Lips, Ac.; Bites of Spiders. Insects,
Animals, Ac Ac
3- Boxm S3 eta., 50 rU and 91 ie-'.
6i Sold by all Druggists everywhere. '
-And by HENRY R. COSTA R, Depot' 481
Broadway, N. V. - f
W And by , Nashville, Tsnn.
f - sv W
n - -1
jP .iaS t s.
. ; . ' l-..,lisjtn;,nsW.
' f : sj tsas
. t -
C O S T A R
UNIVERSAL . .
For Corns, Bunions, Warts. Ae. ' .
Air Uox-, S3 cts.. 30 els., and 01 also.
i Sold by all Druggists everywhere. ' .
- And by HENRY R. COSTAR. Depot lit
Broadway, N. Y.
l- And by- Nashville. Term.
i .t "
, . i . -s4 v.
, .. .. 0d
. ! t
j "OOSTAR'S , ,
j PREPARATION OF f 'j-
' Bitter-Sweet and Orange"'
roa Bfitrnrrixo thi coitrtixiotf, "
Used to SoRen and Beautify the Bkin, re-,
more Freckles. Pimples, Eruptions. Ac. v ,1
, Ladies are now using It in preference to sit
3- Botllea, 81. J'v '
X- Sold by all Drug jlst everywhere Ct
And by HENRY R. COSTAR. DtpitR
Broadway, N. V. ,' " XTT,
Xi And by NasbvUls.SSI;
t Wli Sfe-MtV
.i t-i -a . " ' sn
s sMt IMis
, f sV
-co-star' s ; 3
PECTORAL ' ''"Jft
ForCoushl, Cldj, UearseaeM. Sera Tbr
Croup, Whooping Ceusb. Intfaeasa. Ast
Consumption. Uronehisi Affwrtlons aad"
Diseases of the Threat and Lubitsl
3- Bottles, 25 ets., SO eU aad Jl siieaw ;
S3- Sold by all Druggists ererywbsrswusF ms
3- And by HENRY R. OTsWAB.7Bpot)!l
, ... . - l,isT-.
, jt V - Mil
i J: . iSW4
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It k, esc.iin'-.
- SMSJ .
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