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Columbia Accommodation Train :
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Mall a&J Accommodation Truing
MeiapbK Msbileand N. 0. Rxpre:
,e,ve Nashville at 'JfK'-i!
IajUISVILLE AKI) NASriVII.IX RAII.nOAI).
Leave Natfivllle at S-00 a. m. and 7.00 p. M.
Arrives! Lavil.e at- -..-J $ ;
Arrive at Nashville ct-4.W P. v. and 4.-V) a. u.
PavenacrCar attached to Freight Train :
l.csv N.liTle at- - V P"".
Arrive at Nahille.. U.KI a. v.
NA'-.ltVII.T.K AND CHATTANOOOA RAILROAD.
Leave NwdivHIe at WW A. M. awl 5.00 p. M.
Arrive at Fbalhyvllle- WW a. v. an. 9. p. .
ArriTo at Chattanooga- 2.00 p. . ami iW m.
Uave Oliattanowra 7.40 a. m. awl -.4fl p. m.
Airive nt Nushv lie 4- a. m. and 4 JO p. m.
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Arrive at Nn-fcvllle. 11.10 a. M.and 4.) p. X.
s AMI VIIjlKAXf NORTH VFflRTTRK RAII.KOA I
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rnvw at jBhnwnville at p. m
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I PHEriBW) AND KENTUCKY RAILROAD.
Arrive at Nathalie at...- v.
Leave Na4v4Ue at 'JO P. M.
(inv. DHARI.ra J..JESKIM, oi ueuifciu,
lia been oleoted one of tlie Tnwteca of the
I nivprttity of tbc South.
There are twenty-two Jiandrcd children
in Atlanta wlio attend Sunday school. This
;peakH well for the moral character of the
The grand musical entertainment, to be
jjiven hy the piipils of 1'rof. Weber, oomeB
.fl to-morrow night, instead of to-night a
Strawhhrriiis were plentiful in market
vtfderdny and were selling at reduced
prices. Unt they were not snapped up as
in dvn of yore when maney wan more
('OMl'MMRKT TO ADMIRAL SkM.MES.
At the First Baptist Church Fair, at Mem
phis, the ladies voted a ahair to the editor
who moot commended their admiration.
Admiral Semrnea received the chair.
AN extensive anotlon sale of drygoods,
boot", ho& clothing etc, etc., extending
over three days, commences at ten
o'deek, at No.30, North College street, by
Achey, O'Coanell A Co. See advertise
ment. Dr. W. II. Mbcnnekin, the Conserva
tive candidate for the State Senate for
Rutherford county, waa in the otty yoeter
day Ilia friends oxprewi thegroatest con
fidence that he will bo puccefful before the
people, as hia ability, popularity and loy
alty are all unquestionable.
A QDNERAI. ASSORTMENT of deniable
Drygoods at reducod prices are offered by
Figue A Manier, 02 North Market,
The Lawrence Radioala hold a conven
tion to-day to appoint delegate? to the
i ongresaionnl Convention, which meets
tomorrow in this city.
Lawrence made a speech nt a meeting in
'Lebanon a few daws ago, and delegates
lavoring his nomination were appointed.
UrtoRPUR's Court, May 14. M oily
Huddh"lon, disorderly, $34 CO and ooMs.
Jo. Williams, disorderly, discharged.
Wrn. Rusacll, disordorly, 50 and costs.
Milly Johnson, dtsonlerly, SE0 and costs.
Ann" Hnddlestou, disorderly, $25 and
riKK asMirtment of l'lantation Cloods
at Pigne t Maniers ffl North Market.
Tnrtooncert by the pupils of Prof. AJeber
at the New Throstre comc 0(T on JTlmrf
ta . and not this evening, as waserronpous
u iriutel in our iswie of Sunday. The
relative awl friends of the pupils will
please take note. A rich musical treat h
in More for the favored few invited, as the
Professor's pupil, we learn, embrace many
of the moat gifted and talented young Indies
f our city.
NrmANcr. There is a little leggar
lrl in this city who is ever upon the streets
hejtging, to the annoyance of everybody.
Ii is said that her mother has grown almost
rich by the charities given to this little
girl It is also snid her mother requires
her to bring home at nijjht a certain amount
or she will lie whipped. If these facts are
i rue, the jolice should look after Mich a
Kam.hoad Mi:etin. This evening at
,-lock in the Chamber of Commerce,
Hon. Horace Maynard, Judge Whitworth
ami otheii, will address the merchants and
uiwna of Nashville on the new points of
.nterwt recently developetlin regard to the
Tennessee and PoeJfic rnilrtwd. Wnc ac
commodation are ott'ereil in the Chamber
.t Commerce, and it is urgently roqHoMed
that the meeting may be full.
For a hamWometiremline or Shetland
shawl jso to Pin ,1 Mauler's ffi2 North
Market. nv7 2w
STRAWBERRY AND lev CkVM FnsTI-
VA1- sl'he ladPe nonnecte! with the
i herry Street (South Nashville Itaptist
i hurch will rivc a ftrawlierrv and Ice
Cream FoWival, for the bwefit of the
church, on Thumkv evening next, May
tC, 187, at the char. Adwlw tweo
tv live cents. This promises to w very
pleasant and interesting affair, and wc hope
the ladies will be liberally patroniied.
The SoiTnrjR String. The milphur
spring f tbis city, whieh "r regard od as
having fine medicinal qualities, is only ac
cessible by fbotpcths. It is impossible, on
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ECCOiitM W iuc''i ----
surroumHngi pleasant or attractive, bHt If
.i r il.a immi is luph cnoHPli.
the -water wight be conducted in mvm to
some p4e!-at place aocMWe to nil, and
of treat value to theee who wisJi to wctbe
water. Tlte oofflpany owning the sprtng
might do well to think of this wiggWtttofl.
m- w. TmT ic tv nraroiii Yimr t-
Untiw " wpectfellv oallod to the dally
arrival by express, of costam-madc Boot
i . ik. VoVirillr Sknc Store.'
7 1 Nortli College street,
mch. 2C3m. M. Moroantern.
REv.JeuiJ' Japij'ijrrr, forjlotig
.time rector of Trinity. Church, NcwOrlcan.
has been unanimously elected Bishop of
the "Diocese of 'Geprgiaby 'tHk1lEpiRCopal,j
convention now in setwion at Macon. He
is ttic huccespor of the lamented UiHhop
?J ,,"l,lW..,T.?"e f thX m .rn?'
wear the armor of such a man as liishop
Klliott. the new Bishop must be
a man of
vastTesearch, finished scholarship, and line
gifts of oratory. His friends clainthat he
has fine administrative abilities, and is an
attractive pulpit orator.
Magistrates' Cot'RTa. Porter bias was
arrested on a warrant sworn out by Jack
Williams, charging him with assault and
battery, and taken before 'Squire Mathews
who committed him for trial at the next
term of the Criminal Court.
Bettie Brown, arrested at the instance of
Joseph Foster, was bound over in the sum
of 5600 to keep the peace.
Bettie had been charred by Foster with
maliciously cutting downia tree ;
A I.AROE number of delegate to the
General Assembly of the Cumberland
Presbyterian Chnrch, which assembles Jn
Memphis on to-morrow, the ICth inst.,
passed through this city on yesterday.
This promises to be one oi" the most intern
esting General AsseraClya of the Cumber
land Presbyterian Church that ever con
vened, and the delegates that we have seen
all feel the great responsibility that rets
upon them, and feel confident that they
will be equal to the great emergency..
The graves of the Confederate dead at
Atlanta were appropriately decorated on
the 10th inst. The 10th was selected as
the anniversary of Stonewall Jackson's
death, and is for two reasons a more suita
ble day than the 20th of April. First, there
is nothing pleasant connected with the 26th,
as it was the day when thConfederate Hag
was furled; and on that day in the more
northern of the late Confederate States, it is
impossible to get flowers sufficient to prop
erly deck the graves of our dead.
One of the mo?l unique and attractive
marriages we have seen took place in Dr.
Uaird's church, last night, between Mr.
K. R. Freeman and Miss Alice McQuiddy.
The bride and groom knelt and joined
hands from opposite sides of a table,' in the
middlc of the altar, on which was an open
bible covered with a wreath of flowers. A
beautiful pyramid of flowers wassuspended
over their heads from the ceiling. The
ceremony was simple, but impressive.
The audience was large and elegant, and
" M'eot merry an a marriacc boll."
May tho unfading flowers of love and
trust ever shed their aroma along the path
of their married life.
Ik you want cheap Bleached Domestic
go to Pigue& Manier'a G2 North Market.
Oiticai. Institute. It requires no ar
gument to convince any person of the
necessity of preserving tile eyesight, or,
when it fails, to secure means whereby the
sight can be improved. Many persons of
defective vision have been materially aided
by Dr. M. Bernhardt, of Berlin, Prussia,
who is now stopping at the St. Cloud Ho
tel. He is endorsed by leading physicians
and manjr other gentlemen of our city. The
Doctor will stay but a short time longer,
and all wjio would improve their eyesight
should call on him and see his Australian
crystal speptacles, which are said to be the
best artificial aid to the human vision ever
CincriT CornT of the United State3,
Hon. C. F. Trioq, May 14. R. W.
Pritchett was admitted as attorney.
D. Appleton & Co. tw. Book Agents M.
E. ClfurcKiSouth ; dismissed at defendants'
E. n. Butler & Co. rs. Book Agents M.
E. Church South; dismissed at defendants'
American Bible Society u. Book Agents
M. E. Church South ; dismissed at costs of
Uniteu States t. Ueo. A. Dickel. con
ducting business of rectifying liquors with
out license. Bound over in the eum of
$1000 for appearance at October term.
Uniteu Htatcs w. seventy-three' barrels
United States vs. L. B. McConnico. Con-,
Cheap Disinfectant. The following
recipe is given for a cheap disinfectant by,
an army surgeon: ! IK"
One. pound of chloride of lime.
One pound of sal. soda.
One gallon of water.
First dissolve the chloride of lime in the
water, and stir it three or four times in
twenty-four hours. When settled, pour off
the water into another bucket. Then dis
solve the sal. soda in a pint of boiling
water, and when dissolved pour it into the
chloride of lime water and stir it well..
In twelve hours it is readv for bottlini;.
No family should be without it. As a
wash for the mouth with bad teeth it has
no equal, when mixed with two-thirds of
water, and as a bath for the whole body it
is deliehtful. For corns and bunions.
steep 'infer three minutes. '-
A Good Thino. A Hying postal line
has been epened on the Memphis and
Charleston railroad under the direction
of a scoial agent of the Postoflice Depart
ment. The J'.k says general agSnts or
postal clerk are constantly engaged upon
the train assorting and delivering mail
matter, in ears built especially for this
purpose, and it is understood that Colonel
Tate, President of the road, intends to
build four entirely new oars for the postal
service, which shall not be surpassed either
North or South. Mail matter from Mem
phis, New Orleans, and the entire South,
for Washington anil the East, now sutlers
no delay by distribution, but travels as fast
an jssei;ers can. Agents will be placed
next week upon the route from Chatta
nooga to Augusta, and, as last as possible,
upon other routes.
A i'RETty assortment of Mosambiques
Muslins and Grenadines, at reduced prices,
Just received at Pigue & Manier'a 02 North
Great Excitement ! It has at last
lieen decided that the best Boots and Shoes
oan only be got at the'ashvilleShoe Store,
No. 74 North College street.
mch. 26-3m. M. Moraanstern.
Thb Pfior-J.K'n Bank, corner Union and
Cherry Mreetwill pay ninety-five cents
for TinMessee Coupons due July 1, 1S67.
deemed at par
llnulc Aotos Re-
D. WEAVER, Cashier.
HATS FOB THE SPRING!
or ll COLORS ASD QrAt-XTT, AT
WAIN fc WALKER'S.
EXCLUSIVELY IN THE HAT
13 and QA1" butia
ibms. we ess eSer a more ex
tMiMve and varied rtock than aor "thtr t .n.'e
Id the ritr.
(S(or to WatfrfitM A Walkfr.
marU it rimi.M' Ml V A RE.
WB VIMi PAY THE HIQHBSfiWl.VjtKET
Trie ler Hltr Rwol Iundi 'ht5
utd Unws-o&cJ WOOL., without burs, dtttvertd
In our Wrlioe. X.. MrkM ytreeu
1 HUGH JlrCKEA CO.
' Orn Cucrcu IitritOviiiENTs. During
J the war, most of our city churches ere
)iscd by the military.authoritiea for hospital
paqioses. The work of renovation, though
' Mow foe want of meamyis being gradually
' ana effectively accomplished. Among them
I the First (Summertxeet) Eaptist Church,
i .i-.-..-r. tV n iS. : .
. .oo),, u. i,t ( , n,.
unas unuergnne a complete reioraiion
Under the skillful manipulations of me
chanics and artists all traces of the past
are effaced, and it is now more beautiful
than ever. The finishing touches of ar
arc indeed admirable. The ornamental
fresco painting, by Messrs. Knoch and
Schleicher, of this city, are exceedingly
fine, while their imitations of stucco battle
criticism by the keenest eye. Their similar
work npou church edifices in this city has
heretofore excited general admiration and
remark, and Dr. Howell's church adds an
other deserved testimonial to their superior
skill in this branch of art. We congratu
late them on their success, and the public
on having them in their midst.
A Card to tho Public.
NAfl!rvn.i.E, Tenn., May 14. We, the
foreman and compositors recently em
ployed at the Republican JJanner, deem it
but justice to our honor and integrity, that
we place ourselves right before this com
munity several of us having lived here
the greater portion of our Uvea. We wish
only to make a plain statement of the facts,
which aie as follows:
On Monday morning we repaired to the
Banner office to commence work as usual ;
we had been there but a short time, when
we were summoned into the editorial room
by one of the proprietors, and there, irWi
ouf one moment's warning, informed that
our services were no longer required
in that establishment no other rea
son being assigned by them than that we
were members of the Typographical
Union a society existing here for the mu
tual protection of the craft. It was stated
by them that they would close their office
rather than employ members of said
Trades Union. We then left the office,
expecting that they themselves, as inti
mated the niot of them being printers,
(and by-the-way having enjoyed the bene
fits of onr Union while working in that
capacity) would do their own work.
But that evening our places were filled bv
a set of men termed "RATS" by all
honorable and highminded printers, who
had been imported here from Cincinnati
and St. Louis for that purpose.
Now we appeal to this commuuity the
citizens of Nashville to decide whether it
is honorable in a journal, advocating as it
docs the principle of home labor and home
consumption, to bring these men here from
other cities to usurp our places, and they
receive the same compensation that we
Geo. B. Staddan, Foreman.
W. C. Aydelott.
C h. JLoomis,
T. J. Irwin,
J. M. Hatcher,
T. B. Shearon,
C. W. LlNDSEY,
B. F..L. Ford,
Met' 11 of tlie Common Council.
An adjourned meeting of the Common
Council took place yesterday afternoon
President Cotton in the chair.
The following message from Mayor
Brown was received and read:
Mayor's Office, Nashvillk, May 14,
18C7. To the Honorable City Council:
1 have the honor to present herwith the i
report of the Health Officer of the city of
Nashville, which I respectfully commend
to your careful consideration and immedi
I have also the honor of laying before
yon the recommendation of the Board of
Education on the subject of providing
and preparing for the education of the
colored children of the city. The Council
having adopted a resolution submitting to
the Board of Education to devise the most
suitable means of carrying out the object,
that body has promptly performed the duty,
and I invite your earnest attention to their
Both these subjects require your prompt
action, and for this purpose I have con
vened the Board of Aldermen to meet
simultaneously with the adjourned meeting
of the Common Council.
Hydrophobia having existed to a consid
erable extent in several of our sister cities,
and having excited no little interest among
our own citizens, I respectfully submit to
the Council the propriety of taking precau
tionary measures against its dangerous pre
valence in our midst.
W. Matt Brown, Mayor.
Mr. Rhea, from the Joint Committee on
the purchase of a site for a new cemetery,
made a report. The committee states that
many places have been examined, of which
only two were regarded as suitable the
land s offered by Jas. A. Woods, on the
Franklin turnpike, and those of F. R.
Rains and the Calhoun heirs, between the
Nolensville pike and Nashville and Chat
tanooga railroad. They preferred the
latter, on account of their nearness to the
city, and lower price $31,200, and re
ported a bill authorizing the purchase.
Report read and bill passed on first and
second reading, and referred to the City
The Health Officer to whom wassubiuil
ted the hill making it unlawful for owners
of swine to permit them to run at large,
and the bill to prevent dogs from running
the streets at night under any circum-.
stances, or in the day between the 1st of
May and the first of October, returned said
bills and recommended their passage.
The bill relation to dogs was then taken
up, amended and passed on second reading.
It was then referred to a special committee,
on motion of Mr. Rhea.
Bill from the Board of Aldermen, mak
ing an appropriation to pay policeman
Cross, passed three readings.
Bill providing for uniforming the police
passed second reading.
Resolution to restrain moneys collected
by the Recorder, Revenue Collector, and
Water Tax Collector, to pay certain claims,
was laid over.
Bill relative to swine running at large
coming up, Mr. Lellyett oflered a bill in
lieu which was adopted.
Mr. Walsh moved to'ostpone the bill"
The bill was then put on its third read
in" and rejected.
Bill in relation to opening a street from
the wharf to Cherry street, between Church
and Broad, passed third reading.
Report of committee recommending the
allowance of McKinney's pay-roll of scav
enger force, was read, and after considera
ble discussion, concurred in.
The propositionof Jas.Cumniings to pay
the corporation S1C00, or its equivalent,
for the steamer Nannie, was amended by
inserting $1700, and accepted.
Bill to provide certain dogs from run
ning at large, passed three readings.
Resolution from the Board of Alder
men authorizing the Committee on Public
Property in conjunction with the Commit
tee on Schools, to purchase the Belleview
property of Robert Weitmiller, on terms
proposed by him, was referred.to a special
committee Messrs. Moore, Reid and
Petitions from various parties were read
Petition of M. Monroe and C. W. Fer
guson, was laid over.
The Council then adjoHrned to 8 p. m.
The Council assembled according to ad
journment at S o'clock, r. m, but only
nine members appeared. This being less
than a. quorum the Council adjourned till
the next regular meeting day.
The important measures mentioned in
the Mayors message were not reached, and
will, of course, have to lie over until the
next meeting. Two very important laws,
the one consolidating the sanitary laws of
the citv, and the other an adaptation of
health ordinances, tlie work of Health Offi
cer Jones, excited considerable Interest,
and will meet tlie approbation, no doubt, of
the Council, when that body assemble
WOOI fc SIMPSOX.
"Son. 00 nml'S'J Front St., nenr Brood.
T0ILERi. SHEET IRON BREECHING.
D Chlrenej and Hf8 Ueds aJe t0 ordr
Kcptlrinr t&d even-thins in our Use promptly
The eight hour demonstration in Chicago
thousand dollars were theiost wages of Ihe
rioters. The2VJe estimates that thejiots
have dost over five hundred thousand dol
lars, nearly one half of which came out of
the pockets of the laboring classes. ' The
enterprise has failed, notwithstanding the
great efforts made to make it a success. The
Mayor notified the rioters that the bayonet
will be nsed to keep the peace, if necessary.
A Match Game at Billiards. A
friendly game of billiards was playe3 last
night at the extensive rooms of Gaqvin &
Bertheol, Cherry street, between Mr. Win.
Rivers, of this city, and Mr. Andrew Lceb,
of Clarksville. The frame was a verv
brilliant one on the part of both players,
and excited the easer interest of a largo
number, who witnessed it with the greatest.
admiration. Both players acquitted them
selves most handsomely, displaying a skill
in the use of the cne, rarely eqalled. 1 he
game was on a carom table, one thousand
points, Loeb coming off winner, by getting
the last run, the scores being, Loeb, JUOUj
May 13. at the residence of her son-in-law,
Dr. V. P. Jones, Mrs. Jake G. Ci'BBEr, in her
The friends and acquaintance of her family
ara invited to attend her funeral Wednesday,
thel5th, at2 p. t., at the Tennessee Asylum, on
the fnrfreesboro Pike.
Medical. Not only in this city, but this
entire rnuntry ha3 become familiar with the
reputation of Or. Coleman, aa the mot reliable
and successful practitioner, in his speciality, in
the South. Perhnps no physician has given
more attention to, and applied himself more
earnestly and a?8iduously to discover tho ruo3t
speedy and positive cure of Dlscnsei of Fe
innleN, Diseases of n prlvnto nature,
ItlnuIiooU'rt Debilities, 8elf-nbuc, Ner
vous Debility, Sexual Inflrmilies, etc.,
than heha. Patient? who reside in the country
can have the remedies applicable to their sev
eral disorders forwarded to any part, carefully
secured in a portable compa?, and in every
respect of convenient use. Ladies need not
hesitate in applying for advice. A personal in
terview is not alwivs necessary. Medicines,
with instructions, can be administered through
the medium of correspondence.
Dr. Coleman may always be found in his
Oiiice, in the rear of his Drug Store, on Mc
Lcmore street. His medicines are carefully and
accurately compounded bj' educated and accom
plished pharmaceutists. Address,
L. L. Coleman-, M. D
aprll tf 210 Church sr., Nashville, Tcnn.
no.ono feet Poplau Plaxk, Joist and
Sca.vtliko. at $22 50 per thousand, corner of
Crawford and North Summer streets.
ON THE OPENING OP A RTT.T.TA'RT)
Room it is generally tho custom, as every
one knows, to have several champions present to
entertain the public torafkw nouRSi but on
account of so much suffering among our people,
we thoucht nroticr to srive the ornhnns nf ttii
city nnd poorof Chat.tanooga that benefit, which
we nave none tor tne last two weeks. Ana
again, as it is sometimes the custom of giving
premiums, such ns watches, etc., and having
proof of the Inst two weeks' business that the
citizens of Nashville appreciate our efforts to
help the needy, we have therefore concluded to
give ten per cent, of our profit to the poor of
Nashville, from the 1st day of April. ISO", up to
October 1st, 1867, (six months, which amount
will be remitted weekly to the Mayor of Nash
ville. We hope that the amateur billiard play
ers nnd the public in general will appreciate the
cause and sustain it.
CAUVIN & BERTHEOL,
mnr30 tf Colonnade Billiard Hall.
Cedar Fi.oobixo, Cedar Post, Fescinq
Plane and Drawed Poplar Shingles, very
low, corner of Crawford and North Summer sts-
O. Kohnie, Trimmings uud Variety
Store', 139 Church Street, (Kirkman
Block.) The latest Novelties In Staple and
Fancy Trimmings. All the friends I made
the last fifteen years aro politely, invited .and
requested to bring TnEimfrionds along.
The old establishment on Union street will,
for the present, bo kept cp, in first rate style,
too. raarSl tf
I will positively Sell Cheap lor Cash,
Mod's sewed and pegged Culf Boots.
Men'sfine sewed and pegged Cclf Gaiters.
Men's Balmorals andBrogan!Shoe and Bootj. 1
Men's Oxford Ties.
Ladies' Glove Kid Onitcrs.
Balmorals. - . ' i
" " and cur Kid side lnce Boots.
" Dressed and undressed Moroco lace Boots,
" Cloth Gaiters and Balmorals.
" Buskins and Slippers.
Misse3 Cloth Gaiters and Balmorals.
" Calf and Kid sewed lace Shoes.
" " " pejged
" Glove Kid Balmorals.
Child Gaiters and Balmorals, sewed and pegted.
Infant Shoes in great variety; 4
At the Nashville Shoo Store, 7-t North'College
street. M. Morqasstern.
Doors, Sasb and Blinds at colt, comer of
Crawford mid North Summer streetir , "
mayT-lm ' '
A Card lo Invalids. A clergyman, while
residing in South America a a missionary, dis
covered a safe and simple remedy for the cure
of Nervous Weakness, Early.Decay, Diseases of
the Urinary and Seminal Organs, and the whole
train of disorders brought on by baneful and
vicious hnbit3. Great numbers have been cured '
by this noble remedy. Prompted by a desire to
benefit the .afflicted and unfortunate, I will send
the recip"e for preparing nnd using this medicine,
in a sealed envelope, to any ono who need' it,
FRKnopcniROE. Address '
Josnpii T. Inhak. !
Station I), Iiihle House, New York city.
Ilaehelor's Hair Dye. This splendid
Hair Dye Is the best in the world. Tho only
rur and prr.-rt Due Harmless, Reliable, In
stantaneous. No disappointment. No ridicu
lous tints. Natural Mack or Brown. Remedies
the ill effects of Bad Di'f. Invigorates the hair,
leaving it soft and beautiful. The genuine is
signed William A. HtUcMor. All others are
mere imitations, nnd should be avoided. Sold
by nil 'Druggists nnd Perfumers. Factory 81
Barclay street. New York. de'2SHy
Nelllitir Out nt York Cos I.
To close business, we are positively closing
out at New York cost prices our stock of Fine
Groceries, Wines Brandies, Havana and Do
mestic Cigars. PandolfiniA' Riva,
janlO 12 North Cherry ttreet.
As tliglble front portion of an office on'Chnrch
street. In the Maxwell House, can be obtained
by applying at this office, or at No. 79 Church
street, ncxtdoor tothe MnsonicIIall. febl tf
To Cousnmptlvea. The Advertiser, hav
ingheen restored to health in a few weeks, by a
very simple remedy, after ha ving suffered several
years with a fevere lung affection, and that
dread disease. Consumption is anxious to mak-e
known to his fellow-sufferers the means of cure.1
To nil who desire it. he will send a copy of the
prescription used, (free of charge), with the di
rections for preparing and using the same, which
they will find a sure Cdre for CoK3CUrTi0N,
Asthma. Bronchitis, ic The only object of
the advertiser in sending the Prescription, Is to
benefit the afflicted, and spread information
which hi conceives to be invaluable ; and hopej
every sufferer will try this remedy, as it will coit
them nothing, and may prove a blessing.
Parties wishing the prescription, will please
address Rev. EDWARD A. WILSON,
Williamsburg. Kings county, New York.
johs T. rooTB.
j. v. YASH.
S. If. IfCRPHT
E00TE, NASH & CO,,
Nos. 17 ana 19 West Columbia St.,
LIQUORS AND WINES.
TJE1LEK3 IN OINOtNB
BOURBOfi", BYE AST) JIOSOXOAHtA;
. . . . . At: . Ti
rToprieters the cuesrniea orna l ur t
Valley WhUky. 1
P There ls'alinost complete .stagnation in
""r money market. As there are no pro-
ui (lie VAMlllirjr uclugiUOVCU, HO OUlS
are offered for discount to the banks and
the banks must nowmake their profits by
investing in governmentor other securities.
While money is easy with-the banks, it L
not so with the mass of our people, for
good" paper is discounted Tn the streets
eerv day frorn 24 per cent..per;month,
andlm mancase3 a great shave w' sub-"
miuea to, aj me "diiy .locks are tearing
every.one will take the benefit of thebank
Exchange on New York is in abundant
supply, with but a limited demand. The
banks arc selling at premium and buying
The tendency of gold during the week,
has been downward- It however took a
sharp upward turn yesterday, having
opened at 135jj and closed at 1R7J. The
rale here is generally about one cent, less
than the New York quotation. Silver i.i
bought at lOeless than gold.
Government securities are without ma
terial change. The demand for C-20s i9 on
the increase in this market. They present
a secure investment for administrators,
guardians, etc., and can generally be
bought here on as favorable terms as in
New York. The following are the quota
tions for yesterday :
6- 203, coupon
2d series, coupons
5-30?, Sd serie, coupons
new i?sue... ............
" 2d and 3d series.-
The;Transactions in unenrrent money are
very light. BankofTennesseenoteshaveim
proved. There is not a large demand, but
holders are not disposed to sell. Dealers
are paying from 3045c and are holding
at o3c, and we do not suppose large
amounts could be had for less than 40c.
Union and Planters' Bank ndtes are par.
Bank of Chattanooga is worth 10c, Bank of
There is no change in any of our local
stocks. Davidson county bonds, issued to
the Louisville and Nashville railroad, are
worth S2c. Those issued to the North
western or the Edgefield and Kentucky
roads bring about 74c. The coupons of
these bonds are worth in this market about
7i)c. Nashville city bonds are quoted at
COc Nashville corporation checks are at
15c discount. These checks are taken in
payment of all debts due the corporation,
such as licenses, taxes, fines, etc.
Nashville and Chattanooga railroad
is quoted at 25c. Louisville and Nashville
railroad stock is worth 85c. The stock of
our other railroads is unsaleable.
South Nashville Street railroad stock is
worth 40c, and is improving. Suspension
bridge stock is worth about 92c.
Tennessee bonds sold in New York on
the 11th inst. as follows: $15,000 new at
C2Jc, $20,000 new atC23C, 30,000 new at
G2ic, $10,000 new at f2Jc, $1000 new at
C2ic. Virginia ex. coupon bonds sold at
44c, and Missouri bonds at 9jc.
The New York Post of the afternoon of
the 11th inst. says: "The loan market is
working easy, and, as is usual on Satur
day's there is a plethora of unemployed
funds seeking investment on call. The
rates for stock exchange loans, are 5 cent.
on governments and sometimes C on other
collaterals, but there are large amounts
offering at lower rates. Commercial paper
is unchanged. The best bil Is pass easily at
6.J, but the supply offering is small."
Tlie operations of the treasury for the
past week have been as follows : National
currency issued, $22,G00, making a total in
circulation of S299,000,000 ; disbursements
by the War Department, $2,011,000 ; Navy
Department, S77.500; Interior Department,
$144,000; fractional currency distributed,
$167,000; securities held in trust for
national banks, for circulating notes, $340,
000,000; securities held for deposits of
public money, $39,000,000; receipts of in
ternal revenue for tha week, $1,835,000;
fractional currency redeemed and dest roved, .
The New York Journal of Commerce of'
the afternoon of the 11th inst. says . "The
market generally presents but little anima
tion, and the business of the week closes
quietly. The drygoods trade is dull, and
prices of most descriptions of plain and
fancy cotton productions have declined.
Woolens are in limited demand but
values of even the most desirable grade?.
are hardly maintained."
The following will show the slocks of
cotton on hand at the various ports on the
1st of September, 18CC, the receipts and
exports to foreign ports since that date and
the slocks on hand at the dates designated :
, 97629 19SS7
. 50791 2152!)
K. Orleans: MnvlO...
Mobile, May3 .
Charleston, May O.
Florida. April 30 . ..
Texas. May 4 ,
N.Carolina. May a
Virginia. Mav J!....-
New York, April 29
Other t'orts. .May 3.
The stocks held in interior towns, from
which we have returns not included in the
receipts at the porto, are na follows ;
Augusta and Hamburg, April 9
Macon, On., May 10
Columbu. Ha., April 27
Montgomery, Ala.. May 4
Memphis, Tenn , May 10 . -
Nahvillc. Tcnn.. May 14
Weekly Itovlew ofXasliTlHe Whole
NAsnviLLE, May 15, 18C7.
Since our Jast weekly review, there has
ben no improvement in any of our mar
kets except the cotton market. It baa im
proved .slightly under favorable advics
from abroad, but ia yet far below the vlenn
of Fellers of the great staple. The other
markets are all quiet. There is some de
mand for corn and bacon, and considerable
Hales daily, but less than waa anticipated.
Cotton The cotton market since orr
last has continned depressed though pricos
have gradually improved, until they are
fully 2 cants batter. The sales yesterday
20, 39 at 21, 5 at 22, and 13 at 23c per lb.
Received durin-tie week-- - HB
Stock on hand
Price 2023c per lb,
Tbc following dispatches were receivtd
New Yoktx, May Mi Gold opened at
10.45 a. M. Gold 1SS?J
llrlft A. M. Gold 138f. Cotton un
changed. 2 r. ir. Odd 13fJj. Cottea demand
active at full prices uplands 23c
' 11:45 a. M. Gold 13Cf. Cotton un
changed. 1 r. Jd. G!d13?r Gotton demand
moderatrand prices firm 23 and20.- SSlits
to-day 2000 bale : receipts 1990.
LlVESrooi,. Mav 14. 11:30. Cnttonnuiet
bat firm, fedes to-dajr bales at
11 J-foruplandaandtlllorOrlcans )f
1:30 r. M. Cotton brisk. Sa'le to-day
1S0O bales. '3 3 - i
Brown, . Shipley & , Co'ii, I-ifcerpolirf
cular of the 2Cth nit- gives the following
items ' ' " ' ' f.
Stock 820,110 bales? of which' 454,720
areAmerican ; against- at,,sanic timq lhit
year S21,950 of which 334,320 were
At Ska American 120,000 ; East India
425,000 total 545,000. Same time last
year,- American 115,000 EaH India 425;
000 total 725,000 bales.
At ,rea and in port 1,371,110 bales. Last
year same time 1,540,950.
Tobacco; No change in the stale of the
market. YVequote : '
Lugs - 2c per lb.
Common Leaf sat ' "
Medium 44M "
We annex the wholesale figures prevail
ing in the other departments of commerce :
At.EA.rBRKR--AIe. 2151S ner hbl.. incln.
dine barrel; Beer, 815 per bbl., lncludinc barrel.
u-iaaisa and opk iiagjinz iswrjve peryariti
Brooms Per dozen, S35.
UtJTTER-2022cperlb; Northern 2330c.
USKflWAX Yellow 23c: common SScner Hi.
BrcKETS Painted $350 per doten; cedar S7 00
peruozen; urass noopeu sh.
Cedap. Chests, moth proof 3 feet. $10 00: 3)4
feet, $12 00; 4 feet. S15 00; 4)4 feet, S13 ft).
CiNDLES Star candles 16c per lb: tallow 13W
13Je per lb.
Casti.vos Country hollowware 6c per lb.
Co vi ee Rio 2(23c; Laguyra 30c; Java
1244o per lb.
CoNrncTioxEBiES Common candy 20c per lb
Qumdrops 4015c; Hock candy SX.; Fanc32fc
40c per 11).
Cor-v Mkal Unbolted SI 25 per bu'hel.
Coppkk Sheet 43c per lb.
Cotton- Y ahxs No. 500, per doien 28c.
No. 000. " " . 21c.
No. 700. " " lfcv
Cotton Rnpr 63 cents per lb.
Cheese Wetern Keserre 17lScper lb: Eng
lish Dairy 2023c; Hamburg 20c.
Crackers liutter Crackers 10c; Soda 10c;
Susrar 15cpcr lb.
Dried Fruits Pcaehes. peeled. 6 per bushel;
unpeeled,.'3 754 50: Apples $1 :.
Drcos Opium S9 50cil0per lb; camphor SI 20
1 35; ash soda 7,'SKc: arsenic powder 2022c
perlb; alum7Sc; aloes 5060'j: blue mass 8-
S1; borax 42450; bluo vitriol I7('13c; capperas
4c: chalk 6c; cream tartar 4560c; clue 1722$
saleratus, per bbl, $12; Prussian blue C7S0o;
carb. maimesia 65ft 7V; morphine S7 50S per ot,
quinine $2 50(251) per oz.
Dyes Logwood 1418c perlb; fustic 1012)f
madder 1416c; cud bear i'IOc per lb: indlro
SI 351 50.
Fruits Prunes 20:C: drum figs 25c: Zante
currants 23c; raisins M. P.. So perbox; laycr$52
datcs30c; citron 45: lemons ?G$7 per box;or
ances &6$7 per box; almonds 3"g39c per lb.
Egos 20 per dozen.
Feathers SOOTx- per lb for new live geese.
Flocr Superfine S1250perbbl: extra family
S1415: fancy brands $1517 50.
Gunpowder Dupont's sporting S9 50 per kes;
blasting S3 50 per keg.
Glass Per box, American 8x10, S6: 10x12,
650; 12x13, iS.
Ginseng iOd93e per lb.
Grain KyeSl40 per bushel: corn, white, 12"
wheat, none in market: oats 85P0c.
iiav su per ton. in store,
Iron Tenncsseebloomhar, lOKc: bioomband.
1212Vc: bloom nail :
rod. lljc; Pittsburg bar.
6sc: Pittsburg band. SfflSc per lb; common sheet
iron evc; cuarcoal. ll'4c; Kussia2ic.
Hides Green salted. 10c per lb: green, 17 J :c
dry salted, lie; dint, 15c.
Lard Leaf. 13Jyl4e per lb in tierce; lea., in
half bbls, 14; leaf, 15o in kegs.
Leather Harness 40e; Oak sole, 4550c;
Hemlock sole, 3S40c; upper sides, per dozen,
$3CHUk American calf, per doz., Sffloa.W French
Lbad Pig, 9o per lb; bar. 10c
Moi.jssfs N. Orleans. 85W0e per gal- East
ern syrups, 80ig SI 2."; golden syrup, SI 35: sor
Nails-IO penny's, $7 25; 25c additional on
each of other sizes.
OlLs-Coal oil 5254c; Linseed SI 7ftl SO;
Lard 31 331 47; Tanner's .$1 001 25; Castor
Potatoes S3 C03 SO per bbl.
Provisions Clear sides. 13ke per lb: rib
bed sides, 12; shoulders, OWSlOc; plain hams,
15c; sugar cured hams, 1610c.
Rice Kagoon, 12V13e perlb; South Caruli
Salt S4 50 por bbl. for seven bushel bbli
Liverpool, in four bushel sacks, $2 50 per sack.
Spices Kacc ginger. 30(332c per lb: ground
ginger, 40e per doz; nutmegs, $1 O'j&l 70 per lb;
pepper, 33 15c; sifted pimento, tie.
Spirits Bourbnn whisky, S3I4; Roberlean
county, .2 501; Id rye S5; rectified Bourbon
and Robertson county, $2 354; raw whisky,
S2 352 7..: alcohol, $5 50; brandy. S35024.-
Starch S3Mc per lb.
SrOiR New 5rlean?, ne,w?13'15J$; fslanfl,
124314io by the hogshead, and 15c per barrel:
refined yellow. lTlCa per lb by tho barrel
crushed and pulverised, 17c.
Seeds Por bushel. Herdi graw, S3 00, Clover,
none : Timothy, $4 00 ; Bluo grass, cleaD,
none; Orchard, id 00; .Seed Gits. SOc; Millet.
$3 00: Hungarian grass. 1 P0; Flax. ?C per
bODA English, 11 1 H.' per keg. sal. jda,
f-c per poum
Tallow lOo per Bound.
TIN uiocK. sc per lb; IU 10x11. &16 00 D
box; IX 10x14, 19 50 per box: IX'l420, 20 50
pcrboi: IC 14x20, $17 00 per box; trrne roofing
$16 00 per box.
Tcs Imperial, $1 CfV?l 75j)er lb; gun bot
der, $22 25; Y ouag Hyson, $1 CW51 0; black,
White Lea pcr cwt., tll10.
Xaalirille Wholesale rryeoil Trails.
Nashyille, lay 15, 18C7.
The drygoods trade this week has been
fair, but not so large as the previous week.
There has, indeed, been a considerable fall
ing blTin sales, owing, in a great measure,
to the season which requires the attention
of farmers and planters at home, and
diminishes trade. The stocks in'o'ir homes
are still large and varied.
,"Vc annex quotations of a few staple
Prints. Standard brand, 17c
Tickings 25C-I7c. Coneite-ga-cn (told Mvdal.
45c. ' j
Scotch Ginghams 3 to 45c. -
Domestic Ginohams 17i?33p.
Cotton Pi.aid3 17fl2c.
American Lawns 2045c.
Fanov Dress Goods 2(S$l no.
All Wool Cassimers 75tJ2 10.
All Wool Twkeds-5
Lines Drills 22Jf75c.
Linen Ducks 21S0a.
Skirt Braids 75(JS0c
SnEETiNGs 4-4 hcivy sheetings. 1925c, Cre
scents 19c; Tcnnesee premiums, 10c: heavy'
sheetings, 13(ail9c; X do.,;io17c: O'naburgs
Jiew York .toiicy anil Stock Market.
New York, 'May 11. .Money is more abund
ant at 4ff5 percent- on call. Gold more active
and higher; closed at 1371374. The shipment
to-morrow will be very large; tno Persia nasal
ready $1,875,000 engaged; this is the main reason
of the advance. Government securities firm.
Registered '31 11111I: do coupons lllHfr
imS; 5-20 coupons 'C 100!4106: do January
and July, 107103 ; 10-40 registered 999 :
10-40 coupons. 93KI 00: August 7-30s 10ti
100 : Jnne7-30j 10105K.
St. I.oiiIh Market.
St. Louis, May 14. Tobacco brisk, and an
improved feeling for all grades, but prices un
changed. Cotton dull and nu gales reported, at
23c for middling. Flour (inn and aetive atS120
(&13 for superfine extra : double extra, including
choice $13 5017 50. Wheat langid and droop
ing; spring $2659285; prime full $3 G59370;
family S3 70ia3 80. Corn heavy and lower a
tl 0341 M. latter for Strictly choice. Oats firmer
Cincinnati. Mav 14. Flour dull but prices not
lower; superfine $12 59LTiO.' trade brands $lt
I660. Wheat dull nnd priws nominal, some
forced sales were made at $3 20s?3 25 for No. 1
red winter, but is held generally at 15205 alioye
this. Corn very dull and prices nnsettlrd: No.
1 mixed U offered at &l 03. Oats Irregular. Luc
are selling at 72ftj73 in elevator, and 7So incogs.
Mess pork held at S22 M. Cotton unchanged
and firm at 25c for middling, but the demand it
quite limited. Gold closed at 136! 4'.
vr York Market.
New York. May 14. Cotton easier. 23e for
middling. Coffee quiet. Sugar dull at 10sjtfl2c
for Cob , 11c for Porto Rieo.
JVC iv Orleans Market.
New Orleans, May IS. Cotton eaiier, low
middling '&26c Sugar low: fair 12n; choice
tifif' Molawta nominal at 40c, prime 62.
New York Dry GootlsTMarket.
Nsw Yoar, May II Thedry good nrkt is
dull. Cotton goods deprweJ. tiUnd&xd jheet
ings steady at a ooneesslon, and selling at ISc for
best make ; Kfor second, and 12 for inferior.
Unbleached muslins lower; Bartlett4-4 down to
16. Harris 4-1 Clinton C C. 19 to 22' do k.
16, narns -i bunion w
2uo; Knight l&Kf. J
Lousdale 4-4 &i Ilebron
Booth 5-4 21. Ccttonades loi
extra heavy 17V4:
lower . Hamilton 21 :
PembertonSO; N. Y. mills plakls 3-i. ana
Fanner'i Union AX,
J'or Cairo, HU Lont, Memphis nnd
THE SPLENDID PAhSE.NOx.tt
Steamer. NASHVILLE. Wtixr
Kiuui stuifr. JoHfsnr Haepes.1
Clsrk. will leave a above on THURSDAY, the
18h inu at 4 o'clock r. m.
rVr Freight or Paae apply on board, or to
41 and 42 Front street.
.,x HARRISON 4 SoKSi
mayl6 It Agent'.
Drs Callender & Buist.
af.ixinii.i. Jronsc xo. 7.52S
Sfeity Bsr.t(6l2MiafIIaK ; "
M-Ja CHURCH HTJREETj
. ; -
, , AwuvrD. .
1 1.; Tyrone, Cairo. .
!- - Anna White, St. Louis.
Tempest, Louisville. , .
, Nashville, Cairo. .
The river is falling slowly with .fonr feet
water on Ilarpeth Shoal?. Weather fair
The Tyrone had a fair trip. TIjaNash
ville follows her and will leave foT Cairo
to-morrow afternoon at 4 o'clock.
There ia no change in the status of the
western waters which are slowly declinin
FIHE, MAMA'S, IIVLT,
IN KIND TRANSPORTATION JCINKK
Tnkea at Equitable Rate.
5"Loses Lilrlya b'ustciLand prompOy paMCa
Office. Second National Bank bnilding, Colle,
street. JOHN LU.MSDEN. President.
Y. J. THOMAS. Vice Prudent
JOSEPH NASH, Secretary,
! INSURANCE CO.
Income for yea rem!) JO SOO flOr
Jan. I. IStt7,' 0,ilZZ.10i)
' . f
Ami Pollrlet I-sueil.j i
Nashville Agency: 36 College
W. H.TALBOTT. P.P. PECK.
General Af;eut. Resident Agent,
N. R. This Company has uniformly made 2C
percent larger Annual Dividends than any other
Life InsuranceCompany represented in this Stale
Tnos. S. Marr, Fres't. L. G. Tarbox. CashV.
NATIONAL SAVINGS OMPANY.S
Corner Union and College Streets.
THE FOLLOWING ARE THE RATES PAID
tor U. S. Soo-iriiies. Compound Interest
Notes. Gold, eto by the National Savinos'
Co u pant, corner of Union and College streets:
!v-203 24 series coupons-... ...............
6-20s 3d series coupons...... ......
5-20s New Issue
10-403.- - ............
7-20s 2il and 3d -
Compound Interest Notes, June, 1364
" Aug.. 1S04
" Oct., 1SS4 ...
" Dec 13
" .May. 15
" Aug.. 1SSS..
" Sept.. ism.
" Oct.. lStW
Tennessee Bands-......- - Co
Loulvilla i Nashville R. R. Slock 8.S
Lnuisvillc At Nasbville K. It. Tax lteceints.llll
Nashville A Chattanooga It. R. Stock . .. 2ft
Nashville Corporation Checks 8-ri
South Nashville Street R. R. Stoek- 40
Suspension Bridge Stoek .- - ..- 92
Davidson uounty uonus. 71
Silver- - m ,
On London Jfi 90 per penad.
On Dublin C 90 "
On Edinburgh 6 90 " "
Un lieritn - 105 per tualer.
On Frankfort W f' guilder
And on all the principal cities of Germany.
The following are the rSte rmM for nneurrent
Bank of Tennessee, old
People's Bank 4
Planters' and Me
chanics' Bank-;. 13
State Bank. .. 07
Southwestern R. R.- 2f
L'nion Bank tv
Bank of Mobile 90
B'k of Montgomery. 0
Bank of Selraa . 20
.Central Bank 04
Commercial Bunk U
Eastern Bank 4'.
Northern Bank - 40
Southern Bank - 90
Central R. R. BTc ft)
Georgia Railroad ii
B'k of Mid. Georgia. 80
Marine Bank ft
Baak of Augusta S5
Augusta Insurance- P!
Bank of Columbus- 0f
Bank of Commerce. 10
Bank of the Empire
State - - 22
Bank of Athens- -- - 43
Bank of Fulton - V
Bank of Savannah. XI
Bank orthe State of
City B'k of Augusta. 27
Farmers and Me
chanics' Bank K
Mechanic' Bank- 01
.Merchants' A Plant
ers' Bank - - OiV
Planters' Bank - 12
L'nion Bank-- 16
Planters' Bank. 93
Union Bank ...nar
Union Bank Cert's par '
It k of Chattanooga, 10 I
Bank of Csraiaerce,par 1
Bank of Knoxville. &)
Bank of Memphis par
Bank of Pans.. -car
Bank of the Union, par
B'kof West Tenn 40
Buck's Bank ......par
City Bank- 01
Commercial Bank 93
Merchants' Hank par
Northern Bank, - -par
OcoeeBank -. 10
Southern Bank - 25
Traders Bank par
l,uo s ueneral in
surance Co.- - 23
Bank of Camden.-- 40
Bank of Charleston, 13
Bank of Chester 12
Hank of Georgetown U
Bank of Hamburg- 17
Hank of Newberry-- 40
Bank of the State cf
South Carolina to
Commercial Bank - 02
Exchange Bank - IS
Farmers' uud x-
rbunee Bank 02
Merchants' Hank 12
Planters Hunk ot
JaS.'.G. Oqdkx. Prest. Chs. T. AVISO, Cashier
WING. TO HEY A CO.,
Corner ITnlon anil Ctierry St., Opposite
Uiinu or TfnnesHpe, jeam in tjoia,
Sliver, Government NIocIih. Coml
liounn Interent NoteN. IjiikI U'arrantM
anil Sotitherii Bank .Vole.
CLOStSO r RICES THIS DAT?.
IT. K. Bonds. '81 110 lOoId 1
5-20's 1st series '2 107 Silver 120
3,1 " 'n lftsu-
New (Jan 4 JnlyJ 107il
Coup. 10-40's 99
Aug7-30slst senee (f1-
160. not 1S12
June " 21 " lte .
July " 3d . " I
TE.VNRSSBB BASK XOTKS.
Bank Tenn old 30
Planters Bank K)
Union Bk Sl Cert's Vi
Bank Chattanooga It)
Cornn. Int. Notes,
" Ivnnxvtlts tu
" Mid Tenn
" West Tenn
111K City Bank
110 Commercial JJank
fi- 'Uooee Uanlf
OR Southern Bank
LiNRRtax rec 110
Corporation serip 85
.Life Alien In Co
Also the highest price pawl for all kind ot
Southern Bank Notes. Printed Prleo lift fur
cished when desired.
We arc selling U. S. Revenue Stamps at Gov
ernment rates of Difcoant.
$S0 to 100 2 per cent dis. . France I Frnc
HK)3 per cent dls. i.-iwuieriana is per
10001 percent di. Belgium J 1 dollar
N. Y. Exebsng. y, pr. oermawy.
Cincinnati " 1-lOnr. Bremen tl 17 per 1 gold
LonisvIHo ' 1-10 pr. Thaler.
Memphis " jprin. Berlin. SI 97 perl Pras
Small Drafts -4 " sian 'fhaler.
Foreio! ExcHAKOt Munich ) fll
Ensianl 1 $7 (f) pr .trankfe-rt Per one
Irelaud one iwund AmesUrdaml Guilder.
Scotland J 3teiling, Corporation cheeks 12
Detroit received and oolleetioDS made on all
umoa boars, ai. n.wsr. w.
To lhc Creditors of Alexan
ander Fall, Deceased.
A BILL HAVING BEKH I'lLEU i
Chancery Court at Naihville.Xor the set
tlement of the estate '.f Alexander Fall, de
ceased, its Insolvency having prernasiy oeen
luggested in the County Court, you are hereby
notified to file yoor olaims la the office tr tie
Clerk and Master within the time required b7
ra ay32w titrt ana jiasisr.
FRBK FROM TASATI05.
WE OFFER AT PRIVATE 3ALB, THE
shale or a Dart of the celebrated aalx-
ball prsperty, beloBging to the aetata of Thomas
Gewdy, deee ised. cootinin nearly Hlx Acres f
LanJ, This is one of the finest pieeeof pro
perty, (tdl things considered.) that his bn put
upon the market for marry years. AYelnvite the
special attention &f thstederinag'a good specu
lation, te tbis choice sod attractive property
en fre foil territory. Also, the elllgibla Store
House, Z7o. 16, Collwe street, occupied r i
maay years U a Jewelry Stere by the late Tha.
Gowdy. This Is the best location in Kaihvtlle
fir a ouMnsn Lo. rrtermtvet., app'r.to
A. STRETCH. ExecuUlr.
A. NELtipN x COxAint. or
j: L. r. W. BRtWi
' o is S3
I 0 N 5-q
- ft 7
. I -
At Least Si
20 per Cenl. Guaranteet
FOR SALE BV
W. WALTER KING 4I' CO.,
St. Charleo HotI tarkct Street.
General Agents for Tennestee, Mistttsfppl and
N. B. Liberal Inducements OtTrretl
DR, W, L, NICK 0
OFFICE: : '
Corner or Cherry anil ITnlon- Mrmt.
Residence at NICHOLSON IIOHSI, ojir t
Church and Spruce streets.
febli-3m ' - '
JOHN' rtERRIFORD. J. i. HSBT1S.
HERETP0RD, REEVES & 00.,
Xo. 7.1 liilllo Squfar;,
HAVWO REMOVED OCR tTOCK PMk
m. 40-Droadstrett to No. 79 Vrftot&f-Zm,
we nre prepared to evntinae the bsMiaMS. sit
plying tne wants ot our old patroii m1U mat
ones who may favor tit with their ordari. w
have on hand and arecnn.nantly recevtuy law
snnplias of Groceries, Liauon, and evryiUms;
to bo lonan in onr use t bu.inxi. 1'Art,
attention paid to recerving, -.r piog
L ot ton.
NOTICE 1.1 JIBREBY OIVEW, THAT" A
Commission Appointed by authority of Aei
of Congress, to pa&s upea the Claims u Utfml
persons, for compentatiofl for thWr lr Ik
were enlisted or drafteil Into the United Ctnlfc
army, within the State of Tennessee-, is ar tn
session in Najbvilic, and prepared to rcfcali
such claim', at the room cl the CotaiUsion
No. flk Colonnade Building, Cherry stresC
O. E. DAVIS. Pradtt
V. B. Cemmistioo fur State ft TaaMs
Corner College and Dnlou Street.
RO. TUOSirSOM WOULD IHVOKM
. friend, and the public that bo Ins JiMtftHfd
up and oprnfti an olrgftut ItMlaarnHt frtt 1U
Palooc, w)irr gDllmn wilt An.l at H mnet i
oaly the tieat th noma mirkrt aflbnl, bat b Mm
Lrtt of evarylhlag from a ilManta ilaflag pw
mnt tha arrvkra of a HraL-rata cook, aaJ froea aiy
long exprtanra In tietl bontnmt, I feft etwMint c.f
being bl to pbaa cutloavrt.
FrMlt Oyitor recvtreJ duly aatvaii ttf hi
styts Ttth Oamo always on ho.t.
nort-ly It O. TnOMPtOW, Preprktar.
Choice Selerteil Flowerat Plan,
Nhrnhliery anil Evergreen"?. .
THOMAS (JAliTLASIr, OAKDBNDR,
West of Cumberland Hespttsd.
HAS ON HAND THB CHOICKfX A AD
most extrnsive stock of Native uad ua-
most extrnsive stock of Native ui
ported Flowerji, Shrubbery, DeisiilBsiiH Mm!
Hverereen Trees. RtM&t. Vine. Hrannhniiaa aaJ
Bedding Plants abt.at NafhtiUe, nbiati irW be
sold at lowest ch pri"et. TboM iu wast I
suck are Solicited tn examine the stuck at Mia
Sotrrn NAsnvii.i.r. sTitrirr haii
HO A I). Until fiKther tteatae. yax'tntf
c.m obtain tiekeU.it the following itlaeas: Cl
Office. No. 31K Pnbll'- S,Mr-rVKfrfty. Airesit.
Singleton, at Pnsln46c btrtt.Hnr: M. C. Oath'
Drug More. Cherry tret; Coir'a. CaVa.
South College street. The rate ara hi Mow
Two Tickets for FlMeen Cents
Seven Tketfor PHly Cants.
Fourteen Ticket far One Dailar.
Whan passengers pay in tho cars, tha fate will
he ten rent, asd tbay ara expoetml m npfca
their own ehange. CamlsrMrs wfMtMpWVMr
rent and ohb dllar packsgaa of tickets fhr std
on the car.
DAVID HUGHHS. PneH ..
J. S. ROB INHON. Watary.
npri IB..P.AT.1 ,
Marine an 3' Fife
Under the new ehartar. U aairsna lar I iiaiai -AT
NO. M NORTH COLLMK flWKJ
Nmxl duar ta sentar af (
1 ' '
JOSIlpn W. Al.tav, ProsMeni.
A. W. n OTr.TiKvSoa)to rj
John M. HIM. Wajrtii U. O'
R. B. ChettbaM. Joi T.frnikm.
Q. W. llaadersbott. A. (7. JUlasw.
. . . Josspb Vi. Allan,
HENRY J. DUjOIiHT,
SPECIFICATIONS AND WORKIIIO DliT
0 1 NO-, uade wmJi or w Hkomt raawWw4aW
Om. at the .Maxwell II
VV. D. Fst
vn-tf . .
FOR REAT, 4
ffiHE BUILDIK KXOWJf -AM Tit M
X Brtwery, ia Jlortk 2laahHW. an Jainaai
I treat, mth a )u( latiand itAblas,
P. R. CHBaTHAM.
dadTMf Ho. 7 Norti Charrr s
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