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6jpenjAn cfatnixu or "rum CLOSES. 0PESS. l'lrwf Northern. midnleht. ... - "-00 a. MJ Soronil Northern. 1:00 a. u - '.-Mr J 5lrl WaMiliislon nl Kontliern vlis 4'Iutlf nnooii. 2 00 midnight 7-00 ji, J Kecoml WntIiltiirton and Nontliprn vli t IinltnnooKt. :00 r.v - 'kOO r. 1 lK-fnlur. M.iiij1iI nnil New Orleans! 12:00 uildnurnt. ...-- r. Eritreffeld nml Kentncky R. R. .1:V)A.U . lfcOOAJ Northwestern K. K. 03 p. u.. .,.. ....... .t - ..10:30 AJ llmiion via Klnse. 12:00 midnight 5:D0 P.J Thomiavillc vln Stnse. ,2M midnight w........j......Tneiday 5:15 P. J Jorlnti Kiore.vtn Stage. Monday 12HJ0 midnight ..-.. .1.-00 p.m. Wednesday do .. . ... do Friday do do Office Hours. Prom 7 a. v. to 6 p. X. Sundays, 7 to 3 a. U. j RA.II.BOAD TIME TABLE. SAKUVTIXE AND DECATUR RAILROAD LINE.1 Columbia Accommodation Train ; Arrive atNiwhTllle . - SUM a. m. Lcivo " 4,00 p. u. Mail and Accommodation Train Leave Naohville at 7J30A.K Arriv at Nashville r-- 1.45 P. m. Memphis, Mobile and N. 0. Express: Leave Nahvl!le at - 7.00 r. x. Arrive at Nashville..- 1-T0 A. H.I looisvilix Aim Asnvrr.t.B hailboad. Leave Naphville at. fi-00 A. if. and 7.00 p. lf.l Arrive at Louisville at- 1.00 p. m. and XV, p. v. J Leave - , 8.20 A. v. and 8.00 p. m Arrive at Nashville at.-4.50 v. u. ana a. j Passenger Car attached to-Freight Train : j Ltvo Nashville at 3.10 r.Jj Arrive at Nashville- .-11.50 a. i XASHVTLLE AND CKATTANCOOA BAILTtOAl Leave Sfumviiie m... ....... o.m k. . ana o.o r. Arnviisat Shelbyvtlle- 9.15 a. . and 9.15 p. V ri..tanAA(Mi HI i U nnrl 7fifl l Arrive nt MhriUe-.r- 4-30 a. m. and 3.50 p.1; Arrive at Nashville 11.10 a. m. and 3.50 P, nl (.buuaays cxcepcea.j HA8IIVII.liEANDNOUTnWJOTEUK RAILROAD! raracnger Araina. Leave Nashville at - - 4 40 p. m 1 ir. of .Tnlinicnnvllle at 10.30 P. : Johntonville at ... - - S.00 A. Ji wntee atNabville . 8.S0 a m.h EDGEFIELD AND KENTUCKY RAILROAD. , Arrive at Nashville at .. ?.00 a. f wTeNashvilliiat. 1.30P. ill 8 AI1B ATI t CHllRCn SERVICE. Catholic PATIIUTITIAT. flomernf Cedar and Bammd Street. Right Rev. P. A. Fceban, D. I)., Re J W. Welsh and Rev. J. S.Kean. Kesldence oil kiimmeratreei. uriioinlnarlhe Cathedral. Hunl day Kierciies-Maisea at 6 nod 8 o'clock, J M. lllifu Maw ana aermon at iv-st : for thetoarheri and scholars of tho Sundni School at !)!.., ana catecneucai instrui-uon immediately thereafter: Vespers and Ben? diction at o P. u. Masses every morninci CHURCn OF THE ASSUMPTION NortH Nashville. .Rev, Father Ropis. Residence oJ Mass and sermon at 10 a. v.; Catechism fort children at 2 p. it ; Vesper and Benediction aa ST. JOHN'S OTIURCn EdeeBeld. Rev. I. Al Bertram. Mass on Sundays at iu a. m. Baptist. TTBST TtAPTIST CtHTRCn V.ast side Sum- mer street, between Union Rnd Cedar strocu.i 11. tt 1)r. U. It. fl. llotrfsll. Pastor. Residence! No. 11, North Snmmcrstrect. Services at 1 a m., and 8 p. m. The Sunday School meets at SPkSn(1" STREET BAPTIST CnCRCH- j Polk Avenue. Rev. V. W. I'ntiiips, rastori Rosidcnee corner Spruce and Cedar streets i Service al 11 A.v..nnai'Ar.v. CHERRY 8TREKT BAPTIST CHURCt Corner Cherry and Kim streets. ev. ts l Pastor, Services at a. m., and 7Ji umce in uosemeni. , PRIMITIVE BAITIST CIIURCH-8ouJ lego street, near Howard fccnool rj tldcr .1. ii. Btopuens. uesiaence is brano street, west ot Mcwairy. oervw a. j. and 4 p. . Motliotl iNt Kplscoiml. UN'IOK M.E. CHURCII-Summerstri Capltu. Avenue, iter. U, KutlcUfrv .scrvlJes at tu; a. u., anu i vs r. m. Nrluuil ot L'U P. u. .M'KEMDREE CHURCH-Churth t tvMn Hiimint.r and Hlch istroiitfl. HI Unv. H. A. Vimiie. Pastor. Rnrfdei 1 Suuth Hieb street. Services at lO1 J FLflSTRKET CHURCII-Comcr . Sninmcc nml Rim iitrocla. Rev. C C. A : Pastor, services at 10 a. m.. and v'-i - . . . . . CITY :ii'x atussiOK nev. w. u.t. Hawno. intendent. Rnsidenco No. W South street. TRINITY CHURCII-Edgcfield. Rev. It. Hill, Pastor. Services at II A. M. TI LIP STRECT CiIURCH-E.l(fctield. J i llarbee. Pastor. bervIcesatllA.it Vj P. it. rreobytcrlnn. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CUIRCH- east piirnoi Church nud Summer street it r. Uuntinc. Pastor. Kesldenco at i ttonauo, Summer street. Services at l i 3 ml hU p. u. Kont.s CrrM.t nlc-ht. . . 1 ASSOCIATE REFORMED PRKSBYT1 CHURCH Corner ofCoIlceo and Ash ! Oollcffe Hill. Roy, J. A. liowry, Pastol vices at u a. M. SECOND PRESBYTERIAN OHURCH- Cdlcee streot. between Public Suuaro at . ouit street. Ilcv, Wm. Karnsuaw, PJ a. it,, and "HP. M. i PRKSII YT U It IAN CHURCH Woodland itesidence Ml union btrocL services i-.dRcUeia. Kev. Air. Trlaiuie, Pastor. Ciimbcrliintl.rro.sbytorinn. FIRST CUMBERLAND PRESBYTER! I'Hl'IlCll West side bummer street, corns Cumberland Alley, between Church nn Brood streets. Rev. A. J. Baird. D. U , Pj tnr. llestdonee 03 Houtli uucrry streot. vices at 11 a. u., and K p. u. Office in f.l part of the Church. Office hours from 3 r. u. SECOND CUMBERLAND PRESBYTERI.J CIll'RCH Corner South Colletre and Mulbl rystrjeta. Rev. J. M. Halsell. Pastor, Re Uence l'.'l South College street. Services at a.m., and S r. m. ClirlMlnn. CHRISTIAN CHUROH-Chureh street, be tween llieh and Vine. P. S. Fall. Pastor 4 Residence, Southwest corner Deiaumbranel aud Vine streets. Services at 11a. and SI P. M. Lutlicrmi. GERMAN LUTHERAN CHlllCU-Nortb .Market street Kev. Herman Ugsers, Pastori Residence In tdecticld. Services at 10 a. m j I'.pUruitnl. CHURCH OF THE Al)VKNT-South YJ street. Her. James mooro. aorvices at , A.M. nuau p. u. bundnv senool at 8 '-5 Teats free to all. cdnesday morn vravcrsat 11 o'clock. CHRIST CUURCH-Northeast corner Cil ana liitti streets, iter. w. J- huts is services aiiCHA.Jt. and A.M. bundayi CHORCH OF THE HOLY TRINITY i of south Uigu street and Kwmg avenui . x. Helms. Keetor. Serv ceal lOHi ST. STEPHENS-Edgeficld. Southwe?J ot ualion and Oak. Itcv. J. ill Kecter Hebrew. CONOREOATION M0QEN DAVID 0.1 UO.-otth .Market street. M MyerJ tcr. A. Lande, Preeidcnt: J.Elli Vicii dent. ' C0N0RFQATI0N 0HAVES EMFS OM DOX-No. Al South Market atreeU I M. Rote. Minister. II. Cvben, Presidetl Iter, Vteo Prudent. CONlIRKHATInN RIIAI JHSIirRUM FORM North Front street. S. Weil. Pil dent. jM. Msbel, Vice 1 resident, Religious. ReT. A. R. XIacer of Kef tucky, will preach at the First Bapits! Cliurch, at 10 o'clock this morning Registration. Major Alden will rej open tho registration office for lhi counh tomorrow. Nothino Criminal. Not a case of criminal nature came up in tho Justic CourU yesterday. Personal. Captain Thomas L. Do of the GIwrow (Ky.) liaws, is in Edl field, on a short visit. Dn. Paul F. Eve and lady and Mtt Kitty KcEwen leave Nashville to-morroi for New York, en rtmtt for Europe. Then numerous friends will wish them a pleasant! journey and safe return to their home. Pomtonih The Mendelssohn Concert for the benefit of the orphans has been postponed until Tuesday evening, June 25th, on account of the Masonic celebration. IxDtfcCRBrioK. A colored man from Murfrewboro, named Leatherwood, lost a pocketbook and twenty dollars yesterday, "by carelessly leaving it on the counter of a North Nashville grocery. aft Colosed Deserter. Arrested. A'de- i Hcrlerretu the 3bth United States colored ! infeutry, stationed at St.-Lou:s,' was arrested in Ibis city yesterday byDetective Higgm' bptliara, and was turned over to .the mili' taryjiuthoritiej. Recorder's Court. The following Ifines aad penalties were imposed in the .'Recorder's Court yesterday : Disorderly conduct S. Cron3tine, costs ; foe Southerland. costs; Maryllayg, Henry Stump. Claiborne btumn. discharged. i urunc on street mtz. xiaoou, ?au Iworkhonse. Leaving hack and horses in street with 'out driver Alfred Davidson, costs. Accepting the Situation. A Broad I street merchant was seen, a hot day or two since, vigorously fanning a very.colored customer, who was endeavoring to pull on a pair of boots which he evidently intended "io purchase. Whether the sale was effected has not yet transpired, but .we believe H is the first instance of a merchant carrying t politeness so far, either for whites or blacks Circuit Court. In this court yester day, in the case of Hughes r. French and others, in which the price of one bundred nd fifty barrels of whisky was involved, a ttdgmcntof $1GC 56 was rendered in favor f Hughes Thurft vcaro nn Aivnrr-a Msnj tr-inA vu trday, the court adjourning early in the Kv .... liAtter tnis week, no more jury cases will untried the present term. muiONS. Those in want of wagons and kmbuiances can select at a very moderate jirice, from the immense assortment of our friend Mr. S. H. Stevens, Spruce street, any ize or quality to suite taste, Capt. Stevens s an honorable, .high-minded gentleman, ind our city and country friends wishing o purchase from him will nnd him most liberal and accommodating in his terms. V?c recommend all in need of wagons or ambulances to give him a call. TnE Lincoln County News sayB that the j-jffheat crop of that county will reach 250,- -000 bushels. In 1800, it was 180.000. The Columbia Herald states that laree luantities of wheat can be nurchased in pat county atono dollar and fifty cents per jtisuei. The Lebanon Herald say the wheat crop jin Wilson county is turning out well, and the farmers expect to realize from one dol lar to one dollar and a half per bushel. The Edgefield Concert. The concert and tableau of nations given in Edgefield, Friday night, for the benefit of the Presbyterian Church, was a decided ' success. The' house was crowded, and the performances went off in the most credit- ible manner: ihe tableau of nations plead- ng lor the cap ot liberty was both moral nd interesting, and elicited the warmest pplause. J.lie singing was excellent. One the Jady members of the Mendelssohn fciety won unbounded admiration by her farming vocalization, and a bachelor Piend of ours rapturously declared she was "mockingbird." The tableaux " Lad- FJer of Beauty," "Coronation of Queen Slizabeth," "Turkish Siave." "Statuary." and "Coming through the Rye," were all zood. The last could not have been im- sroved. Green Morrow drew down the house with a couple of comic songs, which fcvery one present would Lave been glad to near a second uaxA. We trust it will not be long ere we have Inother opportunity to enjoy jn Edgefield itertainment. The Order of the Day General order it Sozodont. In the teeth of all onposi- 30 it has become the supreme dentifrice f uhe age. A m.ACIt I.IISKKTINE. j iHe llrpnlis from IboDoloctlvesanil is , Ki'OHsiit to by Xhre$ Bullets-At Kx. I cltinir C'hnse TljroueU 1'lve Nt reels i- ana the Uottosns. Several months since, a negro named jUansotn Chatman, confined in the jail at jebauon on charge of committing a rape, effected his escape from durance, in company rith a number of other culprits who were fiere awaiting trial, and up to yesterday Jiillfully eluded the officers, not "only in ids city, but at other points, though a re- tird had been offered for his apprehension.. 'Detectives Ryan and Funston finally got on his track, and yesterday morning he jtis discovered by them at a saloon on Gay Itreet, deeply absorbed in a game of baga- lfl!r Rvan RtcDDeu in and nuttmcra hand in Chatman's shoulder, notified him of his rrest. The negro, a stout, muscular, cop- ?r-colorediellow, dropped his cue, and gave Lmself up, but desired to be permitted to kins coat, whicu was in an adjoining room. he was allowed to do, and in company LRyan he proceeded t6 leave the saloon. ty reached the door, i-unston said, rant you, Kans., but had scarcely the words ere he tripped and ;er the well developed loot oi oner, who by an unexpected fterous movement had Drought contact with the lower limbs Pticer. Just as suddenly, and at the Koment. he ierked himself from be- the hand of Ryan, and with a leap a bound, he cleared for North Summer leet, tho detectives immediately giving iase, Ityan Hinging his cane, wnicii, mougu fhit. did not stop the fugitive. They soon belied North Summer street, and dotvn is the flying darkle went with the speed the wind, followed by two shots from lunston's revolver, fired to intimidate him, Jit which only had the enect to increase BKed. Turning the corner of Line le pursued and pursuers dashed up were, .soon on Urawlord and at i work on tho border of the bot- l re the chase seemed hopeless, the ping a good distance, and his tieareu certain, ai mis juncture, t soldier of the 5th Cavalry rode kunteered to attempt the capture 3z rascal, who was running rapid- ! the bottoms, and would soon be LhL Instead of making this aiv lt. Funston borrowed the horse of FTlryman, and resumed the chase. idling Watson's Hill, the negro Sabered over a fence and disappeared in thicket, letting fly a number of stones at the detective us he was coming up. Fnn- lton fired two shots, and officerSam Fields, pf the night police, riding up at the mo- lent, discharged two more into the thicket. JSot a scream, or croan, or oemons.ra- ston ot any Kinu, inaicateu iuai me snuis kni taken effect, bnt as the shower of (tones ceased, the ofiicers conduded that km neero was hurt. They rode nn and liscovered him lying bleeding upon the H-ound. with two large pieces of rock lutched in his hands, as if waiting for aeir appearance. It was found, on exam ination, that two ot the snots naa taitcn effect in the region oi me leu nip, wmie another had entered his back. He was taken un and conveyed to the jail, where he Irecdved medical attention, and from whence he will be taken to Lebanon in a few days, neither of the wounds proving serious. KITS 1 THE SPIIH6! THE LATEST IEW YORK, LOJOX)N and PARIS STYLES, UT ALL A SO QUALITT, XT id EXCLUSIVELY IN THE HAT AND PbutiQesj,woean otter a mora extcn- .rartej ttacK ttian any ctser house in. AIIV 4c W-tLKER, '(Sncpsstors to Waeri Walter,? . aftA iriu sr.. BAriBsosr CeiNTY cexvEXTiex. Great K h th hs las m 1 . Luclca Tcm pi XojH4cd, for Ike (Senate,- and cjnpt. a. . Walker nnd Capt. Wm. Driver for tho JLewcr IIaHe. . On motion of the Hon. John Lellyett, the Hon. John C. Gaut was called to; the Chair, and John S. Ward, Esq., of the Union and Dispatch, and all other edi tors present, to act as Secretaries. Judge Gaut explained the object of the meeting in a few brief and pertinent re marks, reviewing the present condition of the country, and advocating earnestly the necessity ofnmted and vigorous action against those who . have trampled on our rights and disfranchised us, in violation of law, right and justice. Mr. Lellyett proposed, that as the call for the convention had been but little known, in the country, he thought i best to po3tponeany action at present, and have another day appointed for the meetin?. in order that a full representation miglg be had lrom an portions ot the county. Colonel Colyar said he was not in favor of postponing the action of the meeting one hour all had heard ot it and if they do not feel enough interest in the vital question before the country, we should not wait for them. e have no time for delay, The question for us M coasider now is, one however repulsive its jFeature3, we must look it straight in the facit, whether we will be slaves or freemen. A party, which has arisen to power by the accidents and mis-. fortunes of the country, with a reckless disregard of right and patriotism, has de termined to rivet the chains of slavery on my neck for fifteen years. While professing to disfranchise me and almost every other honest white man, they have the eflrontery and unparlelled impudence to claim my regard in a social point of view. We are to day groaning under a despotism more galling than is felt by the meanest serf ot Europe or any where else, in the dvilized world. We are going to fight this despotism for the next torty days with an energy and spirit never before exhibited in a campaign in this State. We have everything at stake life, liberty, property and everything that makes lite desirable, Wre must preserve our manhood, and if we go down, let ua go with'our heads up and our spirits defiant and. unyielding.. I can not meet my family or friends and look them in the face, if 1 should tail to put Forth all the power and energy of my nature, to iree my own neck and that of my children lrom this tout oppressson and tyranny. We owe it to our eallant stan dard bearer, Emerson Etheridge, who i3 so ably and we think triumphantly, bearing our nag, and vindicating 'with such match less courage and eloquence the cause of Conservatism against the leagued oppres sion of the despots who now lord it oyer lis. Un motion ot John J. .lUeUann, a com mittee of ten was appointed to present the names of suitable persons for Senator and Representatives. Gov. Foote advised that the committee exerdse more than ordinary caution in the discharge of this duty, and exhorted them to select men whrtse escutcheon had never had a stain of rebellion upon it, The following committee was appointed by the chair : J. J. McCann, Hon. W. Juatt. Urown, Jblis rolk, (colored,) JJr J. E. Manlove, E. Cunningham, Ira P. Jones, Churchill Lanier, Morton Corbett, ihoa. J3. Johnson and C. Altmeyen During the absence of the committee, M. C. Cotton introduced the following resolu tions : Resolved, by the people of Davidson bounty, in convention assembled. That a convention of this Congressional district is thereby called to assemble in this city on . 1 I- 1 L- . , ' T 1 A- " . iiie nrsi oaturuay in Jiuy, to iiuoiumie a .candidate for Congress. i -rv . j. ., mi . t . . ' isesoiveu iunuer, nai we ueera u inex pedient at this time, in this place, io fore stall public opinion by the recommendation of any particular gentleman for the high and important position of a candidate for Conaress. which the people of the whole district should select without undue lias. Resolved further, That we recommend that a convention of this lloterial district be held at the same time and place, to nominate a candidate for the Legislature. - Henry Walterson,Esq.,of the HepuhUatn Banner, moved that the following resolu tion, as an amendment to the resolution of Mr. Cotton, be adopted: Resolved, That the Hon. Thomas N. Frazier on account of his estimable pub lic service and private character his sacrifices, not only to the Union in its hour of danger, but to law, liberty and popular government when assailed by their enemies ' and also for his persecution and expulsion from a bench which, he dignified and adorned is our choice as a candidate for Congress, and that wo respectfully present his name to the other counties composing the district, subiect to the dedsion of the general convention called for the first Sat urday in July. This amendment wa3 discussed with great zeal and force by Mr. Watterson. Gov. Foote endorsed the amendment, and pronounced one of the most glowing eulo gies on the character of Judge Frazier ever before listened to. His burning eloquence brought tears to many eyes developed the fact that there is a great sympathy in the hearts of all honest men for this noble, but basely persecuted man. His phillipic against Trimble was just such as no One else but Gov. Foote could have pronounced. It had Jill the sententious irony of Ran dolph, denunciation of Clay, all the bitter ness of Byron, execration of Cain and much of the witherihg.Jscathing invective of Demothenes on the crown. It is im possible 'to paint in its true colors' this burst of indignant eloquence. . Mr. Colyar arose and opposed the amend ment on the ground that the convention had met to select candidates for the Legis lature, and that they had no right to fore stall the action of the coming convention, which is to meet in July, by expressing their preference for any one candidate. Ho was Judge Frazier's friend and admirer, and wanted the time to come when he could assist in wiping the stain a most in famous Senate had endeavored to fix upon him, but that was not a part of the busi ness of this convention and he was opposed to taking any action in the premises at this time. Mr. Rankin spoke enthusiastically of the great private and moral worth of Judge Frazier, of his long and intimate acquaintance with him, anal of the nobility and dignity of his life and character. He wished that convention to put its seal of condemnation on the Senate by unani mously recommending him as a suitable candidate for Congress. Gov. Foote moved that Mr. Colyar's motion, which was to withdraw the motion of Mr. Watterson, belaid on the table. A vote was taken, and it was negatived by a vote of thirty-seven to forty-four. By this vote the convention declined to recommend Judge Frazier or any one else as a candidate for Congress, concluding that it was best to wait till the Congres sional Convention should meet before any action should be taken. The committee then reported through their chairman, Mr. McCahn, the follow ing names for the action of the conven tion: For the Senate. Col. Lucten Temple. For House of Representatives. Catt. L D. Walexr, Capt. W'm- Driver. When the chairman announced these names, the convention was wild with en thusiasm, and they were Dominated by ac clamation, without a dissenting voice. Col. Temple being present, was loudly called for and came forward, and Raid his nomination was an unexpected compliment. He had hoped never again to be called upon to take part in the politics of the country, but that he felt it hia duty to shoulder tho responsibility and meet, the emergency, which the vilest despotism .on earth had forced upon us. He said he had seen old gray-haired men, wbo had once occupied high positions in the government, disgraced, one whose junidal ermine received its whiteness from the purity of the heart which throbbed beceath.it, attainted with a felonious crime bv a cousflBolation cf right and iostice. He prtJouse ill tha Intellect God had srivea TkkPid all tfca enerrr witn which irtiira-enwe w ; -'.- 'Sue.- si bear the flag of Conservatism in triumnh. batifieJulcdBe twouldi ihavetKejftE-; uujfuwt wutwuiwuaa Ufcuaviug laitcu 111 one of tho noblest combats ever mada by fight against wrong. , . Capt. Walker having., been informed of nis nomination, come lorward, and said, having lived only four years in this State, it would have been a great stretch of mod esty to have expected or have asked for, such an honor. He hoped to get better ac quainted during the canvass. He returned his thanks for the honor conferred. Capt. Driver, being absent, did not ap pear, much to the disappointment of the crowd. Nelson Walker, colored, arose to a per sonal explanation. He denied the report in me janner oi yesterday, or his remarks at a league meeting. Jlesaidjhe lovedshis old friends and was. for universal suffrage, and was opposed to confiscation. The Last LocoitOTrvE. All the loco motives taken from the Louisville and Nashville railroad by military authorities during the war have been recovered, the last one arriving here yesterday. It was he old R. D. Salmons, taken by the Con federate government at th( time of, the evacuation of Nashville in the spring of 1S62, and had been sold by the Confed erates to the Charlotte and North Carolina railroad, its name, in the meantime, being changed to "North Carolina." This en gine was searched out by Mr. James Coleman, of Louisville, wbo has been for sometime engaged in gathering-tlio rolling stock of the Louisville and Nashville niiN road taken possession of by the military during the war. A number of cara. iind locomotives, which had found their way to various points, from the Mississippi to Richmond, have' been looked up and re covered by Mr. Coleman. Great Excitement I It has at last been decided that the best Boots and Shoes can only be got at the Nashville Shoe Storer No. 74 North College street. mdi. 2G-3m. M. Morganstern.- To the Public in General. Your at tention is respectfully called to the daily arrival by express, of custom-made Boots and Shoes, at the Nashville ShoeiStore, 74 Nortli College street. inch. 26-3nu M. Morganstern., t Tns Storm on MondAt. The Colum bia Herald, of the 21st, speaking of the se vere storm qu Monday evenigg last, s3ys : "Immediately in Columbia the only ma terial effect of tho storm was at the Study Hall of the Athenasum, which was struck by lightning. Fortunately, the Hall was unoccupied at the time, otherwise we might have been called upon to record some fatal accident. As it was, the bolt seemed to strike .the wa3t.chimney,.and thence into, the basement. The injury to the building is Very slight, scarcely anything, indeed, com pared with what it might .have been. Capt. Smith, the prompt and excellent Business Manager of the Athenseum, arrived at the scene of action just in time fo savft two of the fine collection of pictures that adorn .me atuuy Aian, irom ueing consumed. The electricity, after setting them on fire, con tented itself with making a cour-le of large black streaks on each side of the Hall. Out in the country the poor farmsrs were sorely distressed. Every wheat grower was already impatient of the confirmed wet spell that delayed his harvest and endan gered hi3 wheat, and this flood and wind seemed the crowning ill that was to ruin him irretrievably. But the greatest dam age done by the storm, was in washing tho' land. North of the river we hear especi ally loud complaints on this pcore. Old farmers represent it as the heaviest washing that their lands everreceiyed. Fences and bridges were. swept off, and in many places gullies three and four feet deep 'were cut in fields." St. John's Day. To-morrow. St. John'a day, will be observed as .usual by the Ma sonic iraiernuv. 7ur.vaira will deliver an r- . - r - ? t-r-tr if'' i .v auureKi hi iua.turnu juu ai uigui. A Trimble Mob. Buck Lewis, Wash Gordon, Wright Cheatham, Abraham Savage, and . a number of other colored sup porters of Trimble, went over into Edge field, yesterday, armed with clubs, and ordered Mason, who was speaking, to come down from the stand. They were, how ever, persuaded to abandon their attempt to break up'the meeting, and the speaker was allowed to proceed. There were sev eral hundred colored people present. Good note and letter paper at $2 50 and $4 per ream. Good envelopes $3 per thou sand. Books and Stationery equally low. Wm. Gamble & Co., june5-2w " 46 Union street. Sumner County -Crops . The Gallatin Examiner of the 22d says : Wheat. A larger breadth of land was put in wheat the past fall than ever before known in the county. Some weeks since there were fears of the rust, but we are glad we can state that they we're entirely without ground. There was an appearance of rnst on the blade, but none on the stalk. It is even questioned whether it was rustat all. At any rate, the grain was not affected in the least. The harvesting ha3 been pro gressing the. paBt week, and from every part of the county we hear that the yield is satisfactory. The heads are not very lengthy, but full and grain sound. The" average yield, we judge, will be eight to ten bushels per acre. We cannot yet hear of any sales. Undoubtedly it wilL drop far below the recent prices say to SI 50, and possibly lower, a3 the production in the Whole Union is unprecedented, Oats. Oats were sowed very late, but are looking and promising well. Grasses Are all promising well, with no army worms to trouble them. Pruit. The peach -crop will be very light. The apple crop will, also, be small. Potatoes are promising with, no signs of bugs. Uotton. Very little has been planted this season, probably not half as much as last year. Tho plants look well. Live stock. lhre is a smaller amount of cattle on hand than usual, large droves naving oeen earned to Kentucky the past year. The remark may be made as to mules and horses, though there is a gradual increase in that line. There is but little doing in way of mules, and we quote one year mules at S75 to $80, two years at $125 to $150. Farming horsee from 5120 to $150. The raising of sheep is constantly on the increase, as. well as an improvement in stock, se veral importations of fine South downs having been made. We quote com mon at $3. EVANS, FITE & CO., Wholesale Merchants, NO I IXN BLOCK, NASHVILLE .TENNES3EE. WE ARE NOW JN RECEIPT OF A LARGE and well selected STOCK OP GOODS. SUITABLE rOB Spring and Summer Sales, To which we call tho attcntionof Merchants visiting Nashville Our stock eoasists'or Foreign and Domesliq Brygood8 cLeiraixo, ,B8TS, , ' SHOES,: JUTS, HIBBONS, TBIMKX1CG, inc.. ETC, ETC. xtvaxs, fit: ? c. 4S-N0 GOODS SOLD -AT' matT&a- - ' "COR SALR A FIRST-RATE ENfiOS AND X irot.erla eooa order. . f irure iesrsa, ay-woo? at mus - xga&i it mm M'fWB and open 1QQ1 1(1.111 at 11,, 138 at noon, and closed at 138 ,ri Ir it.' at 3 p. ir. Our dealers were' paying 1S8J" and'Selling at Government securities were quoted in INew York yesterday as follows: 5-203, 1st series,- 5-203, 2d series, coupins 5-20a. 3d aeries, coupons ...-i'. .. k5-20s, new issue . . lO-lOs, i 110 loe; 107 le&K 7-30s 1W 135K .London advices of thet22d inst, quote 5 20j at 73. Exchange on New York -was bought by me panns ai par ana soiu oy yiera at premium. There was nothing doing in uncurrent funds.Bankof Tennessee was bought at 33c. Other Tennessee money and Southern bank notes were unchanged. There was a fair demand for new June 5-20s. Brokers are buying at 109 and sell at 110; with the July coupon detached they sell at 106. NasTivilla Corporation checks, were in some demand. Dealers were buying at 14c discountfand selling at 12Jc Tennessee bonds sold in Hew, Tfork on the 19th inst. as follows: $4000' new at '67c, 49000 new at 66fo and $5000 ex .coupons at C9c, $1000 with all the coupons at $69c, $S0OO new at 67c, and $1000 ex. coupons at C9c. North Carolina ex. eou pons sold at 5353c and new at 54c Missouri bonds sold at93c The New York Journal of Commerce ot the afternoon of the 19th inst. says : "The .money market continue moderately active, The amount of surplus capital has some what increased ; the demand from specu lative borrowers is less pressing than a few days since, but is sufficient to maintain rates' of interest. Temporary loans are freadily placed on the best stock collaterals at 67 per cent., and upon government securities at 5G per cent. First class business paperat short date is taken ai7per cent per annum discount." The New York : Times of the 19th says: "There is ncthing .likely to occur in the next few weeks to change the present ease in. the supply of money from private lenders or at bank. Th( banks are all ready for their July quarterly returns, and the Treasury can make no further present drafts upon their greenbanka. On the contrary, the Assistant Treasurer to-day by slightly advancing his offers for 7-30s and compound notes, en gaged $3,500,000 from brokers, to be deliv ered andpaid for in currency in a day or two The currency disbursements from the office to-day were $1,000,000 to $1,500,000 in advance of its receipts but there was a gain of $413,500 in gold from customs.' The Cincinnati Gazette reports that mer cantile collections were expected to have been favorably affected by this time, but the improvement thus far is scarcrly per ceptible.. GENERAL MARKETS. Nashville, June 22 i?. m. Cotton. The cotton market was deci dedly fiat to-day. Only fourteen hales were sold 1 at 14iand 13 at 21c Dales, 6 .. .............nono 14 I Received this woek buipped Sold..- The, following dispatches were received: New York, Jane 21. Gold opened tt ;138J. 10:30. Gold 138J. 11 A.M. Gold, 13S. Cotton dull and heavy, but holders seem unwilling tc make concessions to effect sales. Quotations nominally 2G, 27, 27$. 12:30 r. M. Gold, 138. u. Cotton dull and prices nominal. 3 p. M. Gold 138. Cotton dull and prices nominal. " ' ' ' ' '- Unla" ?Sales today - 10,000 Sales of the week 1.000 Receipts- - 9.000 Exports.................-..........--...... 6,635 Receipts at other ports-... ., 10,000 Stock, estimate : -...S...1T. -... 85.000 London, June' 22, 11:15 am. Consols 84; 5-203 73. ' , Liverpool Juno 22 lld5. Cotton dull but prices not quotably lower. Sales 8000- bale? at I4llid 3. p. m. Cotton dull and prices tending downward. Sales to-day 10,000 bales at 11J, 11 and Hid. Corn Was dull. 95c for yellow and $1 00 for white delivered. , Hay. $2426 per ton.- " Flour $1015 50 per bhl. Bacon. Clear sides 1313cper lb; hams 1414 ; shoulders 1010c Lard 1415c per lb. Groceries Market quietbutfirm. A Good Business Education TSTHE ONLY FORTUNE PARENTS CAN I rive their children that can never ba lost. and that continually crows better by use. This can bo sained at J. W. DOLBE Alt'S Commercial School, Corner of Church and Vinb Sts., Nashville, Where Writlm?, Book-Keeping', I'ho- HOfrrnpHjr, Arnnmetlr, etc., are thorough ly tauirnt. Writing. Br thirty years' study and expe rience, the seven Do I bear Brothers have re duced ?enmansliln to an exact Kcienrc, go that pupils are not left to mere Imitation ot copies, and have invented a system of hand training that removes all tlHci, cratnp iBsr and trembllnjr.and chancres the most nu siehtly hand into ncutncHM, easo and cle- tiH8 are the oldest in America. No. 609 Broadway. New York. etnb- llsked 1833. Corner Camp and Common streets), Haw Orleanx, CHfubllsHed 1M:I2. He. 203 atnin street, sicoipuis. Corner of ClmrcH and Vino street; Nashville. mar29 d&wSra (P. AT Valuable IrQi. Property FOR SA.LJE. Jane E. Bradley, Administratrix, vs. the Heirs and Creditors oi William liradiey, deceased. BY VIRTUE OF AND IN OBEDIENCE 10. a decree of the honorable Chancery Court, at Linden Perry county, Tennessee, at the June ' term thereof, 1857, in the above titled cause, I trill offer for sale to the highest bidder, on Monday, tbe Oth day ot Awgnnt, J8C7, AH that valuable tract of land Jinovrn as the CEDAR DROVE FURNACE LANDS, contaln- Purnaeo and other buildintrs. Also, a Dwelling: and fcitortboa-e. etc Said tract contains, be sides inexhaustible Ore banks , onventently situated, and timber in abundance, a considera ble amount oj famine Lands, with several farms now in enltlationrand tbe Fnrnace.is vrithin two miles of the Tennessee River, at tha mouth of Cedar Creek, where there is a good landing, and is accessible by bos at all sea sons. The sale will be made at the Furnace aad on the following terms, vis : Firs thousand dollars cash, one-half of tha residue due 1st day of November, 18S8, and tbe other half due 1st day of November, l&W. Tbe purchaser will be required to cive bonds with approved personal security, and a lien retained, etc This Jcae IL 18C7. H.M.THOMAS. Jnnel9 4tw C. and M. CmEEtfjLEAF' BAGGING rietnrtJMtVttM - mac Bin m AMmlhigi:, end Ere prepared to fit 1 ordcii'it MasaiiUarer's prices. Call and tees a tat "IK fll i PAHKT?S itB)itia& Man JaelS2ir jftfa. At 18 Market KM ed .lnJNew .York, yesterday at 138. AIDJOPE. mft&pmyoTi the a! ' , RIVER NEWS. There. 'wore. an arrival) or .departures yesterday ;' and the' Talisman and Gen. Sigel are the only boats in port. The river has commenced falling again, and there Ttre nowonly three and half feet water on the Shoals '' The Pine Grave, which takes the place of the Eowena In theCindnnati and Nash ville packet live passed Louisville Friday on her way to this port. The General Sigel leaves for Paducah to-morrow at 4 p. m. ' i . The Tyrone will arrive to-morrow froth Cairo, and leave at 4 p. m. Tuesday,,. The Ohio river is. falling from Pittsburg out. The Mississippi is falling at Memphis. At St. Louis Thursday it was slowly rising with a good stage of water in the upper rivers. For Cairo, St. LohI, Memphis Kew Orleans.. and THE FINE PASSENGER PACK- X 1ST, TYRONE, TOH tlABUOV. " Master. Wash Weavkb. Clerk, will. leave as above on TUESDAY, the 25th insr., at 4 o'clock p. M. 1 ior ireightqr Fassase apply on board, or to COI 41andf42 Front street. JuncSt HARRISON SONS. Aeents. CLAKKSVIIXE MB DTJCAII PACKET. PA- THE J. L. GRAHAM", CAPT. 1 fiN. L. Goad, wilt hereafter ii run as a regular semi-weexiy I packet between Ctarksville andl f aduc&n. For freight or passage, apply on board, may 23 lm Thos. S. Mabb, Pres't. L. G. Tarbox, Cask'r AATiAL MAV1SU.S' COMPANY, Corner Union and College Streets. THE FOLLOWING ARE THE RATES PAID for U. S. Securities. Compound Interest Notes, Gold,- eta bv tho Nation u, Savinos' uoufakt. corner ot union and College streets: 5-203 coupons., 5-20s 2d series coupons. b-JM m series coupons 5-20a New Issue 10-40s .i.. 7-30s i 7-30s2d,and3i., CompoundTnterest Notes, Juno, 1S&1...-, .nav July. 1H31 .118 Aug., 1364.-.H7 Oct., 18M 116 Aujr.. 1855 .114 Sept18G5.. -114K Tennessee Bouda . 61 Loubyille i Mashville R. R. Stock..-... 85 Louisville & Nashville R. H.Tjur Re.-elDtaTM Nashville Chattanooga R. R. Stock.. 25 Nashville Corporation Chects- .85 South hviIIeStreefR; lt.StOck:..r 35 Suspension Bridge Stocktf. 92 ' Davidson Csnnty Bonds ... 75 Hold- Silver 126 roREinrr xrcraAvnir; s 2 un Lionaon ...37 uu per pound. On Dublin 700 " fin 'R.linkltrcrh 7 Jlfl " ' On Berlin ..3, l tU jicwthaler. On Frankfort 60W " guilder Aud on all tbe principal cities of Germany. The fallowing are the rates paid for uncurrent money: TEXSESSEC. SOUTH CABOLIXA. Bank of Tennessee, old f issue 33 Planters' Bank W People's" Bank. 43 Fianters and Me chanics' Bank 17 State Bank - 07 Southwestern R. Ita 25 Union Bank. 60 ALABAMA. Bank of Mobile 90 B'k ofMontgomery, 50 Bank of Selma . 20 Central Bank.... 05 Commercial Bank 10 Eastern Bank-... 45 Northern Bank . 40 Union Bank ....Dur .Union Bank Cert's-par li'k ot unattanooea. iu Hank of Commerce.par Hank ot Knoxvuie, U) Bank of Memphis.. -par B'k of Middle Tenn. 93 "Bank of Paris -..-par Bank of the Union, par B'k of West-Tenn- 45 iiuck a Bank ....-par tlity uanK 61 1 Southern Bank 90 Commercial Bank 93 Merchants' Bank Dar OEOBQIA. Central R. R. B'k -. 90 Northern Bank par Georgia Railroad Sc Banking Co. S5 B'k ofM id. Oeonria. 80 UeoeeUanlf - id Bank of tihelbyvillo, 85 guumern nauK- a j 25 i Marine Bank.. 95 uraaers uanic -par Bank of Augusta . 40 Aurusta Insurance- 05 Backof Columbus OS Bank'cf Coramcreo,i0& Bank of tho Empire State -.. 20 Bank of Athens.. 40 Bank of Fulton. 40 Bank of Savannah, 33 Bank of the State of Georgia 10 City B'k of Augusta, 25 Farmers' and Me chanics' Bank .. 05 Life & General In jurandi Uo.M. ..... io sooth Carolina. Bank of Camden 23 Dank of Charleston, 15 Bank of Unester 12 Bank of Georgetown 13 Bank of Hamburg 15 Bank of Ntfwberry- 30 Bank of the State of South Carolina 07 Commercial Bank 02 Exchange Bank 12 Farmers' and Ex- Mechanics' Bauk . 02 chanea Bank 02 Alerchanu & Plant M ore h ants' Bank 12 ers' Bank 05 Planters' Buak-i 12 Union Bank 05 Planters' Bank, of Fairfield . . OS Jas. G. Oodev, Prest. Cns. T. JVwa .Cashier f O I' L S ' K A JI U , SnOCKSSIBS TO, WING,TOBEirfcCO., ' Corner Union nntl Cherry St., Opposite Bnak of Tennessee, lfealn la Gold, Silver, Government Nlockn, Cobi poBnu Interest Notes, Lnnd Warrnnta umItSonthcrnjBBkjNotes. CLosnta raiCEs this date. Ifutftar. Bnuittl II. H. Bonds. '81 11 Gold 130 Silver . 125 5-204 lSWserlesffl 109 '"-2d - ,g,J "j " 34 " tiSlOCU LAND WABBAKTS, 40s, war 1812$ 40 80. $ 85 120, " 4110 1G0, " $115 IOO.notlS; 8H0 TESKES-IEK BANC NOTES. Bank Tenn old 33 Planters Bank. W New ( Jan & July) 109 CounlO-40's 99 Aug 7r30slst series 106 Juno; V 2d "T. 105 July "3d " 105 uomp. int. jMotes, Jo une.-lStft July " Aug " Oct Dee ' May,l8iH Aug " Sept " Oct Union Bk & Cert's 99 Bank Chattanooga 10 " Knoxville 63 " Mid Tenn 9S " WcstTenn 45 " Shelbyyillo 8.5 City Bank CO Commercial Bank 93 Ocoee Panic - - 10 Southern Bank 25 Llfo&QenlnsCo. 25 Tenn Bond Coupons - TL cNRP.tarree 110 T..fe Corporation scrip Also thchighoat prie paid for all kinds ot Printed Price list fur- tjoutuern Jiank: JNotes. nlshed when desired. We are selli.vcI U. 3. Revenue Stamps at Gov ernment rates oi Miscount. Selling. Selling 'A to 100 2 oer cent dls.iFrarlce 1 Francs 100. to 500 3 per cent dis. Switzerland 3 56 , per 00 to 10004 per cent dis. Belgium J 1 dollar N. Y. Exchange, pr." qsbmany. (Jincinnatl l-iupr. JUremen Si IT per 1 gold Louisville " 1-10 pr.t Thaler. Memphis" " Y prem.lBerUii.JlD7par 1 Prus Small Drafts i " sian Thaler. Fobeion Exchahoe Munieh I til'i Englanl 1 87 00 per Frankfort Y per one Scotland J Sterling, Z- (Corporation , checks 1 "ner cent discounL v Deposits received and collections made on all accemiiblo points. umce ncuts, a a. s.utr.s Hartman's Safety Bridle and Lines. Tiiis c.ast.sovfl In' atiini Prevents ail ar- rlentbyhores WHh It, th- running away, or l. ... n fIiW. J . 1D0R GENERAL DRIVING, OR FOR BUN- JL AA1 AH It lUUhlWO HUKSJSit WltU this improvement, a woman ran control a spir ited horse with more eae and absolute certain ty than tbe strongest man can with a cocroon bridle. Everybody is most enrdially invited to irivs ns a eatL-. Tbe mtiifaelion of lAftin? this invention' will antpfjr pay you foryour tmuble. -The Bridle may btiteon at Room Noll Colon nade Bniiding, oa Cherry uittt, ri Marine, .Tenn. For farther rftninlrs.addrti" apr24 tf JUHil ai. AIIMU."'. Nashville. Tens. WHEAT-:! WHEAT! TisTE XI6KEST XAKKET PKICfE Will be paid IN CASH for GOOD ;S0ffPrMiUSrETA2LE v'WHEAT, 1 ' ts At the RESERTOIR MILLS, new City Water Wotlut at BRIEJTA TH AXIOM'S, No, & South, College street, and 5. . SfClLOCK'S, MaV iH ill -106H 1 1 . ..-109W I 500 b . y . 1A cti.ilj ltnpoinoie ymt m SPRING GOODS. HUNTINGTON'S, K. 3 Kertk Cherry Street, (Union aad American Block.) lJ t -Jr. If ew Styles SGiineis'Suifs. Double Breasted Street Sacks Ladies' and Gents' Sole Lea tker Trunks. English Morning Coats. Black Dress Suits. A Nobby Sack Coaf. ' ' .Ckildrsn's Garibaldi Suits. Spring Orercoats. ; French Traveling Bags.. Boys' School Suits, . . mar20 tf ap. No. 3 North, Cherry. WEAKLEY & YAEBB0UGH, mm GBSCEBS. K0. 3 NORTH COLLEGE ST., SOObbb Extra, Family Flour. 200 bbls Extra Superfine Flour. S hhds New Orleans Sugar, 15 hhda Demarara Sugar, CO bbls Crushed ami. Powdered Surar. ! 200 sacks prime Rio CStfao, - r sacks Lnguy r Coffbe: -. bbla New Orleans Molasses., 150 bores various brands SSap, oxesfroctoraruamble's Soap. sen iuu mixes oiar i.anuies, . ,. 1 CO boxes-Tallow Candle, hard pressed. 50 boxes flni Chewim? TobSece, " ' 50 grosFlae-eat Tobacco,' ' bMsjmokincTobaeM .uu. . S&P English Sod. , ' , 25 sregir American Soda, 40Dase3 lind 2 lb Can Oysters. tCOboiej Ground Mustard, ' "(' 25 feMs Mmuk'i ni..vi. i 60 boxes Pint, Qaartan'd Half-tfallen. u ... 20 boxes GarretSnuff. 0 ?ross Durkee's Blueing. 2a bbls Bourbon Whisky, 25.Vl?S9li?rtsn countR Whisky. 100 bbls FooteNash Proof Whiski-. 100 bbls Ginger Cordial; ' 15 bbls Ginger Wine. ' uv now urnpo y megar. 25 bbls'Lemon Syrup; ou ooxes Biarcti, 50 dozen Buckets, t 50 dozen Brooms, 2000 FlourSacks. 50 bnxM AmnrtrA Pa.,l , . brandy, Ruic. Gin. . nines or various, brandf,, at WEAKLEY & rARBBO'nba No. 3 North Collegeatreet, Jane IS tf Nashville. Tenn. LEA & CELEBRAIED WORCESTERSHIRE SAUCE, PRONOUNCED BT EXTIttOT of a Lettor from a MEDICAL 'GEN TLEMAN at Mad ras, to his brother at V OBCESTfB, .. May, 1851. "Tell Lea Sc Per- CO"NOISECKS TO BE TBS 'OSIY GOOD SADCr and applicable to rins tont their Ti!s highly esteemed f rr SUMP'S in India, and is. in Kvery "Vurlety I gimy opinion, tee fMmost palatable as or wen as tae mast holosoms RiMi Bl.SIt Jaat u mado. The Sttecsss of this mast delicious and nnrlrtlaif condiment having caused many unprincipled dealers to spdIt the name to Spnsioua Cou- TO0MD3, the PUBLIC is BEarxCTruLLY and kab MEsnr renuested to seo that thenamos ofLEAi& PERRINS are upon'the WRAPPER. LABEL. STOPPER and BOTTLE. Alanuucturert by LEA & PERRINS. Worcester, JOHN UUNCAN'S HOXM. New Yoar, Agents for the United States. ootlS lyini . , , tar. e OFFICE OF THE Merohanta' and Manufacturers' MITUAL INSURANCE CO. 0HAMBEE OF 00MMEE0E, NASUYULE, TEm., MA YI, 1HS7, To all Payers of Insurance Premium : WllE "MERCnANES' AND MANUPAO X turers' Alutual Insurance Company,',' new completely organUed. with Its office at the C Smuttier of Comiiicrce, vrjll Issue PoR cles against loss or damage by Fire, and the perils of the seas and rivers, at EQUITABLE KATES OF 1RE9IID The great characteristic point of this Qsm Iany is that of an equitable eotnmerfffal copart nership, in which every partner participates to the full extent oi his contributions, whether in Stock or Insurance Premiums. The Stock is fixed at One Jliindreri nol lir pur Share. In order that the SMALL as well as the LARGE payers of Premiums may justly and equitably participate in the advan tages offered. ' The STOCKHOLDERS are guaranteed, an RHHiial lHteret or ton par cent, upon the amount paid up. The IN8URED shares pro rata with the STOCKHOLDER tha proSu derived from.tbe bUDlUMS. Th subiect is one justly ectltIM to the seri ous ritention of every Intelligent merchant aad real netate owner, and a close investigation cao not .'ail to develop the advantages of security to tin insured and prosperity to the fniuror, pres-xtcd by the Merehanu' and Mannfaeturers' Mutial Insuraneo Company, under a ialfsbare .of public patronage and close attefltlea to (tu propsr administration. A. r. GOFF, President, N. WORSO.V,VlflPra5aenli TT. JI. GOBOO.V, Seeretary. ' ' " ' A. V. GOFF. Ex-Governer NEILL S- BRO, GEO. a ALLEN, of Geo. C.Allen kCo (hi t1& x actors. Dr. C. N. ORDWAY. of Bailey, Ordway i-'OtV, Cotton Factors. A. O. EWTNO, Grocerr. of EwtngA--0o., Wholesale II. T. MASSENOALE, of Maenale X Snydert Commission Merchants. AnCirER CUEATHAif. of A. Cheatham &JpL Wholesale Liquor Dealers. " ' JNO. HUGHES, of Jno. Hughes' A- Co.. WlKdV tale Grocers. J. N.CORBETT, ofCorbett k Boyd. Commis sion Merchants and Steamboat Agents. S. Lv DEM0VILLE, of Demovillo 4 Co., JDrug- W. TOTXE.V. of W. W. Totlon i JJr. Family Grocers. J. JI. BirDDEKK, of J. H. Beddeke k Cfe. Family Grocers. t i WM. ST0CKELL, of Wm. Stoekell Jc Sen; Ornamental Plasterers. , B- F. WOODS, of Chsathanv, Woods Jt O., holesale Liquor Dealers. ALBERT R0BEP.T5. of Republican Baaner. maylSIm tt S. H. GROOMES & CO., UNBEKTAKXIt FOR CITY AND SUB rounding coantry Dealers ir, XETAXZJO BCKIAI. iUSEJ. Office Xa. 43 North Oterry Street. afaaulaetory No. lS,o til 3f a rite t at. i.fi t ?it. teafH.i JEfcSe. SUMMER SHADE "GARDEN ASD fMSi D0RRI3 fAKtS, PLEASUBB IN J.TL WMouneioa to her friat and the r-ublis at she wilt cmb on WEDNESDAY, JOSE , ..LaUW Jee Cream Saloon, at her Jfiower Garden, 48 IMatk tolleiti fit.. em of ttw $esHfe JfMhyille Stxeei Ctst oataart. iaaeila I 1J J1SSZ2 . .if" isi . i. . 1 hS.