lUII.4 AMOUNT ' 1st. OIliciRt
4 1 --.
. ... .. .7:00 A, M.
Ifi&i UVdiliiffioit aiid SoiIlhi Via
i'4'ft8Wat)ciit- - ....-." a, m.
trrftiiil Wivhlniflon and Sonthorn via
, .j x ' ' ' Chattanooga.
1. - '
.ifcculur, JtompliU and New Orleans.
iMK-iiiii mni KmiHckyU. R.
4 y. - fc.wsWA.M.
3 .VorlttMed,rn K. It.
:.-.W A. M.
I.itftioji via .Slnsfe.
ISM j4t4fAbt -ri-- ..S08 p.v.
i U TtiomitsvUIe vln Slafre.
S!ri0rf& Saturday W P.'x.
. ,Triliui"H Store vlafitajre.
Mtlw IftflO wWDiht ljer) p. v.
Wedntr d de
FrHter do . da
I.lliprl.v Via Stemtrt's Perry, GairttrWe ami
THr.dy H MtdtrVjht ThurUy R9 p-'w.
Fro T a. M. t r. w. SuadaFi.7ta9.A. v.
STASHVtBTlE AND DKCATCR RAILROAD LINE.
(Momlila Accommodation Train ;
Arrive at NaAville- Saw a. w.
4.80 r. w.
Leftva NartirHle at - 5. a. m
Arrive tit Nashville 2.2ft p. m.
Memphis. MeVHe awl N. 0. Bxprew
La NafnvJIle at - 7-M P.
Arrte at SfJirifle 11.29 x. m.
LOtflSViLLK AKD XASIIYILI.- RAILROAD.
Leave NadivHIe nt W a. m. Bad M p. m.
Ariireat LeaiwHlIe at. 1.08 r. . ami 1U p. .
IHe " a. m. ami 3kW p. v.
Arrive at Nashville at 9.00 a. M. and 11.86 p. u.
Aeaawmodation train is suneweded by the
train that arrives in Nashville. A. m. and
leaves 3 P. M. except ou Sunday.
NASHVILLK AND CHATTANOOGA RAILROAD.
Leave NashvWnt Afifi a. m. and lfMR p. m.
Arrive at SbalbyvHIe--. 9.00 a. . and 8J P. m.
Arrive at ChaUawoga-.- 2.00 a. M. and 2.40 p. m.
Leave Chattanoosa - 6.10 a. m. and 7.Sft p. m.
Arrive at Kwliville 4 JO a. m. and 345 p. M.
Leaves ghaikj'vllle- -1X0 a. m. and 10.46 A- vc.
Arrival at NavilU -MAO a. m. and 2.15 p. i.
H ABHVILtEAKDMOKTnW'HBTBRK RAILROAD
' PjiUDgf Trains.
L9lBt AM a. x. and 4.-80 p. M.
Amro tSar1ne tjM a. u. and 4:45 p. K,
EDRBFTEIfD AXD KENTUCKY RAILROAD.
Arrive at MJfiviHe at -4g a. .
I .aave Mamo at WW P. W.
Snmmcr Street Xhcntrc.
To-KrWT, Pkidat. eptembhb CUi-GIP-SBYIiTPB;
ot, Kothins but Death: and QUIET
The Mayoralty.' We admit the oom
muniaation in another oolnmn urging the
claims and fitn-M or ne of the Radical
nominees for Mayor Maj. JV?ldcn with
out responsibility for the views therein ox
prossod. We cannot choose to close oflr
oolurtHM to oommnnications on this im
pajrUMft irlUJact, but until the contest wear
a 3rWrint aspeot from that it notr has, nsa
jornal, -we propose to have nothing todo
fJlKflLirrON, at the petffice ls Pekr
nef$ MngaMeJor October; ahw, the Wa-
The moating of the merchants and cit
ixaofl, oalled at tl Chamber of Commerce
yesterday, did not oome off. Only a few
BncoRDBR's Court. Eight cases of dis
orderly conduct were on the docket yester
day. They were severally fined, hut being
short of "rock," seven of them were sent
to the Rook Institution the eighth taking
an appeal Jh hie case.
Tub Whpmw County Agricultral and
Mealiabieal AaWelation will hold a Fair at,
Mjftii!K!rtt,n 3d, HU and 8Jh 4ye
efi0ttW Ha. A hamiewa ryof H-
miuras are offered; and the axhibitiM will
doubtlfiBS attract a larf eeemblae.
The TrtteteeHof the East Tennessee Wes
leyan Csllege at Athens, announce in their
advertisement for the fall session, that the
Normal department of said college "will
open, irnmpMtm if iar, to all desiriiiR to
Tub Staduino Akfray. CaHghHn,
wh out Currin last Monday at Johnny's
Jloon, near Broad, was up for trial yes
terday before 'Squire Wilkinson. On ac
count of the critical condition of Currin,
who, it is thought, cannot survive, the trial
was potjMned till next Saturday, at one
o'clock. He gave lond in the sum of $5000
for Ids appearance.
We have opened our new store with
fresh Goods, at AG N. College street, one
dee-r from Union.
sen'. G-lw Ouas. llioiiHaiMBB.& Co.
i . f .. .
Summer Street Theatre. A respect
able and appreciative audience was in at
tendance at the theatre last night. The
drama of "Gipsy Life; or, Nothing but
Death," was creditably performed. To
night the same piece will be repeated, with
the amiwing farce of "Quiet Family" as
(JfRC-nrr Court. The argument in the
ease of Merrit t. the Corporation of Nash
ville took up the whole of the forenoon
yesterday, and the jury had not brought in
a verdict at the adjournment of the coort.
In the afternoon, the case of Cartwriaht,
adm'rw.E. B. Bigley, formerly Sheriff of
Davidson county, argued pro. and con., and
is new in the hands of the jury, who will
deliver their verdict te-day.
Bbbfobd Coukty Cotton. The two
bales of new cotton mentioned yesterday ae
having beea received by Reid, Chadbourae
& Co, ami credited to Rutherford county,
were grown in Bedford, aa we wrot. They
were, liowever, received by Massengale &
Co, ad sold to Reid, Chadbeurne & Co.
Cot- W. P. Iknbs has been appelated
Receiver of the Nashville ad Northwest
ern railmed. the appointment to take of-
ct en the let day of October next.
Oil. Qn. H. Irwin lies been appointed
Receiver for tlie McMionville and Man
Those appointment will et iaesrrapt
tle running ot me roaoe, out put meir
aaamgawent in the liands of State officers.
- "Smhnct Railroads a Notsancb. The
Deerd of Aldermen of Memphis adopted
tim Mlowing resolution on the Sfd inet :
"tReseived, That the track of the Mem
city railroad company, in their present
Msdittoa. Im ami is hereby declared a mti-
aaac )W that the company ie requested
MrMasM the caste; if thov refuse to com-
nlv. the Majror U introcted to remove
Ws hove token great patm te aacertain
fi-aaatol reosiota of eotton 4t this point
irooi titc lit of SepteffiW. 13W5, to the 1st
rf SptOBiher, ISt?, nd fiad that they
... ..raMt of baiea. Line
aeer hewlled in Nash
uM nf,. dr o head on the let inat
1.. .W lxtlaa. ami 116 af thie
haMl several sea-
Mm. Tlie pwpect thie yeaf it good for
an lncreate upon the crop ot last vear.
We rern our thanks to mertliani for
their ieiotlaeM in furnWiiof ih d-ta to
mite up on r statement.
Xmt -will find it to yonr admntajte to
i from us. as r Ooodt have Been
sHiier ouh, and tlioretoro wo are en-
1 . ML I 1 .
'&Mw 10 9tmr inuaceneow.
Oka. Rickxjhxkr l Co,
stp. 6-lw 46 S. College t.
A PARTNjjK. IN :EOBEETSQN C&UKTY.
TUoiirinfieW R&Uter, of yesterday, ttays :
Wcleuru that ou Friday night last, a fero
cious animal, supposed to be- a panther,
rited the premises of Mr. Lucien Wood
ard, living foHr miles eat of tins place,
JftlHng lifc guard dog. The dog was torn
almost into strings. Considerable excltp-
ment per visile the community in which
this OcctirrBd.-ind wei lear flint mimti lumi.
inp isiieing .ke by the cituens for the
animal. '' -
Pkrsoxat.. (Sen. J. C. Vaughn, late of
IJsbt Tennessee, has removed from Georgia,
where he.has Uyed sinftc. the war, to New
York, nd is in Lusinep with a mercantile
Iiwwe in that city.
Gen.' T. T. Smiley, of this citv, was at
Williard's Hotel. Wariiincton, on the. 2nd
Col. Leon Trousdale, for many years
eennected with the press of Mississippi and
Tennessee, is announced as associate editor
of the Memphis Appeal. We wish him
Nbw Firm. It will be seen from ad
vertisement that the firm of Terrass Bros.,
wholesale grocers, etc, has been dissolved,
Fred. Terrass having sold his interest to
Terrass, Phillips & Co., under which name
and style the business will be carried ou in
the future. In announcing his withdrawal,
our friend says that he cheorfully recom
mends the new firm as gentlemen everj'
way worthy of confidence. We can heart
ily endorse this, and feel certain that their
bueiness tact and straichtforward dcalincr
will secure for them a liberal share of the
trade in their line.
The Booohton Wheat. We are glad
to note that our fanners continue to pur
chase thk splendid wheat for seed. The
prospect is that large crops of it will be
reaped next year. The following letter
from Gen. Cheatham, Miows the great
productiveness of this wheat:
Beech Grove, Coitee Counts-. Tenn..
August 30th, 1807 Geo. F. Akers-Dear.
Sir: In answer to your inquiries in regard
to the Boughton wheat, raised by me this
spring, I will say that I received from the
Agricultural Department, at Washington
citjr, last fall, three quarts of that wheat
which I sowed in drills on the 3d day of
November, which produced me six bushels
of good seed wheat, besides three pecks of
inferior. I regard it as the purest speci
men of wheat that I have seen. Our wheat
growers must take more pains in prepar
ing their ground if they desire good re
suits and. large crops.
Tours, very respectfully,
B. F. CnEATHAJI.
sjSw Abando?bd. Although the meet
ing of merchants and citizens, called at the
Chamber of Commerce, yesterday, was a
failure, the proposition to get up a celebra
tion of thft completion of the Nashville
and Northwestern railroad, is not aban
doned. A meeting will be held at 4 r. M.,
Menday next at the Chamber of Commerce,
to take the subject into consideration, and
all who feel any interest in the subject aro
invited to attend. Nashville has spent a
large sum in the Nashville and
Northwestern railroad, and now that
it is completed, her citizens should
not hesitate what to do, when it is proposed
to inaugurate measures to secure the rich
trade of the country which it opens to her.
By all moans, let the meeting Monday be
largely attended, and ample means sub-
scribed to make the proposed celebration a
A Third Ticket. Our German fel-low-citizenc
have bean considering the
propriety of Altering The contest for the
possossion of the city government with a
ticket of their own. They have placed Mr.
Fred. Laitenbergcr at the head of it for
Mayor. They have not yet arranged the
ward ticket; but have , harmoniously
agreed upon the salaried officials, which
their City Ceoicil will elect. To tave
.everybody else the trouble of electioneer
ing, we present the foil "layout" as fol
lows: For Mayor : Fred Xaitenberger.
Recorder: Dr. Hondrick,
City Treasurer : F. Klooz.
Revenue Collector: L. Mocker.
Water Tax Collector: Louis Laps.
City Engineer : Jacob Geiger.
Chief of Police: John Ileaa.
City Marsha!: Wm. Maske.
Market Master: Henry Schoenbaum.
, A Melancholy Corteoe. The Spring
field llegwler, of yesterday, says :
A hearse passed through this place on
Saturday morning en roule for Gallatin,
conveying the corpse of Miss Brunett
Hearn, wife of Mr. II. II. Abbott, of Gal
latin, under escort of J. P. Johnson, Bailie
P. Jackson, R. J. Goostree, Mrs. Bettie
Revel and Miss Bailey. The above couple
were married on the 28th ult. in Gallatin,
and departed immediately for Clarksville,
on a bridal lonr. At half past seven
o'clock on the evening of the next day,
the 29th, the fair and happy bride was
stricken down with a fit bf appoplexy, and
her spirit passed to that ' boUrne from
which no traveler ever returns." The
grief of the but a few hours before happy
husband appeared most poignant; his
manly frame seemed to almost give way
under the burden of his great sorrow which
none but himself could realize. Truly in
the midct of life are we in death.
Examine our Drvcoods. Fancy Goods,
Shawls and Cloaks, audour extensive stock
of Ladies' Underwear, before purchasing
eisewnere. nememucr ine numuer, iu a-.
College St., one door from Union.
Sep. O-l W UHAS. itICnilEIMER x vo.
I aeaouniK myself ah candidate fer-Msyer in
the eeeaiac wunfeiitel oteetieo Teu wnb
(cither irfalte or hlaek) ideate te rote fer me.
ball be eaMr Indeed-
arl7 td JAiVvKS C BAajJY.
We are aotheritod teaaaeenee JOHN LUCK
candidate for Aldenaaa from the Fifth lYecd,
at the eawtac maalcipal elaetioa.
TurnTM Immediate aboitshmant of every
ofiee aad expenditure not a aeeetatty.
We are aataorited to anseaoee Mwjor A. S.
THITRN'BCX a the recnlarRepoblican candi
date for Couneilmae from the Third rd at
the eamissaemieipel eieetioa.
Pied red to rapport Abe Myen for the Mayor
Wece aatheftted teaoaounoe T- J. YAR-
BBOUOII a candidate fer Councilman from the
ktk KM, at the Beatns taunioipal eloettea
jSIIfiSES O'BRTAN'S SCHOOL,
Ifo. IT Jtctomere street.
RE-OPENED MONDAY SEPT. 2d
EW STYLES OF H&TS !
OP ALL COLORS ASP QOAUTT, AT
WAXT & WAITER'S,
ii ante nxoLuervKiA' m tub tiat awd
tb rTTAiar fc WAXIPBR,
(Sueeewers to Water eld i Walker-)
marlt tf 26 PUBMC SQTJABE,
nAXIl.V AT XOI.EKSVIIXE.
LnyiiitUe Corner Stone of :i TUiaouIc
nul Odil felloiTs' Hall TiiatlCroMtl
mtl3?n!i3eati3 ?c.,?eS PI W
Phe Order of Masons and Independent
Order of Odd Fellows, have united in the
work of erecting a suitable Hall at Nolen?
ville, Wt.tse" miles south of this city in
Williamson oouniy,i for their? mutual use
and benefit. The building is to be large and
QQinmodjous, ample for the accommodation
for both-orders, 'anfl' to contains hall for
such general public purposes as may be
deemed necessary. Nolensville i3 pleasantly'
situated in a fertile section, and surrounded'
by a dense, liberal and intelligent popula
tion. Yesterday was appointed to perform
the ceremonies of laying the corner stone
of the new Hall, in addition to which a
dinnenfwas given by the people in honor of
the event the occasion closing with a grand
concert and tableaux for the benefit of the
Hall. The day was brilliant and every
surrounding was auspicious.
At ah early hour yesterday morning,
quite a number of .the members of .the two
orders left This city to participate in the
ceremonies. On arrival they found an im
mense throng collected and collecting from
theurrounding county fsr many, miles in
all directions, manifesting the greatest in
terest and enthusiasm in the occasion and
its object a large portion being ladies,
whose benignant smiles are never wanting
in behalf of institutions of charity and
brotherly love. !
At trie appointed hour the Masons formed
at , and marched to Concert Hall,
where the Odd Fellows were in line await
ing them under the marahalship of Mr. N.
F. Dortch. The two bodies then formed in
procession, and marched to the foundations
of the building to be erected. Here the
Odd Fellows formed in close order around
the spot, the Masons encircling them, and
went through the usual ceremonies of lay
ing the corner stone according to the pre
scribed form underT the conduct of Rev.
Dr.'W: D. F. Sawrie, 'and Messrs. J. L.
Weakley, M. C. Cotton and others. This
being finished, they exchanged places with
the Masons, who iu their turn proceeded
to lay the stone in the manner usual in
During these interesting proceedings the
immense assemblageof spectators, estimated
to number from 2000 to 3000 persons, mani
fested the prdfoundest attention and inter
est, evidently regarding them as the begin
ning of a new era in their social inter
course. At the conclusion .of the ceremo
nies the orders and spectators marched to
Mt. Olivet Church, a short distance away,
where they were addressed by Rev. Dr. W.
D. F. Sawrie, in a deeply interesting and
fervently eloquent oration. The assembly
then repaired to a beautiful grove of
splendid forest tree?, where a. repast was
served by the good and hospitable people
of Williamson, which embraced all the sub
stantials and delacies of the country. After
the feast the company lingered for some
time in social conversation some then
going to their homes, while a large number
remained for the concert and tableaux,
which were to come off to-night, and, it
was anticipated, wonld be a splendid suc
cess. At this point our reporter left, re
gretting that he could not remain .to the
close of the very agreeable occasion.
To the Editors of the Union and Dispatch
wc must .make a choice between the
candidates now before us for Mayor of the
city of Nashvile, and as the election of a
suitable man to 511 so important an office
is a matter of great concern to all good citi
zens, it becomes indispensably necessary
that wc should determine, as far as possible,
who would be the better calculated to ad
vance the interests, protect the property and
persons of our people, and promote our
prosperity, Major Aldcn or Col, Myers. Of
the two we confess our preference strongly
inclines to Major Alden. He has recently
held an office, the duties and responsibili
ties of which were of the most weighty,
trying and delicate character ; and which
he, nevertheless, performed with the most
signal ability and with great honor and
credit to himself and great satisfaction to
the country. It is true that some few have
complained of his administration in that
capacity ; yet the great majority accord to
hira the higheetjgraise for the emineotly
wieo just, fairanu impartial manner in
which he discharged the duties of an
office, which is not of a popular
character, and which is most likely, to attach
a certain degree of odium to its incumbent.
He has shown that he is a man of no
ordinary ability, and we doubt not that he
could bring talents of a high order to bear
in comprehension of the wants and interests
ofthe city of Nash ville,;aud .his fine ex
ecutive ability would enable him fully to
meet any emergency which might arise in
our municipal affairs during the term of
his office. He is a man of fine address,
of dignified, courteous and pleasing man
ners, of sound, solid sense, of cool and deliU
eratc judgment, and inflexible firmness and
resolution, and of good educational atiain
ments. He is a man of large experience,
of close observation, and a thorough under
standing of human nature. While we ad
mit that he has not been with us a great
while, yet his preference for our city in
tsking up his abode with us, as a matter of
choice, shows his attachment to our people
and our country. -His interests are com
pletely identical with ours; his sympathies
are with us, and what is our prosperity or
adversity, must of consequence be his. Now
though we are totally disinclined to say
anything in disparagement of Col. Myers,
yet it does occur to us that everyone ruus.t
See at a' glance that Major Alden is in
everyway better qualified for the office than
We present this communication to you
because the Press and Times is perfectly
silent on the subject, and because it thus
seems that that paper would be content to
have either of tlie candidates elected, and
that it has no choice between them.
NOTICE TO SHIPPERS.
General Frkioht Omen. 1
N. & C. and N. A- N. W. Railways. V
JNasnviIle, xenn.. faopt.a, lsbi.)
AND AFTER TIIF. 10th INST. WE
will not receive Coal Oil (in wood) only on
cln a v nf rvn nh week.
ThU ict rendered necesearr by the frcauent
damage to other merchandise caused by loading
in same car witn ueai un. T
lv. inci t,
sepSlw General Freight Agent.
A GOOD CHANCE
roil THE 1TNE3IPLTEI.
-r-KT!STi TlEKTRnnS OF OBTAINING A
I icood iiayliir ouslncss will send for
circular containing information rospestin the
ni.fiu.tiirft of nn rLLtLMINATING OIL sim-
ilar tnCnnl Oil. trhinh ran be nrodnccd with but
Tory little trouble or expense, and will yiold a
profit of fifty to sixty per cent. Only a small
capital required to oommenco with. Vie are
nfferine Town and County Ri;hu at S'-Ia to
$Ul. A county risht is a fortune to nn cntcr-
prmnsmin. Address, cnelosinsr stamp.
JDAVIS fc IIC1X&.
No. Second street, Baltimore, M4.
esf Circulars may bo seen at this office!
75 TO 250 PEIt SI02TTIS
GBNTS WANTED EVERYWHERE
V Male and Female, to sell the cenmnc. new
improved Common Sense Tarally 8oV
inr JKnchlnp nrieo onlr 82. Every Ma-
-rr-r-jnlfwl for three vesrs. They are the
srcatost Invention of the azc and cive rerJVt
MttistMhen. lor Circulars and lorms to Ac ent,
addr P. -M. TOHVHK W;
Manufactarcrs and GcnT AccnU for the South
T urCOIAN. KENTUCKY, THE XJBW
J. Ouildta. erected on the site fo
nL4 hv the Commereial Hotel
mlllmiVun rerr mod Ilntal: contains sixteen
rooms. oe, etc.; well situated in the centre
of business, and near the tcrtninue or the iN&sn
Tille and ttorthwestern Railroad. There is now
no Rood hotoi at llicr.aau Apply to n. o
Millet. No 9 North Summer street. Naahville
or addrew, at ilickraafi,
ep! lw SAM'L LANDRU.M
Hardware at Seduced Prices
SAJt YAXIXER'S OLD STANI,
No. 40 Kortb. College Street
, W ! I - iR? 6uTLDRENTK
Greatly acilitatas the proeess of AeethuiK. by
will allay all pais and spasmodic action, and
is sure lo resrulato the Bowrla. Depend
upon it. mothers, it will give rest to yourselves
and Kellef ami Health to your Infinite.
We have put up and sold this article for
yean, and can sarin confidence and truth of it
what we have .riever been able to say of any
other incdieljjH sever has it failkd ik a si.v
le ixsTAffcB "Ar Err-iier a cobe, when timely
used. Never did we know an instance of dissat
isfaction by any one who used it. On.the con
trary, all are delighted with its operation, and
apeak in terms of pommendation of it magical
effects and medical Virtues. We speak in this
matter "what wk do know," after years of ex
perience, and pledje our reputation for tho ful
fillment of what wo here declare. In almost
every instaa whaie the infant is suffering from
pain and exhaustion, relief will be found in
fifteen or twenty minutes after, the syrup is ad
Full directions for using will aceompany each
Be sure and call for "3Irs. Wlnslow's
Koothiup; Syrnp," having the fac simile of
CURTIS & PERKINS" on the outside wrap-
... . .....
per. All others are base imitations, com vy
Druggists throughout the world. Price onlj-
Thirty-five Cents per Bottle.
OFFICES: 215 Fnlton street, New
Tork; 205 His' Holborn, tVoudon,
England; 441 St. Panl street, Mon
nivldend Bfotice. The holders of shares
in the State Insurance Company of Nashville
are hereby notified that the Board of Directors
ave, after Netting aside an ample reserve fund.
declared a dividend of ten per. cant.j free f
tales', upon - the subscribed capital stcfclrf fhe
same to be endorsed on the stock notes.
Stockholders will pleaso call and see the
" T , X- C '
Nashville; August 7. 1857- aug7 lin
ON TllE OPENING OF A BILLIARD
Ttonm (t is eenerallv the custom. as even-
one'khows, to haTe several championsprescnt to
entertain the public for a few hours; but on
account of so much suffering among our people,
we thought proper to give the orphans of this
city andfpoor of Chattanooga that hensfift which
we have done for the last two weeks. And
again, as it is sometimos the custom of giving
premiums, such as watches, etc., and having
proof of the last two weeks' business that tho
citizens of Nashville appreciate our efforts' to
help the needy, wo have therefore concluded to
give ton per cent, of our profit to the poor of
Nashville, from the 1st day of April, 1867, up to
October 1st, 1857, (six months,) which amount
will be remtttedrWeckly to the Mayor of Nash
ville. We hope that the amateur billiard play
ers and tho public in general will appreciate tho
cause and sustain it.
mar30 tf Colonnade Billiard Hall.
Bachelor's Ifair Iye. This splendid
Hair Dyo is, the hPt in the .world. Tho only
rue and perfect Bit Harmless, Reliable, In-
stant.roppu. Sptdppi)intmcnL No ,ridicu-
lous tinjlxstarartaaKoriBrown. , Remedies
tho ill' effects of BadDret. Invigorates tho hair,
leaving it soft and btifuL -The genuine is
signed WiMwm A. Bplekehr. All others ' aro
mere imitation, and should bo avoided. Sold
bv all Druggists and Porfumcrs. Factory 81
Barclay street. New York. de029-ly
Hclllnp Ont nt Kcvr Torfe Cost.
Tn clrnrs nnfiinnaa-. n nm nnaitirclv elosinsr
out at New York cojft prices our stock of Fin o
Groceries, Wines, Brandies Havana and Do
mestic Cigars. PANDOLrisi fc Riva,
janlO 12 North Cherry street.
The ITenUnsr Pool, nanl Hotxse of
aicrcy. Howard Association Reports, Jor
Young Men, on tho CRIME OF SOLITUDE,
and tho Errors,' Abuses arid Diseases which de
stroy the manly powers, and cato impediments
to Marriage, with suro means of relief. Sent
scaled letter envelopes, free of charge. Addro
Dr. J. SKILLIN HOUGHTON. Howard Asso
ciation, Philadelphia, Pa. mayl9 3m
Errors of Tonlli. A gentleman who suf
fered for years from Nervous Debility, Prema-
ure Decay, and all the effects of youthful indis-
crotion, will, for the sake of suffering humanity
send free to -nil who need it tho receipt and
directions for mating the simple remedy by
which he was cured. Sufferer? wishing to prCa
by tho advortiier'aaxperipse, can do so by ad
dressing, in pertBet-esnfltience,
Johh B. Qgphw, .
may2 1yw Ka. 12 0dr at.. SJrk.
To Consumptives. The Advertiser, Jtajr
tntrlipoti rnstdfld tri h&filth Inilffw weeES.iy;a
very simple ramody, after having suffered several
years with a severe lung affection, and' that
dread disease. Consumption is anxious to make
known to his fellow-sufferers the means of cure.
Tn nil wrimlnslre It. ha will send a couv of the
prescription used, (free of charge), with the dit
rections for preparing and using the same, which
they will find a sure Cork for Consumption,
Asthma, BRO.vcniTis, ire. The only object of
the advertiser in sending tho Prescription, is to
benefit "the afflicted, and spread information
which ho conceives to be invaluable; and hopes
Brum anlfrtrfip will trr this remedv. as it will cost
them nothing, 'and may prove a blessing.
Parties wishing the prescription, will pleaso
address Rev. EDWARD A. WILSON,
Vi llliamsburg. Jungs county, a ew iorK.
Oot23 lydAw -
Nashville and Northwestern
OFFICE GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT,
ON 'AND AFl'KK AWIU.-;A
30. 18G7, and: until- further notice. T; 0
tiatt.v PARSEVhHtt TRAINS will be run
between Nashville. Tenn.. Memphis, Tenn., and
Hickman, Ky and will run as follows:
Passenger Train leaves Nashville nt 4:45
it. m., arrives Memphis ot 8 p. in., and arrive
Hickman at p. m..
Passenger Train leaves Nashville at 4 p. in.,
arrives Memphis at lO:45 a. in., and arrives
Hickman at u. in.
Making close connections with the .Mobile and
Ohio Railroad at Humboldt for Mobile. New
Orleans, and all intermediate points. -
At Hickman connecting with a llrst-clfiSH
line or steamers ftr lcksburg, Natchez,
Baton Rouge. Cairo, fat. ouis, anu an interme
diate points on the L'rper and Lower Missis
sippi Rivers. A first-class Transfer Steamer
will ply between Hickman and Cairo, making
close connections with the Illinois Central Rail
road for St. Loui3. Mo- Chicago, 111 Dubuque,
towa, oi- i aui, iuiuueui, u n -
and Northwest. !....,.
PaseneerTrAin leaves Memphis at H p. nt.,
lavos Hickman at 3:S0 a. m., arriving in
Nashville at 4.15 p. m.
Pan?er Trnin lecves Memphis at 4 pm.,
leaves Hickman at 0:30 p. m., arriving Xiash-
villeatB n. m.
Making closo connections at Nashville with
Nashville and Chattanooga Railroad for Chat
tanooga, Knoxville, Lynchburg, Richmond,
Washington, Baltimore, Philadelphia, New
York; Atlanta, Augusta, Savannah, Charles
ton, Macon, Montgomery, West Point, etc. Cop
nocta with the Louisville and Nashville Rail
road for Louisville, Indianapolis. Cincinnati,
and all points East. Connects with tho Nash
ville and Decatur Railroad for Franklin, Co
lumbia, Pulaski, Athens, Ala., and Decatur,
Thl. is the Shortest and Cheapest
Bontcto Memphis, it being seventy-nino
miles shorter than tho Decatur route, and
forty-sis miles shorter than tho Edgefield and
Kentucky route. 3I. XX!fES,
Chief Eng. and Gen. Pupt. N. and N. W. R. R-
H. J- CHENEV.
B. r- ROV-
STRATTON, CHEWEY & ROY
CO EMISSION MERCHANTS
Dealers in. TPx'Ocl'tiCG,
XO. 1G BROAD .STREET,
HAVING THOROUGHLY RUNOVATED
our Warehouta, our fticilfties for tho
storage and handling of Cotton are urflrpased
in the city; and beta g covered with .METAL
ROOFINQvaddTtional security will bo afforded
to all deecnptiDs of MarebaotHse ooni?ned to
Cash advaucr made on Cotton and other
Produce eonHgnad ton.
We keep at all time a fall supply of Barging,
Rope. Twine and Iron Ties, of tho most ap
proved mako. , . "
Particular attention ptid to Receiving and
The teudiucy of gold yesterday waa dc
(cflexllyu'paTdl, .having iipjned'; in f New
York at 142&, was 142$ at noon, and closed
at 142 at 3 r. m. On the street at a later
hour it was quoted at 142. Brokers here
were paving 141, and holding' at 142
" Government securities were quoled in
New York yesterday as follows :
5- 20s Lt series
6- 203 2d series ......
5-203 3d Foriea ,
jjttiDs new Issue-..- -.UUS.1
7- Sfls, 1st series
7-30s, Id and Sd series
London advices of yesterday quote Uni
ted Stales 5-20a at 73.
Exchange on-sew" Xprk1 vaAj furnished
by the banks yesterday at 51 per thoui
Nashville corporation checks were bought
in small sums at 25c discount.
ova if o a Tinf 1WyTi .-1 Jki r ? ? ifAvanmonf
bonds. Dealers hold the new issue of 5-20s
The exports of specie from New York to
foreign ports last week amounted to $103,
772, against $303,912 for the correspondiug
week last year. The following table will
show the total exports of specie from New
York to foreign ports from January 1 to
August.31, in the years noted :
i cm '
Government securities were quoted
in New York pn each, Saturday of the
past four weeks as follows :
Aug. 10. Au
Aug. 24. Aug.
S r.3 nt 1KS1
S xes of 1867....'..
Sixes of 1868 1SS
5-20s of 1862 11
5-20s of 1864 1
5-203 oflS66.: 1
7-303, 1st series-lUS
7-303. 3d serie3..1(JF
The New Ytrk
Trade was generally active through the
past week. The business in drygoods con
tinues to increase and the demand for gene
ral merchandise is also well sustained. The
import entries of the week were heavy in
both lines, and the customs close to three
millions for the week. For the month of
August the customs receipts in goldinto the
New York sub-treasury' foot up $12,903,740,
the largest for any single month since September,-1865,
and $3,109,000 ahead of July
of the present year. In the line of export
the movement is moderate in domestic pro
duce, while the export of specie is only
$103,000 for the week. The foreign ex
changes, are ii below the point at which
it would pay the bankers to ship Ameri
can gold coin ; business having been done
for Saturday's steamers at 109J109J for
standard bills on London. The present
accumulation of the precious metals is un
preccdcntly largo in the great Banks of
England and France, and very near the
highest point in the United States treasury:
say in London $117,000,000, Paris $183,
000,000 and New York $100,000,000; in all'
four hundred million of dollars. Money is
1J2 in London and Paris and 35G
per cet. according to the' anxiety of lend
ers in New York, a difference which is
likely to continue the employment of large
foreign balances in this rMrket. A rise of
interest hereto C7 percent., which some
financial opinions anticipate, though not
for some weeks to. come, .would probably
increase this operation, for it seems quite
certain, from the latest cable dispatches,
that whatever hostile feeling may remain
between the great powers of France and
Prussia, no war is lil&dy to be seriously
threatened, much less to occur, during the
remainder of the present year, to disturb
the European money markets.
The import entries forj-the past week
amount to $0,302,030, against the total en
tries of $5,757, 1 63- 'same f weer 1 astj feaar
Th5 expoit clearances of domestic produce
amount to $2,994,242, against $2,723,213
same week last year. The customs for the
week are $2,991,710. The reoelpts of cot
ton, coastwise anoV by railroad, are 5678
The gold values of the import entries of
foreign merchandise at New York since
Jan. 1, 1867, the beginning of the current
calendar year, . are reported as follows, the
entries of forefgn specie being omitted :
Total since Jan. 1 S179.316.44S
Against same date 1S6G 210.655,014
Decrease since Jan, 1- $31,389,595
The currency value of the exports of
domestic produce and miscellaneous goods
from New York, including foreign articles
re-exported, since Jan.'l, 1867, are as fol
lows: Total since Jan. l....-.'.....t $121,215,965
Against same date 1366 131.937,776
Decrease since Jan. 1,
Gold. Aug. 31. 1867-...
Gold. Sept. 1, 1S66
141 3 cent.
. . ' NASitLieptS;--." r.
.Cotton The -coUori "market was ex
tremely dull to-day. There were holders
wishing to sell, but buyers were not to be
found. 4We heard, pfthft stafe fiftfo-'nlv' .one
bale, which brought 21ic.
' Stock on hand 1st Sept., 1867 522 bales
lleceivea to-day y .H . .
Received previouslyJ ".'... 21 55 "
Shipped to-day .36
previously :....2 83 "
Stock on hand 439 "
Total stock received from Sept. 1,
18667 55,613 "
The following dispatches were received
to-day at the Chamber of Commerce:
New York, Sept. 5. Gold opened at
142J. 10:30 A. m. Gold 142 J. 12:45 p.
jr. Gold 142. Cotton market quiet but
steady; uplands 20f27; Mobile 27&;
Orleans '28a 3 p. jr. Gold closed at 142.
Cotton demand moderate but market
weak; uplands 2627; Mobile 27.;
; Orleans 28c -i, - i i K .
' Liverpool, Sept. 511 a. m. Cotton
market active ; sales to-day 10,000 bales at
Wheat From some cause or other there
was but little done in wheat to-day. There
is an active demand at yesterday's quota
tionsviz: White $1 90; red $1 80;
. Mediterranean! f65l 70per bushel: '
Floor Steady at $fi 50 to $12 50 per
bushel. ' 1
Oats 00c per bushel.
Hat 20 per ton. v.
Corn 8oc per bushel
dcPot: . .,
Have , advanced :.-. lOtpennies,
'$0,25;.. 25c additional for-smaller rram
bers. "a- ' !
Bacon Clear sides. 0.17c hams
!17c; shoulders 14c per pound.
Gkocerhs Market tolerably brisk;
Scw Torli Money and Stocls Jlnrke t .
New Yorit. Kept. R The money market is
easy and unchanged at 35 per cent, for
call loans. Sterling steady at lOTlO&U. Gold
is a shade higher: opening at 142i.and closing
at 142-. Exports of specie to-day 212.877. Gov
ernment stocks active and steady. Conpocs
timy.; do r lKK;do.C4H0 do.C5 lfi:
do. new 10S-.: do. '67, 10 : 7-K first series
10754: second and third series 107. Stoeks ir
regular: closing strong. Ohio certificate 27
2S; Canton. 4tM7U 4 Cumberland, 3966;
Quicksilver Z7$ig2& Mariposa lOJfSllr "West
ern Union TelefTapb iiftmZXi Paeifie Mail
1K144: Atlantic 110K8illl7New York Cen
tral 10ti(fl06M; Erie 7Sf07OW. Hudson 12634
VSH; Reading 103K103ig; Michigan Central
iiu;; .Micfligan Soutnem 53S3ii: lllmoiiCen-
preferred Wl?mWl ; Northwestern 4Gm
preferred TiasflK: Fort Wavnel06VaifA
Panl TTpfpTTAfl T" . Wl.!!' oVni V
Amenc&n 7S71 ; ' Adams Express 701
United States 7175; Merchants' Union 1
KnrTork lirriroods Slar&et.
HNkw Yoke, Sept. 5. The drygoods market is
more artire: prices are firm 9J for 6
square ttasdard print cloths: ISc for Merriinaa
W prints ; 16e for Cochieo do: 1&315H for Paoifio
and Spstgues ; 15c for American and Oriental ;
e.17. Aug. 24. Aug. 31.
1ST '137.- IBS-" ' 133
r. iii. 1 1 1 in:
133U 188 138
10236 1W& 103
urn ivm 114
1075J -KM WA
k -io7; -vm m4
iot W4i vm
msntta? ISO for
LI cdian Head and Lymafi E. Sheeting 17ic
for Pacific extra: 17 for Stark: 16o for Granilo
Mills, Mua!in-$5o for, York ; 16a for Wauusutta;
33o for Bay State.
New Yore. Sept. 5.-Cotton a shade firmer
1890 bales of .Middling Uplands were oW at 26
27c, chiefly at 27c. Flour closed irregular
anclinsettled. with a tendency to favor buyer?.
Wheat firm, with a fair and willing demand.
Rye dull and heavy at SI 40 for new western.
Oats dull at 0663e for New Chicago and Ohio.
Corn quiet and firm at$l 161 13 lornew mixed
western, afloat, and SI 1591 17, in store. Beef
quiet and steady. Cut meat firm and active.
Lard a shade firmer at 13 14c for kettle ren
dered. Cincinnati Market.
CisoivAT"-Sept. 5. Flour unchanged and
dull with a poor demand; family 510 0010 59.
Wheat was held more firmly, but no advance
was established; No. 1 redsold at $2 25. and No.
2 at $2 15. Corn firm at SI 10 1 12. but buyers
were holding back, anticipating a better supnlv
in a day or two. Oats dull at the close, with
more sellers than buyers, at 60c for No. 1. Rye
steady, with a moderate demand at 81 23. Bar
ley unchanged and steady at SI 20fcl 25. Cotton
dull, but prices unchanged: middling nt 21
24i , Whisky firm at 32 iu bond. Provisions
decidedly firm and prices biger, but holders are
not willing to sell to any extent, at quotations.
Mess pork active, and all to be had at 23 50 was
taken. Holders at the close asked S23 7524 00.
Bulk meats sold at 1214, but holders asked a
quarter higher. Bacon advanced to 13i for
shoulders, 16 for clear rib ride, and 1717J4 fcr
clear sides, with a largo demand from the South
and AVest. Hams are unchanged. Lard firmer
all to bo had at 124 was taken; it was thought
that under the better felling for this article,
there would not be much made in the country
this season. Butter still scarce mid firm at 25$
36c. Eggs firmer at 10c for selected. Sugar firm
at 1516c for raw. Coffee steady at 2227c. Lin
seed oil firm at SI 25. Flax seed 2 102 25, and
the demand good. Gold 14254 buying. The mon;
ey market is easy.
Louisville, Sept. 5. Sales of 190 hhds. of
tobacco; lugs S46: leaf 725; medium fine
cuttings S2133 50. Superfine flour $7; No. 1
new SU) 75. Wheat prime S2 022 06. Corn,
ear in bulk, 90e: shelled delivered, $105. Oats,
new in balk, 575S. Coffee active nt 2226-i.
New Orleans sugar 1515V4 for prime. Me.-3
pork $24 00. Bacon excited and advanced;
shoulders 13Js; clear ribbed sides 16; clear sides
1734, fancy hams 21. Lard 1213 in tierce.
Whisky, in bond. 3233c- River falling briskly,
and tho weather very warm.
Farming and Slock Lands
A.t Cliaiicevy Sale.
TN PURSUANCE OF DECREES OF THE
J Chancery Court at Nashvil e, in the case of
B. Litton and W. H. Gordon ana Wifo against
G.'M. Fogg, Administrator of R. W.McGavock,
deceased, and E. G. F. Hughes, Trustee. I Will
sell at public nuetioq, to tho highest bidder, in
the town of B.ietol, Sullivan county, Tennes
see, between the hours f 10 a. M.and 4 p M.,on
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1867,
A large bady of Jand lying a boat two mile3
from Bristol, Sntvatf bounty. Tennessee, on
Beaver and Cedar Crocks, known ast
The Biisliong Iron Works Place,
Being th aa pureha&d in 1857 by W. IT.
Gordon' aitd'R. W. MeOaraak, at a. sale made
under a" awfae Of tho Chancary Court" at
Jonosboro. ; ,
This rroirer contains
't-lS-'t Acres, more or leas,
And include tho celebrated CROCKETT ORE
It will bo sold according to the plan of divi
sion used at the sale made bv the Clerk and
Master at Joneeboro, in 1857, from which it
appears that tho whole Land is divided into
ELEVEN TRACTS, containing from SO to
aboutOOO Asia each. A copy of this plan can
bo found ntmy'otficeinNashvillo, nttho office of
the. Clerk end Master at Joncboro, and Mr.
Wra. B. Deory. at Bristol, will show the land to
any ono applying.
On the zrilAdlo portion of this Land, along
Bcavjsr Creek, there i3 abundant water power,
sufficient for any amount of machinery, tho
fll3 being sixteen and seventeen feet in .height.
There jrc also on this portion several Dwelling
'Houses, tovhicii "purchasers could at onco carry
thir families, a largo Barn, and' a good HAW
Mlt.Ii and OKIST Mll.fc, of capacity suffi
cient for nil present usss.
On tho lower portion of the Tract, about four
miles from Bristol, are the well known
The WHITE SULPHUR Water of wh'wh has
been analyzed, and found to be similar to the
curativo Sulphur Waters of Virginia.
About one-third of tho whole tract is cleared,
and two-thirds heavily timbered with sugar
trees, oako, hickories, and other growth common
lo that oountry. The land h undulating, pro
duces excellent gras indigenously, and much of
tho cleared land is now well set in tame grasses,
and the remainder susceptible of being eon
verted into valuable meadows. Beaver and
Cedar Creeks and their tributaries, together
with a large number of perennial springs, water
the land theroughly in every part. There is no
tract of land ot the same dimensions in the
State so well adapted for a Stock Farm.
THE TERMS Or SALE
Are ONE -FIFTH CASH, and the residue, on
credits of one, two and three years, with interest
from thd day of sale. Purchasers will be re
quired to execute notes for the deferred pay
ments, with satisfactory personal security, and
a lien will be retained until the whole purchase
money" is paid. Tho sale is free from redemp
tion, and the purchasers will acquire an abso
MORTON B. HOWELL,
augJ td Clerk and Ma ter.
Nashville Female Academy.
TN PURSUANCE OF DECREE OF THR
Chancery Court at Nashville, in tho cause of
C.D.Elliott vs. John M. Bass and others.
Trustees, etc.. I wifl offer tho NASHVILLE
EEMALE ACADEMY for rent to the highest
bidder, at 12 o'clock on
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1807,
Uponthe followino Terms:
The renter will be required to enter into an
agreement to open a school for the education of
females without unnecessary delay, and to carry
on such a school as has heretofore been carries!
on at the said Academy. The premises will be
rented "for a session of five months, with the
Erivilege of a longer term if the suit should not
e sooner decided " The tenant will be also
required to return the property into my hands
upon the order of the Court.
The renter wili be required to execute a bond
with sufficient security in tho penalty of Five
Thousand Dollars, conditioned to comply with
the terms, and " to perform the matters stipu
lated in tho contract ofrenting." and to jperlbrm
the order of the Court in thU behalf.
MORTON B. HOWELL, '
sep4td Clerk and Master.
HA-SBFACTITEEBS OF ALL JtiMfeS OF
J Cooking and Heating Stoves,
I iHblloiv- Ware,
BRIIOE, PI.AIX AKI ORtMEHTAI.
WATER AXD GAS PIPES,
. ETC., ETC
STORE FRONTS, and
. 1ROX KAILINA,
'.Siigar and Bark Mills,
Portchla and Stationary Engines,
On hand and made to ordar-
WORK! N LEBANON PTKE. NAR CITY
JSA3PE E. JOXHS, Prcs't.
.. JOHN TREXBATIf, Sc(.
my-m ; '
Hill McAlktbr. , Josy F. Wnsu5
Formerly of J. A. Mo- Of Teataan Wbe
aRster & Co.
letw. New Orleans.
AND GEN'L COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
N.3 College t-(paar Broad) Nahville, Jean.
TirAVIWG A LONG EXPERIENCE IN THB
jn Storage arid hale nf Cotton, and
Premising rersonaT attention to the interest of
ocrfrind.i, we hfpe to give entire satiffiwriaii,
and respectfully olicit your buffo. R .
Bagging and Iron Tis constantly on band.
Hardware at Reduced Prices
SA31 VASBERS OEI STXS1,
No. 40 Rfortit College Street.
OCULIST AND AURIST.
DK. BROCIOIAN, HAVING Re
turned to tha city after a successful profes
sional tour through the Southern States, has
taken rooms at the ST. CLOUD'HOTKL. whew
he may be consulted dally from 9 a. u. till 5 p.
M. Ui3 numerous testimonial from wall-known
citizens are. sufficient evidence of his suecess
-and skill in the special branches 40 which he
oenfinos his practise.
Nashville Blood Horse
pHE FALL MEETING OVER THE NASH---
ville Course will commence on TUESO AX,
the 13tu 4if October, and continue during
The stakes advertised havo closed with the
First Day Tnesday, 15th Bay or
Yotwo American" Stake No- 1 For two year
olds, that have never been trained previous to
thU Fall ; the (huh of a mile, $25 entrance, play
or pay. Tha Association to add S100 if the race
1st. Turner Johnson name br. c Chrystal,
by Avalanche, dam Gem, by Childe Harold, two
years old. . .
2d. E. 0. Elliott names ch. f. by Bill Cheat
ham, dam by imp- Sovereign, two years old-
3d- M- S- Coekrill names b. p. Crescent, by
Second Highlander, dam by Son of Priam, two
4th. Craig CbcErill name b. f. by Bill Cheat
ham, dam Effie Bynum, by imp. Glencoe, two
5th- Johnson Sc Douglas name oh. c- Riche
lieu, by Hiawatha, dam Fanny McAhster, by
Omeara, two years old.
SECOND RACE-SAME DAY .
Green Stake For three year olds that have
never appeared in public; milo heats, $50
entrance, play or pay. The Association to add
$200 if the race is run.
1st. Smith & Hobson name b- c, by Bleak
wind, dam Jane Wilkins, three years old.
2d. Turner & Johnson name ch- c Longstreet.
by Lexington, dam Alice Jones, by imp- Glen
coe, threo years) old.
3d- Turner & Johnson name ch- filly Maga
zine, by Australian, dam by old Wagner, three
4th W; A. Fonlka names br. c Dumple, by
Bleakwind. dam by Ambassador, three year ekl-
6th- G. W- Dardcn names F. Bisslck's ch- fifiy
Maggie Hunter, by Australian, dam Heads-I-Say,
by imp. Glecooe, three years old-
THIRD RACE SAME DAY.
Clnb race, $860;- free for all ; two mile dash-
Second Bay Wednesday, the ICtli.
The Exception Stake Two mile heats for
all ages, J50 entrance, play, or pay; free for all
excepting Muggins- Association to add $300 if
tho race is runlet-
Smith & Hoteon namcch- c- by Hiawatha,
dam Prairio Flower, by imp. Sovereign, four
2d- Turner Jt Johnson name ch- c- Chicka
mauga, by Jack Malene, dam Alboni, by imp.
Albion, four years old.
3d- A. Barnes names G- W. Darden's b- f.
Lantana, by Capt- Elgce, dam Angeline, by imp.
Albion, four years old.
4th. Johnson & Douglass name ch- c- Dnke of
Orleans, by Jaek M alone, dam by old Wagner,
5th- Johnson & Douglass name b- h. Rous
seau, by Commodore, dam Noty Price, by Cet
Johnson, six years old-
SECOND RACE-SAME DAY.
Club purse 3330, milo heats, free for all-
Thursday, tlie 17th.
Cumberland Staee No- 1 For three year
olds, milo heats. 50 entrance, play or pay- The
Association to add $280 if the race is run-
1st- Turner it Johnson name ch- f. Magazine,
bv Australian, dam by old Wagner, three year3
2d- Turner & Johason name ch. c- Longstreet,
by Lexington, dam Alice Jones, by imp- Glen
coe, three years old.
3d- Craig & Coekrill namo ch- f. Notty, by
Jack Malouc, dam by imp. Sekkwie, three
4th. Craig & Coekrill name ch- f- Sadowa. by
Jack Malono. dam Sea Breoie, by imp. Albion,
three years old-
5th. G- W- Darden names F- Bifiick'a ch. f.
Ma 8io Hunter, by Atfstralianrsm Heads-I-Say,
by imp. Gleneeo, threo -years 81d.
6th. G- W- Darden names F. Bta4ck's oh- c
Patricion. by Hiawatha, dam Uloriana, by
7th- A. Barnes names T. L. Yancy's eh. e.
Sandy Barnes by Bleakwind, dam Prairie
Flower, by imp. Sovereign, threo year&ald-
SECOND RACE-SAME DAY.
Club purse 84.00, two mile heat, free to all-
I'otirlli Bay-rrldny, the. 18th.
FIRST RACE- . , .
Youso America Stake No- 2 For two year
olds, th dash of a unle, $50 entrance,, play or
pay. ' Association to add S200 if the race is run.
1st. Turner A Jdhnson name br. c, uhrystal,
by Avnlanehe.dam Gem by tlhildo Harold; two
adi Craig A Coekrill name li. f.. cy Bill Cheat
ham, dam Bffie Bynum, by imp. Glencoe, two
3d. G. W. Darden names F. Bisiiak's b. c. Pat
Mulloy, by Lexington, dam Gloriana, by
4th. G W. Darden names F. BifSlckVb. o.
Hazard, by Lexington, dam Heads-I-Say, by
imp. Glencoe, two years old-
5th. A. Barnes names G. W- Darden's b. f
Chemisette, by Jim Rogers, dam Angeline, by
imp. Albftfn, two years old.
Oth- Johnson & Douglass name cb- o. Riche
lieu, by Hiawatha, dam Fanny MeAIIster, by
Omeara. two years old.
7th. Johnson A Douglass name blk. f. Char
lotte Thompson, by imp. Micky Free, dam Ada
Tevis. by imp. Albion, two years old. '
SECOND RACEr-SAME DAY.
Club purse $150, mile heats, 3 in 5, free1 for alt.
Fifth Bay-Saturday, tho 19tU.
CfMBERLAtfD Stacb No. 2 For three year
olds, two mile heat, sou entrance, play or pay,
Aiuonintinn tnfldrf if tlie race Is run.
1st. Orair & Coekrill name eh. f. Notty. by
Jaek Malone, dam by Imp. Sacklowie, three
2d. Craig, t Coekrill nam ah. f.'Sadewa. by
Jack Malont, date Jfca Breaze. by imp. Albion,
tbree years old. , ,
3d. G. W. Djrdn flamei P. Bisslck's eh- f.
Magcie Hunter, by Australian, dam Heads-I-Say,
oy imp. Gleneoe, three years aid.
4th. G. . Darden names P. liinick's eh. C.
Patrician, by Hiawatha, dan feileriana, by
Eclipte, thre year aid.
6th. A. Barns namab T- L- Ynney's eh- a.
Sandy Barns, by lilsakwind, dam Prairio
Flower, by imp. Sovereign, thre year3 old-
SECOND RACE 3A MB DAY.
Club puree SM, ail heats, far beaten henes.
THIRD RuVCE SAMB'DAY,
Club, purse $S00, three mile dash, free ftr all.
B. V. COCKRILL. President-
GEO. W DARDEN, Sec y and Treas.
Nashville. Aug. '. 1967 Jtn
R. H. GBOOMES & CO.,
UNDERTAKERS FOR- CITY AKD SUR
ronndins country Dealers in
2TETAEI.IC BtJRIAI. CASES.
Office Ifo. 42 ITorth Clierry Street.
Manufactory So. 1 15 South Marlict St.
Orders loft at tithe- lace will bo promptly
filled. mar!2 6m
JFor the Xilfe una CamjmfgTi? of
Ry TAMES D- MoOABS. Jx.. of Virgin.
SBND BOR CnWCLASS AND - SKK OtTR
1 18 Waftt 'S'oarth attMt. Cioiaei,0.
wpl wit I,
ACTON YOVKQ, W- H- Jll&WKTXG.
Late of KjMh Tills, Twin. Late stCSl-iea-f, 6a.
The neereat ITafelato; the Depat. . Btg-
. f y. t ! .'tit
FIKE, MAIZrXE, UUL-T,
IXI.AND TRANSPORTATION ItlSiKt
Taken at EqaliableiKatosu
4SLose3 fairly adjusted and prompUy pid"
Office. Second National Jank bulldteg, oyhagv
streeU JOHN LUMSDEN, PrasMsat.
W. J. THOMAS. ViMPraai-ttat
JOSEPH X.ISII, Secretary,
M SPRING GOODS.
IVo. 3 North Cherry Street,
(UnIennd.XmerIan.BteX, s -i
New Styles Business Suits.
Double BreastedStreet Sacks
Ladies' and Gents' Sole Lea
English Morning Coats.
Black Dress Suits.
A Nobby Sack Coat.
Children's GaribalHi Suits. ,
French Traveling Bags..; t
Boys' School Suits.
mar20 tf sp. fin. 3 Xorth Cherry.
iVcw Torli and Bremen
First-Class U. S. Mail SrBAjfBHir-s
Western Metropolis, Fourth Steamer,
FOR SOUTH HAUPTOX AND BSEMBtr.
taking passengers to 3Hhampton, LondsH,
Havre and Bremen at tho following rata
payable in gold, or its eqaivatont in oarroaay:
FIRST CABIN, $110. SBOOND OA BIN. 8 03.
From Bremen, Southampton, Havre, te Xsw
FIRST CABIN. $110. SBCOND CABIIf, $-7tS.
Excursion Tickets out and Home :
First Cabin, 8210. Second Cabin, glso.
SAILING OATS FEOJl SEW TORE AND BVaMMrr :
May'4 and 13-Juno 1. 16 and 3B July Uaad S.
Aug. 10 and 24-Scpt. 7 and 21 0t- S aSd lt
For freight or paseago apply to
Agent for Nail y4lo.
ISAAC TAYLOE. PrasklS"."
may! tf . 40 Broadway. New Yeakv
1 m . i 'v 1
Boots for Pnrmers and Gardeners
PaRMERS' AND GARDENBR5' Dic
tionary; tho Farm and Garden, by JtUqaM
Br idgeman's Gardener' Attestant ; do. KHagW
Gardening; Buist'a Kithsn Gftrdewteg ; Dwa
ing's Fruit Trees of America; do. Barraj- t-tla.
Baker's; Flint on Grassa; de.oa MHek mwm
tho American Shepherd; tho Far mars Bt&s
Book; Fuller's Grape Oaitere; da. HaraMhy:
Pardee on Rate and Strawberry CaHurat BM.
on tho Rose j Youatt, Skianar, Mayhew. VmM
and Fran k Forrester on Horse.
For sal by JOHN YORK,
jaoll-d tf-w&t . 41 Unian streat, NaavW.
IVo. BIS nncl 5-1
NORTH MARKET STEBBT.
PRICES JK1CI3TJCICD I
WE NOW HAVR IN STORK. AND fattf
ter sale at greatly reduted prie: f.t - " -
300 Tons wtjtlf-assorletl Tennes-
.fee Cliarcoal Bloom Iron. ' 1
200 Tons wcll-assorted'Kenirm
Of ,71 fill on n T-fntt 1 I i-4
1 ' f
OOtSaiSTINO or JMlm
BAR, lUS tW, ROCJVBS AND SQUARES
BOILER, SHEET, HORSE SHOa?,
HOOPS, ETC., u
All nfVhleh we offer ni low as themfluaWy
can be bought for on the Ohte river. '7
Blast Chareoal, Pie fro nad' VWugflT Sifau.
Our SHEET IRON U verT stfperlaV. aJKTW
call the particular allefltien of TtaaeMafKi?
Sheet Tron Workers to it. ' ' hi
Our Works are in full oprition.'aod wa Ufa
prepared to fill order promptly. ,
A liberal discount made to wbeleMletiaalamii
IHLLSUN, BHO. c SONsl, h
SELECT B0AEDTO SOHOoS
FOR BOYS AJID Y0DN6 MBWaa?- .
at fha.vkSt.xx cbiXko'si'
Five miles cast of villa, JDeaa. .!-.
will open on Monday, tha ad dar or
je Fir andcr the zp
T For farther n-artieufars apply for CiraaiaMi
of a Letter fraei a
TLEMAN at Mad
ras, to his brother
"Tell La S Pac-,
run that thair
is highly asUemeti
in India, and is, ki
my opioion, . tfca.
most palatabla asr
TO BI THB
"051Y GOOD SiDCT S
and applic-bl to
cu as sue mm
The scccsM of thumost dslidoMandaarieated
condiment Staring caased many uspriaeiwad
dealers to apply tho namo to irntKg
rosSDs.tha PUBLIC is nearxcrrasjo" odjMr ,
sSBrlvrenaestcdtoieotbatthaaaoi s LJLLa;
pRKItrNti are npanlthe WRAPPER, LAJlfc.
STOl'I'ST. and BOTTLE. "V'.'n,
Manufacturcil hy . :.,
LEA PBRRLXS. WqwsstaV.
JOBX BUKCUd'S SOA'3,l
octfyS."' A"nUfor,he Un,ted9C
C;TC-LBN FROM THB tTNDBRBI
miui "ur Lull ttssi Oi aprlnj
rtsoneonntr. Tenne-uu. ic an i ?
ur -jjp wvaia say aarg orwaj with SW
ana nrwies- Dseeriptioa : One a Ifors MtfrV
tan oi ; aleven yean old, fifti haadhtah iirfW
sat, thick neck. white spot on the ril w2
three or four inehe balow th, Troit 9( kit tof
abent as largaasatwenty-fiTaeMt rfleV daa
a Mare ilulo. about Ufc, hands high rfshtar
nine years ohf. he ha a hardknot under tf
-, -,r - """,' a wm sjv ono nanar
mtvaru i or ma aoev .Hales, or nf
law for cither, delivered to me, or a 1
tenaruiar xsiorzn&iion so a oan gettnera.
epl w4t JAMES E. RUFFTN.
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