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In calling attention to the ailvertisorncnt
of R. Donasn, music dealer, in the Ma
sonic Building, Church street, it is scarcely
necessary to Bay that ha ia himself a mu
sician of great pcwr and cultivation, and
that his taste in the eelection of music and
his judgment in the' purchase of instru
ments ia rarely eqnallcd. Ilia stock of
both is at present large, and embraces the
latest musical publications and the most
improTed instruments. Mr. D. opened
yesterday, prAbably the finest piano ever
offered in' this market-a "CLickcnng,"
with '"Agraffe" attachment and 'over
dampers." Wo heartily commend this
establishment to the public.
W.D.Kline, the well and favorably
known druggist in the Masonic Landing,
is now manufacturing an article of can de
cologne, unsurpassed by any of the cele
brated foreign brands. This article is sold
much cheaper than the imported, or Bur
nett's. His stock of pure paints and oils
is unsurpassed in this market.
Messrs. Albert & Seamen have an attrac
tive trade sale to-morrow."
B.BI.KHOUS Seuvice. The Rev. II. H.
Vernor,or Cornersville, Tenn,, will preach
in thojlrat PjesbUirian Clfurch, at 101
o'clock this morning, and at 8 o'clock this
Dit Baiiid will fill his pulpit this morn
ing, but not at night. And will' be absent
then, by order of his session, until the 15th
Elder T; Fanning, President of
Franklin College, will preach in the'
Christian Church this morning at the
usual hour and at 8 o'clock r. m.
Rev. J. M. Gregory, D.D., President
Illinois State Normal Institute, will preach
this morning at the Chapel of the Central
Baptist Clmrcb, Polk avenue. Services to
commence at 10 o'clock.
Rhv. Dr. Wolv, of New York, will
preach In the Union Methodist Episcopal
Church, North Summer street, corner of
Csjiilol avenue, this (Sabbath) mdrnlug,
August 16th, at 10 o'clock, and in the
evening at 8 o'clock.
Sinolwton, at the Poatoffice, has the
Waverly Magazine, Harper's Bazar, Chim
ney Corner, New York Ledger, Harper's
Weekly, New York Clipper, and other lit
erary and illustrated papers.
Democratic Rally in thk Eighth
Ward. Col. A. II. Colyar and.Turry H.
Cabal, Kfi., will addretw the Seymour and
Blair Club of the 8th Ward, at their room
on Cherry street, to-morrow (Monday)
night, -at 8 o,olock. The Democracy of
thi; city, the public generally, and the la
dies particularly, are invited lo attend.
TllKltK will bo a meeting of the Anti
Grant Club to-morrow (Monday) night, at
8 o'efook, at their Hall, over Cunningham 1
c. it : i , i i....... . ... rn i nn I
fe k mull Jitlil n nujiinaic run i , VAJiicc cu,
when the following gentlemen will addro3
the mooting : W. G. Brien, Eni., T. B,
All friends to the cause are invited to at
tend. D. Barnard, Seo'y.
Grand Dumocratic Barbbcue in
Maury County. A grand Democratic
maw meeting and barlieeuo was held yes
terday at Carter's Creek Station, some six
miles this sido of Columbia. Speeches
were mado by Hon. A. 0. P. Nicholson,
Judge W. P. Martin and other.
Gkn. SruniiLiiFiKKDlnd other Demo
crats will address the Oth, 7lh and 8th
Ward Seymour and Blair Clubs at the res
idence of Iiac Paul, lfoq., South College
and Market streets, on Tuesday evening
next, 18th inst. This is the first united
meeting in South Nashville, and will be
attended siiww by the people of that
prosperous section of the city. Other
Democratic speakers will bo in attendance,
who will entertain the patriotic assembly.
Pkktty Skvkrh. Henry Johnson, a
negro, was sent to jail yesterday afternoon
by J nfttiro Wilkinson in default of 1000
bail, to await the noxt term of the Criminal
Court ion the following charge: "Con
rpiracy to cheat, swindle and steal, and
stealing one gold watch valued nt $50," the
property of John B. Buchan, of Rutherford
Knr.KARi:i. 121 Jamison and Henry
Lankford, both colorpd, imprisoned in the
county jail some weeks since, for assault
and battery and for shooting at each other
at the Cemetery, were released yesterday,
by order of the Criminal Court.
Wilson Shelby, committed for an at
tempt to pass counterfeit money Thursday
last, was also released by the Criminal
Wr. are gratified to learn from Professor
Stark, the editor of the Home Monthly, that
Bince the enlargement of that excellent
Southern magazine, the subscription has
largely increased. It is one of the beet
printed mai-aiines in tho country, and its
pnges are filled with articles of high merit.
The efforts made through this magazine
and others to encourage Southern literature
should be sustained by tho people of the
South. , .
Died fhOM Poisotf. Coroner Norvell,
on yesterday, held an inquest over the
lKdyof a negro named Nat Rainey, living
on Demnmbreun street between College
and Cherry, who died very suddenly yes
terday morning about two or three o'clock
in a strange and unaccountablo manner.
Ho had been to a meeting or tho Loyal
Leaguo during the foro part of the evening
and returned to his homo about 10 o'clock,
and found his wife asleep. lie noiselessly
entered without arousing his wife and re
tired. About 2 o'clock she was awakened
by his severe strangling, and jumped up,
lit a candle, called to another negro named
Ludlow Hughe, who was sleeping on a
bunk in-the time room. Before Hughes
could get to his bedside life was oxtinct
without uttering a word. A posi morlem
examination was held by Dr. Com p ton,
who directed the brain and stomach and
asked time to Monday, 5 r. M.. to mako
WirAT it.Gost Now-a-Days t VCohb
a NiQOKR.'HgSmong othdr potty acts wo
have seen cr lfcffrgl -ff lately, was the' one
committed by1 Sparftng Friday morning,
in the caso of Mr. M. Barr, one of our
quiet Jewish merchant, who was arraigned
before him for "using abusive language"
toward a negro who runs au ice and water
melon shop eomcwhere asar Broad street.
The following was the way it was done:
Barr went in the shop to purchase five
cents worth of ice and saw sliced water
melon lying on the counter ; he asked the
price and touted the piece, and on account
of Its j8B8dncw determined not to buy.
The Bsgr got rampant and swore ho should
pay for it; when Barr, according to the
ntgr' tostimony, seized a halobel and
threatened t IpHt his head open, and at
the samp called him a negro s n of a b h.
On the other hand Mr. Barr swore posi
tively that he said nothing of the kind.
The negro had no witnesses, yet Sparling
ordered Mr. Barr to be fined $25 and coU,
at the same time remarking that "such
things had lasted long enough in this coun
try." We forbear commenting on such an
unjnsUdfotaipn, the very facts within thorn
selves are sufficient to show to all just and
fair-winded men why it wax done. Mr.
Barr, we learn, has appealed to the Circuit
C THEBA.XIXE TO-HE FOUGHT.
BcsoliiH.ms Of tlicKoymonr and JXlatr
Davidson Connly CInl.
At a meeting of tho Davidson County
Seymour and Blair Club, held at their
hall over thestore of Hamilton & Cunning
ham last night, the following resolution
iraa offered by Got. H. S. .Foote$nd stow
animouely adopted. The resolution was
discussed at some'length by the mover and
Messrf. A. S. Colyar, H. E. Jones, John J.
McCann and others :
Resolved, That ft is Uic opinion of this
club that there is nothing in the present
condition of the State of- Tennessee to, ren
der it desirable that the Democratic party:
biiooiu ueciine me i resiucnitai canvass, as
has been suggested in certain quarters, but
that on the contrary, every consideration
of policy and patriotism demands of
us that we should prosecute the
same In a peaceful and orderly manner,
but zealously, industriously and fearlessly
up lo the end; having strong 'ground to
expect the most signal victory over our po
litical adversaries', whom we hold to be the
enemici of liberty, and of the civil institu
tions established by our ancestors; and
that, in furtherance thereof, the attention
of the Executive Committees who arc ex
pected to meet at this Hall next Monday
evening, at 8 o'clock, is respectfully invited
to the subject of this resolution.
We are desired to invite a ..genera at
tendance of Democratic citizens at the
meeting above spoken of on Monday night
tin nenutlefl nnd Advantage-'
Since our "City Dads" have succeeded
in purchasing the magnificent property re
cently owned by our young townsman,
Hugh F. McGavock, Esq,, to be; used in
future as a public park by our citizens, wc
deem it requisite that wo should give a
portion of our columns this morning to a
brief and hastily written sketch of the
place. The ground is exactly forly-six and
a half acres in area, and, is situated in
North Nashville, about fifteen minutes
walk from the Public Square. It is bound
od ou the North by an open space of coun
try, on the South by Taylor, East by Cum
berland, and West by College streets.
It is of an attractive oblong shape,
diversified by undulating hillocks and
valleys and contains, almost in its centre, a
beautified lake, of several acres, fed by per
rennial springs. Numerous " lords of the
forest" crown the hill that overlooks the
lake and as far as the eye can reach
beauties uon beauties me in unobstructed
view. Immediately under tho hillside,
toward the lake, hangs a ledge of rocks
picturesque and romantic. 'Tis a goodly
scene, where tho curving of the laklet, like
a silvery snake, lays out its coil in the
sunshine so lovingly. It breaths of health,
and of happiness. It is a beauteous spot,
' Wilderness of sweets; for natnrohcre
Wantoned as in her prime, ami play'd at will
Her virgin fancies ppurcd forth in sweets.
Aside from all else, with thfjeonstrflction
of an observatory on the crowning height,
as fine views may be obtained as any city
in the South can boast. On the Bouth side
and towards the city, the grand old Capi
tol, the pride of Tennessee, whose rotunda
seems to reach ihe heavens, rises up mag
nlficent and grand, while fully one-half
the clly meets the eye of the observer.
Then there is St. Cecilia Academy, Aeh
Barracks, Horticultural GardenB, the Driv
ing Park and our own dear Cumberland,
winding its way toward ihe "Beautiful
River," all in full view. It wiM assured
ly become a popular rc3ort for the dust
and mud bedizened citizens of tho Rock,
City. It will be the pleasure place of the
rich and poor alike. The laborer and mil
lionaire; the employer and employe will
meet and mingle iu this garden of beauty.
Let the persons having the affair in hand
goto work in ornamenting it at once.
We are anxious for a drive in
"our iwrk." Trees and shrubbery should
beset out, grass sown, weeds plucked out,
and a neat paling erected. The lake could
be put in some shapo and an excellent
graveled drive constructed around its bor
dor. A few deer in the park and swan on
the lako would be decidedly recherche.
Vari-colored sail-boats and rustic scaLi
could be added, and in time the whole
affair might be lighted by gas.
Some objections have been raised by old
fogies, who aro afraid that the place will be
infested by disreputable characters and
loafers. Let proper orders be giveu the
police on such subjects, and we venture to
say in a very short while the Nashville
Park will be the feature of the metropolis.
We commend, the purchase and heartily
congratulate Mr. McGavock on his success
in selling the city so desirable a place.
Nntitrday'H l'ollcn Ilud;rct.
The first ca?c called in this court yester
day morning was that of Wesley JJrown, a
brown-hued specimen of the genus homo, re
joicing in the identical patronymic of "Os-
Bawotomie Iho late lamented," whoso
"speoril" commenced its tramp at Harper's
Ferry several twelve-months since. "Mr."
Brown, as tho "red-mouthed" called him,
indulged in too much gab of a nature
somewhat detrimental to peace asd pros
perity, and had to pay $5 and costs for the
P. S. If his akin had have been while
it would have been $20 and costs; "there
fore," he left rejoicing.
William White O heavene, "how names
are butchered I a black, 'greasy, little ne
gro fellow, in whoso veins ''tis said the
('blood of the Ethiop iloweth," stole cash
to the amount of $1 75 along with a pocket
knife, but, as a matter of course, was per
mitted lo go scot free.
Then carao R. Campbell from William
son county, who committed a "V's" worth
of nuisance in the market place.
Next, n dilapidated negro female with
the tragic and euphonious title of "Lucre
tia" swung to ber, charged With surrepti
tiously "going for" $2 worth of bacon and
an article of female wearing apparel, the
name whereof Is unknown to the reporter
hereof. Suffice it that the charge was un
sustaincd and "Lucrctia" doea not board
(here, i. e (the Workhouse.)
John Burnett, a eon of "dad burn it,"
waxed wroth at Jane Bandy - and didn'l
proposo to handy words with a "gyurl" o1
her ilk, and so he whipped out his ''hawse
bistil" and vowed by the jumping gce-hause-a-phat
that he'd "blew hot brains out."
"Well, then, blew and be burned," re
marked Miss Bandy, at the same lime fly
ing off toward the Cedar Street Station
house, where she secured the aasistance
of the Wi-coated M. P.', and had
Mr. Burnett arrested, anil hence his ap
pearance. An invcsligauon-oi uio mauer
was held and the pistol of Mr. Burnett
found harmless, whereupon the Commis
sioner, for once in his lite be it said to his
credit, dismissed Burnett and sent the Ban
dy to the Workhouse to secure four dollars
worth of "oosts," Sad tale, uncontrollable
"tide in affairs." Happy Burnett, discon
Yes, ami thero was Nicliolas Cary, un
doubtedly one of "Mother Cary's chickens,"
who tried to abbreviate the existence of
"Sary" Perry, a negress, but it was no go.
The trhtf resulted in "Perry's victory" aud
"old Nick" was taxed with costs.
Next came J. M. Hancock, who "throw
In" five and goIa for gutting a gill or so
too much "calamity water" under his hide
audLein Foster, who recently has been
fostering hatred "lo'anl a kullud gal"
named Ellen Maxcy, had hia hatred to
terminate in pitched battle of tho first
water, and subscribed $f.
W. J. Jacobs, for "wrestling" with a di
lapidated angel of the jubgnlar havena,
called Lou Nelson, and from whom ho at
tempted to take her wardrobe, also went up
for ihi caits.
Lastly, but not leartly, came "Mr'
Grant, a member of a peculiarly unfortu
nate family, who, like hia Illustrious kins
man Jlirain Ulysses, in early youth ac
quired a hankerinc after a drop o' some-
tliln', cigars ami Ihe "arena." But, to
abbreviate, Mr. Grant came tothec'Uyto
ec the fuplit aud the nhow. observed the
"elephant:' and the "houses" got cntl
astic invested a "ehin-plaster" in seegara
aud licker, got loquacious, like his kins
man, but too drunk to ride, to limber to
walk aminute, was rolled to the Station
house in a wheeKbarrow andwas" hung on
a five dollar line to dry "if it takes all the
'summer." Exueni omnet curtain falls.
Jntie Hcetlnpi HeriT Thl Week The
I'rOTOinmp of the Several Xeetlrifrs
Speeches, Kfcsayx, Ilcni Iouh, etc.
The series of educational meetings (o be
held in this city during the present week,
will attract attention throughout the coun
try, and bring together more ot the practi
cal teachers of the Union than were ever
-before assembled in the South. The follow
ing is an outline of the proosed meetings,
and the order of exercises :
NATIONAL SUPKIIINTENDKNTS' ASSOCIATION.
The meeting of the National Superinten
dents' Association will be held at the be
ginning at 10 o'clock, A. m., to morrow.
The following topics will be discussed:
I; School District Organization
Territorial unit, School Officers, etc.
II. School Funis How beat raised,
(by State or local taxation,) how appor
tioned, how disbursed, etc.
III. School Supervision. Slate.
-county, and districts ; how Superintendents .
'flbould be chosen, term of ouice, etc.
IV. bcnooL statistics. State ana city
items lo be reported, basis of same, etc.
The discussion of each of the above
topics will be introduced by a brief paper.
J-Whatis desired, is such a tree interchange
of view as will present the experience of
Hon. Henry Barnard. National Com
missioner of Education, has been invited
to address the Association,
MERICANHORMAL SCHOOL ASSOCIATION .
The annual meeting of the American
Normal School Association will be held on
Tuesday, August 18.
The order of exercises will'be as follows :
; At 9 o'clock, A. m., the meeting will be
opened for introductory addresses and the
transaction of business.
At 1 o'clock, r. u an essay will be
read by Prof. George M Gage, Principal
of the State Normal achoal at Farmington,
Maine. Subject "Educational Errors."
At 11 o'clock, A. sr., a discussion. Sub
ject : "The usefulness of model schools in
connection with normal schools, and the
modes of conducting them."
At 12 o'clock, A. sr., an essay will be read
by Pro. John Goodison, of the Stele Nor
mal school of Ypsilanti, Michigan. Sub
ject :'"Normal instruction in Geography."
. At 3 o'clock, v. M., Prof. William F.
Phelps, Principal of the State Normal
school at Winona, Minnesota, will present
a report on "The Organization, including
grading and cotirsetof study and training
of Normal schools."
i At 7 o'clock, an essay will be read by
Prof. M. A. Newell, Principal of the State
Normal school at .Baltimore Maryland.
, The subject of essays will be discussed
as far as time will permit.
' This association will meet .on Wednes
day at 9 a.m.
' OPENING exercises.
Address of welcome Ly Dr. J. Berrien
Lindsley, Chancellor of University of
Nashville; and response by President of
Appointrueut of Committees.
10:30 A. M. Report on the study of the
classics in our Colleges, ty Dr. J. W. An
drews, of Marietta College, followed by
11:30 A. m. Diacuesion "Drawing in
Common schools; with an exercise by
Prof. Goodwin, of the Michigan State
2:00 r. M. Lecture by Dr. Taul A.
Chadbournc, President of the University
of Wisconsin. Topic "The true idea of
a college;" followed by a discussion of Ihe
3:3Q v. M. Paper by Prof. E. North, of
Hamilton college. N. Y. . or discussion of
lhosubjectT"What are the true"reIatTon3
between colleges and common schools?"
7:30 p. 31. President's address.
Followed by discussion.
TnrjRSDAY, August 20. Report on the
school systems of the Uniled States, by J.
Crulkshank, L. L. D., of Brooklyn, N. Y.
10:00 A. M. Discussion "Tho place
aud proportion of the natural sciences in a
true course of education."
11:00 A. M. Paper by Prof. W. L. R.
Brown, of Georgia.
2:00 r. M. Paper by E. O. Haven, D.
D., L. L. D., President of university of
Michigan. Topic "Relative advantages
of the lecture and class recitation systems."
Followed by discussion of the subject.
3:30 r M. Address by Gen. John Ea
ton, Jr., Superintendent of Public Instruc
tion for the State of Tennessee. Topic
"Education, ever old and ever new."
7:30 1 m, Address by Hon. Horaco
Maynard. Theme: "Renaissance."
Friday, August 21, Report : "On the
duties of a State in respect to Higher Edu
cation." By Hon. P. Wickersham, Su
perintendent of Public Instruction of Penn
sylvania. 10:00 A. m. Paper by J. B. While, Presi
dent of Almira Female College. Theme
"Tho Higher Education of Women con
trasted with the Higher Education ofMen."
Followed by discussion.
11:00 A. M. Address by Prof. G. F.
Holmes, of University of Virginia.
2:00 r. si. Election of officers, etc.
250 r. m. Addres3 by Dr. Seers.
7:30 r. ai. Social reunion. Addresses
from the States.
Ihe following gentlemen nave been in
vited to deliver addresses or read papers
before the Association. No reply baa,
as yet, been received from them, but it is
presumed that most, if not all, will accept
the invitation, and be present :
iiarnas bears, V.V., superintendent ol
Peabody Jb unu.
A. D. White, LL. D., President of Uor
Rev. Dr. (frof.) Brochus, Greenville,
Prof. Brown, Athens, Ga.
Prof. Holmes, University of Virginia.
Dr.!Van Bokelen, of Maryland.
It is expected that this meeting will be
ono of unusual interest. The Legislature
of Tennessee, by joint resolution, tendered
the Association the Legislative Halls for
the sessions. The educators of Tennessee
aro ready to extend a warm welcome to
their brethren from the whole country.
Arrangements have been mado for excur
niorw to tho Mammoth Cave, and to other
points of national interest. The railroads
centering at Nashville will give free re
turn tickets to theso who pay full faro over
Ihem in going to the ueeting.
The benefits to be expected from these
meetings aro suggested by the programmes
given above. Each is open to the public,
and all interested are invited to attend.
Those who wish to berome members will
have an opportunity. A committee of
gentlemen In Nashville aro co-operating
with Dr. J. B. Lindsley, Chancellor of the
University of Nashville, and Chairman of
the Execntivo Committee of tho Tennessee
Teachers' Association, to secure entertain
ment for ladies, and at reduced rates for
gentlemen. The hotels all consent to re
duco their fares to delegates; none charge
over $2 50, and some as low as $1 50 per
Another Rafe Case. A Norwegian
emigrant, O. A. Hunt, living on the No
lenssilla pike, just beyond the corporate
limits, was up before E.q. Mathews yester
day, for committing rape ou his half broth
er's wife. Ho was fined fifty dollars and
Stealing a Cow. Tho milk cow of
Esq. Wilkinson, which has been running at
largo for several weeks past, was taken up
yesterday was imprisoned by a trio of
German butchers Jacob Sibel, Ferdinand
Hose and Bernard Falstick, living near
Fort, Houston -ou tho Franklin pike. If
the Enquire had not hav gone out aa soon
as he did she would certainly have gone to
Mr. (X F. ScHULTr.,Jeacher of Piano
and Guitar. Address: Potoffice box 127,
or music stores ;Of Messrs. McCIure and
Dorman. Uugl2 31
Local On pits for .lamlnyv
Eleven'misceilaaeous''- cases weredis
posed of by the Police Court yesterday.
Trade in tho city yesterday was unusual
The drens pulled up slakes yesterday
morning and left fo Franklin.
Several families of our1 citizens aro so
journing at Kingston Spritga.
Query. We wonder where the Banner
got their (?) "receipt for sulphur water."
Yesterday was the anniversary of the
birthday of Napoleon Bonaparte.
The grand jury will bo umpatineled to
A prize bowling match itomes of! at the
Horticultural Garden's lo-inorrow.
The recent sidewalk law has been rigidly
carried into effect by the police in all por
tions of the city.
The Nashville German Sharp Shooters
have a graud prize shooting match lo-mor-row
The number of marriage nmong opr
colored population is on the decrease, acd
street-walking more popular.
In some of the Northern cities drnnkarda
are discharged, without being fined, from
the Police Courts, after first subscribing to
the "pledge." A good idea, that.
The number of houses throughout the
caly placarded "For Rent ' js becoming
Tho "sailor's collar," pointed over tho
shoulder, is much in vogue among the
young ladles of 'Nashville.
Marriages on horseback are popular at
the West. Tbeytnay be properly called
bridle ceremonies. '
The South Nashville Horse Railroad
Company have recently put on several cam
repainted and fixed up generally. '
A brass-band discourses from the front
balcony of the Academy of Music every
The "soap man" was compelled by tho
police last night to move his "traps" from
the corner of Cherry and Union streets be
cause he drew too big a crowd.
A large pile of debris from sidewalks is
Ivinir on Cherry street bouUi of Broad,
almost in the middle of tho street. It
should be removed.
Our merchants are making extensive
preparation for a brilliant fall trade. We
notice improvements in progression every
lianu. jy lively Dusincss is anticipated.
The authorities of Franklin havo an "eve
of suspicion" upon "certain parties" sup
posed to haye been connected with the re
cent robbery of the Express office at that
Quite a commotion was created last night
about 9 o'clock, by tho horse attached to
the buggy of the "Indian Doctor" running
off and upsetting the buggy in front of the
St. Cloud Hotel.
The attention of the Sanitary Police is
called to the filthy condition of the alley
running north from Broad, between College
and Market streets. It is an abominable
thoroughfare, and if not cleaned out may
Tho announcement of the marriage of
Mike McCoole, tho distinguished (I) pu
gilist, in St. Louis, a few days since, is said
to have caused a decided sensation among
the chambermaids and washerwomen
throughout the country.
"A difficulty occurred on Friday at Web
ster's' Mill, on tho Hampshire pike, some
ten miles from Columbia, between James
Gray and Lewis Griffin, during which tho-
latter was shot in tbo breast and wounuea
seriously, cause, woman.
We heard yesterday of ono of our wealthy
merchants, who for some time past has had
n presentiment that if ho tore down hia old
fence he would "surely die' Passing
along his way yesterday evening we ob
served the old fence down and the stone
foundation for a magnificent iron fence go
ing up. Let us hope that he may survive.
As yet, we havo heard of no preparations
being" made for the opening of a legitimate
theater in our city this fall. Let somebody
take hold of the matter and present m with
something of an intellectual caste. Wo
blush for the liberality of Nashville when
we record the fact that the legitimate drama
has been so unappreciated for the past year
Prof. Geo. Butler, formerly Principal of
Shelby Female Institute in this city, has
taken charge of the Pulaski Female Insti
tute, and begins his first session on the first
Monday in September. The absence of a
fist class lemalo Bchool in that city has been
felt, and wc now heartily congrMulato our
friends in Giles, upon their success in se
curing tho services of so estimable and
competent a gentleman as Prof. Butler, as
well as those of his accomplished daughters.
The Pulaski Citizen of Friday publishes
a brilliant and spicy account of a grand
concert civen in the benefit of the Presby
terian Church Of that city, on Wednesday
night lastt One hundred and fifty dollars
were added to the exchequer of the church.
It speaks in glowing terms of the splendid
array of musical genius resident in Pulaski.
"Ve heartily concur ; for wo have certainly
more lhan once had the pleasure of hear
ing the warbling of Pulaski's beauties, and
unhesitatingly prouounce .them par excel'
Here in Nashvillo wo lavo a . most,
learned City Council, at whose meetings
very frequently reports and bills are pre
sented for passage of such elegant English
construction that they remind one of a
painter's bill for work done in a Scotch
Church in 1707, to-wit: To filling up a.
chink in tho Red Sea and repairing the
damage done to Pharoah'a host. To re
pairing Nebuchadnezzar's beard. To
cleansing the whale's belly, varnishing
Jonah's face, and mending his left arm.
To painting anew city in the Land of Nod.
To- making a bridle for the Samaritan's
horse and mending one of his legs. To
adding more fuel to the firo of Nebuchad
nezzar's furnace. To cleansing the Garden
of Eden after Adam's expulsion. To a
new skirt for Joseph's coat. To aBheet
anchor, a jury mast, and a long boat for
, A fat man's nicnic recently came off at
Utica, New York. No one was admitted
under 250 pounds. Tho following was a
Hat of the prizes :
1. Hop, skip and jump Prize a palm
2. Dancing the Highland fling, with va
riationsPrize, a botlle of leeches.
3. A sitting down patch The one that
breaks the most chairs takes tho pieces,
contestants to pay for tho ehaira.
4. A rolling match During this trial
the band will play "Roll on Silver Moon"
-Prize, & bottle of Mother Winslow'a
eoothing byrup. .
5. A sweating match in a tub The bne
that fills the tub first to have a prize a
sponge dipped in beer.
6. A jumping match The one that can
raise both feet off the ground at the same
time takes a hat. '
Almost a Fatal Fall. Yesterday
noon, Amanda Jenkins, a negro girl, house
servant for Mr. T. W. Spite, 119 Norjb
Summer street, fell from that gentleman's
back porch to the ground, a distance of ten
or twelve feet, injuring her so badly that
it was thought at one time that alio wonld
not recover. Late yesterday afternoon she
was reported by Dr. Winston, out of dan-
At the earnest solicitation of many of onr in
fluential cititens, I hereby snnaunce myielf as
a candidate for Maror. at the ensolne fall
election. U. II. TJIOKNBEIIG.
I hereby annonnco myself as a candida.lo for
Congress, in this district, subject to the action
of the nominating convention of tho Repabli
can party. HORACE II, HARRISON..
THE UNDERSIGNED HEREBY GIVE3
natiee of hi smminliuent 3VS a&irnee Ol
the estate of L. U. Carney, of Mnrlreesboro, In
thaeountvof Itulhnrford. who was on the lOtn
of July. 1803, tdjudtged bankrupt upon his awn
petition. J. W CHILDRESS. Jr.
ausll -Jtw Assignee.
i 'SPECIAt NOTICES.
I'lno-Arta in .XnahvlIIo. C C. Giers
wonld respeetfally inform his many friend3 and
enstamers that he has just returned from a trip
to New York and other Eastern citiea, where
he has mado himself acquainted with all the
new improvements and inventions in the Pho
tpcrapMe ArU Also, just reccivod a fine lot of
Albnms, gilt and rosewood frames, otci Call at
N05. 43 and 45 Union street, and oe the finest
collection of pictures in tho Southwest.
? ; i
ELEGANT DRESS SUITS.
STYLISH STREET SUITS.
BROW LINEN SUITS.
YOUTHS' BUSINESS SUITS,
JiOYS' SCHOOL SUITS.
PERFECT FITTING SHIRTS
CHOICE TR AVELING SUITS
SOLE LEATHER TRUNKS.
No. 3 North Cherry Street.
: iuijit tf
i Batclielor'a Malr DyeThi3 splendid
jllalr Droit the best In 'the world. The only
true and perfect Dyt harmless, reliable, ins tan -Jtaaoous.
No disappointment. - No ridiculous
;tints. Natural black or brown. Remedies the
111 effects of had J)yt$. Invigorates the hair,
leaving it soft and beautiful. The reauinois
Bisned William J., Batahelor. All others are
mere imitations, and', should be avoided, Sold
by all Drurclits and Perfumers. Factory 81 Bar
clay street, New York. apr29 ly.
The Quickest and Cheapest.
pIIE VIRGINIA AND TENNESSEE
I AIR LINE
iTS BRINGING AND CARRYING FREIGHTS
1 from and to Now York, and other eastern
! From Six to Nino Dnjrn,
land at rates at least Twcnty-flvo per cent,
lower than any other line.
; This lino is now thorouenlr orsanii ed, and
.shippors may rely upon having merchandise
iut through in tho shortest possible time, and
in good condition.
J. F. O'SHAUGHNESSY & CO., AfenU.
Office: No. 3i South Market street
! Karly and llapjiy Jlnrrlngc The True
Principles which culdo to HAPPY MAR
trtlAaE, and domestic felicity. Eisaya for
Young Men, sent in sealed letter envelopes, free
of charge. Address HOWARD ASSOCIATION,
Box P Philadelphia, Pa. may20 3m
Billiard Tables at Auction.
WE mh SELL AT AUCTION TO THE
hi(?heit bidder, at the St. Cloud Billiard
Roonu. onTUKdDAV, IStb. inst-. without ro
servo, Five mr.MAi.ti taui.es. j
Tha tablej nre of the best mako, and in good
condition. Gentlemen who wish to enter tho
iu'in&w, or who deairo them for private uirp,
will havo an opportunity to obtain superior ta
bid on the most fuvorablo terms.
'X. W.BARNES & CO,
1 ,a"8 - 4. Auclipjieera.
Held, July i!9tu, 1808.
rpUE UNDERSIGNED HEREBY OIVES
x notice of hia appointment as osaigneo of
W- M. Pollock. R. T- Mathews, C. C. Cum
mings, James T. Conncll, Win. A.Sowell, David
M. Allen. R. II. Iior, 11. V. Harriion and Hen
ry II. Kirk, iu the county of Robertson snd
State of Tennessee, within said district, who
hare been adjudged bankrupts upon their own
petitions, by tho District Court of said district.
jy31 oaw3t A. M. GARNER. Assignee.
' -L charge of this long established HOTEL, havo
renovated tho houso throughout, and tho char
ges will be as moderato as tho times will admit
Board and room by tbo month... $50 to SG0
Board and room by the weok .jjjll 00
Board and room by the day ...... It CO
Supper, lodging and breakfast 0
Singlo meals to
Day board by the weok C 00
Dinner board by tho week. ....... .......... 3 60
We pledee ourselves that our tablo shall bo
supplied with the best tho city and country af
fords. OurservanUi are polite and attentive, and
we guarantee satisfaction to alt who may please
to call on us.
The Omnibuses loaye the hotel regularly for
all the railroad depots and connections. The
Lebanon stages also leave from here daily
HAM'L E. HARE k CO,
Nashville, Tenn.. April 23tb. 1803. tf
Southern Music Store,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
NO. 33 UNION STREET.
JAMES A. McCLURE WISHES TO AN
nounee to bis Tennesseo friends and the
general public, that his stock of Mono Is now
complete Steiniray, Knabe. Dunham, Weber,
Kraushaar. Haines Bros, and A. 11. Gale x
Co. are fully represented in his itoek, and are
sold at New York prioes. thereby saving freight
and charges to tho purchaser.
He is alio Solo Agent for the celebrateh Bar
clelt Orcnu, regarded by the profession to
bo tho brat reed instrument now made, possess
ing the late Improvements in stops, viz.; Har
monic, "Celeste" and Vox Humana, that aro
perfections of mechanical genius. Churches,
Sabbath Schools, Lodges and Seminaries aro
furnished at very low rates. Circulars and price
lists will be forwarded on application.
In Hhcet Xante, (for many years a spe
ciality in his establishment,) he can offer grsat
inducements to the Trade, Schools and Ama
teurs. His stock is the largest and mq;t select
in the South, and will be always supplied with
the NEWEST and BESTprodnctions of homo
and foreign composers.
In Violins, Grtltnrs. Flntcs, Italian
and other String, for all instruments, to
gether with a fine collection of small Musical
Goods, ha defies competition.
P. 8. Pianos, Organs and other instruments
tuned and repaired by first-class workmen.
Mr.D.8. Curio is now with Ihlshotiso, and
will bo glad to soo his friends.
Bargains of the Season.
TN ORDER TO CLOSE OUT AND MAKE
X room for his mammoth fall and winter stock.
, is now selling his stock of Clothing and Gentlo-
At mitl Below CoHt.
Now is tho time for bargains in this line of
business. Call at So. 7 JXortti Cherry
HOOPER IlAJUtIS & CO.,
(Late Harris, Gaines. i',Co..)
Southern ami Western Produce,
FOni-TO.V AND DOMESTIC I.IQUOBH,
. - it.
General Commission Merchant,
OFFICE.' Ill nilOADWAT.:
FINANCE AM TRADE.
; NASHVILLE QUOTATIONS.
FXITKD STATT3 AST OTHKtt SECURITIES.
5-21s, 1st aeries...- .U3)i
o-ztB, jo. series.. . ..,.. ,.ni
5-203. New lira o
Compound Interest Notes. May, 1S15.....11D
- - " Aug, 1S65 ,iig
" ScpUlSOS .117
" OCU 1805 11R.
r.nn;.-:n.. v M..hv;Un lt R. Stock.....
Nashville A Chattanooga R. R. btocK-
Nashville and Chattanooga R. R. Bonds.-
Nashville Corporation Chects
" " CoupoBS
South Nashville Street R. 1L Stock
Suspension Ilridg Stock
Davidson County Bonds.-..--
Planters Rank Stock.
Union Bank Stock-
DomsTio inn rostra cxchaxgk.
On Now York -par.
da Cincinnati.. - ,
On London 47 50 por pound.
On Dublin 7 50 " ''
fin TMtntmi-rh 7 50
Onllerlin 1 08 per thalor.
On Frankfort. . - CO guilder
Bank of Tennessee, old
Union Bank par
Union Bonk Cert's par
B'k of Chattanooga. 06
Bank of Commerce, par
Bank of Knoivillo, 65
Bank of Memphis 95
B'k ofMiddlaTenn. 95
Bank of Paris par
Bank of the Union, par
B'k of West Tenn- 30
Buck's Bank -par
City Bank 65
Commercial Bank 25
Merchants' Bank par
Northern Bank par
Ocoee Bank - 12
Southern Bank 10
People's Bank 50
Planters' and Me
chanics' Bank IS
State Bank 03
Southwestern R. R- 30
Union Bank SO
Bank of Mobile , 90
B'k of Montgomery, 50
Bank of Selma- . 21
Central Bank 01
Cnmmeraial Bank 07
V!n wf rn Hun Jr
Southern Bonk .
Central R. R. B'k-
Banking Co . 95
B'k of Mid. Georgia, 90
Marina Bank - 96
Bank of Augusto 70
Augusta Insurance.. 01
Bank of Columbus 06
Bank of Commerce, 05
Bank of tho Empire
SUto ..- 15
Bank of Athens- 50
Bank of Fulton 45
Bank of Savannah. 50
Bask of the State of.
, Georgia. 20
City B'k of Augusts, 35
Farmers' and Me
chanics' Bank 08
Mechanics' Bank 61
Merchants' Sc. Plant
ers' Bank.. 05
Planters' Bank 18
Union Bank. 04
Traders' Bank par
Life s Uenerai in
surance Co..- 10
Bank of Camden. 25
Bank of Charleston. 21
Bank of Cheater. OS
Bank of Hamburg 10
Bank of the State of
South Carolina 12
Commercial B&nk 01
Exchange Bank- 07
Farmers' and Ex-
change Bank 01
Merchants' Bank. 05
Planters' Bank of II
FairUeld - 03
Gold ia- without decided change. The
following are the New York quotationt
of yesterday : Opepcd at 14CJ, was HGJ aa
10-J20,146i at noon, and closed at 14Cj at
3 r. M. Theratea hero aro 1451 buying
and 147 selling.
Government securities aro lower. The
following are the New York - quotations of
5-203 lstsorios- - JM
5-203 lii series- . , ,,&
5-203 Sd series - lll?4
5-20s cow issuo,. JW
Exchange on Now York was bought by.
the banks yesterday at par, and sold by
them at c premium.
There ia nothing doing in government
bonds, aa they have a downward tenden
cy. Dealera are not disposed to offer .near
than one cent under the New York rate.
Thero is no change in Corporation checkn
or in uncurrent money.
Tennessee bonds, new iaaue, were quoted
in New York yesterday at C3J.
The sales of Southern State bonda at the
New York Stock Exchango on Ihe 12th
inat.Tvero an follows:
827.000 Teuno;aeo 63, old, - -fit
U0.000 do betcal 61
60.000 . do now -IBM
10.000 do il call C4
5.000 do WJfc
5.000 Virginia Ca now 51
30,000 -North Carolina On, old 74 r
lmw.. RIOONI) BOARD,
$10.fO0 Tcnneseo 0s, old
35,000 do now
3,00o do ......
10,000 North Carolina 6?,old.-.
l.OOO do 73K
2,000 Missouri 63 - Vih,
Tho New York Herald says in its money
article of the 12th inst :
"Our imnorta' continue to nreiwnderato
largely over our exports, tho value of the
former at this port from the lpt of January
to the 1st of August having been 145,173,
531 in specie, freight and duty unpaid,
whi e that of the cxporta miring mo sarao
time, or rather up to tho 4th inat., was
oniV Suy.Uy.WO in currency, rur mo
, r nt?c T.' 1 1 .
week enuintron the liln inst. tuo export
exclusive of epecie, were valued at $3,209,-
312, while the imports for the week ending
on the 7th inat. amounted lo SO.040,093 in
specie. The fact that notwithstanding the
nersistent hammennc of tho market since
Wednesday last it failed to decline at any
time below 155 j;, has strengthened confi
dence in a rise from its present point, as
14C is regarded aa what Is technically
called "hardpan" for some time to come.
There was a good borrowing demand for
coin, but the iunply was abundant anu
loans were made "Hat" and at two and three
per cent, for carrying. The gross clearings
amounted to S83,269,000, the gold balances
to $2,387,159, and the currency balances to
S3,845,6S5. Tho amount of coin and bul
lion held by the Bank of France on the
30th of July was 49,042.200 sterling, the
largest aggregate yet held by- that inmilu
tion at any ono time. On the 29th ult. the
Bank of England held only 21,904,051 of
specie and bullion in both departments,
and it is noteworthy that nearly all the
eold latterly imported into England has
found its way immediately into the Bank
NASHVixtE, Saturday, August 15.
Cotton We heard of the sale of
bales yesterday at 23jc, and of the ahip
ment of 30 bales, but no receipts.
Wjieat Market dragging. Receipts
small, although good prices were offered.
There was a slight advance in somo speci
mens. "We heard of the Bale of only 1471
bushels, that being smaller receipts than
we have had for several weeks past. It waa
distributed in the following lota: 100 bush
els prime white, $2 12 ; 150 do amber,
$2 05; 100 do red, $1 902; 250 do,
$2 02$ ; 2fB do, $1 95 ; 100 do, $2 ; 75 do,
$1 95, also; 150 bushels mixed amber, red
and Mediterranean, at?l 83; CO do,$I 85,
and 45 do white and red, at $2.
Corn Dull and declining. We auui up
the transactions as 1785'buehel, in the fol
lowing lots: 1G35 bushels white, delivered
at depot, sacked, at SOc; 100 bushel of
white in bulk from wagon, (576Se.
Oats Sales from store sacked, 7,5c;
Rvk We quote at $1.
Hay Prime timothy $24025; com
mon $19 per ton.
Eicon Brisker. Slight advanoe yes
terday in sides. We qnole dear shies "at
1818Jc; shoulders 14lc; plain can
vassed hama I9lfJlc; sugar cured hams
IdLRD Advancing and firm. We quote
at2020c; in kegs 21J22c; in threo
and live pound caddica21j22cpcr lb.
Flout. Advancing. Common lo choice
superfine $78 50, extra $10ll Cream
ofCily$H, fancy $ll(!0l- per bid
$1112; Mountain Dew $12 GO.
BAittCT $1 50 per bushel
Coffee Easier?' Ilio
Lagnyra, 28c; Java; ZSQIOc
Molasshs Reboilfd New
SiROPa 651 10a per gallons
StJOAR Crushed and granulated 18c;
coffee sugars, A, Bi C, 17 , 16 16J ; New
Orleans, 1616Jc; Demarara, 1516c
Caxdles Star candles 17 jc per lb;
hard pressed tallow 55 50 per box.
Sat.t Firm, Five bushel barrels are
now qnoted al $3, nnd seven bushel at
$3 85 per bbl. per car load ; $-1 for single
LtVEnroot, August 15 3 r. jr. Cotton
busy but higher. Sales 20,000 bales; up
lands 101 ; Orleans 10d.
New ,Tork Market.
New York, August 15. Cotton firm :
sales 1200 bales; uplands 29J. Flour dull
and-1020c lowers Whisky C7.C7Jciu
bond. Wheat l2c lower. CornSl 12
New Torlt Brygootw Jinrlmt.
New York. Aunust 15. Standard
sheetings 1717ic; best prints 1314c;
mourning prints 121c; brown drills 12c
Now TorU Money Mnrkot.
New York. Ausrnst 15. Money more
active. Call loans 46c Sterling at 9
9J. Gold 14GJ147. Old Tennessee 65,
Cincinnati. Aucust 15. Flour 24 cenls
lower. Wheat easy at $22 40. Corn
9397c Oats 555Gc Tork $2S 75.
Lard IS?. Bulk meats 12i14c Bacon
shoulders 13?c; sides 10217ic. llama 21
22c Butter lc lower. Cheese 143c
Apples $24. Peaches $1 603.
St. LonU Market.
St. Louis, Aug. 15. Tobacco active.
Flour superfine $G 25G 75. Wheat
SI 851 95. Corn 9290c OaU 50
53c fork 529 7530 50. Bacon new
shoulders and clear sideB 17c; clair rib
sides lCJc Lard ISjc
LouiSYiLue; August 15. Tobacco sales
GO hhds; lugs to medium leaf $7
7 25 ; cuttings $IG 50 17. Flour super
fine S7. Wheat prime red $2 15; white
S2 31). Corn in bulk 90c. Oata;4548c
Mess pork $29. Lard IS? 19c liacoa
shoulders 14c; clear rib aides 17c;
clear Bides 17Jc Bulk meats shonldera
123c: clear sides 16 Jc Whisky raw, free,
SI 251 30. Cotton middlings 2S28Jc
BIYER AND iFEATIIER.
The river is falling, with three. feet
scant now on llarpeth Shoals. Freights
are very scarce and prices unremunerft-
tive. Weather delightful.
Nashville, Sims, from Cairo.
Ella llngbea, DSx, for Cairo.
The Nashville brought a amall lot of
rope, bagging and lead.
The Ella Hughes cleared with a few pas
sengers and some miscellaneous freight, in
eluding Bomo extra fine whiaky for Texas
At St. Louis boats have all they can do
with business improving in all djrcclionsi
The Ruth left for New Orleans loaded to
her guards, and the Bismarck had over
2000 lona. There is scarcely sufficient
tonnage for the Upper Mississippi river.
The Great Richmond is having her cabin
extended, to accomodate her immense
The proposed Congressional river excur
sion from Pittsburg to New Ocleaus, is
likely to be n large affair, and if proerly
conducted, will donbtle be of great ad
vantage to Bteamboatmen. Cincinnati ha
gone to work in earnest. Some half dozen
of the finest Bloomers on the Western
waters will compose the fleet.
The Louisville Courier of yesterday haB
the following :
The river continnoa to recede Mwdily at
this point, with four and a half feet in
the canal, and two and a half feet water in
the chulo last evening, a fall of six inches
Bince our last report. Considerable buai
ne3 was transacted in river circles yester
day. All of the boats that left had fair
trips. Weather cool ami pleasant.
THE UNDERSIGNED. IN CONSEQUENCE
A of tho pressure of tho times, hemic unable
to meet tho payments now dno upon her plaeo.
nmonntinc in all to about FUHeii llunilrrd
Dollar, and which must shortly bo niet in ax
dor to secure the nmountalroady paid, has de
termined, if possible, to sell
50 Feet Front by 100 Foot
Doep of tlio Properly,
Together with a MnrnlCeent
Hlx IlnmlriHl nuil FITly llollnr rinm.
Tho Fifty foet of ground I looatod on Division
street, between tho Franklin pike and tho Old
Hospital grounds, just south of the Chattanoo
railroad. As I find U Impossible to sell these
articles at the present time fur oash. without a
groat sacrifice. I have determined to mako them
A. CIIA.TVCK SALE.
and in order that a chaneo may bo within the
reach of every ono, have issued
Tickets at Two Dollars.
i.Vj.t ghnll Antitln llm holder to a ehoncs
in both tho fifty feet of ground and tho fino
d ilium of drawing will
be properly advertisod.so as to give eaoh ticket
holder an opportunity of being present, ny
farther information in regard W ttto matter can
bo obtained at )V. C Collier's Book-store. Union
.trt . R nnrmm'n ilmie Emporium. HI
m.. .Ai. .ir.ni nml UnmovilloVi Drue-store, cor
ner Church and Cherry streets, at either of
which places tickets can alio oesecureu. iuo
property, both ground and piano, can be seen
by calling atmr house on the l Division
tract. laugtlml Maa. Al. AtATHKWH.
WK IIAVK NOW ON HAND., AND WILL
eloso out at roiuarkably luw prise, a
splendid assortment of ' -
Two Sent L'lmeloiiH.
SHIiEJBING TOP BTJGGIES,
No 'A'op miRRlCHe
All or superior finish Mod orkraaDliip. All
parsons about purehurn n Tckiele. will do well
to givo us a oall and examine our wjrk. IxitU as
to quality and prlee.asw a are atifiel that we
can furnish a superior art iele at a price
AH LOW AH AVY HOIINE.
in this or any other seetiop of country. Par-
ticulnr altcnllwi pnhl tarepai "ng. um nuinw
made to look ai good as new. W a new pre.
HUNT .i- roWKtw, Uf't.
181 k(tl N- AtrktMt.
LEBANON LAW SCHOOL,
rplIB NEXT TERM Of ' THE LAW SCHOOL
i- will luu'in thn
Vlrt Honday In Hpptcmlter Wc-Ct.
Thero wero cventy-ooo studonU during, tho
year jtut closed. Atrtnytnoro are exieeieu tner
isiio wing year.
nnBUo &rrt - - - - r r i u . .n.
IngMt fee, S. Send til the uuilersHtped for
aaulotrnes. showing tho oonrM or tmoatuiin.
Faeulty. et. H ATIIAN OTTHBN.
ti ... .
Engine nn?2 IS&IIer.
f AORSAI.ir. A MltST-UATKKitOINK AND
V liailer in good order. Uaar tv SMOhirtd
priea learned, br eatling at this olSA7.
Life iMisraiicc oinpaiiy,
No. lii Maxioell House.
JOHN M. BASS
J. W. HOYTK
Dr. f. A. ATci7isON "CoMult'ir 1'hyrfaRin.
De. S. H. STUUX... . uonerai-nseu-
A Southern Homo Inslltntiouv .
arluues all kind of Life and Endowment
Policies on most favorable torms. mayZitt
Blooil Horse Association.
FALL MEETING 1S68.
flillBANMJAT, ball MEETING OVER
L tho Nashvillo Courso will eouiiuouoo
OS TUKSD.VY, OITOKER SO.
And eentinuo five day, with the following pr
First Day Tncsilnjr, October 30.
FIRST RACE YoHJta Aukhisa STici-tbr
two year olds, duh of a mile. 'ubstfrlptim S;
play or pay. Association to add $8.- Ffve r
SECOND RACE CtlUBEKLi.NirSr.iEE No. 1
For three yoar olds. Ulleiheats. Sahserlptlen
iV) ; play or pay. Association to add fW.
Threo or mora to till.
THIRD RACE AsaoofATWX Thw StSU
Dash ft a mile and a quarter
Second Dnjr WoilnoswlnjV Octolor pi.
FIRST HAOK-CouuBBOllL Post'-Stak
Foe all azes. Two mil beats, ttabserlotioa
SJ0: play or pay. Association to add SlOOft.
Five or more to fill- Entrance money go to jo
SECOND RACE Qbxbm Sriri For threo
year oldi that havn not run in pablio prior to
mis meeting. Alila neau. Subscription ;
play orpay. Tho Association to ad'dlSO. Turin
or more to GU.
Third Dny Tliuradur, OctoSrr ai'
FIRST RACE-Ahiupiitihv Vnni S!W
SECOND RACE Aaaocivrio Phrsb K(-
Dash of two mi led.
Four tli Dny Vrldiiy, Oclobpr as
FIRST RACE Cuubsblavd Staxx No 2
For threo year olds. Two inilo heats. Subscrip tion
SW: ulay or u.iv- AsMolation to add tird.
Three or mora to till.
SECOND RACE AasoorATio Puimi: Stti-
For all ages. For all horses that havo not wen
previous to tho fall meeting of 1583. MTIo.mmI
rirth l)r3' Sstnntny, Ortober'24.
FIRST RACK AS808IATION- Pbrsr S10
Mile and a quarter dash. i
SECOND RACE Associatiox Purbb $fid-
llile heats, three in fivo.
THIRD RACE AssocuTtOjf HaxdWIf
Pursk SlXW-Jlilo heaU. for all horses that
havo not won dnring tho meotinsr; tho sees a J
norso to nave yi out oi tne purse. Auo uersiM
to be handicapped tho day precedta? thq rate.
All entries roust bo mado and welgntd asqepted
aa announced by tho I'rcsiUent of tho, Awoefn
tion. Tho above strikes to name and oloso August
Half tlio money offered In purse; will be given
for a walk over. Entraneo to panes in all eos
Subscriptions to bs made, and all oemmunl
cations addressed to
UKO. S. KlNNKY, Searetary,
No. 1 Notth Collego Street.
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CoruiT Colli'go and Churcli Streets,
1 HST ItKCHIVKD FKMII RfJM THll.M-
1 porters, ' tr
im nasaeta a.nohor urako t;namiKiH t
niCaseitHaint Manoaux do. -ah
4lA l'ipo PaleWierry U"H.(0Hnlilk)
3) Casks Crown Sherry Win.
Pipe Rurgiindy Port Wine, ,f rf
Pipee Old Port Wine. u
: Pipes Tablo Madeira Wine, ifxjmiin
lrj) itoxsa Claret Wnu,
fft ltoxes Stll Cnlaif la Wiho.
10 Case Vermouth iIh ,dt
ID do Curiso do .' . ,,
111 to MarWilno da , . .
10 du Alisinthe, da
40 Uaikets Anntsette.
KM Cask J. Faurl's Cognaa. (1S05,J
a di Ueaault ltrandy. ISS.tJ .
:t do United Vineyard Prrfet4KS
3IAX.T LIQUORS. y,
2T Casks Younger Ale. , J Llt
10 Casks Uninness' Porter. AU . "JS
1(0 Daskels Uoker's Oelebrateit Oaktll nHW
.inu.oun Vlgnm, ImpotMd Add UfW
(KlneJt brAOiJi.)' , . wn
4ld veruinoiil Java 0itrn,
Fluti Jru Tra, , , . -
All KlDitn of t'nuuwt rnj .
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llcklr, Nyrnps, ami rtHnerM'''
ion liwrv i f "l
300 lUtrrrl t'nro. t'l,lMVrr.n,."!,-UI'm'ii
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ROBERTSON 00 UNTJ WHISKY
Made an the old plan, pruir tactile t(Hitt,
tbo DHtllleriei In tho Flttb (jlleetlon I'taT
Aud 1IMI llarrrln Old Uetiulitq. ,
BOUJtliOtf U'triSKV, in bntnh
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A Iho, on t of Itoml, it lasiin Hupply V
Uie dltTnrOnt ItrniulM r, all tiiv rrrll
Urrn of WMnhy tu tlitrtiMM ai
OnvldMou ronutlrM. i . :
Suporior Old A,Dplo .anOfiftfif,
II U.IND-IlE.H.: ; i... .
' !' fit I
Always la ifere. an oiiiSH iiAtt&il&W
'i .11. 1 ' m
Foittiuft a.si i)u!kt$iio "ityittiQb
i . . PANOY C1UOUKK1K.H. r. rt
'ti. IS. AU txtSMt guraald as wmm4
IVAJV'JEW VOlt 'Villi AitSii'iV
Suitable for thu Cavalry SerTHio-
TARTIH8 OWNING ANI DRSIKlTia-'ro
I, sett such horses, aro requested oiKMt
lhn ftr iMpMlUn .to tho 'indwQjjlat Ah
Mr...L'. Nashille.Tesa.. irAwwlfalW..
Ilorsewlll b mwuku iiirT"wi
two or more, as they war b tnfttH,0HMta.
A. Q. MiOen. U.S. Army, tiVti'M. Defrtuxta
Lt. ii U? aadIAV. M
angft Aeod 1st