Document 11383

F.
C. DUNXIXGTOX
CO.,
fc
Voluntary communicalics, containing inlcrost-n- g
or important news, sditited from any quarter.
News letters from tie virions counties of the
State especially desired.
All communications should bo addressed to tho
" Editors of tho Vswx and American."
Pinion and SUimcan.
wi:iixi:siay. jt'Xi:
VOLUME XXXIII.
i:it'( ATio. oi'tiii: m::ko.
31i'asiirH
Ux
Cilizens
imic.
ii' Ox
Tliat the time has arrived when some
iiicftsurcs should be adopted by the Southern
i'kxians.
tiii:
people themselves lo provide the was and
TlK-l- r
liir'i-l- l 1 Iliilliilo.
means of educating the freeumcn, is a con
which we have been led by the
chldiou
The following document-- ! were iwuwl by followingto
coniuerations :
:
Buffalo
on
Tliurwlay
leaders
at
tlie Fenian
1. This people are now thrown upon their
moOLAMATION UY 0I2f. IIUIIN3.
own resources in a state of freedom, for
To the officer,
18CC
which they are to a certain extent unprc- Uuffaix), June
find mldkrt of Ike IrnJi amy in liujfalo
pareu.
received
"BitOTiinns: Orders having
2. They consider iif, their former owners.
from IVutiileiit KoiiniTS reiiiitiii;; yon to to be now as we have always been, their nat
retuni to your homos, it become my duty ural cuardians, and their best friends. .
to promulgate paid order in this Depart3. It is our interest, an well as our dutv.
ment. Having been but a day or two among to diffuse the blessings of education as wide
von, and witnessed with pride your manly ly as possible among nil classes, of people in
Itearinp and soldierly conduct in refraining our country.
4. If it ever was good lioliey to keen them
from all acwof lawlawnew on tlic citizens
of tliin citv. it crievm me to rnrt with von ignorant, it certainly is no longer so, but the
m mooii.
1 liad ho)cd to load you against very reverse,
o. The rigiit of suffrage will, in all tiro
the oomraon enemy of human freedom, anil
would have done co had not the extreme liability, be given to this people at some fu
vigilance of the Government of the United ture dav.
0. Ignorant voters arc the curse of our
Males rustrateu our limim. Jt ra the
United Siitt, and not England, that
country.
le-turn
our onward march to freedom.
. If we do not leach them Mime one else
to your home for the present, with the will, and whoever thin benefits them will
conviction that thin iiiijuHliment will koou win an influence over them which will con
he removed by the representatives of the trol their votes.
notion, lie firm in your determination to
. li we penorm this service then we
renew the context when duty callo you forth. shall secure their identification with us in
Let your prcocnt disappointment only promoting all our interests.
prompt you to renewed energy in the future.
So much for policy and interest the least
Ho patient, bide your time, organize your eleavatcd form of the argument.
Let ns
trength, and an liberty is your watchword, look at the subject in its moral bearings.
it will finally be your reward. In leaving
1. The Church is the UglU of the world;
this cily where you have bountifully shared it is therefore hound to illuminate the sur
the hospitality of its citizenH, I beg of yon rounding region. There is no special in
to maintain the name decorum that has char- junction to enlighten the white race onlv.
acterized yiHir action while here. In
Kill we are to
preach the gospel to every
thin order
cannot refrain from
creature." "Search the Scripture" is the
thnnkx to tien. IIakky for his command not addressed to our race only, but
intrkctl cxMirtexy while in the discharge of to mankind, dod "commanuetli all men
his duty a an oflieer and a gentleman.
everywhere to repent." Wc are unquestionM.W. Hl'iuw,
ably responsible to God for our influence
Brig. (Jen. (omd'g Irinh Army at litiflalu. and ability to do good. "The poor ye have
caki) riKJM 8i:xATons KrronitAi.n ank always with you" is the declaration of our
M'AXI,AX.
havior, anil by Ins providential arrangewc arc constantly reminded that we
lvrvM, .lune 11. On behalf of the ment
Irfeli army which has rendezvoused in this live not for ourselves alone; the coloroed
city for the mxt few days, the undersigned race are now emphatically "the poor among
beg to return their moxt profound gratitude the people."
2. But do wc not owe it to them as a debt
to tln citizoiiK of Huflalo.
Coming among you as Grangers, and stig- of gratitude? Wc remember how they, for
matised liy thre in British interests, the our salccs, endured heat and cold, wet and
dry, summer and winter, cultivating our
eonrtoriy and nid'you have so generously extended, is xhurefnro the more appreciated, fields, minihtering to our comforts, promoand is characteristic of that indomitable ting our wealth, improving the country, and
love of lilierty which is a prominent feature actually advancing civilization, hy their
in the American people. Those who have physical labor; attending upon us at all
llni shared your hospitality, aro now com-Kll- stages of our lives, nursing our children,
to return to their homes without ac- waiting upon the sick, gomi: with us to the
complishing the object tlcarest to their burial of our dead, and mingling their tears
lieaita, and for which they were ready to of- with ours in the open grave. Can it be that
all this is forgotten? And is it not a small
fer up their lives.
That the present effort has failed is simp- return for all this that we are asked to
ly owing not to the British bayonet, hut to make, when it is proposed that we shall
measure give them that modicum of instruction
the extreme
winch will enable them to read, or at leant
adapted by (iovernment officials in maintaining a neutrality which has long since to know the way of life eternal ? It is un
ham ignored by England, and which the der the pressure of these and similar consid
American tieople are under no obligations erations that a few of the citizens of Oxford
lo in anv way enforce its stipulation. As have been moved to take the initiative in
the isMie is freedom against despotism, wc this enterprise.
We propose the establishment of a Sabhone ere long, with the aid of true men in
Congrans, to be in a position to wipe off bath school for thn oral instruction of the
ovory vostigo of British rule and interest, not colored people, as well as to leach them to
only in Ireland, but on this continent. In read. Wc have organized this school with
conclusion, it allnrds us pleasure that the more than 100 pupils, and twelve teachers.
conduct of the men has been such as not to Regular preaching also is provided for them
fliagrat'O llip cause and to merit your general by the resident ministers of the different
churches of Oxford. Wc desire to enlist in
approval.
Very respectfully,
this work all our
as there is
J. W. FlTZOIMtAl.I).
room enough for all, and work enoujh for
MiniAiu. Scanlax.
all. In such a work as this, no doubt, the
TUB VJ2JIANH JO!NO HOMr
conviction of duty, and the command of
The Bulliilo Erprett. of Saturday says :
God, should be sufficient motives to actuate
"About 2,000 Fenians have now accepted us. But while we would not plead for the
Haiiky
(Jen.
from
the Government of trans- authority of great names as a sanction to our
portation to their homes. 1,00(1 departed course, or an inducement to others, at the
by railway night lie fore last, and during yes- same time, we rejoice to find, that in many
terday and last evening it is supposed that parts of the South, the prominent citizens
about 100 more took their final leave. and official dignitaries are actively moving
Thus it will be seen, transportation has in this matter. In South Carolina, Gov.
been furnished to about 2,900, all told ; Onn and the first citizens of Charleston,
while it is believed that oOO or thereabouts are urging the cstablisment of the comhave since the Fenian raid, returned to mon school system for the freedmcn. In
their homo at their own expense.
Alabama,
Mooiik and
It is beliuved by those having the best
Cujiky are engaging in the movement,
pjMirtniiititM for an accurate knowledge upand elsewhere in Mississippi, this field of
on the wibjoct, that not not more than about labor is occupied by some of the most disoiitMclc
2,G00
Fenians from
the city have tinguished of our citizens. All this shows
beau in Bulliilo since the movement
that the influence is at work which is to put
With few. if any exceptions, all into general operation an effective system of
have departed again, and we are no longer instruction for this people, in sacred and in
in tho midst of a l'e'iian camp. Peace secular knowledge.
Let us, therefore, enreign once more ; the "green" has pretty gage in the work in earnest, according as
nearly disHpjieared from our idreoU. The God shall open the way lor us, and as you
Fenian campaign of June, IStMi, is a thing consider your duty in connection with the
f history, and the red coated wairiorn of work, we ask you to decide upon that course
Fori Erie may repoc untroubled with that you will probably approve when the
dread visions, or retire from the scene of light of a coming eternity shall be shed upon
their glory.
the subject.
N. AVadiiku,
T. E. B. Pixnw,
Tin: iuoiom:i ri:
toxri:iti:xci:. J.
S. G. Bukni:y,
Wm. I)i:lay,
The. following is the textof the note trans- A. 1. QrixciiK,
J. W. McPnnnsox.
Oxroni), Miss., June 12, 18CG.
mitted by the French Ambassador at Frankfort to IUronJKiti:iiU'K,the Austrian Minister,
in his character as President of the ( icrmaii-i- c
AltUKST OK MAJOIt HlIXKY
LEK KOll
Diet, and i, of eour'w, mutari mutandis, Cnuiniixa
for Jeit. Davis He is Rethe text of all the invitations to ihr Conferleased ok Pakole. On Monday evening
ence :
Captain Henry Lee, brother of General
The undersigned, Envoy Extraordinary
FiTZHCGit Lei:, being here on business, got
Majesty,
His
Plenipotentiary
of
Minister
and
in a difficulty with the negro ostler at the
inFrcncli,
has been
the Emperor of the
stable where his horse wxs quartered, which
structed by his Government to lay before the came near resulting in a fight between
High Assembly the following communicawhites and blacks, and which irritated him
tion. The difference which lias arisen bcr to such an extent, that on a guard coming
tween Autria and Prussia in connection with up to arrest him, he denounced the Yankees
theSohlesswig-IIolsteinquostio- n
has becomea
generally, and hurrahed for Jefp Davis.
Public Major N'iroiiEMCP, the commandant of the
subject of gnat anxiety to Europe.
opinion is alarmed by the possibility of a war post, and the Mayor, both happened to be
in which so many various intcrcMs would be present, when the former ordered his Honor
engaged. France.li real Britain, and Uuia premptorily to have him arrested, which he
IIhmum'Ivos could not without uneasiness condeclined to do, on the ground that he was
template the possibility of an armed contest not subject to military orders, and did not
which would array against each other Stated intend to obey any. Major
toward which they entertained cipial friendthereupon had Captain I.KE arrested upon
ship. Tin' highest consideration incited the charge of inciting a riot.and telegraphed
theni to Feck Mime moans of staving oll'that the fact to General Tr.nuY, who approved
danger. The three Powers have
his conduct.
among thenisclves, having the same
night Judge Moxccke, of the Court
idea of peace and conciliation, and afterhav-in- g of Appeals, now at his home in Staflbrd,
intercliRiigetl their rwH.vtivc views, have was applied to for writ of liabctw
a
corjius, but
formed an agreement to invite to a common
he could not grant it, because judges of his
which
dolilKTHtion the Governments
are or court have no iurisdiction in such cases in
which may lie implicated in the dispute
vacation, nor have single judges even duthat is to nay, Austria, Prussia, Italy and the ring the session of the court.
Germanic Confederation. The object of these
There being no circuit judge within condeliberations is one that must impress all venient distance, the writ has not yet been
winds.
obtained.
His
Captain Sidney
tit is in the imrrost of peace, to resolve hy Smith Lei:, of thefather,
Confederate navy, and
Duchdiplomatic means the pictiou of the
his brother Gen. FiTZiU'dii Lee, both of
ies, that of the Italian difference, and, finalwhom reside in Stafford, have been sent for,
ly, that of then forms to Ik? introduced into and are expected
hero
llio Federal )ci, so far as they affect the
We should not neglect to state that, on
European Imlanee of jmwer. If the most the Mavor refusing to arrest Major Lki
consents to Mnior S'iroiiEMrs threatened to arrest him.
MroHC (Jernianie Confederation
yield to this piel. as the tlinv neutral This the Mayor defiantly dared him to do.
ooMrts witeltnin a hope that it will, its
The affair has excited considerable interest,
can in Paris join tlioe of France, not only on account of the family connecUreal Britain and Utiun. As to the date of tion of' the jmrty arrested, but because his
the meeting, it is desirable that it should be friends here knww that, when not excited,
as early as jKusible. The apirchensi0ns crehe is incapable of a breach of decorum,
ated bv thopreeiil crisis cannot be too soon much less a serious breach of the peace.
Uitpclicd, and a pledge of security afforded
('apt. Lee was Division Inspector Gen16 KuroiK.
The negotlaiions will present eral of cavalry,
in the army of Northern Virgreater inwpK'U of success if thev be not ginia. He is confined at the military camp
dispelled by the clash of arms ami hy the of Poplar Spring, near Mary's Hights.
MiceptiUilities of pointn of military honor. Tho military, we understand, take the
Tle Governineiit of the Emperor relios that ground that 'lie has violated his parole.
in absenting to the proposition of the three FrttlcrirlAnrif Gw. JOckmoml DLyMtcfi.
Courts the l'owers which at this moment are
Major Lek has been released on parole
engaged in making preparations for war will
to suspend those by order of (Jen. Terky, to hold himself
show theiclvc disjtoi-ojireparatiwis, even although they should hes- subject to the call of the military.
itate to restore their forces to a Hce fiKiting.
The Government of tho Emjieror awaits
with earnest wlicitude the determination of
in i. vi, or our.NUs. a it.xias
The under-ntffiiethe Germanic Confederation.
The Missouri Dtmeerat gives the proceedhas the honor to request his Excelings
in a Fenian trial, in which one of the
lency the Bauon hk KsiaiHTic, MiniMer of
Anslriu and Pnident of the Germanic Diet, witnesses dopofed as follows :
to transmit to that high assembly the invi(. Doou know O'Jenks?
tation of the three neutral Powers, and to
A. O who?
high
of
assurance
his
very
reodlvo.thc
Q. O'J exks, the prisoner.
A. Oh, Junks; yes, 1 am slightually acMay 2S, 1S0G.
quainted with him."
(J. How long ?
A correspondMi Aroi'STA J. Evans.
A. About five ten at breakfast, but fully
six feet about lunch time.
ent of tho Maeon TAyfA wys:
' We spent a few hours very delightfully,
(. I mean for what period of time have
a few davs since, at the home of this gifted vou known him ?
A. Since the year of the Conwntion. I
Sonthern author. She lives about four
mile from Mobile, in a modest unpretending cut his acquaintance after he took the the
twttage; yet evidence of taste and refmc-iiiw- it test oath.
(J. Did you hoar him make a speech at
are everywhere visible. We were
agreeably disappointed in her appearances Cahokia on Tuesday night? ifso, relate,
and manners. We, somehow or other, had verbatim, ct literatum, et punctuatum, et
spellatum, precisely what lie said, and imiimagined her a htaid, didatic kind of porsc-- n
one who could write octavos and talk fo- tate his manner, actions and gestures.
A. He fitt sat on a cotton wood stump,
lios a nort of walking enclyopcdia, or book
chin
of reference. On the contrary, hc in easy with his elbows on his knees and his Gazand cordial in her maimers, with mirth resting upou the palms of his hands.
loving disposition, and entirely devoid of ing into the crystal depths of the Missisiiedautry or indentation. Wc ere told hy a sippi, he said : liomans, countrymen, and
leading publisher that "Benlah" had finny ones : if to love the blue eves of Erin's
reached the thirtieth edition Hiifficiotit evi- fair daughters if to have a weakness for
Irish whisky; if to hate being gored
dence of her popularity a a writer. She strong
ntlH pursues her studies" jsyMcraatically, and by a ball named Joiuj : if to have been
tfli unwearied assidutv" She is now en- - with SiinnsiAN to sec the contrabands ; I
will Tie ready say, if thus be treason, I am n traitor,and
accl on a new novel, which
the Executive Attorney can put that in his
or publication in uic iaw.
i,
NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 20,
pipe and smoke it. lie then drew from his
vest jiocuei a round quart boltle, and
poured the contents into a hole ?
Q. What sort of a hole?
A. I think it was a rat hole, for it could
not be filled.
Q. Did you hear him use this expression,
1 intend to walk into Canada," or any
thing like it?
A. Yes; he said there was a fellow
named Kennedy who had tied a tin pan to
the tail of his"
and the first
chance he got, he would " walk into Ken
nedy like a thousand of bricks."
black-and-ta-
HARDWARE.
DRY GOODS.
WH
im-ed-
1
el
Auction and Government
Iit
Pitcher?, Spit
Also, Plate?, Diahcs, Tca-pot- ..
Jiea-pan- s,
toon?, Lliiitnbcr?,
.iuirs. foot ana
Stomach Warmers, Foot Tub?, Tin Plates, Pans,
Collee-pot-
Measures,
s,
Lanterns, etc.
Wash-pan-
l'rankfort-oii-the-Main-
e,
No. 18
PURCHASE
SECOND
SPRING-
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
-
AND
SUMMER
LARD.
PIG WON.
Bonnets. Flowers. Etc.
NASIIVIIXE, TENNESSEE.
T
Executed.
NOW RECEIVIXQ
fEa ARE
large una compieiu
AND opening
biock oi
Consisting in
OF DISEASES. IS
CROWNINU HI.M WITH SUUC1SS.S I.
AS
IT IS IN
OTHER STATES.
NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE.
IN THE TREATMENT
DR. McGILL'S
part of
BECOME SO EXTENSIVE
PRACTICE HAS
been compelled to engage the ser-
PRODUCE,
Carpenter' and Blacksmiths'
anting
27
AND
vices of an experienced Physician to aid him in
in preparing medicines for his patients in distant
Tools,
Farmers', and Shoemakers' Tools,
Mrrclinuttt.
25
'
.
Horse and Mule Shoes, Nails,
SOUTH MARKET STREET.
xasiivim.i:, tex.v.,
Files, Saws, Axes, Plows
And Accnts for the genuine "Walter A. Wood's"
Combined and Single
REAPER.
SELF-BAKIN- G
Combined
CHRONIC CASES
Squares, Spoons, Steel Whips.
PISTOLS
All
cess. Those married ladies who have been so un
fortunate as to miscarry, or prove abortive, can
Cutlery, Brushes, Scythes and Cradles,
ham) n vitr.it am) rur.i:
iftcv,Riddlc?,Shovcl?, and Spades,
MACHINE,
GUNS,
Said to be unsurpascd ns a Reaper and Mower.
Also, for the "CAYUGA CHIEF," constructed
wholly 5f Iron and Steel, with double Driving
Wheels, Hinged Finger Bar, mid Folding Cutting
Apparatus, and is also highly commended. Also
or the
STERILITY,
OF AEI. HINDS.
may2
2m
Which we will sell on the most liberal terms,
Give us a call anil sco for yourselves.
At
3m
mar21
E. A. ALLISON.
RECEIVING,
BUCKEYE
W. O'BANNON, Clarksvillc. Tennessee.
BASC0E. MOORE & CO., Gallatin.
JAMES ANDREWS & CO., Columbia.
JNO. D, FLANTT .t CO.. Pulaski.
LITTLE .t FRIERSON. Slieibyvillc.
GILLESPIE. W ATKINS .t CO.. Chattanooga.
PENDERGRASS .t CO.. Cleveland.
W. W. WOODRUFF. Knoxvillc.
Tho above named parties aro the only author- tod Agents for Hies lie of tho "Buckeye" in Mid
dle and East Tennessee.
We can furnish, on application, tho names ol
farmers in nearly every count)- - who heretofore
ticd this Machine, and all who desire to li.ivo the
G
and most rcliablo
BEST
MOWER aro invited to call on us or our Agents.
HAMILTON .t CUNNINGHAM.
No. IS Collcgo struct, Nashville,
if
I.MV NOTICE.
COLYAR,
Of Winchester, Teim.,
AN OFFICE IN NASHVILLE,
HAS OPENED
Cherry street, Coloiinmlo Jliillitliig,
Boom 2ii. whero he will contantly bo found, unless abcnt at sonpc Court. He ha associated with
him Colonel A. S. Marks at Winchester, Mr. Jas.
W. Ncwmxn atFnyottcvillo.Mr.JamcsFitipat-ricat McMinnville. and Mr. Stone at Manchester.
Mr. Colyar expects to attend the Courts at these
place, and will at h'u office, receive and transmit
Claim: for collection, giving assuranc that thej
will be promptly attended to, and he will faithfully attend to such business as may be intruftei-tjanl-6him in Nashville.
V
J. F. DAVIS,
WHOLESALE DEALER IN
Pain Is, Oils,
Mne and Jlacc Streets,
iy. 31.
NOS.
& CO.,
NASHVILLE.
IIAKmV.VKE, CUTLERY, Ac.
AGENTS FOR
HAVE THE LARGEST AND MOST
WTF
1 V commodious Warehouse in the city, and arc
now prepared to
BUY, SELL OR STORE
GRAIN
GROCERIES. AND MERCHANDISE
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
Consignments solicited from all sections of the
country .upon which LIBERAL ADVANCES will
bo made.
Prompt and strict attention given to all bus
niar24-3i- n
ncss entrus
to us.
and Sexaal Vireutet, clearly delineating alldit-eatr- d
condition, with full Symptom Lists, fur two
three-cepostage stamps to prepay postage.
Circular for Ladies, rclatim: to Diteatetof Vulcrtv,
Menttruntion and Pregnancy, 3c.
an23 lim
W. MILLS.
Directors of State Penitentiary. Tcnn.
may2-l- m
1MV5.
Nashville. May 24.
and
Lever Power and
Sulky Cotton and Corn
vator.
Public Square.
4
Insolvent Notice.
SUGGESTION
CO.
HAVING BEEN
made to the Clerk of the County Court of
HicVutan county, Tennessee, that the estate of
Edward D. Easlty. deceaseJ. it Insolvent. Notica
is hereby fiven for all persons baying claims
against said deceas wl to filo tho same, legally authenticated. y0x Mi.t Clerk, on or before the 20th
day of Oetooernext. in order that a division pro
May 21st.
rata may b had, etc This
P. M. HORNBEAK,
Administrator of h. V. Easlcy. deceased.
la.
HA
WINS.
J.
F. O'SHAUGHESSYSCO,
FORWARDING
AND
COMMISSION
MERCHANTS,
Culti-
SUGAR MILLS. AND EVAPORATORS.
FARM MILLS, AC.
H. WARNER
J. Jf.
SUACCHSESSY.
-
2.
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2 s
a
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Co.
fc
Late of Memphis.
C. W. UiCKig,
LATE METER
otton
WAREHOUSE:
&
UACEAt,
Memphis.
& CO.,
Factors,
Tobacco
Opposite N. andC. R.R. Depot,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
EXTENSIVE. WAREHOUSE IS
track: which enables
with
ilo
cars, rapidly, and gives us
ns to load and unload
promptly
forwarjlingfreigliU
for
unu.ual facilities
dirpcnsing with cost of extra
at the same time receive
storage.
on
drayage. We will
No. 03 Cnrondclct Strcef,
OUR
feMl-S- m
New Orlcnnx.
COTTOX SEED.
V
V
V TTAVE VfVKr TV CTOni! Tfc-SAND bushels of Cotton Koed.
Planters to trite w a call before
lanlT- -tf
We ask
Sugars, of nil kinds, Coflccs, of all kinds,
, L i. I i ,
-- 11W, h.b'..
VilUUlK, .
IIICVII HUU iltU.
Oysters, Jcveral brands. Sordines, English and
American boda. Fox s Starch, Indigo. Copperas,
Madder.
LIQUORS.
Otard Brandy, Henncssy Brandy, American
Brnndv. Port inc. Sherry Wine. Madeira Wine.
Clarets, Champagne Wines. Old hiskies. Brandy
reaches, reach and Apple iirandy, Holland and
American uin.
CIGARS. ETC.
Carolina 1st, 2d, and 2d. Peru and other brands.
Chewing
smoking and
looaccos, rickloi, Knglish
and American. Sauces. English and American,
Mustard and Spices, Crackers, Candies. Molasses,
Syrups, Nails, Glassware, and many other articles
too numerous to mention.
ROBERT THOMPSON.
may20-321 South Market Street.
EYIN
& PENDLETON,
WHOLESALE.
marlS 3m.
MYERS
HUNT,
&
Carriage
$200,000,
South Side,)
- - TENNESSEE,
NASHVILLE.
WOULD INFORM THE OLD FRIENDS OF
hwin. l'cndlcton .t Co. and the Dublio gen
erally, that they ewntinuo the wholesale Drug
business, in its various branches, at their present
stand, and would respectfully solicit a continuanco
of past favors.
Beeswax, Uinscng and Feathers at tho highest
may27 3md.Vw
market rates.
RKOTItEKS
UEMIXGRAY,
.L CO.,
MANUFACTURERS OF
mar2S
100,000 Shares of $20 Each.
MARKET
72 NORTH
ST.,
STREET. .
EAST SECOND
20
wGm
Cincinnati, Ohio.
WM. B. FEARCE,
W. B. TULLE,
First Payment $10 per Share.
N. W.SJIITII.CommisMon Merchant, Louisville,
Kentucky,
This Company owns tho famous
WELL,
On Spring Creek, Overton county, Tennessee, now
producing nil in quantities variously
estimated at from
maylO
-
ItarouchcH,
rplIE
I
TO RENT
PROFFERS
UNDERSIGNED
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J1I.I.CII lllliXI, l'LALI.,
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CINCINNATI. OHIO.
FUIIX-TUII-
"Cut
.t
nil tlii
ZCtitesit
Style.
Which we have on hand and are con
stantly manufacturing,
BEST MATERIAL
WORKMANSHIP.
dministrator
A Jno. 11. Beech.
RECEIVED AN ENTIRELY HEW
and williteeD eonstantlv mi hand n
of Custom made Philoilelphia and
Eastern work, which will be sold at the
5-
Lowest market Prices.
1v"ill fill
tlons or Uoods.
orders. for Customers for all descrliiHi-.rVr t'llAUUti.
-
m
R. M. BISHOP,
E. H. EI3II0P,
TT.T. BISHOP,
BISHOP & CO.,
15. 31.
B.
F.C.Smith.
No.
v..
The county of Sumner. Tennewee.and
the Lou'lle and Nashville R.R. Co.
Same.
bik-- S
3m
fc
HUNT.
shares Bridge- Stock.
NALK.-.- 00
-
1(M) feet on Market street, op
ITMiR SALE.
Isaac Paul's, Km
U SALl,-7- .-wresof Land, on Tennes
70see
River, in Perry eounty, every foot of su
pcrior quality,
SALE.-- In
a large
JCheapNashville,
Lots.
North. Southland West
number of desirable and
SALI.-I5O.0- llO
acres of Mountain
ITMHt
Coal. Oil and Texas Lands, as well as
a large rtuantity of ether property not mentioned.
I
neo hh.
Johnson & Smith,
Anderson,
rt.
Same
IHIE
JL
J
t0. iv.
COUPON-HOLDER-
S
XCE5.
E HAVE FOR SALE TO ARRIVE ANY
,
amount cl
PURE
LAKE
ICE.
Parties in adjuining towns, withing to lay In
Will do well to give us a call.
LIKE
KIVGSTOIV ICE CO.,
No. f. North Colle sr street.
f.
PJlGS & MEDICINES.
w. J. & H7W. smm,
and rrescrlpltontstit,
MSH
& CO.,
St,,
rusTii.i.r.its
OF eOLOONE,
NI'IKITN.
ALCOHOLS,
AID DOMESTIC
LIQUORS
DEALERS IX
It O It
K
WINES.
AND
It T K O X
0E5rISE
C O V X T Y,
nouituo.v, iiye, axo .noxoxoAri-- i
WHISKIES.
Proprietors of the celebrated brand of Orange
Valley Whisky,
may IS
19.1 19.
dly
S.J.EEITII
B. T. HEV1.1S.
K. EIREPATXICE
Kirkpatrick, Nevins & Keith,
No. 19,10.
(sCCCMflOILg TO HEKPiTEICE
NASHVILLE,
TEXX,
INFORM THE PUBLIC
EKSPKCTl'ULLY they
have junt replenished
their sture with a earetully sclented ami large
stock of
PURE DRU0S.
MEDICINES.
CI1HMI0AI.S.
ESSENTIAL OIU'J.
MEDICINAL LIQUORS, of all kinds.
All the popular PATBNT MEDICINES.
WHITE LEAD.
WINDOW (1LASB.
PUTTY.
L INS BED OIL.
SPIRITS TURPENTINE and DYE STUFF
Ourstoelcof
ARTICLE!
AXCJY
We are agents for
Dr. Swayne's celebrated Preparations
Including the Lnnden Hair Restorer.
We invito the eeuntry trails ts make us a visit,
and examine eur MV, beArn rHirehatiiig
TO I'JITSICIAMK.
It
is oor aim ta spare no pains or expense In
supplying everything ptrtainlng tn our
PRESCRIPTION DHPARTMENT.
Medisises will be eatunded and dispensed at
all hours of the day of alglit. by careful and reliable Frererlptluaists.
"ir The eititens it Wert Nashville will find our
store very Winvenlent, and particularly so at
nigbt.as the bll U always answered promptly.
Olvn us a call and we guarantee iuttsfoetiou.
marl 1 lo
BANK OF COilMEROE,
0. F. NOELL. President.
Q. II. WB6SEL. Cashier.
k CO.
OOITOK & TOBACCO IACT0ES,
.
.f?'
Cerner Cbureh and Vine streets.
S. V. KUBPltT.
CINCINNATI,
riMIIS BANK IS OPENED AT
XO. 51 COIXEGE STREET,
OF THE SUMNER
Gensral
Ccmmission Merchant.,
L
r
1
and is prepared ta received deposits and make
collections on all the eitiM. Buy and sell
HOLD,
41 VXIOX STREET
It. F.
NEVIA'S.
23 SOUTH COLLEGE ST.,
NASHVILLE,
anlt-t- t
V. J.
JLBIJSGTOV.
?ILVER.
U. S. BONDS, and
UNCURllHNT NOTES.
Bank ot
Notes redeeeed in Greenbacks.
Otflce hours from t x. it. to S r. it.
maySt
o
Abw. Exchange en. all points.
NEW ORLEANS.
r.
S. AURA.
Com-tser-
II.
T. W. RABTtKT.
Wi UrvwlitHy.
se
t
tCKTT.
Si A'ut i'uaitk.
Eurtlcy
TENNESSE
Tennessee Coal Comninv. The liticatioi.
AEEDTGTON & FAEEAE,
which has hitherto rendered these Mines of so
little value to the poblie hal teen letued. and
tha. baxtirn Interested now eenfidentlr exsect
to supply Nashville and the other towns in Middle Tennessee with coal. They believe it isonly
mcessary for this coal to be tried to be generally
used. lor manufacturing purposes and for En
rirjes, th'.i cool Is believed to be superior to any
NO.
I'UllI.IC HO,UARR,
thtt eaa be hail in Tennessee. They especially
woo
work in iron,
dsstre taal uiacximtuisaiid all
should try this coal. The Company working these NEXT DOOR NORTH OP CITY HOTEL
Mines feel authorized to lay that thepecpleof
Niuhvillo mar relr noon them for a CERTAIN
supply oi! Coal ut all times, and they hope, by
N A.NIIVILI.E, TENNESSEE.
being liDeraiiy ratroaued to reduce the price of
'
A. B. COLYAR,
lnagft-- tf
CHARLES A. PROCTOR
JilW-- tt
--
MYERS
poll
I'EUEU.IIEKY AND
IlealEKtnteanilGeneralAKcntH
And particular attention paid to boxicr and
shipping. Wo also have s lance force employed
in eur Repairing Shops, and are now able to meet
all demands made ujon ns for work in that de-tacnt at moderate prices.
T?on SALE. A splendid Residence , miles
.L from Columbia, on tho Mount Pleasant Pike.
acres of superior Land, beautiful lawns, pond
well stocked with fish, etc.. etc
71
al
Nos. 17 and 19 West Columbia
With the production of the Unit class Cor-riaShop of New York, Philadelphia, or
Cincinnati, and invite the criticisms of
may2-- 30t
judges, for we are satisfied that our work
will be found equal in every respect, if not
COAI.2 COAX!!
superior, to the best, and our prices as low
The Scwnncc Coal MIiicm
TN FCTCRE WILL BE WOKKED BY THE
work.
as any house making first-claI
e.
s,
3. Jf. K48II.
POOTE,
county. Tenn- -, Bonds of the Louisville and
Nashville Railros.d Bonos, are hereby noli
fied that by decree of the Chancellor of tb'
Louisville Chanctnr Court. Kentucky, made at
enteral this day, joo will file your Coupons in tht
aboveease within thirty days Irom tnis date, iue
nml nttarhril in these suits in the hand of tLe
Lenisville and Nashville Company is by said decree totbe distributed tiro rata among all the holders of said Coupons, who appeal and file their
Coupons within said time.
This April am. isoo.
TH0S. P. SMITH.
Commissioner Lou. Chancery Court.
TWELVE MONTHS,
valuable Residences in
of ground attaehed to each.
Is very extensive and equal to any In the eity.
JOHJt T. roOTE.
I.ouiMi ille Cliaueery Court.
v.
CHALLENGE A COMPARISON OF OUR WORK
Very cheap.
CINCINNATI, OHIO,
IT AVE
fcblt-C-
George Thompson,
AND
SALE.-T- wo
100 feet
1 1 Stock",
In me line
:
E.T.Uuih.1
THE
SAT.I Two line Residence, Nos 17
19 South Summer street, recently refitted,
newly painted, and in splendid repair, in a very
desirable part of the city. Call fer particulars.
jVb.50 West Pearl Si., beluten Walnul & Vine,
may22-C-
1.0O
Storage for sixty days or lens, per bale.
If)
" for each s uccecdiDg month- l.W)
Felling Cotton tier bale..-- ..
l.W
Buying
SO
Shipping
insurance and uoremmeni tax extra.
All ITotlnn Mi'd throuih our houses, excent (bv
a regular Cottcn Merchant.) will bo subject to the
above charges, whethcrsold by ourselves or by
STRATTON. POINTER 1c CO.
the owner.
No-To-
Ol"
It. 3IAYS.
marlS 3m.
fallows
Road Sulkies,
Light Express Wagons,
p
Buggic,
Reeidenee en JJeuth Vine
Vi rooms, all
feet Trent,
10. 30
1?OL
DritffffM
CINCINNATI. OHIO..
and after this date, our eharee on
I?R0M sold
through our warehouses will be as
-
street. No:
ncceseary
Co.,)
Can be bought by tho lessee upon reasonable
NOTICE
To the Cotton Planter of Ten
nessee, Alaliaina, A. C!cor;Ijt'
Out"- Buggies,
Square "Cut Out" Buggies,
Bevel
J?
House- Tennessee
II. APPLE A CO.,
A
NO. 36 MAIN STREET,
(with doors,)
Square Uox Buggies,
Bracket Front Buggies,
1?OH SA LE.--nc
JnnO-l-
IMKMIXG IMM.E3IENTS, AC,
F.
Stag Buggies,
E,
terms.
Apply to tho undersigned on tho premises.
Phaeton Buggies,
tent.
ITS
mayi2-3-
Wholesale
MtOVEXOK,
Tim Sent I'urk I'lmeloix
and running baek
Boots, Shoes and Brogans,
in cultivation.
commodious rooms.
Tho Tavern House has
in good repair.
good
upon
place
also,
tho
are
There
first rate stable?, and lots; good Blacksmith shop,
and three distinct settlements, besides tbo Hotel
Place.
It will be rented from one to Gvo years, and
immediate possession given.
Dccoiiium or Bowl Buggies,
Itoekniraj-s-
o
improve-m-
SlDOIElt SUPPIiY
77 Southwest cor, Pearl & Vine Sts.
out. iiiu
Yaclit BuggiCH,
Jump Sent
aeres of Land, new
Floe ItIcnee on Sonlh Vine
1?Oll SALE.
No. IS. all in geed repair. 40 feet front,
7
tUlOLEalLK IlKlLEHSIX
STOCK,
,
7 miles from tho city, on the Gal
ITS
ts, fine Cistern, running Water, Una Blue
(Iras?, etc.
Hosiery, IVoUons, Etc.,
E. J.. 1IOFEMAX,
President.
lm
On the Franklin and Nashville Pike, VA mile
from Franklin, and 11 from Nashville. Thcro
areJK acres of Land, of which about ISO acres are
Albert Buggies,
Track Sulkies,
Jagger Wagons,
Skeleton Wagons, Pannelled Rockways,
TlOIt SALE
Pike.
ICE.
All the
Square Box Buggies,
K
REAL ESTATE AGENTS.
DRY GOODS,
s,
Carriages,
SALI-2miles from city, en
Railroad, tju acres of Land, hue improvements, never falling Well. etc.
170K
STAPLE AND FANCY
TAVEK.V A1YD PJLAIVTATIOIV
TO KENT.
!,
the
AND ENLARGED
HAVING REFITTED
and Salesroom in order tosup-nl- v
the increasing demand for our work, we reupcctfully call the attention of the citizens of
Davidson county and tno surrounding country to
our Urge and varied assortment of
A Vaoant Lot adjoining the
uii iiiu eucvw
'iuviijf
9
JR.
1UPOBTEBS AXO JOBBERS CT
(Successors to Davis, Apple
185S.)
SALE.
Jolt
t'M((iviii
Tor Vnrtlcnlnr. mil
A. 16 HOLTO.V,
TUOII. IIUI.TO.V,
Foreign, Domestic,
NASHVILLE, TENN.
EV
and Fnnklln Pikes, as riehasany laul in the
county
feb22- -tf
240 to 720 Barrels of Oil Per Day.
(ESTABLISHED
SALE. 50 acres en Brown's Creek.
I70K miles
from the city, between Uranny White
IVMiK
FRUIT JARS,
and Ia.iitenis- -
Chimneys
e
Commercltl Hetel. A barfaln
TOK
No. 19 Public Square,
No.
NEWMAN
Manufacturers,
Edgefield, . located
DRUGGISTS,
COAL OIL LAMPS,
T0BIE .t WINO, Bankers, Nashville. Tcnn.,
pf
THOIT.
, GKOCEItlES.
Flint, Green and Black Glass,
BE OPENED MAY 19TII FOR
Shoes; Hats, Cutlery, Cc
BOOKS WILL to
the Stock of this Company at
following places :
tho
55 imo.vi
sTiir.irr, xa.suvii.i.k,
TENNESSEE.
the finest Sprint; in the country.
Thereby offering inducements to dealers and pttr- charers seldom met with.
Among his Stock will be found tho following:
LEATHER, BOOTS,
Every Job Sold Warranted for
XASIIV1LLE.
GROCERIES AND !IQJJORS,
Bacon, Queensware, Holloware,
o
a
rplIE SUBSCRIBER IS NOW RECEIVING:
A. another addition to his already extensive
stock of
PEARCEJOLLE&HOLTOH,
GROCERIES,
1VE
Vi
CO
R. T. TOMAN.
W. ft. MACRAE.
GRAIN AND PRODUCE.
deliver in can without
At very low rates, and Dray
age.
cost of
jnajl dim
MINING COMPANY.
6m
miles frem the city, on the
SALE
JOIl
(Sallatin Pike, a fine Ilcsidenee. and 4 acres
.
of superior Land, all necessary
and
POU SALE.-- 05 acres f Land, with splenic did ininreveiHcntri. 3li miles from thaeitr. on
Gallatin Pike, fine Orchard, cood Spriasr. etc.
Wholcsala and Retail Dealers in
c
CD
CD
NO. 24 SOUTH MARKET STREET,
IiTAIISILEI ISIS.
STKATTOX, VOIXTEK
o
e
AGENTS TORIAN. MACRAE
And Dealers in
May, Grain, Flour, Etc.,
PETROLEUM
A. H. HURLEY & CO,,
OF
RAILROAD
FLOUR,
OVr.KTOX COUNTY, TENNESSEE,
Coal Box Buggies,
S1IVILLE,
janZu-- tt
CAPITAL,
ttra-bcr-
Cigars, Tobacco, etc.,
AviTir.
onnr.
To which wc invito the attention of the Mer
chants of Tennessee. Georgia and Alabama.
Strict attention will be paid to receiving and
forwarding, and to the sale of Groceries and all
goods on consignment.
Being in the large and commodious store and
warehouse, so long and favorably remembered as
the houso of Johnson Jrbimtti. and afterwards as
Fisher, Whccless 3c Co., with the immenso sheds
and storago rooms, wo feel prepared to handle all
Uotton, lobacco ana uencral rrouuee, or goods
on consignment, on as favorable terms as any
house in the city; and expecting to establish our
business upon a permanent basis, wo promise, to
do all in our power to merit a liberal share ot
public patronage.
iAuuiiu ajnli nurr. always on nan
SHOES and HATS,
NO. 1 INN .BLOCK,
aitijcvtiox
Description of lands and samples of oil obtained from tho property, may be seen by calling
at tho ollice. No. II! Union street. Nashville. Tcnn.
Tho Secretary. F. II. Colton. Nashville, will re
ceive orders tor stock, and will lorward certificates
by return mail when the money accompanies the
25 boxes-Raisin50 hf and qr bxs Raisins.
50 dozen Painted Buckets,
500 reams Wrapping Paper.
100 dozen Brooms,
20 dozen Sieves.
500 kees Nails.l
AND LIQUOKS,
SAI.J.-- A See Farm la Marshall
eontainme 202 aeres. HJ aeres el eared, ant
additional in Blue !!ras, ballanee heavily
loit house with sblncle roof, five rooms,
finely fenced: all neeeesory
seven
acres in Fruit.
X
.SALIll4,ChcrTr-trret,-sdjo"ramr-th-
-
xo Minir. NiKcurvroK ivii.i. m:
tki:ati:i
Refidenco
SO
LoU in
SAI.J.--30
I?OIt every
part of the ton.
This is a rare chance for lona fide operators to
tiniaiu icu.es on lerius mat win oe amply remu
nerative.
Terms made known on application.
dAw
XA
TEN N ESS EE.
FOR LEASING THE CONVICT LABOR OF
TENN.
OF
PENITENTIARY
THE STATE
CJEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE BECEIVED
by the undersigned for leasing tho Convict
O
Laborof tho State Penitentiary of Tennessee, till
the2Sthday of June, proximo, for tho period of
four years from said date, with tho prcfcrcnco in
NASHVILLE. March 10th. 1SCC.
favor of tho Lessee for an additional four years
over other bidders for new proposals at the end of
T7"E ARE NOW RECEIVING THROUGH
tho first four years other things being equal.
The Lessee will bo authoriicd to occupy and take ncr .t Co., 377 Broadway) tLe largest and best ascharge of the shops and workhouse in said Peni- sorted Stock of Spring and Summer
tentiary; to put up such machinery as he may
desire, and shall have the privilege of buying, at
DRY GOODS. BOOTS. SHOES AND HATS.
such prices as may bo agreed upon, all the tools,
fixtures, and materials on hand, both finished and Ever brought to this market, and having purchas-oi- l
unfinished. Said Lessee shall also be bound to
tliisstnck at lowest Cash nrices since the recent
hire all the able convicts on hand, or that may decline, we can offer you our Goods at figures that
hereafter come into said Penitentiary during his will enable you to compete with Stocks purchased
term of lease, excepting such as may be necessary in any market in the United .stales.
to keep up tho establishment. Said Lessee shall
We solicit an examination of our Stock before
kindness, purchasing elsewhere. All orders entrusted to us
treat those hired with humanity andregulations
and
conforming to such rules,
will be carefully filled and at the lowest prices.
as may be established by tho Directors, and work
EVANS, FITE .t CO.
them not exceeding ten liours per day. For each
marl3 d3ia
convict so employed, the Lessee shall pay into tho
payState Treasury tno prico per day bid. said
to
3 S
ment to be made quarterly. Ho shall also give
bond, with approved security, in tho sum of fifty
Tennesthousand dollars, payable to the State of
2
see, for tho faithful performance of the undertakg
2 a
ing hereby imposed. The convicts will be provisS
n4
s
The
by
Tennessee.
of
State
the
ioned and clotned
present number of convicts two hundred and
very
twenty which number will probably be
O
largely increased at an early date. All communia
3 2.
'
cations may be sent to the Directors at cither tho
O ' "
City Hotel or at tho Pcni.entia
M
Thresher.
may23-wttprfeo- $3
PRODUCE.
EVERYBODY
Cun crt. in a sealed letter onvclon. inv Theory.
Symptom and Treatment of Kercvun, Urinaiy
cq
Threshers.
maylft Ira
TOBACCO.
COTTON.
J. P. O
It.VI.IS Celebrated Reapers and Mowers.
Om nwl Two Horse Railway Powers
J.
TENN.
a retired spot in the centre of the city.
fimnuttnttmi roouM. and room for the accontma
dalion ofiuch mtienttarequireieruonalattention.
A. B. SHANKLAND.
DEALERS IN
Xo.
MARKET STREET
32, SOUTH
m
mar30-3- m
ST.vrroun'S
ETC.
2
FROM THE
ORDERS SOLICITED
and promptly attended to.
Horso
ETC,
SRAIN,
ivii.i. hi: i.kani:i on
do
WESES
Box
EAGLE CREEK
03T
J.0TS
60 boxes German and Family Soap,
50 do Pickles, (qts and pts)t
10 gross Preston
.Merrill's
cast Powders,
50 boxes Starch,
10 cases (K) Sardines,
mar23
Office
manieiest
at
North Summer street, ceutainine
33 on
1?tm
l'rcs't First National Bank, Nashville,
Vice Prcsident-- A. O. WELLS.
Secretary F. II. COLTON.
Treasurer WM. C. BUNTS.
Mining Superintendent
C. L. 11EQUEMB0UR0.
Tho property of tho company consists of leasehold interests in the counties of Overton. Fen
tress, White, Jackson and Warren, in the State of
xennessee, amounting in tno aggregate to over
eight thousand acre.
The membership of the company and the Board
of Directors comprise men of business experience
and reputation, and of a thorough and practical
acquaintance with the oil mines of Pennsylvania.
Tho mining superintendent was one of the first
explorers of tho oil fields of that Stato, and struck
tho first flowing oil well in the country, well
known as tho llequcuibourg well, and to which
the oil interests of Pennsylvania, then in their
nascent state, were very largely indebted.
The company will lcaso portions of their valuable lands, in small tract,, to privato parties or
companies, lor unediato development.
do
air
o
CINCINNATI, OHIO.
Two runt Tour
DEALKRS IN
reputation, having
life, and has a Unin-wid- o
been lonutr located in St. Louii than any othci
Chronic Disejisc Physician.
Much of his practice has been of a private nature, isirnhili. Gonorrhea, (llert. Stricture all
Urinnni Ditaenei.SiiTihiliticorilercvriiil Affection
of the T hroat. Skin or lionet; Orchitis, Hernia or
lliipture; also, the cnects ot a Solitary llnbxt,
ruinous tn Bodv and Mind, nroducing Uotchet.
debility, impotencv, dizzincm, uimne'iinf tight, eon-futiof idcat, evil forebocing, avertian to society,
not all these in any
lout ef memory, iceakncu.
on case, but all occurring frequently in various
cases.
Accommodations ample, charges moderate,
ruarnntecd. Consultations bv letter orat
office, free. Msst cases can be properly treated
tcithout an intervieie. and medicines, secure from
observation, sent by mail or express. No hindrance to business in most cases.
Address Box 3092. St. Louis, Mo.
Hours 8 a. li. to 8 P. M. 6Wic permanently
located at No. 65 St. Charles street, between Sixth
and beventb. one square south ot l.inilcil ilotel,
do
" Coffee
60
" choice Irish Potatoes.
150
" Table Salt.
15
" Molasses.
25
do
25 hf bbls
25 barrels Syrup,
50 hf bbls and keg Syrup,
50 kits Mackerel, Nos. 1 and 2.
25 hf bbls do
25 qr bbls do
50 boxes Cheese,
50 do Candy,
50 do Star Candles,
50 hf and qr boxes Star Candles,
by-la-
Window Glass, Putty and Dyestnffs,
WAMEE
GENERAL
MERCHANTS,
PRODUCE, GROCERIES.
LABOR-SAVIN-
H.
&.
COTTON AND TOBACCO
F A C T O K S,
J.
J
KIRKMAN,
&
FORWARDING
AND
Jielwetn
JAS. P. KIRKMAU.
ALEX. ALLISON.
COMMISSION
Reapers and Mowers,
y
0. Ewing & Go,,
DOCTOR WHITT1ER,
BRED PHYSICIAN. AS
his Diploma which hangs in his office wijl
A REGULARLY
the OIl Nic.liol Stand. show,
has made Chronic Diteaten the tutli of hit
ALLISONS
DrttRS,
Young man, stop beforo you further go. Of all
iscases subject to man, there is no disease so hard
In euro as .irht. Kimssion. and Physicians aro
scarce who understand treating it; and to you I
can say that I have cured hundreds in this city, as
well as in uitlcrentstalcs.wno nave speumouar alter dollar, and arc now well cured by me. I am daily receiving letters and sending medicine to all
parts of the country. In a word, all that are diseased in any way.and willgiveacall.Iwillgivcsatis-fnctio- n
for all of tho diseases mentioned in this
advertisement. Tho best of references given in
this city. All letters should bo directed to
JIK. Jlct;il.i.. box ,W iNasnville, xenn.
Office over John York's I'ook Store. Union
street, between College and Cherry streets.
apr!3-l-
WE HAVE ESTALISIIEI) THE FOLLOWING
Agencies in Middle and East Tenncssco for
the sale of the
A. S,
at
WHOLESALE OK RETAIL.
NOTICE TO FARMEIiS.
niaylfi
ETC.
ETC.,
ETC.
Yniinir married ladies whoso misfortune it lias
been not to bring forth in duo season, remember
(Jod has said sou should multiply and replenish.
If this is your desire, you can consult ma cither
by letter or in person. No lady over thirty-fiv- e
years of age need make application. All communications by letter or person strictly confidential.
do
do!
a) hf bbls Cherry Brandy.
'J) keg3 Lemon Cordial,
do
3J kegs Ginger
CO baskets Heidsic, (pints and quarts).
20 boxes Sparkling Catawba,
1(10 sacks prime Rio Coffee.
75 barrels New Orleans and Island Sugar
" Crushed
50
do
" Powdered
50
do
XIGIIT EMISSIONS CURED.
Pishing Tackle,
House Furnishing Goods,
Purchasers aro requested to call and examine
these Machines and see testimonials. All warranted to pcrlorm as represented. Agent also for
Cider .Mills, Saw Mills, und tho celebrated Hand
Loom.
McROBERTS .t BAIN.
THE LADIES.
affections of the Womb treated with suc
TO
AND
'KIKItV MACHINE"
Also, tho KIRBY CLIPPER MOWER, the light
est, cheapest, strongnstand best Single Mower in
tho world gooil on either rough or smooth ground.
ic
be carried to their full time, if found pregnant,
by giving mo a call.
AMMUNITION,
KKAI'EIt ANI 3IOWEU.
States.
Dll McUILL in .Nashville, Tenn., has the larg
est praotice of any Botanic Physician in the
United States. The unbeliever can be convinced
by calling at tho Adams Express office, where ho
may sco the largo amount of medicines he sends
every week to different parts of the United States.
Dll. McUILIj trents diseases at any distance.
He treats the following
with satisfaction; Rheumatism, Affections of the
I.unss. Diseases of the Throat, hwcllcu Joints.
Stiff Limbs, Pleurisy, Pains, Ulcers, Cancers,
Gravel, Diseases of tho Heart and Liver, Inflammation of the Stomach. Neuralgia. King's Evil
or Scrofula, Deafness, Diseases of the Eyes. Debilitated Systems, Dyspepsia or Indigestion, and
together with all Privato Diseases
Consumption
and Diseases of the Urinary Organs, All Syphi-listDiseases treated at any distance, and a euro
guaranteed.
Collar?, II.une?, Wagon and Plow Chains,
Lock:, Hinges, Screws, Tacks, Brads, etc..
MOYVIXt;
hfbbls
)hf bbls
DOCTOR M'GILL,
Robinson County Whisky,
Old Rye
Rectified
Cognac Brandy,
do
do
Holland Gin.
do
do
Now England Rum.
Ginger Brandy,
'J) hf bbls
D) kegs
IJOTAXIC PHYSICIAX,
AumciTirritAi. imii.i:mi:xt.s,
NOS.
10
20
10
DEALERS IN
mill I'oru
"
'
"
"
hfbbls
60
f6
HUCCESS
WHISKY,
BARRELS BOURBON
75
0
JO barrels
HARDWARE,
TRADE
WHOLESALE
uiayG
THE UNIVERSAL
A CO.
Grain, Gntssand Garden Seeds,
THE
FOR
Onlrrs l'ronijilly ami l'liltlifnlly
Ha'
South College Street.
CominlsMioii
GROCERIES,
MEDICAL.
MoEOBERTS & BAIN,
I
and VARIETIES,
AMERICAN AND FOREIGN
LARGE
ON HAND A
anu wen seiecieu siock oi
AND IM.MESTHT
NASHVILLE. TENN.
OFFICERS.- A. Q. SANFOItD.
v-
President
Merchants visiting the city arc invited to cxanv
inc their stock.
For all sorts and kinds, now is the time at that
cheap Store,
Storage,
.
(3ENERALLY.
wholesale and retail. All orders accompanist
with the rash promptly attended to. Xo article
sold until paid for.
Nashville. June 10
Street
XfE WILL KEEP
Post
AGEKCY.
rooms, besides wash room, bath Mm servants
rooms, stablo and mrriajce house. Ua.4 and water
in every room of the main building.
F. II. COLTON. ofTcnncs.cc.
WM. C. BUNTS.
A.O.SANFOK1),
O. L. HEyUEJlBOUnO. of New York.
DELANO T. SMITH, of Minnesota.
A. G. WELLS, of Michigan.
ALSO.
Also. GROCERIES, etc.. etc.
I. M.K.HIXG
Ofticr : No. 2? Union street.
.11, .llUUIIIIIi! XtUU.
DIRKCTOIUS.
SAI.I--Tb-
1'MIH
Capital Stock $600,000,
NASHVILLE. TENNESSEE,
I.IXENS, DOMESTICS,
COTTOXADES,
Most of the stock was bought at a great sacrifice
and will bo sold very cheap. Prices shall suit,
IS
PllODUCEGEXEHALLY
AAZ
N'oi. 9 nml 11 IlromI
Public Square, Hats.
Mass
?,
FRUIT.
rOKEIGX
py
City Wharf. Treating 352
wer
I.tX-Ln-
11
EXEMPT from ALL PERSONAL LIABILITY.
LADIES' AND MISSES'
S. Side
Fancy and Staple Groceries,
m
DRIED
ESTATE
OK SA
feet.
f Tennessee
A limited amount onlv of the stock thus annnr
priatcd has l;cen placed in tho hands ol" the officers of the company, to be sold at $10 per share;
and as the ftoek has all been issued, full paid, in
jiuj-u-oi jiroperiy, n is not increiore uaoie to
any luture avscsmcnt.
BACON.
Mi
WHOLESALE DEALER IX
1SAV
(0
00
i
HEAL ESTATE.
ROB'T THOMPSON,
Divided into 30.000 shares of $30 each. 7,500 sharci
or imi.imj n.ive ocen appropriated
us working capital for tho
of tho
Property of the Company.
Cotton nud Tobncco, Wlicnt, Flour,
DltESS GOODS, PRINTS,
barrows, etc., etc.
A:
June Sth.
PORK.
Also, Bath Tubs and Wasli Tubs, Knives and
Forks, Spoon?, Carvers, Jleat Saw? Sad Irons,
Scales,
Brooms, .Mops, Scrubbing Brushes,
Coffee .Mills. I)esks and Writing Tables, Easy
Chairs, WheelChairs, Office Chairs, Split-botto-
XoS. iii
GltOCERS.
&c.
MINING COMPANY,
Special act of the Legislature
$n
-
Weeily
Proportionate rates fer shorter periods.
Subscription invariably in advance.
SILUIEHOLDERS
s,
d
tl
& CO,
bed-tick- s,
d.
con-wilt-
WHOLESALE
OF
Linen anil cotton sheets. 40 conts to 52 00.
Linen and cotton spreads. 40 cents to $2 50.
Comforts and uilU, SI 00 to 2 00.
50 cents to SI 50.
Linen and cotton
10 to 50 cents.
Linen and cotton pillow-caseCheap towels. 40 cent".
Feather and hair pillows. 50 cents to SI 23.
Shuck and hair lnattnuvcs. $1 25 to $7 (fJ.
Iron bedstead?, 75 cents to SI 50.
Dressing cowns, 50 cents to SI 50.
Shirts and drawers, 25 cents to SI 00.
With many other articles in tho Dry Goods
trade.
i
OIL
CO
STRATTOH,POIHTER
GROCERIES, LIQUORS
Tennessee and Cumberland
TUIIUA3 G. POINTER,
BKNJ. P. SUV.
CHL.NF.T,
For the sale and purchase of
ORDER TO 11EDUCE STOCK. WILL BE
X told at atoiiiiuing low ratu:
v.
s
0. EWING
fN
Cup,
J.
PETROLEUM.
ARE RECEIVING THEIR
GOODS.
fellow-citizen-
ai:
GOODS.
HAMPTON
Irby Morgan, )'Bryan & Co.
n,
SAJLE OF
GHR.ICA.T
UADIS0K STSATTOS,
DRY
nans:
Dally
NO. 167.
&o.
.
Office, Uxios xi AurniCAX Elock corner
Church and Cherry sts opposite th Post Office
1866.
GROCERIES,
UNION ANU
AXERldXX.
,
INCORPORATED ET
lx-c-
pleii-iptenti-
TirE SASimi.IX DAILY
DAILY UNION AND AMERICAN,
EDITORS i-- PROPRIETORS.
&
Burnett
ATTORNEYS AT IAW
ONCINXATX, OHIO,
I
OFFICE.
may223m
2T "WEST
THIRD ETIIEET.
.
A.I.OlIAniWOKSK.
CHADBOURNE
t. a MttW.
& CO...
BULZBB IX
I.U.lIIJJJi:, I.ATII,
anil Nhiiiglcs,
Csrner of DemumWraBeand
a
pl--
m
U!ghtmU.
NashTlUe.
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