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,JuisUnLLS IJIOX TEISTIXG CO.
TUESDAY, APKIL I lbC.
JS'OATHERS EWOHATIOX TO THI SoCTH.
The New York Times "of th 30th ult,
Myi : "The Southern paper from near
ly all the States iouth of the Potomac
are indignantly denying the ctatemenU
tuade by certain parties in the North,
that there ia any personal danger to
Northern men who emigrate there for
the purpose of purchasing land, or to
engage in agricultural, mercantile, or
any business pursuit. It is alleged on
all Lands that they are welcome to
come that they will be molested by
nobody hat they will Cnd abundance
of good land to purchase in suitable
quantities in all localities, and will al
together have as good a chance for life
and fortune as could possibly be desir
ed. They challenge the production of
any authentic cases of maltreatment of
Northern snea because of their being
such; and prove satisfactorily that
every, or nearly every, case of the kind
that has been heralded in the North is
a falsehood. The testimony we have
got from the half-dozen correspondents
of the Times, who have traversed the
Southern States within the past year,
agrees very closely with these state
ments of the Southern press ; and not
the least valuable and reliable of these
accounts was that we gave but Sunday
from a gentleman who Lad traveled
leisurely and alone on horseback all
the distance from Mobile to Nashville,
conversing freely with the people, and
finding them everywhere kindly dis
posed toward Northern settlers and
emigrants. We are persuaded that
many people have been kept from emi
grating to the South this Spring by the
publications that have been made ; but
we are equally persuaded that all ap
prehensions of trouble to Northern set
tlers in the South are groundless."
The Richmond Times, speaking of
the handsome statue cf llenry Clay in
the Capitol Square of that city, says
that it is now dirty and mutillated from
Lead to foot The thumb and all the
lingers of the right hand have been
broken short off; the thumb of the left
hand is gone; a large part of the roll
ing collar, which was originally beauti
fully delicate, is destroyed, and most of
the buttons are broken.
If you with to have the two per ecu I. Ui
ertuti, gfe the polsto-uay and vo.e
lor Teuton, Ike leader of tho revolutionary
rtj. Mewrphi J'ost.
Inasmuch as Mr. Poston and all the
members who resigned are in favor of
the repeal of the tax, how can their re
election perpetuate it? Do the radi
cals intend to vote down the repeal to
punish the people.
The Character of The Callers.
Washington Corieepoadenre Milwaukee BeotineL
Murh chagrin manifested brctuseour
Radical alettsiuen Slid families ne lunger
tjii their garment! by attendance "at
court." Within tbe past month the char
acter of the culler! at tbe White House has
-u.lete!v changed. Except an occasional
Hunger, there la uo Kadicat o poor ai to
do reverence to the man who harangued
the Hi of February rocb. The drawing
ro.im reception! are attended by all of lue
old ece-U" residing at the capital, by
lare numbera from the South who are
again viaiting their seat of Government and
paying their respects to a bouthem l'resi
oiit. Bat you may wander through the
rooms ol the White House and look in Tain
f..r the well known ateteemeu and public
men who thronged them in the life of Mr.
J.iocjln. You ao net hud noer, as then, the
tut and representative men ol the Norto.
Youaeebul law ol the splendid -Northern
women who, for four years, baye materially
aided in the elevaUou and progreae of the
country. The dark-haired Southern grand
dame a'weepi through these rooini with aa
much pride, jf not as much aplendor, aa
belore. An obierver need! not to liuger
.)U to feel the atmospheric chill that ehri
velaearoeat loyally, tstranf-e remark! fail
fcbout our eara. It is caay t believe Jour
atll ataudiUg in theae rooms juat before the
i.beliioB culminated at Sumter. The same
chance jibrasee ; the earn countenances,
many of them; the aarae leeliug pervades
the v.ail.rs Sud permeates all the scene.
Let me give an on dit. air. J..hns n is cou
veramR with one of tbese grand damea, a
bullhorn belle ones, without doubt, and still
a una ipeciuieo of well-preserved woiuau-
"i"v brother, Gen. I.," ah heard to
a.y, lb a tone that niiitbl be railed playful,
'tias been a Ala; ir-Gcueral in the Confeder
ate army, as you know, Mr. rre.ident. He
louiCht against you and the ankees for
lour years, and is now re.dy to tight, with
you against the Kaokee- mil, for another
lour years, il u.ceesaxy."
Mr Johnson replie "'. but ahakei his
head, and with deprecatory am ilea, greet!
thenextofthegrup. Uur l.miniue eup.
iM.rurof a forcible leatoration .weeps her
rail and treason into another part of the
room, while an intelligent smile P'"' u
tween two or thre. who heard the by
The above is a specimen of the
means employed by the radicals to un
dermine the President amongst the
loyal masses North.
Uerman Kupp, who shot his wifedu.
s-ioir a domestic quarrel in his saloon in
Kochrster, N. Y., a few months since,
bas been left a Urge forturne ly tu
death of a relative in Uermany.
receiving uews of the windfall Itupp
sUrted for (Jerinany, and has since sent
word to his wire to join him there. The
amount of money left him is stated to
be up in the hundredlbousanda Kuirp
was not indicted for shooting his wife
she refusing to appear against bim.
t tio. (ircolar of Neil Urothers
Xw Yoaa, March 27, 1868.
Tk. i.t..t aJrices from Liverpool are to
the oih iust., Middling Cottou quoted at
1 V '
Owior to the favorable news the price!
here advanced 1 V, but the decline m gold
a ituewitat checked the eagerneaa oi ouyen
W e Muote Middling Sue.
Tka t.i ouatiliiv of cotton known t
have hu received Irom all orta from the
ami of il war to the lateal mad amounts to
Ot liK-h during
Ule P"t w. ..
h i isxw to -mil Bntaia .. 4".'i
S iloiia to reave -
irl UiolU.1 tora.aa post-- t.'"J
Total lore (to eipct ) J.wo
The stock on band at the sh.ir.piuf porU
(eiclusive of Boelou, 1 Uilatlelphia aua Uai-
The Through Traia r.iprrimrnt
From Louisville to zsasuvuie seems
to Lava nmved a success, if we are to
luJiro bv the prompt manner in which
the trains come through, and are :
turued freighted af sin, tor this locali
ty. The tYeitern Atlantic R K. has
bacoma all at once a common thorough
fare lor no less than three diuVreot
railroad cam oanies. We saw on r'ri
day last a train from the Cectral Koad
en route for Chattanooga to procure
trow the exteusive rolliug mill at that
tomt a load of iron rails to be la. J be
tween Macon and Savannah. e also
saw a lencthy and heavy freighted
"thranch train" from Louisville tollow
iog immediately in the wake of the
regulsr dsy Express Psssenger of the
W A A- K tk ine tlura train was an
empty one returning to Nashilie, hav
ing deposited U freight in Atlanta.
Ai.-tr.U lliUtjtnctT, Apr. ItL
Taoor or ALasias LorsxTT. On the
221 of December, 1865, Gen. Thomas
issued Lis famous order, No. 40. . We
snake the following extract from it .
Th people of Alabama are honestly ea
etaevuruig U rcelore civil authority that
fcute, ia ouamrmity with the reuireiaeoia
of the CootiUitiou of the United Males,
And to repudiate their acts of bosulity du
ring the peat (our years, and have accepted
was a loyal and becoming spirit the uia
Sianiiooua terms pered by the President.
EY LIST KIGHre BlilL.
Fsw Toss, March 31. The Herald's
Waahiogton ()ecial sayS3 propcaition hub
been tou.de by agents of iUiimiiijii, to
promiacct rolilicians, to give tbcru a con
tract ia collect the revenue in Mexico for
the term of eve years, upon the condition
that they would prevent the Government
from do.og anything in behalf of Juarrz
and the .Republic during that period. The
percentage which tbey oiler to give on the
amount collected furnishes wide margin
for a lobby lund, to use upon Congress, to
The Tribune this morning publishes two
farther dispatches from Mr. Weward to Mr.
A larm. In the first the Secretary of State
refers to the anticipations on the part of the
European governments of retaliatory meas
ures. Ha again review! the grievances of
the United bta'es egainat Great Britain, as
well calculated to produce an expectation of
retaliatory measures, but deprecates any
intention on the part of the Culled States
to fo into war on account of theae grievances.
More important is another dispatch of
March 1st, communicating to Mr. Adams a
copy of a dispatch in cipher, from a rebel
emissary in Canada to JelT. Davis. It gives
an account of the endeavors of the rebel
agents in Lmdon and fans to nod out in
wnat tims assistance and recognition could
be obtained. It seems that these sgenis
were instructed, to int.malethataa armiatica
might be concluded between the two bellig
erent parties in North America for the pur
pose of undertaking, conjointly, a ioreign
war for instance, for the expulaioa of the
French from Mexico.
The hint was treated in England in the
usual unaatiafactory, non-committal man
ner, but in France it st once met with the
declaration that no aucb alliance could be
permitted j that the Emperor wculd resiat
any attempt to enforce the Monroe doctrine,
and that if it could be made aure that the
Federal Government was persuading such a
course, France would promply recognize the
Official reporU of the late naval battle off
the Island of Chilae stow the loss of the al
lies (Chilian! and Feruviam) to hare been
three men killed on the corvette Union,
which also bad its stesm-cheat pierced ;
while the American was bulled four time!
and the Apurmac three times. There is no
reliable account of the loaaollhe Spaniard!,
though the Valparaiso papera say itmuat
have been great, aa the epanish ahipa were
knocked t piece! and dead bodea were aesn
floating about afterward-. This is probably
an extravagant story. There was great re
joicing st Lima over the victory.
The formation of the alliance belweeu
Ecuador, Chili, Bolivia, and l'eru, and the
aucceas thua far attending their cause, had
filled the people with enlunsiMm.
The Spanish commander still insists upon
treating Chilian coal iu neutral vessels as
contraband of war.
The United States Monitor had arrived at
Valparaiso, Chili. Als the iteamers Van
derbilt, Tuscarora, and Powhattan. The
Monitor had behaved very well in rounding
A letter written by Capt. Stanley, of the
Tuacarora, .itates that in the heaviest
weather and gales that they encountered,
when in fact he bad just as much as he
could do to attend to the ssfety of hi! own
ship without attending to the vessels en
trusted to hii care, the Manadnock behavd
in a splendid manner, making better weath
er than any vesiel of the convey, and that
there was no time during the fiercest ptrt of
the gale that the Mauaduock could not have
fought her guns with any ihip. In fact, it
would be perfect madnesa to attempt to en
gage a vessel under such disadvantages,
lor a gale ia an advantage to the monitor in
a fight. The Tuacarora will remain tj
watch the turn affaira in Chili.
WasaisoTos, March 31. A new and very
careful canvass has lHeu made to-day over
the coming vote in the Civil Rights bill, and
ths result indicates that it will be paaaed
over the Fiesideut's veto.
The calcu'ations made yesterday that
Senator Wright, of New Jersey, and Sena
tor Uixori- of Connecticut, would bs pres
ent, have been abandoned to-day.
On personal inquiries as to their condi
tion, the physicians of both declare that it
will be utterly impossible lor them to be
present next week. '
The vote will probably be taken on Tues
day, and as it now stands no: more luan
eleven votes tkn be obtained in favor of
suatiiining the veto, while aeveuleuu ar.i re
quired. The Peuate Finance Committi-a had a
nieu ling this morning, and agreed to report
the loau bill to the beuate, just as it came
Irom tbs House. It was decided best not to
endanger its passage iu the House by
amending il in the tSenate.
To-day his been a busy one st the Execu
tive Mansion. Halls aud ante rooms have
been thronged since an early hour thi
morning ;aud although the President grant
ed interviews to a large nurabtr of people,
there were many who were disappointed.
Among those who were in conference with
him to day were Senators Hherman, John
son, McDougall, Cutbrie sod Davis.
The Covernment issued an order lo-dy
prohibiting supplies from being furniitbed
freed men in this Deportment slier the first
Niw Yoai, Msrch 31. In the proceel
ings of the Meteor, the alleged Chilian pri
vateer, case yealeiday, a letter from hur
owner was produced, apeeiljing her form
idable character. She was bunt for cruis
ing alter British pirates and blockade ruu
ners, very fast aud fixed for heavy guns.
Senator Wright is atill confiumt to hia
house. He had intended going to Washing
ton to vote on the 3lnckfn aae, and had a
carriage at the door to take hint to the lft
pot, but his health would not permit the
Alluding to the report pi a secret treaty
with l.iuia Xapolcou and Maximilian, a
Washington currespondeut states that agents
of Maximilian have recently made an oiler
to prominent Americans to give them a con
tract lor collecliue the Imterial revenue in
Mexico for five years, on condition that the
will prevent any action by our Government
favorable to Juarez or inimical to the em
The speech recently made in the French
Sena'e by Jules r vre, the virtual leader
the oppoaition, appears to nave been on
second in intrren end importance to Ui
memorable address ol U.I hiers. Ho con
traated Nauoleon'a declared policy and hii
actual deeds and denounced the giarin
immoralities of French society under th
The address created a tumultuous sensa
tion in the Senate.
Stir Yoaa, April 1. Geo. M. Mum ford
and Daniel Conner, ahipping murchanls,
li8 Fearl street, weie arrested yesterJay on
s charge of false preUnaea preferred by
Messrs. Telkampf Co., commission mer
chanta, at No. 44 heaver street.
It apicared from ths afiUaviU that
December last 1 1.600 worth of wool was de
livered bv accused to complainants to be
sold on coDiruiaeioa.
Kecciviur a receipt thereof, they sold
wool for $1,200 to another firm,eud alaodia
Poaed of eoo.Is for a like amoua'. to the firm
making the complaint,
Couuer proved hs was sbseni. in Euro)
at the time of the transaction, end he
duo barred from cuatodv.
Mum lord was, however, required to find
bail to answer the charge.
A deaceut waa made recently upon
eambliug hell, HH broad way, by the third
precinct police, when twenty-live ptraous
The complaint was made bv a Southern
reutle man, who had lost i-4,000 at the cam
of faro wbile in the preiuiaes. The propri
a ton. Miles rarren and J as. llsllmsn, nav
beAn held to bail iu the sum of ili.uOU to
IsMixaroLls, April 1. A radical Tost
maater at Muncie has bean removed for
hostility to luo Administration, and a sup
porter of the Fresident'i policy appointed
VS'e learn that the work will be continued
Oacar B. 11.x d, late Attorney General, i
dangerouilT ill, and bn recovery is very
A powerful revival ii going on among th
colored population, ahirly-two were itn
uieraed iu the canal to day. Tbe ceremnu
attracted immense crowda of both black an
white. The work Las been in progress aev
eral weeks, and sever.! hundreds have Ine
Two veara ago the ivpuuiu-ane ba I over
aeven thousand majority iu this citr, and
cow tbe r.fpublicaus concede the pn.babilt
tr of clwting the Johhaou cauuidaie for
Trustee. IU- will be if the ballota are boil
raiL,ii ran, April I A mMHing of It
Republican ritiieua cf Camden county, N
J., waa held at the court houae in Catnden
on Saturday evening. Tbe meeting waa
large. Keaolutiona condemning the course
of b.-ovil and urging the election of A. G
Cattail ware paaathi unanimously. Ths
lueeiiut waa not presided over, nor were
an v of the ofErere iolilicians.
Later in the veiling Mr. Scovill waa ser
neded at bis residence by Democrats, a h
ware aubequently entertained by him. No
spaced waa made, but cheers were giveu to
I' resident Johnson, Senator Cowan, aud ex
CiNfissaTi, April I A mas ramr l Ed
ward i ureell, a resident ot the lllh Ward
was murdered last night by two unknown
men. one of whom shot him through the ab-
domeu, causing death withiu an hour, ibe
murderers are still at large.
Tbe flour mill ol Gobrcht A Goleen was
totally consumed ty fire at two e'clock this
morning. Losa, ajjjji,!); insured lor ai.OOO,
I'stLaniLrau, April 1. A great tret of
April noax was perpetrated to-dar- A
morning paper published a corrcspon Jonce
Between i rwtidetit jonnsnn and a supisi
nous i resident 01 a Jobnsou aaaoc.ation
here, in which the former promised tocoiue
in.a euy ana make a public address t?
dy- Many people iUd the hotel where
the President was snr-pneed o be and the
lusrea asiro u waa auuounoed he would
attend. It waa aiao euuuuooed that Secre
tary seward and senator Cowas would ao
company the I'lea.drnt.
Maura is, April 1. A letter fro Bun
llower Couaty, Misaiaa;
ppi, eays: A aegro
employed on Oeneral Iwrreat's i lanU'ioo,
wh.ie asasultins- his sak wife .
day. Was reotonstraied with bv F'orreat
i be Irin drew a Inula and !.'.!.. .
kill For raat, li, ar reveiving a wound
is ths hand, aeised aa ass asd k,!led the
negro. Forreet rave himaalf un t.) Ska
Wasaissros. March 31 S iwl.l t , ik.
Tribune ssys that ordsrs hsrs beta reciTei
for the musUrini; out by the first of May of
every colored solJier in the service.
Gen. Hsncock's Board, now engaged In
tlis examination of models for breach-loading
lire-urms, is still in session and will
continue to receive Lew improvonjeuU for
teveral weeks. Over thirty pat'.erns have
now been entered.
Msvruis, .March .-.1 The flection for
Eepre eiitativea to-?ay resulted in an over
whelming majority lor tbe Johnson party.
The Civil ItighSs Bill.
Congressmen should not take up this
bill with the President's objections
thereto, tor reconsideration, ia a pas
sion. It ia a measure that won't do for
a test of loyalty; and we respectfully
invite members of the House, who ex
pect to be candidates for re-election
next fall, to make a careful examina
tion of it in regard to its fitness for a
platform to run upon.
Politiciacs mutst admit that there
still exibU, in some quarters, among
white folks, a prejudice apainat colored
people This may be a mean thing to
appeal to, and we don't appeal to it,
but we mention the fact The prejudice
of which we speak is developed in ob
jections to allowing negroes to our pews
iu the churches, or to seating them
selves, without consulting the color of
their neighbors, in churches, concert
halls or theatres, in the dining-rooms
of hotels, and elsewhere in the congre
gations cf the people.
Colored schools are established, and
there are persons, who are not traitors,
who think it would not be well to mix
the white and black children in. the
same school rooms. We do not know
that riiher would be hurt by the pro
cess, but the prejudice against such a
mixture is, perhaps, pretty strong.
How many wards of Cincinnati, for in
stance, would cast large majorities for
the reelection of General Hayes and
Benjamin Et'gleston to Congress, upon
the ground that they had assisted in
passing over the President's veto a
measure that opened the schools where
the white children are being educated
to the blacks, and not only opened the
schools, but the churches, theatres and
hotels, making all distinction against
color anywhere, according to the eslab
lisbsd customs of our society, a crime,
punished with severe penalties?
We simply desire to invite the atten
tion of Ihosa whom it concerns to the
probable value of such a measure as
this, as an electioneering document.
Odr apprehension is that it would be
found a very effective means of elect
ing those who were against it to office
especially of tilling the next Congress
with members expressly pledged to vote
for its repeal We understand how
much the people have been "educated
up," but many who have conquered
their prejudices still retain their senses;
and among that class we believe there
is a decided opinion that the majority
in Congress are not with, or of, then
day and generation. Possibly they may
be ahead, and if so, we fear they are
so far ahead that the living masses they
have left toiling behind, will refer them
to posterity for appreciation, and take
up wttn persons not so rapid.
We are in favor of the protection of
the civil rights of the negroes, and of
giving them iair play in all things, but
we protest against the folly that would,
law as odious in its details as the
L uiaBa I r, ,wr r.f ... . ; I, ;nr.,n...,a
statute it is indeed a clumsy copy at-
temDt to crush out the independence
of the btate Judiciary and summarily
reform customs of the people that are
stronger than the law. The law pro
poses a meddlesome espionage, backed
by arbitrary power, and to tx in our
form of Government a system oi imper
tinent aud raspins despotism of the
most intolerable character.
Ueutleuien in Congress, we are op
posed to the policy of setting up as the
true party tests, measures that the
Union and Republican parties have,
upon all occasions, when going before
the people, been charged with tavoring,
and which they have thus lar steadily
r pudiated. We are opposed to making
such tests of loyalty, tbat nobody will
be loyal except the old .Liberty rarly
and the neuroes, lor m our judgment,
if the country bas to depend upon such
a loyal party exclusively for its support,
the day when wo stiaii an nave a real
izing senao of national salvation is in
Kew otthe KaJica.1 persuasion seem
to think it worth while to speak re
spectfully of the President's nii-asage.
The denunciations neaped upou uini
are fust and furious. And yet it must
be admitted by candid men that the
objections urged by the President are
neither ti ill ing in themselves nor offen
sive in the manner of their presenta
tion ; and tho concluding paragraphs
of the veto meesige are not only hap
pily expressed, but conceived in an ad
mirable spirit that will commend itself
to the country. They embody, too, an
overture for reconciliation with Con
gress, that tbe rash managers of that
body cannot aujrd to treat contemptu
ously Cm Lorn.
Since the termination of hostilities,
Florida has had a large acceshiou to her
population. The current of eraigra'
lion still moves on. Her fertile soil
and genial climate her forests of val
uable timbers and bouudless pastures
her orange grove her innumerable
lakes, swarming with a thousand spe
cies of fish are inducements to those
who desire to exchange worn out plan
tations for a fresh, alluvial soiL The
Confederate soldier has returned to his
wonted avocation with alacrity. Her
citizens generally sotm to be actuated
with that degree of enterprise which
denotes a return to prosperity at an
early day in the future. The small
farms that dot her forests are being
renovated and newly improved. The
long cotton, to which her soil is pecu
liarly adaptvd, wilt constitute tha bulk
of tier crop me present year, and, in
fineness of staple, clo&ely approximates
that which is produced on our sea
island plantations. One hand will cuN
Urate on her lands, with esse, ten acres
in cotton and live in corn. An aver
age crop ou the pine lands is a bale of
loug cotton, weighing . 350 pounds, to
three acres, and twelve bushels of corn
per a:re of land. The hammock lands
yield more. The excellent timbers of
Florida are beginning to attract the eye
of the capitalist Jacksonville, Cedar
Keys and other points on the St John's
and the coast, have been doing a large
lumber business since the ' war. At
Cedar Keys, we are informed, there are
over twenty mills cutting lumber.
which is principally shipped to Cuba and
sold. Ou the railroads and interior of
the State, saw mills are rapidly going
up, without any diminution in the de
mand for lumber at thirty dollars per
thousand feot Laborers seem to be
scarce and the demaud increasing dai
ly. Timber cutlers pay twenty five dol
lars and rations, while farmers are pay
ing troni ten to Ji'teen ioiisrs and ra
tions perniontli tor able-bodied hands.
The railroad of the '.State aro U-ing
rapidly repaired and supplied with
rolling stock. We lesrn that live new
and splendid engines have bepn recent
ly put on the road Iri iu Lake C ity in
lllaha.se. Ine rosd liom tertian-
dina to Cedar Keys, ere many weeks.
will span the State from shore to shore.
i hen our city tuny expect to be in di
rect communication with tbe interior
of that state by vessels plying from
this port to Fernandina, situate at the
mouth of the St John's. Fernandina
is destined to be a t-ort of no little itn-
portancex She enjoys the advantage of
a gojd harb,-r access to the interior
rj boats up ine cm. jouna, snd, ia a
few months, by rail to the mast pro
ductive parts of the Slate. &s.M tovo-
A Trrrible -iOr.-ty.
Frr.m the Atlanta InJt-poedect, SUt ul(
We sre sJvised by sa efficient officer
01 the ioIice, that a terrible stiVsy oc-
currel stone ot tan houses of ill fame
in this city on Thursday i;ht lsst,
dunoc wbioh one cl the psrues was
snot dead, ana two others cut with
tniyes, one of tiieraseyerrly The tisr-
ties, three ia number, professed to hsil
T- T- .
irota leuBcasfs ine one wno was
killevT it ia aftijt wss stsyioi: for a time
st Buckheaul, 10 tbs oouaty, snd was
known, or ciiied 'Jim h s sirnsnie
i . ....
oss cot teen t.fen to us. 1 be u&nies
of the two other nsrtiea are James Da- i
via ami oun v)t)ier. It is CliSrgea
utton Day is thst he k filed the man
ashed. "Jim. Paris has net, at the
time we write, Uen arrested- Cotler is
a custody, receiving surgical attention.
Our city authorities, we learn, are in
vestigating tne anajr, ana euorts are
being made to arm t Paris,
Btrea the 1st of Sentmber. Jo5 i
oa ui oi Altrcu. iscb. tb num
ber of bales or cotton ahiPDed from
LiiariMwn, o. mo!int4 to C3,0I6.
Third Quarter! gt&tement
' OK THE
THIRD NATIONAL BANK
On ttie Vix-at day of April,
Loans sod Discounts
fitmium Accounts r"rmiura
on V. S. Bonos
10 0 Bepmerod Roods, eepoai-
ted w th Treasurer U. 8. S.noO fO
to 40 Bon's on ha ad v0 to
S-20 Bonds 100.0U) ou
U 3. Certificates of indebted
ness 12,OV) 00
0 8. 7 : Treasury Notes IT1,'M (0
snihted Voucher... .. .
Expens Account... .
sjjLt Exehanee... .. .
O-n Items unip la. Nou 266,170 to
U- . Treasury and National
K.ok Notes SSl.S'T 5
4 786 97
Surrtua Pun, ..
fr lit and Ixhw
. i,r.oo to
1 214 7
. m a a as
lnte u tHiolce .
ladi'iilual IwpOMlois a&d
Ornaea-.es ol Deposit.....
1, ft49.SU 11
I. EJar Jones, Cabier Th rd KatUna Bank of
Na hro e, do ao'rmnlf aw-ar IliU trie anoTe e'ale
nm ia true to tttt nest of my knowledge and be
lirt. Kioaa Jonsb, Cashier.
STATE OF TENNE3SEK, I
Count f of IiaTidsoD. )
8oru to and euoaoribej before me, April 2d,
18. A. C. Ni aviLL,
apS 1 Notary Hiulic.
Notice to Shippers.
FREISHT OFFICE L. A N. RalLROAD, 1
Na.Hvuxa. Aprd 1, IS06. J
HEREAFTER all freirhts for Gallatia and inter
mediate pointa, will be carrvd on the a or inn
nio'laiioo train, and muet be diiyred before 12 m
api :t 1 1 T. S. B LA 1 K, A ceriL
AUCTION SALE OF
United Slates Ship Yard,
ASSISTANT QUARTERMASTER'S OFFICE, )
Iidas Btbili, wist uw McLiHoat draur. f
XWII L expose far atls at Public Auct on on
'lUhI'Ai, April 12tb I8t4, tbe following build
ings known as the U. B, bhipYard, situate at Kdjie
neld, Tena :
1 Work Bhop, 14-1x30x17
IBS. --Iup. Sx-xll
2 (partem (aon) b.-xMi1
1 do 2xl2i9
1 do 4..XHHS
1 do Doxiiixll
1 Addiiion 12x9x7
1 do Soxvxr
1 Offior'a Quaneni, 40xlCi9
1 Tool Houe, Ii'xl2x7
I Store Houm, 4xi2xll
1 Htatile, 6x2xl3
1 WabtrClomt, I2i7iT
2 Warh-bouaee (aaeb) 6x21. Also
100,000 Feet Lnmbor, (amorletl),
97 Hlocas (saeorle-l).
1 Water-'lank and Frame,
S Cauldrons, 40glJon),
1 6 000 Lbs. Manilla Kope,
S,5o0 Lbs. 'tarred Rope,
1,101 Lbs. Marline,
Bhip Carpentara', Blacksmith's and Carpoiilei'a
Tot Is Wheel and Hand-Barrows, Grind Uinta,
Rubtier Hose, Stoves, Ranges, Torch ba.kru,
hriuk, Steawboat btage., barfre Frames, bkiia,
bpadee, BbOTele, Picka, Cari a, (apt tan Bars, Ac.
8ale to be male on the premises, commencing at
10 o'clock, a in.
Terms Cash, in Government Fund.
By order of A. K Eddy, U. B. A Depot Quar
termaster. A W. WILlJB
apnlS td Brt. Mai. aid A. Q. M.
ZETNS1VC SALE OF
QOVerillTlSIlt A rOPOriY
OFFICE ASSISTANT QUARTERMASTER, 1
CnoraiBfl aso JwuiraGa Dapor,
r aabTilie, Tenn , March '48, l&oi. J
BYor.lerofCapt A. R. E.tdf, Chief Q. M. Pep't
of Tenn , I will oftVr at public auction, at Nasb
v lie, Tenn., on THURSDAY, April ISili, Uot, a
larpelotol "Condemned Cloihing, Caiupaad bar-tii-on
bale to c mroence at 10 o'clock, am., at Ware-
houae on Market 8:r-ct, Houth f Broad sir mm, and
from there to adjourn to Warehouse on Broad street,
botweea Vine and Hili ; from there to ths Ware
bou.a corner ol Vine and Broad etreeta,
Tne following are embraced "n the I fet of articles
to be told, a complete liit of wh cli mar he pen at
my o.v, No. 17 South Market street, Mamille,
S7S Blanket. Wool and Rubtier.
2A7 Pa ra Cavalry and infantry Trowaera,
271.0 Knarmack, Haver.:ks ani I'anleea.
M7 C:iv., Infk'y and Irreg. Groat Coats.
11 " " and Artillery Jackets.
ST. Slinvel', 40. Al)
4CS.UI.I 1.1 a. oi l i'entage in hales.
Also other articles ol' Clothing, Camp and Sarri
aon Kiio p-ge.
Te.-aia Ca-b in Soverment Fuse's.
All purchiuers will bereo,mred at time of sale to
make a deposit as eecunly for finul payment ani
remeral cf (rooda.
TB1IH .1. UUX.
ajr3 Ml Bvu Maj and A Q M
Great Chancery $tle of City
Eleanor Nichol vs Wm. Nichol and others.
JV virtue of a Decree of the Chancery Court at
XJ nsHiivilie, in an .ve named cau e, we wvt oo
t e premize, on TnliKlfAY, April l'Ah, lHtC, at
11 o'clock, a. it., e il at public sale about twentv-
aevea lota, i ontiog on Je9rson, Hiuh and Vine
Sireclii, and running bark lo twenty fret alleys.
Many of ihe loia are moel eligible silea for ptore
hau-fa and lwllinip, and orfor a rare opportunity
to secure a good business stand, a borne or a good
.ove'uiieni oi capital.
Terms cashi balance 6, 12 and IS months cre
dit, urn iniereei from date, with aatinlactory seou
my, and lien raame i.
Um tubuses and collation tree as usual.
M. B. HU WELL, CAM.
J. L. R. W BaoM, A2rnta.
F 11. In artditioa to the above we will sell about
taeiity-fitc, other Hta beloncioc to Cantrel and
otnera. onSpiuse, Jetleri-oo aurt Mclmoie.
spu t s J.LiH w. d., Agants.
Wholesale) and Retail
S. SICKLES & GO'S,
40 COLLEGE STREET,
WK are da-!y receiv n? and opening our large
apd elegant atwk of
which we will sell
Lower than tho Lowest.
Our atock Conaints in ran of Calicna an.l rmnua.
ties, nieacnea and rtrnwu bhsetms; and blurting,
French aud Heoteh titivhauiM. K,a.-k and Fancv
Buaa, urenauins mall colors, 1'oplinaand Jloatn
o M14 an styles Ol
New and Fsshionsblo
Lace Mantillas ani Shawls. Silk Cloaks aad Cirnn.
larii, 8is, Jscoaet, and Mull, fianaooik Muslin,
ni:anunee, Maraeu.es uuta.
A Is -re stock of Tab! a Linen. Towela. S.inem and
Vorrtd laoie-Covera, Fiano Covers, Inaa Linene,
voumb uim - er, c
There can a'ao be found a well selected stock of
(JEST'i FCUMSD15U GOODS,
Such as Fnnch, English and A nutrias Carstmera.
dtacK uoesam ana oroad tlocoa,
boou, Shots, bats.
Come oae, rerte all. and eramiie nor sto-k he
fore rtironisinl elseahare. Kioreaslv do we rail
ill attention ol Oounlry Merchants, ai aa are do-
leriiniiwi w sell
Cheaper thin any Houst in ths City.
(iire us a trial, and aatiil'y yourself.
9s SICKLES ft CO..
4i Coliepa HLrmL
hsoa-.a Hi .'ns,')
(icoa.il Mi-LkMS, SSaleimeo.
Blacking and Ink.
Butler's Premium Blacking,
IN Tia Boies, quality uniform and acceptaraa
W "h Oie exception, tbe eal ef this brand i . the
irtHt in the Weal. lr redu.-l, and diacooats
lit ra at w noleaale. Kaeuir 3K Viae street, t'ok
Tn i. h. bUlLtK. aBac
Butler's MLOil Blacking,
ASIFf OIL PirTE, IN GLS3S P0T3. The
1XL is the moat werV-t Fo'ish hl-kin. m
U. couatry nuai to tl-e Kiencb Blac king liav-
. .-.w in, usua. tuaouiy Of Ull It excels all
nr Fulish Klai k nir aa a lasth
- J T iub 1 IK I DDat .
THOi. 0. HC1LKR, Ageot.
Butler'g WHtlng Fluids.
A JK K offered m bolj l at low pnc.
may iMr Of AmftHTU mUJ II' ;( U I , Uti IB IM
" w nr t l&revr nti thin Atr-.r hrst.i t-
t, r. V. ...-a . ' '
J AH. J. bLTLER, Agent.
Martina Ink and Mucilsoa.
rtrij-a is im p
Cotton, Tobacco Factor
Fonrardlng aad CeEinlisIofl
Ko Broadway, between Froat and Market Streets
TTTTLL aneed promptly to fiUaif ordars rorSoclh-
era Mrchanta. and kmo-uuIi. miiai
aisiroecia hora or.harn Merchaata.
Our motto it omck aaieaaaJ uRunni suhms
- M.'T. AiAsiAUt. I
Great Public Sale of Lots
OUX eeccud Public Rule of theae beautiful Btu'ld
uij Low will take place, m pursuance of a de
cree of the Chancery Ooart, OB WSDMuSHAV.
Aprd inh, at 11 o'clock, a.m., on the pmni
sea, eommencitig oa the coraer of Casilemaa street
and tne ituanon like. These lots present rare ad
nnxtgri as Building Piles and for manufacturing
and otner purposes. We bare sold at pr.rate aalrs
at a larjr advance ob the prices obtain d at prjDlc
sale ra Deectcoet last. 1 hene lota front nasally 60
tet ea h, rtinn eg tack 13o tt to conTeo-eat alleys.
Terma can, balance oa a credit of six, twelve,
eiehteea and twenty lour months, for notes tear
log interest entb satisfactory seventy, etc. We be
rprax a larce att.nd.nce at -his frreat sale of most
eligible and deairabiecity property.
OmuiUtee and Ccllat oa as nana).
M. B. HOW ELI, G. 1 SC.
T. W. EaaSES, Aoctiouear.
J. LIHW. BROWN, Apt
Barch3l Jut tiyt L'ntcaatetreet.
LEVY & CO.,
Union S tre 8t, Nashville,
TT AVK jast receirnd their Spring and Summer
11 oooda, in eudieae rar.aty, conauiiing ot Aiuer.
icaa, xngi.an aad rreocn
Bleached and Brown Domestics,
From 3 4 to 10 4 wide.
ALSO A LARGE LOT OF
LawnB of, various kinds, r Uin and fancy ; Insh
L ppos; ewry yariety of Uualirs; Poplins of all
aind9, DiacK ana wniie. also a large lot of
Hosiery and other fancy Goods,
la fact, erary thing usually kept in a Dry floods
our. an oi wirr.n were pjrenaaea arier tne re
rent decline, and are offering them cheaper than
uib coeaptsfK 10 uie i.uy.
Laiiiets ia the city and i;initTare resnectfullT in-
Tited to examine their Goons brfore making their
purchases elsewhere as they hue asupenor slock,
uu gma isugaiua imj ue liau.
Country Merchants riaitine; the City to lay in their
supplies oi Dry oooas, are lntttea lo kits us a call
before matin their purchases, as we feel confident
we can maae it to weir interest to deal with oa.
Don't f jrget
No. 15 Union Street,
Ths only place for Great Bargains,
15 Per Cent. Investment.
TTTE offer for sale those deiralle Br ck Dwel.
lings, Nos. 17 and 19 Summer street, between
Church and Broad, containing eight rooms in each,
(in rx llent repair), beside basement and email
brick dwellirjrs ou tbe rear ailfy Thia Taluable
property will nesold fir cash at figures that will
pay me porenssor la per cent, on toe investment.
s ppiy at once to
J. LIS. W. BROWN. AU.
mar.TO-lw Union atree.
CORPS OF ARTISTS
Will bare the Rvnor of appearing before the public
ot xsi A.Bti v x asasi;, i r two days on y
TUESDAY A1IO WKORE8DAT,
April 10th and 11th.
For Pictorial description S'e Mammoth Bill Board,
ioiuc L.uiou Miu oumispr Mreeis.
This Troupe will b headed
by the greatett
Orator and Performer, on
the American Continent.
Caaiello's inimitable per-
ormiig HUFsian idorae
Bis Thoroughbred Trick
His omio Pony "JAN
UARY," and hia educaed
Dan castellc. wili execute
his Flying Leap for Life,
erery afternoon and even
- The Great Moral Kxhibi-
The Mauairet baa, at great
expense, oi.utined the ser
Ticae of Herr Lenzer, the
Lion King, together with
bis Wrnleifal Lions and
Ihis einibUion will take
place m the ling, thereby
Ki nug .mtora aa opportu
uiiy oi nanng a period
tie of Iheae " Lords of
the roreet" brfure Herr
Lender enters the den.
"I he company comprises
pome oi tne naeet per
formersmale and female
eitner ia Europe or
America, eoarisUna i f
queair.an Vauilers, Ac-
roonia ana uymnsets
1 an. CaMelto and Mr.
Cnarlee Parker, tne two
great Clowns, will appear
iu eery performance.
OlA corps of Ushers are
etK$ceo to seat our pa-
uuu-, ana tae pnciic may
be assured teat the strict
est order and decorum will
oa presert ed.
raicta or acaiasioa.
Umiwift. 1 on
Colored Peep e 76
Qx receipt of One Dollar.
I Kill furnish nnnleH lidriLMiiiTii bssbk in. ... I
son can w-'quire a oostaese aaapteu oo'n lo clues
and ylliages, and by whe:h they can secure a hand
some inoome. Imalids. erea, eaa do well hi it. as
u is no peuuirr anaT, nut a nusinesa tnat is highly
respects! le. Five dollara will buy erarsthjoB ne
cessary to commence the bosineea with, and to
more than pay Uie expense of getting established.
Tbe artictee eaa be procured almost anywhere, or,
if e.wel., is.i I e&n h-ent.h IIimii ' 1 ,1T-ltl
J- NkKtua, o. 134 brand street, Iew York, (up
Lau i mora im.
HQVELTY MACHINE WORKS.
J, T. Mackenzie & Go.,
ENGINEERS AND MACHINISTS.
K. 1? Deaderick Street,
WILL sttenl ts the ereotiag of ail kinds of Ma
eh'iwry. Milis. Oil We Is. Kni ns mmA h.
rhiaery furaished oa ths nasi o! terms. Airenta for
ine rvieoraiea swam net, aieam fio sta, Od
Machinery of J. B. Mooaey.of Cincinnati. P.rw.n.
wisniug to purtnaia wotua ao wall lo consult oa,
aaweUiink weoan snrotrmod.le them, all
ehinery lmght ot na will rare our per ooal alien
boo ia the .ruction of II. We are still is ihm K.
ine MacinB huaine-a. aad haaa anm. b ..k.u
left lhat w il be a id er cheap. We also aunJ
o ths eocal Ketubrng Huaineas, kar F.uiaii
Be l Hanuim, brass Fouadiai. eie?
City Bhoo Store,
CPP3SITE THE ST. CLOUD HOTEL.
WHX pay aareg retiu fcr clean Cotton Kara, hi
quaatioes of loo or mn
p,d tjr old bajjpa, Woolaa&sfi, Cotioa waata.
a SO . S. C0K.MB rrjBUO BQUAWC.
; I t i l l
No. 23 Cherry Street,
H. V. BASSETT,
HAS NOW IN PERFECT OBDER A FISE
Building adjoining hia
Xo. 36 Cedar Street,
Which contains a large Xlarber Hhop,
TEN BATH ROOMS
alt of which are fitted np and furniahed ia the best
The Klcep'ns Rooms can be engs.zed by gentli
men not wi. Inn? to step at a Hotal. and ul their
ueata mi uum to vuit ttieir conreuience.
HOT, COLD A.n 8UOWKU
B -A. rJO Ii S
at all hours. The Barbers are all Whin Mm. and
the beat that could be procured in fiew York and
Connected with this well known House ia a Sea-
where guests can be furnii-htd with all articles
nececsary lor a complete outat.
H. V. U. ha imported a larce slock of !h mnst
rtdurche Perfumeries direct from i'aria, thmugh
uid ui is iiuw iura. mar7-U
FIRST HATfOHIL BA1IK,
Financial Agent of United States
Capital Stock paid In .- -Surplus
or Contingent Fund
T ECKIVK9 Depoiite and makes Collections on
JLty an acceesi Ola points in the United .State.
Gold, Silver, and Uncarrent Money,
Bought and Sold.
Eoaaca H. Haaauox. I Caaa R Piaaaa.
A. A. HaNroas, I Js. 6. Oonti,
M. Dtaar, Hinet L. Juxaa.
J Alt Ci OGDK.V, Cashier.
A. B. BAsiFORD, President
H. J. JAMIbOX. Aast. Caahiar.
a. a. aaaa.
Formerly ot Commercial
Formerly of beaaaee
East Sid Publio Squire,
HARE & ROBERTS, Proprietors.
TTAVINa ieaM4 this w.U known Horl for a
AX term er years, and harms thnrnnirhlw ma iu i
uu lannuaatii . w are now enabled to aocom
modateitie trare ing uublio in aa anod stile n
other house in the country , it has long been said
uut neenaMe was greatly in need of a good hotel.
a iiaving toe niw ceuinw and largeat bouse in
uiecuy, we are determined to mate it eecoad to
none. Oar chargne will at all t roes be aa lu as
can posricay oa aaorued.
arijm HARK A KOBERTi
Gas Filters, Plumbers, si
igentt for Morris, Tasker & Co.'i
leiefirated Wron?ht Iran Gu
and Water Toblog,
Lap-VVelded Fluej, Coal Oil,
an waouaau aaauas ia
Tinners Plumbers. Gas-Fiiiers,
Coppersmith's Stock and Material,
aUllroad SupptlM, lc.
For Sale Cheap.
PP A. HENUV.
Baarfl-lt; rre.Ktt0aeeL.A5. ILR-LepoL
OFFICE ASSISTANT QUARTERMASTER,
abHvau., Ts , llaiuat s, f
IWILLenVrfcr sale at Pnhlie Auction, st ths
Fraakhn bhors, on the tih day cf April next,
commencing at 10 o'clock, ajxt , tne foiiowing ar
ticles of Machinerr:
8 Couplings, for Line ghart.
1 Sieim k.n.ne, 1 xls c'yim.ler, Borsa Power.
I do do ni do
1 do do ixlt do
5 Jocmai Boxes,
. 1 Centre, I teet.
S Post fiuugera, Boxes and Bolts.
10 do cn liEssoat'..
4 Lathes, Eagine, rhgtt h-a-1.
1 do double head.
1 do hand, steal:, with iron shears.
1 do do do do wooden shears.
1 do Pattern Makers.
i R inch Fu leys, bored and tamed.
1 9 dt do do uj
4 12 do do do dj
1 14 do do do oo
4 15 do de do do
3 IS do do do do
1 2U do do oo dj
1st do do do tio
1 VS do do Uo do
14 Cone PulleTS.
1 16 Ml lion Planer.
1 4 lot h do
1 Street do
1 do do
JPO do Lias Shart'DR.
11 do 3-' , do
tl Machine 'I'spa.
S ProdiK.ing T J; to 6 inch, i in. ViKt.
This Machinery ia of the best iiteros, ani ail
in good condition.
Persons wishing to examine it rw',.re the day ot
- " r vti.u m i lit. rranail&niiopa.
ierms Cash in Government Funds.
by order of t'api. A. K. Kddy, Ca.ef Q. M. Dept.
of X ennesaee.
mr-IJ prt. 5Imi.
ari l s. M
BY direction of the Secretary of War all the
Building Materials, Mam Eu(rius, Machin
ery, Toote, Iron, Coppt-r, Luml-r, an I stores oi
Tanoua kinds, which were ci iiwted at Ma.va, ti.,
by the Confederate ortrnmnt. tnr ip... r..n,.n
and prniiictotf ration cf a iarje Armory, Laoo-
TOOLS, MACHINERY AND MATERIALS
crllected frm Iron Works and Armories iu the
States nt AlslMina and (jeorgia, ill be sold at l i lt-
Amoni the articles to he sold, are
S.nio lbs. Copper, pigs.
42 uoti lbs. Copper, lounj lod.
38.1W) lbs. Copper, bar.
M.UO Ins. Copper, aheot,
aw.itio lbs. W roupht Iron, liar and rod.
fi"0 loas Pig Iron.
.. 750 .'oos Ct .ros unserriceaUe shells.
61,000 Ibj, Leid, pigs.
4V00 lbs. T.n, block and sheet.
4,0 w Ihs. Chiiia, crane and rnu o
15,ul yards l.,tn-C tk.ti, Englnti Berge, oil
ed and enameled.
Si Oft lbs. Powder.
8,oou feet Belting, gum ani leather, assorted
2PJ Mach nes, DrilN, Planers, Millinir. Fi'rew
cutung, tteain and Trip tlaitiu,e:s,
Harness. Saddle. Horse K:n nm.ni. 1,, !
mu m. or, accoutrement, f.lsokts, Waaon and
un Carriage lrous, 35 uuserriceat) e Canon i-on
sndbronza, so broken tiun t 'jvnugn, Laboratoiy
Suiressud Mater ale, ere Tins uew) for sprm.
field Mustew and Coin KeTolvera, aad aa .-sort-atxnt
of Paints and Uils.
The attention of Northern buyers is railed ti this
saie, wntcn is a large one, and of valtuWe pmiienv
run prmedCataiomiea or the nn.t.irt, i-. uv.i
can be obtained from the Chief ,.f rHnn.c t
sanmeion, u. u .and from the Commamlin il
cer of tae Augusta Arwnal, tieorxia.
this aale wui commence oo
Wednesday, April 4. 1HOO.
and cent mi eTery day until a' I the cro-jertr ii
Terms cash, in UaitedEtatescorrency.
I'. W. FLAGLER.
Cnpt. Ord , Bvt.Lt. Col.. Com. Aiiirtnta
(losing Sale at Anctlou
Subsistence Stores and Property
a l miu iepot, ruaanrnie, Tenn., Apr I Silt, at
JM. loam., precisely, conKisungo: Uaudies, Hour,
hije.Beana.Aie. Putter, ttc . a hu-tre on.niii
Hops, and akout j.ism n-iunds Pi o: Hre.d. Count.
"tu r.aiiorin scales, areliotle Triu'Ua, tirli,e
iwa, catres, uiooej vnasis, i aoieM, Lnairs, 1 stter
rrmwOT, omrfw, rips, w aier iooiers, waterlai's
Water bpnukiers, tiiekory Brooms, (new) Straw'
Krooms, (new) Mops, (new) Bulcheu, Ltni, s.
Lamp Wica, I'andUstk ks, Nfest Haws, Ilutcher
hnies, Meat Hooka, steel jariis, Koitesand Forks,
Cotfte Mills, Cortee Houera, China Hates, Kaitha
riaiee. now is, etc., linriales. Tin tkoope, Kuu
nela, Measures (aorted). Dry Measures, (assert
ed), Axes, bp&dea, KhoTela, tarfienteia', Cooers'
an I Blacksmiths' Tools, Paulms, clialk, Biiioi.
Bunfr btarters. Tap Horers, Kimim, Vhilea-n
Brushes, OueCom hheiler, (in sood order), etc.
Terms Cash in uovernmunt h uu.l-v.
M. V. SMALU
l'.a. Col. m l c a
Extensive Sale of
BY order of Capt. A R. Eddy, Ch ef Q M. Bn't
of 'lenneasee, I w 11 otter ai PuUw Auction, oa
Uiasiteol the oouthern half of the Taylor Iepo',
corner ol Summer and Iiemuabmne streets, Nah
Tille, IVon , on TUfctilMV, Annl Mth, lsiW, at
o'clock, a m , irre entire remains of the great nre
of June nth, 18n, consiftint; of Bone and Muix
Bhoes, Cut, Wroutjht and horse Shoe Nails, cut
and WrooKhtrit ikes, Ac, Ac., niskiag in the vs're
eate upwarda of two million (il oi.uii nniit,... .
old Iron. '
Terms Ca-h in GoTernment Fumla. A hbend de
posit will be riuircd from pure !,. rs.
v. A. w A i WRIGHT,
CsoUinaniChf. Asl. O. M. Di pt oi leua.
AUCXIOH SALE OF
Lumber and Material.
ASSISTANT giHRTERMASTKRS OkFICE, )
CEtiaa siiur, wrsr or McLaMuaa.
I WILL expose for sale at Public An-tion, on
Monday, April th, 1st;, the following OoTbrn-
luent Property :
At It o'clock, a.m.. corner I'herrv an. I
1 Build ng, Sx:oil7.
" ea.-h, M'iJO, xM
4 " M, sxio, till,
t " 8'itaiiii.
1 " 21, fexif), IxIL
At 11 o'clock, .m., Front anU BroaJ 6treets.
1 Building. 32x24.
At 11.30 o'clock, a.m., rear of Xo. 110 North
Cherry Street, near Gay.
1 81ab!e,M, 8i2T,
At 11.45o'clock, a m , TJ. S. Shop Xo. 3. VXar-
ket street, between Line and Gay.
1 Building, 142, 4x28, 3.
At 12 o'clock, m., Front and Whiteside ts.
1 Forage Honse, lslx), s.
At 2 o'clock, p.m., at Taylor Yard. Ilich
ni, aouiu oi ieiuuinoraue.
100,fOO feet Lumlier, (sasorted )
Jill (,lz.d Sa:-ih
60 Panel Doers.
Sal Marnle Waahstands, Ac, Ac.
Hale to be made oa tne premi.es.
lerms Can ie ukia rnmsni Ktinda.
by order of A. K. Addy, U. U. A. Chief Q. M. D'pt.
f Tennessee. r
A. W U'TI l a
msrSl Id flaw B,t. Mai. and A. o s
OFKICE ASSISTANT UARTERMA8TKR
NaauvtLta, Ta., March lata. '
T wI'.L offer for sale at Pullic Auction, at Ih
a rntDKUD nnoD. .Mali fil e. Tenn ii.u
u oeai, comweucing at IU o ciock, a m
4 CooKJDg Kangea,
12 .Store '1 rucfcj,
1 Spring Waiioo,
7jU Mead lialtera. Breast. Raar'en sn,i .....i
, .7.' r . n l Br"t iMra( ; tswidea
a i vaioeuwita and Miacksmi h s To ns, ol
" rarious ciner aniclee u
numerous to u.ent.on.
Terms Cseh, t.Trrnmcnt Ftteds.
liy order of Cap, a. K fcddy, V. S A
Chief j. m.,'u. of T.
P"' ' Brt. Ma,', and a' w"m.
TTTR w II sell en the
tiie rrem'sea. to tl
bidder, liuleasis.ld al orivale aale
lime, at lo o'clock, a-m , on .
SATURDAY, APRIL 7, 1SC6,
that rery TsJnable and dnsiraUe property on Sum.
Tho Late Residence of J. IL SWANN
One of tht most yaluabie and leKant rewdencej in
1 EaMs litis third ca.h. and th. t-i.n.
7""- ioMitn seruntT will be raoior
"'"''' and tbe casa pnytm-ut will ajt bs
requmu w oe made uatil Uw puichaas-r trim po.
I1L UH SMir.DI tn ans-ku. m.mm ,h.,.,,r
fers U-lnre Ihe OmT cf aria to nr 11,. m. I.r.
nxned, and if Ibe amount ottered ts la.nu'd u-
cieni, wewm mk a dl to the profsiriy.
nURALKM. H VRKlriOM, I r I'm Of
JL- J. MllkKIS. I J. M Sa.iin
IIbvt la&t! Horn Ceitortd.'!
Just At'rtAeJ riiesrrtSf Enrr!,p. P.f.sirem,
ALECTUKB on the natural treat-noat, and Kl.
a-al enre of i"irtris!orrhasi, or nominal Weait-
aevs, Involuatary a-mieaioas, toeaual Ietauty. aad
luiiedtmels lo Marriage faeermliy ; Nerrou- n--s,
Oonsumpuon, pilt?Mj, an 1 r'tia ; Menial a vl rliT-stratia-ai.n-iiy,
riili.nd from f-if atsise, a.-., i,y
Hobt. J. Calteiweli, M. l) author of tne ttrcot
A Basta lo Iheaaaale of SaVerer."
Sent tinder seal. Insr'a.n n,.ir tn . L.
dreaa, poml part, oa rix.p ol six cenw or teo
poatae sumps, CfkUAal U.,
IT ktswery. Rear Yerh, Ha OlhVe Boa 4,.
LATHRQP. LUDISfiTOS 6 CO,,
830 Hrcadway, IsTew Yo k
J laiiera, at the Iowa
sod Western lehbers ani ra-
lowaat market ,nss
A Ten )m and attraetiye stock of Dnu
Cic'-ba, Notions, fiosiaty, While Qoeds, Ac
io iKB eon
B. fl. TflOHMOH,
HAT AI CAP STORE,
Ladies' and Gents'
No. 28 Charry Street,
P. F. SALTSWAN,
Corner College nud Tnlou uin
ni erf or.nvtni-m hu bevii Btud:a for th
biw fa of the pubiic. It has only to be to b
mprn ufed. it iii at' ou vn fir, with bio Tui
Knom fur the LAtiinn. autt tru a tfit hts r a
to jieKe will bapprciitl ty h n pHtron. Wa
Ar in rH-ipt of m new lot n Aibunrj, l arre
iSu lie inni nw fiyl, and, s herirtcr, mil
kMp a mrtnt of Ui'i and Koewood Kraoies, i!Ut-
mav tor urae t'icuir, suori a-j
mm a . .
N. B. PartionUr ttrt cn v rn to Cm vmr act
coiarg djk, ramt of, lo., tn every it?Ie.
Cail mad te befcr Roing eUewhitrrt.
Kfmembr th d'sW 4Virn-r ef rniltr anJ
Union Jtreetn. ovtsr Uie Lrtun biure.
AYhoIesale and Retail
No. 19 South side Pullic Square,
f T AVE ALU A Id ON BAND A LAkutt tllUCJi
J. I ol
at very low Bauree.
( Bt.is Ijnseed OIL
6 Ooal UiL
For sale low, by
Btl Tanners' Oil,
, " Castor nil,
1 " bweet Oil, .
KWLN A PKNfiLaTO.1.
800 Sett White Lead,
Urn. Am. Yellow Urhrs
b" Fronrh Yellow Uchre,
liO Chrome Green, drv.
lot) Yellow, dry,
- M " tncl.
All binds of Faiata and Paint h.-wkn.
7or aaie kw, tj JiWlA A Ht..iiJtT0.
V A ItN IS il AO.
i Bb a. Copal Varnisn, 1 Kb! Japan Vaealeri.
H - Coach - l - K.ewrtu
One barrel Elarti Leather.
For sale low, by i.WlM A fKNoLJC TTraj.
1 Bids Alcohol, M per cent.
" " 7 per cent.
M Pronf Hmnls, . .
? m ;'"'TLPure-'alaa.reas.
. ..... riu. u OIUUT,
1 Holiao-i lain, .
Pure Pen, Madeira, and Hherry W.neji, '
For aale low. by JtWLM A PkAt-UCTOW.
Drake's Plantatioa bitWra,
Uosttter'a y.imarh "
Koorhaae's Hot. and
itor.rbuid's tserman M
For sale low, by tl.N A TZX L'l.KfvX.
18 Kegs Soda, Bhl Hlqestoaa. '
1 tail Ma.-ai.oy PnufJ 1 " Cudue7
4 Hills Epsoio Salts, m Lhe tichinal
a.i t l- rf."i i!'l,iier K""" "m i aVtar,
. L! " I'.rimsioos,
4 r-t is Oopperaa, " Hour Hulpiiu',
jnirla a"' X W1N Pt-N i'L-t-'1 oX
Mlataa Iron Worts for Sale,
aMK SloclthoMsrs ha.ii e so rllrsrlel, t!,a Pre-i-osnt
wmi or!r sa, DroDom r..r
cu lit nr-i 1 ii.iay ,n Aprd neat, ie Ati.r.t on.'
less sold at i-P.aa- sale t.lore I hat day. Tiu. oris
l-ny is Iocs! mi ao m:l, abr a,i... .. r'Z
.Us. of the Wewrn A Atuar.tic Railroad. Tnere is
P.. acres or land, a reasouaiae port of ,1
fsrn.,n laud and the balance yaiuatli, tjf m.MJmtut
mneraia i!d, eoi.ncr and ir. ik
secm.nn to be .ueih.tt,subie, and tne rr.r or. bs.iNi
'?"J 'o heal ,a it-m world. 'I jh. c.r,i
r ..,. mini ani ir-j w.rraa are on y .nv.
hail nulc irom the .i j .
Iriofc.wnieh riiraali .... . . .. .
ha:f of ire Lage ol Ailaioona oc ook u, tha pro
prty. borne ol ihe l, na. i,.J
a"oTsi, otnsrs damaimd, ..I trie worum atortt
bina' entin-iy dcs'.r.iya.!, otnera dama,ff.i, aj u,
"Z.ni i Is-.uk Pi, and a ma,.,riiT of in
stoca it.ljrrs IsMcir rri. il in rnmu. bv t:.a r...
ss or war, ham determined tha eompany to meil
rstnsr iisa aui-mpl, under Uie cir- unu-uneaa iu
latrniatu.a in datall eaa be nmcnM a. ........
Trustee's Sale of
res.du in one and two ti. J .
w,ih ,r,d ac-uty r,oU;ri, M , , ;,
J.XJ. o. t,i.V., Iniaiee,
rpHK ariora mentioned sale is noa'is.ni i
J.V. a WLVi. Trustee.
Ty K in.i. Propo-ria for Lh. reenodiw tf M
v, JJ- ra-d.oc oa Vine m'riL
lane at spec stations eaa be sr..
oomerof Church and ii r mtrmm,.
at our bXcw,
willmt, Hi! TELL A CO.,
AA:iil.U aad tuii Jf.ruj.ue.re.
BT rrtn. cf a Deed of Tra-t rra.1. tn m as Trus.
m book i pp. . 4 !1. 1 w II, oo MAI 1 HUA u .
miidaref March ncit . . ""Ay. lb.
in. r. ' " aa.-.OB
r. w"..n mun-r a.sposed of at tor- ..is
lZJT " """"' fr"B- hi. ,,n
CHERRY STRJSZT BSTWKEN CDAR GAY
W. T. H.a,eu
Kichard JladdM-m .
Bmsmd Sight of ihi i,nenc.BCo.1.n
Whowril appecr aaSSTK SWAP aad 8.AX PaTCS.
TarsJaj Evcnin;, April y, ises.
W :1' be prf senl 1
THE YANKEE INcuilAi
Or, Tacoa'a Justice.
Stth Swap M Taakee Lor,..
OVEKTl'RE ! !. ; CRCfltSTRA
To conclude wits
HAM PATCH IX PKANCK,
SATURDAY AFTERNOON. APRIL 7.
Admission 50eet. Childran as
I oon open at 2 o'clock.
AiTaianow or Tiae. Doors open at to T; Cur
am naee at Si to .
rrlca of Admiaalon.
Dree Circle and Parqaetla..
l-i: rate ,,,,
PREPARE FOR SPI1LVG!
SHIRTS L11DET0 ORDER
AXD BCT Y0TR
QUEEN & GREEN'S.
juneil 43 CULLKtiE dTRKT.
mm. a. uiai
La?9 bit. Xn r
late Mni. WK
A'cy. J. is. Civ.
H. TOMPKINS 6 CO.
Cornrr Chrrry and Cr Jar Strrtts,
e are prepared to collect
flilras against the fciorcrnnien!
Fur Proprrty takrn by the Army,
Foraial &.IuroruiaI Vuuchcn,
AUBEAliS OF TAYAD TENSIONS,
I'reeare lettleiaeaai fee OCaers srltai Vtm
airuaj ay raamrasios TO
vu,. v. .Liu.'..
I Hon.I'atidL.Xirus Judge Supreme Court, V.a.
tin. O ...I. . . 4 ....!. . Cauhu.. U.. A ltl..A..
noa. v m. u. nnrwniow, ocremor or laanosiiea
tUiK- oien. Jaa. P. Browolow, Adj. liea. State ol Ian
Eon. 11. M. Brieii, NashTille. '
Hoa. Wm. Nathaniel Baxter, Nashfitia.
Bon. Jo. C. Guild, Maahtiila.
Boo. John Hupb Jmith, Naah fill,
P. W. Maxey, (., Nashrlla.
Mesera. Moms A Btratton, Nashville.
Messrs. Eians A Co., Nati tills.
Mimrod Tcrter, Clumtaa, Tan a.
mneU 1 tf
Travelers and Shippers
Nashville and the East.
: Atlantic t& Great Western Railwa
Is now in It.ll aui tucreeaful operatioa
From t'Incllanat! to New York.
And ia ths only direct route to the)
Oil Hogio:ia of Ponaaylyanie.
Connections are made w.th the
JetJeraontille aad Obte A Miwaa ppl VsilraU. ra
JedVraMT Ue aad Indiana pone A CoL R. X., na Ur
baoa; Lootsnlle and Lei aal fcy. Central . R , yia C e-
17. 8. Mail I me Summers yia Cioriuatl.
Two ThriDugh Trains Daily
Passengers by tl e Broad (luaga Railway
wi,i wUi A rumivriiiLi cx. uum:i Uw tMi u.
i urouaUi TickaUs had iJ-u-eur Charka ru
ctire.1 at all Uie prni'ipm i ru and feiau.!ior
othcra iu Loikavuie and ihebouin.
l. M. LAHKM, IJn l Supt.
. F. FULLER, beneral 1'uiut mjui. .
tV . A. fK T. r'asiMH.u.r Avnnt-
D,,,i lf No. 1 toi)ns ml., Halml.e. Taou.
JOHN J. EPCAHH,
Wines, liquors 'Cigars , Tobacco,
M. IS BOU-.-H BIDS BROAkWAT.
I Nashvillo - - Tennessee.
W HhiU prim, New Orleans Soger,
. f eo aa Porto Kn-o atuar.
' do do CubaaiiKar,
40 h acre la Cirahaa and fowderad tiumt,
'0 do Oraumated miirar,
1 ' do A. aad B. Coil-, duyara,
lr" do C sitra assorted brau u,
last do Y. low ougar,
40 Pss R o tirlse,
XU slaui Jaa Ooijee.
!r ao bAiiii a CcUae
lo rt, a Otni(e:t
P haaa ,Mls.sa
la. IWa Pepoer,
to barrels MarkeraL
s-i yi U-is lo ' '
o Kilm tlo
I " botes Hoap,
6 do Dutch,
""' C-iisrs, asaot td Brands
I o boias lau-ilan 1
, 1 do Ku-iwa,
" f Case. Barduna.,'
! Ur, Pii-rsu.,
" Nts i-nrai.
'? b!T!s Rr.briso Connty Wh.aky,
Vi ,o Kye
lii ds Wtift..l Wh,.k.
4 Casks H.nae-iey Brari.iy,'
do Otard. Ltipoy A IK. '. I
i O.f u
i" car.ia Appie biaal
, IM) Ol 1,
l do trm,S
tu.riy VI. mm.
I a store, aad for aale at
No. 35 Broadway,
- - TENN.
10 Union Street.
X7a; HAVE hial rvrd aad are now opeaua
a ir,.nj well sa.er-ted an- a ol
bi.MfUiMli.a'd, LAlJlta' aas thiLtkiM'a
Boots i Slides,
of all kiada, ie wba-h we reect:ry call the aitea
boa of our toeo-is aad tne puD-.ic geoerajw aopiLg
by a acrw-l eiMouoa to bua'neaa, and by medateM
pneaa, o merit a share of Uir pairocaa.
THoLfaoM A FaUL,
tmotH-U M L aiuaaueat.