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XASHYILLE OIOX PBISTISC CO.
SCKDAY, APEIL 8, 1SC6.
ARRIVAL iSD DEPARTURE OF THE TRADiS.
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OUicoalBt. CfcaiimlioU-l, frutlti Market
Arrival and departure of the Xoknn-illcand
lavea Nailmlle on Tuwly, 1 humJsy an.l 8at-
" .liy aud fnaay. Oilica at Ciiy UoWl, '
lunrloiiatl. Oblo.-Ouatpa H. Quib, i
cur aulbon4 ax'-nt to r-iT- adfaiUuwnta and
auljacriUoiu lor Ida KnJiiilJ liii.
Xew Orleana, I..-F,owm E. OvraAiL. ol
ll.e Couiniarcial Reading Kooir, u our autbonttd
awnt lownn aJrtiaea-iU and uuacnoo
lur tha Skiuhit-'U Unun.
Alf mphla, Tf nn.-D. H. T.'o ft Co. ara
our Wutl.er.id aDU to tce,T ad. rtimeuU
and antcript;oitt for ttaa HattriUe I'mun.
Joaa Hoopaa ft Co . Publisher' Aganta. 41 Prk
Ho. New York, ara aulhorun-d lo contract for ad
yrrUaing in our pair.
Jot. Coa ft Co , PuUiahera1 Agnt, Tribune liuild
ing, iiw lork. and Biown'a Iron BmldinR, riiiia-dell-'bia,
ara aullinnied lo contract for adarticin
lu our paper.
B. M. rirnmaiii ft Co , PuUirbera1 Agnts S7
Paik Row, New York, and blalf Ktr-t, boBlon.
.re auUioriaed to contract tor adrliinK m our
,jL , Jon Orrici. Waaxe executing eyery
deacription of plain and fancy Job fnot
icg in tbe neatest ty le, and al th loweat
I ntea, at thia ofBce.
- Marriai; Liceneea aud every description
cf Law iilauka for aale at tuia ollice, or
printed to order.
rartie. sending Ordira to th Jol.
Departmcnl of lUia Paper will l'eae
w rite " l!nioo OlBce" on the race ol
" ...men. Milk Ticket! (iiintnd
jj!!i"?iaiity, f.r ale at thin oQioe.
aw Bala a!
thia Office, one ,:ood aecond
Will ba aold ptmap lor cab.
Sravirt at tut Cathedral To-Dat . High
' mass will t celebrated at tbe Cathedral at
half past eleven o'clock, this morning. On
which occasion tbe choir, in which ia repre
sented aome of the very best vocal taleut in
tbe city, will repeat at tbe request of many
who heard it on Easter Sunday, tbe beauti
fil and JiiKiit sjlerou mats of C. M. Van
Webers in "0." The Soprano Solas are
exquiaite, and the sweet voice of Mrs. Hard
imparts to them an additional charm. We
are certain that all who heard it last Sun
day are pleased lo hear of its repetition, aud
th.t othera will avail themselves of this op
pirlunity to hear it. The Bcnedlcttu ia tbe
most aoul-stirrtng passage of aacred music
we ever l.slentd lo, and there is nothing in
the eutire catalogue of alto Si, lo excel
tbe ess that begins tbe niagniliceut "Anui
I'd." On last Sunday thia part was sung
by Miss Charlotte Doberty, andlier sweet
voice modulated with fine taste and feeling,
railed forth many complimentary expres
sion, of admiration after the service was
Prof. Chas. T. Beatimaa will preside at
Mi s. B. that is to be, will mingle her voice
with tbe others, aud that, we are sure will
charm every one with its eweeloest and
power of expression.
Chamber of Commerce.
The following firms were represented at
the Chamber yesterday:
Davis, Veoabla A Co., M B Pearce, 8 A
Medary, II S Baleman, D D Denton A Co,
C B Parsons It Co, Tcrrass Bros, M X Tar-tiit-le
A Co, A A Bpeccer A Co, Dickey A
f mith, W 8 A L Parks, J Tobe Brown, J J
MeCaun, M T llagan, Nashville Uuion,
The following diapntche were received:
Naw Yoaa, April 7, lj N Gild 27',.
Cotton, mre aellors than buyers at 38
Dry Goods firm.
CiscmKATi, April 7. Market quiet; lililo
doing; quotations unchanged.
St. Loris, April 7. Flour $ 75. Corn
5S(,i65.- OaU SSyll
Lci'isviLiK, April . Markets uuchanged
1ld Tuiitic. The attendance at tha
Matinee yesterday aftcruoou was lrge,
despite Ibe inclemency of the weather.
These nistineea hava become deservedly
popular, and we toay look for them to be,
liencaforth, one of the permanent m.titu
tious of Nashville.
Mr. Arnoll, who hss become quite a fa
vorite in this city, bad a good benefit latl
night and performed his part moil credit
ably. He is a deserving actor, and is rap
idly rising in tbe profcttou he has chosen.
On Monday night will be presented "Ev
ybody's Friend," and the Happy Man,"
which will call out the whole tlrength of
the company. We hope to see a full houe
on the occasion.
TrarsicaiaiAK. To morrow evening, 9in
of April, a grand Ball will be givrn at
Concordia Hall" in the Court House, for
the beneCt of St. Mary'a Orphan Asylum.
Tbe arrangements 'ruada by the manager
ara such as to insure a pleassnt evening to
all who participate. Let all who can attend
do so, aud secure to themselves an agrteabie
Lour or two, aud at Ibe same timecoulribute
t a noble charily. Gj, by all means, and
njoy yourself in a measure or two With
aome of the elherial beings who will be
there. Their brigbl eyes and graceful
iif-anderingt will make you forget that
lucre is misery in tbe world.
CamiNAL CefKT. The jury brought in a
vervi.-t. iu this Court, of acquittal, in the
aeof John Wall, charged wilb horsesteal
ing. No other business was transacted.
Tha attention of our reader is called to
tbe advarlmeuient, in another folumo, of
tbe Adam Express Compsny a hu h oiler
induceiuacts lo cur mcn-LaUS shipping
Nashville Spreading Itclf.
A Tenth Ward Annexed.
An election took place yesterday, in the
territory to the west of tbiacity, to decide
fjr cr agaictt annexation to ibe coporation.
The contest waa very apirited, and reiulted
in a rictory to the annexationists by the
following Tote :
For annexation. -10
Jfashyille is spreading itself rapidly.
Til Eacb Tistibdt. Notwithstanding
the bad weather yesterday the race between
the horses Ooltawa and Wiggt took place
at the race track. The race was won by
Ooltawa, in two straight heals, tbe tiiLie be-
mg i.-ia ui
The Ecspissiom Bhidoe. The fiaine work
on the auspenaion bridge, between the main
and shore piers, has been put np, and it ia
expected that work between the main piers
will be commenced at once. It ia to be
hoped that many weeks will not elapse be
fore the whole thing will be completed.
A Substaktul House Among the deal-
era in Saddlery Hardware, Harness Skirt
ings, no house in Cincinnati holds a more
deservedly 'high place than that of Moorea
Co., Ko. 8 Main street. They are one of
tbe oldest and most reliable firms in that
city, having been eugaged in the aale of the
above articles, and in the wholsale manu
facturing of Saddlfa, Harness, Collars, 4c,
so long, lhat they are well and thoroughly
known throughout tbe aouth and west-
their wares being of the best quality, while
their prices are aa low aa the times will
warrant. They have opened up a large
wholesale trade with the Bouth, and we
com mend them to the consideration cf tbe
Knurr fob AnEAXt. Manager Flynn of
the Old Theater "ill give a benefit next
Wednesday night fur tbe sufferers of Mar
shall countv, Ala. Thia is characteristic
liberality, aud we commend it to the con
sideration of all who feel an interest in tbe
matter and who does notT We hope the
attendance will be large and the receipts
without a parallel.
We are indebted to Ed. Willard, Cnion
Street, for tbe latest Louisville and Cincin
nati papers. Besides these ho has received
tbe Irish American, Irish People, Metro
politan Record, Comic Monthly, Bodtou Pi
lot, Field, Turf aud Farm, and other paperi.
Lay in your Sunday stock.
Governvixt Ealt.. Major Wills sells on
Monday al 10 o'clock a. in., a lurga number
of Government buildings, together with
100,000 feet of assorted lumber, and many
other articles of value. This is achauce for
See a Woman
In another column tiickinr Sambure
(jr9-oa lur b peer a Wine. 11 m an admira
ble article, ued in liOKpitaJs and by tbe
tirt-cliis9 families in I'urirf, London, aud
New York in preference to old port wine.
It is well worth a trial, and gives great
A very lar?o Spriuz Stock of the latest
patterns of Wall J'apcr and Windjw Shades,
comprising all styles aud qualities, in store
and for sa'.e by Mkkeitt Sl Hill,
47 Church street, May field Euildicg,
mhS-tf Opposite Maxwell Hotel.
A llluuder :n Mexico.
We are known not lo take any large
amount of Block eiiusr in "the Monroe
Doctrine" or in that of "Manifeat Des
tiny." We favor all tbe modern iiu-
iirovenieftla, but cannot realize that
there has Leon any decided advance in
our roreign iolioy uinee its general
principles were enunciated in Wash;
ington's Farewell Address. In short,
we believe that, a a general rule, our
(ioverouuent atiuuld tuind ita own turn
neaa and let that of y C
. ,4 i sucn we understan'
be the eeiice of the N ashington doc
trine, which weconsivier uaiucuij pio
ferable to that popularly known
Monroe. Maximilian, wa enn-
A toib-e.?,Pirreat an.l costly blunder
on the part of Napoleon 111 ; but we do
not Uimk our uovemment should in
terueddl with it. If Kranee can af
ford to furnish the thirty to forty mil-
liona per annum required to keep it on
its legs, we et.e not why this country
ecoulu mteriere. Mexico needs rail
roads, and all manner of industrial ma
chinery: she needs security lor proper
ty; she needs immunity from incessant
revolutions, forced loans, guerrilla out
rages, highway robbery, dense iizuo
ranee, degrading superstition, and all
that have conspired to make, her what
John HaudolpU called her, "A blank
eted nation of thieves and harluta."
And, if Louis Napoleon can constrain
i ranee (sorely aganst her will) to pay
the heavy cost of the proceas which
caiiuol be lets than one billion of francs
we cannot advUe that he be iuter
rupled in so doiug.
if our Government should intermed
dle with this matter, and succeed iu
driving out Maximilian, the civilized
world would inevitably say to us, "You
have expelled a government which
gave promine) of peace, unity, authority,
yigor, security, industry: how do you
propose to replace it? If you intend
that Mexico shall retrograde to her
endlefcs cycle of pronunciamcntos, revolu
tions, and military dictatorships, we
protest You have no right thus to in
jure the commerce, the iuduslry of the
civilized world. If you destroy tLe
only government that gave hope ol
stability and progress, you are bound
to replace it by a better." And, as we
do not want Jfexico are in no condi
tion to spend Thirty or Forty Millions
per annum upon il are utterly oppos
ed to swallowing more than our digest
ive organs can dispose of we ineist that
our Government shall let Mexico alone
and let France upend all the money
there that her ruler can constrain his
reluctant legislature to vote. When
France vetoes thin, her troops will be
withdrawn; and then the Empire must
take its chance. If it shall meantime
have proved a general blessing, it will
endure; if not, it will speedily pass
away; as il should.
Hence, we deeply regret the decree
of Maximilian, published iu our last,
authorizing ' the Asiatic Company of
Colonization." It is based on the iden
tical, blunder that cursed America
with Negro Slavery the same that
misled Kob-lioy into winning the beef
rfqu.ixl by his bare-legged followers
by harrying the Scotch lowlands in
stead of buying it at the Glasgow mar
ket. There is a factitious, immediate
convenience in all these mistakes ; but
their ultimate retribution is fearful
Mexico has to-day about seven mill
ion of people, whereof at least six
millions must work for a living or steal
if. Her urgent need to-day is such an
organization of UIkmt as shall pre Her
work and fair recompense to every
Mexican shall make it easy and hon
orable to live aud thrive by honest,
useful work, diilicultand disgraceful to
live otherwise. But this proposed im
portation of Asiatic '"Coolies" is a long,
a fatal stride in the wroug direction
It is systematic renunciation of the hope
that Mexicans can be induced to woik.
It is a virtual condemnation of the
masses to die out, and be replaced by
Asiatic pagans at least aa vicious and
degraded, tuough not so indoleut aud
im-tlective, aa the lowest of the Aztec.
We trust Maximilian who seems tobe
enlightened and humane will yet le
induced to recal this fatal decree. X.
Is is staled iu a Washington dipatch
that Geu. Steadman ia coming South
on a tour of inspection of tho condition
of the people.
lion. A. II. Stephen, of Ga, had a
private interview wish the President
on the 5ih iusL
The' Hattle Imp's" review of General
Grant's report hangs fire. Tbe radicals
are holding it up in the hope that they
may tv iu the l.t General over to their
side. How silly they take him to be!
The radicals have suborned F.er.
Tucker, and are publwhing his testi
mony in favor of Preaideut Johnson.
They Lai previously communed with
the spirit of Wileks Booth.
Rial Estate Teamfex? The) following
arc tbe real estate transfers for the week
cuding April Tib, made in Davidson cousty:
Jams M Murrcll docda to Mary A Hardy
S2 acres in th.s countv for J2u0.
Mary A and F G Hardy deed to James M
MurrcU 28 acre and over in this county for
George T. Calhoun and wife deed to Wo
E Dariey a lot in the city for $750.
D F Went deeds lo Geo H Garrett a lot in
the 15th District for $lb0.
William H Campbell mortgages to John
N Brooks personalty.
F Kloor deeds to Bernard Dongan a lot in
the 9th Wad rfor f.150.
A B Montgomery gives a mortgage to
Chas Bosley to secure ifl20i).
M Hamilton deeds to Mary E Uibbard
15 acres in this county for iHUUO. r,
J A Kellogg and wile deed to Eliza A Lob
dell land in Illinois.
Geo C Allen and wife deed to F 0 Hart
300 acres in this countv for 1500.
James Hensoa deeds to Sarah A Ceven a
let in the Slh Ward for $1000.
James Hickman gives a deed of gift to
Rebecca A T Marshall of land in county.
The same gives same to Alice G Hickman
and John I J Hickman of land in county.
James M Sineleton deeds to Mary A Sin
gleton a lot in Walkers' Addition for $5,000.
Charles H. Lesneur deeds to George H
Clark two lota in Edgefield tor f 1,500.
Alexander Rannie deeds to Isaac G. Bron
son, land in Xew l'ork, for $500.
M J Jones mortgages to Karger and
Ilirnhberg real eaUto in Warren county to
Wm B Sbepherd and wife mortgage to A
Labrot et al personally to secure about $:t0t).
Isaac Paul and A B Skipwith deed to O F
Hoel a lot in the city for $2,250.
M B Howell, C tc M, and Kilian Trey
deed to Stephen Deubler a lot in tbe city.
Jas 0 Benzley deeds to Jas R Hawkins a
lot in Eli Woods' plan for $2,000.
Mary Johnson deeds to E F Mulloy her
interest in the estate of Daniel Mulloy de
cosed. Wm SWhiteman, Sr. deeds to Win 3
Whiteman, Jr. two lota in Edceiield for
Jaa W Hamilton. Trustee, rives to Tho
G Ryman a release of lien on a lot in the
Joseph Bailey deeds to J F Robertson
lot in Hyne's Addition for $3,000.
Cheatham, Watson A Co. deed to Ellen D
Hough a lot out of the city for $250.
1C.IVEU AND STEAMBOAT NEWS
The river ia still at a stand, with about
three feet eight inches on the shcals.
The only arrival yesterday was the J. B
Weeb, Evacsville, and the only departure
the Emma Floyd, Cincinnati.
The Norma, from St. Louis, and th
Mercury, from Louisville, are expected.
The Bermuda left Louisville night before
last for this city.
CORP3 OF ARTISTS
Will hTe the honor f appesrint before the public
oi IN Ai 1 y 2 IjL.AU. i -r two day os'y
TUESDAY AUD WEDNESDAY,
April 10th and lltli.
For Pictorial description s-e M.mnioih Bill Board,
corner Laioa and buma er etrceb.
This Troupe will lo headed
by the frreatest
Orator and Performer, on
Ilia Auiencsn ContineuL
Bis Thoroughbred Trick
' ANDY JOHNSON,"
Hi comic Pony "JAN
I'AKI," uj b adulat ed
his Flying Leap lor 1,'la,
every iteraocu auu eva
The Great Mural Exhibi
Tbe Managm baa, at sr at
expense, oouinxd Hie set
i of Herr Lender, th
i-ion mug, icgf-itier Willi
bis Wttideffui Lions and
'1 Ins exhibition will tike
puce mine nug, tlmreby
K'her visitors an opportu
nuy cf hsTine a pniluel
ievr ol Ihone " lxrd cl
Ilia horeM" bifra Ucrr
l.eu.ier enters the den.
'i he company comprise
some ol ih fiaeat per
formers male and leniala
either in Kurops ol
America, i onustmji if
1-qtirstriH.n Vauiurs, Ac
1 an. lttilo and Mr.
Charles Farker, trie two
Krai i'loaiis, will appear
iu efer 'rf-rman -e.
.A corps lit liKher are
ei K;td to tea; our pa-krou--,
and the put lie msy
le a-ured Ual 'he aira-t-e--t
order snd deeoruui will
rauKS or apmission.
A lint'-ion.. SI eo
L. L. COLEMAN.
AMONGST the many complimentary
notices given ua by the preBS of this
city, we know of none which we deem
as coming with so much heartfelt sin
cerity, as the following from the Xash-
vdlc Daily Union :
" At a period like the present, when our
city is tilled to overflowing with a trsnaient
population, aud diseases prevail to an ex
tent hitherto undreamt of, it is proper thai
the means of cure should be ol ready ac
cess, and that those immediately intcrestea
should have lnlormation wnicn will lead
t hem to avail themselves of competent
Medical advice. Men who have been edu
cated in tbe best schools of the profession
of Medicine, aud been successful in a prac
tice of many years, are surely worthy ol
confidence ; if they have given their atten
tion exclusively to one bruuch of tho pro
fession, acd madd themselves masters of it,
they have still more rilit io expect sup
port, mire particularly il they have allord-
ed proof of their ability lo cure. To thia
latier class belongs DU. L. L. COLKMAN,
ho, iu his speeialtv, bas been a benelaelor
to the afflicted, and may ever be relied on
as a sale and sure physician."
We rewpeclfully inform our friends
that we may still be found at cur ollice.
relieving those afllicted with
Also all Female afflictions atiting from
functional derangements of the WOMB
and irregular Menstruation.
All my preparations can be sent by
Express to any portion of the country.
L. L. (CLEM1N, M.D.,
64 North Cherry Etreeti
Post OiEce Box 502. Nashville, Tenn.
Blacking and Ink.
Builar'i Premium Blacking,
IN 11 rtoxea, qnanry oniioria an.l rceptu.
WllhO.e x.tiUt, ! . ml it. hrn.i i. I ha
Lrgtvrt ia tlx West- Pr rwdu!, tad discount
l.lr at w noitoale. K-Ury si y.&e mirri, Cia-
ciunaH. IllJi .BJI1.LK.1I(L
fuller's MLUil Blacking,
AH.1FT C1L PASTE, POTS The
XL tl nxwl per VI l'o'.h B.fc-aan in
Hi couiiiry fuu to ih K erv h KlAci..nx !.
in do -ill th u nuaalny ol Oil it xcl .11
ikW Polh K.k:D( as a IrUbar 1'rn.riv.u..
rat-Wrjf lue tro.l.l inrinufcl . ,
Butler's VVriting Fluids,
AUK CafrrvJ IB WBrital 1 vow pWM.
mil Mllr IN A llisWf J 0 nisUlUaW-aw, HU
U rM irvr ihfta au pUm braaX mc-
Uf t l atUesH. ItfttlUtiftU.
Mtrklna Ink nd Muollco.
R. EL BING-LETON:
STATIONER. il JOB PRIM
Post flice Building,
The Perfection of Family Sewing Machines,
The Beautiful Florence,
JAt tho Tennessee Agency, No. 6 Union Street.?;
LA. I -MO TH K
Twist, Linen and Cotton Threads, Needles,
on baud. Machines repaired. Ageula waniea ana noerai muuccmnuw uuciou.
CAMP & ELLIOTT. General Agents,
1 J Floor, No. 6 Union Street, near Market.
janl3 tf ' NASHVILLE. TENNESSEK
-8. G.. WOOD,
WHOLESALE DEALER IN
GROCERIES AND FAMILY SUPPLIES
No. 45 Union Street,
Has on Hand and is Constantly Receiving
Superfine Family and E-itra Family Flour and Meal,
Family Hard-water and Toilet Soaps,
Mackerel in barrels, half-barrela and kits,
White Fish in half-barrels,
Salmon in kits,
Sugar-Cured and plain Hams, Bacon and Lard,
Butter and Cheese,
Kio, Laguyra, Maracaibo and Java Coffees,"
Green, Black and Japan Teas,
Sugars, of all qualities and grades,
Golden Syrup and Molasses,
Maccaroni, Tapioca, Sago and Vermacelli,
Kice, and Pearl Barley,
Tomato Catsup, Cumberland Club and Pepper Sauces,
Lea & Perrin'a Worstershire Sauce,
English and American Pickles,
Raisins, Currants, Citron and Sardines,
Snuff, Tobacco and Cigars,
Canned Peaches, Plumbs, Cherries, Blackberries, Raspberries
Oysters, Salmon and Lobsters,
Spice, Pepper, Nutmegs, Cloves, Ginger, Cinnamon, Ac ,
BL Carb. Soda, Saleratus and Yeast Powder,
Wrapping Paper and Taper B gs,
E. R. Durkee's Extarcts,
Tubs, BuckeU and Brooms,
- Al and London Porter in bottles,
All of which I am offering at Lowest market
Call and iiidero for voursolf.
C. A. CAMPBELL,
CAMPBELL & SPIRE,
(SUCCESSORS TO II. CAMPBELL.)
Importers of and Wholesale and Retail
Silver Plated and
Castors, Forks, Spoons,
Assorted Cratos for Country Trado,
ALWAYS ON HAND AT
KTo. 71 Public Square.
Prices Reduced on all Imported Goods In tha tarns Pro-
portion as tho
AU roreig Gtooda, whiri comprise a larsa proportion of onr stock a imH iii t ....
Poii.. and i Amenc manufaeiure, w. orderfrom th. MKre?llh?.,..,;
th.t w. re ihoroUMhl. .Ia .,?k
supply lb waaia of lb publio.
fiitlculir lttisUoti piIJ u Paeklny and Sbfpplng.
OAMPBKLL & SPIEE,
felloe's I'inlc Cerate !
FOR THR rxTFRHIMATIli! op
Body Lice. Crab Lice, and other Vermin,
r the Cure or Common Itch, Camp l!ch. Barber's Itcb. Tso
cald-licaJ, Tetter, lan.lrurt in the Hair or Beard Al,o 'l
liscaes cf tha bkia. Price $1 per boi.
in-.terate hasbeea in ne ia France, and
ed bv on r.f
be mci ...,.,,,.nt . .1
n i,. nn i "
..... ...... k,,oi. to irai expne t.
"uti ; a ho ii-n wletrtd
. . ALTERATIVE. OR BLOOD PURIHER.
h.hould t ued lo Cleans the Blood, an 1 oa th. Howei, 1B d
ft One Dot.'.ir ftr Btlt.
PhywiaBM.arlly. pay Imie or ao ,,t,n n ih. aflict.o-i. ,d lh.rnn...
, h,ld i d can. by r W reme ,, Vurid l mil i !HL P""" "
cd cm b ot t y mail tr expiw. .rt, of countr. " T TU(jn.t,
All orders snomd be addrenwd to
I AMK8 OprCOCK, Propped,
y ARYAN A CO. ara idt Khw.:. . ".abil.. T.n.
he Most Perfect Iron Tonic,
IrOKMAVi Ferrated El.rirof Frk, or K!,i:r
ol l'lir. Bat, wnh r7ropbuj h. , f ima.
ip.rd by UtCt.MA.N A to., Hmhuifu wnd
Wu-cii, N ork.
y Kt'l'n-jHrH ai K vr mus 'aiTxiik-dby
Kulwlli'l. of Hr. ID IV. d -.d UTor..
noun trow Ibe jraorb A-imv; u i. f. j
i n nlalao, and vol !cttropoeu ia ui . oni h by
food or the ira-trw nce: il a a prtur w, fl'c.ui
tonic, combiaire the rireclt iho.pborus and
1 ou. aad m w .I mu'iliQr r irrtUinl.
Out r e.RHATa.i. ELIXIR UK bKK w
anl UiNa'i lo .inp.ina tr ea.uaiil propert u
ixu'Mra hra. and rouuua. e.nl erma. ol id py.
ropwpha- of Iron la w-h cu.d oua; an l ib ml
cm,, w li. r. a mdd aad ! -m too. li n Tc-nt -..
dnured. wul h hund a ikm r.iua:Jc ivun.
t.-pt ruroi.fved In Pt vukt-mim oa .11'. y-M :...
H hH VACOihK CKl'sl . wwin (fi tu heaJU.y
eouairy r li 1-t rr-a. .minl.1 rAli.fM.
UtokMi.t A -H a UmuivI t in r Ou.m H.rk.
Alnm aud hvioo Locaaitaa aad nloratM rwuli lo
&. AiluwawniulJ It iTntr-u.
KKiK,ii A Ci.
aaarT am Cbaauats aad ltuMu
etc., duplicate parts of Machines constantly
.B. W. SPIRE
Tea Trays, &c.
deciino in Gold.
w. in.refora, S.ite,
' ""lati aoa an luuj prepared to
all th Knmnn . .
i Rnrnpean eonntries, and irs
f are-OB. in the City ol pan
' ' .I I-"""' w
ure ,ne origin rwaii.i of Dr. Vellock
ii the dcitruc-
HadMd's Union Tire Works,
1 V PORTER Oiimw r,r-Cr-ra, Roeiu,
I A", Maoctfc lurer lAnMraa, V t, Ac. Also
aianr aortai of hi. on miporuuoa of
Tof ma raar
Z Joh fMn, aw Braiy, Nev-Tork Qty.
To Whom It May Concern.
ALL per.no. htrmi C. n tfl Iht sluh.il!
and C fiioivi hfcir,4 i'im, m-uird
i iu.f lo l.l Jui. ,,-tSvd Uuli .li ur
t'ixiiware rWerr. lo . (uuniu. of lHrt..
iv.o. ol Lr, V'ad. M . Uw am. and loJZ
H. 'a.J,il, hq. , ,llo ny,! . Muifrwrimr. M
Hoaoa) ml I'lxiii mm4 7ia ,ui
H fcasrl "iTihtti ia
Firing Salutes In Honor or
Civil Hlsht3 Bill.
Another DestrnctlTe Fire In Xew
Basgor, Mi., April 7 At noon to-day a
salute was 5 red, the bells run(t and national
flags played from prominent t lacea in honor
or tlie parage of the Civil Eights bill orer
the President a veto.
Portland, ill., April 7. One hendred
gnns were fired this afternoon for the Civil
TaoT. J. Y., April 7. The steam tug C,
H. liaynor exploded ber boiler this after-
noon, r iye lives lost, including wapt. t. u
liaynor. of West Trov.
Washisotox, April 7. The President bas
approved and signed the bill to provide for
the punishment ol" certain crimes against
the united btates. It provide! that il any
person or persona shall falsely make, alter
lorge, or counttrfeit, or willingly aid, or
assist in the lule making, altering, forging,
or coauUifeiting any bend, bid, proposal,
record, or affidavit, or alter writing for tbe
purpose of defrauding the United States, or
shall utter, publish or issue, or cause
to be uttered or published aa true, know
ing the same to be false, altered, or
counterleitel, or shall transmit or present,
or cause or procure to be transmitted to or
presented at the office of any ollice of the
United states, any sucn tala--, forged, alter
ed or counterfeited biil, proposal, guarantee,
security, crucial bond, public record, alhda
vit or other writing, knowing the tame to
be false, altered or counterleited, for tbe
purpose of delraudmg tbe Lnited Slates,
every sucn person shall be deemed and
aljudsed guilty of felony, and being there
of duly convicted, shall be sentenced to be
imprisoned and kept at hard labor not ex
ceeding ten years or be lined not exceed
ing one thousand dollars, or both ot said
Iiunishmenta at ihe discretion of tbe coutt.
t further provides that if any offense shali
be committed in any place which haa been
or shall hereafter be ceded and be under
the jurisdiction of the Uni'ed States, which
odense is not provided for or tbe punish
ment thereot, not especially provided for by
any law of the United States, such offense
shall, upon conviction in any court of the
United States having cognizance thereof, be
liable to aud receive the same punishment
as the laws of tbe Stale in which place is.
or may be situated, now in full force, pro
vided for the like offense when committed
within the jurisdiction of such State, and
no subsequent repeal of any such State law.
shall etlect pro.ecution for such offense in
any of the courts of justice of tha United
Niw York, April 7. Buildinss Ko. 101.
103, aud lui KastTbirty-Third street, owned
by M. Lois, was destroyed by fire to-day.
It was used as a Piano Vorta manufactory.
Loss $:i0,OU0; insured for $16,000.
Washington, April 7. Tho House set as
f in Committee of Whole, on the state of
the Union. The only business in order be
ne a rencral debate on the President's an
Mr. llagan, ol ..lo., believed tuei o was a
great deal of mistaken philanthropby and
vmpathy expended lor the colored peopl
while they were in slavery, aud ho pro
ceeded to show, Irom personal experience
that the slaves of the aouth had not had
such a very bad time of it.
I his part ol his speech brought out a se
ries of questioning troin Price and others,
llagan answered that it be had believed
lavery to be wrong he would of been glud
mat it was exterminated, and trial he bo
iieved the Democratic party could not d
while liberty lived. Aud that all declauiat
ng about the negro wad a great wroug per
peiuated on Congress aud the America
Mr. ilagan proceeded to snow tne incon
isleucy ol the President's policy of the re
publican party and with the action of Cou
gress throughout the war, aud in the adop
lion of declamatory resolutions in relerene.
to the war, tc, and iu the adraision to seats
u the Moor ol persous claiming to be rcpre
sentatives from Tennessee and Louisiauna
ud other matters of general leiraiitlion
Much of the arguments iu thequt-suau bad
been against the President of the United
Slates, llo had been denounced au
abused because bis policy waa sustained by
the Democrat iu the llouse. Had he no
been a Democrat they would of sustaine
him purely from patriotic motives.
Mr. Baldwin was the next speaker. H
had not sympathized with the eaer zeai
exhibited lor restoring the insurgent States
to their places iu the I mou. The work
should have beeu uuJertakeu with great
deliberation. 11 thought the policy to bi
p.imu.4 wiltt cta ..ttniii i. ,,q been
settled before such an element of recon
slructiou had gamed a loolhold, and then i
would have been successful. I'nlil ths
black and bloody spirit, baffled treason, had
been changed and punned by the transtigur
atton of such a returning love for the old
nag and for the honor and glory of the re
public, as would hava brought the soui
blsnce in tbe genuine loyalty.
lie approved of tho joint support from
tne itecousiru'uion committee, but thereso
lution was not quite Iree lrom obiectiou. H
said parts of it were calculated to mislead
many, lie meant that portion resolving
"mat tne mate ot ieunessee is hereby do
cured to be one Limed states of Amen
on an equal footing with other States." He
thought tbe resolution ricbt by strikine ou
the words he bad quoted, aud substituting
or mem suuieining line ine ionowing:
Jiexoivcd, That the State of Tennessee i
hereby declared to be mtidaclorily reor
ganizrd, ami iu tit condition to re-establhh
ber old relations to tue uoverntnebt. and
resume her represenlatiou in Congrt.'s.
He held that not an acre of southeru land
bad ceased lor a moment to be under the
nation; no assumption or proceedings of
treason bad repealed the acl of Congress lv
wnicn cor lain territory waa declared to 1.,
the Slate of Tenneaee. Tbe men who hai
conspired and moved against the Govern
ment, and who war -still unchanged in
mind and spirit such men aa had
been described in tho testimony of Heiir.l
Thomas, should be compelled tj stand back
to wait lor a time the disabilities of treason.
1 here should be no system of resolutions
that was grounded on protection acd secu
rity of Union men in tue South, and of iha
Mr. Harding, of Illinois, addressed the
House in relereuee to the financial coudi-
ion of the country. It was net bv for;
loan, nor by substituting gold into interest
bearing bonds, for currency interest bearing
i . - i... . i . . ... ... "
uuuu,i uur vy .lie contraction ol the na-
lonal bank currency, that wo could reach
me goal oi specie payment; we must not
depend upon them or any of them, but
upon tbe productive resources of the
country, npon our fertile lands, rich mine..
iiowing on wens an tno elements of na
tional wealth. The development of these
would make specie payment attainable j but
until theu no legislation could achieve that
CiNcimATi, April 7,
Flour unchanged, and fur local demand for
igher grade at is for t xtra. and t-'&v !"; Famy
sella at 10.II M.
Good demand for tiht r prade of Wte-it, and
holders ask an advance 6c per Inishel ; .N.s Ked
SI i-lfjAl 60.
Corn dull sod pnees declined; Mixed decliied io
!0(."1 in elevator and .4r in parks.
l"aU dull and pri es lower.
Ry dull at fHi-:.
Thia Tica, which is nevr eracliea la
tho preaenca of lur one. ku nr.,i k.
yarlaating ruin of thousands of the nobleet
and moat talent 1 younr men that aver
AT tonru to (Lmnmni rin in
it baa doatroyed health, blast the eonsll.
tution, and reduced the miserable victim tc
a living skeleton. orar these iu finn
and fatal effocus; in its pains areacattered
the ruicJ cf reaaon, the most melancholy
ghl that can meet mortal eve. To
cured permanently of Ibis aiBiction, call on
Dr. Coleman, Ko. M North Cherry street,
or addreaa hiin by letter, Boa KMQ
ma, noa. fabJe-lf
TBR MERCHANTS' EXCHANaEwill beopn.
ed lot boa am al the Bail of Uia chAinhw
Comirerc. Sa. . Caj.m, atrrM. on Thursd..
nem and ever? d.v tt.frmtn at 1 o'Hoc. d m
mi" "I" uuin lo'ckx?lt,hn it is . i. ii
tiiat th M.muer. will b p,4eal With moicIm of
Couon. ir. a, (irtoriK, Au.
au tHiyerp, woollier meiubar or not, are r.prU
Uy lev, ted to b pmwnL
m--f ISAAC LITTON.
Great Chancery Salo of City
Eleanor Nicbol v. Wm. Nichol and other..
By v rtn of a Iwcr f u1 t h-ry Court at
JjLvi!i, in b . n.ine d can-, w !!, o.
1 o'cloca, a.m., aril u puu. mmlr about twrnt..
mtn kw. l-onti! oa J.-trr-on, U:ao and Via
HtnoUs aod ruanirr lm, k p i.rniv rr all-v..
Many of Uw m ar mnmi l g.u tt for sum
hotl. and dw ud of?r . nr. DMHin&iut.
to eciir a rood bu atas m. ad. a hom or a ood
.cHMmeai of cap
T.rma- eh; tlam , ;s Mj u m,'.h rrm.
i, i b ioth lrom oale, :ih munmzUfrj -eu-ly.
and ttr-a retaiad.
Ooiailitiaea and ouiuioq frv a. tiiriaJ.
u. K Hnwk n.ri ir
J. I.IR.W Bo. A-.i.
P la ad.ituo u tn !,. M w.n n
tey hr Iri. UMWif.., is c.u'.rvl j
opuj. JrnrfKniu,,, M.-Iwu
J t- K. W. B.. pmu.
A BAY! AmtiM. ,
a4 oiiai halll siiHiiA
nEGBMAN ft Co'. GENUINE SI EDK1NALCOD
Lirer Oil has pro.ed. by l.eoi,
exponewe, the mutt raiaanie n-rnedy in ui mr
to lo pa.:ett. arrntd pure ,! m!e tnm
ren Lir, w in a real rare, w incut sov aina.i
t.eMing. fejid tj i-TUgx !.. '
HKGEMAX A CO .
irT bm CbeouftR aad liruegtu., ew ork.
oa aaaaf p-lat, bat all area thai
SMOLANDEE'S EXTRACT BITKF
cures KIDN&Y PlSSaSES, RHEt'MATTSM, CHI-
NARY DISORDERS, (jSAYEL, WEAKNE-iS ud
PAINS lathe BACK. FEMALS COMPLA'SfS,
and DISEASr S annus; from EXCF33EH, wore
quietly anl te-Ho&l'y than any Said Extract
Boesu ia the market.
TAR. 8 .0 OTHER.
Sold by all Apotheoanea. Pnc f I.
P. BARN US a CO., New York, anl BARNES.
WARP A 0 .. New Orln, iithera AjSota.
HUKLEISH ROitElM, Wboiaaaie Prugi,t,
Boiton, alaia., Hfnerai Aenu. fcbu -ly
LATHROP, LUDINGTON & CO,,
330 Hroadway, New "V'oli
OFFF.R to fscu'hern an.l We.torn 'obaers aal re
taiiats, at the lowest market pn.s
A vert ?xrge and aaractive .,- of im
Cloins, Nauonv Hoaie;y, While touds, Ac
NASHVILLE & (UlTTlXOOfil
CHANGE OF TIME.
Orvic or firiitAi SmiTmiKiT.
ti. A C. aid A. h. W. KAiLaoAPe.
ft ash villr, Tis, March 4th, Is. G,
flN and alter Tuesday, M art h 6, 1Mb, and uxul fur.
w tber nonce, Pa-ueuger Iraios nil lua as loi
NaSEVILLE d- CHATTAXOOGA LIXE,
Liavb Nashville for ChattanooA and all point
souin at l. so a. m. and S:3o v. at. Arrive al Cuatta
nooea at (m r. a. and :i.io a. .. nut .iy.
IteliirtiiD lya?H Chattanooga at tlrou a. w..anl
ai5 r. a. Arrive at Naahville at 4.UI r. au and 43
a m , next day.
All Irainacunnect at Martrace for Shelby ville.
NASUVILLE A NORTHWESTERN LIXE.
Leave Nashville lor Jolmsonvill. and all nombi
West and NorthwewL at 4.) r. a. Arrive at John
son nlle at V;JO p. .
Kwluraing Leave Johnsonville 1:10 A. a., arrive
at Nasnvillo at 6:60 a. a.
Trains on N. A N. W. R. R. connect at Johnson.
rillc wuh first elss line of biamers for Paducab,
IMU4U SUU Ok AJUU1S.
BERTHS AXD MEALS FREE,
on steamers connecting with KsHW Kailrosxl.
Passengers by this route
SAVE EXPENSE OF SLEEFIXG CAR3
between Nashville and Cairo.
Trains stop at all 'nlrrniii'e points.
WM. P. IN1NK.1. tT-n'l Siin't
M. A C. and M. A iN. W. K. k'ds.
H. V. BASSETT,
AH NOW IN PERFECT OKHER A FINE
rJiiildiug .ljoimug In.
Xo. 3 Vlar Street,
Which coulaiua a larga Harlier Hbop,
TEN BATH ROOMS
oil of mhch mre CiteJ up n.i.,1 farai.hpJ ia tho txt
'I'll .Iv-ep uu Room can b nnd bf cnt
mn not wt'luutT to nf. p iu ft M-t-l. u-l t-t ll)ot
inwus mi nines io nun iifir U')UUiiM'r.
UOr, t 01.0 AM) HHUWMt
1J J. rV IX
t all hour.. The Barber, are all IP. Mm, an l
the bel tlisl eoliU I pnx urtd in lN w Kork and
Connected mth this well known llotiae is Un
where iriioti esn l-e rirnihfd
ne..uArv lor a romuioiiiM.
with ai ariicles
II . V. . hi nniHjrtrd a lir::e stick of ih most
rfrserrle Prrhiin'iis dir-et lrom Pjns, thr-iui((i
inn ni-ui in rte lora. marl U
Wholesale and Kotail
iE. SICKLES & GO'S,
41) COLLEGE STIiKET,
IViisli ville, 'X'eiiii.
WK are tU'ly rareiv nij and opeQiDg our lar;:
auJ e Inbuilt uio k f
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS,
which we will sell
Lower than tho Lowest.
Our stock consist, m part of Calico9 and Dome.
if, tlleaebed and MrowQ bti-etoirf and blurting.
hreuch and Hcoich (hskIihiii", H. k nd .u v
ks. Grtnlins in ail roiura, Poplin and Mcusin-
iea, aud all .tyles of
New and Fashionable
M .nil II as and Shl. Snk rio.kn and Con.
lari. hwis., js-on-t, and lui, ymaH,k Mu.lin,
Bnl anuntu, Marseilie. guilts.
Inri: ntiH-U n( TLI Ijno. TowI. T.ma nii
Voiim rt; Mtverru Piaao tTn. Innh Lnwnx.
Cotton i'i. cr, 4c
Thr fan aImo b fjonj a well HltJ iiu-k of
GEST'i Fl'IbUIAti GOODS,
Such m Fwtvh. EDKl haoJ Au.tr:a CiwtruTB,
tilUk k l it n an-l (roftl L.iAU,
Com on. foir M, anl enm n our mttyk l-
ih3 t:-Diioo of Country Men:UazL'v urJe
trniinU to veil
Cheaper thin tny Houss in fh City.
te U9 a tr.l, au i -t--t j'.urje:f.
S.BICKLFS A CO..
c-iKmsT W 1amc,
1RST HlIIOliL BANK,
inancial Agient of United States.
fipltal stock paid In - -
urplui or (ODlIitgrn. FanJ
tlKIVKs lTpn.im ani mit Coliwaoo on
ail ce.lA pointA ill Uim libiii rnaiam.
iold, Silver, and I ocurrcnt .Mosey,
Bout hi and Sold.
a..- H. H.aa. Ir.u. K P.iuk
i. H..rau. i, ik..,,.
i. In.. I. I H .... I .. J KM.
Ji t. OtiOK, chir.
u. a.roao. prMd.i.
SL. J. JMIull. iaL CAfar.
j1 n V,) Tvnf rrr
1 r 'ill "V i ri
ilil li! TTTi V
i ii i . ""'I in ,i."i i a
ciia .uj'i, ii mii n,,:
D? A.RICHARD JOKES' DlSPEHSAPv!
FOR PRIVATE DISEASES.
l,' : ,L.. .. . . .'. ' , .
- -- - -i ; - 7 f--r -v ,v -r " -J -
JJtxtlliohotl in 157, at
NO. 23 DEADERICH STREET.
HAVIMi FOR SEVERAL- 1K.IR3 SOTiCEP THE EA I.DA UOl'S MOI'E
treatment lor l'ltlt A l'K. 1USKASES, by the u. of caustic i i '.i.-.t.ons
caustic injections, with painful operations, etc., was arou.ed by the i -.ikhj i,..n thit
that these diastases might be cured by aome more plea.--s.nt and rcu.b.e reaie.l e as
Old Course of Treatment
Physicians are constantly annoyed by patient returning with ie,-on.i.ry Tmptom.
Dr. JONKi baa discovered a mode of treatment for the d:e.ie h:, h is rather a
ideasure than a pain. Hi treatment has undergone a thorough mve.i stu n, and
has teen found much more efficient than any other. H is never tr.-ulned with the
complaints of patients with secondary Syphillis, swollen orgaus, or w.'.h many svinp
Umu produced by the Old Schil Treatment.
I! I. JONES'S "charges aro the same in all rases will charge tbe sain for one
week's attention that be would for one month, and it is of couree lo h s interest to
cure as apoedily as possiblo.
In all cases, whi. h saves to the patier.t tha extravagant prices of nied'.cme or pre
scriptions, which will, in niunv ca-s, cost more than the h"le ol ht. ei!r,, b
sul. s you save vonrself the probability of exposure, in calling lor the me.li. nes .1 a
Drug Store. The offn-e ia so arrsuce.l that no one need see you kU .o lhi. Ail
business aud rorre-.ponder.ee STlilcTLY 1'KIVA'IE.
Patients and strangers, in visiting
Br. Jones' IMspcnsary,
Should be particular in regsrd to the Burn ber of th Ptrect, as there are .
in tbe vicinity vthich resemble those of PIL JONES'S.
A plain Sign
ill be found over
communications by mail er
DR. A. RICHARD JONES.
ri en-:nry, No. . Pea.leri. k
ta?" All Couimuuicatioiis to etiauro
to pay return j.otugo.
IF YOU ARE SICK
IS THE MO.Vr SL'CCESSFUL
Of the Trcdt nt Agn.
11 ia Practice now ExteipU oypr
IN lllFFllKKNT WTATKM.
With hisOeneral Prrv tioe, he trent liie fi l'o-
niieuinntiani, A'Jcction of tlia Limes,
ritesrs ..f ihe Tliro.t, bwellc.l Jo nti. Still
Limbs, Pleurisy, I'amt, fleer, t 'surer, Ura
vrl, liiseanes cf the Jleart and Liver, Iml.i-
niuli.iu ol tho btoinuch. riirali?:a. K inv'n
Kvil or Bcrofula, Denlacss, L'i-e.e of liie
Kyen, riebilitiilrd Bvi-teinn. lv.bens:a or
lulieHtion, anil l'oiisuiiiit:i.ti, together with
all Private liiseuiies. and lijeaea of U.
TO THE LAD I ESI
All aftertion of tbe Womb treated with auccexa
Tounff Marril Ijt-lit. who m;fnrtnri. it hm
hm-a not to tirinn inrtti -u du iu'.w.jd, ema coua'iit
me either by letu-ror m preH.Q
Of all erade., Primary and Secondary, renovated
lrom IU y--u-rn.
NIGHT EMISSIONS CURED
I'R. M-'i!I,L trU I ! At HOT .iiMtdkntf mntt
HCQ'in Mjh1h:)um to all -n. tiiMi uon nuro-
U, Offi it on of th fnt rrtni-.l in ih-
City, wuh two rtxitiK, wi fiiwt hpior ihn rn-p.
t'o ot Ltl:fM nod ipuijfuirii), w:.u utm J;i rwit
iDie lum from ail part.
Ail iwiurlrt:ithl to IR. McGIUa. V.ox 7t.
Oflf( oo Uoioo atrewt, orr Tork ' buuh oiorw.
Was" the only !'Prfparatioa fur food from
That rtreiwH a m-ll and rw.norWirnlioo from
ine n yai ixmmiMnrr.. at iliinu InMraaiiou.tJ
Kxiiirjtuon, l4ulon, i-t Hit, -iri-tOi(ja of mil
prom.ufDt nian'il turrr. of "O rn Ht.n-h ana
"Prprl O.ra Ioli ' of tin. ana other countiM.
inenma ana mxnry 01 ir.w 17), wiUfHU ft Bin?'
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