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rtlKTKO D ri'BLlSHtD IT THE
JASiniLLE tM X 1'KIMIXG ( 0.
WEDNESDAY, WAY 2, ItCS.
Ufcat arc the People Thinking
The new Stat of Tciincsee! Are (lie
reoj.de well are what thty are doing in
this project ? Aienota few rn.cn ttiiujl
mg to take bol J of tbe Constitutional ma
chine iiJ ruu East Tenneesee, nolens to
ten, into all ibe responsibilities and fuue
tions of a new fetate, just at a time when
be is iu the wor-t possible situation to car
ry tbe load ? W'e aslc f r information.
What interest, commercial, financial, so
cial, or roLiuraL, datuaud or warrant any
such a change 7 We ckniot, f.r the life of
us, see nyioinjr but joluw ul ambition,
and mordmnte, thiral lor .in;e, that ran
prompt tbe j resent nioveiucnt f r a 1e-iiK-aibermect
of tbe Rule. We lrut the
i'-nile will c .n.l- r and discuss tbe proH-
aitiou, aLd not be Laaty in action. Knoz-
The ConyenlioD which has been call
ed to consider the subject of erecliog
East TenneHsce into a separata State
meeU on tha 3.1. inst. to-morrow,
We presume it will be well attended,
and if so, we may take the fact 88 evi
dence of tbe sincerity of the delegates
If the people of East Tennessee re
ally desire to bate a .State (lovernrnent
of their own, they ought, if possible, to
be ratified. Cut if tl specimen Got
ernor aud Secretary of State they have
given ua, is the best they can do in the
way of cilicers, we wouldn't advice
them to mak the venture. There
would be no peace for them ary more.
But how is it possible for them to form
a new State within the jurisdiction of
Tennessee? The Constitution of the
United States says, on the sulject of
Atr. 1, Src. 3. "New Stales may be ad
mitted by tbe Congress imo the Union;
tut no new Mate shall be formed or erected
tuithin the jurisdiction of ay oilier State;
nor any iitale be formed by tbe junction of
two or mote States, or part ol" Elates, with
out the content of the .Legislaturts of tbe
fcuto concerned as well as of the Con
gress." This provision is peremptory. "No
new Slate shall be formed or erected
within the jurisdiction of any other
State." So, therefore, there is no power
to divide Tennessee into two States.
Much as we wculd like to eee the peo
ple of East Tennetsee accommodated,
we would not violate the Constitution
to favor them. But, asks some objector,
doei not the clause you have quoted
permit the division of the State if the
Legislature and Congress consent? Not
a bit. That part of the clause has re
ference exclusively lo Slates formed of
"two or more State s or parts of States. '
Tjat it has no reference to the prohili-
tion of the formation of a 'State with
in the jurisdiction of any other State,"
is rendered certain by the words "with
out tie " ent of the Legislatures of
the Slates concerned." There is but
03e Legislature and one State con
corned in the division of Tennessee.
But, continues the objector, "was noj
West Virginia formed into a new State
just as it is proposed to do in the case
of East Tennessee?" True, but what
of that? It is a precedent, but a very
t.ad nne. It was an oren and dmct
yiolation of tho Constitution of the
United States, committed during
period of war whtn constitutional obli
p&tions were no Beiious barrier to
tianrnation and tvrannv. The time
will come when it will be so regarded
by all men who respect law and consti
tutions, and reverence juntice; and it
will then be a matter of profound as
tonishment that the Congu-as of the
United States lent itself to tho con
summation of the iufainy.
In a letter from Washington dated
tSe 27th ult, and published in the K
publican Banner, of yesterday, wo find
the following :
"There i no doiii.f, I think, that if the
people in their primary capacity should
lio'd a Convention and reform their Covi rn
tneiit. that he (I'reMdeiit Johnson) would re
fuse to sustain Brownlow in suppressing
aueh a movement by fo-ee.
We would like to know what author
ity the writer of the letter had for this
statement? Can it be relied upon aa
The present civil government of Ten
nessee came into existence by the pow
er of the people, acting upon their in
herent rights as a free people, and
without the forms of law. It is the
child of revolution, and in many re
spects defective. That the people have
the right to reform or abolish it, and
Bubstitute another, can scarcely be
doubted. But by what process is this
to be accomplished ? Certainly not by
another revolution. If a-chaoge is
wanted, it must be effected in con
fortuity to law. Tresident Johnson en
gineered the movement which resulted
in our State Government, and we cat
not believe that be, however much he
may be disappointed in the conduct of
the men at the head of it, would lend
his influence to overthrow it That
would be turnioir upon himself. Let
the opponents of radicalism in Ten
nessee stand by the laws and fight un
der them. They will win in the end.
The New Orleaus Picayune make
the following remarks respecting the
recently elected Bishops of the Metbo
dist Church :
Rev. Wm. M. Weithtman, P. P., L. I
D., is a South Carolinian, and loiin.-rly ed
ited the Charleston t hrislun Auvocnie. n
it also well known as the bg igraplier o
liiihon Caiers. He is a man ol exieusive
and prolouud learning, and is now 1'resi
dent of the I niters. ty ol Alaburus, a
Greensboro, in that Slnle.
lie. D. SS. Docsett, D. V., was editor fo
many years of tbe Methodist Quarterly Ke-
lew, and now presides over t tie r.pisoopa
Methodist, at Ku-bmond, a, ol wh
Stale be is a son, aod is hi;h'y esteemed f r
hit scholarship and ability aa a writer and
Rsr. 11. X. McTycire. D. P., is well
known her, wheu as editor of the Chris
titn Advcaie, aud as the eloqueut oeeu
pant of several of our pulpits, be so long
attracted crowded audiences to ice sain-
It v. E. M. Marvin is less known anion.;
us. lie comes fr un Missouri, from which
fctate he went with Ceu. Trice as his chap
lam into tbe army, and served on lha
eacelul and heavenly dmr throughout the
lata unhappy conflict, ibe (act that b
ministerial hrelhrrn ehosa bun bishop on
the first ballot, shows their high es'.imate
bis character aud abilities.
The "CentrsJ Directory" haye agreed
upon ft report, synopsis of which we
publish this morning as telegraphed to
the Cincinnati Enquirer. It may get
through Congress, but will be stranded
high and dry in its attempted traDsi
through the State Legislatures. The
Jacobina, in order to keep the settle-
i ment in the hands of the present Con
gress, propose to call the State Legisla
tures together immediately. They
cn't trust the people.
Grr. Gfi.ET. The order for tho re
lease of Capt Frank Gurley was issued
at tbe instance of General Grant, who
e xamiDed tbe papers himself, and come
to the conclusion that bis arrest waa a
gross outrage. At the same time his
election to bo SheiiG' of iladison coun
ty m universally looked upon aa the
height of jndu-crelion. J w strange
that he permitted it, or that his friends
allowed liM nxme to b used. No one
l.'ilietes lhashe murdered McOook who
kriows nut-ht of tho caie, but some
thing i duo to the prejudice cf public
opinion, and thst i h-. public oj'itHm
of the North H'u-lifft.-n Cor. Hunter.
Frank Gurly's cae is no more of ft
"gross outrage;' than that, of Dick Mc
Cann. If Gen. Grant interfered pro
perly in behalf of Gurley, be ought not
to hfsitalo to compel the release of
McCarn. His evident wishes in regard
to the latter have been disrr garded to
placate the diabolism of our Governor,
and he ought to make. L'.mself respec
Bye-the-bye, specking ff cbanpes in
oflii-'e. the ronduet f tu Federal l strict
Atiornev, llarritou, at Neshvil'.e, is looked
upon with S'ir; rise, and no one need won
der it lii ccU up some hue mowing arm
Cuds his j'o ilickl bead cut complete. y off.
Wash. for. homer.
What in the world has our friend, tho
District Attorney, beeu d'mg to incur
the dinpIeuMire of the PreRidont? Ju?t
nothing, llrhfts been attending to his
duties, faithfully, and i-i a tiucere
friend of the resident. True, bo at
tended the meeting culled to nominate
a candidate in opposition to Msjor
Lewis; but this was because he was op
posed to bolting, and th5 correspond
dont quoted above, in the sme letter,
pays "the J. resident regards tne iracas
in the General Af.Eembly as unfortu
nate, lie 'u Utterly opposed to the se
cession, of any )art J the maulers" Fres
dent Johnsnn is too just to condemn a
meritorious public cllicer fur coinciding
with himself in opinion.
If tho Pretideut wants a head out
here, ho ought to look amongst those
serpents whom he warmed into life,
and are now stinging him.
Frank Guiley U now at large. When
he was arrested ha tendered his resig
nation as Sheriff of Madi?on county,
Ala, but it w:.s not accepted. It is
supposed he will resume the duties of
his cilice in a short time.
Judge Frazier, United States Judge
in Florida, has decided the lawyer's
test oath constitutional.
BY LAhT MKIIT'S MAIL.
Fabtiur Foist, April 3i) The steam
er Hibernian, from Liverpool the 1'Jth
and Londonderry the 2Uth, passed here
Austrii and J'russia derman advices
continue to be mere reassuring and
there was a growing belief in peace. A
Vienna telegram of the 18th says: Ba-
raria, Wurtemburg, Saxony, Baden and
Dawstadt are quite united on tne tier
man and federal question, and should
war ensue they would all be on the
side of Austria, their agreement even
hopes that peace will not ha di;tuibed.
Peace meetings continued to be neld
throughout the provinces.
The text ot tbe 1'ruesian reply to tne
Austrian dispatch is published. It
deals especially on admitting members
of the Austrian troops on tne rrussian
frontier, by which Prussia was led to
take defensive measures, and says that
if Count Wensdorf, after ibe Emperor
had passed his word that no aggression
was intended by Austria, should still
continue military preparation, it can't
be expected that Pruesia on an equally
clear denial of any hostile intention
been given by the King, would relin
quish those defensive measures which
were called furth by the attendance ot
Austria, and the Prussian answer to
J he remonstrance is said to be cold
and haughty. The Austrian answer
says Austria does not ask one inch ot
land in the Du'chies, nor will the ac
cept it Prussia wishes to annex the
Dutchirs, and Aulii& is bound to sup
port tho lights of the Sehleswig-llol-
stsin people. She will not dictate to
them, but requires that the will of the
people and of the Diet should be re
spected; Prussian aiidAustrian troops
should be withdrawn, and the people
should choose a government by uni
Austria accepts their decision, even
if in favor ot Prussia.
France An Imperial decree adjourn
ed the corps Legislative until June. '21
Rentes on the 1Mb closed at 67f. 15c.
,Spain In the Chamber of Deputies
the Minister of the Interior stated that
the government was cognizant of the
operations of certain conspirators, but
did not apprehend any serious disturb
ance of the public tranquility.
i.'wi.vi'a There was great rejoicing at
St. Petersburg and elsewhere on ac
count of the Emperor's escape from
assai-si nation. The man who attempted
his life is a Russian land-owner of small
means, who considered himself injured
by the emancipation of the serfs. lie
discharged a pistol within a few feet of
the Emperor, and the shot would have
probably taken effect had not some
person turned n asiae. ims person
uas been enobled.
It is said that the Emperor, with per
fect presence of mind himself seized
the culprit, asking him quietly : "What
have 1 ever done to you that you
should seek my life?
A Berlin dispatch says it is extreme
ly doubtful if Prince Charles of Uohen
zollern will accept the Hoppodarship of
Roumonia. It was reported that the
great powers had declined to counte
nance his illegal election.
Wasbixutos, April 30 The bill in
trodueed to-day, by Air. Rice of Maine,
in reference to naiional banks, provides
for the conve:s.on of State national
banks to an amount of capital to be
limited, on rvpl'Cation to the Comptrol
ler of the Treasury, on or before the
fiist day of July, iu apportionment ol
the same preference should be given to
banks in such States as have not re
ceived their just proportion of national
banking capital, with due regard to
existing banking capita), resources and
business of such States.
The new tax bill provides that asses
sors, within one year, insert or enter
upon their books any names of persons
or parlies omitted, or the undervalua
tion to which they may have been
Tho President to-day ordered par
dons to be i?sued to forty-nine Texians,
uuder the iirst exception of the am
nesty proclamation, as having held
civil oflice uuder tbe so-called Confed
erate government three from Georgia,
ten from Louisiana and five from Ala
bama. All of these were recommended
by Governors of their respective States.
The segregate appropriations in bill
reported to-day tioni Commitleo on
Appropriations for Freedmen's Bureau,
lor the next iiecal year, are 11 04 O'Al.
ClxriNXATi, April oO, p.m A dis
patch from Cadiz, Ohio, announces the
arrest of two of the robbers of the Har
rison National Bank ; $150, CM) of the
amount stolen was recovered.
Genkiui. Littler Fowler and Wells
publish this result of the manipula
tions of General Butler's bumps: "You
are an excellent judge of the value of
property. Are almost skeptical in mat
ters ot religion. Are more radical than
conservative, and if even inclined to
be conservative are so from vohcy."
Beally, there must be something in
. this phrenology.
Tcisdat, May 1.
The Senate was called to order at 9 a. m.,
Speaker 1'rierion in the chair.
Tbe cc nsideraiioa of the Benate Fran
chise bill was resumed.
J.fr. Carrlpan ottered an amendnoent tnai
the elective franchise be not extended to
negroes until ten years after the pssssge ot
the bill. Laid on the table 17 ayes, 3
Mr. Johnson waa called to th cha r, and
Speaker Frieraon addreesed tbe Senate in
ppoaition to the bill fcpeecnes were aiso
made bv Mr. Trimhle in lavor, sou oj
Messrs Senter, Keith and Aldridge against
Mr. Carrian offered an amendment that
the present bill should be in lieu of the act
of June 5. IsCi. and ail other franchise
hilU. Laid on tbe table by 16 ayes to a noes
Tbe vote was then taken on the final
riastasre of the bill, and resulted as fo.lows :
A. i Case, Hall, McElwec, Smith and
Noel Aldridge, Bos son, Cate, Cypret,
Carr,ao, Frszier, i raz er of Ktox, John
an, ICeith, Senter and Speaker Frierson
Adjourned to 9 a. m. to-morrow..
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.
Tuesday, May 1.
Tbo House was called to order at 9 o'clock
By Mr. MulHns: For the relief of jurors
and snenfTs in certain cases, i'assed.
By the same: To regulate' tbe settlement
of account of those receiving Slate reve
By the-ume: To incorporate tbe Shelby
vi le .Savings Bank. Passed.
B: Mr. W ines: To incorporate tbe Mor
row lii'ursnee Company. Passed.
Bv Mr. Smith of Hardeman : To create
th- . llici of Collect ir of Privileges of Shel
ty county. I'assed.
Bythisame: To incorporato the Arte-
siau Spring ot Henry county.
SKNATS RESOLUTIONS TAKEN UP.
N'1. : Al'owing mileage and per
diem to Mes-srs. Cave Johnson and A. E.
(Jarrelt, claimants to 8 ats in the Senate.
Mr. Mullins moved to amend by striking
out tne nsmo ol Mr. ua reii. tiirnea,
ayes 37, n es 20. The resolution as amend
ed was tbea put and lost.
HOUSE BF.SOLCTION3 TAKEN CP.
No. 229: Authorizing the Judiciary Com
mit:ee to eoQuire if there is any relief for
the citizens of tbe State who have psid to
the Confederate authorities under the Con
fiscation deb. s due to Northern creditors.
Adopted and referred to tbo Judiciary Com
mittee. No. 227: That aa many counties of febe
Stale are without representation in the
State Legislature, by the receot actim of
the House, in exclud ng from their seats all
those who had resigoed their seats aud were
re-i lec;ed, therefore
Unsolved, That the C erk of tbe Houbo be
instructed to transmit to Governor Brown
low a list oi all vacancies which now exist,
and that ho take action to fill the sani6 im
mediately. Alter some little disenssion, the resolu
tion was lo.t by a vote of ayes 2S, noes 2.
riOOSE BILLS ON TBIID BEADING.
No. 13o: To disqualify all rebels and
traitors from holding oiheo. Recommitted
to the Judiciary C-Jiumitlee.
HOUSE BILLS ON SECOND READING.
No. 23S: To prevent free persons of color
fr. m immigrating to thij State. Laid cn
No. 247: To fix the time of electing
judges, attorney geutrA.s.atc. Laid oo the
K(. 202: To prevent seditions and trea
sonable practices Passed.
No. 263: For be relief of debtors. Laid
on tbe table.
No. 205: To extend the jurisdiction of
Juatics of th Peace in cases of replevin.
Lid on the table.
No 25S: Tj authorize County Court Clerks
to settle with executor iu certain cases.
Laid on the tab e.
No. 200: For tbe relief of sheriffs and
On mot. on the House adjourned until two
nOl'SK BILLS ON SECOND READING.
No. 261: To repeal all laws restricting the
sale of Fpiritu us liquor. Rej- cUd.
No. 26ti: To ratiiy and conn-in the pro
ceedings of court on certsia cases. Laid
on the table.
No. 2GU: To repeal section 3,003 of the
Code. Laid over.
No. 27U: Allowing the services of a Clerk
lo t he State Treasurer.
No 280: To repeal sections 4,924,4,925,
4,92(5, and 4,927 of the Code. Laid on the
No. 2S2 : To allow free persons of colnr to
l urchase, own aud dispose of property.
No. 283: To amend lection 3,190 of the
No. 231: For ibe betefit of securities on
constable' bonds. Laid ou the tai e.
No. 289 : To eineod tho constitution of
the State. Passed.
No. 2'J'J: To increase the jurisdiction of
justice of the peace in cettaiu cases.
No. 515 i amend titla 13, article 3,
chai ter fi of th Cd. La:d oa the table.
No. 320 : To amend the road laws of the
No. 326: To supply records lost or de
stroyed. Laid on the table.
Un motion, the II ,iue adjourned until 9
The Augusta (Ga.) Constitutionalist
says: Hon. Alex. H. Stephens is in bet
ter health now than at any time during
the last thirty years, and his hopes of
liberty more secure, since 1859, when,
with prophetic vision, he saw the
coming anarchy and, feeling that mad
ness ruled the hour against reason, re
tired from the House of Representa
tives at Washington.
Should Congress sanction the Constitu
tional amendment proposed by the Kecon
struc.Ln Committee, a resolution will be
presented, requesting the Governors of
States to convene the Legislatures to act
npon them. Cin. Commercial.
Why not wait until after the summer
and fall elections, and let the people
pass judgment upou the work of the
"Central Directory ?" Are the radicals
afraid of the people ?
The Washington Chronicle publishes
extracts of letters from Georgia and
Texas, giving accounts of sundry mur
ders, and ascribes them to the Treti
dent's policy. Whose policy is respon
sible for the murder of the Deering
family at Philadelphia? The Kadical
Tho petition which Mr. Sumner pre
sented to the Senate last Thursday,
asking for the expulsion of Garret Da
vis, of Ky., was signed by a lot of ne
groes. Loss of the Steamer Wm G. Gibboss.
The steamer Win G. Gibbons, Capt.
Garnett, of Erwin A; Hardee's line, left
this city Wednesday morning with five
hundred (500) bales of cotton for Sa
vannah About two o'clock, p. m, of
the samo day, when near Uershman'a
Lake, 110 miles below here, a spark
from the boiler ignited the cotton im
mediately under the pilot house. Eve
ry exertion was made to extinguish
the Ore, but all efforts proved futile.
The cotton was nearly all destroyed,
and the bo it burned to the water's
edge. The hull, with the machinery,
is still afloat.
The steamer Eclipse, CapU Morgan,
arrived yesterday afternoon with the
crew and pa.ssengers Fo'tunately, no
person suffered bodily injury from the
accident. The Gibbons was a first class
river steamer, and had been plying be
tween here and Savannah for nearly a
year, always arriving and departing on
stated days. We have sot been ad
vised whether the steamer and cargo
were insured. Augusta Constitutionalist,
CcsTOM3. -The following are the re
ceipts from this source at the principal
porta for the week ending April 21, 186C:
J New York.. 12,536,375 49
rnaeipuia.. i.a.ao m
V4 au Via V fW -l V w
Total 2,7?6,2U Zi
Dailt Uios Ornci, )
Jfashville, May 1, 1865. J
There has been a slight advance in the
Flour market, and there is good demand
for Cora ot 87)c for mixed, and 90 for
Gold is fluctuating in Kew York, being
down at noon yeeterday to 125J in New
York. Yesterday was the time for tbe pay
ment of tbe May interest on the 5-10 bonds,
atd at least $20,000,000 will be paid cut
within a week, and doriog'the period occu
pied in disbursing this sum, gold will be
down. "Whether or not it will recover will
depend on many contingencies, which defy
The following dispatches were received
on 'Change yesterday;
New Tore, May 1 12 m.
Gold ?5. UverjxH advice fry "Scotia" report
uilos batuidsy ot lo.uoo UUc, of Octtoo ; midtiiiag
uplunda quoleu at H,,li)
Ntw Yoec. Mar 1 D. m.
Pf.lJ 26' Cottoa 32 lo 36, nominal. Itrj Guods
declining, transactions smau.
Bt. Louis. Marl
eui erfiae Floor 17 25 to 57 60. Cora 62 to 63.
Cats 42 10 13c.
Su pet fine Flour $7 50 to 17 7a. Coin 65 to 70c
Oau 45 to 47c. Whisky U 2i.
Cincinnati. Msy 1.
etmerfine FlourSS 60 to 19 Ou. Wtimt It 10 to
il -ii. Corn 68 to 04.S. Otis 42 to 46c. V. bixky
Si 'tl. Lard 20c. M Pork $28 00. Bides 17 lo
8i7'ij Market verj dull and innctive, and prices,
ii any change, a shade eai.er.
Citrrenct .The United States Treas
urer having received thousands of ap
plications from curiosity seekers, who
desire to have cooie3 of each of the
fractional currency issues, has decided
to niint several thousand of each in
order to supply the great demand. The
faces and the backs ol the notes will
be printed on different sheets of papers,
and will be sold at half prices ; as, for
instance, the facpf the iifty-cent note,
according to the programme, will cost
twenty-five cents. None of these notes
can be redeemed, and, consequently,
providing a sufficient number is issued
to cover the amount, xhe Government
will realize some $30,000 by the specu
lation. INI 4.URIUU
On Msy 1st, by Rev. Dr. Bunting, Mr. AuxASPia
Weight, of While Bluff Station, Tenn., and MifcS
M at E. Bloar, f f th ily.
Read! Read! Read!
1-HE armies Georgia Girl, ANN K. LElff, who
ha-ieeo iu:tcnihmg and muring all irbohine
witne-!t(M r er wocil.-rful performance, w.11 hold
her levees a y or to longer at tha room ariioio
ipgMaaoDic 11 al . Let ever; pen on go aod se
nr. uij2 It
ALL persons having claim1) against the estate cf
J. T. Scot', de fswd, r hereby notified lo
file them, du y authenticated, with the t lerk ol'
Perry county, for pro rata diatniMiUou, on or l e
fore ihe first'MomUy in Octotier, 1st, or they will
bo lore er tarred in Uw or equi'y.
JOHN LARKINE, and
may2 4l B. T. BOOTT,
Horses and Mules.
ASSISTANT QtTAR'l EKM STER'3 OFFICE,)
Nashville, Teun , May 2, i860. J
I WILL offr fr eala at tbe U 3 Corral on Ce
Har Mireet, (Ibrmnrly occupied by the U. H. M.
R. R ) Maehvilie, Teou , on the bin day of May,
41 llotvoj, owe or less.
60 Mules, "
Pale to commence. t 10 o'clock, a.m.
Terrrw-Uv-h, in Government KunHa.
by order ot A K. Eddy, U. S. A , Chief Q M., D.
of f. K. B. KiKK,
maj2-t ll 8 Pvt. Ma), and A. (j. M.
F. O. LIGHTE & OO.
(Late Lighte, Newton A Bradbary,)
Manufacturers of First-Class Piano
Highest Prnvum atths Ameiian WorU's Fair and
Kxliilii on "I th lodus'ry of all flatten.
rpHls well k."n cHiabliNliuieat '8 now cr.niinunl
1 ly V C J.I'iHTE and LOUIS R.N3T, at tre
o'd stHii.l, 4-'l Bruome at , between Crovby Hiid Am,
incw York City. may ly
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Woman, and the whole Panorama of the War ara
here thrilling y and ninliog y portrayed in a m
terly munnei, at once hwto;icl and romantic, ren
dering 't 'ro mo'l ample, rrill ant and rewlabie
book that 'he nr has called forth.
Dinah ed orncers and aoldiera teachera, enrgetic
young men, ami ail in want of profitable empliy
ineDt, will Bad this 'he best ehance to make mocuy
ever yet cSed. tend for circclara and tea our
Addre-a NATIONAL PITBL19HINO C".
118 W"-t fourth bireat, Cineinoa'.i, Ohio.
THE Ladies' FsirfoMhe Beoeflt of ST. MARY'S
OKPHA 1 ASYLUM was nt-opened lat-t nignt,
and will continue op'0 for a few davs only, in the
tasemert of the Cathedral, corner of Cedar and
Bura r.fr streets. Admission V5ceoU.
HAVING suggested the insolvency of the estate
of Alexander ootton, dweased, to the Clerk
of ha fionnty Court of bmi h countv, Teonesa-e,
and order having been mado for nuUi auon ia the
Na-hv lie t'nlon. a newspaper ruWifhed in thect'y
of Nai-hville. Tennesee, for four consicutiv
weeks, requiring all persona having claima aainxt
taid esa'e to rile them, properly authenticated,
wiih the C erk of said Conn, on or before the 15th
dsy of October, 18t, tor pro rata dietrihtition, or
they will be forever barred in law and eqmty.
This U, therefjre, notice of the asme, this April
28tn, 186fi. MART DOUGLASS,
Portable Engine for Sale,
WITH a fiii I and complete aet of Oil Wall Tools,
w th tubing, pumps, aod sucker rods. For
further particular, enquire at
mayl tf No. 14 Broad 9treet
Auction and Commission House,
No. 18 North College Street,
Late Uiva t Co., Whoi sale Wine and Liquor
HAVING rented the ahnve house for (ha pnr
TO'eof doing a reenlar Anetirin a Cmmi
aion businea, we mot rearect ully srlipit the pa
tronage of onr old friends and -i(iuuotMces. 1 he
above house wi'l to rpeoed for com-lnmenta oo
DO LI If i: BARNES,
pi29-1w No. 16 North College street.
HIGHEST I'lUCE PAID FOR THE
DUE FIRVT OF MAY, BT THE
First National Bank
50 College Street, near Public Square.
THK MERCBARTS' EXCHANGE will be open
ed for bu'oefl at the Hall of the Chamber of
Comwerce. o. 4 ColUre Ntreat, on Thursday
neit, and every day tbe eafter at 1 o'clock, p m ,
and renvvn open until t o'clock, when it ia expected
tnat the M-moer will be present with aamplea of
Cotton, Grains, ttrouanea. Jut.
All liuyers, whether membera or aot, are reepect
fully iaita lo ba present.
mar.-u ISAAC LITTON, Sec'y.
l CELEBRATED I
I'l M ! ! f I ! I i I
SHIRTS WIDE TO ORDER
No. 28 Cherry Street,
ICE! ICE11 ICS!!!
HAVING put upSO;OOOton tf Superior
Norlhein Ice, are are able to rill ord. rj iu an)
qu ntitv.well pa'ked, i iln horlet notice. We
call the altemioo of ikalei aod olhen-, I h it w.
will mike tont'H.n, on reasonable ternn, t ir the
enure aea-on. Give us a cad before muk.ng ar
HAHN, CROMIE & CO.,
apr8 lm Ho. 1 Criddletit , near Iouisvdle Lej oL
. HELFR & CO.,
No. 76 North M;rket Street,
Nashville, - Tennessee,
KEEP constantly on hand a good assortment
TrottInsWsons,Sprlns Wagons, Farm
Wagons, Skeleton Wagons,
And will mike to order all kinda of PLKA3URE
CAKklAGfci in their I ne, on fair Urma and ol the
best ma trial.
Oea'erH are repvir,i!lT invited to rail and ex
amin our ttock l fjre pnruha-irg elsewhere
Kepinug . one wi h neainess and dispatch,
and all woik warrmitcd.
A. A. HELFER & CO.
Cotton, Tobacco Factor
Forwardlng and Commission
No 6 Broadway, bMween Front and Market Street
WILL attend promptly to filling order for South
ern Mercranta, and rnapectftilly aoiicit eon
aignmenta from North rn Merchanta.
Our motto is quick aalea and prompt return1).
M. T. HAG EN.
Oity Shoe Store,
OPPOSITE THE ST. CLOUD HOTEL.
J. A. J. ROSE,
S. Sido Public Square,
OPPOSITE COl'RT HOUSE,
Nashville, ... TenuetNee.
WE HAVE NOW IN STORE
Five Hundred Cloth Coats
Finest Simona Cloth
Lowest Triced Cloth Manufactured.
Peque Cassimere Euila,
Baeti'e Cansimere Suili,
Drape de Fte Suits,
English Mellon (all colon) Suits,
French Silk Mixed Suits,
Chinese Searaucca Suita,
Creole Cheek Suita,
White Linen Duck Suits,
P.rown Linen Duck Suil9,
Spanish Linen Duck Suits.
BLACK 1 US TRE COATS,
Mulbcrrj co'ored Cloth Froe. Coats,
" " S.ck Coals,
Black " " " Coats,
Dahlia " " Coate.
gkexadim: silk vests,
White Silk Vest,
White Marseilles Vests,
Skeleton Cloth Vests.
These Gooda ra emixently worthy the attention
cf ah hnyem. We re-peetiiiily invite the auenlioa
cf tea r iioi c to Ihlt very large and uperb
STOCK OF CLOTHISG,
wb' ther they wih to buy or not. Wew.ll certainly
taka great plowtur ia scowuig onr good.
J. A. J. KU3E,
Ko. 11 8outh Si Ja PuUic & jcare, op,oa.te the Court
OFFICE ASSISTANT QURTEF MASTER,")
tiDA fTarr, TairrLa Wnaa, v
lB.ll E. Ts , A p il 25, le6. J
TWIILexrfe for ale, at Pctiic Ar.eiion, en
J. f All Kl'A i. Way fth, I860, the following bov
ei nnifO' liu Id'.npi :
At 10 o'clock, a.m., at the Magazine (for
merly Lunatic Afvlum)ou Frabklin 1'lke.
One Store House 21, 6i.T0
Cne Coinmiry 18 4iJO
Cne (jUHrtcra 15, x25
Two yurter Mxll 0.
Thrr e -uaid Mouses 12x12
Oje Shed 0slt 57
Koor Kitchen. i'xl5, 6
Two Water Clcseta 2 x'0.
At 11 o'clock, a m., cn Mulbrrry, between
Summer acd High EtreeU.
Cne Building (unfinished) aOz-5.
At 11.20 o'clork, a.m., rear of Old Govern
ment Bikerj ou Cullege Street.
Tivo Stables 4'ix X).
At 12 o'clock, m., rear of Xoj. 10, 12 ind 2t5
South Chtrrj Street.
Thre Build ns.
Fa'e lo made on tho premite-s.
'Irn.! Casn in Cor rnmeni Kunda
By order of A. K. tdd, U. 3. A., Dept Q. M.
A iv. WILL-,
pr2r.-td rT BU Mai. and A. M.
ARISTA NT QL'ARIE RMAS fEU"J OFFICE,
I 3, lt.60. J
Ci ir cTkFCT, tui Tarsi
I- a-nville, ienn., April
ALL persons eotrnizant of theexi-t-nce of frrave
it rotipi ot Knoea wherein are lire red de-tea-en
tedfr.il Soldiery, in i.jii.ted JoraMtie in or
irfur the c ty f Nashville, Tern , aie reijuested to
nrdi y th.in uftie inimeiiateiy of the faet, in rder
that fiirpi may im taken for ih rerroval of the
tovnoM A. W. W ILLS,
pp-i 2t-lm diw Bvt. Mj acd A y. M.
ASSISTANT QUARTEKMA-lTeR 4 OFFICE.l
CCDA a STai'ET Nftl TioTL Won;, V
NiHviii.r, Tinm., At nl3, 1S68. J
SE4LED PROPS4IJj will he reeved at this
ortiee np to 3 o'elo ;it, p.m., M:iy 7ih. istiti, for
the diHiotermgand reinietini? 'he lodieM of oeee
d Federal 9'idier-i. iti'a'e w thio 15 miles of Mash
viile, 'lenn. Hds to pec fy the amount chnrjjid
lei-pe 'uvely fur ihe r-m vl of b dies FiiuaUa 0
miien or le- x, lo :ni:s cr lei-ss. and 16 miles or leas
(icm the citv.
Hy crder tf A R tddy, U 8. A., P-fot Q M.
A. W. WILLS,
apiC4 td 6r Evt. Mj. aod a. (j. M.
k 1st, 2d, and 3d,
Congo Square, N. 0.,
riHE larzeft, most complete.
L and en etiTe on ' ottion he
' , f-ra the puhMc, of the rery cran
de la cioiieot
WILL EXDIRIT AT THE C0ESE8
Scmmtr and Union
Wednesday & Thursdar,
Af erxoonsaud ETenin",
For lit of diitingi)ii-heil Arti.i'a,
Ml and Keauile. mil epeciali
h. 9 to t refuted, see daily
The ai'teinoon peribrniane8 of
We. nM t nd ILursdny all! be
7f Free Exhibition
At 9 o'i 1 .k preei-rlr. when Ma
t. r CHAhLEft, late of the C.rque
lmier al, Pt.riJ. will make n !
en ion on .ho ouNide of the Pa
lirn en a
Single slender Wire,
Oi From 'h jrround to tl.otp o
V the centre p ie 0:i-tni-e of 310
, feet, at an aililudo o( 7S feeL
Toors open in the erening
at 7 o clo k.
Performances will commence
Bl OO C1JCK.
. bo eta.
To Owners and Occupants of Houses
Within the Clt j Limits.
MAYoll'd OFFICE, 1
Nim villi, Ta.iM , April M,
N'OTICE i hereby irin to owner and eccu
pantji of honfeo and lo'i with n tao corporate
limits ol trie cuy cf Nasnnda to iniTediaiely pre
pare tot lennse their premise, hy removing crl all
nliii and ortal from tneir hou'ef, yards, ceuara and
lota. Ample preparations have Lee a made to vig
orously proMH-ate the work of removing all fihh
outeide the city iimim.
It will al.n tie required of oeeu pan tg of honacs to
use lime ireely. 'jheCity Marrhal, or one of hia
deputes wil notify rit zna id advance ol Ihe mut,
ar il any failure to eornply in all respec a with the
lorefcoini:, will be strict y dealt with by law.
apzo-l W MA lT liK )WN, Mayrr
Splendid (hance for Invest
ment. IN a hort time, w II be offered for pnMic aa'e, a
large I welung IIimi-w, toother with aboul 7U
leetof ground. No. Ii South Cherry a rtel, koowa
aalhe Crai)ihad Rwidnee.
'I hi rrocrty liea within one hnndrel yardi cf
tfe Tostortiee, Masonc Temple and Custom liousa
Int. The term ol the sale will bt one fourth raMh:
balance in one and two yeam. No tx-tler property
has teeaon t'e market lor yeara. Exact limn of
the k1o will be n.ale known by public advernee
ment. ar?i. lw
E. REMINGTON & SONS,
Ee vol ven, nifles, Muskets and
Va- tr.e I'ndeJ States erviy. A! Pocket and
B It Kevnler, Repeal ne Pintoia, R.rle fanes. Re
Tniving K fl a, K tie and t-h l Uua Karrela, and trim
Mnlenolsgeni-riilly. boliibyGua Jjeaiera aod the
'Irvle throushoui thecxiuntrT.
In thefe days of Hmim P.reakiaj and RoUry
ever? hoc". "tre, hank, and ortVe ahoold have
oaeof KEM1';TJVS REvOLVKKS.
C;rru.r conain h? cutH and dncriplion ef oar
Arms wi I he fu'n npon application.
K Kh.Mt.XiTOS fc Mils, liion, N.Y.
MOOKK MCUOLS, AxerU,
apr;!12-P.m No. Coortland Bt , N. Y.
Patsergers ard Shippers.
Ni33VfLLE AND r-ECAll'B R. R. LINE.
Kumii.Lt, T April J, lo.l
THE damaea caused to the Biehland bridges fy
the U'e irwhet having tien tepa red, r-a and
alter Hun. iay, Apri9 h. ! njertiaina will Ijerun
reular aa tmrwoioie. Fremhl will be receivod fr
all Koiata on and afler Mond.iv, r.rT th.
J. B. VANliYSk, (jeol Sup't.
PURE LAKE IOE
Wlf.L f delivered to any part ot the eity.
Kamilieu, Hota a and Riauranta will t
promptly snppiiad, bv leavirjr their ordeia at Capt.
Widrnet'a ilivery htable, XQ. Ori North Market
Street. aprl4-i3)l J0HJ UOOAN.
B. H, THOIilPEOH
HAT Al CAP STORE,
Ladies' and Gents'
No. 23 Cherry Street,
T. I SALTSUn
Corner College and I'nlon fits.,
TBHnM estahl nhed Oallery has lutely heen re
moilelled ami tilled ep in maenirii ent !tyle,
and everv conveniriKje ha heen xtndiei for tha
txnetitof the puUie It has only to he seen to txt
apprm idled. It 1-1 a' en en tl or, witb a vice Tui
lel U.iom lor the Ladi. anil I.ihih t.'ini tua etlr
to pieae will Ijeappnciated ty his iiitroiw.
are in receipt of Dew lot ot AltUT, Ci.rte tie
Nh he frratnen, new otyle, nnd, aa herrtolure, will
keep a tare lot of fn i ami Ki.- wo.d Kramer, su t
able fur lare 1'icturea, such aa
N. B. Parilrnler tttettirn Ten lo Copying and
Ejia-i; de;, J'aiut ng, Ac , in entry style.
X'a'l and tee hefire nin elwerhere.
Kemember the p'aee Coruer f College and
I'nion tre.;H ever the firtig ttore.
L. L. COLEMAN.
AHONGST the many complimentary
noticea gi?eu us by the preus of thia
city, we knotv of none which we deem
aa coming with so much heartfelt sin
cerity, aa the following from the JTash.
velle Daily Union. :
"At a period like the present, when our
city is filled to overflowing Willi a transient
population, and diseases prevail to an ex
tent hitherio undreamt of, it ia proper that
the mean of cure should be of ready ac
cess, ami that those immediately interested
shou'd have information whii-h will lead
them to avail theiuselvea of competent
Med.oal advice. Men who have beeo edu
cated in the heat schools of th profession
of .Medicine, and heen tuecessi'ul in a prac
tice of many years, are aurely worthy of
confidence; if they have given their aitea
tiou exclusively to oce branch of the pro
fession, aud mad themselves masters of it,
they have still more right to expect sup
port, mire particularly il they have Hord
ed proof of their ability to cure. To this
latter clasa belongs Dlt. L. L. COLEMAN,
who, in his specialty, has been a benefactor
to the ai'lictcd, and may ever be relied oa
as a sale and Bure physician.
We respectfully inform our friends
that we may still be found at our office,
relieving those afflicted with
Also, all Female afflictions arising from
functional derangementa of the WOMB
and irregular Menstruation.
All my preparationa can be aent by
Express to any portion of the country.
L. L 10LLH1N, 5J.D.,
U North Cherry Street,
Post Office Box 502. yaahvillo, Tcna.
What CTfry Man, Woman and Child
0 FAMILY SHOCUJ EE WlTSCCT IT.
rjlH! Me.Jirinhatxn tried the two last years
A. tuoiera, iinl naa provt-n to t tt,a lt
preve-'imva ; a. d ihe puiiiio in.y re'y on n d .ina
What Ir. Mr(i,i aura it will.
Th u.,i. , .
Buramer txni(.lint, I'mm ,a tf,B )owel, anl t
immm;i r nei ol in a B,miJfim r.f cho
lara. fnnted dirw-tinoa are on every bottle, witri
i.i- bk" anu now. ine m'k- ne ia put up in two
diffeiei.t siza; ios, Free fl no tr m b"ttl. f.-r
Ii; 4 o, prie f , or mx Ujttlwi f,r Il'. A literal
aiacount maie to thon who buy to -"ell again
Any eron sending J j by mail, will receive six
uo .vm of expreHti.
We are n- w raady to furnish a'l the who may
rail at the etTice nd roo-r. of I'r M-OlLL, cvr
Terlr'a hook btore, atiili, lean.
U. S. Marshal's Salo
Steamer Ada Lyon.
ON 8ATTJRDAY, the 6th (Jay of My neit, at It
o'eck, a m , at lha oppar wharf at Naahr.lle,
1 will aell at Pn'hc Auction, the Meamljoal AiiA
LYO.N, hertoatri, apparel, tackle and furnitura.
baid rale ia mitde under a dc-ew of the L'mUd
SUtea In-tret Cou't. at Nanhvii; prom unoed on
April 234, Xvj't, ia tbw rauae of Jobo Heath and
otnera c stewniboat Ada Lyoa, !.
Tiaai. Una-fourth car-b, laJance in three e-pal
iDtimfnU,at , an t l munlba' credit. oie
to be (tiveu, wiln approved n--ur.lv, liearn? inter
est fromaau. - . R.'f:LASOiH:K.
aprilit tda C, d. Maisti.
"J r SUbyhj, Week OBly
WeJueslny. Fnd.y Dd FaturJ:.T .., .r
Original Millcnicn Tsblean
Kesened et ' ' " .-. .ij
'o Half Priee at"V"ht "
ui. ..... . -"sUI.
nuui'iun iu jTin ri-S- Ail ti..,
Adisrmrf ih h.h '."'
cured ax Mts.,r. D rnmn . k.ntI
from to I:', a m. kq.i irnm 2 t . s B ir -:
SHIBTS 01DE TO OBDEa
AND BUY YOUR
XI j. T ,
GREEN & GREEN'g
Wines, Liquors Cigars, Iok&
NO. 85 SOUTH SlPfi BkUlWaT.
Nashville - - Tennc ssre.
ft Ehii prime New Or'eaos Suc'r,
d: a- Porto Kico aunr.
1 !. do t'uu
k'i b:neUt nir.ir.i ,m t'ndfrel
A. Hnd li. 'Ar. u.:Hr,
ejiir -.r i I i to.i.
4) Hbw K n t! .-,
VI Ji Co ' ,
V"l au l.auiTi l r!.e
J'l Hus-i i r."-,
1" Ht A;i.iiv,
9 Hsip Pepper,
'M HrriU M:.:er!,
Hi l; tola do
9 0 k.! do
M do uicri,
lOO,) r-ir, rsnr'e I Pnmda
m) bols liunlle,
lm) no Ks. us,
6"! Ca-es .Hr.,ne,"
2S C'a-M Oyster.,
l'W lk liifaet,
i iNestx '1 U! !,
ToKether w-'h earytti)BS UatM"y ';. in wl.r. ,
aaie Uroeery Huu ira.
KO Barrels Robertson Couniy Vt,-Vv,
6" do homtion do ' u.
J fo fcyw dj
lis do Koctifit-d Wn.-kv,
6 Cawks Hnoesry Hr-!,.tv,
5 ito (Hard. I'm.iiy 4 o.'s it,.-,
lo Barrels A pi le kran.ty, try . .i,
10 do lYacn iio
6 do bherry V an,
Ia store, and for ml a at
No. 35 Broadway,
NASHVILLE, - - - TN.
To Wlicm It frlay Cocs:
Al.tj pr rMons havin T'a iia.eiet t
anil C ' a tniHtL" Kaii ih ! cri . . . ti v, ir . , . .
.n.r to l.t -1'ilf, l.", arn no lt..t . .
ClaimHR-e ri-vrrH-l to a t'. im.i Hca ,,i .;.-
eoBeiniir.Kofl.evi Wad, M H. , .,. !, .
H. laidwclt, h , vrli i n i-ct m ,i.:roi. r i
Monday an 1 'luony, 'unit ami -T;-i n;
ffctlkfi t L,tterii .r-rT..it l.l
WHITE MAN BROTHER'S
WI(Lpy.ii rent 7.T !.-m c'-i.t n U,
'(uanrc of lm 'm or n . H i-'i ;
paid for old Uev'Spctf, Wcu'.ea I .v, 1. 1., i ,
NO. Gi N. E. CUKNER I'cl vtcl .;
reapers m mm.
"llfE hava on hand a nri.lv n' M. Term.
f T Mower, and roll Khkin Ka'r-, to r-.
weea: theatfntioa r.f K'Th"h 'J i.pi i I !
to enciilue tr.ew Mn n t'ora pur.-r r n.
Kn holt-cn, we Uikwo Fonr llorx
Theee MarhinM are nn ue-t onably to --i v-
china bow in uae. Maniifwiurpd at dull .i n, 1 r'
A 1 extra rlxturna are ly tioiaiu.), i iH.nr.i.
Wa have rn band a n w and v-ry tir..- - It F- i;r
tan, eonrple-e, w.ihaix keB r f .yrup. lie r'
will tew.il very low.
M , WM ITOV CO..
B'2-lm No. 4 -onth M.ik.-'
W. VI K8 Married I. lt ti - I.Mii:1
ot aun t c f an iji r-a l iarr-ny, t
end starn for It. Stuart' f r vt rir:ulnr t ;
r ed LadiiM, and eommoa iwneej wid ell you
Mj HUMULij. All ciimn!iiiir!i'rjifi...n
denl.al. Id: 1'IM.KV b I HA1.!,
arl4 Sfnw P- I'raaer a'n.i. rri
ONRof thebMt ReMidem-Mi in the emuiirv. t
tliH niubern part ol in near th trtn i.
ol thaSouth Naenvil'e Hor-Mmaiin.al, m a ft:
rte neiehirho Tnn t u I msw a lurk"" ir.ortH -two-ury
br.i-u, with U-u imiiuh, a L hr., .., m-h..,
bm k wm.k hor.w and aervnnl mww. h od i -trn,
Uruayar l, weil iv 1,.-1, a tf. 17 a r i
land, part of wbicb ia lira rai garden Ihi. i
w:t l rhoiee fnal tren. A part u-d tor a l r
yard, with pleaty of wtt-r, and a I ei.nven t-r.
for (?-'tmn woxJ. 'l': . and C. Ka in.l ia--
by tneccrner of the pi we, trom wh en w.-i -
o-ived for bom. ox Lit k Ibeproporty o .j- ''
IheeorporatioD, an l id therefore nnul fri.m " r
poration taje. A icxl epnn ia iiniiiei.j.e.y J-
f.inoiK kiw prowrty, I f"rrii ti.. j .
.' I' H F E T K.
e W M A'lT Kki 'W S a iv I
Z.zJ:tj How Lost! How Kitur"
Jusi VubUihal in a iri ed Eirl pt. Il'u''t
ALFCTCRK on t natur i! treatment, a:, i
k al cure of fpnnaUirrbiBa. cr vmnui V "
n t liiKluaUry iMriiJu-ioim, reiuai Im iiy. "
ImH-i.ii)ent Ui M.imae jfonenoiy , ervuM
Cuuaiflpl:OD, itpuepay, an 1 i . MetnaJ aid l"i'
:! toca, a'i'y, reiilliui 'ro.ii h atni-e, A . '
fotii. J. Culvejwell, M. L author oi tho "
UX Botu to Thuaaanl of MaTercra"
Sent Dnder aeal, ia ap ain eovelnf.', to h r , ;
drea, ptt piui, on r r- yl cl i o-ni- ' r J
tcwiuti aiampii, ! v K LI U..
12T Bowpry, Aaw Vork, l'o. (ttCra B
HONN'TAO .V ItlZiHi.
l'iSfaldea Lanw, Yoik,
Importers of French and German Iv -r
And MUSICAL MERCHANDISE ;nerai'r
Th attention of dealer m reje. tt .li a -' '
our larne and wull Mort.i sbK-k, " bleu '
tlie lowe-t market ti e
aprl-jm SONNTti' Mj.
If) FIRT CLASS Bl SINEHS MEN tr.ei.i'- 3
l'J a trav-!ini biiioe. fay f.-om J'" - J"
per dy. t all at Si, Ceditr t-ot, lor a t J
nnrn mti tmn
mmM l u