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ALL SttKTS OF RUMORS FHO COBA. 5 . t 1;-! t St H I l -M , , , ; ' "t"" '. . . '". . " . .... I . , i r: ! ! ESTABLISHED MAEGB 30, 1835. NASB Y11.LE, TEMNESSEE; WEDNESDAY, MAY 12,, 1869,; NjEW SERIES, TfO. 218 ESTABLISHMENT ! 4 fc .f Possible Complications Spain. With New YorKTrlbniio Gives a Itosc- Color View oflhc Rebellion. Gen. Dolce Announces Its l lnal , Snppre&Ion. Fenian damages to Canada vs AlabauiacClalms. The 2 Cabinet on Virginia Re construction -o WASHINGTON. Another Tarn in the Tliumliscrew of OppreHSlve TaxHtlou Wasotkqton, May 11. Commi&ilouer Delano decides that when parties are en- Raced in manufacturing goods of any'de- ucription, by furnishing material and pay ing for tho work,, though not peraoualy- engageu in lue process 01 mauuiacuiiiug, by conducting it through agents or super iuten.'entiij tliey are liable to a tax im posed by act oUMarch 31, 18C8, on raanu fixtures. L , VirjrliilnOIlecoiisJriictloia Before flio tiblnet The cabinet nice ting to-dy lyul a.long ujusimauun in regaru tu v irgiiiia miners. It wan finally determined that au order should soon be issued submitting the test oath and disfranchisement clangs of the constitution to aseparate vole. No excep tions will be mailt regarding the countyj auu township organisation clauses. Itia understood, however, that these may possi bly be included in tho exceptions before the order is issued. 1 Wh(ciiIii Cubmi l'rl vnteers. Vasuington, May 11. Tlio Grupo Shot is lilting out at a Southern port talcing aboard arms uud (Julian sympa thisers. Tlia government is closely watching the Quaker Oity at New York which is destined for Cuba. Nroretiiry of tlu; Treasury on Tnxlng ft'oreljrn Cupifnl. A letter of instruction has been ifwued by the Secretary of Treasury to internal revenue ofUcer, relative to tax on foreign capital, and prescribing the following ad ditional regulations relative to taxes paid the government from dividend interest or profits due to non-residents aliens, prior to March 10, 1SG0, requiring the annexed evidence in addition to thai heretolore re quired : 1. The affidavit of the non resident setting forth his present place of residence, also his alienage and place of residence at time when the taxes in question wvre withheld, and that he U the identical person entitled to receive the amount so withheld, also specifying the amount which he or the Bank Company or the corporation is entitled to have re funded. 2. An affidavit of a creditable person that he is well acquainted with such i.on reaident alien, and knows him to be the person described, and to have been a non resident alien as claimed. 3. -The officer before whom the affidavit is veriGed muat certify thsl he knows the person so verifying before him to be a creditable person. 4. A certificate of the Consul or consu lar agent and other official represeulirlives of the Uni'ed States in the country in which the affidavit that the attestation to such affidavit are genuine and mada in, accordance with the form of law by duly authorized officer' 5. Wlifn applici'ioas arj tuide by a bauk company or corporation satisfactory proof will be required of the fact, that the baulk, elc , has paid to a non-resident alien, o: his legal representatives the sum with held from Liu) under section 120 or 12ibf act of June GO, 1 SGI. C When application is made directly to the Commissioner of Internal Revenue by a non-resident alien, he will be required to prove that by the insolvency ot the bank, company or corporation by which the aniouul of tar: was withheld, or other sufficient ciuo, he is unable to obtain payment from tuch bank or corporation. In all such cases evidence of the re ceipt of the money by the United States required by the existing regulations on the subject of refunding, must be fur nished in case of the death of a non resident alien, tliu facts relating to him herein above required, bo verified by .his own affidavit of the legal representative of the estate of deceased, the fide of anti-slavery. The financial report was favorable, showinir a balance oT caoh oa hand of $2,500. Hesbln tiona were a'dopted- urging Ahe'adbp tion of the fifteenth amendment lo, conslitutiojipproyingflrarda inaugural and appointments of colored men to office. deprecating the Bocial'and political pro scription of tho colored race and upbraid ing tbo church and press for neglecting to put an end to it, praising the Cnban pa triots for abolishing .slavery and calling on President Grant to recognize them, as serting that reconstruction in the South mast De based on odncatbn, blaming the government for not more promptly and -vigorously protecting Union people in the South, and denouncing the proposed re strictions upon the elective franchise in the District Cplnmbi. ; , rue llORers n artier. New York. May II. District Attor ney Uarvin, in prosecuting a case in the general sessions or yesterday tooc oc casion to say that if theim'anfwho saw. the Rogers murder, and said "Jim don't do it." would come forwardland tell who eoin- ... i .i i . j i t i.i i f..n milieu me ueeu. uh buuuiu uavo iuii alu rnnhity from punishment. l'nblic Reception lor l cmans. The public reception of Warren and Oosfello by theFeniahs'takes place Friday ovrning, at Cooper institute. Unco over the Faslilnu Course. There was a trot.on the Fashion Course lo-d.iv between Lidv Thorn and American Girl, mile heals, to wagon of 1,000 ponnds. Thorn won threa straight heats 2:30, 2:27 and 2:29. The Girl was lame, Und broke in each heat. Teuton Innslon or 'Cnnidn BnliuH Ctl Sritli llio Alabama Claims. Mv 11. Tlie Standard (con servative) reviewing the jwsition of the UnitMi NLdieH anu ureal uriiaui, ou Alabama oneBlibn. asserts that these Fine- can outrages on Canada more over balance . . . . . i . ill O I 1 .7. depredations uy me aisusuu. uic uw tain in agreeing lo submit the grievances of both countries lo arbitration did more than conldT be fairly demanded, and to yield further would be cowardly irreparable degradation. , ... IRELAND. Ibo Mayor of Crk Itcileun. London. Mav "11. Mr. O'flullivan, Mayor of Cork, has resigned ins onice. Mr. Mairuire. memoer, ior vork, .au- nnunced the fact in the House of Com mons to day, and stated that O'SuIlivan liad laten this action to prevent re-tiec- tion. The bill introduced by the Attorney General disqualifying the Mayor Xrom acting as a magistrate, was in consequence postponed one monin. RUSSIA. I'rocrc&s of Religious '.Freedom. St. Petebsbuho. May 11 The govern- tdent is considering a plan for a reorgaul r r Tiii...i: ii.. ZlllUU Ul illCl IbUUlSU VStUUIIl. VWUIWI throughout. the Empire. y Hays, a brother.fof thc Hays; "formerly iTl'exas, VIRGINIA. BOSTON. Harvard mill Oxrurtl on llio Alnsclo. Boston, May 11. A dispatch has been leceived by the Harvard College crew from Oxford College crew, accepting a challenge of the- former, to row a four oared race from Putney to Moitlake, England. $100,000 KullMted ABiWat reiii- Iternnre 'iiso. Liquor dealers have formed an Amocia- tion with one hundred thousand dollaia capital lo promote their interest-! in view, of the enforcement of prohibiting law by metropolitan police. A New, BohLou Notion. Boston, May 11. Above 1,500 por- sons attonded Rivorsido park itiia evens ing to witnoss tho contest between V"al ter Brown, the oarsman, on a velocipedo, and horso Jno. Stewart Brown, to go fivo miles and the horso in harness ten. Tho race was worthy Brown, who com ploted his fivo miles in 20:20: tho horso doing nine miles in 2ti:35. Brown's best milo was done in -1:20, and Stewart's in 2:47't. After tho first mile Brown made the others in 5:22-5:115:295:10. BUFFALO. Almost 11 Tragedy ou I lie IIImlcRtnrc. Buffalo, May 10. Miss IL E. Baily while personating Julia, at the Academy of Music last evening, accidentally caught her dagger in the folds of her dress, pene trating below the leu breast and striking a rib, and breaking oil' the oint f the Jaeger. The wound is serious but not dangerous. LOUISVILLE. Second ! Unces. Louisville, May 11. The attends anca at tho Greenland course to-day, was quite large, and tho interest manifested was very lively. The race was two mile heats between Dick Jackson and Crossland, the latter winning both Keats and coming in ahead at every mile, except tho first mile in tho first heat, which was awarded to the former. Summary Jeflewonvillo Purse, ?CO0, two-inile heats: Lovel Jackson enters chestnut colt, Dick daokson, 4 years old, by Revenue, com tctome by imported Miirgravo, " ; A. Buford enters brown01 horso Crossland, 4 years old, by Lex ington, dam a lenncssee mare, pedigree lost during war, 1 1 Time First heat, one mile, 1:53, two miles, 3 4S. Second heat One mile, 1 52, Aw miles, 3 52. At the close ol this race the judges announced thattho entries for the Selling race, mile heats, for all ages, had been withdrawn, by reason of some misunder- standing in regard to the purse. The meeting will, however, continue until the olose of the week under a new regime. G EORGI'A. A Kiuliriil .Senator Sliol.i Augusta. May 11. Joseph nAdkius, Radical Senator from Warren county, renreseniaiivc 01 ine eiaie 01 ueceaseu, 1 , , . u , - ,u 1 j or other creditable person cognizxnt of was probably mortally shot in tb abdo .... r . a .1 man TTAalarililTT Ilia ullrnv r:ia- PHIlQPf the facts of the case, with the same corob orative evidence as is above required. NEW YORK. Hcienae CnllcrN on (lie Wolcli for tilimi I'rinle-rM. New Yoi:k, May 11. It is reported that revenue authorities have received orders to post e carter to watch the movements of eusprcioun veelri in the hist river to pre vent filibnsters leaving by the Hell Gate exit, and another cutter in lower bay to guard the Sandy Hook exit. The former vessel took its h atiou Inst night off the foot of Tenth lreet, in the vicinity of the pier where the mnpecle.1 vesel Quaker Oity is moored. All vessels leaving this port at nii-ltl will be overhauled, detained aud meirittirgops ana papers examined. VAlmnveiln I'r.ii'Iamnllou a losll Cmnus Itrlll Mllli .Siiiln. New Yokk, Miy 11. A Washington diepatch nays, it i thought that the in famous proclaiuaip!i iiucd oil the 4th of April, by I'imt nlmazeda, the Span ish Commauder in fue Kastern Depart ment orooba, wiis, 11 carried out, lead to trouble between Spaiu and the United State.. The proclamation is regarded in otfii:ial;ilcles he-e us one of the most in- fauious ever issutd by a commander hav inganypretentionH to civilization. As there are many American cufens in that part of Cuba, it is Icared that an indiscrimiu ate execution of (he proclamation may ro suit in shooting f some of them. Should any American citizen be shot under this decree, ourgoverumeut will be prompt in punishing the outrage, and it is under stood that instructions to this effect have been rent to Admiral Hell' eiuce the pro . claniation wan issued Wlr Itrury Hulncr I.yltou 011 4 ho Ala biimn cinliiiN llo Jlrei Noniml n itm. Another Washington diepalch says a men yesterday. The affray was; caused by 11 private difficulty. SAN FRANCISCO. t t'aro ol Japan Tea en Koiiie. rr fit. Louts lcr Itall. San Francisco. Ma, I1 The first in voice of Japan teas by the Pacific railroad was shipped for St. Lou 1-1 to day, maugo rating the overhnd trade with China and- Japan. CUBA. Ilnleo Atroln lteports tlo Uebelllon NnppreHsed New York, May 11. A Washington snecial savs that the Spanish miulnter . ... I ,,! received, last niiiht, a eiio-marine caoie.uis patch from Gen. Dnlco, announcing the !. . r ,1... i.ti:.. : .,!. Unai eiippretWIUU Ul HID ICUCIUUII IU VUUa, It is asnerted by Uiilce tbai only i.uu in surrenls are under arms, in detached li3dies. without leaders or concert 01 action The news was1 submitted lo the Mate de partment. It does not recejve great credit here, and is supposed to be "promulgated to diecourace American pympalliy Willi Cuba and deter filibuutering schemes, Cubans here affirm the ability of their countrymen to hold otit -against the Span iards for an indehnite time, mey claim the armed bodies alleged to be wander- in? around as constituting a nucleus of forces to the number of 8,000 or 10,000 men, working on farms and plantations, that can be concentrated at any time to I'.rike the decisive blow. 1'lral lint tie of Hie War. Havana, Mar 11. A determined on gagemcnt occurrod at Alia Gracia be- r it. o :-..! .,.! T IWOOII av ipaiiiuiua uuuci hum, uu the Cuban patriots. Tho Spaniards acknowledge the loss of a Colonel, Cap tain and .six privates killed, and thirty Tho insurgents' loss heavy TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS. trnunded gentleman who arrived here to-day direct ! "number unascertained. The villago San Irom London, and who is well acquainteii r :i mg hnmml bv tho Cubans. r.L .1.. .. .1 il.t I " -fc."-' WHO luc ieuiug Biaiemeu mure, Bnye tuai Sir Hnry Bulwer Lytton had given notice that he would on the evening of May 11, call up the Alabama claims treaty in the House ol commons, it waa Mr Henry intention to speak at some length, criticiz ing the action of the British Ministry, and also ISKing trHiuua iu iuc cuurise ui isii. Seward in precipitating action on this sub' iect after the Americm people had con- demned me jounson aumuiioiranou ai 1110 ballot box. The Tribune' View of Cuban AHiilr. New York, May 11 Tlie Tribune the reports of enlistment lor the Cubans in this city are uoioundeu. A laree number have volunteered to ennsi, lint were declined The Cubans have sol iliera enouNi on the island acclimated, C.nd nnlv wirut materials, with which they are being supplied as lasi as possiDie unuer the espionage Ol ineir agriun uticauu ciom here, as Ihev are fiibWcted to Spanish suits and officials. Many American officers . 1 . 1 ...... AS.:iAn.i i,a have been engage" nuimmituu .him.ini' of war malt rials, and engaged op that diilysoine in the South will go to Culia and tae active duty. Abollllorilsli Nllll resslniT A ay. The anniyewary meeting of the Ameri jn Anii-SlaVcry Society conveued to day Hall. The attendance was i-"sieinway co fi wn,lb!i Phillina called the meet- '1UJ iv " t Cons ' ,,ir rnmr-ritiilatinir the society on and t" Vavorabte auspices under which they make .., .l .IfHurini' that tlie heavens were ' SentCbrigbt HridlfcveryMgn of the times was on F :l Wasihnoton. May 11 W. W. Corco . . . T"l ! IP I ran endows an ATI jvepoaiiory in asn inelon. and August Belmont offers choice - 1 . r 1 - , 1 ol twelve painungs iruia nis couecuun. United States coaling station removed from St. Thomas to Simsna, on account of high charges. Thirty clerks dismissed anu more to go. Postoffico Department making ar rangements for through mails to San Francisco, and taking' western cons ductors to task for throwing off mail bans to accommodate passengers. - - . .... .. Curious wotnon excluded irom into House. Large numberof army officers assigned to duty in Indian department. New Yokk, May 11. Steam tug ex ploded. Nobody hurt. Cable rates explained to uo ?i or every word, including date, address, etc , with reduction of 50 per cent, on news matter Ottawa House of Commons cud colling their brains over a monetary standard. Chicago, .May J I. A street cat run into by a locomotive. Five persons killed and seven injured. iBoston, May II. Grand rehearsal for National Peace Jubilee. riio ApproucUlnr Election I.arse In crease, of White Voters End ol Negro Minreuincy In tlie Old Dominion tNecro CauilldnleH for Congress: Correspondence of tbo New York Herald. WAsmsaTON. May . Tho slato ment which appoarod in certain journals the olbor day to tho effect that represcn taliyea of the lato Yirginia Convention were in this city to seo tho Prosidont proves to be entirely inaccurate Ono or two gentlemen from that State may have sought interview but they claimed no representative capacity whatever. Tho committeo appointed by tho Convention to; wait on the President in relation to tho submission of the constitution to tho people for ratification or rejection, con sists of Messrs. It. T. Daniel, Judgo Meredith, Judge Marshall, W. H. Mac- farland, Gen. Anderson and other con spicuous and - influential citizens, all chosen with special roflrenco to thoir holding moderate views, in accordanco with the lino of policy which controlled tho recent Convention. This committeo has not yet reached tho city, but aro ox poctod to arrive, and tho President has signified his readiness to receive them. Gov. Wells had his say some days since about the constitution, and the President has hoard also Mr. Gilbort C. Walker. who is the candidate for Governor of tho other wing of tho Republicans Tho conservative committee a will ask, it ii understood, for a separate voto on tho lest oath and disfranchisement clauses to county organization 'foaturcs and tho provision which denies to the Legislaa tuns power to pass a relief or stay law for the temporary relief of debtors. The President's views are known to be against tho disfranchisement, test oath and county organization, and a separate vote will doubtless bo given on each. Oa the stay law question he is.unom mittcd, though it is understood Uiat the present military order on the subject, which givos considerable relief to tho dobtor class, was approved by him as promptly as it was tardily by Johnson. The same state el things still exists as then embarrassment from a failure of crops and a want of a Slato 8 government and the president would be willing, doubtless, to soo the new Legislature free to act on the question as the inter ests of the people may require. An im portant question still remaining lo bo settled is, whether, in addition to tho voto on sections, tho vote shall bo taken on tho remainder of the constitution or on the instrument as a wholo. It is argued that tho latter would compel many to vote against it who are anxious to have the remainder adopted and a Stategovernmont organized. Nothing has been done yet towards a new registration, but it is probablo tho order for an election will be issued by tho latter part of tho ensuing week, and a new registration ordered at the same time. Many whites failed to register at the last occasion, and there has been no registration since tho autumn of 1S07. There will be an addition of 20,000 whites te the lists and of some thousand negroes, but qutto as many ot the latter will bo stricken from the lists, and tho white majority on tho lists cannot fall much below 20,000. Under the present registration tho whites have some 15,s 000 majority; but by the apportionment created by the Underwood constitution the negroes have largely tho control of the Legislature. This apportionment will bo changed, if the Wells party loso .the Legislature, so as to conform to the relativo voto of thoi two races. Tho late Conservative Convention waived tho suffrage issue, accepted the situation and with their distinctive party ticket, headed by Col. Withers, lhey meant by this line-of policy to pave the way for electing tho W alker Republican ticket. The contest is thus narrowed down to a struggle between the Wells and Walker wings of the Republicans, and the friends ol the latter claim he will get hity thou1 sand maiority. They expect a consider able vote from various loyal leagues which they control, lhey will get prob-. ably the entire Conservative vote, thougli a few soreheads may refuse to vote ul all. Tho fight for Congress will be mainly between the carpet-baggers and the Walker Republicans. Tho Conscr vatives have no Congressional candidato in tho held, savo one, and there is much talk of running nogroes against the car peUbaggers in the Norfolk, Richmond nun other districts. There will bo a hot struggle over the Legislature, and moro doubt about this than other officers. Virginians now hero say the Fifteenth amondment will be ratihed it nccossary to secure admission. An important point is whether tho elec tion shall be limited to a single day. Jt is argued that having it lor three days tends to extensive colonization and repe tition of frauds by which the city 01 Richmond was carried at tho late clec tion. The President will weigh this matter and all others very carefully and givo duo weight to all proper suggestions. Tie is exceedingly anxious for the Bueeeea of reconstruction in Virginia, and his idea is to try tho matter there first and take up Mississippi and lexas afterward. The result, so far, indicates tho policy of his message, and even uov. Wells is at last out in a letter accepting the Grant platform, on which the new movement was based. The eloction will be held early in July, unless there he some change ot programme. j jNEWS OF yilE )AY. James 'II; McColl'y. the American Con sul at Calloa, oiso; 1O1 jeifpw jeyer iLimaon April T7. ' " 1 A man named" Jas. Stephenson was garroted,on Thursdaynightabout two miles .from, Springfield, Uhio.and robbed of $1,100. The President has decided to appoint no more civilians to Indian agencies, but hereafter all vacancies will bo filled by army officers. F. A. Eastman, tostniastep of.Chicago, has received v5.1o.s apphcat.onsuorsup- drdina'te.positions, about 3,000. of' whom Will be' rejected. t v-t ' Tr 1 1 uec. iieiirv 1- j - I famous Jack declined. to lead an oxpedition-for the ass sisianco 01 tne revolutionism. iu uuua. ! It is reported that Gen. Grant is only restrained from recognizing tho belligers ency of the Cuban patriots by tho op position of uvo members ol Jiis cabinet. " It is poslttvelyj 'jtalfed by! Spanish arcnts in Nnvr Ynrk-thlit the' iuntahas chartered the Quaker City to carry throe hundred and fifty volunteers and arms to the insurgents. ! A telegram Sto; tho Commercial Ad'i vbrliser isavs 'President Grant will? ap point a nntnbertof Sblored in on to faffiee in tho Northern States. Mr. Ford, one of the New Brooklyn assessors has aps ppinted a mulatto clerk Tho Grenada (Miss.) Sentinel says that atrenls Irom Kentucky. Missouri and Arkansas aro now in Yalabusha county, using every endeavor lo get the negroes away, and that(in pqeu week alone fully uuu uuiiurvu jjaiiua 4011. ' iuiKiuviiiu ior lite .North. 'A London dispatch s'ays that tho Eng lish papers consider the conduct of tho United States toward Spain exactly liko that of England toward the United States during i'lho war. and say that Spain should 4iako tho same deinds that we do in lie Alabama ca$o. The emall-pox. is making narful rav; ages in South America, thbuolK it is thought to be diminishing. It attacked negroes and whites insido and outside of tho walls of Panama. Tho sanitary commission was actively engaged in checking tho scourge. For sonio timo a subscription has been in progress throughout Europe towards erecting a monument to Guttonborg, the inventor of printing. It has just tran spired that tho ontiro sum collected in the wholo of Great Britain and Ireland amounts to exactly fivo pounds ! The Platte City (Missouri) llcvcillc has tho following: "Tho grasshoppers tfre hatching out jin this vicinity in countless numbers.' In somo place3 wo havo seen millions of the pests hopping about as lively as full-grown hoppers. Tho prospects bid fair for a heavy crop of tho little cormorants." Aaron Gordon, living in Now Phila delphia, Washington county, Indiana, is charged with barbarously abusing his wife, threatening hor life, tearing her flesh, etc. He has 5een compelled by his indignant neighbors to fleo from tho wrath which was coming ia tho .shape of one of Judgo Lynch's short cords. A collision occurrod near Quincy, Illis nots, on tho 0 between a passenger train on the Chicago, Burlington and Quincy road, and an empty ongruo on the Tote do, Wabash and Western road. Seve ral passengers were seriously hurt. Tho engineers and firemen wcro badly bruised, though not dangerously. Both engines ara a total wreck. Contrary to expectations, no deter mination as to the articles of the consti tution to be submitted to tho people of Virginia separately for ratification or re jection, has been as yet decided upon, tho subject not being under discussion at the cabinet ineoting of yesterday. In all probability. this question will engage tho attention of llio cabinet at their meeting on Tuesday. Gen. Maxwell, of Michigan, recently appointed Superintendent of Indian Afs fairs for Now Mexico, returned here to day from a trip to his old home, whither he had gono to arrange for his bond. He found that, during his absence, an army officer had been detailed to fill his place. As Gen. Maxwell was regularly nomi nated, confirmed and commissioned, and no complaints are alleged, the suspension excites considerable comment. Tho town of Anna, Union county, Il linois, was visited on the 4th by a fearful luiKsform. Tho haiKstones measured from ono to two and a half inches in di- ameter, and not a few wore as large as a man's list. 1 ho ground wa3 coverod in some places two feel deep. Fruit has Jbeen almost entirely destroyed. Straw berries were just beginning to ripen. with excellent prospects. Now there will not be half a crop. Nearly all tho peaches aro knocked off. t-OIBlE OITY,- ; - J. n; - . I' ' - ' T11E' AGONYfcOVEK. - ' 1 Vitd Question Settled at XaifrJ i From the special telegram from Wash jqgton to3heliPuisyiH4 (kufiaJJownii, it will be seen that Major Enoaf Hopkins has at last received !Be 1 appofo'lmW ff Post master at this ulace-t IWAsnreaTOir, D. C, May 10. Tho Postmaster General io-day. jfinajly, ap pointed Euoa Hopkins postmaster at Nash vUle. vice Embry,. removed. There has been a bitter contest over this place. The nouse memoer irom leunesseo umposcu p Senator Fowler's candidae; and has beaten It- : J ' Corporation Taxes. me understand that several citizens wnt forward yesterdayto pay thetrCor poration taxes ,fpr , the year 18G9, though called for two months earlier than usual, when 'they were informed that one-fifth of the tax would Jba, exacted, in currency, All of these citizeni, tinder legal advice, declined paving, unless checkt were re' eelved for the full amount. There seems to tie a disposition to pay the taxes promptly, hut we iuppofle no one will jenb mil lo this unjust exaction, until the mat. tei is tested y ine courti1. Teuucsbee JlospftnUfur tho Iusnuo.' ' jWe are requeeted by the chairman of 1 i.i. n.i 'iv,,( r 11.! . . ..-vj. 1 , fi 1 1 uamn ui bum iiiauiuuuu, tojaunouore for the information of the public, that the male wards are now filled, and that parties desiring the admission' of patients of that class will save themselves useless lrouhlo and expense of transport ing them to 'the hospital, by addressing hijd or the' Superintendent, anil learning when the hospital 'is prepared ' lb r'trtive thfcm. Tlie KcU Men. The social reunion of Ihe Improved Or der of 'Red Men,' to be given to-morow i evening, promises to be a very select and brjlliant affair, second- to. none of the sea. son. The proper safeguards- have' been' thrown out to insure perfect decorum. The parade will proceed.from the. Wigwant at o'clock Y.H., precisely, and pursue the ( pubiuucd line ol march. 1 , A Had Accidents Minnie, a little daughter of J. C. WanL met with a bad accident yesterday. She li.ijl in her mouth a nail -with a sharp 1 point, and while playing cnt in the yard, fell, the nail entering the roof of the mouth and passing through the nostrils. It could not be exlr>ed with the hand, and the child was brought lo the city, and physician was compelled to uee an in- etrameut in removing the nail. The acci dent is not serious, although it was bo thought at the time. The Clarkhville Tobacco- Lea of April 27, says: Wc regret to learn that the Rev. A. Mi- zell, agent for tho Tennessee Orphan Asylum, will to day remove to Lugeheld, which place he will make his home, at least for llm present, n e only regret to lose him as one of our mot beloved and renpected citizens, aud heartily commend him to the good people of Edgefield. Mr. Mizell will continue his agency for the Orphan Asylum. We are glad to hear that he 14 meeting with a hearty response from our benevolent citizens in all parts of the country. He informs us that ho is under special obligations lo the proprietor of Ihe City Hotel, Nashville, for favors. He recommends this holet to the traveling public He also returns thanks through us to Capt. Harmon, Superintendent of the Nashville and Cairo line of packets, viz, Nashville, Talisman, John Lumsden, and Tyrone, for a free pas for himself and family from Clarksville to Nashville. We congratulate our sister city on gain ing such a valuable citizen, and anticipate for him greatly increased success in hia mission. . The University of Nashville The Home MtvnXldy for April says: The city of Nashville ought to become the great educational center of the South west. It is in the power of its citizens to make it the seat of learning. Already it has an institution for the education of young ladies, equal to any in the country. The Medical Department of the University has been a grand Buccess. Having the very best faciliticj for medical instruction, it has been largely attended by a superior class of young men. Let the city carry out Dr. Lindaley's plans for reorganizing all the departments of the University, and Nashville will enter a new era of growth and prosperity. ' The 1 Jte H r. 1vy. The remains of Charles Levy who waa recently killed by a man named Bowen, at Hot Spring, Ark , arrived here yester day morning, and the funeral took place frohi lb e residence of Mr. Reddeck yester- a evening, the Rev. Dr. W. D. F. S&wrie officiating. The remains were conducted lo the cemetery by the Order' of Pale 'aces, who were out in large numbers, and untile an imposing display. Heath or Col. A. J. Withers. The Hiinlsvilli papers chronicle the leath of Col. Augnstine J. Withers on the morning of May ,7th, in Ihe sixty-fonrth year of his age.j lie was born in this county 180S, an8 removed to Hunlaville n his early boynood. He was a man tf warm attachments, generous impulses, honesty of purpose and unimpeachable integrity. Cclebrat.oli at Clrern Hill. The members of Green Hill Lodge I. O. O. F. will have afcelebralion on Saturday, 011 which occasion an address will be de livered, and their new hall will be dedi cated. We understand that there will be a large delegation present from this city. Green Hill is on the Lebanon pike, and thadrive will be a pleasant one. M uriler In Jndison. A young man named9 John Hodges, better known as one of Gen. Forrest's orderlies during the war, and who went by thejsoubriqnet-of " Happy Jack," was lied by a man named John Pryor, at Jack'Bon, Tenn., the other day. The de ceased has a mother living at Marietta, Georgia. Murder In tleN'alry County. A few days, ago James Birchetl, an old and inoffensive citizen of McNairy county, was killed by his sou-in-law, Capt. Wm. Chandler. The murder was tho re- ultofa domestic feud. Capt. Chandler was a member of Col. Hurst's Cth Tenn. federal cavalry during the war. The Kossn Beading. A large audience asssembled at Masonic Hall last night lo hear Mrs. O'Douovan Rojsa, who were delighted with the en tertainment Not only her own ability, but, profound sympathy for her ill-fated iiisband, inspired a deep interest, and made the occasion a decided success. Bllssiilif Note We copy the following from the Terre Haute (Ind.) Journal A gentleman of this cily has a number of notes executed; by various persons in favor of R. C. Sanders, who was a captain in the Confederate army. The notes em brace in amormt,;in the, aggregate, ten or twelve thousand dollars, and were lounu - i . ... - . 1 in a vouieucraie eucauipmeui near iiriuir byproiossiou.u mrseuwnuso warming . , Tenne4,e af,er the Ietreat of the VAIUiCUCIAICD ilUUl AllMilltllli A dispatch from Lima, Ohio, stales that, on Saturday night, a vigilance com mittee, composed of tho "leading citizens'i of that town, broke open the county jail and took out two men, Jeremy Jiiddlcrs r themselves sylvanian, on the cars recently, that he thought his money would be safer with them lliau Willi nnnseii, auu mereiuro intrusted it to their keeping, never to .,: niroTn Tli n vieilfinta shaved tbpir DCU A 2 head?, coated ttfem with tar and feather?. and finished with an egging. They then kicked them out of town. "Leading citizens" of this stamp ought to bo haded, though in this ;case there was a snrtof larbarioiustice. If the Pennsyl- vanian war "taken in the sharpers were most effectually "done lor. The yellok fever was diminishing in Peru. It Itad disappeared from Oreca, after raging Jwith great virulenco. These notes may be valuable to Capt. S , and he can learn in whose possession they are by ad- dressin.- the editor of this paper, and they will be lorwarded to him if he desires and will furnish his address. No Klrctlon. , We " take the following from the West Tmnes ee Whig: We learn that Dr. Thos. H. Newbern the newly elected County Commissioner, has received a dispatch from a friend Nashville, to the effect that Gov. Senter had refused lo grant him ( New hern) a cer liGcate of election, and hid decided that the late elecliou in this county, for County Commissioner, waa no election- 1, f. St. Jl. The Improved Order of Red Men have a great celebration in this cily to day, the programme of which have already been published. The festivities of this anni versary day close with a ball at Masonic Hall. The committee of arrangements have been making ample preparations, and a good time is anticipated. ' Vagrancy aud Street Wulkluir. Upon this charge, six females were ar rested yesterday. Elizi Pinknrl, Ann Foster and Eliza Bell, were committed to the workhouse for ten days, and three others were discharged. . r. t The'CIrc 11 Comlutr. Mr. Bailey, the agent of L ike's circus is in the city, making arrangements for the advent of that mammoth concern, which exhibits here oh the 24th and 25th of the present month. 3 THE WAGONER KOIIHEHY. . . Nerro Arreafetl Charged with tho t . : 'Crime. j Our leaders .will, remember the patticu-. ' lira bf"tho robbe'iy of- an od, man named C Wagoner,, on While's creek, a. week or tf o since. Yesterday? thepfficera Arr8ted a negro named Sam Harris ppon the charge, of committing $.e -robbery and fJicaae, against him ia said 'to' be clear Previous to the late rpbbery, wi wjii'c'h. up.wardj), $3,000 was stolen, he had been jobbed of $300 by this eame, .Sani Harris, but .upon tho promise that he would .leave the .Stat the case was not. prosecuted. Harris left, as he agreed i? do, and went to work for a mau named Grady in Kentucky. When the officers were looking up and investl gijlin he laid robbery theyj found, among 'other papers, a lelfer addressed toj Mr. Grady. Determined, to get cl(ie to the affair, they proceeded to; Kentucky, and learned from Grady that the negro Harris had left him but a few nighls before the burglary at Mr. Waponer's linnafl. anil am in Mia' 3rrw. u , ... tiin of, Nashville. Upon their return, the officers watched the movements of Harris closely, and hnally arrested him. Upoa, his iterson in a pocket book in hia .under- Blurt was fotind concealed' $735 in green backs, $100 bauk of Chattanooga, $100 bauk of Shelby ville, and $4C0 in Confide raie money, together with a fine watch Circumstances which transpired also led. to the arrest oflJLizzie, Bryant, with, whom Harris was livjtog. Both were committed lo jail, and await trial, Tho officers de'. sefve no liltle It edit for working, up this case so pucce safnl. T TUB IRON BAND. And Holmes of III Fame. Nine of the demi-monde, - charged with keeping houses of ill fame, were each re quired to pay the sum of five dollars into the cily treasury yesterday. Damaged Cotton. Our cotton-factors are loud In their complaints of the damaged cotton which finds its way into the market. Planters should he careful and prevent the staple from getting wet. , Death nt I'ayettevllle. Mrs. Mary J. Steele, wife of John Steele, died at Fayetteville, of typhoid pneumo nia, on the 5th inst., in the forty-seventh year of her age. -,t We are indebted to C. C. Giers, of the National Portrait Gallery, 43 and 45 Union street, for a superb photograph likeness of ex-President Johnson, elegantly framed. her Kobbcfyi ill 1 A - I . 1 S. 1 ... i I ; T ytuiiuri o viucu jesierusy luuruwg xit J.!M. I!owling,f.wlio was' stopping 'at thfe Cily Hotel, wa robbed of a fine. gold watch and $175 in money.. .Messrs. Rad ford and Murphy,, of the Metropolitan 1-oiice, arrested a negro nameu uisuop Irwin under auspicious rircumslancet.and found upon hia person a watch. They, supposed the watch lo lie 'stolen property, aii'd made diliirent search for an., owner. About 4 o'clock in the evening" they heard of the above robbery, the particulars of which had already been turned over to two detectives. The watch was identified by1 Dr. Bowling and handed over. The policemen above mentioned also succeeded in getting about $70 "of the stolen money from tho same negro. He was committed to jail to await (rial. t Trno Enterprise. We had the pleasure yesterday to go through the wholesale clothing establish ment of Gardner. Rankin & Ordway. No. 4 tnn Blook, Public Square, which we fouud very extensive and complete The greatest beanly of their business ia the fact that they make in the house nearly 11 the goods lhey sell. Iu doing so they employ the latest improved machinery, nd a large number of men, women, girls d boys thus affjrding' work' 'for the .needy, and so economising material and transportation, as to enable them to com pete successfully with the lowest Eastern and Northern prices. This is what we call true enterprise, and it affords us pleasure to show it forth as an example wortGy o. mitalion. Their hoiise is wel I ( locked with raw material, and -lhey are now mann faciurlng, for summer wear, all the, latest lyjes from the beat goods. We bid them good speed, and such measure of abundant success as will induce others to enter in to generous competition with them. llome Industry, Our readers will remember the exper- meat made at the Chamber of Commerce last fall, by Messrs. Loiseau & P.eguin, of their manufacture .1 or conglomerated coal. A gentleman is here from New York to see its workings and burnings, and will probably purchase the patent- right. On Thursday fires will be kindled at the brick-kilns of the Knight Bros., on Rolliog Mill hill, where all interested are invited to be present. Nent lo the Criminal Court. John Simmons alias Wm. Jones, the negro who played the confidence game so extensively and swindled a number of ne groes out of their hard-earned workings, had a trial before Esq. Mathews yesterday, and upon a hearing of the testimony he wf bound over in the sum of $1,000 to appear before the next term of the Crira- nal Court, and in default of bail, was com mitted to jail. Sent to Jail. A negro named Geo. Corden was arrest ed in Edgefield yestorday for drunkenness on the streets and nsing boisterous and profaue language. When the City Marshal took him under arrest, he sqnared off and was about to deal a blow, when the officer rapped him over the head with a stick, which brought him lo his senses. He was arraigned before Esquire Canfield, and fined $10 aud costs, and in default of pay-, ment was committed to jail. AnsuuII aud lluttery. John Myers was arraigned before Es quire Matthews yesterday on the charge of assaulting Ann Aicianauan wnu roexs. Ho was found guilty, and fined two dollars and fifty cenls. The prosecutor was after watds placed on the defensive, and re quired lo pay a similar fine for nsing language calculated to provoke a breach of the peace. " Struck With n Bottle. Mary Carney waa arrested yesterday for, assaulting her niece, a young girl named Margaret Nolen, with a minefal water bottle, iuflicling a severe blow over the head. The case was heard before '.Esquire Mathews, who imposed a fine of $10. He afterwards bound the part.es over to keep the peace. Birring Fight. X. W. Haile arid O. B. Young, the lawyers employed in a case before Esquire Wilkinson yesterday, had an alleication which finally ended in a hair pulling and a drag-out, Mr. -Hailey coming out first best. From what we could learn of the affair, Mr. Young provoked the difficulty. A Drunken Negro. Ned Horlon in a stale of intoxicalion, was parading through Edgefield yesterday, '.when he was arrested by the Cily Marshal and taken before Esq. CanOeld, which functionary imposed upon him a Cneof $3 and costs. Shooting: with Intent to Hill. W. J.' Allison was arrested yesterday upon the charge of malicious shooting with intent to kill. The case was conlin ued until to-day. TreatenlnK Language. John Chenault, arrested for using abus ive ancVthreatefling language, was jester day fined $5 and costs, by the Police Commissioner. Tlio Pacific Railroad Completed Tho MMt hpllto Driven ThePaclflc Ocean Nhakcs Hamla with the Atlantic iThe Xjist Orniul Achievement of Mind over Matter. Saturday last, wn 'understood, to he. the day on -which the. fast epilje was .to be driven in ,lajing the .Union Pacific railroad, and, tho telegraph announced the facias accomplished: buf .aflerwarda retrae'ed and stated that it wasn't,' There was a hitch ,iq thebua.ness which wa leave the tele- graph: to explain forr itself, not doubting tllat it can do it: We yesterday employed a messenger of our own, lo look into, the. facts-. Fuck, well known to Shaksperian readers, was sent on this important rais- sifan. He slarled at' two o'clock, Nashville time, and two 'seconds after reported lojua'from Promontory Point, Utah, the place where the last tnike waa to bo driven He said there was anjmmsnae crowd from Sin Francisco, along the. road and from our side. He lit upon the cross tie and fonnJ it to be of the Rocky Mountain fir, hut said he warneither fur" nor far, now, thbdgh he-was disposed lo play fair. The tie waa plated, with silver, not by a Boston jefteller. The. last spike was of gold, genuine uuuion, luai nau never t.uowii tun perfection of alloy. Gov. Stamford, who 'was to drive it, held in his hand a hammer of jsolid wrought silver; The people said thjs waa emblematic of the wealth of the regions opened 'up by the road Puck said he thought itall meanUlia riches the rail,- roau was going 10 gamer, irom me people, of (which lhat already made off Ihe gov ernment was'llie prelude. JWe told Fuck, when "we want e:d' his (Minions, we would ask for' them. He then said, in a-minute the ilast, the golden spike would bedriyen. We tofd him to let it drive. Just at this lime a carpet bag reporter, representing the New Or leans jJcpuJJican.educaled in the office of the Ne,w York Herald, discharged for lack of principle, and recommended by the Tribune fori carpet-hag service in the South this thifig struck for an exclusive special. A cute shadow from the Boston Liberator said, "No, you don't." Then one fellow joae anil slated that he waa New York, repre senting five papers, and five hundred thou sand millions 'of readers, and that he wonld lake charge of the entire business. An other fellow,- a wheezing specimen, from Philadelphia and Washington, who was almost dead in the effort (o straddle the two places at once, interposed and declared he Represented the .Press and would Chron- ieli the. event. A double-fisted fellow from Lacrosse said, "The h 1 you .are, and will." All the rest of the reporters called out, "Go on with y.ou'r spike-driving," and let'the'road be completed 1 Just as Stam ford raised his silver hammer and struck the1 golden spike, into the silver-plated cross-tie, a couple of St. Louis conspirators rushed forward, shoved the disputants aside, and look tho report and sent it throughout the West, while the Eislern presa lo3t at least ,twd seconds in haying to go by New Orleans with the news. This waa their enterprise I At four minutea and fifteen seconds past two o'clock, our time, Puck announced "the work i finished I return." In three seconds Puck was with us, describing the whole, affair saying that SUmford hit the spike sixteen licks and all ent merrily as a marriage bell, as in truth it was, of a certain sort. Puck also informed ua that there waa the greatest possible rejoicing throughout the North, in all the priucipal cities and towns, displayed by the ringing of bells, the firing of guns, the drinking of liqaor, and other extravagant demonstra tion-', not particularly Northern, Southern or American. While this was going on in our sanctum the; 'slow coach" of the Union and American had sauntered down to the office of thft Western Union Telegraph Company to?hear the news. He fotind the wbple corps collected around the instru ment that was to repeat the raps that Stahiford, with the silver hammer, was to give Ihe golden spike and the last in Ihe Pacific road. They were as follows r G. W. Trabue, Superintendent. E. C. Boyle, Manager. John B. Morris, Chief Operator. Harmon Stewart, Operator. John Lornegan, " J. M. Anderson, " E. J.Wilson, " N. J. Gibson, " John McCarty, J. M. Batker. J. Mefaengers. Tno Dbjm In the Workhouse. Henry Green was yesterday sent to the workhouse for two days by Commissioner Stone, for using loud and profane language. T. Barker, H. T. Fox, icite, material, nervoni' system, which I win mtenipto Uescrihein ray next. ., Very respectfully Tost IfesTdN Smitu, ' Soliciting-Ag;enrRtilroatrSouth. The Memphis Commercial Con veil Uou. Citizens of Nashville appreciating: Ihe uujrus 01 ine aiempnis convention, to De held on the 18th inst., called to consider measures for the promotion of direct -Murvpesa iraiie wun csouia:AUaalic and Gulf-tOasi pififA nf A rilpnaJ frnr. a,v..v point on the Mississippi river south of. Cairo tojlhe .Pacific ocean'; of .levees for the 1 Mississippi river.-and the irclaraation. nftlio AifA Jt-."rL' r -T.r ' v. ."v. buuuu ICIUU IJ ULU lliUUUZUlOl! srp rpntlpafpil tri mao' t ll.i fTI.. f i Commercial 1 InoiirAnrs f!nmtvnv . U ru . . . 1 ... , - ' voiiege Bireei, io-u,ayj i-n mat. at u o'clock, to appoint a delegTUon from this city. Let there Wa fiill attendance. Gardner. Buckuer Evaca File & Co. & Co. OrIliR4d. Rrefint 1 1 1 A .1 . - 9. ru r. 1 ' -I. .nuaius u kaj. viiusuu Searight, Thornton. Hamilton Cun '& Co. ningham. Hicks, Houston iCa'AQ Sanford. D leaver. Jos.W Allem J G Oeden. Hin-h McCrea. EWin, Pendleton & Billey, Ordway' & Co Morria & Stralton, Cheatham, Wood & i i .Co Co Terraati, Phillipa & Co. Ewins & Co. JiSVSlose, DjB Cliffe, JDLockhatt, P T P-,lr Robt Thompson, -Thoi'Parkes Si Co. P-eid, Chadbouxq &Co. M T5urnrr E W Cole, KC.McNairy, tu i) iiicw.s. Dlseliarscd. ' ' Charles Gilstrop and wife Agnes, ai- retsed some days ago upon the charge of of fraudulent breach of trust, were honora bly acquitted by Justice Brien yesterday. And, by the Mass, Puck was not far ahead of them for they heard the fall of tlie hammer through the instrument. It waa au event in thuir lives, as the great foai marks an era in American history and that of the world. A jocose person not' of the parly, BUggested that Sallzman- invitethe squad to hia gallery and pic ture the group, aa they heard, the strokes of the hammer driving home the last spike in Ihe chefd'ieuvre of railroad enterprise. So the great Pacific Raiiroad CnislieX. P'he above waa' prepared for yester day's issue, and unavoidably crowded onti THE OIANT OF OOrilAM. To tho Editors of the Union and American. Tho preat railway system of America ia fast assuming ihe huge proportions of a lerrestial monster; whose head is in Boston, his heart in New York, hia right leg .well developed and extended clear nrxosa the continent, his left leg is cramped up, with his foot just across the Mississippi, U1S rig11- Bliu iw 'i'-'j 1 while his left arm ia submerged, with hia fin fro ntirkinir out beckonine for Cuba. This ia a rough outlihe'of this grea giant of Gotham Jle lieain an uneasy position, anu wantsa free circulation. ,lhe great railway lines that center in hia heart, are lbs veins and arteries that carry the life-blood of the naliou; and at' each, pulsation invaluable commodities are sent out and brought back, to support his great, system, .Then, what we want in the South ia a free circulation, not with a 'view lo vie with other portions of hia system, but, to build up and. develop this 'left leg to' Its natnral proportions! Nashville and Memphis will be the great knee joints, when it is stretched out, and will correspond to .Chicago and St. Louis. Then is it not clear to every intelligent mind of the South, that it is our highest interest to encourage men and money to flow into our withered section. The rewipapers will have more read era: the railroads will have more passen gers and freight; and the lands 6f the former will increase in valuation. Then, when it ia bo clearly to the interest of all, why not make one united effort to extend the hand of friendship, and welcome to every one that ia willing to identify him- self and take hia chances with ua7 The press ia the nervous syatem of America, and in the time of peace, it ia what tho bayonet ia in the time of war. When we have accomplished thia great objectj then I am for taking Canada. A nation of men ia a combination of men and muat be kept doing something to maintain ita own existence. This, aa I have before' said; ia a rough outline of thia great giant of Gotham, and represents Bis material BVBteai. It ia mind that moves matter ; therefore; I hope the press will, with one accord, espouse my cause and extend an universal wel come to all who will with honest motives come lo our section. This giant has a del- MfcLiughlin, Butler & A'Cheatham' & Co Co. John Tvirlrmian J Saxe, J Whitworth. : The Ninth, Ward School Question Dis eased. Agreeable to a call in the cily paper yesterday morning, a large number of the citizens of the Ninth Ward met last night in the school buildings to protest against the removal of the school from the ward. On motion of Mr. Adam Karsch, Dr. Kcaffel was called to the chair, arid mem bers of the press present were requested to act aa Secretaries. Mr. Chris Krieg staled that the object of the meeting was to devise, some means to retain the school in the ward. During hia remarks he showed the iniporlance of haying the school, spoke of the growing increase of North Nashville, ita factories, etc., and recommended that:a solemn pro test be made against, the removal, and ad vised the citizena not to send their chil dren lo the buildings, aa being too far, elc , and if deprived of the school to establish one independent of the city fathers. Mr. Jungerman from the Board of Edu cation, stated lhat it was not the wish o the Board to deprive the citizens of the Ninth Ward of the school, but aa the lease had expired, and the build ings were in bad order, it waa thought ad visable lo send scholars to the Hynea Building until arrangements could be made to accommodate .them in their, own ward. Dr. Manlove, 'Squire Thtirneck 'and Jno. .Rubin spoke at some length on the importance of keepiog the school iu op eration, and the many disadvantages which would follow if the school should be closed. Mr. Rubra offered the following resolu tion, which waa unanimously adopted, and the chairman appointed Ihe following com mittee: Dr. J. E 'Manlove, Chris. Kreig, Jno. TardiO", Adam Karsch, 'Squire Thur neck and Clias. Kircher: Resolved, That a committee of seven be appointed to whom the matter under deliberation shall be entrusted, with in structions to attend the coming meeting of the Board of Education, until definit action ia taken, and present to them, the; viewa and matters appertaining to the object of retaining the school for the northern part of the tsity, to enter if necessary, in the name of the citizens of North Nashville a solemn protest with the City Council against removing the school from the limits of the Ward and to report the action from time lo time to snbtequent meetings of Ibecitizens of North Nashville to be called by theaboveommittee. A Cards The managers of the Memorial Society of Tennessee return their grateful acknowl- meDta to ex-uov. iMeil. Urown, Dr. Young. Dr. Ellis, Dr. Summers, the choir of the McKendree Church and the Odd Fellow's band for their kind and apprc- priate assistance in the ceremonies of the dedication of the Confederate Cemetery at Mt, Olivet. Mrs. A. V.S. Lindsley has the thanks of the Society for permission to pass through the toll-gate without charge; also the Metropolitan Police for their elfi cient services. F. G. Portbk, Cham'n and Sec-'y of the Memorial Society of Tenn. REPORT OF TREASURER. Caiih in Treasury, $1,422 02 Paid K. H. Groomes lor reenter ing 300 Confederate soldier?, 1,050 00 Balance 372 02 Collection and subscription at Mt". Olivet, 217 50 Received in contribution box at Mt. Olivet, 30 80 Received in boxes at City Ceme tery, 59 12 Total amount of subicription and collections on memorial day, 07 Vi Mrs. Wm. H. Evans, Treasurer. Nashville, May 11, 18C9. MANAGERS. Mrs JaaK Polk, Mra Thos Craighead, " Jno Kirfcman, " Wm Allen, " Ed H Hickman, " 11 Alassengale, Jno Overton, " TJ Harding, "IO Nicholson. " GWHall, ' , Wm Neal, " " James Rains, " Jeff French, u uunnmguam, G McG Lindsley, Thos Marshall, Heart Weber, St Clair Morgan, JamtB Bell, Thos Farrell, Jno L Brown, Thos Menees, T 1 Mnonire MiMAIinpMrO-.il. Mra. F. G. Portkr, Chairman and Secretary., Wm. H. Evans, Treasurer. TRU8TEES CONFERERATE CEMETERY. Gen BF Cheatham, Mr Philip Olwell. " Thomaa HarreJJ, " TJ Harding, " JohnMBas.Jr THE 1VA.SHVII.XiI2 ElECIRIC WATER CUBE TB NOWAN ACKNOWLEDGED POPULAR JJiojlitation, pstroniztd bysomsofthe bci and most learned citizens of the city and State. Utir register ilinwi tH nma ii;.... ob,l mi.i. depcea or between six and seven hundred pa- L j i'uoues aione, mat we nve nau undfir trfi&trriAnf ;n.A ic-ii MAnn brthem are emi?Bnt Doctors 8f Mertieino, and CwrT KnlKfi? i?.t0Wir!?!!?InADf n2l?' ST KaJlt of lhs '" nd from the !nian(rfiwhom ?a are at liberty to. and on with eonSdenco refei. I OUR SUCCESS. AT bare treated all cIuum .t oil If. 1. diseases with sncceu. Many of oar- patient , - - " "' w .ii ueus isr jeMri. bate been restored to health. " All AClIts ANU'PAINN from .ni .ml every canse. sooo relieved, not only tampon rilf, bat rermaiently- Our Loaation V 4-a liVMr..l tn .fit.. I 11. . ' awabA IU UUI Ui tUtJ UlUOb UUttliUJ cities m the Weat or South. We are oa bitch irt-rtii n.l Bn.I Z . l l li' iu mo uuBi airy sdh ueaiiur part nf ItK -l i ; uuu nu umcr uoaaa' jutaizi as nearer than two hundred feet on either side, so w umo tree circaiaiioa 01 air., ana our roqras are all well rentilated oa every sUe ADVANTAGES. i In this city wo bare a: eooJ Medical or Min eral Sprinrj of OHA.YI.YBEATE nuil lilMESTONE WATER, u can be found la the State, tbe water of which will bo conjt&ntlr lceDt. fresh, ours and coot, in ua bouse for tbe tue of p&lieuts who Adrantaites. And the rhanca of a qatr&er reste- ratfon lo Oeallli, ana tur Gen Wm B Bate, MHDP Carter, " John Kirkman, ! Wm II Evans, " ,M C Cotloo, " A "80 n Nelson. "Tbe Dut." Among our business letters yesterday waa the following, dated Idaho City, Idaho Territory, April 2C J O. Griffith & Co. Please forward me your weekly for one. year, fcacloeeu hnd $2 ia gold duit, the circulating medium oflhia territory. i.. r. The enclosure waa all right, and our friend shall receive the Union and American aa desired. Orphan.' Picnic. The children at the Protestant Orphan Aaylum, 2 miles from the city on the Franklin pike, will have a concert and picnic, on the grounds of the institution, Saturday nest, loth inst., at J p. m. be frienda of the institution and of the orphan are invited to attend. Vino Potato. For the first mesa of . fine young potatoes we return our sincere thanka to the chil dren at the Protestant Orphan Asylum, hoping lhey may enjoy their coming pic nic aa much aa we did those edibles. Mealing; Agricultural Implements A man named Alex. Sexton wa. yes terday bound over to the Criminal Court by 'Squire Thurnick in Ihe sum of $250, for stealing some agricultural implimenta from James Connor, LESS COST this Eitabluhmenr. than they can have at an of the Springs in the United State. A Word to 'Strangers. Straniers traveling, wbn mav be taken sick on the. way. can find in this Establishment a Comfortable Home, good medical treatment, cirefiil attention and suitable diet, which they cannot always "get ia hoteli. Dor Iitch-strmir H always not for the recep tion and treatmeDt of tho afilirted in nil dit eues, except such s are eoatafioiK, which, -to can in no case receive. TREATMENT. NO OPIUM. MORPHINE. - ' CALOMEL. MERCURIAL. or 'ether poisonous medicines administered ia any cae iathis rjtnLliilitnent, but oa lha con trary, we extract ererytnine of Ihe kind from the lystem by our ELECTRIC BATHS, hleh are so PLEASANT. INVIGORATING and strengtbenin?. that every patient wo have hail : i.i deliehted with them, and all persona H.Iilirta.1 to the terrible habit of takinir Oniatu. Monhine and Laudanum, which is so often tho cause of suicide, will do well to put tbem'elves under oar treatment, us we have succeeded in lirnatin,- inanv of Ihe tiernicious bbit. and cureil the disease for which they hare taken tbe drug. BATHING DEPARTMENT Ladies' and Oentlemen'sjB&tbintr Rooms ara perfecctly private. WehaVos Lady Assistant, always ia attendance to administer to lady patients- FEEBLE PERSONS. IA11CUU nuu oio idi; i' nuu injreonstantwatchlnii and fUteaJiiuce, will dt well to bring a friend with (hem. ACCOMMODATIONS. Boardinirand other accommodaliuna as good and ks cheap as any other similar institution. North or South. : CONSUI.TA.TIONS. Kxaminations and consultations in our rooms FKliK. Visits ior examinations or consulta tions in any other part of the city. Five Dollars Piles, Piles, Piles Dlt. WESTKRVELT'S MAGNETIC PRE- parations are a Npertlle KraitMljr nml Meyer I-'alllMjf Cure for Pllfcu. fie hai puscribed tbem for the last twenty-fire years, irrfJhas never known them tn fail of CiirlUKV evca ia tbe worst cases of Ten and Fifteen years' standing:. They give immediate relief, and efl'ect a perfect cure in a shorter time than any Either remedy. Tbey CONTAIN NO NAR COTIC. MERCURIAL or POISONOUS Drug, and may bo used with perfect safety by either Ladies or (ientlem i under any and all circum stances, or ia any yroodition of health. They can be Ment by Mall to any part of the United States. To any person sending me fif teen dollars. I wilt send the remedy, poet-pawl, by return of mail, that I will warraut lo care the worst case of Piles within itiio month, and if in case the disease should re turn at any time within live years, after using these remedies strictly according to my direc tions. 1 will bind mvself to KKFIINI) KVKKV flllll.I.ARPAIU MKhT-thaiia.ti.mt- ,ni! in n . der to convince the most skeptical stranger that this is no hnmbng. I will give RELIABLE SE CURITY, if desired, for the full and faithful performance of the contract- Address Or. V A. WFrERVELT. Electric Water" Cure. No lAMulberry St.. Nashville. Tenn. CORRESPONDENTS. P.Mn.1 .!l!n. . . r.,r r..lt,a. in fi, TTT, 2 tlfin . eipecting au answer by letter, must enclose One Dollar, with their name and:poeiouico un dress plainly written, and the? will receire iui- ineuiaie attention ana auswur j iuiu , mau. publications:- We have published a pamphlet eircnlsr, con liiaing certificates of cures performed of many diseases, from some of the best known and most reliable citizens of Nashville, which we wilt send to the address or any person who will tend us a two cent stamp to pre-pay the postage on.it. Address P. A. WESTERYELT, SI. 1). ELECTRIC WAT.ER CURE. Ro .13 Mulberry fJl., Naitivtllo,Teni.. marZl eod 6m.