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MS SOUTH Kaaferffie and Deetnr.trtaa
vesta&moa Booth -Cherry itreet'U 5 A. u."mA
7.vic. No train Sunday awelng. c ,
AeiwssaoaaUonaf 3;33 r. jt, (goes toColnmbiaV
Iniea arrive at 4:3(V t.,and7a r. it. . Aeeom
modatloaat 39 a. m. ' -t. i
L,euivillo aHi Nashville Kallroad.
Leave Kashrtlle 8 -.30 a. jt. and 2:00 p. u
rrive t KaahviUe. 9 SO A. n, and 4 :30 . M
Arrire at Louisville. .! r. ac and 10 rt r. m
Leave Louisville. i:s r. m. and 10:15 v. . 1
Arftvo sA SVXouJa tU In-
tnfoU.A.u'.: L .' and 4:00r..
Arrire atst, Louis via Beg-'"
eobt; b:M a. a. ma 1 :30 r. k.
Ooaeh en freight train leave Nashville at 3 :OT r.
u. and arrive at Gallatin at 5:43 p. n. every day
The &:3Q ju -a. tela does not leave' Nashville on
Sunday. s .
Ns4v!He aHa ClwttHjir K. J.
eave Nashville AS:30 A. at. and 6:40 r. at
jrive at Nashville ZZiXQ A. M. and 1 :30 p. it.
The 90 a. ic train Steid Nashville doe not run
Sunday. r ee- ,
ShelbyvHie Accemmorfatie Trabi,
Arrives at Naakville 10:1S a. ic
Leaves Saefcvttio .3:30 r. K
KajtltTMec cHatI Northwestern K. R
eare JSaATiHa.tr.. 9:00 a. at
Arrive at Mokman,' Ky 10:50 p. M
Leave MnlHBrn. Ky.i. 4 : a. t
arrive at Nashville 60 A. II
Hleqpte car ran ttrongU to Jlcmpbl on the
i'jo A. K. tralnj , .
a ;DU A. J.
EdccHcia and. KcntacKy 11. IE. .
Aizire at KasavCle ,. . 9:00 a. k
iMTb Nashville.... 3:15 p.x
Would tou avoid poison? Uso LileIbd's
CnmciDE. Bnna death to bed-bugd end
their eggs. Sold by all druggists.
-CnncADEis a toothing sirup.
iCemoide bIats bed-bust.
"Oft iatbisiilly nigli when s.nml)ors'
chain hath bouid tou. Ino more vou'l fell
the dreadful bite of bed-bigs chawsngTound
"We present through our advertisim; col
umns the advertisement of Ely Sc White-
sides, successors to B. H. Thompson,
dialers' in hats, caps,' shirts, umbrellas,, kid
floVesrand cents' furnishing goods. ""The
mambars of this firm are well and popnlnr-
lrTrnovrci in this community as men of
business and experience in their line, and
their stocks are large, rell assorted, and
calculated to please. Bead their advertise
ment and give them a call at the old stand
of B. 1L Thompson's, North Cherry street.
The United States Hotel is conveniently
located for business men. See city no
tice.. Bead Mansfield & Higbee's city notices
Lovoman Bros, are in receipt of chig
nons and all the latest agonies. Ladies
should read their city notice.
Yeatman, Shielda.fJs Co. have a largo
trado sale on Tuesday, the 29th inst.
John 'V'5 ;Morton & Co. advertise flower
see'd in'-tho citv notices.
E. Mclver & Co. notify the public of
their ability to'fill all orders tor all gratles
of Sowaneo coaL Special attention given
to sarload Bhipments, eta Bead their ad
vertisement. -Tiia Bembrjlkdt Ticnmc This beauti
ful style of photograph was made and In
troduced "in Nashvillo by Van Stavoren
Borne four months ano. He has since made
improvements, and is now making them
as fine as are made in tno umlotl otatcs.
SpeVaniohs, taken from ladies and gentle
men of this jcitv. can bo seen at his new
gallery first floor over People's Bank.
Gone to Itlurfrccaboro
Having exchanged pulpits with Bev. Mr.
Hill. Bev. -Dr. Young has gone to Mur-
frecsboroj and will preach to the Methodist
congregation in that city to-day.
t V :
"There has been placed on tho Spruco
Street Bailroad during the last lew days a
new and magnificent street car, which is
the admiration of all as it passes along,
making the ngular trips.
llainy and. Gloomy.
' Yesterday was one of tho gloomiest and
darkest days of the season. Tho heavens
wcro overspread with dark and lowering
cloud1), and the rain fell heavily throughout
tno groator portion ol tno day.
Mr. A. A. Carter has shown in btato
ments from both tho telegraph offices to
the effect that ho (Mr. C.) never sent any
dispatch from this city to Washington con
cerning the meeting held at tho Courthonso
Tho Murfreosboro Monitor of March 2C
says':" "Tho fruit in this section of country
has not been killod by the recent cold
weather, llf there is not a cold spell in
April, wo may yet have an abundant yield
Z - . It elisions Scnicc".
i IThore will bo religious services at the
churches to-day at tho usual Hours, both
morning and evening, by most of tho regu
lar pastors in cnarge.
' Immigrants Arrived.
c A number of immigrants, coming to tho
State with the view of a permanent resi
lience, have passed through the city during
the. last week, lor various parts ot J.en
Tho stroots, thoroughfares and crossings
were in a very muddy and sloppy condi
lion jresterday, the crossings especially
being in some places almost impassable,
particularly to tho ladies.
I.arg'e Qualities ot Grain.
Thoro are largo quanties of grain in store
at the receiving freight building of the
Nashvillo depot which will bo forwarded
South as.speedily as possible. Tho grain
consists, for tho most part of corn in sacks.
-"Notwithstanding the election and tho
fiventa attendant upon it. the city was com.
'mrativolv dull of items yesterday, nothing
'of a startling or unusual character having
Occurred to swell our local jottings.
Since the excitement growing out of tha
threatened attempts at reconstruction nns
quieted down, business in tho various de
partments again 'ooking up, there hav
' Ing boon a considerable change for the bet
ter during tno last lew nays.
" Koal Kstntc Sales.
Tho sale of Boal Estate as shown in tho
office of tha County Court Clerk for tho
week ending Friday March 25, amounted
to' the sum of S19.203.05 which is S20,
550,05 less than the amount in similar.
transactions for the preceding week.
. . ISacUs.
. Tho hackmen reaped a harvest yostcrday.
The friends of tho several candidates kept
them running throughout tho ontiro day.
"Gollv ! wih do 'lection would lass all 'de
ve'ar "roun," was the exclamation of ono
t?i. ' ' Kcligiotis Notice.
Bev. Felix B. Hill, of Murfreosboro, will
preach at tho McKendrce Church to-day at
.the aiBual hour, and also this evening at
t o'clock. Ho is one of tho most oloquont
and -zealous members of the JUolnodist
.Churoh in the State and is always wolcom
vd. tp Nashville.
professor Da Mond gave a dancing oxhi
ffttion at his Academy, Concordia Hall
yesterday afternoon. Although tho weather
'WaS 0AUU031 VJ. iUblVlilUUl, iilVfXO 4
-largo number of patrons in attendauce.
l'arld tho pupils acquitted themselves with
imuch credit in tho graceful motions aud
Revolutions of tho lerpsichorcan art.
.Though tho oxcitenicnt incident to tho
election was of more than ordinary charac
ter yostorday, not a fight, a row, or a dis-
turbance came under our observation m
anv of the wards, nor did we soo an iutoxi
'oated man throughout tho day. What
other city of equal liopulation can nay.as
mUCU On tno uay 01 u ueuiou uiuluuu :
Cliureli of tliu Advent.
- Tho following are tho sorvicos to.
Holy Communion. 7 x x.
Morning Prayer, 11 a. m.
.-Pwnintr Pravar. 5 P. 1L
T)'mng' the woek : Daily Prayer al ." r. k
Also, on Wednesday and Friday: Litany
at 11 A. sr.
Academy of iriuslc.
Thisjinstitution codtinuos to,dra.w large
and delighted houses, nnd the vr c t lityand
variety of tho attractions presented cont
tinue to increase in interest. There lias
been a.change of programme during the
!ja'st two nights with .no diminution ofwU
tractions. The proprietors spare neither
"paic3 nor expense'ftp . afford nn establish
mflut worthy ofinublic " patronage, and
M As thellabpra Jbf thaeek are "ekdi)t
iLXlu Our LQOUgUla WHUUlttW we oia,
days' work and turn Sabbathvsurd, we con
template 'with pardonable pride the able1
ministry of Nashville a3 they pass in re
view before bur mind's eye.
Towenng aloft, elevated; aliKe in mind
and stature, we see the Bev..Dr. B.
Ypang, the eloquent apawwiie pastor?)!
McKendreo Church. As a pulpit orator,
equaled by lew and, excelled by, Jjone, ,he
is, in a doubloseksej "looked tug t'e" by
overy member of ' his large 'coagreffation.
- .Opposite, at Christ's Church, is the ex
cellent and p.rthp:dox.Dr.Ellifl,, beloved of
bis charge and esteemed oy all.
'Xlie pastor pro tern ot tee t irst f rosoy
terian ChurclL is the earnest and studious
Dr. .Mitchell, who worthily supplies the
pulpit of that distinguished diviae. Boy.
Dr. Moore, who is now sojourning in
Florida for his health.
The paster of Summer Street Baptist
Church is, Bev. Dr. SkiBner, whose dis
courses are logical and convincing elo
quent without a single superfluous expres
sion. Upon the same street we fed Bev. Dr.
Baird, of the Cumberland Presbyterian
rDhnrcb. ' Eminent alike for piety and
ability, he well merits tno mgn esteem in
"which he iS held at home and abroad.
At Elm Street Chapel is the unassuming
and earnest Mr. Ormond. vonthfhL but
oivins promise of Great usefulness.
Bev. Dr. Inman, of the Cherry.Streot
Baptist Church, is not only an etiicient
'pastor of his flock, but zealous are his ef
forts within and outside tho walls' of his
church to cet sinners interested on the sub-
-jeet-of Tobgionandintho exercises of the
Bev. Mr. Fall is.thdrtfastottffHheChris-
tian Church, ahdri. ardent advpeate of the
liioie as tno oniy wniwa eioeu wmuu
Tho preacher, in charge of thd,.-IJnion
Methodist Churehj "where pro tractpd; relig
ions exercises were held some wooks'since.
is Bev.Mr. Bennett, who ia "said 'to bo de
voted to'his work, t
Tho Catholio priesthood is effectively re
presented byEevs. Jarboe, Meagher, "Doyle
and others, who are reverenced and es
teemed by their flock.
Besides tho rogular pastors of tho differ
ent churchos there are a number of minis.
ters resident among, -us, and occasionally
occupying most acceptably the different
pulpits. Amons these are Bishops Quur
tard and Mciyeire. wno are aistinguisnea
representatives ot tne ispiscopacy.
T- . . T". ' . 1 .
liov. ur. iucr omn, wuoao uiscoursua,
eloquent and quaint by .turns, are always
replcto with feeling, accomplishes great
good by his casual ministrations.
itev. A. ti. iteaioro, tno umei ot tne
Southern Publishing "House, and well
knora as the author of ""Methodism
Kentucky," preaches occasionally and al
Kov. Dr. A. Xt. Jr. UreoD, whose bo
nignant face and genial manner Tender
him so great a favorite in the social circle,
is also frequently welcomed in tho churches
over which he exercises an elder's super
Timo would fail us to call by name all
tho gentlemen whoso piety and learning
conspire to give me ministry oi lnosnviue
? . .1 i 1 - . XT 1
lU high position in public estimation. To
all of them wo commend tho example
our Saviour who was not ashamed to
seon conversing with, sinners. Uncon
sciously to themselves, they often do more
good by a kind greeting and passing word
of mtorost or admonition, man 13 accom.
plishod by a fino sermon upon which they
have bestowed a woeks study,
We wish God s ministers of every nam
success in their holy calling. May many
roscued sinners ahino as stars in their
crowns of rejoicing.
Klorc German Immigration,
Mr. J. B. Jeup, from Cincinnati, arrived
hero yesterday morning with about tmrty-
eight German immigrants, who are to set
tle in .Lawrence county, Tennessee, wnere
we team a large tract of land lias been pur.
chased for them through the above named
gentleman. They have formed a German
Homestead Association, and they expect
large accessions to their number in
very short time. Tnoy are represented.
and their appearance indicates the truth
lulncss ol tne representation, as an
intelligent, thrifty sot of pooplo of
whom our native citizens of Iiawrcnco
may well feel proud. They expressed them
selves as highly gratified at the general ap
pearance of things, and were especially en
logistic of tho officers of tho Nashville and
Decatur liauroad lor courtesies extenaea
in tho way of transportation, etc. They
havo a goodly supply of stock and farm rm
piemen ts with them, and will be fully pre
pared to put in crops upon their arrival in
tneir new nomes. atucn creuii is one 10
our fellow-citizen. C. C. Giers, Esq.
through whost) agency these people were
induced to cast their lots among us. We
have hearts of cheer and hands of welcome
for all industrious and honest persons, of
whatever nationality, who may settle, as
good citizens upon our broad acres and in
A Change in Itullicrrord.
Tho Murfreosboro Monitor says: "Wo
are gratified to learn that a change of tac-'
tics is about to be adopted by our farming
community. It is said that more attention
will be paid this year to the raising of ce
reals than over beforo in this county. Ten
times more of clover, herdsgrass, timothy,
etc., -has beensdwn this spring than has
been sown within the last fifteen years. Wo
are gladto hear it glad toseo that our
people are beginning to wake up to a senso
of their true interest, and to cast aside the
illusions that they havo labored under so
long illusions of immense fortunes to'be
made out of the raising of cotton. This is
not strictly a cotton-growing section of
country, and was never destined to be
such. It can never compete with the great
valley of tho lower Mississippi. It has
been true, to be sure, that our lands havo
produced a good crop about once in five
years, out of which money has been made;
but such occasional pieces of good fortune
do not repay tho farmer for yeais of failuro
and tho wear and tear to which tho soil is
subjected. We long to see the time when
this portion of Middle Tennessee will de
vote tho greater part of its attention and
energios to productions better adapted to
it,, and when it can be styled the ubluo
grass region' of the State."
Tho Ladies' Pearl for April presents a
tablo of contents unsurpassed for interest
and variety. All the contributions are of
decided merit, while the selections made
and tho tasteful grouping of the articles re
flect credit upon the accomplished editor.
Several now contributors mako thoir debut
in this .number. One, Judith James, for
the first time appearing on the stage of
authorship, makes a captivating bow in ono
article, and in another gives us tho open
ing chapter of tho charming story "A Bock
in the Sea." Elzey Hay very gracefully
transfers tho responsibility of the faults of
tho "girl of tho period" to tho broad shoul
ders of the sterner sex, in nn article styled
"Tho Man of the Period." "How Should
Women Write," answers well a question
that has puzzled many a feminino brain.
Each article well dosorvos a soparato no
tice did our space admit. Wo say to all if
you want a periodical attractive aliko for
its chaste and neat typographical execution,
wo coinmondyou to the Ladies' Pearl, and
if yon have not tho April number, get it.
Nashville, March 20. Court met this
day pursuant to adjournment, all itho
Judges being present.
Whites Creek Turnpike Co. vs. Gilbert
Marshall. By Judgo McClain. Affirmed.
.Davis vs. Purycar. By Judgo Andrdws.
Boversod and remanded.
Cowen vfi. Andrews. By Judgo' Andrew"!.
Decree dismissing bill affirmed.
Martin vs. Hooker. By Judge Hawkins.
Bevorsed and remanded.
Court adjournod until Monday morning
at 10 o'clock. J. G. Fnizrn.
. The Murfreosboro Monitor of March 2C
says: "Two companies, C. and G., of tho
Hth Begulare, compriso the Federal mili
tary force at this place. They are located
at the Bio Mill, and are under the com
mand of Maj. David Crous. We are glad
to see that tho men aro soldierly in thoir
betting and orderly in their conduct. Tho
Government is said to bo at an expense of
about twenty-five hundred dollars per
mouth in keeping them hero."
An amusing incident occurred at one of
tho voting precinctfl, not a thousand miles
front the city, at the election yesterday.
One of the "voters who established his right
to tho elective franchise "by exhibiting a
handful of small pieces of paper, which,
put together, made out a registration cer
tificate, fclated that "them fellows up there
.wanted to know if I was going to vote for
tho.flfic tt'iutructivn, but I ili'dp'.tknow
anything about the A- d thing nnd
wouldn't havo anything to do with it."
Below-we fcive tlie reWrnsof the ekction'
for county offices held yesterday, up to tha
Hour of going to press: ,
Sheriff Shaw-sr Talterson 44, Wilson!
13, Norvell 41, MeDaniel C, Woodafl 10,
Austin 20, Donaldson 49, Bradley 10, Ful-
ghumi3 Allen 30.DawslBH., I; ', ; .
" County Court Clerk McCaun 137, Ewm
41, Bell 41., 1
Circuit Court Clerk Love 38, Akersir.8,
Litton .59., r. .
Criminal Court Clerk Diggons 140,
FrizzeU 78, Pinkard 39, Banks "3, Stephens
Jailer Saelton C2, Hevorin 31, Saun
ders 20 Lanier 7, 3urke 24, Shute 1C,
Phillips C' Hill 20, Seed 7, Winfrey 1-5,
BuTchG, Woods 7, Bobinson 10, Geigor
31, Williams 1, Moore 13, Douglas 4,
Gleaves C, Dennison C, Bonn 4, Bmitn 1,
Trustee Arnnstan 84, liains a, xroviu-
sob 49, Garrett C2, Eoper 39, Davis 22.
(Kevwtae upsector unaaweu iua, ituu
worth 51, Hayes"30, Binkley 74, Greer 7,
Constable Hawkins 58. Jones, E. W.,
90 .-John Swan 3. Horn 17. Brooks 18,
Moss 103, Sumner.Gi,Kleiser 24, Tucker I.
Magistrates wuiansan zui, oaum a,
Meachaia 78? Wherry 77, Yeargin, -CI,
Menefee 24. Morrow 3. Morloy 39,
Brodio "20, Abo Smith 48, Scott 7, Camp
bell 2. -
Constable Jones C, McAndrows 21.
Constitution Now 20 1, Old 44.
Betenuo Collector Chadwell 1C2, Bink
lev 99..Bavs 30. Clark 11. Greer 2, Whit-
wortn 27, a. 1). fietcner 1.
Consume Campbell 10, Williams 1,
Johnson 1. Sloan 1, Hawkins C7, Jones 5,
m , , . 11 1 TT It
xnrnor o. iuuon 1. nutuuau a, aiuiu -j,
McAndrews 20. Phillips 5. Moore 07, Swan
EG. Jones 80. ltleiser 4Y. lirooKS 58.
Oounty Uourt UlerK iswin 10:1, aicuann
87, BeU 91, Hyde 1.
Circuit Uourt Ulerl Liove iw, AKers
112. Litton 108. Crunk 2.
Criminal Court Clork Diggons 155,
Frizzell 172. Banks C. Tinkard 20, Lanier
2, Stevens 8, Camp 1.
Jailer Shute 82, Hill 21, Shelton 43,
Winfrey 8, Douglas 4. Geiger 22, Bead 13,
Burke 9. Lanier 13. ltobertson IS, nevenn
57, Duprez 1, lturcn 4, rentecost 1, mc-
Murry 3, Coglo 2, Smith 2, A. J. Smith 1,
Dolan 4, Phillips 9, Bankm 1, Gleaves 4,
Sanders 25. Woods b.
Trustee Garrett 151, Davidson CO, Ar-
nngton 92. Bams 4, Kopor 10, Davis m.
Magistrate Cowan 1, Collins 1, Bivor-
dam 1, Granger 1, uassetty 1, &ainn 21,
Wherry 124, Meacham 100, Wilkinson 208,
Meneiee 28. Horveu 1, iirodie 4, itunm 1
Bradshaw 1, Smith 1G, Scott 2, Lewis
Sheriff Donaldson 114, Allen 50, Pat
terson 20: Woodall 37. Norvell 31, Brad
lov 11. Fulahum 9. Shaw 53. Austin
Carleton 1, MeDaniel 21, Wilson 13, Davis
3. Moore 20.
New Constitution 330, Old Constitution
Criminal-Court Clerk Frizzell 219, Dig
gons 151, Banks 7, Pinkard 22.
Circuit Court Clerk Love 17G, Litton
141, Akers 85.
County Court Clerk Ewin 257, Bell 92,
County Trustee Garrett 197, Arrington
111, Davidson 44, Davis 27.
Sheriff Donaldson 110, Allen 55, Shaw
55, Woodall. 50, Austin 20, Patterson 13,
Bradley 15, Fulghum 9, MeDaniel 28, Nor
vell 38, Wilson 14.
Now Constitution 343, Old G9.
Sheriff Donaldson 130, Austin 14,
Norvell 105, Brjidley 51, Shaw 35, Davis
3G, Patterson 40, Allen 51, Woodall 47,
Wilson 31, MeDaniel 17, Fulghum 10.
County Court Clork Bell G5, Ewing 135,
Circuit Court Clerk D. O. L0V0 225,
Akers 187, Litton 118.
Criminal Court Clerk Frizzell 22 1, Dig
gons 104, Stephens 70, Pinkard 37, Banks
13, Camp 1.
County Trustee Arrington 139, Garrett
199, BMns 30, Boper 34, Davidson 53, Da
Bevenue Collector Binkloy 101, Chad
well 153, Whitworth 99, Clark 32, Hays 20,
Sheriff Patterson 44, Davis 20, Norvell,
51, Donaldson 59, Austin 1, Shaw 15, Allen
33, MeDaniel 9, Bradley 37, Wilson 32,
County Court Clork Ewin 95, Bell 83,
Circuit Court Clerk Akers 130, Love93,i
Criminal Court Clerk Frizzell 140f Dig
gons 71, Stephens G9, Pinckard 27, Banks
11, Huggins 1.
Jailor Shelton 39, Bnrk G5, Douglas 33,
Hoverin 20. Winfrey CO, Lanier 19, Phil-:
lios 18. Gleaves 13. Hill 9, Bead 8, Ma-'
honey 7, Geiger C, Davidson 11, Smith 2,
Woods 2, Bnrch 2, Saunders 3, Moore 4.
Constitution New 2G3, Old 52.
Bevenue Collector Whitworth 151,
Binkley 59, Chadwell 58, Hays 14.
Trustee Arrington 112J Garrett 79,
Bains 45, Davidson 34.
Magistrate Wilkinson 239, Saffron 88,
Menifee 74, Meacham 104, Wherry 59, Yor
Constablo Moss 189, Jones 147, Haw
kins 39, Sumner 29, Brooks 13.
This' is up to the count of 231 vote3 out
of 509 polled. .
Sheriff MeDaniel 21, Shaw 31, Donald-,
son 80i Norvell 25, Patterson 11, Allen 27,
County Court Clerk McCann 113, Ewin
133, Bell 47.
Criminal Court Clerk Diggons 117,
Frizzell 124, Stephens 14, Banks 10.
Circuit Court Clerk Akera 115, Litton
04, Love 90.
Bevenue Collector Clark 95, Binkley
41, Chadwell 91, Hays 11, Whitworth 11.
In Edgefield, up to 12 o'clock, the count
was as follows, the Judges postponing their
labors until Monday. Tho total vote polled
Sheriff Patterson 3, Donaldson 84, Shaw
13, Woodall 23, Bradley 4, Norvell 21, Da
vis 4, Wilson 40, McDaniels 15, Allen . 38,
Jailer Shollon 50, Phillips 50, Douglass
G, Hill 3, Sanders 13, Mooro 13, ltobertson
13, Bead 5, Burke 14, Gleaves 5, Shuto 10.
County Court Clerk J. T. Boll 172,
Ewing 33, McCann 48.
Circuit Coutt Clork Love 97, Litton 9S,
Criminal Court Clork Diggons 13, Friz
zell 93, Pinkard 4, Stephens 13, Banks 31.
Trustee Arrington 138, Garrett 34, Eo
per, 45, Bains 7, Davidson 23, Jas Davis 3.
Collector Chadwell 113, Whitworth 37,
Greer 2, Binkloy 24, Clark 29, Hays 5.
Tho vote was as follows :
County Court Clerk Ewing 130, Mc
Cann 30, Bell 21.
Circuit Court Clork Akers G8, Love 484
Bevenue Collector Whitworth 49, Chad;
well CO, Hays 38.
County Trustoo Arrington 70, Garrett
35, Bains 30.
Criminal Coutt Clerk Pinkard 43, Friz
zell 58, Diggons 44.
Constable Moss 95, nagey 8 4.
Tho vote was for
Sheriff Woodall 144, Donaldson 3.
Circuit Court Clerk Lovo 01, Litlou
41, Akers 37.
Criminal Court Clork PinkardlOS, Dig
gons G, Frizzell 8, Banks 22.
County Court Clerk McCann 74, Ewin
08, Bell 10.
County Trustee Davidson 07, Arring
The vote was for
County Court Clerk Boll 70, McCann
CS, Ewing G3.
Circuit Court Clerk Litton 147, Lovo
49, Akers 9.
Criminal Court Clerk Frizzell 87, Dig
County Trustee Garrett 59, Arrington
Tho voto was as follows:
Sheriff Shaw 37, Allen 21, Donaldson
11, Wilson 13, Woodall 14.
County Court Clerk Ewin 53, McCann
45, Bell 12.
Circuit Court Clerk Lovo 52, Akers 22,
Criminal Court Clerk Frizzell 47, Dig
gons 17, Pinkard 17. ,
County Trusteo Arrington 59, Garrett
14, Bains 23. -Jailer
Bevenue Oolloctor Bobertson 19, Whit
worth 33, Chadwell'3G.
JONES On the mornlns'of .Saturday, tho 25th
Inst., EnwABD, infant son of XVm. H. and Cathe
rrlend'of the family aro invites! to attend the
foneral'jthis (Sunday) afternoon, at 2:30 oUock,
from the residence of tho parents, Cedar itreet,
between Tine and Spruce.
JyiSfotoaa TOOJame simdaymaeck 21 i87o.
..vY . . ,' . i
Remit el the Election. b
The numberf officers to be elected, aaf
well as ;the HlticiK ofjftndi(latea
voted for, made it almost im
possible to Jfiniih counting; 'out?'
n the "larger wards of the city in
time . to furnish the .resell for
this morning's paper. "The returns receiv
ed, no to 2 o'clock last nieht" are
Tr,or in Wt .n,rtb nnnffll In IJ"
fnVnf'- ti,0 iw-snJ.HlntiS" Avd
larger maiontv- bom in tns - city
and county than its most sanguine friends
nad reason to anticipate.
impVITICS AND LEVITIES.,,.
Beholders Hives. J ' .
Light infanlry Babies. ,
Pail creatures Dairymaids.
The last thing out the truth. .
A "curl of the lip' a moustache.
Express-ive letters C." O. D.
A hackneyed observation "Cab, sir?"
Evergreens Those who don't take the
leaked anticipations care announce
"Wild ducks . are a drug on tho Illinois
Intemperate language "Let s imbibe."
Tast horses Those that are safely se
The moaning of the tied A husband s
grumbling. ,. ; , , :
An actor ougut to uo a nappy man: nis
workis all play. .
The key. to many men's undoings r
Old-fashioned fire-places Etna and Ve
The last blow-out blowing out. .the
lamp of. life. : s-, , . '
The time to buy an overcoat when the
fit is on you,, ,r
Gov. Geary Is called "Pennsylvania's
The latest woman question ""What-is
home without a baby?"
Bad taste pretty, young girls kissing
New York Fitz-Adolphuses wear, brace
lets on their delicate wrists.
Fresh-cXs never happen with Salt,
water. Not singular at alL
When theatrical managers make money
they thank their stars for it.
Who is the largest man ? Tho lover;
he is a man of tremendous sighs.
Are belles-lettres necessarily tho best
because written by the prettiest girls i
Grant's fondness for animals and dress
has induced him to purchase a clothes
Capo Cod muslin is described as "three
threads to tho armful with a jackass for a
The Evening Post thinks if postage is
reduced to one cent there will be two sent
where there is one sent now.
An Illinois domestic lost her voice m a
fit of rage, and has since worked in si
lence, buch "help" is m demand.
Boys, who have persistently whistled
" Shoo," Fly " for tho past six months, arc
advised to try a change of air.
A New York female failing to achieve
asphyxiation with her garter, tried swal
lowing a nair-pin witn no Dcuer result.
A little boy out West was asked if he
knew where liars went, and answered yes,
they went to New York to write for the
Models for the new fifty cent pieces
have been completed. We don't think
they will improve upon the oldsilver half-
New Orleans pickpockets send up a
host of India rubber balloons, and while
the crowd gazes heavenward, go through
A captious critic docs not exactly un
derstand how Fechtcr should earn 5540 a
night, and yet have to be supported by
Miss Lcclcrcq and Mr. Bangs.
A Boston writer, in alluding to, the
musical taste of the Hub, says: "Our cars
have been cultivated I'll they overshadow
our other organs."
The architect of the Chicago Court
house thinks it was the weight of the
plastering that made the roof fall. A
strong roof that must have been.
The physiologists'.advice, "man, know
thyself," will never he heeded by Butler,
who, if he knew himself, ought to com
mit suicide without delay.
A Sunday-school teacher at Warren,
Mass., promises the boy who acts thebest
during the year, and commits the most
Testament,' a meerschaum pipe.
A San Francisco Judge tempered justice
with mercy by lining a starved girl twen
ty-five cent?, and then raising 20 for her
on the spot from sympathizing spectators.
An unknown Philadelphia philanthro
pist tried to lubricate the pathway to the
tomb of a houseful of people, by pouring
coal oil. in through a window and finng.it,
the other night.
Kit Burns, the present famous man of
Water street, New Y'ork, is said to have a
voice "like the filing of a .saw, and when
he laughs, resembles the agony of a door-
hinge in want ot oil.
Lancaster, l'cnn., has no sturdy pau
pers to support this winter, as the inmates
of the almshouse are an set at work
Creaking stone. If a beggar asks for
bread they give him a stone, and he is off,
A Western newspaper having repeated .
the old paradox that it two'Iettcrs be ta
ken lrom money mere will be but one
left, the Vicksburg TYwics remarks: "Wc
once knew a fellow who took money from
two letters and there was none left.
Some "horid wretch" in'England says a
woman mounts by insensible gradations
from dolls and kittens and pet brothers' to
the zenith of passion, to descend by the
same insensible gradations from the zenith,
of passion through pet brothers to tabby'
The only great difference between Call
fornia and Minnesota farmers is that the
former gets as much for a dozen of eggs
as the latter does tor a bushel of wheat.
It isn't near as much labor to lay eggs as
it is to raise wheat, at least to the farmer.
In a case of marital separation in Cin
cinnati, the plaintiff addressed the court
""Judge," said she, "I can't love lat thar
nigger ; he kicked me in the rib3 once
until he loosened all myinsides, and when
dat occurred my ailection lor him van
A rich man died in Maine reccntfy, and
his last words to his heirs were : "Plant
me a3 soon as I am cold, and don't cart
me around for a side-show. Remember
Peabody." He was buried according to
:his;request,"and is" believed "to be now'en-
5 !. 1 - ' - !
:The caDtain of a Nova Scotia schooner
at' New Y'ork, from Jacmcl, reports ?sec-
ing a marine monster on the 12th instant,
swhich was sixty feet long and twenty-
four lect wide, with two lorks to its! tail
about -four feet long, and ridges Tunning
L'froni its hcadlo its tail.' It Was a rela
tive to tne sea serpent, prpuauiy.
.The Sheriff of the. city of Richmond
lias levied on all the fire apparatus ofthe
citv. including the steam arc engines,
(hose, reels and hook and ladder truck,and
advertises tnera ior saio at aucuoD,-io
satisfy executions in his hands in favorbf
paitlUa VIUJBj uiiuu ntw uMvj .. tr-v
on the evacuation of the city.
Susan A Smith, M. D., of Philadelphia,
resists payment of the income tax on the.
grounu mat 11 is upiuesaivu u tumeu,
who arc not allowed the same chances,
for business that men have. She tells thq
officers they may take anything out of
her house or attach a'thing she owns,
but she cannot conscientiously pay tlu
tax. She was lately arrested and held to
A young lawyer gained a suit for a
pretty but not over wealthy client. no
sent in a bill for $1,000. The next day
the lady called on him and inquired if he
was in earnest in proposing to her.. "ProT
pose to you, madam ! I didn't propose to
you," replied the .astonished attorney.
"Well, you asked for my forluue, and
thought you would have the grace to take
me," was the calm reply. t 5
Mr. Brown, of the celebrated banking
house of Brown Brothers, was at one time
blessed by his wife with two twin boys;
He said this somewhat disturbed his do
mestic relations. As ho was doing busi
ness in the name of BrownBrothere, hh
could not see the consistency of his wift
being interested in BariDgBrothers. T.v J '
-A negro school in Virgima5nutnbers
anions its scholars a woman seventy-one t
years old. She is trained'in every respect .
like the little urchins about her, and was
greatly chagrined and mortified the othet
day because she was... "kept in " arofcifc
recess as a punishment for "raiesingjKlier
lesson, and not permitted "to ""playWid
de rest of do Chil'cn.
MXix-xjxiui 1 u-' ' - '
For rrcjS6tktgy-coiBmcnd.;u3, to an
Indiana" lover. At New-"Aluanya lover
'"us permission 10 see oarau jane,
and was watched by the old folks and a
bull dog. Kow, what did he do but go
to the house armed with another big dog,
and set the tvvo fighting, .and. while the
old people were betting on their dog. he
I just took the girl out of the back door,
- ' me girl O
a.na. bore fight wasoyer he waa mar-
riedassnug as possible,, Tally ono for
Camilla TJbso had to pav a doctor three
hundred dollars in San Francisco for four
visits. When she asked him why ho
charged so much, '-ho' said -''Camilla
Urso-sick.". She says she: will physio at a
new. shop tha next time. -
Flo web Seed nt John W.
Co.'s, No. 17 Public Square
To tlic Ladles !
We have received tho latest styles of
Chignons ; tho Chatelaines, the very latest
agony ; the braids in center, the twists and
puffs, to which wa call vour kind attention.
can, ana we will bo pleased to wait on
you. I mar27 3tl Loveman linos.
Kcuralgia and Itlicninatlsm.
From Harry Beet, Esq., Local Editofof tho Mem
Messbs. Mansfield & Hiobee Gentlo-
mea: I .deem it due to you to. state that
your Magc Arnica Linimont effected a euro
in wnat, apparently, was an incurable case.
Tha facts aro as follows: My wife was for
several days afflicted withaevere rneumatio
pains' ,jn tho shoulders and back. So se
vere wero they that her,rest was nigutty dis
turbed. Tho customary remedies were
applied, hut gave no .relief. Your Magic
Arnica Liniment did the work in one hour,
completely killing tho. pain, f may also
add that n lady friend was, by its use, com
pletely cured of neuralgia by a single appli
cation. No family should be without it.
Yours respectfully, Haoey Beee.
For salo by all Druggists. mar27 It
Louisiana Creolo Hair Restorer is pre
ferred by all because everybody wants the
best, and tho certifieatcs of thousands
prove that this is tho best. A trial will
prove it to you. .
i or sale by an Druggists. - mar:? it'
Pain in the Side.
This -.distressing svmntom of Consump
tion afisc3trom inflammation of tho .Lungs,
or tho membrane called the Pleura, or
from bronchial affection of tho air passages :
in eithcr caso it is a very dangerous indi
cation ot disease. Tho cause of tnis symp
tom should bo removed at once and
nothing can possibly effect that object so
speedily and happily as tho HUNGA1UAN
It has also been introduced into tho
practice of many of our best hospitals, in-
Urmanes, and other institutions: and Has
long sinco recoivod tho public sanction of
the most eminent Uhemists and i'rotes-
sioual Men of this and other countries.
For salo by Druggists generally. It
The United States notcL Louisville.
Ky., is the most convenient hotel to all
points or public places. It
Coming Every Day.
Thompson Bros. & Kelly are now daily
receiving new spring goods. mar20-Ut
Families in want of board, would do
well to call at the Veranda House, comer
of bummer and Deadenck streets, where
they can get comfortable rooms and good
board at reduced rates. mar2U-lw
Tho partnership heretofore existing be
tween B. B. Cutter and Jas. W. Gleaves,
under the firm names of B. B. Cutter
Gleaves, dealers in boots, shoes, hats, etc..
Nashville, Tenn., and Jas. W. Gleaves
Co., dealers in. dry goods, groceries, etc,
at Greon Hill, Tenn., was this day dis
solved by mutual consent. B. B. Cutter
succeeds to tho busines-s in Nashville,
Tenn., and will keep constantly on hand a
fresh assortment of boots, shoes, nats, etc
Jas. W. Gleaves succeeds to tho business
at Green Hill, Wilson county, Tenn.
B. B. Cottee,
J is. W. Gleaves.
Nashville, Jan. 1, 1870.
Having sold my interest in the boot and
shoo business to my partner, 15. 11. unttor,
I take this method of recommending him
to my friends, and respectfully ask them to
favor him with their patronage.
mar20-3t Jas. W. Gleaves.
Amidst tlic Hocks.
In conscqnenco of the obstructions caused
by tho erection of the many now stores now
being built in our vicinity, wo oiler our
entiro stock of new spring goods at greatly
mar20-0t Tnoirrsox Bnos. fc Kelly.
We don't like to bo callsd "A Twonty
fivo Cent Store ;" but wo are now offering
piles of elegant spring dress goods at this
mar2C-Ct Thompson Br.os. & Kelly.
Don't ICuy Tlicm.
Don't buy your black silks or black al
pacas, until you havo examinod our new
stock. Cheap! cheap! cheap!
mar2G-Ct Tiroirrsojj Bcos. & Kelly.
Furnished Kooms to Kent.
Three large, airy furnished front rpoms,
together or separately, can bo had without
board, at No. 51 South High street.
Oct. Mr. B. T. Kirkpatrickis now in Now
York buying onr spring stock, and wo are
receiving daily all tho novelties of the sea
son as" they appear in tho Eastern markets.
Call daily and seo what wo aro opening.
marlCtf B. T. IiinKPATnicK & Co.
Awnings. Beech, Manlovo & Co. can
furnish plain and Italian Awnings at short
notico and at tho lowest market price.
.Give them your orders. No. CO North
Collego street. inarlC-tf
Beech, Manlove & Go. aro receiving
a large and attractive stock of staple- and
fancy Dry Goods for tho spring trade. Go
-and seo ' them. No. CO North Collego
I respectfully notify my former pa
trons, as well as tho pubh'c in general, that
I havo resumed first principles, and am
prepared to make first-class boots, shoes
and.gaitcrs of the best ' material and any
style, and guarantee to give entiro satis
faction. Tho sigh of tho Bed Boot
No.CC Church street,
feb27-tf , opposite Maxwell House.
Alternate loss and excoss of appetite,
and grinding of the teeth, aro symptoms
of worms. B. A. Fahnestock's Vormifuge
is certain remedy.
In the wet, unpleasant weather of early
spring, C. F. Galton's Cough Balsam should
bo in every house. mrl-deoditwlm
MEXVS FUMIS1IIXG GOODS,
IXA.T.S A3S(T C-AJPS.
WE IIAVE NOW RECEIVED OUR STRING
Stock of . f ,
Shirts, r.wcRj,, TJiidcr-Sliirts,
-,-Socks, Suspenders, .Cravats,
Bows, " Scarfs, ITaiHllccr
chicl's, Collars, Canes,
ALEXANDER SCID GLOVES,
.- - .
Solc Leatheriuia Saratoga Trunks,
ill' the' latest styles of ISats and Caps, for
men, boys and children. mar27-tf-lthjsp
tsrrjepoeita receiTedWSna .faiterStt allowed
hereon, loans;nsgotlatedfleonecMons madeUand
General Eanktag beefeeag transacted, j ocli tf
FINANCE- AND TRADE.
UMTED STATES AND OTHER SECUBITIEs
U. a.Hlxeaof 188 .....1H
TJ. S. 6-20, 1862 " ijo
U.S. 6-20, 18C4 .1 TT";1hS
U.S. 6-20, 1SC5, old. ;"! 109
TJ. S. 6-20, 18C5, January and Jnly... 107
u.a io-to.:... ; "im
Tennessee bonds, old 57
Tennessee bonds, new , '48
Tennessee bonds, Capitol....'. 51
Nashville and Chattanooga railroad bonds, en
dorsed ; jj
East Tennessee and Virginia EaOroad. bondst
endorsed ' q
East Tennessee and Georgia Railroad bonds!
endorsed " C3
Tennessee coupons, fundable 68
Tennessee eonpons, dne July, 18OT C3
City Nashville bonds, old...... CO
City NashTlUa bonds, signed Brown, Mayor.. IS
Ultyjsasnvllle bonds, signed Alden, Mayor...
Nashville corporation checks so
Nashville corporation ooapons...., 70
AOTiason county Donas issned to Tennessee
and Pacific road 87
Davidson county bonds, issned to Louisville
Davidson county bonds, issued to other roads. 77
uwinsoo conniy coupons t 97
Montgomery county bonds CO
Mnrfreesboro coupons 88
Lomsviiia ana .Nashville railroad stock ........ 70
nasnvuie ana unattanooga railroad stock...,. 25
NashTUIe and Decatn j railroad stock.. ...... 10
East Tennessee and Georgia railroad Btock.... 19
East Tennessee and Virginia railroad stock... 19
Memphis and Charleston railroad stock. , 40
South Nashville Street-railroad stock 0-
North Nashvillo Street railroad stock
Spruce Street railroad stock
suspension Bridge stock 100
Planters' Bank stock 6
Union Bank stock... ....a 6
UUUI AHD SILVER,
American gold ...112 Ui,
Gold coupons...- ....112 111
Gold drafts on Now York 112 111
American silver, (Jfs and Jfs,) 103 112
American silver, (5s and 10,)..-. 10G 110
OnNow York , Par. l-20th
On Cincinnati , Par. l-20th
On Louisville.., .Par. l-10tlr
On Memphis Par. l-20th
On New Orleans Par; V '
On London.., $S00 per pound
OnEdinbnrg, , ,...-6 CO per pound
On Dublin ........... 6 00 per pound
On Paris 3 60 f res. per$l
On Berlin 97 per thaler
On Frankfort 67 per guilder
t0s,Warof 1812 .10
80s. War of 1812 90
120s, War of 1812 $130
120s, not -war of 1812 12c
1603, war ol 1H12 162
160s, not War of 1812 ". 160
The National Savings ComDanv have mada ar
rangements to supply their customers with revenue
stamps at the following low rates, discount payable
in stamps, viz:
On purchasers under $20 Par
On purchasers of $20 or more. ..2 per cent, dls
Ou purchasers 01 $50 or more. . .2x per cent, dls
On purchasers of $100 or more. ..3 percent, dls
On purchasers of $200 or more ... X per cent, dis
On purchasers of $500 or more... 1 per cent, dls:
us purcuasers 01 tiuuu or more. . per cent, ois
All orders must be accompanied by the money or
check for the amount. Stamps will be sent by
mau or express, as directed.
TESITESSZH SOUTH" CAEOLISA.
Bank of Tennessee, old i
Plasters' Bank 93
Union Bank 10;
Union Bank cert's... par
Bank of Chattanooga. 06
Bank of commerce... par
Peoples' Bank 92
planters' ana Alecnan-
State Bank 03
Southwestern R. E... 90
Union Bank 95
Bank of Knoxvillo.... 65
Bank of Memphis, w, 95
n-k of Middle Tenn.. 95
Rank -of Paris par
Bank of the Union... 25
Bit of West Tenn.... 25
Bank of Mobile 90
Bank of Montgomery . 05
Bank of Selma 05
Central Bank ,
Eastern Bank ,
Southern Bank ,
Buck's Bank par
City Bank.. 65
Commercial Bank.... 20
'Merchants' Hani par
Northern Bank; par;
Ocoee Bank., 05
Bank of Bhelbyville.. 75
Cental R. R. Bank..
Georgia Railroad and
Banking Company. 95
B"kof Mid. Georgia.. 90
Southern Bank. ....
Marine Bank 95
Traders' Bank ..par
Life and General In
Bank of Augusta 01
surance Company.. 10
Rank of Columbus.., 01
Bank of Commerce... 01
Bank of Camden 30
Bank of Charleston.. 92'
Bank of Chester 05
Bank of Georgetown. 03
Bank of the Empire
State , 01
Bank of Athens 10
Bank of Fulton 10
Bank of Hamburg.... 03
Bank of Savannah.... 10
Bank of Newberry... 90
Bank of the State of 05
Bank of the State of
South Carolina 50
City Bank of Augusta. 05
Farmers' and Me
Commercial Bank.... 01
Exchange Bank 10
chanics' Bank 10
Farmers' and Ex
Mechanics' Bank 03
change Bank. 01
Merchants, and Plant- 03
Merchants' Bank 05
Planters' Bank of Fair.
Planters' Bank 03
Union Bank 03
Gold made a still further decline in New
York yesterday, having closed at 1114. Deal
ers here are paying the New York rate and
holding at 112,
Exchange on New York is taken by
tno banKs at par and sold by them at i pre
Government securities are lower. Deal
ers hero will not buy at better than J under
tho Aew lork rates, wlucn aro as follows
United States six per cents of 1831. . . .113?'
Five-twenty bonds of 1862 109
Five-twenty bonds of 1864 108Jf v
Five-twenty bonds of 1865 108ii" "
Five-twenties, new Issue, 1865 107;
Five-twenties, Sew issue, 1867 10S
Five-twenties, now Issue, 1868 108
Ten-Forties : 101i
Currency Sixes. 113
London advices of yesterday quote 5-20s
of 1802 at 0; ISGos at 89J; 1807s at
80i. and 10-40's at 86?.
Tennessee bonds aro quoted in New
York at 50 for the old, and C0 for tho
The following are tho quotations of tho
New York stock market: Central and
Hudson 92J; Scrip 00; Erie 24J; Beading
06; Southern 81f ; Cleveland and Pittsburg
09: Bock Island 120; Northwestern
Common 71&, Preferred 82J; Western,
Union Telegraph 31J; Fort Wayno 92.
.Southern Iloiids In New York.
The sales of Southern bonds at tha New.
York Stock Exchange on the 23d inst. were
nasT do aud.
9,000 Tennessee six per cents, old... . 52 -
9,000 Tennessee six per cents, old &9,V-
1nnY)TpnnMUARr nurmntfl. nnur . .WV
1,000 Tennessee six per cents, new 50"
30,000 Tennessee six per cents, new.. 5Utf
25.000 Tennessee six per cents, new. 50if
50,000 Tennessee six per cents, fCO G0?
1,000 Virginia six per cents, old 73f
Virginia six percenis, oia .a
10,000 Virginia six per cents old 860 73
10,000 Virginia six per cents. It. B 59
2,000 Georgia six per cents 87
110,000 Missouri six per cents ....92X
4u,uuu ixu'siana eignt per cents, levee Bonds . .91 .
10,000 Louisiana eight per cents, levco bonds. .937
27,000 Louisiana six per cents, levee bonds. ...79 '
10,000 Louisiana six per cents, levee bonds. . ..79,1
secoxd no AM),
15,000 Tennessee six -per cents, new 50Jf
ao.uoo Missouri six per cents vi -
10.000 Louisiana Blx per cents, levco bonds.... 79
3,000 Louisiana six per cents, levco bonds. ...78
Sattjedat, March 20, 1870.
NasUville Cotton Marks t.
Cotton No change to-day in prices, but
the market was a shade firmer than on the
day previous. Wo quote :
Inferior 12 H
" Ordinary 15 16
Good ordinary 17 (18
Low middling 19
Below we give a summary of the trans
actions of the day :
Sales w 35 ,
NASHVILLE COTTOS STATEMENT.
8tock on hand Sept 1, 1869 None.
Received to-day 6
Received previously 38622 3S6.0
Bhlpped previously....; r..
,. U '.
Stock on hand.
The following aro the cotton quotations
received at the National Savings Company,
comer Union .and College stroets, where
cotton, gold, bond and stock quotations
are received hourly, and aro always acces
sible to the public : .
New Yoek, 10:25 Cotton market quiet
but firm. .
Liverpool, 11 Market quiet Sales 10,000
bales, uplands, lld; Orleans, lld.
Naw Yoek, 12 Market quiet but firm.
Ordinary, 19c; good ordinaryi 20c; low
middling, 21jc; uplands, 22jc; good middling,-
24 jc; Mobile, 23c; Orleans, 23c
New Yoek, 3 Market quiet but firm.
Sales 590 bales for export; 350 bales for spin
ning? 240 bales for speculation.
New Yoek, 4 Market quiet but. firm.
Sales 800 bales; sales on tune, March, 21$c;
May, 214c; June 2l4o.
Market quiet and without change, as fol
lows : ,
Buns Meats Clear sides. 14o; clear
rib sides, 144c; shoulders, 10c.
Bacon Clear sides lolcr clear rib, nono
shoulders 11 jc; country hams 15j15jc,
as to quality-', .
Choice .Hams Harti & Hensloy s sugar
cured O. C.0., canvased, 19c; plain O. C.
C, canvased, 18c.
liAim Choice m aorcaltrtc; kegs, 174c:
cans 17cr 10. (Pound caddies. 18c. 3 and 5
poandt 'baddies, 18 Jc.: v .: " . ' -i v
oases a'osk Z7.oo27.50 BarrcL" i
Deied Best Sugar cured 18lSjc-- -Beep
Tosauis doz 6.00.
THE . COTTON 2IAKJKETS.
Montgomery ,.Ala., 3CrcK24.,
Montgomery -cotton market dull -and
lower; low rmddlings nominal, -13 to..,19jc.
Atlanta, Ga., Marck 21.. -Cotton
Tho market closed active at 20jc
ior miuuiings: ie lor low rmddlings; l'Jjo
ior goou oramary; iojo lor ordinary.
Augusta, Ga,, March 21.
Ve have, had a very dull market to-day,
opening at 20o for middling, ruling "dull
during tho day and 'closing at tho "same!
figures. .Sales 251 bales; receipts 205 bales.
Columbus, Ga., Marcn21.
Our market was extremely dull. Mid
dlings 20. Tho heavy receipts at the ports
are causing prices to go downward.' Sales
193 bales; receipts 193 bales; shipments 9
Sclma, Ala., march 21.
Cotton was in fair demand to-day, with
1J1, rnnn Cl Zi nnl.l
iigui uiioiiugo. uaiua tveru mauu at
; BIacon,Ga., JlarcUl.
Cotton Boceints to-dav 231 bales: sales
f 103 bales,- shipped 98 bales. The market
was quiet and dull all day and prices de
clined fully a ia. It closed this evening
dull and weak at2020c tho best calling
tor tno latter ngures.
Norfollc, ITlarcn 21.
, Cotton 'receipts 29G bales; 6xport3 joast--wiso
120C bales; sales 50 bales; stock G17C
bales; market dull and lower; middlings 20c.'
Savannah, Ca., JTlarch 21.
Cotton quiet: middlings 21c. Beceints
814 bales; exports, coastwise 21 bales: to
tho.conbnent 1813 bales; sales 100 bales;
stocs VJ.Miti bales.
Cliorlcbton, S. C, March 21.
Cotton dull; middlings 21c. Beceints
190 bales; exports coastwise 134 bales sales
150 bales; stock 19,246 bales.
Galveston, ITIarcli 21.
Cotton receipts 1269 bales: stock 3C.83G
j bales; market inactive and drooping; good
Mobile, march 21.
Cotton dull; middlings 21ic. Bcceipta
155 bales; exports to the continent 3014
bales; to New Orleans 46 bales; to Boston
440 bales sales 200 bales; stock 64,629
MAKICETS ItY TEkEGKAFII.
Loxdon, March 20 Evo. Consols- for
money 1WJ; on account iwj. American
securities quiet; 5-20's, '65, 8DJ; '62, 90f ;
07, 89J; io-40's, 80S.
Liverpool. March 26. Cotton quiet;
middling uplands Hid; Orleans lljd.
Sales 10,000 bales.
Latee. Cotton closed dull; uplands 11
lld; Orleans llll4d. Sales 10,000
bales, including 1,000 for speculation.
Pfcw ITorlc Money- Market. "
New Yoek, March 20. Money market
closed vory easy at 43 per cent
on call, with exceptions at 3. 'Ster
ling quiet at ip8i108. Gold , dull
and lower; opened at . 111? and
closed at 1113111J. Carrying -rates. per
cont to flat Clearances $55,000,000. '..Ex
ports for tho week SH8,001. Governments
dull and lower, btate bonds dmi; old
Tennessee's 58; new C0J.
FAVOEABLE BANE STATEMENT. -
"Tho changes in the Bank Statement are
small, and favorable to continued ease in
money: ' ' . 1
Loans. . ...... $270,807,703. .Increase. . . , $801,086
Specie... ... 33,271,232.... Increase.... 256,505
Circulation... 33,671,391.. ..Decrease.... 25,169
Deposit. 208,910,713....Incr6aso,- ' " 03,830
Legal tenders 62,083,063. ...Decrease. 89,357
iVcw York General Markets.
New Yoek, March 20. Cotton quiet;
sales 1,600 bate uplands at 23c. Coffeo
quiet Sugar dull, Cuba 9c Molasses
ZVciv Orleans Markets.
New Peleaxs, March 20. Cotton a
shade easier; middling 21j22c.- Gold
111?.- Sterling-112. Sight drafts on-JTew
York iJc. Coffee firm,, fair 16cj prime
St. liOuls Markets.
St. Louis, March 26. Flour very quiet
at 3.75. Wheat, No. 2 red fall, 1.12J. Com,
mixed, 7578c Oats5052c Barley and
rye, nothing doing. Whisky 93c. Groce
ries quiet and unchanged. Pork- 27.X1
27.25. Bulk meats shoulders i)c; 'sides
14414c Bacon .shoulders, 10c; sides
Cincinnati Markets. ,
Cincinnati, March 26. Flour family 3.
005.25. Wheat 1.081.10." Com 76
78c. Oats 5055c ' Bye 85SSc. Barley
steady and unchanged. Cotton steady;
middling 21c. Tobacco receipts light
Bulk meats 9l1314c. Bacon 10j
1515jc. JIams 16i18c .Butter. 1
37c Eggs 1718c. Sugar 10lSc -Coffee
1722c . .
' iiouisville Market.
LotrisvrxiE, March, 26. SalesJ127chhds.
tobacco; 4.505.50 for trash; 6.007.50
for lugs; 8.0020.00 for low to good; mar
ket active and strong. Cotton firm; mid
dling 20c. Flour, grain and groceries
unchanged. Mess pork 27.50. Bacon 11 J
15j16c. Bulk meats lUiujioc.
prime, 15c, Hams, sugar cured, '
Memphis Markets. ?
Memphis, March 26. Cotton quiet, held
at 22c; receipts .6,844 bales; exports 461.
Flour weak at 4.50. ,
RIYER AID WEATHER.
None. " 1 -
Mallie Bagon, Evansvillo.
Armada, Paducah, 10 A. m.
Tyrono, Cairo, 4 p. m.
Tho river at this point yesterday, was on
a stand, with 7 J feet on Harpeth bnoala
Weather rainy and disagreeable.
There were no- arrivals yesterday. -
Tho Mallie Bagon departed for Evans-
Tho Armada is tho regular packet for
Paducah on Monday at 10 o clock A. m.
Capt B. Y. Northern is in command, with
uapt Ben t . ligan m chargo of tno olnce.
Tho Tyrone,- in command of Capt Tom
Harmon, is-tho rogular packet for Cairo on
Monday at 4 p. m. Capt. Wash Weaver
presides at tho desk.
The Emma Floycd passed Louisville
on Friday for this-port
TO CGTrOH PLANTERS.
DICESOTS COTTON SEED.
TTTE WISH TO NOTIFY rftlE COTTON PLAN.
T t ters of Tennessee and North Alabama, that
we ar agents for DICKSON'S CEI.E
IIRATED COTTON .SEED, and wlQ be
aDie to supply planters to a united extent Theso
seed are raised by Mr. Dickson and shipped by
him direct to us.
We have in store a few bags of tho CA 1,1 1 rt VTi
COTTON SEED, the staple of which is said to
do very nne.
Tha Cotton from these seeds sells for three to
five cents hlghei than cotton raised from the or
We are also agents for RUTH'S CIIAI.-
i,j:n;e soeijiiee ihospjiate,
the moat active and durable Fertilizer, for cither
Cotton or Corn, ever offered to the Farmer.
J. M. CAUSEY, SON A: CO.
maris dtfiw2t '
. J. W. KIMBRO.
a TTBNDS TO ALL FONERALS IN THE'
CH7 or country with ti rat-class hearaenr
keeps on hi a the finest Metalllo Cases, of dif
ferint stylf-;: also has exclusive right to the
Shnlcr datvanizcd Cue, which is indestructible
and comrti. 1 to bo the finest in the United States
Can he found at all boars at room. No. 43
North Cherry, near .Union. ' sep26eodtf
County Court at Nashville.
Elizabeth Tynts, Administratrix, vs. Thomas Cofcr,
AT THE OFFICE OF JHE CLERK OF TUB
County Court at Nashville, on the 17th day of
March, 1870, on motion of complainant, by,
counsel, in tho above cause, and it appearing to .the
satisfaction of tho Clerk that the said defendants,
Thomas Cofer and Martha Cofer are non-residents'
of the State of Tennessee, and therefore the
ordinary process of this. Court cannot be served
upon them:! It is thcreforo ordered-by the Clerk
that publfcation-be mada for four .weeks in sncccs
slon. in -the- Nashville Union akt AkEBicatf, a
newspaper published in the city of Nashvillo, re
quiring the said defendants to appear .at the next
term, of the County Court, to be holdenfor tho
county of Davidson, at the Courthouse thereof, 14
the city of Nashville, on tho-first Monday In. May
next, and answer said bill, or tha same will be
taken for confessed as to them and set for hearing
cx parte. P. L. NICnOL, Clerk,
GARDES, BtCMII & CO.,
WHILES AJiE -
. : . wt ,....-
- NO. 2 IXN BLOCK,"
T TTT T T '. T C5 rf-V TTT . A T T7
KEEP FULL STOCKS!
AND MAKE, THE
TTTE INVITE THE TRADE TO EXAMINE OUR
I v stocs or Foreign and ,Iometla-,!ood3 Just
Our line of Dress. and other Imported Goods Aro
znncn below the cost ol importation.
If yon win only examine our Goods jou will fled'
ttfjica aja mces satuiactory.
Wool Wauled at
Mr. Jacob I. Thomas'was admitted as Partner tn
our business Jan1, 1870LV- - ' xaaMMmsp
O 9 ff A DAT MADE AT HOME ! 0 entirely new
Owl) articles for Aeenta. Samples sent free.
Address IL B. SHAW Alfred, Me. marl-dawSm
Usxo Up Essays Ton Yocao Met. The ener
vatedand used up, who have lost thair youthful
energy, ambition and bodily vigor, la .the pursuit
of social pleasure with words of cheer, and sani
tary aid for the seemingly hopeless. Sent free, in
sealed envelopes. Address, IIowabd Associatos
Box P, Philadelphia, l"a. janau amaaw
CHERRT PECTORAL TROCHES, superior to a
others for Colds, Coughs, Sore Throat, Brcnchltls
None so nleasant. None curs so ciulck.'?
Manufactured by RU3HTON & CO, , Astor House
No more of those horrible tasted, nauseatin
Brown Cubeb things. feb3-isw2m
Batcliclor's Hair Dye.
This splendid Hair Dye is the best in tho world.
Harmless, reliable. Instantaneous, does not contain
lead, nor anv vitalle poison to produce paralysis or
death. Avoid the vaunted and delusive prepara
tions boasting virtues uey ao not possess. u.ne
irennico W. A- Batchelor's Hair Dre has had thirty
years' untarnished reputation to uphold its integri
ty as tno oniy penect lour iyj oiacx. or onwu
Sold by all Druggists. Applied at No. IS Bond
street, N. Y. Jan30 tmayzj
, Come, Gentle Spring, Ethereal Mild
Old winter with his hoary locks,
Ia lingering with us yet awhile,
And at the door with gentle knocks,
Spring waits, to enter with a smile ;
She then our hearts will oft beguile,
As strolling o'er the dewy mead,
Or looking at tho newest style f t
Of Hats, by Fashion now decreed.
Come, gentle spring, and gild our way
With radiant sunbeams,' fragrant flowers,
And let the brightness of each ray
Shine on this latest style of ours ; .
Let shoe-dies buzz in summer showers.
And" dry their wings as beat they can,
As Paddy says, "We, by the powers.
Intend to plaza yez, ivery man.'
SPRING STYLES SILK HATS just recerrtd.
WAIN & WAXKEIt,
febl0-tf-4thp No. 34 Public Square.
FIRE, MARINE AND INLAND TRANSPORTA
tion Risks taken at equitable rates.
Second National Bank Building,- College street
ty Losses fairly adjus and promptly paid.
1L.S. FRENCH..... - ..t. v ice iTMiaeni.
For .Cairo1, St. I.onl-s, Mcinpnis and
Jioiv Orleans. -
Steamer T V It OJfE, Tcm
ILuniAX, Master, Wash Weaveb,
Clerk, will leave as abover on MONDAY? the 28th
last., at 4 o'clock r.M.
Nos. 41 & 42 Front street
. HARRISON JtSON.Agts,
mar2S-2t No. 4S Front street,
' FOR l'ADOCAH AND C.VIItO.
fTMIE SEMI-WEEKLY 8IDE-
X WHEEL Passenger steamer
Armada, r. i. Non-rnnis.
Stastar. Bes. F. Eoi!. Clerk, will
Icavo as above erf MONDAY, the 2Sth inst., at 10
p'clock a. M.
For freight or passage apply ou board, or to
W. A. PKEBLES. Agent,
mar2fi 2t No. 16 Broad street.
For Evansvillo, Eonlsvilio and In
cinnatL THE FINE PASSENGER STEAM-, "P-7T
cr EMMA 1 1.OVW, J. it-VjMrVf
CnisowETH, Master, K. W. Wise, ""' ""' "
Clerk, will leave as above on TUESDAY, the
29th, inst, at o'clock . M. ,
For freight or passage, apply on board or to
W. A. PEEBLES, Agent,
No. IS Broad street.
Nos. 41 b 42 Front street,
mar26-St . " Nov 43 Front street
For Ilartsrillc, CcIIna and Uarks-
TnE FINE PASSENGER STEAMER
NEWS1IOY, Arch. OvznTOW,
Master, will leave as above on MON
DAY, the 28th inst, at 4 o'clock P. u.
W. A. PEEBLES, Agent
mar22t No. IS Broad street
From Nashville to Evansvlliu and
nil Intermediate I'orts- on (ho
Cumberland and Ohio Rivers.
THE STAUNCH PASSENGER AND
FrslirM Slwm.r AMMI.I. will
Ely as above durins the season, makinz
weekly trips, leaving Nashville every TUESDAY
EVENING, at 4 o'clock.
The traveling public and shippers are assured of
prompt time, safety and comfort.
For freijbt or passage apply o nboard.
Jan(-U T. a. RYMAN, Master.
Naslnillc & Cairo Packet Co.
Tyrone. John Lumsden and Talisman
ONE OF THESE FINE STEAMERS WILL
leave Nashville every MONDAY, WEDNES
DAY and FRIDAY, at 4 o'clock p. tc, taking first
and second-class passengers at
to st. Louis. Chicago, and all points on the Mis
souri river; also to Memphis, Napoleon, Ticks-'
taw. Red river ana iew urieans. ana suminc
thmnph mils of Lading to an the above colnta.
Freights taken to aU available paints .on the Ar
kansas ana wnite rivers.
Including state-rooms, without meals:
Tout, jurau. .. J10
Cairo.... .j..... : .-.....-
Memphis. ....... lo
New Orleans...... 18
Sccoud-Class TiultctMo the following
TO B- IOXU3. J e
Cairo.. ...... 4
Memphis...... ; s
New Orleans.. ..t....;..T.'.:.; 10
The TYRONE. IUjuHASi Master, leaves on Mon
days, i - -
The JOHN LUMSDEN, Dans, Master, leaves on
The TAII3SIAN. SlBoao. . Mattes. learM on
Fridays.? : .
jror ireigm or pussg? apply on uoara orw -.
i v r t. .L - WM. BOYD, Agent
. ! Ncs. 41 and 42 Front street
..HARRISON It SON,
" CHARLES ARTHUR.
:-3Pp-3E, PECK, r
I jTJNITED STATES CraCTIX COURT
CeXKlSSIXK. 0F BKBS,
Por the several State.
No. 39 Unioa Street, at the Baa of Kasferih
janusm sp naaav ajuji.
he largest and best assorted stock ever brought t
this market, consisting-, in part, of
Tea Sets,i .. . -
. - . , Caatoa, ot
COR. COEEEGE AND UNION S
WHEELER A TCILSOJ'S
1ST IE W '
SEW1HG MiC HES.
HALF A MILLI0X
NOW I If D S E.
FOR USE02TSEWING MACHINES, I RECOM
MEND JOHN C I.Alt IC. JR., & CO'S
Best Six-Cord Spool Cotton, Thomas RajseQ, sole
' N. B. Old stjle Wheeler & Witwn Maiuies re
adjusted, improved and acanasrrxznw
1 N. C. TUAYER,
maris tmalC Southern Agent, 103 Church st
P. P. PECK.
F. P. CAHTLL.
Home Insurance Co.
OF JTEW HAVEN.
Casli Capital $1,000,000
Cash Assets 1,78G,3G5
Total Inabilities......'. 160,134
Showing the condition of the Company
Ou tlic 3 1st ol December, 18CO
D. R. SATTERLEE, President
W. S. GOODELL, Secretary.
P. P. PECK & CO., Agents,
Ne. 39 Union Street,
marl-till apr3-4thp Nashville, Tenn.
Stine & Birmgliam
WHOLESALE DEALERS Et
STAPLE AND FANCY
1'OREIOX AND DOMESTIC
WIRES & LTQ UOK8,
English anil American
PICKLES, SAUCES & CATSUPS,
Ales nnd I?oi-tor-s.
IMP0ETED and DOMESTIC CIGASS,
Wvod atui lyilloio Ware
No. 32 PUBLIC SQUARE,
(Corner ot Cedar Street)
BUS INE SS
THREE HUNDRED STOVES
Stove and Tinware Hose,
No. 10 NORTH COEEEGE STREET.
Complste Stock of
Tinware, Castings and House Fttr-
Ij O W PRICES.
PUlLUrs, HWTTORFF Sc. CO.
In Chancery at Nashville.
BTATE OF TENNESSE.
Office CirrS and Master, Chancery Court I
aasnvme, uepiemner tne autn, loKl.
Hetty MeEwen, Executrix, etc., Complainant, v.
ltooen u. aiccwen ana oincrs, ueienaants.
IT APPEARINO 7ROM AFFIDAVIT FILED IN
thii cause, that defendants, John T. Jones, Sarah
C. Jonay, John S. Coleman, Hetty J. Coleman and
James A. Lyon, aro non-resident of the State of
It is therefore ordered that they enter their ap
pearance herein before or within the first three daya
of the next term of said Court, to be held on tha
first Monday in April next, 0870.) and plead, aawf
swer or demur to complainant's bill, or the same
will be taken for confessed as to them and Bet for
hearing ex parte, and that a copy of this order be
published for four consecubre weeks in the Nash
ville Union and American.
A copy Attest: M. B. HOWELL,
Clerk and Master.
R-McP. Siaxn, Eolidtor for Complainant.
BILL FOB DIVORCE.
Circuit Court, May Rulcu. 1370.
Mary Barkley vs. Thomas J. Barkley.
IN THIS CAUSE IT APPEARING TO TUB OAT
isf action of the Clerkrom the aUetstiohs tn bill
that the defendant Is a non-resident of the State of
Tennessee, so that the ordinary process of the law
cannot be served on him, it la therefore ordered
that publication be made for four successive weeks
in the Union axd Axzsicas. a newspaper pub
lished in the city of Nashvillo, Tennessee, requir
ing the defendant to appear at the Courthouse In
the dry of Nashville, on the 3d Monday in May
next, then and there to plead, answer or drsanr to
complainant's bill, or the same will be taken for
confessed and set for hearing ex-narte.
xurSOlawIt DAVID IT LOVE, Clerk.
A NO. 1 SET OF TIMNEES' TOOLS, EM
XV. bracing everything bekraglp to a full set, equal
to anj In llie city circular and square sheafs In
cluded. Will sell either half or tha whole of them
enough to set up two ordinary shops. bargain
can bo had by calling on or addressing
)Uir2M3tirirti Lewiiburj, Tecs.