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WEDSESDAY ITIOIENING, MAY 8. 1S KAILWAY MATTEltS Departure ot Pauscngcr Trains" Kuimui axd CnxTiiKooai. """""'"'Ti",". M., 3 P- M. s-deivvrux axd Nltimux-- Edqd-ixld axd Kmtcn. NASnVUU AXD DECATtTU . 43 PaM. Arrival of the Parser Trains,. HAStinUJt AXD CnATTAJTOOCA.. Thkesue AXD Alas aka - "Z 10 A. II. St30A."M-. 0 P.M. Locunux axo D Nimvuix 1:15 A. M-. 1:15 P. M. DxCATrx " : 10: 15 A. II. N ACIIVIIXK AKS Bdgjtield axo Krjrrccxx if FrelRlit Trains. Tlnnnrturt) 53ft AM. 20 A M. ......... ilj I'M. ttnserse h. Alsbama. Louisville A Nasbfl - Edgefield Is. Kentccxy- Arrlrat ot lcl.Ut Train. Iquim t A"'.': Louisville N"1.1-' ' Bigeaeld ie Kentucky ..... . t.HlPM - JttS'P M 1(1:15 A M i j RALLY! E ALLY ! FREEMEN OF TENNES 'Once More to tlio Breach!" This Evening at 71 o'clock OX THE Let every freema.., with a Southern heart and a patriotic pride, lay down all past differences and ceme as one man to rejoice that Tennessee has ntruck for " INDEPENDENCE'.' livery man, woman and child, -who prefers to be free rather than submit to Lincoln's usurpation and the fanatics of the North ! All who dare to be free from party prejudice! All who would rather die freemen, than live subjugated ! All who can think, feel and act for their rights and liberties, are ex pected to bo present en masse and rejoice together. Tho Military Kegiments and Companies! The Brass and Silver Bands, and all citizens of here and elsewhere will participate. All the Church Bells are requested to be rung at 7J o'clock as the signal for rendezvousing on the Square. Order of exercises will be under proper officers. Bistinguished speakers will address tho crowds COME ONE 3! COME ALL!! Col. Bate's Reoimext. In our issue of yestcrdsy, we mentioned the formation of the Second regiment of Tennessee volunteers, destined for service m the old Dominion, under the command of the gallant officer, whose name heads this article. Yesterday, at tho encampment, the companies composing the regiment, ballottcd for their respective positions, which resulted as follows: Company A. Cspt. Stephen- K. White of Rutherford; Company B, Capt. John G. Anderso, of Maury; C, Capt. Uam--CllK;Er' of DTiJ9a; E. CaP" Wm- Hale. of Sumner; F, Capt. C. VT. lln.vr, of Shelby which is the color company of the regiment; G, Capt. Tuos II. Whits, of Rutesrford; II, Capt. Joux LI. Eir.ru mxn, of Davidson; I, Capt. Jas. Denwistox, of Be -ford; J, Capt. L. Ciulto.v, of Sumner; and K, Capt. IIcuuuERY Bate, of Sumner. After the announcement of the balloting for posi tions. Col. Bate, M. W. Clcskt, and Lieut. Collixs. of the Carolina Grays, delivered fome of tho most stirring, appropriate and baautiful remirks we have ever listened to. The gallant Bate was pecu liarly happy in the diction and spirit of his address, and the chivalrous Clcsst and Coi.unk were equal ly felicitous in their impromptu efforts. Citt Affairs. At the regular meeting of the Board of Aldermn yesterday afternoon, the Mayor submitted his report of checks issued during the month of April, amounting to S3,5C2.7. The Mayor nominated Mr. Rhea to represent the city in the meeting of the Stockholders of the Man chester and Alabama Railroad Company at Winches ter on the Dth inst., which was confirmed. The report of the Revenue Collector shows collec tions since last report p mounting to SGG1.14 for cor poration purposes, and S181.C5 for schools. Tho "Water Tax Collector's report shows collections amounting to $730.83. The Recorder reports collec tions during April on account of license privileges and fines amounting to S1.2S3.3S. Mr. Ruf;a, from the Committee on Finance, report ed the r.nnual settlement with tho Revenue Collector and Treasurer. Mr. Rhea, from the Committee on Finance, report ed on sundry accounts amounting to Sli9.U.", and recommended their payment. The report of the Wharf Master shows collec tions during the month of April amounting to $515 77. The report of the Chief Engineer of the Fire Department shows that the expense of the drjKirt ment during the month of April amounts to Si,2G. 13 The only fire during the month involved a lo?s of only S85. This fire was put out without calling out the Department. The report of tho Sexton of the City Cemetery shows there were '.'" interments during tho month of April 2S whites and 3 Macks 7 of this number were from the country. Tho report of tho second Clerk of the Market hhows collections for stall rent during April a- xnouniing to $155. The report of the Keeper of the Work House shows that there were 97 committals during April, and that there were 30 remaining in confinement on the 1st of May. The bill to amend the laws regulating wharfage was passed on its third reading. The bill to establish Front street from Broad to Castleman was passed on its third routing. Mr. Cos offered a resolution pro vidins for a con -vention of the two branches of the City Council Tuesday afternoon, to elect a Revenue Collector and to filllthe vacancy in the Night Police occa sioned by thodeath of Wm. Long. " At a regular meet ing cf Tennessee Lodge, No. 1, American Protestant Association, on Monday evc- nintr Gth inst., it was unanimously 7?nJI. That anv member of this Lodse who may volunteer to fight the enemies of our country ,Uv of his leaving home until his re turn.' be free on the books ot the Lodge from all charees of dues,fcc The A. P. A. i true to the cause of the South, and had the society a firmer footing in our city, would be able to furnish a volunteer company for the defence of our rights. Insurance can be obtained of W. J. Maui:. Insur ance Agent, No. 25 College street in the Ikscrance Coupant of the Valley op Vip.cixia, cash capital $300,000, and SJO.OOi) in Tennessee Bonds deposited as security for losses. Applications also received for Insurance in the Tennessee Marine and In surance COMrANT of Nashville. Ap.2G-tf. The Cincinnati GazHle, which had only honied words for tho border slave States a few weeks ago, is now lustily calling upon the Lincoln Govern ment to blockade the Mississippi and Ohio rivers at Cairo, to prevent Missouri sending provisions to Tennc'sseo and other Southern States. It declares that "thousands of tuns will be sent off to feed trai tors under the shallow construction put upon "contrabrand goods" by some of our wiseacre Governors, and the want of prompt aciion on this point by the Federal Government." Tho Cincinnati (Svelte gives a list of fourteen Tessels that arc ready and will be ready during the next six months to blockade the Southern ports, and then upon the heels of this showing, declares that the blockading force under Capt Stwnuuam will consist of at 1pu fiftv war vessels, accompanied by sufficient t-tPam trurisDOrta for the accommodation of a land force 20.000 strong." The Gazelle under stands the brag game. Cairo to ue Blockaded. We learn from the Clerk of the steamer John Kainc. which arrived " ' -from Louisville yesterday, that it is the intention of the officer commanding at Cairo, to blockade the river there to-day. As tho twenty days allowi d by Lincoln for the rebels'' in this section to flesperse .have elapsed, it is not only possible but probable that the statement is true. Memphis Avalanche May C. From the Savannah X(vi. Farewell toVankee Doodle. Y tntee Doolie, fire 70a veil , "lUcsaolcottin float-yen; . Ome they liked youvery well, , . But now they'll do without you. YasVes Daodle cstd to treat Old Araip'y u s Delihbor; lie didn't grab h'.i b' eid and meat, Sorcntilithlj labor. . But Doodle cow bis ROt jd keen, i'or every dlny ihllllae; Propose e job. howevr mem And Tuakce Doodle' w illinj. Doodle, too, his hid tho luck To peta ne rellslon; A kind ot roly 1 to plask; At everybody' plseea. Doed'e' morbid cmaoieEce straiaj, With Puritanic vUor, To loore the enly Irlen'ly ehalnl Ihit ever toacd a signer- Yet. DotdleknoTj u wHajI, Thtt sa-n ! t came aodfreal iffl, De"d t-e a million leM die, before ho'd help to letd tm. Tankee Doodle eent nsdown A pliant missionary; Jlii name r Captsln J ohnny Bwrn, Xne Priest or Harper's Ferry. f i with pikes be tried to majrnlfy Tbe Rospel creed i'f lieeclcr. But old Virginia lifted high TtUrallitiry Treacher Tet, dory th'anime Is sung, As if llh s'n uotaintei: The bloody wretch by justioe Inns, Uy bigotry is gilntel. Yankee Doolie, cow goo! bye, V.'e roam a thinz to rotten, Proad Independence is the cry, Of sujar, riceanl cotton. Scndat School. The officers, teachers, parents, and children connected with the MeKendrie Sunday School are requested to meet this evening at 8 o'clock, to elect officers for the ensuing year. A full attendance is requested. Daily .Trajror-nieetiiifr. By order of the secssion, a daily prayer-meeting is held in the Lecture room of the 1st Presbyteri an church at C o'clock P. M. Tho special object of this meeting "is to pray for the blessing of God upon our soldiery who are" now embarking upon the tented field. All christians and the community generally are most cordially invited to unite with us in these services. may-8. AuTiLLEr.T. Col. Milton A. IIayses, who is en cased in raising an Artillery corps, has gone to Memphis for a few days. Capt. J. M. Kincheloe I will supsrintend the formation of the corps during, the absence of Col. Haynes. He is at the Commer cial. Barracks will no w be furnished those joining the company, and rations will bo served out aa soon as the company is formed. Important Meltino. We are requested to say that there will be a meeting of the Captain3 of all the different companies of Home Guards in the city and county, at the City Ilall this evening, at two oxlock, P. M. A full attendame is desir ed. Works on Military Tactics. Messrs. Green & Co., No. C Union street, have just received an invoice of works on military tactics. STATE CONVENTION SECOXB SATURDAY IN BIAVI! After consultation with many of our politica friends, in various portions of the State, it has been agreed to hold a State Convention, to nominate acan didate for Governor, on Saturday, the 11th day of May. We hope that our friends in every county will, at once, take steps to be represented in that conven tion by full delegations. State rights and the rights of the South will be Een'oufly endangered by the triumph of our opponents. It behooves all who op pose Black' Republicanism, Federalism and civil war, to buckle on their armour for the contest. Le us be up and doing. MA It II I EC, In this city, Tuesday eite-nocn, the 7th inst.. byRev.Dr. Howell, Dr. JOBS HEXEY CCRUY to MUsMAKY T., eldest daughter cr the late X G Eastman. CITY NOTICES. Harries Crcatu Ale Pure. Lovers of Ale hive pronounced this the most de lightful beverage of the day, and Thysicians con tinue to recommend it for the cure of the worst cases of Dyspepsia. Its virtte lies in its purity. Bamg compounded solely of malt and hops, its curative properties mus at once become apparent ts these acquainted with the virtue ef either ingradiest. Us manufaeturo is conducted vith the most- ecrupulous care, and it 1b undeniably the Bkst Ale m-snufactured either in thin or the old country, ot the present day. It contains no intoxicating liquor cr injurious drug, and it will not ittozicate. During the heat of summer, it is the safest and most healthy bever- ge that can be used, and produces none of the evil fleets caused by ths use of distilled liquor. It is putup in barrels for the use cf dealcss ; and in kegs and bottles, for family use. Price in barrels, ten dollars; in fifteen gallon kegs, five dollars; in bottles, packed in boxes of one, two, three and four doien, two dollars and fifty cents perdczen. Dealers will learn the -wholesale terms by ad dressing the Wholesale Agent. The money must, in r.ll cases, accompany the or der, and funds cn all sslvpnt banks taken at par. Address the solo Wholesale Agent, Louis M. Miller, II Broadway, N ishville, Tcnn. rah29 dly. A Change. We have this day sold to Mr. F. Klein our entire stock of clothing and merchant tailor coods. He will continue the business in all its various branches, and wc ask for him a liberal share of the public patronage heretofore extended to us. He has a very handsome stock of spring goods, and guarantees perfect satisfaction in all articles. Mr. M. F. Seltz can be found at nit umcs in the house of his successor, ready to settle with all who owe. Seltz & Harris. mchS 2m SritiNO Clothinu. Messrs. Thovlv & Rowan, on College street, nearly opposite the Sewanee Hotel, have just received a large and handsome stock of Spring and Summer Clothing, which they nre pre pared to make up for their customers in the most fashionable style, at prices to suit the times, gen tlemen wishing anything in their line would do well to give them a call. raarchS-dlm. For Rent A desirable suit of rooms in tho Union and American Buildings. Apply at this office. dec29-tf Wanted, A Fartncr wanted with from 1,000 to 1,500 dot lars cash, in a Ready Established Business, which pays 1,000 dollars and more a year. A gentleman, and business man, with good city reference, will please address Roheht. P. O. Nov. IS, ISCO-tf. " PANIC STRUCK!" Intending to reduce what is certainly the largest Stock of TOBACCO AXD CJOA11S in the State, I will sell from this time Without Slcciird to I'mlll!' J. W. LANGLKY, J 1 Union street. r. b. Dit. R. Rcssell. Duxtai. Suroeox. Dr. R. hegs leave to invite the attention of thoc interested, to his present mode of inserting artificial teeth, upon vulanite as heing infinitely superior to the old method upon gold plate. Since introducing this plan now over a year ago he has inserted more than one hundred setts, the advantages of which for du rahility. lightness and purity are ahundantly testi fied hv the numerous certificates. Dr. R. ia contin ually receiving in their favor. Cilice No. 11 Cherry street, three doors from the Post Office. Plugging and all other operations cn the mouth performed as usual. marchli-tf SMOKE. S.TSOKE, A3LX SMOKE. " Away Dull Care. Have .siit Kcceivt'd another lot oi those Imported rincipe segars, ALSO, VIRGINIA SMOKING TOBAC CO FOlt THE MEERSCHAUM Pll'-iS, at 44 Union Street, J. V. L ANGLE Y ri b. 11 a v a re a sr. a Ait si JOHN' WHORLKY. a2 South Market St., Nashville, Tenn., 20.000 Imported I III" vaiinWH7 VELirSD rEOlf BAVAXA. I, ntct Sews from Old Virginia! JOHN WHO Jt LEY, 32 Soutli Market Street, sTii-L, AE5CAI. vrnorlcy Itoclt City Chewing Tobacco Made from the PUliE AXD NATURAL LEA! without 1AT AD UL TEH A TIOX. Shoes! Slices! I FiKRAn, Disisukes & Co. arc opening a mot heau tiful lot of Snoes of all kinds, especially for Ladies and OiUJren. Call on them, ladies, they are heautl fill, and they sell tliem very low for the Cash I marchl 1-tf. SI'RXXG CLOTHING. We are receiving our stock of Spring and Summer GoUiing and lUrnishing Goods for men and boys. which wc are selrng at prices to suit the times. Also a fine lot of Cloths, tassimeres and Vestings, made to order. AVakd, Bekmixghim & Co., mar22-2ra No. 20 Puhlic Square, SPECIAL, NOTICES. An. eiperienori Nursa end 7eiaJe Physician, pretests: to " ntion of cotters, her SOOTHING -STRUT, roil CHILDREN TEETHING, which greatly facilitates tho process of lee thin?, by softening the gams, reducing all inflanmstion will allay all psinand spaa taodie action, and is SURE TO REGULATE THE. BOWELS. Depend upon It, taothen, It will, give rest to yourselves, d Relief and HoalUa to yonr Infants. We havennt up an t sold this article for ever ten years, and CAN BAT, IN CONFIDENCE AND TKDMH of it, what we hare never been able to ear of aoy ether medicine NKYER HAS IT FAILED, IN A SINQLK INSTANCE TO EFFECT A CCHE, when timely used. Never did wrtiowan instance cf dissatisfaction by any one who used it. Oaths contrary, all are dtlighted with its operations, and ipea In terms of commenda tion or its magical effects ad medical virtues. We speak in this matter "WU AT WE DO KNOW," after ten years experi ence, and pledge our repvtaitonor tie fulfillment of vhat tie here declare. In almost every instance where the infant is suffering from pain and ezhanaticn,rel!ef will be found In fif teen or twenty minutes after the syrup Is administered. This valuable preparation la the prescripUon of one of tht most experienced and tWlfvl Hursei in Not Bjgland, has been used vith never falllna eucccet In THOUSANDS OF CASES. It not only relieve the child from pain, but Invigorates stomach and bowels, corrects acidity, and gives tone and ener, to the whole system. It will almost instantly relieve Griping In tUc Rowels and Wind Colic, andoveicomeconvulsons, which, if not speedily remedied, end in death. We believe It the btU and turest remedy in tAa world, in all cases ol Dysentery Diarrhaa in Children, whether it arises from teething, or from any other came. We would say to every mother who has a child suffering from any of tho foienolng complaint do not let your jirejuMces, nor tJU prejudice of (IKert, stand between you and your suf fering child.and the reller that will be eitre yes, absolute!)) lure to follow the use of this medicine, if timely used. Full directions for using will accompany each bottle. None genuine unless the fic-simils of COMIS & PUKINS, New York, is en the ontsids trrapper. Sold by Druggists throughout the worM. Principal Office, 13 Cedar Street, N.T.2 PEIOE ONLY 23 CENTS DOTTLE. oct30 d.tw&wlv ins DB. KING'S DISPEKSABY FOR PRIVATE DISEASES. fiyvSt DR. KINO, formerly of Nerf York, Tor the 1 rfl iry fonryeirs of Louisville. Kentucky, and who deToted his attention to the treatment of private dUeases for o'er thirty ycrrs, flatters himself, harlnz attended to a practice fer so many years, and cured so many thousands, he is eiiabted to cu o all diseases of a private nature, co maUer how bal they may b from lniudidoasoedlcaltreatment,orfrcm Leglectoftheirown Dr Klnir's Dispensary is No. 33 Deadrick street, between Cherry and the Square, where he cures all diseases of a private nature- Gohohbka cured without naucious medicine or lrterference from business . . , , 8TKiCTcr.rs of old or recent date, effectually cnredlnafew davs.by an operation which causes no paio. Where a stricture exist, health cannot be eDjoyel. Perhaps no diecjse causes more mischiefandunderminestheconstitntionsvmnch. Srrnrus, with all the diseases of the skin, growing out f n lector bad treatment, can be effectually cured in a few days. SixiK.L WiAUxrss, particular attention having been given to this disease, and all the consequences growin rout olit, brought on in many cases by the destructive habits of inconsiderate Youths and cxcesstTe Indulgence of tbe passions, a neglect of which will undermine Che constitution, rendering the subject un fit Tor business or society, and causing premature old ate. Females who nay be laboring with any difficulty of the Womb may rest assured of immediate relief. Persons residing abroad, by wntingand stating their case, with a fee enclosed directed to Dr A. King, No. 23, Deadrick : street, Nashville, Tenn .will ha teth necessary medicine sent to thtlr aMress, with necessary directions. Strict secrecy oiserved. OEo hours from 9 o'clook In the morning until 9 in the evening. cay23.185D-l&ily RELIABLE INSURANCE. The Iliiriford Fire Insurance Co., CHARTERED At D. 1 8 10! Tlio oldest Insurance Company dolng Busincssiu tlto Sontli. CASH CAPITAL AND ASSST3 1,000,000. THIS Company rests Its claim te patronage on the following facts:- Jj'.lt has been doing a legitimate Insurance business for HALF A CENTUBY. TT7 Ithas acquired an enviable reputation in regard to fair dealing equitable adjustment and prompt payment of losses which acquirement is a guarantee that it will never deviate from Its former eourse,and jeopardise a character so long and deservedly enjoyed. IC It possesses bona fide scans to the amount of a BULLION DOLLARS: JXpIt has TWENTY THOUSAND DOLLAK3 In Tennessee Bute Bonds, deposited with the Comptroller, as an Additional Gnarantco to its pl!c7 holders in this State. JO It contributes to the revenue of the State by the annual payment of tare, on license. Property holders wishing to protect their property by a policy of Intuiance, In a really solid Company, one that will stand np boldl, andpsy every just claim aga nst it, let come what nay, wiU accomplish their objectsny calling at the Agency of this Company, No.25 College street. . . . W. J. MAES, Agent. Josira Nash, State Agent for Tennesree, Kentucky. Missis sippi and Arkansas will attend to the prcmpt adjustment and payment of lasses in his district. Mr9-dA.tw3m CHEROKEE CURE! AnunfaiUiceure or Seminal Weakness, Noc turnal Euimisisioiisi, Impetevcy, lo of Fewer, Pains in the Back, bto'i in the ldler, Obtiructed and Difficult Menstruation, and nil Diseases caused by deviating from. Vis path of Satun, and indulging in Seif-PoUution. By tbe use of this "Cure" all improper discharges are remov ed, the weakened organs of generation are speedily cured, and full vizor restored. Eithpr sex. contemplating marriage, should refiect that a sound mind and body are necsairy to promote connubial happiness. In the "Cherokee Cure" the poor debilitated, worn down and despairingdevotee or sentuai pleasure win oou reira. It is safe and pleasant in taste,batimmcdiateinits action; con taining no Mineral poison, out is prepareu iroa pure r6ciuio extracts, in the form of a delicious syrup. Price $2 ir Bottle, or three bottles forJ5, and and forwardsd by expiess to all parts of the world. cola oy an respeciaoic iru:)fit,tij "t.. TOTTfiR & MEBWIN. Proprietors, St. Louis, Mo. Sold In Nashville by Ertng & Pendleton, Berry It Demoville . W. Ilendershott, and by Druggists everywhere. oct28-dtwtwly Tlio Great Eiiglish Kemcdy. SIR JAMES CLARK'S CELEBRATED FEJIAL V 2'roteclcd Lectori. Patent. uy rtonyi rrepareifromaprcscririlcnej mr j C!arie,Jf.J.,rhy Tfi.!,iT.lnHt.rafdirtne is unfiilinz In the cureof allthot' painful and dangerous diseases to which the female cccstltuti is subject. It moderates all excess and removesall obstructor and a speedy cure mey lie relied on. ;o .laamuu liuuic. it is cecullarlv suited. It Trill, in a short time, ;or monthly period with regularity. Kach bottle, price One Deliar, bears the Government GreatBritala, to prevent counterfeits. CAUTION. r.i Tmm t.iiuU tui h taien bv females d rino rrr.v7 uinKP. MiiXTHSof Preonanev, as thev artsurx bring on Miscarriage, but at any other time they are safe.' in an cases 01 nervous an cyum auo, u. - Back and Limbs, Fatigne on slight exertion, Palpitation of the Uea-t, Hysterics and Whites, these Pills will effect a cure when allothcr means havo failed ; and although a powerful remedy, do not contain iron, calomel, antjaony,cr anjthinghnrtfulto the constitution Full direc ions In the pamphlet aro nd each package, which should be carefully preserved. Bole Agent for the Unltcl states ana vanaas, JOBMOauS.fLateJ.O Bal-jwinfcOoi.) ltochester.N.T. N.B. M.eoand slxrestase stumps enclosed to any anther litd agent, will insure a bottle containing 50 pills, by return m!tiA in N.'-inhT Bern & Dsmoville and G. W Htndar- h:t:,Jt Q. Blown and all rescftiUbledruectjlA i MRS. WINSLOIVt An experienced nurse and female physician, has a Soothln Byrup for children teething, which greatly facilitates the proces of teething, ty softening the gums, reducing all lnaammauon will allay all pain, and la sure to regulate the bowels. Depend upon it, mothers, It will give rest to yourselves, and relief and health to your Infants. Perfectly safe in all cases. See adver tisement in another column oct&J-ly IMiuifIci Hani she tl ! Faces' Xtndo Clear! KOV By one week's use of the Magnolia Balm! A psreectly harm. less but elegant and electnol preparation. Price SO cents per bottle. Bo'.d everywhere W E 1IAGAN it CO.,Proprieiort,Troy,N.Y. febll dtwSai THE CHIEF AMONG TEN TSIOUSUVD. DALLET'S MAGICAL PAIN EXTRACTOh "B"TAS universally supplanted all other Ointments and healing HHS .nuilreitlnns in both the Kaitern and Western nemlspheres, wherever Introduced; and its ntrinsic merit is the true secret of Its success In all cuMneous acjums.wneicer me cause oe accident ox disease. BURNS & 2 SCALDS arelnsUntlyrelieved of theirs, anguish, pain and nflam mation.by a timely applica- V tionofthis marvellous heater nn th fiesh Is renew as If J by a charm, n blasolsh or scarremaining. tiik raiKKD orX tub nursery Children are freiuent euf 'Z ferers from external Injurlet ..i,ti, from Fluid and G Camphen Ixrioeions Vhtf fore every mother should have this healing preparation ..nil. .t hand. TthMli! tore Breast, andd uickly re moves the TETTER or UINO- WORM, so prevalent in the TO TRAVELERS BY O 8A AND LAND. m.. u..nin!.t. th Tra- r Ttltr. and every other lndl lnt tn ltfei throws him within the T1UU1 wf avvi , . . chance of accident from erplo- w sion,fre.ot colliston, should bear in mind that this Magie Extractor is bis best and only friend It is bcth portable j? and cheap, and should ever be his companion, as a friend In need There are thousands of living witnesses to testify H to its marvellous virtue, who owe their eouna iimu. uu mujc , ... ...B The followingare a fw cfj theIafmjo!(iMerorwhlco D ALLEY 8 MAUIUAAll-AAK AAIBAWU. . TIVK ai well s 0UB-K: p Burns, Bruises, Boils, Broken Breast, Bites of Reptiles, Cancer, Cricked Lips, happed Ilands, -bllHalns, firamp, Contracted Oords: XryslreiAi Pores of al kinds littula, Shot wounds, Frost Bites, Scrofula, Fever Sores, Scarry, Felons, 8calds, GlaudabrPiseasei, Scurf, Mercurial Soies, Scald Oead , Falnseenerally, Sprains, Pimples, Braalirox, Piles, Tumors, Toison, Tetter, nh.nTn.iiitn. Ulcers. Chafes, n:.-o..rihavin. Rm)im. Venereal Bores, at Bold at Hie principal Depots, 14 Broadway, New Tort, and !1 ..mi Pb.rtS.. rtroet. New Orleans, bv J. WRIGHT f- CO. General Agent. It can be obtained ef all respectable Druggta!! ... - -1 . .1. VtV,.TTttal Bfnt.. unA P ATI All A. IJHAlCIUiaill. UUUU(UUW1UB Viumi vwn. tprSVGO-d.tff&wIv TpRLder haTe yon n Prof. Wood's advertisement in oar paper. iMa 11; 11 wm interest yon. rnar23-d&wly "Ltt grod digestionwalt on appetite," Is a wiih that noneap- praeute more tnau tnoss mat nave neiiner ise ene em m et. fHaw many expedients are in vogue new a dijs to raise an aBCitta nufaftxi unit Itl snhiliinlM." TjroCl In form, but allktfangerona and hurtful, throw -lie system' Into the other exweme, ana ice "iai Kate" ounaimaniawo; m" not so however.Utt with Wright's Rejuvenating Ktlxlr. which Li a powerful tenlc and restorative, and after reoperatlng the tone or the stomach leaves It in a healthy and Vigorous condition. Bold by aU respectable druggists throngh- euttao United States anauanaoa. J. wmuiit & proprietors, Ke Orleans, Id Bold also byallSrttggisU laKashville. (ill dtwi.wlm )AU.I2tS lUAUICAJU I'AIN EXTRACT011 TVi. wrtlW ,.t Awfrln hi hn rnantmnnslT accorded la faVOT of this sterling alleviator of human suffering In ail parts of me woru, wnerever introancea, 11 lormwiiu ether appliance lor ovs'y rpedes of Wound, Bote, Eruptive or . - . . . . . . . t 1 .unit, r.rn uuianeous aiseraeri it is aiw iseaimiKru ciu ih..." tha Wtea of venomous reptiles, mosquitoes and wasps and has thegreatestsileofanymedidneintheworld. Bold attheprln dpal depots, !14 Broadway, N Y., and Chartress street. New Orleans, by J WEIGHT ex. 00 General Agents. leo by au druggists and merchants, apll dwln. II A. FAMINES XOCK'S VBEMIITGB lias long bten regarded with favor and confidence, by largo body of tt.e regular medical prolesslon in every 8tate in the Union as a preparauen unsurpassea cy any, sen is ouijr u cribtdby themost eminent physicians thronghought the United Stales. During Ihe iocs period of its continued popularity, spurious and counterfeit Imitations have from time to lime made thIr appearance Never haa it been more necessary on the part of the buyer to exercise a Judicious caution in purchasing the genuine article man at wis time. -iLfse lmiianons arc w closein their external resemblanco toll A. yamrsaxoua. 1 Tnirnt...n trt hwplt rlrcnlAtivl tn nnl nnon tbe nnsCSPeCtlDg PUT chaser an article which he neither wished cor intended to buy. It is enough to buy or an accredited agent; but every pmccaetx must use vigilance to avoid being imposed upon, snd murtex amine every bottle to assure himself that he is buying the genu ine I A. rAnxBTOCk a Vermifuge, apll-wlm .Ttiit TTrr nnrtKfa.Onr Attention was tlflj momioir to a friend of our, who, a few months ago, was sickly, feeble and debiilated now pe is beamy, strong ana roousi. inis grew tmuju0 produced by taking JlcLXAH'a CiLUBATxn 8te'sothkkuo Coa dial Shis Is a real lixib or Lirr. We advise tvery reader who may be sickly and debilitated, and all who are well and wish to keep so, to try it Evening Mirror, apll-dbwlm I'llOF. WOOBtS Restorative Cordial AXD BLOOD KEIVOVATOK. Is precisely what its rai e Indicates, fer, while pleasant U the tastejt Is revivifying, exhilarating, andstresgh 'eniDg to the vital powers. It alio'revivlfiea, reinstates v 'and renews thebloadin all Its original purity, and thus W restores and renders the ij stem invulnerable to atticks of diseass. It is the only preparation ever offered to the (world In a popular form so as to bs within tbe reach of f all. So chemically and skillfully combi ;ed so aa to be Ithe most noweiful tonic, and vet so peifectly adapted jj'tj asfo act in perfect accordance with the latcsqf nature, ana nence stain ine iceaxositiemaai, ana tone up the digestive organs, ana allay an nervtus ana other Irritation. It is also perfectly exhillratlng In Its effects, and yet Is never followed by lassitude or deprea sion or spirits. It Is composed entirely 01 vegetaoies aa J thote thoroughly combining powerful tonic and soothing properties, and consequently can never injure. Sucha remedy has long ben felt to be a desideratum in the medical world, both by tbe thoroughly saillcd in medical science, andalso by all who have suflcred from debility, for it needs no medical skill cr knowledge even to see that debility follows all attacks or disease, and lays the uDguardtd system open to the attacks ot many of the most daagerou, to which poor humanity Is con stantlv liable. Such. for eiamile, as ths following: Consumption, Bronchitis, Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Less ol Appetite, Famtr.ess,ervnuB irritaouiiy.seuraigia. GllMght Sweats, Languor, Giddiness, and all that clas of Hu, .Af.rnii.r.riMinnHiwnnminin 'mp.rai m female Weakness and Irregularities. Also, Liver De 1 ra"graents orTorp!dlty,and hirer Complaints, Diseases of the Kidneys, Scalding or Incontinuence of toe Urine,; or any general derangement of the Urinary Organs, rain In the Hack, oiae, ana between iue ououiacrs, pre 1 disposition Slight Colds, Hacking and Continued Cough tj EmaciaUon.DiflIeultyof Breathlng,and Indeed we -nlghtj" enumera.e many mere still, but e have space only to I aa Siy.lt wlllnotonly cure the debility following Chills) f J nn4 TeTer.butnreventall attacks arising frou Mlas V ft mtle Inflnenceaond curethediseasesat once.italready Hei attacked. And as It acts directly and persistently upon HJ the biliary system , arousing the Liver to act ion , premo-Li- in a,..n th pTcretions and secretions of the! wste'm, it will Infallibly prevent any delirious conse-S ouences following upon change of climate anl water;! M . .... 1 .k.nMTiaBa. kitl. .ill. tVn nm, I nence an iravcici.uji.iu ..v.v uu ill should take a table spoonful at least before caUcg 11 rans.it should te in the hands of all persons of seden-, V hary habits, students, minlsterr, lltsrary men. And all ladies notaccuatomea to mucaoui aoor exercise snouia !r.v.n.Rlt. If they will they will find an asreeable pleasant and efficient remedy against those ills which rub them of tae.rteauty; for beauty canno exist with out heilth, and health cicnotexist wh'le the above ir-' regularities continue Thenagain the Cordial, Is a per fect Mother's Relief. Taken a month or two before the final trial she will pass the dreadful period with perfect aRa .nd ufetv. There Is no mistake about, this Cordial isall wecl'imforit Mother!, try it ! Andtoyeuwe ppealtodetectthe illness or decline not only of yourj ri.anf-htiribelors 11 11 wo iatc, uu. atvu yuariaoiaaa husbands,for while the former, from false delicacy,olten Vn.!invn to a nresature era e rather than let their con dition be known in time, thelatter are c ften so mixed up! with the excitemeniei Business wai u u verensiieryou thv ino would travel in't"e same downward patn, until I J . . . r ir.n 1... . .1 . tno lali, tnarresilueiriaiaiiAii aunuc lavuicr u ai a iwajs vigilent,andto jouwecocfilently appeal:forwe M are surey our never falling affection will unerringly point iyou to Prof. Weed's Hestorative Cordial and Biood P.en ovatoras the remedy wh.ch should be always on band fl ' n timeofceed 0. 1. WOOD, Prjprietor.441 Broadway, UJ xev Ycrl, and 114 Jlaraet street, St. a.ouis, jio. Sold by all good Druggists. Trice One rollar per Bottle. Hold ,a Nashvilleby fc BERRY b. DEMOVILLK, BROWN tz EVAS. DEMOVILLE Si CO., and all good Drug;ista In the city. mar2-dwly Glad News for the Unfortunate J THE LOSG SOUGIIT FOB Discovered at Last. CHEROKEE WEMEDY, An nnraillnjr Specific ror all Diseases ol tlic I rinary OrKrini, and a (icncral Alterative and IJIood Purifier. THIS " REMEDY"' CURES WHEN ALL OTHER PREPARATIONS FAIL. It Is entirely unlike every other medicine prescribed for Ytne . ( .... m.naral nr.t.nn AT TUmMCUS real uiscaso, a. . wuuuai I , drags wiBg prepArea irom roo bi uwu aim Tt nature's own remedy for Gonorrhea, (Hap) u.eti, Gravel, Strlctare, ana is especially recoin mended far Fiuoi XI ,m .... . . -tn f a a.;. .nnTalnt It fa InVBlntnil. as a ffenerat aiteraave aau uujuu iui.uci( i ftw -m does col lau 10 care Btruiui, cvUUuij .jrA.u.., b ixelllniTS. mercurial and all eruptive diseases, caring them I .um.nDnMif thin nvr nthpr ITlMI more ipcrun MU r aaa. ia j , ' . . due known. It does this by purifying and cleansing th a a f A sa -11 (a A.iirtiial nrtrltv ft nil VlfTfir . Diooa I uausmc ifc w aiuw iu ui - ,.5.u. r . r at-. I 11 1 .nn.A r A MrT)lrtnTll ffln tP inus removing irem uia jciii aiiAiG r"-w" which have induced disease. . , , ,, , TT , i n m-n fiirt. tit hftTii hafTltM all ID hii gm C43tiui uuajup s uw " ' v medical still, it Is especially recommended in old cases it never fans. &narrccflmuwt.tuiM v,. ""i: . ZT i few doses positively removes all scalding heat, chorda and ' . . . . . . .V ln-a wtt. ... ila.. n it coes no. eweci io uiuu. v. i... ... . ... business. . .. . It requires no assistance from other memciue. v. i . I. . ..II... . L,a -. tn n nrtHntinff rfMlT . With out its ever being suspected as a " remedy" for private du- A Treatise on Venereal Diseases, with nil diioctions for their permanent cure, accompany eacn uoiue. For full directions get a Circular free from any drug stin 1 . la BUt-l ai retail iui 1'' . .. I 1 1. 1 J ' . . n n.A.Ilna. .1 ..Vl. by an respenstme araKK111" uu uc-.ici. m . iwmi. me UnilOU D.aS, 11U ft, .UUlaie MJ o.. n ui . aft . . l'OTTEK & MEUWIWs Sole Proprietor ST. LOUIS MIB50UEI. fr,U In Nishvllle bv O. W. Ilendershott, Birry t Denov Etrlnr & Pendleton, and by all responsible druggists e where. oct23dtw&wly INDICATE PUBLIC OPINION. Usually cautious, there is great confidanre aced in A-RELIABLE NEWSPAPER. FROM TTII NEW OHIiEANS TUBE DELTA, 'There mi te bo no eicuse for thin er tray Hair, now the celebrated 11e!sstrt' Iximitablr Hair Ristorativi can Ve had." rioa tex CliEVEIaAND 1'liAIN DEAEEIt. 'VTipii ni-nnle can nrolect their Hair from thetell-tale marks of age, when they can luxurate in glossy black locks at au ad vanced period of their lives; when white and gray Hair can be turned to a beautiful black cr auhnrn; when Hair can be maie to crow upon bald heads; when all this can bedone.it cannot do any harm to tell what will do It. HEIMSTREKT'S HAIR HE- BTOHATIVK will do it. this ust l.esiorauve is, ueyuua ptr" adventure, the best thing cf the kind ever Invented The tacts In our possession, in regard to this wonderrul preparation, war; rant us in unqualifiedly recommending it." trou TBI ST. I.OEIS HUt'CKtlCAN "Many of onr first citizens In St. Louis are speaking In glow ing terms of this article." no ibi CAIRO CITX GAZETTE. "This Incomparably excellent nresaration for the Restoration of Grey Hair to the original color, to preserve Hair from Sill Ing out, and to cure boldnesss, is on sle et Humphrey St Brown's In this city.. The eidence that this Restorative is ne hamburg Is conclusive. Testimonials to mil eueci may d found In almost every paper In the country." VR0H Tnt SOUTH WESTERN UlTIST. Leave dies alone, and use only some reliable Restorative, like HetastNet's Inimitable." Sold everywhere rrlce sue ana 31 per Eoitie. W. IS. HAGAN U CO., Proprietors. feb21-dtwfcw3a Troy, New Yrk. Dark, Ulosy, nnd Euxurintit Hair I IIOW! By using nelmstreet's Inimitable Restorative. Don't use anything else on your Head. Price 50c and SI per bottle. Sold everywhere. W. E. HAQAII Ai CO., Proprietors, Troy, N. Y. Sea aa ad vertisemeat headed, "YOU EOOIC IN VAIN.' jpctSB-lydtwfcv v-iti riarlr. Grfsrorv & Co: Gents: I nu chased two bottles of your Ambrosial Oil, which has given attire sttisfaction in Oolic, Toothache and Headact e. Oyruston.Tenn. GEORGE STEWART. Messrs. 01ark Qrsgory & Co. Nashville, Tcnn .-Gentlemen: It gives me pleasure to tell you that your Ambrosial Oil has givea me great reller, and I may say, more ease than the use ot any other medicine 1 have used ne bottle and one half of your Ambrosial Oil, and from the ease it has given me in jy Rheumatic suffering, I would not be without the ether bottle and one halt for any price, provided I could not gtt an more. Respectfully. v W. O. PUBSLEY. RlBggold, Ga., 8ept 3d, 1839. apll-d&w2w THE :&aCc51;iS22.Clca, 33123? A r-EIlFECT AND COMPLETE REMEDY FOR FinrpEEs, hl.otcit.es, rKECK.EES,ET;PTIO?iS. SUNBURN OB TAN. mHIS Elegant Preparation renders the Skin soft and fresh, freshing it applied to the face after exposure to the sun, and will rive Immediate relief to the Sting of Insects. Nothing . ru,. It,. I.. .nmnn.Illnn Tl.n rnnfnt. nf haft! POISBDOUB CJ1M71. lw . v..-jij.v...w-. -- - . " might be (aken without harm. Jts applicaiion every night for a v:ete,wtuoure toe tcorsi case oj rimpw. Sold every everywhere Price Fifty Cents a Bottle. W.B.HAaAN,Proprletor, feM-dtv7kir3ai Troyt NerrYork. ( from Yiwl'lA1pRffiES) COMBIERCIATi. ITIonctary ami Commercial.-. Tuesday Evexino, May' 7, 1861. The telegraph reports sales of Tennessae.Bonds at the second board, yesterday in New York at 47c. We heard of the sale of C bales Cotton to-dayat 58jcly - ; Messrs. Fisiier, Wueless &. Co. sold 1C hlids To bacco to-day at tlio following prices : C.43, "6.10 C.03, 6 00, 5.70. 3.C0, 5.00, 1.00, 3.00, 3 30, 3D5 3.05, 2.85. 2.35, and 2.35. markets ty Tclccraplt. New Yo'ie, May ".The steamsr North America from ton donbary tho SSth has arrived. Cotton sales of the week 80,000 bales, cf which' speculators took 12X09 bales and exporters 13,000 batej Market active and "partially, advanced f on good quali ties which are scarce. Sales Friday 20,000 bales. The steamer' news from the United States erasing" an upward and exeltcd market, owieg to hostilities at Chirletton advanced lf. Hold ers demanding an advance of 1. Orleans alrB'X. MiHliog McV.le Fair S. Mlddlin 7 7-10. Upln'dfau-77f Middllng7. American Etocil at Liverpool ,77,000 bales. Hewitt St Co calls the weeks advance 316Jf. Consols 9191Ji. New OEtraas, May 5. Cottoa tttsi to-dsy 700 teles; Mid dling 101J. Sales of' 3 days 13,000 bales. Receipts of 3 diyslinw bales againstS,000 bales during the corresponding tlmo last year. Decrease in total receipts at this port against list ye-r 3llt1 bales. At all Southern pcrU 19,300 bales. Freights me penny. Ciscikmati, May 7 Flour 4":4F0. Oats 23. Whisky 12. Mesa Pork 16 75 17 00. LirdPJ. Ntw York. Hav 7 U jtton sales to dav 5.000 bales Mid dling upland 13-t13;. Flour sales 12.000 bbls 500S10. CirnC567 Mesa Pore 17 7318 at. 8ugar Cuba 4UW' MoIasKa Cuha022. I'or taRlco 30. BANK NO'JTJB AND EXCUANGIi LIST. CoxxtcrrD Dailt v nit MiECHAXTa' Bakx EnATASD & Co XcHntssce, Banks quoted at par are bankable. .......p2r,SoaUiem Sdls .parjCitiiens' '..- .no sale .....par. Commercial Bank..... 2dii The notes of all Bank of Tennessee.-.. Union Bank...--.... Planters' Bank......... Merchants' Bank..... -par I Hack's Bank .ldis City Bank Traders' Bank-. . Bank of Commerce.. ,.....-.par ar .par .......par Farmers' Bank..-. - 5 dls Bank of Mid lleTenn.-....rar " Paris par " Enorvllle..--par Nashville. oar " " the Union Chattanooga... " Memrhis.... .par par Ocoee Bank S dis River Bank, Memphis - ....par ShelbyvilleBank.. . par FAvmicibiir? TiAnk.. no aala cane ot uanartage . .5 dls Banket America.. . dislBankoi westxenn.. par 2dia Northern Bans- EROKIX AXD WOKTELX33. Agricultural Bank, Brownsville. Central Bank of Tennessee, Nashville. Farmers' and Mechanics' Bank, Memphis. Mechanics' Bank, Memphis. Memphis Savings Institution. Exchange Bank, Mnrfreesboro'. Miners' and Manufacturers' Bank, Knoxvllls. Baak of East Tennessee, Knoxvllle. Bank of Trenton. Bank cf Jefferson, Dandridge. Bank of Claiborne, at Tazewell. Bank of Tazewell,. Other States. Qiur.aixl Bank of Ashland lprem AtlantaBank ..- dls Augusta Insurance and Banking Company Sdis Bank of Athens. 5" Bank of Augusta 3' Bank of Commerce. 5 fl.tran-.h- 3 Bank of Lou!3vme...i " Bank of Kentucky, I " Commeidal Bk of Ky.l " Farmers' Bk or Ky..l " Northern Bk of Ky 1 " People's Bank 1 Southern Bk or Ky-.l 44 BaOKXJt AMD CLOSZD. Banc of Columbus. . Bank of Fulton-... Bank cf Middle Ga. Bank of Savannah-.. Bkcf the State of Ua. Central Railroad & Banking Company City Bk of Augusta... Georgia Bilroad tc. Banking Company-.. Marine Bk, Savannah. Merchants' and Phts- tera' Bank.... Mecht' Savings Bk. -. Mechs' Bk.Augusta-.. Planters' Bank, Timber Cutters' Bank Union Bank, Augusta. u 3.. 5 S u Commonwealth Bank. Newport Safety Fund Bk. New. nort. Trust Company, Covington. ALABAUA Bank of Mobile ... Bank of Montgomery. Bink of Selma, Bank of the State, Central Bank of Ala Commercial Bink Eastern Bans, Selma, Northern Bank of Ala -5 dii' 5 1 5 ' t. i Southern iSank of Ala. B20KX.Y A!D CLOJ. t Pl.-f.r. H'lc r.r Ala.. Pliirence Planters' and Mechanics' Uank.l Other Banks.. IIuntsTllle. j bkcxxh aks cloud. State Bank of Alabama. Bank of Albany, Albany. Socrn CaKolika Sank of Brunswick. Bink of Charleston.... dls Eaak of ureensborough. Bank of Camden t Bank of Mllledgevllle. Bank of Chester S Commercial Bank of Co lumbla - ' Bank ef Ceorgetown. 3 Bank of Hamburg 3 Bank of Newbury. 3 Bicofthe State of S.C, 5 Back of S: Carolina- 3 Exchange Bank of Co lumbia . . S Bank of Macon. Cherokee Ins. and Banking Co. Dilton. Commercial B'k of Macon. " , fcxjhangeEank, Griffin. ' Planters' and Mechanics' Bank, Columbus. ' 'Planters' and Mechanics'Bank I Dalton. " IManufacturers' and Meehanics Jarmers'itExch'gBk S " Merch'ts B'k of 8. C. 5 " People's B'k of E.C-. 5 " PIanters'&Mechs'Bk 5 Planters' Bank of Fair field . " Southwestern R. Bk 5 " Rtate Bank, Charles- Bank, Columbus. Southern Bank, Bainbridge. Manufacturers B'k., Macoa. Virsixia: Bank of Commerce, Fred ericksiturg. . . Slit Bank of the Common wealth, Richmon d I" Bank or the Old Domin ion, Alexandria.. " Bank of the Valley of Va, Winchester. 5" Bank of Va., Richmond 5 ' Bank of Wheeling. 5" Bark of Winchester 5" xchange Bk of Virginia, Norfolk 3" Farmers' Bk of Virginia, Richmond. 3" Manufacturers'and Farc ers' Bank, Wheeling 5" Merch't Bk.Lynchburg- 5'4 Merchants' & Mechanics' Back, Wheeling 3J toa - " Union Bank ef a. O. 5 " Locisiaxa : Ail N. Orleans Banks .par Noam Ca&olixa : Back of K. Carolina. -Iis Bank of Cape Fear. .- 3 Bank of Charlotte .- 5 Bank of Fayetteville S Bank of Wadesboro . 3 Missouri : St. Louis Banks .- -lodis Country Banks 10 : Ixdiaxa: BkottheSUteoflndlana-disi Other Banks.... ,.10' Iujxois .... I Northwestern Bank of Va, Y.'heeling. .. Southwestern Bank of Va, Whytheville 5" Other Basks.. All notes of this State should! be countersigned by the State! Officer, being then secured by! deoositef State Stocks. I Ohio: Uartxaxd. State Bank of Ohio 5dis Baltimore Basks.. .jrl5Hs .10 15dis Bankof the Ohio Vally5 " Country Banks Commercial Bank of Cin.5 "'Prxxsvlvakia. Country Banks.. Philadelphia Banks .5di3 Iowa. Pittsburgh Banks . Country Basks . - Niw-Yoei. New York City Banks Country Banks. . New Ekoland. Solvent Banks 192dis Stale Bank.... . MIXXX3SOTA. (All regarded as "wildcats ") Wtscoxrra Solvent Banks ........... Specie. -335 prem Silver a Ezxliausc. Qold, American... par. SIIXIXS. - lprem. - prem. - prem. - prem. - prem prem- New York, sight- - Boston, " . - Philadelphia," - - Baltimore, " New Orleans," Cincinnati, " . . . Land TFairrnms. iOAcres.peracre-.. no sale I 130 Acres, per acre. M) " " no sale I 160 ' . no sale no nale D0ML8S & E.ITCE, Iron Founders anl Manufacturers of COOKING AMD KEATING STOVES HOLLOW-WARE AND CASTINGS, Of ALL KI.YC3. IV'Oi 49 Slurltct Stroct, (Cordox's Block.) aprSJ NOTICE Hunting: and. irishiiif; Forbidden. FROM anl after th'a daU, I1UNTINO and FISHING are positively forbidden on our Isnils As our places are post ,d, we will hereafter enforce the lawagalnst all persons found trespassing upon them. OnARLES E08LIY, WM.R. ELLISTON, JAS. T. XLLI3TON,!. WILLO WILLIAMS. FRANK MrQAVGCK, WM. U 85IITII, AKCnBR cnEATUAM, JOUN II. McdAVOCK, VM. O. DARDING, DA.NL. ORAIIAM. Itichlsnd Turnpike. apll3 dim . Oazettecopy one month and charge this office. F DKJHIAN & W110LS3UIJC DZALRRS IX AMERICAN AND FOREIGN DIIV UOOBS) H AVE received for the Spring and Sumemr Trade of ltd their usual stock of cheap uoous, consisting in pars 01 llritiili, American and Tre itch Clothe, Casslmercs and V'cstinc'i, Ermines. CottonudcK, Hosier? aitd Linen D nsters, Ducks ic, . A verv choice- assortment of Lodies Dress Goods, Barlge, An- claise. Lavellas. Faul lards. Organdies Lawns, Ginghams, fancy and solid Bareges, Trimmings, etc., ic. A superb lot of the best brands of 4-9 Bro. Domestics extra heavy Cotton Yarns; al 1 of which will be sold at prices in keeping with the times for Cash or lankable paper. 1 umiAii aplS-Smdsr near the Suspension Bridge. iMACAUliAY'S EM: LAND. THE fiftn volume in Cloth and Paper, received acd for sale bv ,F. HAGAN & CO-, apilb-tr uoiicK" i.. "bk: s. j: cobb 0ULD respectfully announce to the citizens of Nashville xnd Ticlnity. that he has ooenvd Dental Booma on Cherry street. No. do, opposite Theatre, where he will be pleas ed to receive and wait upon any person wishing a Dental oper ation performed, and as times re bard and war-like, he will promise to make charges vetymcdereto P. S. An7 gentleman who has enlisted In the Southern Army thatwlshes to have his Teeth operated upon before going, caa call atray office and have it done free Gratis for Nothing. juespecuuuy, w apl3W2m B. J COBB. CleiaiiKU ol' .Location. BE INT compelled to go South, oa account of the health my family, I will be located for the winter at the Slav ri.n- f PniniiPTipr. Little & Co.. No. 48 Barene street, Nea Orleans, where I will be pleased to see my friends, and will give prompt attention to ruesaie oi an prupcrijr j Agents, I W Pate and Jas A Scruggss,wlll attend tomydepottn Nashville, and nfgroes that cannot be so1 i,i Nashville, by In structing them, willbe forwarded metoNi- O cans. Hoping, by strict attent on to businessoa the part 01 my - 'f and agents' to merit a esntinuance of the lioeral patron .e ti reiofore ex tendd me, I respectfully solicit the favors ot ill- vlng busi ies3inmy line, either forNashvilleorNewOrli 8. novll-tf WILL. L. Jr. NOTICE. WE have told our entire Stock of Groceries, Liquors ac. to Messrs. Joynt & Treanor, and Uke pleasure in re commending them to our Friends, and the Customers of the late firm of Grisham & HiTaker, as merchants who are in every way worthy ot their confidence and support. HAFFAKER BROTHERS. Nashville, Dec. 17, 18C0. JOT NT & TREANOR, jniOLESALE GROCERS axo niALxRa ix EIUUOKS, J'HODUCE, AND TOBACCO, No. 53, Market Street, NnsliTllic, - -- -- -- -- Tennessee. decBMf JLOU.SVlL.IiE & NASHVILLE R. R. i Notice to Sliippors of Freights Ironi the At lantic Cities to Nashville and I'olnts South. BILLS OF LADING or contiaeU signed by any auUioilxed Agent of tbe Rallrosd named below, will be recogn'ced by the egeutor the L. & N. R. R. at Nashville, and settltmcsts made accordingly. FkoM Eonox Titchbure R&il Road. Bosbsn, Worcester and Western K R., New York Central R It., New York and Erie R E., Pennsylvania Central RR , .Baltimore and Ohio RR. FrosNiwYorx Hudson River RR , New York Central R B..Xew York and Erie R R., Pennsjlvanla uentrai tt., us,i Umore and Chio R R. Frok P iude iitia Pennsylvania Central R B.. Phlladel phia, Wiimlnvt a and Baltimore R R , Baltimore and Ohio RR. Frok Baliikoux Pennsylvania Central R K , Baltimore annuatoitu. Mark packages via, L. te. X, R. K. J. B. ANDERSON, Bnper't, J.y.aoTD, Freight Ag't. f.blB din i -r- ir irniTiatSfMSM nil m is JSMSSirirsailSiiarfaim'-itrV-T'- ill I ' iWlMi IswMlsT BY TELBGR4PH. AH rsgular Ulegrafhlc reports forthi newspapers an made up by the agents of the ittv York Aaodatel Tress. Ho tele graph operator or agent is p-rmltted to make up such repoats. The TelesTjpb. Compmy have no agency whatever la the prep a Hon of dlspathcs for tho press, nor Is it la any manner respea sible for the character or truth of this kind of nes. From UIoHlporaerr. Mostgomkrt, Ala., May C Curry of Alabama, presented avbill fixing tho time for electing Repre sentatives to Congress, also providing for the elec tion of President and Vice President under, the per manent Constitution. Referred to the Judiciary Committee. . . An act was passed removing sjcrecy, recognizing the existence of war with the United States and concerning letters of marque and reprisal, apd priza goods. The preamble recites tho acU of Lin coln and his proclamation, and thereunity for the Confederate States to accept the war thus com menced by him. The actauthorizesthe granting of letters of marque and reprisal, on certain conditions. A proviso an nonnces the doctrine that free ships make free goods, and 30 days will be allowed the Federal ves sels now at the ports of the Confederate States for the purpoae of lawful commerce, to return to their homes. Five per cent, of the prize- money is re served as a fnnd ior the widows and orphans of those killed on private arm:d vessels, and for the support of the wounded. From Slotitrjomcrr- Montgomery, May 7. Congressional proceedings to-day. Brooke of Mississippi, presented the ordinance of Virginia, adopting the provisional constitution, also resolutions appointing commissioners to Con gress, two of whom, Iirockenborough and Staples are present, llrooke moved that they be quali fied and take scats. Rhett moved to go into se cret session, and the Virginia commissioners be in vited to remain. Later Virginia was admitted as a member of tho Confederate States Government to day in secret session. Two of her members were sworn in and participated in the discussions and votes on ques tions. No other business is made public. FroruNew Yorll. New York, May 7. Brigadier-General Cocke says that Gen. Kuggles is quartered at Fredericks burg. Cocke is to take a position in front of Wash ington in connection with the commanding officers at Harper's Ferry, ar.d thus cover and defend the Potomac border against Northern invasion. Cocke denies that the Capital has ever been threatened by the Confederates, but threatens to open the war if the soil 'or grave of Vashingt9n be polluted by tho tread of a single armed Northern man. New York, May 7. Eight companies of sappers and miners have been mustered into service. New York and Philadelphia have been made mili tary depots. The Government has accepted various yachts to be armed for the revenue service. The 20th regiment left to-day, Senator Bayard, of Delawre, arrived at, but left Wilmington, fearing a personal assault. It is reported that a battery has been erected opposite Gen. Butler's station on the Potapsco which can effectually rake him. Gen. Butler i preparing to take it. From St. Lonls. St. Lonis, May 7. The Missouri Senate is in open session. Tbe House is in secret session. Nothing has transpired. The Cairo correspondent of the Repub lican says five batteries have been planted on diff erent points on the Ohio and Mississippi, fully com manding both rivers. Large bodies of infantry sus tain all the batteries. Col. Wickhfle of Kentucky positively assured Col. Prentiss that no hostile prep arations towards Illinois are being made nearCairr. Several hundred troops are encamped at Corinth, Mississippi, near the junction of the Mobile and Ohio and Charleston and Memphis Hail Roads. Camp Jackson at St. Louis contains 1200 men which witt oe further arpmentcd by the arrival of the South West expedition immidiatcly. From Washington. Wa.iirxaTos', May 7. Several officers who failed o get commissions in the Confederate service, have dsked to be restored but were emphatically re fused. Sixty thousand stand of arau are in the Washing ton Navy Yai d. Washington, May 7. The Relay House forces .have been reinforced. There is no fear of a fight at Baltimore. The entire New Jersey troops are here. The "War Department telegraphed the Governor of Massachusetts, that no additional troops were wanted, unless they enlist for three years. Front Philadelphia. PiulaDELThu, May 7. Senator Bayard returned to Wilmington. Four regiment3 here are ordered to march to morrow. Baltimore gentlemen from Frederick and Freder icksburg, say Gov. Letcher will order the evacua tion of Harper's Terry. From New Vorlt. New YoBk, May 7. The I'asl's Washington spe cial says the Government has been tendered a quarter million of men from West of the Alleghe nies. The arrival of specie from the North made money easier. No further difficulty is anticipated from a lack of funds. From St. I.oul. St. Loci?, Slay 6. Gen. Frost's brigade of Mis souri volunteers militia are encamped: Forclcn. New YonK. May C. The French journals publish the Popes protest against crowning Victor Emanuel King of Italy. The bourse was weak, rentes CSf. Front Albany. Ai.iunv. N. Y., May C Jno. A. Dix has accepted the Major Generalship of the New York forces. From "Washington. WiSiiiNirrox. May (5. The Secretary of War has directed the opening a mi'.itay route for two daiiy trains between Washington and Philadelphia via Annapolis. Lieut Nicholson is appointed Adjutant and In spector of the Marine Corps. Vice Taylor, resigned. The Government declined accepting more than one regiment of three months volunteer from Michigan. From New Yorll. New York May C The schooner John from Charleston has arrived at Annopolis. Several sus picions crafts fittir.g out at Baltimore will be over hauled in the bay. Large numbers of transports are collecting. From IJarrlsburg. HaRrisbckr, May C. An investigation of Senator Mason's propertF is proposed in the Pennsylvania Legislature with a view to make invalid any trans fer thereof because of his alleged treason. A mo ticn was made to extend the suspension of Bank Specie payment until January. From Philadelphia. PniLAPEumiA, May C. A special to the New York Post says the steamer R.B. Rainey is to convey a force from Annapolis to retake Smith's Point, and has four guns and 70 men on board. She will re-, place the light ship removed by the rebels. A war 6teamer is now stationed oil rort ilciicn- ry, Baltimore, to assist the garrisson in'case of ex igency. Itiver Jews. Louisville, May 7. The river is rising with 10 feet water in the canal. C LOT II ING, AT WHOLZSALZ AND RETAIL, No. 4.1 South market Street, NASVH3X.LE, ----- TENNESSEE, KEEP constantly on hand a large assortment cf Heady Ulatlc Clotlillic, of thei'own Slamfacture. And a variety of Cent's Furnistlng Goods, tic, which will be told at the lowest market price for rash. N. B Garments made to order in the latest styles, at the short. stnotice. man'UdtJune A FRESH lotcf Silver Sklu Onion Ectti and Pumpkin Seed, justreceived and for sale by mar24-tf DEMOVILLE fcO BACHELOR; By Jno. T. Irving, nephev of Wash lngton Irving. . ( THE ATTORNEY, or the Correspondence of John Quod. By the same aithor. HISTORY OF THE UNITED NETHERLANDS, from the death of William the Silent to the Synod ef Dor t, with a full view of the English-Butch struggle against Spain, and the origin and destructioa of the Spanish Armada. By John Lothmass Motley, LL. D, D L C.and author of th I'Dutch Republic." Just received and (cr sale by Fl HAGAN & CO. marS-tf 41 Oollegs street r sUstaxacucisftvc CAIK & CORNELIUS, FtTNEUAI. llKBERTAKEKS, 49 CnUCH STRSET, Nashville, - - - Tennessee, Marchl7-3m PROCTER & GAMBLE, Jl AYctst .Second Street, CINCINNATI. Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealers in STAK AK3 TALLOW CANDLES, Ololnc, German ana Palm Soap, I.tird Oil, Pearl Starch, Fancy Soap, A-c. . CANDLES SOLD BY ACTUAL WEIGHT. It Is well known that many Star Candles that are really seven to thepoand. aro branded end !d as "sixes " There Is a disadvantage and a loss In this practice to bo th retailers and consumers, even if the Candles are bought at a reduction of two cents per lb- frcm the price ef the regular article. Thus t Aboiof"SIses"tHOHTwtioHT. contains 210 Candles. and Is sold for 40 lbs at say 1H ets if7 A box of Sevens containing tbe same number of Candles, sane size is sold for SUks, actcai. ctxiuht. at 20 ctj a eu Difference in favor of having by wrlght i. Andthisdiffereneebeeoiaesgreateras the price advances, it Is obvious that the retailer can get no more for his M can dies In one case than la the other, consenceatly on every hun. dredboies of "short weight" h sells, te loses tortt sotuai Dar30Xl-d3m "Nashville Bleed Hersc Asseti ties. Ill TBE Spring Mcetinj over the Central Course WII cotasaecce oa MONDAY, MAT 13th, IS61. Hon oat, May 13th, 1S61 Sweepstakes for untried three j ear oils one mile heats S ICO entry; 90 forfeit. Gen WO Harding entgf Meteor, by Child Harold, dam Ger man, by Pacific , also, b J Cardial: by top Scythian, dam Bo setts, by Imp Yorkshire; alo bro Corsair, byChilde Harold, daes Oorsette, by Fpsilon gr d Imp Bustle, by Whalebone. DoctDT McOiTock eat ch e Van Wyck.by Highlander, dan Premium, by Imp Consul; also br e Uverliiting, h7 Highlan der, dam. by Shara. r,.lf?tY' Ur U'h.lSilr-Swetpjtaies for tires years old JJlle heata-3 103 forfeit. aette, bV'pdlcn.,nt Coiair by 011116 Harold, Aaa Cor AlmpLCTuuaaiOtapAn40n'dm0,ra i,ttr 10 rUstt' Xforeftl7gtt" nt b ' Klaa. O'iTer, dam NehrasU, by Tbcbjdav", May 10th. 1S3I --AsoccUtloa-Pnrj$300-twomil Deals. SatcbjaT, My IStt.,lSGl.-AsociatloaVurm 4250-daahof two miles for alt ages. - u Same Day Association Purse $ 100. withaa inside stake for three years oId-S50 ent-SJS forfeit. """" "r Closed 1st of Februarry 1SS1 DrD T MeGavoek eat b f Klna Woods, by HIghUader, dam Mary Elliott, by lop Leviathan. A Turner ent ch e by imp AlMon. dam full sUttr to Fllzht. Gea B F Cheathm ent br e Eretlastlng.by IllzMinderTdaa fcr Shack. Wm Koundtreeentchf Lady Klpjioe, by Imp Albion, dans Su dors, by Imp Pr am. Eagle t WIngate ent bf Kansas, by Oliver, dam Nebraska by lmst Sovereign. apSOd 'WnJOnNSJN.Sce-,, Secession FtAG BADGES AT LUC K'!, 45 Union Street. Sf!7-tf PBEHI IUIU HARNESS. C. I. HOWERTON. No' O ana 10 Pnbllc Square, Nashville. Harness manufacturer. flOACHanl Baggy Harness of every style and quality kept j constantly en harm and manufactured toerder Alio, Buggy Collars, Kip and Hog 8kls Collars, Bridles, Halters, and all other ar Ides made by Harnets Manufacturers all of the best materials and the finest workmanship, all or which will be sold as cheap as can be bought anywnere In .be Halted States. Toll L HOWEBTON'S Harness has beea awarded the High est Premium at tbe Tennessee State Fair, the Kentucky state FairatBting Green, at the Limestone Caunty Fair, Alaba ma; Agricultural Society at Athens. mar3u'6t7dtjaa FINS IRISH POTAAOES. BAGS aad 53 Barrels, just rscelved at low prices by BKNJ F SHIELDS. 150 apUT-tf Scientific Discovery Elect ia Water. 3 T is well known to the profession that Electricity is the great g. motor oj lire. .Every remedy which really cures disease does so because of Its electrical adaptation to tbe wants cf the Invalid. By the use of such remedies and warm Euxrrroc Watsb, la which patients are bathed la eurreata of electricity. Ladies being attended by a Lady. i am cuiingall kinds of old and obstinate complaints which hXre resisted all other means of cure: "Consumptives receive new life." but la such cases, where patients are too weak to visit me, I treat then by thj Mrompton Hospital Inhalations, whlehare breathed into the diseased lucg, right at the seat of the disease. (Seadtva stamps for a pamphlet ) Other patients who cannot come to the-ilSALWo Watjqis," caa, by sending a fee their age sex and full description of symptoms, have medicines sent to them. (Send for a circular.) The Electric Waters extract all mineral substances taken as medicine or otherwise absorbed. The ex perienceof over twenty years in the treatment ot many thous and chronic cases aad Woman's diseases sad weaknesses, may be regarded as a reasonable guarantee of success. JO lloonm and Iloardinsr Furnished to Patients ,TT PHTSICIJNSwho may wish t avail themselves of this val uable discovery in Klectne Baths are invited to call at my oEce at No 148, South Summer street. Iionrslrom.8 AMto3PM. every .day except the Eahsata. Address DB. WOMBAUGH, xaar26l-dMv;ly Nashville, Tenn. MEAL AND HltANSi f ( BAQ3 extra Family (bolted) Meal, O vP 5 barrel. White Brans, very fine. Iteceived this day, and nosToSered low for cash by apl2U-tf C01IB3 & MARTIN.. Cell Grays, Attention. THE members of this Company are requested to a tet at the Court house to night at H o'clock, for the purpose of re crgaalzing, for the defence of the South. By order of the Captain. apS5 tf JAS M niNTN. h . B. SIMS. PKODUCE AXD COMMISSION MERCHANT, No. 14 JIurUet Street, NASITVIIaUB. apl4-tf WAB NOTICE. TTiUOMand after this date, we will not 11 o-dersferany ds s:r!ptIon of Goods, unless accompanied with the Cash, being obliged now to Fay cash for every article we purchase, our frinds and the public generally will at once sea the necessity of this course oa our part. Our stock cf Groceries and Confec tionaries is now full and well assorted, and Cash Dealers will find oar lIous the place to purchase THOMPSON, SPEEBT & CO., apI20-tf Xo, 24 Market street. 7IOTICC FROM and after the first day of May prii: all persons desiring Renewals cf Fire Policies, will be required to pay the pre miamslnCASH,at the time of such renewals. Dy order ot onr Directors. A W CUTLER, Secretary Tenn. Mar. an J Fire insurance Co. JAMES WALKEK, Secretary apl2!-lm Br&a Cemmercial Insurance Co. "Hickory Guards" Attention. Barracl at Ev. Douglas' od stand, on Xortft Jfariet street. rIOMPANY meets every night at 7 o'clock, for drill. AH de i siring to join the Company, apply at the Barracks Com petent drill ofacers will be la sttendaaee every evening to drill ihe members. WILL L FOSTER, sp2-lw Captain- NOTICE. 1 have in store ta-day 3000 pair Blankets, 130 Blankets wrappers, 4000 yards of do ids for uniforms, 'J00 dozen country knit Stockings, 23 000 yards Plaid Linsey. 500 " Whi'e Linsey, 500 heavy Blanket Overocats, 501 " Pants, UK) yards Twilled Blue and Bed Flannel. ap24-lw A J DUNCAN t CO. INSURANCE COMPANY OF THE STATE OF VIRGINIA. RlOBXOXB, . ; riliGISIA. Authorized Capital.. Paid up CipiUl-.... S1T0,000 VQfM KeadlThl ! IMPORTANT TO MERCHANT3. PROPERTY HOLDERS, AND PARTIES'INSUBIXO. The aUAb AS!rrof the Insursrce Company of the Stst of v,rglnla, Invites the attention of citizens of Tennessee to the fact that he is now FSTABL1SIIING AGENCIES to represent this first class and In every way. IlEIiIAHIii: INSUKANCE COMPANY. When Stock Is not "partly held by Southern men." but wholly so. It Is wholly identified with the South, and Is a dt'-fado SOUTHERN INSTITUTION. H co mplled with the Lav requiring A Deposit oC 820,000 n the hands of the Comptrjller as security to Tennessee Policy holde.-s, which Deposit will not be Imperiled by any contingency la vie or the p'tseni Unsettled state of the Country. Etrnuglndueeixentssre offered to IVSUREIN THIS COM PAN Y at as LOW RATES and with as PROMPT SETTLEMENT OF L033E3 as are offered by any Northern Compsaies. . F. SUXIIEKJLAIsD, General Agent. Tolicies issued and leuewed and losses settled at this Agency 11. K. tt P. P. PECK, Agents. Colonnade HaUdlngs, Nashville, Tenn. sp24-tf IIAY, CORN, OATS &C. GEO. jR PATTOIST, Commission Merchant, Feed nnd Produce Dealer, No. 24 Fourth Street, hetiteen Main and the River, LOUISVILLE, KY., T7-EEPS constantly on hand targe supplies of Bay, oo rn, theThortest notice. Personal Jg? fj0, Bacou, Dried Fruits, Eggs, Onions, ApFles, Potatoes, mwu, Lard, Feathers, &c , v.r.ufictured irtleles sollc Orders for Groceries, LtqucrtMaretiir r cuh , ted and filled oa the most favorable terms, a. tlAs vanccs made oa consignments. Notice to the Citizens of the Scventb TT.!r.f.:it wttt if8 the nuaeaofall those who are dlspcfled Tl and lenderlVglheirrvloe, ta the Governor, to bedlsposed ofss he may see proper- f tt9 jeeooj ToU-OaU, I will atteuu vVr".iiie Turnpike. atTuscalum Churcholensvlllernpi apld. NA sMVIIiliCCnAUDS. ,i..!rln- to enlist In this Comp'ny are requested ALLf?2n the foils ng gentlemen at their respective 10 & resrousof tha Company, la third su,.y of offic "aV MAHocss,at 4K and 7,' o'clock P. M. of Pouth end of Mahist uoir Mc(UT0CKt . everyday. ysxix K. CasuTiti3l, Committee. HowCJ. Whib, ) UuDaUAKTsss 2d Dtvuiox Tcmsixx Harm, NashvIUe.Aprll lth, 1601. TO the Commandersof Volunteer Military Companies of th 2d Division of Tennessee Militia, you are hereby ordered to report forthwl-h to the commander of the division the strength o your eompsny. the number and description of arms, with the date of commission, tc This order will apply to all companies now orgaaliing.to report when completed. y cnEATTJljrf Xave YsjHr Maser. Selling ont at cose for thirty dtys, Lite styles of drip'and soft Lata, caps and straw goods, corMr of Cedar and Cherry streets. 1 w. IlaaseKeittjFrec. Nisavnxs; April 22d, 1SS1. Editors Union and American: Please allow me to state that I will furnish house-room to tea families, whose protectors join the companies and go to the wars now raging, reuf free until their return home, or until the dose of &s war- W.S. ViuraaN. ATTBNTTONI Beanregard tight Infantrr Gentlemen who wish to enrol their names" on the list of this company, are requested to call at the roonw of the isonthcrn Right. Committee, corner of Cedar and Cherry street. g. c. Gonsmix. Captain. Wholesale Dry Goods OF 18G1. TRABUE & LUCAS. WEsranow receiving our stock cf Spring and Sumner Fancy and Staple Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots. Shoes, and Drogana. Variety Goods, Hardware. Cutlery, Bats, Carpet lngs,OII Cloths, Matts, &c, etc AH or which have beea bought lexaruslvely) of Importers aad Manufacturers, at panic prices, to which we call special attention of prompt paying sad easts Dealers oaly- Our nousa shall it head quarters for cash deal ers sad those who make Gilt Edged Notes aad pay iheza. That we may be fUi? understood we say positively that we Is tend to sell our Goods for caaa and o men who pay their notes whea due (snly.i In addition to a roularwholesale business vre will advance, cash on every description ef Goods Wares aad Merchandise, fJ5? 0rorii Produce, te, stc.te., to bo sold at aacuoa for cash. No Goods sold on our own accoant at Auc tion, x i,n,,e,eTeT:rTa',3'a,TneJJ' night, exclusively ,taJi,'KAbSftl!l. do Mil at Auction. Trill marif , MBgei we saoaey plump rp. TRABUE tt LUCAS. WUXHEUN POUTAULE 1'tuWfAXIO.I Corn Fead and Flonrlntr 31111, ESTABLISmiENT. BTJKR Millstones of all stses on hand sad made ts ordar.gmttt Mills. Mill Spindles, MUI Gearling, Bolting Cloth ef all numbers. Dutch anchor brand, baiting, hoisting, aad rtguUttas; screws, serene wire, picks and plaster Paris, aad lmposted from the manufacturers, which enables me to sell best articles at low jrioeg. Belag a practical median la, thoroughly onjerrtaadlar the theory and practice of Killing operations. Millers and Mill Wrights will find It to their Interest to examine my stock aad prices before purchasing. AU goods sold by me are warren teUto give satisfaction. All orders aad Communications promptly attendea to, P. M. STAN Cor College and 2road Sts.,NsAhvllle,Ttnn. nhSSd&t-vtlJaa. QAA CSK3 fancy Prints. Sprsnges American Bunnell and OUU Tacony.lco eases Cnisa fancy Prints, received t aya.d for sale for cash only, by JAMKS LOWE tt CO., apSl- tj 33 and SI0 Sixth street Louisville, Ky. aKXfcCU s Oii'S JrOX.CK. ALL persons having claims against the estata of Hardin P Bcstick, deceased, are hereby notified to present them to the undersigned who have qualMed as Executors of his will, aad all perrons Indebted to the estate are requested to make early settlement. J. L Bos tick can be found at his office. No.K Chtrry street, Nashville, Teaa. J L. B0STICK. MAEGARETR.BO ssar30-dlm Executors of Hardin P. Bst!ek i. d. w. axiu. JOT. T.BAOAS. LATEST KEWS!! GREAT EXCITE MEN Till CS-LEsEUXTcfc CO.'S BOOK STORE, Where kind be found, In quantities, all kinds ef SECESSION ENVELOPES AS9 SECESSION WRITING PAPER, having thePIagof the Seuthera Coafederacy printed on them la colors. The Trade supplied by GREEN tt CO., No. 6 Union street. Louisvilb eceived dUly at 9 o'clock A. X., daily. apUT-dfcw NOTICE TO POLICY UOLSEBSt FBOM and after this dite, and until further nstlee, th War Clause will be inserted la all Open Policies Issued by th Tennessee Marine and Fir Insurance Company, and the Nash ville Commercial Insurance Company. A. W.BHTLTK, Secretary Teaa. Mar. acd Fire Insurant Co. J AMIS WALKEK. Secretary Commercial Insurance Coiapaay. srSO-tf NOTICE TO SHIPPERS. SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE, Nisavnxs Crattasoooa B. B. Co. Nashville. AvrU ISth. ISSI. HAVINO caught uowith the accumulated freights at Nash vllle. the extra ehanresoaThroui Freights for Storsgs aad extra Drayagi-, have hsea removed. S. W. COLE. apllC dtf BatyiTtatendsrt. ARRIVAL, OF MAItS AT 1VAS11 VIIiiLE. Ws.hlngton City, Virginia. North Carolina, South Carolina, Ge-rgia, eosthAlatama.and East Tennessts, artiv via Chat tacooga Railroad, atSK o'clock, A Mi Northern and Ea'tern Mails, vis, Nashville and Louisville Railroad, also Western State, twice a day. li S o'clock, P. M., and 4 o'clock, A. M. Way Malls N tt LB. B-daUy. Southern Malls, New Orleans1 Memphis, Arkansas, Texas aad Mississippi. arrive daily at IK o'clock, A M. Way Mails, same route arrive daily at IK o'clock, A H. gmitvlilie, Alexandria and Lebanon, and Way Malls arrive dally, except Sunday, at 12 o'clock, M. 8mlthlaad,HopklssviIle,and a portion of Southern Kn- lUCKy.iyiarKSTiiie jr a... a,j . Shelhyvllle.vIaTriane and way malls, Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 12 o'dock.M. West Tennessee, via. uonunguon. it atcii j aou .uui.m, h. weekly, Sunday, Wednesday and Friday, 11 o'clock, A. M: Liberty, via Burst Hill, Stewart's Ferry, weekly, Thursday, at II o'clock A. M. . . . Csatreville.vla Vernon aad PInewood. South Harper and Tank, semr weekly. Tuesday and Friday. I ! o'clock AM. Clsrksville, via Svcamore Mills, White's Bend, c weekly; Friday, at 1 1 o'clock A M. DEPARTURE OritIAlL,S. From Nashville to Chattanooga. Washington, Bltlmre Philadelphia, New Tcrk, Boston aad New England States d parts at 3 o'clock P M Way Mall forGcrgIt, South Carolina. North Carolina and Southern Virginia, leave oa Chattanooga Ballroad at 3 o'clock P M. Nashville to Louisville, departs at 2 o'clock, P Mi y 3Xslls c , I. Mails for Indiana, Northern Illintls. Virginia, Missouri, Michigan aad Ncrthweetera States, departs at 3 o'clock P Ms Nashville to Decatur, via Fraaklla aad Columbia, and other way offices, 'epartat 8 o'clock A M. Nashville to Lebanon, dally, except Sunday, departs al 4i o'clock A M. Also offices oa the way and beyond Letasoa 4, o'clock A M. Nashville to Clarksville; departs at i)i o'clock A M. Fer Southern Kentucky, departs at 5 AM. NarevHletoShelbyville.viaNolecsvill and Triune, Tues day, Thursday and Saturday, at 7 o'clock A M. Nashville to Huntingdon, via Charlotte. Waverly, trl week ly, Monday, Wednesd'y and Friday, at 2 o'clock P M. Nashville to Liberty, via Stewart's Terry, Haddlcstona's X Roads. Burst Hill, Ac. .weekly, Thursday, at 12 o'clock M. Nashville to Centrevllle, via lank. Vernon, PInewood, etc., Tuesday aad Friday, at 2 o'clock F M. N.shville to Clarksvili. via Sycamor Mills, weekly, Friday, at 1 o'clock P.M. NASHVILLE POST OFFICE. Opens at6; o'clock A.M. Closes at 7,'; ?Jt SCHDAT. At 7 o'clock A. M. I .. J At 10 o'clock A, M. At So'elofkP. M. Cl0" jAt 7 o clock P M. Opens PARTIES raalllng Letters must put them la the Offlcj befor schedule hours to secure their immediate departure, r they will remain In tke Office twenty-fours hours. pH3.tf W. D. McKISH.P. M. RBJIOVAl.. WE hav removed our Produce and Commission Insiaess tothehouseNo.SCsllege street, between Union and Church, formerly occupied by Micol, Green Co , where shaU keep constantly on band a large stsck of all snicirs In the Produce line, which wear prepared to seU at tha very lowestcath prices. R CONNOR i BRO., mar24-tf No. 5 Collet street, betwaen Union tt Charrn. FLAG'! FLAGS!! Ilissif'out Tour Banners! TT AM aow prepared to furnish Flags of "''l?"'' apll9-tf 45 Union streC Peremptory-Sale of Piano, Express Packages, star and Tallow Cart dies, Walls, Fnrnllure, with Small Invoice of Dry Goods, ctri ON TUESDAY MOBNISO, MAT 7IH, AT 10 CCL0O JJENJ F SniELBS dr. CO., WILL sell In their front Auction Rooms, without rssec fir cash, on delivery, the abov articles Sals posttl. nuyS-tf BENJ 1 SHIELD! to O WAR NOTICE. ER0M and after this date we will sell Goods txclusitily tot Cash, all'my clerks hav volunteered for th war and no r course Is left us. ipZI afci J. W. HORTON t CO To the, Bureau oOIilitary Supplies. WE have over ten thousand pounds of lead on hand, which tha Davidson county Military Companies caa hav for bullets,by leaving their mould at oar place, free ef ehars-e spS5 HESPKBSONBB03. Memphis and ArKansas itiver 1. a. Ill A I L. LIKE, COMPOSED of tho foltowtag new aad 'elegaaUyVumish rvAit nrl e Tf Atreho. Capt. A- ! I1AJ"- Ens PcircaAaB. Chester Aaaley, Little Koclt, u Jams McGraxis. . If.lnfiM. r n For farther Information $ATmTEAi.Agtat, Onr Front tt Hsdlson St's. Mtarpll Cr' or Ji P.APAMPwprH rrn 8TOCEHOJ.DMS. .1 ih Board of Director ef ta Ttanease anJ A 5 A,mSSadlro1d Cp..y.ttiieir 0a, la Fraaklla, 1 uTl8St. acail oa the unpaid subscription. slock of th.Coorsy. was ordered tola paid to to the ePltm'rff,n1n Friaklia, as follows, ta wit : .o dollars per share, to be paid oa the fi.tl iIoadr Joly, dollars pes shar. to be paid oa the first Mossday la T'dos r shar., to U paid on the first Hi -daJ tr UT?or'doltIrspr share, to bo paid on the first Mob. G. '"two drflars per share, to UpldthfirstMcdT JaSktew. br,i88i. a. n. ajt-s-ui-xi. HHr "ilssssssssssssssst SBSliSSiSiBVsTs'''?