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-IHmagN, WEDNESDAY, MAY 29, 1861.
t. - ja i vn vmriT Was fcYiTM 8CC ( . v. ,1 w Shave on hand sad PP" W snrtapfravea t ! f i AlttbTbiilllHEKTS AHD MACHINES; .StaU' or, PUKE AjVD SELECTED , SEEBS; irtblrrifB io ;U" j Reapers and Mows,; Etnv Cutters, - ... Circular Saw MUIs,. lArtHe J J- ..aK.u ... gee4 Bower?" """""" Wheal ' IMUls, ?tt ..-) bS?W " Hsrte.nayOtakeV m if f -. . Emowi, ' ' 'I -isf f. ... . I Choraiy .iu . '-CloTer nallen o SEEDS. ;'' ' 5 ' wertrSiea, " ' ' -' ' . TIlettrea, '' ' -'- -' Cletli Bin Orm Beed, ' ' ' ' Orchard OrwBeeV' ,' '., ' stripped BlatOniMBiei:1'- . "Htrdi GruaSeed: 5 ' MUletSecd. noararks Seed. ' Bcekvbnt Betd, g Incerns 8eed,., jm- " - OiaceOnan t-ttl. Om. . . PoUtoes.. ' PerennliUBji Baa SCPJBRIES SiL' 'Pinter Ptrli. i j) iABd PluUr, ' "' n (I Guoo, .ul w Hydrsalle Cemeat.. .! . K . AKittSTUONO & ' , !Mtvlcw2mi ' "" "llt. J. II. MCLEAN'S tttu u ,.-, . . 't i,',a- 4. K-tVnTi ri&Vt ATI 1 n rr f1nj,n O O - a ARB. BTiOOD PURIFIER I GEKATEST.BJtMEnT, la Tfao "World, JLXD tee Most Delicious 'Seltsrhtrnl Cordial 2 KTKR TAKEN The thousands npon thous ands wbo-redailyuslB; Mo Leans Strengthening Cordial, .eerttlr -that It .Is absolutely as Infallible remedy for renora- Jtrr TitlBcandlnvlcoratlncr&Jt theahattered and dlstased sy-i .;'" tem.Tnirlfrlng and enrichlnga'tf IBEIHg, tlM.Blood-Rstoring the sick, safferinglnTalld to ' " nEAL'j II AMD STKENCTE ThprA i io mistake About It. It will eure'LlVer'Cfiarplalnts, Byspeps(a,'Dlarrhffia, Dysea tary,Headache, De ration of Spirits, Ferer and Agne, Inward Terer, Bad Breath, stany disease of the Liter, Stomach or Serf IHrGKKTLXIIES,doyouwUh to be nealthy, Strong and Tlrorousl TTf L AUncB do yoa want the Bloom of Health to mount to yoor Cheeks again T then go at ence and get Of cJLeaii'B StrcBRtbeiilne CordlalandBleed - runner. Belay not a moment' Jt Is warranted to gire satisfaction. It will saro any disease of the Kidneys, Womb, or Bladder; Faint- nr. Obstructed Menatruation. falllne-of the Wormb. Barren ess, or any disease arising from Chronic or Kerrons Debility, I is an xsiuiiDie Keoecy. for cnicunEpr. Do yon wantyour-delicate, sickly, puny Children, to ba Healthy Krone and Sobnst I then gire mem ucuk an -a eiiitNUTU XSOta CORDIAL, (see the directions on each bottle) It Is de Ueioustotake. IT? One table-ssoonful. takes erery mornlnr fastlar. Is a sura I prerentlTe agalnstCkllls and Ferer, Tellow ferer, Cholera or any preraimg aisease. CAUTION I Beware of DniesifU or Dealers who may try to palm upon yoa a betUe of Bitters or Sarsaparllla, (which aaey can buy caeapjur saytnc KU jail ajgooa. inere are eftn men BABE enoaxh tcsteal nartof my same to dub thel TtLldeeocUons. JLToIdsack Inlamous PIRATES and their nillano leomnoandal Ask for Dr. J. II. McLean aetiesith smtngCordlalandfloodParlfler. Take nothing else. It Is the aly remedy that will Purify your Blood thoroughly, and, at the same time, STRKHOTHKN and INVIGORATE the whole rganUatlon. Jt Is put up In large Bottles SI per bottle, er six Douues tor DR. J; Hi McLS tN, 8nle Proprietor, Corner of Third and Pine streets, St. Louis, Mo. DR. ITIctEAK' S UNIVERSAL PIWS, JFor Zilver Complaints KilinusBeas Xlend ache, ax. nnHERE has nerer been a CATHARTIC medicine offered to ine puuie, Loai nas pi Ten seen caure saiiKacuon as oc LEAN'S UNIVERSAL. PILLS. Being entirely Tegetable, they are perfectly innocent and can be taken by me most ienriniani;yei prompt ana powerrui in rsmorlnr all Bilious secretions. Acid or Impure, Feted Matter from the Stomach. In fact they arc the only Pills that should b nsed In malarious deitrlets. They prodoce no Griping, Eickcess or Pain In the Stemacb or Bowels, though rery actire and searching In their operation, proootlnghealthy aecretlens of the Hrerand Kidneys. Who will raff x rroo tilfousnea, Ileadaehe and Tout Stnmach, when so ete-p a remedy can be obtained I Keep them cocstanlly oa hand;- a single dose, taken In season, may preTrnt boars, days, andmrnthsof sickness. Ask for Dr. J II. aicbean'a unrer al PUls. Take no other. Being coated they are tasteless. Price only S3 cents cer box, andean be sent by mall to any partol lea United States. , . . J. II. MeLSAN, Sole Proprietor, Oofnerot Tbirdand Pine streets, 8t.Loais, Me. BR J.B. UlcLEAN'S VOLCAMC Oil. IDTENT. Thebcat External In the World for .Man or. cu THOCBANIB if human bein ts haesbssasaTeda life of de Creptttnde and misery, by the ut of thi Inyaluabls Lini ment. It will rclleTl PAIN alKott InsUnUneeusly, and It will cleanse, rnrlfr anJ baa) the foulest tOKK In an incredible short time McLEAS'- vuiauhiudji. lamaiani win re- lltTkthe most layetera't cases of Rheumatism, Gout or nea ralgta. For Paralysis. Cotrcted lUcscles, suirness or weak b1i ii tbt Joints. Mnicl a, or Lieaments. tt will nerei fill Two applications will cure Sire Throat, Headache or Earache, Var Burns or Scalds or any Pain, It Is an Infallible Remedy Try It. and you will find it an Indl pensible remedy. Ewp It always nn hand. PLANTERS, FARMERS, or any one haying chugs of horses, win sare money by aslnr McLean's Volcarle OU Liniment. It is a speedy and Infallible care for QaUe, Sprains, Chafes, Swelling, Lameness, sweeny. Sores, wounds, bcraicnes, or any external a.sease. Try ;i, aua yw wm m conni-cea. DR. J. U. UcL.AN, Sole Proprljtor, Saint Louis, Mo. Toraale a ProprleUrs prices by Berry ft Demoyllle andQ V1 UeadcMhott. mar-9d-twkwly ettS twtyly SPRING GOODS! ALLISON, ANDERSON & CO., tiilEtjportcra and JTcbXsys uf STAPLE & DRY GOODS, & CLOTHING 4 . No. 41 Public Square, NABHTILLE, I TENNESSEE. XT7Eart'ew''pr-arJ la offer to cash and prompt time W deakraeur uual assortment of Sptlng and Summer Uj doads and Ctoth'cr, and will make It to the Interest cf ill CMmea to exam.ae 30 KDERSwN ft CO ssarlS-dtwftwlm flTTTIIRRN PORTABLE PLANTATIOn Corn Feed ana tlourlnK Mill. ESTABLISHMENT. altars Dutch anchor branfi, cjlttel!. " fj1 S&s sa? srtsfc ri EK IdbTri. rive saUtftctloa. . j . All orders and OoooualsaUons protapUy atbenden to. CorCouegesad3'roadHU.,NsAhvllle,Tenn. mMSdftt wtllan. . ITlciupltis and Arliansiis River U. S. mail Lljr,E COMPOBED of the following new and elegantly fajntia Bea's, ttwlt: s-TcdcrlcHotrcbc, Cncster Asulcy, Lltcle Rock, Rsif Partcdiip. v 3aa Bs.iwx jAitas. McGutxu Koae , oyBiiiuj his en 5PH. uoi tirinff"., aid with sasll boats for all points above. J-c further Information aiartu - ' ' ' L. HARN8TEAD, Agent, Car. Jrsnt k Mauon gi't, Memph. tiprtim. w Ji 11, ADAMS, Profile, JSSSSSSSD. .f 5" W. -WITTS BO -, 'Ke ,3 Brotdw jtB.K TeiaaeMe Mfcriariarfrire InaniBC8 Ocmpni Fi, tt&iUj decUred mtl iresMl tttrjdesd of (U oil , ,P lUre, pybl it meitDeMmjien on degmd-1" ; ' , V.'- ' . - . A. W0JHTLB R i f lS-lw 8eet ' 1 f THE STAR G AXXKjKY f ' ' s DagraerreetyiKiS, 'Ambretypes. i . MKLAIWOTJCPKS, Z HrKJEKF.OT.Y PJOS A?( PpW0pjUIPHS( Tt6 M,"CbIoo IBtnet belt door to Wmt'A T&BpiOii'f. T. F. SALTZH1AN, (uts orauToi at ncaBEi- aaiLKT.) - TTAVINQ fitted op roomi u tbore, ezc!nitTl7 tetJbit ,T?raacii of btutaesi. U Dreniredtn resclre the l?Dd rentUBiea ofMubrille tod nuke fao tlniltt of their fKt, la ce hlsbett itrlD of the Art. No enema hu Iwen mixed either t s ftunlJhlt! t tie' rrtmeot crproeurlntt the Uteet Asd !Bet( . u wuo 0S7 mi pictorei te nre tun a cau.pieanoe Utrartion ineTen eaie. ! E7 IntrBreeTt4wrWeitJitA.TretMltThomiMn. f Notice. - mil E eonartnenhlD heretafmr. crlillBr under the ttrle of IM !-waOtlxBKfc-OQ,'wtWday!l61ed by WI5 tBjJ eenitnftJ K flamtox wUrMiTroBrtfie flrti j jo nwiina. 1 J. E. OILKERJOK, ) Jn2yH, 1S60. X. P. JiDWASDS. w.wiAB; i..iuj.m, r.BBM jai.- w ahus, IX A At is ae t;u. - j ((ccciaaouTO cswijuw. siuxuox & co.) I 'Ii continue the Wholetale Orccerr. Porwardlix tad. Church itreete. iatyU-tf J KIIVGSTOIV loo Company. THB nnderelpied htT now lamosi on bind 4000 tent ffAHE XING8TON ICE, ' nd with each a inpply thej are ready to fill allorden. t" last season are re opened, and any orders left at thea will rectlTe prompt 'attention, Mo.9 South College stmt... ITj-ParUeular attention tlTtn to fillinfconntry orders. J AM now receiring a fine assoriment of UAIXRS, BOOTS AND SHOES, roa THE SPRING AND SUMMER TRADE They are of excellent aualitrand fran thht n,uiiwiun cscrcaiow lorcasb. P'!"-f No. 4S College street,. 1801 1861 SECOND IMPORTATION OF SPE1I& AND SUMMER GOODS! TRAIN CO Are now reodTing their Second Importation I OP THK S'E:AS-.0:N. Fipurcd Grermdines, Embroidered Poplins. Embroidered English Barcre Organdie Itiuslius, Figured Linen Cambric, Black ITIaHlles, new styles; Hlonrning Goods, L Embroideries, Heavy Plantation Goods, Linens, Domestics, &c, 4c. THOMPSON & CO,, Bar No. 59 College street. apl-tf MEAL AND BR ANSI fr ( BAGS extra Family (bolted) Meal, ) 5 barrels White Brans very fine. jteceirea taisaay, and now olerei lew for cash by PhMf COMBS ft MARTIN.. Philadelphia Made Clothings aim roa tbxxx bats oxlt.) WE are la receipt of an Invoice of Coats, Pants and Teste, of superior stylet, which are decidedly Chkaf. Pl-" BENJ F BUI EDS & CO. Corn, liny and Oats. A' BUPERI0B lot ot Corn, Hay and Pete, J.at received and forsaleatlow 9'iru by COMBS ft MARTIN. XllP-tn. ARRIVAL OF MAILS AT NASH VILLE. Washington City. Tlreinla. Narth Carolina. Snnth r.n,x.. Gsergia, forth Alahama, aaJ Xait Tennessee, arrive via Chat- muuik nauroaa, aicvg o CIOCX, A Al Northsrn and Ka ten atm!l. Tfm N..StI1! T..rm. Railroad, also Western State,, twice a day. at So'eloik, P.M., and 4 o'clock. A M. Way Malls N & L R B dairy. aeumejra mils, new uriesnr Uempbin, Arkansas. Texaa and Hlsilsalrpi. arrive daily at IS o'clock, A SI. tray aiaus, same route arnredally at 1 o'clock, A M. Smltrlllle. Alexandria and Lebanon. J xr. M.11. ...1.. dally. except Sunday, at 1-2 o'clock, M. rmuniana, iiopainsviue, ana a partion or Southern Ken tacky, Clarksrllle and way Malta, daily at 10 o'clock. A. M' Shelby vllle. via Triane and way Mills, Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 11 o'clcck.M West Tennessee.'rU Uustagdon. Waverly and CharlatU, trl weekly, Sunday. WedaMday and Friday. 11 o'clock. A M- Liberty, via Rural Hill, Stewart's Ferry, weekly, Thursday, at II o'clock A S. CrntrevlUe. via Vernon and Pinewood. Heath Tfimer an Tank.sesjl weekly, Toesday and Prii'ay, I! o'clock AM. Clsrksrtile, via St camore Mills, White's Bend, Ac, weekly: Tridsy, at 11 o'clock AM. DEPARTURE OF HAILS. From Nashville to Ohattanoora. Waihlnrton. nlllmw Philadelphia, New Xork, Boston and New England States ds parts at 3 o'clock P M Way Mall far Ororgia, South Carolina. North Carolina and Soothers Virginia, leave on Chattanooga Railroad at 3 wVlock P M. Nashville to LonlsTllIe. denarts at S o'clock. P M, WayMtlls 2, " Mails for Indiana. Northern Illinois. Virvlfil. Mlwrf. Michigan and N trth western States, departs at S oeloek P Mi Nashville to Decatur, via t ranklin and Calumbla, and other way offices, 'epart at 8 o'clock A M. Nashrllle to Lebanon, daily, excent Sunday, dmatbi at tli o'clock A M. Also offices on the was and beyond Lebanon ihi o'clock A M. Nasbrllleto Clarksville: dtsaitaaiSl? o'clock A M. ;Tor Southern Rtntacky , Mparts at SS A M. Karevllle to Sbelbvvillt. rl.Knlf nm. ni Trlnn. r.. day, Thursday and $aVvdy, at 7 o'clock A M. Nashville to Huntingdon, via Charlotte, Waverly, trl week ly, Monday, Wednesday and Friday, at 2 o'elock P M. Naihillie to Liberty, via 8lswarfs Perry, Huddlsstoae'aX Raads. ural Hill, Ac .weekly, Thursday, at 12 o'clock M. Nashville to Centreville. via rank. Vrrr... PinnnH jv. . Tuesday and FrUay , at S o'clock P M. Nsbv!l to qurksville, vU Sycamore Mills, weeklg.Yriday, at 1 o'clock P.M. ' NASHVILLE POST OFFICB. Opens at 6; o'clock A.M. Closes aiv PS. SUXDAV. OP- iilLklJoock AiU. p.m.: PARTIES malllnr Letters ratal snt tb.m tk. nm.. w.r schedule hours to secure theVs rujsediatedcparture, er they wit ea "V vuw a fcUBJf UI UU U J P"- W. D. McNISH.P.M. PROCTER &GA1 21 West Second Street, CINCINNATI. Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealers in STAR AND TALLOW CANDLES. Olelne, German and Palm Sony, Lard oil CANDLES 80LD BF ACT SAL WEIGHTs .It Is well known that manj Star Caidles that are realty seven to the pound are branded and ssld as" sixes" Ttr Is a dlsadrantsgeanflaloaa.la this practice to both retailers ut consumers, even U the Candles are boucht at a redaction t cents per lb. tsom the price er the regular article. Tbtti A.boj.ol'Sises''i5ix.Tvxiuav, contains 840 Candle. aala so d lor u lbs at say 18 cu S73t A hex of Bet ess conUiolrg the same nnmber or CandVw ..:... -tj ii . . . ' .w actuai. wzieuT. ai.J-ep, 0 cQ Difference In favor of bnjicrby wdcht sn And tils ulSsrence becomes greater as the rriceadvanm. rt In obrlous that the retailer can get no more for his 20 Can cues la one case than in tha other., consequently on erery bun dy.d lose, of'thort weight 'be sells, he cases roarr douam marauoi-ojm FINE ,IRISU POTAAOES. IfiTA BAGB ad SOfilyraU, jsulrscelred at low prias bs ly, BKNJ SHlEiS. , apui-iu OX '1 .v i! J. J! 1 1. t . ' . iKA n i " ( 1 0. ' I .B -i .1 Mi i..e 1 S iu-v frt c-it jar-ii ti- dta' ,(r.-. Naskvllle,- Teas iiiitr m r . : -'.I1 j4?lf e. 1 AEXICIJr MADE PAINTED STONE WARE, eTory article made .HC'?t'l-i.alii. -Mill! 1FjBIMTjBD.A,WD COHMOBT1 81 . w n ,t. . -r ... . . .! ' ' - - ' ' "t""'' ' ' " 'Erery Article IQade. U i. rrar aancu xaaa. French China, old Band, White and Fancy Glass Ware, Tin est eat and cheaplast press. SILVER :: PLATED1 WAEE, best. goods mad. TABLE CUTLERY, finest quality. Japan Tin Ware, BREAT YA liooKura'aLAssBS . - - Erery Hsa" I - ' Coal Oil Lamps, trca 36 cents U SIS each. BEST COAL OIL CHILDREN'S Cabs and Carriages, SOME VERY FINE. REFRIGIRATORS?&'lCE;CHESirSt Host approved makti WATER l COOLERS. AND Bronze and Farias Figures, BO XX VXKT HNS FraJt Cans, Glass and:, Tin, most approved. t BIRD CAGES, ed astastrtsneatu 'f BRITAN1A AND BLOCK TIN WARE,,. WO OB 3c WILLOW WARE? . Hens rnrBlsblnr Goe4i Generally , t . T0TB AND FANCT ASTlOLXa OP USB AND 0HNAMXN7 la great -vsrletyi All of which will be sold : : 25 per cent, less than usual, o 3tr erat regular prices aaS BiaalUae to PROMPT PAYING BUSTERS; This stark la very ssifvaafl conpltte la Variety and Btyls, aad n eiamlnaUeU Is cUyHed from the'Wholesals aadBWi trade 21- ICKS 9t C, --h .... -i .. ft. ..- ,.( ' - Vfr imi1 it! It r. 2i fi'f oJ tu Ml ifU.il. . . II , t m - rfi J 3 .in TTt DTI ' ' SiAUi O ' 45-Hi :ueyAHyAAwvyua , JU8I BEOrVXDBT' - .i.-Ik,; j dnr nt-m bit fcWtJbttfr ft.-" CI . .. . . : U r -ul !! " . ?. ' cum ootuoa An'inmsiTsja'tir'' a' . .!.-. -jx.'U -i H". i '.ix r. 1 1. "j , ,v ..1 ,.,.!. n-1 'j l ft Silver Skla Oaiea Setts. : ' ! Bei Weatberacla ikte. .-' , s.,:. Extra ERrlyJPcas, .... !!-,( . . ' '1. . i fl ' .'i v Large Mtirrewlat ele, TalcntlHC Beans! (SagarParsaip Scca)by the poaad, ii i'J w ' " ' ' CaBas:eSeeti ' ".''.'f " ' Badiski seed. Tosether with a lam Tirietr In Paceri to which wa IsrlU thi ftvtfdntlAn'nr nn1nM n.M ' ' ..... - CHEAP CASH' D RU G H S E ! iTBETCE & FORBES, 1 Corner Collcpe A Union Streets, KA8HVILLE, TENNESSEK Ceustry Merchants. Fhrslciaas, Planters and close'eash buy will find it Terr much to tbdr Interest to call and parchaso their goedsatue uiieap vasa AJrug nouaooi . - STRETCH & FOBBES, Theyhaye now In store and are moitantly reoetTtng dlreo from first band Importers, and Manufacturers, ererythlng per taming to the Drug business, sucn as. Alcohol, Pure White Lead, Unseed on, Casuie Sopf Alum and Glue, Clares and Nntmegt, Garrett's vnufft, Tube Paints, Artists Brushes, Una Teas, Sweedish Leeches. Springs, Turpentine, Varnishes. ' Window Glass Putty, Indigo and Madder, Cvchineal, Bird, Seed, Wines and Brandies, Pnrs Whl kies. S T RE T 0 H & F OEB E SJ Are also Sxtenslye Deal en In Ala & retype, AZelalnotrpe, Pliotograph. and Daimerrcotypo Goeda, And Artists' Apparatus and Chemicals af erery description n New Xoik Bills duplicated la arery Instance, at Cost and Car riage. STRETCH & FORBES Also keep on hand the largest and best stock of Trusses and Supporters erer offered in this Mr. Whaterer may be the else of the pa tlent, or the kind of hernia, he csn certainly be suited by calling at the Coaxtx r Co luge axn Uxiox 8txxit wl-cre can be found a good assortment of Surgical and Dental Instruments, Lace Stockings, Knee Caps, Anklets, fee- feba-Jf BEFORE TAKING THB AFTER TARING THE Elixir Elixir! BOCXOR RIGHT'S CELEBRATED REJUVENATING ELIXIR! Prepared on the strictest Pharmaceutical principles by one cf the ablest unemuis et we age. nmilS Is altogether a new medicine, the result of modern i. discoveries In the vegetable klngdem, being an entirely new and abstract method or care, irrespective i aii tne 01a ana worn out systems published by accomplished quacks to the suffer ing. Dr. Wright, will knowing the deception practised upon the uninitiated, felt it his duty at once to have this Elixir tested by the whole Medical Facdlt who, withsut even one dissenting veloe. have siren In their adherence to Its perfect and undivided control over the whole physical mas when his frame has been redacea, and when au other medicines known to tne rnarmaco peelabave been tried In vain. Long thought years of patient Investigation, and a nU dttperandum determination hare crowned the Doctor's efforts, and he now offers the Elixir to suf fering humanity as the only thing that can cure the following dlsesaes namely 1 General Debility, Mental and Physical Depression, Imbecility, Determination of Blood to the Head, Confused Ideas, Hysteria, General Irritability, Bestlesxness and Sleeplessness at Night, Absence of Mojcalar Efficiency, Loss of Appetite, Dyspepsia, Emaciation, Low Spirits, Disorganisation of the Organs of Generation, , . Palpitation of the Heart, And, In fact, all the concomitants of a nervous and debilitated state ef the system. ' A) a Stimulant, rt ( sBite different from alcoholic o reparations. It Is not sub (eetto reactions in any shape; tt .continues te exert Its Influence; gradually ana enicienuy, ae long as we icast nccvuisr "iww Its preseceei As a Female' Medicines It Is equally powerful and effective, and restores the equilibrium sooner and safer than all the' other medicines which for years have flooded the market, and which are only Injurious, in place of assisting o- renovating the conitltutlon ., for a very good rea son, too, that they are only made from the. effusions of minds gnorant ef the Medical profession altogether. No Minerals ! Dr. Wright thinks It well to stake his professional character en the fact, that no minerals whatever form the least component carta of the Ingredients ef his Rejuvenating Elixir well know fng what ruin has. been entailed on the community by opium and mercury. Generally, to the debilitated. Dr. Wrignt would say, Never despair. No matter how worn down J ou may be, no matter how weak yea are no matter what the cause mar have been forsake at once whatever has led yoa to depart from Hygienic principles take his Rejuvenating Elixir, And yon will soon find yourself a new man a pride Instead 0 the reverse, to your friends, and a healthy,' seund, and worthy u ember of the human family. IO Price f 2 per bottle, or three bottles for 95, and forward ed by mall to all parts of the United 8tates. Sold hy all respectable dtuzrlsts throughout the United States ' and Oanadas. The trade supplied at a liberal discount.. For sale by the proprietors. JT. WRIGHT A CO., 21 and 1S1 Ohartres street, New.Orleana, Lai Bold la Nashville by O. W. Hendershott, Berry ft Demoville, wing ft Pendleton, and all responsible dJugglets. oc2? OLD S ACME 71 BITTERS, AND WIGWAM TONIC. rriHEeE delicious and far-famed Bitten are recommended by H tne rirst Fhysidans or the country, on aceonnt 01 ueir . PCBITT AND GREAT MEDICINAL VIP.TTX. They are pleasant as nectar to the taste, and are pronounced the best Tonic and Stimulant ever offered to the public Their curative powers In eases of General Debility, Loss ot Appetite, Constipation, etc., are unparalleled, and as a guaran tee that we feel warranted In claiming what we do, we beg leave to state that our ssser'lcui are endorsed by Prof. SILIMANsoF Vale College,. Pre!. DAVES, ef Massachusetts, sad sa&dxeds 'of ethers. For sale by Grocery, wins Ken s, and KnsKrt gensrsJly. t SEJT BY . EXPRESS 'Retailed sit Wholesale Prices, llade to Measure, at $18 per doz. OU SIX FOR 3TIK13 H01,ljARf, Without Collar bn,trlth' ObIIar oa 42 per do extra, MADE1. OF NEw-TOEK UILL3 ! TVUhCne tlnen Boeotas, tad warranted ajgooil A Ehlrt M Mi In the retail Wore at 1 2,59 each. ' .ALSO,- Hiq VERY BEST gniKTfl TIIAT CAK EE a- ., , Jj.U)i;T.2 EACH. o'e.'lathlIcaiinMinateagoodtadrtfor " 5IS P" 1ea. mlttaten. Here' the cost of me doien $19 fine ehlrts. 0 irards of N'aw.VnrfrXmi.n.M.TiH .i it. - . . AP T yard, of fine Linen; at MeTper i.TJZfS 50 tnj?.dr X buttnI ""I cotton, fc . .... ".I n " l to iTcat., ....,..,. ,.,2 a .Tot1 , , $18 oa Splf lileacnireiiierit for Shirts. Printed directions lent, free erery where, end io eaey to understand, tha any one can take, their, own measure forahlrta, Iwarrantagood fit. Thecaihtobepaiiits tae Eiprras Company on receipt of god. The Erpreu ehsrcn oh on dozen Shlrti from New Tork to New OrleansU Jl. . P. s. parties wismNQ rnnnra IS HASTE, hot ' hiTloK thsie toaend for Ktlei of Jfecjurement, should end per malL prepaid, one of the best fitting ahirti they have got, atatbc any alterations that may be required. S W.H. WAED, from London; 387 Broadway, up stairs, Between White A'Walker Streets, KETV-TORK' October IS, 1860-deodly PORTEK, JOHNSON & CO. The ottly ExclHalvolj lVholesale DSAL2ESIN I -Hats, Caps, Beancts & Straw Goods IN THK CnT, PTo. SI Public Square,' PiASIIVILXi:, - TEWN. W are now receiring and opening an ent'rely new stock of Sprint; and Summer Uoodx. which we are offering with superior INDUCEMENTS to ssll for CASH or to Prompt Beyers on our usual time, and we assure them WX wiiiLi meiiTOTnnR ikthust to call ana examine oar stock before purchasing elesewhere. ciarl7-tf a n B. S. WELLBR, SR., HORxrx ix COPPER, TIN AND SHEET IROR axn ssaixz ix Agricultural Implements, FIELD, GARDEN, AND FLOWER SEEDS, ALSO BULBOUS ROOTS OF ALL VARIETIES, JTo.SU South Broai Street, KcuKvOU. P.S. Roofllnrand Gutterlneln Copper and Tin In the most superior styles, In tewn acd country. Peck, Smith tt Oo.'s Tin oeri 'Machines and Hand Tools for sale. mh24 tf. XASHVILLE COiriMEIICIAL INSURANCE COMPANY, CAPITAL 100,000 ! ALL PAID IN. Omcx at 2io. 3C, corner of Cedar street and futiie Sjuart, WILL take risks against Loss or Damage by Fire en Build lues. Qeods, Wares and Merchandise generally. All. on Shipments against loss or damage hy Seas and rlrcrs to and from all points. auu-iusaa on negroes against tne dangers or the 1tst DIRECTORS. Am, Tall, W.T.Bxxxt, Axraoxr W. Ttntn, Jonxn.2wis, Jobic Kiaxiux, neon McCaza, Jaxxs Woods, Joszra Enwaltsa, B O.McNatxr, IxiTMoxaax, W. u. Era: ALEXANDER TALL. President: Jakxs Wxixxx, Bee etary. augl7. 49 PuMlc Srjiinre, NnshvlIIe, IMPORTERS ASP HEALERS IS FOREIGN' A XII DOMESTIC DRY GOODS. Are now receiving and opening their stock of Spring Goo maVIag their assortment full and complete. marD-dlm 1IUNTSVILLE HOTEL, HUNTSVILLE, ALA.; TUTS Home Is now open for the accomodation of the Public The rooms are all large, well ventilated and furnished in the best st le with new and brautilul furniture and carpets. The Public Rooms and Halls are lighted by Gas. The Ladies and Gentleman's Parlors are furnished in a splen did and luxurious style, comfortable asd Inviting; THE TABLE shall at all times be supplied with everything a good home and foreign market can afford, and having In my employ good and experienced cooks and table servants, everything shall be pre pared and sen ed In the best manner. THE BAR Is furnished with old and excellent Liquors and Wines, com prising all the most popular brands both native and foreign growth Conunected with this house Is asplendid BILLIARD SALOON ! containing three fine tables, affording a pleasant and healthy recreation jora leisure uoar. . Eveiythlnginmypoaer shall bedone to make the goests cf the House comfortable. febIS dim. JOHN P. LEE, Snyer lntendent. Envelopes. Envelopes. CONFEDERATE STATES FLAG ENVELOPES. IICTTON & FRALICU, W . M. JIUTTON CO. C0RXER OF SECOXJ) AND ADAMS STREETS, MEMPHIS. Somctlilnp; New, Good. Neat, and Really iiunakumo. No mere straight lines, like a straiiht jacket on an Envelope,bat A BEAUTIFUL PLAG Gracefully Flowing; to the Breeze, With room 01. he upper right luiDd corner, not only for a stamp but FOR MERCHANTS A2iD OTHERS.- Bvery Merchants should order ope or two thousand; Hotel Keepers twice ssmsny; fcteambosUren a bushel of them; Banks and Railroads as many as they please, and, as EVERYBOBY WILL WANT THEM, We shall fill orders on the principle of " FIRST COME, FIRST SERVED." TRICES. Confederate Flag Envelope, without Card, per 1000 Sin,00 .. with Card, 12,00 ALSO, Letter Heads, per quire...... .75 cent. Note Heads, .. ..............S0 In quantities lets than 1000, 35 per cent additional. Regulardlscount to the trade. Orders accompanied with tbe cash promptly attended to. These Envelopes are printed only at the Great Southern Pub lishing and Job Printing Establishment of HUTTON & FRELIGH, Second street, near corner of Adams, adjoining Calvery Church, Memphis, Tenn., where better work Is done In the JOB PRINTING LINE Than elsewhere In the South. ALSO, Printed In colors, on white silk. aplS-tf ft G. J. GENTLEMEN I ZEUTZSCHEL FASHIONABLE BOOT AND SEOL MAKE1 Confined exclusively ta GENTLKMEN'S WEAR, " NO. 20 Nashville, UNION STREET, Tennessee He solicits patronage. HE WARRANTS SATISFACTION! 'apO-dly FIVESnOOTERS. A ; N Invoice far sale cheap, by lio-tf, . BENJ. P. SHIELDS fc CO, PRIVATE- TUITION kB,i;y. WRIGHT wishes to devote' a portion of the day to eivint private Instruction In Latin, Greek, PTresah. athematlct, Music, &e. II a tstoem over the Past OSes. saivt-UB ! I ' ll ay S; Xrl-Weeklr iSi Weekly 82. Kate et AdvertUiB?. TXB XIKS3 OH JJH COHSTITUTX A. cXJUAXB. HB B&J3.T. OaatsserUoa. tl 09 3 CO 4 10 6 00 0 60 12 00 18 00 83 00 Itch addWosal tatsrtloa i Xch niiHtoEal locate, 59 130 800 U SO 00, ,00 1000 1 Week lKeatfa, 2 - 3 .. 6 12 MKEWABtl AT PUAStTBJl. One Square, oat year. $39 Bash additional Sqaare, ) 10. ' ttvertUen exceettla? the apace ceatracted far will be charged fax the exceas. is thh wxzxrr. Oki Doiiia ner Bauara for the first, and Tim o'ern fnr tuk sabsequent insertion. AdTertueaents paUlAed in both tho Bally and Weekly, wll e chirred the full dallv rates with ona-half the weakw rata added. - 2ran4l4nt AdttrUUmtntt Mttf It paid for atVu thru of Inter Han. SPECIAL NOi'IOEThe Uxio in Aaaiua tt caiuLuel Id Stridl'J Won tit Cass tvtUm. -All mntrt nr .llMronlim utdattfo ttepiration of tA timt for which they Xactbem paid. Subtcrt&trt vsiU bmotW&'vehmtMreu&tcription it about to tjriyire. bv a ciMf wivv on AWi- mwri.. ami lilt t tubtcripllon it rnvttlth paper vsilf b dUeenti- " j wr crov marc, ana renew your Mwtcrtpiwn. Wteily Cmoii Ann AaraicxH tt pr annum in advanai. Tri-WUiiy Uxiox axd Axuucxji 33 vtr annum in ad- . x . - . . . , . vana. Jlr" Subscribers deilrlngthelrpapew changed mustmentlra the Post Office rom.aiwelUithsoneio. which therdeilra the ehanze to be made. DCX3lUf(8 OF TUE SOPSEHC COURT OFFICIAL. Docialoas et tho Sapreae Coart of the fttata of Tenaoaaee at Kashvllle. De cember Term, 1SCO. Smith and othirs ts. Woods and others. The plaintiffs are tfie heirs at law and next of Jcin of E. Howard, dee'd. By a proceeding in the County Court of Montgomery, which eeems to hare been regular, certain real estate and one slave, the prori- F&X$Jffi1& uecemDer session, ims, or saia uourt, ana r iliiam Rogers, the then ClerK of the Court, was by an orr aer ot me uourt appointed commissioner to make the sale. At the March session, J859. Rogers, the clerk and commissioner, mide his report ta the Court, showing that he had made sale of the prop erty pursuant to the decree; that the proceeds of sale amounted to S6,3i0 00, for which ,he had taken the notes of the respective purchasers, with secur ity, as directed. In the year 1859 Rogers died; be fore his death he had received several sums of money from the purchasers at said sale, in part pay ment of the notes executed to him as commissioner; Part of tho money thus received by him, he ac counted for and paid over, but at the time of his death the sum of SoOOhad been retained by him wholly unaccounted for. To recover this money the plaintiffs presented a' petition to said County Court against Woods, thct administrator of Rogers, and the sureties to theoffii cial bond executed by Rogers a commissioner,' praying for a judgment or decree against them ior, the amount Rogers was in arrear. The defendants demurred to the petition, and thei aemurrer wa anowea Dy tna Judge or the Uounty Court, and the petition was dismissed. The proceeding seems to hare been treated as in the nature of a bill in equity, and, in this view, the jurisdiction was thought to belong to a Court of Chancery and not to the County Court. The proceeding adopted was a more formal ons" perhaps than was required; a single motion would possibly have been sufficient; still, we are of opin ion that the mode of proceeding by petition was regular. Uy the Uode (sec -1201) the CountylCourt clearly 1 I i .r , i . i i , . possessed the jurisdiction to make the sale, and by sec. 420J, it is expressly vested "with all the power and authority necessary and proper to the exercistt of the jurisdiction" thus conferred; and by sec szu. tne uounty uourt is vested in cases 01 concur rent jurisdiction, with all the "incidental powers" possessed by a court of equity for the purpose of effectuating the jurisdiction conferred upon jt in the several cases enumerated in sec. 4201. This being so, it necessarily follows that in the case before us, the jurisdiction being concurrent With the Chancery Court, the power and authority of the County Court was as ample in the premises as of a Court of Chancery. But again, the money was in view of the land re ceived by Rogers in the two-fold capacity of clerk and commissioner; and thus regarded, tb case is within the spirit and meaning ot sec. 4043, which makes it the duty of all clerks, upon application at his office by the party entitled, bis agent or attorney, to pay over without delay any money or property in his hands, received by virtue of any decree, judgment, or order of the Court, or by virtue of his office. And by sec 4044. a failure to do so is not only declared a misdemeanor, but likewise subjects the delinquent clerk and his sureties to a judgment or motion. Sec. 3G10 is more explicit; it declares in terms that a special commissioner appointed by the Court to sell property or to receive and collect funds, is in all cases liable on motion in the same way, and to the same extent, as the clerks of the Courts, fcee sec. 3G08. We do not find that the personal representative of a deceased clerk or special commissioner, is made liable on motion by any express provision of the code, but it would perhaps follow, by the proper construction of the various provisions of the code, that he would be so liable, together with his sureties. By sec. 3C2C (ch. 14, art. 7,) it is provided that the remedy by motion given by this article (art. 7) 'will be both for and against the personal repre sentatives of the deceased parties." This provi sion might seem at first view, from its jnstaposition and terms, to be restricted to the class of motions enumerated in art. 7; but such, we think, was not the intention. There would be no sense in such a discrimiaation. The rule laid down in some of the earlier cases, that the remedy by motion given by statute against a delinquent officer will not lie against his personal representative, unless it be so declared in terms, is a very narrow one, and is violative of the general principle that in civil cases the personal represen tative takes the shoes of the deceased party, is sub ject to the same liabilities, and may be proceeded against in the samo forms and modes. We incline to the opinion, therefore, that upon sound general principles and analegies of law. the remedy by motion will lie against the personal rep resentative of a delinquent officer 'wherever it is giren against the officer himself, though tho statute may not, in express terms, extend it to the former. This results as an inference of law, upon general principles, unless, from something in the statute, the intention to restrict the remedy to the officer in exclusion of the personal representative, be ap parent. In this view, tfce proceeding by petition may, without any prejudice to the rights of tha defend ants, and likewise without real incongruity, be treated as a motion. We will so. regard it and render judgment ac cordingly. Judgment reversed. JIcKixxet. Waters and wife vs Bartoa and ethers The complainant, Elizabeth, is the only child of David A. Barton, who died in Texas, in December, 1844, leaving the complainant his only distributee, then an infant, of about elven months old. This bill was filed orginally, in the name of her next friend, to recover two slaves, named Henry and Mice, claimed to have been" the property of said D. A. Barton, who died intestate. The allega tions and proof, in regard to the ownership of said slaves by David A. Barton, is contradictory. For the complainants, it is alleged that Joshua Barton, the f ither of David A., made a parol gift, of the slaves to him. The defendants deny the gift, and allege that the slaves were merely loaned by the father to his son for the period of two years, at the expiration of which time they were to bq returned. The proof shows, that in September," 1842. the intestate, David A ,whose residency was in Texas, was on visit to his fathers' family, who resided in Can non county, Tennessee; and that, about to return home, Joshua Barton, bis father, placed said slaves in his possession, to take with him to Texas; that he did take them with him to his home in Texas, where he arrived about the 15 th of October, 1842; and that he retained possession of the slaves, and claimed them as his own property from that date, until bis death, which happened on the 20th of December, 1844; being a period of more than ftoo years, and that after his death, they came into the possession of the administrator of bis estate, who delivered tliem into the custody of the guardian of the com plainant, with whom they remained until November 1845, when by the procurement of Joshua Barton, they were enticed away and brought to Tennessee, and taken possession of by Joshua Barton, who claimcd them as his property; and who shortly after wards delivered the slave Mack, into the possession ack, into the possession I of bis son-in-law, the defendant, .Ramsey, who etiU I .Ramsey, who still I has him in his possession; and at a later period, he disposed of Henry, to nis son, tne delenaant, Wil liam, who still retains him Joshua Barton died in the Spring of 1&58; that defendant, William, is the personal representative of bis estate, and the other defendants are the lega tees and devisees under his will. We do not deem it necessary to comment upon the conflicting testimony, in detail, with the view of sustaining our conclusion as to its effect. Suffice it to say, that upon a review of all the evidence, and more especially the declarations of Joshua Barton, as proved by Stokes and Farmer, at the time tha slaves were brought back from Texas, in November, 1845. The preponderance of the proof, in our opinion, is, that the transanction was a jiff, and not a loan of the slaves, by Joshua Barton, to his son, David A. This brings us to the question of law, arising up on the facta stated: namely, whether or not, under the statute of limitations of Texas, David A. Barton acquired such a title to the slaves, as will entitle the complainants, sueing in his right,to recover them in the courts of this State. By the statute of Texas, suit must be commenced, in a case like this present, "within iteo years, next, after the cause of such action or suit, and not af ter.,; See Hartley's Dig. Art. 2377 And this stat ute ''applies no less to foreign,, than to domestics claims." Ib. Art. 2398. In the construction of this statute, it has been de clared by the Supreme Court of that State, that its effect is not only to bar the rights of action of the former owner, but also, to extinguish his right; and to vest the right of property absolutely in the ad verso possession; so that if after the bar had been completed, the former owner should regain the pos sesion the possessor might maintain aa action ajrainst him lor this recovery of tha -fioTtj. See 9 Texas Reptl23. , , . For the defendants it is insisted, that in as much aa by the statute of this State, where the suit k - at. 0 VALAtJ UaAUcTT a. YTlIfl TJJTW1 tTlTr (IT fllflTMI ' of La-Sfi S?0"1 8idea to sto7' Conflict ' standing of tt, taVw.&if W nartiw hadbir th? defendants admrftbat if UV parties Had been restdeat within the iurisdicUdn of Texas, dunnz the, ,t ju.iuoboi lanr of that Statp fnoa prescrieea oy tne w V' 1 COfflPlete the bar,, the title thus "ffii rLl-.n.ibt be Kt up by &e L-.vuurta,in t,ae prtsent case, and rewrjery of tho alare, etflbTtaS , But for as mncU aa Joshua Barton was a resident of Tennessee, and not subject to the jurisdicUon br jawa. of Texas, during the pmod.tae Uve were in tho, adverse possession of David A. Barton in that State, it is denied that any such effect "can be nredi " cated of the statute of that State. Mr. Story put this case t suppose personal property is adversely held in a Stato.'for a peridd beyond thaVprescribfd by the laws of that State, and after that period has elapsed tho posses) or should remove into another State, which has a longer period of prescription, or is without any prescription, could the original owner assert a title- there against the possessor, whose title, bv the local law. and the lanse of time. had become final and conclusive before the remo val I It has certainly been thought, says the author, that in such a case the title of the noasessor cannot beimpngned. See sec. 582, and cases referred to in note 2. The case supposed above, as we understand tho author, is, in principle, precisely tlio present case. Erery sovereignty possesses the undoubted power ,v 1. , . t t . f . . r . .. nicguiaie-iuu ngais 01 property situate witnia its awn jurisdiction. It may Jirait all rights of actien to .certain pre- ". wu iuajr uruaia mat, alter tne ex piration of the periods thus prescribed, notbnly the right of action, but the claim and title? likewise suau oe exunguisned. ana u a posiUre title to property bo thus ac- cu uu penectea Dy uie local law of the place where Bituate at the time, npon what sound princi ple can it be maintained that sttch titlecanbe effect- ,eu orueieatea.oy tne removal of tho nmn.-ir to another country by the possessor, or by its removal by another without his consent! In such a case, can it be maintained whether or not the former ewner was resident within the ju risdiction by whose local law the possessor had become vested with an absolute title to the proper ty? If it be said that tho former owner, by re siding within the jurisdiction during the period pre scribed, voluntarily subjected himself to the opera- uuu ui iuu local laws ot me piace, ana tnerelore cannot complain that bis right is taken away by those laws, as the resnlt of his own laches, mav it not be said, with quite as much reason and force of argument, mat, by knowingly suffering his proper ty to be taken, and to remain within the jurisdic tion during the period prescribed by the Iscal law. ne mereoy voluntarily subjected his property and .igu wuiB uperauon 01 sucn local lawsi in tne latter case, as much as in tho former, the loss of hu u we resmt 01 nis own lacnes. Our conclusion,'therefore, is. that under the law of Texas the titlo of Joshua Barton, though not a resident of that, State, was extinguished, and the title perfected in David A. Barton ; and that the title thus acquired may be tet up by the complain- ttuu m me tvourts ui tuia state against tno3e claim ing the slaves by the subsequent disposition of them maae Dy josnna uarton. Decree affirmed. McKkxet. A correct copy: J. P. Clare, Clerk. Precautions. The Legislatures of some of our states have al ready recommended our farmers to plant this year extraordinary quantities of grain and grass. "We hear from various points that this has been and is being done. Nothing should bo neglected which win ueip to mane tne staple articles of food abund ant durimr the next two vears. Onr farmer should not only plant larger croprf, of wheat and' , corn. Dnt tney would do well for themselves and. for,. tbe comrtry to cultivate, to greater than ordlnar p,x.te,nti certain other crops the pro-t ducts of which aro largely consumed by soldiers and sailors. Beans and peas, dried, form an important por tion of the army and navy rations. They are; oniy secuna m importance to Dread ana meat, and as helps to a healthy variation of food, are of equal necessity. Large quantities of these articles will be needed for army provisions, and It is yet time for our farmers to prepare themselves to supply this demand. Also, the farmers throughout the country will do well to reserve their calves from the butcher's knife. This is a point of great importance. With a large army to support we cannot too carefully look after the supply of beef. We suggest to our agricultural societies to take some immediate and general action in this matter. Many thousand calves are sold and killed every month in this country. Our fanners will find it profitable to raise all the increase of their herds during the present year at least ; and this is a matter of prudence, by which patriotic stock raisers and cattle owners can do very much to help the cause of the Union, for which our brave soldiers have gone to battle. Hay, also, should be saved as much as possible. It is an article much needed in all campaigns ; and there is little doubt that the operation of the rebels have been embarrassed by the lack of it. The Souh has always drawn its supply of hay from the nor thern and eastern States, Three months ago there were not five hundred bales of hay in the States held by the mutineers. Great armies cannot be moved without numerous teams, and probably the iacK 01 nay was one not unimportant reason lor a certain slowness of movement on the part of ihs reb el army, wnicn nas surprised our people and now alarms the traitors in Virginia. Rebellion will not triumph for lack of patriots to dispute its nrotrres3 and nut it to fliszht from the land. But an army can do nothing without supplies ; ihuiusi uc tut; Mre ui uiuse wuu remain at name to spare no pains to provide the necessary supplies for our brethren who are doine battle for the Union. Evory bushel of corn, every barrel of nour, every Dag ot Deans and peas, every tierce ot oeet ana poric, every Dale of nay, that can be added to our crcp this year should be raised. Starving- eat the Sou th Iron the New Tort Day Book. The Republican papers hare made thousands of tbe northern people believe that the South will soon be starved into subjection by cutting off' the supplies of provision from the northern markets. Young Wide-awakes and old fogies have worked themselves so thoroughly Into this belief that they will actually sneer at any man of intelligence who Undertakes to tell them better. The Republican editors have made these benighted people think that tbe South raises comparatively nothing but cot ton, rice, sugar and tobacco ; whereas, the truth is that she produces more breadstuff" and provisions, according to her population, than either tho North or the West. We have not the census of 18G0, but that of 1850 shows that in 1849 the grain productions of tho country, including clover seed and flaxr seed, were as follow in value: South ...$307,328,112 West 179.744.23C Njrth 132,024,727 The value of the grain productions of the South for that year was nearly one hundred and iveenly-four millions greater tnan or tne West, ana over one hun dred and twenty-five millions greater than tho North. Tho South had nine millions to feed, and the North and West combined had twelve millions. So the South raised in value about $30 per head of its pop ulation, while the North raised only $15 per hear1, and the West $35 per head. The value of slaughtered animals m the whole United states was as follows : South S5 4.398,025 West 22,473,786 North 34.51G.451 . Showing that in meat provisions the South wis almost as rich as the North and West combined. 1 hi total production of tha soil, including cotton aud slaughtered animals in value as follows : South S52S.571.103 West 240.097,028 Ncrtl...' 295,5C8,C99 Shawinsf that the South was nearly tliree hundred millions richer than the West, and more than ftco hundred millions richer than the North. And it must be remertb :red that the South has only twelre mill 10ns of population to provide lor, while the North and west nave twenty minions. Tbe Boston Fost says that the city of Boston alone in one year, received from the slave States flour to the value of S2.500.000, of corn to the value of $1,200,000, and rice ta the value of S500,000, The Fosl estimates that Aew England buys annual ly of the South to tbe amount of $50,000 000. And vet our sham Tankee brothers are seriously pro posing to starve out the South by cutting offsupplies. t . : M..M..,tli.l.nn.nli!.!,.4..l Tf .1. , ,. Ibis TCrj CTlUCUtlU.,VUIbUVU, II ttlUUi U UK .W visions raised by the South are $15 per toad of her population more than are raised by the North, .how long long will it taice tne rtortn to starve out tne aoutn 1 That is a nice little sum for Mr. Lincoln's cabinet to solve. We must not forget that the South produces annually 4 000.000 bales of cotton, which is always worth in the European market $200,000,000 in solid cash. We of the North have heretofore used 1,000,000 bales of the cotton of the South. But suppose she should hereafter take it in to her head te interdict the sale of a single bslo of cotton to the North, and should put hands in the field only to raise the 9,000,000 bales required for tho European market, devoting the rest of her labor to grain productions of her soil, who can fall to see that then the longer the war would bo protracted tbe worse it would be for us! Instead of starving out them, we would starve out ourselves. Even if we could effectually maln tiin a ten years' blockade of the South, she would be all the time developing her own internal re sources, establishing manufactures of all articles she has heretofore bought of us, thereby rendering herself independent of us in all time to come, and would actually come out of tbe blockade richer than she went in, while we should come out poor Indeed not only drained of our means, and crip pled in bur commerce, but our great manufacturing capital would be entirely broken down, and univer sai bankruptcy would crush both our public and private credit. It will be easy, wa know, for fan atics and madmen to sneer at all this as easy as for dogs to bark at men in the streets but it-is nevertheless a truth which we shall terribly real ize, the way we are .going on, when it will be ever lastingly too .late for repentance and good sen$, either to save the Union, or ourselves. The ques tion for patriots and statesmen to try and solve in this crisis is not, vhat can we do in the way of wor rying and murdering the South! but what shall wa do, lest to serve our country and ourselves Men who rave that they will give their last dollar to punish the South, speak more literally than they realize. Pas sion and reTenge aro not going to punish our ene miea( so much, as they will punish ourselves. War ,thtT? Iaw' and nat f Texai, must govern tne eewea of the case. ' ctalandcomtnerrpraperity which Is slipping from our crasrv Onr Sii.-jL :Jrf. flbloshfo utfand curse our memory tSrt ia'one uuur- yo- turew a way Ifca-inheHtanca of tha Union and tbe-happmesrof iterations. , t "Tji Matters in VirgLnia. , Special Bi-patcS to Us Claclnaatl Egirtr. BArraronr- M.iv 2S. A disna?iT, ri ?x-t t been re'eeived-by tfie- War Department akUnmino from NorfoLktStating that Sewall's Point ttu taken last night, aftes a loss on both sides of -six Irondred men. , The Steamer Adelaide, wnich. arrived" her thi morning- fronr Fortreiy. Jlonroo" yesterday, af- six o'clock P- 51 reports that all was qnletatthat time-. Coli Tanners; Paymaster, trf.tha jsfaiv7Who came up in the Adelaidesaya there was no disposi tion at Fortress Monroe, to. march, against the Vir ginia rebel forces,, who. ats sald'.to bo very strong1, and ready for any attack from any point! There waa no further talk rif an-afiUfmof tdlnarch against iiui, muiuut rcuuurcemenia 10 majce an army of twelve thousand men. These facta lead one ta discredit the report from WashirigtonalthOTigh it is aaid to be published in the papers of that city this Get!. Bailer Arnvtwv if fM-pAa. rm fwterOay ha; took tt force of l,fJ00'rnrtnoved iuL4,?1LfIt0?l0La botdrVnotjenter the vulage, as it was thought advisable for hira not to The steamer MinnMnt. t...vt r . . . it was said her destination wasofT the harbor of Charleston. The Harriet Lane has .also sailed for Charleston. tammodoreStringhaxa had released five schoon ers found at Baltimore, hell by the blockading squadroni . tM . The story of tha .Floating Batterr lvimoff Sew. all's Point is regarded as i hrlxNonfof the tMbaseen good .glasses front-JIeatoe. A gent eman just arrived from Central VirsrinU via Harper's -Ferry, informed m that the news of the occupation of Alexandria had rear-h,! vr.. nasand .Culpepper Court-house. an4 caused arrln tena excitement ataonythe rebels, acdnhe 'droops now demanded io be led oa to revenue Iho'ilLt Jackson's death, and to rescue their comrades held as prisoners. He states that it is not true that the Secessionists have left the Maryland side. Onjha contraryi they may; tear up'a partf of thi track near Point of Rocks, occasioning the detention of the train several hours. A number of burden trains were doraini) t Harpers Ferry tday.. Coal wan the? bulk, of the matter in transport The Virginians allege that the fuel was for the United. States vessels at Waahing- iuu, auiu uuuui not oe passeu. "Mr. Smith, of the road, informed tiem that xneri was not tha fact, but the. coal waa lntpnW fnr tha use of the road. It is expected the trains will be allowed to come through to-morrow. John Merriam. one of th -wpulfWi.. .jutow. of Baltimore county, was arrested, by Federal troops this m nm in rr .hnnt twn nVlnAt- n . 1. .1 r complicity in the burning of the bridge "on the Northern Central Railroad. He wax arrpatAfl wIiIIa in bed. NEW JtOOKs FBAOAS k CO. have Just received the foHowinxnew . Books: SeccMloa.'Coercloa and Civil TVar;,Xliestor A Message from the Seai OTotS, 1 vol. 1 SS. Tbe Crossed Path : A Wny.1 b winx. r.m... Aathor Woman la White; etc., etc fa'her, Son and tbe Pope; pp SS cents, x. HA CAN dc CO. MOTICE. FBOU and after the first day of May pnxj all perron deslria g Renewals of Fire Polletes,wUl be required to ray the nre miaoa In CASH, at the time of such rrcal,. By .werot VTr Directors. AW BuTLER, secretary Tean. Mar. ana Fire insurance C Jajiaa rrab&KK, Secretary Cemasrsbi'Ioxraace Co ap!2-1m rata - SOLDIEU TENTS. fJlHE undersigned Is prepared to furnish Soldier's Tenta at the shortest notice. O Seers organlnnr coir era ales would da wall io rh tA me, at my Mattress Factory. B A COLE, Lebanon Turnpike, 1 milt fr:m the square sp24-lm Nashville, Tennessee. 3Tm Jbfll- &-mrj5LJSr2ST (Successor to Surge & Straus,) V II OLESALE CROCCll. axsasAtxa ix AJTD DOMESTIC FOREIGN LIULUItN, Corner College and Cburcli trect, NASHVILLE, TEXTi E&SKK. HAS now la store a large and well selected stick of Groceries, Liquors, fcc, aad win continue torecelvota large quantities daring the season. His stock now In stare eon cists In part as follows, via: Sugars. KomiUiiMtaxtngu, lOObblsLoverlng'sD.JL, 100 bbls Lovsrlng's D R, Powdered, Crushed, 23 boxes D R Leaf, S50 do Small loaf. ' Coffee. 500 bags prime Rio, 100 do 0.0.?avs. 50 bags prisac ieyrv Molasses 500 bbls Choice Prsatatlon, SS ham is H O Syran.1 COOK do do 35 packages BU Lsia. Sundries. 500 bxx Star Candles, 300 U. do do 500 H bxs Star Candles, 300 do bar Soap, 73 bags Spice, 75 bxs ground Pepper, 300 casks Soda, 100 bxs do in paper, 50 do Iadlga, extra fine, 20 tes fresh Rice, 150 nests Painted Tabs, au oxs xanow candles, 100 bags Pepper, 500 bbls New York aad dale Cement, 50 sacks Race Ginger, 2 eases Dutch Madder, SOU desen Painted Buckets, LIQUORS. 200 bbls Tenn. White Whisky, 300 bbls Deaa'a extra Whisky" 50 do Robertson co do . .uwua n ru & uarr lzsdoOldRye do Scasks Jean LoalxBrandy, 3 do Louis La Berton do SO bbls Cherry Brandy, 83 do Blackberry do 10 do Peach do 40 I IS casks Selgnette d 13 bbls Rum Glar 10 casks Sherry Wine, 25 bbls Malaga do 25 kegs Lemoa Cordial, 10 cases Champagne, K plats, 25 bxs White Wine, 150 bbls fresh Ale, various brasds, 25 hxa Claret Wine, 20 do Loadoa Porter. w ao no Ifewseni's do SO do Julius H. Smith's 014 Reserve Whisky, 5 casks Catawba Brandy, 40 bbls Grape do 25 it Ginger aa 20 da Apple do 25 K esks Selgnette do 10 bbls Holland Gin, 5 do Bwaa do ' 15 casks Madeira Wine, 20 do Old Port do 10 bbls do Ginger do 23 bailets Champagne, pi's and quarts. Tobacco. 00 bxs Va-, aaortcd k rs-iSs, SOObxsTenn., asserted brands, IWdoKy., da do 150 do Mo, do ? 75,000 Imported CIrars, 100,000 Domestic CIrara, teW-tf J. MSWANW. Hawthorn" for Lease to n Gestl Tenant. I Desire to place jny late residence ltf miles west of the Pa He Eqaare In the hands of a good Tenant for a series of year npoaveryeasy terms. Tie premises ecntala aboatlZ aeree superior soil, about half la cnlUmisa the balance in shad an blnegrass. Theboase, wlthSroems.porches.eicelUatctllar ervants hoa.es, stable,well, Ae,..!! new aud I rtifortaM To the Gardener, the Dairyman, er Geutleman, steklaz aeo qalet and retired spot for his family, free from the beat and di of the town, I caa say no place forrentia the vleinltyof Nasis ville offers superior attractions. To tha rieht manlwillmk. in.i,.uui. B'XOhenjttrttl XTJOXNB U3DXRW00B. ascia-u For Kent. FOR the remainder of thai ear tha large Ftore Room lather Hnlon and American Block, recently occupied by Exit at Btxxu. mayio-tr HAY, CORN, OATS Ac. Commission Merchant, Feed J Produce Dealer, No. 24 Fourth Street; between Main and the Birr LOUISVILLE, KY., T7"XEP3 constantly on hand Ltrre supplies of Hay, tram, Hl Oats, Bran, Shorts aad ShlpataSs, ready to 91 1 orders an the shortest notice. Personal attention given to tha sale of Dried Fruits Eggs, Onleas. Apples, Potatoes, Tlour, "Bacon. Lard, Feathers, Ate Orders for Groceries, Liquors aad Manufactured srtklex salt j ted and filled oa the mrst favorable terms. L .eral cash al ranees made on consignments. Janft-U CAIH & CORNELIUS, FUNERAL UNDERTAKERS, 48 OHrOH BTR'XT. Nashville, Marehl7-3ss Tennessee, Youag Men' Christians Association, H n McAllister, P; & S Brightwell, OS; PL Blotm), It W U Morrow, Treas. MeeUogj every Taeaday night U7K JL . S . SIMS, PRODUCE AND COITIZTIIS8ION No. 14 Market Street, NASHVILLE. spl-tf FLAGS I FLA.GS ! J Hang out Your ltanners ! j. XAM now prepared to famish Flap of any rise or sty lev - JOHMLCCK,. stoves! G-rixtosf 2 TIN PLATE! TINWARE! &c, C. TJTTH arenow ta receipt of a very large and choice Klectlan ww nfOn.i wv .,,! Rntiaf Staves. Parlor, Chamber and Office Grates, Tlnplats, Block TlajCopper, Sheet Iron, Zinc. Wire. Pressed, Japaaed aad common Tinware, all ef Vtt very best quality. ne an also stui making that Justly Celebrated Wrought Iron CaetJt Stove, tho OT.-n HIOKOEY which, we offer at a reduced price. Call asd see ot yourselves' No. i&Tioitii Haxitei aireei. augSStf P. TV. MAXBTsk.eO. ChaHffe of LecatleM. B TNneomreltedtogoSouth.eaaecoantor the Dealt dally. A Will DO lUKAVBH .w M m u.v. M U. HI Ml I desotof Pomuexter. aiw m .wro, w Orleans, where I will be pteaseu to see my snrscw, tnq wux 91 Brempt attention to the sale of all property consigned me. My W Pate and JaxA 8craggs,wlll attend to my dtmt m Nashville, aad negroes that cannot bo so" lit Nashville, fey . rtrocting them, willbe forwarded me to Nt 0 tans.' Hopisw, W.trlrt ---.-V . M w... .1 to merit a continuance of the llseral patron i turctofor 1 tended n, I respectfully solicit the favors ot stlt'rlsrM seas In my line, ettaer rorMaj&vme or New Oxl,;s. , aovll-sT WILL. X. iwr J.,' .sf 1 . ., AA- vr