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. FHIDAT MOUN1KC, J. LT 12, 1861.
tUlTlON AffD AMERICAN BUSINESS
-U.U ?r.r i ags cotton, fax, hemp, Ac, sad
crmbcm "to market, where you. can "realize three
centt a pound.
The South wears cut s-ra sutihgocdA than two
,"snch'North?aaa yet the North eaves double the quan
tity of rags for making paper. Lot this H changed
Jtcrcaftor. Savo the rag to make papcri nedtherc
ly save money.
Gentleman who mate call on their friends to be
come candidates for office, will hear in mind that
when published, such calls are charged for at rd
To secure a reply, persons writing this efnee, ca
their own business, should inclose money to pre
pay the expected answer. We receive many such,
which would amount to a considerable daily taz if
we replied to them.
Crrr Affairs. At the regular meeting of the
Common C uncil yesterday afternoon, the Mayor
stated that he had sold the steamer "Sligo," belong
ing to the city, -to parties in Lebanon for sixjhundred
cords of wood to be delivered at the Water Works
which he considers equal to $1,800. The sale was
Mr. Coltart offered a resolution requiring the
City Surveyor to make an accurate survey of Front
Street from the Public Square to Broad Street, which
v Mr. Hatcher introduced a bill granting to John A.
Plshek the use of water at his residence, upon'cern
The Louisville and Nashville Hull road
31 r. Guthrie's loiter.
Mr. Guthrie publishes a letter this morning rela
' tive to the detention of some locomotives belonging
to the Louisville and Nashville Railroad, by the au
thorities of Tennessee, 'within the limits of that
v We do not see that the communication of the PresS
. ident of the Road is more than a weak and disinge
nuous attack on Tennessee for the action of her au
thorities, and a very lame and impotent defense of
the policy which, pursued under his instructions,
led to the detention of the trains and cars in ques
tion. He tells us that "the Company have always kept
at NashvilU all the motive power and rolling stock
required for the business at that place," and then
particularizas as to the number of locomotives and
cars heretofore left in Tennessee ; but he does not
. deny, in any part of the letter, the explicit state
ment copied by us yesterday morning from the
Navhville Patriot of the ."th, that when the -iinorning
train for Louisville left'' on Thursday, "there was
not a single locomotive remaining-'' in Nashville,
"and only a few cars.'1
From the President's statement, we learn, that
the whole length of the road and branches is two
hundred and eighty-six miles, of which forty-five
are in Tennessee.
There are on the road, thirty-seven locomotives:
twenty -two passenger cars; nine baggage cars; one
hundred and sixty bos freight cars; and over one
hundred Hat cars.
Tennessee anil Tennesseans have $1,1C0,500 in
stock in the road;' and yet, had the cars detained on
Thursday been permitted to leave, not one of these
locomotives, and hut a few of these three hundred
cars, would hare been left at the Nashville end of
the road :
The complaint on the part of Tcnuesseee is. not
that heretofore they have not hid cars enough to do
the business offering there, but that after the manage
ment of the road had virtually passed out of the hands
of Uie Direclury and gone into those of Lincoln's agents,
the rolling stock usually kept there and to vhich. in
fairness they were entitled, ita being gradually vith
draxen. and it did not matter to them whether it was
being done witli or without the consent of the i
Seeing that this was being done, and fearing that
tUe rolling stock of the road was being placed wbers
it mtrht and probably would be eaized by the agents
c.!' lue Ailraimsiraiion and used to transport men
and the munitions of war to invade Tenneteee, Gen
Anderson called the attention of he Superintendent
to the fact, and aked to have a few of the locomo
tives left at that place; but the resonable request
was not complied with because the President could
not recognize the rijbt of Gen. Anderson to dictate
the operations of the road in that State! '-There
being no provision in the charter to tho effect that
the cotnp iny should be subject to the military or
ders of Tennessee," says the President, ' the order
(request?) wis not complied with! "
Hie President has nothing to say of the fact, that
there is nothing in the charter of the company to
subject the road to the control of Messrs. Gallagher.
Cotion & Co., into whose bands, as far as its man
agement here is concerned, it had passed beiore Gen.
Anderson made the request which he refused to
comply with, and in consequence of which that re
quest was made.
The President's whole defence of the policy he
has pursued, is based on the right of the Directory,
under the charter, to control the road as they see
proper, which would be well enough but for the fact
that the Directory had ceased to control the road,
not having the power, and probably as far as the
President is concerned lacking the will, to use it for
the benefit of the stockholders or the convenience
of the people.
Mr. Guthrie would probably like to have the
entire road controlled by tho agents of the Presi
dent, whose orders and inclinations would lead
them to withdraw its rolling stock entirely from
Tennessee, as was being done, to this end, where it
might be used for the aggressive purposes of the
But the facts as heretofore stated aro not denied
or explained away ; and until they are got out of
the way, the justification of the authorities of
Tennessee must stand complete. Louisville Courier,
We have not seen the letter of Mr. Gn-nr.nr, to
which the Courier alludes. It ia simply necessary
to refer to the decision of the Jefferson Circuit
Court, reported by telegraph, that the Lincoln
Government "has the right to stop the road,' to
show the propriety and the absolute necessity ef
tho action of Gen. Anderson.
k'outhcrn nights meeting.
At a meeting of the citizens of Knoxville, in favor
of Southern rights, on Tuesday evening, which was
largely attended, the following resolutions was
unanimously adopted :
Resolved, That the manner in which His Excellen
cy Isham G. Harris has discharged the arduous
duties imposed upon him during the last two years,
has increased our confidence in his ability and in
tegrity, and wo cordially recommend him to the
people of the State for re-election.
A full and free consultation in regard to candi--dates
for Congressional, Senatorial and Floatorial
districts, for the ensuing August election, resulted
in the unanimous recommendation of the following
'2-hr Provisional Congress:
Jauis T. Shields, of Grainger county.
ror Stale Senator:
Col. P. M. McCixsa, of Knox county.
.Tas. W. Chambers, of Sevier county.
Previous to these recommendations, W. C. Kane.
Esq , whose name had been previously announce d
as a candidate for Congress, withdrew, and patriot
ically expressed his determination to cheerlully
support an v one who might be recommended by "a
majority of his fellow-citizens.
The gentlemen recommended by this meeting arc
all able and zealous advocates of the cause of the
South, and we hope will be acceptable to the South
ern rights voters of the respective districts. We
ehall place their names at the head of our columns1
and advocate their election. KnoiviUe Register,
An Alexandria correspondent of a New York pa
per says : "While sitting near tho window of the
Telegraph office, writing, a young and pretty wo
man walked past and Haunted a secession flag in
'my face. I asked her for it, when she referred me
t) the Mannassas Junction if I desired one, as there
were plenty just like it at that point."
Metm. Gm A- Oo. have favored ns by rut n
hing us with the New York Herald and Xeim of
the latest dates. They will receive these papers
Cue North IIeln.vo Us. Many of our readers
-will doubtless be surprised to learn that quite a
number ot lllinoieani are in camp near this place
fop the purpose of joininr; tho Confederate Army.
Captain Bradshaw, who is their leader, assures us
that his force will be increased to a full company
so soon as men in Illinois. v ho are engaped in bis
enterprise, can elude tho vigilance of the Federal
authorities The captain is a bold and determined
.man. and he and his men unable to get boats.cros.8ed
the Ohio river on logs. These spiriti d fVllows arp
coijifKrtably located and provided for, and are at
tracting a good di al of attention. 1 hey are ready
and anxious to strike heavy blows against Lincoln
and his usurpations, and only desire an opportunity
'-to show their earnestness and zeal. Clarksviue
Jefersonian, July V.
From (ho Washington Elar of Saturday evemug,
the Cth Inst, wo copy the following characteristic
feat of the Zouaves from New York, the Ellsworth
pets." .Tho aflair was not telegraphed
FontP. M. We .stop the,.preas. to.iay.thtitthe
Ells worth JZouAvea, and other aokliers; ivtve -just;
takes vengeaneo after the-moat anmxasry sort upon
the'house of Ill-fame on Main ATtnue, where their
corarade.waa murdered la night. At tho exami
nation today no evidence could be elicited from the
occuparfU of tho hou3e R3 to who the murder-was;
committed by, and the Zouaves believing there wa1
an intentional ("oppression cf the evidence seemed
to have become eo Infuriated, that in company with
other soldiers, who sympathized with teem, they
proceeded to ''rack the shanty," and afterwards set
lire to the building. The fire communicated to tho
adjoining house of ill fame, kept by Sue Prince,
and all three were soon wrapt in flames.
The soldiers meantime refused to allow any -persons
to interfere to put out thb flames but exerted
themselves to some extent to prevent the fire lrom
extending to the adjoining buildings. Capt. God
dard and the police force were speedily on the
ground but could da litue towards suppressing the
mob of Infuriated soldier3.
About SJ p m , however, the sudden appearance
of a body ot U. S. cavalry, (Company H. Second
.Regiment, Lieut. Ash,) changed the aspect of things
The cavalry with, sabrea drawn, dashed' through
Maine avenue, scattering the mob right and left, and
at the time of writing this, have ncircled the sol
diers, and are making arrests on all sides.
The JVortnurn Propositions for Peace.
A friend has sent us, from Boston, a large hand bill
containing the only terms of peace which the people
of that city will offer the South. He says those
large posters, of which the following ia a copy, are
posted up all over Boston, and seem to reflect the
sentiments of the people. The original hill may be
seen at our office :
coxpiiiox op rEACE reqcieed of theo-cauj:!) seced
ABTiaJ" 1. Unconditional submission to the Gov
ernment of the United States.
Art. 2. To deliver up one hundred of the arch
traitors, to be hung.
Art. 3. To put on record the names of all others
who have been traitorous to the Government, who
shall be held infamous and disfranchised forever.
Art. 4. The property of all traitors to be confis
cated to pay the damage.
Art. 4. The seceded States to pay all the balance
of the expenses, and restore all stolen property.
Am, 6. The payment of all debts due to North
erners, and idemnity for all indignities to persons,
loss of time, life and property.
Art 7. The removal of the cause of all our diffi
culties, which can only be done' by the immediate
and unconditional abolition of slavery.
RArt. S. Until a lull compliance with a'l the
above terms, the so called seceded States to he held
and governed as United States Territory.
The above is the best that an indignantpeople will
accept, outraged as they have been by the foulest,
most heinous.and gigantic instance of crime recorded
The Ulan for the Tiuiev.
Wo have in this issue of our paper, as will be
seen, placed the name of Isham G. Harris at onr
masthead for Governor We do this knowing that
it no less reflects the will of the people of Bedford,
than it meets with our individual approbation.
True, we have differed heretofore with Gov. Har
ris in politics, but these differences have ceased to
exist owing to the critical condition of our country
His manly and bold resistance to the usurping power
of an abolition government in refusing to obey the
call of Lincoln for volunteers and his firm and
unswerving devotion to the South and her interests,
are, together with his experience and capacity 'to
ably represent us in the present emergency, some
oi the reasons why we are for him.
We call upon old Bedford to come out again as
one man, and by their votes show to tho world that
gallant and chivalrous Tennessee is not only proud
of her chief executive, but willing to endorse his
acts which will give glory to her and immortality
to him. rhelhyvilie E"os'dor July 10.
TnB PEon.E RtcnT. A few tory leaders of
Knoxville and King Nelson are about to he left aloe o
in their glory, as the only followers of Andy John
son, and advocates of his infamous plan to intro
duce Lincoln's army ot hireling mercenaries into
Y.ut Tenneccec and inaugurate civil war amoig us.
The people everywhere are denouncing the Greene
vllle Convention. They are. not for separating tho
.-tato. because Andy . I ohns'in and a few of his fol
loweis arc tired with a hellish ambition to rule or
ruin their section of couutry. This crazy scheme
finds no friends among those of common sense
Wo hear from every county, that those who vottd
againt Separation are going to abide by the will of
tho mnj irity,and they are much more ardent against
rebellion and a separation of the State than they
were against a separation from the Federal Govern
ment. The Greeneville Convention and the host ot
falsehoods that emanated from it, have opened the r
eyes to the deception that has been practiced upon
them. As an evidence of thi?, many of the young
men who voted for Union, are now volunteering to
fight Lincoln's mercenaries if it be necessary ; and
we venture the assertion to two-thirds of those who
voted for Union will be found in the same ranks, if
the day of trial should come. They want no war
at home, among neighbors and friends, brother
against brother father against son and will have
none. Knorville Register. July 9. 1
Vert Brave ! A correspondent of the Columbus
limes, writing from Sewall's Point, under date of
June 19, says that on the day before, acting Licnt. I
Col Lomax. of the Alabama Regiment was attend
ing Mi?s fc. and a company of ladies and gentlemen '
along the Ivach at Se wall's Point Battery, and I
when they had approachel as near as they could to '
the Kip Rap. and stopped to make observation, a I
shot from "Sawyer's American cannon'' was aimed,
deliberetsly.at them, which fell in the water, some '
50 yards short, but in a direct line with the group, j
The New Orleans E'dletin says tho Miss E alluded I
to is Miss E Axa, of Mobile, a relative of Colonel j
Lomax, and the gifted authoress of "Beulah." The
exhibition of gallantry from Old Are's minions was
acknowledged by the wairing of handkerchiefs, by
the ladies, and by other demonstrations of defiance
from the parry.
A Vert Old Yov.vj Max. CoL Hartford, Cap
tain of the Leatherwood Jnvincibles, a company of
Henry volunteers, ia now sixty-two or sixty-three
years of age, but too much of a young man not to
have a shot at the Yankees. He boasts that he can
outrun any man within ten years of his age to to
found in the array, and is perfectly assured in his
own mind that he can catch a lix-e Yankee ! In this,
we think the veteran captain is mistaken. Thus
far thry have made better time in that line, than he
over made in his youth. Danville ( la.) Register.
Birds of a Feather. From the first day's pro
ceedings of Lincoln's Congress we see his friends
propose to alleviate Lincoln's perjuries by commit
ting perjury themselves. We are reminded of the
incident m the history ,of a celebrated British states
man and wit, who, reeling home in a stato of not
unusual obfuscation espied an acquaintance, more
overcome than himself, lv ing in the gutter, and com
forted him by saying that he could not help him up,
but he would get riown in the gutter and lie with
him. RicJtmoud JMiig.
Cuasb Kecojimkndixg CosnsGATtox. Tha Irre
pressibles are not only bent on Bubduing the South,
crushing out freedom of person and speech but to
rob all who even sympathize with their Southern
brethren, as will be seen by the folio tvlng sugges
tion from Chase, of Ohio, tho Secretary of the Trea
It will not, perhaps, be thought out of place if
the secretary suggests here that the property of
these engaged in insurrection or in giving aid and
comfort to the insurgents may properly be made to
contribute to the expenditures made necessary by
their criminal misconduct as a part of the punish
ment due to the guilt of involving the nation in tho
calamities of civil war, and thereby bringing dis
tress upon so miny innocent persons. Congrefs
may justly provide lor the forfeiture of the whole
or part of the estates of the offenders and for the
payment of its proceeeds into the public treasury.
Coli.ece Clautej. Colonel John C. Curch. aid
to Major-General Pillow. lCdward G. Parker, aid to
Msjor General Duller, at Fortress Monroe, B. Gratz
Brown, of Missouri, Colonel of a Lincoln regiment,
and Major Winthrop who was killed at Big Bethel,
were classmates Our fellow townsman, N. M
Trezevant, was also a member of the same dial.
President Davk. Belloxc's Review for July
makes the following striking and truthful reference
to this eminent citizen, who is now at the head of
our new republic:
President Pavis is endowed by nature witli many
heroic qualities which fit him lor the great position
now assigned to him by history as the second Fath
er of his Country. A statesmanof large Views, a sol
dier of courage, experience ami boldness, a gentle
man of pure, personal character and exalted patn
otitm. and withal, a mao of generous heart aw
sympathies, his country will hold his name dear it,
all time to come. Contrast him with the usurpei
of the North Hyperion to a tatyr:
Do mt Neglect to I.Nsrni". The ccniparative'
rare occurrence of fires in this city for some tinf
past should net lull our citizens into a state of-coi
scious secutitjr," for there U no telling at whi
moment the dread element may breok forth an
dwellings, furniture, and merchandise become
' In one red buriil blent."
Insurance in the best of Southern Compani'
may be obtained of W. J. Mapb, No. 23 Collegt
itreet. ! .... , -tf.
: , -a. nbllo s9ea&lHo -
"Tho undersigned, candidates to represent David
son county in tho Houso of Representatives In tho
State Legislature, will address tho people at the fol
lowing times and places, iho candidates lor tee
Senate are respectfully Invited to be present :
Barch'a Store, Monday, July 16.
s - fUniley-'Atore, Tuesday, July 1(L -GoodlettsTille,
Wednesday. July 17.
.Sew-Hope Chnrch, Tht-rsday, July 13.
(9mlrtiV4iiiM tVHT Jolrlt. - ' -.
William's Muster Grounds, SarnrilAjyJul r 23.t! J
Tuncunm. aiqnaay.juiy .
Brentwood, Tuesday, July 23. -.
Tank, weaneEday, July
Kingston Springs-, Thursday, July 25.
Apcointsenta hereafter fcr Nashville and.Edjcj-
field. Ira P. Jonts.
Jesse B. Ferqcsox, candidate for Floater in thij
district, will address the people of Robertson coun
ty at the following times and places, towit
Springfield, Monday July 8th,
Cross Piahi3, Tuesday, July 9 th,
Saddlersville,Wednesday July 10th.
iooperiown, lnursaay, July llto
Barren Plains, Friday, .July 12th.
Port Royal, Monday, , July 15 th.
Clark97ille, Tuesday, July 16th
ew Providence, Wednesday, July 17th.
raimyra, inureaay, .July lfith,
Camp Quarles, Friday, July 19th,
Taits' Station, Saturday July 20th,
Sycamore Mills, Monday, July 22d
Astuanu uity, iuesuay July Jad
Mouth of Harper, Wednesday, July 24th
Kingston bpriDgs, Thursday, July Zutn
Robertson's Store,! Friday, July 2Cth.
Goodlettsville, Saturday, July 27th
Spring Place, Monday, July 29th
Stones Lick School House, Tuesday, July 30th.
Nashville, Wednesday, July 31st.
Speaking to commence each day at eleven o'clock.
The public are respectfully invited to hear him.
Wearesnlhorticd toirnoac Gen PAULDING ANDRR-
80 m a candidate to represent the counties of Wilton and DeKtlb
in tae rcna'.e of i ennesree. Juljll-te
We &re authorized to denounce S F. WILSON, of Lawrenct
burg, ac did -te to represent the counties ot Giles, Lawrence
and Wayne in toe aenste oi Tennessee. juiyll-te
We are authorized to annrucce Mr j A P COFF as a candidate
to repreient Davicron eonnly in tne state Btnaie,
We are aahoriz d to announce ALFRED ROBB. of Mont
gomery county, as a csndtdate fur Hepresentauve in the Leelsla
tuns from the counties of Daridion, Robertson, Cheatham and
We are a-thorzed to &anocnce IBA P. J0NK3 a candidate ta
represent .he county ot 1'avldcon ia the luwer Branch of the
State .Legislature. juij.-ie
We are aatherizeJ toannource JAMES U QTTARLlCSasa
candidate to lepresent this District in the Conjress of the Confc-
aerate states. ring juiyi-ie
We are authorize! to announce Hen LEE 21. BINTLt-Yas
a candidate to represent the Sereoth -ongretslonal District la
the Oongrtts of the Confederate States
We arc authorised to annouice A BEAM L. DEMOSS.Ejq,,
as a candidate for Representative from the county cf Darldson
In the next Legislature. Jul3-te
We are authorised to announce JESSE B. FBRflOSON as a
candidate to nprrsent this Flcateri 1 District in the next Leg
islature, com pi sud of the ccunUes of Davidson, Chestham,
Robertson and Montgccrrj. Julj3-ta
We are authorized to announce Gen-WASH. BARbOW, a
candidate for re election to represent the county of Daiidion,
in the Senate of the nest Legislature.
We are authorized and request! to announce W. S. FLKU
IHG as a candidate for the southern Congress, in the Cth Con
rrrssional District, composed ef IransUn, Bedford, Lincoln,
Marshall and Usury. jaly-i-td
We are authorized to announce J0T1K F. HOUSE, of M nt-g-,nery,
a candidate ta re( reset t the 8.h Congressional District
in the Congress of the Confederate fiUUs. jULc30-ti
We are authorized to announce Wm II DeWitt, ef Carthage
a candidate to represent the fourth Cocgressional District in
the FroTislonal Congress of tho Confederate States.
We are uthorlzcd to announce Jamcs II. f mm a candi
dateto rrpftssnt the Fourth Congressional District of Tiaaeesea
In the Prorision-1 Coo-ress ot the Confederate States. tc
Weaie authorized tear.counce W. N. BREWER, as a can
didate for the lower branih of ti e next General Assembly, fron
the the counties of Coffee, uruudy and Vantuien
We are aut-crii-d to announce JAMES J. TURNER, of Ban
ntr county as a cmd date to rt present the rount.es cf Sumner
and Smith In the Sena.e of the next Legislature.
Wc are requested to announce lion. JAMS H. TITOMAS
as a candidate to represent the Cth Congressional District in
tk Gsirrea of tin Confederals IMtes.
We are authorized to annoai ce W N li A KER. of Perry coun
ty a candidate lo represent the counties of Henderson, Decatur,
Uenton, Uumphreys and ferry in the Senatorial branch of the
next Ueaeral Assembly of lennessee.
We are sn'hcrised to annoai ce Col. W II S. HILL, of Wil
t tampon counts, as a cizdidate to represent tho coantlei cf
RuthcrforJ and Wllllim-oa in the Senate of the Leslatureof
We are autho'lled to announce J03HHA W. OWN, Iq
as as candidaie for rvprtntatireo tne Floterial District, com
posed of th9 counties of Willamson. Maun and Lewis, in the
House of Rerescnutivct oi the next Legislature.
We are authorised to announce BAXTER SMITH, Esq., a
cand'date to represent the counties cf Macon, em' h, and Sum
ner in the lower branch of the next Legislature of Tennessee
We are authorised to announce Gen. A. XORTHCCTT, of
Grundy county, to rtprtsent the counties cf Grundy, Warren,
CoSee, Cannon and V an Burea in the Senate of Tennessee.
We are authorised to announce the niece ef 0. C. H0LM&S,
as a candidate to represent Humphreys and Benton counties in
the lower brane of the next Gtntral Assembly, subject to the
salification of the will ot the people.
Wc are authorised to announce Isaac C. Gahristok, a can
didate to represent the counties of Coffee, Grucdy and Van Bu
ren. In the lower branch of the rext Letlslature if Tennessee.
We are aothoriezd to announce II. P. Baoov, of Jackson
ceunty, a candida-e to represent tte ct unties of Jackson, Macon
and White, in the Sen tecf Tetnessec junelJ-tw&wte
We are authorized to announce M N ALEXANDER as a can
: : . . : T1, . . .
it- iepreenUU.einour ntIrfgulurefortheDUtrIct
1 of the eouties of Smith, Macon and tcmner.
SrrruL Notice. Messrs. Jons Mowtow t Sox,
saddicrs and harness manufacturers, Nq. 4S Market
street, request us to announce that they -will give
immediate employment to fifty hands. Any sad
dler or harness-maker capable of making a good
stitch with black was threads and two needles, can
do the work required, and make the very beat of
wages. The men are wanted at once.
AVe nic now Sclllnsr our stock of
HATS, CAPS, BOKNETS
WHOLESALE A2D RETAIL
Everybody is invited to call immediately as vro
aro beund to close out our stock at any sacrifice.
Don't be tardy if you want bargains.
I'OBTETt, JoUSSON fc Co.
Over Hardy's Auction rooms, No. 12, Public Square,
FRESH ABB1VALS OF
Grey Flannels, ,
Hats, Ac., A-c.
junel.--lm "WM. S. EAKIN & CO.
military Goods at Wholesale Onlf.
We have now in Btore, and are daily receiving
Dark C-i Navy Blue Cloths;
ListhtC-4 " "
Gray C-4 Cadet "
" $ Satinets
Blue J ".
Gray Wool Tweeds J "
" Flannels "
" Over Shirts
White Flannel Shirts and Drawers;
Black Italian Cloths;
Military Buttons StafT, Zouave and Infantry.
Orders solicited. Terms cah.
Also, Coifs Navy Pistols.
IRBY MORGAN .fc CO..
Wholesale dealers in general Dry Goods,
Clothing. Notions, &c ,
No. 7 & 8 Public Square, Nashville, Tenn.
HAVANA SEG AR SI
JOIt.- WIIUIEL.ET. 33 South Market St.,
Vaabvitlct Xcnn., 20,000 Imported IIa
rnnasJ RECEIVED FROM SA VjLXA.
lntct News from Old Virginia I
32 South martlet Street,
tVherlcy KocK City Clictvltig- Tobacco
Made from tho PURE ASD KATURAL LEA1
without AXY ADULTERATION.
Fimuit, Di3MiiEs & Co. aro opening a most beau
ful lot cf Snoea of all kinds, especially for Ladle
nd Children. Call on them, ladies, they are beauts
il, and they tell them very low for the Cash I
Fon Rext A desirable suit of rooms in the
Jnion and American Buildings. Apply at this
office. . ,, dec29-tf
v- rr .tsrr -
la eijtrleaesi Nsrss sod Itaait Ptrsidaa,"Jprtit2ts to
ctics of EctiitiJ.ter
FOR CHir.DU.ESi TEETHING,
which greatly facilitates the process cf tttthlng, by softening the
gums, reducing all Inflammation will allay all pain and ipu
modlo acUon, and la
STJB TO KEGTJL.ATE THE BOWELS,
Depend trpinltjEitttrijIt tnii five rcji is jozjulra, a
Qcllcl ana noaltb to your Infantj,
We hare put bp aa old this artlela for ores ten years, and
OAK SAY, IH 0ONTIDES0E AXD TRTJMH ef It, what we
have never been able to say of any other medicine ME VI tt
HAS IT VAILED, IN A SINQLa IKeTASCE TO EFFECT
A CURE, when timely used Kerer did wr know an Instance cf
dissatisfaction by any one who used it. On the contrary, all are
delighted with Its operations, and speak in terms of commenda
tion of Its magical effects asd medical virtues We speak is
this matter "WHAT WE DO KNOW," after 'en years experi
ence, end fiUdQt mr rtpt-tationfor tit fulttUsnent ot icAof
los Jura declare. In almost eTery instance where the Infant it
suffering from pain and exhaustlon,reIlef will be found In fif
teen or twenty minutes after the syrup is administered.
TbiSTaluable preparation Is the prescription of one of tht
most experienced and ttUlul Auric in New England,
has been rued with never failing encceu In
THOUSANDS OF CASES.
It not only relieve the child frem pain, but Invigorates
stomach and bowels, corrects acidity, and gives tone and eservV
to the whole system. It will almost instantly relieve
Griping itt tbo Bowels and Wind ColIct
and overcome eonvulsons, which, If not speedily remedied, end
In death. Wt believe it the tett and tvrett remedy in tht
ifor"J, In all cases of Dyienterytai DiarrKota in Children,
whether It arises from teething, ar from any other cause. We
would say to every mother who has a child suffering from any
of the foregoing complaints do not let your prefadlcet,
nor the prejudices o tters,,atand betwe nyau and your suf
fering child, and the relief that will be sure yes, abtotuiel)
tare to follow the use of this medicine, if timely used Full
directions for using will accompany each bottle. None genuine
unless the fac simile of CURTIS & PJsBSINS, New York, Is
on the outside wrapper.
Bold by Druggists throughout the world.
Principal Office, 13 Cedar Streets N.X.3
PRICK ONLY 23 CENTS PES R0TTU.
oc CO d.tw&wlylns
Dll. KINO'S DISI'ENSAttl
DR. KINO, formerly of New York, for the I
four years of Louisville. Etntuckr, and who
devoted his attention to tht treatment of private diseases for over
thirty yerrs, flatters himself, having attended to a practice fer so
many years, and cured so many thousands, he is etitbled to cu
all diseases of a private nature, no matter bow ba they may be
from inj a didoes medical treatment, or frcm neglect o f their own
iT. King S lISpensary uoo.u vrounca abrcefc, uebwecu vuerry
and the Square, where he cures all diseases of a private nature-
Qoaoanxa cured without usurious medicine or Interference
Btxictcxxs of old or recent date, effectually cured In a few
days, by an operation which causes no pain. Where a stricture
exist, health cannotbs enjoyed Perhaps no disease causes more
mischief and undermines the constitution s- much.
Sirmus, with all the diseases of the skin, growing out f n
lect or bad treatment, can be effectually cured in a tew days.
Szm-jul Wxarorzas, particular attention having been given to
this disease, and a I the consequences grewin out of It, brought
on In many cases by the destructive habits of inconsiderate
Youths and excessive Indulgence of the passions, a neglect ot
which will undermine 'he constitution, rendering the subject un
fit for business or society, atfd causing premature old age.
Females who may bo laboring with any difficulty of the Womb
may rest assured cf immediate relief.
Persons residing abroad, by writing and stating their case, with
a fee enclosed, directed to Dr A King, No. 23, Dcadrick street,
Nashville, Tenn .will ha ethr necessary medicine sent to their
address, with necessary directions. Strict secrecy observed OSce
hours from 9 o':looi in the morning until 9 In the evening.t
JjiunaCttycvre or Seminal Wcalincii, Noc
turnal Lmmlisious, JmjxUnryt leu of Power,
Paint in the Bad, Stcn in tht Bladder, Oditructed
and Difficult Htnttruatlon, and all JHeeatct canted
by deviating from the path of A'aiurt, and indulging
By the use of this "Curs' all improper discharges are remov
ed, the weakened organs cf generation are speedily cured, and
full vigor restored.
Either sex, contemplating marriage, shenld refect that a sound
mind and body are necessary to promote connubial happiness.
In the "Cherokee Cure" the poor debilitated, worn down asd
despairing devotee of sensual pleasure will Snd relief.
It ts saieaa pleasant in taste, Du.immeaiaieinifcSMuoaiCBii.
tTiint no mineral poison, but is prepared from pure vegetable
rrtneti. In the form of a delirious STruD.
Price' 12 rerTJottle. or three bottles for S3, nai and fonrs rdsd
by expiess to an pans oi tne worm
cold by all respeciaoie uruginsts everywncre.
POTTEB & UEBWIN. Proprietors, Hemphis Tenn.
Sold In Nashville bv Swing k Pendleton. Berrr & Demovllls
Q. W. Hendershott, and by Druggists everywhere.
The Ureal nglisli Keiuedy.
SIB JAME8 CLARK'S
CEIiECHATED FE.TIAIi r
fnaretcripttonoj tnr Ciarht,V.D,,PJiy
ilcian XBtraorAtnary to the Qneen.
This Invaluable medicine Is unfallin; in the curs of allttos
f 'Sinful and dangerous diseases to which the female ccnstltutl,
s subject. It moderates all excess and removes all obitrcctisr
and a speedy cure may be relied on.
la luixxrsDa uuuio
It Is vscnUarl? suited. It will, In a short Urns, for
monthly period with regularity.
lach bottle, price Ons Dollar, been the GoTimment
Creat Britsia, to prevent counterfeits
1km PIS thovXd not be taken bv fimaltt d rlno
TIES! 7BSSi UOSmSof Preanancv.attheyareiur
bring on Mitcarrtage,but at any other time they are tae.)
In an cases oi nervous io npinai Auecuons, fain in ma
Back and Limbs, .fatigue on slight exertion, Palpitation of the
Heart. Hysterics and Whites, these Pills will elect a care when
ailomer means nave laiica ana aituaazu a pcwcnwi rcmeuy,
, d uln Uon calomel, anUiony, or anythinihurtfulto
TuUdirrc'loss in the pamphlet aro ndeschpacla;e,whitb
should be carefully preserved.
Sole Agent for the United States and Canada,
N.B. 11.00 and six postage stamps enclosed to any author
lsed agent, will insure a bottle ceatainirg SO pill;, by return
Bold In Nashville by Berry & Demorille asd e. W Htsdei
thstt, Ji O. Bfown and all respectablsdrctststN I
THE CHIEF ASIOKO TES THOUSAND.
D ALLEY'S MAGICAL PAIN EXTRACTOR
MAS onlTersally sopplanted all other Ointments and healing
applications in both the Eastern and Western Hemispheres,
:rer introdawd; and Its Inirimic merit Is the trae secret
of Its success In all culantout affettlont, whether the eaase he
are lnstantl; relieved of their H anguish, pain and nCars
matlon,b7 a timely applies- 9 tlonofthls rxarttZlovtheaUr
and the flesh Is renew as If 5 BJ a eharm, n blemish 01
THE rXIESD 0?X THU HDESiSBT
Children are frequent sat
especially from fluid andg
fore every mother shoald
ferers from external tnjcrler j
Oamphent iaplotiont thsr. J
have this heallnz d reparation
sots ErtatU. andes nlcklvre- I
W0K1I, to pretalent in tht
70TKAT-5LER8BTO S3 A AND LAND.
The Hacilnlit, the Tra- 55 velsr, and every other Indl
vldnal whose lot In life throws him within the
chaaMofacddentfrosaeCTfo-B iiVm,r.ora fists 'should
In mind that this Msle? Eitractcr Is hlsTxst and only
friend. It Is both nortaMe? and cheat), and shonld ever
be his companion, as a friend in need There are thousands
of living witnesses to testify a to Its marvellous virtue, who
owe their sound limbs aad J msscles to its saving efficacy
The followingare a faw ofj thtleadlnadlteaiettormlilti
D ALLEY'S MA0I0ALPAIN5 XXTBAOTOBlsa PEET1V
TIVB as well as CORE: Q
Burns, Eryjlfslas Seresofal htsdt
Bruises, Ilitnls, Shotwounds,
Bolls, rrost Bites, Bcrorala,
Broken Breast, Terer Sores, Scurry,
Bites of Beptiles, Jelonr, Scalds,
Cancer, uiandnlaruieeasei. ecurr,
Cracked Lips, Mercurial Sores, Scald Hesj,
Jhapped Hands, Palnsgenerally, Sprains,
Chilblains, Pimples, Small Poz,
Cramp, Piles, Tumors,
Contracted Ccrdl, Poison, Tetter,
Chafes, Rheumatism, Ulcers,
Diseases ef the Skin, Bashes, Venereal Sores, 4c
Bold at the principal Depots, 14 Broadway, New York,and21
and 151 Cbartres street, New Orleans, by J. WEIGHT t CO.
General Agent. It can be obtained ef all respectable Druggists
and Merchants throughout tbi United States and Canada.
An experienced nurse and female physician, hat a Soothln
Syrup for children teething, which greatly facilitates the proces
of teething, by softening the gums, reducing all Inflammation
will allay all pain, and Is sure to regulate the bowals Bepend
upon 11, mothers, it will give rest to yourselves, and relief and
health to your infants. Perfectly safe in all cases Bee adrer
Usement in another column oetSS-ly
Messrs. Clark, Gregory & Co : Cents: I pu-chased two bottles
of your Ambrosial Oil, which has glren c tire satisfaction in
Collo, Toothache and Headache.
Messrs. Clark, Qragory & Oo Nashville, Tenn t Gentlemen! It
gives me pleasure to tell you tlut your Ambrosial Oil bat given
ce great relief, and I may say, more ease than the cse cf any
1 have used se bottle asd one half of your Ambrosial Oil,
and from the ease It has gis en me In ny Rheumatic suffering, I
would not be without the ether bottle and one halr for any price,
provided I could not get an more. Respectfully.
W. 0. l'CBSLEY
Einggold, Ga Sept 3d,18S9. apll-d&wSw
A PERFECT AND COMPLETE BEXEDT FOB
sDnDDIl'f OB TAX
1 rVHIB Elegant Preparation renders the Skin soft asd fresh,
5 imparting to It a Marble Punty. It is most cool and re
'reshlcg If applied to tbe face after exposure to the sun, and
111 give Immediate relief to the 8tlng of Insects. Nothinsr
oiseneus enters into its composition. The contents of a bottle
might be taken without harm. Itt application every vighl
for a utile, tcCJ cure the writ cate of Pimple.
Sold every everywhere Price Fifty Cents a Bettle.
W. J5. HAGAN, Proprietors,
. ' . -
grEeadi fssyuu u.a Prof 1 Hot ft-adTerttwscc! t ft osu"'
taper. Bead Hi it will Interest you. " - -
HOF. WOO i
il precisely trtrat lis sun Indicates, fer, -while pleasnsi
I to the taste it is revivifying, exhllaratls;, and strei ghr
lemag to tea vital powers, it also revmset, reinttates
'and reccra the blood In all Its origtsal purity, and tics
.restores and renders the system Invulnerable to attacks
cf dise&ss. It is the only preparation ever offered to the
n aii. 0 chemically and sxiuruiiy ecmcl id to as to os
Itho most powerful tenic, ard rat ta perfectly adapted!
J ti cto ceil perfect ccccrdance isiih tht lawtcfi
t nasre, cxa aenct ttctxa i&t rstaoeticaae,v, ana
I tone Bp tho digestive organs, and allay all cervtus and;
other irritation. It ti also perfectly txhiliratlss la its
effects, and yet Is never followed by laesltude or depres
sion ot spirits. It is composed entirely of veretablesl
ami tnoie tnorougniy comntnins powerrui tonic and
SJ soethlng properties and consequently can RCTer Injure.
. Such a remed has long been tele to be a desideratum In
'the medical world, both by tha thorouzhly skilled in1
medical science, and also by all who have su ered from,
debility ; for It needs no medical skill or knowledge even
to see tnat dtcmty ioiiows all auacxscl dlseass, and
iS lays the unguarded system open to the attacks ctmacy)
cf the most diaercui to which ccor humanity Is cca
T stantty liable. Such, for narrn-le, as tha follc-ring-l
til Consumption, Bronchitis, Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Loss
tot Appetite. Falntnesi.Nervocs Irritability,! euralgia.l
0;raipsuuoaol ice ueart, ainancnoiy, uypoccndna.i
Night Sweats. Langncr, Olddlnees.and all that cla-s of)
cases, eofearfaUyfatsJituaaitcnded to la ttoc called!
Female Weakness and Irregularities. Alio, Urer De ; LJ
1 ra . gmenU or Torpidity, and Liver Comp!alni3,Dieascs m
of the Kidneys, rcaldini? or Incontinuenceof tne Urine, iyI
or any general ucrangcmexii oi uie unmixy rgans (
Pain in the Hack, bide, ana between tne snouiaers. pre
dispositin"Jlight Colds, Hacking and Continued Cough
E satiation Difficult; of Breathisg, and indeed we might
enumenue many mvre still, but wo have space only to
sy, it will not only cure tne debility following. Chills
anil Fever, eut prevent an aiucxs arising irom mias
'matic I'iBaenctaand cure the diseases at oncejt already
'attacked. And as It acts directly and persistently upon
'the LtlUrv ivtem,arouiir.e the Liver to action, promo-
Itinic.in fact, all ti e excretions and secretions of the
O'quencea following upon change of climate and water,
.hence all travelersshould have a bottle with them, and
I -1 1 . , ,. ,.v. . , . K! . .nftnnfnl . f 1. at tuvfnm Mtln.
Hurn.iiwiiiiuiiiuuir fiEiuit ujr uciu luui ujiuo-
As It nrevente costiveness, strengthens the digestive or
gans, itshcuM be In the bands of all persons cf seden-i
tarj habits, stuocnis, Euais.cr, literary men. Ana ail
ladles notaccsstcmed to much out door exercise should fn
always use it If they will they will find an agreeable
pleasant and efficient remedy against those Ills which
rh then of their feauty; for beauty einno exist with-
cut haittL, and health cannot exist while tie above ir
regularities continue -j.l.cnKgui uie.oruiai,.sapr-l
feet Mother's Relief. Taken a month or two before the, A
final trial she will pass the dreadful period with perfect, IJ
'ease and safety There is no mistake about, this Cordial I
iiall wed Imforlt. Mothers, try it I And toy saws, j
ppealto detect the Illness or decline not only of your O
dacmtfri before it Is to late, but also your sons and
husoands,fer while the former, from false delicacyyiften
goesdownto premature gra erauernaniciuieiroon
Iditlon be known In time, ILe litter are tften so mixed up
A 'with the exdteoentof business that If Itweren Jtfor you
LI they too would travel in t e same aownwara pain, untu
v too lite to arrest their faal fall But the moUer Is al
a ways vlgllent, and to yea we conaiently appeal: for we
U are sure your never falling affection will untrrlngly point
" von to Prof Wind's Kestcratlve Cordial and Blood Fn
ova'oraa the remedy which should be always on hand M
n time of need O.J. WOOD, Pruprietor,4 Broadway, jl
New York, and 111 Mariet street, St. Louis, Mo. I
Sold bv all stood 3rti(-glti. Pries OneEollar per Bottle.
Sold in Shvm.cj a PENDLETON & 00.
BERF.T &. DEMOVILLS,
BROWN Sl EVAB,
DEJIOVILLB & CO.,
and all good DruEgliU tn the city.
tilad News for the Unfortunate!
THE L05G SOUGHT "FOE
.Discovered at Last.
An nnfaillns Specific ror all Disease ol
tire I rlnary Organs, and a. General
Alterative and Blood Purifier.
THIS " REMEDY' CUKES WHEN ALL OTHEB
It Is entirely unlike every other medicine prescribed tor Tene
real Diseases, as It contains c mineral poison or nausMst
drugs being prepared from roo'sl barks and leaves. In the I ins
of a pleasant and deHelous Eyrup.
It is14 nature's own remedy" for Gonorrhcea, (Clap) oleet,
Gravel. Btrictore, and Is tipedaUy recommcaaed hr yioorAJ-
1 bus, (Whl
:s, (Whites in remales,) fer uus compiaiii i- u u..
. i .i.,t,- nnriSer. it has no eou&I.ana
does not fall to euro scrofula, secondary syphilis, Jf1a-Ji
swellings, mercurial and all eruptive diseises", curing them
more speedily and permanently than any other medi
cine known. It does this by purifying and cleansing tht
blood 1 Causing It to Cow In all Its original purity and vigor,
thus removin; from the system all impure and pernicious causes
which have induced disease. . ,
In all old cases of Gonorrhoea and Gleet, that have taSed all
medical still, It is especially recommended in old cues it
never falls, and recent ones It cures from one to three days. A
few doses positively removes all scalding heat, chordea and
'"Ht'dcdi not tle:t tii triith er lnttrfire with say class o
It requires no assistance from other medicine.
Item lay on the toilet t bte.er In fut conntlcgroon, with
out Its e, er bong sarpected as a " remedy" fcr priva dis-
A Treatise en Venereal Diseases, with nil direction! for their
permaaent cure, accompany each bottle.
lor full directions get a Circular free beta any dmgittia
the United States. t ......
It is sold at retail for 1 2 per bottle, or three botilei for o
by all responsible drurgists and dealers In me tidies thraughsa
the United Statts, and at wholesale by all wholesale drurgists.
POTTEIl & ItlEllAVi;, Solo Proprietor
j KEJ1PIIL5. tex:i.
I Bold In Sashrille by 0. W. Hendershott, Brry & Eeaov
Itwlnz & Fdltto-;, and by all responsible dicfriits e
j where. cctaSdtsiwly
Flruplo llanlabcd !
races Sl-ide Clear I
B7 one -Jir-i's use cf the SagnalUUal-ni A Ftly ham
less bat elejraat and tlectuol prepiraUcn.
Price 33 cents per bottle. Soid everywhere
TfEltAaAS t CO., Prtprirtors,Troy,J. T.
Xorlt Glossy j and
By mini nelmstreet'i Jnimilaoit KesiorsUTS. Don't use
anything else on your Head.
PrlceSOc and ti per bottle. Sold everywhere
V7. E. HAQAN ti CO., Proprietors, Troy, 5. 7.
Set an advertisement beaded ,
ttYOD I.OOK. IN VAIH."
IMSUKAKCE COMPAKY OF THE
STATE Or VIIlGIS-fA.
Paul np Capital.
Kcad' Til is J
IMrOHTASr TO MEECHAS. OPlKiyH01DBBS
A:D TAETIE3 ISSCBISQ.
The GrMXiL. Anr-rrof the Insuarce Company of tha
of Virginia, invites the attention of citisens of Tennessee f
fact that he is now
to represent this first lus tad in every way.
IIELIAKLE IXSTJKASCE COtIPA?T.
Where Stock la net "partly heltl ly Snthern mVb
It Is wholly identified with the - oath, and Is a St facto
slaving eomplied with the Law requiring
n 'the hands cf the Comptrcller as security to Tennessee Poller
holders, which Deposit will cot be inputted by any contingencj
in view of the p- tsent
XInscttIca Mutoot the Country.
FEtronglnducroents are offered to INSURE IN THIS COM;
PANY at as LOW BATES and with as PROMPT SETTLEMENT
0 -LOSSES reofleredby any Northern Companies.
Policies Issued and renewed and losses settled at tnis Agene
H. K, tc P. P. PECK,
Colonnade IIuildlnRS) Nash-sillesTcnn.
A Good Cook, Washer and lorn, on without Inenmlranc. sot
uoless known to be No One.
Apply at this office.
June 25 Iw
CiTTHaU... Jnxe2l,lW51. -
TAX-PAYTBS are hereby noUfled that the Taxes fcrCorpo
ratlon purposes for the rear J6C1 will bedne. aceeidins;
to law, on this Isr ef July, and t) at they mutt call st the Col
Irctor'r office, sppr end of the Market House, aid pay the
same. Th rccessitles of the Corporation are such that very
little Indulgence em te given. Those l"ter sled will please
take warning. A. NELSON, Collector.
NOTICE TO POLICY HOLOKR8.
FROM and after this date, srd until fcrUer n.ttce, tht War
Clause will be InFerted In all Open Policies Issaed by the
Tennessee Marine and Fire Insurance Company, and the Nash
ville Commercial lnsarai.ee Company.
Secretary Tenn. Mar. and Fire Insurance Co.
. Secretary Ccnmerciil lorarates Cetipiar, -
I FROM SiUkAR)
important mora KICIOIOKB,
The miliary Called Cut.'
ESArSaZOAB2 GOHE TO-ItCST;
Fiscisi-EifMteb to tis TTcioa asd Ameriaa.
EicrayosD, July 10. The Governor hw iiuucd s.
prcci32ation ordercj the militia of tho couaties o.
Green, UadkoB, Culpepper, Kappahantxs,Falur,
Princo Willutn, Loudon, and Fairfax to report in
Gen. Beauregard and Gov. Letcher have started
to Northwestern Virginia.
FIUHT AT ItliVEBLV, VIRGINIA.
BAMSEFS GEORGIA EEGDlStT EXGAGED.
Sp;ci:l Ilspatch to the KsshvUIe Union and American.
-RiamoND, July 11. Ramsey's Georgia Regiment
had a brush with a large body of the enemy, on
tbe 7th, near Gen Garrett's camp, at Beverly. Ran
dolph county. Sixty to seventy of the enemy are
reported killed, and two on our side. D.
LocrsvirjiEJuly 11 Gen. Scott's suppression o
telegraphic correspondence baa suppressed "Cleve
land's"' Cincinnati Uigvirer correspondence. Thia
is a misfortune, as the only reliable reports thenco
came through "Cleveland."
Tbe Cincinnati Commetcial of this morning has
the following : "It is refreshing after reading soma
of tbo pitiful, whining, sneaking, snarling para
graphs with wljich tho editorial columns of tho
Cincinnati t rupxxrer are filled, to open the Louisville
Democrat or Journal and note the manly earnestness
with which the editors of thoso papers are standing
up lor the Government."
The Louisville Journal af this morning has the
following: "The Courier calls some of Gen. Rous
seau's men hard looking chaps. Well, hard looking
chaps arc often herd fighting chaps. Soft looking
fellows generally figure better in ladies drawing
rooms than in warriors battle-fields.
"The Louisville telegraphic agent of the Southern
Confederacy calls Rousseau's men rasmoSns.
That's ventunngpretting far. The slandered sol
diers acrosa the river may have in them a spark of
something dangerous. A ragamuffin who insulted
one of them last week very suddenly ceased to be a
ragamuffin, for ho didn't have a rag left upon his
Arrival of tho Canada.
Nett Yoke. Jnly 10. The steamer Canada haa
arrived at H illifa.x with Liverpool dates of the 23th.
The ne w Lord Chancellor took his scat under the
title of Lord Westbury.
The British naval commander aro not to recognize
the closing of the New Grcnadian ports.
Cotton Sales Saturday, 15,000 bales, of which
speculators and exporters took 8,000 bales at full
prices with an advancing tendency.
Breadstuff quiet and unchanged. Provisions
dull. Consols 8Dt($S9i.
Havre Cotton sales of the week, 3,000 bales. New
Orleans, closing active, with an advancing tendency.
New Orleans Tres Ordinark lllf. Bas 105. Stock
at Havre 315 000 bales.
From Western Virginia.
Bcckhanxon, July 10. McClellan rcpoita that the
Southerners are entrenched within two miles of
his camp, and directs that all forces within a radius
of forty miles shall join his column immediately.
Sr. Locis, July 11. The Democrat says Seigel had
1200 men and ten pieces of artillery. The South
erners had C000 men including many horsemen and
seven pieces cf artillery.
The battle in which" Col. Wolf was killed was
fousbt Saturday, SO miles lrom S-rin8efd.
Washisotox, July 11 The mails are entirely dis
continued in Middle and West Tenneisre.
Bauixohe. July 11. Col. Thomas haa been in
dicted iur piracy and treason.
Lochvjlle. July 11, The Court decides against
Brady & Davis in the Railroad case, and that the
Government has a right to stop the road.
Bcckhixson, Va.. July 11th. A reconnoitering
party venturing too near the Southern lines ono wa3
killed and two wounded. Skirmishes during the
past two days have been rather bloody. The South
erners are strongly entrenched, and if they make a
determined stand, a heavy Ioas oflife U inevitable.
McClellan was to have attacked them this morning
TSashisctos, Jnly 11. Sexate. Fe3enilen re
ported the Hone bill for the payment of volun
teers, appropriating Sj,7uO.0OO. Passed.
House bills were reported for appropriations to
carry on tho Government. Referred to Committee
of tne whole.
Stevens hoped the Committee on T5ay3 and Means
wonld have business up. so tbe Houses could ad
journ Thursday next. Tbe Committee 13 disposed
to give the Government everything it asks for
Lovejoy won't vote to increase tho standing
Difficulties regarding the Mexican treaty prt
elude direct mail communication.
QcrsfT Illixois. Jnly 11 The Stato cavalry ap
peared at Monroe station Missouri and routed tbo
Federalists, burning the station house, six coaches
and fifteen cars, and tore up the track on each eido
of the town. A messenger is tere for assistance.
He reports Col. Smith and fifty men prisoners.
From Fortress 3Xonroe;
Fobtkess MoiROE, July 11. The Quaker City, cap
tured the Warwick with 5,000 sacks of cofTco
mostly owned in Richmond.
Milwaukee, July 11. The Banks a:
have -paid the Zouaves 1000 dollars
ghotiog thair fellow citizens.
in gold for
THE Stockholders or the Kashvilla Gas Light Company ars
hereby notified that a dividend of two pe; cent for the pa t
six months has been ordered t be pild on and after the 10th
Inst. JAS. H KENDMCK, Secretary.
I.OITISVII.I-E AND XASnVlXEE
A PASSESOBB AND FBEIflHT TRAIN WILI. LEAVE
Every Jiornlnj nt 7:50 o'clccKt
For Richland (Camp Trousdale) and intermediate
Points; and returning:,
Leavo Kicnlandat :30 V. 31.
Shis armament to coctlnae until farther nstict.
TCP -ny advertisement Ia cocflict with this will be In opera
tire. JA3.0. BALDWIN,
THE crfdiUrs cf William J. Acrte deceased, yon are here
by notified ta file yocr claims, authenticated as prescribed
by law. with Ite Cleik of Weakly county, Tennessee, oa or be
fore the Erst day of November, 1SCI, for pro rsta dlslrlbutloi.
as the claims will b adjudicated for prorata distribution on
This June the 15th, lefili A. W. ACSTETf,
JnuelS-w.-prsfeeaj. Administrator on said estate.
South-Western Telegraph Company
HE Executive eflEce of this Ccrap.ny has been removed
from Louisville, Ky-to this city. Office on Clerry street, la
the buildine; occupied by the "Gaj Lirht Ccmcany "
juljSlm THOS L CABTXB, Secretary-.
JTT Persons in the South desirous cf stEdTry letters to tho
7ederal Government, w 1! pirate dirett the same to American
letter Irprtt o (under cover) esclot Ins; ten cents fcr ear
riage. In the first place. It will require tbe pre payment of
the Confederatepostateto reach Nashville, and a Government
3 cent envelope to go tejond this cit . and the carriare added
as above, ten cents. Lt t It re understood thst the lnilde envel
ope should 'm addicsscd to the 1 srties for whoni it ia iatetdsd,
and the outside envelope ta our addrc:
IO Peieril Goversaent envelopes to t-e had ef ml
city. JSSKISS tMcfJIH.
HAVTXO this day Sjualifiel as t e A tminittntor of ITes-'
ley Wbelcss, deeeiret,all pcrsnns indebted tc h's estate
bycoteorotberwl'e, a e requested to ask- Imoeliate pay.
oent Tlwa hav'iiK eTalns. will present him fo- paymcf
(properly authenticated) to myself or cy fatier. If N Hot son.
wh is fully authorised to receipt for any Indebtedness aad to
psy ail demands anlnst said estate.
, . sCBaNlA WBELX83. Adrfllrlstratrlref
JoJjB la s Weilty Wo tiro. Hc'if
-Ittoaeiary assC Coraaserclai..
TnnuBix Errsra Jttly 11, 2S?i.
Eajinsis at tfcs North ccaticnes graatlj depreta
ed.fad hrga c-mljers of failures arebefsg ctffl-tia-aaliy
repartid. Tha 'war his lihTizviaMj
bard oa tha cercantllo zzi txmrf&ttizinz ItrtorsitJ
cf tho North. 'VTo hara bufora ta tha circalar oi
ilcE-r-i. T.i .m. BrscnrsrA Fm.n. of TtaBriwr. lu'tlm
3d test., in which it k said t "The civil wr inau
I swzl&l his taken up tho atteEtfcn of tho cezatzs-
irj, ana tao glossy cccdinoa r. which eweocatry
S2s ceci Kiis xzx phced, Izs tagged to s!sa sll
extremely cautious is. their operitioaa. Hotwith
etanding, at tbo moment it was proclaimed that
there was to bo an cfieetive blockade of all tha
Southern porta, many articles of Southern produc
tion offered stronginducements forInTetraent,they
were neglected by most operators, and were left to a
few who had 3trong faith in an upward tendency cf
price3, t hfeh has result! In th?ir pecnnlary h3
fl:. Cotton, Bice, Tobacco, end laval Stcrea Lava
All advanced, and hands-ma profits hare Tesuitsd
from the epiraticas. Middling Gulf Cotton ca the
1st of April was readily obtained at 12;gi2c, and
it i3 now firm at llj15c. Carolina Rico, which
was at the aamo date selling at 3J3c, is now sell
any at 5 Jo. Articles of Northern manufacture, and
thofc imported into Northern ports, csed much as
the South, have fallen off in price. Gunny Cloth,
which was selling at 10c cat,h, for standard freight,
in April last, is now dull of sale at Sc cash. Thu
e sports of produce to Europe from Northern ports
have been heavy this season, owing to the failure
of last year a European crops, bat they will soon
cease, as the present crops coming forward, promise
very well in nearly every section of tho East
Much interest is manifested at th doings of the
present Congress ia the matter of preparing for
the pecuniary means to carry on the war, and it ia
very generally conceded that a new tar id will be
agreed upon, with an increase of duties on many
articles. Tea is very firm and there haa been some
speculation in it. in view of tho duty probable to be
placed on it. Coffee, Sugar and Spieea, aa well as
other foreign productions, are firm in anticipation
of the tariff alterations."
The Illinois war loan is reported a failure. The
commissioners got no bids they wonkl accept, and
the negotiation is said to have been abandoned for
The chy treasurer of rhiladelphia, it is stated,
declines to pay the July interest on bonds held by
parties ia the seceded States, or by persons sup
posed to laek ia loyalty to the government and tho
S1. I3I-A.C3--A.3Sr Sc CO.,
41 College street -
Ja-t la retipS ef the taUawlas oesr FaMiei'fesi.
1. ELSIE TENNER ; A Eomanccof Destiny-. By
Ollrer Wendel Holmes, tathor of the Autocrat of the Break
Cut Table. Ia taro to Is, Cloth.
- RECREATIONS OF A COUNTRY PARSON
A srors: of each Interest and merit.
3. THE GREAT PREPARATION; or Rroimnoj
Eiuwrru Sun. Bj Eer. Jno. Omening, D D. tc!s.
4. MR. GILBERT'S CAREER ; An American Sto-
5. THE PRINTER EOT; or How Bra Fiusxus
ii-nx u mux, a example r i eaa 117 w. 3L Bars.
r-HAQAMt CO. have also wt melted tie followtcs: Mil
BXcCIelland'a Bayonet Exercise.
GUhim's .tlanuel of Instruction fcr r.i
onteen d Mllitti of tie CnKedStiies.
JlarrJcc Tacttf .
FISEDJJIKA BKEiJJUEIl'S XewBooit
THAHSLAT2D BT HAKY H0W1IT,
And Pail sis la adTsxee of Its "?cl Kalian in Zn(Und s
printed frcm llary Boirltt's ana llancscript, wnfcnwa
porciased frcn her iy the Axsericaa Pabllji-;
Life in the Old World,
Two Tears In
By FBEDRIKA BREM'ER
Astier cf ''lToraet la th Sew Warld, "Keljibors "j;
Toar Ssters,-"Jaiher and Daugh-er, ets. Jt,
NEW VEAltS' STORIES FOR ,ISfll
EV CHARLES DICSSl'S.'
'A JIcssage from the
BT CHAMLIS DIOKE.V-V
rat received by
F. UGATi &,co'.. -41
t JL; . -
IS ' iu .9
a .(sivi xo.ttb's mi
Zfet'mr nUik td sawcauy TToadcrfal Tbisis'ao-1 a vast ita
BY A. R. VTIG'Q'S
1 VOL. isao.
F. IIAGAX at CO.,
41 College street
Scnow'sj tie view, forSIarch, Janaary asd Tetrca
ry, for sale and sabscaiptfona received by
7. HAQA3 fit CO.
JUST received asd foraaleSOOouneesof eholetOalnias.
JulyT-tf 43 CoUes-e itreet, Nashville.
ISITAItl G. HARRIS, -
Governor or the State of Tennessee
To the Sheriffs of the counties of 2tadi5m, Hayxcood
and Henderson in said a( Geeetko r
YOU are hereby commanded to open asd hold as election,
at all the plates of hold nj elect cos In your respective
counUes,n thelstdsy cf Aagnit, after haviz given tht ns.
ties required by law. for the election of aJudira for taeToar
teenth Judicial Clicnitof said State, to nil the vacancy occa
sioned ky the realisation of John Beed, and due rctuza there
of raake to me, according to law.
In testimony whereof, I have hereunto set By hand
( 1 and caused the great seal of theetale tob aflxeda!
IV. S. Nashville, oa this 3th day ot- Jsee A. D
I J lf.
-' By the Governor: 1SHA2I 0. BABBI3.
J. E.R. Sav, Secretary of S late.
THIS celebrated vat" rinj place will be epeard for the recep
Uenof vbItcraJaa13ta,KCJ. Xlt sabecxttcJio
ful fcr the liberal paticssge heretofore extended t tlse. wi'
make every ef"cit drains: the ensulj. season. ta tfessrve aces
tfeuance of the same The Tab's and Bar. willb supplied wlfi
the best that the country affords. Price ta suit the l&aes.
Ciatru Snows are situated In Trirz eaunry, Ey V and ait
In daily communication with HepklnsvOI: aad Prissewa stares,
ly the way of Johnsons. .
Junci-wit F JI TCQXJA; rrcprlslor.
AST2IJ a Namier 0u f aady Maker. Apely at tit tn
Cash Paid for Railroad Stock.
m fXKTKD to purtbaao loflll at order.one to tw thestaad
VV sasresoflfashraie and Chatlaaeogs, Ballroad Stack.
Boldtri wishlai to k!I. win piean apply to , i. JVi , .