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' ,''?'tr"V " Sg-Eaa-jffl--- i' .ir iiftui' - "' -- NASHVILLE, TENN., SATU0A.Y, FEBRUARY 1. 1862 NUMBER 260 . Cordial JfiH JPIER V THE -GBBAT8T B3H3D IR TJlC Worl, A3B THS M8t LH9 JDellS-ttul Cordial BVEB TAKSN The thoasands upon thoait tads who are dtily nsiflg Ms Lsans Strengthening Cardial, certify that It is absolutely aa ir.rilliM remedy for rSBOTi- T? the shattered sua diseased sys- E Blood restoring the rick, saBcring lavaiU to JSLEAXtfri AJVO STKETiCK. Tiierc; is sio tflistiaite Afeossfi . Fever, Bad Breath, arany dtet WtrieM7er,TWi ot Sow ID 6BKXLI!KSH,do?oa wish So bo Healthy, Stress asd VigoroM ' 2l? LABIS 3 de yea want lh Bloom cf Health to socst .oaCheti arain T then osi j-ce and get J5 ciorVc sercirsrilicKiiisf Cordial aw 3. Blocs! CtIX7 cot a crnsati it is warranted to c'7G ssiijrsclka. I Will rare say disease of the Kidneya, Wom. or Steddtr: Yat g, Obstructed "Meostruatioa, Palling of the Worm, Barree ttzx, cr any disease arising froa Chronic cr Ksrwss Befell!?, t aa inisuiula iitmMy. Uo yc Trtaiyonrdelicste, tlaMy, paD7 Ohildrca, to b; Swltty OTre ca uocatJ 7 itec gi-e u3vn weiJAa o oijijsauiii &(lQ OOBDIAIj, (r ts dire;tioni on 6ftch bUIs) it is ds 'ififeai to Uko. 5r One tsbls-ipooafcl, ta'nv5ry noralng fwtiag, is i ecrt .sitT.Etiys agtiait Okills tz-C rsTtr, Yellow Tctw, OhoiKa cr aSy pravailict; diijaic. JL? eAUTlOJr 1 Btrare o 3raKElAs crDsskrs tfhoass? ?1ei npon yoa n btttU cf Bittora or fl&rraparill. OThioh t&tff cac tay chp,) by uyias It is just as good. Ther tre iaaeaSAES'mccBljtciteilpartcfay sans it dak thti jiiisoecocnoa. irola sac memoes FlKAi tna xarir j4K5anoi s cocipcands ! Ask for Dr. J . II. HcLcan's Strssgtil ( a2nH P.Jl-J TJt.J T ?.v. r.T : rSi- Ti M th B wimw wm win rcriiy soar moou inoroucoiy, scu, sis tiias.STBlSNGTIIiSN and INVIOOEATH the whole csxw'jaticn, It it pat ap is lcrje Eottlcs 1 ptr iottle, or sEimitiszrnr cs. DE. Ji Hi MeL34N,a!e Pror-ristor, Ocrser of Third aad Piae streets, Et. Lcais, M. rFtHSSE his aertr baen a CATEAB2I0 nedisias offered s I the cabiic, that hi3 rima ftias catiro anac:en as 21c tSlN'S TiNivaasAi, pills. iiiai entirely Tisttebis, tlsy are perfectly lanocent and caa MWEeaBytceEiontenierlcrintjyetproaptaas powcnci in sacovuis allEilieas scretione, Acid or Impure, retea aaier tcea theBtomsch. In ftot thsy srtis only Pills Ust S;ald trad in nalarieaz deslrlcts. Shey yroiace no GripiEs, SlctcK or ?aia la ths Stoicaeh or Bowels, thonjh very actiri and ssirchinj in their opsrtio, proaictiES healthy secretions of the Linrssd Sidneys. hu WI1 saffir frsci iiloasnest, II ;i 'ache and Voal tioeich, Bhsa ti ctrep a reaedy caa be oi.ts.iaeJ 1 Sleep ih?a coastsntly cd haid; a single dese, tsien irj wesson, sar prevent hoars: dsys. sadraoaths of sickness. Ask for Lr. J-. E. Slcl-eta's Uaivw Kl Pills. i'aSe no other. Bsiog coat! they are tasislsse. Trlw aly si cents ?.erhos, sod car s? snt iyras,!! iotny ptrt of fej; DISod SSttts. J, H. KriXAtf , gols Prcprletc;, Ccrosr cf ISrd st. Vine rlretir, EJ. Louis, lie. KEEN'S. .s licet EsitsmsLl In t&c 2sr Esta ey es.st. JOTTJiAriBfl il Xccan beinas havefcesa wired a life of it- crspatcile and misery, by the ass of thi? Snveluabls Llal- rjiit. It nr!U raiiev? JMJXi! Illicst iBEinuinaaiy, suu will cleaaee, tiarily sad tcsi the rosiest BOBS in an incrsdlblt Start tine ScLSAK'S TOLOANIC OIL LIHIHHKX vrtii re eve ths rnoti laveteraU csss of Bheacjattan, Goat c- Ken RSE291 A sSe?JU : 3k& M b" Sfr wiil ca Errs Shroat, JHSuacho or iZjraow 5ry it, tad yoa vill find it 3 ladispearifcla xtzti? -c? ftlrys on naa. ?LAh: wlfl B a ? sS Proprietors (.news? r & D 9 fTisr-ri EscTAiiis pijsttatsg acd and r.s le 1 1 crdcr-, Being practical asohaalo, thcrcc;hiy coierrtandas tfctarywd practici of Billing opsrs'.ici.!. liiUsrsvad Jil. wrights will find it to their InU-rsst to niire r- s.sjV- e pristsbercie pnrohssisj. Ai; stcds sclc t-j r: irrtsitsit rfw ettiifsciicn. All CI5rss23CfKtsIaerJ?ICr:.?-it3ax; V.. i.Yi" OerOoIUcs: i ' -ls..Kajfcv!Il-Ti'u siiSas-nilisa. .hi tw&wly Tor Eieass to a Qood Ka wilier 11 ... .-... - late rMldeneelW alias west ol tha Pal 1 lit Bnixe In tie nandsofa good Tenant for s. scries cfyeur L, Ta?r easy term. T prtmises contain aboat 1-2 acres SwlTMboatkslfln calrlion the balance insteu Si"rra The house, with 8 roems, porches, escelltnt csllai v.nTi,M. rtable, well, &c. are all new and coafcrtabl Totherifht raanlwUIasii the tercu acceptable. Jfi $4, Xcrjsteet 2UG3N3 TJK3SB7700 awls and 10 Public Squaret Kasli-srills Harness Itlasmfactssrar. j4C 1 nn -T.il Turin Harases of (tvsry ciris aad casJliy kp: '?C&4 UifeinSl (cm! for Galls, W, Chaf; Ealnt LuuU. Ko 1ST A frnnstt liillstones nf sli tv: oct R-fc vim H5!H n3r!7,ff. Pilnr." Clott (! Saifs, DatcX anchor brand, fceltins, fcclstiaj. and rsisi-.tog axri- serene wire, picks and plaster Paris, iz.i inpcutr l fro O t r.-jaifaslBrr:, which eaaUtt a So Mil btt articU ! L. HO'WBRTOW a . constantly on hand and nanafac tared to erdsr. Alw, - aVrsT-Ooliart,-Kipa4 Ho; Collars, Bridies, JIalterr, iestrtaterliis acd the fiaeit workmanship, all of which will b sal ici chcan as can ds ooapos aaywasre in io uuiko hi . 5oO.L. llOWESTON'S BarnsM has been awarded the V?A irmiss at the leaaease Bute J air, kw swinwiocy oiat ILJsJratBoiRiag wreen.ct ice ussibbs wmw sstl Arristutcrai eooic;? bi ssrB"Sl-t - Bsrona taking ti AH? B' TAKING TBS Elixir ! qgJBRATED REJUVENATING ELiXIE! FrspiredoathestrlstMtrtSlPria'tyaa! sfttw GiciftJ cJ th sxt. rpniB U altoctthjr . : 5i?ailaJi tas uralJ ol nadirs H. discoveries In ta vts" """1 a taureiy asw tad asttrsct jcswoa ci u,u "j-cajsiivo o tu ten 01a tna tub cut systens pabllsstar assompiisasa qnacia 10 me ruier Ingi . Wright, wU kno)Z io deception practised upon tie nainitiatei, fslt it hU duty 1 poe to havs this Elixir tested by tha TTCOlS iudicaliecciiyi'"1'', n"oai srea oao cissenuae reice, hvs civsn ia Gsirsoscaas to its perfect znA undivided control oTer the whio p&yJri jnaa wnca nia Jiame cas besa redacei 'r''fciT fsring hasianity at tiiy thisg &s: e-mcais tts foUcwteg tisasaaes assisyj $s-:j.l sad PiydM1 Bt?rsi$!ia, XasiKilliTj , 3JKrsfestIoa of E'.eod fr Us OaEfssedMjsj, Kys4iris Aeseccs of -!swacy , Irtjj ef Aprs""' U BpWtE, K:sairaticn cf the Organs ei Sasratioa, rslrftatlon of tha Hewrt, A-,3. in ftet. !Mb csasczatinU of s norross &sd dztUHsUd ;'.;ta cf the Sjitss.- As a stiiuwlaal, n !i nuile ',5in.t fica Slcoholis nrfnaratloES. 11 Is not sab jeci to rcsctioas ia say ri?c 5 it coatinces to erert Ita infiacra rradaally acd efficisatiy, es leaj u fee least nsosssity eslrli for fx. . it is equally poTrerfal and etjctlve, and restores the KjoIIlbrlusj sooner aad Esfer than all the jjther medicines which for ysan Save Coodsd the nsrkef , sad wnich are only Injarioas, In pis sf acsittiag or rcaovatia; the coastitntion 1 for a very good rea son, too, that thsy are only mdt front the evasions of Binds sncraat or me aeacsi prcicsnsa aitogetacr. Ko IlittcralsX In. TTrijfct thlais it well to Kaka his profetsionsl chsractti 02 the fact, that no minerals whatever form tha les:t cosjnonsat p&rtso; ine ingreaitSH ot c lajavtaatine Slizlr well know ing what rale Xas been KtiUIeion the community by opian and ercary. Qencrally, to -the debi lite led, Dr. H"riznt wonld ssv. Never acrpair. ar . r nop worn aowa yon may bs, no matter how veak yon are -no sailer what the canse say have teen ftrsakg at once whatever has Ud yoa to depart from Hyrionlo srlccislas ISM OSS Aad yea will soon find soumlf a new men a nrWa iari;d o ie reverse, to soar friends, aad s health?, tnr.nd. r.nd worih Kj Price per bottle, or thr tcitlss f S5, ard tszTnxZ d by mail to ill czrts of the Cnitea filatrs. Bold iy all reroestable d mnrfrta thraffhct th T7:Ui5 K!.tsi auj uanauas. xce caee sapyuea art a llSiral AiM0W.t sx zt3 by thsnroarfetors, J. -i:iEX &. CO., W ud 151 Ohartrec tli, New OrI;EE3, Ii5l jJsldiaKsdifm5bye.l?'.nndsrifcott,Berr7 & BsaoTI E & Pcniktsa, ttSWI wepsrsiblj dzeggistj. cetf A3S WIGWAM TO MIC. rHSSS dsltdoasandfir-fanedEiUsrs&ra rtaoamcndJd by I the) Tirit Physlcaa ef the eosntry, on aoeannt o thfir rrmirx ahp heat hjdioinal vibtss. Fh& tre olstSeatt rf atster to the taste, and are prosocaeid ihs beet Tonic sad Stimnltat vr offered t the pablia. Their curative powers la tares 0! General Debility, Lew ei AppetlU, Constipation, etc., ire unparalleled- ind a o gnsrsn e that wo feel warranted In ciahaia? wtat w do, ws bsj leavs ;o state that oar ssirrtiocs are enuorssd by PreS. HAXSS, c ElRfc-aacJillscltU, tad hundreds of others. ?or sale by Grocers, wins pi i. ana iotstih f-iaripal Dpat. 14S WalK Wtw rorh, t w ' fiSSUEANGS C IS F JSL It , CAPITAL 8100,000! ALL PAID IN. tmcsat Ho.3!j,comtr cf Cedar siresl ancl JPtiblie Quarts ILL tiks risks ?sslart Lo or Danigt by Tiro on Eallt lnr... Rccde. T?crcs and Ksrchtadise centrally. Ali, Ehipmsntj agalnsi ls cr dsns by Sw aad r!M to sxi Hnan UcCeri, JS31G SnTTJjjf!. ISC? SMi.?, J23 Wees?, X. 0. MsNaitr. AlL-BZAN3f 7ALL, Fr6iWii tiEESndlG T5AUCH. CAS-IJUjI' "o ka, ELflTNASSAS CfDICESXEF. JTJ.T ed from the press, Leesbarg. March dedicated to General Etsas; asdBUie Quickstep dedicated to President Davie, whicn are, without exception, the be;t pieces published in the South. Bend aad et a copy only 40 cents etch or three for 31 CO. Also third editioascf Oak EiUPlkai dedicated to Cen. Mc Culloch, and Macaisat Quickstep, dedicated tc tha army of the Potoxaae, each 50 cents. Call cr scad to . U JA1ES A. McCLTjRB, d7-tf , Music Publisher, Nashville and Memphis, t,s&at&iMjBffijjusas5aBGoire Tj"3'?ikci.;ii&7 , mr Sale. , o &T,yty or cennty property, tBCew .no -b". irugat Bteasier jf, w. KNOX, n ..r'rf Broad and Cherry stieets, Corner ol j?f.shvil!e. Tenn. PAYKS .TAISBS ft CO., JCES (Successors to Heasra. S. A. G. Noel & Co.) Ko. 4 irjarKot street, ffASHVILCS, TBWHBSSEjb Miofesafc Groo, Commission ifcrcintj Foreign rssjd ymstic icjrsors, TOS3ACOO. CIO55' c- itc ALSO AGEHTa oj L0m3lAA 5HGAB PLANXIKS, pOB fee sale 0JgiIjJajlolaiaM, hlppi ilrsot treo the loUcit'lral-paUon tow3 cn th, old I fiS - PATHS. Mfi" uu firm. :'"'f- XIlC-tf U.bwj4iii? ioe-fcfji'SJi xe if pati6ai a, 3d ,e7r'f',afiti" datsrnunatlon bars . iv.h.'f flMTt. tnd he new n?rr tha B'.trir la t?f. pi KEalSTlil-s, I MarchlT-Ia 1 at ; 1 A & ii GONNO 8 & SROaj 2? C5 22. rrer. 5 College St., neu Obnre&- EB?S csnstaatly cn hand s large stock ol 1I kladi ol rraaacs. uratn nueii at tna cborteit couos. si u ' ert cash pries. GASH FOE PHODUCE. "WANTED," 20,003 ElusJiels rJH 'Poiatoae, 5,000 Bueliolo Gaionflt fenrtdeawe wlU pay ths Wshcrtmrkttprioss. I . B. Bi OONNOE fc 00) P Ho 5 ooliess stieM- Bsssfsreal9,fcy seps 100 Eli J prise Tiiaothy for sale by p3 D B OOmOK & DBO. 5 Sags for sale by aepSV BcsheUfor sale by Sp3 B B OONHOB & BBO. Barrels for sala by &X92 seP3 B 3 OONHOB & BEO. DS. COLEMAN'S lRa'7A?HB ISPEMSAB'S'.' rrira aitEHoa sf titlni, strangers, aad others vlsitlnj l.aravui:, raa,iinng medical aid, Is respectfully called to cSicc, No 2 1 iciderict street, second floor, between Cherry and the Square. S3 Ool3Hax is sn old practitioner of medicine: his almost ! unlimited experience and tattering saootss for many years past, la uo treament or ioivts miisxs nas induced nun to devote hist&diVldcdftttantlDa toalldMeasea of this natnre. Many etss3 of the actct lnvilarate chuster have p.omptly yielded to his usproved tociiiod 01 tr(itm;j t. Piuaary, Eersndavy. tertiary iiad Hereditary Sphhalis. don' errhosa, Oleet end all dlseajti of the genital and criasry organs, mett witn no resistance to ms remedies. All female irregnUrities and fanctisaal deracseaents of the Womb, and all diseases arising com Gestation and ill-managed parinriuon. Every case of Reducible Buplure, and of Piles, and Prolan sas of the Rectum, aa most cases of Tistala, con be cared by a process nearly painless, ii eitner or tne latter cases is under laien by Dr Oelemaais care is invaridUv warranted, as a carefal esamla&tion always presents the necessary Indications of suocms or fauura, by his improved method of operating. Persons cf either sex applying in person or by letter (descri blag case) on the first symptoms of any acenate specific disease. can be cared, in most cm, by the abortive cethod in forty-eight noun. Strict confidence, prompr attention and moderate (h&rces will govern him with his patron JjpVo mercury used in the treatment of vmtriai dittati, as be believes (in mott cases; it produces a wors disease than that it is given to euro. OQce hours from eight in the morning till nine in the eiei inj. ceS-dlra JSeil and Brass Foundery. THS subscriber respectfully rttcrns for past ffiTorr, end solicits a con lULthanks to the public tuanceof patronage In tne above line, also . Qfe ' Copper and saeat. Iro&Jilnnifactnrliigr; together with everyJpescripUon of JieTal,' TaraLngB, iletalic Packings, Babbit Hitalq Castings. ' finds, t'onnia. fien'etitSrs. Ale Pumf. &nd Pmanj cf men descrip tion man attired to order, or reraired at short notice n . : 1 1. , .1 iTl 1 . : . T J i i decl3-dtf B C0L3. Wanted Immediately, A NEGEO man who Is a good cook, to go to the army at tX Bowling Green. Enquire at 69 Ucrti Market street, Nashville, i eaa. norio tf AVAN A and Dsmestic Cigars a large Uvoice JnBt receiv ed aad for sale by decl4-tf - BSHJ. P. SHIELD3 & 09. INTENDING to make hit futnr rtsidtne In SulaiaKi, leipecttully o ffcrs his prcftsiional strvices t its citiitns in speeiallty of DEK'i'AEi SCKGEKlf. decSa-dkw 1 or Bate. LOT of Tfotlen Kersey and Llniey: oeH5-dtf ARMSTRONG & CO. A Gsnalmrgs. EULES CSSABTJIiGIIS, fr sales by dec3 AKMSTBONG tc. 00. Florida i.eaS "ffotoacco, 01 S agents for the sale of most of tha f lor Ids Leaf Tobasco we offer for sale a large stock, In cases of about fcur bun dred pounds each, of grades suitable fcr fillers and wrappers These Tobacco are uactrnmenly fins thi. year, aid we advisi the manufacturers of cigars, or peculators, to ssnd cn their orders at an early ditc S. WYATT & Co., Kov. 5, 1S61. eodSm 1C3 2ast Bay, Charleston, 8.0. JUST RXOBIVBD and far sals at P1TE, SIIBPnaBD&OO. novWdtf 7T ElAArB ABOUT T3E ABOVE ASOUKT JL of Goods belonging to she old firm, and will OFFER A BARGAIN To any one who will buy the lot. The Goods are jacked and stored, an invoice of which can be seen by calling on ms at th c;oreof M.O.Owens, No. 3, Boutkdds Public Squart. Thsj sonsist mainly of Susiiiaer !odS, Varieties, Cloifas, All of which art very desirable. FKANC2S FUKHSAW, 5ext door to the old cUnd cf Purman k. So. aOT3 tf t?IM3B OJLD XS-SAKDIES, WJIKES, AND WniSBJES, IN T5roB AN3 GliAJsS, " AT H. 2?-. SEiowdesa Co.'s, Union and American Block. OLD Virginia Whisky; Monoagahel Whiiky.1850; Bourbon Whisky, vtry fle; Old Eye Whisky Tennes:ee Cora Whisky; Irish and Sectth Whilky ; M'me Castillou, 1815, Brandy; Tine Grower Company Braady; e U Godla-4, 1S35, Brandy; Otard, Bnpruy i. to.Br.ndy; Jalien Laferritn, 1S47, Iraady; Madeira, various brands; Port, various brands; Sherry, various braads; London Porter, Bitters, Cigars, Tobetto, Enaff, att, ett, elf Janlt-dtm AldenoiT's Institute. A BOARDING SCIEOOt, for Males aid Temales,ta Lookout Mountain, near Chattanooga, TenneMft. charterti on thcEclectic system. The next sess'onoptnsonTebruary 10th. Pupils limited to thirty. Ltcatlan nntorpatied in scenery an salubrity. The merits of the schoal tre sufficiently radicated by its continued prosperity! Tar terms, etc, apply to lie Principal for a catalogue. H W TON ALDBHOIX. P S Wanted, a Lady for the Music e'epartment. Janl5-dSw Flea so Notice i"N and after tha first dty tf January J 18C3, weiWill sdl t our coods Eaclutivelv for Cash, Am Wf- ti nft-liivn in Tiftv pmh fn .11 fV trr,A va f.nl. Wt are compelled topurtuc ihiscou'ie, and hole cur friend will not ask cs fcr csdit Our p'ices ttall be as reasonable as caa ko exrected nadir existing circumf (trees, end weloreour tuttcmeis wlUe tinue to give us their catronajo dscSS - tf THOMPSON - CO Sugar and Molasses. JUST received a large let ef whits and yellow clarified dry satarin tierces, which will bear tianspnrtatlon to any piat without loss wh'ch we will sell low for cash. . Also a lot of very tine sugar house syrcp for family uro, in half barrels. J aMcALIBTEB 00 dec21-tf n r Jte-f Cattle Wanted for tiic Conficdoirate Slates. B will pay a liberal price for her.;? corn fatted delivered la February, at our paclruz nousa m Tilleor Cltrksvllle. , . dec27id2 ; 5,3i 3UOBSOo.,-AreatsO.Bw A.. 813,000 TO HVILLE TO GEEEN BIVEE, KENTUCKY Chancre of Time. 'V effect Wednesday, Not. 13tSi, 1881 1 Taving Nashville at 2i30P M. BBirnunHai Leave Bowling Green at 6:00 AM. Arriving at Nashville iO A Mi - . IBXIOHT TRAINS. Leave Nashville at HIS A Mi Arrive at Bowling Qreen at 2:30 P U. Xcare Bowling Or ten at 10:45 A M. Arrive at Nainvillt at 5:00 P II. JOIIN T. wHALINCi , Fo'Kniltlng Unflersliiris, Drawers, Stotk I illffS, Soclis, etc.. I With all the necessary apreadagea. I AliSO, Tk BniUicss nfce;e the businesi has teen carried on. En- quiritt BDBGTBLDT inOMPJON'8, jarJ-d2w 2G Oherry street. Hephis Appeal copy and send bill to Union and American. j DlfSECT IMPOSSTAU'iOKS, jui Kecclvcd per the Ella Wnrley, Xrom I England. i PBKSONAJLIiY SEIiECTED. PIBCB3 Snamel cloth; fhy ICO pro. caipet bindings; s. 103 do bus, starlet, crimson and green London bindings f for military nte; Also, In Store, tOCO yds Brustels carpeting; 000 " V3lret do C03 " Cocru mattinss; CHO " 4 and 8-4 floor oil elo'.hs; COO ,c Tenelian earpelingi: 5C9 " satin da laines, worstel and eottoaMamtsks. The above are all well suited for home furniihinsr. and for I cortrin; the feats and floors of railroad sirs. I ' 080 pair window shades, from 3 ft by 6 It up to S ft by 11 j ft in lineof roller ends, brackets, pulliu, cords, tassels, &c aaeets, is 11 wiae, noor on cioiiu; 5fa6 24 ds do do . 10td 13 do do d do G. do Uo do '.00 rolls, GO'JO yds Canton matting in plain white and red ' sheets fcrtain damnsks lace and muslin curtains. coa, velvet, Ad- elite, ju'.e, manilla acd siraw doormats, &c, &. i 3EXIIS CASH. ijdrets,. AIL1B, Charleston, S 0, jn2z-tf or , & BBO, Augusta, aa. I CDMiniNGS, DOLC &CO., Eecf aad Pork Packers aud X,ard Kendcrcrs, OSes Ke. 5, Market street, KieUvIlIc, - - Tcnnosoeo. LiaS-tf B havt on band (at our ctort la Uurfrettboro ,wit j Id. rnelle tt follovinj aeilraoio Ary uccos ! 10 tales Jtosweii miu uotton iari; K bsgs Getton Isrns, sseoitd tiset; llarre stock of Beady Utde Olotking, a tomplett ttoeol B058, 8hces, Hats, Caps. Brcwn Drillinj, Brown DomesUe, Cpol Thread all kinds, Irish Linina, Cloth OUaks, Hoop 8iT?,'liavtabautifnl siotk-tt Bairmer Goods, such as MUS-LI8i,BBRE-B, fct., a complete line of Bleachtd Goods, and may other this gs in the Dry oc4s line. ffekeep lso a gacd sisortment of Chlca and QatcnsWara. Wiwill seUay of th above mtlond artitles as low as therein be bought in lis 8Ute. at Wholesale or retail. CUaniieeusatMurfieesboro',Tenn. daM-dlm McLBAN, WATEIN3 - 00. IJJ5MBSB tht splendid Sxtra Hour made at the , "Rockhiil Mills," JSdgefitld. by W.H.LucuSjia for stle at enr store and n where aiss in ths eitr. TT7, i.-a SOIiSJ AND UPIPEK liEA'EHEBt, SUIKTIMGS, OSNABUKGSs BUCKS. For Bie:at pits, gnuPHBBD & cvair: dcel3tf : MIS. C. J. SETLTTSCESEL Erj removed his BOOT AK SHOE STOESE To his eld stand, Ke. 29, Union Strest, Wltrt h prepired t manufaetura all artleles in Ms En. JanS-tf HUIsITASl? COt,L,I3GB, University of Kaslivilic, Tennessee. rsrEBnext term of this Institution will commenea Janar.ry & S7th, 1EG2! The utility ef Bllltary traininrls nowuniver flli,toittd. In arder to meet more fully the wants of the Bouts, Ucressed attentio will be given U this department, wkdcbli under tke suyerviiion af an accomplished graduate of wvtPi!t. lor circulars etntainlng information as to terms, AdJress, PBO?. J. B STEWART, j. emem Lwcsi.IT, Ckaneellor. Jan5-dSw Wesroes Wanted- ,T. i Thlitu TJollirs tier mas A far fifteen nesroaa as eer hands cn steamer May Bake, running; in the HasMille and OJirksville trade, janaaiw A HAMILTON. 5g BOXES SOAI 3 do i-tsr Candles ; !,C00 Ib Prime Oak Tanned Sole Leather. Laitcre and for sle by B. B. OONflOR - BBOi v--" eOiiESAiiS i&BSOaES, AHB DSAXiKKS 191 BBA3DI2S, WlS8,TOBAGaO, OIGAEB, SAIL3, DOMESTIC LIQUORS, tc, G0R2WI 03 OOLLSGi JLSD OSUSCH 3133B1&, Hasnvme, "ffenneosee. . W!S lirsjustln receipt of a large and well eclsctad itaok ' 6roc4riM,Llqucrs,et3.,oonslsting In part as follows: 155 hhds Bujar, all grades 100,000 genuine Havana 01g VA bilacholci Molasses) 100 kegs Nails, aisortsdi ICO at da ICO dozen Faiated Backets sSI bsgs crime Bio OoEeei 59 nasts Tubs: 154 IbU Powdsisd,Orushsd aai 18 bbls BngUsh Walaetu Loaf Basar; 10 bbls Pecans i ISO btxes Star Oandlsdi IB bblf Pllbcrtl. 109 boxes Tcbacco, assorts I fi'IKE lilt AH DIES , VTIKES, &Q. KX fc K eheice Preach Brandies I 19 K cki Madeira, Bherry, and Port WlfcM Ut baskets best brands Champagne; IS boxes Scevlll Olaiet, ICO bblsfineBobertsja Oocnty Whlsiyj ii bbls pure old Bye do i do do doBscrbos. do . Asd also & lirgs atcoi c7 Com aon Whisky, Accric&a Brtxd? i!a,c. PCJDEK AGENTS. Ar9".?.fftr thftTlcnnnt. T7ftrd&minTftftnrAPnTr. Wnnti. jln!xned being the only Agents in NashviHa of the Manufacturers, voBldcall the attention of tha Merchants and Traders, to thir '"nriock of Pawder on hand, in Magazine for sale. ' tegs DupoatBine powder; suou sagsHaiardBIastingPow fOO X do do io der; ," X do do do JOOO kegs BycaEuors Blaitlaj .000 kegsHaaard do ds Powder; ;o H do do do 150 cases of Powdsr, aasortta .r1" ao no qo oranus; kcgaDapoatBlajtlagPow 50 bbls Toy, BeckforC & Co esr. safety fosa. lasll ' H. fc. Q. ?. OHUATHAH, Aglntj. SOLS AGENTS FOB , Sapont't Powder lay, Blekford & Co.'l Elltiy k naura ao nsa ' 4vcracM- &. -tf r it hf Dally as; Tri-aeiciy S&F17 58. ia33 ol Aclvertliins. SfSK LIST22 OB LS3 CONBTIICai A WWti IB HU BAIL' OaJlarertlsa, 1 Wslt t U IKoa'.!!, 8 -r J . 8 H IB K 2aeh aa-KoailUK"! 31 G8 5 09 53 6 03 a 12 00 IS 03 IS 03 H 1M 8H 04 8 K C3 13 IS SicbadiitioBM -troi B-SBTfASIB AT riZASl Cue Ssnire. n-n tur. clvoirUsors oceodinrrliioopaVcomract Jos-. Tarlll Iso cSiarrroa lor ina excess. ' re snn we ski' Oai BciiA. jAr fcqnare for ths first, aad sabKciaent lasortion. rOmfcx n& Advertisements published tnkoththe Pti kni. Wttk(y,cil "wjH"" "o ion uaiiy rws Wlta CSS-i a s??ay rjjt lrasitUnt A&strttttgxtnii i fiKKOIAL UOTTOB. She Ueiau itsi $ ttticSly upon tha OiiH tytttn i Ml jpap tied al th ta-nirnllnn nf tkt ttrrjt fn tnit KCdattK tttmiraiion of tat time for paid. Subicribtrs will Is notified whtntkithscriviio ifafiavt oat cs about to cxnire. ov a caosi hark on Ih'v...- nn,i ua. Jm. t . ...7. " m . .. .r.!K. .. us!. J7iisfs a rule from vihichthtrtKMltno dtpartvrt. -j u j vt una tni Mure, una rtusa vsr tuotcripliotl Weekly Union as Auikicak 82 per amtvn in advaMi .ri-WlZt; Ukibk l Akuca? S ur annum in ckJ vane. IL r oabsefioers desirinetnelrrapsrieiin n.Tm.n-, ths Post 0acero77j,aswsllastheosefo,iri;ca thsy djrirJ th? euajja .u un uii Affairs at Savae&ah. Pram the Savannah Repxblicia, Jm. 2J. Iq common with our entire mals population, we apent nearly the whole of yesterday ia the street's. It was a day of intense interest. Weaaw no panic or undue excitement, notwithaUmJing tha perils that seemed well calculatad to appall a poople who are not resolved to defend their homes to the ltst. The events of Monday -we recorded in our last it8ue. Early yesterday morning it wag discoTered, by aid of tha glas3, that the snemv had brought M t 1 1 1 m . . - . . iorvrara ana ancnorea x neet of gunboats at tne mouth of Wall's Cut, on the South Carolina side. just Dacii ol tne ODstru.iiona, and sbouttwo miles from the mam channel f the river. The fleet at the head of Wilmington Island returned in statue quo, and Tntnm a mile and three Quarters of the river. It consists now of seven gunboat3, whilst the fleet on tlie Carolina side numbers six It will thus be seen that each commands the channel, and they are also snout opposite each other, thus ex posing vessels to a double broadside attaolc uader this state of facts, it became evident that the duty of most preosiDir importince was to fur- nun t;ort miasm, now about to be cut oil, witn an ample supply &f provisions to subsist the garrison through all probable future contingencies Aa cordingly. everything being made ready, between 9 and 10 o'clock yeBterday mornicj, the steamer Ida, steamer Bartow, and a, flat, laden with supplies, left the wharf for the fort, with the Uonteuerate steamers Savannah, Com. Tatnall; Resolute, Cant. Jones; and Sampson, Capt. Kannard, &3 escort The fleet proceeded down the rivar, the transports in r.dvanca, and the armed steamers & short distance in the rear. On ueariEg the point in the river commanded Dy tne Jb ederal gunboats, our fleet con ndently expected the enemy to open upon them, but tuey passed in silence ; net a shot was fired, the I&nxses supposing laat they would all get below. when they would runinto the river and so perma- manently cut them on irom the city. in tnii, nowever, tney-vere disappointed, iiav ins escorted the transports beyond the reach of n&rm. tne oavannan ana wjouo. racsea aDaut a stood for" the' city, igS?5stspbn to ee No sooner had the two steamers turned their bows up stream than the Federal fleets, seeing they were about to bo cheated, opened t. terrific fire upon them, which was gallantly return ?d. A reg ular battle ensued, and for forty mint tea the shot and shell rained around our little flee!, tha latter often exploding directly over them, apd tse solid shot passing within a few feet of thi mfen on deck. The fleet kept up a, return fire witk iU rifled cannt and other guas of long range, but whh,what effect could not be ascertained over the wide space oi marsh that intervened on either aids. Many of the enemy's shot passed aomo distance oven and beyond our vesssls. btraDge as it may appear! not a vessel or a man on our side was damaged. The fleet rode safely through the lire. The fort is now fully provisioned for six months. An officer now at the fort writes us uider dato of yesterday. 'AH we ask is : it we are cut off. deliver us as soon as possible. We will hold out asjlong as mor tals can stand hunger. 1 hey cannot fake the fort by any attack; we can only be starved out. It rests with our friends in Georgia on the main to deliver ua from this thraldom. This i aay not reach you, but if it does, tell our friends in 1 Savannah and tne interior, mat we are nere to bold pe lort, and as loag as there is a morsel left, vre will defend it Georgia never disgrased heraslf kvYirginii and must not do it at home." TheSreturn trip of the Sampson and ths two un armed steamers were as perilous as that of their predecessors. The Yankee fleets poured their iron hail and fire upon tho littla craft, bat with all l.eam on and hurling denant snots at the enemy in return, they passed gallantly for two miles or more under the missiles of the enemy. In good time they all came up to their wharves and were welcomed by the imcienso crowds that filled up the dock and bal conies throughout the day. The Sampnoa passed through a terrible ordeal, but without eerioua damage. She was struck by four English rifl9 shell, two passing through her, a third lodging on her deck, and a fourth exploding in her store room, breaking up thing3 around gen erally, but damaging no one. Her machinery was unhurt, and she plowed gallantly throagh. About the time the stesmcra left the fort, three shots were fired from the Yankee battory at Tybee in the direction of Pulaski, but they all fell short. This feat of provisioning Fort Pulaski is one of the most brilliant of the war. It placed a large and noble garrison above want, and ws accomplished under a fire from tho eneray as terrific si any on cn1 All linnnt. tr, n rInrirm3 irtlli.4tt'yi tm lion hearted commander, and the g" ' olhcers J .!,A nnil vrtfrtM Tito fl TV ? ami uiuu vfi-u oa. uuc aao , -i Our friends abroad will feol anxtoof to now the prospect before us. Our conclusion, enfc status of affairs is, that noWiJaJsT. the .!ii K.nnri the obstructions. the removal of the latter ia but a .ff tima This done, they can readily come 1U ,lU0 "'8 tjSrrl thRir nosition in the dn channel of oeiow ine city, me passage a mi r.,, ted desperately by VottJou, jow . &wQ o.rthwnrV nn the opp"IS-.8ia9 of tha a formidable earthwork on the -C9 ' a r,,, rfiilnnt little navy, .no nope the so X .?r I . " i invaders, and if not will be suincieni w repea r . we shall be prepared to girei - . . - v i ai Arraiiij-""' oie urn tbeir approacn to u u r-al be read fa greasing lor iaa purpuoo hours and Pt th 0 Ti,.m!Y ahsll na for several ou.u na -et the to on Tre In a number of pU - appre; muD1 r:.'itherenftPt. It hend no ssrioua consetieuw . - - IS tne opinion ui a . that tfls citv opinion of able miliar, - ly familiar with the , nt atand flrmly to be taken, if its nhabitants vnU AU J mly to er sternly in tke fc.ei g the mlan8J-Q"rcaviliera or croakl er. it is no time iui . tne cit . the sooner such people-get ou 1 .nn nTJ L UU' af - v urklt-r will be it for us. DP7n o-Tfce mrJ committo of .. V"JSZ. 9Je referred aU the JJJ tne iiouse, iw "."u"!,' t;n to e emancinit;n t ?3rf wS? ft 11 tJy . - - tar- - it" mi 9JHLI mttZs vaidLJMJ rW Sf 0 si Indiana, Wm. Allen of Ohio, Marston of New Hamp shire, and Jackson. The two latter have not atten ded tho meetings of the committee. It is under stood that tho committee agree as to the principles of this bill, but not fully on details. The leading features of the bill are these : 1. The apportionment of the national tax among th.8 rebel States. 2. The charge of each rebel State's portion pro rata on the lots and lands of citizens ef said States, according to the valuation thereof under the last C8n3U3. 3. The proclamation of the President on the 221 February next, to all citizens of the rebel States, to pay the taxes charged on their lands. 4 The lands of all who fail to pay alter stxty dajs, shall be liable to be seizsd, and the title there of vested in the United States. 5. The President to appoint three commissioners for each rebel State, to take charge of the lands whose title is thus vested in Government, and leasa" or cell tho same, as the President may direct; bat persons claimicR to be ioyal, who shall m two years furnish proof ot loyality, shall receive each from Government title to their lands. 6. These commissioners to receive a salary of $3000 each, and to lmvetwo clerics each, at a salary i . rereonai property JEciU2ns in--rueiTHrate8tJt.- - ' ' . T . . . - . it. .'- to be taken after June ns'xn'aeTaultjipf theirpay- -v -ment of the national incqmVtax. ioyal owher8't$aSjf ' have time for reclamation--- -."" ," ' 8. The proceeds of leases or sties of rebel prop erty to be paid into the national Treasury. 9. The slaves of rebel masters, taken by our army, or brought into our lines, or coming in vol untarily, shall be protected, and the rights cf rebel roasters divested, by n summary examination by commissioners, and. cirtiflcates of freedom issued. - 10. These emancipated psrson3 shall be hired to employers leasing government lands, or emplojed by government in public works, or indentured to agriculturists Or mechanics for a term of five vears of all over twenty-one, and until twentyfivo years of age of all under twenty-one, reserving rea sonable wages for their service, which wages shall go to Government, to be held in trust for said per-, sons, and to be usei ia deporting them to new homes the employers to feed, cloth-aud lodge them properly. 11. If any State shall emancipate its slaves, they shall be taken charge of by the Uuited States, and treated in the same manner as slaves taken from rebels. Any free negro wishing to emigrate shall be deported by government and provided for aa slaves emancipated under this bill: li. The proceeds of the sales of the land aid other property of rebels, and the wages of appren tices and mreu persons, snail create a national fund one-third to pay the cost of providing new ( homes for emancipated persons and transporting them thereto : onethird to pay the Federal tax im posed on the rebel States, and one.third to pay loy al owners of emancipated sI&vgs, and the losses of loyal persons by reason of the rebellion. lo. lhe President shall acuuire m Mexico, South America, Central America, or islands in the Gulf of Mexico, land3, or the right of settlement on lands, to which emancipated slaves shall be trans ported Jingle persons receiving nrry acres of land, and married persons eighty acrea. 1 be bia contam3 twenty three sections, but the foregoing 13 the substance of the whle. It is weil ascertained that the President will approve no measure of emancipation not embracing coloni zation. Gen. BucU'a Array A Louisville correspondent of the New York Trtouru gives the following estimate of lha number of troopa under the command of Gen. Buell : istastrt. ; No. of Btgt's. .............I0 I MUWt3... S3 f Wisconsin. Nof Xu'tt. Ohio.. z3' IU'lH....- 3 f xxmess 3 j Jloiulars- Total nuuser of iarantry rtgimeats CATALltT. No. af Ber'ti -luiK No. of Reg'fs. ..'."".".T.i ....8 Kentucky 4 I Ohio Pennsylvania S j Icdiana.... Detached empimei from yenDSTlrtaia Detashsd eempanies froii OMo and Indiana . 7 Totil cavalry 'J rig mints ana ami companies. AliTILLIBT. IXo. batteries. No. Batteries. Ohi. C PennrylvaaU - 1 Indiana 5 j Michigan ....1 Kentacky 'J Mlnntiota -.1 Ksga'arJ...... 2 Total number or batteries u Miking an areierate f aboat 100 CUb intantry, 1I.0J4 cav alry, and 't.OO(J artillerists, witk over 10U guns. Tan Steamer MsnRiific A Narfolk correspon-, dent gives the folio wing interesting particulars of the '-Norfolk Turtle," the steamer ilarrimac ; Yesterday, .t dress parade, orders was read Out for all who wishe,d to velunteer for six months, sarvice abord the licrrimao, to report themselves at headquarter. From this the inference is t' wt ehe will soon be rea'Jy for ssa. The Yankees, apprised of everything going on with us, stro on the looxout for ner, ana are prepared 10 nave a lively time with her should she attempt to force the blockade as she certainly will. Inasmuch as tho Lmcolnite3 are already fully posted in regard to her, there can ke nothisg faulty in giving you & slight idea of the nondescript craft. One she was the pride of the Federal naTy, and considered tha finset of her class afloat. Being at the Gosporfc navy yard when the irightened Hessians fled lrom that institution, tney attempted to destroy ner, dus failed in the undertaking. Acting"on the hint of ths New Orleana "Turtle," the government determined to make a Norfolk Turtle of the Merrimac.and work men have been busily engaged on her for nearly six months, and a striking metamorphoais they effected in her general appearance. From a first-class frigato she i3 razed down till the surface she presents above water i3 no ereater than that of an ordinary caual b iai, and on th it eurf ace no balls nor shells can takeeff-.ct Three feet below her water lines tbo iron nlalmg, four inches thick, 6n solid oak twenty eightinehea in thickness, comm3nces and runs up ward from each a.de.tnptnglike the roof of chouse, and being, in fact, an iron rouf on a floati g house. No spars, no mast3, no upper wor3 of any kind are in sight. Even tne emmneys are on spiral springs, "squasuaDie" wunouc injury, sou iub umj. Placa suo can do Biruuii is uu net -uu mui. only way ot getung into ner is inrougu u blu hatchway, to which is an iron door listening im movably on the insido, so that the enemy had aa well attempt to board a Icgcrhiad turtla as her. Her armament consists ot ttiree neavy guns on each side, and one at .bow and stern. Tne iron cleaver in front is supposed capable of dividing a Yankee ship in two eg. au portions witn jreas niaa- ty and dispatch. To nil appearances she u a mo3t formidnkla institution, and whether sha prove a succjss or not, tne Yankees are greatly exercised on her account, and the vary nama of ifjmmac i3 a terror to them. THOIttPSOW cc. CO., College St., Nt. 59 AVB jnst received a large lot ot Marlbgujh and Soutb Carolina i'laiJs for servants. Bleached and Brown Domestics. Apron Checks, Ginghams, Baric and Light Prints, Dark Prints, awns, Muslins, etc., cto Citr anl country merchants are Invited to examine tke stock' jaa25-dlm THOMPSON V 0O. liemoval. 3 have remsvel to the corner o Goi-ege aad Charca streets, la the hoi a formerly occaplea oyjs Swan. Tanstcrs, Koticcl very superior Hides for sale at low prices, 67 E.M. BBUOB&CO. 200 bbls-Tallow, fcr sale ty Jl. M. TRUOB CO. bbls. Brown Greese. suitable for makicg machinery oil, star candles , -0 ,fer Mia by Jaa3-d2 E. M.BRUOB&CO. rstrir j4. . . ' -