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SATTJRBAY. XAXCH 31, JSCS.
Reading Matter on Each Page. THE CITY. -5 J.- Job Printing. Having thoroughly refitted our extensive Book nnd Job Printing Office, we are prepared to execute any work in this lino of our business that may be offered. Particular at tention will bo paid to Mercantile, Kail road and Steamboat rrinting. Wo respectfully solicit a bare of public patronage. Satisfaction guaran- tced. ' ' Federal Couiit. The next regular Bit ting of this Court will he on the third Mon j ! ir . :..r,fi f , , -i i . ; ..! ine uocset wu cruwueu ni m lasi suung, and that hut few cases were dispensed with. Judging from the almost daily arraignments and committals to jail, the ensuing term promises to be one of much interest to thq city and wirrounding country. Hopes are entertained that such severe measures will be adopted by the Court, that, in meting cut to cflendem cf the law the rewards of their transgressions, they shall check the rapid growth of crime. The leniency of municipal laws ore such as to give encour agement to crime. The officers who pre side over" these municipal courts arc not rc- Ml r . . t . rrt ; - Bpon.siuio ior wis leniency, -ine urrur aiiM-a with the law-making power. It is there we find the "Pandora's box" of the multiplied crimes that darken the criminal record of our city. In this we need reformation and judicial legislation as the only means by which to attain such a consummation. We hope that our municipal laws will undergo a thorough revision during the next sitting of the Legislature, and that such penalties will be attached to crimes as shall command respect for law. COUKTEP.KEITHU3 BEFORE U. S. COMMIS- SI0KER3 Yesterday. We mado mention in our last issue that the counterfeiters who were arrested through the vigilance of our detective police, had been taken charge of by the United fatatcs .Marshal, xesteruay they were brought before the U. S. Commis sioners and the case of Felix Fabra was called. II. II. IlarrisonDistrict Attorney, appeared for the prosecution: John A. -Williams and Will. G. Brien for the defense. Evidence produced testified that Fabra. when arte ted. had on his person two dollars in counterfeit currency and some two hundred dollars in good biUs. It was further proven that it was by mere accident that he was in possession of the bogus currency, as he was not able to detect the imposition. The cause of his arrest was the finding of counterfeit money in the house which he occupied. Commissioner It. McP. Smith decided that Fabra was innocent, there being no proof to justify his imprisonment, and accordingly discharged him. Tho other two, who were committed to jail with him, will be put on trinl to-day at 10 o'clock, A. M. ISefork liiBntE Meapham. A man by the name of James Decosey, on Irishman, living on Front street was arraigned before shooting his wife, and in default of bail, of the sum of $2,000, was sent to jail, from the fact the act was committed on Tuesday evening last, and was kept a profound secret, even from his next door neighbors, until the wound, which had not been dressed until yesterday evening, assumed such a malig nant typo as force him to call in a physician, it is evident that the most villainous motives prompted the committal of the deed. He claims to have done it accidentally but took care to let no ohe know of tho serious acci dent until the great suflurings of his wife forced her to send for a physician. Hence those living near them were satisfied as to his murderous intentions and had him ar rested. Dr. Conwcll, who was the physician called in, thinks that there is hope for her recovery, if die is properly cared for. Ocn Street Cars. An immense throng of spectators were congregated on College and Church strecU yesterday evening to witness the trial trips of the street cars. The test was a complete success, and elici ted no little enthusiasm. Notwithstanding the roughness of tho railing and the weight of the car. the pair of horses attached made fine spceu without any seeming fatigue. The car is one of magnificent workmanship, nnd is quite n compliment to the fine taste exhibited by the company in its selection. The interest manifested in this scheme of street railroads, speaks much for the en terprise of our citizens, and will contribute much to the character of their city abroad. And we feci confident that in a short time other streets will be likewise favored with this commodious medium of travelling. The Way to Select Flocr. An ex change says: In selecting flour, first look to the color. If it is white, with a yellowish straw colored tint, buy it. If it is white, with a bluish cast, or with white specks in it, refuse it. Second, examine its adhesivo iics wet nnd knead n little of it between your fingers: if it works soft end sticky it is poor. Third, throw a littlo lump of dried Hour against a smootho surface, if it falls like powder, it is bad. Fourth, jtqueeze some of the flour tightly in your hand : if it retains the phnpo jjiven by the pressure, that, too, is a good sign. It is safe to buy flour thai will stand all those tests. These modes are given by old Hour dealers, and they pertain to a matter that concerns every bodythe staff of life. Salt. We observed, yesterday, several large barges loaded with salt for this mark et. Messrs. lilica & Smith are the agents for the salo of this nevessary article. Wo are pleased to chronicle the fact that the "soldier boy," Matt. I'ilchcr, (a chip of the old block,)"is chief salesman. We- congrat ulate yon, Malt, in being so fortunate as to secure this position, and hope ere long you may be able to fill the samo position, nnd have the unbounded confidence with the company as your lamented father had before you. Destructive Fire at Memphis Loss $25,000. Tho Memphis Argun, of the 27th, contains the particulars of a destructive fire that broke out on Vance street, of that city, on the 2Gth inst The firm of A. H. Jones & Co. wera the principal suffers. Mr. John K)ii's splendid drug store was destroyed; also some private dwellings. Some damago was dono the bridge over the street where tho fire occurred. Losses sustained by dif ferent parties amounted in the aggregate to $2r),000. The First of the Season. Our friend J. A. J. Ilosc, south sldo of the Square, no tifies the public through our columns this morning, that he is in receipt of his spring and summer stock of ready-made cloth ing. We saw yesterday on his counters some superb suits cf clothing, of the latest failiions. Give Jack n call and we guaran tee you will come away a "much better roan " vin looks) than when you went in provided y.Mi deposit "Captain Greenback" as secu rity. If yo.i do not sec Jack, ask for Mr. Stephens, the polite salesman. Death of MC Uruce, Esq. Mr. Ly ons, of this vicinity, father-in-law of M. C. I5ruec, Esq., received a telegraphic dispatch yesterday morning to the ctlect that Mr. 11. i" umpeu out oi a lonrtu story window anu tilled hltmelf, on Wednesday morning last, at ickshurg, Miss, Mr. Bruce, for a num ber of years previous to the war, had an auction store on Cedar street, in this citv. We venture to snv thoro was not a man in Middle Teune5ce" who did not know "Bruce the auctioneer." -v hiXQLEToN, news dealor.nt the Post office is in receipt of Wilkes' Spirit of the Time, Clipper, Turf and Fnnn, Saturday firming iVrf, Every Satttnlau (Monthly Fart,) Banner if Light, JrUh Fteple, TrM American. Adams' Express Company has our thanks for late papers, from all parts of the country laid upon our table last night. Persons wishing to buy a good gentle buggy horse, a No. 1 pacing saddle pony, or a tine young marc, would do well to in quire soon of J. O. Griffith. A Pretty Strew. College street from Union'to Broad present, at present, a beau tiful appearence. Our College street neigh bors are bragging "hugely." W. H. Luces & Co, sell a large assort ment of fine groceries this morning, at 10 o'clock. Tobacco, Just received, Three Hundred and Fifty-two boxes Virginia Chewing To bacco, of different grades, which we will sell at very low prices. A. Hiya it Co., No. 1C North College street. raar28 2w 6 For pure Irish Linens cheap, call at the Orleans Store, No. 17 Public Square mh24-2w The Cost of Pavements. The Mem phis and Cincinnati papers are both engaged In discussing the comparative cost of the different kind of pavements. Regarding it as an Interesting qoeftion to our city fathers, we append.tho lolliiwing extract from tho Cincinnati Uommercitu: A calculation of the cost, for a thirty-six icet lront lot, on a utrcct thirty-six feet in "width from curb to curb, of the Nicholson pavement, in comparison with that of our om stylo bowlder pavement, will give an iuea ui mis: j.uiriy-six ieei ironi oy eighteen feet, half (he width of the street. would give scventjr-two euare yards of pavement, winch, al 52 Ua would cost HVi 40; tlurty-six feet of Dayton stone curbing, at $1 75 per lineal fot, would cost $53; anu the grading, at 50c per cubic vard. would cost, say $10 total !275 -10. And the fol lowing are the figures of the cost of the l 1 I . .2 .1 - i 1 uowiucr pavement tit. on ine same supemciai area of seventy-two square yards: Pave ment at $2 03 per itquare yard, $149 75; curbing of limestone, at 47a per lineal foot. S16 92: irradimr. Kir S10 total. S17C C8. Excess In cost of Nicholson pavement over bowlder pavement, in front of tmrty-eix foot lot $70 72. Every cent of this expense lias to be paid by thl! property-owner upon an assesmcnt of a ditcct special taxation. The old injunctior, "Eat what is set be fore you, asking no questions," if complied with, will save one a good many nauseating reflections in these days of general adulter ation. Sometimes, however, the truth is told without the questions being asked. 11 lie British public have recently been disgusted by the fact that Mr. Hope, ketchup and pic kle manufacturer of .London, has been keep ing to quote the wolds of the charge againt him "a large quantity of putrid livers for ,tle manutacture of ketchup, which he call ed pure and unadulterated Leicestershire ketchup, such being unfit for human food and a nuisance to the neighborhood." The case was brought up in court, where a medi cal health officer testified that he found a harrel'jull of putrid pig's livers, which the foreman told him were to be boiled down to make ketchup. They were obviously unfit for consumption, shoeing decay and putres encc, and giving out a stench that remained on the witnesses' hands for hours. The ma gistrate thought the case an important one, out discharged the defendant, as he believed that the act of Parliament against adultera tion did not apply in this instance. Recorder's Cour'J? Drunk. This class was not so numerous as compared with other occasions. There were only four arrests, who were fined '$18 and lourt fees. Two others were before the Recorder on the same charge, but were unconditionally discharged. Two arrests for diiwrderly conduct, fined $10 court fees. We are requested to state that the Rev. Dr's. Duncan and Lee, distinguished divines of Richmond, Va.. lire expected to reach our city this evening, en route for the Gen eral Conference at N.jw Orleans. They will probably officiate at Ihe McKendree Church on Sabhath at 11 A. jr. and 74 r. jr. City papers please copy. Street Railroa.o Cars. We are re quested to Jtate that the Street Railroad Cars will commence Tunning regularly from the I Woffle corner this morning, at six o'clock, and will leave punctually every half hour. Ftuit Trees Killed. From the Mobile Advertiser we learn that the orange and jes samine trees, as well as the fig crop, in the vicinity of Mobile, were all destroyed by lint severe cold spell last week. Mayor's Oprics. Njhhvillk. March 20. 18Si3. OwinK to the great dieiatisfnetiun existing in tho minds of many property holders relative to the payment of certain corporation taxes, levied for the put tnrco or lour 1 ears, nnd in some cues the ability of ths cornoration to collect such taxes. having been questioned, the opinion herewith hai been elicited and obtained from three nblo attor ney?, with 'a view to tie satisfaction of all who may be interested. very rcsjicctiuny, W. JIatt. BnowK, Mayor. To THK MaYOB AND fc'l.VAXOK CoUUITTEK OP TIIK City of Nashville. Qkntlkvkn: You have re quested us to give you our opinion professionally. rDcttier the corporation ni JNasuvillo nag tlic right to collect from delinquent tax payers tho ar rears of taxes for tho lmt thrcoor four 3 cam. Wo understand from you that many of our largest property holder nave lailcu to pay their taxes lor thoso years, and now insist that they oueht not to be required to pay thcnt.because tbo property upon which the taxes arc ajiessed was in wholo or in tiarL dunne all or a ixirtion of tho ncroid in the possession and occupancy of tho military authori ties ol tho United Stutci, and has yielded to the tax payers no income, Y(u admit of the existence amnnc theo of casef of crcat hnnlMiiin which strongly appeal to your sympathies, but you con sider that nil of our ciliicns liavo suffered more or less from the saina ca isu. nnd that even handed justice can only be ntUincd by proportioning the burdens to the losses in each individual case an utterly hopeless task. Resides, as wo understand, ihe amount of these tuxes is absolutely required to enable you to carrj' on the municipal govern ment, and comply with contracts already entered jnto in tbe discharge of your duties, und that if these taxes' cannot bo iollrctcd, the same ainouut must be raised by now levies. You liavo de termined therefore, td be governed by tho law, and only wish to know what it is. We have onrefully otatuincd tho question, and are of tho dpiiiiun that tho corporation bus tho riclit to collect the irrears of taxes for tho.u years. A tax imposed according to its charter by a municipal corporaiwn uocoino .luebt lrotn tho citizen to tho corporation. The amount of the tax depends on tho viluo of tho property when tho assesMncnt is made, without reference to whether it produces income or not. nnd the right to collect the taxis inilopcmlcntol the use or non use of the ltrnncrtv or ol subsoaucnt events. The corporation has nothing to do with the owner's management ut Ins property, or with any or tho casualties incident to ownrrjhip. Tbo fact that property lias not yielded an income, although the owner may bare bad every reason to sufipose it would, is assuredly ni legal ground forrcsisting tho collection of taxetu Neither is the destruction of the property by fin, or its rightful seizure by tho Government, or its illegal seizure in any way whatsoever, liven if tho corporation were bound to protect the DroncrLv from tho narticnlar net. its failure to do so might give nn independent right of action to Ihe owner for redress, but would be no defenso a gainst the payment of taxes, liesides, it is most obiioul that tho protection of tironcrt; fiom use by the covcrnmcnt is no nart of the ilut; of a corporation. Tho I'nited States is entitled to lake tho property or ttio citizen for public uso, while tbecitizen is, on the other hand, entitled to inst comnensation for such nronertv. Tho city of NnsLville. in its corporate capacity, mi mulling iu uu wiui uic uujuiincni oi mc rela tive rights of its citiicns and the General Govern ment. Whatever cffict, therefore, any of tho events of tho ln.n few years might have, upon nn applieation.to be relieved as a matter of favor, we aro clearly of opinion that they can havs none upon the legal liability of the tax paper. Re spectfully, W. P, Coorr.n, .JORDAN J5TOKKS. KlIWAItt) 11. Kast. Xasuville, March 20. lSOfi. Direct importation of Irish Linens at the Orleans Store. mh24-2w .sr.r.T. YOlUt UXCDItltEXT MOSEY. The follnninr are the rates naid bv Til OS. S. MAHH. 11K0KKK. orner of Union and College streets, for uncurren money. Thcso quotations are liable to iluctuatt), but may bo depended on for a sutlicicnt length of time for remittances to bo received by mail or express, if forwarded with out delay. TKNXKSSKK Hank or ulton..,25 . , .... , till ii.iu Bank of Tennessee, old thcStntoofaaM imuo........ 30 city )ank 0f Angusta-5) Planters Bank... M patmPr8- nnd Mechan- JTnion Bank.- 0 CJ 5 Bankof Chattanooga .-28 Mechanics'Bank OS Commerce 'Merchants and Vlan- J!f Fill h, ' m I'lantcrs' Bank .03 MldUe TeniulO Union Bank w I'sm.. - ."50 tfcS NORTH CAROLINA. Buck's Bank - par Bankof Cape Fear 25 (Stv Hank..... -SO Charlotte. Couimereisl Bank- .90 50 -.par ...JO " Clarendon 10 Commerce ...15 Kayctteviile.10 " Lexington JO N. Carolina.- '' WadesboroV.10 " Washington-lO Wilmingtan-lS " Yanecyville-.10 Commercial Bank ...10 Fanners' Bank of K. Merchants?1 Northern " " Oeoee Bank of Shelhwillo.-..80 Southern BanSf-Ji.2J Tnulers Bank 40 Life and General Insur ance Uempany,--...0 SOCTH CAROLINA. Bank af 1 !amdcn..30 Carolina. 20 lurlesteflt 16 .Merchants' llank-..2S Chester -IS Bank oriloxboro'-..30 " lleorgetowii-.a) Miners' nnd Planters' " Hamburg.- l.S Bank.. ..1S ' Newberry.. 9) " thcStatCoiS. VIRtHMA. ( ro i n Am-. ....; Coimneroml Bank W ol llerkley ,5 KxohangeBank ,-II .. tf''""'.'.--" ParmeiVondKxobaoge .. jir'il'8'10 Bank ..-.( . . tb Old l)o- Mereliants' Bank 15 r,,a,.nlo?;iC T" Peoples' Bank JO Bank ol Bithmnd15 Planters'BankofFiiir-. ,. Kockbndge-.. fi-ld, IS . BockinghatnJO Planters' and .Mech in- .. Nttsville--J0 ics'Bank 15 . tho alley of State Bank .05 " BiJ?-r Southwettcrn 1U R...-J0 Bankof 1rg1n1a Union Bank X ..hJ,nf LOClsiAXA. Central Bank of Va-30 Bank of America- par Danvillo Bank ....15 lx)uliiiia....-w Kxchange Ilanfcot Vo.a) " New 0rleinsS0 Kairmount Bank 70 anal Bsnk ...-SO Fanners Bankof Fin- litizcnsVBsnk ) easUe. SO v.nt fHtv ltsnl. 40 Farmers' Bank of VO...30 luislanaState Bink. AO Manufacturers' and Meehanica'andTraiers' Farmers' 80 iBank..-. . OMtrchantj'Bank.- .SO Merehants'Bsnk-- 49Mcreh'nU' and Me- Pouthern B Bk ... par ebanie'-. Union Bank.-. Q Northwestern BankJ.J0 New Orleans Scri-S0 Southwestern Bank-.'JD alasaVa. Araacrs- nann Bank of Mobile- 75 Montgomery Selma 35 r-.u i-v. Central Bank-.- sllreV Dollar.-.-. .13 Commercial Bank Halves and V .,!rrr IIAnt... -.-.4J r . ion Northern Bank.- SO Silvcr rjimes and Half souiuera itu -in Dime ..115 CentiRaUroaaitankSOr'ir" Georgia, PJdlroad and J)Tivp T?p0?JhT. Banking Com play. .JO nd - ScHpt .5 Bank of Middle q 1 .5 Th9 above bonds are Marine Bank . s bought wilb coupons Nashville and Chittasosra Kailroad tock...S5 MONETAE! AND COMMERCIAL. O'mcc or thk Ukiost axd AuzKidxx, V Satcedat, March SX, 1866. J Monetart. We have no report" r$ the opening rate of gold yesterday. It closed,' however, at 127?f, which is s shade higher than the closing rate of Thursday. There is no change in uncurrcnt money. Bank of Tennessee U taken at SO cents, with but little doing. Union Bank is weak at 70, while Planters' is firm at$?. ' 1 ' Southern money continues dull with.no de mand, except for a few favorite banks. Conoy. The market opened yesterday about as the day previous, and a few sales were effected at SOe, but owing to unfavorable New York ad vices in the evening, quoting middling nominal at at 40c, it became moro depressed and buyers virtually withdrew. Groceries are without change in price, though mora active. The business at the Merchants' Exchange on yesterday was more active than the day previous. We ore gratified to note this in creasing interest, as it argues well for tho future prosperity of our trade, the following are the rales of the evening : 25 sacks Coffee - , 2SK 5 boxes Tobacco.v- - 2ft 29 boxes Soap.-... . .... S 1 chest Tea Imperial .......,.... 75 1000 Cigars . $16 00 4000 Cigars . 12 00 5000 Cigars ,. . 15 25 a) bolt, salt, delivered at Louisville depot -.....- ..--..-.. 50 bbls. Salt- 50 bbls.Salt. 50 bbls. Salt 10. bills. Flour home mills..- 25 bbls. Flour Shelbyville mills 10 sucks Coffe! ... 5 kegs Lead 46 bbls. Meal 3 921, 3 8' 3 85 3 85 6 fi 8 SO 3 50 It is the desire of the members of thoEoard that nil who may wish to mako purchases of them be in attendance promptly at 1 o'clock, as they are not in session for but a short time, and after their doors arc closed all sales cease. Of the Loaisville market, the Cbtoicrsays: The tone of the market was more buoyant to day, though unsettled by the continual fluctua tions of currency. Breadstuff are somewhat de pressed, though not lower, with demand confined almost exclusively to the local trado for bakers and retailers. Cotton has assumed an upward tendency, with sales at slightly improved rates. Grain is rather dull, though oats are held at higher rates in unison with the advance Horth. P ovisions aro steadily maintained, some holders anticipating an advance. Louisville Market. By Telegraph. Louisville, March 30. Tobacco Leaf steady ; sales 161 hhds. Flouh Dull at $7 for superfine. Corn' Mixed in bulk 56c; prime white C2c. Oats 10c. Provisions. Mess Pork $25. Bacon Shoulders 13c; clear sides 16c; sugar cured hams 21c. Whisky Raw $2 24. River falling slowly 0 fect 6 inches water by canal mark. Cincinnati Unrkct. By Telegraph. Cincinnati, March 30. Floor Unchanged.' Wiikat Quiet at$l 50 for No.' 1 spring, nnd $1 75 for winter. Corn Less activo at 52o53 for mixed in eleva tor, and 63JiaC4c in sacks. Oats Dull and 2c lower. No. 2, 33c, and No. 1 4243c. Whisky-Dull at $2 21. Provisions Quiet. Mess pork $25a25 25 ; best held higher at close, although it was offered at the former price. Bulk meats dull at 10,13 and llc. Bacon dull at 12Kal2Jio forlshoulders, and 15?f16o for clear sides. Lard 18Kc. Clovkr Sued In demand at $5 15. Golu 126127. Xcw Tork Jlnrliet. New York, March 29 r. . Flour Less active, nnd nriccs Vwithout decided chnnce. with ?l1p. nt S7.15a7 55 for cxtraStatc:SiS."jiiS.BOIfrtr common to good shipping round-hoop Ohio, and $8 C5aU 00 tor irauo Dranus, market Closing quiet. 1 w tiisKy steady at s loJS lor btatc, and f - 'Zl for Western 100 barrels State, in bond, at $2 24. Corn Firmer, but not very active. ntG9a73efor unsound, nnd 74la77c for sound mixed Wctern. Doin in store anu ueuvcrcu; small lots cnoice do at (tC. Groccric Coffee dull. Sugar steady; Cuba Muscavado 10aUJc. Molasses dull; Porto Rico 75c. Provisions Pork firm nnd in eood demand at $2oa20 25, for new mess, closing nt $26 2? rcgulor way, $24 60a25 for old do, and $21 25a22 for prime; nlso. -4.800 bbls new mss for Anril. May nnd June. sellers' option, at $2Ga26 50. uueese u uu at IbaEJc. Money Kasr at 6 ncr cent. Stcr'inc? exchamro dull and nominal at 107al07. Gold is a tbodo opening at 12SK nnd closing at 127M- Hovcromcnl stocks tirm. Thcro is increased netivitv in tho drv-rroods trade and jobbers are doinc a laree business with the interior. Buyers from tho South continue to Purchase to a fair extent, while Western mer chants are now buying moro freely than at any time sinco the season opened, Among domestic fabrics we may notice that Bleached Goods ait firm and Brown Cottons generally steady, Stand ard Shcrtinrs bcing'quoted nt21a25c. Prints have fallen off about lo per yard, but idcady nt the de cline. Desirable styles ofl'rcnch dress goods goods of Knglish and Continental manufacture still sell at sacrifices. ootcn ss extremely dull, and tho decline late ly has been quite hoavy. Domestic roods active. Tho trado tloincr in carpets and socks is still very light. Manufac tures are torn up and working on ordors. ihero is no change to notice in prices. There is a fair business dnin? in boots nnd shoes, and prices bavo not undergone any very important change. American hardware is not likely to experience any marked dcclino for the present, owinc to the strong combinations of many of tho manufactu rers. Raw materials now 011 hand were general ly bought nt high prices, and this is a great incen tive for them to keep up quotations. RIVKU SEWS. The Cumberland is falling slowly with seven feet scant on tbo Shoals. Arrival Phantom, Kvansvillc. Dkpartdrk Arpoia, Wabash river. The fine steamer JWmuila, Capt. J. L. Bate man, was unavoidably detained yesterday, not having completed her load, and will positively leave for Louisville this morning, at 10 o'clock. Capt. B. authorizes us to say, that all who intend to travel or ship with him must bo aboard at 10 oVIpck, precisely. I'Tho Xho bully Titnme, Capt. Tom. Harmon, will do- oart for Cairo this day nt 10 o'clock. This is spoken of as a very pleasant boat to travel on; sbo has a neat cabin, "good eating." and above all, one of the cleverest set of officers to be found on any floating craft. Here's to you, AVash. Woavcr. Tho steamers Jatnna, from Cincinnati, and the Anna Vi'hite will bo in port to-day. Tbo steamer Vrirt Hoy, heretofore an up-river packet, was sold yesterday at private sale by her owner, Capt. Lovcll, to tho Kvan.ivillo and Hen derson Packet Company, for tho sum of &S,5O0. "H'o clip tho following from the LouisvilIc2Jno eruf, of yesterday : Tho river was fallingfast yesterday, with eleven feet in the canal, nine fect in tho chuto and three feet over the rocks. Business was spirited on the levoo. Wo had a snow shower "m the-forenoon. In the afternoon it was cool and cloudy. No More Boat Racing. The most prominent packet companies upon tho Mississippi river are issuing stringent orders against racing.. Any Cap taid guilty of it will bo unable to obtain employ ment upon any passenger boat Upon tho Western waters. For tlio lfatme of Iteprtfioiitiitivex. We arc authorized to announccJlRj.WilHiim II. Ih as a candidate for the House of Rep resentatives under tbo Governor's Proclamation. Election, March 31.t. ISflO. Tor Attorney General. We are authorized to announcoUnxtorSniilli as a candidate for Attorney General of this Dis trict, composed of the counties of Sumner. Wil liamson and Davidson, nt tho ont-uing May elec tion. mar20 td We are authorized, to announce Samuel DoncUoii, Bq of Nashville, as a candidate for Attorney General, for tho District composed of thecounties of Williamson, Sumner and Davidson, at the ensuing election. jan2 td Private Medical Atjvice. Bead Dr. Whitticr'H advertianent in another column. lan236ra. 1. N. OORRETT. WM. BOTD. CORRETT & BOYD, STE.13IBO.1T agexts, STORAGE. Forwarding and- Commission 31 B R O II A X T S, DKMEllS JiV BAY, COItX AXD OATS. And all kinds of Produce, o. 21 l'roiit Strvet, Uptvcr Wlinrl", 'NASIIVILLE, TENN. Liberal advances made on Consignments Particular attention given to Wlingjordcrs' niarJ-Sm NOTICE TO SHIPPERS AXD COXXJECTJOTGllOsLDS: Fewonr Orncr, Nashvilix axd Chattaxoooa charges on the same, we are under the necessity oj musing io receive sucu rretgnt, unless ircignis ore prepaid on same. , Y. B. JOKES, Freight Agent. tnarCl lm FOU RENT, "FRONTING ON CHORCH STREET. IN THE JL U.vio.v jikd ArRiCAXR)ock.altooraidmbr ably suited for an Office or m.sJlnetiil Bciinesj Apply at the CyunUmi Room of the Ukios aso Amcucas. Janl tf. BY TELEGRAPH. THE DISFA1CHES 8F IflE .ASSOCIATED PESSS FROM WASnrXCTOS. WASuisoToy, March 30. The reward for the capture of Booth, Ilarrold and Atzerot, r.mount ing to $100,000, wilt'l-e paid to-day. X delegation is in "Vashingtei from Richmond to induce the President to forbid negroes celebra ting the 3d of April, the anniversary of the sur render of Lee's army. WASnisGToy, March 30. On inquiry t-day nt the Treasury Department, it was ascertained that there was no authority for a recently published statement that the Secretary would pay May in terest due on 5 20V bonds early in April. Thera has been no :uch determination on the subject. Yesterday evening there was another explosion rft the Washington Arsenal a sheU burst while two of the laborers were engaged in unloading it, one of them will probably lose several if his fin gers by amputation, the other suCaimid only a slight abrasion of the forehead by a fragment of the shell. Since the explosion at the same plate, several months ago, by which ten persons were killed, this work has been carried on in sheds widely se parated, so an explosion in one canrio Communi cate to the other on tho grounds. Very much of this kind of war material has beeo recently brought to artenals. Thad Jens Seott, a country merchant, choked lo death' this evening at Taylor's saloc-n, while eat ing a beef-steak. He was from Napicrville, III., K.d came to buy goods. It is understood ho nr .rivtd tc?day.'; The IT. S. gunboats SJento and Don, which re cently left this port for the West Indies, have re turned to New York. It ii supposed they will form part of a squadron destfned for the eastern, coast. The alleged reason for this chango is that the flying squadron for the protection of our fish ing interests is Tpquired for immediate service, while we have tlx vessels cruising among tho West Indies already. Tho reinforcement for that squadron can be delayed for a time; The bone boiling nuisances of Brooklyn are to be removed by the Sanitary Commission. The Pott states that the American schooner Alma was attacked and captured in tbe China sea by three piratical junks. Tho Captain, Mate and part of the crew saved themselves by taking to the boats, after gallantly defending the vessel as long as possible. A witness in the steamer Meteor case, to-day, testified that there were five boxes of Parrot shot, on board, and that tbo Captain stated, that some Parrot guns had been sent to the Vierpont. Stone's cose was adjourned until Monday. Cholera Conference nt CoiiHtnutinoplc. New York, March 30. It is said that tho chol era conference created a great sensation. Strin gent measures aro being adopted to prevent the return of the cholera at .Constantinople this summer. Rumored Robbery of tho Fenians. New York. March 30. Tho World publishes a rumor this morn'ng of a robbery at the Fenian Headquarters at Union Square of $50,000. Such a rumor was on tho street yesterday, but it was not known to bo founded on facts. From Europe. New York, March 30. The London Pott de clares that England has almost come to tho conclul sion that there ought to bo no restrictions on deep sea fishing, and wams tho provincials that in case they seek to inforce too stringently their supposed rights against American fishermen, England is not likely to make great sacrifices to support, 3,000 miles away, a right that has been virtually abandoned at home. In the House of Lords, in tho course of a debate on tho condition of Ireland, Earl Russel said the Fenian movement aroso out of the American war, just as a previous rising had been biought about by tho revolution. Ho added that, robbing seems to bo tho main object of the brotherhood. Htcphcns, the I'cninn. New Yoag, March 30. A morning paper says, James Stephens, Head Center of the Fenian Brotherhood, has certainly escaped from Ireland. It was disputed at first, but is now conceded. To-day being Good Friday all tho courts, ex cepting the United States Circuit Court, where tbe Meteor case is continued, will bo closed. Tho usual preparations havo been mado in the Cath olic and Episcopal churchcs,for tho commemora tion of tho day. Tbe gold room and stock board will be closed to-day. New York, March 30. Tho meeting aboard tbe iiliip OontUllaUon, bound to Liverpool in harbor .Yesterday, was 'suppressed by an armed force iroin the Revenue Cutter. Tho vosscl remained Under the guns of tho Cutter all night, and sailed this morning. Yntcs, was sentenced to twenty years in State prison for murdering Policeman Curran, of Brook lyn. Tho firo at Duncan Shcnnous A Co., originated ic tho heating apparatus. Tbe building is firo proof and undamaged. No reliable books or pa pers burned. The New Jersey Scnntorsihi. Pim.ADixuuiA, March 30. Senator Ludlow, of New Jersey, who offered a resolution to go into joint meeting in the New Jersey Senate, on Mon day, corrects tho Associated Press dispatch heretofore published, as follows: Tho dispatch of Associated Prc in regard to tho vote in the New Jersey" Senate on the resolution, to go into a joint meeting to elect aNew Jersey Senator, is likely to lead to a mistake. On that subject a vote was taken, ten in favor of tho resolution and ono ngainst it, and the resolution was lost, because of tho previous resolution which had been passed by Mr. Scovillo voting with tho Democrats, to make a majority of tho wholonunibcr eleven, necessary to pass tho resolution. The ten votes given in favor of going into a joinmeeting meeting com prised all members clccted'ns Republicans except Mr. Scovillo who voted with tho Democrats against it. . The 17. S. nml Hrnzil Mnil fi. S. Company. Washi.votox. March 30. The United States' and Brazil Mail Steamship Company have a me morial before'tho House Committee on PostoOiccs and Post roads, asking for an extension of tho route from Rio Janeiro to Montevideo and Buenos Ayrcs. . Tbe new line of mail steamships between New' York and tho ports of Laguira, Puerto nnd Ca bcllo, in Venezuela, touching at St. Johns, will mako their first trip from New York on the 5th of April. Tho company have a subsidy from tho Venezuelan Government for carrying its mails', and have now made application to tho Postoffico Department for a similar scrvivo. Tho letting of contracts for tho postal service in the Western States will, it is supposed, show a largo reduction of rates. Orders have - been received at iho navy yard to fix up ihe steamships Sagho and Marblchead, as apprentice school ships by tho 1st of May, one to go to Norfolk and the other to Annapolis. I'lrc in Clnciiinnti. Cincinnati, March 30. Frank Wells' carriago factory, SG Bank street, was partially destroyed by firo this morning, loss about 5,000 dollars insured. ' .'"!;, J. V, ROB1NSOX. O. T. SlTrlKI.D. n. r. KARSNER. JO. KtiOWLES. J. 3tf. ROBINSON & CO., WHOLESALE DEALERS IN I'OKCIGX AXD DOMESTIC DRY GOODS NOTIONS. ETC. No. 1S5 Weit Main Street, bet. FiRh and Sixth, I.oulvlllo, ly, . OUR STOCK EMBRACES A FULL LINE of Stnple Dry JooN, and we particularly invite the trade to our completo assortment of DRESS GOO 1 S, H CoSsHring in part of RLACK AND FANCY SILKS; POPLINS; GRENADINES. BERAQE5; . TISSUES: LENO CLOTHS;. ' LAJ7NS; JACONETS.. And OROANDI1S. i " Also, a full Line of . , 3V .' IV KIT 15- GO O JD S,, ; 1 i i f LINENS; GLOVES; HOSIERY; DRESS TRIMMINGS; EMBROIDERIES; NOTIONS. Ac J. X. KOI1IXSOX A- CO., 1S3 Main xt. between 5th and Cth streets. taarSl U2m MEDICAL. IJIHE GREAT STRENGTHENING TONIC. (Xot a TOisI-jf Preparation.) nOOFLAND'S GERMAN BITTERS, will euro DEBILITY 1 DEBILITHP resulting from any causo whatever. . ; it . PROSTRATION OF THE SY-STEM, ,; SEVERE HARDSHIPS, EXP0SURE.FEVERS. ami 01 DISEASES OF CAMP LIFE. SOLDIERS. CITIZENS, MALE OR FEMALE. AfilTTPAn x-nirrit will fin. 1 in (his Bitters a Dure Tonic, not .ftif ml- 4cnt onibiid' liquor Iforjtheirtnlmdst miraculous euecu. hh minium mi , HHHHHHHHIUl . : k-V, mIIU HH' V, ; DYSPEPSIA, and Observe the following symptoms resulting from disorders of the digestive orcans: Constipation, Inward Piles, Fulness of Blood to the Head. Nausea, Heartburn, Disgust on Food, Fullness or Weight in the Stomach, Sour Eructa tions, Sinking or Fluttcringntthe Pitof the Stom ach, Swimming of the Head, Hurried and difficult Breathing, Fluttering nt tho Heart, Chokingor Mitiocatinghcnsations when in a lying t'osturo. Dimness of Vision. Dots or Webs before the Sight, Fcverand Dull Pain in thellcad.Hcailachc.Dclici ency of Perspiration. Yellowness of the Skin and .byes, 1'am in tio bide, Back. Cheat, iiiinbs. &e Sudden Flushes of Heat, Burning in the Flesh. Constant imaginings of Evil, and great Depression of Spirits. 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 ft) 00 00 00 00 00 00 (X) 1 00 DISEASES RESULTING FROM DISORDERS or tho LIVER AND DIGESTIVE ORGANS are cured by HOOFLAND'S GERMAN BITTERS This Bitters has PERFORMED CURES, GIVES BETTERSATISFACTION. HAS MORE TESTIMONY, , HAS MORE RESPECTABLE PEOPLE TO VOUCH FOR IT. than any other article in the market. Wc defy any one .to contradict this assertion, and ' WILL PAY $1,000 to any one who will produce a certificate publish ed by us that is not genuine. 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 HOOFLAND'S GERMAN BITTERS, will cure every case of CHRONIC OR NERVOUS DEBILITY. DISEASES OF THE KIDNEYS, AND DISEASES ARISING FROM- A DISOR DERED STOMACH. REMEMBER, THAT "THIS BITTERS IS NOT ALCOHOLIC. CONTAINS. NO 'Ru"m0R AVHISKY. AND CANNOT MAKE. DRUNKARDS. BUT.IT IS THE BESTTONICIN THE WORLD. READ WHO SAYS SO. From the Rev. Levi G. Beck, Pastor of the Bap tist Church, Pembcrton, N. J formerly' of the North Baptist Church, Philadelphia, at present Pastor of tba Baptist Church, Chester, Pa. I havo known Hoofland's German Bitters favor ably for a number of years. I havo used them in my own family and have been so pleased with their effects, that I was induced to recommend them to many others, and know that they have operated in a strikingly beneficial manner. I take great pleasure in thus publicly proclaiming this fact, and calling the attention of those afflicted with the diseasesfor which they arc recommended, to theso Bitters, knowing from experience thatmy recommendation will be sustained. I do this more cheerfully as Hoofland's Bitters is intended to ben cut tho afflicted, and is "not arum drink," Yours, truly, LEVI G. BECK. - . FFFFFFFEFFF FFFFFFFFFFF FF FF -FFFFF ' . FFFFF FF , ,. ... , . , . FF, V '. ' " .yj? ' - - FF FF From Rev. W. D. Seigfried, Pastor of Twelfth Baptist Church, Philadelphia: Gentlemen; I havo recently been Iabor ingunder the distressing effects of indigestion, ac companied by a prostration of tho nervous sys tem. Numerous remedies were commended by friends nnd some of them tested, out without re lief. our Hoofland's German Bitters wcro re commended by persons who had tried them, and whose favorable mention of thcso bitters induced mo to try them. I must confess that Ijhad an aver sion to Patent Medicines from the " thousand and one" quack "Bitters" wheso only aim seem to bo to palm offswectencd and drugged liquor upon the community in a sly way. and the tendency of which, I fear, is to make matiy aconfirmcdrunk nnl. Upon learning that yours was really a med icinal preparation I took it with happy effect. Its action, not only unon the stomach, but uDon tho nervous tystcm, was prompt and gratifying. I feel that I havo derived great and permanent benefit from the use of a fow bottles. Very rcs spcetfully yours. W. D. SEIGFRIED, No. 251 Shackamxon st. LL Li. LI, LL LL LI, LL . LL . LI, LLLLLLLLLL LLLLLLLLLL From Rev. J. Newton Brawn, D. D.. editor of tho Encyclopedia of Religious Knowledge and Christian Chronicle, Philadelphia: -Although 'not disposed to favor or recommend Patent Medicines. in general, through distrust of their ingredient" and effects, I yet know of no suf ficient reasons why a man may not testify to the benefit ho believes himself to have received from any simple preparation, intho hope that he may thus contribute to tbe benefit of others. I do this the moro readily in regard to Hoof land's German Bitters, prepared by Dr. C. M. Snckson, of this city, because I was prejudiced against them for many years, under tho impres sion that they were chiefly an alcoholic mixture. I am indebted to my friend, Robert Shoemaker, F.sq., for the removal of this prejudice by proper tests and for encourageracat to try them when suf fering from great and long continued debility. Tho use of three bottles of theso Bitters at the beginning of tho present year, was followed by evident relief nnd rcstoratian to a degree of bod ily and mental vigor which I had not felt for six months before and had almost despaired of re gaining. 1 therefore thank God any my frjend for directing rao to the use of them. J. NEWTON BROWN, Philadelphia. A .AAA AAAA AA AA AA AA AA , ' AA. t i .: 'AAAA'AAAAA A A A A AA AA AA AA AA AA From the Rev. E. D. Kendall. Assistant Editor Christian Chronicle. Philadelphia: I have derived decided benefit from the use of Hoofland's German Bitters, and feel it my privi lege to recommend them as a most valuable tonic, to all who aro suffering from general debility or from diseases arising from derangement of the liver. Yours truly, E. D. FENDALL, From Rev. Mcrrigc, Pastor of the Passyunk Baptist Church, Philadelphia. From the many respectable recommendations given to Dr. Hoofland's German Bitters, I was in duced to give them a trial. After using several bottles I found them to be a good remedy for de bility, and a most excellent tonie for the stomach. D. MERRIGE. NNNN NN NN NN XX NN NN NN NX NN NX XX NX NX NX NN NX NX XX NX NN XX NN XX NN XX AN NX NN NX NNNN . From the Bev. Thomas Winter. D. D.. Pastor of Roxborougb. Baptist Church: Dear Sir: I feel it duo to your excellent prepa ration, Hoofland's German Bitters, to addm? tes timony to the deserved reputation it has obtained. 1 have for years at times been troubled with great disorder in my bead and nervous system. I was advised by a friend to try a bottle of yourOerman Bitters. I did so. and have experienced great and unexpected relief: my health has been very ma terially benefitted. 1 confidently recommend the articles where 1 meet with cases similar to my own, and have been assured by many of their good effects. Respectfully yours. . T. WINTER. Roxbororough. To. DDDD DD DD DD DD DD DD ;DI) DD v DD DD DD DD DD DD DD DD DD DD DDDD BEWARE OF C.OUNTERFEITS. See that the signature of "CM. Jackson " is en the wrapper of each bottle. Should your nearest druggist not have the arti cle do not bo put-off by any of the intoxicating preparations that may be offered in its place, but send to us and we will forward, securely packed by express. Principal Office and Manufactory, NO. 631 ARCH STREET. PHILADELPU1A.PA, JONES JbEVANS. Successors to C. M. JACKSON k CO. PltOrEIXTOBS. Fftrsale by DrugruU and dealers in rrtrytown in the United States, nnzSv-U&w BANES. 'NATIONAL BANK, NASHVILLE. TENN. Designated Beposilary and Financial Agent Capital Sloclc lnlI In .... 1 230,000 Surplus or t'oiitiiiscnt Fund 30,000 RECEIVES DEPOSITS AND . MAKES Collections' on all accecssible points in the uniieu ciates, tJJflTED STATES BOIVJDS, Gold, Silver, nnd Uncurrcnt Money, BOUGHT AXD SOI,I). Dir.ECTOIiS. HORACE n. HARRISON, C. R. PARSONS. a. g: SANFORD, JAS. G. OGDON. N. DERBY, HENRYL. JONES, JAS. G. OGDEN, Cashier. A. G. SANFORD, President. R. G. JAMISON, .Assistant Cashier, febl6-3m. THE SECOND NATIONAL BAM, OF NAjiHVILLE, College Strcc, near . Union, Designated Dcpositaiy and Financial Agent of tho United States, It is preparcdto transact a regular Banking.busi- ncss, ana iurnisn .xcuange on NEW YORK, ' NEW ORLEANS, LOUISVILLE, AND CINCINNATI. Government Securities, Gold and Silver, bought ana soul on commission. JOHN LUMSDEN. President W. J. THOMAS, Cashier. fcb27-Cm THIRD NATIONAL BANK, NASHVILIE,TENliSSEE. Stockhol crsu . W. W. Bkrev, M. Bnass. . Jons Kiukmas, Jcs. YV. Alms, D. Weaver, Edoab Jones. Da's'l F. Carter. A. J. Ddscas. Alexander Fall, chas. E. Hiluias, Eduusd Cooper. This Bank occupies the building formerly occu pied by tho Planters' Bank, corner of Union and College streets, and is prepared to buy and sell Gold, and Silver, Dcaft; U. S. Sccuritict, and Sta Sondi, Collect Xotet, Drafli, Coupons, etc., in all parts of the United States. 5-20 Itonds nnrt 7-30 Treasury Notes al ways on hard, and for sale. Gold Coupons cashed and compound interest Notes bought at the high est rates. EDGAR JONES Cashier. W. W. BERRY. President. dec7 6m A. J. DUNCAN. President. J. C. WARNER, Cashier. M OF THE IV A S It Y I J4 Jj E, Will give prompt nttcntion.to Collections, etc.; Buys and sells Exchange upon all Cities in the United States, England, and Paris. France. After tho "1st of March, Banking Hours from O a. 'M to 5 p. j(. J. C. WARNER, mar2 lm Cashier. DR. L. L. COLEMAN AMONGST the many complimentary no? tlces giveii us by the press of this city, we know of none which we deem .is coming with bo much heartfelt sincerity, as the All owing from the Nashville Daily Union : "At a period like the present, when our city is (illled to overflowing with a transient popula tion, and diseases nrevail to an extent hitherto undreamt of, it is proper that tho means of cure should be of ready access, nnd that thoso imme diately interested should nave information wnicn will lead them to avail themselves of competent medical advice. Men who have been educated in the best schools of the profession of medicine, and been successful in a practice of many years, are suroly worthy of confidence; if they have given their attention exclusively to one branch of the profession, nnd made themselves mwters of it, tbey have still mors right ta exntct support, more particularly if they have afforded proof of their ability to euro. To this latter class belongs DR. L. L. COLEMAN, who, in his specialty, has been a benefactor to the afflicted, and may ever bo re lied on as a safe and sure physician." Wc respectfully inform our friends that we may still be found at our office, reliev ing those afflicted with OHBOFI0- Venereal Diseases Also, all Female afflictions arising from functional derangements of the "WOMB and irregular Menstruation. All my preparations can be sent by Ex press to any portion of the country. L. L. COLEMAN, M.D. 64 North Cherry Street, Post Office Box 502. Nashville, Tenn. fcb!3-tf Ayer's Sarsaparilla. TS A CONCENTRATED EX- H H I TRACT of tho choice root. H . so combined with other substan ces of still greater alternative H powers as to alioni an effectual JH. LX antidote for diseases Sarsaparilla M is reputed to cure. Such a rcm- 4f edvissurelvwnntedbvthosewho suffer from Strumous complaints, and that one which wilt ac-jouipiisu moir cure must pruve. as this has. of immense service to this lareo class of our afflicted fellow-citiscns. How completely this compound will do it has been proven by experi ment on many of the worst cases to be found in the follnwing complaints: Scrofula. Scrofulous Swellings and Sores, Skin Diseases. Pimples. Pustules. Blotches. Emotions. St. Anthony's Fire, Rose or Erysipelas, Tetter or Bait iincum, scald liead. Kingworm, c. Syphilitor Vonerial Vi'eate is expelled from the system by the prolonged use of this SARSA PARILLA, and the patient is left in comparative health. J-'emule Dittatrt are caused bv Scrofula in the blood, and arc often soon cured by this EXTRACT Ur SAHSAl'AKlliliA. Do notdiscanl this Invaluable medicine, becaure you have been imposed upon by something pro tending to bo Sarasaparilla, while it was not. V ben you have used AYER'S then, nnd not till then, will you know the virtues of Sarsaparilla. For minute particulars of the diseases it cures, wo refer you to Ayer's American Almanac, which the agent below named will furnish gratis to all who call for it. AYER'S CATHARTIC PILLS, for the rare of Costivencss. Jaundice, Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Dysentery, Foul Stomach, Headache. Piles, Rheu matism, Heartburn arisingfroin Disordered Stom ach, Pain, or Morbid Inaction of the Bowels, Flat ulency. Loss of Appetite, Lifer Complaint, Dropsy, Worror, Gout, Neuralgia, and for a Dinner Pill. Tbey ore sugar coated, so tbat tho most sensi tive can take them pleasantly, and tbey are the best Aperient in the world for all ths purposes of a family physic. rreparcu oy a. yj. a a vuM Lowell. Massachusetts, and sold bv Druggists and dealers every where at wholesale and retail; in Nashville by BERRY. DEMOVILLE & WHARTON. mar21 aAin E00Z CITY MILLS FOR SAlaE. "PURSUANT TO THE PROVISIONS OF A I Dih1 of Trust made fcnd executed tha 19th January, 1SC0. by John K. Baumin and Martin B. Koekel. and recorded in the Kerister' officoof Davidson county, Tennessee. In Book No. 30, p. 317, I will expose to public sale. OX THE 28TII Arilll, NEXT, On the premises, FOR CASH, th property de icribed in said Deed, fronting eighty feet on Line street, and running bock one hundred and eight feet on Cherry street, with all tbe improvements and appurtenances thereto belon ring. The build ing U three stories, a first class Flouring Mill, in good order. The attention of capitalists and millers Is called to this property Ol it is one of the best investments that can be made. Parties desirous to examine the property. wiU call on the undersigned. i3AAU iuA i.ua, inutet. Ba23 3tawtd REAL ESTATE, &c. EDGEFIELD! EDGEFIELD! OUR FIRST SPRING PUBLIC SAXE OF Lots, in Edgefield, will comeoff on the prem ises it 11 o'clock a. m. on TUESDAY, AVRIC lmr. commencing with R. W. Brown's Addition, on rho Gallatin Pike, opposite tho residence of ex (lovornor Neill S. Brown. Next in Blood's, Zol licoffur', Lindsley's and Winston's Additions. At about 2 o'clock r. M.wnwillsclla numberof beau tiful Lots on Woodland street, in Houston's nnd Shelhr's Additions, including several I.oU be. longing to tbo Snowden estate, sold by s decree of I. . ""l. -. r. , rr 1:1 I Omnibues and collation a." nsn.il. J. L.&R.W. BROWN, T. TV . BiEXKS, Auctioneer. SSli Unioa street. . mh25-td . . . i BUILDING MATERIA!.4. Notice to Persons Building. IN VIEW OF THE FACT, THAT THERE 13 i no ONE PLACE in the eity where one con bo supplied with material requisite for 11DII.DING PURPOSES. wo have established a depotat No. 6 CollcffG Straetj where wo will keep constantly on band a large stock of LDIE, " HYDRAULIC CEMENT, 1 PLASTER PARIS, LAND PLASTER, ( LATIffiS AND HAIR. 3D NAILS, WIHTEW'ASII BRUSHES, FIRE BRICK AND CLY, clef Fnriiicrs nislilujr IjiikI Plntcr Tor fertlllzlu;r the Moil, can be fiirnlihctt nt, low mien at till- OFF1CK. HURT & CO-' mh25-3m Grand Auction Sale! OF GO J&uiUMng Zots IN BOYD'S'ADDIIirON, s ITUATED ON CHARLOTTE PIKE, SPRINO, liroad ana otner streets. SALE OX THUnsn.VY, APRIL STII, At 10 o'clock, A. il., on the premises. : TERMS, Liberal. Call and sec plots: ANDERSON, JOHNSON k SMITH. mar2j-tds vj. ' Agents. SCHOOI. FUItNITUttE. BIDDS WILL BE RECEIVED FOR ONE 'Hundred and Forty four School Desk", for Ten Tables, and Forty Settees, by T. W. HAI,EY. Chairman of the Committee on Public Schools. For information, apply at the Howard School, be tween the hours of 0 a. Ji. and 2 r. . mar23 dlw Dispatch, Banner Gazette, Tress and Times, please copy. HOUSE FOR SA.17E. ON FRIDAY, the 30lh lny or Jllnrcli. at 10 o'clock, I will sell to the highest bidder, for Cash. One Frame House, on South Cherry St. South of Broad, No. 9S, the property of Thos. O. West, levied on by myself, to satisfy an Execution inny hands in favor of Hall ANcvills. B. F.WEST. C.D.C. mar2S dlw Trustee's Sale of Valuable Property. BY VIRTUE OF A DEED OF TRUST MADE to me as Trusteo on tho 36th of April, 1802, and duly registered in the Register's othce of Da vidson coynty, in Book 32, pp. 42S, 431, I will, on SATURDAY, the 2Rh d iy of March next, ex pose to public sale, on tbo premises, unless sooner disposed of at private sale, tbat valuable Lot ex tending from Market to Water street, in Nash ville, fronting about one hundred and sixteen feet on each street, and known as tho Bishop Miles Property. A plan will be prepared beforo tho salo. Terms: une-tnira ubsu, anu mo resiuue mono and two years with interest. Notes with good se curity required, and alien retained. JNO. O. EWIXO. Trustee. POSTPOXKMEXT.-The abevo mentioned Salo is postponed until SiiturIny, Hie Hint finr 01 .iiirii iicxi. JNO. 0. EWINO, Trustee. raar23 td. Ali:iiiiistraorH A'oticc. rilHE UNDERSIGNED HAVING OBTAINED X Letters of Administration upon the Estate of tho lato Alexanders. rortcr.au persons inueoteu. to tha'said Estate are requested to mako payment, and oil creditors of tho samo aro notified to pre sent their claim within tho lime presennca oy law, or they will bo barred. J. L. RICE. Administrator. mar2J lm with Will annexed. SPX.EXI)I1 I.OTS FOR S.iXE. I70R SALE, Fronting Spruce, noar Broad . street, 100 feet, running back to an ally 175 ft., rnvid nltev dirideM it from James Weod's nroDerty: the lot is in freo territory; it is situated in one of the best neighbornoods in iNosnviiic. Also: Two JLots in Edgefield, Nos. 44 and 45, situnted on the comer of Woodland and Foster streets, one of tho most beautiful situations for a private residence, near tho city, being only a few minutes wniK irom too square, miion JOHN CONNER Hcnl Estato Aeent. Knowlcsstrect, West Nasvllle, mar22 iI2w SAIiE OF REAL. ESTATE. TY VIRTUE OF A DEED IN TRUST JL executed to me by C. l'.. ll.fllartin, l will sen to the highest bidder at tho court-bouse door in tho city of Nashville, Tennessee, on the 30th DAY OF APRIL, A. D 1S60. for One-third Cash, the balance on one and two years credit, unless in the meantime sold privately, the follow ing real estate: A tract of Land situated 2'4 miles from the city of Nashville on the Louis ville and Nashville railroad, containing 24 acres and lot poles: House anil i,ot on Harding Hill lfntian nnd TMitjtnn Mnrtin street, between McLe- more street and Trrtsclwork. 1234 feet by 110; llou'o and Lot, 25 feet by 133 on Martin street: Ice llouso and Lot on Front street, lOH'i. running back to the river: lloaro and Lot on Cherry street, . t . r. r. . e l. ion u.l. 1. . 'n n Twelve Lots in Sijrlcr's Addition. 0 fect by 210 each : Ono Lot in Edgefield, 374 feet front, run ning back 170 teairaliey, on Woodland street. Parties wishing to purchase the above property at private sale, can apply to the undersigned, at hisoffi-e No. 'ritb Cherry street, or toC.B. 1 1. Mail i., Fuoiie Square, No. 18, 0. Ewing k Co.'s Hardware Store. 0. w. i;nij,imiiSiS. Trustee. NasUnic, Tenn.. March 21. 1850. td Palatini Residence for Sale. riHIE FINEST COUNTRY OR CITY RESI X DEKCE in Middle Tennessee, lying within one mile of the city, just above Edgefield, beau tifully located on the bank of the Cumberland, overlooking tho city, with 37 Acres Attached, A magnificent BRICK PALACE, with seme fifteen rooms, beside Bath, Breilng. Linen, and Lumber rooms. Pantries, and Basement. Belnr the well-known residence of Wesley Wheless, deceased. ANDERSON, JOHJ.SUJ X SMITH. mar20 lm Real Estate Agents. TAVERN AXD PJLAATATIOy TO RENT. 'PHE UNDERSIGNED PROFFERS TO RENT X out the well-known Tavern Stand, known as the JJEECJI JIOTKL. PLACE, On the Franklin and Nashville Pike. 3 miles from Franklin, and 14 from Nashville. There are.2G5 acres of Land, of which about 1M acres are In cultivation. The Tavern House has 22 commodious rooms. in good repair. There ore also, npon the place good out-houses, first rate stables, and lots; good Blacksmith shop, and three distinct settlements, betides the Hotel I'laco. It will be rented Xrora one. to- five Tears, and immediate possession given. All the STOCK, PROVENDER, FURNITURE, - t -1 -' J;, FARMING IMPLEMENTS, ACi, Con be height by. tho lessee upon reasonable terms. Apply to the undersigned on the premises. r. II. 3IATS, Administrator of Jno. B. Beech. marM Sm. NOTICE. STATE OF TENNESSEE WHITE COUNTY: I.John J. Dane an. Administrator of the) Eitata of Piereo C Duncan, deceased, bavins. saggeste4 to the County Court of White county; the Insolvency of ths Estate of Pi-.rce C. Duncan, deceased,' do therefore, notify all persons Indebted to the taid Estate to come forward and pay up. nnd all persons bane claims against the tata 01 saia deceased to present taem to me, on or De fore first Monday in August next, duly authenti cated al prescribed by law for pro rata distribu tion, or MB some Will oe mrcver qarrcu. marl3 JOHN J. DUNCAN. Adm'r. FOR RENT. LARGE STORE FOR RENT. Apply at No. IS North Collego street. narz-du. BUSINESS GAUDS. E0BERT MOORE & C0 COTTON FAOTOES, ,4 AND "Commission Merchants, CINCINNATI, OHIO, W "S " . . -Forthoaalo.of .-' ... ;r ' - PIG I RO N, . - 1BLOOMS, PRODUCE GENERAI.lA 'WeiCll brde'ra for" BAQON, LARD, ' -PORK, GROCERIES, . t And articles generally needed by tho South. mar29-dlm "SPENCER HOUSE," CO 11 XE It OF FJIOXT AXD BnOADWAY, CINCINNATI, OHIO, L. A. PRATT, Proprietor. MR. S. JOHNSON. FOR TEN YEARS CON nected with ths Burnet House, is now with tho " Spencer Houso." and will be pleased to seo his many old and valued friend." throughout the South. mar)-d6m A. & J. TROUNSTINEi & CO., WHOLESALE ... u r i ' f lolIis,.Cassimcres - Vcs tin gs, Tri mm i 11 pjs, an l Gents' Furnishing Goods, Nos.S7andS9 Third'st, Southeast cor.' of-Vinc.ES CINCINNATI, OHIO. if, WE ARE OFFERING (1REAT INDUCE MENTS to the Trade in Tennessee and other Southern States : and we Invite special attention, to our departmentof Goods, manufactured by as, especially suited to that section of country. We invite the Trade to iti reus a call. EST J. R. BrigM, late of Nashville, Tennogsce. is with this House, maril dim t. ji. TnuuAS. k. n. w. Titouis, a. n. u'oadlkt. Lite nfClarkt tille, Tenn, fjomttille, Kv. Atlanta. Ga. THOMAS &C0. COMMISSION AND FORWARDING MERCHANTS, NO. 49 vftrE STREET, i' CINCINNATI, OHIO, AND 3f o. 1 'iramiiton'N lluildiiig, Comer Sixth and Main itrecU, LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. Qrnm'gnmcnU of Cotton. Toiaceo and ,o0ier 1 reduce Solicited.- . . 3 We make tho Purchasing of all arllcles of Jiercnanaijo a ipcciaiiiyt 1 Bgrxs IS .ViSIIVILLg, TIXV..TO Thompson Anderson, Berry k Demoville, A. Hamilton, Hugh McCrea, O. W, Fall Sr, Bros, Macey, Driver k Brown. morJD dw3tu ' wit. cmncw. r.o. CLrarAr. oto. B. WglOtXB, C. P. CLCKCAT, WI. CLENEAY & SONS,. COM.HIS.SION 31 KRCIIANTtt, For the purchase and sale of Cotton, Tobacco, Flour, Grain, I'.nk, Bacon. Lard, Hemp, Whisky, Graw Seeds, and all kinds of Pro duce, and Deale.t in pure Bourbon Whisky. A'. E. Corner nf Sreowl and Vine Strttt; Cincinnati, Ohio. AgenU for "Sunny Side." "Broad Guate," "Legal Tender," "Home Comfort." "Anderson"! Choice," and Magnolia Mills XXX Family Flours. tar Liberal Advances mode nn Consignments. mar27 diwCm J. I IiTlTEi'JE, ."Wholesale and Eetail Dealer IK Ilais, Caps, ami Klraiv Good.s. 23 West Fourth street, bet. Main nad Walnut. CINCINNATI, OJIIO. mar2S dBw , B. SCHWEGMANN, DEALER IN Cigars, Liquors anttt jLouaccOf No. SI I'ablie Landing, Corner of Sycamore, CINCINNATI, 0. ' mar23 d6m. Wholesale Grocers, TO and 72 Vine ft, bet. Second nad pearl its., C'inclHHati, O. : marSS dim JOB WVSHg, THOKiH VIUUKS. x.K.aictrr. ow, rvnn. J Oil?; A'COJ, (Suoreojorfto Wynne, Jonea k CtiHf wnoLcuuc Duttts ur Foreign and Domestic N&.S9 Pearl jtrtot. between Vine and Race, CINCINNATI, O. ssartS--d6m DTkX GOODS FXgCir & WRIGHT. Notions and Trimmings, ast fanci; but goods, New and of lha Latest JtmoTtatin. A pew and lull steelt Just received. TSoi 23 North Cherry si. taarav-Alt WHOLESALE DRT G85DS. XEW FIRM. MyMorgan. 0'Bryan &Co. P Ull LTC If QUA li E, NAsimudi ty e, loeonauet a Ucntral Wholesale DryOoodi Thi ar!Ctr HrnnJ ta Vhe of of NMhville! Iho purtnemhip daUng from January 1st. 1S0S. IR11Y MORGAN, OKO. O. O'BRYAN, A. H. WASHINGTON, JAS. II. THOMAS, JO. B. 0'BRYAN Andoro,now'reeclvinc anti openlngmentirely aiBlneffur Stock and Wees, Wo hav6 a. very attractive itoelt of : BRESS GOODS, anil I UtIETIE.M, 'To whih wje ask ivSl aUsntldn. .Thofioods must and will bo sold. IRBY MORGAN. OURYAN k C0vr ' JfextdoortoBerry.Dcmo"llle. marl i d 2m 1866. SPKIMt. 1866. EVANS,FITE & CO. IMPO ETERS i 4tt 'AND "Wliolesale Ie-a 1 e r s i " ' IN WWW li VARIETIES, BOOTS, SHOES and BLA.TS, NO. 4 INN IttOCK, NASHVILLE,. TENNESSEE NASHVILLE, March lOth 18CC WE ARE NOW RECEIVING jniROOOH onr ew ork Houso. (.Messrs. Evans, (lanl ner .t Co., 377 Broadway) the largest and best as sorted Stock of Spring and Summer' DRY GOODS. BOOTS. SHOES AND HATS, Ever brought to this market, and havingpurcbas eil tliisstoclc at lowest Cash prices linco the rectrat dwline, wecanoffur you our Gmxls atflguren that will enable you to compete with Stocks purchased in any market in the United States. We solicit on examination of onr Stock before purchasing elsewhere. AH orders entrusted to us will bo carefully filled and nt tho lowest prices. . , EVANS, FIT& k CO. marlo dSm .t. It. ro.JD. z. o. CS03S. CROSS & BONB, DEALET IN VAEEETT G00D&, NOTIONS SBCOES, HATS, &c. No. 71Tublio Square, UP--STAIBQ, XA.SHVII.I.E, TENNESSEE. maiiJ 3m. TAVEL BRO. S3 Slit-cMor to I'unl r..Tnvrl, BOOK BINDERS,, R V I...E.R S, AXD B i a n k Book 31 Hni'actsrurs, 'WTQULb respectfully annoano) to thepcblic, T i and especially 6 4he otneert of CoutitlM, CoarK ltailroal. Banks, Insurance Comptnles, Ac, that .they art prepared to make, on iholt no tice, and of ths best materials, all kind of tttLxAJfTK. BO0ZS! increiuuig our wcuiuu lor asing were, Kn Xjtrjre or NmnU Hunutlilets. Having long txperlenco In making Eooiu for duTerebt Courts (fi the State, we har pattern for many of tbe Dockets and other Uo)U generally used. Wears Also prepared to Bind allnds of ItOOIjl, MAOAZIXEfi, MIVSIC, Acn in the beststjles, and on short notice. (TJjiion A American" Block,) Cherry Street, Up Sinlm, VANIIVII.I.E. TESTJf mrCI 3n K. Ji. -ItLI.IOK. XUKX. AhUMX. J IS. T. (tUUl ALLISONS k KIRKMAN, ItEOEIVINO. FORWARDING k GENERAL COJOflSSIOX MERCHANTS, GOTOIOIY AM) TOBACCO XT JV C ffi .O It S , ERODUCE,, GHOCEIOES, 0K.11N, xxcr- rrc. N03. 2, 31, 3i SOUTH MARKET, 8TREET. ' 'NASUVIELE: TENN. WE IIAjE TIIE liARQESTAND' M03T novr prepared tff BUY, SEIifc or sxmmjR COTTOtli TOBACCO.. PRODUCE, OtXifT . .. UKOCERUa. AND JIERCHyiN DISS OF1 EVERT DESCKft-rib.' CcnsinimenU salleite! from all teetinnx ef th eocatry.upon which LIDEltAL ADVANCES will be mode. Prompt and strict atttntion given 'oallbosJ iscn entrui to us. marSi-Sa .uiwwiiuun iKHims i opening an entirely pew and compute Mock of Spring (foods, which ,SAi5l!xrii.,?",U'J,,Tl, th? oM Mends or X