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FRIDAY, ArRII. C, 1RCO.
Reading Matter on Each Page.
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF TIIE
TRAINM.
LnuiniJlt and XatlvilU JZailroad.
Leaves Nashville nt
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Arrives at Lonisville.
Leaves Louisville nt
Arrves at Nashville
CaUalin A c nm mmlttt inn .
Leaves Gallatin.
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Arrive t Nashville ....-
Leaves Nashville
Arrives at Gallatin
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Aathvtue and Chattanooga Jlauroad..
Leaves Nashville at-
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Arrive! nt Chattanooga-.
Leaves Chattanooga
Arrives at Nashville-.
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Leaves Itasuville
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Arrives at Chattanooga
Leaves Chattanooira -
Arrives at Nashville
ft'aehvilte and Decatur Eailroad.
Leaves Nashville
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Arrives at Decatur....,
Leaves Decatur . ,
Arrives at Nashville.
Leaves Nashville.
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Leaves Decatur-
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CA7um2(a j4ecommofttion.
Leaves Colombia . 7:20 A M
Arrircs nt Nashville-.. .....10:00 A M
Leaves Nashville- P M
Arrives at Columbia .. .... 6:40 P M
Aathrille and Aorthlreitem Jlauroad
Leave Nashville . . . 4:20 P M
Arrive at Jonnsnnville-.. .... 9:30 P .M
Leave Jobnsonville ....... 1:40 A M
Arrive at Nashville- Bsffi A M
Making close connection with steamers for l'a-
Qucati, Cairo and SU l.nuis.
KdaeJUld and Kentuctv Jlattroad.
Leaves Nahvillo... 3:00 P M
Arnvcat Nashville-. . ....KhCiO A M
Leaves Springfield . . ....... 8:00 A M
Arrives at Springfield ... . . 5:00 P 31
T HE CITY .
Jol I'rlntlii;.-. Having thoroughly refitted
ourcxtenftive Bunk and Job Printintp Offiri va
are prepared to execute any work in this line of
cur business that may bo ottered. Particular at
tention will he paid to Mercantile, Railroad and
Steamboat Printing. Wo respectfully solicit a
rharcof public patrunaje. Satisfaction ctiaran
tccd AuusCMCN'TS. Iu small cities amusements aro
deemed an imperative necessity to tho proper re
cuperation of the physical man, after tho labor
ing hours, incident to tho varied professions and
avocations, have censed. It is then thogrcatest
rcCaxtion is ozpericneed, and places of amuse
ment are retorted to as a relief from the fatiguo
ar.J consequent depression.
As to tho necessity of amusements we will not
U jestion : but as to tho propriety and character
of such indulgences, at tho present time, wo
w:uld uiako a suggestion.
Before tho late war we had objects of charity and
V Institutions of bonevolcncc, whoso appeals could
iit.t bo resisted, but attbosamo time money was
abundant. Hut tho results of the revolution havo
increased theso charitable necessities a hundred
fuld, whilst the tido of revolution has swept
away the treasure that might havo contributed to
their relief.
In consideration of this destitution cannot tho
public be indueed, for a time at least to turn tbeir
patronago to tho benevolent enterprises that nro
ii j w being projoctcd " throughout tho country?
Cannot tho ordinary places of popular amusement
bo abandoned for tho present, and the money that
would be expended in tbeir patronage, bo con
tributed to tho support of such enterprises of be
ncvolcnce as those aow under the guidance of tho
lailies of our country? Tho exercises uf some of
theso organizations will commence in nshorttlmc,
and we aro assured that in point nf amusement
they will compare well with the most popular re
mrts I u urcing this ohungo of patronago wo do not
do it from any prejudice to the leading resorts of
public nmu'cinrnt, fur wo deem thorn ono of so
ciety's itidiipcnsablos, but fur the purpose of elici
ting an interest In tho several emulativo enter
prises now in operation, for tho relief, of
the indigent resulting from tho lato w, Theso
several associations speak for thcmsclrAron tho
mere announcement of their purposoarTd intent.
Surely no ono who had any sympathy with tho
South, in the late unfortunate revolution, will
deny tho claims on them, of tho Association, un
der tho cuidaueo of .Mrs. Folia Porter, having for
its purpose the procuring of artificial limbs for
thoso who wcro so unfortunate as to lose their
11 jili in the lato war. lias not tho organization
at Franklin, in charge of the ladies of that place,
having for Its purpoo tho collection of the ro
mainiof our gallant dead the Confederate sol
diers, who slocp uncarod for and often unburicd
from tho Potomao to the Kio Grande, no claims
on you? Reflect but ono moment as you obscrvo
tho I'liitcd Status Government gathering her sol
diers, who fell in battle and interring them in
National Ccmetoriw. This, though done at pub
lic expense, should arouse, at least, a feeling of
prido for our dead, to ruy nothing uf
of tho ties of association. If ours are
ever properly interred, it will havo to be
dono by private contribution. Is thcro no
ryrapathy for. this enterprise. Docs not their
bleaching bones elicit no emotion in tho bosoms
isf thoso who once stood side by sido with them on
the field of battle, or endured with them tho pri
vations of a soldicrrs' life; or who in their earlier
1 cars were their companions In tho social circle?
Again Is there no interest folt in tho associa
tion of tho ladies at Clarksvillc, who aro endea
voring t'.i establish nn Asylum for the orphaned
thousands of our Confoderato dead if Surely tho
orphans' cries, tho widows ' tears, tho limbless
brave mid our unburiod and neglected dead will
elicit some footings of charity and benevolence.
Here, too, nre'our churches and institutions of
benevolence, throughout the Stat and South,
that ore destituto in ruins and poverty. Theso
aro to bo restored to their original status only by
means of private contribution. And we would
urg thoo who wish to attend places of amuse
meut, to givo encouragement to the scries of en
tertainments which aro to be given throughout
tho State by those several organisations for tho
benefit of tho purposes In question. The dicta
tions of humanity thus conjure you.
Oca Municipal Court Ckimr. Tho ob:
ronoo of the usual array of offenders before this
Court, for the past few days, cannot be attributed
to tho diminution of crime in the city, but to the
failure of the apprehension of offenders. Would
that this limited attendaneo did but signify an
expression of reform. However, as wo remarked
ina former article, tho lenient manner in w hich
our municipal mid State laws have been execu
ted, because of the presenco of military law, which
was supreme, the penalties indicted, rather gave
encouragement to crime than to Its suppression.
And since this censorship has been somewhat re
moved, and society thrown back to its origi
nal statu, in tho administration of law, great
effort should bo mado to rdRoro the original re
spect for the municipal regulations of our city.
Hut laws that commanded respect beforo tho re
volution fall to produce tho like effect now.
Henco the necessity of reform, as it involves tho
future mural character of tho city. A moral re
formation is requisite now. to some extent, to tho
pr..:cr appreciation of civil law, aad if such nn
Impression could be produced on the public mind,
seconded by rigid and judicious legislation, we
liocdhavo no fi-ar aitutlic restoration in question.
To check crime, offenders must bo mado to feel
tw. things: First, tho heinousness of crime in the
crtttnation of f octy: Second, tho consequent ro
su'.ts tithe violation of tho laws governing socie
ty These are important points in tho execution
.ftheUw. which tho great moral depravity, en
gendered by the lato war, renders almost imprac
ticable. Sueh a course, in tlto absonca ofeffoctivo
law. would tend in n great decroo to diminish tho
growth of crime in our city.
We have been forcibly impressed with an ocea-sionalj-cmark,
Uy way. uf advice, mado by Judgo
Wilkinson, to the-e who were before him for
vrime. Tho Influence was magical, and illustrated
the principlo "that eouviction of the depravity
i.f crime is the great basis of reform."
Wearo gratified that eur city authorities, aside
f. jni tho execution of tho law tolls fullest extent,
do everything in their power that wilt contribute
tj tho convincing of offenders of the seriousness
v and gra ity of their crimes, and tho necessity of
reform in tho future.
They seem to have a proper appreciation of
thr.r responsibilities; and with legislation of a
character such as to attach terror to the violation
uf tho law, and a rigid adhcrancc to the same, we
thalt have no fears as to the early realisation ef
the desired reformation.
Covrt Marti iu The General Court Martial
has completed the case of K. 7.. Iltggs, with tho
exception of tho testimony of Major W. J.Stcv
cn. late Superintendent United States Military
Hailroad. Major Stevens is now sick and will not
be able to attend on the court before Monday,
when bis testimony will be received, case closed,
and testimony furnished to Major General Stone
man, commanding Department Tennessee, for his
urproval.
Wk call attention to the adverti-ement of N.
B, Pcarce, grocery mercbant. No. 47, South Mark
et street. His stock Is large and bit terms mod
crate. Koa pure Irish Linens, cngAr, rati at the
Orleans store. No 17 Public Square. marSt-Sw
Direct importation of Irish Linenf-at the
Orleans store: warSMw
rsiVATX. Midicai. Actios. Head Dr. Whit
tier's advertisement In another column. (Jan3-Cm
Tobacco. Just received, Thrco Hundred and
Fifty-two boxes Virginia Chewing Tobaceo.'of dif
fsrsnt grade, which we will sell at verr lousricti.
A. Rita. A Co..
driCS-: No. 10 North Collect street.
Commtwhatcd. -,
Tru MtncnANTS aso tns Railroads. In the
Uxiox axd Auericax of tie 5th inst, appears an
artlcio over the slgnatare of "Wayside Stock
holder." lie claims that the interest of the
stockholders should be gu-ided. So cay we. Let
us sc .If this is done. Here are tho Tariff of
chargm from both St Louis and Xashvillo.
"JBOII ST. LOCIS CAR LOAD.
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St. 'Louis
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Nashville-.1 00 80 21
Cbat'nooga2 65 1 53l 2fi
Atlanta. A 16" 2 23 SI
Augusta 1 WS3S M
West PointJi ffi 3 03 CC
Mentgomer'.7 15 3 Hi 81
Knuxville 4 15 2 23 1
15 20 17
17 SO
32 27
27 1 53
32
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47
33
37 2 53
CS
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47 3 63
472 56
57 4 53
37 2 53
rs.au sASiimLS car load.
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From 2
Nashville
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to a
Chattanooga2 frJ 1 00
Atlanta 7 50 1 80
Augusta H 75 2 80
West Point 9 00 2 55
M'tgomcryl0 50 335
Knoxville..-4 00 1 70
US
2 (15
3 70
"3F
15 10
27 20
39 30
Si 30
51 40
27 20
3
2 45
3 45
3 45
4 45
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i 1 56
370 1 55 50
4 75 1 75 C5
2 30 55 35
1 05
Railroads seek through freights only when tho
local freights will not fully employ all its rolling
stock. Rut tho facts in this coso show that freights
from Nashville and way stations to Chattanooga
havo laid in the depots for days, whilst freights in
trains upon trains were wheeling along the Nash
villo ii Chattanooga railroad.
If asked why this load fruight cannot be ship
ped, it is answered that tho atockholdert male
tnort money tV tarrying corn fiom fit. Louit at
about S rente per buehet than for carrying com for
Tmnrttcant at 15 rente per luiM.
Then, again, when tho freight reaches Chatta
nooga, the Georgia Stato road cannot tako it
away, becauso they havo not cars enough to do
their own local business and this through freight
too. Rut this is is a zm.ill matter, for the Nash
ville and Chattanooga railroad ofiiecrs aro very
accommodating end send their own cars through
to Atlanta. If this was all, we might afford to
stared it. Rut theso oCecrs are so accommoda
ting they send their cars doicn to Johnsonvillo to
tako away tho freight from there, for tho Nash
ville and Northwestern railroad say they have
not tbo cars to do this through business and their
own local freight also.
Rut seriously for this is too grave a matter to
bo sporting with the Stockholders of tho NasH
ville and Chattanooga railroad aro actually and
in .fact furnishing can) for tho Noshvillo and
Northwestern and tho Georgia State roads to do
their business, whilo their ofiiecrs cannot do your
own loeal business, and for this rolling.'stock
which is being used at both ends of your road and
not exeluiitety for your own road, you aro involv
ed. His said, in a debt exceeding ono million of
dollars I It becomes you to stop and cxamino in
to this matter.
All Tennessee wants, and what sho will havo.
Is justice. Let the rolling stock of tho Nashville
and Chattanooga railroad bo employed in trans
porting tho freight offered on her own road, nnd
when that fails to employ it, let tho remainder bo
used for foreign freight. This is what tho Nash
villo and Northwestern and Georgia Stato roads
do, and this is what is demanded by tbo public.
It is a great mis tako of tho officers to tupposo
they can intimidata Tennessee. Tbo State gener
ously loaned tho Nashville & Chattanooga Rail
road Company almost one-half tho money which
constructed their road, and for which to-day sho
holds tho first mortgage, and it is but iust and fair
that her citizens should be piaecd upon a footing
of equality.
Rut docs tho nbovo tariff of charges show an
equal footing? Let us see. Whisky from St.
Louis to Chattanooga, $2.65 per barrel. Whisky
from Nashville io Chattanooga, $2 50 per barrel.
Only charging 15c per barrel, whilo wo all know,
as shown in tho above tariff, it costs $1. Now tho
stockholders can sco whero their money goes. A
bprrcl of flour costs $211 from St. Louis to At
lanta, aniKfromlNiuhvillo tbo same costs to Atlan
ta $1 40; only charging 53c per barrel from St.
Louis to Noshvillo, whereas tho cbargo is 80 cents
por barrel, losing thcroby 27 cents per barrel
There goes the money again. Corn per bushel
from St. Louis to Atlanta, 30 cents. Corn from
Nashville to Atlanta 27 cents. St, Louis to Nash
ville 17 cents. Thcro is a lofs again of 10 cents
per bushel.
This is tho way the money of tho stockholders
goes. Keep up this lino and you will soon sco nil
of your stock bought up by tho few, nnd then wo
will have saddled upon us a huge nnd gigantia
monopoly. Stockholders, look into tho facts nnd
examine for yourselves. Another Outsider.
3in. Waud'h School. It is with a moro than
ordinary drgroo of pleasurothat wc invite at
tention to the advertisement of Rev. Jlr. Ward,
which wc publish this morning. Tho capacity of
Mr. Ward for tho portion which ho occupies is
well known to the people of this city, nnd indeed
to his lurge circlo f acquaintances throughout
the Southern States. A debt of gratitude is duo
him for having established in our midst a school
where the young ladies of tho South may learn
any of tho ornamental branches of education, and
where they must learn those more zolid and es
sential branches which make woman of highest
worth.
3Ir. Ward's success fince the beginning of his
first session in September last, gives tho brightest
promise of his future usefulness as a teacher of
the girls and young ladles of our land. In tho
selection of bis assistants, ho has and is deter
mined to keep nono hut tbo very best.
His location is excellent, and his residence one
of tho larger t and handsomest in the city
Mouk Ariirstb. Through'the courtesy of Gen
eral Johnson, wo learn that John Thcxton and
O. 0. Stalcy, implioatcd in the frauds upon tho
Quartermaster's Department by Henry Rruncr,
et if, were arrested in Louisville and brought to
this city yesterday. Ilcing unablo to givo bail,
theso worthies were assigned berths in tho Gov
ernment hotel, the freedom of which was extend
ed by Uncle Sam.
Also, William 3IcKay Hodge, formerly a clerk
for H. Rruncr, and uno Anderson, formerly Col.
Irvine's clerk, were arrested in Louisvillo nnd
brought to this place, being implicated in tho
same frauds. They gave bonds for their nppcar
anco in tho sum of $10,000 each, and wcro then
released.
The reported arrcsl'of J. Henderson, one of tha
proprietors of tho Louisvillo Journal, as appeared
in -oiiio of our city papers yesterday, is incorrect,
as no arrest has been mado.
A Stri in thr Riqiit Direction-. Moses
Tucker and Alfred Kills, so!3ier.i belonging to tho
111th U. S, C. Infantry, who some timo sinco
murdered, by. shooting, an orphan boy named
Henry Lovelady, eight years of age. In or near
Murfrccsboro. nnd who havo been in military
confinement fur somo time, havo been surrendered
for trial, to tho civil authorities of Rutherford
county. We are moro than gratified to make this
announcement, for the adoption of such a courso
will put a period to the lawlessness nnd insolrnco
of that clas of soldiers who are disposed to take
advantage of tho bayonet for tho perpetration of
crime.
A Carp To tub Potato. Messrs. Editors: As
a matter of Justice allow me thus publicly to ex
press my gratitude to 3Ir. D. Weaver, Cashier of
tho Planters' Rank, for his promptness in return
ing to me tho money stolen from tho vault of that
institution. The notes deposited were 7-30s. nnd
I have received from him both tho principal nnd
Interest. In the whale, transaction bo has acted
with promptness, and I tako this method of re
turning to him my profoundest thanks.
J. Quinx.
N ASHV1LLK, April 3, IMS.
AtTRMTinxb dtrojtod to the advertis cmcnt of
Davis, Ctillamuro .1 Co., of New York. This Is
one of the leading establishments in its lino in
the country. Merchants and privato parties vis
iting the groat emporium will find a large assort
ment of tho Guest goods nt this house, at reason
able prices.
Thr card of llerumnn Ratjer.sole agent for the
celebrated DcSt. Marccaux champagne, and fun
eral dealer in fine liquors and cigar. No. CI
Water street. New York, will bo found in our ad
vertising columns to-day. There is no moro re
liable house in the country thsri this.
Drad Root Focnd. A young man named Geo.
Hall, who fell from the steamer 1'iketon, somo two
weeks since, and was drowned, but eouli not be
found owing to the boat being in motion, was
found yesterday nuar Rucna Vista Ferry, by a
fisherman named Dunjy. His body was hanging
to a snag in tho river.
Soda. Tbo public will be gratified to learn tha
our imediato nelglibors. Messrs. DiwoTILLi k
Co., havo opcnJ their Soda Fountain for the
seasoq, We tcstedaglass yestardayandprononco
It superb. The syrups used are of the purest
'compositions,
Mr. A.Df.ALLiNhasour thanks for late filet
of papers. Mr. A. is agent for the Louisvillo
Democrat.
The Adams Express Company have thanks for
late papsrs.
In calling attention In our last issue, to the, ad
vertisement of Mesan. Pigue Jc Mauler, wo spoke
of them as wholesale dealers. This was incorrect.
Their busineu is exclusively retail, and Inviting
to that clu f pert jut.
MONETARY AND COMMERCIAL.
OmCR OP TOR TJSIOS AXD AVKRICAJf.l
Fridat. April 6. 1866.
Moicktart. Wo have no changes to note in the
quotations of currency since ocr last.
Cotton'. There was bnt.very; little cotton offer
ing yesterday. Telegrams from New York at
noon giving Liverpool news of the 21th ulU- with
a decline of J41, caused an inactive market, with
a sale of a few bales at 2523 cents, according to
grade.
Groceries. The market on yesterday was
without change. In all leading articles tho ap
ply is ample and an incrcaso of sales antici
pated. IOiilivllle Hnrlicl.
Ry Telegraph.
Louisville, April 5. Lkai" TonAcco A shado
higher on good grades. Sales of 1S3 hhds.
Provisions Mess Pork $2550; Racon shoul
ders 13c ; clear sides lCc; sugar cured hams 22c:
plain hams ISc; prime lard in tierce ISc.
Floor $7 for superfine. ;
Corn Mixed 57c.
Oats 45c
WniflET 2 20c.
St. Ixulu JTiirkct. '
Ry Telegraph'.
St. Locis. April 5. Flour Dull at'$G 757 00,
for single extra ; $7 50310 50 for doublo ex
tra. WnEAT-Finnnt$l 55c." ,
Corn Dull at 65c.
Oats Lower atSSallJc.
Provisions Pork and bacon unchanged. '
Lard Unchanged.
Wuisky Unchanged.
Cincinnati Unrlcct.
Ry Telegraph.
Cincinnati, April 5. Floor Dull and un
changed, at $7 0038 00 for standard superfine,
and $911 50 for family.
Corn Dull at 5152e in clovator.
Oats-DhII. at3fl40e for No. 1 and 2.
WitiSKT-Dull at $2 22$2 23.
Provisions Unchanged, Mcts pork 25025 50;
Lard ISc; bulk meats in fair 'demand, at 10
-3'c, packed; nothing doing in bacon.
Clovrr Skrd $5 30.
Gold 124(3128. Tho latter the selling nnd tho
former tho buying rate.
Xcw York Money Market.
NkwYore, April 5. Money inactive and do
mand firm, 6 per cent, being tho general rato on
call. Lenders discriminate closely on discount,
but rates remain steady at :78 for prime names,
and 910 for good. Foreign exchango very dull
nnd tho market glutted. Rills on tho best bank
ers nominal, at10610GK for 60 days. Sterling
cotton bills aro worth 105. Gold less activo and
rrico has ranged at 127J12S. Flat stock market
fovcrish under tho speculative operations in
U. S. bonds. Thcrcare many heavy losers by
speculation, not only on tho part of largo pro
fessional speculators, but among brokers and tho
outside public. There is considerable caution
shown toward certain firms who nro known to bo
implicatcdjin tho operation. Tho general market is
rather steadier than yesterday. Cotton nnd pro
duce is in activo demand and apparently firm.
Clique bids for largo amounts of stock were mado
after call. Government stocks nro weaker, appa
rently from tho diminished caso in money.
New Vorlt Market.
Nrw Yong. Anril 4. Floor Market nrtirn
and prices without decided change ; $7 157 50
for extra State. $6 757 25 for extra round hoop
Ohio, nnd $3 65 11 for trade brands.
WnisCY Market ilntl -with ftalpQ nf Wcle-ri nt
2 a . ..
UttocKRiRS uoileo dull, sugar steady at 13JSe
for Porto Kieo; 10MlHie for Cuba Muscovoda;
Havana, 13e. Molasses steady nt 4042c for
Porto Rico.
Provisions Pork onenod firmer, hut rln.e.l
heavy, at j2626 31 for new mess, closing $26 15
cash, nnd $25tap 25 for old do., and $21 2522 for
prime; also, 7."JPhbls new mess for April, May
and June, sellers' option, at $26 50. Cut meats
heavy, at ll'412c tor shoulders, and lS18Ko
fur hams. Racon quiet, at 14?i14c for Cum-
norland cut: l.i;sc lor snort ribbed, and JoJJc for
long ribbed. Lard dull, at 16lSje. Chccsodull
at 1622c.
I'orelKn Ailvlccw.
By Telegraph.
LiVRsrooL, March 24. Rreadstofps Rich
ardson, Spcncc Sc Co., and Wnksficld, Nash .fcCc,
report flour inactivo, nnd prices rather in favor
of buyers. Wheat dull, but quotations unchang
ed; win'cr red, 1010s 6d per 100 lbs. Corn firm
r.nd in fair demand, at 29s per 450 lbs for mixed
provisions.
Provisions Rigcland, Athaya Jk Co., and
Bruce, Macauliffo .t Co., report beef quist, at2s-
6d3s lower, under increased arrivals. Pork de
clined to 92s 6d95s for old and new. Racon in
active and l2s lower on tho week. Rutter con
tinues sl6V. Lard 2s lower on tho week, and
tending downward.
Chkksk Quiet, but steady.
TALLowIn fair demnnd, nt !19s50s per 100
pounds.
Grocrries Sugars quiet nnd lower, Coffco un
changed.
Rice Firm nnd littlo offering.
Bark Sales of Raltiinnro at 7s 6d.
Oils Linseed quiet. Clover seed dull. Ameri
can red 424Ss. Linseed enko firmer. Sperm oi
tells at 125 for. winter. Nothing doing in cod or
whale. Linseed oil is firm at 42s Cd43.
Rosin Rather better fur American, sales at (3s
3d for black to 7s Cd for common.
Spirits Tcrphntikb. SaUs of French at
4Ss. CM.
Pxtrolkou Roulte. English & Rrandon re
port n firmer mnrkct nnd an improved demand.
Sides refined Is lid up to :2s Id, chiefly nt 2s Id.
Spirits Is 3d.
London, March 21. Rrhadstcffs Raring
Rros. report hrendstuu's dull and prices barely
maintained.
Iron Quiot. Rails nnd bars dSlOs. "Scotch
pig 70s 3d.
Groceries Sugar quiet, and 6d lower. Cof
fee steady, nnd very littlo offering. Ton un
changed. Common Congo Is ldls VA. Rico
firmer.
Torpkntink Firm. American Id.
Pbtroleou Refined Is 3d.
Oil Sperm quiet. "
Tallow Frequent fluctuations, closlnat50.for
primo onspot.
CorPBR Manufactured reduced 5 per ton.
Livkrpool, March 24. Cotton Dull and tends
downward. Sales to-day of 6,000 bales of mid-"
dling uplands at 19c. 't
Rrkaiistovfs Dull and unchanged, except
corn, which is firm.
Provisions Inactivo.
IllVKR SEWN.
The river is still declining with about four and
a half fcot on tho shoals.
Thcro was no arrivals or departures yes-
tcrdyay.
Tho fino steamers Putcttine, for St. Louis, and
Emma J-'loyd for Cincinnati, are advertised to
lcavo this evening at 4 o'clock, Corbctt A Boyd
nro agents for the Louisvillo Packet, and A. W.
Johnson, Jr., is agent for tho Cincinnati Packet.
We clip tho following from tho Louisville Cou-
rrr of yesterday:
The river was at a stand- vesterdav with seven
feet thrco inches oflwatcr in the canal in tho even
ing by tho mark. During tho previous twouty
four hours it had not fallen an inch at tho head
of the fall. The weather continues clear and de
lightful, though rather too warm, the thermome
ter ranging as tiigh as 76.
On tho falls last evening, by tho pilots' marks,
thero wero fivo feet five inches water in tho pass,
down tho Indian chute, and tho river nt a stand.
1 he present -udden check to tho fall or water
is tho effects of tho late swell at Pittsburg, whero
thcro had been upwards of seven feet water in
thochannol for fully a week. Our special dis
patch yesterday announced another coalboat rise
at that point, with eight fcot water in tho Mo
nongahala and nine feet in tho Allegheny, and
still rising. Eight towboats had departed heavily
laden with coal for this port.
Dxalhrs in drsgs nndlncdicincs will not fail to
visit the wholesale establishment of Ed. Wilder .t
Co., Louisville, Ky., as it is one of the most mag
nificent in the Southwest, thoroughly furnished
and well appointed, in all its arrangements. With
tho already well established reputation of this old
and reliable houso, it would almost bo a wastoof
words to recommend the firm to anybody
North' or South. Tho came of Edward Wilder,
with wholesale and retail dealers in drugs and
medicinos throughout the country, is familiar as
"household words," and we can only wish tho
firm a continuation of that success which has
crowned them for so many years past.
Among the attaches of this houso is Wm. H.
Ewin. Esq., formerly of Nashville. Tennessee, and
one of the most genial, elegant and true gentle
men with whom we have any acquaintance Mr.
Ewin is a thorough business man, possesses great
energy of character, a very extensive acquaint
ance, and, wherever known, is very popular. His
hosts of friends through tho South will bo glad to
learn of Mr. Ewin's present location, of the good
company Into which he has fallen, and of tha suc
cess attending him, and thoso with whom ho is
now associated.
"Widely Kxo-nr." It is generally suppose!
that tho Wcbitcrs, Palmerstons, Gortasehoffs,
Mettcrnichoj, and Garribaldit of polities are tho
men of tho world-wide renown, rjid.'io they aro
where newspapers circulatcbut not much beyond.
Ope of our friends lately returned from China,
amuses us with the recital of his Journey inland
for some distance, whero the enquiry oftcoest
made when he became, known as an American,
was whether ha knew or had ever sn the great
chemist of Ms coantry. Dr. Atrr. that made tha
medicines. They use his remedies many of then
havo been cured by them and they speak of him,
as if he occupied the whole of America or were at
least the great feature of it. A mandarin who had
been cured of a malignant nicer or.lhe hip by
his Sartaparilla. seemed to considar fWur princi
plo article of export, and its inventor one of the
fsw men this continent had ever produced worthy
tha attention of Chinaiaen Yic Fort JYVtr.
ap3 lm.
BY TELEGRAPH.
TIIE DISFA1CEES OP TEE ASSOCIATED PEESS
FROM -WASHIXaTOX.
Washington, April 5. Senator Wade has pre
pared an amendment, which ho will offer when
Senator Sumner brings up the bill for the Paris
Exposition, that no money bo paid out under
that bill nntil after Louis Napoleon withdraws the
French troops from Mexico. This will givo rise
to debate, which, if allowed to proceed, will re
open the whole Mexican question.
The galleries of the Senate aro again densely
crowded, tho debate on tho President's veto of tho
Civil Rights bill being the great cause of attrac
tion.
COGItE.SSIO.VAL.
Washington, April 5. Hocsk Tho morniug
hour was occupied in the consideration of reports
from tho Committee on Military Affairs. A con
siderable amount of miscellaneous matter from
that committee was disposed of, including the paa
sagoof a bill giving thrco months pay proper, al
lowed to. army officers who should continue in
the scrvico to the closo of the war, to such officers
03 resigned .or were mustered out at their own re
quest, after the 2ith of April, 1S63. The WarDe
partmcnt had construed tho law as not covering
such cases.
Mr. Stevens made a report from the Confcrcnco
Committee on the deficiency bill, which was
ngrcedto; Theonly matter of public interest in
it, is thSt in reference to engraving the faco of the
Superintendent of Public Printing on tbo five
cent currency stamps. Tha committee ngrccd
upon tno following proviso:
Protxdtd, No portrait or likeness of any living
person shall bo hereafter engraved and placed
upon any bonds, securities or notes, or fractional
or postal currency of the United States.
Mr. Thayer, of Pennsylvania, asked whether
thrt proviso was agreed upon ns a means to avoid
rhe cxpcDfoof having now plates engraved.
Mr. Stevens replied, that if thcro wcro to bo but
ono plato engraved tho conference committee
would probably have agreed to that, But-thi?
printing of new plates for nil tho fractional cur
rency would cost JCO0.O0O, and require a delay of
three months.
Mr. Thayer thought the action of tho Commit
tee entirely proper under tho circumstances. Ho
wished tho country to understand the reason for
the modification mado by the committee in tho
proviso.
Mr. Schcnck introduced n bill for tho relief of
Com. Paulding, U. S. N which was referred to
the Committco on Naval Affairs.
Tho Houso resumed the consideration of tho
Rrooks-Dodgeeicction cosc,!from tho 8th district of
New York. Mr. Shollabarger made an argument
in support of the contestant.
From Europe.
Nbw York, April 5. Tho Jloyal mail steamer,
Capt. Stono, which left Liverpool at 1 o'clock on
tbo afternoon of the 24th, and Quecnstown on tho
25th of March, arrived this morning.
In tho House of Commons, Gladstone announced
that tho Government intended to proceed with
the Reform bill, regardless of suggestions or pro
posed amendments. They would resist Grosvo-
nor's amendment, as it implied a direct want of
confidence in tho Government.
The Houso adjourned until tho 0th of April for
the Easter holidays.
Tho stock of tho Anglo-American Telegraph
Company, 1600,000, subscribed and tho books aro
closed. The manufacture of the eablo is pro
gressing nt tho rate of nineteen nautical miles per
day.
It is positively asserted that Hend Centre Steph
ens is the guest of John Mitchell in Paris, and
will lcavo Havre for New York shortly. He
quitted Ireland in a sailing boat via Galway.
Fenian affairs received attention in Parliament.
Tho Attorney General said with regard to parties
under arrest who had come from America, ho was
ready to give a favorable consideration to their
applications for release, on premises to leave
Ireland nnd return whence they came.
Napoleon' received tholaddrcss of the Curpe
Lrgitlatif, and made a speech accepting tho vote
of the majority as a continued indorsement of his
policy, and spoke in favor of tho extension of an
enlightened liberty ns calculated to strengthen
tho Government, not that liberty which may be
como an arm to undcrmino and overthrow it.
Tho Rank of Franco's week's returns show a
gain of 22,500,000 francs cash. Tho Rank has re
duced tho rato of discount from 4 to 3J4.
Three Spanish scrow frigates aro in Cadiz har
bor, ready for sea in caso of the nppcaranco of
Chilian privateers.
Recruiting for tho Austrian volunteer corps, for
Moxico, had commenced.
LivHsrooL, March 25. Tho cx-Quccn of tho
French, tho widow of Louis Phillippe, died at
Clarcmont yesterday.
Rourso closed dull yesterday at 6Sf 45c. Shang
hai advices to February 21st represent the Minifl
rebels Icssthrcntcningtownrds thenorthorn posts.
They had occasioned great alarm. Vigorous pre
parations had been made to resist them.
Tho French Muncipal Consul at Shanghai had
been imprisoned for refusing to give up certain
documents.
Tho Vienna and Rcrlin journals continue full
of warlike rumors, military preparations, etc. It
ii reported that England, France nnd Russia have
resolved to tendor them mediation, nnd it is as
serted that nn English agent has already been
sent to Rcrlin in .the interest of peace.
T'tc I'riiluim.
Nxw York, April 5. Tho Herald give! a
rumor that two expeditions, ono consisting of
three iron steamers, carrying 3,000 men, and tho
other of two steamers, with 2,500 soldiers on
board, reported to have sailed for Bermuda,
which, it was stated, was to bo taken possession
of and u?cd as a base for tho final expedition
against Ireland. Other vessels nro ftportod to
have sailed from various ports in tho United
States, all bound for Rarmuda. Altogether thcro
was quite a fcrmont in Fenian circles over tho
new warliko movements supposed to bo under
way.
Tho II "orW says the expedition is bound for the
Island of Campo Hello, nt the cntrnnco of Passa
maquoddy Ray. Fivo or six hundred men have
gone in small squads to Mochias, Maine, thero to
Sembark for their destination in schooners. Two
rinting presses accompany tno expedition, ana
'as soon as a lauding is effected proclamations will
bo issued to the Fenians of the United State, to
join them there.
Thcro are somo Rritish troops on tho Island, who
aro to bo attacked by suporior numbers. A Pro
visional Government Is to bo organised, a Presi
dent elected. New Brunswick is to be conquered,
a Congress established, etc. Killian leads the ex
pedition, supported by Downing and others.
Older nelcntinc General Ilrmlley
JoIlIINOIt.
Raltiuorr April 5. In tho United States Court
this forenoon, papers wcro filed by tho acting
District Attorney, W. Rogers, consisting among
others, of a copy of a letter from Lieut. General
Grant to tho President, and one writton accor
ding to tho instruction of tho latter, by tho At
torney General to W. G. Jones, nssistnnt Attor
ney of tho U. S. Court. Tho following is the let
ter of Lieut. General Grant:
Hrad Quarters or thr U, S. Arvt,
Washington, April 2, 1863. J
To His Kxcrll-ikcy, Andrew Johnson, Prbsi
drst of thk Unuhd States: Sir, I would ro
spectfully request that Bradley T.Johnson, lato a
General in tho rebel army, bo released from the
bonds under which he is now held by the Stato of
Maryland, for tho part he took In the battlo of
Gettysburg, as I understand, in 1S63. R.T.John
son was paroled under tho Convention between
Gen. Sherman nnd Johnson. At tho timo of his
indictment, he was in the Stato of Maryland, by
authorits from these head quarters.
I have the honor to be, very respectfully,
Your obedient servant,
U. S. Grant, Lieut. General.
The following is the endorsement of tho Presi
dent ;
jfxHCCTiYK Manriox. April 2.1S6C To Attor
ney General: Comply with this request.
Signed A. Johnson.
Tho following Is tho rcsponso of the Attorney
Gcncml:
Wajiiixotos, April 2,1866. To W. J. Jones,
Di.-trict Attorney. Baltimore. Md: On the first
and second pages of this sheet you will find copies
of a letter from Gen. Grant to the President and
a note from the President to mo in which he de
sires me to comply with the request of General
Grant. In obedience, therefore, to the order of
'the President, you are hereby instructed to re
lease B. T. Johnson from his bonds. Ho is to bo
discharged from arrest nnd not again arrested un
less upon order from this oCee.
I nm, sir. most respectfully your ob't serv't,
Signed J. J. Spbrd.
Attorney General.
Assistant Justice Giles, presiding alono'on tho
Circuit Court bench, directed tho bail of Gen.
Johnson, for the sum of $20,000, entered into on
tho 27th ult,, to bo oxhonoratod. and that Gen.
Johnson bo dischargaLfrom arrest. Which was
accordingly done.
Cnrd From Mr. Keovlll.
Philadelphia. April 5. The Evening TWe
grap publishes tho following:
Tesxtok, April 5. In answer to your editorial.
I -unhesitatingly state that I never received a
letter frexn President Johnson, in which he offered
me any position tinder the Government if I would
defeat the election of the Radical from "New
Jersey. Do mo the jostico by publishing this.
(Signed.) J. M. ScoTILt-
The Telegraph adds the names of parties who
allege that Scovlll told them he received such a
letter from the President, and who am willing to
swear he did so state, viiu R. B. Leeds of Atlan
ta City, and Dr. Homer of Philadelphia.
Jjsryc Cargro qf Tea; . ' ' -'
Sax Francisco, April 5. Tho briz ZucYetia
JJavci has arrived from Shanghai. Sho brings
a full cargo of Japan tea. ef which the stock had
been reduced. ' .
Scpro BUInsr In Cuba.
Trot, April 5. The Herald't Havana' corres
pondent writes that there is a great deal of mys
tery attending tho reported negro revolts on
several plantations in Cuba, the statements
relating to tho affair being very contradictory.
There has been many disastrous fires'in Various
parts of the island, and it is thought that slaves
may be the authors of some of them.
An anti-slave trade association has been organ
ized ir Havana, to prevent tho 'introduction of
African negroes into that Island. A new line of
Spanish steamers has been established to run be
tween Havana and Aipinwall, Nicaraugua and
Jamaica. It is reported that tho sugar crop will
be one-fourth less than was expected. Rcvenuo
speculations nro plenty, and the nowtariffis said
to be a failure. The petroleum excitement has
reached tho island, and tho people aro boring for
lroil, in some cases successfully.
ItnnU Suspension ' nt Koclicstcr, New
York.
Rochester, N. Y.t April5.The banking houso
ofWard&Rrothcr, in this city, suspended this
morning after sustaining n run of three days.
They held dcrosits to tho amount of $100,000.
They express tho belief that they can in. the end
pay all demands. Tho house held too much real
estate and other property not immediately avail
able. There j considerable excitement hereto
day, but it will probably subside. The other banks
and bankers nro considered sound.
Tlnstness rn I In res.
Nsw York, April 5. Tbo Cbmmerciaf ;says the
firm of Beattia & Brother, merchants, to-day sus
pended business. Their liabilities amounted to
$400,000. The failure is ntfributed to a number
of firms having paid forged bills to tho amount of
2o,000, and n delinquent partner reported miss
ing. D. G. Schoficld is reported to have failed upon
contracts on Pitholo and Virginia petroleum
stock.
Criminal Court His Honor Judos' Frasier
Presidinq. Thcro was more than usual interest
yesterday in this court.
Smith McKinnoy, charged with murder. Con
tinued until tho fourth Monday in April.
Dick Wood, charged with murder. Continued.
James Garrett," eharged with murder. Con
tinued. Fivo cases of unlawful tippling. Abfc pros, en
tered on payment of cost one. caso without pay
ment of cost.
Michael Hays, charged with larceny. iVbffe
proe. entered on assuming costs.
The case of Michael Foly was continued.
Several other cases of larceny nnd misdemean
ors wcro beforo the court and dispensed with.
Members Elect to thr Lkqislaturr Cave
Johnson, Senator from Robertson, Montgomery
and Stewart.
Representatives.-Lewis of Davidson; Walk
er of Shelby; Poston of Shelby; Stoclc of Mar
shall; Dunnaway of Bedford; Simmons of Frank
lin; Fystcr of Hamilton; Williams of Carter; Mor
ris of Cannon; Sinclair of Dyer nnd Lauderdale;
Nunn of Haywood; Brown of Madison; Ordway
of Giles; Rledsoo of Lincoln and Giles; Wynne of
Sumner; Faulkner of Warren; Thomas of Coffee.
Soveral counties are not heard from.
Sales of Real Estate, Tho sales of tho Real
Estato Agency, of yostcrday, show an increased
valuo of property in our city, as they sold much
higher than any that havo yet been made.
In "Royd's Addition" fourteen lots sold for
$7,717, over $11 per foot. .
Mustered Out. Col. J. C. Read, for somo timo
on duty in this city ns Chief Com. Sub. Mil. Diw
of Tennessee, nnd who was relieved by Col. M. P,
Small, U. S. A., was honorably mustered out of
tho United States servieo on tho 31st ult.
Recorder's Court. Drunkenness, ono arrest.
Fined $. Dirordcrly conduct. Fined $9. Drunk
and disorderly conduct, two arrests. Fined $13
and sent to workhouse.
I 'or Attorney Ocneriil.
Wo aro authorized to announce W.1I. Unrlen
(Inlc, of Sumner county, as a candidate, for
Attorney General of this District, composed of tho
counties of Williamson, Sumner and Davidson,
at tho ensuing May election.
Wo aro authorized to announco John I),
llrlcn as a candidate for Attorney General of
this District, composed of tho counties of David
son, Williamson nnd Sumner, at tho ensuing Mny
election.
Wc are authorii'ed to announco Baxter Smith
as a candidate for Attorney General of this Dis
trict, composed of tho counties of Sumner, Wil
liamson nnd Davidson, nt the ensuing May elec
tion. rnariO td
We are nuthoriicd to announco Sninnel
Donelson, Esq., of Nashville, asa candidate for
Attorney General, for tho District composed of
the counties of Williamson, Sumner and Davidson,
nt the ensuing election. jau2 td
Wo aro authorized to announce Iliirljc Ilond,
of Williamson county, a candidate for Attorney
General for this District, composed of thecountics
of Williamson, Davidson and Sumner, nt the en
suing election fourth Mond.iy iji May.
J. N. COR11KTT. WU. UOVD.
C0RBETT & BOYD,
STEAMBOAT A E ST T S,
STORAGE,
Forwarding and Commission
m i: it c it a sr t s.
DEALEKS LV.ILir, COIIN AXD OATS.
And hll'kinds of Produce,
Xo. S'ront Street, Upper AVlinrf,
NASHVILLE, TENN:
lib eral advances made on Consignments
OS- Particular nttcntion given to filling orders'
mnr9 3m
Trustee's Sale of Valuable Property.
BY VIRTUE OF A DEED OF TRUST MADE
to mo as Trustee on the 2oth of Aoril. 1S02.
and duly registered in tho Register's othec of Da
vidson county, in Book 32, pp. 42S, 431, I will, on
.SATURDAY, tho 24th day of .March next, ex
pose to public sale, on theprcmiscs, unless sooner
disposed of at private sale, that valuable Lot ex
tending from .Market to Water street, in Nash
ville, fronting about ono hundred and sixteen feet
on each street, and known ns tho Bishop Miles
Property. A plan will ho prepared before tho snlo.
Terms: One-third Cash, and tho rcsiduo in ono
ami two years with interest. Notes with good so
curity required, and alien retained.
Jsu. u. kwi.nu, Trustee.
I'OSTPOXnHE.VIV-Tho abeve mentioned
Sale is postponed until Nntnrttny, tho '21st
day of April next.
J .Mi. o. WA.MJ, Trustee.
mnrZl td.
FOIi ItEXT.
LAR(7E STORE FOR RENT. Apply at No.
16 North Collego street.
mar--utl.
PAY UP.
riMIE NOTES AND ACCOUNTS DUE DR.
1 Thomas Wells have been left with us for Col
lection. Those indebted to him will plcaro como
forward andscttlo forthwith, or they will be hand
ed to an officer for Collection.
UALLUADBlt A tiAUilEA.
TiiarlS 1 m 41 Cherry street
NOTICE TO SHIPPERS
fiiVjD COXXECTIXGltOADS.
Frriciit OmcR. Nashvillh and Chattanooga
Halroad, riashviUe, .March 19, INTO.
AS THE W. Jc A. R. R. HAVE REFUSED
to rcccivo Potatoes and Apples, nnd pay our
charges on the same, wo aro under tno necessity
of refusing to receive such freight, unless freights
arc prepaid on same. .
l.At. JU.Mia, rrcigui Agent.
mar21 lm
Ayer's Sarsaparilla.
TS A CONCENTRATED EX
JL TRACT of the choice root,
so combined with other substan
ces of still greater alternative
powers as to rflford an effectual
antidote for diseases Sarsaparilla
is reputed to cure. Such a rcm
edv is surelv wanted bv those who
suffer from Strumous complaints, and that one
which will accomplish their euro must prove, as
this has, of immense service to this largo class of
our afflicted fellowcitiscns. How completely this
compound will do it has been proven by experi
ment on many of the worst cases to be found in
tha following complaints:
Scrofula. Scrofulous Swellings and Sores, Skin
Diseases. Pimples. Pustules. Blotches. Eruptions.
Ht. Anthony's Fire, Roso or Erysipelas, Tetter or
bait itQcum.seaia li cad. iungworm, Ac.
Swhilieor Venerial JJieenee is expelled from
the system by the prolonged use of this SARSA
PARILLA. and the patient is left in comparative
health.
female Diteat'i are caused bv Scrofula In the
blood, and are often soon cured by this EXTRACT
Ur aAllSAfAKlliliA.
Do not discard this invaluable medicine, beeanso
yon have been imposed upon by something pro
tending to be Sara-aparilla, while it was not. hen
you havo used AYER'S then, and not till then,
will you know the virtues of Sarsaparilla. For
minuto particulars of the diseases it cores, we
refer you to Ayer's American Almanac, which tho
agent below named will furnish gratis to all who
call for it.
AYER'S CATHARTIC PILLS, for the cure of
Costiveness. Jaundice, Dyspepsia, rVidigestion,
Dysentery, Foul Stomach, Headache. Piles. Rheu
matism, Uc rtburn arisingfrom Disordered Stom
ach, Pain. orMorbid Inaction of the Rowels. Flat
ulency, Loss of Appetite, Li rtr Complaint, Dropsy,
Worms, Gout, Neural-ia, and for a Dinner Pill.
They are sugar coated, so that the most sensi
tive can take them pleasantly, and they are the
best Aperient in the world for all the purposes of
a family physic.
rrcparca by J. c, axauk -k toM
Lowell. MiiMKrhuu'ttfi -.nd laid bv
Druggists and dealers every "where at wholesale
and retail: in -Nashville by
BERRY, DEMOVILLEJfc WHARTON.
rntrCl aim
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HE GREAT STRENGTHENING TONIC.
(iVot a WSitXv Preparation.)
' HOOFLAND'S GERMAN BITTERS.
,will euro
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rcsuitinffifrom any canjo whatever.
rROSTRATIONOF THE SYSTEM,
induce! by
SEVERE HARDSHIPS. EXPOSURE.FEVERS.
and of
DISEASES OF CAMP LIFE.
soldiers, crrizENsT
MALE OR FEMALE,
ADULT OR YOUTH,
will find in this Bitters a pure Tonic not depend
ent on bad liquors for-their almost miraculous
effects.
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and
;Obscrvo the following symptoms resulting from
disorders of the digestive organs:
Constipation, Inward Piles, Fulness of RIoodto
tho Head, Nausea. Heartburn, Disgust on Food,
Fullness or Weight in the Stomach. Sour Eructa
tions, Sinking ofFIuttering at the Pit of the Stom
ach, Swimming of the Head, Hurried and difficult
Breathing, Fluttering at the. Heart, Choking or
Suffocating Sensations when in a lying Posture,
Dimness of Vision. Dot or Webs beforo the Sight,
Fevcr'and Dull Pain in thellcad.Hcadache.Defici
ency of PcrsUiration. Yellowness of tho Skin and
Eyes. Pain in the Side, Rack, Cheat, Limbs. Ac,
Sudden Flushes of Heat, Rurning in the Flesh.
Constant imaginings of Evil, and great Depression
of Spirits.
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HOOFLAND'S GERMAN DITTERS
This Hitters has
PERFORMED CURES.
GIVES RETTErTaTISFACTION.
HAS MORE"" TESTIMONY.
HAS MORE RESPECTABLE PEOPLE TO
VOUCH FOR IT,
than any other article in tho market.
Wo defy any ono to contradict this assertion, and
WILL PAY $1,000
to any ono who will produco a certificate publish
ed by us that is not genuine.
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will cure every case of
CHRONIC OR NERVOUS DEBILITY,
DISEASES OF THE KIDNEYS,
AND DISEASES ARISING FROM A DISOR
DERED STOMACH.
REMEMEER. THAT THIS BITTERS IS NOT
ALCOHOLIC.
CONTAINS. NO RUM OR WHISKY. AND
CANNOT MAKE DRUNKARDS.
BUTJT IS THE BESTTONIC IN THE WORLD.
READ WHO SAYS SO.
From tho Rev. Levi G. Beck. Pastorof tho Rap-
tist Church, Pcmberton, N. J., formerly of the
North Raplist Church, Philadelphia, at present.
Pastor of tho Baptist Church, Chester, Pa.
1 have known Iloofland's German Hitters favor
ably for a number of years. I havo used them in
my own family nnd have been so pleased with
their effects, that I was induced to recommend
them to many others, and know that they havo
operated in a strikingly beneficial manner. I tako
great pleasure in thus publicly proclaiming this
fact, and calling tho attention of those afflicted
with the diseases for which they are recommended,
to theso Bitters, knowing from experience thatiny
recommendation will ho sustained. I do this moro
cheerfully as Hootland's Bitters is intended to ben
cfit tho nmicted, and is "not a rum drink,"
Yours, truly. LEVI G. BECK.
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From Rev. W. D. Scigfried. IVtor of Twelfth
Baptist Church, Philadelphia:
Gentlemen; I havo recently been labor
ingundcr the distressing effects of indigestion, ac
companied by a prostration of tho nervous sys
tem. Numerous remedies were commended by
fricndi, and somo of them tested, nut without re
lief, lour 1 1 Gotland's German Bitters were re
commended by persons who had tried them, and
whose favorable mention of these hitters induced
me to try them. I must confess that Iihadan aver
sion to Patent Medicines from the " thousand and
one'' quack "Bitters" wh'se only aim seem to
be to palm off sweetened and drugged liquor upon
tho community in a sly way. and the tendency of
which, I fear, is to make many a con firmed drunk
ard. Upon learning that yours win really a med
icinal prepnratU-n. I took it with happy effect. Its
action, not only upon the stomach, hut upoii tho
nervous system, wasprompt and gratifying. I
feel that 1 havo derived great ami permanent
benefit from tho uno of u few bottles. Very ret
speclfully yours,
W. D. SEIGFRIED. No. 2rl Shackamaxon st.
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the Encyclopedia of Religious Knowledge and
Christian Chronicle, Philadelphia: .
Although not disposed to favor or recommend
Patent Medicines in general, through distrust of
their ingredients and effects, I yet know of no suf
ficient reasons why n man may not testify to tho
benefit ho believes himself to have received from
any simple preparation, in tho hopo thnt ho may
thus contribute to the benefit of others.
I do this tho moro readily in regard to Hoof
land's German Rittcrs. prepared by Dr. CM.
Sackson, of this city, becauso L was. prejudiced
against them for mny years, under tho impres
sion that they were chiefly nn alcoholic mixtutc.
I am indebted to my friend, Robert Shoemaker,
Esq., for tho removal of this prejudice by proper
to.tiand for encouragement to try" them when suf
fering from great and long continued debility.
Tho use of thrco bottles of these Bitters at tho
beginning of the present J-car. wait followed by
evident relief and restoration to a degree of bxl
ilyand mental vigor which I, hail not felt fur six
months before and had nlmost'desp'aircd of re
gaining. I therefore thank God nny my friend for
directing mo to the ne of them.
J. NEWTON BROWN, Philadelphia.
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Christian Chronicle. Philadelphia:
I have derived decided benefit from tho use of
Hootland's German Bitters, and feel it my privi
lege to recommend them as a most valuable tonic,
to all who nro suffering from general debility or
from diseases arising from derangement of tho
liver. Yours truly, E.D.FENDALL,
From Rev. Mcrrigc, Tastor of the Passyunk
Baptist Church, Philadelphia.
From the many rcpectable recommendations
given to Dr. Hootland's German Bitters, I was in
duced to givo them a trial. After usingscvcral
bottles I found them to be ngood remedy for de
bility, and a most excellent tonief or the stomach.
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From the Bev. Thomas Winter, D. D., Pastor of
Rnxborough. Baptist Church:
Dear Sir: I feel it duo to your excellent prepa
ration, Iloofland's German Bitters, to add my tes
timony to the deserved reputation it has obtained.
I havo for years at times been troubled with great
disorder in my head and nervous system. 1 was
advised by a friend to trya bottleof your German
Bitters. I did so. and have experienced great and
unoxpeeted relief: my health nas beon very ma
terially benefitted. I confidently recommend the
articles where I meet with eases similar to my
own, and have been assured by. many of their good
effect. Respectfully yours.
T. WINTER. Roxbororough. Pa.
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R2WARE OF COUNTERFEITS.
See that the signature of " C. Ml Jackson " is en
the wrapper of each bottle.
Should your nearest druggist not havo the arti
cle do not bo put off by any of the intoxicating
preparations that may bopflercd. in lu place, but
send to us and we will forward, securely packed by
express. ,
Principal OfSce and Manufactory,
NO Ol ARCH STREET. PHILADElVhIA.PA.
JONES & EVANS..
f Successors to C. M. JACKSON CO. .
1 PiorMSTOM.
Forsale by Druggists and do-Jen in every town
In tho United State. marSl-ditr
REAL ESTATE, &c
ED&EFIELD1 ED&EFIELpi
OUR FrRST SPRING PUBLIC SALE-.OF
Lou, in Edgefield, will come off on the prem
ises at 11 o'clock a. jt. on
Tuesday, aprii. imr.
tonimericing with R. W. Brown's Addition, on
rho Gallatin Piko, opposite tho residence of ex
Governor Ncill S. Brown. Next in Blood's, Zol
itcoficr's, Lmdsley's and Winston's Additions. At
about 2 o'clock p. ji. wc will sell a number of beau
tiful Lots on Woodland street, in Houston's and
Shelby's Additions, including several Lets be
longing to tho Snowden estate, sold by a decree of
the Chancery Court. Terms liberal.
Omnibuses and collation as usual.
J. L. Jk R. W. BROWN.
T. W. Raesfs, Auctioneer. 3SJ$ Union street.
mh25-td
OUEAT CHANCERY SAEE
ON
TUESliAX, XITEtStttto AiRItJJt;
OF
Taluable City Property
O
N TUESDAY7THE 2ITH OF APRIL, at 10
o'clock a. n ON THE PREMISES,
the undersigned will offer at
PUBLIC AUCTION,
MAKS.FLE L.D ,
nRSIDt&CR OF THE LATE
HON. ANDREW EWING,
In a Ecrics of lot3. admirably laid off
for Building or Gardening purposes.
MANSFIELD lies upon the edgo of
Nashville, on tho Murfrccsboro turn
pike in easy reach 'of the terminus
of tho Cherry Street Railway, which
may bo extended to includo it. It is
watered by eight springs, ono of which
is conspienousr its cxhaustless vol
ume of puro water. Tho soil is be
yond compare, and tho sitos for Build
ing or Gardening are of admitted
beauty and eligibility.
Sale PositiveTerms Easy.
The lots nro laid "off in va
rious sixes to sulE buy- "
crs.'and nro' ' ' '
i
divided'
by broad, and
convenient ariues,
streets nnd alleys.
MORTOX 15. IIOWET.I,,
Clerk mill Master
J. L. & R. W. R RO WN, 1 ...
ANDERSON. JOHNSON & SMITH. -
Omnibuses nnd collatiou will be providod. 1
iuh2r-td
S.iXK OF IM-'AT; ESTATE.
BY VIRTUE OF A DEED IN TRUST
Executed to me by C. E. II.. Martin. I will sWI
to the highest bidiIcrS"t tho court-house door in
the city of Nashville, Tennessee, oil the Srtth
DAY OF APRIL, A. D lWrt. for One-third
Cash, tho balance on one and two years credit,
unless in the meantime sold privately, the follow
ing real estate: A tract of Land situated 'J4
miles froin the city of Nashville, on the Louis
villo and Nashville railroad, containing 21 acres
and ''t iiule: House and Lot on Harding's Hill,
lu'2 teet by 100 : House and Lot nn G.ir street 'Ji'A
feet front, running back 62! feet : Lot on Ash
(trcct, liliiud'n Addition, 30 feet by 110; Three
nouses unit Lots nn .Murtin struct, lictwcen .ucl.e
more clrcot and Trcssclwork, Vi feet by 110;
Hc)Uo nndXot. 25 feet by 135 on .Martin street:
lec Hoii'e'RiIU Lot on Front street, lOSVj, running
imcK in uiunver: llousu una Lot nn uiirrry street,
No.li!. .12 feet front, by I'JO hack to a 20 ft.allev:
Tv.elvc Lots in Sigler's Addition. 50 feet by 210
each : Ono Lot in Edgefield, XS14 feet front, run
ning back 170 tc an allpy. on Woodland street.
Parties wishing to nurehasc the rbove urnnertv
nt private sale, can apply to the undersigned, at
his offi-i- No.f ''(ith Cherry street, or to C. K.
H. Mail i.,Piiuiicbquarc, No. IS, O.Ewing Jt Co.'s
llnruwnre Store
S. W. CHILDRESS, Trustee,
Ka-l.vine. Tcnn.. March 21. l&W. td
Palstthil ItcHiriciicc for Sale.
'PHI FINEST COUNTRY OR CITY UESL
J DKNCE in Middle Tennessee, lying within
ono mile of the city, just nbovo Edgefield, beau
tifully located on tho bank of the Cumberland,
.17 Acres AKacIiecI,
A magnificent RRICK PALACE, with seme
utteen rooms, besides ilatn, Alrcsnng. Linen, ami
Lumber rooms. 1'antrie.s, and Ji.ueineiit. ilcing
ttio well-known residence ol Wesley Whclcss,
deceased.
ANDERSON. JOHNSON" SMITH.
mar20 lm Real Estate Agents.
TAVEKIY AiVI) PJ-AIYTATIOA'
TO IlEXT.
rpiIH UNDERSIGNED PROFFERS TO RENT
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out the well-known Tavern Stand, known as
the
ISEIXIX HOTEL I'LACK,
On thc Franklin and Noshvillo Pike. 3 miles
from Franklin, and It from Nashville. Thcro
nre3Vaern of Land, of which about U) acres aro
in cultivation.
Tho Tavern House bos 22 commodious rooms,
in good repair.
There aro also, upon the place good nut-honsct,
first rate stables, and lots; good Blacksmith shop,
and three distinct settlements, besides the Hotel
Place.
It will be rented from ono to five years, nnd
immediato possession given.
All the
STOCK.
I'ltOVENHEIt,
FURNITURE,
I'A11MI. 1311'LEME.VrS, AO.,
Can he bought by tho lessee upon reasonable
terms.
Apply to tho undersigned on tho premises.
F. II. MATS, Administrator .
of Jno. B. Beech,
maris 3m.
NOTICE.
STATE OF TENNESSEE WHITE COUNTY:
I, John J. Duncan. Administrator of the
Estato of Pierco C. Duncan, decea-ed, having
suggested to tho County Court of White county,
tho Insolvency of the Estate of Pieree C. Duncan,
decerned, do-tnerefure, notify all persons indebted
to the said Estate to come forward and pay up.
and all persons having claims against tbo Estate
of said deceased t(x present them to me, on or be
fore first Monday in August noxt. duly authenti
cated as prescribed by law for pro rata distribu
tion, or the same will be forever barred,
m ar!5 JOHN J. DUNCAN. Adm'r.
G. 8. XKWsOV.
T. TIIOKA.
TM. UOOIK,
w, s. yiawsov.
NEWSOM, MOOHE & CO.,
REAL ESTATE
AXD
ADVERTISING AGENCY,
AXD
Intelligence Office
SO. 40 WEST SIDE PURLJC fiaUAKE
NASHVILLE. TENN.
We are the regular authorized Agents for the
following Southern papers:
New Orlcan True Delta, New Or! earn,
Vicksbunr Herald. Vicksburg. Mist..
HuntsTille Advocate,. UnnUTille, Ala.,
Maury County Herald. Columbia, Tenn.,
Chattanooga uaiette, Chatt sooga, Tenn.,
Chronicle ami Sentinel. Augusts, Ga.,
Gallatin Examiner, Gallatin, Tenn.
Persons wishing to xuhstribe for or to Advertise
In the above papers, will be waited on with
pleasure at ocr ogee. Jan23 2in
DR. PAUI. F. EVE.
OFFICE AND RESIDENCE A3 FORMERLY,
corner of b'prlsg and Vina streets.
Surgery exclusively, except consultations.
Special office konrs to bM a. m. and 12 to 2 T. it
CLOTHING.
J. A. J.
No. 11
S. - Side Public Square,
OPPOSITE OURT HOUSE.
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Anshrillc Tennessee,
! ' .
TS RECEIVING: A VERY LARGE .ASSORT-
4- nicutof
GENTS', YOUTHS',
AND,.
BOY'S1 CLOTHING,
AND '
FURNISHING GOODS,
Of every quality, style and fashion.
ALSO.
HATS,
TRUaVKS;
AND
VALISES,
The above goods wcro bought Very
Clienp, and it would be well for those in
want of anything in my lino to give me a
call before ptirchaaing. mar31 lm.
R. H. THOMPSON,
Fashionable
Hats, Caps
A IV 1
GENTLEMENS'
pint:
FURNISHING GOODS,
TRUNKS,
TRAVELING BAGS,
Ac, &c.t 'Ac.,
2S CHEKRY STREET,
Xenr Union.
npl tf m
$25 HEWAICO. ,
fl SATURDAY NIGHT. MARCH 31ST. letW.
V either strayed or stolen from my Stablo ono
i:uoV. JIAUK, abcut li'A bands uiffu.sanlto
be U years old past, with a small whito star in tho
furclienil. her left eyo out and n very larcta fleshy
hue, nnd about two inc'ios of liar muni) cut off
whero tno neiwl-iitall gnes ncross her hcail, nas
worked to a dray in Nashville about four weeks up
to this date. 1 will pay a reward of $25 for her
delivery at my house, north sido of first toll-trato
on tho Charlotte. I'ike, ono milo from tho Public
fc-iuare, jNa-livitlo Icnnessrc.
WILLIAM RANEY. (Owner.)
np3 lw.
I'XITEKV VXn CENT. INVKSTJIEXT.
UTR OFFER FOR SALE THOSE DESIRA.
tr RLE Rrick Iluildincs. 17 find IS. on Sum
mer street, between Church and Rroail, both iu
clcvant repair, and containing cietit rooms in each.
besides hn.-eincnt and small dwellings, in tho rear
alley. This valuable property, so conveniently
nnd centrally located, will bo sold for Cash at
M 111 I . .
iiKurc-mn.wiu vnv iao purcuaser niiecn per ceni.
on tbo investment. Also, Dwelling No. SI Cherry
.trcet, between Church nnd Dronil. Apply im
mediately to J. Iu It. W. RKOWN,
marSO-dlTT Sijj Union street.
Grassland. Anril 1. 1MB.
-TJAII.KY PCVruN'will stand at my stablo
Xj on llioiNortnwesternrallroaUIl sections from
Na'bville, and will serve blood mares tho season
nt$20; $25 to insure; common marcs $10 tho sea
son, $15 to insure, lie is fifteen hands two inches
nigh, and a nundsomo norsc.
peninREip.
Ilnlloj- Ieytors was sired by Cant. Eliee, nnd
ne uy imp. j.oviainan, uam ncai, sac oy iiicnco.
out of Gallopade.
Lady Darry, the dam ofRailey Peyton, was sired
by Imp. Soveroiim. out of Celerity, by imported
Leviathan;! 1st dam by Patty Puff, by Pacolet; 2d
1..W 1... U,k.V P 1 1 M' 1... ... n... l R.f.Mn,. 4.1 .inn.
....... ! J . J ...I,'.'....-. , 1 1 .....
by Catnells, by Jlelia; 4th dam Jet, by llayne's
Hiionap;5th dam Diana. by Claudius; Cth dam by
caiicr l'ainter, rjy &vans sterling.
This superior blond horsa's pcdirrei is equal to
any in Tennessee. Ho is four venrs old.
Xwill let mares run on fine bluosrrass pasturo
oneinonm ircooi cuargc. JMO liability tur acei
dents or escapes,
apl-lni P. A. CARTWRIGIIT.
ARTIFICIAL LEGS.
DR. DOUGLAS BLY'S
PATENT ANATOMICAL
BAM. AXD SOCKET JOINTED
AETIFICIAL LEG.
Manufactory and OBcot
In the City JIoll, Nofth End oj Market Building
Public Square,
XAJHIIVIIXE, TE.VX1-SSEE.
'PHIS LEO has an adrantaso possessed by no
J other Artificial hex. bavlntca l o ruartl nnd
Mule Jlotlun. thsamoas the natural foot. The
Sprincs are Rubber, and consequently there is no
fAttllnir as in other leg's. Tha underlined has
purchased the right to manufacture this Lea; for a
term of years, and respectfully refers the public
to any of his patients in N'oshf iile or vicinity wear
ins; hi make. He is an experienced and practical
workman In the art himself, and rives his personal
attention to every caie. He also employs none but
the moot com patent hands.
Perfect Natiafnctlon Guaranteed Irs
nil Cnars, and referenda bynamo riven when
ever required.
Address Roz 0 7 0, Nashville.
JAMES W. MORTON.
mr20-2m Manufacturer,
OIL LANDS
For Sale,
9 OHA ACRES OF OIL LANDS lit OVER
,UUIJ TON county, Tennessee.
S. XW!?XItY eff-n his Land, belni In the
eountt f Overton, at the month of Wolfe river:
contafncis; ZWX) acre of Land 600 acre is bot
tom lanu. tha batanco finely timbered. I o&r
tbo whole tract tori!, mi per acre,
I rrferlh Wm. Hallum. of Curlh". nr J Vet.
Henry, of Memphis.
AOurcu me at, laceca. jiitstssippl.
S.ilcIIEN'RY.
apt lm
ri-HREE ROOMS lq Union ' American Block.
A suitable for alwiplnr rooms. Inquire o!
du-1 CM A3. MARTIN X CO.
mi
DRY .GOODS
JOHN 0HLT,
Practical Tailor,
Has permanently located at
XO. 12 .OKTII CIIEIiUY STREET.
He has just received from New York ono of the
finest STOCKS OF GOODS ever brought to tho
city. faMJUtf.
WHOLESALE DRY GOODS.
1VEW FIRM.
Irby Morgan, 0'Bryan & Co,
IVos. 7 and 8,
1' UBEIC SQMLJi E,
NASIIVILLK.
'PHE UNDERSIGNED HAVE ASSOCIDTED
X themselves tscothcr iimler tho above firm
style, to cendnet a General Wholesalo Dry Goods
and anety Business, in the efty or ef Nashville.
Tho partnership dattoz from January 1st, 15(36.
IRBY MORGAN,
GEO. G. O'BRYAN.
A. II. WASHINGTON.
JAS. II. THOMAS,
JO. B. O'BRYIf.
And are now reecivinc and opening; an entirely
pew anil completo stock of Sprint; Goods, which
&e2.a.r" ?f."n to MERCHANTS atlow Dricoa for
ft8U-,it.e,'?n,,?,1?,--,T,t0 tno oIJ Wends of
iViVvYa9U,.AN ,V?- vBnd WASHINGTON.
UKYAN Jc CO.. and Merchants reneralty, to ex
amine our Stovk and Prices. Wc havo a very
attractive stock of
DKESS GOODS, and
VARIETIES.
To which wo ask speeial attention. Tho Goods
must and w ill bo sold.
IRBY MORGAN. O'RRYAN .t CO..
. Nextdoorto Berry JiDcmoville.
marli d2ra
1866. SPRING-. 1866.
EVANS, FITE & CO.
IMPORT E TL S
AND
"Wholesale Dealers
IN
VARIETIES, BOOTS,
SHOES and H.A.TS,
WO. -1 INX BLOCK,
2TA SH VI L L E, TENNESSEE.
NASHVILLE. March 10th, 1SCG.
VE ARE N0W RECEIVING THROUGH
II our New York Hons. (Messrs. Evans, Gard
ner Sc Co., 377 Broadway) tha lareest and best as
sorted Stoclc of Sprinir and Summer
DRY GOODS. ROOTS, SHOES AND HATS,
Ever brought to this market, and havinir purchas
ed this stock at lowest Cash price; since the recent
decline, we can offer you our Goods nl fleures that
will enable you to compel with Stocks purchased
in nny market in the United States.
Wo solicit an examination of our Stocif beforo
piirohastni elsewhere. AH orders entrusted to us
will bo carefully filled and at tho lowest prices.
EVANS, FITE k CO.
marl3 dim
J. II. BOSD. X. O. CROSS.
CKOSS & BOND,
DEALERS IN
YAEEETY GOODS, MOTIONS
SEEOES, H-AJTS, &c.
lio.71PubKoSqniKe,
UP-STAITIS,
A'ASUY'IEEE, TEXNEAiSET..
marSJ 3m.
TAVEL BKO. S,
.NuccFftKorM to I'ii ii I K.Tiircl,
BOOK BIKDERS
KVLERS,
AXt
Blank Book M uufuctiirerN,
"ITTOULD respectfully announco til the public.
If and especially to the otacern of (Jountles,
Courts, Rnllroails, Banks, Insurnneo Companies,
Ac. that they are prepared to make, on. short no
tice, and of tho best materials, all kinds of
BLA.2TS: BOOKS!
bit. or
increasing; our fcieillties Air doing- work, -
In Iji re e or Kmnll iunu(itU.
Havincn lonr exDerienea in makfns Bunks for
different Courts in the State, wo have patterns for
many ol Lpoekets and other Books, generally
used. .
We are ao prepared, to Bind all kinds of
IIOt-UH, MAGAZINES, 3ICSIC,
In the Lost styles, and on shsrt notice.
(Union A Americtn Block,)
Cherry Struct, Up Slalrw,
NASIXYirXE, TENN
mr2l flm
B. X. ALLIBOX. ALKX. A LLIfiOX. iU T. KIBKMAX.
AtLISONS & KIRKMAN,
RECEIVING. PORWARDINIJ Si GENERAL
COMMISSION HliltGIfclXTS,
COITO&MD TOBACCO
F A O TOK S,
A5D DtAtltS IX
PEODUCE, GKPCERIES,
GKAIN, ETC- ETC.
NO.'t 2). a. 32: SOUTH MARKET STREET
NASIIVrCLBi TENS.
TATE HAVE THE LARGEST. AND MOST
' II eomraodiuoa Wa-eaoDin the :ly,(acd aro
novi prepared to
BUT, SKIX OR STORTJ
COTTO.'f. TOBACCO, PRODUCE, OILtrJT,
GROCERIES, AND MBRCIIANDISE'
op every: DE3CRrm&.Y,i4s,. t
! CsiSuiinUlWMmsjl5li;Mai'
eonntnriapon which UBKl-VLADVANCES -fill
Itbe'madft: " . .''T .7.
l'roiopt and strict attention tivsoiWt-u sa
stsa eatnu to in. fmarl'l-S-V
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