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FIM DAY, APRIL 20. SS0.
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Law Blanks, of all kind', printed anil fur sale at this office. Orders from Cletks of Courts and others will he filled on the west rawonablc terms. JI I'rlntliijj. Having thoroughly refitted our extensive BHtk and Job Printing Office, we are prepared touxeeute any work in this line of our businasa that may be offered, particular at tention will he laid to .Mercantile, Kailroud and Steamboat Printing. We respectfully solicit a 4iarer lmblic patron.ige. Satisfaction guaran teed. Thmi. ok IIksky IlRi-srn Fociitii Day. The Court met pursuant to adjournment, .Major (ten. (lillem presiding. Members of the Court all prcenL .Minutes of the preceding day read, and approved. Examination of witnesses was then re sumed, by Col. Irwin being called. Ho Hated that Iho vouchers received were destroyed by the clerk bobud chnrge of them, .to prevent them from being ned again. Each eontractor who put in iluIus re ipiired to have a private brand, a copy of which was rcui'tored nt the eorrals. Tlie mules were branded U. S. A C. 11. 1., to show that the witness hod inspected them; alo brandnil with a jirivate brand, of tho party wl'm put them in tho corral. This piivate brand was to uliow, tbut iu ease the tnulet lnul been stolen, and the fact proven, that the phrly who had put them in could bo compell ed to pay the real owner for the stock. After the mule had been inspected a receipt wax Kivcn to the party, reading "inpeeled," Ae.s many mules. Kit iiiK the heiEht- These memorandum receipts were delivered to the parties at the corrals. livery day a consolidated report was made, howing how many mules hail been presented for inspection and how many rejected: also, how many received. Those memorandum receipts were considered as payable to order and were bought by the broker. From April, ltKil, Isham jitid 1). Henderson, Swim and HinKleton, and a pwtimi of the time, .1. A. Dai is, W. It. ISoyec, A. J. like. Luke Hopkins were iu the employment if the witness. Attiuies there were more than 1W men engaged in the various departments under his eliarxe. The Ixmds iriven by these various IKirties were in tbe wilncts' office. Allnsulcs NWeil tlirouch the hands of liruner, the Super nlelentf Corrals, (iovcrnment stook, strayed r stolen, was recovered by kecjiiiiK parties look-H-HC lifter liiein, umlcr the superintendence of liruner. Theso lwVtiee were paid from $3 to $10 per bead ( stock reeovereil. Mules picked up Iu this way were rcnirlod by liruner to the wit ness. As to losses sustained by the stampeding of mules. Hit- were large, bettiuc they wire of frKiUent oecurrence. The clerk who gave receipts for losses sustnineil iu this manner, was in the oSieeof the witness at tho time. Vouchers were Issued on the receipts, 'oaeked by tho reports. As to daily consolidated reports, they were not pre served were lot r destroyed in witness' oBice. liruner mode reports monthly as to the number of tunic stolen, strayed, lost or shot Question by Judge Advocate. "Hy what papers dm tho faet be ascertained, as to tlie number of mules purchased by jlruner?" Answer by witness. l!y tibstraet II. of his ollice. l',irtits ret lined affidavits of slock lot or died weekly and inouthly. It was expected tbe pris oner to have a correct report of stock on hands at the end of every mouth, but owing to rircum inHH it eould not be done, as ho was sometimes receiving stoak at Cincinnati and St. Louis and sendinv it directly to the extreme (rout of the army; heaeo weekly and monthly reports could not possibly be mado to check. Keports of stock lost or estrayed were made upon nb nbstraet L; and the nearest approximation to aeeuraey was in tho quarterly reports. Keports , ef stock lost by stauipeiles vcromado by liruner after ltaving mado every posibly clTort to reccix o it; and in consideration of the difficulties attend ing the collection of such stock, that often somo three or four weeks would necessarily elapse ho ftre the proper returns could he made. Xm. XleKay llogo.of Henry county. Kentucky, was enlled and sworn. II o testified that ho was acquainted with the accused and had kiwwn him about three years was in his em ployment during tlio summer and autumn fj5sll that he left Col. Irwin's office at the so licitation uf liruner. Itio witness then stated that ho tehl liruner that bele-lel funds to meet soma debts that ho owed in Virginia, and that liruner tolJ him that ho xsold help bim, that lie would assist him in im'ln the-m. liruner tben inlVrniol tho wit ness that he would let him have si t or eight thou sand dollars. He (liruner) wanted him to act as hU clerk, to stay at the mule corral. As to his duties in this position, they consisted in keeping hh aeeeunt of the means of transportation re wived and the quantity issued: and to wake out tho rtststitds for the mules purohaMsl and received nt the ewols. Th wllness, oti being questioned as to whether any fraudulent receipts had been given by liruner r Mot, he retdie.1 that ho coo Ul not say lnwltively tlmt any wish receipts were given by him. Ily the Court. State what )ui know eoncerning afjlso receipt gien to Will DavU, some time in July or Aintt. Oyctien was here made by the defence, l'oint iftdi wa, that tbe w itness did not knqw of any f.ilse reenipts ri ei by Ilruncr's order, and that it fa.s nt lirtHr for him to answer tho question us Davit waf net on trial. Th.0 Judte ,dcte replied tlmt neonspiracy bad. existed, and he d wired to show that liruner wfii a tmrty to the conspiracy. Judge Itrieii cx jilaiws'l that Davis was not ontriil. Ilisobjec titm "Wft airain overruled, anil the witus rewmed his statement, by saying that liruner OM Ito the e4Kce sod teld him to makcont R receipt forllsvis for some mules. Jle was itskel hy Mme person in the corral oec if the Mules had been imt in the corral that day, w hen fee replied, that k thought they were already in theeotrul : the jecs queotionlnr him, said lie auld it e thew. Ilefttosc ulsjeeteij to receiving the eemersatien 9W eiVleHee, ms liruner wns net prevent in the sjMe t the tiwe. aod thai the conversation was tftth a third, unknown party. 04j netWm overruled, ami the wltnsas artewed to s ti with his imwf. Tlie receipt was written Mtd hasded to liruner when they rode into the city, m1 llruevr called Davis out ef hh) stable d remarked to him Out there was a that bclsiwusl tohiio. Daistook it. turnesl arouml. Ia()ied and wnlkol away. In rslatloti 1st the mules deliered hy contrac tus, he eould wl state the number, although the eerrtvl was in full iew of his otliee. lie couhl not etsle s to whether the mules were dt4itered or MAt. hy DavK as seci(iel in the receipt he wrote far Wta hy llrHiier's order. The receipt for the mules was given iu the after- MsMl as it wan liruner 's custom to i-it the ontco l that time efdsy. hut he did not remember that jHH"otbrreip4 were ti wi that day, neither dW he niamWr ef ay HMthss Weiag received into the corrals; if any. he did not Inn it. but re ported thew if received. CuW not say a to the KUHtbcr f 'mules received daily, liruner gave UIm the K.(K)iMst before he leR the corrals. He scaled that ltruner came into the efSeeoneday 4h1 threw the mwwydowi in an envelope, awl remarked, there' that money. " Nothing else was saW. "fhe Court enquired as to what Itrmier meant henhoiHiW,"there'sthat weuey?" Hereutled that liruner uieant that It was themone- he pro mised te lean bira. U theCuurt: "Witness, Mate pwltively. did yeu not leave CoL Irwin's ofiiee with the express uu dcnUndinr that you was to receive $(1,000 from liruner, and that tbe money given you was for that purpof T Witness could not say that it was. The question was pressed by the Court, and a direct reply, as to the understanding the wit ness had with tho prisoner on leaving Col. Irwin's office, was insisted upon. The witness further testified that Bruner re marked to him that he could arrange matters so that he (the witness) could make six or eight thousand dollars; and that he left Col. Irwin's of fice with the determination to make some money if ho eould. The reason why he thought he could make money at the corral was from the fact he had been in the position one before: and liruner' remark made hira more secure in doing anything of tbe kind, ami influenced him to go to tho cor ral. He stated that it was his duty, as clerk, to report the number of muics lost and died and that he made his reports from those of the In pector. Keports made, on tome occasions, were tuaaonnite, representing Alttrcouuiuber that wire never reeohod. lie eould not account for the dif ference between the reports made and the actual nmnber of mules on hand. It was XI r. (Jrogg's business to make the reports agree. Witness only made reiorts so that voucher- might be obtained. Xlules obtained from unknown sources were rc liorted, and all stock brought to the corral was reported to blm. Ho r.as with Bruuerin 1601 some two months did not think it would cxeced that time: ho left him about the middle of August, lteeeipt for Davis was made early iu the month of July by Ilruncr's onler. Witness never had any agreement with liruner or !eo. Darker in receipting for mules not deliv ered. Before he went to the eorrcl Bruner re marked that they might make sonic money, (meaning himself and witness.) By the Court: "State how money was to be made hy Bruner ami yourself as you understood it." By giving receipts for mules never received. Wit ness said that ho knew F.bb Dciniug; he was fore man for Bruner. By the Court: "Stato whether any agreement existed between Bruner, Dealing and yourself." None whatever. "Were there any false receipts given to the contractors than Davis, while you were in limner's office?" Objected to by defence, but was overruled by tlie Court. Witness stated that he had given three or four receipts of that character to Ijham Hen derson, of Louisville, Ky., one of which amounted to $J2.IK)0 or $25,000; ono or two to David Hender son, of Nashville; one or two to W, 11. Boyce this was all. Beceipts were signed, "H. Bruner, by Hogc Clerk." Ho usually signed tho receipts for mules received of contractors, by Ilruncr's authority, but that Bruner frequently signed blank reports, sometimes six or eight at a time. Ileports of mules received were mado up frc i the book kept by the witness in his office, of "ur tie'es received and issued." The receipt was given W. J. Henderson in the early part of August. 1864 could not state posi tively whether it was before or after the time that Bruner gave him the $0,000. The false receipts were given David Henderson in the latter part of July or tho first of August. Witness could point them out if ho had his books. Beceipt given Davis was signed by order of " H. Bruner," by " Hogc. Clerk." Did not remember that anybody was in the office atthe time. Vouch ers were issued on the false receipts given Isham and David Henderson and W.ll. Boyce. Judgo Advocate asked for an adjournment until to-day, at the usual hour, so as to enable him to procure the books that were kept at the corral. Adjourned. Tin: 1'ozNANKKi Cosckbt.h. The second grand concert of tho l'oznanski Brothers camo off last night, at Xlosonic Hall. Tho audience was not so large as it should have been, but was highly in telligent and apireeiative; and its delight at tho superior order of tho music dispensed by this most talented troupo knew no bounds. Tho brotheu l'ozuanski, the one a." a violinist, and the other us a pianist, in our humblo judgment, have no superiors before the American public, and wo predi-t for them a brilliant career in the world of music. They are uecouipanied and ably assisted at their concerts, by .Madame Varian Hoffman, a lady who bus attuined n deservedly high posi tion iu her profession. Her excellent performance of the vocal portion of the evening's entertain ment was in perfect keeping with tho chaste and elegant instrumental efforts of the Poznaiifkis. Thcic is something exquisitely delightful in the clearness and freshness of the rich notes shcrttcrs which nt once entrances and fascinates the list ener; and. withal, her pleasant, naturally grace ful and ludy-liko manner adds a charm tohcr mu sic that wo have looked in vain for among lady artists and mere professional singers. To-night is tho lastof the scries of concerts to ho given in this city, when tho best bill yet offered will be presented. All lovers of true music should attend, for a rare treat awaits them. Let us give those really talented artists "a bumper at part ing." Tiik celebrated I'micymna of New York City, gives its first exhibition this afternoon, at Odd Fellows' Hall, and continues to-morrow evening, and all next week. The St. Louis papers stato that fifty thousand persons visited it during the four weeks it was on exhibition in New York. Tho St. Louis llrpuUimn, of tho 10th, says Xlcr- ciiutil? Hall win crowded last night by those wish ing to sec Bullurd's l'aimmora of New York. During the thrcedays that it has been on exhibition in this city, not less than four thousand people visited tho Hall This was a groat success, and it was duo to two things; tho panorama was all it advertised to be, and the managers spared no expense in letting our people know where nnd what it was. Neither is sufficient without tho other, and the union of tho two in this instance accounts for the success it met with. Our best wishes follow tho panorama, wherever it may exhibit. Its influence cannot but bo most beneficial upon the young. Besides the vast amount of infoimation conveyed in a style as in teresting as n romance, tho continual tendency of the moral lessons inciilcntly convoyed in tho ac companying explanation, is toward industry, per severance, honesty, tcmp-rancc, in short, virtue) in all its forms. Kvcry exhibition of tho pano rama is a sermon of the most improssive charac tera sermon which no cavllcr or skeptic can gainsay or refute. lUiLliSTATKTniXsi'Kits inn Tin: 19th Inst. Jno. XI. Bass, by John Q. Hwing, (attorney), to Xlike Nestor and James Oillicc, by deed, four lots out of tho city, $il2i Corporation of Nashville to Andrew Henderson, hy deed. lot in the city, $2,180. Corporation of Nathville to Patrick A. Fccahn, hy devil, lot in tlie city, $13,520. (Tho above transfers were omitted in yesterday morning's issue. (I. A. Webber to A. W. Johnson, jr., by deed, land and mill in district 22. $7,000. Henry Hill to Theodore Knock, by deed, lot iu tho city, $2,000. T. A. Atchison to Ophelia C. Atchison, deed of gift, lot No. I.'i2, in Nashville. James Lindslcy to XI. Burns, by deed, lot out of tho city. 1.000. Thomas Battle to John B. Harwell, by deed, 4.1 acres, 4.1 polos of land in Davidson county, $5.0o(). H. W. Brown to James O'DonnclI, by deed, lot in Brown's Addition to Kdgeficld, $700. Henry Spits and wife to Hubert Butterworth, hy deed of release, lot in tho city. Fmikral CornT JimnETniao I'ltKsiiuxn. M. S. Frierson, llsq., and A.S. Cahin were swam ami admitted as attorneys. An indictment was returned against Augusto llaoqiliidq nnd Dominie. Clavoris lor having in their possession counterfeit fractional currency. with intent to eirculato the same. A larro number of actum fur debt, uern d'mwis. ed of. The Tounersee Stato Medical Society, whose annual seseions have been suspended for some years past, will assemble nt the rooms of the City Xledieal Society (over Smith's Drug Store, corner of Spring ami Vine streets.) this morning at 11 o'clock. Kvery member in tho city Is requested to be present, as the subject of re-orcaniiation and appointment uf delegates to the American Xledieal Association will be considered. Criminal CiMjrt. The examination of witness es in tbe case of Newland, charged with murder, - concluded yesterday, and tho argument for the prosecution commenced. Xlossrs. Spurlock and Bates addressed tho Ctuirt iu behalf of the State The American Xledieal Association holds its next meeting at Baltimore, on Tuesday, 1st of .May next. Arrangements have been mndc with the railroads on tho line to ixvm delegate on half fare. Let tho South he fully represented. JNksB. Hollow a v. lately arrested in this city aud put under hoJs for trial forforging vouchers en the (levenimeut, if stated in tho dispatches frotu this city to the Louisville papers, to have forfeited his bousts hy failing to appear for trial. S. K. Smith .V Co.. No. ST North Cherry street. have on hand a full assortment of the very best Family Groceries, as lew as any in the city. Give them a call. All goods delivered free of charge. apao-ir BrcnuBKR's Oot'RT. For drunkenness five ar rests, fined $1. three of whom were scut to the workhouse. Charged with being Miswdcrly. four arrests, fined $87. StNULBTON. PototUec Building, news, hook and stationery dealer, continues our obligations by furnishing in ad anee of the mails, the latest pa: pers. W.T. Br.iiRY A Co.. Public Square, have re-. reived all the leading monthlies fur XI ay. xiAiiitir.n. BICE TUX1L1N. On the ISth inst., at the res hleneo of the bride's father, Jaues L. Biok, F.sqM of this city, and XHss Ada, daughter of Col. Louis Tumlln. of Stone Mountain, Georgia. May heaven shower tbe choicest bleisings on the heads and pathway of tho two. MONETARY AND COMMERCIAL OrriCE op thk Uxiox akd America. Femay. April a), 1SGG. I XIostTAUT. Gold was a shade lower in New York yesterday. The quotations aro as follows 127K at 10 a. v.; 1Z at 11: 127 at noon, and 127VSat 4 P. v. Planters' Bank is taken at file though it is not so firm, as it was a few days ago. Union Bank is in demand at 75c, with but little ofTering. Southern money generally is dull, and un saleble. Only a few of the banks bring the advertised rates. Cotton. The market was steady yesterday, and all that oScred was freely taken at 25 to 20c. A few extra bales, went at 27. but the bulk of bale was25 to 20 There was a (light decline in New York from previous quotations, the market for iniddlinp- ruling at Si to Si, and dull. tJr.ocKRirj). Tbe complete report prepared for our Weekly of yesterday remains unchanged. The market is steady at previous quotations, and no alterations to note. CiiK'iiiiinll llurlu'l. (By Telegraph. CiNCisxATi, April 19. Floue Opened active but closed dull; prices unchanged. Superfine $7 C0&7 75: Extra 8 50; Familr. 9 5010 00, and Fancy 10 S012 23. Wheat Dull and prices nominal; No. 1 Red, $2 10g2 15 ; No. 2 old Bed, 2 3d2 35 ; and choice do $2 402 50. Coex Finn and in good demand at 52I&58 in elevator, and GISOo in graincrics, OATS-Finner; No 2 3037, and No 1 41842. Bye 7075. Whisky $2 22, moderate demand. Provisions XIcss pork firm ; held at $2(5 00, with buyers nt25 75 for city. Bulk meats 10, 13 HKe for shoulders, sides and clear sides; 15 15K for hams. Bacon-Firm at 12K, 12f15X. Lmu WA, with a demand atlSK. Seeps Dull nnd prices nominal. Clover $5 25 5 40 ; Timothy, 3 503 75, and Flax, firm at $2 26, Bbttee-DiiII at 33&33. Hoi.t-12oKia54'. I.onlHvillo .Mlirlid. (By-Telegraph. Louij.Yiu.r.. April 19. Toiucco Leaf quir.t and steady; sales of 115 hhds bright Kentucky at $1 15, and Virginia do. at $2 30. Provisions. XI ess pork $20; Bacon shoulders. 12c; clear sides, lCc; sugar cured hams 22c. Laud Prime, in tierce, ISc. Fi.our Superfine, $7 25. Coex XIixcd,58c. Oats 45c HAY-Balcd, on wharf. $13. Whisky $2 22 for raw and free. Bivcr r'ldng slowly, with 8 feet by cinal mark. St. I.onls XIarliOt. By Telegraph. St. Lofis, April 19. Floui: Xlore active: $77 40 for singlo extra. Wheat Active: better grades, 1 751 M; prime. 2 5092 70. Corn Firm for choice, at Cl77c. Oats Firm and unchanged. Pork Advanced to $20 50. Bacon clear sides, 10. Whisk Y-Dull at $2 21. New York Murltel. By Telegraph. New York. April 19. Cotton Dull and heavy, at 37c for mildling. Flour Opened quiet and firm, but closed rather easier for tho purchaser $7 758 85 for extra State, and $9 10 for B. H. 0. AVheat $1 82190for lower and good grades, and $2 70 for prime white. Corn Firmer and quiet at 82S7. 0 vts 43M) for new Wcstcrn.and 5059 for old Western. Bye Firm. Provisions Pork $20 21 for new mess, and 21 G2J422 old do; cut meats steady; shoulders 17Jic. LARB-Firmcr at 1GX10M. WmskY Quiet at $2 2012 27 for State and Western. Kivr.it x i:vs. The river at this point is gradually rising with eight or nine feet on Harpcth Shoals. Arrivals None. Departure Imjitriiil, St. Louis. The fine and elegantly officered steamer Tiironr, Capt. Harmon, will leave for Cairo this morning. Corbctt i Boyd aro her agents. Tho regular packet Palettiue, will depart for Louisvillo this evening at 4 o'clock. The steamers liina WAtie, from St. Louis, and the Emma Pi.vd, from Cincinnati, arc looked for With permission, we publish a few of tho many lucky purchasers at tho Xlctropolitan (lift Book Store, 17 North Cherry street on yesterday. XIrs. Howe, with a Photograph Album, received asilver Ice Pitcher, valued at twenty-five dollars. XIrs. Enoch Smith, with a book at two dollars, received a handsome silver Cake Basket, valued at fifteen dollars. XIr. K. T. XIanning, with a family Bible, received a ladies' gold hunting case Wntch, valued at seventy-five dollars. J. F. Hone, purchased n copy of Scott's Napoleon, and received a silver Card Bcccivcr, together with over two hundred other useful and valuable articles. Wo would also remind our readers, that tho largest and best stock of books to bo found in Nashville, is at tho Xlctropolitan. All books. Photograph Al bums ami Family Bibles, sold at the regular puh lUhcr'sprico.and a valuable giftaccom panics each purchase, varying in value from fifty cents to one hundred dollars. Kindness Bevarued nr Thekt. One of the most benevolent and self-sacrificing men in this or any other community, is Isaac Paul, Ksq. Somo two weeks ago a whito boy from Georgia, some thirteen years of age, camo to his residence and represented that ho was an orphan and wish ed to get a home. XIr. Paul could not reject such a reasonable statement, and offered to tako him, givo him a home nnd educate him. YcstcrJay inorning the boy was missing, and so was Ksquire Paul's pocket book containing valuable papers and somo thirty or forty dollars in money. W. H.Stedman ,t Bro. have just received 50 coses, by direct importation, of "Crrmcdci Cltam jmfinct Chaloni-ur-Marne"a samploof which is partly beforo us, and partly within us. It may bo difficult in most places to get genuine Cham pagne, but it only requires a walk or an order to Stodman's, Cherry street, to get as good as was ever yielded by tho blushing grapes of France. N. B. This is not sensation, but as true as that Brownlow and Duggan nnd Xlullins will bo at tho capitol to-day, nnd infinitely more pleasing. The XIanagcrs of tho "Benevolent Society of Tennessee" will meet at tho XIcKcndrco Church, FKIlfAY. April 20th, at 11 o'clock, a. m. apl9 2t F. O. Porter. President. CANDIDATES. For Councilman. Wo arc authorized to announce, I'M rick Mc ovrru us a candidate for Councilman in tho Tenth Ward. aprlS Wo aro nuthoriicd to announco JcrKc If. llenslo.y, as a candidate for Councilman of tho Tenth Ward. Flection 23d inst. We arc authorized to announco It. II. XIo lln vii. Jr., as a candidate for the City Council from the luth Ward aprl5-td for Alltel lllllai. We aro authorized to nunounce Mcl. A. Nolcii as a candidate for Alderman of the Tenth Ward. We are authorized to announce Itobort Kves as a candid.ito for Alderman of tho Tenth Ward. I'or Attorney (Jpucrnl. We are authorized tnannounco W. II. IlarUss diilc. of Sumner county, as a candid.ito for Attorney Gcncralof this District, composed of tho counties of Williamson, Sumner and Davidson, nt the ensuing .May election. Wc are authorized to announco Jolm 1. Itrieii as a candidate for Attorney General of this Dis'.rict, composed of tho counties of David son, Williamson nnd Sumner, at the ensuing May election. We are authorized to announco Ilnxter Smith as a candidate fur Attorney General of this Dis trict, composed of tho counties of Sumner, Wil liamson and Davidson, at the ensuing Xlay elec tion. iuar20 td Wc aro authorized to announce Samuel Ioiielsini, Esq.. of Nashville, asa candidate for Attorney General, for the District composed of tbecountics of Williamson. Sumner and Davidson, at the ensuing election. jan2 td We are authorized to announce Hiirkeltonil, of Williamson county, as a candidate for Attorney General for this District, composed of tbecountics of Williamson, Davidson and Sumner, at tho en suing election fourth Xlonday in Xlay. 3. X. eORHETT. Wil. BOYP. CORRETT & BOYD, ST E.UI 15 OAT A E X T S, ST OB AG E. Forwarding and Commission M V- K CHANTS, JKM.UItS .V HAY. COHX AXU OATS. And all kinds of Produce, No. 21 Front Street, Upper Wlmrf, NASHVILLE, TENN. LibentladvancesmudeonConsifjnments W Particular attention given to filling orders mar9 Ja BY TELEGRAPH. THE D1SFA1C0ES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS ntOJt" WASHINGTON. Washington. April 19. Col. Wynkoop, Special Indian Agent, stationed at Fort Laramie, Kansas, reports to the Commissioner of the Indian Bureau that mail traveling across the plains without an escort is now attended with no danger, the Indians along tho various routes being peaceably dis posed. The agent states that, in hi3 opinion, if the Government will only fulfill its pledges, the Indians hitherto hostile will continue to comply with the provision! of the recent treaties. The House Judiciary Committee yesterday had under consideration the question recently submit ted to them, of inquiring into the expediency of repealing tho test oath. The President, a few days ago, sent a special message to Congress upon the subject, transmitting letters from the Secretary of the Treasury and the Postmaster General, strongly urging some legislation upon the subject, and giving the reasons therefor. The committee, after a short discussion, directed the chairman to report aguinst any modification of the oath what ever. The chairman will present an elaborate report upon it, going into the whole question, and attempt to vindicate the action of committco by quotations from the President's record. XIr. Bogera will present a minority report in favor of its repeal, as desired by the Secretary of the Trea sury and the Postmaster General. Walter B. Scales, formerly appointed Adjutant General to Gen. John A. XlcClernand, has been appointed Collector of tho port of Chicago, in the place of Luther Haven, deceased. Acting upon information supposed to be suffi cient, the Treasury Department, a few weeks since, seized as Confederate property the iron steamer and blockado runner Coquette, then lying at Bal timore. Tho vessel is alleged to have been built in Scotland, under a contract with XIallOry, for the Confederate States Navy, but is now claimed a private property. The Department has finally decided to hold the vessel as confiscated property, and to proceed against her according tu law. She is valued at $160,000. Tho celebration of tho emancipation of slaves in the District of Columbia, took place to-day. Two regiments of colored troops, and various col ored civil associations, with many other colored citizens, assembled in front of the Executive man sion, making a dense mass of colored faces, re lieved hero and there by a few white ones. After the firing of cannon and tho playing of several martial airs, three cheers were given for tho Pr6sidcnt of tho United States, who, having been escorted to a prominent position by tho U. S. Xlarshal.andhis private Secretary, Col. Wm.G. Xloore, addressed tho assemblage as follows : XI y Colored Friends: I have nothing new to soy to you on this occasion, but to thank you for this compliment you have paid mo on this your lay of celebration. I come forward for the pur pose of indicating my approbation and manifest ing my appreciation of tho respect thus offered mil conferred. I thauk you for the compliment and I mean what I say. I will remark in this connection that tho time will come, nnd that, too. beforo a great while, when the colored population of tho United States will find out who elected them as a hobby and a pretense by which they can be successful in obtaining and retaining pow er, and who have been their true friends and wanted them to paeticipate in and enjoy tho blessings of freedom. Tho timo will como when it will bo made known who contributed as much as any other man, and who, without being considered egotistical, I may say, contributed moro in procuring tho great national guarantee of tho abolition of slavery in all tho States hy tho ratification of tho amend ment to the Constitution of tho United States, giving a national guarantee, that slavery shall no longer be permitted to exist or bo re-established in a State or jurisdiction of the United States. I know how it is to cater to prejudice, and how easy it is to excite feelings of prejudice and un kindness. I caro not for that. I have been en gaged in this work in -which my nil has been staked. I wxs not engaged in it ns a hobby, nor did I ride the colored man for the sake of gaining pow er. What I did was fur tho purpose of establish ing tho great principle of freedom, and thank God I feel and know it to be so, that my efforts havo contributed as much, if not more, in accom plishing this great national guarantee than those of any other living man in the United States. En thusiastic applausc.l COXCJKIISSIOXAI Washington, April 19. House. XIr. Xlorris from the Judiciary Committee, reported back tho bill to re.-ulato the terms of tho United States Courts in tho Eastern District of New York, and for other purposos which was considered and passed. XIr. Bnycr offered a resolution to print for tho use of the members of tho House, for distribution, 59,000 copies of tho testimony Tof Alexander H. Stephens, before tho 'Commissioners, on recon struction. XIr. Bogcrs moved to make the number 15,000. Resolution referred to Committee on printing. XIr. Ls'nch introduced ajoint resolution, author izing the appointment otVcxaminers to examine a site for a fresh water basin for iron clad vessels, of tho U.S. Naty, which was read twice and re ferred to Committee on Naval affairs. XIr. Whalcy rose to another explanation in ref erence to his friend XIr. Estnl, and had read a snrcasitc letter from XIr. Boyuton, correspondent of tho Cincinnati (inzclte. denying the authorhip of the objectionable paragraph. XIr. Steam, from the Committee on Appropria tions, reported a bill making appropriations to supply deficiencies in the appropriation for pub lic printing for tho year ending Juno SO, ISOrt. Bead twice and referred to tho Committee ef the AVholeon tho state of tho Union, and mado the special order for Friday. Tho bill appropriate $150,(i00 to supply deficcncics for printing $150,000 for paper; $95,000 for binding. XIr. Washburn, of III,, enquired how many of the ordinary appropriation bills of tho session had passed. I'rmii New Yorlt. New York, April 19. A mass meeting of tho car drivers was hold in tho. City Hall Park last evening, when a scries of resolutions wero adopted, expressing a determination not to return to work until tho advance they ask for is given. Speeches were delivered by Xlcssrs. Corcoran, XlcXIastcrs, Luke, F. Cozano nnd others, and several donations of money wero received from sympathizing friends. Thirty-six conductors wero discharged from tho Seventh Avenue lino yester day, for rcfustng to act as drivers. Two assaults on the new drivers were made, one of them slightly wounded in tho leg. One of tho strik ers was arrested. Considerable rioting occurred along tho linu of the Third Avenuo road last evening. One driver is supposed to bo killed. A torpedo was placed on tho track ntalato hour last night, which exploded upon a car passing over it. Tho car was very much dimaged, and tho pxsscngcrs narrowly escaped. Last evening a large meeting of tho Bobcrts- Swccny Fenians took place at the Cooper Insti tute. Addresses wero mado by XIr. Culahan, XIr. Kobcrts and XIr. A.D, Xlorrison, of Xlissouri. XIr. Roberts stated that this was tho last public meeting that would bo held by bis party beforo tho final blow for liberty was struck. Tho United States gunboat DcSnta, Capt. Char les S. Boggs, the flag ship of tho Hying squadron, to do duty in tho eastern waters, will sail from tho Brooklyn navy yard to-day for Eastport, Xle. Thc7uii and .Wnurior will sail in a few days Capt. Boggs will command tho squadron, and will for the time bo Acting Bear Admiral. IVoiii .Mexico. New York, April 19. A Vera Cruz correspon dent of the Sth inst. says : Tho merchants of that city wero complaining bitterly of the addition of thirty per cent, tariff. They claim that it should not extend to tho merchandise imported before the publication of the decree, but Maximilian has deoUred not only that they must pay tho nddi tional duty upon such goods, but in caso they do not render a full account of tho merchandise on hand in thrco days, they would be compelled to pay sixty instead of thirty per cent. A special City of XI exico correspondent, dated April ?d, says : The disagreement between Orte ga and Juarez, has become alarming, and the Lib' erals seo no way of adjusting the difficulty. Orte ga claims the Presidency nnd denounces Juarez. The Indians were still making raids upon Se- norc, and committing great outrages- The Provincial Conrctlcrntlnii Scheme. Frkdkricktown, April IS. Tho discontent of the peoplo of New Brunswick at the legislation now being forced upon them, and the adoption of the Quebec Confederation scheme by tho Provin cial Parliament, in spite of tho largo popular vote polled against it in 1S05, is increasing. Tho mi nority in the Upper House have prepared a pit test against the adoption of tho Quebec scheme and tho address to the Queen, in which the diffi culties and grievances under which the people la bor are set dawn with groat force. From St Stephen wo havo tho intelligence that the confederation scheme has been pmhed through the Parliament of that provinee. A Strike amonc the ConI .Miners. Baltimore, April 19. Tho CVmltrhnd Cfri7 inn says the strike among thecoal miners still con tinues. The companies first proposed reducing the price of running from T5 to 50 cents per ton. Xllncs refused to accept this price; CO cents wu then offered, which was also refused. It was ru mored a few days since, that a compromise had been effected, and that work would go on att'6 cents. The result of this state of affairs is an en tire stagnation in the coal trade. Hundreds of boats arc lying idle at tho whan es, and boatsmen getting discharged and seekinr other employment. HDfeturbanccq Between Blacks nnd whites in Norfolk. Fortress XIosroe, April 19. Tho riotous de monstrations attending the negro procession yes- luruoj ..iuiiuik, 10 celebrate the passagoof the Civil Bights bill, proves to havo been more seri ous than at first reported. The disturbance orig inated with a number of the rowdy element jeer ing at the procession and a few negroes modened and inflamed with liquor. Firearms were fre quently discharged, and innocent spectators are sufferers. One person was killed anil several wounded. Tho following are the names of those killed and wounded: Robert Whitchurst. killed, and his stop-mother mortally wounded; John Whitehurst dangerously wounded; Wra. Xloscly, a city watch man, beaten and so dangerously injured that hit life is despaired ofc Hampton, a colored man, was seriously wounded by a bayonet in the hands of one of the negross. The blame of the whole af fair is divided between the municipal and milita ry authorities; for allowing negroes to carry fire arms and other deadly weapons with them in the procession. XIaj. Stanhouse, commanding a com puny of d.tli U. S. infantry appeared upon the scene in the height of the melee and succeeded. with the aid of his force, in subduing the excited passions of the negroes. During last night fears were entertained of another disturbance, and a telegram was sent to Gen. Xliles for additional troops, but these were not needed, as events of the night procd, and everything passed off in quiet ness. Considerable uneasiness was felt in Norfolk by many citizens over the events of yesterday, and a great outbreak was deemed not impossible. In the meantime as a precautionary measure. Gen. Xlilcs sent over this l. it. a detachment of the 5th U. S. Artillery and 12th Infantry, to meet any cvcnU that may transpire. ':iinili:iii Airnlr. Toronto, C. W., April 19. The volunteers that were sent to tho Lower Canada tronticrhavo been recalled, tho Fenian raids being no longer feared. The examination of the Fenian prisoners at Cornwall continues with closed doors. It is un derstood the examination will be concluded to day, to await the arrival of important witnesses. Tho General thought the prisoners will be com mitted for trial at the fall as.'izes, unless a special ommission is appointed by the Government for their trial at an earlierilay. Resolutions in favor of the confederation of the British American Provinces have been adopted by the Nova Scotia Assembly, by a vote of S7 to 19. Tho Toto is still pending in the Parliament of New Brunswick, and if rejected, tho llou.-o will bo dissolved, and a new cloction held. Intensive SiiiuprIiiir by Itoston 3Icr- chmits. New York, April 19. During tho past year a smuggling transaction by the leading merchants of Boston was settled by the payment of $125,000. It afterwards became known that tho firms paid $157,000 to settle the affair, and tho Government is making n legal investigation to see whq receiv ed the lubricating $32,000. Defeat of the French. San Francisco, April 1C Dispatches dated XIarch 23, received to-day, from XIazctlan, stato that a French army, 1,100 strong, reinforced from Tcpico, attacked Generals L. S. Corroud and Ruby, three miles from XIazctlan. After a severe fight, tho French were entirely defeated, with seventy killed and wounded. The Nnvy Appropriation Kill. Washington, April 19. Ihe President has ap" proved the Navy Appropriation Bill. The aggre gate amount for the Boston Navy Yard is $277,500; for tho New York Navy Yard, $05,SOO, including $90,000 for the Rugglcs property; for the Phila delphia Navy Yard. $14,S0O ; for the Portsmouth Navy Yard, $200,000 ; and for the purchase of Lewis Island, $105,000. The I'ciiliui Trials in Canada. Toronto, April IS. Tho examination of the Fenians at Cornwall is still progressing with closed doors. Tho prisoners cannot be convicted unless more proof is obtained than has leaked out- REAL ESTATE, &c. FOR SAX.13. ONE OF TIIK XIOSTSPLENDID AND WELL appointed Residences in the city. U0. 31 SOUTH SUMMER STREET, Call on ANDERSON, JOHNSON SJIITH. aprll-lm Real Estate Agents. Dwellings, Lots and Country Places YOll SAXJE. 4 SXIALL FRAXIE BUILDING ON SOUTH J: V. Summer street, with 40 ieet of ground, run ning back ISO, can be had for two thousand eight hundred dollars. A largo and convenient Brick Dwelling, on Summer street, between Church and Broad, at a low rate. Also, a small Brick Dwelling, on Hich street, between Church and Broad, is for sale cheap. An elegant and substantial Jirick Dwelling, on North Market street, near the Public Squure, on reasonable terms. A fine and convenient lirick Dwelling, on .North Summer street, between Cedar and Union streets. at a fair price. II n If the purchase money can re main on interest for a term of years. Two eligible lots on North Vine street, immedi ately in front uf tho t'apitol, arc for sale at a mod ra to price. A small Country Place, four miles out, onllills boro Pike, at $1,000. A tract of hind, well improved,-on tho north side of the river, is offered at a very low price. One nunurctl acres. Two lots in Harding's Addition ; very cheap for cash. Twenty lots in lloyd s Addition, tor sale low. Three lots in Edgefield can be purchased very low. Also, a large Frame Houe in Edgefield. iVppIy to NELSON .fc XluRr REE. nprl5-lw Of) ACBES OF FIRST-RATE OIL LANDS, OU on Spring Creek, Overton county, Tcnn., near the celebrated Newman u ell, which is now producing oil, is offered in fee simple for $3,000. It is leased for a royalty of one-sixth. 7.000 Acres of leased lands, iu desirable loca tions for Oil, Salt, Xlarblc, etc., arc offered for $10,000. Oil Leases in different places on Obcd's river and on its tributaries, can be nad on lair terms oy applying to NELSON & XIURFREE. aprlo-lw ISniilc of Tennessee. t LL PERSONS HAVING IN THEIR HANDS claims of the Bank of Tcnnessco for collec tion, or having in their hands any other assets, or any business ot the JlanK. aro requesieu to report the same to tlie rrcsnlent nnmcaiatciy. By order of tho Board of Directors. S. WATSON, Prcs't Bank Tcnn. nofi lm Xlcmphis Commercial copy and forward bill to this otliee. NOUTiraitS JOUKXATi OF THE MEDICAL SCIENCES, Ni:V OKMIA.VS. I.A. FIRST CLASS QUARTERLY, OF NOT XX. less than eigtit tiuu'lrcd pages pcrnnnum, i.siuhI mi tint first dav of XIav. August. Novem ber and February. Subscription, iiiruriuli in nnrmiec, S? Is). E. I). FENNER. XI. I).. D. WARREN BRICKELL, XI. D., C BEARD. XI. D.. Editors and Proprietors. All remittances to be sent to Dr. I). N . Brick cll. box UH, Postotfice, New Orleans, La. All coinmunioationsto bo directed to Southern Jour nal of the Xledieal Sciences, box 909. P. O.. New Orleans, l.a. apriz-ini' von X.KASI-:. 1 onrv FF.rTT OF GROUND. BEAUTIFUL I ,OUvJ ly and eligibly located in the heart and centre or Edgefield, lying on tlie uallatin Pike, Tulip, Russcl. Woodland nnd Fatherland streets, being tho well known property of Dr. Cheatham, which we offer for LEASE fcr ten years. RENEWABLE, in quantities to suit pur chasers. Persons desiring bargains would do well to call. Apply to NELSON .t XIURFREE. ANDERSON, JOHNSON ,fc SMITH. nprlO-lm o o Hi HI o Eh O HI cq P 4 C3 o s j . a " O " o a " C3 - S fcvO X. S 2 5 si S 2 " E CO 'X Education for the South. A Itiiilimcnial and Finishing School. riMIE SEMINARY FOR YOUNG LADIES 1 (late at the Kirkman House.) is removed to o. 10 Spruce Mrecl, nearChurch, where, with a new and beautiful building, retired and yet centralto tho city: very superior accommoda tions for Two Hundred Boarding and Day Pupils, enlarged facilities will now he givta for scholar ship and tho cultivation of Musis and the Fine ?n this school the instruction is most thorough and calculated to fit anr tucil for teaching. The entire school is exercised daily in Spelling, Gram mar, and Penmanship. Special attention is paid tf the small children, and to the Enlish rudimcntal brancnes. The First Latin Lessons. Historia. Itomn. Cassr. Yirril and Livy. are now read daily in this school. and another class Is beginning tbe Grammar. No charge is made for Latin, which is an advantage to the pupil, given by no other school in the land. The Pianos are not the common Instruments used in schools, but all new and seven octave. Gratuitous instruction is given to the entire school in sacred music Good msnntrs are taught Time is riven at meals, and dining U here made a part of educa tion, rupiis la&en at any lime. W. E. WARD. Principal. apO lm MEDICAL. MIE GREAT STRENGTHENING TONIC. (Aot a irii'.J-j Preparation.) IIOOFLAND'S GERMAN BITTERS. will cure DEBILITY! UKRTT.TTY ! resulting from any causo whatever. PROSTRATION OF THE SYSTEM. induced by SEVERE HARDSHIPS. EXPOSURE.FEVERS. and of DISEASES OF CAXIP LIFE. SOLDIERS, CITIZENS, .XiALBOR FEMALE, aihii.t nn YOUTH will find in this Bitters a pure Tonic, not depend ent on bad liquors for their almost miraculous effects. HH 1111 1111 1111 HH 1111 lilt 1111 nil 1111 HllHIlHHHHHU uu illinium hh HH HH till HH HH HH HH llll 1111 1111 DYSPEPSIA, and Observe the following symptoms resulting from disorders of the digestive organs: Constipation. Inward Tiles. Fulness of Rlnnd tn the Head, Nausea. Heartburn, Disgust on Food, Fullness or Weight in tho Stomach. Sour Eructa tions, Sinkingor Fluttering at tho Pitof the Stom ach, Swimming of tbe Head, Hurried and difficult ilreatning. fluttcr.ng at the Heart. Uhokmgor Suffocating Sensations when in a lying Posture, Dimness of Vision. Dots or Webs before the Sigjit, Fever and Dull Pain in tho Head, Headache, Defici ency of Persdiration. Yellowness of the Skin and Eyes, Pain in the Side, Buck, Cheat, Limbs, A'c 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 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 DISEASES RESULTING FROM DISORDERS LIVER AND DIGESTIVE ORGANS are cured by IIOOFLAND'S GERMAN BITTERS This Bitters has perforxied cures, gives bettersatisfaction. has xioreTestixiony. HAS XIORE RESPECTABLE PEOPLE TO VOUCH FOR IT. than any other article in the market. We defy any one to contradict this assertion, nnd WILL PAY $1,000 to any one who will produce a certificate publish ed by us that is not genuine. 00 00 00 00 OO 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 IIOOFLAND'S GERXLAN BITTERS, will cure cvervCiise of CHRONIC OR NERVOUS DEBILITY, DISEASES OF THE KIDNEYS, AND DISEASES ARISING FROXI A DISOR DERED SiOXIACIl. REXIEXIBER, THAT THIS BITTERS IS NOT AIAJUllUjIsli;. CONTAINS, NO RUXl OR WHISKY. CANNOT MAKE DRUNKARDS. AND BUT IT IS THE BEST TONICIN THE WORLD. HEAD WHO SAYS SO. From tho Rev. Levi G.Beck. Pastorof tho Bap tist Church, Pcmbcrton, N. J., formerly of tho North Baptist Church, Philadelphia, at present Pastor of tho Baptist Church, Chester, Pa. ... I have known Hoofland's German Bitters favor ably for a number of years. I have used than, 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 iu thus publicly proclaiming this fact, and calling the attention ot thoso alllicted with the diseases for which theyare recommended. to tucso itittcrs, knowing trom experience tnatmy recommendation will be sustained. I do this moro cheerfully as Hoofland's Bitters is intended to ben eut the aUlictcil, ana is not a rum drink. Vours, truly. LEVI U. JJECk. FFFFFFFEFFF FFFFFFFFFFF FF FF FFFFF FFFFF FF FF FF FF FF From Rev. W. D. Scigfricd. Pastor of Twelfth Baptist Church. Philadelphia: tientlcmen; 1 have recently been labor ingundcr the distressing effects ofindigestion. ac companied by a prostration of the nervous sys tern, xsumerous remedies were commended uy friends and some of them tested, out without re lief. our Hoolland's German Bitters wero re commended by persons who had tried them, and whose favorable mention ot theso bitters induced me to try them. I must confess that I had an aver sion to Patent .Medicines from the " thousand and one" quack "Bitters" wh-se only aim seem to be to palm offswectcned and drugged liquor upon tho community in a sly way. and the tendency of which, I fear, is to make many u confirmed drunk ard. Upon learning that yours was really a med icinal preparation I took it with happy effect. Its action, not only upon the stomach, but upon the nervous system, was prompt and gratifying. I feci that I have derived great and permanent benefit from the use of a few bottles. Very res spectfully yours. W. D. SEIGFRIED. No. 254 Shackamaxon st. LL LL LL LL LL LL LL LL LL LLLLLLLLLL LLLLLLLLLL From Rev. J. Newton Brawn, D. D.. editor of 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 ana euccts, i yet Know oi no sui ficient reasons why a man may not testify to the benefit he believes himself to hava received from any simple preparation, in the hopa that he may thus contribute to the benefit of others. I do this the more readily in regard to Hoof land's German Bitten", prepared by Dr. O. X'. Sackson, of this city, because I was prejudiced against them for many years, undei the impres sion that they were chiefly an alcoholic mixture, I am indebted to mr friend. Robert Shoemaker. Esq., for the removal of this prejudice by proper tests ana tor encouragement to try tnem when sui ferinir from great and long continued debility. The use of three bottles of these Bitters at the beginning of tho present year, was followed by evident reliet ana restoration to a uegrco ol bod ily and mental vigor which I had nut felt for six months before and bad almost despaired of re gaining. I therefore ttank God any my friend for directing me to the u ot them. J. NEWTON BROWN. Philadelphia. A AAA AAAA AA A A AA AA AA AA AAAAAAAAA AA AA AA AA A A AA AA AA From the Rev. E. D. Kendall. Assistant Editor Christian Chronicle. Phllade nhia: I have derived decided benefit from tho use of Hootland s German Hitters, and feci it my privi lege to recommend thein as a most valuable tonic, to all who are suffering from general debility or from diseases arising from derangement ot the liver. Yours truly. t . P.I'K.VUALU From Rev. Xlcrrige. Pustor of the Possyunk lt.nitist Church. I'hilhdelnlna. From the many respectable recommendations given tn Dr. Hoofland's German Bitters, I was in duced to givo them a trial. After using several Lollies I found them to be agoou remedy for de bility, and a uiustexccllcnt tonicfor the stomach. LI. .U .1.1.11! r. NNNN NX NX NX NN NN NN NN NN XX XX XX XX XX NN NX XX NN XX XX XX XX NX XX XX XX xxxx NN XX XX XX From the Bct. Thomas Winter, D. D., Pastor of Roxborougb. Baptist Church: Dear Sir: I feel it due to your excellent prepa ration, Hoofland's German Bitters, to add my tes limonr tn theileerved renutation it hosobtained. I have for years at times been troubled with great disorder in my head and nervous system. 1 was .,iT-;an.l h frieml to trv a bottle of your German Bitters. I did so, and have experienced great and unexpected relief: my health has been very ma terially benefitted. I confidently recommend the articles where I meet with cases similar to my own, and have been assured by many of their good carets. nespcsuniiy youra, . T. WINTER. Roxbororough. Pa. DDDD DD DD DD DD DD DD DD DD DD. DD DD DD DD DD DD DD DD DD DDDD BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS. See that thesis-nature of "CXI. Jackson " is en the -wrapper of each bottle. CnOUlU JWUi UCTIW W,MK.UU.UM, IMC. It, ele do not be nut off by any of the intoxicating nrenarations that may be ottered in its place, but . . i : 1 1 f . -1 . --I.. .. -1 I SCnU lO US auU wc ntuJJinwu, cwui ci J'JM. cu Uf express. TMni-innt Office and Mannfactorr. NO.cal ARCH STREET. PHILADELPP.1A.PA. JONES iEVANa 'Successor! to C. M. JACKSON CO. PaortirTOM. For sale by Druggists and dealers In evtry town in the United stales. marv uj.w DRT GOOl)S J0HF 0HLY, Practical Tailor, Has permanently located at NO. V2 X'ORTU ClIEKItY STREET. Ho has just received from New York ono of the finest STOCKS OF GOODS ever brought to the citv. feMMf. WHOLESALE DRY GOODS. NEW FIRM. Irby.Jfforgan, O'Bryan&Co. Xos. 7 imtl S, PUBLIC S Q U A JI Ji, NASHVILLE. MIB UNDERSIGNED HAVE ASSOCIHTED . . ,vv.ui u -1 1 1 1: i me aoove ij rill style, to conduct a General Wholesale Dry Goods and anety Business, in tho city of ef Nashville. lueui.-eires logemcr under the above firm -iue pannersnip uaung irom January 1st, IstiO. IRBY MORGAN. GEO. G. O'BRYAN, A. II. WASHINGTON, JAS. II. THOMAS. JO. B. O'BRYAN. And are now receiving and nnenlnrr n pni;l,. new and complete Stock of Spring Goods, which they areoffering to XIERCH ANTSat low prices for ro?,lKrni,?c.0IJia"yJnTitB tn0 oIa "iends of Mi0.'S ,VP- 1an'1 WASHINGTON. uKlAiN x CO., and .Merchants generally, to ex amine our Stock and Prices. We have a very attractive stock of I)Ii:SS GOODS, and VARIETIES, To which wo ask special attention. The Goods inusi ana will he sold. IRBY .MORGAN, O'BRYAN A- CO.. Next door to Berry Demoville. marli 12ui 1866. SPRING-. 1866. EVANS, FITE & CO. IMPORT E R S AND "Wholesale Dealers IN DM 00030)8 VARIETIES, BOOTS, SHOES and HATS, XO. 4 INN I5I.OCK, XA SH VIL L E, TEX LESSEE. NASHVILLE. XIarch 10th. 1SC6. WE ARE NOW RECEIVING THROUGH I T our New York House, (Xfessrs. Kvain, Gard ner A- Co., 377 Broadway) the largest and host as sorted block ot Spring and Summer DRY GOODS. BOOTS. SHOES AND HATS. Ever brought to this market, and havine purchas ed this stock ut lowest Cash prices since the recent decline, wo can offer you our Goods at figure, that will enable you to compete with Stocks purchased in any market in the United States. We solicit iui examination of our Stock before purchasing elsewhere. All orders entrusted to us will be carefully filled nnd at the lowest prices. EVANS. FITE CO. marl3 Aim TIIK VMTEIWAI, SUCCKSS DOCTOR M'G-ILL, IJOTAXIC PHYSICIAN', IN THK TREATXIENT OF DISEASES, IS CROWNING HIXI WITH SUCCESS IN OTHER STATES, AS IT IS IN NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE. McGILL'S PRACTICE HAS BECOXIE SO EXTENSIVE that he has been compelled to unxage tbe ser vices of an experienced Physician to aid him in in preparing medicines for his patients in distant States. DR XIcOILL in Nashville, Tcnn., has the Urg es practice of any Botanic Physician in the United States. The unbeliever can bo convinced by calling at the Adams Express office, where he maysectha large amount of medicines he sends every week to different parts of the United States. DR. XIcGILL treats diseases at any distance Ho treats the following CHRONIC CASES with satisfaction ; Rheumatism. Affections of tho Lungs, Diseases of the Throat, Swelled Joints. Stiff Limbs, Pleurisy, Pains, Ulcers, Cancers, Gravel, Diseases of the Heart and Liver, Inflam mation of tbe Stomach. Neuralgia, King's Evil or Scrofula, Deafness, Diseases of tho Eves. De bilitated Systems, Dyspepsia or Indigestion, and Consumption together with all Private Diseases and Diseases of the Urinary Organs, All Syphi listic Diseases treated at any distance, and a cure guaranteed. TO THE Tj A IKIES. All affections of the Womb treated with suc cess. Those married ladies who have been so un fortunate as to miscarry, or prove abortive, can be carried to their full time, if found pregnant, by giving mo a call. STEItllilTV, Youne married 1-tilies tvbnse tnisfnrfiinn It hum been not to bring forth in due season, remember Ucxl has said you should multinlv and reidenish. If this is your desire, you can consult me either by letter or in person. No lady over thirty-live years of age need make application. All commu nications by letter or person strictly confidential. NIGHT EMISSIONS CURED. Young man, stop before you further go. Of all diseases subject to man. there is no disease so hard to euro as Night Emissions, and physicians are scarce who understand treating it; and to you I can say that I have cured hundreds in this city, as well as inuiiicrentstates.whohavespenldollaral. ter dollar, and aronow well cured bv me. I urn dai ly receiving letters and sending medicine to all parts ol the country. In a word, all that are diseas ed in any war. and will give acall. I will give satis faction for all of the diseases mentioned in this advertisement. The best of references given in tnisclty. Ail letters should be directed to IHt. McUIIJU box 710 Nashville. Tenn. Office over John York's Book Store, Union street, between College and Cherry streets. aprl3-ly TAVERN AND PLANTATION TO 31ENT. THE UNDERSIGN5.T) PROFFERS TO RENT X out tno well-kno-rn Tavern btand, known as mo ItKIX'II ItOTr.I. PLACE, On the Franklin and Nashville Pike. 3M miles from Franklin, and 14 from Nashville. There are 15 acres of Land, of which about 1W teres aro in cultivation. Tho Tavern House has 22 commodious rooms. In good repair. There are also, upon the place rood out-houses, e. , -V) i i.... r .i tm i : v. lil P. I.l. ItAUlU, IUU luu, kitmi UIKKIUIILU SIIU. and three distinct settlements, besides the Hotel Place. It will be rented from one to five years, and immediate possession given. All the STOCK, PROVENDER, FKKNITUKE, I'ARMING IMPLEMENTS. 1C, Can be bought by the lessee upon reasonable terms. Apply to the undersigned on the premises. . r. IT. MATS, Administrator of Jno. B. Beech, maris 2m. PAY UP. rrilK NOTES AND ACCOUNTS DUE DR. I T-t . IL'.ll- I V . I.S .Ilk n frt. rVti. M lUUUiU II nililUl V SCCB i,,n liu .v. - lection. Tho'eindtbttd to him will please corns forward andsettl forthwith, or they will be hand - e4io.BOiaccriorvoiieciioa. CALLENDER A GARRET. mil3 lm 41 Cherry street DRY GOODS. SPRING GOODS. PIGUE & MANIER, Xo. 51 Market Street, SECOND DOOR FROM TUBLIC SQUARE XASUYIELE, TENNESSEE. We take pleasure in informing our friends and tho public generally that we are now receiving our stock of SPRING GOODS Which were selected with great care and bought for Cash since THE DECLINE IN PRICES. And wc feel confident that we enn make it to tho interest of all to examine our .tock before our- chasing elsewhc.-e. e would call speoM attention to our stock of WHITE GOODS, Consisting, in part.cf White Organdies. Real Swiss .Muslin. Plain and Fancy Irish Linens, Plain and Striped India Twills. Jaconets, Cambrics, a large -re i .' i : ri-. 1 T: : - . .-w i , i i hi i,i L.uiur"iuf-j lea, v iiui'cti xuiuuiiiift.. Imperial Frilling. Hosiery, etc., etc. Abo, wo think our stock of Will bo found very desirable. A good assort ment of Olotlis and Cassimeres, PLAIX JkXD FANCY LINENS, FOR MEN AND BOYS. Wo keep constantly on hand a large assortment of STAPLE aOODS And the best brands of Cotton Yarns, Which will be mid at the lowest market prlaes. PIGUE 1c MANIER. No. 51 Market st. lift lm J. A. J. ROSE, No. 11 S. Side Public Square, 4 OPPOSITE COURT HOUSE. NiiHbrille, Tciuichhcc, TS RECEIVING A VERY LARGE ASSORT L ment of GENTS', YOUTHS', . AND BOY'S CLOTHING, AND FURNISHING GOODS, Of every quality, style and fashion. ALSO, 1 1 ATS. TRUNKS, AND VALISES, Tlie above good; were bought Very Cheap, and it would be well for those in want of anything in my line to give me a call before purchasing. mar31 lm. R. H. THOMPSON, Fashionable ELats, Caps A N GEN TLEMENS ' FINE FURNISHING GOODS, TRUNKS, TRAVELING BAGS, cl, 28 CHI.BRY STREET, iNcattUalea. apl-tf MISCELLANEOUS. 1R. J. C. BENTON. HAVING RETURNED TO. AND PERMA ' nently located in the city. o3rs his profes sional services to the eitiiens of Nashville and vicinity. Offlce, Jfo. 23 1-2 North Cherry Mtreet, where he can be found at all boon, night or d.sr. unless professionally engaged, marlft lm ARTIFICIAL LEGS. DK. DOUGLAS SLY'-, PATENT ANATOMICAL B A 1. 1. A X MOCK tT JOISTtl) ARTIFICIAL LEG. ? Manufactory and OtBee: In the C JiaV, Xrtk JSW ef Mrlett Build- i? Public Square, NASIITIIXE. TENNESSEE. 'PHIS LEG has an advantage possessed Ly r. ,L other Artificial Leg, havinca I'omnnl mitl SUIe Motion, the same as. the natural foot. The Springs are Robber, and eon.so,oentljr there l- n rattling as in other legs. The nnileisigned has purchased the right to manufacture this Leg I- r a term of years, and respectfully refers the puh!. to any of his patients in Nashville or vicinity wear ing his make. He is an experienced and pnwtic.il workman in tho art himself, and gives hispersi u.u attention to t try case. Heatsoempley n-mcbul the most competent hands. Perfect Nntlsnictlon iiiitritnl-oil In till Cnsesi, and reference byname given wlun ever required. Address Uox 7 . Nashville. JAMBS W. MORTON. marSO 3m .Manuraetiir r COAT,! COAIi!! The S'-MUiiee Conl Zlliiicvs TN FUTUP.3 WILL BE WORKED BY THF JL Tennessee Coal Company. The litlzat:t. whiih has hitherto rendered these Mines of r: little value to the public has been settled, and tho parties interested now confidently expect to supply Nashville and tho other towns in Mid dle Tennessee with coal. They believe it is only necessary for this coal to bo tried to be generally used. For manufacturing purposes and fer Xn nines, this coal is believed to be superior to any that caa be had In Tennessee. They esptcially desire that Blacksmiths and all who work in iron, should try this coal. The Company working these Mines feel authorised to nay that the people of Nashville may rely upon them for a CERTAIN supply of Coal at all times, and thiy hope, by being liberally patronised, to rednce the prico of Coal. A. S. COLYAR. inarCO-tf CHARLES A. PROCTOR. Ayor's Sarsaparilla. -Jr- TS A CONCENTRATED EX- I TRACT of the eboiee root. so oonibuvcd with other substan Rfk ce of still greater alternative Ml mX j powers as to afford an effectual IW JL antidote for diseases Sarsaparilla is reputed to cure. Suoh a rem v edyusurely wanted by thosewh.i suffer from Strumous complaints, and that ono which will accomplish their euro must prove, as this has, of immeuse service to this large class nf our am-cieu leiiow-cituens. now completely tnis compound will do it has been proven by experi ment on many or tne worst ciuca to be found In the following complaint : Scrofula. Scrofulous Swellings and Sores, Skin Diseases, Pimples, Pustules, Blotches, Eruption.-. St. Anthony's Fire. Rose or Erysipelas, Tetter or Salt Rheum. Scald H ;ad, Ringwonn. &c fyphilUor Venerinl V'ueute is expelled from the system by the prolonged uso or this SAltS V PARILLA, anil the patient U left In comparat.ve health. t'rmat 7uts aro caused by Scrofula in the blood, and are often soon cured by this EXTRACT OF SARSAPARILLA. Do nut discard this invaluable medicine, because you have been imposed upon by something pre tending to bo Sarasaparilla. while it was ni.t. V hen you have used AY'KR'S then, and not till then, will you know the virtues of Barsaparilhi. For minute particulars of tha diseases It cures, wo refer you to Ayer's American Almanac, which tha ngent below named will furnish gratis tu all wb j ""AVER'S CATHARTIC PILLS, for the cure or Costiveness, Jaundice, Dyspepsia, Indigestiuu, Dysentery, fuul Stomach, Headache, Piles, llheu matism, Heartburn arising from Disordered S'om nch. Pain, orMnrbid Inaction of thn Rowels, Flat -nlency. Lof Appetite, Liver Complaint, Dropsy. Worms, Gout, Neuralgia, and for a Dinner Pill, They are sugar coated, so that the most senri tivc can tako them pleasantly, and they aro the best Aperient in the world for all the purposes cf a family physic. Prepared by J. C. AYEK A CO., Lowell. Massachusetts, and sold by Druggists and dealers every where at wholesale and retail; iu Nashville by BERRY. DEMOVILLE WHARTON" rnar21 aAra 0 RE AT CHANCERY SALE ON TUKSIiA V, THIS 'J Hi Al'lllL, OF Valuable City Property O N TUESDAY", THE 31TII OF APRIL, at 1 ) o'clock i.a ON THK PREMISES, the undersigned will offer at PUIIMO AUCTION, MANSFIE L D , HRHIDRSBC nrTDKtaATE HON. ANDREW EWING, In a scries of lots, admirably Union" fer Building or Gardening purposes. MANSFIELD Itw upon tbe edge of Nashville, on the Murfreetboro turn pike. In cuy reaeh iof tho terminus of the Chtrry Street Railway, wbteti may be extended te fotlude it. It is watered by eight Jpring), one of whWi is conspieuous for Its eahaUttleos vel um of pari water. Tha sell h yond (impure, aod'thedWi fer Build ing er Gardening aro f admftted beauty and ellgiMHly. Sale PositiveTermsEasy. The lets are laftl oJTTn va rious sites to salt buys ers, and are 1 i . divided by bread and eonvealtnt avenues, streets atd alleys. HORTOX B. HOWELL, (HeikMn Mawler J.L.Jb R.W.BROWN, l.nii ANDERSON. JOHNSON 4 SMITH. J" Omnibuses and collation will be provideJ. mhr-td MILLINERY AND T It fZ .S S' MAKING. MBS. E.LOCKHABT, So. li NORTH CHERRY BTKIKT. Informs her patrons and friends that W u ment of SPKINO QOODS. ef tha latest style, open for tieir Inspection, and hope for tinuatioa of taelr patronage. oi?J"aW? pleU orrMemnt to carry on lKiaaA in th BMSt fashionable tyl. Hots and a elained. bleached and trimmed. l4-