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TPKSIAY, MAY 29. I860. THE CITY. AKKIVAI. AND llEPAItTUKE Of TIIC TIIAIAS. Louinrill ond Ari&fit Railroad. Leaves Nashville at-- . 7:40 A M . G&t V M Arrive at Louisville Leaves Lnnisville t Arrivcis at J'ahvillo... wn p M 5:0U A M i.-O) A M . 7.-l 1' M . 4:45 1 M . 5:38 A M (ittUnli Aeraininlataii, l.onrpn Onllntin r,:f5 A Arrive" at Nashville...-... Leaves Nashville Arrives at Gallatin 8:ftT A 4:40 P 6:40 P Jkathville umt Chattanooaa llailroad. Leave Nashville at A. M Arrives at Chattanooga MO 1 M Leaves Chattanooga? :U0 A M Arrives at S Mhvillc- I' M Lcavcs.Xnsbvllle &30 P M Arrives at Chattauooga 3:40 A M Leaves Ch.ittanoiHta- 8:4- P Al Arrives at Nashville .- - k A M Suthville uni Deraiur Ilailrowl. HunUrille ami Larkin;ville Mail Daily, except Sundays Leaves Xwlivllle W A M Arrive at Decatur ... r'-' P M Ix-avcs Dwatur.. fi:J0 A M Arrive at Nabvillc - 2:00 1 M Iluntxvillc. Meuuibi. .Mobile, and New Orleans Express . , Leaves Xashvillc- 30 V M Arrives at Decatur - J A Jt Leaves Decatur S.OO V M Arrives at Nashville- J:-1' A M Columbia Accommodation . Lerves Columbia. :- A. M Arrii i at Nashville 1JW A M Lea rat Nimhvillu.-.. 3:00 1 M Arrivw at Columbia 5:10 1 M Xifhnlllr ntvl ifarthice.trrn Haiintail I ve Nashville - Ji'JJ J, M rrlve at JohnwuvllU... fc-W 1' M Leave .lohin-oiivilU...- ,:J? A Jl Arrive at Na'liville ............. fc.iO A M Making cloyeoinini:tioii Ub steamers for Pa diiaab, Cairo and ft. Louis, IHa'firlA ud Krntucl-u llailroad, Nashville and Clarksville Line. ..avi Na.lt villi- -2:40 I M Miii.dt Xa'hville- - 10:30 A SI . v ClurkiviHe . - - -A V! Airivtn utl'iarksvillc- i:00 J' .11 MERRITT"&lnLL, IlKAI.UbB IN WALL PAPEltS, WINDOW SHADES, Ami I'h o I m I'' ff' if- (Jo (til a, IT till tTltCll STItKKT, yi.if ifiriri-il Koune, nryO Siu Nimlivllli-, 'I'l'iui. 'I'tiitmiiu V. Jiini'V is the duly autlioriiud Agent to receive and receipt fur iuburiptions to i his pspor, in the county of Cites. I.oiiIh Jr. William is the duly aut!ijr)r.d HKi-nt f.ir the Vxiits isn Asi'ilmt-is in the county of Dyer.' Mr. Jihih-s i'limiilikll, of Franklin, is the uutboriKeil aiti-iit fur the Umok Nti Aui:hican, in WilliaJU'on county. Our daily puptr j filways fr fain at Mr. CampbellV news etuncl- Ciiiliilu W. V.. AriiiHlmiiB', of (lallatin, l uur niilhori7id aitciit to receive subscriptions for ib- t!.xio- imi Axf.uifix In Sumner county. Acinous AroliiKXT. On .Sabbath morniRK about lloVlnek n liorsoran uwiiy on CuIIkro J I til. in mrlnif Ihreo persons very seriously. Wo understand that a Mr. Mclvlnley was taklint ii rule in ii huncy, with his wife and children, and, when nenrthc ITniversIty, the hoio became so fretful that he dceiuvd it prudent that they should O'ltiut. His ehiidren wero barely on thrcronnd Ijcfi.iullie horso bou-idiil away, with .Mrs. Mc Jvmlcy in (lie buitiry; .Mr. McKinlcy, however. tioldiiiK to lh rlti. He wui drauiiiil some dis tance, when Ihohnriw broku lonso from hiin and ila'bedilown tbolreet, upsiitlinK the bucey and tbr1ii5 Mrs. McKin' jy to tb Kround. A short ili.-laiicc beyond this the horse ran over on old senllniiuii, by the name of John Winter, who is u.uitc deaf and infirm.'and was consequcnt I) uuabletosetuut oftbouay- lju right thieh was broken Just abovo the kuoe, oside from re ri niiiK other serious injuries. It i tlioualit that he will not recover. Mr. and Mis. McKinlcy were b.illi serioufly injured. lUroitnmV CnriiT. The lata order of (leneral l ivk. discontiniiine that iuot ioiitcuiilblo of all puisuuees, the FrecdincnV Court, mid dlrt'ftiliK I but nil ncernos in Its charge be turned over Id the . (Til aalhorities for trial, was the c.in'e of an un uiuai Jkfta attcndatico before the Itecorder yes terday Mdrsinjr. Six arrests, t'bsrecd with tipidinc without li cense, tlnod The so in c niimberof eases, for bcjuir drunk and ijisurderly. filled $C0 one ofwhoin yas pent to (lie ttorklinuse. Two cases of drunk, fined $1C. KUhtt uses of di.ni, lolly eondilct, fiuel HX Threi" for iiierehandiiuit without license, lined 14 W. Clay (iordon, lor stealinK uiguey, final $4, and rent to tho workliouio. Itiehard MulliiK, (col..) fur slealiiii; a pair of punts, lined ifti, and scut to the irorkhoub. Tor various olfenso, six arrests, fin ml $-10. lltl-TKU nv lMm:nsiov Av I'NUSl'AI. XJGVIA- iiii. -On Sabbath last the ltev. Dr. Younc, of tho Methodist Church South, in Kdccficld. immersed lir iiieuibers of his church- Since baptism by Pliiikliuiror pourinx i" the Kovcrnini: baptismal u nifl of this ohureh. un occurrence of thi eharac lr is lljo sijljjui'l of no little comment. As unusual u the deviatiun iit)V be, probubly not one in rlance In a thousand oniurrtnir, still it Is ourun- derstnndiiiit that, wLJIo sprjnbliuv ur pourincis ileeuied by this Uhristian fraternity a csspiitial baptlsiu. Still llnil by iinincr.'ioii is coi)idcred equally as valid, and in a majority of instances Is nt thenptiou of the luvuiber ur subject of bap tism. The first two, liowcmr, ora preferable, -ntuently practiced. TAHMttrx. Ac., it Tin: Mci.iikkrv Stiikkt M K, Ciiukbii. Aneiilcrtaiiiiiient, in the way of labloiiux, Ac- will be given to-night at this church lr tho purpose of procuring means with which to piueliivie books to replenish the Library of the Sablxtth tvbool lliut is kept m the clnircli. wliuli va prineililly de(ruyi'dtho war. Ftslcral troops liavingiMMiillMcd the utl!4i)g. This benevolent Diiterpilse commends itse'f o the ge)Pniityit all thoo ho 8pproeiau tho pioral cJucat(,n and piety of the louth of that portion of the city Adiiiifion fifty cents. Mmovir 1Iu.l DnAUATio Hkiuixch. Mr. (Veil llureourt, aullior and olooutiouist. will de liver a serins of dramatic readings and recitations trout the most popular Ameriemi and Lnglish au thors, at Masonic Hall, commencing this evening. Tho iHxHtrammo of readings fur this evening, which willbe found in our advertising columns. comprises uuite u number of popular and nttrao in e niece. Mr. II. is mid to he im excellent reader and elocutionist. 1:n-ia.v MoviiUKNTH. Cd. O'Neil. with souio forty men. left this city Northward on Sabbath IHonflHg lust. A conidernblo number of the brillioh.I left Memphis a few days since, going in Iho some dlienlj!). Itecruiling olliccrs arc left Lehlndat this )iooo ant UeWI'1'" lo ft'"'1 lurwaril such reinforcemeiits n llei). pnevyvy may call for. I'kidwixu.. Drs. Hroaddus and lVlndextcr. of Virirluia. and Kv. M. T. Miuiucr. lea this ejty at nhht, vu Dueutur, for the llaptist Oouven ii.,1. nt Jusksou. MIs.Uwlppi, un Friday noil- Dr. Dmlee.nnd other iniuuleis, pasicl through the ..in- rn,ir to Virginia. These Bi"tl'HPn hno been Httcidlng the lbiptlst Convention at Hut -ellvilie, Kentucky. ItHiiwxtiVii.i.K ik KiniKiiKi.K Hx rcxiiKli. l'er onsin foxiroli of cheap house, from one to five .-irsoriHltt. shoHld not fail to attend tho great -Hi....rlaibv Mrsrs.J. L. x K. . Hrown tins .luv. Tmlay. thel'i'th Uft.. at II o'clock, a. u .... it... urimiWits. near the (Inllatin l'ike. Soil vcrv M, nI mty lots finely timbered. v "ir!. Mlmui. KniToas: The Frdcrick Koth, who was last week ehargivl bfor Ksuuire MMuhuui. with abusing ins wile, is nni our wcti Li.onn fell.iw-oitiseii who koeps the Tannery on Front J-treot. but nn individual f thu same namo who keeps a grocery n Jeacion t iroei. JlSTlCK. w v.dvki.i Coroner of Davidson county. r..tl !. Jury of Inquest that sat upon the ea.e bf a dran.J negro at the wharfon May 3S. W meat him at the l'NN M 'fj"' ., i-. i ,,-;,,r. nt 11 ii utooW. llawUli , f0e them on important business. i, , ., The alarm of firo on Sabbath . ...i.. ..v.nsioned by a bed taking fire in . ..:i .i: O.r street near Spmeo. llefure th arrival of tho engines on tbc ground the fire was extingubheJ. c . WrTKACT Hucilf will euro lb . L..-..f Vidncv disease, eratel aud disor Jers .ti.Ing from drsslpation and excess. Try itt -Ml do you good. A Urge for only O.N L DOLLAR. PoM by apothecaries, and hwin X Pendleton, atwl Dcmovllle 3c Co. .asnvjne. ap21 Jiwlm S E ' SMITH A Co- No. 27 North Cherry street, hart on hand a full assortment of the very best Si) Qro low as any In the city, flive them a call-" . . . , All roods delivered free of charge. ftP20-lf - Pbivatk Mnntui. Aucs.-Bcd Dr. bit Ucrt acrti.ement In another column. U-Cm THE corral Frauds. Trial of iHlinnt IfcndorNon RmuiuoI. The Court met pursuant to adjournment, Ocn. Oillem presidini;. Minutes of the prccwlinif meeting were read and adopted. Col. Cajlc, counsel for tho lfeiie, asked that Mr. C. D. Smith bo admitted as assistant counsel for the accusod, which waa granted. Deposition as to the truth and veracity of Mc Kay Hoje. taken at Wheeling, in the State of Wofct Virginia taken since last adjournment was hero introduced by tho counsel for tho de fense. The majority of the depositions were to the ef fect that they would not believe Hoee on oath that his character, as to truth and honesty, was most infamous, none of them believing that he would swear the truth if interested. The major ity of these depositions were of tho best citizen; in Wheeling. There were about forty depositions In all. There being no objections by the Court, they wero all entered as evidence in favor of the de fense. Depositions aitn the honesty of Hose were also Introduced, but were objected to by the Judge Advocate that depo'itions as to truth and verac ity could alone be acepted. Col. Coyle replied that he. wished to show.to the court that McKay Hose had not only been a no torious liar all his life, but also n notorious thief, and that it would seem to bo only for the court to decide as to whether ifwould bolieve Hoge or not, since if he would steal at home, ho would certainly do tho same thing abroad: and that honesty and veracity wero so closely blended that one should he received a3 evidenco as well as the other. The court was cleared and the objection over ruled. One witness testified that Huge sUiIehiiguu in open daylight. Another testified that he stole two pairs of boots from liiui. The counsel here announced that the defense was closed, when the Judge Advocate rcmarkod that he wished to enter rebutting testimony, and a.-kcd for adjournment until to-tlay at 10 A- M., to prepare such testimony, which was granted. oriHt:v JJaJ'TIHt Convkstiox IIkpoet of thk jMiUKKiX Mitsslou J)i 1 1 un From the Hev. James li. Taylor's report of the operatjups of the Foreign Mifcsien Iiourd, which wc find in tho sec ond days proceeding from which wc make the following synopsis : l llirill!T IL lanro nortlon of the last three years we have been cutoff from all communication with our Missionaries. In the experience of many iiainful changes, our brctiiren in ininaanu Airica lave nobly toiled on In their work. Ciijwa Cantos Mission. At thu timo of our ...I inuiri iKij Mission was under the care of brethren tir.iyps and Schilling. Iloth of these have been deaply nfiljcted jn tho death of their wives. The former of these, j npff our one Mis sionary in tho midst of surrounding miilicnj, lire. .Schilling having returned to this country. The Mission contains throe stations, and two organiicd churches. Since the last meeting of the Convention, twenty-eight hnvo been baptized, making a total of ninety-one members. Connec ted with the Mission, aro nine native preachers, and two bib'0 women, who read and distribute the Scripture, Tract distributed 10.715. Scrip tures 70'.!. Dr. flrayed, (jesplo his heavy labors as Spreiiclier, lias minisierou qujiuj fuo last year, more er less, to 4,40) deceased persons ui one di- leiisary, anil to l-VJ ui anoiuer. xu one oi uu etters lieeajs: T bei the hrcthrcn in America to sustain me. hu their means and by their prayers. Favorable ....I I....... ft. rrrtttinT ihintriS' Smanruai MihsIon Urethren HartwulJ ai;d Crawforilwith their wives and Mrs. Holmes havp alternately labored here, whilo llrother Vatos and his wile, harp been tcniporarjlr absejitin bifizer land superintending the pilucatjon of tljpir oply laughter. Tlioso Jlissionaries navo niamiy .hp- porteil tneinseivcsnnuino iujssiuu, uy uiuir. uwii excrtlous, without intennitting their labors in the gospel. They have nobly relinquished all uliiim upon tlie Jioaru, liius avoiuiiig a uiui wumu urn; had been authorized to make. Shanghai is about KKI0 miles North of Canton, and contains l.WW.OUO of peoidc. An inlciesling chureh has been col lected here, with several native preachers and colporteurs. More Missionaries are needed. Tl'Nfl UHAU .MISSIOS. lllisporiiou, uuui.iiu hundred miles nbovu Shanghai, in the great pro vince of Shan-Tung, is in nn exceedingly interest ing state. The Missionaries, Hev. Messrs. Hart wcll and Crawford with their wives and Mrs. Holmes, will bo permanently located here. Tho churcfialsuuJy gathered, hastwenty-thrconativo members, with one natjveiircachcr. Six thousand religious books navepeenuinriouieu. a uu mem bers of tbc Mission aro greatly encouraged, VoiiUBA .YlISSI'iJJ. ArKICA. ine war viuiuuu or no aoatemeniconiiiiucu lor ic iwihu Yoruba country, aud seriously inicnereu wim uur Missionary work, but we havo now the encour aging assuranpp thatUi about to close. LAiiOfi. At the tljnS of our lust report, this .sta tion was under the carp of Hrp. Joseph M. Har den, who temporarily was sutfaimng himself and his family by his own labor. Hut wo have now to mourn bis death, which occurred oil tho 15th of May. 1SX5I. , , AWOUTA. ill's station mis ueoii unit tus- tained by Hp). Phillips, during me pasc uvo notwltlistiiuilinu" lP eiuuarrasfiiiBcireuiii- stances by which he bus bo'c'u surrounded, a::. .. . , .!. My congregntion is goou inoro uu uu i will seat. 1 have this year reclaimed a few, and excluded a few, and have now four candidates for baptism. We have averypowcrlul influence over our people. 1 never expect to vis.t my own county pjrain, unless there is pence, and then how sad it will lie. Jn the event of pcaoe, I shall hoi.otagoiiQuiB.- U!tl! ,, Tliescliooi oi uro. i-iijipi.-s, wiiui ....A-.iinUri heen reiluceu. ten ot the older ones having been placed in positions whero they are uselully employed, auu suppon nieui- ''amvah'. Tliis station has been under tho caro of llro. llicl, until the soring of 186M, whon his failing hcaltlicqnipcll(i nun loicajo. Ho remained awhile laboring in Abpokuta, but is now in this country. Hiscircumstnnoes during . i i V- 1..: .'. r.n.i 1 1 i. rt r anihnrrns.ini- me war in i'iu v Si" i-e Ii I i ,1 , and it yas aiiueum oi ins nie, mi iiasseil between coiiiuniiuig nosis uuw" lu ''u Kuta. . . , , , . .. Wo had not heard oi mm, nor nan jiro, i-uiuum ...1 InCnnntlnn (Vain bllll. for lllllrO tll.Ul two years, focoiuliletely wan ho cut off, by tho de structive wars of his country. In his letter no says: r .no. I,, ili in 1 fin a mv novt until the. war was over, but necessity seemed to demand it. I was destitute of almost everything; toy clothing was worn out. and I had no food but native, and that not good, because of the scarcity orcowncs to buy "Many times fur several days I havo lived on one uent's worth of food per day. Sometimes for Jive or ten days, I did pot taste meat of any. kind ; ... -...a iimi. I n'ns twantv-sevcn months without Feeing tho laec of a white perspij. AkmicavCoast Mis.sio.vh. r-or the last three ... I-.,,.-r Hi., ntntinns on the coast, eighteen or twenty ill iiunibpr, have been thrown upon their own resources, with the hope o rcmuung oiirnpproialatlons when tho war olosod. These missions in many repecU have brcn pro ductlvo of happy resulU. This is especially true when the comparatively llinucii cxpeuiinorui. mo couidered. .More than one thousand converts have been baptized by our missionaries sinco our work on the eo:it was cumuicuccd. fchall wo not still cultivate this field? CoKKKCTinv. A paragraph exlractcd from tho Savannah Jlriiulliran, containing a gross mid un warranted reflection on tho official integrity ol J. F. 1'ci.rl. I!q.. late Superintendent oi l'ublie Schools in this rjjy, appeared i) onr local cqumn on Sunday uiorniug. jt was inserted by ipadverr tciicc of ouo of the ctnploycca of tho ollicc, and is a matter if regret to the proprietors, who, in cor rection, freely stato that there Is no foundation for any such charge againkt Mr. Pearl, and that they hao never befure heard ot giivli an impu tatlnn. . SuiciDK. Tho Uobertson (Sliriugflold) lleginter shvs that .Mrs. .Mincy Vj. iiniwcu, nnu m . .. . r. .if , 11 if., -.r Al. Aimer Hidwcll. of Cheatham county, ot tnis Sin in. eoir.inittDd sun-iile by drowning licicu inar her father's. Mr. Moses A. fountain, on tt:e morning of tho 17th inst. She was on a viit to her father, (who was sick at tho time) and in ap paient good health and spirits. No causo i t-W.mi fur tho nub act. She had been married ka . two or thiee months. r-nitviT t-.u'HT. The jury in tho caso of Wiles, charged with murder, nqt anrt&iRg- wcrp disniiwcl ester.ay. and Wilos recogiize.l in the Sinn of lor ins appearance ui me ni gtteuu. Tim case of Moran. charged with slealiiu horse i still under consideration; tho trial will probably teruiinate to-tlay. 1)11 Mill LTV 1EAU TUB Pl-MTISTIAUV. SOUIO boys, white and blaok. got into a regular fight near the Penitentiary, on Sabbath evening last. It amiears that the engagement was preiucilitatcd A man by the namo of tlaffcnucy. in endeavoring to ouell the di'turb.iuce. wa attacked by the boys andseveicly injured- Thl Susi-KXtsioN Hbiihii.. Wo have positixo uuraiice that this bridge w ill open to tho public thiieiuuinir at 3 o'clock, at whioli timo a test will I,., inn.le of its eaimeity. The public arc initcd to attcud the trial to which the bridge is to-bo submitted, at the hour above indicated. Apoiucst. On Sabbath evening a couple of gentlemen were riding in a buggy on College street, when the horse took fright and dashed the burxv acainst a curb stone, near tho Louisville depot. The vehUlc was dashed to pieces while its occupants escaped uninjured. TllDumy an' MrKDliB Cask, t'apt. Cav itt, with several witnesses. left th)s aty this morning for Howlinr (Jrccn. to testify in the trial of the negro who killed Mr. Patrick Donlvan near that point soaio few weeks since. A lUiioil.v. Any person wishing to buy r. good Family (Irocery. located on Cherry street, between Church and Union, with complete fixtures and a fine trade, can get a bargain by npplying for par ticulars to J. O.Orlffith. at the Lxtojf and Ameri can office. wy24-lw Posts. Plats of Rkai. Estath. Dodoem. rtc. executed In the best stjle of the art at the Ustos asb AvERtCAX Job Printing Omee XOTICE. t LL PKRS0NS HAVING CLAIMS AGAIN ST J. tb Penitentiary, Slate of Tennessee, will please present thetn to the Dlrctor. either at the office of the City Hotel or at the Penitentiary. W 0XftTlT 1? 11 1 1.V A.H. SHANKLAN0. V. MILLS. roay2d-6t Director! of tho Penitentiary. iportUl)HS navosiippeu uy wniio i iiiitt ura waiting for the war to close in America, lhous uuds are her.o liortshlng for the bread of life. I bless (iol for what 1 have already seen in China, r t i . idfiTiM .iiiiiS.i-iiaiTiWiaiTSi.l'C 3I0NETARI AND COMERJllA!.. OrflCK OF THK U.NIOS AND AVKKICAK.l Tt;r8DAT. May 2. 1806. MosktaHY. Gold was lower in New York yesterday, having opened at VSiY& wai!37K ai 11; and l.iint-liu, wnicn is me iatesio.uoiaiwn re ceived. Government securities aro quutcd as fullowi: 102: second and third tcrics 102 102; certificates. Hank of Tennessee is decidedly weak. Some brokers aro paying 30. while others aro offering only 25 cents. Planters' Hank continues dull at GO buying, and 02 selling. Union Bank Is dull at 70&72. Southern money is generally dull and unsale able. Only a few of tho banks sell readily.t Of the New York money market, tho Commer cial, of last Saturday, says: Tin. market is decidedly more buoyant under the improved condition of affairs in London. Mnnpv is easier, nnnlientions for loans bcini: less urgent, and tho banks in a somewhat better con dition for lending during the week, have received a preference over discount. It is not improbable, however, that next week the banks will conccivo it to be their best policy to discount paper at cur-, rent rates, in preference to sending on demand, as hv Hist course thev would insure (AVil Weent. for a period of two to four months. The"result to borrowers on stocks would be to keep the rates on call firm, but only temporarily, as it is tho pol icy of the Treasury to disburse a freely as cir cumstances will permit. During the week, $6,225. 302 of tho tcmpotary loans have been withdrawn from tho Sub-Treasury for payment. About $1,000,000 compound notes have been redeemed during the week at the Sub-Treasury. A consid erable amount of one year certificates of indebt edness have been presented by the banks in liqui- lation of checks drawn on account oi gold oy me Treasury. Cotios. The market on yesterday was very dull and prices drooping, owing to unfavorable advices from New York. The few bales that were sold went at 32c for a good article. The market is unsettled and both holders and buyers aro dis posed to await further devclopcmcnts. New Or leans dispatches of Saturday state that "notwith standing rei)rts from Europe, cotton remains very firm." GeoCkbies The grocery- market was extremely dull yesterday, owing to various causes apparent to every carcf j! observer. The supply of flour on the market ii limited, and the demand is firm with an upward tendency in prices. The stock of bacen is very large, demand limited, and transac tions light. Coffee and sugar, sympathizing with gold, havp lub'anocd slightly. There is an ample stock of nioIa(.s and syrups on hand, wHh hut little doing. Salt is plentiful and sales improving, White corn is in active demand ar.dnone on hand, while yellow is plentiful with littlo roquest. Meal is in fine demand, and hut a scanty supply on hand Potatoes arc abundant, and are disposed of at great sacrifices. Fish is in liberal request, and slight supply on tho market. For prices in detail we reproduce our formcr.quotations: Ciffke-IUo -rim25U29e; Laguira-plb2530c; Java't lb40(Si47c. CoRiufi'-lJanila f P 2830c; Bed Cords 't1 dozen $2 2:V3l3 50. :ottiik Yakns. 700 "B dozen 24c: COO "i dozen 2Cc; 500? dozen 28e: 400 Y dozen 30c. Bacon. Clear sides ? lb 19l'Jc; Shoulders ? lb 153lGc: Hams, plain 2l22c. Baocinu aku Kopk Hemp yard3Sc; llopo't yard 32c. . jikkswix i enow r-1" -oc: wounnon rm-t. Cinpi.ks Star light weight HKaiOe; summer mild, KK17c; Parafine, 3Sffl45e. CatinqS. Coiamon B t) 7Hci wasqn boxes B Moi-.issks. sugar iiouc ?i i.-xsi jd; i-ono IUco75c$l 10; NewOrlcans$l 201 40; Cuba NAH.s.-Tcn d's B keg 3 10S 25. Ilini-u Creen.fic: (Irccn Calf. 10c: (irecn salt ed. SrVJ'c; Salted Calf, l.VSlGc; Flint, 1-3 11 i'AINTS. ivinte l,caa. in on, r acg, j. iw-o; Kirrn'i Millpt. 1 1 ii n car! an crass. &l 50. SvnrVa. Baltimore. "1? gal IKKsJl 10: Uoldon, $1 40, Snvj'.Turp'n har.V lb O&llj laucy, "r box, t'KOVlsiOKi'.'-uuucr. ivjn naru.e-iii ra, bid j:t SO: Potatoes. bbl ak I'lggs. 't doi II 1I,U1. . 1I avr f nillit . 12. , ' " " ml.. Clial... tl IIVWJ m IlKAU liar, P ll, 1VIV. aiiui i" una, wj w. T.i-iTiirnnV Sole, v lb. 40tftri0c: Hemlock. KViti.".: French Calf. "r1dnz..$.50i)0; FrenchKip. 6Xa,'.lO; American Calf. $3CjX); Upper Calf, $30 Harness, t f, upw-ijc ; OKinuiK t-iv.w. (lit-iix Corn, sacks included, V0$1 00; Oats, clean. 55c. , (iUKKV JJaos I'A nu. eacn, oiu, sc: ncw, (lr.vpnwi.Kii-Hifle.'ikog.$10 6011 60; Hlast- '"fiHU-Mackerel No. 1. -toK321; do.No.2, 19S20; do.No.3,1717K: half bills. 1BO10 50; Hts, 3 3 SO " Fmicr Superfine j.er bbl, 0 2950; familytl 12 50; fancy, 13 50S&14. . '- . ltAV tjaled onwuari v iqn, uo. in ioie, 22 502:t. Snw Peimor "r1 lb 3Sc: do. cround "B dozen. 40cl Vh Allspice' tt) 33c; do. ground V doz 50c; ninvM K Ki JOe- do. irronnd V, doz fiOe: Ginger V 11. 30c; do. ground 9 doz 40c; Nutmegs V )151KS1 80; J.iyuous Jfouroon tv nisuy p ganon m ou-, Itobertson county, 2 75a5; Common, 2 2oCai2 60; Larii In tierce. 2122e; keg, tflo. Dispatches from Atlanta, Ga., quoto that mar ket exceedingly activo in corn. Hour, bacon and l.ird. Stocks of cash light. Corn is selling readily nt$l 45. Flour $10 1517. Bacon, shoulders 21c; lidcs 23e: hams 2o20c; sugar-cured 2Sc. Lard 2o. StqckswJJ not Jaat two weeks. Small ad ditional stock expected. Sew York ainrltct, By Telegraph. N:w York. May 28. Flour Dull: Stato .7 30 S SO; Ohio$9 404; Southern $10 801C 75. Wheat-Dull. Coux Dpclitjcd I3 cen'1- Provisions Beef steady. Perk buoyant at $30 7530 75J. WmsKy Dull. Cotton Declining tendency; sales 2,000 bales at 4012ccnts. - Louisville -Market. By Telegraph. J LofliViLLK, May 28. Toracco Leaf, all grades advanced. FL(iUR-Superfinc.$8 00; extra. $9 2a; family. $11 75. Provisions Pork, 531 : bacon shoulders U'A ; plear slies 0; snifiir-curcd hams, 2: L tun 23c, Corn-t70c, Oats 17c, W u i a K y 21. Cliicliimitl MitrUt-f. By Tclograph. Cincis.viti. May 2S. Flour Uuchanged and quiet; superfino $0 50fil0; extra $10 05&11 25; f,..uilv Jll 50al2 25. WiiKtT Bather dull, but good demand lor lower grades. Cons Higher at 002)70. Oats Firm at 50c. Pimvisioss-Pork $31 MW32. Sales 1.S00 l.bls .. i . r.. t, nr porK, including rjA) "HIS on ap ph,c ! mv m; leans. Hulk numts 12:1.). acan. jim-ii. L wi Activei sales 110 ticrcos at J2o. Cotton Juict at 373'J for middling. Hi. I.otlN -Mnrkct. By Telegraph.) St. Louis.May 2S. Cotton Heavy. Flour ani Wheat Inactive and unchunged. Cobs Favors buyers at CWi07c. riiTj stnitilv nt 41V!l5o. Provisions Pork uuchanged; bacon, shoulders 14 clear sides lO'-Jc WmaKY-Quiet at $2 20. Liitcst Fort'liru Advices r..in . i Tli., i.uttnn miLrlfet l.ITKKl'tnJL, w, - ; Im. been .teadv with fair trade demand. Price of American and long stapled cotton are rather in , i.l. ..11a. mlil.llmf itnlnml nnntpil nt la at ivor in uiu iV.." i.. .,T lH.llt.fiic. Miles oi .uouua. anu i ed ; to about 1SI1.UIW naies, mciuuing o.-w ii.r a irtcrs and spscubitors. Trade at SlHtichestcr I . 1 nllmiln-l .not liriltofl ! r l fr.n- p-t yes Csicruay yfiv on u iipuYv""j -:.T,ff rally uciow mu uti . nisincis was transaetetl in breadstnffs. ...I r. t-1 nn.linilM Kn4itil tfl Rtlh- lue llliancuii i'i y - - - . . c. .Many ilimcullics arc yei unuciiuui-u, uui if uvn tlie enects win oo icnuiKuuau.iiu.il f r 1 n...l..n ciuin.Hini nrii Hnrnleil- 1 iiirmer paun-i. uii , improveil. discount demand at the Hank ot ngland continues cxtrenrely largo at nominal in. there is also an neiivojpi-ciciir iiwiui"i .nu U..f vn .l.ll.:nnl Liinoiiiiimi nt l.ivcr- oniiiicni, tifl4ii'iNi -M-,--M--ti- '"lUchard'on. Spcnoo Co.. Bruoc X MoAuliff and .. . . n ... A..tn. Knt dimwit. Uhp.at in steady demand at full rates: winter red 10s 3d lis til. Indian corn firm and In good demand at SO-waOs IIil per 4"u pounus ior muni. Provision" Bey lord .v. Athica and others report licet anil pora qiiici nun iiimiiuuu) uikiiiik Bacon rather easier. Lard steady at i0s for Amer In London markets wheat was firm at last week's prices. Flourin good request at laterates. Pernio Bros., of Liverpool have suspended. Li abilities heavy, but assets considerably in excess thereof. Other suspensions reported. I. lil . t..i? Pfti.nn .lull with little in- irv and Prices weak. The sales of tho last two qui il ay! , . ls nm bales, of whick speculators and noorters took 5.000. Hreadstuffs ;lenty. Pro liimi inactive except lard, which is firm; sales ev lsi at 7071s. I ,oxiKx.May 17.-Consols SCKf 8i for money. v III linois""Central shares i6K77 Exchange in London 252li. . . , Receipt of coffee daring the last fortnight 50,000 bags. Stock. 10.0(0 bats. HlVr.U SE1V8. The river ii rising slowly with three feet full on tho shoals. Arrivals Tvront, Cairo; Trcfc, Cairo Valentine. Louisville; .Imcn'cu, St. Louis. DgPASTURg 7Vronc. Cairo. Tho steamer Airnt, Captain Golding, was de tained yesterday, but will positively leave for Cairo and St Louis this evening at 1 o clock. H II. Harrison A Son, Agents. Tho Ttnnenee arrived from Cairo, on Sunday, with a large cargo of corn The Jmjxrial, from St. Lous, is advertised to leave on her return trip this evening. The Paltitinr. for Louisville, Is advertised by her agents, Corbett Jt Boyd, to leave for Louis ville and Cincinnati, this evening at 4 o clock, Filters and Water Coolers, JUST RECEIVED, and for .ale by nn WM. LYOK & CO.. mayl&-dlw No. 45 South Market st. Orm fireeH.VH' Spanish Brown. 1012V4c; Orm Vcllow, 40ci Vonetian Bed, VMXx Fine white, in oil, $4 50aG; Bed Lead, 3 Lampblack, 2. SAI.T.-P'er7 bu l.bl.. $1 lis. BY TELEGRAPH THE DlarAIGOES OF THK ASSOCIATED PRESS MIDNIGHT DISPATCHES. COXGKESSIOXAJ- Wasiuxotdn-, May 23. Senate. The House re solution was adopted, directing the Secretary of Treasury to icport the amount of gold sold since the 1st insL, at What rates, and tho agents em ployed therefor. Mr. AVilliams submitted a prcamblcand resolu tions requesting information from the President whether any employee of the Government in the Southern States has offered public honors to dead or living Confederates. Mr. Nicholson objected, and the resolution was laid over. Mr. Stevens introduced a bill declaring that tho States lately in rebellion have forfeited their rights under the Constitution, and can bo rein stated in the same only through the action ot Congress. It provides that they may form valid govern ment9, tho present oncsbeingcontiriuedforntuni-- cipal purposes until they shall to duly altered and their executive,' and legislative departments reorganized. Constitutions are to be formed by conventions and'submitted to the people, a ma jority of whom in a 13 tale is necessary for ratifica tion. All males from above twenty-one. years or age are to bo allawcd to voto. No Constitution is to bo prcsentcd.for 'Congressional -sanction which denies ciyil. rights, to any i;brson.;; The bill .was committed to the Committee of the Whole on tho State of the Union. Mr. Whalcy offered a resolution directing tho committee on Printing to report a bill limiting the hours of labor of tho smployeos in tho,Gor ernment Printing offices to eight hours per day;' rejected. Mr, Lynch, from tho committee on Banking and Currency, reported adversely; exempting Currency, State Banks, outsanding, on the first of July from lax, oflO per cent. Imposed by law; laid on tho table. During the debate Saturday. Mr. Thad. Stevens referred (o a recent and apostate Senator, under stood to mean Mr. Doolittle, of Wisconsin.. FKOJl WASHIXGTOV. Washington, May 28. A. caucus on the recon struction report was in session to-day, but tho proceedings wero sooret. Tley wlU not consent to tho section disfranchising the South until 1870. This is bolloved to bo the occasion of Thad. Ste vens introducing another reconstruction bill in tho House to-day. A general court martial, with Gen. Augur as President, was convened to-day to try Lieut. Col. Paulding for depositing Government funds in the Merchants' National Bank. It Is stated that Mr. Davis' counsel will de mand liis immediate trial, and if the Government asks a postponement, which is possible, that they will demand his rplcaao pn hall. wVicl the are ready to give to the amount of $10,000,000. St. Lotus. Mav 2S. The Steamer Lcndora bound to Fort Benton, burned below Yancton city upper Mo., four days sinco. Losses aro esti mated at S25.000. and wils insured for S15.000. The FKrso was valuable, hut principally covered by Insurance. l'rt-Mbytereiiu General Assembly. The anneal and complaint of Bobt. J. Breck- enridgo and others against the Kentucky Synod, was brought beforo the General Assembly to-day, but littlo progress was made. An effort was mado to couple tho complaint of McMullen against tho same Synod. It was finally determined that Hreelronridffo and associates wero the complain- crs. Brcckenridgo mado a strong speech against the Presbytry and slgnors. Xcw York Ilnnk .Statements! rue Her bs' ItaccH. Nkw York. Mar 23.-New York bank state ments shows a decrease of deposits of eight and a half million?. The interest of Spofford. Libston Jt Co., in the Havana steam ships, the Brazil steamers, and the Savannah nnd Eminro line,, have passed un der tho control of Messrs. Garrison .t Allen, of this city. The Derby was won by Lord Lyons, brother ot St. Albans 24 horses Martcd. Providence. B. I., advices, stato the salo of printing cloths during tho week, at 345,000 pieces. at an advaneo of 2 and 3c. per yard. from Mexico, Sav Francisco. May 27. Thp Mexican Consul received an official dispatch dated May 10. Tlie Liberals attacked tho garrison atllcnnansvillo on the 4th, and after a bloody struggle captured and nillncpil the town. Imperial reinforcements sub sequently arrived, killed 200 Liberals, and drove itie remainder awav. A number of Americans who refused to givo tho Liberals forty thousand dollars, were cruelly raurderod. Tho Imperialists deieat ml tha Liberals at Sengolva. killing 180. Several wealthy fmi!ios arrived here, flying from Liberal rule. Further l'nrticulni-M of thn Outrage. rbo nublished accounts doclaro that in the at tack on Hcrmanvillo the Liberals murdered fif....niI.f fnro!irner mill fiflv citilCnS wllO aSSlS- tcd in defending tho town. Letters corroberato i tho htatopicnt of tho forced contribution exacted hy the Liberals, and say, further, that tho town was pillaged and women violated. ilrent Kxcltcmcnt In Sonorn. Tho nanulantion of Sorora aro rising to avengo tho wrongs perpetrated by tho Liberals. fSSa Tornado In I'eiuiNylviuilu, Puii.Apei.rniA, May 29. A terrific tornado swept over Honsdalc, Pennsylvania, Inst ovcnlng. The groat hrldgo spanning Lackawanig, at Sixth street, was lifted from its foundations and fell into the river, a mass of ruins. A largo number of barns, out-houses, &c, were destroyp d. No lives lost, as far as heard. The course of the tornado was west by cast, thence south, and finally to wards the north. CoiiNiiltniloii with 3lr. DnvN by IIIh Monroe. May 2$. Charles O'Connor find Gcorgo Shea, counsel for Mr, Paris, left far New York this ovcnina. 1 hoy wero in consuita intlnn with Mr. Davis most ofyestorday. They say they found him In bettor health than they an ticipated, and though worn out by long conUnc ment, ho is in possession of the keenest faculties, and is alive to tho important issues involved in the trial. They said they only obtained permission to visit him after many lutilo attempts during tho past year. m THESE PENS (EXCEPTING NO. 1.) ABE J trom One to IWO SIZCS larger limn mu rann- ll ,,inlinr ,f other manufacturers, and arc warrantod to be 14 carat fino. Gild PenDep i s c b a m , tZ -Jl Z B JS1 sS e -s ,s! 5 -2- oS- S s 5 st is c-g-s 1 .-o SC WJ JS a a c oca l" v ft. W4I v . v j ?H ?l w 1 i No. ll $1 00 $1 75 $2 00 $2 00 $ No. 2 1 2T. 2 00 2 25 2 50 3 50 0 50 No. 3 1 50 2 60 2 7S S 50 3 00 4 50 8 00 Xo. 4, 2 00 3 00! 3 25 4 00 3 50 5 00 10 00 No. 5 2 50 3 50, 3 75 4 50 4 50 No. fi1 3 00 4 00 4 25 . No. 7' 3 50 5 001 5 50 1 Tl - I ! . Ml nlan.n ,1.1. Ill .1.1 ntllt 1 fr?0S HIUVl IHIi IH l'-- .v stylcdesircd. whether hard or soft, fine or coarse. audit tae pen suonni iau 10 picasc or iimio uc fectivc. will have the privilege of exchanging It. Sent bv mail at our risk, when 20 cents is added for registry. Write your name and address plain ly, and incluso return postage. Having enlarged their business they will aln keep on hand a largo nnd superior stock of WATCH IiS, JF.Wl'.I.KY, of all kinds, NI'KCTACI.KS POCKET UNITES. Etc. Watches and Jewelry Carefully repaired. Grateful for the patronage we have received for a number of years, we trust, by attention to busi ness, to merit a continuance. E. L. TAKBOX & BRO., -in Union'strec't. second door from Cbo ly maylO t rr ...Tt.iv. n.U BfRSKTT. 107 7ro.uiic.iy. ..... - '57 Ait Imirth Bartley & Burnett, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, CIXCIXXATI, OHIO, OFFICE. 29 WEST THIRD STREET. may22-3ra . . . s rHlDBOL'KXE. T. CHILttl. CHADBOURNE & CO., DEALKU IN' IsUMBEK, IsATn. and Shingles, Corner of Demnmbraneand High streets. Post Office Box 10. spl9-to MiiTjlIe,Tcw, aeba AMUSEMENTS. GEAND PLEASURE EXCURSION TO CHA.TTAXOOGA AND Looloiit Mo ii la tain, COMMENCING MONDAY. JUNE 4TH. lSGfi, J and continuing through the week. Tickets only EIGHT DOLLARS for tho round trip good on any passenger train from June -1th to 0th inclusive. To enable all to participate in this grand Look out Mountain Lxcursion, tickets will be sold tho first three days, June 1th, 5th, and Cth at half fare rates from all points north of.'Decherd.smnkinir only EIGHT DOLLARS from Nashville to Chat tanooga and return. No better opportunity can be afforded pleasure seekers to visit Lookout Mountain, Lula Fall', the battlefields of Mission Ridge and Chieka inauga, and other historic places in that vicinity. Connecting railroads and steamboat companies, between Nashville and Cincinnati, havo joined in this enterprise. Xo pains will be spared by cither company oa the way or at Chattanooga that can in the least add to the comfort or plcasuro of the excursionists. Tickets can bo procured at tbo ticket office. at the Nashville t; Chattanooga Depot and H." O. Jackson's ticket ofliec, opposite St. Cloud Hotel. W. P. INNES. Gcn'l Supt. N. A- C. and N. & N. W. R. R. may20-till junefl GRAND TOURNAMENT AND BARBACUE, FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE TENNESSEE . 'ORPHAN ASYLUM ll ' ' At the Fair Ground, Clarksville, Tennessee. HAY Slut, 1S001 Genu, "Torrent, Drown, Williams mitt Duko oxpoctcsl and Invited to officiate. H.VlUI.VG'Ur- TO UF. lnElAItED ox THK GROUNDS. HORN'S Famous Silver Band engaged for the Occasion. SEVEN PRIZES to bo awarded to the successful Champions in the various exercises of the Lance, Spear, Sabre, and Feats of Horsemanship. LADIES' RING: Splendid Prize' to" tho taotf Graceful Equestrienne, KKUVriOXS, 1. That all Knights shall be eneatmne.' to be known or unknown, as each may prefer, but, in every case. to givo his name to the Herald. 2. Each Knight' to bo heralded in any namo or character he may be pleased to designate. 3. Tho.Knights' to enter the list, one at a time, and as each outers, the bugler to sound the ap proach, and tho Herald to announce his name, Ac. 1 hen all are in, shall form in line, nnd pass in review, in such a parade as tho Chief Marshal designates. ... . . . 'jt . . : ' V Fl'.ATS. 1. Tho Feats to begin with the- "riding at rings." Tho rings to be placed on hooks, and bo three inches in diameter, and ten in number lanec used to bo eight feet in longflt tho sjiced of the horse to be twenty seconds to tho round. Tho successful Knight to have awaMed him a Crown, which' which to crown a Queen' of 'Love and Beauty." 2. A ring for the mos.t elegant and graceful rid ing; (costume at the will of the rider.) Premium: A splendid Biding Whip. 3. A SERIES OF TILTING In this"'gontlo and joyous" amusement, tho Knight, desiring to enter tho samp, shall givo the challenge, by throw ing tbo gauntletj"2d, by challenging, through tho Herald, any designated Knight; 3d, by placing himself, or themselves, (in case the challenging party consent to more than one.) and challenging all "comers and goers." 4. SABRE EXERCISE. Each Knight will be provided with a fcabre, (cavalry, if possible,) with which, at thirty seconds to the round, he shall de capitate n manikin; 2d, cleave the head; 3d, take a suspended ring; 4th, picrco and take off a head from near tho ground. Premium: ASilverCup. 5. RING FOR BOYS Premium A fino Saddle. C. SECOND TOR RINGS Regulations nnd premium same as first the victor in the first ring to be excluded. 7. LADIES' RING.FOR GRACEFUL RIDING. In mask or not, at option of rider. Each lady to have an escort, or Knight attendant. Premium: A splendid Saddle. Bridle and .Martingale. S. JOCKEY RING. Premium : Silver Spurs. There will be othcrimpromptu lists, burlesques, Jfcc.. as may be suggested or concluded on by the committee. The premiums will be awarded as soon as won. The Crown, as soon as awarded, shall be-given to tho Knight victor, who shall ride around the ring, (the others drawn up in line,) until be selects his Queen of "Love and Beauty," when ho shall present it, on point of his lance, to tke "ladie lair," with or without words of compliment, as ho may deem proper, jind. .If accepted,' it shall bo placed upon her brow by himielf, or such per son ho may designate. GRAND 11R-UXIOX AND FESTIVAL, ' ' l'AT NIGHT, '" ' At Clarksville Female Academy Buildings under the supervision of Committee of Managers. -Ct The whole to bo conducted under tho aus pices and patronage of tho Lady Managers of tho Tennessee Orphan Asylum. S Special Trains will run from Bowling Green. Nashville, und Cumberland City. Trains will run, once or twico every hour, from the Depot to the Fair Grounds. mayl3 Best Card of the Season 33 v o av nsvillo, OR EEFIEILI EXTEXIE1 ONE TO FIVE Y EABS CBEDIT. ON TUES day. May 29. 1806, at 11 o'clock a. it., on the premises, in Brownsville, wo will sell at public auction from 75 to 100 as beautiful building lots as were ever offered for salo in tho vicinity of Nashville. Tho lots aro near tho Gallatin Pike, and many front on the Porter Pike. Many of tho lots are finely timbered with beautiful forest trees. Soil of unsurpassed fertility. Tho neighborhood is well known to bo ono of tho best in tho Stato. No better opportunity will bo offered to secure, a cotnfortablo homo near tho city, yet freo from its heat, dust, nnd heavy corporation taxes, and best oi an, pay lor me lots irom mo prouucis oi a ncu Vegetable Garden. , , . TERMS 1, 2. 3, 4 and 6 years credit, with inter est from date, etc. Additional advantages will be given to building purchasers. A liberal discount will be m ml c to parlies paying an casn. Omnibusos and collation as usual. J. L. k R. W. BROWN. Agents. T. W. Barnes, Auctioneer. 38 Union St. may2l 5t BANK 0E COMMERCE, g, F, NOEIil,, President, fl, H. WESSEL. Cashier. rplIIS BANK IS OPENED AT AO. 51 COITiEGE STREET, nnd is prepared to received deposits and make collections on all tho cities. Buy nnd sell GOLD. SILVER, U. S. BONDS, and UNCljRRENT NOTES. Also, Exchange on all points. Bunk ol Com mcrco Notes redeemed in Greenbacks. Office hours from 8 a. ii. to 5 r. M. inaygi 3m T. NIXON YN'PVHK. -ittAciis, 'fcun. W. U. VAS I1YKK, Chattmuuigii, Trim. VANDYKE & VAN DYKE, ATTORNEYS AT I.AV. ATHENS. TENN. &. CHATTANOOGA, TENN. WILL PRACTICE IN THE VARIOUS V I Courts for the counties of Monroe, McMinn. Meigs, Hamilton, Marion, 1'iuk and llrauicy, anu Federal ami Supreme Courts at Knoxvillc. Ad dress T. NIXON VAN DYKE, Athens. Tcnn., W.D.VANDYKE, Chattanooga, Tcnn. Claims for collection promptly attended to. may22-iw Second Great Sale (IOCKHIIL KPRIXO! is: Boyd's Addition. AX TIIUILSOAY, MAY Zlsi. 1SC. AT 11 J o'clock, on the premises, we will sell about GO acre of the lioyd Land, on and near the Harding or Richland Pike, divided into lnU from 1 to 5 . : . i, .. -. Tl, i . . ... flnoi.. wm;?, iviuil iii,ui..', iudiuu mo n.iij uated for rcsidenocs and gardening the most of them convenient to locKnii spring, eioso 10 mo city and immediately on tho lino of tho contem plated Street Railroad. All persons disposed to buy good homes, or to make profitable inrcWmea arc requested to cxamino tho lots previous to sale. as toe owner oi inu iirupcti ia uuii-iiiuii'.-ii u. auiu TERMS 1.2.3, 4 and 5 years credit, with in terest, etc. Omnibuses and Collation as usual. ANDERSON, JOHNSON A SMITH. J. L. A- R. W. BROWN. Agents. mav25 td n Tournament and Barbacue CLA.lISVir4X.l ! ! Extra Train on Edgefield and Ken tucky .Railroad. OX MAY HINT A TRAIX WII.I. I.EAVK th T-itiiicvillit and Nashville DeDot at 6:30 A. if., arriving at the Clarksville Fair Grounds at 10 a. u. Iteturning, will leave me f air Urounus at 5:30 r. it., arriving at Naihvillo at 9:00 of the same ilav. Passengers on the extra train who stay over night, can return on tne early morning train June 1st. UUIU Jl. Ulir.AlUAJl, Gen'l Sap't Edgefield and Kentucky K. K, may25 td (city papers copy) JOHN OHLT, Practical Tailor, Has permanently located at XO. 12 XOItTiT CHERUY STREET. He hat jnit received from New York one of the finest STOCKS OF GOODS rer bronght to the city. feWS-tf. MISCELLANEOUS. GAR DOM & RICE, PLAIN" AND DECORATIVE PLASTERERS. I i . . ALL ORDERS LEFT AT BOX 23 POST OFFICE. OR Xo.iGTjSbulh Summer Sit-, WILL EE l'ltOMPTI.Y. ATTEXnEIJ TO. mayS 3m SOUTHERN MUSIC STORE, JAMES A. McCLURE, ' 3.1 ITXIOX STREET, ; ... s .1 . .1 1 . tti Music Publisher,,.. And sole Agent for th'c" salo"of thccciebrated iii '. .Jt .. 1 1 1 STEIN.W-AY PIANQf Also, Agent for A. H. Gale & Co.'s Calenbcrg, and Vaupel, and other first clans Pianos. Sheet Mush', Music Hooka, And Alusic lerchandUo generally; Toguther with Orgniis, irai'inoiiiuiiiM, aud MclodcoiiH, Can be purchased at Manufacturers' Prices. Catalogue of Prices furnished upon applioation Muiie mailed free of Postage. mayl 3m ; CIIAAGE OF SCIIEDlJIiE. Edgefield & Kentucky R. R. 2fasli ville C Clarksville Line. rpo TAKE EFFECT TUESDAY. .MAY 1,1800. Leaves Nashville at - 2:40 p. M. Arrives a. Nashville 10:30 A. M. Leaves Clarksville at 0 a.m. Arrives at Clarksville 7 v. M. apr2W . PITTS' SEPAllATOK WE ARE G K A L AGENTS For tho following, celebrated MACHINES, All of which wo aro offering at Whlocsale and retail at the lowest CASH PRICES. 1ITTS' PATENT, (Ucnnliie,) 1. G mill 8, HORSE TOWER SEPARATOR AND CLEAN ER, complete. EXCELSIOR, ENDLESS CHAIN Oil RAILROAD 1 AND S! HORSE POWER THRESHER AND SEPARATOR, complete. TWO AND rOUIt IIOKSE, COJI.1ION LEVER POWER. AND THRESHER, known as tho Ground-llo?. BUCKEYE REAPER AND MOH I'.It, with Sclf-Rake. BUCKEYE REAPER AND MOWER, with Dropping Attachment. BUCKEYE REAPER AND MOWER. Hand Rako. BUCKEYE MOWER, Large Siie. BUCKEYE MOWER, Small Site. COOK'S EVAPOKATOK, We havo a laree ftock of Cook's celebrated Evaporaters, (both iron and copper,) in store. Also, a full stock of the VICTOR CANE MILL. tall sites,) which has in repeated trials proven 1 ir -. 11 t.4 1 1? U 1 1 tlUlUl UICllUIWLIl'VtllVII Clipper 'Wastilng Mueliine. Wk arc manufiicturincr this celebrated Washer inlareo quantics, and beliovo it to bo superior to, all oincrs, ! is lue oniy macuincrj muitHiu uu nn entire waliin(r without any hand rubbing. It is cheap, easily cleaned, and docs not get out of order. CASH PRICE, winger attach 830. Tn iiilditinn to imnlements named, wo keen a full stock of Grain Fans, Corn Shellcr?, Cutting Boxes, Plows, Harrows, Drag baws, Cotton dins. Pumps, Horse Rakes, Ac, Ac. We arc also, heavy dealers in LIME. CEMENT, PLANTER. WHITE SAM), GUANO, Ac, AO. at- Send for Descriptive Price Catalosuo. PITKIN, WIARD A CO., mayll 3m Louisville. Ky. EXTENSIVE SAT.E COTTON MACIIUNEltY. riUIK OUANITEVILLE MANUFACTURING X COMPANY having determined to change their style of Goods and make FINE CLOTHS, oiler, and will sell at Auction, at Gtanltovillc, on FRIDAY, 1ST OF JUXE, Their entire Machinery of Nino Thousand Ono Hundred and Twenty Spindles anu prepara tion, all in good order, and now running on Sheet ings, Shirtings and Drills, of number fourteen Yarn consist of One Mason's WILLOW. Two Whiting's PICKERS. Two English Urcaker PICKERS, talker A ITni.lrinE. MniirhfMtpr. Kneland. Three English Finisher PICKERS. Walker 3c Hacking, Manchester, England. Fifty-four Mason' IIRKAKKR CARDS, Sixty-six " FINISHER " Six ilaaon's RAILWAY HEADS Four" DRAWING FRAMES. Fourteen Hill's GEARED SPEEDERS, forty Spindles each, One CARD GRINDER. Forty-three Mason's WarpRingTravclcrSPIN vrvn toames I'll Knimlle each. Thirty-three Alason's FillingRine Traveler SPINNING FRAMES. 120fcplndles each Six Mason's SPOOLERS, 4S Spindles each. Eight " WARPERS, drop wiro, Two hundred and thirty -six Mason's yard-wide Sneeder 'fiOURINS. Spinning .B0BIIINS and Warping SPOOLS, REEDS, HAH S1.NS .! A-i Parties wishing to purchase had better come and examine whilo the Machinery isrunnlng. The Machinery will beboxed and delivered at Hie touin Carolina ivniiruau Aejufc uj mw w. pany. TIIItMS, CASH. . 1 WILLIAM GREGG, Prosldent Granltoville Manfacturing Company, GRANITKVH.I.T-, S a tmay5-2tawtjune. J H. WARNER & CO., DEALERS IN HARDWARE, CUTIjERY, &c. AGENTS FOR BALL'S Celebrated Reapers and Mowers. One prill Two Hcrse Railway Powers and Threshers. ... 1 Tho nnd Four Horse Lever Power and Thresher. NTAFFORD'S iulky Cotton and Corn Culti vator. SUGAR MILLS, AND EVAPORATORS. FARM MILLS. AC. Xo. 2 Public Square. J. II. WARNER i CO. may IS Itn . A Rare Business Chance ! COUNTY AND STATE, RIGHTS OF A Patent Covering. Wibe taP! mode of containing tJj KnoxTille.Tennesiee, P. 0. Box KM. naylS d2w DRUGS & MEDICINES DEMQV1LLE & CO., Cor. Clturcli aiml Cherry Ss NASHVILLE. TENN.. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DK4LER9 IN DRUGS, '1EDIXKS, I , 1 CHE.MICAI.S, PAINTS,, ... WINDOW OL.VSS .. j i i r . . . DYESTUFFS, PERFUMERY, FANCY "ARTICLES, TKUSSES, Etc. WE HAVE NOW ON' HAND A LARGE ,1 f and well selected stock of the abovo articles, suitable for the City "and Country-trade, which we offer on tho most reasonabio terms; Will Cud always a largo assortment of tho purest and most reliable Medicines. Also, Manufacturers of DkuotilIe'a celebrated HAIR TONIC AND RESTORATIVE. This preporation is ono of tho most effiencious remedies now in use for restoring hair to its ori- ginal color, promoting its growth and for all diseases of tho scalp. may to NOTICE Tp 'FARMERS: WE HAVE ESTALISHED THE FOLLOWING Agencies in Middle and East Tennessee for tho sale of the BUCKEYE Reapers and Mowers, J. W. O'BANNON, Clarksville. Tennessee. RASCOE. MOORE C0..Gallatin. JAMES ANDREWS A- CO.. Columbia. JNO. D. FLANTT Jc CO.. Tulaski. LITTLE ,fc FRIERSON. Shclbyvillc. GILLESPIE. WATKINS Jc CO.. Chattanooea. PENDERGRASS 3c CO.. Cleveland. W. W. WOODRUFF, Knoxvillo. Tho above named nartics aro tho only author ized Agents for tho sale of the "Buckeye" in Mid dle and East Tcnncssoe. We can furnish, on application, the. names of farmers in nearly every county who heretofore used this Machine, and all who desire to havo tho BEST LABOR-SAVING and most reliablo MOWER are invited to call on us or oar Agents. HAMILTON A- CUNNINGHAM, No. IS College street, Nashville. maylff-tf ARTIFICIAL LEGS AND ARMS. TJIE SOUTHERN LEG AND ARM COMPANY Have established a branch office and Manu factory at No. IS South Mnrkcl St.,NnIivlll4,Tciiii THE improved Automatic Lcsr and Arm manu factured by this Company are unsurpassed by any in me worm. Our workmen aro practical Artificial Lcsrand Arm makers; threo of them wearing Ia-rs of llielr own .Manufacture. Our facilities aro unurp.isod. Onr Work war ranted fcrono year. Call and examine our speci mens, or address DANNELLY. MARSHALL 3c CO., No. 43 South Market st., Nashvilic, Tcnn may3 lm ARTIFICIAL LEGS. DR. DOUGLAS BLY PATENT ANATOMICAL BALL A N D SOCHITT JOINTED ARTIFICIAL LEG. .Manufactory and Ofliec: In the City Hull, North End of Market Building Public Square, NAS II VI I. I.E. TEX NESS EE. ri'IIIS LEG has nn advantago possessed by no I other Artificial Lcg.'havingii I'irrl unit Siil .notiuii. tho same as tho natural foot. The SprinitP are Rubber, and consequently there is no rattline as in other leirs. Tho undersUneil has purchased the right to manufacture this I.eit for a term of years, and respectfully refers the publio to any of his patients in Nashviflo or vicinity wear ing his make. He isan experienced nnd practical workman in theurt himself, and gives his personal attention tn every cue. Honlsoemploysnonobut tho mostconipetenthand. Porfcrt Sntiifuclloii (iinraniceil In nit 'nen, andrefercn:e byname given when ever required. Address Box 9 7 0, Nashville. JAMES W. MORTON, marSO 3m Manufacturer. OPEN FOR INSPECTION. CONDELL'S Artificial Arms and Legs, JALL AND SOCKET JOINT. Also, an awortment of superior ARTIFICIAL HUMAN EYES the latter inserted without POrdcr receivel for RRAITHWAITE'5 RE TROSPECT. at I) It. ItDRRILL'S, Colleao ftrcct, next door to corner of Cedar. IK. BUUItlTX, ril'l' ATTEND CASES OF SPINAL AND IT Hip Disease, Club-foot, Knock-knees, Pa ralyiiii. etc. OFFICE Colleeeft.. nextto cornerof Cellar. OrrtCK Hoce y to 12 ami 2 to 5J aprl" 3m TO ItEXT. A HOUSE WITH TWO ROOMS, AND A Kitchen, on the Hardintr Pike, near the Cum; berland Hospital. Inquire of ,,... ranyl3 JNO. MI'RRA. wu.n. PEARCK, W. B. TOLLE. A. . IIOt-TO!, THO. M)tTr. IK. PEARCtJOLLE&PORTER, IXrOKTEBS AJTD J0I1BER9 or Foreign, Domestic, STA1?JaE ajsd fancy DRY GOODS, Hosiery, Xotious, Etc., 77 Southwest cor, Pearl - Vine Sts. CINCINNATI. OHIO. mar2-3ta DRY GOODd SECOND IMPORTATION" OF SPIJIXG AKiU.10IKIt my mm NOTIONS ETC. WE WOULD CALL THE ATTENTION OF IV 'he Trade to our new and extensive stock of Goods, purehacd within the last ten days in the Northern cities, for CASH, at reduced prices. Mini naviU.n,-itiliuilA ..II 1 1. I " - .. ... r. ...... u evl, HI 1; paints J IOW OS they can be bought in any market North or South. Aim auurosiocKconsisu mainly ot tne tollow ins Goods, vii : A beautiful assortment of NEW DRESS GOODS, with Trimmings to match. SPLENDID MADDER LAWNS. PRINTED JACONETS 3c ORGANDIES. SOLID COLORED ORGANDY AND JACONET MUSLINS. MOHAIR POPLINS for Traveling Dresses, etc Also, a desirable stock of GOODS for Gents' and Boys' Use, SUCH A3 " CLOTHS AND CASSJMERES. CHECKED CASSIMERES. PLAIN AND FANCY LINENS. DRILLS AND DUCKS, UNION LINENS. COTTONADES. of all descriptions. SILK MITTS FANS, of all kinds. And every kind of GOODS suitable for city nnd country trade. IVo. 49 Public Square, aprat-Im NASHVILLE. TENN. A PORTABLE EXGIJTE. yE HAVE FOR SALE ' 'nn A No. 1. new Portable Engine, With a -complete set of OIL WELL TOOLS, TubJnic and Pump. For further particulars. eailM n us. TERRY A- D1IM0NT, No. It Broad street. ap2S lm TAVEL BROS., Successors to l'nul T. Tnvrl. BOOK BINDERS, It V E R S i AXt IH n 11 k Hook Al nufactiircrs, "WrOULD respectfully annojnee to the public, 1 1 and especially to tho otnccrs.tif Counties, Courts, Railroads, Banks, Insuranca Companies, Ac, that they are prepared to make," onvhort no tice, and of tne best materials, all kinds of 3I.T BOOKS! Of any siie or shape. Ruled to any pattern desired We keep constantly on hand, a largo assortment nt BLANK PAPER, of the best make, ami are daily increasing our facilities fur doing work. In Lnrsrc or Suinll 0,tinntltic!i. Having a long experience in renting Socks for ditlerunt Courts in the State, wo linvn patterns for many of tho Dockets and other Books genorally used. We are also prepared to Bind all kinds or ROOKS, 3IAC3AZIXKS, MUSIC, Ac, In tho best styles, and on short notice. (Union & American Block,) Cherry Street, Up Stairs, NASHVILLE, TENN mr2I 3m THE UNIVERSAL SUCCESS or DOCTOR M'GILL, BOTANIC PHYSICIAN, IN THE TREATMENT OF DISEASES. IS CROWNING HIM WITH SUCCESS IN OTHER STATES. AS IT IS IN NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE. 13 It . M ; GILL'S "PRACTICE HAS BECOME SO EXTENSIVE X that ho has been compelled to engage tha ser vices of an experienced Physician to aid him in in preparing medicines for his patients in distant States. DR McGILL in Nnahville, Tcnn has the larg est praatice of any Botnnia Physician in the United States. Tbo unbeliever can be convinced by calling at the Adams Express otiee, where b.i may see the larsre amount of medicines he sends every week to different parts of the United States. uu...VCUltit treats Uiseases at any Uislance, He treats tho following CIDXOXIC CASES with satisfaction ; Rheumatism, Affection of tho Lungs, Diseases of tho Throat, Swelled Joints, Stiff Limbs, Pleurisy, Pains, Ulcers, Cancers, Gravel, Diseases of the Heart and Liver, Inflam mation of the Stomach. Neuralgia. King's Evil or Scrofula, Deafness, Disease of the Eyes, De bilitated. Systems, Dyspepsia or Indigestion, and Consumption together with all Private I)iseaes an.1 Diseases of the Urinary Organs, AllSyphi listic Diseases treated at any distance, nnd a cure guaranieeu. TO TIIE X.A1IES. All affections of tho Womb treated with suc cess. Thoie married ladies who have been so un fortunate a, to miscarry, or Drove abortive, can be carried to their full tune, if found pregnant. oy giving mo a can. STERII.ITY, Young married ladies whose misfortune It has been not to bring forth in due season, remember God has said you should multiply and repleninb. If this is your desire, you can consult me either uyictieror in person, no lauy over tnirty-nve years of age need make application. All commu nications by letter or person strictly confidential. NIGHT EMISSIONS CURED. Younr m in, stop before you further go. Of all diseases subject to man, there is no disease 10 haul to eure as Night Emissions, and phyrieians aro scarce who understand treating it; and to yeu I can say that I haveeured hundreds in this city, as well as in different. SlAtoi.who have spent dollar af ter dollar, and are now w ell cured by me. I am dai ly receiving letters and sending medicine to all parts of the country. In a word, all that are diseas ed in anyway, and willriveacall.Iwillgivesalit faction for all of the diseases mentioned In this advertisement. The best of references given in this city. All letters should be direoted to HR. .TIcOILL. box 71!) Nashville. Tcnn. Office over John York's Bnuk Store. Union street, between College and Cherry streets. aprl3-ly johs t. room. j. u. wish. S. If. UUKPIIY. FOOTE, NASH & 00., Nos. 17 and 19 West Columbia St., CINCINNATI, DISTILLER) or eoLOONi:, Sl'IRITS. ALCOHOLS, ASS DOHI9TIC LIQUOES AND WINES. DKALKKS I.C OCSCIXE KOIIEItTSON COUNTY. HOL'imO.V, KYE, ANl3IONONAIIELA W II I S IC IE S. Proprietors of the celebrated brand of Orange Valley V'hisky. may!8 Ily Southern Expre Company,') Wistim Dtrtsios, f Nasbtjllk. Tennessee. May 7, 1.J rpHIS COMPANY HAVING RESUMED JL their business in this city, fwhleh was inter rupted by the war.) take pleasure in Informing the Bankers, Merchants, and 'business people gener ally. I hat they are prepared to take charge of, and forward to destination, UOLD, SILVER, HULLION. TREASURY AND BANK NOTES. ISOLDS, VALUABLE I'AC'ICAfiJES. apd heavy Freight, in ehargo of special awl trusty Messenger. . .. , Have connection with responsible Etpresi Compa.iie to all parts of the United Stater, Canada and Europe. AgnU JAS.SIIUTEn.Sup't mayS lm FO KENT. LARGE STORE FOR RENT. Apply at No. IS North College street. oiar2-dtf. i;'uinfimiij DRY G0UDS. SPRIIG STOCK, i I ;t,f ' R. T. KIRKPATRICK'S NO. 55 COLLEGE PT CAN BE SHBN THH HrtNDSOiMEST . . . - ' f wik or, k 7 ' Staple and1 Fancy Dry C CD CD CD S3 Fr the prtsent season ever exfaibiteil In this rity. all bought within the last three weeks, and what ever deettnethere may have been in tho North we have got the b-nefitofand will give to our cus tomers. Wo do net proposo any "baits "toour customers by way of offering Staplo Goods at less than cost, with the hopo of makins it up on other Good. but simply to sell everything at as small profits as thi present high rate of rents, taxes.and expenses generally admit of. Our friends may rely upon getting thebest Goods at tho lowest prices, and everything warranted as represented. Elegant Dress Silks, iflolrc Anliqucs, Grenadines, Organdies, I.arns, Printed I.inen Cambrics, Etc., Etc. Ladies in Mourning Wilt find full line of every thing new and de.'Ira- blo in mat way. I A C E G O O I S, In great vnrietyv in Ileal Point. Point Apilo.ua. 1 UIV1IC1C11I1V9. Clt. Ladies' Silk Sacks. Lace Points, All new and handsome. Splendid itoek of GOODS TOIt BOYS V E A I'. . HOSIERY, of all grades and sites. 6-1. 10-1. andll-I Linen Sheetings. 6-1. 10-1. and 11-1; Cotton Sheetings. Table Linens nnd Cloths, in variety. Towels and Napkins. In variety Together with Prints. Domestics, Cloths, Cassl meres and every thing pertaining to a tint-clou Dry Goods Establishment. Also, l-l. 5-1. O-I Dolorod and Whito Matting of tho very best makes. apO 3m R. H. THOMPSON, Enshibnnhlc Hats, Gaps A 2V J GEN TLEMENS f I rf e FURNISHING GOODS, TRUNKS, TRAVELING BAGS, ' iCo, &c, 28 CHEKRY STREET. Xear Union. nnl-lf Ayor's Sarsaparilla. -W-o T8 A CONCENTRATED EX Wk 1 TKACT of tho choice root. ' . so combined with other substan ces of still greater alternative Hf powers as to afford an effectual . HK jHfe antidote for diseases SanaparilU tj Is reputed to cure. Suoh a rem- 9 edytssurely wanted by thosewho suffer from Strumous complaints, and that ono which will accomplish their cure mart prove, as this has, of immense service tn this large elass.of our aOiicted fellnw-citiiens. How completely this compound will do it has been proven by experi ment on many of tha worst cases to bo found in the following eornplaitis: Scrofula, Scrofulous Swellings and Sores, Skin Disease. Pimples, Pustules, Iilotehes. Eruptions, St. Anthony's Firo, Hoso or Erysipelas. TetUr or Salt Itheum. Scald Head. Klngw,rin, Ac. .NVpAir r7irrifi D'uenix is expelled 'rom the yti-m by tho prolonged uso of this SAEHA PAKILLA, and the patient is left in oompamtira health. h'emaU Diteane aro caused by Scrsful. In th blood, and are often soon cured by this EXTRACT OF SAK8APAKIM.A. Do not discard this invaluable mtdleine, because you havo been Imposed upon by somttbinir pre tending to be SaraJantrllU. while it was not. When you have usetl AYKK'S then, and not till then, will you know the virtues of itarsaparilla. For minute particulars of tho difasesit cure, wo refer you to Ayer's Atueriran AImana4. which tho agent below nameil will furnish gratis to all whu cull for it. AYKK'S CATHARTIC PILLS, for th. eure of CostiveneM. Jaundice, Dyspepsia. ludigentlou. Dysentery. Foul Stomach, Jleaiiaehe.i'iiu, i'.heu rnatl'm, Jleartborr. ariiingfrom Disordered Stoni acb. Pain. orAIotLld Inaction of th llowels. Flat ulency. Lom of Appetite. Liter Complaint, Dmnsy, Worms, Gout, Neuralgia, and for a Dinner Pill, '1 bey are sugar coated, w that tho most sen1' tive oan take tbi.-ni plwuaitly, and they are thn bet Aperient In the world for all th purposes cf a family physic. Prepared by J. C. A YEU & CO., Lowell, Massachusetts, and sold in Druggists ami dealers every wbero at wholesale and retail; in NanliTilloby KERRY. DEMOVILLB Jc WHARTON. inar2I aJrin DR. L. L. COLEMAN AMONGST the many complimentar no tice! given tin bjr tlio prewt of thU citjr, we know of none which wo deem a coming with so mucli heartfelt sincerity, an the fol owing from the NoJivillc Daily Union r "At a period Hke tho present, when our city is Cllled to oversowing with a transient popula tion, and diexrs prevail to an extent hitherto uudreimt of, it is proper that tho means of cure should be of ready access, and that thoo imme diately interested should have Information which will lead them to avail theraielvt of eoinpoton medical advice. Men who havo been cdueaUd in the btt scfawtls of the profenion of medicine, 1 0(1 been successful m a praetico of many yearr axa surely worthy of eanfidenee; If they havo xlven their attention exelosively to ona branch of th profouion. and majo themselves masters of I' tbey have still mors right U expect support, more Particularly If they hava afforded proof pf their ability to cure. To this latter elass belongs bit I.. L. COLEMAN, who. In his specialty, has Un a benefactor to the afSIeted. and may ever be re lied on as a safe ua-1 sure pbyMeiao," AVe n-Hpcolfullr Inform our friendi that wc may fctill be found at our office, relier ing those afflicted with A S D Venerea Diseases AUo, all Female afTilctlonK arising frma functional derangements of tlie WOMB and imgular Jrerwtiuation. All mjr preparations tan Its sent by Er prosit to any portion of the country. L. L. COIiEiJAKj M.D. CI, North Cherry irttl, Post Offiw Box ff- b'tit Term, fsblS-tf "