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We cafl Atfcrftirfii tbfM ftIHwig advor
tiiyj(yWw4t'tqjk aitpenc-ii tbif igwytgng',
iwq.er fcr tke And time. The njjwW, U
referred t Jltm iHnotkor cIhwh :
Dr. W. L. NlcholVoftee won th csjtf
rff Cherry and Utfkm Mr4.
By ibewMlee of SwirintemleHt JiMav
it wttl'W Bee tkat Majw E. II. Kis
Ixu imitated pmi1 jfent offls. ,S C.
and N. W. iiW4f.
Tke Cbauber of Oommerc will meet at
! oVLwd: this pvpnifty.
II. HrMfcAlliw Irte hWtWH freiu
the firm of whlck he was a wwSWr' and
the Iuuwh 'm (otinHed by G. C Allen
Gee. P. Akww, wwamereial hreker, ha
kin 6tHae in the Chanter M lhawerce
tvuwtta-
S4rM)WH & WrieW, lumber erckHt,
Cedar rtreet, bekt r, ami I. W. railroad
treble, advert! Mallfer of tvery descrip
tion for iMe. . : ,
See.laeal .Mtwat Is wfi-rew4t dfed
anu. iad from tbe MtMerv CoHrt it
Xy1WHriwVff.
Ii.JEj'l &at Je iergieti tht,the St.
Clottd. Held re-apem t-day wtder its ew
i.r6pri4rWi
Stbalhmi. Hwrf 2fwetlHr, charged
with larewi, w$$Rt,t jail yesterday by
'8tjHire Mathews.
'AVAWTBS TjD SlJK HlJCfELF. rHI. Jar
dan was arraigned yesterday before Es
quire WilkfuMn, dharged with Mealing a
looking gla. He wax oommittetl for trial.
i8 I, ' !
Soa Focjctamm Srpi.ntf. Gsw. VaU
ingMH wm bnmglit bef&rii 'Sqwire Mathewi
yWay fee t4alig a oeuple ef k
fvHfltiiH Ate iK(Mrty of Dick Hit if.
Georg to rtwnmitwl tor trial.
No SHMK.-Tlte Bartrd of Aldermen
were to lwre hatl a exiled meeting lart
t VfHig, Ii4tt wf Ag to tl fact tint there
was no inaijgy received from tlte acting
Mayw, tbe Beard adjourd witbont traR-
Tar. Anai.nBi. The performance to
night will be tlte highly affecting play oil
"Canrflkt, to the Hate of a CoqSieUtf' Whe
new ("wspdnr m tneotffig with a deaerred
succeM, wliwii raiwt be gratifying both to
themeelvea and the managment. j
AiK pron liaying copias of the Nah-vineTDwA-rtTr'oHheaWh,
2lk, 22d ami,
23d of Novomber, I8i, ttYMi he &wm Mot;
wMi tf) filfe, wtlboblige M by sending or,
leaviKgiUie tine at tiie rtof the Uxion
a no Djspatoh.
A.uuur akq liriBity tK wilwii Btew
art, arreetedyftH' awtault and lattery, wh um
before 'Sqmre Mathewx jeoterday. 1 1 in.
ae tw o tinned, ad acltMg of v
to the 6g4hI diHct? in ibicb the Si
.vennel
ii oomsitted, granted.
Kiuwxo ior IlEMnpiT or L'rhist'
( HURM. TjH'tllHl reatlif by Dr.'
UlaiLie, will lie given t liitt evening at 7J
'.i.lool: i; X. JaVibjeyt: )elentiona frn
1-mtf fidltfw'a ' HWVatki, e. Tiriteta'for
the (mrae $5. tfr ainyle reading
McKiWDRHR t'KUiiril. Protraeted
uieetiRga ftewM be the onler nw-a'day.'
We uiHlentoHtl Jhat interesting lv
liyioM aerriew are held every evening at
tlte Mekwidree Church. The jHDttor re-;
-eived fifteen into the church on lat Sab
Imtb, a twawily f thew by lttc-( Dr.
Hig will have no laek of clerical a-wit-im-e.
Tun FelirHa'ry miHibef of the Xit.ikrilU
W nf Jwjw'wf haa lieell tU mi tHlf
ible. 'Ph iiiwoUtm of the VHodbwl prH
i. siui ih (MHioHlar, the Jim-mi Uti verw
ucl e victor, and the present nuinli'-r,
hi the way f variety anil interest of it-i
ontHta, Mill be AhiihI ip 1 the Ntaudatd
i any which has preceded it.
lroc'etlliitM il llu- Niiir-ino Coml
XAsifttf.n, Feb. Is, Court met
iliix day piuiHiaHt to adjoiirnliient, all the
Judge being pnreut'. Tlie day was npent
iiMfii tiie law docket of the ninth circuit,
which will lie concluded to-morrow, when
the if rttyrtiocW&Jw'Jll batdkcu up;
J. G. Frazkr, Clerk.
TtRRi) or Life. A susceptible Africant
or colored perwui the terw Megro is voted
impolite oow tired of life, having been
crowed in lova, tr Hemethiitg worse,
endl to the rof of the Gunl;Ie Opera
Hmnw, on CliHFchMreet, and undertook to
jniBp from it ihIo tke embrace of death.
Aa 1h want down bin mind changed, and
be graapmd oagarly a favoring ll(xiny,
held to it, aHd y oiled lH4ily fcr bolp. After
a while help same, and he waa taken dowrt
nearly exhausted, a repentant darkey, and
slunk aw- apparently asliainetl of hiiowilf.
S10EWAI.KK "A CStiaen" retpitwU us
to mil the attention of the City Marshal.
Street Committee, Mayor and City Count
t il, to the (vndilion of the sidbwalke tH
(lierry rtreel, tonth of Broad. He says
t hey , are . iHipatMhle iu, liad wallr, and
caMV frreMMy. A Af4br m K!li6ot
tuieri" aim reqet us to call the attention
of tiwrity aMkHties t the condition of
the sidewalk on Spruce s-taet, in front of a
new double how, between Church and
Broad, on wltkk the water is ankle deep in
wet wattker. We do so, and express the
hope that tke grievance complained of will
be rewdi.
STCIJUIOAT DIKAHTKU
Ttie 51 uvld White nionn Op
A private dispatch from Mr. Caapari, fur
merlyof this city, d4d VicksbMrg, Feb. 18,
wa received ereninf: by 'Mr. John
Winn, awo4ttK-ing the Mowing up of the
toamer Parid Whit, and the tm of Dan.
t Kinney, Captain, and Dr. II B.Shaw,
(.;ie(4c. ' Tke David Wkke Vick
burg Saturday at 3 r. u., on her wav to
i oimviJU, and the exploMon Muat have
take dace Wvmwh tkat pat; iimI Mem
jdiin A .great Ami ot intTK a felt
in our ritv 1M night to lmafjjthe par
n tilaiw, , bewdwi tk two reported
lost, there were other Nashville men
. n ker at ottceai, awonot Ue'. Mr.
Smith wil; ajfttjjfi ckaVK ;ll M. Vlrhell
and George FarHwwortk, id lot- Our mid
i.ight di)atolie 'may fftrnidi detail if
ihii diaplorakle niaasier.
The VvM WkUiem Humt ttrVun
tiotween ikia port awl New Orleans bnt in
.otuwqiwawe of ke iftvmon of cotton
i.. New York, and tke inability to wt
freight Ihw, li bmi mm4f nf a pWtet
bentecn Ixminrille and New Orlaan. Ske
was an excel lew t boat, and wao conaidere4
a naft on a.
JtBOORHBR'9 Owtmr, FA. 11. A
n.
t urawHy, fcH drivinf, H)nd eo4.
Frank Si hi mm, dUMrderfy. $6it mm! aaKt
Jnlk A Men, dkHnkw4y. $5 mm!
MHJiill, dkwnkriy. 95 and
Jmi v Sitk, rveratiMf, inMia.
Jan. Sit4k, drMMk OH tke lf4,
and onata.
td. Vt. 4lrtMik on MM4, $& imd oort.
A Imm, diooederly. $25 mtxl coal a.
(3eo. Plninmer, dk)aWi-t SM MmI ma.
Jan. .Mavbenl, diiinlerly, ffiM ad aoMc
W. 1.lMIn, ftmt driving, ttSnwl cgat
Klkaa fWvar, dixoniWlr. coaU.
P. Ikitler, Tis.Hxleilv. $M and eolw.
Jno. Jetdittna, walking with prostitute.
t lU Hd cmtf.
lieHrv
JuktMVrt diirditljv 111 mmI umiLi
C "LawWt, dmwk m reti.33Wwl
roata. -
WM. IWm, UlmfdWyTa6 mhI earn.
Hiitiicifinl.
' Arf "adjoHrned meeting of thft Common
CotiH-cil wa held last evening. President
Cokon lit the ctfaTr, and the folio wing' niem
bena iwwentt ' Mesww; i-Gravoa,' Goltarf,
Keid, Mnrrig,. Dnncan Lellyetl, Wilson,
Khea, Winaton, Hudson, Moore and Ikdle?.
ntOK THE BOAUD OF ALDBBMEK. ' '
Tlte bill directing the Recorder to jmy
to officer PiBckgy Daws, certain compen
sation paad three readingB.
The bill irovidine for the lavinp of
weftdfg ai certain locelitiea'an Hrftart hd
C;herry atreete, passed firet reading.
The resolution providing for the im
provemetft oTFranUlinVtret,"wa4 id" bpted.
The resolution authoriaine the Cora-
Bittee oh Public Pfoperty ;te-negotiate' for
the purchase of certain property near the
Rpperand fewer" wharves, w&a adopted. erV
Potitiorow jrarioBa partiep, praying
to be allowed to erect frame houses, were
granted.
The resolution providing for the estab
lishing of a rada.on Hrent street, from-the
PhHIc -Sqware w Brftw street, waa' in
curred in.
RESOLUTIONS.
' Mr. On4n intrAdiuvd (lip Mlmr! tier rrtd.
ofytion, which was adopted: That aioint
comnuttee be annotated to investigate the
Iamaaea olaimedsbw Jameu Stevensoh. at
- . - s .
the corner ef College and Ash streets, on
account of water flowing in on hi prem
ises. ByHheerae: Tliat tho Street Committee
be direeted to have South Onion street put
in good repair from Cherry to College
street, as soon Sis the same can Se conve
niently effected. Adopted.
By the some;. That any person petition
ing the City Council for the privilege of
erecting a frame house shall state the street,
ward, and-nusnbar of.lott and also allner-
sens signing xeud petition-shall give their
iHHHtare or lot. Adoptee.
fly Kr. "Winaton That the Street Com
mittee be inscrnoted to complete Ash street
frow Cherry street to Ewing avenue, at
tke earlicM practicable moment. Adopted.
By the same : That the Mayor be re
pMed to communicate to this Board, if
not incompatible with the public interest,
the rMon why the order to repair and
build pavements on certain streets Iisb not
been enforced, especially on Snmmer. south
of Broad, and also on Cherry street, south
of-Broad. Adopted. ;
' By the same : That the Street Committee
be iiMtraatod to takointo sonsideration the
oonfusion which now exists on account of
the number of streets ofHhe same name.
and that they be authorized to suggest such
changes as in tlieir judgment may seem
proper, and report oy hill or otherwiip.
Adopted.
Hy the same : That the street overseer
and city police be instructed to look well tn
the stirlaceaewers, have them kept clear of
all obstruction, and enforce rigidly all the
laws upon the subje&i Adapted.
By Mr. JLellyeU; That the Street Com
mittee lie instructed to inquire and report
as to the propriety of layine down t he Nicol-
sonor other wooden pavement on Spring
street from Front street to the Chattanooga
iniinMHi uepoi.
tlr.Uie Same: That Union trel lu
widened and improved from Cherry tn
Summer street, to the same width aa it nnw
is iaiu out irom Aiaruetto Clierry.or wider,,
I " 1 , r- . , ,
proviueii umi ine ownerw of the property
taken for thin purpose shall agree to relieve
the city from all cost or damage for the
property so taken. Passed first reading.
NEW BILLS.
Tkat all street cars runnine- on anv of the
s of Jhriye shall be. required to
belle on their liorses. (fllfkt any street.
rsifr9llfAiMi)anv' failinp to rtlace1.pl l n"n
the horses, the manager having charge of
the running of said road shall be fined for
slid failure not less than one, nor more
than ten dollars. Passed three readings.
jsy Air. JtliMi What all neatwilwlarttial
improvements put upon vacant or unim
proved lots during the yoar 1867, shall be
exempt from taxation before the first day
of January, 1S72. Passed first reading.
By the mnet An act regulating labor
brokers : Tlwf herenfler it shall be unlaw
ful to oarry on the business of labor brokers,
without laying an annual license of one
uiuidiw dolktrs. Before the license shall
lie issued, the broker shall be required to
furnish bonds to the amount of $2i)00, that
he will comply with all the obligations im
posed. Pawed first reading.
Mr. Lellyett introduced the following
bill: That it shall be unlawful to permit
swine to nin at large within tile corporate
limits; and persons willfully violating this
provision akall be wibject to a fine of $5
for each head of swine so permitted to run
at large. Provided that the act is not in
tended to interfere with the driving of hogs
.through the streets by drovors or butchers.
Thisjact shall be iwbliaked.ia.tkree of the.
oily papers, and shall take effect from ami
after its passage. Passed firet reading.
BILLS TAKEN VP.
The following bill, reported by the Police
Committee, passed second and third read
ing: That the perquisites of the City Mar
shal and depnties, and officers and members
of the night police shall be full oompenaai
tion, say $1 SO ftr arrests by night police,
upon conviction of (ho party arrested, and
fifty cents to tho City Marshal on same
arrt. Daputy Marshals $2 upon all cases
arrested by them, upon conviction of the
parties arrested.
Adjourned.
Correetioii.
T thu IfcHtot ef the Union and Dispatch.
Nashville, Tin.,Feb. IS, 1807. Your
issue of the 17th contains the following
item : ,
, " Bad StN." Several of the up river
boats have recently brought down oil nia
chiuerv. The Gen. Sigcl, which arrived
Vdfrtarday, had twenty tons of this kind of
freight, and no oil."
Will yon please say that the oil
machinery above referred to, does not come
from file oil regions of Overton county or
elsewhere in Tennessee. Since the 16th of
Deeember, all the tams that the county
aflbrds have been constantly engaged in
hauling oil from tJie Overton county wells
to the Cumberland river, and something
over two thousand barrels have arrived this
season in this city. A ride out on the
Noleniville pike about two miles will give
oetilar demonstration of the fact that on the
grounds of the Tennessee Refinery are
stored about sixteen hundred basrah at th
jfctsent time. Tke Refinery is nearly com
pletd, and will commence operations next
week. Meantime, tke yield of oil in Over
ton county, instead of diminishing, h on the
increase. Tke fleosier well, whieh has
recently been re bored, in now prodneing
sixty barrels per day. Newman wail No.
1, is capable of prodneing at least three
hundred barrels a day, and probsWy much
more, Imttkeyield i limited to theamountof
transportation attainable. Tire Petroleum
Transportation Company expects to supply
ample means for bringing out the oil as
soon as tke weather will admit of con
MrHcting tke Moaasary roads, etc, and kave
tkeir arranfement completed for em
iraKing the mrk in March.
Trusting tkat yon will do tke j tibiae to
make this explanaticft, in bokalf of w4mt
kkl fcir to M tm of tke loading intrat
We yMra respeeMnlly,
-wtpsic fc HBK.noirEn,
Genena) Agents.
Itooiiv nml Slotiimery.
NewspApses and Maganes, lor'aale by Jt4,
York, 3s Union nt. ja l-3iu
TliO. WAIX. ,
JOitMALIfBR.
.ccaaMm to
WATKKriKLB .t WALl;jSTt. '
HATS, CAPS,
I. A I) I K H P IMtS,
WrjlLI. CARKV OX THE BUflttRaS AT
ib4d 4wJ. w ttHy wiH be H'wt
WW H. kklt,lri tnl M WMy hum
33
PitpsSIX'UTOUS toPa'
haWd with fraudalei
A. CLStrickland.
charged willi fraudulent brcaoli ofUrust,
ami llios. (jray, with perjury, were tried
befor, Justice Patteraon yesterday. The
cviilwjayiijgjfailetl toi shows thnt!thei-.b
woejdny? real'grojuiui for the'fllmrgei!l
were actpnttedand the prosecutors required
to pay the costs.
Pnm.ifTir Enooi'.vtek atthe Capitou
'Crjc HEYDTaif f. Xek Role. TLe
ciifitomarv iuietude of tiie sacred day at
the Capitol was ruthlessly disturbed at au
early hpuxon Sundawmorning, In'a,manner
to throw in the shade the week-dav con-
flL.. .,.. T?nr?;l ,n,1 Onnnrr(:M
. ' , - ,
legwiator. it appears mat lor some imie
j time a"troubIe had been brewing between
Capt.jHeydt, Superintendent Of tile build
ing, "and some otthdae employed in mnerent
oapaeities in, the Gapitol.. It is 'asserted,
with what show of truth we cannot under
take to eay, that Heydt, in-his intercourse
... . . . -j. I.
with a great raanv. has rjot proved himself
a model W 'conrtfey 1rf Short, hot tlfput
toe fine a rioiuf on it, as Dickens wouldsay,
that he has been very domineering. Of this
we will not say a word one way or the
! other, buljmerely give the current rumors as
I we heard them. Tho matter which wag the
i . ,i ..... . .
immediate osusc 01 tue lime rougn-anu-
tumble Which brought the full length of
the Supsrintendent in contact with the cold
granite floor of the Capitol, was something
lik,e (bis'; On Sunday morning at quite an
early liour, Heydt, instead of
"RspplDg, tappkiffigeBtly atthe-chaaberdocr,"
thumped very vigorously at the room in
the Capitcl building occupied by the Clerk
of the Senate, and Mr. Smith the mes
senger of that body. 1 he latter promptly
came to the door, and confronted the Cap
tain, who, after a very bluff salutation, ap-
t, . , , , 111
pneu 10 oiuiui an ui inieu u0l iu uwm Eway? of the Howawl AsUon, on the PhjiH
by ears polite. Thellntter was en tbo point , o .i. Y o:j-.. 1 1...
of punishing the intruder t " "-
B.iaueu uv m.i iuuui-uuic. ui
uu ..our luwauiu, vyukc istH.ccuu.S u
ureaiiasi, omuu was ugaiii iicwuTicu iiiur-
ly, it is said by lievdt, just inside the
tront door of the Capitol and near the Uov
emor'fl room. This time Smith responded
in a stvlo according with the utrictest rnleH
ot the prize ring, lor with a vigorous tell
hander he let fly at his teutonic antatr
onist, and genteelly laid him sprawling on
the door. The fallen warrior sothostorv
goes while in his horizontal attitude,
yelled so lustily for help that hh sonorous
jargon could be heard a distance of about
eleven squares. Smith passed on to lus
breakfast, leaving the diacomutted Captain
to recover Ins equanimity. In the mind of
Gov. Brownlow the affair was considered I
of sufSoient , importance to send in a.iati
sage to the Xegislaturs, asking that a full
investigation be had.
Previous to his little encounter with
Smith, Capt. Heydt got into a difficulty
wim xsurnsiue, a coioreu poner ai tnc i
Capitol, and to intimidate the latter to a
Ti .l l. 11 . , . 1 I
healthy subserviency, drew a pistol, cocked
it, and pointed it significantly at the Afri
can's head, the place where the wool ought
to grow. "Burnside," having a high
regard for law and order, made complaint
to the city authorities, and the consequence
was that Heydt was arrested, but was re
leased on giving the necessary security to'
appear belore ttie Kecoruer this morning.
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is such as to give the very be9t possi
ble effect with safety. The Troches are
u.ed always with rood siierens. and nro
widely known aa the best remedy fnr
oonghs, colds, throat diseases, and nsth-
matlC troubles I
Fkiinelius calls disease an affection of I
the body, contrary. 1q nalure; a purtuba-
lion 01 Us liabit ; a derangement of its, I
courtes. What d isease isjsometimescludes
human intelligence, biitfiome diseases are
known their origin, action, and even their I
anlrtloics. Whoever has discovered an
actual remedy for one diRease, has done I
.l,:. r i.:.. rv i 1 I
t'!
-" ' vviiu 44iiv unit; (iciuai uuuci'i
ens disorders. We rarely speak on medi -cal
subjects, preferring to leave them to
physician, who Understand them better.
But such effects as are -seen in our midst,
on affections ol the lungs, by Ayer's Cherry
Pectoral; on scrofulous complaints, by his
Sarsuparilla; and on the several complaints
that they cure, by Ayer's Pills, Bhould not
ne ignored. Acoiut (Votca) Journal. Iw
At the residence of the bride's father, near
Abingdon. Va on Tuesday, the 12th inat.. by,
the Kcv. Jtituos McCliain, Mr. C. L. Fui.lkr
of Nashville, to Mies Aru J. Jackso.v, daughter
of Gen. A. E. Jackson, formerly of Jonesboro';
Tonn. f
"Spntlgllfeld KB&ister please copy.
S. B. SPURLOCK k CO.,;
SINCE THE FIRE OF TIIE 15th INST.
have opened and and are now receiving new
supplies of
GROCERIES,
COMMISSION GOODSj
t '
ro it k.i ox xsn domestic
IIQUORS,!j
And would be plesed to have the patronage oi
their former friends and customers, nt their
now stand. , .
' : f. i ,
Nos. 7 and 9 Broad Street,
(Near the River.)
Where they will take pleasure in filling their
orders. Jan21-3m
Books for Farmers and Gardeners
TaRMBRS' AND GARDENERS' DIC
tlonary; the Farm and Garden, by Jacques;
Gardemnr; Bnist' Kitahta Gardening : Down
ing'i Fruit Trees of America; do. Barrey'a ; do.
Baker's ; Flint on Graces; de. on Milh Cowa;
the. American Shepherd; the Farmers' Barn
Book"; Fuller's Grpo Culture; do. IIaratrthV';
Pardae on Roe and Strawberry Culture ; Buist
aa the Roeet Ybuatt, SWnaar. Maybew. Dodd
nnd Fnbife Forreiteron IIormm.
For sale by J0I1 N YORK, j
Jan31-dtf w3 41 Union street, Nafhville.
1.
HARRIS, UILLLR .,.
Cincinnati, Ohi'.
saiva.iEi.t co..
Memphi. Term.
BELL, HARRIS CO.,
"V . K EW, ORLEANS, LA. ji . j
Cotton and Tobaoco'Faotbra
COAIhUIS HI 0 N ?l E U HA T8.
R
BFBRRINii TO THE AiioVK, WB REf
inawir aonett oerjMgayM. rrem aur
BULL. UARRli A QQ.
Omi. R. H CarathW. Labaaaa1, Teanaawa. . i
H-rgBundar. flartevlWa, TSteaaawa. j
avoa uoroL w. a. 6rcsis. w. if pake.
mrGH DOUGLAS & CO.,
iro m:n a i. n
ilit Goods, T6tionsi"Eic
XO. SS PlIBMCJ SQUAltK.
TW.VX.
Yf K AX" KECBI.Y1KU A wut EBIOK
Y 9Mek. t wbkh W larit the ata
of the TNMkl
To Tobacco planters.
r HAKKwOtV PRHl'AKUU. IV HlWKt.
Jmv T HUe .lBft?. enaeri imh or
sfbMdi. AH f "r Wareheule. h i"
W hvsfbMdi. OaH at ur '
jBMfcMMrAafarfRfi.
SPECIAL NOTICES.
KUrtby FeiiiniottVnteYifIng se
I carei the services of a resident French lady.
whqThas had many years experience En teacli
ineYrene h and wrmi artpotenSigilffsts j
in Pari?, Germany and Liverpool, I would be
plgaied to rgfcoire pupils from thajjtyv tojfip"
cliwc iri th&e Unpuagej. A rareopportty
if now afforded of jnirin(? the.iJw languages
n-?poken bnicua;e. tueh as ha seldom been
presented in this city. r-
5ko. 0. BuTLrs, A. M Trincipal.
A J'cw.l ' T... hIIiIu A . T - 1. : !
I rcsidins in South Ameriea as a miMionary. di?
covered a safe and iirapte remedy for the euro
of ervous Weaknef!. EarlyUe.y,Di?ea08 0f
I the Urinary' and Seminal Ortran?, and the whol
tralD'erdisorders- brought orf by .Baneful arid
vigious habits. ((Sreat aumbers have been cured
by this coble reuiady . Promptest Jy desire to
bcncSt the afflicted and unfortunate, I will send
the recipe Xot preparing tindusinft this medicine,
in a sealed envelope, to any one who need? it,
raT charqe ddress
station D 'l
ifekSm . ,
0O3EPII l.
Jikle House. Jyew Yrk.cty
French Brothers, No. 3 Brood street
continue to sell their larac stock of fron. Kails,
( Bolts, Kutts. "VVashers, Ufajfee, Vices, Anvels.
Uum Packing. 'Hoes, Trace Chains, Steelyards,
c wur ienne;sea iron, Tennessee riows,
Tennessee .Bellows, Tennessee Furniture, need
no comment. Call and examine. "We also have
six eisht-wheel Freight Cars, price $350 each,
and a platform, track scale, 28 feet, capacity 30
a . i v n r i , ,
tons, price $ifi9i
febfr-tf
Ax slieible frontDOrtion of an ofSceonChurch
street, lathe ilaxwell House, can be obtained
by applyine-'at' this otDce. or at No. 79 Church
street, next door to the Masonic Hall. febl tf
To Jlnrry or; not to Slurry T Wur
ucu;mi xicuvuituiis 1U1 1UUIIK 4MCII, 111
ignorance of Nature's Laws, in the first age of
mn Sent in sealed Utter envelopes, free .of
chanfe Miress, Dr. J. BKLU HoMKTOK.
Howard AsotintIon, Philadelphia. Pa.
jan. 15-3ni
Helling Out at Sew York Cost.
To close busineM, we are positively closing
out at New York cot prices our stock of Fins
Groceries, , Wines.l Brandies, Havana and Do-
fit - ' r i ' i ti - '
mestic Ci?ar3.
janlO J
' 12 North Cherry street.,
A Sure rile Cnrf. Dr. Uii.bkrt's Pile
Instbomekt pesitively euros thejworsLcases of
plies, bont by mail on receipt ol 34. Circulars
free. Sold by Druggists. Agents wanted every
where. Address J. B. Romaini, Manager. No,
W5 Broadway. New York. !novl7; 3m
Bachelor's Ifnlr Ijre. This "splendid
Hair Dyo fs the bejt iu the world. Tho only
rue and nrrteei Uvt Mar ml cm. Melmble. In
stantaneous. No duappoinfment. No ridicu
l , 1 TLT. 1 til 1. T r,
wui hum. iwunuuni'i.u uruu. ncmraiB
tbo dl effects of Bad Qye. Invigorates the hair,
leaving it soft and beautiful. Tho genuine is,
signed .William A. Batehrlor. All others are
mere imitations, and should be avoided: Sold
by all Druggists and Porfumer?. Factory 81
Barclay street. New York. de32My ,
To Consumptive. Tho Advertiser, hav-
ingbcen restored to health in a few weeks, by a
very simple remedy, qfter having suffered several
yours with a Severe lung affection, and that,
dread disease. Consumption U anxious to make
known to his fellow-sufferers the means of cure.
: To. all who desire it. he will send a copy of tho
prescription used, (free of charge), with tho din
rcctions for preparing and using the same, which
they will find a sork Core for CoxsuMPTroKV
Asthma. Broncbitis. ic. Tbo only object of.
luwnucillac iu scuuiuk mo x iVKi-rijJiiuil, is (U
I benefit the afflicted, and spread information
whiah ho conceives to be. invaluable; and hopes'
every sufferer will try this-remedjvaiU-will cost
ttiem nothing, and may prove a blessing.
Parties wishing tho prescription, will plea'so
address Rev. EDWARD A. WILSON,
Williamsburg. King? county. New York.;
octs-ly
j'aa
H. A. HUNTING-TON,
HAS KEM0VKD FROM
No. 14 Public Sqiiure,,
: r & - . o .a fa
NO.
It. CIIEKKY ST.
(Opposite the Maxwell House.)
-VFFKKS AT REDUCED PRfCES AN ELE-
gant stock oi
MEX'N "AND
- !
FINE' CLOTHINGS
AMD
ft
FURNISHING GOODS, !
TRUNKS,
, YAjLISES.
i
55AG8.Fms
A large assortment of
Pine Beaver Over-coats,
At very low prices.
H. A. HUNTINGTON,
decM-ly sp 14 Pnhltc Sptuire.
C. D. BENSON;
Mn. R TTnifin nnrl Amfirip.qn "Rlnnlri
(Opposite the Maxwell Home.)
pUBLISUER AND DEALER IN ft
SHEET MUSIO
And every kind ot ' 1 '
niVSICAIi MERCITAIVDIrsE.
piaios, ;
froia all the Best Inheru. Alie. the
only Agent in the Snath for the much Cell
bratpdllUKDIU1 C1U1KQH and. PARLOR
proa and organs tutfeJBadaiiriritinJ at
MoAcal IhstnimSrfts repatr. V J feb7-tf j
T 1 JS-
f
ST. 0L0UD HOTEL,
. : .AMSIITII.tili, .-. v ,
.i,' . . : , , i ij . , ? j
" WILL BE RE-0PENBpT T1IB
' ,..
m:j5'v
.if??
os
Tuesday, FcbruaG9,;i867.
i
'IM1K UNDBRBtQSD. HAVING I.BAiJKD.
1 the above well-knwn ad iMHiulor IU.)
aad bavin? had years af etyerteBf-iln the Uuil-
nt&s. itetts a
.Liberal .Slinre of the I'ntrounsc
Of the Travetiec PabHV.
.11K. J. A. SWAYSI t: will bitMd in Ihe
fM, as heretwfcra.
fbl;-8t Late ot City Hotel.
SEWANEE HOUSE
.V A Mil VI Mill -
T.HARElNaTON. Fropristor.
FINANCE . ANJU T11AJIE.
-(TOld 'opened m New-'iork-ycsterday at
- rf
13GJ, was 13CJ at, U:30 ; 13Cf at 12:30";
lQGJat 2 r, Sf, and closed.at 13C at 4,jP.
Jtf "Dealers here were paying "15, and
holding at 13CJ.
Government securitie! were quoted in
New York-yesterday as follows:
S-20. coupons . 103,
5-2Qj, 2dcrie. coupons.-. ICTj
5-20s. Ai serins- cuiiuins.-. 107-
iais, new issue -
1040j...;... rr
T-30s 2J anH M. .:
F - 7U -Z. U
Tennesiee JJanJs ...... 65 h f5V.
London advicesW thelStli' ihf.r quote
Exchange' on New y6rk was bought hy
the banks at pary and sold by, them at' i
j'iCUlllltll. ,
Unclrfet nbuewa very tltill. Bank
ot lennessee was very quiet at 35c buying.
But Jewseemel disposed either tqbuyior
sen; Wgh wmxit $mPkL at
35 cents. ..'J I '!
,: Union; and Planters' Bank note were
scarce and'in good demand at' 85c : '5tnyin;
1,
and SGc selling.
Nashville Corporition checks were dull
at '10c discount. 1 M
- Tennefsee bonds sold in New'Yprk oh
the 13th inst as follows: SoOfJO' ex-'cou-loiis
at CCic and $50,000 new at,fJ5Jc: and
on tiie 14th, 31)00 ex-coupons at OGc,
?."000 riew at OSc, and $20,000 , at G5$c.
Other Sontheni State liondssold as follows
.Kentucky 9Sc, Missouri 93J93c, Lon
isiana 80c Virginia 57c.
The New York Times of the Mlh .tustant
says:
TIlA frillnwiriir hi.l irorA m'n.ld lr la r.irannAn .1
the regular Stock Exchange' Board for Ilia vari
ous descriptions of the Public Funds of the Uni
ted States
C W cent.. 1SC7 l.TH
S-20, 500 1 1000 lt!
5-20 coupon.lgft. .103
5-20 cou. 'DS ri. iso.Jt?3
5 V cent. reg. 'U - .104
1 A tn
lTicent..eC3 132
IP. '0.132
d. .31..1091
Gilc sm'l coup. '31 109'
Coup. 500 A-100031 109W
10-40 500 i 2000. lOlf-4
5-20 coup. reg. 62..10TK
5-20 coup, small ... 103K
7 3-10. 2d series-...105l
7 3-10, 3d series -10?
5-20 rcgiiterod, 'Ct.105
The following i's an ' official ' statement of
the whole amount of compound interest
notes yet outstanding, and also of the
amountyet ointandlng whiclvfalls due1 In
18G7:
Whole amount-, .Pnllinr ilna in 1477
Principal..- S143.064.C10 , 69.055.000
interest 27.701.921 . 19.380.122
Total .,170,326,61 . 8119.005,122
The New York " Tribune savs : This
amount of notes can readily be taken care
of by the Treasuay if.authority Is given to
issue SO,000,000 of temporary loan at 3(al
4 percent. 'The Secretary will have no oc
casion to move in the matter until called to
meet maturing compounds. As they fall
due. batiks will be ready to accept script
bearing ..interest, and counting aa reserve in
exchange. Any one conversant with bank
movements does not need to be told that,
for clearing-house purposes, at least fifty
millions will be used untiltspecie payments
are restored, and the whole $80,000,000
will probably become a permphentjloan a
long as'gold is at a premium. If the rata
ofthi-floan ik fixed at 4 per cent, it will
have another important effect upon the.
money market by causing country banks to
hold balances in this" scrip rather than;
leavo-thenv with-New York banks at tiie;
same interest. Tf this should be done' call
loans and discounts would advance in thq
leading cities, and commodities he' forced to
market and consumption more promptly,
instead of being jield on speculation by
largo combinations, aided by an abundance
of cheap money. The prospects for A
steady and sure return to sjiecie payment
jyere ngver so good as at present. An ob
stacle to resumption is found by some peo
de in the fear that the taxes will be'rei
duced to a point when the annual interest
and the ordinary expenses will not be met.
But this fear is without substantial founda
ion, as the future will show. The labor of
the nation set free from our taxes will be
more productive than at present, and front
an enlarged business upon loW' prices' the
Treasury will be in the receipt of income
sufficient not only to pay interest and ordi
nary expenses, but haye a surplus equal to
the reduction of the principal of the debt
and so maintain and advance its price."
GENERAL MARKETS. i
Nashville, Feb. 18.
Cotton. The cotton market opened dull
to-day, and closed flat in consequence of
unfavorable advices from abroad. Thfc
sales amounted1 to 12 baled, 89 follows : 41
at 252c; 2.1 at 2727Ac; 50 at2123c
C3 aa 2027jc per lb. ' The nilingl figures
were 2G23Jc; about forty bale selling at
23c, purchased to fill orders. i
Bales:
.. &t
. 331 ,
Received .
Shipped
Corn. The continued heavy receipts of
corn have caused a decline in prices. We
now quotejif at 9,pDbn tjh TOST, and $1 o6
delivered'at-tfie depot.
Oats. Sales to-day of white' at (80c;
black 85c ; sacks included
Other maTketa quiet. - j
: j
Tolincco Sale.
Trice's Landing, Feb. 13, 1807. Salee
to-day .of, 53 . hogsheads at the following
prices :
.$18 70, 18. 10," 17 '75, 17,-1015 95,
15 95 15 00, 16' 00, 14 95,14.80, 14 SO,
14 CO 14 .80, 14 00, 14 00, 14 '00, 14 "55,
13 95, 13 75, 13. CO, 13 5013 05, 13 05,
13, 60,12 80, 12 30, 12 00, 12 55, 12 30,
12 75, 12 05, 12 65, 11 85, 11 80, 11 45,
Ili75,10 00,9-900-709'25,.8 50; 8 95,
7 70,7 55, 5 60, 5 40, 5 00, 4 00, 4 10,
4 40, 4 45, 3;65,3 65. Averafe 11 62.
j-Z , i
itecelpt per Rail.
N.& D. P.Aii.TtOAT; Feb. 18.-24 bags
HOttojiiyarnsrbal cotton, 20 sacks and
1 bale rags, 6 bales sheeting, 3 sacks corn,
IfiJiN. SliilcSn, FeLli44cbB
"oo'n car. mVleV4 fcf 4 Th
and 2 reels cordage. 14 cad and 5 boxap
tobacco, 14 bags malt, 3 cases raercbandi,
lS'bbls whflky."10 boxes glanware, 218
cases preeerves, "12 ' boxes shoes, 20 bbls
clover seed, 20110(1163 collars, 6 bbla
'timothy, 3 abk tlue'- grass, large lat of
sundries. ,
"' ' BjK llip'lttver..
iWwmcm, frtHH Qiw.--46 boxee and 5B
packagea drugs, 63 boxes glaw, 3 tiereee
lard. 175 boxes wind&w glass,' 3318 feocks
"iro, 10 boxes lemoo.s,14 bbla orangetj, 25
hhds sugarrl0 bbls molassea, 2 hlaw cocoa
nut, 220 ploughs, 76 Sack oats.
Nonllii'rn Clton JlnrUets.
CifAttTSftTox, Feb. 15. There was a moderate
demand, the market undergoing no iiaportaat
change. Sale of 316 bales at price raagiag
from 27 to &He. Wo odote middling at :,
MrMl.n. FSb. IS. Sale of oetton 1600 bait
Middling at BOc Sale of the week. HM balm;
weipU oTOObalea. , ,
JloatLE. Feb. IC Active mlci SIW) Uales at
30V63lo; receipt J S13. n .
SivASjfAH. Feb. lft-Otton weak at"31Je:
lile3 3SO bales. . , n
AtroosTi. Oi.. Feb. lfi.-Thcr was a teleraUr
good demand during the day. and all that wa
offered was sold, but at easier pnee than yester
day. Vt'e do not feci warranted la giving quoU
lions. Some ule orraiddllng were mid eat c.
Sales tf the day amounted to sse bale. The A
cei pU amounted to .271 bale. ...
AoousTi. Ga.. Feb. 16.-A HttU better ton.
pervades the market than yesterday, yet iyKgl
vntinu unchanged, olcs of thedayarjs 1W
"MosTBoaiar.ALA.. Fei l&r-ButaBaallbuiii
neas was dune to-day.. 'Wet qaate taa jnarcet
110
-maw, ua,, i-cu. iu. xuerc ithp a very itwi
dmaniijforffoodicottijn. -and all efferedtof a
Aft...... . ri. i - rrt i
miaqung nuaiitv rwas.talcenjtreelyat ZXXc,
whilomlrparci!ls?of etrf good .rea.Ulylbom
taandeUZic. Thereceipti for the week amount
to m bale, and the shipments to 1000. The
sales were JC7 bale.
Memphis. Feb. 16. The market to-dny ex
hibited a firm feeling. Holders wore offering
jrceiy. oui were urm, in tneir prices, uuvers ?n
the market were forced to concede to holders"
prices in order to fill thdr lists. Transactions
ior idc aar were lair, with nales of middling at
igjuic:iowmtaaiingats-J3.''!jc; rict mid
dling at3032c. The market cto.ad firm and
NEW Onr.nva. Teh 1.V Th mrVi.t nntnrvl
this morniDP with n limited innnirr. ami has
continued dull and inactive throughout the day.
Ln& AXKnrimpnt nr coin wq4 nmnU tn m r tlio
demand, notwithstanding severarfifitors rofuseil
to unco er their table, bufthe majority of buy-
ifested litUe desire to operate, in antici-
Ttiou of increased weakneis, anifonsequcntly
tbo business tranthjwbscannnsnally.l.ght.
compnsimr at tho close barelr 2300 lmle.
mostly intended, for the completion oXunexcuted
orders. Eleven brokers participated" in the
business. Price Indicated fartheV weakness.
imnuo omy alteration we mslce in our quota.
i Hto Urop ou
ancc tberenith, we now quota as fellowst Or
dinary 2S;-i c.; good ordinary 29iei i low
middling 3ul . and middling 31 JJ . adding
the market closed with a tendency to greater
. . Auu ouius iur iiiu iiaxi; luree iay? com
prise 12,700 hales, making an aggregate for ' the
jreek of S3.Q00 bales, against 30.300 last week.
--uu ictciiiis iiruper luriue past vtcbk icxcmumg
thearrivalc from Mobile. Florida and Texas,
which are included in their respeetive state
ments) embrace 19.433 balesr ngftinst '33,030 last
week, showine a decreaef IrJTJ halai. 1'ho
week's exports comprise 25.513 biles, 6770 of
wni.-n were coastwise, ana 13.77Z to loreign putts.
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH.
Cincinnati ITCnrket.
Cincin.vati. Feb. . 18. Flour, firm ,. but, un-
cnanged, trauo brands $u lAWM iO, l
brands SH.316. Wheat ffrm. No. 1 snrin i
do winter $2 90. The stock of wheat in t,the oity
is quite small. Corn dull at (We in elevator,' and
75c in sacks, and S&tSStie in ear. Oats dull at j
SOctoro, J, buyers donotipayover 39. whisky
in good demand at 2Tc in bond. Cotton dull but
uncnntucecl tales ot liw bales fltifoisifc Iot mid
dling. Holders still as a rule ask 30c. The large
iaiune on in tne recemts at southern lxirls
trive holders confidence. Snips lllihhds haenn nt
V'Xc lor shoulders.! IfltrtiMlc for ,le. 12p Kir
clear rib sides, nnd 12'48l2a for clear do.
Suzar red hams 1F to 1ft?. according to brand
and condition. Lard dull at l'ii for nrinie. (lr,-- I
cenea sieauy, ui 11 2i?rs ioruar, anuiJ-
: . .1 Z . . I . M fwr i - irt.,, . I
i 'ic lor couee, uold IJb. Lxcbange steady at
par liuynm', anil I 1-ld premium selling.
rorolu" llnrltols.
Lpsnox, Feb. lSrConsflls opeiusil at r. Iki
S7': S-ttl'sTSicf Illinbis Central ei f
Liverpool. Feb. IS. Cotton onened ouili
steady utltd. ; i . , . ''
Sew. l'ork Market,
Nkw .irk. Feb. IS. -Flour lOWloc ,Lwjr
WS10 75 for ex-Stato; $11 C0$11 50 for It. H.!
Wheat dull and droODinir. Com less actire and,
enoiprat Pi39lp innforc. nnd lA'Zc nflntit- (tela,
.1 .. 1 1 1 1 . -r.r-s . n-.-.r i . :
anu steady. Lard neavy.it lli0iza. press In
unchanged. Whiikv andrjetrolenm nneh.inci
CoMeo firm, no sales. Sugar active and firmer,,
fnr nlil -rnn Pnhft IflilllllV. n f l oaco
idroewuuDa.
market steady
eloKins at 420
at f20 i920 75 for new mess,1
old mess. 519 93 for reeular. S19 C2 for orime.
and $19 70 for prime mess. Beef steady sales,
230 tiercos at J11 00$S2 50; prime meM $34 2Si
34 30: feeef bams firm, sales 310 bbl at SS2 SSm
m& Rw7.Wi? forS
ribbed. Cut meats steady, sales 410 packages, at
Ssuuc tor gnouiaers, ana iiisiiz ior nams.
new Yonc jiohpj aiaritei,
New Yodk. Feb. IS. Jfoney firm at Vi$ i
cent. Sterling steady at S.VflSii'e. Uold ia
without decided change, opening at .Mti. and de
clining to 36 i. and closine at 3b. Uovcrnmonl
securities a shade firmer. Freights tn Liverpoo
quiet and firm.
Taos. S TiSiut. Pres't. L. O. Tahbox. Ca!iu,'r.
NATIONAL SAVLVGS' COMPANY, '
Corner Uiiiou and Collcica StrevtM.
Tlio following araSthe Urates paid'for uucurrrnt!
money. These quotations are liable to fluctuate, but
may be depended on a sufficient length of time fur.
remittances jo do recoiieu vj man or express, Jr tur.
lwardedlWRhWtieUy( i , ' i
TKRK3aKK. - GArgla Uallroad and
Hunt of Tnnwi!iBa . .. BanKlug Uompany ..to
Bank of Tenuesae, Bank ofMlddl Oa ....85
datM. 1S51 J.3-6 ""("--v, "3
Union Bank Jf Aagueta Insurance ifl
Onion BauUCertf. Bant of Athens. 1
Bank of Chattanooga Jim J Ulnmbus...l5
Commerce. par unuum m
KnoxTllle ft". " KmplreState...3ll
Memphis pxr Fulton 3.1
Middle Tenh... 90 " Savannah 3S
o..:. ' theStatefa.lJ
the UnionZilpar 'T Bank of Auguta30
WestTenn 45 "'"!-
Itiirlrfd THntfi ins 1 ljOanl.-..aX . .I3
- - i r.r -., .
Oommorcial B.inK, 93,
B.Vfiff W Of erda4ud ntliiit-
Merchants' Bank pr
era' B5Bfi..TL:... ..OJ
Planters' Bank 14
Nortbern UanK. ...... .par
Ocoeo Bank. i........ir.
Onion Bank Orj
Bank of Shelby TlUo &
Southern Bank. , 2$
Traders' Bank. par
.NOUTII CA BO LIN A. i
i
Life and General Insu
Bank of Cape Feat .....20
" . Charlott.....C0
" Clarendon.... (15
rance Company........)
SOUTH CAItOLIlfA.
" (xmimeree..l2
i .FayettaTiHB.-1'S
Bauk of CamJon.......40
LexiugtoQ.10
" Charleetom...IS
" Clifflter.....16
" Georgetown... 15
Uamburg....,17
11 Newberry...'....40
the State South
Carolina .....,........1('(
" JS. Ciirol) rm..30
" Wadesuoro.
" Washington .Og
" WilmlngtaHlJ
xanceyTUl..ri5
Commercial Bank.,.15
Fannera' Bank of N.
Carolina .........,...'.!$
Commercial Bank,.,....03
Exchange Uant.......I5
Jierciiants Uank.........ia
Bank of Boxboro' 25
Farmers and Exchange
Hank ..................
..tf. Miners' ami PltAiiters'
Merchants' Untile...
.16
Bank
reomes uant. ......
-SB
PUnters' Bank of Fair-
field .....ft")
VIBOINIA.
Planters' and Mechan
ics' Bank- ...18
Bnk of Berkeley.. ,...se
State Bank 7
Southwestern RailroaJ.35
; commerce. 45
HowanisvilIe..'i6
Union Bauk.........55
tbo Old Dotni-
nlon Til
'LOUISIANA.
" I Klchmond S
Bockbrldge . CO
Bank6fXmerlcL.Lar.'?.'--
Louuiana CO . vn , I
K.wnrlminiiO.". :. JT (S.-iE?. t .i I
CanalTJank. .......95 ' .. Virginia '.'..26
Citizen uanK... .va .. wi.Mllno- 'X I
aiecaanics anu irauer. DanrllleBank 20 I
Southern Bank ..par vrrnr.' nnt a7'mn.
Union Bank,... ..95 uti. 3 .A I
New Orleans Scrip yo Fanners' Bank ot Va IS I
Msniif,ir-tnrarT irJ I
ALABAMA. Farmers' "0 I
mereuants' uanK 4f) I
Bank of Mobile 95 MercbaDU' and Me-
Montgomery...76 clianics'Bnki..i..7I.
Selma SS) Norwestern Bank. 90
Central Bank 12 Southwestern Bauk ...?0
Commercial Banlc......,li Traders' Bank ...20
Easterh"'Bank; '..'.'.45
Northern Bank ....62 I
Southern Bank 05 NiuhTlll A Cliatta K.
t B 'Stock 3)
GEORGIA. LoiilsTilU & Nashtilie j
Tax BecrlpU .90
Ceutral Railroad Buk9Jj ;
11 i s : 1
WING, TOIIKY A CO.. 1
Corner Union nnl Cherry SI.', OpiiOMlt
iiniiu- 01 iriinesice. iuiiiHrH, anil
Dealer In Gold, .Silver, ovorni
nieiit Nlocli. Conipouinl Int('rt
'ote, IjsiiU Witrrnnti nnd Sonlliirn
Ilanlt Notes , .,
CLO3I.N0 PRICE THIS OITE.
Buying. Bufmg
11. S. Bonds. '3P 10SUOId UT.
5-20's lit series '02 103
Silver T.
2d - 'M 1064
LASI WARRAXT3,
4(, war 151S 40 '
80, . ' $ .
120, " iai
100, " . $143 i
100, not 1312 Slit
M 'OD 1U
New (Jan A. July! 101
Coup. 10-10's ltkJ
AogT-Jit enes liv
June ;; 3d ior.
oSmp."fitfeejos,-1K
-jUaokO'erinoUiT 40
" " ilntnl 'III IK.
June, 11
July "
Aug "
Oet
Doc
.May,
Aug
Sept "
Oet ' -
111 Planters Bank
li
11
Union Bk Sc Cert' ,
Bank Chattaneotsa j
I. r,At.;ilA rV.
Mid Tenn ,
WestTenn 4i
Shelbyrille So
109M'City Dank i
1
Tenn Bonds 01
" Coupons 67
LiMRRtaxree 90
Corixiration scrip t)
Commercial Bank K '
0eee Bank K ,
Southern Bank "p 1
LifeJtGleTmiCo
AIM the highest prioe paid far, all, kind 1
SeaflHwh-Uank Note. Pnnted rtlM ft fur
nished when desired.
Wit Aasw.uULg. Revenue Stawtf ptff4
err.ment rate of IT,:count.
$TU to 100 2 par eent dis. l'raneo
100 to S60 pr cent dat.JiwilMlnd
I Fraact .
'tH to llX)4 per cent du. tfelgiuoi
I 1 dulla
N. y..Rxhdng.l Id pr kBCBMAN r.
Cincinnati " l-TO jfrBrenien SI 14pWI?.
LOUHTllle . .
prew: 1 ueriiBiStw; per 1 rrat-
Small Oralis
Pnreten Exchanve
W4U IBillll.
Mnnrch I (RU
Bo land 1 V 90 per
'Prank fort
I per ih
TrafiBd one pound Amesterdam 1 Ha4hlr.
Scotland (Starling. ; Corporal wm rhecks
l 1 I P cent diF6MBtf
DlVit received And eollecttoas iMus 00 all
AcreHibje pomt. . .
Offlc tiour. S . x. tu p. H. . j
FOR SAL E,
An Old KsiablNbeil IlitrUwnro' "ijpti-
rem or ivii lenm' .sianillnif. llav
line n (hioif Run of Trail p. '
T ovm PJK SALH THU H&TIKH STOCK
1 et Uardwatw. Cntley. cte- af 4he JaU SaatJI
Va4er. deceased, on a credit of six. tnrelv'e an!
tiatiteen mosths- -Not Kith approved
curhy.
An iarentory of thaitaakaan be sees at tl
atreoa UUee. street. JJul trill ba ppes fifr
ten day. . ' - i
mr.t. TiiituASK,
"fobr.-lw 1 1 AduiiiiUtcaUM-i
D. WALKER.
J. L. YARVA5.
WALKER & YASYAN, ;
ATTttRNEYS'lfft LA.W,.,
! : gl.Gberrj; Street; (hp Mains) j
' ' - ' - - - I
RIVER NEWS-
AUlS
lilil V till.
Fen17. Talisman, Cairo
" . ,1S Tyrone,
DEPARTED.
" 17. LanoMter2, Evansville.
W isAVrnp3Mt Veion. '
PalejoniSvTlle.
"Talisman, Cairo,
The river wtill rising-, with fifteen feet
I water on Harpeth Sh(t. ' Weather warm
I -
with slight 'rains. '
I t, rllL.- J
frera&uro, arrived late
" uw
last nighf. anil will leave at 4 P. jr. to-day.
m.JJt., ,. w.. r , ,t
Tbe-
ne yieu. pitu ienvii-iiai lenwie V I-
paf
The Nightengale leave to-day for Cin
cinnati.' ' ' -' '
A dispatch from Superintendent Wise,
received yesterday from Cincinnati by
Capt Peebles, states that the Emma Flovd
leff thai port Sir NnjllviHb (SumJayjA atul
tliaAlffReleM would lotftllttzf. U
For Cniro, St..lAul.s- 3Iemnltl anil
Kmt Orleans.
iTlIIESELBMnirr JPASSBXOERi
X t'aaaet TIRONK.Tou Harua.v
Master. Wash Weavrk. Clerk, willi
leave as above ,on TUKSUA, the 19tb Inst.,
SI O CIOCK P. u.
tot r reight or PaMge apply on board, or to
C0RUBTT Sc BO'l,
41 nnd 42 Front street.
or HARRISON SONS.
feblo-2t or W. A. PEBBLES. Agents.
For F.viiiiMvllte. InUvl!le ami Cin
cinnati.
rpiIE SPLRNDID PASSENGER
j. sioamer JMull l lriuALK, Alitx.
will Jeaya i above o TUESDAY, the KKh
iMmnt.,at4 iretoefca-. a. " - ' i
ror ireiKht or passage apply on board, or t.
CORBKTT BOYD. Agents,
. . 41 and 42 Front street.
At'.'A.'PRKliLBS. A
febli-2t HARRISON Jt SONS. Agents.
ST0EE
., - vPS
,
iMAXWELL UOHSK.).
Corner Olmrch and Cherry Stroeta.
J i
r? hiUyffJi UEQ$ blJAVE TO.LNF0HJ1
1) . i pis friends nnd. the publie generally, to
Nashville and vicinity, that ho has commenced
the
JEWELRY BUSINESS
I A?a,n aUn.lt.'lJ,SSw,.?J W1,.u bim his brother.
liMtCuXScU a..WTorriV "
e are now receiving Irom JNew 1 ork a large
end choice lot eP ' ' t
WATCHES,
JEWELRY,
Silver Ware,
! PliUetl Ware,1
.' , i i ? .:
14
and Fancy GooiIm, .
Direst from the fmi.orterj n,l Mniirniii'n
uur enjiro ftiock naviOK beenjiurebasett at the,
II.OWKST SKV CASH ItATIlH.l
Will be offered uion the most' reinilila terms.
vu ichmh are warruaieii
i
An examination af mir tie i
pwulHICUi
Watch Repairng,andJpl?bjng.
This Department of our business we prup.wa,
making a SPKCIAI.1T .
serviced of wbid of the fiaet workmen is the
uiiniry ior inai purpose.
F. I.. JKAVIKS.
W. 1I1AVKN.
deolS-tf
-
Removal! and New Interest.;
r FJtKBMAlV A -. ilAN'l. I'lhtj
f . Rli'inn.) of W V IIAVri I. hi. :- 3
in tho Dnn of D0RMAN A HANO,"and retdove.?
uivii jiuth, ui 11 juu rarnn 10 tne spaMoun,
MUSIC HOUSE, :
aHASONiCTEJii'Li srchuiicir BT.
The two branches .of business will be kept,
distinct. Tho ;
MlfSIOAI.. BBPAIITMEXT. !
'
Conducted bv K. Dormnn nn.l nlli.r. .lrtlU.1 :
e business, will be under the name and style of
Wall Patter DflTsnrtmAiit:
Will l.in.lno.lWMT t-n IfDiibvvriKr
Our flTLT WORK'S VtlRROItB
,,nr.,r, . r,n. .. l
l uninAii An n i iuiiilic liAflirert,
WINDOW SHADHB.
r;ivr7PiAN ULirriiK,
ARJKISJTS AfATBRfALB,
Prencli anil American Picture (JIass;
LOOKINQ ULAj. PLATES, HTC.
Have been removed to ' '
7H North Cherry Street,
(Colonnade Building.)
Where orders will be promptly attended to by
L. R. FKKKMAN. J. )V. ORCHARD, and W,
and W,
Our senior oartner. W. FREEMAN, will re.
maiu in Philadelphia, Pa., to parchi gixxH
for both houses. We hope to receive, and wilt
do our best to merit a continuance of the pubtlo
patrmiage. ,
SAIiE OF VAIiUABlVE
Real and Personal Property.
Tlirro rarniit or from 10 lo Ul I Acr-,-
oncli. AUo.'Perttmnl I'roprrtjr.
Sale Wwlilosdaj, March IS, 18C7.
TIT VIRT0SOPA DROREK OP TUK 0I.R-I
XJ cult uwrt 01 tne uiuteii .-Nate-i tor tne anu
die District of Twrucee. in com of AtcPenan
cult Court of the United Slate for the
iMtd-
et als. vs. AlelLBy dt to?i
nr bo--ter. 1 will, on the Ulii
iMAntll, . between t tie Hours ui 11 anu 4, on
the premises os UmbBSim Put stxK tiH
viLi.r, expose to ?sle to the highest bidder tho
tract of ld on "Which Felix O. Me Kay nw
resWe. cuntalning -1h AereR. which tract
ban bca (Krided foto thr&e frm?, containteir
rtspeftifely 'il4 acre, V plu; IW acres. M
palest and WT acre, ti !ote-'bunded on the
north br lR4s of Itobwt Cart Wright; on eftt by
hl of . S. Hall andThomso Walker ; on south
by loads of Joan BulMnk-, ; amtpn wet by laaiU
ol w. l. I'omitMsma uaronne r.. umi. doiii
wr
ithovt KauasfTteff.
fVa-
Otie-tWnl ea. Lal9rtee on etedHs f
ft, It, Vi and 24 ttoattw, purebww to ftru.nev
nty. 1 star el from date ami liea rtafatil.
AUSP4AV fMirlt ti: St) M.rtl. I WWtfl far
o4 ull fV pemotwl property ot the aaal Fakt
O. McKay, rtifMfeting uf boa-iehwld nail k1trh4
furaiture, AtrniMr atefiH4, 4kBii4h tu.
three mulai. two booec. ne yoke ejeen, ue
milch 1
cow, ere.
. etc.. etc.
K. K t AMIUKLL,
febU Id
;TaffK STAT,
INSUilANC . COMPANY,
l.M.ANO ' TBAKJMTAT10ft lUNliM
'lit U tin i rjnillalil1 ICnt.
-UM fairiyaJjastea anJ promptly pW"&j
0&e. itwiki Xatwaal Bank buUdlng, CoHeef
ttntu JHf LU.MMUIc.'.ProUlent,
Vf. J. THOMAS. Vita Pmldrat
JO.SH1MI NA11. Setretary. 5
ocf-dw-sf ' ,
3leqton 'otice.y.
Owoe Xasvhxh LwirrCw 1
rvill
m TORIIOLlt OP TUB NAHlI
1 viHt'Witl.igbt Ootfltxny tra bwebrn(Hifie
I.irt
tkOUftl
that theAi
mate' tl
tbeVuawe atimhetn. DAiY Uf
si rneeMi.nw uirerj wimk
.MARftllHBK'
l.i..
; NEVv
'f'S'-"'O'f
. i i rr Br
B o Ha
ofOtr
- ? ti ate, S
LOOK Olifr FOR BAlfdAIN$
IN
c.i
BOOTS AND SHOES,::
3?..H. PRE'NG'H ,
xo. 21 runnc squakk,
)PKN3 THIS DAY AN KNTIRR NaW
J Jtockot
Cnstom-Mmlc Boom and .Shoe
which he will sell at PaniePrieii. Thaw in waat
of good, durably stylish work will Had thea m
greatly redneed prices.
OM Slsck !S"IIInr Than Cost.
nov81-tf
CLOTHING
;.l I.nrso nnil Hpynnt Slock of
, 1 .
1 ,
GfflJfTN'- CM.OTIIIXO',
Of superior make and quality, raar be fWad at
the Store of , ...
f ..1 ! X
GEO. B. ABB'O'TT
mi. :i2 coi.,r,EGH .stkbjet,
biear the twanee llu.) ' 1 ''
. 1
OVERCOATS
BrsiNESs svrrs. '
PAATN A.M VE.HIX. , ,T.ll
fixe nunsM apiTsij-if.-
Also, a'large stock of ' '"
1 - 1 rift
Krone U nnd Knicllith. . , ir
Cloths, Casimeres and. Vestings,,,
Carefally selected ffoai the stoeta Qf the prla
oipal importers, which writ ha made Bp totmier
At the head Of the
Muiuirut'tiirliig Departinent
.We have a Cutter of approved OielIeise. aLu
"in guarantee mat sryie nr. anu warKmaasatp
shall g-e entire satMlkctien. Aa axperleBeaet
nearly. TWENTY YEARS ia, sUdylng tfa.
wants and tastes of the ciUum of Nafhillle.
warrau'jt the aurance that eVerybedrwm.Md
ggixUto pleao theta at
X. 32 COM.rGK STKCI.T,
Wo offer, also, a large steak et
BOYS' CLOTHING,
Mada to order in some of Ihe best estttblMmeaU
in New 1 ork stylish, well made, and Very rea
sonable in price.
FIXE I.IXFA NUIKTS,
Of the best raanufecture.
ITNORItNlIIRTN AMI DltAWtltS,
CjillnRi. Cravats. Sock, Olore. Kt.. Htc.
GEO. IJ. ABBOTT,
de2f-t J CollPgo Street.'
EDWARD S7 JONES,
WhoIrinIJIinler in
IP -A. IP IE IK,'.'
No. 3 Inu Blook, Eablie Square,
IfA.MfVII.tJrl, TEXri'.' "
MAVING ESTABLIiJHBD iMYELPPHR
manentlv in Nashville. I' take pleaeur-Ciu
rmlng Printers and Publishers, rb1 Ptfper
dealers generally, in thL and adjeiHing States,
that having perfected arrangement with soma
oftbe leading manufactories in the North. I Will
be enabled at all times to supply then at ren
sonablo rates with all qualities of Boek and
News Paper. Plat Cap. Letter. Manilla. Celared
Paper of every vuriely, etc, otc Alan, a fin
stock of Printers' Inks always on band. Ord
from country Publishers and Xtatieaenaeligited
and promptly attended to.
Oinseng. Beeswax, Feathers, and all kinds of
country Barter purchased.
itignest market price paia for Cotton, Woeles
and Linsey Kagf.
feb
186
A.f. WARRIT.
J. 1-i'W.t.AICLET.
ji - t
WEAKLEY & WAiREN,
NO. 11 ft'OKTll'COI.l.KGK NTRHt
NASH,TLLE.T .,'.TK.
manitfaoture:r,8
aNt
WHOI5S VI.H ANI KLTtll,
DHALHR4 IN ALL KIMDi OF
IMItl.OH. CJIA3tBiK. jr
niNivrt-aoo.n. irAii
1 a
and OFiUOi: .1
FURNITFB'i
.Nl'KINO, !
HAIR. , , ,
3HI.SS, . "?
COXTO.V,
AJVI NII1ICK itl ATrHBSSBS" '
WINDOW1 GLkSS,
NTAl.VKU ASl) FKOSTKIt GI.AS.S,
froOKISG.Gl.AfiSSLS,'
I.OUlil.VO OI.A.H.N yixi, jto-
T? IKV1TR SPHCTAIi A
IT r fine, large,
Muods. We itiUod tp
ci Crmrail in akir
Bleats to pareBesen as irMl toake
tere-t t. lwr ff.u.
WKAKLEY k WAAL
Ws. North Co4le t , Hhi.TtSB
anlf-lm
Jt O W N T 11 B 13 ,
isawree v
Mil.
E. IV. MOKGAA,
LAKOX Ai
O cunt. t-k f 1100 rs A.va NitTfils
lrx ft Xf th .Maifcet te
SO. It (aew aunbec) U.VIOX NTRBUT,
Whtre he wttt he pled to te blr aMJIrtetHi"
ad a geseroMa puMic He UHe& l!pri
bet stock of tJeidf, 1 at a row m$
regular brn .h.r.ty. ROV!rrREV
W MOPANcdeaireafcMe bw e
at his mw place Tbuia. lurtiHwUrly his
ROBERT L. CABUTHERSJtR.,
ATTOBSEV AT ta'W,
mpw to
imkI wen anmenwrmmi
ret. am Meriaew mmm.
KWftlrk
;NAmmLrTBNK.
OPVICU OVBK TUIE UKIOKVijANJ AD
einlRs; effieewrdlanither siJ( OMpert.
PrmptaMBIrs-'-sVsf lhoCHojrarf
i&l&ai, -v . 1 4dellBi
Htri- I tHH I I '-'
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lCwlj .aev
JAJ. H-WaNDRIOKVKrfy.
(OMrpaperpr.K'' "
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