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Tub Keyrnu-Bit..u The bill to amanil the revenue laws of the city, which iiel both board. bQhe City Council lttft ntglit, and in iiowh. law, will be found in another column. McrciHmts, banker awl broker will not tail te rmd it. La:r n the Tablk. The relttlHn aiitlioriiHiiK the Governor to negotiate with reference t tin? pttrcbasw nf the Bank of Tenne buiWIng, wit laid ob the table in the HtMise yesterday, by a very empbatir vote. Ax iMrosroit. A dispatch from Chioago aftyft tlwt a man namad Ogden, who lias bew palming himself off there for peveral davs tlw Superintendent of the Loiiis- vifle and Naativiile railroad, and dead heading himself Vwwrally, was arreted as a common wi!MiM;r. ChiLBRRN ami infeut htw, of the finest tjHahly and large aasertrnent, at the rash ville Slioe Store, No. 74 North College t feb24-lm M. Mohoanstkrk. Ji' The Bbbktwood Amok Cask. Thia caw, whiab had Won In tngr several day before 'Squirt Patterson, Brien and Cswety, wa eonelnded ! evening. W. P. flnnninaUaw wis bound over o the next tt-rm of the Criminal Court, and the other prisonera were debarred. Col. Hill, of Franklin, r the dofcimc, and Mr. Jonw, for the iCHttn, oonclwled the discus sion . The grealwt variety and the best quality of cn(0mffiade jdiow, rniMing of Ladieri' and Mfcwea glove kid Csngrem gaiter and balraoral flitoe, ami ride lace, can be had at the Kathville iShoe Store, Ifo. 74 North College stt, at low prices. ffblM-llU M. MoFtflANSTF.RN. Thk hnavy raina yeterdy made afl'uiw on the wharf rather dwll. Large quanti ties of corn were there covered with tar paulin, and fear were entertained that wine of It would be damaged. The corn from tfft NMhriUe was rrioil by tWfe roloresT laber tip the keep wharf and deposited safely in a warehouse. There ww no discount on the efficiency of those negroes ami it wan pleasant Kvolwerve the heartfgood IihW thatfprevaileil amongst Ihem. Tin: Hnderwigned having just returned frMfl the ISast, takifi plea'Hire to inform the public in general llt lie Inw replen'wliod his Here witk the tWHt anrefnlly soleole! stock of twtnm-made boot and lne, which hr will tell low for cash. M. MOHOAM8TKRK, Nashville Shoe Store, No. 74 North Col lege t reel. fft24-lm lrireellii; of tin Niirome Conrl. Nahhvilt.e, February 28, 1867! Court met thk day pursuant to adjournment, all the jiidgas lxnng present. IJ. Wlillteniore, H ., n. A. Whit temore. 1iy Jittlge Slwckelford. Hill (Htimiltried. W. H. Moure r. John L. Ashby. 15y Judge Hawkins. Decree reversed and bill dimiiwed. , V. W. Woodfolk i. J. M. Mown, el. ml. liv Jinlge Milligan. Decree affirmed. The court has been engaged tluring the day in hearing the fqmly cane.s of the ninth cirruit uon the firntcallof the docket. - . J. . Frazhr, Clerk. Tilt: only plane to get a superior qualify if cnfrtom-mtMle Imnte and sliee U at the .NafdmIleSbM8torw.No.74 North Collage i . cneaj ftw man. M. MoMOAMtrMnK. leWM- H Rboorir' Ooukt, Fell. 28. 1W Tn r, creating nniae, ooela. , , MarnM jrarding, keeping rertatiraiit witlient lleonoe, aeoU. Julin Fieher, diwtrdorly, $10 and W. TlKHnw Smith, drunk on Mreet, $50 and Sallie Wilkinton, diwrderly, $25 and jronro Talbert, dieorderly, $25 and coMn. Emma Battle, dkmrderly, $5 and costs. Wb. h, dinordorly, $0 and oostP. Win. Rtiwtort; fert ilnving, oots. National Chmeteriisun Tksnmkk. In the UniHe o Repreuentalive, yester day, the bill ceiling over to the United State full jHriftdiction and control over the national cenieteriort in thi State, paawd it second reading. It is proposed to have it a law before the cloe of the present session. The nnmlier of thew cemeteries in Tennes see, and a close estimate of the Federal dead lwrieil in them will In? funnd in the following tig wren : Memphis, twonty-five acre, alout 22.000 grave. The dead from Columbus, Ken tucky, to Helena, Arkansas, along the Mis iippl, are gathered here. Corinth has ine of twentv acres, containing about 6,000 Pittehnrg Landing, twelve acres and 4,000 graves. This contains the dead from up and down the Tennewsee river. I ort Dotieleon, twenty acre and :$,600 gave, containing the dead of that field end all along the Cumberland !elnw Na?hville. Nashville, mxIv-Iwo new, 18,000 graven. This tontiiiH the liodies from many hos pitals and a wide region of country. Stone Hiver, Hixleen acres and nearly 5,000 Kravea. Chattanooga, seventy-five acres and nearly 1000 grave. Knoxville, fmr acres awl S.OTO graves. (HMSj tifja and youths' custom-made pegetl and newed loots and gaiters, at the Nashville Shoe Store, 74 North College street. M. MoRQANTrrRN. feUl-lm commrkokmibct kxkrtisrs r t1ih 1Ii:ihoai. Depahwieut of thf. Usiveh- siw or Nahvii.i.F- -- Notwithstanding the inclemency of the weather, Masonic Hall wm filled last eveningwitha largeand select andlawv to witne" the oonrfement il the degreeol Doctor of Medieinenpon the jMndnates oftltM inntitution, and tohearthe adilmwoHlkeomieiiHi. Kilty-six gentlemen were reeMted with diplomas. 1 liey rep i.HMWtMl the Steten of Tenniwe, Ken- tnckv, Alabama, (uorgia, ami Minsis sippl. The vahilictorv address of Dr. John W. MertOH, Jr., to h'w fellow gradu ates was a rlia4e -nd eloquent eflhrt that eli.-Ued freHent applaHie. On the iart of (he Faculty, the vming pliyeician were ad lresed bvl)r. Tlios. Menes. of thn city. Dr. M.'a remark were forciWe, ami -hodit HHich wblisnie oohhW t the Reuflemen )M enJerfiM: the fWn of life medical HTifiMion. His exhortation to uaiiaitiu ihediwnitv ami liomH- of the call- ing, and devote thenMolvtM with wmiduky -j . the cetHs, was ai times truly eioqwni. The exercise closed a MtceeesAil .sessimi, ami we tnwt the TniversUv may ctnitinne lo ttenrtait mmI iiu-reaae. Laimi' Sue chU Oongresa gailern. Ioi44a' ftee gkve kid Congeea gair. Idia' gloee kid and morneo Mm. Lndiy gioTe Irid antl moroeo me leee, at tne NaalivMW Miee Store, No. 74 Noth i allege ateeet. M. MonoANsrKRx. febii-1m A Noww (Yhmvmak ax i Pcbuc LroTPRKR Hiy f " Brown's llfuehial Troche " : " In all my lecturing ton. I pwt TrocJte in4o my onet bj m rH larlr m T do Urtnrwi or linen PnWic aneekert, Tecalieta. awl nil other who ex ercise the voice, ekould never Ml of nting the TrocW Tliev Mtrpww nil ether pe pnnittoM hi deering and stretUiijlhe voice, removing hoenesp, allaying irri tation of the tbront, ami as a cagn remedy are pre eminently the beet. oh noil MAlinticry. NewMire ami Jlagaunee, ftr sale by J no, Tort:, M Union . j i Jew reemved, tne lergmt nut net LmImI atoek of imrtem-mene ilioes. of aH md, at nV Xaekvfile Stne 9wr, No. RrtV Onliege ateeet, eneener tlnm ever. .Miiulclpul. HOARD OF ALDBUMKN. An adjourned meeting of the Board of Aldermen convened last evening, President Cheatham in file chair, and Seven meniLerw present, Thefidlowing bill looking to the protec- lion of iropertj on the city wharves, passed its lliinl reading. Be it enacted hy the City tWrilof Nash ville; That hereafter it shall be unlawful for idle boya and youths lo congregate on the public uharvesof the city, aiut lying, playing, or running over freights stored thereon. It shall be unlawful for any ptrMti to be guilty ol vuiting the citv wharves and railroad depots, and cutting" thesacbs hold- l ing grain, ami stealing the grain therefrom; no such pereone shall gather around the. trrin rUl. iuW irii.n nf crafWma nn thewaemeom or ether grain, unless per mkfion is Krantel by the owner of such gram. Any person nttending against the provisions ot the above sections shall pav a fine of from one to fifty dollars, anil where the offender is eon&idered by the Recorder trio young to punish by imprisonment in the workhouse, the parent or guardian of such offender shall be responsible for the fine, unless such parent or guardian shall prove that they could not prevent the offense. orrr ihsprnsauy. The bill establishing a City Dispensary, and providing for a Health Insp ctor, passed its third reading. THE REVENUE Iin.I.. The Revenue bill, after some alight dis cussion, was passed on its third reading. A resolution was adopted appointing a special committee to investigate all matters connected with the re-nurahering of the streets. Adjourned until next regular meeting, in convention. Both brandies met in convention for the purpose of electing three night policemen. lhe lollowing i&rties were nominated: Jims. Miller. E. D. Eubanks. J. C Che- naull, Joseph Long,Thos. StevensotjJohn Kellev, Wm. Burton, II. Carter, JnorSmith, James Duckworlii, G G. Wvatt, Geo. W. Dale, James Monroe, Jhos. Houston, P. Wateotw B. HieginCotham. E. Nagle. S. Slarkoy, L. Hoffman, B. M.Rawley, N.C. Ygugn, J. Phillip, K. M. Scott, P. Minton. Tn the first ballot, H. Carter was elected, having received thirteen votes. The second ballot resulted in no election, the highest number cast lieing for Long, Who received nino votes. The names of Itawley and Garner were here withdrawn. J 11 the third ballot, i-iong received twelve votes and was declared dulv elected. The fourth ballot resulted In no eleciiou, Houston received nine vnte, the highest minuter cost. Ji; the fifth lis! lot Houston was elected. having received thirteen votes. lhe convention then dissolved. CMM0N COUNCIL. The regular semi-monthly meeting of the Common Council met last night, Presi dent Cotton in the chair, and thirteen member? present. FROM THE MAYOR. communication from the Mavor was received notifying the Couucile of a vacan cy in the police force on account. of the resignation 01 Messrs. augn, JUggen Itotham and Kelly. (I EN. boye. While in convention President Cheatham introduced to the Council Gen. Boyle, who made a brief addrcss.recoromending the ex fCnson of the Edgefield and Kentucky rail- rorid. AI.LDtlEII UNJUST FINIS UY THE RKTORDRR. The Com man Council havintr resumed Ihhiiiwh, Mr. Walsh, from a select com mittee, subiiililed a reitort, embracing voluminoiM ileeiimenls, rtM-ardini; the al leged tinjiiftt fine-i imposed by the ltecorder on ccitaiu merctiantn 01 the city, on ac count of the non renewal ol licensee. After aoree discuswon -as 10 the proniiety of re ferring the whole matter back to the com mittee, nn the ground that the Recorder had not bad time to defend hiintelf before the committee, the matter wars sent back by vote of seven to sir. THE REVENUE BILL. On motion of Mr, Rhea the regular business was suspended for the purpose of taking np the revenue bill. Appended is, the bill, which passed three readings, and is now the law. Sec 1. That hereafter all persons doing atmereanlile business of any kind within the citv of Jsasliville, shall obtain license irom me necoruer ueiore or ai me nine 01 beginning such business, paying therefor the tees lieretolore charged; and in lieuol the per centum tax heretofore charged shall pay in advance, one per cent, upon the oapital invested, or agreed or determined to be invested 111 such business during the ensuing year, to be used in the purchase of goods, or in making advances on goods or prodHce or lor any other purpose whatever connected with mich business. Provided that no wholesale merchant, or storage re ceiving or forwarding merehant or commis sion merchant, shall pay a lees sum than one hundred dollars, and no retail merchant a less sum than five dollars. Sec. 2. Every merchant shall, on taking out license, give to the Tier-order bond anil good resident security in the wmi of not more than one thousand or less than titty lollars in the discretion ot the necorder, payable lo the Mayor and City Council, conditional that he will at the end of one vear from the issuance of said license, or on quitting business under a sworn state ment of anv additional capital (not in cluding profits) invested in his business during said term, and pay aUhe rate of one per cent, per annum tax thereon ; and also for all goods sold 011 commissions dur ing the said term : and for the payment of an additional tax thereon, winch snail lie at the rate of one mill on the dollar. Sec. 3. The sale on commission of ar-v tides manufactured and produce raiseU inj this State, and articles boueht of licensed! merchants of this city, shall not be taxable! iimloi tlir. t irntMaamia nf tin nltnra spftl inn but all others shall be. Sec 4. Licenses may be transferred in the following manner: The party to whom the original license was issued shall, with the transferree, apply to the Recorder, and under the account required in the bond, py any tax chargeable thereon; where upon tile Recorder shall cancel snid bond, and issue a new license for one year to the transferee, as in the case of an original license, and taking bond as in such case, and giving credit to said transferee for the proportionate jwrt or the tax paid in ad vance on the time unexpired 011 the license cancelltMl. Special licenses other than such as are provided for above mav be transferred, the Recorder giving credit on the new licenmtYor the unexpired time mi the old. And the new license may be for the unexpired time or for one year. The i 1 if .. r .. :.. ...1... lieeose. Sec. T. The Recorder shall in every case reoiiire a sworn statement of the amount of capital to be employed. JSoc. t. License may ie reneweo ny com- nlviwr witli the terms hikh which the original license ww issncd, and otherwise uhmi the same terms as original licenses. The amount of capital shall lie re-stated each veer. Sec. 7. Themme license shall ntilhoriie the nobler la eel 1 at wholesale and to do a receiving, storage, forwarding or cow mission business ; and the bolder of Mich license mav also sell at retail. Bnt a re tail liretwe' shall not authorise the holder to sell at wholesale, or on ommiion in a wholemle wny, or to do a receiving, stnrage or forwarding l)inarw. Sec. S. Anv imun. Nrm or association not havine a remilar licensed hoote ot o o . . imsinens in tliis city, and doing a receiving and lnrwarding Imi sines, shall otitatn u cen from tbe Recorder, Mying therefer iwo nunareo dollars and te. Sec. . Seciiow X 4, 5, and 14 of oh a Her 4.1 of the City Deet of IS6 are herebr hhiiihi ami repealed. Sec- 10- Chapter 2C of tint said DijnM is hereby matiifitid no m to mmit tbe fines tlierein provided for, from one to fifty fol iar, as in the jndfment of the Recorder may seem to be Jnet in view of the appa rent fanii, ovmtught or miefortnne of (be offender. And the Recorder shall be autMoriced w fine entirely ia epsm of neen liar mvewiti or where in , bit opinion there mm been ne mwH nn tbe nertrnf the Sec 11. Manufacturers buying for manu facturing purposes, and personR buying goods in the city for shipment to other markets, tdiall Hot be taxed therefor as merchant. Sec. 12. This nrt ilmll nnt he construed ' lo cj'ange or affect the laws on the subject of tippling, or of celling goods by sample or representation. Sec. 13. Steamboat agents and the agents of railroad companies, other than the pro per officers of railroads terminating at this city, shall nay a privilege tax of $25 per annum, and fees, and a separate privilege tax Khali be paid for each roait represented. Sec. 14 Express companies transporting goods, etc., to distant points, snail pay an annual tax of $300 and fees, besides the tax on vehicles. , 15. Bankers and exchange brokers "haM obtain license from the Kecorder.pay- J'g-llie uual feesland one percent, upon I the capital stock or capital invested per annum, and the present tax on brokers is hereby repealed. Sec. 10. Persons coming voluntarily to obtain or renew license within ten days of beginning busines-s or the expiration of license, shall not be subject to fine. Per son not having license to do business, and fro required under the provisions of this act, shall apply for the same within ten davs. This act shall take effect from its passage. Adjourned until Monday evening. Before 'Squire Wilkinson. E. Chil dress, arreeted on a charge of stealing a watch and chaiti from Sandy Cockrill, was discharged, yesterday, the evidence failing to sustain the charge. Robert Bradford, arretted for Mealing goodij from W. R. Singleton, was commit- ted for trial at the next term of the Crimi nal Court. Victoria Collins and Alice Breathitt, ar rested at lhe instance of Easter Johnson, w ho charged them with purloining sundry household articles, were discharged, the matter having been compromised. Matthew Jeffries was up on a charge of larceny, having stolen a mule from Archie iraynes, of W illiamson. The mule was found at a livery stable where the negro was trying to sell him, and turned over to the representative of the owner. It appears that Jeffries was an escaped jail bird. He had been imprisoned at Columbia for steal ing bacon, and transferred thence to the jail of Marshall county. There he was bailed, a farmer going his security and taking him home to work for him. But this didn't jsnit Matthew, and, after one day'a work, he absconded, turning his face towards .Nashville, the negro Zion. io fa cilitate his travel, as he passed through Williamson, he stole the mule, which he found ready saddled and bridled. A re ward of SI 00 was offered for his apprehen sion by the sheriff of Marshall. W. R. llavnes, who captured him, not only car ried off the mule, but the reward. Pt'TTiNii Uf Pork "The Cause." During the winter, about the season of pork packing, one of the tled a constituent of and voter for Sam. Arnell came to Nash ville and purchased ten hogs. Having put them on the cars, he anticipated fine times enjoying spare-ribs, back-bones, sau sages, etc., after their arrival at Columbia. But he was disappointed. The swine did not come to time the cars arrived, but the pork didn't. The ten hogs, to come to the point, had been stolen. Mr. Radical made the best of a bad matter, kept quiet, but wltji his eyes open to discover the thief, or thieves. No very great while elapsed before he began to "smell a rat" that is lo ssy( to get a clue to the whereabouts of his pork. Indications pointed to a brother Radical as the guilty party, and after de liberation be determined to charge him with the theft. Accoidingly he sought tiiiA out, and th following dialogue oc curred i Rndical No. 1. I have --.omethinir very -her jous to say to you. Radical No. 2. EhJ What is it? Radical 'No. 1. You stole my pork. Radical No. 2. That is serious ; bnt its false, too. Radical No. 1. Come, now, don I put on. Yon know von stole it ; and I have- the proof. Radical JNo. lhe deuce you have. Well, what of it ? Radical No. 1. Why, I will prosecute yon if yon don't give it'tip or pay for it. Radical No. 2. Now, I'll iust tell you the truth ; I didn't get all of it. I got but nine of the hogs, and I don t think you ought to proecnle me, if we can compro mise. Radical No. 1. D -n compromise. I want my pork, or the money. Radical No. 2. If you were to prose cute me, ttwuliln't it hurt the cause t We are both Radicals, wouldn t the Rebs. rejoice Of course a Rebel jury would send rue to the penitentiary ; hut that wouldn't give i yon the meat, but it would hurt the cause. j Radical No. 1. I hadn't thought of that. I don't want to hurt the cause. ! Radical No. 2. Well, then, let's settle J lhe matter. I will give you the lard I made, and all the meat I have left, and Ton ! say nothing more about it. ) Radical No. 2 Well for the good of the , cauif, I'll do it. So our Radical pork-buyer got back a 1 part ot Ins loss, and the "cause was saved in Maury. The remaining hog was traced to another Rail, who paid up, and again the "cause" averted a prosecution. Great is the cause great is its head, the renowned . U. Moses and great are its representatives in Maury. THOS. WAIN. ' .lOS. WALKER. W A I. K E It, W A I ' V Succewra to W ATKKF1 E I, D A- W A L K E R, 1 PEAI.EK9 IN HATS, CAPS, A.vn I. A OIKS' r IT ICS, WILL CARRY ON THE BUSINESS AT the old stand, where they will he plecd to meet all the old friend and a many new one a will cull on thctu. WAIX A WALKER. jon9.tr sr. pum.u: ho.i;akk. SEWANEE HOUSE COLLEGE STREET, (Between Union and Church.) NASH VI I.I.K Tr.NNENHKi:. T. HARRINGTON, Propriator. jan'jn-Sm IJ- KOIIATREK, ASSISTED BV Mil. K. W. MOUU.VX, H AS REMOVED HIS LARUE AND ELE ,Bt Mk of moors ami niii 1 b North Market to Irom NO.- (new number UNION NTIUIET, Where he will be tlead to te hit aid friends and a ffeoerous puulic. He intend! keeping the httt ttoek nf Ool, hik! at ft' low rates as any remlarbo in tbeeily. r rouvtref E. W- MOROAN de?ires to see his old friends at hi new place of bu-ine. particularly his many laUr friend!. jan33-lm f .1 . NOTICE OF IHSSOLCTION. MVHE PARTNERSHIP HERErOFoRE EX I iitinc b(wfi the undersized, under the nmo of JOHN MORROW SON. ha been dumlrad by mutual ecnswnt. Wm. II. Morrow b&MlMM wiH herfter be eondaeted bv JaiM Mrfow, under tbe former firm twae, and )a wiM mMet all dcbti due the trm, and .urn oH libilitis. Said dolution to date rroF-H,.ryi.i. J0NM0RR0W WM. H. MORROW . Nafer1ll. Feb. 21. ftbiS-lw ROBERT L. CARTJTHERS, JR., ATTORNEY AT LAW, .NASJHVILI.B. TBNN rFFTCIi 0VHR THE UiiiwrAiik, au W JMatag 0: rOtnitheii UMfter. TiMBpt at given to fhe e uhi cattan at Wain: 1, decR-Ea SPECIAL NOTICES. Y011 can Buy the best quality ef Cumber land Coal of J. (7. Roach, at $5 !W per load (17 bob eU,) delivered. No. 24 North Cherry street two doors from tbe .Maxwell House. - & rfeb24-tf A t'nril 10 Invalids. A clergyman, while : II - r. . -T if-- ii-OTuiug in oouiu miirnra in a inuiiiinnr. ui.- covered a safe ami simple remedy fur the cure of Kerrous Weakness, Karly Decay, Disease of the Urinary and Seminal Organs, ami the whole trairi of disorders brought on by baurful and vicious linljit. Oren numbers biive been cured by this noble remedy. Prompted by desire to benefit the iifHirted ami unfortunate, I will send the recipe for preparing and uing thi medicine, in a scaled envelope, to any one who need it, F8KE of Ciurqc Address ' - Joseph 'i IsuAs. Station D, DiMe IIue, Sew York qity, . fel.H-3m Trench Ilrollu-rs, Kj. 3 Broad street, continue to pell their large stock of Iron, Na1l. Bolts, Nutts, Washers, Hinge-", Vice. Anvcl, Gum Packing, Hoes, Traea Chain?. Steelyards, etc. Our Tennessee Iron, Tennessee Plows. Tennessee Bellows, Tennessee Furniture need no comment. Call and examine. We also have six eight-wheel Freight Cars price $3.10 each, and a platform track scale. 2.3 feet, capacity Cil tons. price$t50. febS-tf As iligiUe front portion of an office on Church rtreet, in tbe Maxwell Houe. can be obtained hy applying at thii office, or at No. 79 Church street, next door to the Masonic Hall. fehltf To Slurry or not lo Marry? Wht Not ? Seriouj Reflections for Young Men, in Esf ays of the Howard Asrociation, on the Phj?l olog ;nl Error. Abuses and Diseases induced by ignorance of Nature's Laws, in the first age of man. Sent in sealed letter envelopes, free of charge. Address. Dr. J. Scn.i.l.v Hocqhtos, Howard AsiSoiation, Philadelphia. Pa. Jan. l.r-Tm Ncllltisr On I at New York Cost. To close business, we are positively closing out at New York cost prices our stock of Fine Groceries. Wines, Brandiw, Havana and Do mestic Ciiara. pAsnoi.Fist A- Riva, janlO 12 North Cherry treet. Huchi'lorN HnlrKllyeli-Thls plendld' Hnlr Dye is the bet in the world. The only rue and perfect Due Harmless, Reliaffle, In stantaneous. No disappointment. No. ridicu lous tints. Natural Black or Brown. Remedies the ill effects of Bad Due. Invigorates tho hair, leaving it soft and beautiful. The genuine is signed William A. lialchelor. All others are mere imitations, and should be avoided. .Sold by all Druggists and Perfumers. ' 'Factory 81 Barclay street. New York. de'29-ly To Consumptive". Tho Advertiser, bar ing been restored to health In a .few weeks, by a very simple remedy, after having suffered several years with a severe lung affection, and that dread disease. Consumption is anxious to make known to his fellow-sufferers tho means of cure. To all who desire it, be will send a copy of the prescription used, (free of charge), with the di rections for preparing and using the same, which they will Gnd a sube Cuuk rou Consuuptiox, Asthma, Bbokchiti3, 4c. The only object of tbe advertiser in sending the Prescription, is to benefit the afflicted, and sproad information which be conceives to be invaluable; and hopes every sufferer will try this remedy, as it will cost them nothing, and may prove a blessing. Parties wishing the prescription, will please address Rev. EDWARD A. WILSON. Williamsburg. Kings county. New York. oct23-ly LEA & PERRINS CELKBRAIED WORCESTERSHIRE SAUCE,, PRONOUNCED BY COX.VOIMtUti'H KXTUArr of a Letter from a MEDICAL GEN .TLEMANnt Mad ras, to his brother at Wobcest r, x icci TO BK THK "ONLY GOOD SUJCE" and applicable t.i livory Vm-lety or IIISH. "...4 411UJ, iAJi, nns that their SAl'CE is highly esteemed in India, ana is, in my opinion, the most palatable as well ua tho most wholesome SauCB that is made," Thn Ml AT' of this most delicious and unrivaled. condiment having caused many unprincipled ilea OU' dealers to apply tno name to sruuioca povnds, the i'UULIU 13 kespectfui.lt ana EAR nkstIt requested to sea that thenames of LEA 4, PERRINS aro upon tho WKAPPER. LABEL, STOPPER and BOTTLE. Manufactured by LEA i PERRINS. Worce5te-. JOHN DUNCAN'S NONS. New York, Agents for the United States. octl8 lyini SAMPLES AND PRICES STONE'S 11 IV Kit UTILITY WORKS. Red Cedar Wooden Ware, Hut'lxelH, Pails. Ete. ALSO. PITTSBUR Gr t- ros GLASS, For Grocers and Druggists. Sample and Price List at ray Omce. i'liftni ber l Cuiiunprce Rnumv. GEO. F. AKER9, feU9 tf COMMERCIAL BROKER. PXIOIV RANK NOTES. WANTED, 875.000 UNION BANKNOTES or CerliCcates ofDeposit, for which 90 cent in the dollar will be paid, if delivered at the Bankini? House of the National Savings Company within the next thirty days, febit-lw THOS. S. MARR. Pres't. ST. CLOUD HOTEL RE-OPENED. rpiIIS POPULAR FIRST-CLASS HOTEL IS X now open for the reception of guests, at 8:i BO per day. .1. It. WINBOURN, Proprietor. feb21-lm Late of City Hotel. FOR RENT. r HUE BUILDINO KNOWN A THE 1 Brewery, in North Nashville, on Jefferson street, with a large lot and stabler. .IAMBS WHITWORTII. Or. F. R. CHEATHAM, de.-27-tf No. 87 North Cherry street. Drs. Cullender & Bnist, JIIAXWKI.I. HOr.SR NO. 70, (Next door to Masonic Hall,) - A fel3-3m CHURCH STREET." HOARDING. rilWO NICE ROOMS. WITH BOARD. IN A X small raraily. may be had by npplyliir nt No. It Summer etreet, a few doors South of Church. feblVLV NOTICE. PERSONS HAVINU CLAIMS A LL uirninat lhe, puilnfp of Wm. I. Drake, do- ceaseil. will present them, properly authenti cated, as prewrilied by law, or the- will be for ever barred. feb24-4t .1. B. DRAKE, Adm r. AT IT AGAIN. M. 0. SULZBACHER, WHttLBSAl.S AM) RETAIL BBiLES N Groceries, Wines, Liquors, ('lKTirt, Tlnrro, rijptlufN, Etc., No. 13 North Market Street, bet. Church and Union, NASHVILLE - TENNESSEE. TN CALLING TOUR ATTENTION TO THE X above card, I would respectfully notify you that I have jut recaived, and have now on band, a eeeaplet ttock of Fresh FHinily Orocerie. Wine. Liquors, Cigars. Tobaccoptc, etc., aad all articlw to be found in a well resulated ttore. Having all farilitios to procure the best tend rheapet good in market, I ofer to my friftnds and patrons such iodoceaieaU u will make it to their advantaze to anil Kt examine my stock and pnea before aakniK their purchases else where. Thankful lor paat patronace, I solicit a CS-. XX- SMITH, A T TORJTET AT LA "W NASHVILLE, TBNN. OFFICE, No. KhZCaerrr ret North of Deadorkk Krtet. liept 1 1 -r 1 l-SI Gold opened in New York yesterday at f ' 13$ J advanced to 140 at 11:30 ; declined trl39j at noon, and dosed at 189. Deal- S ers ,ere were paving 137$, and holding at "iria T'lly. Cioyeriinient secitritips were quoted in New York yefttenlay as folloivH : 5 20s.coui.ons ., - UlWeill lid seriet, eoupons.-.... lOSJ o-j,h. m series, coupons :-ahi, new issue - 1 10-40 1 7-.'!iV. . 7-3ft. 2J and-Bd- l(r5$aiOSK Tennessee Bonds - f'4 London advices of the 23th inst. tjuote United States 5 20'a at 73. Exchange on New York was bought at par by the banks'here; and sold at -J- pre mium. But little was done in Bank of Tennea nesiee money. Brokers were offering 25c and holding at 33e, with no buyers or sell ers. Union and Planters' bank note were unchangad. The former was bought at 90c, and the latter at Soc, with but Utile offer ing for sale. Southern bank notea were very dull and rather lower. Nashville corporation checks were dull at 10c discount. Tennessee bonds' sold in New York on lhe 20th inst. aa follows: 51,000 ex-coupons at C7jo; $12,000 at 67Ac; $40,000, new, at5c; $S,000 at CCc, and $18,000 ex-coupons at 07c. The New York 2W6une says, in its money article of the evening of the 25th of Feb ruary: The eeneral share market is dull, and the fluctuations quite small. The number of specu lators has decreased visibly, and a large propor tion of tho crowd which thronged William and Broad JtreetJ durins the rebellion, have returned to their legitimate business. Speculators for an advance hare since New Year suffered losses sufficient to account fr the absence of all who-havc left, as well aa for the wcakneM of those who remain, ltnrinethe rebellion, specu lation attracted railway property to the street, and the losses have, in consequence, fallen upon those who have made such rapid tortunes by the advance. ... The following table will show the decrease in value upon a few of the fashionable stocks since a.m.2. 1807: Decrease in Jan. 2. Feb. 2. market value Atlantic Mail ..110 S3V- SSfiO.000 Pacific Mail 173 New York Central.113 Fort Wayne..- 105 Erie, common 67K Mich'an Southern.. SVA CAP --ru 91 N. W., common 46 N. W.. preferred- SIM CAT 125 Rock Island Mi'A. 130 102 9G 81 1 56 C5k 119 4.000,000 2.500.000 847.000 2.6S0.000 910,000 540.000 1.300.000 2.21P.000 300,000 620.000 ...$19,237,000 ... 1,000.000 ... 2,500.000 ... 375,000 ... 250.000 ... 1,250.000 ... 700.000 500.000 ... 1,000.000 ...$24,312,000 Total fall in 11 stocks. - Delaware and Hudson Coal Cumberland Coal - Wilksbarro Coal. Spring Mountain Coal Western Union Telegraph..... Quicksilver Mining Co Mariposa Mining Co. Union Navigation Co Total 19 stocks. This difference in market values gives an idea of the extent of the collective loss to what is known as the " street," and why speculation for an advance halts. Erie and Cumberland show a loss of about J5.000.000. In this period there has been a large advance in government stocka of all issues, and a steady rise in hank shares and railway mortgages, the whole movement show ing a disposition on the part of peo ble to put money where it can draw "certain interest," instead of leaving it where it takes the risks attendant on the " ownership " of railways and unprofitable mines. According to a return made to Congress, the Treasury held in the various deposito ries in the country on the 1st of February, 97,330,50S in icoin, and - $45,72.5(039 in currency. The statements of the New York City ' banks for the week ending Saturday last, February 23, compare as follows with the previous week, and with the corresponding wetk latt year ; to which we add the specie , and currency balances in the New York office of the United States Treasury at these dates, respectively : Feb. 24. tu. Feb. 23, '07. Feb. 16. 'oT. Nat'l Caf.l.. $72,407,700 K74.207.700 $74,207,700 Local Cap'l. 8,878,500 i,2,f0 9,0C2,50il t - 1 - Total Cap'l.. Loans Gold A- Gold Notes Oth'rL.Ten. S1,G3G,200 i33.270,200 131,270,200 239.776,200 Z57.82i,994 2f,lJ.1.323 14.213.351 13.513.456 14.792,620 C1.602.72G eS.lM.895 61.642,910 133.211.404 193.42047 196.072,292 Deposits ... Clrcfllatrnn.. ffi.959.OTS 88,008,141 3g,SS6,SB IniSub Tr'y. 107.Oj3.ihg j:52.wj.i iiy.su.'.w The following are the changes from the previous week's statement : Increase in Loans S4.692.CCG Decrease in Specie..... 1,279,1 it) Decrease in other Legal Tenders 1.4S9,04! Inoreae in Deposits 2,343,05f. Increxe in .Circulation 49,332 The amount of National Bank currency issued during last week was $199,405. To tal amount issued to date, $301,004,421. Front this is to be deducted the currency returned, including worn-out notes, amount ing to $2,811,032, leaving, in actual circu lation at that date $293,853,389. The re ceipts from internal revenue on Saturday were $534,554, making the total amount for last week $2,400,320. Counterfeit one dollar bills 011 the First National Bank of Worren, Ohio, and counterfeit five dollar bills on the First National B:nk at Mansfield, Ohio, nre afloat. The heaviest single shipment of cotton from New York to Europe this season, was niade on Saturday, 3,103 hales, for Liver (pool by the new steamship Chicago. The same steamer carried out 30,870 bushels of corn, and 851 tierces and other packages of provisions. GENERAL JffARKETS. Nashville, Feb. 23, p. m. , Cotton. The cotton market was more active to-day, and a better feeling pre vailed, under the stimulating effect of fa vorable dispatches from : New York. The sales sum up 223 balesas follows : 14 at 20ic; 1 at25ic; 49 at 20c;15 at 20c; 10 at 25c; 2 at 25c; 73 at 1720c; 53 at 1820c Bales. Received - 210 ' Shipped - -2S Corn-. Sales at 9Sc$l delivered nt the depot., , Oats. 7580c per bushel. 1 Hay $2723 per ton. Grocemih. Markets active and soles large. Prices firm at our last quotations. It'f-4ll by Hull. N. & D. Railroad, Feb'. 23.-54 bales cotton, 4 sacks sheeting, 15 sacks rags, sun dries. Ily Hie Hlvetv-rifc,,, A. Steamer X$(twlIe,'jKm GilkjKafc l.bU flour' f0060 'shingles, 1002 i8Hf rconi, 4 casks bacon, 4 casks and 4 bbls oscoa nuts, 2 bbls almonds, 42 plough 6 hhds sugar, 12bxs and 3 llbls oraugeS.U flkgs falens 1 bx mdse, 12 tons Iron, Mindries. j iontheru Cotton MnrkeU. C11 tRLFSTOtf, Feb. 25.-Thfl market wa Irregu lar the advantage sometimes being with the buj er.and other with the sellor. tot firmnesa in some transactions being mainly diie t the (ex tremely imall amount of cotton offering, the sales were 4IC bales. We quotethe marketivme what unsettled and nominal, fi follows: Ordi nary 28c. low middling 29c, middling 3fic, strict middling 31c. , Savansah. Feb. 26. P n.-Cotton dull and de clining middling 2tc. j Abobsti. Feb. ii The market wo very -reirular to-day, and pme have doclined X to le since yeterday. Aliddliss cotton sold dorig tbeday at23hto 29 cents. The offering loct and reeeipu were very "gnu , Mi con. Ua . Feb. a.-Tnere was not macb of a demand for oottoa to-day, mouga aa ei we disposition on the part of many bower w raua I ..nonl .nd New lorfc marKeis. Ol i-eu u iu. uvuiMiiui r , f middling were mvle at2l.4e. Strict middling would command 25c. CoiwuBOS. U, Feb. lii-Our markotwas duil ru.i.r hnt triihaat auotable change In prices. There is apparently bat little dou to operate 6Q tbe part of either bnrart or seller. . MLUrnia. Itss., Feb. 23. llie market re main, duff and heaw. wtth Hltle d4nr lntbt market. The contlnaed dopresjeen pi ibo Llv erFOOlondNewlTWk market hu a orre9ad' in- effect on the market hereMi wniesjaeatly1 mm mm thcrefs'ltttleor nothinfrdoincr,whtiopriecs.arai irregular and unquotable, sales Tor tbe day foot up small; middling at 27c. 2?k-28c; low miaaiinsrat 3S3y?e. ; strict midillins at 29' ic. 3IAHKETS BY TELEGRAPH. Xcw York Markrt. Nkw York. Feb. 23. Cotton !f lc better, but decidely less active. Sales of 800 bales at 31'4 32c for middling uplands. Flour market dull, and 510e lower; sales of 2500 bbls at $S 7S9 IK); superfine state and western S10U ; common to medium extra western all 50112 15 extra choice do. 10 S'311 75. Whbky qufct and steady; no receipts. Wheat market dull; sales of 20.000 bushels at $2 15. liarley more aetive; sales of 42,000 bushels at 9092c. llarley malt more active; sales of 12,000 bushels at $1 30. Foreign Markets. Liverpool, Feb. 23 evening. Cotton closed fairly active, and sales of 12.000 bale-. Pric e advanced i for middlings. Loxdos, Feb. 23 evening. The cloiaa;imtea of 5-20H was Consols 91. a f Cliicliiuntl Miirkcl. Cisnx.VATi, Feb. 23. Flour unchanged: super fine S7 7.rHS10 2S: trade brands 311 50 13 50: and fancy $U1G. Wheat firmer for the better grades. wnicn are wanted tor seed, and JNo. 1 sold at $2 to; extra at $2 602 65; No. 2 2 202 25, tho sunnlv of which is irood: No. 2 winter S2 90. Corn steady, but less active. atC2G3c in elevator, and 7773c in sacks. Oats firm at 62c for No. 1 'in elevator. Rye firm at SI 25 for No. 1. Whlsky firmer and held at 2fc, but no sales. Cotton firmer with buyers, but there are no sellers, at 23c for midlling uplands. Mess pork firm, and not much done. Sales of country packed at $20, but city is not offered below $2050. There is an active demand for bulk meats and prices i cent higher, sholders, sides and hams 7)10. Bacon wa? in better demand at for shoulders; clear sides 12: sugar cured hami WyjStVM; plain do 13c; Lard i not offered, and prime Kettle renderd city can not be bought below 12c; all the country rend ered offered at 12c was taken. Butter dull and piices are lower, closing at 2t26c; Eggs dull IWalGc. Clover seed firmer, with sales ot prime at $3 75; Timothy unchanged, prime to choice $3 303 40. Flax $2 302 35. Sugar firmer at 1215c. Coffee firm at 262Sc for fair to choice Rio. Molasses 85390c. for New Orleans. Gold buying, and U selling; RIVER NEWS- The river was rising rapidly last night, with 20 feet water on Harpeth Shoals. There were heavy rains yesterday, and the prospect at present is good for a flood, tide. The Nashville was the only boat in port. She was delayed, and got into port too late to leave at her regular time. She will get off at 10 a. sr., to-day, for Cairo. The Talisman, from Cairo, is due this morning, and will leave on Saturday. The Columbia, from Pittsburg, and the Ida, from Cincinnati, left Louisville for this port Wednesday. A dispatch from Cairo, dated the 27th, says the river has broken through the levee at Columbus, Ky., and partially in undated the place. For Cairo, SI. I.ouU, aiempliiN and New Orlennft. milK SPLENDID PASSENOEU I CJ. HIOIIVII T l l',rr.w SiUiW. Alaster. JonXNT HAEPKE." Clerk, will leave as above on FRIDAY, the lstinst,. at 4 o'clock p. m. For Freight or Passage apply on board, or to CORBETT & BOYD. Agents, 41 and 42 Front street. W. A. PEEBLES, or marl-It HARRISON & SONS. Agents. For Cairo, St. Lonls, Memphis aiut New Orleans. milE SPLENDID PASSENGER I t turner TALISMAN. Strovo. Master. Cant. B. F. EoiN. Clerk, will leave as above on SATl'KDAV, the lit mst., at 4 o'ciock P. M. For Freight or Passage apply on boanl, or to or Fassajre apply on CORBETT Jfc BOYD. 41 and 42 Front street, or HARRISON 3c SONS. Agents. ,marl-lt Tuos. a. Makb. Pres't. L. Q. TAauox, Casli'r. NATIONAL SAVINGS' COMPANY, Corner Dniou and College Strata. Tbe following are the rates paid for uucurreiit mouey . These quotations r) HabU to fluctuate, but nay tie d!uded ou a sufficient leugtli of Hum fur rendtt&nn-d to b received by mill or exptvss. If for. witrded ttithout deU) . TKNNESSKK. Dtiuk of Tennessee 25 Bnk of Tentiesse, datod 13fll 05 Hnt6r' Bank 85 0uton Bank iH Unlou BankCertf. PO Bank of C1iattanoogi...l,r " Commerce. --par " Knoxville 06 " Memphis par ' Middle Tenu...St6 " Paris. par 11 the Union... .par ' WestTenn 45 Buck's Bank par City Bank 60 Commercial Bank 93 Merchant' Bank par Northern Bank par Ueorgia UailruaJ aud BanUug Couipau) ...93 Bauk-orMidJIeCi 7& Marine Bauk ... 95 Bank uf Augusta.. ...... 36 August Insurance. .....0T, Bank of Athens ..10 " Columbus.. 10 " Commerce .....05 " Hmp)rwStatea0 " Fulton " Savannah. .....33 " theStateBfUa.il) City Bauk of Augusta30 Farmers' aad Mechan ics' Bank OS Mechanics' Bank i2 Merchants' and Plant ers' Bauk 03 Planters' Bank 12 Union Bauk (r'i NORTH CAUUL1NA. Bank of Cape rear 20 Charlotte 211 " Clarendon .. . 05 " Commerce .... ta " FajetteTille....OS " Leiluglou Ill " N.' Carolina 30 " Wadesboro' 20 " Washington ...05 " Wilmington ...15 YaneeyTllIe....05 Commercial Bank .....15 Farmers Bank of N. Carolina .20 Merchants' Bank..... JO Bank of Roxboro'. 25 Miners' and Planters' Bank 20 VinaiNIA. Bank or Berkeley 81) ' Commerce 45 " Howardsrlll..25 ' tho Old Domi nion J) Richmond " Rockbridge ... 50 " ttocklnbam ID " Scottsvllle JO " the Yalley or Virginia IS " Wrginia .25 " Wheeling .90 ' Winchester ....6f Central BankofVa..20 BanTille Bank 20 Exchange Bankof Va.15 Fairmonnt Bank .75 Farmers' Bank of I'iu- Ocoeo Bank 15 Bact ot Shelby villa SO Southern Bank. Traders' Bank par Life and General Insu rance Company SO SOUTH CA HO UNA. Bank of Camden 40 " Charleston......!' Chester... 12 " Georgetown. ...13 " Hamburg 15 Newberry 40 the State South Carolina 15 Commercial Bauk....0.S Kxcuauge Bank. 15 Farmers' and Exchange Bank 03 Merchants' Bank. 12 Peoples' Bank 35 Planters' Bank or Fair field 0T Planters' and Mechan ics' Bank.. 17 State Bank 7 Southwestern KallroadA'S Union Bauk 5 LOUISIANA. Bivnk of America. par Louisiaua fin " New Orleans. ..9.". Canal Bank. Citizen's Bank ..9.1 Crescent City Bauk 93 Louisiana Slate Bank..90 Mechanics' and Traders' Bank....., 93 MercnantsBank.. 90 Southern Bank par Union Bank 95 catl 30 New Orleans Scrip 90 Farmers' Bank of V.. 15 Manufacturers ami ALABAMA. Bank of Mobile 95 ' Montgomery.50' " Selma 20 Central Bank .03 Commercial Bank. 12 Farmers' 20 Merchants' Bank 40 Merchants' and Me chanics' Bank 75 Norwestern Bank. 90 Southwestern Bank .30 Traders' Bank ..20 Eastern Bank 45 Northern Bank. 52 Southern Bank.. 95 GEORGIA. Central Railroad Bank95 Nashville & Chatrn K. R Stock 30 LouisTille & Nashville Tax Receipts ... ...90 ; WINO. TOI1EY & CO., Corner Tiilon and fliprry SI., Oiinnnile Itunk oT Teiux'sn-f. Ilnnkfn, ninl Dpnlcrn In lull, Nlivpr, (lororn tnenl NIockN, Conipotimt lulerem VoleH. Ijiml Warrant ami Koiilliprn Hank Nolp, PLOatSO PBICF3 TniS PATP. Buying. Buying Qold 137 V. S. Bond. '31 100 5-20's 1st series 'iT2 110 " 2il " 'iVt 1Q7 " 3.1 " 'CA m Silver M LAND WARBAXW. 4ft, warlSl2S 40 80. " $ 85 120. " iiai 1C0. " $148 1C0. net 1312 iUS Tr.NNESeRE BANK XOTK8. Rank Tcnn obi 25 " dated 'l!l Of. Planters! Bank &5 New (Jan 3c July) 105W coup, nnu mi Aug7-ifsl.'"t series 105 June " 2d " lf July " :."V1 " lft Comn. Int. Note. June, 1I 11G July " Au(f ()ct ," Ueo ' May,l!' lib 115U 114U 113 Union Rk 3c Cert' W Rank.ChattaMega 16 ft5 45 SO 5 IS HI " 51 kl Tean 110 " WwtTenn " Shelbyville VWi City Bank iV, Commercial Bank ('( Oeoee Bank Sept Oft Tenn Bonds " CnujOBS LiN RKtax rec Wi 'Southern Bank W) 'Life AQenlBsCo 50 Corporation scrip Alan the hiffheat price paid for all kinds of Southern Bank Notes. I'nntea fnee iih lur- mshed when desireu. We ars sei.lisu V. 9. Revenue Stamps at Gov ernment rates of Discount. Salting. Selling per 500 toliRXIl percent dif. I! el mum J 1 dollar N. Y. Exchank-e.l 10 pr. ocxuany. Cincinnati " 1-10 pr1 Bremen $1 16 per 1 gW Louisville " 110 pr. Thaler. Memphis " Vlprera. BerllntJIOSperl Proit- f mall Drafts 'A " Man Thai or. oreig-n Kichanse Munich I 6At England 1 S7 00 per .Fraakfart per one Ireland one pasd Amatterdamji Guilder. Scamand()6ter)lfv, ' Corprfratioa .fcheeSii per cent diMduat. DapMits received and eoilections made on all accessible points. Omea boars. 8 A. u. lo & r. u. Dwefiing iJoiiBe Tor Rent On Union Street, I l tttu- 1 (Oppsxite Xew Theatre. nevSS- "A &Wr & NO. 21 BROAD STREET, Between Market md Cojlego street?, W1 llOLES.VI.KUAKEnS AXH COX FECTIOarKUS. Mannfaotureri" 6f all kinds of Cffmirot Uraoker. Cakes and -Bread., Dealers in all kinds otruiu. ants, Jialstns ami Sardine?. Oysters, Canned Fruit, PMl, Notion?, etet, etc. The attention of tho city and country mer chants repecttull? solicited. ? WM. K BEGAN, SaleeBian, - A. AkW. kaxxii:. fib33-ly D1SSOLUTIO iV. rpHE COPARTNKHSIIIl' IIKUstTOFOKK X eiWtins under the name and style of . . l . . i I : . 1 : . aiurn .v nitric is svrwr unvimi oy uiuitttll censont. BBNJ. BORK, having purchased the entire interest nf the firm, is hereby autltoriied to receive all onia for accounts due the firm. 1'. R. ALBKRT. BENJ. BOUK, Nashville, February, lStTT. . j r- ' j Jilt. DKX.I. BOKK, havini purchased my entire interest in the CLOTHING HOUSE. NO. 41 .nAKKtrr STRKirr,(new number.) It affords me great pleasure, in retiriiiK from the bufine. to recommend Mr. Bork to all our aid customers and the public in Kene.nl, and hope luuy win cuuiinue tueir puirouuge, so uueraii extended to the old firm. feb22-lw I". R. ALBERT. six: tons, TN STORH AND QHFKP.ING LQW. AT- , 1 i i km.m: a .siir.usiAN's. " Puro Alabaster" White Lead, whiteness and Gneneu unsurpassed. .The "RIVKRDALE" Brand we5 ifre orTertiiif VUr low. Both the above brands put up in neat tin Buckets. SOOll jiouiuU Ground Colors, l'nlnl Ilriixliex, Kir.. El., For sale at IlI.INi: A- .SIIKU.nA.VN, Masonic Building-, , fel0-2m-sf. No. S.5 Church st. LARGE STOCK or Choice .Selected Plonero. Plnulx, Nhrttliliery and Kverijreeni. . THOMAS (URTLAXl), (JAKDKNKK, JBROAD STREET, West of Cumberland Ilospitul, ' HAS ON HAND THK CHOICEST AND most extensive stock of Nativn and Ira ported Flowers, bhrubbery. Deciduous and hvercreen" Trees. Hose?, Yiues. Greenhouse ami Bedding Plants about Nashville, wbish will bu sold at lowest cash prices. Those in want of such are solicited to examine tho stoek nt the Garden. feb22-3m txr it t K AUK XOff IlKCriVINO ONE if the largest and beet assorted Spring Stocks of WALL PAPER WllOW SHADED Ever LrouKlit to this citr. and are offering: great inuuceineius to purciiaserg. ... . r SIR. I .11. 4JOIUIY. the oldest nnd mist accomplished Decorator in Nashville, is foreman over our Paper Hanging and Deco rating Deparrtment, nnd we in every instance insuro sati.-l.iction. Lull ana examine mil B'tock before purchasing. JOIfiV W. Ill Ms sir !0., (Successort.tu Mexritt S: Hill.) 70 I'lIITIM'U HTJtlliri'.lnew number.) Oiiposite Maxwell Hue. feblt 3msi A. OA.Ttr TO THK TKAVELLING VVWLW. -i-r tti. .x y; ...... rr i .. 7 ! STAGEY HOUSE, Xnlivllle. Tenn. I HIS H01M1! WA COMPLBTBD AND 1 . opened Jjjjfliiar 1st, lti. Nashville has long neajMifWrTlsjuse. built expreslr fr a Hotel; There'rnrt. toe proprietor takes pleasure in notifying tho pulmc that he has provided 1'ur their acroiumaduti((n a V PR S T-C )I. A S S ir O V S E , Where they will find every comfort that the improvement in Hotel buildiug now afford. Tbe WATER CLOSETS, so important to the comfort of guests, are of the must convenient and improved character. The proprietor has iust completed a splendid improvement on the ursl floor of this Hotel. In the shape of an Elegim! Ulllliird Koom, with new and improved Tables, and attentle nien'N I'arlor und Ilendlnir Jlooiu. all of which nre connected by handsome arches, with thfe Bar -and Otlice.'giVing'n fine view of Hie whole from any one point, making one of the firiest places of resort for bus!rie men uf the city, travellers and guests of the Hou-"e,where lie will be pleaded ti meet all. I J. EDWAKD STACEV. I'rop'r. t A. JONES, CUrk, For many years proprietor nf the "Stucey Hpuse'Zanesville. 0. feb2 4weod , AD. BORNEMANN, LONDON, .MADISON COUNTY. OHIO OFFERS FOR SALE osage oiaxai. seed. I'er Ititslicl. 8er.i; i'er Uinrt. 8I.OO. NEW AND PRIME SEED. JUST RE ceived from Texas. Grout care has been taken in curing this seed, and I consider it a ery superior artiele. TERMS-CASH. Please send your orders now, beeauie there Js a great demand at present for this seed. ian9-tri-ww3m HUHTSVILLE HOTEL J. M. VVSABLB. H. V. W1M.AR0. J J. VRXABLt. VENABLES k WILLARD, fTAVE LKASUD THE ABOVE NAMED Jl Hotel, in the city of Huntsville. Alabrtma. for a number of years, and have opened it for the reception of Traveler and Hoarders. The House Is ocknowledned to be one or the most admirably constructed houses of entertain ment in the whole country, in all or it appoint ments, for the comfort and convenience of Kueets, and is situated in a delightful locality, nonvenient to all business portions of the city. It has been thoroughly elean.'ed and put in the best order. THK PEN IO It OF TIIK rilUl U the well known landlord of the ; " Venable House." and all the lessees have had considera ble expetieAee in hetel keeping, ami flatter themselves that they have aiulred a favnrable reputation a caterera for the tmbne taste ami aomfort. They are determined to jore no rea sonable expease or effort to minister to the wants of their patnrtw. T JI E T A II I K Will b fupplled .with the beet the nmrkHs alford. ireiAra inthtf wust palatable Mr le. A.BAE, Furnished with giww nquors. aisll With i'betan Tables, are eonneeled with the Hotel. , , Prices will We the same as those nf other Sr.-1 elass IlHteta. - 1 . )qlrtw! Nashville I'sion ami DispaU-h pooy three times per week three mofttbAand semi bill lo bisolliceforcjlleciiiin. Ituximtle M-prmte!. TWINES ONLY. KUTAULISU Kl) IHIft. JmneH I,.TrMern, 49 Ileekiuisn .I,N. Y mWIMRS FUR UKA1N. V,0.FFK, !LT 1 andUuano .Sseks. Cutlun Ulas. UsuBsp. WrappiDfr. Writio. New. Bonk and Sand Paper. Paper Haaffmni. Seine ami Gillin Rets. Fly Nets, Spiadle ndiM and UmCfdA. Jjt bacco, Wm1 and Hop fwine. Mattra.. Tuft ia. StitebiB-, Druum. lSiBdio, .Sem. Hail, klTilesthfr Hrure. Dry flodf ffrK?ers. Drug?itt.tifp umy. rPr and IlrooB Makers, Htatuiuers, rpnolstei ers. TishertaeM, Weave, ami all Other Traders; Cotton, CfeaHt ami PUw Lines. Trot, dtairinsr and Oat Libcsu jjfetapU ova lie eo ami orders It wilk U. RWING X CV.. Xasbvtllir. Tena. HHtW 4tuaw-n bihtV'roV nht ' DAP. aflRBET. BETWEEN OtIHRI Lawyer. A 4. t Him i H o to 53 W o o a: Mi m -5 IM r s o B o kJ I r, , lasB33' Of E0WLAND. SPERRY&C0 1 Cotton Factors, COMMISSION MERCHANTS WHOLESALE GROCERS, AMD Asenlslor lhe FrmiUIlii raelorjr, NO. 40 WEST SECOND STRHSFj " - (Ml CINCINNATI, OHIO. x t,r , sv JONSIGNMHNTS OF cotton; TOIIACI'O, DmnD-FItUITivK Solicited, ami liberal "Cash" alraes i the imc IKIH'IAM), SI,IlUUY,ti,J4l.i -,f . nnv2S-3m . j :il CIO T H I N ;A I.nrRe nnd Hlejrnnt Nloclt of ' " ' ' oiRi t s u id o Tin ar Am t Of superior make and quality, man the Store of 1 ,-. GEO. B. ABBOTT, . -i i-. NO. .52 COO.ECSE STREET, J , (Near the SewaRM House.) ' ; ' " OVK11COATS, . - . ni'.SINKNS NUITM. ' ! '-'J PANTS AND VILVTH. ''' ! ,vft I lilt.; Also, a largestock ot ' ' ' t - ' t I'reiicli mid English , -A Cloths, Casimeres aud VeshrJ";; Carefully sclecte.1 frm the stwlr nf the'prttr " cipal importers, whivh will Ihi wade vn te swdes . . ' At the head of the , ill..!. MaiuitaciiiriiiK I)ciuiriuu.ni4t I U ,i We have a Cutter of approved eellne, at,., will guarantee that style, tit and workiaaath.p'" shall give entire satiifHetion. Ar 8Striene ait". nearly TWHNTV VBAKS iu MwdyiHg. wants tuid tastes of the cititen of NatHK. wart&t 3 the awrauce that everrhody wtH sW ' ((oo-ls m please them ut no. tta coi.i.Eur. sntnirr. We oSer. also, a lirse stock ol it , BOYS' CLOTHING, 'VJ! .Made to order in some of the iHtst estuUibaist4i."" in New York stylish, well made, ami VerrW4 " sodablsin price. .-r ' l-'IXE I.INEN SHIRTS, ... Of the Le-t umnufacturc. C.VniMtSHIUTS AND DltA WB,' Citifar. UMrntii, 8mIo, IliurtM, ISIr.. Ktr. ' GEO. R. ARROX1Y j dec9 If :i! 4'olleire St n-etf- EDWARD S. JONES1 - t 4sii Wliole.nle Dealer In "JP IP IE IR, , - 7 jjt No. 3 Inn Block, Public quai-eH' NANIIVf I.I.I.. TI'.NN. HAVING KSTAULI.Sll KO MYHKl.tf HR-.,M manenlly in Nashville, I take plssur ih inlorminK Printers and Publishers, and l"iff dealers generally, in tbii and adjoiniBf Stetes that having perfeetwl arraivyvmento wtlh wmsms of tbe leading manufactories in the Noith, I will b enabled at all times to supply tlwfaatrta sdnoble rates with all iiualitHM ef llojk ami News Paper, Flttt dtp. Letter, MiimiW, CalsMss) Paper of every v ariety, etc., etc. Also, a tnh stock of Printers' Inks always on bd: ' Ordiw from country Publishers) and rHatwnnwiHitwl ahd promptly attended to. , ' Ginsen?, lleeovax. Featheri, ami stil RrwtiT cf untry Barter purchased. Highest market price paid for Cotton. WWleft ana i.insey tvaifn. 1867 A. J. WAKRF.y. i j. 1., WMKLarv WEAKLEY & WAURMt - it . 1 no. 11 nokth 'oi.i,i:ui: NTKntrr, I 1 NASHVILLE TEJf.; ' MANUPAOTURWS; A.vn wnor.KMAr.il axi KHrrArr, DKALKK.S IN ALL KINDS Oik I'Aiti.oit, r1iA.1111r.it, IIININO-IIOO.il. II AM.. nmi niintm a, T URNIT ME'.'' I5IGOT3T1VO, ' !4IKINO, 1 -si IIAIIC j. MOVM, flOTTONf ANI NIIUCK .nATTKHSSFHr French and ABMrrltM. WINDOW GLASlSj AH3h, - ' fiTAINUO AMI 1'KOSTim tJIVSS,, , i l.O (H I . O - (I I. A HN IIS, fc 4 I.OHKINO.OiaVS IUV(IBCgt"c.j t-ii turf K INVITK SPKCIAI. ATTKNTI' our inn. Uutm.iuid wult OikmIs We iHUmi ty Kp wlM TVBlM m tm b fuuml 111 nr 1 nr iMrK4. ami otftir nb Mm- meets to imfckwMsr -j will mulm turn Wi isk Tj teit to buy frussi us. . N. 11 XH4h C4wr si., Hiirm39iilm rE ARK IN KKCKIPTI Tfrri Vllit "Clilmncjr Top." riowsr Pot" nmi Yfeej" To wMh we iriW aUaatiua. For Kent. " DY DECREE IXCHNCSRJ'. Iff X ef Jne. V. Walkw . t rlrf f lfm year Ui the folUwicut pf"Pr'y-.rL ... .. , Tbe Store House n-w orrupied arnvmnW. B. Cheatham 3c C , J" 1 1." ' ThtStore iloue ..n Church street Igmfiml Iqr iMeaiHaftt refi. Ami murfm SU HIW -'l W IRURIIHMU, is rent wni eauia:e.aa I'll I tiMWpMl UM BP WK BBSBBBBBM mistm. fSfc'.fl'. u srl l U