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oi-kmxu a. txosixo or the 1 First Aorlliorn. j. V " thidnight-.- -...fTOu. ,J Nrrand XortlieniVjjr Jy MifO A. MLw w;; -i'yO P. M. ritril Wavhliiirion nnd Southern" Tin ('hllttHIUIn. 15:00 midnight ...'.7.-00 a. it. Neronil Vii1iJiikI" nnrt Sunt hern vlft CliHltnniMjc. 4-fti p. v rM r- Dtralnr, SlmphU nnd Kfw Orlenn. 120 tstdnlgbt --.-AM p. M. rilK"flplt nnd Kenlucliy R. It. n-mx.it - WsMa.m. Northwestern K. ft. p. v - 1MB x. v- I. ban on vlft. Mace. , mldnjxut - Vfl r. m. Thomrjsvlltr via Stage. TiifJay r im midnight-. . Tuesday 5-15 P. u 'Jortlftn' Stare i In Hlnse. Monday iWhrttdfilght -1:K P.M, WednWMay no u Friday do d . . nmra 11ktir. o I jw. t f. p. v. Sundays . 7 1 9ir. UAII.KOAIt TI!ir. TABI.K. - ashviuj: Ar pttcatbr nAti.noADi.iNr. PfiiumUn ArMmmrbiltttinn Train Arrived Nash Tllle - . ..S .r I0.m i.eive Mall Atd Accommodation Train: . A. M p. v Leave KUim at. Arrive nl JTWhrllte ----! 2.40 A.V Memphis. Mobile and N. 0. Express: Leave Nebvttle t ........... 7.S0 Arri.eat Nashville - 2-" P. M. A.M. IirttPVILTJl'ANT) KAHIIVTIXR lUTLROAT). Leave Na-hvllle nt ft-M a. v. nnd 2.M r. v. Arrival Louisville at. l.nOp. x. nnd O-Crtr. M, i (at -V 7.0TA. M. and i)p.v, Arrive nt Nashville at-l.2S r. n. and 4.15 a. m. li.enger Car attacbed to Freight Train : Leve Narti vitlei Rt . ,TJ'? rrive at Nashville .11,0 a. m. N IMIVILLH AND CHATTANOOnA nAILROAD. Leave Nashville at MW a. M. and P. , Arrive at fihelhyville- M a. v. andA; r. . Arrive at Chattanooga - 2.00 P. . nnd itJU. h Leave Gbattanoosta 'M x. u. and ..4(1 p. v Arrive at Nathalie XW . . and J p. Leavrhfllnllle -r..a0 a. m. and ,12. i P- w rrivM at Saabville 11.10 . v. nnd 4. r. u. (sundayi exceiiled.) N AII VILLI! AND KORTttW'nSTrRN' UAILROA I fff . - revenger iraiii.-. Amvf ai'JonnoDTinc in - LrnrM .lobnson villa nt fj a. vrr.ve nt .VaMivlfle - nVHIMHI. AND Kl'-NTUCKY RAILROAD. Arrive at NaubvHle at i .eavc Xnivllleat ' p- u Maj. Grn. Porr, rommandlng the tliird military iiatrict, was in Chatlanoogi on the M iiint. Tun attention of stone maions is lirecteil to the advertieiuent or li. Farqniiaroon in thin morningV paper. HfniNn..HARTin! are all thefB9no.w. I'artreo Rnnt ftailr, anil liave uootriiiet tt the' PflV. Aixwum Uaron, an old cit'uenof Jladi--on oonnty, Alabama, diet! at his residence near Hnr.tsville, on the 0lU nit. G. & Co., College 'street, nreintro dnoing the Victoria skirt, an excellent article, of more lasting quality than the ordinary skirts. The MeMinnvillo Era thanks friend for aiding to increase its circulation. Let the work go on. All our country papers ought to have wide circulation. Thk McMinnville Era says the Radicals to oeeure a good turn out .Saturday to hear Colonel Stokes have made the negroes be lieve that those who do not attend will be fined five dollars. ' VmntrAflHiNO. Such of our citisens aj need white-washing done on their premi ses, and many of them do, are referred to the card of Mr. II. M. Bramble in this morning's paper. YiHTBBDAY was one of theprettiist days of the vernal season, and our streets were made gay by the bevies of beautiful ladies who appeared on llipm. Otherwise it was a very dull day. "A Qxxa or Hobdkrs at Work in In- ntANA" "IIORRIBLT! MURDKR AT flOS- VORT, Indiana''- were the captions of ar ticles in aXouTsville paper yesterday. In diana is in " God's country," ns Radicals term heathendom. Tur. Vigilance Committee case was not tried yesterday in the United States Circuit Court, as expected, hut was continued to the ne.tt term of the court. Whenever it n tried, it will be proven, we suspect, that the committee wag really a protection to men who are supposed to have been sent away from Nashville by itsdeoreo. Wk note that Gen. Thos. T. Smiley was one of the speakers at the Gallatin celebra tion, and his speech is spoken of as being exceedingly neat and appropriate. Tom always had a honied tongue, and intends 10 keep it till he "shuffles off this mortal coil." lint then it is doubtful if this event ever takes place, a he renews his youth every twelve-month. Yesterday a gentleman rode a spirited horse down Union street. Between Col lier's bookstore and College, there were three- light one-horse wagons. His horse i-ame in collision with one of these, and left it minus , a wheel; then, in his ecare, 1. nocked another into a "cocked hat," liarely missing the third ns he bounded on his way. Fortunately neither horse nor ruler was hurt. Towards the close of the day, another iem turned up on Union, but a contempo rary got that and we will not mention it. t mianino Up.- Our citisens are gen-t-rally responding promptly to the call of ihe city authorities to clean their premise', and thus aif in keeping the health of (he itv good. This is as it shonld be. But we would like to know what effect upon the jnitarv condition of a neighlorhood a pilf nhe would have. If injurious, uosome of ur good masters seem to think, then that pile near the southern end of the tiif stl nil iYit lit? nil rr At ni in tu removed. The noxious exhalations from it might r ..t l . inieoi me wnwe wiy. t. hand Concert. Our citrtens should bear in mind that a grand concert is to le given this evening at the chapel of the Shelby Female Institute, for the benefit of the Church of the Advent. The collection of music for the occasion will be uncom monly fine, and some of the bet ringers, lavonte? of the public, will take parti " fact, a richer treat has not often been pre sented to the music-loving public of Nash ville. Buy tickets early. Jwuhville Steam Brick Works.---sar the race track, a ptoain brick yard ha bren establihhcd, which turns out brick that, for strength and durability, is a sMjH'rior to ootunion-made brick as granite is to chalk. The immense pres sure used in manufacturing bricks by the new petimt machine renders them iroper- ious to moisture, and consequently well adapted for building purposes, their com pactness making the mcrtar adhere mare readily than with common-made briek. For cisterns ami pavements the steam-made brick is exactly the thing . Mewr. Mason, Adams A Co., the agents, gHaranteo to lay pavements awl line otstern with their new nck at i-t reasonable rates, besides warranting the work to last. We recom mend lnillders and others to neruse their advertleement in another oelumn, and to patronise the Nashville Sttam Brick Moore's Irisii Melodies. Mr. X P. Sullivan, the general'- agent for Terinew ee, lias laid upon our table the first part of a finely illustrated edition of Moore's Irish ;uciwut,i. it mu ire wuuiifucu in ien monthly parts, by Messrs. Riches Aloorc, of Uolnmbns, Ohio. This edition or the melodies of Jreland great poet will when bound in a stvle of liimnr ponding with its get up, be an ornament to any linrary. xtie countrymen of the bril liant poet should give .Air. Pnlliran a Jiber- Dr. M. Bernha rdt, No part of the hnman organitation hasreceivpd more care- fnl study than the delicately constructed optical apparatus on which depends nll the delights of viaion. In spite, howerpr, of minute dissections, and the mot painful research, hut little had been accomplished in supplying the Selects ol nature in the visual organ until very recently. Fine spectacles have been in use for many years. but in most instances they were but poor substitutes or the real eyes. It was reery ed for Dr. Bernhardt, the renowed optician and oculist, lo discover and introduce into com mon tipe the Australian crystal, which ena bles the near-sighted or "the asreJ to see with the quick and clear perceptibility of trie eagle eve of youth. Dr. B.can be con sulted daily at his office, St. Cloud Hotel TriE Phccsix MANrrArttjRiNa Com- pany. One of the most promising indut trial institutions of ihe city is this company It works in iron, and a visit to their shops is like being in nlcan's dominions. Hay, . ' " , . j i t t. , t ing recently come into possession of the celebrated " Worley Furnace," and being nearly ready to he entirely a home institu tion, this company proposes to oompete-with all others of everv name and character abroad. It is now daily engaged in turning out cooking and heating stoves, hollow ware, bridge and ornamental castings, water and ga pipes, verandahs, iron railings, store front", sugar andTiark mills, portable and stationary engines, and, in short, every thing that can be called for in the foundry andcasting line, at prices to suit -the times; On a brief visit to the establishment yester day, we found a large number of skilled artisans busy in all the departments of the business, and turning out articles in variety and finish unsurpassed by any similar es tablishment in the land. A number of iron vases, settees and revolving chairs were especially attractive, from the ele gance of their finish in all respects. ' We heartily commend the compirtiy to the pub lic; and (heir office nnd works will be found on the Lebanon pike, Rea. the city reservoir, College Hill. The IIur or the Universe Pay Homage to Southern Genius. At the dedication of the cemetery over the dead heroes of Massachusetts, it was necessary to find an inscription to be carved on (lie marble mausoleum, to tell (o future genera tions the glory and h6nor of her dead. All tiie brightest scintillations of Northern genius were scanned, all the poetic gems from Rjyant down to Emerson were re viewed, and nothing could he found suffi ciently terse and beautiful for an epitaph. Humiliating as this fact was, they had to select from the gems of Southern poesie an epitaph, which is to speak through marble lips, to unnumbered ages, the virtues of the Yankee dead. This appropriate verse was found in a poem entitled the "Burial or Titr Dead," written by Col. Theodore O'Hara, of Kentucky, soon after his return from the Mexican war. It is now engraven on the enduring maible, and is as follows - The tnufOcil drum's sad roll hag beat Tbo soldier's last tattpD; j "No tritre On Life's parade shall meet The brave and darinjr fetr. On Fame's eternal ramping ground Tbeir silent tenia are spread. And glory guards with solemn round The bivouac of the dead. City Retrenchment. Meeting with Captain Hays, City Auditor, yesterday, the subject of our city finances was made a topic of conversation. Tie informed us that the depreciation of corporation checks was a fact without rhyme or reason. The Street Committee have held a recent meet ing, at which it was determined to suspend street improvements for the present, and to discontinue all contracts that could pos sibly be dispensed with. This has been. for pome time, the heaviest drain upon our immediate resource', and this act of re trenchment will materially lessen the bur dens of present expenditure. With a per fect familiarity with the citv s indebt edness anil resources, Auditor Hays affirms that there is no more solvent city in the L nion than "Nashville is to-day. The present cash valuation of property owned by the city, exceeds its liabilities by several diumlred thousand dollars, and there is no occasion for the heavy depreciation of the corporation checks, which the holders have submitted to within the past few days. It may he fairly presumed that, in view of the necessary orders looking to n tho rough cleansing of the city preparatory to the heated term, the current expenses will he increased, nnd hence the necessity of suspending work upon the streets. By "this means the present city government expecta to get their financial attairs in ship-Bhape, and have everything snug at the close of the municipal year. Scott's Monthly. Nothing has ten ded more to depreciate the intellectual standard of the South, than the want of depth and research in our periodical litera ture. That the South has produced some of the best essayists who have adorned 4he i:. . r ; . 1 j but that it should find its development through Northern magaiines, instead of otir own, is a sad comment on our want oi en terprise, in developing a literature pe celiarlv our own. The South has at last broken the shackles which wealth and indifference had thrown around the intellects of her sons and daugh ters, and a new and bright era is now lawninff upon our land. 1 he time has commenced when every lover of polite literature can have his taste gratified, in purchasing our own magazines. We take great pleasure in this connection in calling the attention of the ladies, and all who wish to patronise and stimulate Southern litera ture, to SooH's AfoMV, edited by Rev, W. J. Scott, A. M., and Col. J. R. Barriok ; and published at Atlanta. Ga. h numbers among its contributors Mrs. C A. Warfield, James Mauriiv Thompson, Rev. II. C. Hornadv, Rev. Dr. Means and many other distinguished occasional correspondents. The April number is embellished with a line steel engraving ol Ater. it. wepnen. To the Pi'blic in General. Your at tention Is respectfully called" to the dally arrival bv express, of custom-made Boots and Shoe, at the Nashville Shoe Store, 74 North College street. mch.ac-.lm. m. jmorqanstbrn. Planters" llnnk 2 otcs Re deemed at par mavl lm U. Yt i Yr iv, twiner H&TS FOR THE THE LATEST NEW YORK, LONDON and ' PARIS STYLES, OP ALL ASO QBAMTT, AT WAIN & WALICEil'S. BElStl ItXOlil'Sn-BLY IN TIIE II AT and OA I' trtMinw, u pan offer a mora -teasive and railed H.vk tban anx other boom id the city. WAIX A WALKER, (Pnpc-rn t.. Watrld A Wallcr.l mxU tf go Vtrai.ir sgrAnr, lVOOI A SIfllFSON. X a. SO si nil rt'-l Front St., near Drofcd. OOILKRS. fUEET IRON BREECI1IXQ. i CUmnr and Fira Bads mada to ordr. Repairing Md everything la r tint proTaptlx attodd t. 6r30 3a SPRING! 4 h? l5Hm.TJ?Mpr -,CtRCTrr1GfltrRT'orTHn1UNiTED States Hon. a F. Trioo May 2d. United States pa. West H. Humphreys, indicted for treason : dismissed under order of United States Attorney General. O. C. IM.irove w. Vigilance Committee Nolle prosequi as to Byrd Douglas "a'nd Jho. J horonron. rase .continued lldmsxl term. Grand Jury returned, an indictment scainst John is. Howard lor removing whisfcv without ravin? tax not a true bill. RrroKDEB's Court. Ellen Stone. miiiE language calculated to provoke a breach of the peace, discharged. P. P. Kilhv, s3tne Offense, $50 and costs. A. Spence, disorderly, $25 and cost. Charley Hardin, disorderly and resisting an oflicer, 520 and costs. Wm. McKinley, disorderly, $5 andcots. Mort ht. Johns, drunfc. fell) and costs. Jas. T. Hubbard, drunk, SI 0 and costs. Itud fanner, disorderly, $2o and costs. Rout. Harmon, do., costs. Martha McNairv. disorderly, dismissed. Rachel Smith, disorderly. $50 and costs. J. W. Meehead, merchandising without license, $1 and costs. Criminal Court Hon. John Huau Smith. The misdemeanor docket was continued, and a large number of gaming and other unimportant cases disposed nt Magistrates' Courts. Ike Dortch was arrested at the instance of Lewis White, who charged him with assault and battery. He was taken, before 'Squire Mathews, who set the cape lor hearing at 10 a.m., to morrow. The other magistrates had none but civil caes. JJnie Bnll Convention. A State Convention of Base Ball Players met at Chattanooga on the 1st inst. The following clubs were represented ; Enterprise, Memphis.' Mountain City, Chattanooga. Lookout, " " Light foot, Lightbodiea, ii American, " Southwestern, " Knoxville, Knoxville. Holston, " Sturm, Tazwell. The meetintr was called to order by M. Brown, chairman of the committee. Mr. Clay C, Runyan. from'Slurm Club. ol lazwew, was appointed ilecordmg Sec retary 7ro tern. It was moved and seconded that a coir- mittce on credentials be appointed bv the chair. Oarried. Messrs. E. D. Lvons. Mountain Citv. C. V. oiegfrieu, ivookout, and li. J.l'owler, ljigtuioot, were appointed. It was then moved and seconded that a com mi tfee of three be appointed to draft a constitution and bv-laws. Carried. Messrs. C. C. Seigfried, of Lookout, R. L. Woodward, of nolston, and E. D. Lyons, of Mountain City, were appointed. and brought in the rules and regulations adopted by the National Base Ball Associa tion, which were read and adopted by sec tions, as the rules lo govern the Tennessee Base Ball Association, which were then adopted as a whole hy the meeting. It was moved and adopted that the Mountain City Club, of Chattanooga, be considered the champion cluh. The meeting then proceeded to the elec tion of officers, resulting ns follows: W. J.Ramsge, Lookout Club, of Chattanooga, President j R. L. Woodward, Holston Club, of Knoxville, 1st Vice President; M. D. Graham, Enterprise Club, of Memphis, 2d Vice President ; Spencer Munson, Knox ville Clnb, of Knoxville, Recording Secre tary ; G. M. Brown, Mountain City Club, of Chattanooga, Coi responding Secretary ; George S. Duncan, Southwestern Club, of Chattanooga, Treasurer. The following committees were then ap pointed: A Committee on Rules and Regulations was appointed by the President, consisting of the following delegates: R. J, Fowler, Lightfoot, chairman; G. M. Brown, Moun tain City: M. D. Graham, Enterprise; Spencer Munson, Knoxville; R. L. Wood ward, Holston; J. Whitney, American ; and L. Murrin, Light bodies. " Committee on Nominations R.L.Wood ward, chairman ; E. If. Brown, Mountain City ; Chatman, Enterprise. Committee on Judiciary Clay C. Run yan, Sturm Club, chairman ; Geo: S-Dnn-can, Enterprise ; R. L. Woodward, Houls ton; and E. D. Lyons, Mountain City. Also a Committee on Printing was ap pointed as follows: C. C Seigfried, Look out, chairman- Spencer Munson, Knox ville; R. J. Furlow, Lightfoot; and on motion W. .1. Ramage, President elect, was added to the committee. It was then moved and seconded that the proceeding of this meeting be published in the Knoxville, Chattanooga, .Memphis and Nashville papers, also a copy be sent to the New York Clipper for publication, which was carried. A motion was then made and carried that the first regnlar annt;al meeting on the second Wednesday of September, 1807, be held at Memphis. A motion was then made that a day be selected for a tournament of all the Base Ball Clubs in the State to contest for the championship of the same, which was lost. The New York Ledger, Pilot, Chimney Corner, Uiterary Album, Illustrated Spirit of the Times, Round Table, Bell's Life in London, Illustrated London News, London Society, Ladies Pearl for May, received by John York, 41 Union street. Great Excitement! It has at last been decided that the best Boots and Shoes can only begot at the Nashville Shoe Store, No. 74North College street. inch. 20-Hm. AI. Moroanstern. IVantetl. TnE People's Bane, corner Union and Cherry streets, will pay ninety-five cents for Tennessee Coupons due Jnfv 1, 1807. may 3 tf R, T. KIRKPATRICK ISO. 5S COLLEGE STREET, rs NOW IN RECEIPT OF HIS t'Sl'AL L fiipply of Sentonnlile Irycooli, and everv thins in tills line mar be found at bU pMahlishramt. of tbe bert quality, newt design, and at the lowest io3ibIe prioes. He hwn to reter particularly to his stock of Sprint nt Summer Ires Goods, eiiik nnd Iju-f Wrapping, mtinettlrx. Linen, House Furittsliliitr tlond, . Mastery, CllnvoH, And OSOPS .FOR ROYS' WEAR.. u.r1 lm DR. W L. NICHOL OFFICR: , Corner or C'lierry nnd lUiton street. Residence id NICHOLSON nOl'E. corner of Church and Sprnee t treats. feblS-am CNIOX RAKK NOTES. ALL UNION BANK NOTES AND CERTI Coatcs of Deposit for registered Notas paid , in loll, on presentation to the undersisrncd at the Bank, No. 31 College stroct, Nmhrillo. J03. W. ALLEN, Cashier. aprlz lmd.tgmw RESIOVEO. WO. McCOT HAS REMOVED FROM . Hardcaatlci. Geanctt t Co 76Sath Mar ket street, t OU COLLEGE STRKET. with Jasia3 tVhele;s & Co- and hereby authorize James Wholes. Co Xo sign BI1l of Ladia; ia my cam for the Nashville and Eastern Cotton Erpres. and the Baltiaora and Ohio Railroad W.O.McCOV. Asect for N, k E Gotten Eipre? tad Bzltimo r AOhlo RaUroad. aprl2 1e In Chancery at Linden, Tennessee. tArRit"EnE15o7.j William H- Lewis vs. Casenr. Eherrrrd k Co. Supplementary Attachment Bill TT APPEARING: TO THR COURT THAT 1 defendant Wm. F. Tnnleyds a non-resident nf the State cf Tennessee, s3 that the regular process oflaw cannot be lerved opoa bim. ItU therefore ordered by the poort that.pubncaUoa baasado for four piceeffira weeks intheNah vide fnioa and Difpatrh. a newspaper pnb' lbht In the rltr or Nashville. Tennessee, re qnirinisaid aetendant to apperar at the nert ttrin ol-the Chancery Court to b held In Ltn Jmw XVonnt, on the eeond Monday June, laOf. to plead, antwer or demur to complain anti bllL or the tame will U taken as cocfetied ai to him aadset lor heariBiex parte. R. M. IB0MAS. C. Jt 2A.- arrtSwtt SPECIAL NOTICES? Ntill House X Goon Ckanee lor Xts lUIers. Seven thousand (7000) bushels of Malt Barley and Rye. forcale at very low fignrcs. Call soon at No. 93 North Market street. , ajir30 if; , ; Medical. Not only in thi? citj-. but thU entire .country-has beenmb familiar 'With (he- reputation nf Dr. Coleman, as the most reliable and successful practitioner, in his speciality, in the South. Perhaps no physician has eiren more attention to, and applied himself more earnestly and assiduously to discover the ramt speedy and positive cure of lilseiwes of Fe males, Diseases of a private nature. naahaod's Debltllles, Self-nbusp, Ner vous Debility, Scxaal Infirmities, etc,. than he has. Patient.? who reside in the country can have, the remedies applicable to their Fev eral diorden forwarded to nny part, carefully secured in a portable corapa.", and In every respect of convenient use. .Ladies need not hesitate in applying for advice. A personal in terview H not always necessary. Medicines, with instructions, can be administered through the medium of correspondence. Dr. Coleman may alway3 be found in his Office, in the rear ofhisJms Store, on Me Lemore itreet. His medicine are carefully and accurately compounded by educated and accom plished phormacentist. Address, L. L. CoLEiuy, M. D., nprlltf Sldghurrh St., Nashville, Tenn. Iialiau Avmlnsrt made at short notice. Btncn, Maslovr & Co., arrttf No. 255 North College. Special Notice. ON THE OPENING OP A HILT.TARI) Room it is generally the custom, as every one knows, to have several champions present to entertain the public for a few hoces: but on account of so much suffering among our people, we tbouifht proner to aiva the ornhnn nf thU city and poor of Chattanooga that beniGt. which we nave done lor the last two weeks. And again, as It u snmetimos the custom of siring premiums, such as watches, etc., and having proof nf the tact two weeks' business that the citizens of Nashville appreciate our efforts to. help the needy, we have therefore concluded to' give ten per cent, of our proCt to th poor of Nashville, from the let day of April, 1S37, up to October 1st, 1&7, (six month;,) which amount will be remitted weekly to the Mayor of Nasht ville. We hone that the amateur billiard nlnvj ers nnd the public in general will arrreciate the cause and sustain it. CAUVIN X BEKTIIEOL. msrSO tf Colonnade Billiard Hall. O. Iloliiue, Trimming nnd Variety Store, 139 Ctinreli .Street," (Kirkman Block.) The latest Novelties in Staple and Fancy Trimming. All the friends Tmade the last fifteen yeara are politely invited, and, requested, to bring thbir friends along. The old establishment on Union utreet will. for the present, he kept up, in first rate style., too. v raar31 tf I will positively Sell Client for Cash, the fvdlo winrlgoods : Men's sewed and pegged Calf Boots. Men's fine sewed and pegged Calf flatters. -Men's Balmorals nndBrogan'Shees and Boots. Men's 'Oxford Ties. Ladies' Glove Kid Gaiters. ' T1 .DHiuuorui?, " and cur Kid side hco Boots. Dressed and undressed Moroco lace'Boots, Cloth Gaiters and Balmorals. Buskin? and Slippers; Misses Cloth Gaiters and Balmorals. Calf and Kid rewed lace Shoes. "' " pegged " ' Glove Kid Balmorals. Child Qaiters and Balmorals, sewed and pegged.) Infant Shoes In great variety: ' i At the Nashville Shoe Store. 7 North College street. M. Mosqaksteb!!. marM 3m -- a ram in iiivaiiiis, a clergyman, while; residing.ln South America as a missionary, dis covered a safe and simple remedy for the cure of Nervous Weakness, Early Decay, Diseases of the Unnary and Seminal Organs, and the whole train of disorders brought on by baneful and vicious habits. Great numbers bare been cured by this noble remedy. Prompted by a desire ta benefit the afflicted and unfortunate, I will send the recipe for preparing nndusingthismedicine. in a sealed envelope, to any one who needs it, FRVE OF CHARGE. Ad Jr633 JpSKPH T. I.VMAX. Station D, Bible House. New Vork city, feblt-.'lm- JlnchelorVs Ilntr Dye. This splendid Hair Dye is the best in the world. The only rur ana perjfei Uiit nannies, tteuanie, in stantaneous. No disappointment. No ridicu lous tints. Natural Black orBrown. Remedies the ill effects of Bad Ihtt. Invigorates the hair, leaving it soft and beautiful; The genuine is signed William A. Batehelor. All otbets are mere imitations, and should be avoided. Sold by all Druggists and Perfumers. Factory 81 Barclay street. New York. lde2My Selllnsr Out nt New Yorlt Tost. To close business, we are positively closing out at New York cost prices our stock of Fine Groceries, Wines, .Brandies, Havana and Do- metlc Cigars. PAJtnoiFtNi k RtVA, JanlO 12 North Cherry streot. Ax sligible front portion of an office onChurch street, in the Maxwell House, can be obtained by applying at this office, or at No. 79 Church street, neit door to the Masonic Hall. febl tf French Brother, No. 3 Broad street. continue to sell their large stock of Iron, Nails, Bolts, .Nutts, Washers, Hinges, Vices, Anvels, Gum Packing, Hoes, Trace Chains, Steelyards, etc. Our Tennessee Iron, Tennessee Plows, Tennessee Bellows, Tennessee Furniture need no comment. Call and examine. We olo have six eight-wheel .Freight Cars, price each, and a platform track scale, 23 feet, capacity SO tons, price febff-tf To Consumptives. The Advertiser, hav ing been restored to health in a few weeks, by a rery simple remedy, after having suffered several years with a severe lung anectlon, ana that dread disease. Consumption is anxious to make known to his fellow-sufferers the means of cure. To all who desire it, he wllend a copy of the prescription used, (free of charge), with the di rections for preparing and using the same, which tbey niil find a sdrk Cube roa CoxsuvrTtov, AsiHvri, Bronchitis. &e. The only object of the advertlsor in sending the Prescription, is to benefit the afflicted, and spread Information which he conceives to be invaluable; and hopes every sufferer will. try thLs 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. oet2V lyd&w Brs Callender & Bnlst. MAXAvm.T. icorst: no. 79. (Nest door to MasonirJHnll, ehS-".m - CHU RC II S T.R EE T I J. LUMSDEN & CO., HINPFACTPRCKS ASP PEALER9 IX HIDES, OILS, LEATHER Findings, Curriers' Tools So. O SOl'TH MARKET STREET. No. 9 XAHITVI I.T.R. Tr.NNF.SSKE. Iulyl3-tf ONLY LICENSED OFFICE or THFniND IN; THE CITY. H. GL AY BROOKS, General intelligence and 2m- jtloyment OJJlce, VO- 48 TJORTi CUXKKi Dxvo.i, HIRES FARM HANDS, BOTH B1.AUK and white. Alw, Clerks. Bock-keaperj, Washers and Ironere, and In fact, all who wish hands and wish esploymest can, by csllisg on No. North Chsrry. bp stairs.) aprZOlm CHARLES BRYAN, no. 1S9 sorrix ctiekhy stkeet T3 NOW PREPARED TO CLEAN CHANDE X Hers. Brackets, and Portables; and to restore all Mouldings. Gildings, etc.. to their original appearance. StituM.eU-, bronied in superior style. ... Ale Pumps. 9ndi FocntJ, put up and repaired to order. pra3m WOOIV WANTKD. WEWUJfAY THE BIQHET MARKET tric tor Fifty Thsnsand Poonds Washed and Unwashed WOOL, vlthcut buris, dtllttred in our Warthonse, o. 3? iiiaricet tuei. apr253ia FINMCU MD 'TRADE. OoM openetl in NewY6rlc yesterday morning at 138J, was 135 1 at noon, ami closed firm at 135$. at A ,P. Si. P.rokers Iiereyerepaying13313-L amlelliog trt 135jlC. ' . Goverpnient securities - were-rjtro1i New "iork vesterdayias. follow i-2ls coupons, 1st series .......... 110V -a) s ex-coupons, 1st serics....-.'dfl07, r-20s ex-eounons 3.1 kpth llri 2107. lffV -a"t's cx-coupons 3d series Ktt- iaiftW :-aj g new issue - 1U7 HMO's coupons -.- ................ W T-S0 s 1st series NWV "a',, 01 I " I : - .trltli London advices of the 2d inst quote United States 5 20s at 72c. In Frankfort on the 1st our bonds were qnoted at 7Sf and in Paris at SO. The issues of the Sank of Tennewee were in oVraand yesterday at ?.2S3c. iennessee iiontis soul in iNew orlc on the 29th nit. as follows: $3000 new at 601c, $10,000 new at f.0e, $1000 new at die, and $7000 new at 60. c Virginia bonds sold at Coc, and Jlissonri at 9493c, The New "i'prk Pout of the afternoon of the 29th nit. says : " The week opens with more animation than has prevailed for some time in Wall street The 16anf mar ket is easy and rales continue to favor the borrower. Call loans are o,6 per cent., and commercial paper is scrutinized, but choice bills are scarce and pass at C6J Capital is accumulating here, and the flow of currency is from the, interior to. wards the financial centres.' The exports of specie from New York lo foreign ports last week amounted to $710,379. The following will show the total exports of specie from New York to foreign porta from the 1st of January to the 27th of April in the years noted : 1M7 .iS.670.6.!! 1159 ... ms.... 1ST.7.... 1S.V!...., 1S.W..-. 18..!.... 1853..... 1352.:... .$16,202.00.1 ISbti O.SSS.iHW iS.42Ti.216 16.1S9.879 ..lf..9S5.0S0 12.909.782 2.5AO.00O 7.171.6IG ISO.". 8.571.5S1 0,ft"7.205 7'.S52.P12 7.S66,a'3 3.794.07S 7.232,761 ISfit 1S63. 13d2 1S01 isx)....'...: We bring forward our quotations show- ng the fluctuations of the New York gold market since the 1st of January : Opcnins Highest Lowest 132' 133 m 1325' 133k 1344 ISC1? 131 101V Closing January 1327 Feb IZPZ 140k mi 134 136 136 133 . l.Wf !OE7 ' Mch Apr. 133 .IS4W ...13 iU 6... 8... 9... 10:... 11.... 135 UiK irf 12.... 1 13 -lSi. 15 13i 16 134 i 1 134-i IS.. 19.. 135J4 137 135'i ..tiooa triaay; no Doara iues'ion Ji) 139 139s 13 138' 134 125 22.;.., lSS 23.. :..13S2 24 133 25 140 26 139J; 27. -;..137 29 WA 30 13o 1H 13s?? 142 1392 -,137 13S3I 134 y, urn try. 1SS l?J5f. 1J1U 13: mi The fluctuations of the niarket, ftrim. the time of the cuspension year are thns shown i . 1332. to the end of last lsd'V t'sl3(54t , r1 o a o Date. January ..par iar. ifu MX 1721 1715 19 im 145 12 143V, ITU Feb .102V5 March....l01.C IjS 157ti iiarcn....iuivj Anril 1012 .May.-....102Jfi IVi lir.-.o 1 IV, II'." t 1 9 13 1 1 146 June. X.1U3! July... 11)9 t. .1 Aug. Sept-Oct,-.. No. Dec. . 112M; net; vxy. .'ill; .122 1? . 1JU Ki4 VU .137. 140S M 143 ii 147 13S'. ...197' atu 1SC6 1365i 141 .lanuarr February ; Atar.-b April May. June July August September. Octotier- - November-- Dereuiber. .... iru74 HS 144 12S)S .. ..13i$2 . ...123 -1421 144 - .-..ltfH 144W 5 SIC! 2i11 160 lloVi !!: 137 147 146H 145 137 145 115 149 145?' OENERALMAKKETS. NASfTVITuLK, May 2, P. M. Cotto.v. The market to-day for cotton was decidly flat. There were buyers plenty on hand, but sellers did not fancy the prices offered, and, as a conseqnence, nothing of importance was transacted. We heard of a few'small lots as follows: 10 at T21 ; 1 at 16; 3 at 20; and 3 at 23c per lb. There were hut 2 bales received, and 300 shipped. The following dispatches were received : Ni.tv Yoke:, May 2. Gold opened at 1355. Cotton dull and prices unchanged. 12 jr. Gold 133. Cotton quiet and steady; uplands, 2727. Sterling ex change has advanced to 109J to 110. 2 p. sr. Gold 135. Cotton dull and prices nominal ; 27 for uplands. 3 p. jr. Gold 135J. Cotton very firm, and holders are asking higher rates ; 27J to 23 for uplands. 4 p. n. Gold 133jj. Cotton closed firm ; uplands 23. Receipts 1000 bales; sales 3000. LlVEKroorIay 2 Noon. Cotton mar ket quiet but firm. Sales to day 12,000 bales; uplands llB12d. London; May 2. 5-20'a 72." Corn. There was increased demand for corn, and sales were made 'at$l 21 30. Hay $30 per ton. Oats Scarce at S590c per bushel. Pl.otnt, Supply small. We quote pri ces: $12 50$17' 00 per Mil. Bacon. Sales of clear sides at 13c ; hams 15c per lb. Hams are scarce, Lard 13J15c per lb. GROcnp.iE". Market firm ; though sales are limited. MARKETS BYJTELEGEAPH. t'lncltAjintllSlBrllet. Ciscts'SAii, May 2. Flour and wheat, no rhauxe in prices. Corn buoyant and active. No, 1 mired, SSc in bulk, 81 10 sacked. O11U quiet at 71-72c. Cotton closed firm : middling 26c Mes pork in good demanJ, at 422 .50, aud all to be had at this rate. Hold closed at 131)Xo rents buying, and 136h selling. New Torte market. New Voar, .May 2. Cotton more active, at 3c for middling uplands. Flour 1032Uc better, and active. Sales at 10 75(511 60 for superfine, state and western; $12 0013 50 fr ex-western ; $13 C0C415 10 for choice do: S13 95 for shipping brands and K. H. 0 and $11 1615 30 for trade brands, m arket closing firm. Wheat market is better, and active, at $2 CO for common "So. 2 Chicago; $2 TOfor straisht No. 3 Milwaukee: J2 72-2S2 75Kfor No. 2 Mllwankee ; $326(5) 3 40 for white California; $3 50 for white Michigan and Canada. Kew Torli Honer Market. New Tori:, May 1. Money more active, but easier, at 4&6 per cent. Discount easy at 7c. Gold oDened loner, but closed stronc at 13a4135K. Qovernment eecurities opened less active, but steady, eicept.for&-20 conpoo3 of '(& and '64, which were lower, closing firn, with a, AI20 '62. 105V1( registered, Wvi36S; 10-40 coupons, w896i. AcgU3t7-3i3a, I'QXQSK. The ActiUmt Iretis nrer to-day paid cut cue n'.Uion dollars aa 12; terestcn6-20s. IS CHAXCjCKY AT CAHBEJi. "TT. H. John-on, Adm'r of E. Perkins, vs. Mary Perkins and others. rEAPPEARING TO ME SATISFACTION JL of the Clk and Master, from allegations in the bill, whiclr are sworn to, thit T. J. Ferkins, A. J. Perkins, Samuel Perkins, and toe heirs of Wra. Perkins, whose names are not known here, are non-residents tf the -State ot Tennessee, to tha ordinary proctss oflaw cannot be sfrTaa upon them- it is therefore ordered that pubiL-a-tion be made for four cansaentlv weeks is the Tnlon and Dispatch, s newspaper published in the elty of Nashville. Tenn., regulnsg said, de fendant ta appear before the Clerk aad Master, at bis oSc in CamdtB. os tha first Mooday in June nexl. then and - ther U iplead smswer or demur to complainant's bill,- or the. lame will be taken for confessed and jtt. for hearing ex parte as to them. April 1st, 1367. apr wtt w. A. artist., u. ana at inKuaaai loproTtuiCDi iu same laiiunces. cicsms pnees for recistered 'cl. wcsliaK-SUCiJi coatxjns 'si. 110VS1105: 6-20s rezistered ' All RIVET. tl DEPARTED. Nashville, Cairo. LEAVING TO-DAY. H ix -V f j tWn. Sigel.'TJplRkeril H in 1 ne river is rising slowly, with seven feet on the Shoals. Weather fair and rnt a. a ijiu . n't The Nashville departed yesterday with 1 fair trip of freight and passengers. The Talisman will arrive to-day and leave Saturday for Cairo. ? f ' The Gen. Sigel leaves for up river ports to-day. The fait steamer J. L. Graham, got in last evening from the head waters of the Cumberland. She had thirty-five h litis, of tobacco, and 0 large quantity of corn, be sides as many passengers ns she could car ry. Altogether, her trip was the best of the season. She will return to-morrow. The Graham is a capital boat, and rleerves well of our busin. ss men. The Ilavanna cleared for this port at Cincinnati yesterday. The Ohio river continues to recede at Cincinnatti and Louisville, "with plenty of water for all navigable purposes. . iLwa's also falling at Cairo on the 1st instant. f Ite'St.'L'otiLsmrffraf of 'ttt Isf ' 1 sava.: River stationary yesterday. The dti cline of the upper rivers continue, but some weeks most elapse before we'will be required to write low water. Jlu3ine -s-iors along smoothly. Nothing from Memphis yesterday For Cairo, Nt. I.ouU, Ateinitlii Sew OrlemiM. mHE SPLENDID PASSENOPR 1 teamec TALISMAN, Vt. hTROXO. Master. O. Vi. Uvis UlerK. will leave as ahove on Ll ItUAl the 4th int., nt 4 o'clock p. it. ior freight or passage apply on board, or to COKBI-7TT A- BOYD. Azents. 41 nnd 42 IVont street may3 2t or HAKK1SON AOS.As ts Vniter Cumberlnnil Iiirteitentleiit Line For Carthaget.Kome apd Etirksville. THE SPLENDID PASSRNOEU Packet J. L. (1KAHAM. Bkv. L. OoAit. Master. S. U'atkrs. Clerk. will leave as above on SATURDAY, the 4lh int. at 4 o'clock ivh. t or freight or parage apply on board, or to w a iffrm.i.'a rr.1.1 may?.2t r til m-miH i.4 CJ 4iClll Cor; Uroad and Front sts. J H. O. Oopes. Prost. Chs.T. Wiso. Cashier P I" O P I. P. S DAlfK, SUCCESSORS. TO WI NO, TOJ3HT A CO., Corner I'nlon and Cherry St., OniMtslte lukiit. ik 1 ipnne.wr( Afeaiv in timi Nllvt-r. Ooverument Ntootis. Com Miuil IntercNt JVot-,Ijn(l Wnrriuils it 11 11 Noninrrn Ainiiii aoich. CLOSING PBICK3 THIS D4TS. ttuiing. Bjuini V. H. HOndi. "31 IIK 'Maid 12.1 f. 2iVs 1st series V.2 lth iSilver 12B lit til 101 i.sm WERXTS. 2d .'i 'tfAM , 40. wr laiaS.- 40 New(Jari .!WulyVl07 f 'S0. ' $ SO Coup. HMO's M 120. " 120 Aug7-3isljteries la'.W IK). " ilia June " Sd " Ufi 1C0. not 1312 S143 July id lVi TKS.VKS'RKBi!!KKOTKSt Conin. Int Notes, Bsnk Tenn old SO June, lit-1 July AUg !f Oct h Dec May. 1865. Aug " Kept " Oct 113 Planters Bank W IJnion Bk k Cert's 93 Bank Chattanooga 10 " Knoxville 63 tl. Hi 115 112 nnv? " Mid Tenn " AVcstTenn " Shelhyvilla City Bank Commercial Bank Ococa iiank 45 85 G3 93 10 llOi 1 10 f.2 Tenn Bonds Coupons rs Southern Bank 5 1 L fetN R R tax rect par Life Jfc QenlnlCo. Corporation scrip V 1 .i Also the highest pri.-e paid for all kin. kind of Southern Bank Notea. Printed Price lilt fur-i nisheJ fthen desired iVe are rr.MXQ U. S. Revenue Stamps at Oov-t urnmenf mto nf Tllffrtnurif " ' " 1 Sellina Sellina to iihi per cent aw. iranra francs 1IHI tn .'AI03 Tier. cent OH. hwitierlantlis N-i tier HU tol(HAi4 percenMtlj.lileUlura ,J 1 dollar. r. 1. xcnanie.i.iD'nmDEKUAKT. Cincinnati . ".U.10pr,Bromen $1 JPrer 1 gold Louisville 1-10 pr.I Thaler. ' Memphis prem. Berlin. SIPS perl Prni email iiraus i eian xnaler. Porsiqx Etchanqe jMnnloh 1 -6S4 England ) W Wiper Frankfort Y per one Ireland Y one pound Amesterdam I (iullderl :ntland J Sterling, Corporation checks 12 per cent ui-count. Depoits received and cnllectlnnl malle on all accessible points. uraca noura. n A. u. to o r. v. Thos. S. Mahr. Pres't. L. O. Taeboi. Cash's NATIONAL SAYINflS' COM1MXY.- Corner Union and College Streets. IHE FOLLOWING ARK THE RATES PAID fur U. S. SMUiltie?. Compound Interest Notes, (lolil. eta., bv the Natiovai. Savisoh' CoMPASr, cornet .if Lnion and College streets? 5-C0j coupons ..-..109 5-20a 2.1 series coupon? - 10S 5-20? :td series coupon'.- .103 5-20s New Issue-- - 107 in.4() 03 7-mm - iav. 7-jus m ana m .) iu Compound Interest Note';".Inne;lS6l 113 " .Inlr, 1S6I.. 117 " " . " Au.. 18,4,. 117 " Oct., 13&4." WA uec, istH ..iv. " May. ISM 112. " Aug.. IS..- HI " " " Sept., ISM 110 Oct., 1S5 ....110 62 r" s'tock.'-"-.' 8. Tennessee Honda ......... " Coupons LouLvillei Nashville R. Louisville & Nashville. R. it. ass Receipts, par, Nashville A Chattanooga R. Retook- 2i) rsasnvme corporation unecKs-.... South Nashville Street R. R, Stock Suspension Bridge Stock..- Davidson County Bonds Gold - 83 .... 40 75 ....137 ... .m Stiver-. - 'r rORElOS EXCHAVOC. On London 7 10 per pound.; un uuoiin . i iu On Kdinburgh 7 10 " " On Berlin. 103 per thaler. On Frankfort-..- BIH " guilder And on all the principal cities nf (Irrmany. The following are the rates paid for nnsurrent moneyr TKN.VKSSr.C. , SOOTH CAROUXA. Bank of Tennessee, old People's Bank 43 isne - SO I Planters' and Me- Planters Hank. . 93 ( chonics' Bank 13 Union Bank -par i State Bank . 07 Union Bank Cert's- par I Southwestern R. R 2T B'k or Chattanooga. 10 - Union Bank- .V. Bank of Commerce.par alixjvi. Bank of Knoxville. CO Bank nf Mobile. . M Banknf Memphis par ( B'k of Montgomery. SO B'k of MiddleTenn, 03 i Bank of Selma-..,20 Bank of Pari par f Central Bank - 03 Bank of the Union, par C ommercial Bank 10 M'l. vC Vct Tyiti 4A Vaeiam Tlnnlr . Jr. M'kof West Tenn 45 Eastern Bank- Buck's Bank -- par ' Northern Bank 35 City Bank HO Southern Rank Commercial Bank W , . ocfiEim, Merchants' Bank-par Central R. R. B1-- 0 Northern Bank par Qeorgla Rnllroad A OcoeeBank- 10 Banking Co as BankofShelbyville. 85 B'kofMid.aeorgia. 80 Southern Bank.. . 2,5 Marine Bank - fi Traders' Bank .... par Bank of Augiuta- -Life A Oeneral In- Auguta Insurance' (f surance Co, 25 ' Bank of Columbus ft5 soura oarolisa. Bank of Commerce, (k. lianw or Camden. - 4ii , iiank ot the l.njpire Bank of Charleston. 13 State . 22 Bonk of Chester --- 12 Bank of iJenrgetotm 13 Bank of Hamburg. 15 Bank of Newberry 40 Bank of the State of South Carolina OA Bank of Athens . Bank of FultSn 3fi Bank nf Savannah. Bank ot the Slate of Georgia. . OS I Citv B'k of Aumntn. Commercial Bank . 1 n I 02 farmers' and . Ale- r.xcuange ubtik io i ruanic aui .. uj Farmers' and Ex- Mechanics' Bank . ITl 15 f chanles- Bank .. 05 change Bank. 02 i .Merchant Ai'lar.t- MerchanU' Bank . 12 J ers" Bank 06 Planters' Bank nf 1 Planters' Bank .11 Fairfield - (W i Union Bank . . .. to In Chancery at Nashville. State of Tennessee Clerk's OEre. Chancery Court at Nashville, April the 22, lsS7. Andrew J. Moore, complainant, vs. P. II. Parks et ois., defendants. TT APPEARING PROM AFTlT)ATlTFILlT) X in this cause that defendant Sarah Boyd is a non-resident of the State of Tennessee : it is therefore ordered that she enter her appearrnee herein on or before the third Monday sf the next term of said Court, to bs held on the Srst31oa day in May next, 1SC7. and plead, csswer or de mur to complainant's bill, ortbesaae will be takenfor confessed m to herend cet for bestir? ex. parte, 4ond that-'B'copy.of this order bgrjjt Hsnei ffir fdtr ecssecutire weeks in theZTt-h- vliio Union and Disrtc'n. A caiy-Attest M. B. HOTrrLL, Clsrkftnd Master II. II- Harrison, Scl'r for compl't, apriT wtt In Chancery at Kashvilla tate of Teaaeisee CTerk'a OEee. ( Court at Naihviir. April the 2Hh", iii ry John Goff, -complainant, vs. Washington Bir row et als . defendants. TT APPEARING FROM AFFIDAVIT FILEIJ -a-in the bill of revivor in this cause that the defendant, John Shelby Barrow, H a non-resident of thefiute of Tennessee It is therefor ordered that be enter his appearance herein on or before the third Monday cf the next term cf said Court, to be held on the first SUn dy id May next. 15C7,and plead, answer oj demur to complainants' Jblll -Otirv.irur. or the same will be Ukra'for confeed a4 to Lim and ist for hesrinc ez parte, and that a copy of this order be published for foursaccessire weeks lu the Nashville Union and Dispatch. .A copy Attest M. if. U01V13LL , arr,ani Atasttr. y. Baxter, Bol'r fcr eonpl'Lu. i apra4tw ;r. the: state ., ,TNSUHXNCE company, ' ' . OF A'ASnVILLE. CAPITAL, Be 00,0 OO i0 INIuUKU TRANSPORT ATI4IN itlSK Taken nVKqiittAbleKnle. 5-L?3?es fairly adjusted and promptly psldtrti Office, Second National lUnk building. Colter strest. JOHN LUMSDEN. Pnuident. . . f. J, THOMAS. Vi.-e Praiidaut JOSEPH .NASH, Secretary. octo-liim-p KOP.T. FLETCHER, OKO. IS. CP.OCKETT. NEW GOODS. FLETCHER & CROCKETTi WO. 102 CinfRCHT ST. Oppwtie St. Cloud Hotel. XTTK INVITE THK ATTENTION OF OUR 1 1 menus n our stocK ot STAPI.r ANI FANCY JDJEITZT GOODS h hl.-li wCare constantly receiving. Our stock is entirely new, and having been n purchased of the firm since tna decline in prices by one who n now in New York, wa are enabled to Mem-eat inducements to all who may desire muiuiuK iiiournne. Call and examine our stock. We will at all nine- take great pleasure in saewing our goods. rijrrcnr.it a cKocKirrr. marlO tf V. II A III. NOW KF.flEIVINO ONFJ of the largest and best asortedf!prini Stocks 'Of WINDOW SHADES Ever brought to this eltr.'nnd are nflVriny! siciu muueemenis to purcnasers. MIL. I- M. dORltV. im nT.laot an.l most accomplished Decorator In Nashville, iS fOreOISn OTer Olir l'nner Kiinirinir n,l riann- rating Department, and we in ever)" instanoeJ injure satLifaction. Call and examine onrj sioce neiore purchasing. JOHaV IV. HILL sir CO., Sucre- ors to Merrill A Hill.) 7 CIII'RCII NTREET, (new number.) Opposite Mnxwelt House, febll :mo 0CULIS BR. J. B. OISIVTRT, TXRMHRLY OF FRAKFORT. KENTUCKY. C uas permanently located himself at Jackson. Tenne-'ee, l..rtue purpose of practicing his pro lesston. llelers to tue citizen oi Middle ana est Kentucky. Middle and West Tennessee. Bills ci'ltwithont reservev J . I'b5-3m - PAPER and ' 1 ; PAPER BAG-S. X7 K HAVE IN STORK AND OFFER FOR sale tomerchant and others a Urge 1st oj it rapping Taper, Manilla i'aper an per and Papei reasonable lots Baxi, ut tne inllowtng prices, in to the trade: Doubla Crown Wrapplnst, per bundle 81 IS aa Medium Wrap! plng, per bundle Simla Crown Wrannlna-. cer bundle ) rapping, per per bundle- ManllU.Paper from 13 to cents per Paper Bat and Pacer Flour Sacks at er ihi and. aur Sacks at Cinrin natl prices. Bonnet .Board, Roofing I'aper and Hoofing Pitch on hand at low prices. We Pay 6U tVnls per P.iuml. Ctisli. for Ootid ('niton Knir. WHITEHASf tiROM., N i Northea-t f ide Pul.l marlT tf . .'iuare. aGAd.en s;eeds. .. rn havi: just recf.ivfd a larqe 1 1 stock of well n"0rted Oarilen Seed, from David Landreth. which we will sell atthelowe.-t market prices. (1. W.HKNDKRHHOTr, Corner cedar street and square, Nvhville. jan27-3m T CHANCERY SALES FOR AWny Saturday; 18',' 1'8C7. Whitworth anil IJowen, atlrn'ryt, vff. Jame Cartertind others. TN PURSUANCE Or.DROREPiS OF THE 1 Chancery Court In tliKcase.'T will Sell at the Courthouse at N--rmire, at 12 o'clock, on Nntnr4tiy-MiiV IS, IHCT. The unsold portion af the tract nf land near MeWblrtersville, belonging to the etate of James Bucaanan. deceased, coniUting of 1. One lilt of about twenty two arres, on the northeast corner of the trier, adjoining the lanas or a. l- flictamjiOeii Mna lien. a. v Oillem. 2. One tract of abaut fotty-funr acres, lying along the lane leading to McCn.rr's Creek Church, between the tracts old to Judge Fra iler and to James Leehr Terms Oae-tblrd ta h. and the residue on credit of ix, twelve ami eighteen months, with interest from date. Note required with personal security, and a lien retained. Sale free from re demption. MIIKTtlS B. IIOWKLL, apr27 td Cleik and Mxtter. Thoma C'hadwell. ei'r. v:. O. P. Mc- Roberts nnil ,otherH. TN PUKSFANCE OF A X Chancery Cunrt in tht- DECREE OF THE cose. I will iell at the O'ltirthsuse at Nasbrflte. a02 o'clock on Nrtturtlny, liny li, IS 07, A Int fronting sixty -Tur feet in Vine stret, between Broad and McQavc -t Iieti. and rnn ning back abuutlH5 feet to un alley, being the same property conveyed hy O P, MeKhberts U J. . Katcline. Turks Credits ot li. 12. 13 and St months with interest from day of sale. Notes repaired with, approvedf scrnrily, ftndaa Jlen Vrettnned. Ssle'fr e from re4minW -'" MORTON B. HOWKLL, aprSC td , Clerk and' Muster. tsA. f'healhaiii jjiJaiiiM , A. Jejining?. FRS OFATIIF. JLfOtihtteSi kftcv IV .,11 ,t J.ki.lL t ..II ,. . tbo l'flTthurf at inVIAiH nt fc Schick -n Snturtluy, liny H. l:ttT, Lots No, ft) and i In .Shelbv's ddItton to Rdgefield, each lot fmutidir liny f-st oo HnWelf strtet. and running back TO feet ta 3n ailty. Tsbms Six month' credit, with Intersil from day of sale. Note required with two approved sseurities, and a lien retained J?ali free frto ademption. .MORTON I! ELL. aprtT td Clerk and Master. In Chanoerj at li&sliTtUe. State of Tmnesste Clerk's OIEeo. Chaneerr' Court at Nashville, April the 2Mb, XSS7, J&xes H. Dodd, estsplainant, n Wasb'sgton Barrcw, et. ais., defendants. TT ATPEAP.TSQ FROM AFFIDAVIT FILED A in the Sill of Ktrl?or in tits, cacsathtt dt fecdsiit. John Shsibj Barrow, is a sos-rtridest of theState&f Tesaessec: it Is tbsreforaordered that ha ntert!a sDsearacta herein en or faefsra the third Monday x.f the next term of said Court, to be held on ta tm Monday in May next. lw, uni rlsad. an.'er er demur to Cora clalnact's Bill cf Revivor, or the same will fce taTen far eonfetsed a to him and stt for bear- in ex .parte, and mat a copy ot ibis order ta, ItabHihedfrLiursureesskTe wsets latbeNath- ille UniU-lBJ a pai- u ACuPJ-rAtteH. M H ItuWK'L. Clerk and .Matter N. k td. Baxter. F IV L.rcompi't aprft 4tw ylinialitiratorTM A'alictv ' ri'HE INSOLVENC1 OP TUP PERSONAL Ji estate i enx at&ub. d.'eased, having bts n earned to, tae wiruy oourt derkweaceef claims against said eUte will be filed with tbo Clerk and Master of said Court by the .May Knles. PiTXR JECK.Adm'r. It. H.Baxkox; fcol r. aarft wtt i'- '.,rr i 1 mh roniiij.ABu pttuioa niviog beeat filed In the Chancery (&ntt,iil'ahvttje to ad-u mlnMartsiid Testa! el alths Cfaaurcrr 'fTcTnrt 1 f THIRD NATIOMT. BANK STocrnoLPCM. i. i, i.erry, ii. uuras, John Kirkman, Jas. P. Kirktaea. D, Weaver. lutgar Jenee, Don'l F. Carter. A. J DtMMu j. Alexandetiall ChiU. R. IITTrmae. Edmund Cooper. Desks; in Exchange. .Tl,l flBitUlik-i4 . XT Tf T . ' O.ivemment St?curities. ' . ' Lirtilis drawn in sums t. stuLnn lit York. New Orleans. Cfnclnrtaff. 3111 ville. MemnhLt .'ete. 3-20 Bonds and 7 -HO Trcunurv NeAiU altriue on hand for sale. . m , - t Highest premium paid rr CtitwwRiIfieat W- W. RERRV. President. , HDOAR Jt)Nl&TfeW. JOHN KIRKMAN. Vice PresidenU -mr7 ly ECONOMIZE IN it' th . PATENT :GjS I At I.eniit lie i-; Cent. FOR SALE BV W. WA I.TE1C KIXU K3UOM Nl. Ctinrle Hotel illarkol Street. et.eral Agehts fi.r TeanoM. Mi-ilMl nd Alabama. -j - N. B.-I.tberut Iiulueeiacitti Oitertnl to Agents. apn lm WATCHES AND JtWBLRV. Ol B s, sr cu ID a in a "3 i A OOOD ASSORTMFNT OF (JOLD Alfl) Silver Wateheii, Juwelry, t'l.x'ks, etc., ionanie prices, r.rery article warranted at .resmted. RLPAIRINU .Uao wall and wtth fatlstactlon, a heretofore. declMm No. S." North Cherry st. EA & PEREINS' CKLSBRAIHD WORCESTERSHIRE SAUCE. PRONOUNCED r.xTitACr of a Lstter from n BY MKDIllAl L OR.N- rox.voisr.viiM TO HK THK m t'OOD SAUCE" and applicable to Every Vnrlety TL1CMAN atM4 rs. til hv lirtftlvr at iYOBCesntii. May. 1961. 'Tell Lea & I'er- rnw that their HA DUB ' U highly eiteested in India, and Is. to my opinten.i- ttiu mast jmliiLttliie as well as the ntikH wholesome fltvrt IIIqii luDiHinwir, U . . .1 - I ' The suces-w cf thLs inost dliclnsand unrlvale.l condiment iiavlng caused many nnprineipltd dealers to opr ly the name t-i 8ruiou4iJ rovNP.i. the PUBLIC Is BaarrcrrcLLV afldTAV KOTlvreoueAted to see that thenamee orijKrt'i Ph'RRIN.S are upon'the WRAPPBK. LABEL. STOPPER and BOTTLE. MaautarturM by . . LBA k PKRRIN8. WreeM'. J4)lt. JIWNCA.N'.H JSONN, Nrw VoEr, Agents fur the UnHAt Htatee. oaU3 lylni nmm mm. EDWIN C. CLARKE, AUKXT IX STM' YOltK l"On i'l'R CIIANIXU Mr.ltCHAN'lUSr: AN1 M.icmXKitvorAr.1. kinds. HAVING A BUSINESS EXPBRinNOBT nearly sixteen yar in New York.iuad an extensive acauafntanee with Ot-elise Manufae turersand Dealers in this efly, in tne "tfiuu branches of Trade and Manafscture, I am ink iirepared to Gil orders for a 1 kmdsef Merb dl'e. at the lowest market prices. Merchants. Mechanics ami PantKe wWt Isrd it to their Intei est t.i fbvor rae with thtir itrder. Orders from all parts of the ouuntry reypenlfaJt Buliciifd. a reasonable onmaiiASlii Addre KUWIN CT 10S Pearl street, or Mi ; RsriICt9.-F. W. d. IienV lent- PaMSo Mail Hteannl.li. Co., N Isaac Taylor, President New .1 ..tkji Xnylor. President New Y-rltj hl(i Co., N. Y., Crockar TVi Slram' NewT Knger Bros.. New York: HonAJ.M lii.ff.ln fi. V.i A. It JitiiM. tUu. SJ i tleo. James. Lsi.. ZanwrBle, QhW rfovlirefUi it Ors ham. New Yerk ; hTwtWSvkmtx X Cf.. New Y'ork; Henry Mt,.irBOeHUi.g,.Now Ytwk. april Jm . J B. L. RIDLEY. J. it. A VJffW nmuizv a AVJR&X Attorneys and CoaaflolIoraTat Lav?:; jruRFRrrsBono TEN? rlLL PP.ACTICE nr irit(xr4LCll w t 1 KTTTKirrtroitn, " trAUItES. J , ;cnrri: aptz lm , ftswa - To Chancery at Nahv-iN.i State of Tennessee Clerk's OSewl wiBjtw.nMnTine.APni inejuiibi.. Jbhn Cro;', -onpU.nsi j. Miwhett i UCm- n:,r, dettatiasRv TTAPPEARINll EAliALA BW D A VVW KILBD In the etofi bill i.f Jukn n al.B in ibknon that th.dfffnd !,' Jean Cr.mMnkh II and 'Xbotoas O Ceanor, eoiafiiMiBs. firja of mitcbell Jt o ronanr. Ate ui nasls of the tilite ut Iraaft. U i .sfacr.lu. urdertd that Ihtjr eoter tbeir i)tetr4lie herein oa at Irfir. the tMrJ Momlirypt the Dxt term ut -jid L.urt, t.i k li .k.. flrrt Atondy io May next.- lwpff,rSf answer or demur la said lull ...nl same wlU be taken tor cOhfettAi .TlkZ.iT est for hearing ex fail, and that a copy af)U(m vru.r ur 1'uw.num iv iuur 1 II I X 'J leS t . wevKS IB the .NhvlII tsikiD and Dtattatefa A copy Attesf : M. B. HOW ELL. Olerk aad'Masiti KiJl.S.Sroirn.4W'r fbr Joha.WaUMt.--' : '.?r20 w4t (ifdnrhiittet'it 1 mm