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- . i C I T Y . ITdnJi. Jll. .Ilapnfon,, Qliancellor. meets on oupnuny neii. iiELiaious bEnvicw"Uivin ncrvicp wille lyild in the Jfnt Kreabylerian Chnrch, corner -of Cliuwh and. Summer street, to-day at ten arlla half a.m., and at eight r. i., preparatory to the comrnn nion on to-morrow. The Rev. R, T). Pin itey, of the "Hermitage," will preach. Thf, Court of Impeachment meet in this city en Monday nrtst, the Gth inst., for the trial of Hon. -T. N. Fraiier, Jndge of the Criminal Court of Davidaori Qonnty. John Trimhle, Horace Maynard and YV". A.iPatterjbn, are counsel for the common wealth. John 8. Brien, E. If, KaRt and ldwinTI. Kwing, for the defense. As one cae of hydrophobia ha3 occurred in the city, we would suggest to our city authorities taht they Pel eft W lltable I'.riipoptHnia' for our Jo1, mmfyj. SlNfll.irroK, at the pottoflifle, hai the Waverly Magarine, Chimney Corner, New York Ledger, Literary Album, ITarpefej Weakly, r rank .Lewie i Illustrated JNew paper, anil the lntett dailies frum th lead ing fltle.. Memphis Kacis. A dispatch frtiru Memphis, dateJ the 2dMHQyg; 4 The race were largely attended to-day. Many turfmen from abroad were, ( present. The first race, a dah of twomilesj puieof $500, was won by Fannie Krown; time, four minutea, seven peconds. The' e econd, for $300, het two intliree, was won by Mollie Austin ; time, 2:03 , l:.r7jL The next meeting will take place onSatnrday. Acciiiiint. Yesterday a ncsjro man, Win. !vtanlove employed in blasting at tlie cul vert on North Cherry street, was blown up by ihc accidental discharge of a charge of powder which he was ramming in a rock. Ilia face was lxidly burnt, anil Ii'h hands andrmsmtioh lacerated. Willis Oglesby, another negro who was standing near, had one of his arms bruised. Neither of them was dangerously hurt. Medical aid was promptly supplied theiu. KxTisriHxa tiif.iii JJisiniish. Messrs. I iambic Si Co., stationer and booksellerf, Cherry street, have purchased the estah-, lishment of K. J. Cone, Union street, and will carry on Ihc business at both places. Uy reference to advertisement, it will be Meen that Messrs. Gamble Si Co., have a very large stock of books and stationery, and. printers' stock of all kinds on hand, which they are determined to sell at. -prices to compete with those of the Eastern mar-, keto. We hope that Messrs. Clamble A AVliceler will meet with Ihe encouragement and success which their business tact and in dwtrv deserve. Tiir ladios of Jluthorford county have organised nn auxiliary wsiefy-bf'tlfe Ten newten Orphan Asylnni, and Appointed ajents in each of the civil districts. The following are the officers ; President Mrs. David II. C. Spence. Vice PresidentsMrs. B. V. Jiidlev, Mrs. John W. Childress, Mrs. W. Watkins. Mrs. Thomas Darrach, jMra. (1. W. Smith", Mrs. C. W. Smith, Mrs. Prim. Treasurer Mrs. Benton Miles. Secretary Miss C. Alice P.oady. , . . . As a clever Cherry street merchant was passing along Church street yesterday morning, a doc, which was lying, on the pavement in front of the bakery opposite the residonce of Jno. M. Bass, jumped up and hit him on the thigh. Fortunatoly the bito merely bruised and did not break the nkin. There are too many worthless curs run ning at large in this city, and we hope the authentic will do something to remedy the evil. Several were poisoned at the markclhousc yostnrdny; but that in not eraatly the wav to dispose of them. Let us have a law licensing and regulating the keeping of dogs. By thk means, the danger of bites from rabid dogs mw be avoided, and the lives of valuable animals protected, whilst the city would derive some revenue from the law. The tax on dogs yielded SflOOO in Cincinnati last year. CVi John Cuaybrooct:, of William won, has declined the nomination as a can didate for the Legislature from the district composed of the counlica of Williamson, M jury and Lewis. He says: "On nccoiint of my private and domes lie anVtrs, I am prevented from accepting ihc nomination, and therefore respectfully decline lieing a candidate for Floater. Hoping, however, that the praiseworthy conduct and noble efforts of the people lo restorethelr country toils former harmony and prosperity will" be crowned with suc cess, they have my 'sincere wish that Ihey may select a candidate better suited and .jualified than myself to represent them." 8kov Htoiw.- Captain Goad, of the learner J, L. Graham, informs m that limit 11 o'clock the night of the 30th of Apill, whilst he was making n landing at Carthage, Tenn., tlnjre came up a snow -torm wluoli lasted about halt an hour. The wind blew furiously and frigidly, and the snow was thick and large flakes, such as wtvHlrt hnvc lieon creditable to the dead yf winter. The night was very cold and unpleasant. At that hour in Nashville the rain was jwuring down in torrents, but I fore day ibe weather was cold and lenr. L'xroRTfXATK.-We regret t learn thai the steamer 1. N. Phillip, which left liere a cmtple of weeks ago for Uowenn, IisvIh; in tow four lmrg es loaded with rail road iron for the Poplar Mountain Coal ( mnpanv. f which Col. Wm. uV Hulkins i President, wink one of them at llakerton, ijtht mile alove Burksville. rapt. Goad, .if the J. 1 Graham, is of the opinion that iheiron can all be jcKtten ofl' the large wl??n i he water falls, as when he posted down one ideofii was above water. Ve hopethimiiay Ik Ihc oas,, as the lo of the iron might -fiioMlv datav an enterprise of moment i. Naaiivtlle." Two of the liarges of her first tew remain at a point twelve miles above QaiNohoro, where they were led on the ftatt irip of ihe Phillips. They have ,Uttt(e been taken hi on the present rise. In that case, all w the eight liaiges which she hrowght from Wttslmnt areoafr etcept one. Ool. irotl-ios was at the mt when ihe Imham HMsed down. Yiwtrrpay, while strolling along Church atreei, we dttped into the office c4 Flder P. 8. Fall, which is sitwtsl in tit iar si bfc church. Tlw eloaa lirick walk, oranhadawad by the high walls, ws bor dered with two row of Sowers of almost every description. IIow appropriate that the pathway leading to a mlsfatcr's studio shoald Up radiant with flowarn, pointing, with perfmned hands "from Natare up to NatHre's Gotl." A s Aowcrs, theugh Hntcen by the eye of man, fling their perfome cn evcy aaig breese, su thcgoml deetls and holv mimat rations of the good man dltltee s iVagniHce over the lives of those around ibuoi lu wich onint ectttioii. ltowthe ' Mil-asiMrifr rise, like the ihccm" of flow ., to Uaavaii! How the spirit-Enger Jove to tlk the Boe of Sharon and Jlly of the Vlhr from th garden of Life, to twine around the brow of the grant Here ftr! A kio.1 Provider 1ms strewn all of asr pathwnvs with flowers of sweetest fragraw, uplat the dswdly Night yhade tlHW. AnwiamiR the great swlhm sak of raal ttto fit iheesmrlhowse this day at ten awl a Jailf M$, by. J.-USi K.. AW Brown, Ttio'Couccrt XJist Altil, The grand concert "for the benefit qt the Chnrch of the A dyenl'metT. lasl night, at flie chapel of the Shelby Female InstiV tute. The beauty and grace and chivalry of th&oity were there. Nashville, with a splendid rlock of home musical talent, is not at all dcpcmlerlt fin Itinerant amateur- or professional troops for an entertainment. tThe recent conrergiven in this rjty have shown the great amount of musical talent and oultiv&tton srnoDg the young ladies nf pur city. The music presented for the evening rep resented every variety of taste, "from grave to gay, from lively to severe." If we had time we would like to express our admira tiah of the musical talents of each one of the fair singers, but this would offend some body. It is expected that editors phonld praise every song bird as a mocking bird or nightingale, though some of the notes might he as harsh as the cawing nf thejrook or the croak oft he "raven. To lesa,than Jenny Lindis" jio compliment at all, and to speak of one voung lady as having a voice as soft anil rich as the 'Swedlh nightingale, and fail to speak of others in the same strain, gives great offense. We know of two editors who got into trou ble latelv ahont their reports of a concert. One spoke of the music, generally ol its prfTi, soul-like npfes Mrejobflng through the vaulted arrhes and dylngof ilsown sweetness on the night air, without commenting on the wonderful proficiency or want of pro ficiency in any one of the players. Jlis cpiougave offense because .it did not par ticularize individual achievements in song. Ah ! Byron was right when he paid "TH lil e.-uant sure to see one' name in print. A book' a book althouzh there's nothing in't. The other editor individualized elabo rately and spoke by the programme, which happened not to be strictly carried outlhat night, and so he gave offense. The concert last night was everything which the most ardent friends of the young ladies could have desired. The noble ob ject for which it was given, and the liberal support of llp?e. who art identified with other churches, tlemonHtrafed'the fact that the people of Nashville do not circum scribe, their charities hy.ohnrch or secta rian lines. We hope this entertainment may be re peated for the benefit of the same church till a splendid building will arise above the foundation already laid, which will be an, honor alike to the architectural . beauty of our city and to the congregation who worship there. TlieC'ourls, U-rm Static , Couirr, Hos. C. F. Triog May Ji. J. .1. Beck was admitted as nn attorney. Barry, Winham & Co. n. Dale, Ross & Co. Injunction granted. Morgan Vance r. P. M. Evan. Con tinned. Julus Barbaro.se vs. C. H. Trvin. Judg ment. G..B. Hughes . Bank of Chattanooca. Judgment. - ns -3 ."- .State of lenneee.. vs. Jwrker. t on tinned. A. C. anT)flMlWSP.vaT. Brennan. Judgment. Unltwl Slnlest. DeGrarTenreid. Judg ment. United fita'tes tn. Petri. " discharged on payment of costs. . W. F. Cooper vx. Mayor and Aldermen of Nashvill, ajid others, dismissed j de- icnuanis 10 pay costs. t , v Gibson Merritt t. Mayor and Aldermen of Nashville. Dismissed at defendants costs. , ( j Adler, lim, & Co.'ta.JVllke PowersJ Dis missed at defendant's cost. United States r. Morri Luky. Dis missed at defendant's cost. ifBCORDKR'a Codrt. Thomas Jackson, disorderly, discharged. Ben Hobson, same offense, discharged.' Wm. Edwards; drnpl; on street; ffc and rogts. John Beaty, refusing to put up number on his house an required by law ; paid oots. Bnit withdrawn CniMtSAi CorBT, Hon. John Hran S.MtTn. The misdemeanor docket was cleared yesterday, and the petit jury dis charged. The grand jury still have some business to transact, but will probably be discharged to-day, and the Court adjourn finally. The term has been a very active one, and a large amount of business dis posed of. Maoihtiiatks' CounT. Ike Dortch, tried for assault and battery, was fined by 'Squire Mathews $10 and costs. John Bunch, fined S25 and costs for as sault and battery on Catharine Nodenwas, kbound over to keepthe peace, as Ife still seemed disposed to be belligerent. 'Squire Wilkinson had a case of a board er at the itacev House, who was charged with getting hfs board, under- false preten ses. Criminal proceedings were withdrawn and attachment instead issued against the prisoner's baggage. Trajcsfctw or Be 41. Estate rort thf. Wrrui Jixniso, May 3. Wm. J. Lanier to T. C. Lanier, deed to land in the Hh district, $1000. J. Blunt. Robertson to Ellen M. Robert son, land in Ihe 13th district, $2000. P. B. Coleman to James Dovle,- lot in Edgefield, $S0O. E. F. Cheatham to Boyd M. Cheatham, interest in properly in Robertson and Cheatham counties, deed of gift. Milton nnd Win. B. Wallnork lo Jaokon Ross, land in iSth district, S1600. - Wm. Ilerrin to G. M. V. Kinier, landin Dixon county, S00. Elisabeth (.. l inn lo Thomas .1. Ii3y, dower interest in land in Simpson county, Kentucky. 1 E. Patterson, sheriff, to O. F. Noel, land in county, $2321 80. W. T. Sanders to Jennie Hunter, land in Edgefield. $12-30. Henrv T. WhlUett to Wm. A. Whitest, land in9th district; SS000. - ! James M. Hawkins and wife to ITenrv Caflrey, lot in Sigler's addition, $1200. John Burnett to Ifv& B. Douglas, land In Williamson eountv. S200. Fred. H. Stump to Sam'l Cnrroll. land in Cheatham eountv, $5000. James M. Hamilton to John Thompson, trustee for Marv E. Hamilton, two lots in citv. Si 400. Pat. Regan to James and Catharine lijrnn, ioi in cuy, ueeooi gin. John A. Cuminings to Andrew Johnson, lot in Goodlettsville, $300. M. Bf Howell, C and M.,c al., to James Haslain, tnistee of Clianty Cobb, lot in Hal.-im s addition, Jvtlo. To TTir Priiur in- GrxmiAL. Your at tention is respectfully called to the daily arrival bv express, of custom-made Boots ami Shoe, at the Nashville Shoe Store. 74 North College street. inch. 2fi-3m. M. Moboajcsttp.N XMnnterj' ltank oJeH-Re-deemed at par. mayl lm D. WFAYFR, Caslner. liLlf liiirnfirl-i wiiirtiiaMggMaaMiMltiMM HIS 1 THE SPRING! T TT 1 LATEST NEW. YORK, LONDON and PAUI3 STYX13S, or all oatoaa ami qciutt, jit BEING KXCU'SrVPLY IX THH HAT unit CAl btwiMRs-ve .-nn ottVra more cx tMtr 4 vrtd -tori: tfaaa &nr otair bsoss in the eitr WAIX 3k WALKER, (tpiwonta "Tftlt rCaM .t Walker.) tU tf ac rt'nui' kqitare. DR, W. Ii , NICHOL O VP ICR Corner of Cherry onil Union atxwt. Meeting ofjllic Chorober of Commerce A meeting of the Chamber of Commerce. iboiVplace yesterday, the only business of importance coming up being the instrno-. tions of the Kanawha and OWot River Salt Companies to their agents The action taken will le fonnd In the snbjoined re jwt . I ' CnAMRKR OP COMMERTP, NASHVILI.r, "Tre7KEs?F.K, May Sd, 18C7. At a special meeting of the Chamber 'this morning Ihe following resolution was nnanimonly adopted, and a copv of same ordered to be served on Messrs. Geo. CAl ten & Co., and Messrs. Rhea, Smith & Co., agents. Ilesoved, That we, in the name of the whole' body of merchants in this city, do most positively piotest against the new order issued by the Kanawha and Ohio River Salt Company to their agents in this city, and in justice to ourselves demand the same 16 be rescinded and the salt trade lie placed upon the hasia it was before Ihe order was passed. Resolved, That a committee of three be appointed to ascertain where and at what price a full supply of salt (sack or barrel) can be obtained. Committee Benebaker, Kwing and Car sey. A true copv. ' W. II. GoRpoN, Secretary. The Rliirt Trmte Tlionipson' BiiVl iiph House. No merchant in the Southern country has given greater attention to the shirt trade than R. H. Thompson, No. 41 Cherry Plreet. Having dealt in gentlemen's furn ishing good many years, he" has made it hi3 hu8ines3 to become familiar with the Fonrces of supply, and to know where the best shirts can alwavs be had. And he has made it a point to keep a stock, comprising the best styles, made of the best materials, and warranted to fit. If among the articles in store, the dealer cannot find any to suit, by leaving his measure, he can be supplied in a short while, with any style he may prefer. To this branch of the business making shirts rom measurement Mr. T. pays especial attention, and has given en tire satisfaction, as the hundreds of persons forwhora he has filled orders will testify. This shirt department is as com plete as a manufactory which employs It'OO operatives, and turns out the enormous amount of thirty-six hundred shirts yer day, can make it ; and we assume that it cannot be surpassed any where, for he has the pick and choice of this vast manufactory, the largest and most thorough in the United Slates. In this de partment may be found a full lineof French dress shirts, embroidered and plain bosoms, of collars iu paper and linen, together with all the novelties known in Europe, either English or French. Mr. Thompson does an extensive busi ness in all descriptions of gentlemen's fur nishing goods, and has, in addition, one of the largest assortments of hats, embracing all the latest and most fashionable styles ever brought to this city. Ife is, besides, an old resident of Nashville, completely identified with the city, all his interests lying here, and the profits of his trade as sist in building up and widening the gen eral prosperity. Citizens, and strangers visiting Nashville, may always rely upon him.; and we commend his house particu larly to private citizens in1 all the country trading with Nashville, who may want any thing in his line. They can order supplies with entire confidence in the result. MAnr.tAnn Licrxsns. The following is the marriage licenses issued by the County Court Clerk of Davideon eountv, from April 20th, May 3d, 1S67: vrniTn. - Charles A. Thompson and Emily, E. Compton. Frank Vierkant and Ottilie Fox. ' ; Michael' Cogrove and Sarah Costallde.. COT.ORFP.) David Seward and Clara Mallory. Clem. Hickman and Narcissa Brown. Boyd Hyde and Polly Boeley. Silas Elliot and Silva Burton. Samuel Payne and Mary Roberts. ElTRIAIJ AT THE ClTY CEMETERY IN THE MoHTn or ArRiu The interments in the City Cemetery, during the past month, amounted to forty-four eighteen white nnd twenty-rix colored as follows: 1st April Colored infant, still born. 2d " Dolly Rnllige, pneumonia. 3d " Eliiabeth Pentroose, white, consumption. " Isaac W. Deckers, while, cancer. - i Gth Gth 7th 7th " 7th 7th 8th 8th 10th 101b 10th 11th 12th 12th 15th 15th 10th 10th lGth 18th 19lh 19th 20th 12 1st 21st 21st 21st 21st 22nd 24th 24th 24th 2Gth 27lh 2Sth 29th 29th 29th 29th 30th Infant, spasms, . Lucinua Cain, dropsy, . Infant, white, still born, ii .I ii " " unknown. " whooping-cough. " white, teething. " typhoid1 fever. " hemorrhage lungs. D. Williams, white, disease of heart. Infant, white, inflara. brain. " " disease of lungp. " lock-jaw. " white.spasm. Elizabeth Winston, consump tion. John Daniel, unknown. Infant, white, brain fever. Mrs. Mary Washington, white, cancer. Infant, pneumonia. Andrew Anderson, white, dis ease of the heart. Infant, white, disease of the lungs. Harriet Myers, consumption. MaryEeid", white, scrofula, infant, teething. " bilious fever. Lewis Stewart, consumption. Infant, spasm. " whooping-cough. " white, pneumonia. Elizabeth Taylor, brain fever, Infant, still born. Betsy Smith, consumption. Mary Childress, consumption. Inthnt, whooping-cough. " pneumonia. Mack Noil, old age. Infant, while, pneumonia. Ben KevevSPph3X.v Infant, white, jaundice. Samuel Wells, consumption. Great Exn tement ! 1 1 has at last been decided that the bet Boots and Shoes can only be got at the Nashville Shoe Store, No. 74 "North College street. inch. 26-3m. M. Moroanstern. Wanted. Tnr ProrLE's Bank, corner Union and Cherry streets, will pay ninety-live cents for Tennessee Coupons due July 1, 1SG7. mav3 tf R. T. KIRKPATRICK, NO. 53 .COTXF-GE STREET, YS NOT IN RECEIPT OF HIS TfSOAL X rupnlr of Swwonotila Ilryjcoods, and erery tnins- in tbw lins tsar be foand at his etatliebnient, of the bet aualitr.. newest deaisrn. and at the lowwt nairtble rnref. He bogs to refer particnlarlr to his stock of Sprlrss- rsiid Summer Ircss Gccsia, NtlU nr.d Ijicc Wrnpplugs, KomesttcN. I.lncng, llonae rnrnlshlny GcoAs, Hosiery, Iov, And Q0DS FOR BOYS' "STEAK.. nprt lm REMOVED. -nrr o. MoCOY iias removed from If. Hardcwtle. Gennett A Co-7fi South .Mar ket utrfet. lo 60 COLLEGE STREET with James Whlf i Co, nnd herebr authnriie Jaaes Vbeles Jt Co to Men Billj ofLadinc in lay nnao far the NnshrHlt and E?ern Cotton Bxpre! aa oe commons m uj COY A?at for N. .t E. Cotton Rxpre and Bclttoo r A Ohio Railroad. nirtS Ira New Tailoring Establishment, VASfIEKi J". sav.STAS . tfQCLD BR NO. 28 . CHERRY STREET, i (KWth at thMaiwelf HfensS,i aarl2fa NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE SPECIAL NOTICES. Ntlll JIousfA ttnoti'CIiHnre lor IU- . ( , r" .1 1 ,A1 it V.t. Mnl. Uarlcy'analtre.forMle'aUTcry low fijwrrs. GaU eoon at No. Pj North Market street. anrSO tf k SIel leal. Not only in this city, but this entire country has become fnrailinr with tlie repntation nf Dr. Coleman, as the mot reliaMe, np.l Fuivess'ul practitioner, ia his FPfYislity. in the South. Perhaps no jihysimn has eiren more attention to, and applle.l hirafelf more tnrncstly anil aysiiluously to dieover the rawt speedy and positive rnre of Dlnense' of 1V-. mnles, JIIspiisps of a prlynle nnture. IKnntiood'H HelilllUes, Seir-Blne, Xer vons neblllfy, Sesnnl Infirm Ulei, etc.. than be bs.. Patient'! who reside in the country can have the remedle? appllrabte to their fev- eral disorders forwarded to nny part, carefully secured in a portable compass, nnd in every rcpect of convenient use. Ladies need not hesitate in applying for adviee. A personal in terview is not At-wir? necessary. .Medicines, with Instruction?, can be administered through the medium of correspondence. Pr. Colemnn may nlwnys be found in his omce, 5n the rear of his rns Store, on Mc Leinore street. His medicine3 are carefully and accurately compounded by educated and accom plished phaTmacentists, Address, L. L. CoLEius. M. D.. aprll tf 210 Church Ft.,Nashville. Tenn. IlallAii Awiilne rar.de at,liort notice. Bhech. Masiove & Co., aprt tf No. 25i North Colle;?. Npeclnt Notice. ON THE OPENIKO OF A BILLIARD Room it is eenerally the custom, as every one know?, to hnve several champions present to entertain the pnblic torafew hours; but on account of so much suffering anion? our people, we thought proper to give trie orphans of this city and poorof Chattanoo?a that benrfit, -which we have done for the la't two weeks. And again, as it is sometime." the cn.-toni of givin; preminms. ruch as watche?, etc., and bavins proof of the last two weeks' busine that the citizens of Nashville appreciate our efforts to help the needy, we have therefore concluded to eive ten per cent, or our profit to the poor of Nnshrille, from the lstday of April. 1S67, up to October 1st. lSfi. (six months,) which amount will be remitted weekly to the Mayor of Nash ne that the amateur billiard nlav- crj nnd the public in general will appreciate the cnti'e and sustain it. CAl' VIS IfUHKTHKOL. marSO tf Colonnade Billiard Hall O. Bolime, Trimming- anil Vnrlely Nlore, 1.19 ClmrcSi Street, (Kirkraan Block.) The latest Novelties in Staple and raney Trimmings. All the friends I made the last fifteen years are politely invited and requested to brins theie friend? alor!s. The old establishment on' Fnion. street will. for the present, be kept up, in first rate style, too. mar31 tf I will positively Sell t'henp for Cash, the followinslsroods t Men's sewed and pegged Calf Boots. Men's line'se'wed and pegged Calf fjaiters. Men's Balmorals andBrogan!Shoes and Boots. Men's Oxford Ties. Ladies' Olove Kid Gaiters. " " " Balmorals. " " nnd cur Kid side lace Boots. " Drcssed.anil undre?;ed Moroeo'laceBoot", " Cloth Gaiters and Balmoral?. " Bu.'kinsandSlippers. Misses Cloth Gaiters nnd Balmorals. " Calf and Kid sewed lace 'Shoes. " " " pegged !' t " Olove Kid Balmorals. Child Gaiters and Balmoral', sewed nnd pegged. Infant Shoes in great variety; At the Nashville Shoe Store. 71 North College street. M. Morgan'stern. raar2t 3m A Oawl lo InvnlliSs. A clergyman, while re.'iding in South America as a missionary, dis covered a safe and simple remedy for the cure of Nervous Weakness, Early Decay, Disease? ,of the Urinary nnd Seminal Organ3, nnd the whole Irain of disorders brought on by baneful and Ticioir habiti. Great numbers have been cured by this noble remedy. Prompted by a desire to binefit tho aSicted and unfortunate, I will send the recipe for preparing and using thismedicine. in a sealed envelope, to any one who need it, FRKE op chime. Addre? Joseph T. I.vmax. Station D, Bible House. New Tort city. feblt-Sm lUrhelor'V Ifolr Iyi. This splendid Hair Dye is the best in the world. The only rur and psrfert i'f Harmless . Reliable, In stantaneous. No disappointment. No ridicu lous tints. Natural Black orBrown, Remedies the ill effects of Bad Jiex. Invigorate sthe hair, leaving it soft and beautiful. The genuine is rigned William A. Batchelor. All others are mere imitations, and should be avoided. Sold by nil Drngiists and Perfamew, Factory 81 Barclay street, New ork. de329-ly Selling; On! at 3ier York Cost. To clo'o burlness, we aro positively closing out at New York c.i't prices our flock of Fine Groceries, Wines, Brandies, Havana and Do mestic Cigar'. PtxnoLFixi A Rm, jdnlrt 12Worth Cherry itreet. Av sligible front portion of an office on Church street, in the Maxwell Douse, can be obtained by applyins at this office, or at No. 79 Church street, next door to the Maonie Hall. febl tf French Brothers, No. 3 Broad street. continue to sell their large stock of Iron. Nails, Bolt'. Nutts. "Vahers, Hinges. Vices, Anvels. Gum Packing. Hoes. Trace Chains, Steelyard', etc. Our Tennessee Iron. Tennessee Plows. Tennessee Bellows, Tennessee Furniture need no comment. Call and exnmine. We also have six eight-wheel Freight Cars, price lr0 each. and n platform track scale. CS feet, capacity M tons. priceSlW; feb6-tf To Consumptives. The Advertiser, bav ingbeen restored to health in a few weeks, by a very simple remedy, after havingsnffered several years with a severe lnng affection, and that dread disease. Consumption is anxiou3 to make known to his fellow-sufferers the means of cure. To nil who desire it, he will send a copy of the prescription used, (free of charge), with the di rections forpreparingand using the same, which they will find a sure Cprb for Coxscuptwx, Asthui. Bronchitis. &c. The only object of the odvertiscr in sending the Prescription, is to benefit the afflicted, nnd spread information' which he conceives to be invaluable; and hopes every sufferer will try this remedy, as It will cost them nothing, and may prove a blessing. Parlies wishing the prescription, will please addrcs Rer. EDWARD A. WILSON. Williamsburg. Kings county. New York. ortZV lydlw TO STONE MASONS. M'MI.I-n PROPOSALS WILL BE R1T- O ceived by me, at my office in 1'ayetteville. till the llrt Monilny In June for bnildine nt 1'ayetteville. Lincoln county, Tenne?ee. a STONE JAIL llOrSi:..tw stories high, to contain sit cells below, iron doors, tin or other metalic roof, sewers, cistern, air fur nace for warming, etc., according to plan and specifications to be seen nt my office. Also, a BRICK HOl'dE for Jailor's residence, with four rooms, eighteen by twenty feet. Payments will be made in cash as the work progresses the whole to be completed in twelve, months. R. FARliU II ARSON. Chairman Board of Commissioners. may31w I'sios axd DisMTrn publish fourweeksdnily, and forward bill to this office. yatttfrille tVftrrer. , EWING & CO., WHOLESALE GROCERS, FLOUR AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, OFFER TO THE TRADE, AT THE VERY h.wert market prices 75 hogsheads N. 0. and Island Sugar. 300 barrels Refined Sugar. hoo bigs Coffee. . , 100 barrels R. a and T. N. Co. Whisky, aoo package N- 0. and Nortfasm Syrups. Besides all other articles usually cold in our Hnel lhoy also offer at LOWER PRICES than St. Lonis cr Cincinnati isarkets, 1000 barrels all grades FJoar. may21w To ihe Creditors of Alexan nnder Fall, Tieceased. A3 ILL HAVING BEET FILED IN XuZ Chancery Court at Nashville, for the set tlement ot the estate of Alexander Fall, de ceased, its insolvency baring praviossly been suggested in the Coast' Court, yon are hereby notified to file your claims in the cmce of the Cierkasd Master within the tiras.reqnircd by law trod saakeTGuaielvas parties to the snit. ' i- MORTON B. HOWELL. rnayS 2w Clerk and Muster. UNION BANK NOTES. ALL UNIOH BANK NOTES AND. CERTI fisatea ef DepoMt ft rtfutered Ujpaid in full, on tires tnUtion to the unJersipntd at the Bank. No. St College at reel. Nashville. J Ob, V. ALLP..N,Cathir. , aprlS lmdA2mw LIME, llTOR WHlTEWVlSHrNO AND BrsrNflEjCfr T lngpnrpwes. ftrsfjbr . T y2 lw No. S3 Broad rtrett. FINANCE AND TRADE. flolil la a,sliajLJijgliei having openeil riii-5Kciv York- y.eatemaftthS-jI. was lSGjat' ll730136J.aW25MMi at 2 r. raiul cJose'd1atd36iiat-4Ti. Brokers hero were qtyirr?,lg4 and holding at LvG'. ,(iovcrnnieiTO securltieAverO; quoted in Jxe York yerderday as JoTlows: fi-SO?. coupons - - 110?3.1t0 5-20'll series, coupon' IiWV43.1UVv VJOs. :tilserie.Vconpons..... VaiOSiW .r'-i'. new inue Vni&UC'.i lil-4ft?..... 69 i?(Jy,, --SOs.. . .... lKyfiW London advices of the -oil "inst quote United States 5-.10s at 71$, Exchange on New York was in good de mand ye"terdav. The. hanks here hnying at par, and selling at SI AO per one thou sand dollars. There N hit.f lilUe doinjc in unrtirrent funds. Bank of Tennessee wn quiet at 30c huy ing nnd 30c selling. Ollifr Tennessee monev nnd Southern Bank notes were dull at the advertised rates. Nashville Corporation checks abundant on the maiket at 15ri discount. Tennessee honds pold in New York on the 29th ult. at follows : $4000 ex. coupons at C2c, S2000 ex. coupons at C3Jc, 15,000 "new at COc, $25,000 hew aC p9Ji S3000 ex. coupons at C2c, and $6000 new at 59Jc. These are lower pricea for Tenneeeliond than they have commanded for a long The New York Post of the afternoon of the 30lh ult. says; "The speculative feel ing in Wall street continue, and there is a degree of confidence and animation pre vailing. The rate for call loans is 4 to 5 per cent, on government securities, and 5 to C per cent, on miscellaneous collaterals. Commercial paper of the highest grade continues scarce and wanted at G to Gi. Less known names are claely scrutinized and pass at high, rates. We ohserved, how ever, a continued accumulation of idle capital, the'Mipply of currency is . increas ing from the interior, and there is an evi dent increase of general connuence. These three conditions of an easy money- market being present, the general anticipation is that there will he no interruption of the existing ease for some timewto comei' The statement of. the Newi York city hanks for the week .ending t, Saturday last, April' 27, compare as follow; with the pre vious week, and with the corresponding week last year; to which we add the specie and currency balances in the New York of fice of the United States Trexsury at these dates respectively : ' April X. 'OS. April 27. 'B7. April CO. V,;. Nat. cati,l...$73,107.700 STS.W.-OO $7M7r.7(0 Local 837S:K 9.0C2.M0 WeftHft Totaleapitnmi.V200 SSWCO.ajO fcSWtf.0 Loans.'.-.- 4Hr..017.2 2I7.737.M1 247.Ml.7tl UoUl & eold 1Kinr notes S.243.937 7.401.3nt Other L. Tds 80.&S9.022 C7.Wl.l Deponit 2u2.71S.f-75 lS7.fi74.n41 Oinml.llni. fT7 5n.fiQ1.2j 7.fiiV-'V. il4.iitti.916 Ht.CJp.Ii.ri . iso'.wi.Wl Tn 3. TrMV 97j:27!a23 U9.86,'..416 112.fMl.07t The changes from the. pre.vipnuweek'j otatement are as follows:- - Increase in loans-i!"' -- Decrease in specie Increase in other lejal tender- . . S175.CM .. . . 21S.231 . .. . 3.S2U.435 Increaselndepositi S-JJ-Hift Decrease in circulation. 4(.st The nited States Treasurer, on the 1st inst. received forty millions of the three percent, certificates offhe' temporary loan, authorized by the a. t of March 2, td be issued in exchange for the maturing com. pound intere'fnotP'fnnV' in the hands of national banks. These certificates are to take the place of the compound interest note held by the hanks as paTt of their re serve fund, and are issued in denomina tions often thousand dollars only. The cotton circular af L. P. Morton & Co., nf New York, dated the 27th nit!, re marks upon the cotton crop : The mo'.t carefully drawn estimates give only aU..it 1-.J.00O bales of the crop remaining for fuj tr.ro export, agiint 350.000 bales for the corres ponding period of last year. Counts of the sup ply at this port, made within the past fortnight, show that the stock has been over estimated about tiO.OOJ bale?. The consumption by domes tic manufacturers has been largely increased this year, tho amount taken from September 1 to date being 440.000 bales, or nn average or l.000 per week; at which rate the home consumption would considerably exceed 700,000 bales per an num, an increase of one third upon last year. The total receipts for the last four weeks amount to 120.000 bales, including 2-5.000 bales foriait week, making the total since September 1. 1. OJO.OOO bales. Tho exports for the weet are about 40,000 bales, including 27.000 bales to Oreat Britain and 12,000 to the Continent. The stock at all ports is estimated at 410.0x0 bales. The indications respecting the next crop are as yet too incomplete to admit of any estimate. Reports Tery uniformly represent thattna arei planted this year islarger than last. The plan ters are this year comparatively free from the difficulties connected with the scarceness and barenness of the seed, the utter diorianualion of labor, the lack of tools, eins, buildinfrs, eb, nnd thencslected condition of their lands, llavinsr to invest less in providing the appliances for planting and (Catherine the crop, they have the" more for use in land and labor. These considera tions favor the probabilities of an enlarjed crop. But there are also circumstances which, to some extent.counterbalance theie facfcvThe factors are eenerally stipulating, a? a condition of their ad vances, that the planter shall produce an ample supply of grain and pork for plantation consump tion, which will cau" n. certain acreage to be placed under grain fhich otherwise would be planted with cotton. , , The result of the present crop has not beer such as to leave Iu the hands of the small plant ers the means for plantins actively this year; and as they derive no assistance from the fac tors, the production is likely to be less than in lSGTi. The danjrer to the crops of Louisiana, and Mississippi, from the broken condition of the levees of the Mississippi river, is a, serious drawback to tho prospects of the crop ih that sec tion. The levees cannot be prepared this year, nml tliofinpst cnttnn district of the South must therefore be constantly liable to inundation. In some sections of the South it is apprehended that considerable interruption of labor may arise from political excitement connected with the working out ofthe plan of Federal reconstruc tion. With so many new contingencies affect ing the crop, it would bo quite premature to forecast the probable yield; it may. however, be rtuite safely affirmed that the supply will large ly exceed that ot lastyear. OENERALMARKETS. Nashville, May 3, r. m. Cotton". The cotton market was dull again to-day, tinder the effect of advices from abroad. There was hut little ofTered, and only a a few .puiall lots eold, amount ing in all to fjfi hales, as follows r 1 at 18 ; 9 at 19; at 22; 30 at 20J ; and 1.1 at 2Sc per lb. Ral. Received - - 21 Shipped - - Sold - W The following dispatches were received during the day : Nkw York, May 3, 11:30 a. n Oold 13G. Cotton quiet but steady. . 12:30. Gold lKGf. Cotton dull and prices nominal ; 27J23. 2 r.r, Gold 12C. CcRton dull "and heavy. 4 ?. m. Gold closed at iS6J. Cotton inactive and prices drooping; 27c, Re ceipts 1152. Sales 1000 bale?. Lokdok, May 3 Noon. Consols 51; S-20'3 71;. LrrrsrooLjMay 3 Noon. Cation qniet hot firm. Sale3 to-day 8000 bales; 11 ll;d. Saleobf the week to gpeculatcre 93,000 bales; to- exporters 30,000 balei. Stock 823,000 ; of hich 403,000 are Am'eri--can. Bullion In Bank 'of Urijknd, de creased 83,000. 1:30 ?. M. Cotton dull -and pria hare MA Illicit a " . -s C-fc. 4 v irCottnn timet but firrat illf 11 fd. Salfs to-day 10,000 bales. Corn. Not quite as much demand to day. Small eales at $1 25. Hat-2330 per tou. , Floor $12 60(m$17 O0 per hbh, and supply limited- " . ' ""V BAC5H.rSal4at'l3i s!dM and H5efbribam3. " ". ttm tJ i K? .'-- GROCERna. Market quiet, without any cbinje in price. , -j. MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH. I 1 .- I I I 7 Cinplnnnti Mnrkpf. Ciscivsati. May X Flour firm at full pri ces. Wheat firm and but little offered; No.. 1 spring $3 00; No. 2 Minnesota. V; No. 1 SBKM Gp Corn in srotxl demand. and pricey hisber. clasinc at Jt ttJin bnlk.nnd5.1 1 sacked. Oatit firm at 72e. Whisky 2'-c and firm, tiitton dull nt 2"Jie for middlinir. Pro iiiops un-i rhnnired ana firm. Jles pork in demand at $22 "id, but c:m't be bought Ulow 71. ' t ' t -' St.' I.ouls3Iirltei. Sr. Lnris. Mar 0. Tobacco is firm bnt utv changed. Cotton business very .lim. nt life but market inactive, at unchanged prices. h(at firmer, &tij.,Ma su lorj-cnoice spring; ss J mi tor choice ra.l. froviions .Me porir nela higher, nnd the market for other articles firmer, bnt bmines' small. Mes pork sold at $22 Uv Sew York UlnrUet. Kfw Vors, Mav ".Cotton less activp, at 14? lower. Sale or 1200 bale. ntC7Ucfor raiddlint uplands. Flour market 152,'ic better, and m more demand. Pales of 140O bbls. at S10 9011 2T for superfine, state and western ;12 3013 75 for common to medium extra": S13 SSsflsSS choice do; SIS 10i'4U 20 for goot shipping brands and cstra It. H. O.. and SUfflfiflo 50 lor tradehrands. market cloingfirme. Rye flonf Grnier at'$3 0OW 0 00. Whisky quiet and unchanjed. and the niafket 23o better. Com firmer, at SI 39a$ Htfor mixed we'tern in stnret SI 42doadoat,;. 1 S161 37JS for mixed western. Oats-S0i?SV for western; S5?jt; for Ohio, the latter price afloat, and AJta&o in store. Sugar native, at 104M0fcc for Cuba, and lOjjaiOJi; for Porto Rico, ilolaese? quiet, at 43c for Cuba. Pork Bteady and quiet, at 2rJ!'2S 35 for new mes. rlosins at $23 25 cash; S22 0022 25 for old mess; 619 00t19 "Jl f..r rrime $22 1222 2 for prime me. 'ew Tork Jloney nml Slockl.llarliot. Nr.w.l'oBc. May 3 Money easy. and stead arf-fticforwill. Sterling a Shade easier, at M-,c. uoiu urm. opening at is. .11. . ...--IS 1 . 'I.' t J and de clining to 1SSJJ. and cloins at 36K. Govern-, ment stocKs urm and active, r reigtit ro.ijircr pool dull and drooping... . . . .VevrTorU Money Mnrliet. New Yorc, May 3. Money market un chanseil. Call loans &S6C on stock collatteml hterlins firmer bntactive. Last gold price U6 bid, and 137 asked. There i a erowins fenr that we hare to export specie to liquidate ioreisn in lebtedne?3 on faljfjbamU in London, which :trenzthen3 sold nere. flovernuient socnii- ties firm, and the clo.'ine rate' were fijr coupon 'SI, 110;3110?i; 5-2)? resi'tcrcd 'fiJ. 105K100 : 5-20. coupons V2. 1 07' I 0:'s; Mo H "lSil OS-'i; do '6. 10:. yilW; do Januaryand July,107y107; 10-t0s resistered. P87.W$: 10-40 coupon?. -WO'.tOM: An?un 7-COj. 100.-s105I; JunoT-iO ltd KV-'f Sew York Dry GooiN Sfnrkct. Nrtv York. May 3. Dry good? market rather quiet, and but little change to note in prices. Standard sheeting steady at 20c; i-econda, I'J;: common makes like Roxburs. unbleached. 17'-3c. Brown sheeting steady at 12117'. Bleached muslins in stead? reque?t. nnd at full price? for popular makes, but tina low makes are slightly lower: Lhngdori, 1"' ': Washington, 14e, nnd Constitution 12c. Print less active, bnt firm, except Worragan. which t reduced to (lingham steady, except Cameron, which is down to Me. f -TT-T ' , ' . . .RIVER NEWS. (ARRIYfD. -Talisman, Cairo. DEPARTED.- Gen. Sigel, Up River. LEAVING TO-DAY. . 1 I TalIsman,I Cairo. J . ." .T.b. Graham, "Up Hi ver, The river was riling slowly la't evening, with about eight feet on Harpeth Rlioala. TJi&eweathertwas cleaijtindJvery pleasant. The Tnliarnaacl ears all r. M. trwlay for Pairo. ; The J. L. Graham clean for up rivir ports at I p. M. Phe will have a good triplia vijiQhrpHght l6wn n'uunibcr of nier chants who have purchased supplier and return with them on her. The. Ohio was on a fltand at Inniiville Thursday, and falling at Cairo. The St, Louis. Democra ftlied ?ays The river fell vesterdayfqne'.'iiiilv The Upper rivera are flteathly falling. Receipts are fair and business generally of an aver age brisknesi. The weather is, again Jair and pleasant,. The Olive. iDranch'ff report ai to the decline of water in the lower Mis sissippi is very interestinc. The low landsfwilljEOon beisihle. " TlI&iplrisin fh.wly at iremTajjntthe'l'it,ind continued to rne on the 2.1. The m7mcie of the 2d my Tlie overflow Ta doing much damage along the river. The planters have been unable to do anything, and the prospects for the coming crop look ro diconraging that merchants are unable to make them any advances. A gentleman Informed nn yesterday that people wore actually in a starving condition in Bolivar county, Mis sissippi, and that plantera were forced to turn their stock out to perish, being unable to obtain food for them. The buffalo, fcnats are al'0 killing the stock in every direc tion. The present condition of the plant ers along the Mississippi indeed looks gloomy and desponding. rvr 'titio, Nt. I.oiiIh, MempliU hihI New Orlonim. mllR SPLENDID PASSENGER I ateaier TALISilAN, Wm. Strovo. Master. O. AV. DavIS.i Clerk, will leave as above on SATURDAY, the -4th inst., at 4 o'clock e. M. For freight or passage apply on board, or to CORBKTT A BOTD. Agents. 41 and 42 Front street, may". 2t or II ARRTP0N Si SONS. As'w. V'liper Cumbiirlanrt Inrtejieinteiit T.Ine For Carthage, Home and Burkuville. THE SPLRNDID PASSENGER Packet J. L. ORA1IA.M. Brv. L. Ilrun Mnsler. S. W'aTPBS. Clerk. will leave as above on SATURDAY, the tilt inet ot i nVlnplr 1 . For freight or passage apply on board, or to! V. A. PJIEBLC3, Agent. may32t Cor. Uroad and iront U. J.s..G. Oanry, Prest. Cns. T. Wtso, Cashier PEOPLES' 11 A .V K . scccEssons to wixo, Toni:r ro., Corner ITnton nnd lierrTJ., Oppnlln Bauk or 'IVnno.sHee, IeiUi In li!il, NHver, Oovornment Ntavll, Ciim hiiiikI I literal N'oti-M.ljniit Vrrnnl unit Soultseru ItonU Xote. fctosixo fricks thh ihte. Buying. fiujiinj V. S. Bonds. '81 109 ,7oId l. 5-20M 1st series '62 107 Silver 126 " 2l " 'o4 104J4I i.vt masivT'i. 2,i " 'iVjlrti 40. warlS12$ ,40 New (Jan A- Jnly) 107J! SO. J.8o Coup, ihw vs 120. - iiai Aug7-30jlst series l(Vi5; 100. .lune "M " 116' I 160. not 1312 Aim 414 ; .lulr " 3d TEXXEaSCB BiSC NOTr5, Bank Tenn old rat Comp. Int. Notts. June. IVA July " Oct " ' Dec " May.lVA Aug Sept " Oct llSV'!Planter3 Bank 40 nTKirnton Bk A- Cert's 9!' 117K Bank Chattanooga M 116V' " Knnxville (?. UfK' M Mid Tenn ft'. I12K1 " rcstTenn 4fi 111 , " ?helbyville V. City Bank fi . 110 'iCommerelal Bank H Tenn Rond n UcoeeJlanK P 05 Southern Bank sf " (--iiinnr.a L A N R R tax rea juri Life, lien lit0 Corporation scrip 35 : AUo the highest price paid fir all iiftdi u Southern Ilank rote-i. I'nntM Price li't far niched when desired. Wr'arc sku.ivo n S.Rev'enne'fftaniH at Out. ernment ratM of Dteont. .ruma, :) to 100 2 per cent di. .Frawe 1 F (( to WO S per rentdis. Swllierland IZ t W0 tolC04 percent dU.JBelgium ) 1 r rones 3tt) ifer K. Y. Krchftn-.l IS iirdEEMiXT. Cincinnati " 1-10 pr. 'Bremen fl Kper 1 gold Louisville " llOpr,. Thivler. Memphis '" W pn-mJBernn, 0P per 1 Pri BmfUl Drafts ; " ! slan Thaler. foKMOT Exch.qs .Muuieh 1. fiOJi Holani 1 tfl SO per jPrankfort per ona Ireland V one pound AmesterdamJ Uullder. &ratland J Sttrlinj, Corporation eheaka Yi ' perant'diaeouGt Deposits received and coll ectioss made en nil aciesible points. Offlca hoan, 8 a u. to 5 p. ii. Tn Chancery at NaahTiIle, State of Tn n eases Ci crfc 'i Qffi O'tuHftry Conrt at.KaahtBlei'Aprll theafthSsfl . -Jase3 71. Dod J, complainant, ra. VTas'tincn Barren-, et. alx. defendants. of the State nf Ttaseeree: it it thtrefetnc th.-.l ho enter hi: &cceorance herein on or tka third Moi-diT cl the next term of said Ccurt. to be bald on the nt Monday ta liflfeext. lie?. Tind ' rteftd, asnver r deaar t- t cta plaisant's iJiil CTReilrir, or the suae wiii be taken for ronfesird aj to him cd sat fr r tK) rcz ex parte, and thato noyy M im ordaii 6 pne TiUe Union and iiapoteti A eopy Attet M. b. novrerx Clerk and iftater. fmoreotoM't. aprli 4nr K. A Ed- Baxter. Administrator Xolloe. rpHE INSyLVENCT OF HIE PR30KvL X tateoteilxStaub,deeeiuj,hatfnrbeeo aiuueated ta ttui OountrOonrt CI ail." nMaif Uavldttn. county, uid-a petitbn- hatfor'beerf filed m the unancery Court at Na'hrilla mnlstraid. estate in the Chin eerAConfl, all' tlfunuapainutnia eitaw will 'he bled witn'tas Clerk and Master of said Court by th May Rnlen. PETER JECK. Adm'r. H. H. Haii:soi, Sol r. aar34 w4t THE ' STATE , ' INSURANCE . COMPANY, OF U ASIIVILL"E. CAlPITVX, $200,000 FERE, .If .f 7? IX E, nCLL ISMSB TltANSPOirTATIO ItimiVi Token nt ro. tillable Itfttc-4. 3-Lo??m fairly ailju'teil and proraftb paWta Office. Secand National Rank buildtns'. Clbrj street. JOHN LUMSDEX. Pretdent. W. .1. THOMAS. Vi.'a IVelblent JOSEPH NASH. Secretary. oct6-doa-sp RORT. FLRTCHKR. QKO. ft. CfSOCKIOT. NEW CtOODS. FLETCHER &. CROCKETT, 102 riTFRirJnr ST., Opptv.ii t. Cloud Hotel. TTrEINVITHTlin ATTRITION OF OUR' I friend to our itocfe of ctvpi.e axi rAxrr XD-y O-OOIDS Which we are eorntanllv receirfna. Onr etftck is entirely new. and having I.mti nnMhm.l - ?ina the decline in rriee bj- one of the firm 1 if bo h now in New ork. ire are enabled to aner ereat waucetnents to all who may deire anything in our line. Lall nnd examine our stock. We will at all tini(H take sreat picture in ehwing our good. ri.r.Tcnr.it .i- cuockett. maris tf t kaiii: sow Rrccivixn oxrJ of the laKet.-and best assorted Spring Stocks df : 5 ! - A SO SI WI-NDO-W SHADES Ever brought to this city, and are otferiog ?reai inuucemenn to purchasers. MR. I SI. OOKDT. the fl.l.5t nnd moat accomplished Decorator in NahVille. is foreman over onr Parer llatizin? and Oivo- flratin; Department au.l wo in every instance injure atisiaction. tall ana examine our; itocu lietore purchasing. .TOIIX YI'. HILL aV CO., (Succes'or to Merritt A Ilillj T nrritClI STKKirr.tnerr nnraber.l Oppo iteM'aTivell House, feblt ?m ?i OCULIST. IR. 0T. It. GENTRY, TJORMERLY OF FRAKFORT. KKNTF0KV. JD has permanently locate.1 himfelf at Jackson. Tennessee, for the purpose of practicing bis pro fession. Kefers to the citizen ot Middle and West Kentucky. MMdla and NVsteTenneswee. RIlT cash without reserve. feb-Varu ,1 34 PA. PER BAGS. T E HAVE IN STORK AND OFFER FOR .1 1 Rnl tn merchants and others a lar?e lot ot llTrnppine Paper. Manilla Paper and Paper UaM, nt tho inllowing priceii. in rearninauie iois. to the trade Donble Crown Wrapping, per bandle-V-91 lft Medium WrappinK. rer bundle ' Single Ctown Wrapping, per bundle-.-- Oil Manllla'Paper from 15 tn IS centt'per pound. Paper Bajs nnd Paper llonr Sacks at Cincin nati price. ltumret BrfaTil". Roolins Pjrer and Ro.iGnf Titcb on hand at low prices. U'o Pay Q)4 Centa par I'.iiui.l, Cnsli, ' ' fftr Oowt rftflnn'HrK". wiiiTr..nAX linos.. No f.9 N.,rthea't side Pnblio Square. niarl7 tf SEEDS. trE HAVE JT'ST RECEIVED A LARGE I ? stock of well assorted flanleu Seed, from David Landreth, Which wt? will sell nttbelone't. market prices. (1. WMIENDERSROTT, Corner Cedar street and Square, Nashville. jan27-Sm CHANCERY SALES ..... PPIW- ' - Saturday, .May 18, 18G7. IWhltwi.rth and llowren, ailm'r.TW.' .Tames ' Carter and others. e TN PWR81UN0H OF DECRERS OF THE X Chancery Court in thHiiao, I will sell at the Courthouse at Nnsfiville, at 12 oVIaeV. on Snlnrilny, Mh.v IS, 1SB7, ' The un.-old portion of the traet nf land near McWhirterfville. belnnint lo the e'tate of Jame-i Buchanan. deeael, rn'itin of '. 1. One let of about twenrj two acre", on tni northeast corner of the ir.i.-t. aitjoininic the lands of T. C. MeCaiapbaR and Hen. A. V. Oillera. 2. One tract of about forty four ncres, lyinu alone the lano Iradlnit to MKVory's Creek Church, between the tranta told to Judge Fra iler and to James Leehy. Tbbmb One-third cah. and tbe residue an credits of six, twelve and emhteen months, with interest from date. .Note required with prnal security, nnd a lien retained.. Sale free frem re demption. .MORTON R. IIOWKLL. apr27 td Clerk and Master. Thomas Cliadwell, ex'r, va. O. V. Mc . Koberta and others. TN PRRSLANCK OF A DECRRH OF THE I. Chunerry Court in llin rate, I will sell at the Cpuitueweat Nashville, at;i2 o'clock on Solurilny, Mny IK, lfr, A lot fronting sixty four fret on Vine street, between Broad anil iMeOavork eet, and run ning back about K' fret tu un alley, beimc the snme property eonveyl by O P. McRoberU ta .1. V. Rateliffe. TtRMH-Creltt ot 6. 12. 16 nad 21 months', with interest fram day of sale. Ntes rcinlred with approved seaurlfy. nnd a nrn retained. Sal free from redemption. .MOK TON B. HOWRLL. 3pr27 td CI irk al .Mailer. W. A. Clteallnrti v. .fame A. Jennings, TN IHIrttiUANcM OP DRCRBRS OP TnR Chancery Uart at Nuh U. I will sell ut Lie CrtbiHi- at Mh at 1? o'clock on Snturiltiy, llnj- H, 1SG7. . Uts No whfiMt 4f In Shp4v's mldrUton t. Rdve&eld.eaeh Ut fmnitiw hfty fret an Rnnell Mreet. and runnin? bask f?ti fe( t an alley. TRxa Six mnaiW redtt. with mteraat from day of sole. Nate rqutrad with t wo approved' f senrfttea, tnd a lien retained. Ires from red pttm MORTON H 1IOWFLL. apr27 td Cut I. r.d Misster. ATTENTT0H, LAND 0WUEBS. WANTED, Ho. 1 Fanaiiig'anti Granny lands TK ALL PARTS OF TEXNEET. 1 WiW Land, at &on FTftv Caati to U 00 pr ana. Cssatitira for tcUI-f, va ssret. FARIfl Tan fiAJ.V In Marrtaad. Delaware. Virjrtata, Pbe?7) maia. ffldsana. fV. cad thr ftM HaM a4 Ic io Balftwre aadtfiuMpctos AitdreJ" t m. it. rir. iya. i3Leilogtn i4ieH. BcltinMre. Md. aurll 2b J. C. "WEKifCO;, Drugs, MeillchiavtiMo.i KA8IIVILLH, TBKXB88BE. ICE CREA.TI SODA WATIR. aprtOtf S hM JX u f. fi I " (-1 1 w H Q i g I ' CO p THIRD NdlETONAL BANK 08 5TOOKIIOLBCJ. U. Weaver, f ' "Itlsar Jent. Dan'l V. Carter, A. J Djiaon. Alexander Rail, ' sW, K. ITQIimti. Rdmund Cofr. Deals in Hxehanee. Hold Mid 5KIw. aikt Government Securities. Drafii drawn in sums to aim on Iandaa, Nr York. New Orleans. Cinrinnatf. St. Luim. fwk- ville, Memphis, etc 5-20 Bonds and THO Treararv Nate atwm on hand for sale. Highest premium paid ferCanaMi)il Intawt Notes. XV Y. BERRY, PrejJiliflf; RDfTAltr J0NSS. CoabW. JOHN KIRKJVuVN, We Prfdet. rar7 ly ECONOMIZE IN 0-l.S. BILLS. PATENT & AS N . . -j. -. l , ' J i. Sr.- XVI Ift'avt ?aP'iirrVnt. Ofiarnnteeil !-FOR-fARR;S Y. WALTER KIXO A CO., St. ChnrleH llotPt .fnrliet Slreet. Oeneral Aitent. fcr Tnne ,?Milppt ad Alatiamu. . . ,i X. B. I.lliernl lniliiriiiiiilAi l!VerJt o Aiienls. spriilm PURCH&SlNtl Mil EDWIN C. CLATUTE. aijcnt ix xr;' vtutu roit vvn ( H AMINO .MV.lU'lIANIUSr: AM M trnixrnY or Ai,r. ni.vns. HAVING A Br-4INKS-t RXPKRIBNCK OF nearly sixteen yenw in New York, tad an, jten-ive acquaintance with 5r-t-wn"i .(ainte turers and Dealers in this rily. In the vartoiM briincbrj of Trade and Manuhtctwre, t am mow Sreparetl to nil oners lor a i kin.t ot .Mercaan ie, ut the lowest market prleM. .Mcr.'hfint-, .necnamcs amt laisui' will ana it to their interest to favor me with their wder Orders I rom all purL1 of the country rnweattalb solicited. A reaonabl commlwlon cMrrd Addles fc EDWIN O. ULARKE. IOC Pearl street, or box Nw i oik Rprrflrtrrs I? dent Paeilie Mail Steamship Co.. 'NwYork. Iaae Taylor, rresiuent iew l orn aau urea Steamship Co., N. V.: Crockw. WWkF ( ew York; I.. W. liar J tow Si. HHJtW W Miw ir . A. M. WnMi. ,. ew Orleans. Ruaer Ilro5., New xorkr Hon. O'eo. .lame, Eq., Z.lnevflle. Ohio; Walwtth A Uraham, .New York; Marshall Jonnwn'.t Uo . .us iurK,xienr iijimira urmiis4ptv aprzi .im B. T.. RIDLEY. J. m, aVkxt Attorjieys and CounsBllowatLair MTTitriinr.shoito , .tiw-vikhrii. yiLL PHACTICR IN TIIR'toVNIISJBS MUWlV, ' itPTiirnronn. WAItHC.V, rA.VO.Vonil 'cwrr. 55 . aprS lm ONLY LICEN$ED;0.EFJCE or THTT KIX1 n rvrTritf'tv. Hli H. CLAY BBOiO, Gerirritl. Intelligence n Mn- ploy ment- OJftre, no. -in .vonni oirr.Ritv (rr iair.' HIRES FARM HANDS. BOTKt WWVCK and white. AUo, C'lerJt. iUakskesjiar-. Wnsbetsarol lroner-s and in fcL all n St band and wWi etapUiyfavnt can, by MRr nn me. be utisfie.t. If. CLAY JlUf(U,Sj, No. 4; North Cherry. (ajtiiai. "I! - CHARLES BRYAN, .vo. ia roftii Piir.nitv r-trIIt 7 S NOW PRKPARRD TO CLCAXIUlAmiR 1 Her. Brackets, and PortaM, &irJlW ! all Moaldinr. 01IdlB(r. etr. t tfftlF eflPla! appearance, stvle. atttturi, vtm,, Mowed' Hnwiysils Ale rn rap, !n rouais. pt op ana i to order. im )r.s Oallender & Knlst. .nAXwr.i.i. iioiini: -vo, iu i- .Xrit.diMW to.MasuftMHBfV ( . J. LTTMSDEN CO BIDES, OILS, LEApgR Findings. CurrierV Q J -V-.), Wo. SOUTH MARKBT STRRVliW miyi3-tr i'HL UNDERciUNi HA. OOiCf BWTli X hteaslf wah lh nothing nad !. Tam' FurulstilniChnu i rfH. AT. Qlnue tio. 3 Cherry -trt. pr wnttnriK.rxTWn, where he niiibngfcviu- ii to mnifsi . i a. 4. . . . A . . .fjs.l HA 14k -.-l patron:. If'1 nearifelt taaakt, ff4p&tt be conT7d ina brirn innmitraR,'wTll be more practically txprmta Dy-raa vtt rrst oohph it vwr iisr r i 1 rB jMUf riooanr. HUUIN 5. Bf.r tf WOOJ WAXTBD? W F. WILL PAY TUR IlianROTMff II D neeisrrirty raoafand Pand Watbmi aal Unwished WOOL, without burs, dMtd la ear w artaaaie, . w .MarHet slisst. HUGH McCRBA i CO. prOj 3a..