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4 ' :HRn yM jti' 1 Trro of Knlrtptlaii. ly. Pr roar , - ttv. rr month .-. 811XK1 1X0 latlyv per wacs - Tri-Weekly, per 7 Weekly, per year too MO Payment invariably in advance, and the paper discontinued when tho timo paid for expire. Voluntary oommBDiwlisiM, containing iBtor edcJmtHHi6otiwws.loiioted frcBuasy quarter firm leMera frem tie rarioui eowaMM of the State MMially d4red. rain.vT, j vxniii . J0?" Lairwt Circulation In Cltr and State for GOVERNOR E-tlERSOIV ETIII3RIBGE, OF WEAKLBY. 8TATE CEXTUAL CO3IITTTii'. Jm C. Gact. of Davidson, Cfcwinnan. v4ex Baxter, ef Knox. W. IJ. CAuntHL, of Wltem. BwMiry B. Thomas, of Humphrey. Stun Jokes, f Greene' A. A. Sti.k. ef Marshall. ' ' Ohas. S. Gaveko.v, of Shelby. Kxeoiiflve Committee for lUlditle Ten John LBtLTrrr, Johs S. Bniw.-,i Thbb. Tbaobsxicbi, W. Matt. Brows. rruAVS TnB day, fie. Roseeran it talked of for .Democratic candidate for Governor, in California. - TTttV,.,-. 1 Mirnr nf Mobile, made newenal nppail to tho FresMent on the 12th int. fmr reinHfttemeni in omcc. Tn.nrn.rinl Nsnolenn and Eugenie in tend to viiittho Czar and King of Prussia, at their capital, early in tho oemins autumn Tfco Cnmmiwioncr of Penwonn ha appointed A. II. King Pcnaion Surgeon at Carthage, Tni. A report itsrtedt by a New York paper that the President ii rcriouriy ill with Bnsht' dis- eaiooi tho kidneys, u pronouncea grourHinaw, Senator Chandler made a speech at Fort Riley on the 12th inK. in -xbih ho favored foil ing Canada to pay the Alabama olaims againit Knclaml. Tho following are copies of the original tele grami of Generals Grant and Sheridan relntiro to tno tnroaicnea removal wi ufuwi -luivvuv-morton and ells. The preposition for n simultanoons rcdnetion .r milimrv Mtnlili.hmnnt nf all the crcat Iinro- pean powers is mnoh talked of., and it is said that the prejectdocs not tnoet with unfavorable reception in ouieiai quarters. ' 1 'I li a nril nra nrul forms for nroceodiniw in bank' r at-lcy have been printed, and alimitcd number authorized to be strieken ofT for the ue of the Judge of tho Supreme Court None as yet for central distribution. Gen. Tope, in a recent letter to Gen. Grant on aflftlrs in Mobile, pays that from what he can lenrn ho doubt if the roinoval of the Mayorand Chief of l'eliea has boon mot satisfactory to Union men orto respeeCible KobeU In Msnllc. Carlottn Patti has mode a sensation in Paris. One of the crities says: "Her oetentrtc and phe nomenal voieo confounded the amateurs, fomo with admiration, others with stupefaction ; this ringing a tAmrinaint is the tnrnt curious heard in Paris Tor many years, anu uenes analysis. The Richmond Examiner nnnouncos the np' nurnti.. nf tlin iv heat it CAT 11 in the neiEhbor heed of that elty- An intelligent farmer wti- ruafos the damage to his own crop at twenty fire rer cent. He says tno Insect lias tnus tar confined its attacks to tho early wheat, Tho Kntr Albnnr Tdcersora Josonh II. Rih nrdi, Troasnrer of Hnrrwon fountr, Indv is a damulterto the amount of $20,000, becasiohod throuch iho asency of Ids son. to whom tho mtinnmi worn entrusted. His securities are in Si eient to prevent ultimate loss to the county and State The New York Timet Is informed that when ever one of tho American ttenmers is about to Innva llarre an Kncliah stoamer is nlneed ulnnr sido olteiipir to take freight at ten than half jmer, for the oxproes purposo ot cnpplinir this xole rcmaiDkic Amerirnn lino, and drinnfr it olf. It has been discovered that ninety-nine thou sand dollars of consolidated five-twenty bonds axe mlninr- from tho Treasurr Printer s Bureau Tboy wcro not finithod nnd can not be used as inenoy; but tho carelessness or theft which has rauMil sash n loss excites consternation in tho Department. Ameng the auactions or novel interest before General is one nrwing under Iho the Attorney Internal Kevcnuo Act, lnyine a tax nf tn )er cent, on tno botes ot parting or institutions nl nil sorts, circulating as money, which in this cne involves tho question whether tho certificates proposed to be issued by the State nf Alabama are Dills ofcrcdit, anil assurh, prohibited by the oenstitutien of the United btatos. Nsw Orleans, 1 r. April 2, General 17. S. Urant : 1 transmit by mnil to-day a com munication from General Oriffiin, in which he asks far the removal of Governor Throckmor ton, or Texas. I leel iiKo uriuin on me Fiiuject, that ho oucbt to be removed, and I fear I will be obliged to rwnere tho Governor ot Louisiana Ho is impeding me as much as he can. I will eommunlcatelthe registration of Louisiana, as poon'os tho supplementary bill releases me. Offieially. 1 fcol myself fully oqunl to the new tnk, and hope to get throuch with it creditaMy tn the military. I send Griffin'" application and this telegram, asking the benefit of your judg ment, it is my intention to make but few re latival. P. It. SilEitiDAN. Major Gen. WAiillsaroy, April 3, 1S67. MaW General P. II. Sheridan, New Orleans, Ln.- 1 wnuld ad vise that no removals of Governors of Stales bo made at present. It is a quostion now under consideration, whethor the power exists under tho law to remove except in special act of Con cross, orby trial under the u'th sect ion if tho act promulgated in the ottfprs. U. S. Geakt. Tho important question, so freely canvassed of Intc. relating to Ibo power of military com wanders under tho reconstruction law to remove State and muuieipal olueialt of State corsrn luonts, denominated by the not of Congress as prorMonitl, was among tho matters which were dieusad at tho Cabinet meeting on the 11th inst. It is understood that tho Attorney Gen eral holds that such removals can only bo made when the State or local otfiMals are impeding the enforcement of tho reconstruction law, nnd only then.in the way provided by said not. They must tir.t bo arrosted on Unit charge, and tried in the manner provided in tho law. If convicted and sentenced, the office which they filled, of course, beeemes vacant. In other words, it is claimed that military commanders havo no more power overthee officials than they havo over any other person in the military district whieh they command, and that they must all be proceeded against in tho same war whonovcr they arc charged with hindering the enforce ment of the law. As the Wioal sequence, it is farther maintained that these commanders havo no power, under the reconstruction art, to fill anv vacancy in State or municipal office, created in that way. any innrethan they havo to till a vacancy nc the bench ncAioncd by tho death of Judge holding hi oftieo under any of these State governments. These were the points msde by tho Attorney General ami other mm bers of tho Cabinet; but as the full opinion hud not been written out, no final cnncluimi was arrived at. If this view ho adopted by the Presi dent, there is no deubt but that bo will restore ll'-ll. I :- . i displaced .Mobile ouirials. NortviTHoTANPiNO Cant. Hickman's ex plniiation, tho Governor lias ordered his nrrcsl, autl the arrest of all concerned with htm, and they will ha turned over to the ctril authoritiofl to he dealt with according to me law ana evidence. This was announced in the Knoxvill Whig of the fith inst, under the editorial ccntrol of the " Governor who ordered tho arrests." Have Kiekmmi nnd all oon corned with h1m been arrested? If so tho people are not aware of it; and i not, why not? APOSTATK UHIlIlIJj.' This term fretti tho emphatic vocabu lary of Mr. Ktheridge befits avast nttm Dor ot uaaicais, anu as a general rule, they aro the most intolerant, prescriptive nnd virulent of the set The FayetUeville Obwrtwr of the 13lh inst. publishes a list of signers to a call upon the Hon. (tec. W JonoH Iq become a oeudiikte for the Cin federute Congress in 1461, am! says that quite a numbor of them are n.iw active mtimbora of tho party that has disfran chised Mr. Jones for oomplyingwitli thoir W. 1 CAiaWlH.l, This gentleman is announced as the ConseVvalivo oandWato ftt Osngrees in tho seventh dintriot now represented by Isaac 11 Hawiina, Kadieal Mr. Cald well is a reidoiatof Weakley ooanty.nnd bus long been n. citiicn of the comiutinity whiob he seeks to represent, and is thoroughly identified with the interests of the peoplo of Tennessee. lie is a gen tloman of high oharacter and fine talent and will make, a vigorous onnvoss. His district contains an overwhelming majority of Oousorvalivcs, nnd if thojr wish can prevail he will be roturnd to Congress. JEngiuc and Holler. -OOk'sXLK. a FIItST-ltATE ENUINK AND F Boiler la rood rder. Can be seen, and price learned, by callins at this office, unySl 1st HIGH TAXI1S AM) KXl'KXDI- I VI! 1 TURKS A 1A3IAOIXO Ct' TltANT, j - f l In the speech published- in the Prezs met, which purports tohave ben i, ti 1 it Secretary of itate at Cleveland on the 3d inst, and which is. intended as a vindication of the Fletcher Brownlow sdrninistratioh against the damaeinj exnose of CoL Baxtor, thin 0 , stntemetit ismade"v - "It will take but a few minute to db jwse of Baxters cant about high taxes and heavy oxpenHitfirefi. WbiJe lKiaTtrue that our taxes are oppressive and expensen heavy, it is equally true that every amount given and statement made by this reformer are willfully exasperated. If he had the items before him, as I have here, he saw and knew that every dollar of additional expense incurred by the State government was the direct and "legitimate fruit of that rebellion in which he tried so hard to fig ure- and did figure as an orator and office pestkor. Let us sec how the account stanus. I have here an official statement, taken from the books of the Comptroller, from which it appears that the expenditures of the last twoyears, ending Jlay isi, iot, amount to $2,453,332. I have also the re port of Comptroller Dunlap, showing the expenditures for the years 18G0 and 1S61 to be Sl.721.8ol 52. But these official documents do show an excess of ex pendilures of $731,480 for. the last two vears over the vcars 18C0 and '61. Every fair-minded man will wonder, in view of the wide-spread ruin that existed in 18Cii, that the increase of expenditures has not been much greater." As Secretary Fletcher has thought proper to institute a comparison between the espns4j8 of tho proaont administra tion and that of Gov. Harris, as shown Uy'the report of Comptroller Dunlap, let us sec what this comparison will show in detail. It should be borne in mind that Mr. Dunlap'a report shows the ex penses for the years 1859 and 18G0, and not 1800 and 1801, as erroneously stated by' Seorctary Fletcher. The following are the detailed expendi tures of the Fletcher-Brownlow adminis tration from its inauguration on the 3d of April, 1855, to the 1st of May, 18G7 Executive oxpcnse4... 11,098 53 Legislative expenses. 325,785 33 Capitol cxponsos- 51,221 15 Hxecutive salaries 19.02S 37 Judicial expenses 133,780 00 Commissioner of lloads' salary 3,832 47 Bank Supervisor's salary 3,500 00 State Librarian's salary ..r.,.... ,l,Ujb bu" Superintendent of Capttol, alar". 2.WQ 00' Superintendent of Weights and Mea sures, salary-." .... 550 00 Jjupcrintcndentof Public Instruction 500 04 iGuDcrintcndcntof the Penitentiary. 3.299 lA IDircctorsoPthojPe'nitontiarj' A71B 78 j Chaplain of the Penitentiary- ' 665 P0 iFtowart pf tho PcnltontiarJ. 951 Its vi aracn oi ino i-e":iiuiiar.. i.iuu kam Physician to tho Penitentiary 1.2S8 is Commissioner of State claims at Washington - 2,510 03 Physician and Superintendent of the Hospital for the Insane. 1,833 33 Governor's Staff - - 17,501 83 Adjutanteneral'soffico.. -Ji 13;319 Sd Metropolitan i'olico Commissioner- 1,910 63 Metropolitan Polieoctpcnsost - 79,362 81 Special Railroad Commissioner - 1,109 05 State Library, expenses 10.211 11 Hospital for tho Insane...---. 85,909 83 Hospital for the Colored Insane 10.250 00 Wind School, at Nashville 7.100 00 Deaf and Dumb School, at JCnoivillo 15,010 00 Cost of State pr$ccution -u.. 145.50G 3 Cost of cosVeyingftSysvlctsato the ' r Penitentiary ,2S,2S5 63 Stato Penitentiary '87,373 80 State printing -.. 90,298 36 Supreme Court expenses ... 8.175 33 Bank Commissioner's and Attorney d.t,5s0 f3. Countersigning licenses - 1,211 Mi Tar aggregates 570 50 Arresting fugitives from justice 3,li0 00 Governor's requisitions 436 0 Registration of voters 14.641 37 Guarding Bank of Tennossco funds 120 00 f unding interest on state debt is,vss Tax lands, expenscs- 11,918 00 apocial acts ! of the Legislature--- t,UIH ZU 383 50 1.675 41 23 00 62 75 8 00 6 00 1.293 00 275 00 300 00 .1,203,953 84 3,787 41 Ilcrruitairo- Kcfundci revenuo-. Wild eat senilis- ............ Unrolling milita (during the war)- Klectors -. Head's reports.- - Land office- Keener of Public Arms, salary Kxchango Interest on Stato debt Tcnnessco State Gu.mU ....... Total. -2,460.811 21 Tho salarv of the Adiutnnt General and his clerk is not included in this item, but in the ex penses of the Adjutant General's office. t This item does not ineludo 321.000 advanced by the Tennessee Nntional Bank of Memphis, which will ultimately como out of the State Treasury. The following are the detailed expendi tures of Gov. Harris' administration for the vears 1859 and 1SG0. Executive expenses $ 5,003 CP ticgmiativo expenses ........ is.-.ui yi Capitol expenses 4,!22 30 Kxcciitivo snlarios - 18.550 00 Judicial expensos -.- 107,011 97 itoflil Commissioner a Hilary 3.500 00 Bank Supervisor's salary 3.750 00 State Libarian's salary- 1,462 50 Superintendent of Weights and"51ca- suros and Keeper ol Public Arms- 1,137 41 Physician and Superintendent of Hospital for Insane, salary 4,000 09 Adjutant General's salary 750 00 Stato Library cxponsos 5,797 46 Hospital for the Insane- mind Asvlutn 10,000 00 22,133 00 119,145 03 8.253 82 43.323 09 410,616 95 32,379 33,740 00 474,239 05 2,180 00 22,076 22 603 75 16 00 1,691 25 S.317 SI 900 00 7.681 55 36,190 85 9.500 00 Deaf and DumbAsvlum. Knoiville... Costs of State prosecutions Penitentiary .. Public printing . - - Common schools Academy fund - .... Intension cspital bonds. Interest On Internal improvement bonds Interest onfemnhts nitv linnilq Special nets of tho Legislature tn(i.t. nn.i :.. ...... Wolf s?r! n - - Tax aggregates .... . Conveying convicts to the 'peuitcii- tiarj-- - ... Code of Tcnnusseei -.. Agricultural Bureau Sinking fund for railroads Memphis Hospital - Attorney General's salary....-,.-.. State Geologist. hocretar); OjAstrlcultUral Bureau 3.000 00 1,125 00 'liOjfcOO jiniuiiaTO revenue . Public arm-.'..: .... Soros? 2.617fli; 00d Of 3,H'2 02 11,800 00" 10.514 59' 2.95S 42 16.173 10 3.707 25 1.4S9 00 366 50 1 25 8 60 pncer T. HUUtifund .. Supreme Court. expenses- oji.uua iu ueuniy AgncuiturarSoaio- tlUK nT..ui Marking Stato fllne between KW tisky and Teniicsseo Marking StBte line between Tennes see and trginia . Land sales for taxes .... Arresting fugitives from justice . lvmaiieipation fund Code, see. 2.700, hxpensos of Register's office .... Bonus aocountfor account of Peoria Insurance Company Hermitage - Presidential electors . Winchester and Alabama Railroad- Kdgcficld and Kentucky Railroad Peace Conference Pay of members, etc . . East TennoMco and Virginia Rail roadInterest paid for- . Taking Cenus .. . Receiver of Bdgefield and Kentueky Railroad, salary Secretary of Slate Requisition fees Payments for oaeount of Northern creditors refunded this amount paid in by mistake Conveying convict to Iiuan Hospital 1.207 41 13,38) DO 31.180 16 2,506 10 , 212 10 1.701 10 1,000 00j 117 00 4,410 00 Total , l,73l 851 52 .,ll.,.,w'uJi, ,no printing of two volumes of Head a H.i.nrtc , V. . . ,n nr .. r- . : ,.- """""i". ana mo uang euperviser s report. Now what do these figures show ? The l t . legislative cxponsoa under tho present administration have oost the State 188, 573 41 more than under the Harris ad ministration, and the late impeachment trial, or rathor mooting of the Senate to register an ediot of the Radical leaders will ndd 525,000 to $30,000 to this enor moos expenditure. Tho public printine has cost tho Stato $40,975 27 more than in 18.iMSQ. The penitentiary has cost the State $100,996 54, while before the war it was, we boliovc, nearly a self-sus taining institution. Then wo have" the metropolitan poliee nt a coat already of $S1,279 47, and prospectively $21,000 more, ims was gotten up ana urged through tho Legislature as a political measure, and Memphis is te-day a living monument of the iniquity of tho force or. ganitcd under this law. Tho Governor a Btafl", which relieved certain heads of de partments from employing clerks, cost tho State $30,854 74,whila that of Gov, Harris cost only 750. Tho franchise aw was simply a measure to retain power in the hands of the present administra tion, yet tho two registrations heretoforo had under the franchise laws of 1863 and'i.SGG.feost the State $14,041 g. The ExecntiveTexpenses 5iave' beet? increased 794 Ojj while til? judicTal expenses have been increased.'UJ7fS ,038everal additional judicial offices having been created for the especial benefit of Radi cals. Let us recapitulate some of the amounts which every fuirjuinded man must admit have been unnecessarily ex - -jt-j. ,.wr im pended by this administration : Legislative expenses', incrcaie-.7....lSS,573 41. 41'Uimc -priming, increase-.-- vjio it rPcnitcntiiry, .'- 1IW.996 51 MetropoliUn Police 81.279 47 Governor's staff , , ., 30.854 74 Registration of votera 1 14.611 37 Bank Commissioners and Attorneys- 1.VW0 93 Loyal militia.. -. 3,787 41 Kxecutive expenses, increase- . . 5,791 92 Judicial expenses increase.... 31,768 03 Total . ,.. 518.252 09 Here was an administration that-tame into power at a timo when -eyerv; -incen tive should havo urged to the practice of the mo3t rigid economy, spending over lialf a million of dollars for purposes which the condition of the people did not demand, ami, which was as utterly thrown away as if the money had "been burned. And there is more of this useless expen diture in the list we have given, and the outgo is still going on in this direction. inm is tne kind 01 extravagance tor which the tax-payers of Tennessee have to suffer. Lookat the items unwise and uniust how they" swell the amounts wrung from the.tax,-payer3. Xow look at the expenditures of Gov. Harris' administration, with which the Secretary of State compares those of the Fletcher Brownlow administration. Those of the former are expenditures mainly to meet specific appropriations by for mer Legislatures, while Hhe greater por tion of the latter, excepting interest, have been created by the administration and its Legislature. Secretary Fletcher must have been in one of his most thoughtless moods Avhen he instituted so damaging a comparison. , Look now at the taxes which the peo .ple, of Tennessee have to pay. In I860, under the Harris administration, the tax was seven cents 6a ihe $100 of property and thirty-five cents on polls. Under the Eletcher-Rrownlow administration the tax is twenty-dive cents on the $100 of property and one dollar on polls. And tho increase, on privileges' 'has been cor respondingly as great Who arc to llarre for this enormous 'ncrease in the expenditures of the State government, and the increase in the taxes to meet this willful extravagance ? Cer tainly none other than thoso who have controlled the government are responsi ble for the burdens which are heaped upon tho peoplo. It is to perpetuate this extravagance this grinding of the peo- jpld, the property-liolders)rp(otwder,.thatj irancinse laws arc passed, and "loyal militia" are organized and distributed through the State to fiarry the elections. We invoke the people of Tennessee to louk at this matter calmly and dispassions ately, and to act as duty to themselves and their posterity dictates. CAXlKI.I.IX Kr.ar..STItATIO-N. Under the act of March Sth, 1S07, tho Registration of Davidson was can celled, and the Governor was em powered to declare the registration of any county in the State null, nnd void by proclamation. On the 18th of April, heassued a prdola- I mation canselhng the registrations of Benton, Coffee, Franklin, Hardeman, Humphreys, Lincoln, Stewart and Wil liamson. Xew commissioners were ap pointed in these counties and the work has been commenced anew. That, in Stewart county was -abruptly stopped u few days since, and whether it will be resumed again depends upon the will of (the Capitol olique. On the 30th of May, Qverton was re manded to disfranchisement, on the. 4th of June, Marion-met a similar fate, nnd or. the 1 Otis of Jane, the registration of. Warren was declared cancelled because some of the voters on the poll books of March, 1805, did not vole for Brownlow and the entire State ticket. The fran chise law doesn't make it a requirement that a voter in that or any other election should have voted for Brownlow, or voted an unscratched ticket of any sort It is a pretty pretext The true reason is that tho Warron county poll list was not re liable for Radical purposes. On yester day, Giles was numbered with the dis franchised counties. Tho absolute power over this quostion vested in Gov. Brownlow. will cnablo him to concel anv registration now in nro- gress, and disfranchise, at any moment, whomsoever he will , yet, this is called a State fit for a freeman to emigrate to. OEX. GRANT AD TUE ST.XT TRESI IE.VCT. In their issues of the 11th inst the New York Times nnd the. Jtfew York Herald containjjjeditorial; arficlcsi of ftrle tenor of the extracts herewith nppende'tl These journals are published at the focus of political intelligence, and are con ducted by experienced and astute poli ticians. It is not likely that they have misread the signs of tho times, and the fact that theyare similar and simul taneous in their utterances on this soon- to-be engrossing topic, ii pretty sure evidence that the waters have recently 'been moved and that the current is setting toward Grant - From the Times. We look forward to the nominatioi. of Gen. Grautbythenational convention "bf the party.Union. lhat the mosustrenuous eUorts will be made to defeat it is sufficiently evi dent from movements already public. The entire machinery of the Republican party in the Southern States is in the hands of his opponent", and the representatives of mat party in the convention, elected, as of course they will be, wholly by negro votes, will probably be cast against him. But thi creat body of the Union party in the North and West will, unless we are greatly mistaken, become eo satisfied that tbe ex istence of the parly, as well as the welfare of the country, depend upon his becoming its candidate, that we hnve very little doubt of that result, From tbe Herald. I'roru all narts of thecountrr w 1mi- nf the spontaneous expression of the people in favor of General Grant fur th mTi Presidency. Whb the exception of the naaical preas-and we,do not discover that even that bitter plhlcarelemenfHis swing ing unitedly in an omxHitt dirortinn n, public journals are almost unanimously in lavor of Grant for the Jiighwt office in the Riaol tne American nt-onl. Talk m 01 sense ana patriotism from the New Eng land States, and you wiD find that Urant is theiivorite, and that they will denounce the aharp and coarae criticisms unon hi character, by euch irreconcilable Radical as Wendell Phillips and others, in the se verest tones of indignation. Talk to a Middle Slate man, from the heart of the great State of New York, and you will al ways hear tho name of Grant mentioned approvingly when an inquiry is made in' S regard to he next' Presidency.! Proceed farther West, ami yougwill find that the 011c voice icuuiy .prociairusjBlor urant, 'first, lastjjnd always," except here and there where the weak voice'of a Chase officeholder or a'national bank director is heard saying that he "is not prepared as yet to give an opinion on the subject." Go down South, and the, men who, confess Grant to have been their" congueror, Select him'as theirtandard bearer and accepted champion iu the. next Presidential cani;, paign ' "" TAI.E lEOEST.VTISTIl'S. We gather the following cpllege items from the Yale Gourant of last week : ' The class of 1S07, which will finish its course of study with the exercise of Pre sentation Day, on the 2Gth inst., entered with one hundred and thirty-eight members; re ceived twenty-nine more during its' course J has lost sixty-six, and graduates one hun dred and one, of whom eighty-one were original members. Twenty-three States and the We&t Indies are, or have been represented in this class. Eleven of the class have been soldiers in the Union army, and one in the Rebel army. Twenty-iiine don't shave, four have nothing toshave, nine are hopeful of having sotneiiiing, and tue reat are more or leas bearded. The matrimonial statistics are as follows. Engaged twelve ; were engaged but are not of the consequences, two; object lo "Caudle lectures," five; wedded to Bac-chus rather than Venu?, twenty-one; watting for something to turn tip," twenty: conscien tiously opposed to taking contracts, twenl y. The intended pursuits of the class are: 1 Law, iJl: medicine, 8; divinity, 13: en gineering, C: editing, 3; mercantile basl ness, 14 ; teaching, 6 ; geologv, 1 ; unde cided, 18. The Yale Law School will graduate twelve members this year, of whom six are from Connecticut. In the class are two Radical Republicans, three Conservatives, six 'Democrats, and one rebel, who was in the Southern army, and fraternises with the Democrats. It is a remarkable fact that out of more than one hundred graduates, no one has ex pressed his determination to be a .farmer. The idea that tilling the soil is a lowfcall ing pervade3 the, northern as well aa the southern minu. -:d.lii3 is the bane of our country, and is doing more than alMhe re construction ads to' impoverish the land. The political status of the low class, id remarkable for that latitude.. Only two Radical Republicans in a class of- twelve j .L . t:i j . 1. -. uoea-noi ooae prosperity to raaicausm. BRAINS. From tbe Richmond Times. The West Point Board of Visitors com menced their labors cn Alonday, and the New York 2i"4une publishes the list of the crauiialinir class of 1807. with the names of the cadets arranged in order of merit In a class of sixty-three, in - which the South is sltmly represented, the only five cadets who are "starred ' a "distinguished ' are from the Southern States, and the six best men in the class arc all from the South. All right, and if Virginia, Alabama and Georgia, to which these five cadets belong, can carry off all the honors from West Point, so much the better for them, and so much the worse for us. I hccompetition is a'fair one, hut we trust, hereafter, the re port will, best or worst, be "honors di vided." 2?ew York Express., FIRST NATIONAL BANK or xasii vi 1. 1.1:. 'ai.ltnl Stuck J.'uhl i. $'50,000 .Siii'iilus'ot'Cuiit Indent I'll ml, 40,000 Desljriifttetl Depository of jtlic United Slates. HRILS IK ALL KINDS OP tioviutN.iirxT kkcuuities, STOCKS nnil llONDH, v IJOI.I) mid SII.VF.lt. RKVENUE STAMPS OX HAND AND FOR SALE AT THE .USUAL DISCOUNT. es Particular attention paid to Collections A. (J. SANFORD, J. C. McCRORY, President. Cashier. nprlR 3m TO THE PUBLIC. "TOTICK IS HEREBY OIVEN THAT Lf North College street is closed at Lick Brunch for the construction of a hridgo, until the completion of which said street at thnt point is not a puono inorougnmre. OEO. S. KINNEY. Ch'n Street Committee. Nashrille, June 8, 1801. june'J 2w FOR SAM. 445 ACRES OP SPLENDID LAND. ON from good Terms partcanli; balance in ten annual pay- ments. j (treat uarram. ANDERSON. JOHNSON .fc SMITH. jnnoll liT. SmiVCTiES. 1 r0 finn Ni 1 POPLAR SIHN0LES.AT iUJ,JVJJ 1 50 nor thnnannrl. iMivurpd mijwuere iu me cuy or r.accnem, tor sale ny f K01JT. MACKENZIE, jnnell 2t Cor. Summer and Crawlord sts. PUBLIC SALE. TT VIRTUE OF A MORTGAGE TQ ME 11 DTomiliul riAlnUa XUk ICTJ! nA 1 in tno negi'ter s otuee 01 unvtdgon county, in Bopk No. 37, page 232, 1 will sell at public sale, On Kntnrilny, -tl Inst. ntJl o'clock, at tho Plonsh Factory, No. 336 South Cherry street, one Steam Ensine and Jiotler: also. Planer, Jifr-saw, Smith's Tools, Press nnd Dies, and all the fixtures used in the mannlacture oi plows by Harris & Co. jnno ll-10t N. HARSH. NOTICE. .PARTIES WHO nAVE PLACED IN MY L hands, ni Constable nml ripntitv Shnrtffnr I Davidson county, papers for collection, will I please call on Mr. G. II. Wells, No. 177 North Market street and set those not otherwise dis- poseaoi. . J. NEWMAN, junell lw. OREA'X SAX.E OF COUNTRY LOTS. rN THURSDAY. JUNE 20. 1S07. AT 11 KJ o'clock, on the premises, we will sell AT AUCTION. 170 ACRES OF LAND, on the iioiensTiiiei-iKO. uve mues irom iMasnnlle. We win uivtae ine tract intoabont twentr-nre lou, containing from two to twenty acres. Thu Innd lies well, soil coad, pretty well timbered and' nneiy watered, navintf a creek running through it KOod mill site. four poodsprinw; also, a first rate chalybeate spring Terms of sale one, two ana tnree years. A more tiarticulir descnnfinn win voKitcuin uiim. : 1 1 i . ...i , - - J . L. v R. w . BROWN, jel tibe20 nnd A. NHLSON Sc CO., Agents. WHOLESALE DBYGOODS. I ' V f , , u .ft HUGH DOUGLAS & CO., No. f!? Public Square, AAHUril.JiC... .-.TESX. TT A VTTrj PtrPPIl IQPn Trr IlTpnnr JLl of W. B. Urnbbain the hte business of o " u. w., " v n kit muuuic (U DU31 neMattheold stand, and un.lrllm xam. aim style as auoTe. , , . , 3 . ..... u M, M W e bare quite a Larga Stock of.Desirablo Goods, men we oner at GKEATI.Y RCIIUCKI) I KICKS, Regardless of cost or nrofit. havinrdetprmrnWl to dUpose of them urcnaralurr tirmw ni!"nhii; iV'e intend to keen a rua,i And to sell them as low a, ilmr nn l l,nh uueuiion 01 retail tuorrusnu respeclfnlly 1 So Utxxln Sold, at Rctnil. Kuan, W. L. PAINE. DOCGL.VK A CO. maylOlm STK1YEB.OR STOtEItf, ( S SATDRDAf . THE STH INST- FROM V- h.e nbicribr, at No. 35 North IlLchli t a I11T L'UW alnnl thruM .1.1. U.JZ marks. A reward of fire dollars will be paid if retomed ta H. F. NEVINS. JM LJ 4t Ko. 8 itorth Hlsh street. -r -. - LATEST TELEGRAMS. MIDNIGHT &ISe5lTCHES. Waslilnajon'-Iteuifi. i- Washixgtox, June 13. A prize fight between Collier and Aaron occurred at Aquia Creek,this morning, lasted about two .hours. Sixty-eight rounds were fought- Aaron won the first blood and the first knock down. Subsequently he stood - on the defense till the close of thfr fight, and played drop-game. Collier's face was beaten to a jelly, and his left eye completely closed. He came np boldly, however, every time, till time was called on the sixty-ninth round, when he was too weak to respond. Aaron was then de clared victor. Infmediately afterward he fainted, and was laid side by side with Collier. It is generally conceded that Aaron had three ribs broken on the fourth round. Before the fight closed, it is esti mated that several hundred thousand dol lars chanced hands on the fight. Judge Landon to-day, iu the Criminal Court, filed a motion to set aside and va cate judgment, and for a new trial in the case of Sanford Conover. The argument is to be heard in about ten days. An order was issued to detain Conover in this city. The postoflice department has no infor mation whatever of the interruption of the mails in the districts of country in or near the scenes of the alleged Indian hos tility. The National Intelligencer says we have authority for the statement that at a very re cent consultation of the Cabinet, it was de cided that the military officers in command of the fifth military district, into which the ten unrepresented Southern States are divided, have no power to remove civil offi cers, deriving their authority from State governments, as now organized. Theques tion we understand had more immediate reference to the removal of the Governor and other city civil officers of Louisiana, by General Sheridan, but of course it will apply to the action of the four other com manders. No doubt the forthcoming opin ion of the Attorney General will be in accordance with the reasoning of which it is understood the reason referred to wa9 ar rived. It will fairly justify the legality and pro-1 priety of this determination, and it scarce ly need be suggested for the issuing of or ders replacing the disposed officers, which tliay become necessary as a consequence. Thin decision of the gavernment would be no good ground for application on the parr of Gen. Sheridan to be relieved from the po sition he holds, much less to warrant in ference. The administration contemplates or desires his removal for his services. Menmbont Sunk Tolmcco Fair. St. Louis, June 13. The steamer Gov. Sharkey sunk this morning. She had 250 tons of government freight, which, doubt less, -will be a total loss. The boat floated down to near the arsenal, where she now lies with only her pilot house above water. Her Captain thinks that not more than forty or fifty lives were lost. The boat was owned by Capt. Lnrlin. She was valued at. $15,000; insured for $9,400 with Cin cinnati offices. The premium tobacco fair of E. B. Booth came off at C. Pepper's warehouse to-day. The attendance was large, including repre sentatives from New York, Virginia, Ken tucky, Tennessee, Ohio, Illinois and Mis souri. The first premium, a $500 watch for bright manufacturing leaf, awarded to T. B. Jackson, of Franklin county, Mis souri. The second premium E, $150 dollar French clock, for dry shipper, awarded to Yancy L. Walton, of Randolph county, Missouri. Third premium, S140 silver platter, for the best cutter, awarded to Thomas C, Jackson, of Bracken county, Kentucky. Fourth premium, a $90 silver fine stand, with goblets, for the best prized hosgheads offered. Win. Martin, of Lin coln county, Mo., the first prize. The to bacco was subsequently sold to Wni. Van Horn, of Chicago, for $170 per one hun dred pounds: second premium for $15; third premium $51 ; fourth premium $20. The remaining competing tobacco sold from $7 to $90 per one hundred pounds. The City Council and Merchant's Ex change, have appointed a joint committee 1 -.!! t. irr who win meei senator n uue s excursion party twenty miles west of here to-morrow morning, and escort them to the citv. when they will be appropriately entertained. The party arrive here 10:10 to-morrow. Foreign Sows by Stenmer. New York, June 13. The English, pa pers of June 1st, received per Persia, state? that the boroughs of Lancaster. Yarmouth. Tatues and Reigale wero totally disfran chised on account of bribery and corrup tion ai me last election, me relorm league adopted resolutions earnestly Dress ing for the ballot. J he Board of Trade returns for Anril show a reduction in exports compared with last year 01 jci,001,IIUU. jLtie case ot rryalan ivj. .the United States was before the Vice Chancellor on the 30th. On a technical point the United States government claim some cotton con tributed by the people of Texas to the so called Confederate government. The plaintiff. Pryalan, put this interrogatory tn f fi p Arnprinon nnvornmani ifKnl.nH there was any law of the United States by which property contributed by any inhab itants of a State in the Union could be claimed by the national government. The reply was, that the United States claimed it under the law of nations. It wascontended -in behalf of plaintiff that this answer was not anmcientj and must be amended. The Vice Chancellor held that the United States government was bound to answer this question : Do you admit or deny that there was a ue facto government which exercised authority over the State of Texas ? Pro ceedings were therefore adjourned. A X'rus3ian is in custody in London. charged with forging Dutch coupons. They. were so wen executed that they found their way into Dutch, English and several for eign markets. United Stntes Court, etc. New York. June 13. In the decision "e"'fea, in me unitea states UOurt to- day. dlsmiSSinr the Writ of habeas pnrnns in the rae nf P. TTpnrirh tho ol!vrorl Prussian forger, the prisoner was remanded to custody by the United States Marshal, to be held to await the action of the Execu tive authorities at Washington, on the question of extradition. A case is on trial in the District Court of the United States, of United States vs. some three hundred cases champaign. which was imported in 1804, from Rheimet. the invoice being alleged much below mar ket value. It was stated by the counsel for the government that the government lost over a million dollors by frauds of this nature. The ram Dunderberjr. made an average speed of about sixteen miles and a half per hour in the trial trip yesterday. One mile was run in tour minutes and two seconds. with the screw making fifty-four revolu tions under seventeen pounds of steam. She leaves for Europe in about 'three weeks. Five distilleries were peized in Brooklyn yesterday for violation of the internal revenue law. j John L. Reaver and Wm. Webster, youths of eighteen years were .sweated. charged with the robbery of Mr. Uppen- neimer. Thomas Donaldson beat his wife to death in Plymouth street, Brooklyn, yesterday. A man namen Jag. rorter, waa murdered at South Brooklyn yesterday, and" thrown in the river. New Orleans, June 13. The Eicaytine has the followintr: El Commercio, of ilat- amoras, of the In irmV, gives the followiug exlrats from a letter dated Monterey. iliranion died of fever, which attacked him after he was wounded at Querataro. Castello and ifcjia and others'have been shot. -' According to a letter from a creditable person in San Luis. moAl profound silence it preserved as to what will be done with Maximilian. The chief functionaries talk both ways. The City of Mexico waa taken by tie Liberals at the close of May. El Mexicano, an imptrialiit pat er. pub lished at BrownsviLr, pronounces jaaxi milian's proclamation a lorgery, and says it originated with burls jquing papers. From So u Hi America. Xiiw agroitK, J.une 13.-Bniziliau mail Meamerlnrings liib Dedidatesjfpf May2S. Braztllian troops?under Barotf-.de Ilerall crossed Uruguayand wast ready on April 14th tocoutinue the march to Upper Parana, with 'four thousand men and six cannon. Three thousana men ana notuia are being equipped in Malta Grassa for an attack on Paraguayan posts in that pro vince. The revolution in Argentine republic has ""i"d JBBMBtM tjjfl.. ? "'"i against the mtinid Thd. arniyi anonyl says preval had il hundj on thl great TW MavJ TI post 300 bbla Extra Family Flour, 2u0 bbls Extra SuperCne Flour, 25 hhd3 New Orleans Sugar, 15 hhds Demarara Sugar, 50 bbls Crushed and Powdered Sugar. 200 sacks prime Rio Coffoo, 25 sacks Lnsruvra Coffee. 50 bbls Now Orleans Molasses, 60 bbls choice Syrup, 200 boxes Proctor A- Gamble's Soap, 150 Loves various brands Soap, 100 boxes Star Candies. 100 boxes Tallow Candles, hard pressed,. 50 boxes SneChewinjr Tobacco, 50 Krasa iine-cut Tobacco, 25 bbls Smoking Tobacco, 25 kegs English Soda, 25 kegs American Soda, 40 cases 1 and i lb Can Oysters, 50 boxes Pepper, 60 boxes Indigo, SO boxes Ground Mustard, 25 hbls Mason's Blacking-, 50 boxes Pint, Quart and Half-Oallon, 20 boxes Garret Snuff, 20 gross Durkee's Rlnelng. 25 bbto liourbon Whisky. 25 bbls Robertson county Whisky, 100 bbls Fonts Nash ProorWhlskj. 100 bbls Ginger Cordial, 15 bbls Ginger Wine. 15 bbls Sweet Wine. . 50 bbls Grape Vinegar. 25 bbls Lemon Syrup, 60 boxes Starch, 60 dozen Buckets, 60 dozen Brooms, 2000 Flour Sacks, ' 60 boxes Assorted Candy, Brandy, Rum, Gin. Wines of various brands, at , WEAKLET k rARBttoDOH. No. 3 North College street, June 13" tf Nashvi'lie. Tenn. FRANC SI. PATH; 00MMEE0IAL JOB PEENTER, SO North Cherry Street. june 12 lw Admini.stralor'K ffotice. HAVING" BEEN QIJALTPIED AS ADMIN istrator of Mary J. May, dee'd, I hereby notify all persons indebted to her to co me for ward and make immediate payment, and those holding claims against her will present the same to me within tho peritd prescribed by law, or tbey will be forever barred. june!21in A. D. CREIGHTON. Adm'r, Administrator fiulc. T WILL PROCEED TO SELLTO TIIEI1IGH X. est bidder, for cash, at public Auction, on rXinAYJUXKUUf, 1SC7, at the late residence of Mary J. May. dee'd. on the corner ef McLemore and Line streets, Nash ville, Tenn., all tho personal property ot which tho said Mary J. May died possessed, consulting of nine enrpetj, nine wardrober, nine bedsteads, nino spring mattresses, ni.ie washatands. nine marble-top bureaus, ono fine mirror, one fine piano, two centre-tables, chairs, tables, safe, kitchen furniture, anil vuriou other articles. A., D. CREIGHTON. Adm'r. june!2 tds. UXllERTAUinw TOR CITY ANDSUR rounding country Dealers in METALLIC BURIAL CAS EH. Office Sn. 41 North Cherry Street. Manufactory So. 115 Sonth Har&et St. Orders left at eithe lace will be prombtlr lied. marl2Cn. FOR IlKNT, JiHrT BHTLDINO KNOWN AS THE Brewery. In North Nashville, on Jefferson street, ti lth a large lot and stables. JAMES WHITWORTH.pr V. K. CHEATHAM. der27-lf No. XI North Cherry st IiiMiirc Your IToiuoh. r'lHlB TENNKSSEE MARINE AND FIRE J IA'fJl?IlANCE COMPANY U afo and .reliable HOME OFFICE. Risk on country dwellings solicited. Losses promptly paid. A. n. uuiitcn. jprS 3m st. SecTftary. WaniH Corn Analhilator !! THE MOST EFFBOTUAL CUBE FOR CORNS ami BUNIONS ever discovered. I is a remedy that never falls. On trial is suffi cient to prove ita euTclency. For tie oaly by ft.. P. JSmKINS. 39 North, Market st, opposite Union. 1. Jtuie6 la rlBHBBHrNHiBSBiSeM9HWn hi m i hi I in i hii unii mini 'i limn mil I IIIIHIM I II mi in in in i I HI III I 1H HIM II I I I I'll I MIM W m warn h i my n ' JhiwifiiiJwi'ii 1 1 ii mi n 1 mm i i iuc uwue ran uave it cail'n.uu uo j Ufiimrniir nnnprnn flfAKIiil SVffiHnBK R. H. GROOMES & CO., NEW ADVERTISEMENTS 1 .4 NOTICE t' N&imuriTEXKane 13.to tho Editors iff we Union and Dispatch . At' the earnest so- iicuauon oi many menus, l am willing that my name shall be used as a candidate by the Radi cal party for a scat in the next Conirrcss or the Lnited btatcs. My principles and character are well known to the voters, of thu Congressional district. At a pBTrr junell It U.A.trs. FOURTH OF JULY. QiLiBTERmstiR'n Omrc. ) Nashville. Tenn., June 8. 1867.1 T WH-L SELL AT PUBLIC AUCTION. AT j. ui-idck r. n.nuiruay, June s, at the Northwestern Sheds in this city. 18o7. Four ITuiKlrciI Tlioimnnd (400,000) lbs. " vru, more or less. The sale to bein lots to suit purchaser. Bid ders will be rcouired to make a deposit if not Known. ineUorernroent reserves the right to ruieciuiiy or an oius. TERMS CASH, in Government funds. T. MOORB. Major. Q. M.. JuneS lw Bt. Lieut. Col. U.S. A. ROOKBEIBGE ALUM SPEIKGS, VIRGINIA. TIII3 FAVORITE AND DELIGHTFUL Watering Placo will be open JUNE Int. Arrangements are maklnir to render if mnn .man ever auractire to allin quest of recreation, .while to the invalid its remarkable medicinal waters noia out new Dopes ot hea tn. IU reputation is established as a cure for Dtnur ubrt, ana most ot tno Glandular and Cutaneous A ffeellons : CH RON 10 DI A R It ntKA and DYSENTERY. DTSPKl'SfA. nunNniir. 113, THRUSH, Afliwtloni oi Kidneys and Blad- aer.uaurai ana. -j i.r.n in nir anmmti. ditiens ot the system and broken down states of the constitution, loss of appetite and general mtrrrjn firntfrfl'tAn f li u T- ..nr.. n,l . .. - a restorative are without a Ollt 11. IrTinwn Titral a mnnnil .1 lfl - i ,ir. - f . . 3 . I- iua minBfui ii aiers oi ine woriai incy are especially indicated in tho ailments peculiar to tbe female constitution. The Springs are distant only eleven hours from Richmond and twelve hours from Wash ington by rail : in the midst of the grand moun tain ranges of Virginis - iD the same county with the famous Natural Bridge." (fron whiah It takes its name,) and near to Lexington, Wash ington College, and the Military institute: the home of Lee and the tomb of Jackson. For all particulars of routes, location n.l : Properties of water, see Springs pamphlet, sent - free by mail. 'ibe bottled water and tho salts of the water, (or ' mass," can at all times be had fresh and genuine from liegeman 4 Co.. New York"' Cole man & Rogers, Baltimore: Purcell, Ladd t Co., Richmond; and A. B. Rueker, Lynchburg. Va. A superior Band of Music for both lawn and boll room in attendance during the seafun. Daily mails at thu office by Virginia Central Railroad. FKAZIER A ItAMlOLPH. Proprieton. CAPT. WM. II. SALE. Gen'l Sup'L. may 3) lm 1867 LUMBER, 1867 STARTSMAN & WRIGH1 OElAK STIIEET, , (Below N. 4 N". W. Rallmad TrestleJ rVFFEB FOR- SALE, AT TUK WffflW J market rates, for Cash, a general assort' crient of Pine, Poptnr autl (Ink .HcnntlJnc. nnd tone. VA nnii it Invh Yellow Pine and jopiar, 'easoneu. White Oak nnd Illrlf ory. kTetinr Plank, nnd Hi ti n re I'citi. . vVhlfo nnil Illncli Wnltuit, Floorlnir of all kinds. Hrlcljfe Timber cut to order and wnstaot. ly on band. t, l) ami 1 inch Willie nnil Trllon Pine, clear. kirnvel Knnnutr doco to order and rsttl. rial tor sale. iaa3t4ia , HEINECKE, MANl'FACTtJRER oF Mineral Water and SarBaparilla, AO. 107 SOUTH COLX.EUCKTitEin. (Basement e-f GottfiflgcrV Pri vata IlaUt) ORDERS FOR PIO-NI08 AfTD PARTIES y will be prom pur alinoa w. ub reicora UJMADItJON ALE 1 bottles always on hand. E. Hlit.fECKi:, way30 lm 107 Korth CoIIess it H'HU'-t'li ICBHtBsBB9HHsWHBtlle,sl wiiMMHBMBMgHMMMMMMMMl lgtB'JlMi0.3. KANAWHA. SALT! , -.KANAWHA , SAIiT ! . ; ... niHIS VTELL KNOWS SALT 13 NOW AK JL riTintr in large qnastitics. The barrels are (rood and strong; Darin? ImproTed tho cooper age so as to meet tue expeetatMna ot every una. The Salt will be SOI.U ox AS HOOD TE1WI.S As any Salt brought to Tennessee. Orders from the country respectfully solicited. EO. C. ALLEN .t CO., Agents. Corner of Brood and Co llego streets. Nashrillei iienn. aprxssm sp. NSUBANCE RNSWORTH k CLARK, O. -1 SLlXSrSXIi HOUSE, icr or Church run! Cherry Street. :TU AMTRICAX JNHUKAXCK CO., Or .XEtOBK. Anirto. -?...97SI,6S3 B7 NTINEXTAX. INSURANCE CO., OF A'EW TOSK. AS.50M . -. 81,003,024 00 RITV IXSOUANCK COMl.VXY, ofssk ronK. Asoet.H SlI4S,0ft4 02 nWSTnX JLIIt'E IXS'XCE CO. h Asset - $U,(100,00 Losses promptly adjusted and raid at thii Marine and Firo Risks of all; alasaes ro- at rates gradnated te the haiard involved. Wo offer a medium of tar's and avallaole lnity, second to none. Life Policies at Isnrest rates, with no rs- ioj as to travel er Iililode. 12 tf "WBER fc CO., holesala Auction IIHISSIOX ItlERCIIAlVTS . 3 South Jilrto Public Square; oor to Derry t DcmsvlHoY Drr Storo IT CONSIONSIBNTS OF DRYGOODS ts. Shoes, Clothinf.Qrocerios, Hardware it are. Varieties, ete. UonsiraersMn rely romptand faithful nttenttani teeensitn ana immediate returns upon soles. ial Altentluu Cllven tn Out-Uool NnlfM. lm Cayce Springs Place,' 1867. PICTrRHSOUKBOMANTIC AND mlur Southern resort, is new open for in ind ideasure-seekers. after 9XHeasvo im- ipntj nnd additions. properties and qualities of the various and Free stouo Sprfhw or "CAYCE" luuauau as iiint loniiy u tho Continent. iases will be in attrndane at Thompson's i. iNushville ami Hesntar railroad. 1 on I of each train, to convey -yfcilwrn and ba- itbsut delay. TERJIS. perday-. ..... S OO per week . 15 Oil dren and Servants half Hire. nty per cent, deduction to families. 1 1 bus fare ' cents. IIENJ. r. SIIIHX1)S- vco SprlnES Place." May 20. IS. 191m KD RATIONAL BANK 4K ot nasuvizj.i:. rE.VNiisiKr , W. Berry. M . Ilurn. tin Kirkman, Vver, Jta.. IV Kwkiaan, nurr June irJuns?. yiUinKB. m'l F Carter. A. J cxanuer ran, Ubas, Edmund Cooper. tiiMn, Is in Exchange. Gold and Silver. and nnient securities. lis drawn in sums t suit on Landon, New New Orleans, Cincinnati, St. Lu um. Louis Memnhis. etc. O Bonds and 7-30 Treasury Kotos always nd for sale. best premium paid for Compound Interest W. BERRY. President. HDllAR JuNBB.Ca.bier JOHN KIRKMAN. Vie President. r7 ly IiKE KINGSTON ICE COMPANY. TnEIINDBRSIGNBD IHNffW PRBPARED , to fumiih,KamllIe, IletJ. 9alooM, and citizens of Nashville generally, wHh Pure "Iinke Kington Ice." Dealers in the cltytand neighboring towns can be supplied tho tnttra seajan at reasonable and satisfactory rates. All ordori lit at no. ii NORTir cor.MfJE NTiiEirr Will meet with prompt attention. v W. I- NTOSE. The Central L Depot, In" the Markat House, is now open for the soasoB. aprlOflm I N S U R A N 0 E. THE TENNESSEE Marina and Eire 1NSTJUAXCE COMPANT. Under the nsw ehartsr. Is sawspen ht biB AT NO. 34 NORTH OOLLBOE STRBE. Next door w-aornerof Dnio street. JOflPII TV. AIXKN, Pre ill nut A. W.. nm ItKU,S-erct(ry. f - r BirWioii. " J Jebn M. Hill, U'uUjw M. OMke. O. A. R. Thompsen. D. Weaver, Daniel F. Carter, John B, Jonuaa R. B dheathajjij - , Jsimji ttmm. O. W. Hellf!Kdtt; A. Ii. AdatS( J t , Jescpu W. Allu deot lr y . ji . EVANS, FITE & C., Wholnsale Merchants, KASIIViLLK TEKXKSHKE. r K ARE NOW IX KKCmrrOFALARQE I ; and wcllseleeW STOCK OF GOODS, miitami ma Spring and Summer Sales, To which we sail Visiting Nashville. 'tha aaliM ef Mortals' I Our tk wisw&es of Foreign and! iDoiii&Btio.-Drygoods, CLOTH1XO, HOOTS, SHOtH,: ' J V . HAT. HOSilEKT, ;$ 4 ULOVK.H RIBBONS, TRIMMINQS, ktc tne.. ere. EVANS, FITE A CO. NO OOODX sold At ksrAiL.' tnarT 3m Arrchifcecte. SPECIFICATIONS AND WORKING DRAW OIN03. mau.wUh or wltheltttuperlnttndaneg Office, at the Maxwell House. irm-aois. W. D. FtrtTosj Tl7-tf