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01 t'!tii?ri: W Mt:i-AUdH&r JnU Ollirlft!. PIH(. 1'lrwl Xortlmrn. dnbrht ..7KK) -i. M. ml Nnrliipni. , 5:43 r. . f.-i i. rimtlnnnoirn.. 1K wJiiilif .7:00 i, v. Wnshlncfn nnl Southern Yin ('hullanonir. 40 p no..Mir.Moi..p- "" New Orleans. mWnkbt - -.-i0 a.m. .MenipliU ami Sw Orleium. Sell r. u '';rv1 r M- iWcollpl.l nnl TCcnlnrfcy It. R. IfcW r-w .-...HK0i.M. Norlliwwitprn K. U. lfcM uWt feo P. m. ThMiiiawvlIte vlinJJtasre.. Thnr4ar , , f' iawkintiil -Saturday SiOO r. u. Jnnlnii'N Xlorp vlli Hlnjjo. Mn4y 1 raWnlekt --.-J 1:00 p. v. WoJnaftW 1 - " Prfilar " - do l.ltipply VU Sewrt' Ferry. OalnEvllle and Stttwvllle. Thursday W mldntuht Thursday WO r. m. !,elruion vli Stiiire. a. v 1 oi p. v. APART A BTAflE- Arrlve Mondays. Wedncday and Fridays. t 4 p. v. I.MveeTuesday. Thursday ami Snt ufdara. at S a. w. Oitlco Hour. Prwn 7 a. v. to R p. m. Sunday; " o0 A. v. IIA'I r.KOAl A STAO F. TTJIK TAKI.K KAfJHVlJJ.nJT V1WKTVR RAII.ItOAD HKF, ' Cfckiiabia Aoeflmmodatlon Train : Arrive at Jfaihrllle a. v. LfWVe , """ T. K- Mai. and Armraodatlon Train t Leave Nashville at - Arrive at Nafhrllle - ; r Memphff. Mobile and N. 0. Express r.mva Nashville at jrr Arrive at NasHvllle- 5- a.m. NAflltVIM.F. ANP CHATTANOOGA RAILROAD. Leave Nwhvllle at -WW A. M. and 67X1 P. u Arrtv at Chattni... 4.00 A. u. and 4.00 P. U. Sfcosttyvttle and Tullahoraa Accommodation. Um Na.hville-. P. Arrive at Na.rlllc -rr- 1W a. m. (Sum 1 ay a excepted.) I.ODftVII.I-n ANt NAHHVIM.7B RATT.ROAP. Leave Naxhvllle at 4V a. . and M? - M Arrlv.at tfauvlUe at-4 M a. m. and 6 p. v. (lajlatln A(Wmmolatton train leavw Oallatin at0..arrlv5nr at Nn.hvllle at 12.10 p.m. Returning lftftve NahvH! at 8.Sf P. M.. and arrive at (lullaUn at 035 P. M. NAPHVlIiT.K AKB NORTH WHSTERK RATI.R0A1) Pawen?er Trains. Itmrv Xlivllle at- T4-4 a. m. and frlS p. m.. Arrive at Naihville at-WS a. v. ami 138 a. m. mOHF!KI.l AND KHKTOOEY ArHvt at Naalivllle at (ire Nanhvilleat. . RAILROAD. 10.00 a.m. 1.48 p. u. l.RRN'OK BTAOR. UlM NaAvillc -10,:SSlA- Arrive at Naahrllle 10 p. m. TRin.N'K 8TA0K. Leaves Nathvltle Tuwdayj. Thuwdays and JteUirtUr at 8 o'elftflk a. m., arrlvei at Nasli Wie Mandayj. Wednesday and Friday at 1 'Mk P. M. IBWWBORO AND KOI.ISNSVIM.K STAOK. Leaves Naxhvlllo Tuesday. Tlmrndav. Rnd Sat urday at 7 a. m.. arriving at Lowlsbure anie day. OOH AOK.VTS. JOHN W. FAXON, of the Northern Bank of TcnneMec, h our auihoriiod aeent at Clarks vlllo. Tcnnaswe. to reeslre and receipt for aub KriptUns Rd advertisements far the Ukiok and Dispatch. $. B. TtOZELIi. of Franklin, is our anthor Ued asent far Wllliamsen and adjoining coun ties, t receive and receipt for subscriptions to the Umiiw asd DisrATcn. DB. J- B. MATTHEWS, Drugfist. Wd Fol lows IIrII BulldlnK. Woodland Hrect. U our anthariied Agent to reeeivo and rocoipt for ad verttfinffand sulseription8 In BdKO&eld. Orders dcllvored tn him will bo promptly nttonded to. He wHI aUe l:op the Daily Ukiok and D p Tn n mil- iMticr. nvn ckxts. Hereafter the price of single oopics of the Union and DisrAforr at the counter will bo Five Cents, and it will he sold to newsboys snd dealers so that they can sell at this price. PaV only Five Cunts. nnsiNKKs NOTirr.. 0pt Thmiah S. Hats, havlnc rurehasod an Interest In the Ukiok akd DisrATcn, becomes from this date ono f iU proprietors. Tho firm namo ef the now concern will be Jokks, Hats i. On., by whom the business of the establish ment wHl bo eontlnued as heretofore, at the old stand, earner Church and Cherry f trecti. oppo site the peataflico. Oopt. Hays was born and raised in this city, and k well known for hU courtwy and amiabili ty u a gentletnan, as woll na far intelligence. Integrity and promptnoM as a man of business. Ho wtll havo ohargo of tho business department of the ofllce, and will he found In our counting roam. The emu uunes of the old firm having patted inte tho hands of tho new. Oapt- Hays will alio tettlo that, ami will rive all proper re-re-ipts ami aoqultancns. Beln fully preiHired to do all kinds of print ing promptly nnd in tho beet manner, the new firm sellolt a eanttimance of the liberal patron age extended to the old. January IS. l&W. TO Hustings itn AIVlltHr ilpiiornlly. Tim Union and Dirpatou Job Rooms have jut been Hitpplied with large addi tions of the latent and best styles of type, rendering our facilities for the execution of plain and fancy job printing, at ihe lowest rates, by far the njot complete in the city. Vcw AilverllnriiientH. The Merchant's Exchange, Cherry street, Saloon and Restaurant, continues to give the highiist satisfaction to the hungry and thirsty. Mr. Thetniwon has retired, and Messrs. Kinney & Wand carr" on the en tire establishment. The restaurant is under thn immwllBte superintendence of Mr. JoiiHsrd, nlii- long experience ns a ca terer is well-known in this city. NoUiing is omittwl whinh can please the appetite of the visitor to the Merchant's Exchange. A. Nelson A Co. will sell at public auc tion, on the Kth inst., a large number of eligible bnildlag lots on and around St. Clwid nill. A rare chance for good in vestment and Minfortable homes, on easy term. Yeatman, Shields A Co. oiler this morn ing an extra variety of goods at auction ; their list embraces something sivited to all iwndltiens ami tastes. WStnew the popularity of the bankrupt "law in the lirt of notice this morning. R. I- Weakley, successor to Weakley & Yarjjroueh, No. f, North College street, is In reeeipt of a fresh stock of groceries and liquors, as announced in our advertising columns. This is ie of the largest and most comprehensive stocks brought to this market since the war, and buyers will make it to their interest to inspect and price this e took before purchasing elsewhere. tfcinb Mnnlnve & Co. are in receipt of a new stock of carpctings of the latest and all varieties of style. Also, Italian and plain awnings. They arc also receiving a Urge and elegant attwk of drygoods, hosiery, eta, ota, all of which they offer on the piift liberal terms. No. 60, North College 9rpi; KM.KAs-m. -A gambler who had been lying In jail two months, was released ye" , lerday bv the action of the Criminal Court. Sui'hbmb Court Jpihib. Judge II. G. Smith, nf Memphis, w&s yesterday oammis ilaned Judge of the Supreme Omrt, Tier .Alvin Hawkin, resigned. Pjmmikal CWiirr. Eight hundred nnd ecfn tnlatjaqisftnor eatM wan rolled, in thisofturt yesterday and variitmly disposed 'of. " -i . nt t . . vijiAUJim vovirr. i nis noon km in session yesterday. Orcr one hundred oa- ises were Galled, and several erdei were made, hut nothing of special public Inter BIISPEACED fcoXFIDEWt'E. UowaBacbcIorlAistblsIntcndcdWirc r A Komnnllc Kplsortc oflsimJcra lion. Hot many years ago there came lo Ten nessee, from one of the German State?, three brothers, all in moderate circumstan ces, bnt men of determined energy, and poa neflaing all the money-making characteris tica of their industrious and thriving race. They settled in different parts of the State, one of them going into the drygooda busi ness in an interior town. The dealer in drygooda prospered, but what became of the other two we never learned. Before actting out from Fatherland, like a prudent man that he was, he made ample provision for future contingencies and among other arrangements consummated, was his be trothal to a young girl whom he had known for a long lime, and who promised to share with him the home he should make for himself in the new world. The weeks, and months, and years went rapidly by, but they seemed long enough to the patient, toiling immigrant, and when the time came when he could count a compe- tence, he wrote to his intended wife that he had prepared for her a beautiful home in 1 m .. .. J Tennessee, and that she must come at once to htm. Business interests would not admit of his absence from this country, so he did what he considered would be the next best thing, and sent an agent in whom he placed the utmost confidence, to bring his betrothed safely to America and the South. This agent was a young man of pre possessing appearance, and had been ele vated from obscurity to a good position in society through the influence of his em ployer. Not without some misgivings as to the responsibilities of so novel an undertaking, the young man set out on the journey, and and in a few daya reached New York and was soon aboard an ocean steamer revolv ing his chances of ever again seeing land. Arriving safely at his destination, how ever, ho proceeded at once to fulfill his mission, and three days later was ready to set sail iu company with the intended bride of his kind-hearted employer. The ocean fiath was a long one, though, and the young ady and her youthful guardian found few congenial associates among the passengers. This left them together much of the time, and a strong friendship was very naturally the result. But this was not the had feature of the case. To the con sternation of both, they soon found themselves hopelessly entangled in the snares of wicked Cupid, and their warm friendship gave place to a stronger affection. Ah the best means of fixing up the matter, they resolved that on their arrival in New York they would see a clergyman, and then going straight on to Tennessee, would lay the whole affair before the injured hueband-that-was to-have been. They mar ried, came onto this State, and did exactly as they had proposed. The horror and astonishment of the intended bridegroom on learning what had transpired was be yond expression. He at once dismissed the unfaithful agent from his employ, and lefnsed to recognize in any way the fickle girl who had proved so faithless. The story has a pleasant sequel, never theless. The young couple, unable to ob tain forgiveness,Iquietlyset up an establish ment of their own, and live happy together to this day. Quite recently there was a reconciliation between tho employer and his former agent, and the little bouncing "responsibility" attendant upon the hither to unhallowed marriage bears the name of of the injured bachelor, who has willed all his property to his little namesake, and become again the friend of those whom he at one time believed had forever destroyed his earthly hopes. The Mt. Pleasant Outrages. The Prm and Times is going a good deal out of its way in its attempts to substantiate the ridiculous statements brought up from Mt. Pleasant in regard to some colored school "martyrp," who came to Nashville to tell that thty had been driven away by the "Rebels" in that locality. Wonder if the champion of these unfortunates is aware that Graham is the self-same individual who was accused, some time ago, of steal ing a ring from the finger of a disinterred Federal soldier; and that Pitman was only cleared of a charge of horse-stealing through the swearing of "Mrs. E. F. Alli son," and another woman of very doubtfnl character; and that "Mrs. E. F. Allison" is a lunatic, with a very bad name, for a lunatic, too, and that she was an army follower during the war. Nice parties are these to inculoate good morals among the ignorant tdaeks. Desirable Improvement. Union street at the corner of Cherry is just now impassable for horses and vehicles, a street force being engnged in making a new cul vert and raising the crossing. This cross ing is being raised so that there will be no more sinking in the center a delect com mon to all our crossings. This sort of im provement, if extended to all portions of the eilr, would save a great deal of dis agreeable jolting, much damage to ve hicles, and perhaps some broken necks. We understand it is the intention of Chair man Donaldson, to carry out the plan just started upon, as far as possible. Vindictive Prosecution. J. D. Smith, the old negro who day before yesterday caused the arraignment of polireniaR Skiles before Justice Wilkinson, on three assault and hitterv warrants, vesterdav bronchi the matter before the Police Com missioner, and Skiles was fined $5 and costs. To-day the unfortunate Metropoli tan is to lie tried on the tirst three warrants, when he will probably be again lined. Donaldson's Bond. C M. Donaldson, Sheriff elect, was qualified and'gave a bond of forty thousand dollars in the County Court yesterday. The following named persons signed the bond as, his securities: r red. Uramer, Airs. Johanna Uramer, . J. Emrv, J. W. I'aramore, James G. Og' den. Wm. W. Berry, John Hugh Smith, N. C. Austin, J. II. Austin, J. W. Ready, M. P. Clark. W. F.Prosser.II.Riiemekorf. Wro. C Kinney. Walsh's bond of three hundred and seventy thousand dollars as Revenue Collector has not yet ben made, and it is Iwrdly probable that there is Radical property enough in Nashville to secure him. The NoRTn British Review. From the Leonard Seotl Publishing House, New York, we have the Xorth BritM Heview for March. Its contents are: 1. Trade Unions. 2. French Criticism. M. Renan. 3. The Financial Relations of England and India 4. Recent Spanish Romance. 5. Popular Philosophy in its Relation to Life. G, Monta Crubert's Monks of the West. 7, The Queen's Highland Journal. 8. The Atomic Theory of Lucretius, 9. Ireland. In the first article we have thoroughly dis cussed the legality, as well aa the beneuts, of the large Unions of workingmen now so universal in hngland. Uien we have, in article seven, another instance of the de termination of English Critics to look with partial and admiring eyes on the literary productions of their welltbcloved Queen. The Irih question, "probably the most dif ficult practical problem over set before a statesman, closes the number. A Bankruptcy Case and a Question or CmsENBiiir. An interesting case is now pending in the court of Justices Cas petty & Brien. A prominent city official who "took ihe bankrupt law" in Ohio last summer aa a dliaen of that State, is sued by an Illinois man aa a citizen of Tennes see, and the question is, whetlier tlie bankl ,ni lir infcpn advantage of in Ohio wil- protect the defendant, he being to all ine oic nd mimosas a citiien of Tennessee i,oi,Ur,t nfli(v bore. Thecaso will be aim twniiuft decided to-day. For a pure article of Irish Linen. lwep; ty five per cent, cheaper than former prices, STATE 9CEDICA& SOCIETY. Second Day's Proceed lags. The Society convened at the Hall of the City Medical Society, at the appointed hour yesterday. Present : Dr8.Jno.W. Richardson,Rulher ford county ; If. DuPre, J. H. Callender, Jos. Jones, C. A. Pylea, J. D. Plunket, J. C Newman, W. A. Barry, W. K. Bowling, C. K. WinstoD, W. T. Brigga, Roht. Martin, Paul. F. Eve.W. B.Maney, J. H. Oney, J. R. Buiat, J. W. Maddin, J. W. Morton, Jr, J. M. Kercheval, W. L. Nichol, Thoa. B. Buchannan, H. M. Corapton, Thoa. R. Jennings, J. D. Win ston, Geo. S. Blackie, and F. M. Hughes, Nashville ; E. S. Milton, Fosterville ; W. D. Wardlaw, S. M. Thompson, Thos. Lips comb, and R. F. Evans, Shelbyville; J. D. Wallace, Franklin ; J. F. Grant, Pulaski, and H. M. Whittaker, Clarksville. On motion of Dr. Eve, the name of J. D. Plunket, was added to the Committee on Publication. Dr. Eve read an extract from the Au gusta, Ga., Constitutionalist, stating that ilia i a . t me railroads and noteis tiau reuueeu ineir prices to half-fare, lo members attending the Georgia State Society, assembled at Augusta on yesterday, and on motion a committee was appointed to wait on the officers oftherailroadsleadingloNashville, i -t t i il and secure similar favors for this society, At this point the President declared a recess of five minutes forthepurpae of per mitting members to inspect several valuable medical memoirs of the days of Dr. Rush, and the early period of the University of Pennsylvania. Among these was an auto graph letter of Dr. Benjamin Rush, and several tuition tickets and diplomas of 179k They were offered by Dr. W. K. Bowling. Scientific papers being called for, Dr. Eve read an interesting essay npon Injuries to ihe Vertebral column and Medulla Spinalis, detailing three recent cases under his own observation, and collating several from foreign medical journals and other sources. The paper was requested for publication. The Committee on Nominations reported the names of J. D. Winston, of Nashville, for President, and J. F. Grant, of Pulaski, Vice President, who after the usual ballot ing were declared unanimously elected. The hour of eleven having arrived, Dr. Lipscomb, the retiring President, pro ceeded to deliver the annual address. This was a general view of the duties of physicians in their individual relations, and then devolving on the Medical Society. He alluded to the needed reforms in the hygienic instruction which should issue from the profession to the public, especi ally in regard to the physiological laws which should govern marriage, and the evils of marriage at an immature period of life. He also warmly advocated an ag gressive war on nuacks, and a higher standard of medical education, and a longer period or pupilage. The address was quite an able one, and was listened lo with great attention. afternoon session. Dr. Geo. S. Blackie rrad a brief essay on Trichiniagis, which was referred to the Pub lishing Committee. The committee appointed to see to free transportation home of members residing on the railroads, reported the acquiescence of the .Nashville and Chattanooga, and Nashville and Decatur railroads. On motion, Drs. J. E. Manlove, Robert Martin and W. L. Nichol were appointed a committee to select eight gentlemen to prepare medical papers for the aociety at its next regular meeting. Drs. C. K. WinBton, J. H. Callender, D.DuPre, R. F. Evans and John W. Rich ardson were appointed a committee to take into consideration the matters sug gested in ex-President Lipscomb's ad dress, and report at the next meeting. On motion, the 1'resident appointed the following gentlemen delegates to the Na tional Medical Associasion, meeting to be in held Washington City, the first Tuesday in May, viz : . Dr. JncJ. V. Kichardson, Kutherford county. Drs. Thoma9 Lip.-comb and K. b. Jivans, Shelbyville. Drs. II. M. Whitlaker and D. b. Wright, Clarksville. Drs. B. W. Avent and Frank Ramsey, Memphis. Drs. J. F. Grant and C. C. Abernathy, Pulaski. Dr. B. F. Clark, Bnford's station. Dr. S. P. Crawford, Greenville. Drs. Thomas Menees, D. DuPre, T. L. Maddin, J. II. Callender, Jos. Jones, W. K. Bowling and George S. Blackie, Nash ville. Un motion, JNaanville was selected as the place of next meeting firBt Tnesday in April, 1869 anil thereupon the .So ciety adjourned. Personal. Manager Flynn is down from Louisville, procuring costumes to he nied in the production of the White Crook at the Academy t)f Music in that city. Gov. Palton, of Alabama, arrived here yesterday and passed ou to Chattanooga alter remaining over a tew hours. Gen. Joseph A. Uooper and Arnell, Hie former just up from East lennessee, and the latter hailing lrom Washington, are at the Macey House. .Lieut, h. W. liroesheck, A. A. A. U. on Gen. Carlin's staff, has joined his regiment at Sackett'a Harbor, having been relieved from duty at his own request. Jle was entirely loo faithful and honest an officer to be connected with such an institution as the Bureau. Payment of the Metropolitan Police. Thirty-two thousand dollars in corporation checks was issued from the Recorder's office yesterday, and the city government has sold a sufficient amount to realize iiueeii iiiuuaanu uuuurn m Klrc" backs, which will be paid to the Metro politan Police to-day. The parties buy ing these checks have stipulated thai tney shall not be thrown upon the market. lisoAri: of a Convict. A convict who had behaved himsell so well as to secure the confidence of his keepers, and who was allowed a great deal of freedom as a waiter, yesterday ohanged his stripes for a blue blouse and yellow jeans pants, nnd escaped lrom the penitentiary. Detective Office. Joe Cheatham, the well known Nashville detective, has inst opened an office over Plowman & Even', No. 10 Deaderick street, and has an efficient corps of experienced officers under mm. W. C. COLLIER Wliilee ami II? tat I Denier IX SCHIOOL BOOKS, RLAVIC BOOKS. STATIONERY, PhotoRrapli Allmms, IVrlling I)ckUs, Gold Peng, ARNOLD'S WniTISO FLUID, COPYIXO ISK, ETC also, DErosrroBT roa the American Bible"' Society, AXD JOEXT FOR THE PltESIlTTERIAX COXMITTEE OF rUflI.IM.Tm.Y SOUTH riNITIAL STAlNIPINGr Done in the neate;t and latest style, at abort notice. Bttweea Oollege and Cherry t trecti-janZJly XJIE ,'WDOW IXOPEMEST- SheriiT Jordan's Pair, Fat ami Forty Wlf An-oatPfl nt KteTCttSOIl, la Cem- nanv With Her ParamoHr. On the Cth of February last, the wife of S. E. Jordan, Sheriff of Randolph county, Alabama, eloped with an ex-Federal sol dier, named Isaac Mize, leaving her dis consolate husband alone at Wedowee, from whence he at once proceeded to advertise the guilty party, sending handbills all over the South, and offering $200 reward for their apprehension. The advertisement was so uniquely gotten up, that it was copied free of charge in the local columns M mnnv ni me leauiuir uenai'ai'cin nnt the cmintrv. In it he .w.. - j ilprilipd Ma wife as a lovely ga rMa nf inmn fnrtv aiimmers. with de cayed teeth, and a scar on her neck, and weighing only one hundred nnd sixty pounds. Mize he described as a shyster who had not only stolen his wife, but $125 of his money, and left him bound for him to a considerable amount. The advertisement, posted at every police station in the South, and given a place in the newspapers, had the desired effect. On Tuesday of this week, as we learned last night, 5lize and the runaway wife of the indefatigable Sheriff were arrested at Stevenson, Alabama, and are now in durance there, awaiting his arrival, when they will be disposed of as he in his mercy shall see fit. The Columbia SnooTiNO Affair. W. J. Andrews, the newspaper correspon dent at Columbia, who was shot in that place on Monday by J. B. Woodside, has brought suit against his would-be murder er for 515,000 damages. Woodside was released on giving S5000 hail, and came to this city yesterday, hut was followed up by a brother of Andrews with an attach ment, suspicion having been aroused that he was endeavoring to put his property be yond the reach of the law. It is thought that Mr. Andrews will lose his arm, the se verity of the wound rendering amputation necessary., Sheriff Donaldson and the de tectives were looking to Woodside last night. Tony Benton in Nashville. Tony Benton, the celebrated Irish vocalist, will appear for the first time at the St. Nicho las Varieties to-night. Business Man in the Workhouse. A prominent business man was yesterday lodged in the. workhouse for merchandi sing without license. Piaster Monday Shootino Match. The German Sharpshooters will hold a shooting match at RuemekorPs garden on Monday next the first this season. The amusement will be open from eight o'clock A. M. to five o'clock v. m. The usual prizes will be awarded. Arrival of Arms and Ammunition Four boxes of guns and two boxes of ammunition, which were sent from the capitol to the negro militia at Gallatin, du ring the recent troubles there, arrived here yesterday, and were taken back to the Statehouse. Laucke's Majority. Laucke's ma jority for Chancellor of theseventh division as shown by official returns to the Secre tary of State, is 700, with Jackson and a few precincts in Macon yet to hear from. Judge Laucke has not yet been no tified of Judge Barry's intention to contest the election. Edgefield. Messrs. Anderson, John son & Smith, real estate agents, propose to sell to-day thirty-seven lots in Williams' addition to Edgefield, all beautifully situa ted. Omnibusses will leave the front of their office for the sale this morning at 10 o'clock. Tennessee and Pacific Railroad. The petition for the ordering of another election to vote $300,000 to the Tennessee and Pacific railroad, still hangs fire, not having been presented in the County Court at its session this week. It may possibly come up on the 17th. City Council. Through a misunder standing, the regular meeting of the Board of Aldermen was not held on Tuesday night. There will be a regular meeting of the Common Council to-night, and it is thought a call will he issued for a meeting of the Board of Aldermen. Deputy Sheriff. N. C. Austin is to be one of Sheriff Donaldson's deputies. Some disappointed candidates were yester day maliciously circulating a report that three fresh arrivals from Ohio had been made Deputy Sheriffs. Porkers in the Circuit Court. The hog case in the Circuit Court, in which W. A. Mathews and Martha Reese claimed the same porker, was decided yesterday in favor of Martha Reese. Another similar case was taken up, and wilt occupy ine court to-day. Police Court, April 8. J. D. Smith, using obscene language ; $5. J. D. Patton alias Brown, larceny ; con tinued. John D. Knor. drunk and disorderly : $3; shooting in corporation, $5 ; assaulting fanny Cook, colored, with intent to com mit rape: discharged. tJeorge h.. 1 nomas, drunk and disorder ly ; costs. B. v. roster, drawing pistol anil threat eningto shoot; costs. Clothino. H. ifc J. Metz.' Nos. 59 and CI South Market street, . are in receipt of their large and extensive stock of gentle men's, youths' and boys' clothing for the spring, and summer wear, and gents nir- nishing goods generally. Garments made to order in the latest style, at the shortest notice. apl tf Shook and Pelham have more coal "than Carter had oats'' good lump coal from the bewanee mines, which they will sell at the reduced price of twenty cents per bushel. Othce No. 52-0 Cedar street. March'-Jw IIMfMpBWBHHHMHtMm BUY AT HOME. THE UNDERSIGNED, BEING f ULlil nrnnnrorl fnr mnnnfnMnrincr MAStl, Iloorn, Illlncta, inside and out. Pivot and Stationary Mats, Frames of every description, Brackets, Uorniccs. plain and ornamental, MnntclniecM Moulding, of all Linds. 15 a e Board;. Flooring. Poplar and Pine Ceilmif Plank, Wcatherboarding. and Buildine Alate rinl c-fnorntl. Alan. Unilrtir nnd Contractor All at as low rates as ean be imported of equal quality- bend orders, runctnailiy ana ais paten are our nusincjs crcoa. umca ou i toryadjoininitNaihTille and Chattanopca Rail road Locomotive snops, ucdarsirect, asaviuc, lennessee. TUKHI VILLI. V 1T1.I 111,1.. aprt diwly Knoxville and Kentucky MA I Lit OAJD. PROPOSALS POR THE GRADATION AND 1 and Maonrr of the nineiean miles cf this Road not yet nnder contract, extending fmm a 2 ! i . i, . i r ... i . . . t - DU)Ul IKU IU)IC3 OUia Ol "K UP IU lUIIHU. ..ml.. Itn o iat nn..Mn mil Vl rfl ceived at this office nntil the 21th day of April 1 next. Ihp nrotile and roeicatuins fur this section tfMph InMnttful fnnr fTitnnl rnrvini? frfltn tWO hundred and fifty to seventeen hundred and fitly feet in length, with other heavy won, can be aeon at the Knnncer'a office, in Knoxville, after the 11th of April The Comrany reseryja the richt to reiect all bids. Per farther InfSr mation address A OKI AN TEBRV, Chiersncineer, eic Kxoxvutt. Tcnn., March 26, ISoi mar31 2wJt3t SPECIAL NOTICES. 'A Unrgc, StecKTprWooI noil Brnsscls n ' i! 'V:$-,Y- - !. ". fca s vurpcuug is nowjjnerea very row, yw BKECIf. MAN LOVE tfCp..; No. GO North Collegetrect Iinllitn and I'liiin Awulnp are made at Miort notice, by BEECH, MANLOVE & Co.,' No. GOiNorth College street. . ; . lletfcli, itlnnlove fc Co. are now receiving, at No, 60 North College street, the largest stock of Staple and Fancy Drygoods, Hosiery, etc.. they have ever offered to the Nashville market. and are determined to sell at the lowest rrices. apr9 Iw NOTICE. R. H. THOMPSON, 41 Cher ry street, has received all the latest Spring Style Hats. The following; are among the leading fashions: Broadway, Lancaster, Boz, Dickens, Bismark, Dress Silk ; also, a large assortment of black and light colored Felt for Men and Boys. Our stock of Neck Dress is the largest and finest selec tion ever offered in this city. The following are a few of the latest styles : Fifth Ave nue, La Grande Duchesse, Shakspeare, Tycoon, Boule vard, Paris Bow, Prince Im perial, with rines, very styl ish, Windsor, Richelieu, "Wa terfall and Chassepot. Perfect fitting Shirts, Un derwear of every descrip tion, Gloves, Suspenders, Trunks, Valises, Bags, Toilet Articles, Perfumery, etc apr2 tf ncllcurlcM of tlie Sensuii. Fresh Peaches, large yellow and white heath: Green Corn, Poas nnd Gages ; Strawberries, Pine Ap ples, Tomatoes, Blackberries, Shaker Preserves, Sago, Barley, Tapiaco, Farina, Corn Starch, Cream and Lemon Crackers, and many other choico articles too numerous to mention, with all the Staple GROCERIES, at the lowest mar ket price, nt Y. W. TOTTEN & BRO.'S, 23 College street, Xashville. The Franklin Uriels Mucliiuc Is guaranteed, with eight men and two horses, to make 2500 to 3500 first-class Brick per hour, and by steam, 4000 to 7000 per hour, accord ing to the facilities for removing them. I offer to demonstrate theso facts by Machines in actual operation. J. II. Rknicc, fcb29 2m 71 Broadway, New York. Room 23. Conjiifriil Love, Hint the JlHiipiuesi ofTrnc Bin rr I iijre. Essay for Young Men, on the Errors, Abuses and Diseases which destroy the Manly Powers and create impedi ments to Marriage, with sure means of relief. Sent in sealed letter envelopes free of charge. Address, Dr. J. SKILLIN IIOUG'ITON, How ard Association, Philadelphia, Pa. fub2 3m Nfiw Blitrringo Guide. An essay for young men, on Physiological Er rors, Abuses and Diseases, incident to youth and early manhood, which creates impediments to MARRIAGE, with sure means of relief. Sent in sealod letter envelopes free of charge. Ad dress Dr. J. SKILLIN HOUGHTON. Howard Association, Philadelphia, Pa Thn Healing? Pool, mid IIouso of Mercy. Howard Association Reports, for Young Men. on tho CRIME OF SOLITUDE, and the Errors, Abuses and Diseases which do etroy the manly powers, and create impediments to Marriage, with snre means of relief. Sent sealed letter envelopes, free of charge. Addre Dr. J. SKILLIN HOUQUTON. Howard Asso ciation, Philadelphia, Pa. mayl9 3m REEVES' AMBROSIA O 1? THE: HA.IK., IMPROVED ! It is an elegant Dressing for the Hair It causes the Hair to Curl beautifully. ft It keeps tho Scalp Clean and Healthy. It invigorates the Roots of the Hair. It forces the Hnjrand Beard to grow luxuriantly. It immediately stop3 Hair Falling Out. It keeps the Hair from Changing Color from Age. It restores Grey Hajr to its Original Color. , It brings out Hair on heads that havo been bald for years. It is composed entirely of simple and purely vegetable substances. It has received over six thousand voluntary testimonials of its excellence, many of which nre from physicians in high standing. It is sold in half pound bottles (the name blown in the glas.,) by Druggists nnd Dealers in Fancy Goods everywhere, at Ono Dollar per Bottle; Wholesale by Demas Barnes & Co., F. C Wells Jt Co., Schleffelin Co., New'York. marl5 ly TWENTY-EIGHT SIZES OF THE CELEBRATED Are now made by the Excelsior Manufacturing Co., ST. I.OVIN. 'I'HKSEWELL KNOWN AND VERYPOP X ular Cooklntc Stoves have been before the public since 1852. Each succeeding year has added to their popularity, until the name has become familiar in every household in the West and South- The demand for our NEW CHARTER OAK Last year was greater than we could supply with the sizes then made. Anticipating a still greater demand during the present year, we have made patterns fur several additional size, and are prepared to manufacture ISO to 131 1HIAK TEU OAK HroviIS per day, or twenty olelit lltrerer.it nlze. We guarantee the operation of every Stove we manufacture, and offer as reference any one of the many thousand that have been told, wherever they maybe found. Neither labor nor expense has been spared to make our New Char ter Oak a l't-rfeot Coolilnjj Nlov, and we offer it to the trade as the best cokstrcctkp. host durable and t sit oau ofehati.no Cooking Stove in the market. In addition to our extensive Stove business, we are prepared to" offer to Stove Dealers, Tin smiths and others in the trade, the largest nnd most complete nsortment of Metals and Tin ners' stock in the West- Onr arrangement with tho St. Louis Stamping Company enable us to civo liberal discount V large buyers of French Stampcil Tinncit Ironware and Tinners' Supplies. Having recently reduced the prices of all articles ot our own manufac ture, we believe dealers and housekeepers will find it to their interett to send Tor Catalogue and Price List, and examine our prices before pur chasing elsewhere. Address KXClilAlOK MAXUFACTTJTING CO.. St. Louis, Missouri. Sold by all Hardware and Stove Dealers, Nashville, Tenn. apr2 thu tiliy23 ym. HOOPER HARRIS, (Late of Harris, Gaines & Co..) Commission merchant IX SOUTHERN PRODUCE, Grooerloe, "WJhielcy, 33to Xo. 88 Heaver Street, mar31 Cm flEW IOSK. "iXSnYilLBE QUOTATIONS J PSITtD STATrS ASD OTHER StCURITIM. S-CO?, 1st serie.i.-....... .-.... 5-20s, 2d series,, 5-20s, 3d series.....-.. ft-'Sh. New Issue-.- - KMOs- ..- . 7-30s, 2d and 3d eeriea . Compound Interest Notes, Oct.. 1364 Jjec, isw.. " May. 1SG5-. " Aug.. 1363- Sept., ISO.. " OcU IXS- Tenneisea Bonds " Coupons - Louisville & NashvillaB. R. Stock Naahrilla .t Chnttanoora. IL R. Stock.. Nashville and Chattanooga R. R. Bonds 63 Nashville Cornoration Checks---. 67 South Nashville Street R. R. Stock. 25 Suspension Bridge Stock-..-. ......-..-. 85 , uavidson uounty, uonas...i. .........ii. Planters! Bank Stbck...;.,.. .i.S12 - Union.Bank'Stock. .fi,.f?i- ii-- 10. SPECIt. Buying Sell ine. Gold 1S7W 13354 Silver 123 1SI BWIUKSTIO AND mBEIQS CTOH.4XOS. On New Yorki- '..4nar'. On Cincinnati...'. ..."' " On London 47 10 per pound. On Dublin 7 10 " On Edinburgh 710 " " On Berlin 1 03 per thaler. On FrnnkforU........... PQ " guilder TJNCCRRKXT MOKET. TES.SK33KE. SOUTH OAROLIS'A. Bank of Tennessee, old 1 People's Bank . 40 issue...... 30 I Planters' and Me- Planters Bank IW chanics' Bank If. Union Bank ftj I State Bank. . 01 Union Bank Cert's- 5W I Southwestern R. R 25 B'kofChattanoOffa. 05 1 Union Runt. 7S Bank of Commerce, par1 alaraiu. Bank of Knoxville, ft) j Bank of Mobile... 90 Dank of Memnhis 95 i B'k oflfnntimmfiT sn B'k of Middle Tonn, 95 ' Bank of Selma 22 Bank of Paris . par Central Bank 01 Bank of the Union, pari Commercial Bank 07 B'k of West Tenn... 25 Eastern Bank 45 Buck's Bank par I Northern Bank... SO City Bank : .... 60 Southern Bank 90 Commercial Sank 25 oeoroia. Merchants' Bank.-par I Central R. R. B'k 95 Northern Bank......par j Georgia Railroad' OcoeeBank. 12 , Banking Co. .. 95 Bank of Shelby yille. 70 B'k of Mid. Geonrio. 90 Southern Bank..... 10 I Marine Bank 95 Traders' Bank- .par Bank of Augusta 55 Life A General In- Augusta Insurance-. 01 suranee Co- . 05 Bank of Columbus... 05 SOUTH CABOL1KA. Bank of Commerce. 04 Bank of Camden... 20 Bank of the Empire Bank of Charleston. 20 Stato IS Bank of Chester. OS I Bank of Athens- ... fO Bank of Georgetown 05 Bank of Fulton 40 Bank of Hamburg 101 Bank of Savannah, 45 BankofNewberrr... 25 Bunk of the Stnta nf Bank of the State of Georgia.. ....12 bouth. Carolina-. 03 City B'k of Augusta, 23 Commercial Bank... 01 Farmers and Me- hxchanse Hank...... Oil chamcV Hunk 05 Farmers' and Ex- I Mechanics' Bank 01 change Bank.. 01 1 Merchants' Plant- Merchants' Bank.. (IV i ers' Hunk . 04 Planters' Bank of I Planters' Bank ...... 12 Fairbold - 03l Union Bank ... OS Gold made another slight advance in New York yesterday. The following are the quotations: Opened at- 138 J, was 133 at 10:20, 1381; at lo':55, 133J at 11:45, and closed 13SJ at 3 i. m. The rates here wete 137J liuyipg and 13Sf selling. Government securities have advanced very much in New York. The following are yesterday's quotations: 5-20s 1st series 5-20s 2d series 5-20s 3d series 5-20s new issue 111 110 103 102J4 10S5& 10-403 7-303 2d and 3d series : London advices of yesterday quote United States 5-20s at 73i. Exchange on New York was taken by the banks yesterday at pa'r and sold by them at J premium. Nashville corporation checks are in but little general demand, and but few are of fering for sale. Dealers buy small lols at 32c, and soli at 25c discount. Government bonds are bought here at a shade les3 than the New York rates, and are held at about one cent advance. The statement of the Associated Bunks of New York city for the week ending Satur day last, April 4, compares as follows with the corresponding week in 18G6 and 1867; to which we add the specie currency bal ances in the New York offices of the United States Treasury at these dates, respectively: March 3106. March 30.'G7. March 23. '63. Nat'lcapt'l 74, 157.700 $73,507,700 Loc' capt'l 9,002,500 9,902,500 Total capt'l $33,520,200 S83.470.200 Loans S242,613,753 254,470,027 251,237.891 Specie 11,436,295 8.133,313 17.097.2U9 Legal Tender 71.445.06S 59,021.776 51.709,706 Deposits 159,094,961 183,861,209 130.950.846 Circulation 33,774,573 34,227,103 InSub.Trei'y 83,621,790 105,180,790 97.934,551 The changes from the statement of March 28th are as follows : Decrease in loans $3,090,303 Decrease in specie 226,063 Decrease in other legal tenders 413,372 Decrease in deposits 5,568,282 Increase in circulation 36,200 The bank statement exhibits the follow ing relative strength of the movement, in the points of lawful money security, to the statement of the 0th of April, 18C7 : April 4. April 6, '67. On deposit 3180,956.846 $133,861,209 Circulation 31,227.103 33.774.573 Total- S2I5.183.95I $217,635,372 25 per cent would ho ... $53,793,933 $51,403,963 67.1t.5Si Tlie ev held. In gold and greenbacks 03,807.005 Excess S15.011.017 $13,751,020 The exports of specie from New York to foreign ports last week amounted to $1,231,052 against S500.G18 for the cor responding week last year. The following will show the total exports of specie from New York to foreign ports from January 1 to March 23 have been as follow?: 1863 18tl7 1806..... 1805 1861 181X5 1862 1S61 I860 , 416.300.967 1859 - ......... 7.614.-259 1 858 5,751.795 1857. 5,009.710 1.350 10,420,237 1855 16,195,050 135! 11.005.0tJ 185.! 2.3SS.1S0 1852 5.203,400 $11,010,331 .. 9,790.143 .. 6,735,936 .. 5.053.34S .. 6.182,159 .. 5.414.646 7.177.121 The New York Time of the (ith inst. The trade of the week was generally sat isfactory. Ihe ilrycooils interests are doing better than Inst spring, in both for eign and domestic fabrics, and there is a large business doing in general toreign merchandise. The cotton trade was es pecially excited hy the continued rapid rise in Liverpool, and the light receipts at this and the southern ports. 1 lie price has nearly doubled since the upward specula lion commenced in January at 15 10 cents for middling uplands and Orleans. In Liverpool the price has gone up from 7d to 12d. The import entries for the past week amount to $5,701,225, against the total en tries of ?4,759,407 same week last year. The export clearances of domestic produce amount to $3,996,477, against $4,050,300 same week last venr. Ihe customs ol the week are $2,533,954. The receipts of cot ton, coastwise and by railroad, are 12,362 bales. The gold values of the import entries of foreign merctianuise at iew ior since July 1, 1807, the beginning of the cur rent fiscal year, are as follows the en tries of foreign specie being omitted : Total since July 1...... 3178.357,378 Again-t same 'ime 1867 2U,saU Decrease sinee July 1 $27,435,9015 The currency value of tho exports of domestic produce and nimcellaneoiw goods from New York, including foreign articles re-exported, since July 1, 1867, are as fol lows : Total sinee July 1 Against 6am e time 1367 $13.0l,117 138232,270 Decrease tinee July 1- Gold. April 4, 1363 Gold, April 6, 1S67 199,168 ..US' cent PCeent. GENERAL MARKETS. Nasityille, April 8, 1S68. Cotton. The market has been quite doll to-day, and only a few bales have changed hands. . Keceived 254 balea. Shipped 242 bales, and 49 were sold a3 fol lows: 38 at 27c; 4 at 2ic ; 1 at 25c, and 6 NASnVILLE COTTOH STATHMHST. Htork nn hand SDt- 1. 1B37 -523 Heceived to-day 24 Keceived previously .8M. S3.62G Total Shipped lo-day Shipped previously- 80,20$ . .212 Ml-67,lfi8 EtoknndTt6ay- 2050 The following dispatches were received to-day at the (am.be?pf.Commerce: V 107 107U 1C6V 100 llSi U3'4 116 115 IIP. lift. f,r. 72 ,Sd . a) New York, April 8. Gold opened at 133J. 10:20 A. Jr. Gold 13SK 10:55 A. m. Cotton market firm and pricea a shade better, though not qnolably higher. Low middlings 27Jcr uplands 2SJc; good 29Jc; iTobile29c; Orleans 29Jc 11:45 A. M. Gold 138. Cable news has had a depres sing effect on the market, and prices are lower. Low middlings 27c; uplands 2Sc; good 29c; Mobile 23ic; Orleans 29ic 3 P. sr. Gold 133c, Cotton market quiet but stesdv. i London, April S. 11:15 a. at. U. S. bonds 72. Consols 93 1. 1:20 p. m. U. S. uonns z. consols yataus. 6 P. M. Consols 93t93J. U.S. bonds 7373i, Liverpool, April 8, 11:15 a. St. Cot ton market quiet. Estimated sales to-day 11,000 bales. Uplands 12l121d : Orleans 12i12Jd. 1:20 p. St. Cotton market ir regular. Uplands at Hid; Orleans at 12d. 5 p. st. Cotton market heavy. Sale to day 12,000 bales. Uplands 11 id ; Orleans 12id. Bacon. The market is firm with a small advance in prices. Clear sides 17ic ; hams loAc ; shoulders 13c. Lard In tierces 16c; in kegs and cans 1617c. Coffee Supply equal to the demand. Rio 2223c; Lagnyra 23; Java 3340. Corn. Lose in wagons G7c; in sacks 77c; delivered 82c. Flour. Mountain Dew $15; Cream of the City $13 ; superfine grades ?9 50010. Wheat. So little in market that it is scarcely quotable. Sugar. Good supply on hand. "We quote Demarara. 1616jc; Orleans 14J lGic; coffee A 17Jc; B 17Jc; C 16J 17c; crushed powdered and granulated lSJc. Salt 53 75 for 7 bushel bbls. ' Molasses Orleans 8o95c; Eastern syrup3 8035c ; Golden svrup $1 25 1 50. Coal Oil. Prime White Tennessee 43 46 ; lubricating 3060c Cotton Yarns .500 20c; 000 18c; 700 16c. MARKETS BYTELEORAPD. Forcfyii Markets. London, April 8 Evening. Consols 9393; 5-20s 7373Jd. Frankfort, April S Evening. 5-20 bonds 76i75Jd. Liverpool, April S Evening. Cotton closed heavy, and a fraction lower. Mid dling uplands lift ; Orleans 12Jd. Stiles 12,000 baies. Breadstuffs quiet. Kfir York Money jftnrliet. New York, April 8. Money easier. Call loans 7c discount. Sterling firm at 9A9J. Gold 1331334. New Ten nessee's 07 J. Cincinnati .Wnrltet. Cincinnati, April 8. Flour unchanged, family $10 2510 50. Wheat dull $2 36 2 39. Corn 8585c. Oats 74c. To bacco unchanged' Mess pork is held firm ly at $27. Bulk meats shoulders 11 Jc ; sides 14Jc Bacon scarce; shoulders 13c; clear rib sides lCJc. Lard 17c. Butter and cheese unchanged. Eggs 19c. Pota toes dull at $3 25. New York Market. New York, April 8. Cotton easier. Sales 3000 balea ; uplands 2Sc. Kicu dull; Carolina 10Jlllc. Coffee firm. Sugar more active; Cuba 10j12c; Porto Rico lH12c. Molasses steady. Flour very dull, and a shade lower. Wheat quiet, with a tendency downward. Corn dull and heavy, Western $1 18 1 201. New York Ury Uootli Market. New York, April 8. -Drygoods steady. Fancy prints 15c ; pinks and purples 15$c. Heavy brown sheetings 18i19s. Brown drills 17c. Xeiv Orleans .Market. New Orleans, April 8. Cotton sales 1200 bales. Middlings 29c. Receipts 770 bale. Exports 1574 bales. Nt. JLonlM Market. St. Louis, April 8. Tobacco unchanged. Flour entirely unchanged. Wheat win ter $2 002 75. Corn 8892e. Oats 71 72c. Spring barley $2 60. Rye$l 00. Mess pork $27 6023. Bulk meats un settled. Bacon shoulders 13ic ; -clear rib side3 17c; clear8idesl718. Lard 17 like Louisville. Market. Louisville, April 8. Tobacco sales of 233 hogsheads ; lugs $5 256 90 ; medium leaf$l 50; fair $17; selections $22 25; Owen county $27 50. Flour Superfine $3 509; fancy $12 5013. Wheat $2 462 50. Oats 7375c. Corn 8687c. Lard 1717Jc. Mess pork $27. .Bacon shoulders 13c; clear rib sides 1016: ; clear sides 171c. Southern t'oltnn Markets. Auousta, April 0. The cotton market opened at 30c for middling, but closed at a decline of 1-1 to 2 cents. Sales 670 bales. Receipts 300 bale. Middlings 28291c Charmhton, April 6. Cotton nominal, and no sales. Receipts 1100 Inles. No exports. Savannah, April d. Cotton quiet and unchanged. Middlings 30c. Bales bales. Receipts 2'J25 bales. Mobile, April 0. Cotton closed 300 dull and heavy. Sales 050 billet. .Middlings :U31ic. Receipts 2733 bales. Exports 4309 hales. KIVKK AMI) WKAT1IKH. ARRIVE!'. Nashville, Cairo. Umpire, Bakertown. K PARTED. Havana, Cincinnati. Win. White, Up River. Ella Hughes " Fanny Brandies, Neelev's Ut-nd The river it fulling, with live feel water on the sho-:ilr. The Umpire had a mmI cargo of enrn, tobacco, etc. The Nashville wane in light, and will be the regular packet at 4 P. St. to-day for Cairo, St. Louis, Memphis and New Or leans. The weather is warm and cloudy. 1841. Among the papers of Olive Allo way we find the following memorandum, which will carry many of our readers back to the good old days of yore : Another Laroe Caroo. The steam boat Ellen Kirkman, Capt. Wilson, came in from Nashville yesterday with a tre mendous load, consigned to our neighbors Price, Johnson & Co. The cargo consisted of 2403 bales of cotton, 231 hogsheads of tobacco, 16 hogsheads of bacon, and 405 pieces of baggjng. There is no "half way" business alvotit. The boat is now ready for another load. Nem Orient The Loniaville Joimw of yesterday say: The lale rain has checked the decline of the river, and at 7 o'clock last evening it 'was stationary, with seven feet eight inchrs in the canal, and five feet eight inches in the ehute. A slight rise is anticipated by river men. The weather yesterday was cloudy and somewhat chilly, with conid erable rain ther night previous. At 10 p. st. it was clear. Thermometer at 42 and barometer at 20:20 and riwng. The St. Louia Democrat of the 7th says : Weather cold and slightly raining yes terday. Bosinera fair on the wharf, but quieter than anticipated. River about sta tionary. Missouri falling above Kansas City, rising temporarily below. V pper Miss issippi falling from Keokuk down; rising slightly above. Illinois on the decline, and all are coming down to a common level. Best news of all, though, because it hap pens sooner than anticipated, Lake Pepin is open, and the St. Lonis packets called the Northern line go to and from St. Paul nndelayed. What a glorious 6tretch of our river tributary to St. Louis. The Starlight at New Orleans, on the 3d, narrowly esoaped being snuffed out. Fire broke ont among hay in her hold. The papers say the prompt arrival of the fire men not only saved the Starlight from destruction, but probably all the steamers lying below Canal street. The Vicksbnrg Times of Friday says the Enterprise, rather an unfortunate one, bv the way. came out of Arkansas riTer with a full trip of cotton, no chimneys, and, it is said, two or three Sheriffs and United States Marshals aboard. Taking all things into consideration, the trip was a lively one. Clnrksvllle and Burksville Regular Packet. MMIR FINE STEAMER Wm. L WkJie. A. Dbi.vkwatkr. Mas ter, nill run ilnrinirlhn unrinzseason as a regular packet between Clarksville, Tenn.. and Burksville, Ky.. on the Cumberland river She will call at all Intermediate points, carrying-all rawenjers and freurht that may apply. The White will make weekly trips, leaving Clarksville on Monday, and Nashville on Tnet day of each week. aprS tf. For rnlro, st. I.onls, Memphis and Xcw Orleans. nniK FINE PASSENGER STEAM- . i lit.-, MIMtr SIMMS, leave as above on THURSDAY, the 9th insr,, For freight or parage apply on board, or to CORBETT & BOtb. -i nut w s I Mil L Ml rrni, or HARRISON iSONS.1 V W. A. PEEBLES. "jAwnto. , and Front atreet, aprt 2t ISAAC RICE. O. Q0LD3MTTH L. W. FECIIHEIMKR ' i. in H vvau IMPORTERS OF HAVANA AND Manufaoturora of Doma'atiM 0 XGARS, n KAiwix French, English and Turkish ' SMOKING ARTICLES Plug, Fine Cut and Smoking TOBACCO, Virginia Manufactured Tobaccos, IN BOND OR TAX PAID. I. : Genuine Garrett's :Smiff CONSTANTLY ON nAND. , iVo. 42 Mam Street1, CIXCItfNATX, OHIO. in ar2l 3ui IX KANKRI7PTCY. rpms M TO OI VK NOTICE THAT, ON TUB -- SOth day of Alarch, A. D. 1S3, a warrant In bankruptcy mit iasued again.t the e.'tate of M. V. Vt'ilfon, of the county of Cannon, and State of Tennessee, who has been adjudged a bank rupt on lih own petition that the paymentof any detit.. and delivery of any property belenj inK to such bankrupt to him, or for his uic. and the transfer of any property by hira are forbid den by law ; that a meeting ol the creditors of said bankrupt, to prove their debt, nnd tt elioose one or more assignees of his estate, will be held at a Court of Bankruptcy, to be holden on theSith day of April, A. I). 1803, at 2 o'eleak p. m., at the othce of the Register in Bankrupt?. Woodbury, Tennewee, before W. N. Doughty Esq.. l'.egiter- E- R. OLASCOCK, I.. S. Marshal, iMeseoger. By J. R. WARNER, aprt 2t Dep. U. S. Marshal, Meineoicer. THIS ISTOOIVE NOTICE. THAT ON TUB 3ith day of March A. D. USS3, a war rant in bankruptcy was butied axaimt the ajtata of H. J Odom, of Cannon county, and Stale of TeniiB-wee, whohm been adjudged a Iwtnk rupton his own petition: that the payment f any debts and delivery of any property blg intf to such bankrupt, to him or for hk ul and the transfer of any property by htm are for bidden by Uw: that a meeting of tbeeredttors of the paid bankrupt, to prove their debt, anil to choose one or more assignees of bin Mtate, will be held nt a Court of Bankruptcy, to be belden on the ZHh day of April, A- D. IStW. at II o'clock a. it., at the office of the Register M Bankruptry, Woodbury. iTennessee. before Vv. N. Doughty. Ki-, Register. E- R. OLASCOCK. V. S. Marshal, Messenger. By J aprf U' By J. R. WARNEK, Dep. IT. S. Marshal, Af(Her(fer THIS IS TO OIVE NOTICE. THAT ON THE 30th day of March, A- D- MM, a war rant in bankruptcy was iwtied againtt the Mtate of R. L. Owen, of the county of Cannon, and 8tatoorTenneee, triloba been adjuged a bunk- ' rupt on his own jietltlon; that the py meat of any debts an delivery of any prapettr belonging to mich bankiupt to him. orfw hie nre, and the transfer ofany property by him, are forbidden by law ; that a meeting of the creditoi of the raid bankrupt, to prove thIr debts and to rboo'n cneor more ajbrnee of Mi 5tte,will be held st a Court of Bankruptcy. In be holden on the 20th day or April, A. 1). 1884 at 2 o'clock r m , at the office of the Reg ister in Bankruptcy, Woodbury. Tennee, before W. N Doughty. Esq.. H'gler. K. R. OLASCOCK. U S. Marshal, Messenger. By J. R. WARNER. , , w aprt 2t Dep- U- S- Mjirshal, Messenger. rpHIR IS TOOIVR NOTICE, THAT ON THE 3)1 h dayoi aiaren, a. i. iva, a warrant In bankruptcy wo iatued against the rotate of John W. Sumraat ot the county ef Can non and State of Tenneciee. who ha be mlliiflirml n l.nnVnint on hU own petition : that the payment of any debts and delivery of any property belonging to such bankrupt to him, or for hi use. and the transfer of any property by him, are forbidden by law: that a""hietlug et the creditor.) of the said bankrupt, to pr their debts and tocuooie one or more awignew of his estate, will be held at a Court ef BtnV ruptey, to be holden on the SOth day f April. A. V.m. at 11 o'clock a u.. at the office f tho Register in Bankruptcy, Woodbury. Te neee, before W. N- Doughty. Esq.. RegCM. E. R. OLASCOCK; II. S. Marshal, Messenger. ByJ 11. WARNER, aprt 2t Dep. I'- S. Marshal, Measenger. O KOI IflENSTBIN- 0. O. D0RTOU. ISENSTEIN & D0RT0H, SOUTHERN MAITOFA CTTJBEBS or CIGARS AND Smoking and Cliexoing Tobacco', Of all grader, minnfaatured from the finest Havana. Oenneetioat. Virginia and Tennes see Tobaoeo. All article! guaranteed t be a repretenteJ, or no tale. Our priew are such as to ecmpete with any market la Of United Statu. Orders from dealew respewisy solicited. Addrew as above. feb2tf EXECUTRIX' NOTICE. LETTERS TESTAMENTARY HAVING been granted to the uadersirned. by the Honorable County Court of Davldlen csnnty. under the will ot John O. 0fr deceased, this is te notify all persons indebted to said estate to mako Immediate payment, aad thwo hariajelalnia against tho same to pruat them dnly proven, within the time prescribed by law, or ther wiil b4 ferrer barred. 0r T MART CAIIIEKiaE OREENER. marSln E-ecutax. mi noMimn p. nn est transpired. call at the uiurijis