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REDUCTION OF RATES gratiCed at being able to etato that Tery large Increase in the number of our .. j rr : TIT 1...-!Vm rtVlt fit tfi uuif aaa xn-n oe wumviiuvim reduce the prise ef subscription to these editions Wo do se tne mere enecrtuiiy Deoauie uju ub--titie of the peeplc. la the Impoverished condi- nnei iwnnura mum, roqui -eesiiess as can be reasonably teads in their in- tarests. ram and auer tne IK January, mere- ( ere, eur TBRMB OF SUIMWlliraON WILL BK IN AtfVANdn llll,Ifr.- rjo-wimiii.t; WBIHfl.T. - And 1W ."berter parhkltt the came'ratee f3- e earnestly appeal ta ur friends ta at jtaxte dlnsfiwciwnls0! and lu thereby In oc-tiiiur our moans or usstuiatM. a copy or papr will besett gTitultausly to any one i tea lubisriben to either ofthdltlotn it ittuum ami g-ispatih. FltlllAY. APKII. 10. 18C8. largest Circulation In Citj and Slate BRIX'S ri.AU. BY EST. Jl. J. EYAS 'StOtJCA.) JtenpetluUv imeriM to hi$friendi in KathvilU. ac Let it float o'er th e land, let It flash o'er the seas; Lift It out of the dust let it wave as of yore, Whon its chiefs, with their clans, stood around Itandrwore . . . . . . ,, That never 1'no I n ever,' thatTJanr.er would yield So long as the heart of a Celt was its shield;. While the hand of a Celt had a weapon to wield. And his last drop of blood was unshed on the Geld. Lift it up wave it high I 'tis as bright as of old ! Not a sum on Us Ureen, not a blot on its Gold, Though the woes and the wrongs of three hun dred long; years Have drenched linn s Sanburztwitu blood and with tears; Though the clouds of oppression enshroud it in Bloom, And around It the thunders of tyranny boom. Look aloft i look aloft J lo 1 the clouds dnftinc.br. There' a gleam through the gloom there's a ligntui inesiry; tflis the Snnburstarwplemlent far, iflashingion mgu i Erin's dark night isswaning, her day dawn is nigh? , , Lift it up! lift it up! the old Banner of Oreenl The, blood of its sens has -but brightened. its sheen: ' r ' ' ' What I though for ages it droops in the dust. Shall it droop thus iorever? No, no I Qod is just! Take it up ! take it up I from the tyrant's foul tread, Lot him not tear the Flag wo will snatch it's last shred, And beneath it we'll bleed as our forefathers bled. And we'll row by the dust in the graves of our dead- ' And we'll swear by the blood which the tyrant has shed I And we'll vow by the wrecks which through Erin he spread; And we'll swear by the thousands who, fam ished, unfed. Died down in the ditches wild bowling for bread ; And we'll vow by our heroes, whose spirits have lied. And -we'll swear by the', bones In each coffinless bed. ' ' f That we'll battle the tyrant through danger and dresd: That we'll cling to the cause which we glory to wed, 'Till the gleam of onr tteel and the shock of our lead Shall provo to our foes that wo meant what we said That we'd lift up tho Qreen, and we'd tear down 'the Red. s, r .'' Lift cp tho Green Flag 1 oh! ft wants to go home, Full Ionic has its lot been to wander and roam ; It has followed the fata of it's sons o'er the world, Hut its folds, like their hopes, are not faded nor furled; , LikeTaweary-wingod bud, to the East and the Weft, It his flitted and fled, but it never shall rest,. Till pluming its pinions, it sweeps o'er the main, And speeds to the shores -of its old home again. Where its fetterless folds o'er each mountain and plain, Shall wave with a glory that never shall wane. Take it up I toke it up I bear it back from afar That Banner must blazo 'mid the lightnings of war; Lay your hands on its felds, lift your gaze to the sty. And swear that you'll bear it triumphant or die, And shout to the clans, scattered far o'er the earth. To loin in the march to tho land of their birth; And wherever the exiles, 'neath heaven's broad dome. nave been fated to suffer, to sorrow and roam. They'll bound on the sea, and away o'er the foam, Thoy'll march to the music of "Home, Sweet Home." rrnmnr.i: nur at nat;iii:z OUEAT I.OHS OF lMlOrEKTYo From the Nateher. Courier, Maroh ftt. One of tho moat disastrous fires that has occurred in Natchez in many years broke out about half past one o'clock on Friday night last, in the extensive drygoous estab lishment of Messrs. A. & W. C. Wheelock, on Commerce street, near Cotton square. In a very few minutes the entire building was in Haines, Air. Y. U. heelock, who slept in the second story, being barely able to escape through the lire anil smoke. The fire immediately spread lo the Courier office building on the north, and the New- comb buildings on tliesouth ; and in the rear to the large grocery store of the Messrs. Wheelock. and to the brick building on the alley: thence, sweeping across the alley, it swept the entire square to Union street, ex cepting only the buildings tronting on Main street including the Masonic Hall which was saved with creat ailhculty and the residence of Mrs, Whitcomb, on Union street. The Marsh House, on Commerce street, stopped the ilamcs in that direction, although considerably injured by water and falling walls. The followini: is a list of property de stroyed on Commerce street: A. s W. U. Wheelock; loss ,uuu ; in sured for 530,000. Courier office total loss estimated at $9000 in material and stock ; no insurance. W. Dir&Uo., loss 600. H. G. Newcomb stock $3000; covered by insurance. Uraig & liceune loss small, ftnu in ured. Abbott, Stone & Co. loss $2500; in sured. Colonel Preston's office loss small. Marsh House loss $500 ; insured. The Newcomb Building loss $8000 ; in sured for $7000. John Rutherford, owning the Courier and Wheelock buildings, loss $12,000 : un insured. ON TRANKI.IN STREET. Wheeloek'a grocery store; loa $2000; insured. Corner hulldine. owned bv John JBotto ; total loss $4000; insured for $1500 occu pied by A. Dureti : loss SIOOO : uninsured. a. Uchartz : loss S 11)00: insured. Umld- ln owned by R. E. McClnre ; loss $4000; uninsured. D. Artghi's residence entirely destroyed, with several smaller buildings owned by him in Ihe same block: loss $lz,U0U; in sured for$G000. Corner building, owned by Mrs. .Lacrose, and occupied by E. J. Castillo. Low on buildinc$2000 and uninsured. Castillo lost little, and was fully insured. u . The African Methodist Church, on Union street, tocether with the Ianrc frame chtnel, in the al cv. were entirely destroyed, iosh .- . i SflOOO: uninsured. The church presented a magnificent spectacle while burning, the flames shootingupward through its massive towers, and curling out from every opening in great leaps of living light. The large Jenny Lind bell fell to the ground, but was saved slichtlv injured. On the allcy.Mr. Guice's building, corner of Alain, was silently injured, iur. Hoehnc, who occupied the lower part, lo3t somewhat in furniture. No insurance. Mr. Marabe'a brick building and stable ; total loss. 52000. Mr. Nowcomb'a brick building entirely destroyed ; loss estimated before. A monc the other snflurers were Mr. Ja robs, who was, however, insured; Mr. Clary, loss $250 ; John Minor, col., loss $600; some eight or ten families, aggregate loss S1600: and all without insurance. The total number of buildinra burned is over twenty: property destroyed abont $125,000, of which $67,000 w-ll be covered by insurance. The firemen worked nobly, and great credit is due to tho colored people who lent cheerfully their labor to save property and arrest tho llames. The commaud at the fort was turned out and wore of great assistance in guarding nmrwrtT and lirevcntlnt: pillage. It is l.;th irihntA to their discipline, to know i) t t mil mil at 2 V. M-. every man of both companies, with two exceptions, was found to be in quarters and answering to his name, CARP. The Courier office has ben destroy ed by a disastrous fire originating In an adjoining building. ;To those dependent for daily support upon the paper, and lo none more than lu editor. It in Deenllarlr disastrous I tho entire property, presses, type and all, having gonr, and uncovered banyinsu-' ranee. To Messrs. Ikitlo & Lambert, of the' Donqcral, and to Mr. W.'J. Lyle, of the Concordia Jnttlligencer, the undersigned lenders 3 public as well aa grateful acknowl edgement for kind offers of assistance. They hove placed at hi? disposal type, presses and personal aid, and have shown how valuable is the friend in the hour of disaster. May they never need euch aid aa they havo offered ; but should they, may ihey have a thousand such friends as they liave proved themselves to be. To the community generally, ihe under signed tenders his warm gratitude for the sympathy universally expressed and as sistance rendered in the great misfoitune which has befallen him and his. It teems almost worth meeting with such a sudden blow to ascertain bow many kind friends express sorrow and regret. The 'Courier will still be published, in a very modest and unassuming form, it is true, for the present. Giles M. Hillyee. Natchez, Miss., March 30, 1S68. IIANL0N, THE ACROBAT. Death of the Noted Acrobat Insanity, Attempted Sfurdcr, and Suicide. llarrisburg, Pa., (April 41. Dispatch to the Cin cinnati Times Thomas Hanlon, the gymnast, who fell recently in Louisville, arrived here yester day, insane, accompanied by two boys, whom he tried to kill and then drown him self. He was finally arrested and lodged in jail, but was so boisterous that he was kept pacified at intervals with the greatest difficulty. Mr. Simmons, the jailer, brought him hit dinner on a pawter plate, which be seized, broke in two pieces, and attempted to cut his throat with the two edges. Fear ing he would hang himself on some iron hooks in the ceiling, the jailer removed him to another cell, where he beat a fellow prisoner. He was again moved to another cell lined with boards, and containing no furniture. On the floor were iron heating-pipes, with a large bras3 nut projecting at a jointure. When left alone in this cell he attempted to commit suicide by a method of which nono but a gymnast would think. He sprang into the air. about five feet, and turning, came down with his head upon the braas projection. He repeated this ter rible feat several times, and, when assist ance arrived, the floor was covered with blood. Six strong men were unable to hold him. He threw them off with the greatest ease, drove them out of the cell, ana cut one over the eye, and broke another's nose. When his cell was cleaned, he repeated his hor rible performance. His scalp was cut in a number of places, and hung over his fqre head and face. Hanlon'a strength now began to wane from great loss of blood. The physicians who arrived administered chloroform; he still showing violence, he was bound down to a bench in an insensible condition, hand cuffed, and his wounds were dressed. The boys are kindly cared for. This morning Hanlou's condition id con sidered critical. He foams at the mouth, and is hopelessly insane. Drs. McArland and Kirkbridge have been summoned, and by special treatment may aid him to recover his senses, but he is so weak from loss of blood that he may die at any moment. His brothers in Indiana and Philadelphia have been telegraphed for. The telegraph informs us that Hanlon died on the 5th Ed tiik r hosts and Tin: riiurr. From the Cincinnati Ouzotte, April S. The clear moonlight of Saturday and Sunday nights, that was so much admired hy those whose business or pleasure called them into the streets, was attended by such an amount of radiation of heat as to re- luce the temperature lo a very unusually low point for this season of the year. Some thermometers indicated twenty degrees, water was frozen, the ground was congealed for a lliickne&4 of more than an inch, and all tender vegetation suffered exceedingly. rortunately for us, the backwardness of the season has kept most of our fruit blos soms Balely wrapped up in their winter quarters The sap had just begun to flow toward the topmost buds, nnd only a lew of the most precocious blossoms had as yet expanded to the deluded zephyrs. Uf course, the delicate petals were blast ed, and with them the more tender organs of infloresence that were exposed to such a low temperature, and then suddenly thawed out by the glorious sunshine of Sunday and Monday mornings. It is a subject of great reioicine among our fruit men, and of congratulation with all lovers ot the delicious gills of l'omona, that only a few varieties have suffered from the frost. These are the earliest blossom ing kinds of plums, cherries and peaches. The main crop of all these fruits is still apparently safe, and the blossoms will, in due time, expand and fructify for an abundant harvest. The apricots have all perished, and some of the most forward pear buds, especially those in exposed places, are seriously injured. l he apples, most of tho ciernes. a good share of the peaches and pears, the quinces, and all ot the small fruits, give promise ot a bountiful product, and the buds of the grape vine are not sufficiently advai ed to sutler harm, so that we may yet anticipate a bounteous liar vest of these good things, which are more than luxuries, being real necessities in our civilization. A Pia in Zanesville, Ohio, took a flying leap, the other evening, at which human gymnasts would be apt to balk. He had walked up a stairway in pursuit of proven der, and, being cornered by a number of people in the house, plunged through a thirdstorydorraer-window,slippeddown the sloping roof to the eaves, and then jumped or fell to the ground, some twenty-five feet. With a grunt of lively dissatisfaction at the too sudden stop in his descent, he picked himself up and scampered off, Tvithout wailing for the applause of the spectators. John Jokes and his son were setting a partridge trap in the woods, in Cumberland county, Va., a few days ago, his son hav ing a chicken in his arms, when Robert Moadow, who was hunting turkeys, saw the chicken's head, and not seeing Jones and his son, shot the chicken and killed it in the boy's arms. Jones and his son were wounded but very slightly. "Tnr Chicago Bible," a new edition of the Scriptures, is announced as forthcom ing. The advertisement says that a new feature of the edition will be a family re cord suited to the wants of the day. In addition to the pages ordinarily deVoted to births, marriages and deaths, several leaves will be added for divorces. A rARTr of young men were arrested by the police of. Memphis, Monday night, on suspicion of neing connected with the Ka-Klux-Klan. One of them had on his per son what purported to be a constitution of the order. They, however, claimed lo be innocent members of a base ball club, and were allowed lo go free. CTftcinnni Qnmtle. ASiqk from Missouri. The California Mittduriati states that in one township in Moniteau county, Missouri, fifty-three Radicals have announced their determina tion to abandon their party and act here after with the Democrats. The despotism, corruption and high taxes of the Radical party is the moving cause. A TERRIBLE CASUALTY. Tlio Diamond Cof.l Mine Accident Seventeen MenFnll 185 reel Twelve Instantly Killed. The Scranton Jtepullkan publishes the particulars of the shockine accident which occurred or Tuesday morning (March 31st), at the Delaware, Lackawanna and i extern "Railroad Company's Diamond Mine?, Hyde Park. The accident occurred at: 7:0o o clock in the morning, as the hrst "carriage" load of miners was on the point' of descending into the lr' shaft leading to the "E' and "F" veins. On the car riage, which weighs from 3500 to 4000 pounds, fifteen men and two boys had placed themselves. The signal was given to the engineer to put his machinery in, .motion to raise the carriage, which is gen erally raised about a foot, when it settles back upon what are called "fans" which are thrown across the opening to support the carriage. At this time the driving boss, Mr. Patrick ("Patsey") Barrett, said to a son of Mr. Reea T. Evans, the boss miner, "Getofl I want to go down this time." As he thus spoke, the boy jumped off, and Mr. Barrett removed the lever which throws hack the "fans," nnd jumxl on. As he did so the carriage started with the rapidity of lightning, falling to the bottom of the shaft a distance of 185 feet. The sudden start was caused by the breaking of a link eight inches long, of the best of Ulster iron, put in less than three weeks since. There were seven smaller links above this before the wireropecommenced. The broken link, was picked up at the' bottom of the shaft, and was found to be straightened completely, with the exception of a slight turn at eaoh end. This straight ening out showed the tenacity of the iron, as only a slight crack was made in it on the inside of the broken end. The other end shows the reason tho link broke to have been the imperfect welding of the iron. The link was made of three-quarter inch iron, and that less than halfway round the rod was perfectly welded. That portion is purely white, aud all the rest is blackened, showing that for some reason the weld did not take. When together tho surface evi dently seemed perfectly joined at the lap. The wonder is that it held together so long while drawing up tonsof weight every day. Jt Is said by experts that sometimes welds do not take on account of unusually sulphurous coal being used in welding, and possibly it was the case with the weld in question. Bituminous coal is considered better for such operations. One of the employes who stood by at the time of the accideut, says that just after the carriage was raised, and as it was on the point of descending, he happened to lookup and saw that the lower link was standing crosswise, instead of up and down, and it is thought that when the carriage fell back upon the fana and the chain slackened, this link caught, and was thrown and held in that position. Conse quently, when the fans were thrown off the link was probably suddenly jerked into an upright position, and the sudden jerk and strain caused the link to part at the weld. Almost the whole population of Hyde Park, seemingly, and hundreds from the Scranton side of the river, congregated about the mouth of the shaft soon after the accident. Dr. Gibha was promptly on the ground, and as each body was brought up to daylight he made an examination and dressed the wounds as well as it could then be done. Twelve were killed instantly, and of the five living three can hardly survive their injuries THE TERR0RS0F VESUVIUS. A Woman') Experience on tlio Iturn- Ins Slounliilii. An adventurous lady who has ascended Vesuvius, and braved the dangers of an approach to the burning crater, writes the following sketch of her experience to the Philadelphia Bulletin: " A half an hour of fatiguing Journey over a desert more dreary and terrible than imagination can possibly picture, with Pompeii, Herculancum, Torre del Greece, and dozens of buried and ruined cities and villages painfully oppressing onr sense, of the supremacy of man's ingenuity over natural instinct, and inspiring a dread of the awful fiery monster we were so reck lessly approaching, and not in the least modified by the fact that seventy-five thou sand souls were actually clinging to their old homes on the mountain Bide, down which rivers of fire rolled and surged, up heaved and turned in great blocks of crim son paste, as if the caldron of hell were , ,,r . i i". i l DOiung over anu seeiung victims ueyonu its limits. "Now we dismounted, our skirts were tied close around us to prevent their be ing torn off by the sharp edges of hard lava- and with a guide to drag us hy the hand, every one of the party being fur nished with a stout stick, we started to ward the lakes and streams of liquid tire. At every step the heat became more in tense. We were pressing over lava that had rolled down only twelve hours before. We dare not pause an instant, or our feet were burned ; if wo stepped one inch aside from the spot pointed out by the guide's staff, we must plunge our feet into fiery paste. "Sometimes the crust under oiir feet crackled ; we sprang from it, and sulphur ous flames issued from the crevices. At last I found mv strencth exhausted. My guide, perceiving il, cried out: Courage, Madame; awnces plas loin' "JNot a step, " I answered, and all scenes appeared to recede, when a glass of bright wine flashed between my eyes and the light, and " Drink it is the wine of Vesuvius I" " We were so near the flowing lava that our faces were all crimson with the heat ; but we dared to remain while coins were thrown into it and then fished them out with the metal sticking to them ; eggs were roasted, and on the very places where we stood, holes were made, only one inch deep, through which papers were lighted tor the gentlemen's cicrars. "Soon we returned to our ponies, began the descent, and will never forget that aw fullv grand scene I A black mountain, sighing, groaning, breathing but fire and smoke. Ruined cities, new villages, illu minated bv its flames. The snowy moun tains, rearine their white peaks to the clonus that caueht the eolden clow of Vesuvius, and broke into silvery light as the lull moon rose triumphant, when the volcano sunk into gloomy, smoky dark ness. " Naples, beautiful white crescent city, lying at our feet; the bay gleaning with the thousand lights that lay like a radient cornet on the dancing waves; the deep bine belt of the Mediterranean stretching out, an illimitable line beyond, and I, awe struck, weary and 6ubdued, pondering on the Majesty 'that "rides on the clouds and - . r ... ... -rv. hi holds the seas in the;hollow ot ms nanosi In a Western villatre a charminR well preserved widow had been courted and won bv a phvsician. She had children among them a crippled boy, who had been petted, and, if not spoiled, certainly al lowed verv creat "freedom in debate." The wedding day was approaching, and it was time the children should know they were to have . a new father. Calling the crinnled hov. she said: "Georce I am going to do something before long that I wonld like to talk about with you. "Well. ma. what is it?" "I am intending to marrv Dr. Jones in a fpw da vp. and " " Dully for you ms ! Does Dr. Jones knov it 7" .Ma caught her breath, but failed to ar ticulate a response. ON HAND, 400 SACKS COTTON YARN. 100 barrels best Family Flour. Some Whisky theap on consipmient. apr5 Iw ' TH0S. PARSES Jc CO. NASHVILLE Blood Horse Association. r SPRING MEETING, 1868. WJlUL COMMENCE ON WCDKUSDAT, V Bill of Slny, and continue four days. The following stakes are proposed and .purses offered, as follows: riRST SAX. FIRST ItACE-Green Stake for threo year olds, mile heats, (exempting all three year olds that were winners in their two yoar old purse.) $25 entrance, play or pay. The Association to add $200 if tho race is run. SECOND R ACE-Association Parse, $250. mile heats fol all ages. SI-.COXD DAT. FIRST RACE-Cumberland Stake No. 1. for threo year olds, mile heats, 825 entrance, play or pay. The Association to add $250 if the raco is run. SECOND RACE Association Purse $200; two mile dash. Tiimn at. FIRST RACE Association Parso. $200; mile nnd a qttArter dash. SECOND RACE-Association Purse. $300 two mile heats. FOURTH DAT. FIRST RACE-Cumberland Stake No. 2, for three year olds, dash of two miles, $50 entrance.1 $25 forfeit. The Association to add $2S0 if tho race is run. ; SECOND RACE Association tPurse, $300 ; mile heats, three in five. Three or more to fill the above stakes, to name and close the first day of April, 1S63. ! Entries made to . GEO. S. KINNEY, Seo'y. -jan25 lm QEOIISENSTKIN. fl. C. D0RTCII. ISENSTEIN & D0RT0H, CIiARKSVIIIVE, TE1VJV. SOUTHERN" MANUFACTURERS or CIGARS AND Smoking and Chewing Tobacco, Of all grades, manufactured from the finest Havana. Connecticut. Virginia and Tenni ses Tobacco. All articles guaranteed to be as represented, or no sale. Our prices are such as to compete with any market in the United States. Orders from dealers respectfully solicited. Address as above. febZtf In Bankruptcy. rpniS IS TO GIVE NOTICE. THAT ON THE 1st day of April. A. D. 1858, a warrant in bankruptcy was issued against the estate of Isaac Oppenheimer, of Nashville, in the county of Davidson, and State of Tennessee, nhn h been adjudged a bankrupt on his own peti tion; that the payment of any debts and deliv ery ot any property belonging to such bankrupt, to him or for his use. nnd the trnnfer nf nnv property by him, are forbidden by law ; that a meeting of the creditors of the said bankrupt, to prove their debts and to choose one or more assignees of his estato. will bo held at a Court of Bankruptcy, to be holdenon tho 2d day ot May, A. D. 18T8, at 3 o'clock p. v., ot the office of the Register in Bankruptcy, No. uaurcn pireei, in masnvuie, Tennessee, oelore Alexander S. Bradley, Esq., Register. if l it , cinntr npr9 21 U. S. Marshal Messenger. THIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE. THAT ON THE 2d day of April, A. D. 1863. a warrant in bankruptcy was issued aerninst the estate ofC W.Brown, of Nashville, in the county oi Davidson and State of Tennessee, who has been adjudged a bankrupt on his own petition : that tne payment ot any debts and delivery of any property belonging to such bankrupt, to him or for his use, nnd tho transfer of any property bv him are forbidden brlaw: that a mectinirof tha creditors of said bankrupt , to prove their dobts, anu lo etionse one or more aisiimces ot nis estato, will bo held at a Court of Bankruptcy, to be lit, Id tii on Hie 4th day oT .May, A. V. 18o4, at3 o'clock p. u at the office of tho Register in Bankruptcy, No. 82 Church street, Nashville, Tennessee, before Alexander S- Bradley, Ksj., uegister. K. Jl.tiLASCOCK. npr9 2t U. S. Marshal, Messenger. THIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE. TnAT ON THE 1st day of April, A. D. 186S a warrant in bankruptcy was issued aeainst the estate ol of Wm. K. Johnson, ofSdlDiatrict.in the county ot uaviuson ana state ot Tennessee, who baa been adjudged a bankrupt on his own peti tion: that the payment of any debts and de livery of any property belonging to such bank rupt, to him or tor his use. and the transfer of anv property by nun are lorbtdden bv law: that a meeting of the creditors ot the said bankrupt, to provo their debts, and to choose one or moro assignees of his estate, will be held at a Court of Bankruptcy, to be bolden on the 2d day of Afar. A. D. 1SG3. at A'X o'clock r. it., at the office of the Register in Bankruptcy, No. 82 Church St., Nashville, Tenn., before Alexander S. Bradley, Esq., Register. J;. It. ULASL'UUK. npr9 2t U. S. Marshal, Messenger. rpiIIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE. THAT ON L the 2d day of April. A.lD.;iS68, a warrant in bankruptcy was issued against the estate ot S. S. Hall.'of District No. 19, in the county of Da vidson and Mate ol Tennessee, wno nas been adjudged a bankrupt on his own peti tion: that tho payment of any debts and delivery of any property belonging to such bankrupt, to him, or for his use, and the trans- ler oi any property dv mm are lormauen oy law: that a meeting of the creditors of the said bankrupt, to prove their debts, and to choose one or more assignees of his estate, will be held at a Court ot lianKruptcy, to be bolden on tne 4th day of May. A. I). 18G8. at 2lA o'clock u.. at tbe omce ot tho Keirister in Bank ruptcy. No. 82 Church street. Nashville, Ten nessee, before Alexander S. Bradley, Esq., Re gister. E.. a. UiiAisUUUK, opr9 2t U. S. Marshal, Messenger. THIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE. THAT ON TnE 1st day of April, A. D. 18C8, a warrant in bankruptcy was issued against the estate of James T. Deonart, of Nashville, county of Davidson and State of Tennessee, who has been adjudged a bankrupt on nis own petition: tbat tne pay ment of any debts and delivery of any property belonging to such bankrupt, to him or for his use, and the transfer of any property by him are forbidden by law tbat a meeting of tne cred itors of tho said bankrupt, to prove their debts, and to choose one or more assignees of his estate, will beheld at a Court of Bankruptcy, to be holden on the 2d day of May, A. D. ISttt, at 2 o'clock p. m., at the office of the Register in Bankruptcy, No. 82J Church street, Nashville, Tennessee, before Alexander S. Bradley, Esq., Kegister. E. n. UliASt'UUK, apr9 2t U. S. Marshal. Messenger. THIS IS TO GLVK NOTICE, THAT ON the 1st day of April. A. D. 18CS. a warrant in bankruptcy was issued against the citato of Albert G- Garrett, of District No- 21. county ot Davidson: and State of Tennessee, who ha been Adjudged a bankrupt on his own petition; tbat tno payment oi any dobts and nolivery ot any property belonging to such bankrupt lo him, or for his use. and the transfer ot any property by him, are forbidden by law: tbat a meeting of the creditors ot the said bankrupt, to prove, their debts and to choose one or more assignees of his estate, will be held at a Court of Bank ruptcy, to be holden on the 2d day of May, A. D. 1363, at 5 o'clock p. if., at the office of the Register in Bankruptcy, No. 82 Church street, Nashville. Tennessee, before Alexander S. Bradley, Esq., Register. K. R. GLASCOCK. nprO 2t U. S. Manhal. Messenger. rpHIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE. THAT ON A the 1st day of April, A. D. 1SC8. a warrant in bankruptcy was issued against the eitate of Solomon B. Seligman, of Nashville, in the county of Davidson and State of Tennessee, who has been adjudged a bankrupt on his own pe tition; that the payment of any debts and delivery of any property belonging to such bankrupt, to him, or for his use, and transfer ot any property by him are forbidden by law; that a meeting of the cred itors of said bankrupt, to prove their debts, and to chooso one or more assignees of his estate, will be held at a Court of Bankruptcy, tff bo holden on tho 2d day of May, A. D. 1888, at 3 o'clock p. M., at the office of the Register in Bankruptcy. No. 82J-4 Churee street, N ash ville, Tenn., before Alexanders. Bradley, Bq., K68iSter- E- R. GLASCOCK, apr9 2t U- S. Marshal, Messenger- THIS 15 TO GIVE NOTICE. THAT ON TnE A 1st day of April. A. D. 1568. a warrant in bankruptcy was issued against the estate of Emil Jackson, of Nashvillo, in the county of Davidson and State of Tennessee, who has been adjudged a bankrupt On his own petition; that the pay ment of any debts and delivery of any property belonging to such bankrupt, to him. or for his use, and transfer of nny property by him are forbidden by law: that a meeting of the cred itors of the said bankrupt, to prove their debts, and lo choose one or more assignees of his estate will be held at a Court of Bankruptcy, to be bolden on the 2nd day of May, A. D. IS&i. at 4 o'clock p. v., at the omco of the Register in Bankruptcy, No, 82,4 Cbnrrh street, Nashville. Tenn,, before Alexanders. Bradley, Esq-, Register. E.R- GLASCOCK. apr92t C S- Marshal, Messenger. YEtlOW PLVE FLOORING. l AM PREPARED TO FDP.NISH ANY L quantity of the best Yellow rtur Floor in IE, dressed or In tbe rough, at reduced prices. Builders and contractors will make It to their interest to call and see me before they purchase. Orders filled promptly. J. Al- HAWKINS, Agent. apr52ia B.J TJEMNESSEE RICULTURAL WORKS. Tennessee Penitentiary. WAED & BKIGG-S. SINCE THE DESTRUCTION OF OUR Work Shops in June last, we have rebuilt our establishment, put New Machinery of the latest style and improved quality, enabling us to offer to the trade. AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES, tho following articles of our own man ufacture, of the most superior quality and finish : Agricultural Implements CAST AXD TVitOUGITT PLOWS, DOnitE SHOVELS, ntJI.I. TONGUES, PLOW POINTS, CLEVICES, COTTON SCRAIKS, COTTOV CHOPPEKS, tuMrriVATons; STItAW CUTTERS, CORN 81IEl.IJr.ltS, Rnllroml mid Oftrtlen' Wheelbnrrown, Etc., Etc. Also. CEDAR WARE, In endless variety, consisting in part of BRASS AND IRON BOUND BUCKETS, CHURNS, latest styles, WASH Tons. FOOT Tuns, KEEIiERS. WATER CARS, PAILS, SUGAR CANS, BISCUIT TABLES. NOGGINS. PECK, HALF PECK AND BUSHEL MEASURES. Alo. the celebrated MOTH PROOF CEDAR CHEST. CASTINGS. HOLLOW WARE of the most superior qual ity and finish. WAGON BOXES. CLEVICEd, eto-, etc. Hemp Bagging. We are the sole manufacturers of Z. WARD'S celebrated Hemp Bagging, and are prepared to fill orders in any quantity. Stone Work. We have on hand Rough, Dressed and Broken Stone, which we offer at unusually low rates. Our work guaranteed in all cases. We are still enlarging our Work Shops and adding Machinery. We have now a large Foundery, well stocked with Patterns, and the best Machine Shops West ot the Mountains, and offer and propose to do ALL KINDS OF MA CHINE WORK, such an MILL. WORK. ENGINES. ANI OTHER KINDS OF M ACniNERT. We are also prepared to do all kinds of Castings, and other work, AT LOWER RATES THAN CAN BE DONE ELSEWHERE. P. S. We have added additional force to our Cedar Ware Factory, and have a large stock on hand. We have heretofore been unable to 11 orders rromptly. WAIttt & BRIGGS. feb2tf f3., G . P.AT.1 Eleventh Quarterly Statement OF TltE THIRD NATIONAL BANK OF NA9HVIL.L,E, OS THE First Monthly of April, 1808. RESOURCES. Bill and notes dlscountedS2tl.77o 1G Loans on collaterals 133.932 70-S315.757 85 ILS. Bonds deposited with . Treasurer of U. S 95,000 00 11. S. Bonds on hand 351,800 00 416,!00 00 Compound interest notes, 29,120 00 Premium Account 7,771 01 Dua from Banks (sight exchange) 159.151 92 0SH Legal tender notes 161.180 00 National Bank notes.... 59.800 00 Fractional currency 1.330 Si- 222.360 33 81.210,901 11 LIABILITIES. Capital stock . 100.00000 Surplus fund -.., 20.000 00 Exchange Account 1.023 07 21,023 07 Individual deposits and certificates ot depo3it.. l.06S,8 17 79 Due U. S. Treasurer- 48.202 421,117.050 21 Due Banks and Bankers. 2,837 83 $1,210,901 11 I'JIOAK JONES, Cashier. Statu op Tksxkssrk", I Davidson County, Sworn to and subscribed before me, April 6,1 MB. npr7 lw A. C. NOltVELL, N. P. NEW STORE. Hats and Furnishing Goods J IT S T O P E N i: I) At 29 Not-Ill Cherry Street. HA VI NO JUST RETURNED FROM THE East, where we have selected witU great care an entire new and elegant stock of HntH mid OontH' FnrntHlititt; Goods, We feel fully prepared to offer as full and com plete a line of these Goods as was ever brought to this city. Our lint Ieinrtment comprises all the novelties that have been introduced this season, as well as a full line of STAPLES. In Furnishing Goods, nothing will be found wanting that the most fastidious could desire. We keep the Jno. M.DavieV" French Yobo Shirt," which Is so well known here that it needs no comment, and will be supplied to our customers either from the stock or by spe cial order, on the shortest notice, made in any style and quality. Wo also have a full assort ment of UmbrcllnH and Walliinp Canes, of the most beautiful designs, to all ot which we invite tho attention of onr friends and the pub lic generally, feeling confident that we can give satisfaction in variety, quality and prices. aprl tf GRAY A NOBLE. INSURANCE. THE TENNESSEE Marine and Fire INSURANCE COMPANY, Under the new charter. Is newepen for hosine AT NO. 34 NORTH COLLEilK i Trii K NeTt door to cornet of Union strs. JOHKI'fi W. ALLEN. Prraliteu A. W. ttlTTLER.Secretnry. DIRBOTORS. John M. Hill, Watssn M. Cooke, O. A. H. Thempien, D. Weaver, Daniel F. Carter, H- L. Jenes, R, B. Cheatham. John W. Terrass. G. W. Hendershntt, A. O. Adams. Jos epn W. Allen I deel ly FERTILIZERS BONE DUST LAND PLASTER FOR SALE BY war. RTOoKEix & soar, NO. ft BROAD STREET. ir Call and get a Circular marl! 2w J Banner and Demokrat-1 Middle District of Tennessee. rmiR irNnF.JtsrnvED HEREBY GIVES X notice of his appointment as Assignee of J. E. Stacey. J. II. Farrar. and R. L. Dismukes, of Nashville, in the county within ,irl rf!trirt who have been (Jiudared bankrupts upon thier own pctitiQn.br thoDIitrict conn or taia aismet- - A. 3. CHADBURNE, Assignee, marl91w3t Office 82s Church street. KASHYIIXE Commercial Insurance Go. OFFICE, 30 NORTH COLLF.UF. ST. EIRE AND MARINE RISKS TAKEN AT fair rates, and losses promptly paid. R. C MoNAIRY. President. E. D. HICKS. Secretary. marl2 6ni-sp- BANKING HOUSE OF RATIONAL SlYINGS' CO. TII0S. S. MAKR Pros L. G. TARB0X, Oasn'r. i DEPOSITS ItEC33rVJBD, LOAN'S NEGOTIATED, Interest Allowed on PiohII4 COLLECTIONS MADE, Anil a General nankins' Business Transacted. Exchaugo on London, Dublin nnd nil piirts 'orOenimny for nnle. TIid lltghPNt Prlco iwtri for dold. Silver, Limit Warrant. Government Securities, Compound Interest Notes, etc, etc State and County IlondM aud Kail, road Stocks Bought and Sold. The Very Ulcheat Price paid tor Son ill cm Bank A'otes. Davidson County Jury Ticket Bought. xchangre on New Torh. Cincinnati, Louisville and Memphis for sale. novS-ly THE SECOND NATIONAL BANK, OF t - VILLK. College Street, near Union, . Designated Depositary and Financial Agent of the United States, it is prepared to transact a regular Banking bosiess, and tarnish Exehange on NEW TORK, NEW ORLEANS. LOUIoVILLK, AN CINCINNATI. Government Securities, Qold and Silrer.bonght and soldon Commission. JOHN LUM8DEN. President. W. J. TU0MA3. Cashier- oet2i-ly. KLINE & SHERMAN PAINTS, OILS, Varnishes, lYlmlovrj Glass, Patty, Landretli's Garden Soeda, AND JDREEIt'S FLOWER NEE1JS. WUM Leail anil. Window Glass, We bay largely from manufacturers only. Prices reasonable. KLINE A SlIKItn.lA, MASONIC RUILDINO. No. Wi Church street, Nashville. feb!63m Pure Robertson County K I S K Y ! Wm. Moore. J.xo. Woooiru. Thos. L. Greek MOORE, WOODARD & CO WHOLESALE DEALERS IX AND Kectiflers of Whisky. ALSO, BONDED WAREHOUSE KEEPERS, SPRING-FIELD, IIODKRTMON COUNTY. rrF.NNF.SSEE WK HAVE NOW IN STORE, Four Hundred Barrels "Warranted Genulno COPPEIt DISTILLED, Fifty Barrels Pure Apple Itraudy, Tito Hundred Barrels Doable Keilned Iteetltll WJiNky, Which we offer at the lowest wholesale prices FOR CASH. Orders from a distance promptly filled, and satisfaction guaranteed. Prices regulated according to grade. Address, AIOOJIF. WOODAItO V CO,, jau25 3m Springfield. Tenn. TO THE LADIES. A CELEIJRATED STECK PIANO WILL BE RAFFLED AT THE LADIES' FAIR, TO RE HELD AT MASONIC II ALL, DURING EA.STEK WEEK, COMMENCING APRIL 13. FOR THE BKN efit of St. Mary's Orphan Asylum. Tickets Fiva Dollars each, to be had of any of the Ca thedral Sunday Sehool Teachers; Mrs. Win bourn. City Hotel; Airs. Barry. 4t Public Square : and R. Dorman, et bis Musio Store. Masonic Hail building, where tbe Piano will be on exhibition till the Fair opens. Person at a distance may procure a ticket by addressing either of the above and inclosing the money. The raffling will take laca;under the supervis ion of Air. R. Donaan.Capt. J M. Thatcher and E. E. Jones, the public being previously noti fied through the press of the day and hour. The following certificate speafas for lueir Having had the pleasure of repeatedly play ing tho ?Geo- Stock A Co." Piano, we do unhes itatingly pronounce it among the most perfect instruments of its kind. Especially ' it remark able for its evenness of tone, which, although wonderfully powertul, is exceedingly rich and smooth The promptness with which iu damp ers operate, I have never seen equalled. Henry Weber, Wm. Hers. Bmil Krutcb.J. W. Von Strontz. J. M- Thatcher. Dr- J. C. Minor. .Mist. L. A. Pitihugb, A. E. Reeje. and Mrs. II- Priestly, Teachers at Rtr. W. E. Vi ard's Seminary. ar8 UNION BANE NOTES. TN ACCORDANCE WITH AN ACT Oi? THE J. Legislature of Tennessee, passed December 12tn, 18SG, entitled an act To expedite the dis tribution of tha effects of Banks, which bare cr may make assignments atsoos their creditors," notice is herob given to the holders of the motes ofTuzUsios Bast or Trsrrrssir to file them with tho undrnigsed, at the Bank in Nashville, between now and the 1st day of January, eigh teen hundred and sixty-cine, 169.) and receive certificates therefor, or they trill be forever barred from any participation in tbe assets of the Bank. The certificate!! will be received at raa in Dayment for debts due tho Bank, wheth er tendered hefare or after tha 1st of Janu ary. 1S09. JOS. W. ALLEN. Trustee. Daa. SOJWa. 21-ta: MILLINERY, HATS, ETU MRS. g. O. HAWTHORNE, NO. 100 Church street, opposite SU Cloud Hotel, has just returned from the East with a carefully selected stock of Millinery Oood, 1mm, II ata, DreanTrimminsra, etc, etc. and re spectfully solicits an exaolnatian of tbt same by the Ladies of Nuhviils. apr21ra . MERCHANDISE In this part of the eountrysbould go to sleep without holding A EIRE EOLICY With the well tried and reliable State ; Insurance Company OF NASHVILLE. OFFICERS: . JNO. LITHNnEV, Plpsident. W. J. TUONAN. Vice President. JOSEPH NAN1I, NerrMnry. ian25 6m sp. Louisville and Nashville RAIIROAB. WINTER SCHEDULE, 1868-9i cosimesciko march 3i, isas. Trains will run as follows : Leave Nashville 4:30 A. M. :.10 P. M. Arrive at Louisville- 1:00 r. M. 4:00 A. M. Both Trains make direct connection at Louis ville with the JeSersonvillo Railroad fer- St. Luuis, Chicago, Indianapolis. Cincinnati, Balti more, Washington. Philadelphia, and New Vork. Morning Trtin from Nashville connects with United States mail line t teamers leaving Louis ville at 1:00 r. connecting at Cincinnati with earlymorning trains East, BAaaAac oncocee from Nashville to St. Louis. Chicago, Cincin nati, and all principal Eastern cities. The :30 r. ir. Train from. Nashville docs not run on SUNDAY. Gallatin Accommodation Train leaves Galla tin at DU(S A- M-. arriving at Nashville at ISiIO P. ,M. Returning, ltaves Nashville at 3)35 P.M., and arrives at Gallatin at OiSS P.M. ALBERT riNU, . Gent Superintendent L. A N. H. R. mar3 ly Nashville nnd Dccntiir RAILWAY. rpHE (OLD ESTABLISHED ALL RAIL route to HmitsYillc, Mcmphl. New Orlennn, Mobile, Nelmn, nnil nil Inter iiodlnio Points. TWO DAILY PASSEN GER TRAINS, commencing J AN. 7. 1S6B. THROUan EXPEtSS. Leave Nashville . 30r. x. Arrive at Deeatur 230 a. it. Arriueat Huntsville ..... 5:00 a.m. Arrive at Memphis Ql)r. m. LOOAt. ACCOM110DATIO.V. Leave Nashville - fttOO a. it. Arrive at Decatur ................ .............. St00 ?. x. Arrive at Huntsville ....143 a. v. The 7:30 r. if. Train makes direct connections at Decatur with Memphis and Charleston Rail road for Memphis, Selma. Mobile, Jackson and Vicksburg. Miss.. New Orleans, La., Huntsville, and all intermediate points. TiiBOrou express. ' ' Leave Decatur .....lliU'r. . Arrive at Nnshvillo . . 5K a. v. LOOAt. A0COUUODATIO.T. Leave Decatur ... .00 a. it. Arrive at Nashville 3M r. u. Connect at Nashville with Louisville and Nash ville. Nashville and Chattanooga, Nashville and Nortnwestern, and KtlgeQeld and Kentucky Railroads for all the important potato Rast, North and Northwest. Splendid New Sleeping Cars attached to all Night Trains, and run between Nashville anil Corinth withaut rhange. UnirirrtKo 'tieckel Through- Faro nlvrikjs nt low n the lowest. COLOMBIA ACCOUXODATIOE TRAI.V. Leaves Columbia at . 7:00 a. x. Arrives at Nashville at .. . IIMWa.m. Leavos Nashville at 3(10 p. x. Arrives at Columbia at - v. u. I'or Through Tiekets and other infermttten. please apply tit the office of tbe Nashville City Trunsfer Company, northwest corner of Cherry and Church streets, and at the Broad 3tree Depot, Nashville, Tennessee. J. B. VAN DYNE. Gen. ftspt. janMtf Nashville and Northwestern B AILEO A 33 . ON AND AFTER WEDNESDAY, MARQH the SOIIi, and until further notise. TWO DAILY PASSENGER TRAINS will run be tween Nashville. Tennessee, and HletrmaH. Kentucky Leaving Nashville at 1:Wa. x. and 6(16 r. Arriving Hickman Ht li(0 tndt. and 5:59 x. X. Leaving Hickmaji at7:20u. x. and 6:20 r- x. Arriving Nuthville at 2: JO. a- x. and 6:45 a. x. Making clOse connections at McKeusie with r-?mpbis and Lonisville Koltway for Humboldt. Mtmphis, Vicksburg. New Orleans, and all points Southwest- At Union City with Mobile nnd Ohio ami New Orleans and Ohio Railways fur Paducah, Jaclc son, Tenn., Alobile, Ala., Cairo. St. Louis, Chi cago, and all points South and Northwest. At Hickman with Atlantic and Mtsiis'lppi Steamship and Memphis and SU Louis Paeket Companies Crst-class steamers, for all paints on Upper and Lower Mississippi Rivers. At Nashville with Nashville and Ohattanee ga. Louisville and Nashville, KUgeSeld .and Kenturkpand Nashville and Decatur Kailrad. 102 miles shortest route to St. Louis. 45 miles shortest route to Memphis 45 miles shortest route to New Orleans. Pnlnce .Sleeping: Can on nil Night TruliiH. UnsdOKe cltecltetl through to nil lm liortmit iioliilM. Pare na low nt the lowent. TickeU for sale at the City Transfer Offiae, northwest corner Cherry and Chureh streets, and at the Nashville and Chattanooga Debet. Nashville, Tenn- WM. P. INNHB. JanlS Receiver und Oau'l Sup't. Nashville and Chattanooga r ai jyno A-OD. Great Central all Rail Route. Two Dally Trnlns front Haauvllle, iintkltijc clone aud relabie connec tions for Wrmhlnjtlon, Ilalti-, -more, Plitlmlelhln. New York, Atlanta, Chnrleston.. ' Navnunnli, etc., and all - - Knateru, Nontherii unit Henhoaril Oltlei , .4 t ,1 ON AND AFTBR 31AIKIII 39. la, Trains will leave Nashvile at :0 O A. M. P. M-, making connections as above. SHELBYVILLK ACCOMMODATIOK Leaves warrraee at o-ar, a. JI.. arrival ville 10:3A. M. Returning, leaves rfsj 4 P. M.. arriving Tullahoma H:3 P. M. train makes elose connexion at Wartraasw! C.I 11 ,11 . I - onaioyviue trains. North bound trains connect at Nash vllje wMk all diverging railroads for poiats Nrth aed Wet. Weeping Curt on nil Night Trains. Good Bating Ileuses and ample time frrsaealfc K. II. KWlKi General Superintendent. ISAAC LITTON. GenrflsksfcAgBotT -rasrS tf ; EDGEFIELD & KENTUCKY ASB , Erana ville, Henderson & Xtulrrllle PwAIL ZRO-A.ID-,1 . Open to Pembroke, J The iloit Itellable Kout to Jleml phis, Humboldt, Cairo, and all Points 17et and Bontb. Time as Quick as any other Bo . ON AND AFTER FIIIJAY. 3IAKCII 13. IS-8. Train will leave Nashville daH at liio p. M.. for Pembroke. Kentuaky. saaklac direct connection at Memphis JunelwnjriiDk Memphi and Louisville Railroad line far Mera this. Vicksburg, New Orleans, and all ; Southwest. .... . , This train eonneets at Humboldt with traia on the Mobile and Ohio Rallroul fer Calm. St. Louis, Chicago, and all points Northwest PiuMenKem for HemphH will nol,lo obliged chnnire enm lu Inc nlgns. This line has been put lo thorough repalrf ts provided with elegant New Slwpiu Cars, aad U prepared to transport passenger -and irautft with reliability and dispatch. Passenger Pare and freight Rale u Iw ai th. lowest. THOMAS IL4S3AKD.-, " Chief Engineer and Superintendent, maris tf MtCiBsM TMs Ufa