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Louisville and iashviiile
SUMMER SQIIISnUIjE, 1Q7.
ronncKrixa may s, isotj
Trains trill run n follows :
Leave Nashville-.-...7:00 P., M. ;(M A.M ,
Arrive ai LoSrrlle..t:iV A. M. LOOT. M:,
notn trains rain airecttSHin anion ai i-
v il fur St, Louis, Cineiaaati, Iadinto
Baltimore. Washington. PMUdeljftjK awl N
1 ork. Time from Nashville la New Verk, fun
Roth Train make direct oonnect ions at Loais-
ticht hours twelve hoar uaicker lliun any
other roots. ,
Morntog Train from Narfiville connects with
I uited States mail line rteamers leaving Loair
tli) at4-Xi p. it., jeaanerting t Cincinnati witb
early looming train East, BiOflor chkokkii
ir.jn Nlnille tn St. Louis. Chicago. Cincin
nati, and all principal Eastern cities.
The 7:00 p. v. Train from Nashville J
uoenuw- imi n c7u it'
Areoiataodition Train, stopping at aU sta
tiwa. leaves FrankMn at W . ., andaiattn
t'M a. v.; arrive at Nasbvfllent 11:. a. ji.
Leaves Kahville at Wf r. f. : arrives at flails
tlB at &W P. and ft"
mi. y ly General SeitertatenJent.
NASHVILLE & DECATUR
E A I 1 A .
Great Central All Rail Route
SOUTH AK1 SOUTISirBB.
uti ton i i f
lt NTft fllrfrowiju PaaaeiistsrTOiilua,
COMMBMCllKt JUfflft M. 17.
. fndOx.it. 7-00 P.M.
lluntarnie fi: T a. Tffl r. ji.
II ith Train wake direct eonncction at Df
i ,r with M. & 0. K. H. ferMewphi'ibetew. M-
ile. JRfkooti. and ViekrtHiric. iU.,w Or-
.inn. Liw. and ail intermediate jKrtnU.
a. ive Daealsr rftlj a. m. 7-00 p. v.
4rnve NfeShville 1:10 r. u. 2.S0 a. m.
II .th Ttntai ounnect at Nafhrille with L. i N.
I f .rtheBaet. Kerth and Northwet.
$Ieti,Iid SleeRinfc Cars AC-,
(iiohetl to nil XIrIiI Trnius.
lutKUtii: riicricKU TiiitoutJir.
toliuitliln Arromniodiitioii Train
Itiilly, excrpl Ntnnlny. '
teavrt Otluwhia at
IrmM nt Nftfhvilleat -
...... &a a. v.
9M a. St.
4 P. M.
leases Nimlwlle at-
jrntcs atColuaihia at :37 P. m.
FurthrfMgh Ticket aBd other informaUon, '
.1. II. VAN
Nashville and Chattanooga
K 4- I O A. D.
OIIIAAGE OF TIME. -
Two IlHllr Tralnn I.onvo NjisltvUlo
Tor "IVnHliliijftini, New Yiirk, niul
nil Polnlti TMHt mitl Ntiutti. Close
Connrctlons flliule nt ;imttn-
iionf;n Jllonilns nnrt Eve- .
' ffoiitlm'ri" titles.
"ftkkof QtRERAt. SurEKxinrynKNT.
Nashville A ChattaNoocu , Hailboap
NaehvillojTronn.. Jnn Wr 1HW. )
OU AND APTI5H TOKSDAY, JUNK 18,
1S7, and until farther notice, Paeeenger
trains will run M followi :
Leave Nhrilleer BhiBgten, New lark,
Atlanta, Maeon, Montgomery. Aufuta. Savan
nah, New Orlenne and Mohile at 5:15 a.m. and
1 ) p v.. arrirlnsric Chattanooim nt 1.50 r. it.
asl - W a. m.: both Trains raakiBB; eloe eon-rc-ti.-M
at ChatUnoopa with Eat Tenuaaiee i
nenrgia and , Wedtern, & Aflaltic HallroRd
Trrfns. Heturnlnc, leaVe aattanooa at 6:10
a u and 7 .50 P. x.,Tipon arrival of B.T...tUa.
end W Jt A. Trains, arrmns in Kashyjlle at
4 V a m and8:50p. m.
i teeuiil Iilnce Nlerhiir Cnrn on nil
N1k11 Inieiircr 'I'rnlnn.
F.Hrt.BrvH.tE Accommodation Leaves Sbel
bTTille r..OO a. v. and 11-26 A. u.. nrrivins In
Nashville 11:10 a. m. nd S- r. v. Leaves
hv ills for SheibTville 5-l.- a. . and 5:15 p. m .
flving In ShetbrvilleS:05 a. m. and 9:10 p M.
NnabTtlto Httil Northwestern Jlnllroml.,
PAestKorB Tbaix Leavei Nashville 3:00
r M arrives at Jobnsonville 9:00 p. h. Leaves
hnBuiville 4.00 a m.; arrive nt Nasnvile
- if i M.
IV. I. INNRS, Oen'l SJ
it. & C. and N. W. R. R
J W. BROWN. Oen'l PaesAsent.
NnHlivillc niul Memphis
J-ti-1 i- -Cu Wil XJ JJ J. i J-J.
Orricr or Okhrrai. SprKRWTRttDEXT,
Kj9FIBM & KWTUCRV lUlLRpAB,
SrRiNorrEMi, ienn., aphi 10, iodi.
.v AVr iPTBn MAXIIAY. THK ItStli
i) instant. Trams on Edgefield and Kentucky
Iiivo Niixlivllle llly "I
11.10 I. 31.,
'i. i. MuinMltntMi Ht State Lte with
Mein:his. Clarksville wdJiBktvllle
Railroad for Meihis. and at Humboldt with
'irainj on Mobile tind Ohio Railroad for all
1 -jnlo -.uth. , , 4. , .
1 lie Line lias iiecu pui iuumuu itu.
nn.i u ii.- nreiMired to trnniiKirt rawencers and
IreiKht with reliability and dis.iateh. iri-t-
Iiihi NU-epliiK Cnrn on all Night Train,
r are a, low m anr fl4hr route
iJ 2 li ill. X im.'i.
Oen'l Suji't R. k K. Railroad.
svnwa AN1 SUMMER
I allotWwc MWr 3MfVjfoie. and
i.eair Usaa bas Ue eold in KbMte te
I'K.V YtUllM. 0mm awl hee them at t
Opposilo Gourtliousc, Public Square.
,.B will ami tkaae Oods wetls worthy 3ur
J. A-. J; ROSE,
WIMU.KSAM: ai iAmbAr w
f-iT i-m'i inn i NT
And every daeaiiftioi f
South Side Public Square,
TT-rrnrr nnTTflT. A S Hf.
3fo. 5 JPnEilic Square,
t l r w M itrabtM in ftie late lmiM of
kLd style M above.
- , - .1, nan
Large 3took of DeBirable Qaote,
Wit.rh wo erat
CJUEATl-Y. ItEIlCCBIl 1'KItES.
RHdlki rf eaUWmflC taritdmiMa
lli H H IT lllltrlllll ll
i..l i.i iJI ikear
it as (bar a itouem.
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1 he attesiis I ret
It jaetetuMiU reetfBHy
'jo' uoods JioM ot flotnll.
lIUGIt OXJOIA A CO.
hansfer flMlnv, Norlhetwt eenTer df Sumujff
hii Vnu&h dtreeU. ami at the 13rfrad StrSK
'Hvt. N&hrille, Tejinemea. . . .
l&rgest Circulnlion in City and State.
TO THE PEOPLE OV TENNESSEE.
GovetTior William O. Browiilvr fias B
sued his proclamation of Jul let, aail!ng :
agt-ditiouaand Tfibellious.the circular ad
4r the Central Conpcrvative CommiU
teetdtlreed to the Corner fjjiTh
uoversor denpunoes said circular as in
tended to mil iffy the franchise law of the
State bj a false and rebellious construction
for wicked, and revolutionary purposes.
Ife ateumeH te declare, wlial the LegLsfature.
Interided ly tliefralie I6w;1ftt hy)i&m
h aqte4 ij)i&iniWHffmng,
but Iim &h'lm&M(ivekm $mtft?si'
from information-derired from some source
other than the law itoelf. It has always
been supposed that it is the duty of the
Governor of the State to ?ee that the laws
are faseecutcd as plainly written in the'
slatuTes, and that it is the province of the
courll Df the country to construe and de
clarable law in all doubtful questions. Hut
the (fovernor claims the right to personally
know what the Legislature intended, and
to execute that intention, whether it be so
writtln in the printed laws of the land or
not. -5.lt is believed to be the first time in
the lnrtory of the government where the
Governor of any State has assumed to de
clarea circular addrewed to the people aa
jeditibui, rebellious and revolutionary,
whicfl merely suggests to them their legal
riglitf, and points to the books anil page
where the law is plainly written. If It'
seditious and rebellious far the courts. to
redfllnd interpret the laws enacted for Uiejr
guidfjwe, when written in plain and tln
anibiguous language, or must they look
alone to the Governor to learn
what , the law is? Surely some
little pf constitutional liberty and free re-
'publieWn govarnment yet remains to the
citiiensjof TennBsee. And notwithstanding,
the editt of the tisnwiior, we will attempt
to suetatn the advioe given to the County
Courts in said circular put forth . by the
lion 811 of the Code provides that
"The Ceunty Court at the seas-ion next pre
ceding he day of eleetisn, "hall appoint
three inspectors or judges for each voting
place to superintend the election."
Section 8-12. "IT the County Court fail to
make the appointment, or any person ap
pointed refuse to serve, the Sheriff, 'with
the advice of three Justices, orif none' be
present, three respectable freeholders, shall,
before the beginning of the election, ap
point said inspectors or judges."
It tl be seen at once that Sheriffs had
no power to appoint judges of elections,
except in eases whr the Gwntgr Ootirt
failed Id appoint, or tliaflfe'DtEes failed,
to attend or refused to serve. The 10th sec
tion of the list franchise law, pawed 25th
of February, 1867, page 31, enacts that
"The judges and clerks of all elections shall
hereafter be selected and appointed by the
Commissioner of Registration in each
county, in the same wanner and governed
by the same rules and laws heretufut pro
vided by law, conferring the said selection
ami a!'I'tnenta hy ,Sfcers What rules
and lavt are referrotl t0 ? The provisions of
are reierroti to 1 lie provi
section 842 of the Code, and none other.
The Commissioner of Registration can ap
point judges to hold lite election in the
same manner and by the same rules and
laws that the Sheriff could by section
842 of the Code. He ii invented bi
section 10 of the franchise law with
the same power to appoint judges and in
the same manner, that the Sheriff had.
Sap. 842 of the Code. And the Commis
sioner is substituted for the Sheriff, and
with the powers of the Sheriff. No more,
nor no less. Tife Sheriff could, in no in
stance, appoint judges to hold the election
when the County Court appointed and the
appointees attended and were willing to
serve. This is too plain for argument
Section 841, conferring the right to appoint
the judges to hold (he elections upon the.
County Court, is unrepealed. It is in full
force. Section 841 of the Code and the
10th section of the franchise law can and
miwt stand together, and must be construed
together as one act. They are not incom
atiblc, nor incotHis4ent, with each other.
They are both ncessary to keep up the
long etablisli9jl law flf the Statej the only
change intended by the franchise law was
to confer uKn the Commissioner of Regis
tration the powers of the Sherill. Hie
Legislature did not intend to repeal section
841.' If they had intended to repeal it,
they would have used the words, in the
same witwwfr and oorri by ike mme rWes
and law ktrHufbrt prorifa by law, amfemng
upon the CbuNf; Ornti ami
Stxrif. But the Legislature used no stich
language, but simply conferred the powors
qf the Sheriff in that respect, upon the
Commissioner. And unisPso have intend
ed, or they would have employed the ap
itroiirlate laneuaie to oonVoy different
intention. But tne Governor aajp the
KegislatarelwiBnded to 'take the sjrpolnt
ment frow the County Owirts and eonfer it
tipon the CommissioiMw The law a plain
ly written is Otlrwls. "Wli&n the law
M plain and unambiguous, whether it be
expressed in general or limited terms, the
Legislature eliwild te intendetl tf).
what thav hayertllw xprewedHBaafn-
spiently n(jrm -k left for cortruTt
The eenertfTtopreesians in a statute mfy
be restrained by subsequent particnlsr
wwds, which sbw that in the intention of
the Legislature those general expressions
are xmi In prtailr eenie. Adas w.
"Woods, 2 Cranh B. 334. So we iiwt the
general expressions n;ed in the 10th frac
tion of the fMMehise law are elestrly re
strained ami limited to the pewers of the
Slieriff, under section $42 of the rode, and
none other oan be claimed for the Com
,sp)lnsDner of It egiet ration. The legislative
intention t repeal a former atntntew nver
preeamed, Mr ae implied rp)c
agetl. The provisiotw of a swkeqwent act
mml be inconsistent with those f a prior
waie, we u cannot ne said mat tne la-
I Tij iimtfm tt lt
Hickman. Cooke R. ISO. Tlie lsXh
tifi Ttthe rafttikHe act is inconsistent with
I . o l.l C it.n natta t.u. Il I
I JnptW W-l Wl us ,vu, mc v in
tealul and the powers of the Htieritf con
ferred apon the CWteii wier , buL,it4
not inconsistent wtth4$iin tavHi heo4t
is unrepealed and in fall foree, ami tbe
County CoarU have sit their powers aaa
rights under it. When there are1 two
statutes prescribing wfveral remedies for
: the game evil, the courlRilI not'eonstrue
tbe former as repealed by implication, un
less there be so manifest a repugnance that
they cannot coexist. Cate v. the Stale, 3
. pneedlR. 120 fk Ht f- l-X c 'i -,,
t . Ho ddmit, as the Governor declares, that
the Legislature intended to take the ap
pointment of judges of elections from the
County CourLgand jgive it to the Comr
miRiionctfctiisTO preaumelloulfiide of lire'
Sptain written law, that the dominant ma
jority of that body were. fatally bent upon
robbing the people of all liberty, and con
ferring the sole power of the State in the
hands of the-Governor, hebeinga canQi-"
jdatefqr re-election. But we must construe
OMLgklature to mean w"Mi they hz"9
Meil aatd ia the law TJiat., tat the
uSnnnssIoner of Registration is substituted
for the Sheriff, and the Sheriff had onfyi
the contingent power to appoint, when the
County Court failed to do so, or the Courts
ppointees failed to serve. We now sub
mit to the calm deliberate judgement of
the people of the State, if the request to the
County Courts in our circular issued a few
ays since, 'was any thing more or less,
than a'request that the laws of the land be
enforced for the public peace and pros
perity of the State, and to give the people
the benefit of the laws of the land. And
we cannot doubt, but that every well in
formed lawyer in the State wlid will take
the pains to carefully investigate the sub
ject, will fully concur with said committee
in said circular address. But the Gov
ernor expressly declares in his proclama
tion that the people of his State shall
not have the benefits of her laws. That if
the County Courts appoint judges to hold
the elections they shall be punished. , If
the judges discharge their duties under
the laws they shall be punished. That he
will declare all elections void held by said
judges, that he and the Commissioners ap
pointed by himself will hold the elections
n his own way, and that he will, use the
militia at his command to enforce his will
with the sword and the bayonet, if need be,
thus to execute his purpose, and that
he Will bring to bear the whole power
of the State to execute the franchise law.
No one asks for anything mora than a fair
and honest execution of the franchise law,
until the Supreme Court of the United
States shall have determined its validity.
No one ever doubted that the real object of
the militia organization of the State was
oreated to overawe and intimidate the
people and control the elections in the
State. The Governor cannot divest him
self of the belief that he is the State gov
ernment, and all who oppose his unwise and
ruinous policy are opposed to the State
government. The great body of the people
care but little who hold the offices and make
tlie lavs, provided the laws are made and
eerewited in the interest of ihe people. But
as the laws are now shaped andr&xeeutodfi
but little of constitutional liberty and free 1
republican government remains in the
State. The people were never more dis
posed to be peaceable and law-abiding, and
under wise and humane laws the people
would be restored to peace, friendship and
prosperity, and the Slate would start off in
new career of future greatness. But
Governor Brownlow emphatically declares
that the franchise law enacted at his sug
gestion and for his benefit and that of his
partisans, shall be executed as he interprets
it, at the point of the bayonet if need be.
The bill of rightB declares that all elections
shall be free and equal. This cannot be
without strife and bloodshed. Must the
people submit to the misrule and oppression
which now prevails throughout the Stale?
The Governor so intends and declares. It
is his aVowed purpose to retain the power
and control of the Stale in the hands of
himself and his weak faction, by excluding
four-fifths of the white citizens from the
exerciseof the elective franchise. The Gpv
ernbr and his partisans are unwilling to
submit their popularity- and fitness for
office to the free and unbiased vote of all
the citizen of the State qualified and en
titled to vote. So conscious was he that his
despotic policy, wielded over a peaceable
and helpless people, had rendered him ob
noxious to all who desire ipeace, friendship,
happiness and prosperity, that if left to the
people to vote, at a free and equal election,
they would select Conservative men to rule
the State ; hence, the franchise law was
';e'ria0ted to exclude as near as possible, the
white voters of the State from the elective
franchise. And by force of the franchise
law with the aid of the militia, the Gov
ernor and his partisans hope to retain the
control oi tne state lor two years, more.-
The mere fact that a man is white, is prima
faee evidence that he has no right to vote,
though he and his ancestors may have been
born and raised iti the State, and he is
farced to prove his loyalty with every pre
sumption agfiinst him, unless he is person
ally known to the commissioner, before he
oan obtain a certificate to vote ; (or it may
be, if he belongs to the Loyal League vouch
er are rasiVy obtained.) Notwithstanding all
these flagrant outrages upen the lib
erties and privileges of the people
in a republican State of this X Union,
nrfJieslinz asainit the assumption of
unwarranted power by the Governor,
the Central' Committee advise the peo
ple, for the peace and good order of socle
,1V, to suomit to inese wrongs, ouumu io
i ... .1 . O.-l ! . -
the laws in geod faith, whatever they may
-Tig,- Let every man who oan, vote jo to
the polls and vote tor goou ana loyal men
-IT' - - ....
Use all legal and pettceable means in your
reach to Hit geed and true Union men in
power, who'Wlll restore all men, of every
race and color, -1 liberty, treeoom ana
efluality before the law. Then your re
demption will be at hand., .
"While the Committee regard the recent
proclamation of Governor Brownlow as
extrawrdtry and without a parallel in
history, and in clear violation of the laws
of the land, and intended to incite " his
militia and partisans to acts of lawless
violente and bloodshed, yet, to aveid
strUe and eenfiiot, and for the repose of
BMiety, asd it may be to save life and the
effnsion of blood, the Committee beg leave
to suggest to the peuple-ef the State,-to
the County Courts, and the judges p-
polnted by them, to forbear to exercise
what we bsliove to be a clcar'and unques
iTwiable right; aud let theojgeajipiiaint
ed by the Commissieners-of Registration,
hold the elections on the first Thursday, in
August nek I.
"We beg leave, further, to suggest that, if
the Commissioner of Registration fails to
appoint judgetfWariy voting place or if
his jiidges faihto attend and hold the-elec-tion,
then aftd' in that caseny Juatice.of
the Peace present, or if no Justic of the
Peace! be present, any three freeholders
may appdln the judges,or in case of neces
sity may themselves open and hold the elec
tion, as . prescribed hy Sec.843 of the Code.
By direction thetfer1fral Commitlee.
Jon? C. Gaut, Chairman.
Nashville. Julv 4th. 18G7.
f 7 J
.Ilnyiinrd nt Ilrosilen Threftts or New
Oppressions mid Violence Disgrace-
ful Sentiments Freemen, Kend nmt
dorrlspondeneaaf thfe, Un&ajBttd'iMf pbTijh A'
DBESfiEij lWn.rJiily"5d -"SoW
had tile Hon. Horace Maynard. witltJ lis
yesterday, whombored for three and a half
hoars nna.sroditrtliirtV-ei!!ht f Br6h
tlow'a loyal melish and about one hundred
t vr.r e- . 1 1
anu uuy citizens oi our county, aim ue
lieving that some of the points made by
the gentleman should be made public
throughout the State, I propose to give
them. The first hour and a half of his
speech was devoted to the Rebels trying
to demonstrate the fact that "they were
whipped." Like the colored man who took
a Rebel prisoner at the battle before Nash
ville, said they trere cotched. ' ' "
He then went on to try to intimidate the
Conservative Union men of the county by
threats. He knew that the respectable
portion ot the Conservatives were not
going to do anything very outrageous
themselves, but the doth, slime and Jilth of
the rebellion, or the Conservative party, as
it styles itself, will do the dirty work; and,
said he, " let them do it, let them com
mence as soon as they please, and whenever
a Union man, (meaning Radicals) either
black or white, is molested, all that you
have got to do is to notify these blue coaled
boys, and they know what to. do. They
will not put themselves to any trouble
to arrest the offender in such a case,
but they will strike nearer home, even
at the root, by arresting and holding as
hostages five or six of your best and most
influential Conservatives; and if a colored
man should lose his situation, or home, by
refusing to vote the Conservative ticket,
that hi should sue his employer and recover
damages', not only for the amount due for
Fervibes rendered, but for the amount he
may think himself entitled to for said dis
missal. He finally Wound up by making an ap
peal to the lowest passions of the dregs of
society, by telling them how he had stood
up for the Union at all times, how he had
been persecuted, his family driven from
home, his property confiscated, etc., and -
tnat tne ngnts ot tne rsrowntow party
should be respected, and if the force now
in the field was insufficient, that it would
be increased ; stated theBrownlow-Pletcher
administration had been very wisely and
economically conducted, though he did not
have time to enter into any argument on
these last issues.
On the whole, I think that his speech
here yesterday was -a disgrace, even to-the'
party that he represents, mean as it is, being
composed of bitterness, persecution, and
that loiv vituperation, and a shameless dis
regard for truth which should characterize
the speeches of every public man.
Very respectfully, Union.
T 1 111 QUIA? U.tUIIiJ&.11',
1 Weal of Cumberland Hospital, near Broad
tal. near Broaii
Etreet, 13 prepared to supply tho ehoicost Plant
Bomiuet?.and cut Flowers, suitablef.tr Festivals
and Parties, at moderate prices. Parties ore
invited to examine the stocK ni tne uurjen; or
oruers left at the drug store of W. J. & C. W.
Smith, corner Vino aud Church streets, will
receive euro uuouuuu.
inayZ dm sp.
MONTflOaiEKY CO., YA.
THIS CELEBRATED WATERING PLACE
havinc undereouo thorough repairs, and
been furnished throughout every department
with entirely new and first-class furniture, will
bo open for tho reception of visitors on fbo )5th'
dav of June.
The reputation of this wator is so cxtenaivo
nnd so firmly established that it is usele to
orniMiMnita tne nartieulnr diseases lor wmcii.lt
is n specific. The proprietors have endeavored-
to muKo it as attractive as any n atenng riace
in tlin mountain of Virginia.
uomioriauie coai-nes win uicul eacu -iruiu ui
n " .11 . 1 111 . . 1. i ; i
ShawsvlUe, lor tne conveyance 01 passengers to
the Springs. The resident partner will, be as
sisted in the management by a gentleman of ex
perience, nnd no p.iinsspared to Tender1 visitors
eomlortriDic v. a. uaiiiiuuxv, Ag 1.
Mineral Water aud Sarsaparilla,
NO. 107 NOKTIt COLLEGE STREET,
(Baseinentof Qoettinifer's Private Hotel.)
ORDERS' FOR PIC-NICS AND-PARTIES
will be prqnfptly attended to. The celebra
ted MADISON ALE in bottles always on band.
may30 Ira 107 North College st
ARMISTEAD & WOODS,
WHOLESALE AXI RETAIL DEALERS I.V
Staple andPaucy Groceries,
NO. 'Ml PUBLIC SQJTJAKE,
TNT STORE AND FOR SALE. A COMPLETE.
varied and fresh stock of Staple and Fancy
Groceries, embracing Canned Fruits, Conserves,
ImporteU Liquors, Cigars, and all descriptions
of Ureeeries filr demestiauM. , maris tf
llcllemcatlo Slock Fnnit.
ON WEDNESDAY. SEVRKTU OF AUGUST
1667,1 will offer for sale at public auetion,
at my farm, six miles southwest of Nashville, a
let of Blood Horses, comprising Stallions,
Mares, Celts, and Filhes of all ages.
I'edecreesin full of the above will be fur
nished on day of sale. Suffice it to say that
they have descended Irom tne uest stneK or our
country, and many from the best raring families
or the United States.
Sale to commence at 10 o'eloek. Terms-liberal
and made r 11 own en day or sale.
W. ii. IIAIiniNO.
F. S. Also, n let of improved Milk Cattle, oom-'
prising one thoroughbred Alderney Bnll; half-
nrea nans ana neuers. juiye-ia
Dissolution of Copartnership.
THE COPARTNERSHIP nERETOFOltE
existing under tho firm name of Walker 4
iryan, Ulaim Agents and Attorneys, is this
j dissolved by mutual consent. Major L D
Walker retiring from the firm. (Ian. A. It. Z.
Dawson, late of the firm of Cbipraan. ilosmer
i yjO; nas mis uay eonne;ea mmseii with tbe
remaining nartner. J. L. Yarran. jmr tha old
f v alser i laryan will be nrose-
cated. and new
bjujaeu is wljeited. under tbe
firm name of YA
I. D. WALK.HR.
J L. YARYAN
In retiring- from the Claim bueiness.it affords
ae pieaswc to exnrese my thanks to the citizen
of Tennessee, who have extended to tbe old firm
such liberal patronage and confidence, and to
recommend tne new arm oi Yaryan Dawson
to the future trust of the people, under whose
eare business will be oentinaed at the old office.
I will continue to reside in tbe citv. and will
give any assistance in my power to such matters
of tbe old firm as saay require it. J LI arran
win remain in tnec8ioe.is laity at&iQtCALWilh
all itsYectunulated- imtlness, ad folly Sornp-
ttnlio injure tne ssccets 01 sucb justaad mcr
1 Ilomus claims as may bave ifeafl Stel.
fciuiy26t i d. Walker.
4 HWRIAIL I.OTS
T5 MOUNT OLIVET CEMETERY, FOR
jLJAionr . , A. AcL&ON & CO.,
Special Agents for Mount Olivet Cemetery Co.
NEW! YORK DISPATCHES.
Jteport Confirmed Froin ciilll Races
In New York Affairs in Richmond,
New York, July 5. The Herald's
Panama correspondent dated the 20th.
confirms, the .report of the capture of
Masqpera and the assumption of supreme
ltie Colombian steamer Bolivar, which
slipped through the fingers df the authori
ties at; Panama when they contemplated
Seizing, hert has returned to Panama by
iuasquera's orders and wasdehvered to the
'authorities! Affairs weregreatlyunsettled,
and the pnly remedy seemed to be to "wait
until thaCongress was convened. .
Thc Herald's Sant!ago,m!ifeoTrMffll
noe, i?ays tlie Presidents message, to the
.Chilian Congress, states that the mediation
of the United Statesin the wacwith-Spain,
had bv&i.acepted..v.ith cwHUtwus.
Lieutenants Crossraan and Weightman,
of 'United States steamer Ossippee, had
been arrested in alparaiso be anomcerof
the steamer, for intending to fight a duel.
The Herald's Lima, Peru, correspondent.
of the 14th tilt., announces the fact that
Castilla s revolution for the purpose of de
posing Prado had been brought to a termi
nation by the death of Castilla. The only
body of rebels reniainingin arms was the
small command of Gen. Rivas. Prado
had succeeded in forming a new cabinet.
Congress was busy adopting a new consti
tution and revising the new penal law.
A race was trotted between Dexter, in
harness, and Ethen Allen and running
mate, on the .Morristown, N. J., course,
yesterday, which was won, after a close and
exciting contest, hy Ethan and his mate,
the best mjle being made in 2:20.
In Richmond, Va., the.necroes and mu-
itarv ' demonstrated their lovaltv. in ao-
cordahce with the Mayor's proclamation,
and one of the courts did so by adjourning
its session, on receiving a written order
from Gen. Schofield. In Charleston and
me rest 01 uiu ouuiiiern tints, aiiuougu
business was most zenerallv suspended, the
military and freedmen alone appeared to
be jubilant over the return of the national
rorclgn News Per Cable.
Vienna, Julv 4 Evening Thelniperi-'
al Court of Austria has gone into mourn-
ng for the death of Maximilian.
London, July 4 Lvening. The Lng-
lish government authorities have postponed
the grand review which was to have taken
place at Hyde Park, on account ot the ex
ecution of Maximilian. The conduct of
the Mexican povernmenf, in condemning
Maximilian to death, and his subsequent
execution, causes great indignation here
and on the continent.
The Fenian prisoners, Burke, Doran,
McCaffertv. McCIure.,and others have been
brought from lrelantl to England.
PaiIis, July 4 Evening. Lord Lyons,
has entered upon the duties of his office
as Ambassador of - her Britanic JMdjesty
to the Court of Napoleon, vice Lord
The Fourth in Cincinnati. '
Cincinnati, July 5. The Fourth passed
off here very quietly. Some seven or eight
pic-tucs took a large number of people into
Twelve houses in Covington, mostly
small frame, were destroyed by fire, caused
by shooting oil a pistol. Loss, $40,000 : in
rm J tt 7 1 r
Cincinnati 'club9, in which the latter was
victorious by a score of sixty to twenty
four. The game was witnessed by nearly
two thousand persons.
tfeo. Shields, the well-known builder ot
engines, died yesterday-of dropsy,
Two Poys WeInesiny niul Tlmrsday,
1 July 10 niul II, 1807.
City Property, part Tree Territory.
TN PURSUANCE OF DECREE OF THE
Chancery Court in the cose of Amasa A
AIcLcan and others vs. Lonisa K, McLean and
others, wo will offer at PUBLIC AUC HON, on
others, wo 1
lift IQllT tl.
the premises nt 11 o'clock, WcrtneMiuy, July
10. 18G7. tho following property 1 1st. A llncK
House On Church street, No. 4S, between Cherry
and Collcee. andjust below the Postoffice. Max-
wf 11 Honso and Cufitomhausa lot. 2d. On Col
lege street, beyond Broad, ana jut this side ot
Franklin street, one lot, no. 1 (i, nity teet py 102
feet Free Territory. 3d. One-hulf of the Brick
House on the corner ot Market and rrauklin
streets, and this side of tho Medical College
I.nt twentv bv 1M Free Territory.
(In T!iiltillfiv. .Illlv 11. irt trill AfTVrnn flin
premises, at 11 o'clock, about three acres of
ground, known as the " Quinn Property," on
tlm Oriinnv White l'ike. and 111 tho tenth ward
This property is bounded .on tho east by the
Nashville and Chattanooga Railroad, and is di
vided into lotcof fifty feet to suit purchasers. ,
Terms One-lourth cosh, nnd tie balance in
one, two and three' years, with interest. Notes
with approved personal security, and lien re
tnined. MORTON B. HOWELL. 0. and M.
ARKINGTON, FARRAR & WKAKLEY, Ag'ts.
juneaud wo. u$ funnc sauaro.
3- SIMPLE. OOET, Dfc'HAItl.E. 'S
GREAT RANtrE OF WORK.
OUil RIFFERENT STITCHES
Kevcmlble Kocil, Self-AdJiiHlinj;
HE LATEST IMPROVED AND BHST
CORDER, TUCKER, HEMMER, FEL-
LER AND BRAIDER.
Quilting (lunge with Ench Machine.
The only Machine that will Gather and 3ew
on at the sarao time by simply
lengthening the Stitch.
Every Itfut'liinc "lVarranlert.
Prices same as other first-class Mashines, a
New No. 34 North Cherry st.
Also, General Agency for the
Howe Sewing Machines,
Which for manufacturing purposes eannot be
MACHINES OF ALL KINDS REPAIRED
AND WARRANTED IN ORDER.
tt All kinds of Family Sewing dono to order
at tee i-loreuce and tne 11 owe Agencies.
NO. 31 (old No. 17) CHERRY : STREET.
CAMP fe EIiOOTT,
SfcblS GENERAL AGENTS.
HOME IX EDGEFIEtD.
"V5TE nAVE FOR SALE A MOST DELIGHT
VV fnl home in Bdfefiald. Tho honio is
brick, with nine ( rooms, a large brjek Smoke
house. Stables. Carnace-hoaML etc. Tbe croond
'frtsS0 feet on Rossell street, running baek
170 feet. A beautiful tlower uarden aad a
larce" YnretAble Qsrilen. the neat of eastern
water. All in pe'feot repair The cheapest
bargain ever offered In DavidKin coantj.
ANDERSON, JOHNSON IITH,
june221t Real Etate Agents
HOUSE FOR SALE
A VERY DRSIHABLB RESI
det.ee on Rufsell street, JMge
field. fer sale. A Uriek Howe and
lot fronting fifty feet en Russell
street, and running beet 170-feet to
an alley, and in a good neighbor
hood. For terms and particulars inquire at the efBeo
I iuce27 tf
M Union CricKSt Grounds jnthi&oity.
of base ball between the. Louisville antl
' Iamire Yonr Moiues--
TllE TENNESSEE MARINE AND EIRE
1 INSURANCE COMPANY' is a safe and
reliable -HOME OFFIOB. Risks, on country
dwellings solicited. Losses promptly" paid.
A. W. BOTLEBf,
apr6 3m sp. Secretarrt ..
P. P. PECK,
30 rtuxrni: ai. XASiiiiEi,.TEi.viv"
HOME INSURANCE COMPANY,
OF NEW) UAV.BNw ,' , .
Otpltitl and AweU. v.nv41r.;i;-tlQ,nS 60
Fdi4p Capital and Assets ..-.-.J
JBVXA LI 'E INSERANOE-COMPANY
Ch AU1.. ........ j... .........-.wSl.SOe.Orti
Traveler's Accident Insurance Co.,
Capital and Assets $725,0C
POLICIES WRITTEN ON FUSE AND MARINE
Risks, and Losses promptly adjusted at tliio
Offiee. Also, applications fer Llfa and Accident
rliks in the above first class Oompanles.
Books for Farmers and Gardeners
PaRMERS' AND GARDENERS' Dic
tionary; tho Farm and Garden, by Jacques;
Bridgeman's Gardeners' Assistant; do. Kitchen
Gardening; Buist's Kitchen Gardening : Down
ing' Fruit Trees of America; do. BHrreys; do.
Baker's; Flint on Grasses; do, on Mileh Cows;
the American Shepherd; the Farmers' Barn
Rook; Fuller's Grape Culture; do. Ilaralzthy's ;
Pardee-emRose and-Stntwberry Culture; Biilst
ontheRoSe; Youatt, Skinner, Mayhew, Dodd
and Frank Forrester on Horses:
For salo by JOHN YORK,
Jan31-dtf w3t 41 Union street. Nashville.
SPRING AND SUMMER
FURIlEANaiil&EN ;& CO;,
49 PUBLIC SQUARE,
r'T - oemniete assarime
SUMMER. GOODS, tl
r, .sfiia.v7 '.v
which we lavite the
attention or too trade. !..
Alcrchants wishing to replenish, their Stocks
will be benefited by giving na a call.
FURJIAN, GREEN tt CO.
BYTIEOREK IN CHANCERY, IN THE CASF.
df Jno. Vf, Walker Vs. the Sheriff of Davidson
county and. others, I am directed to rent far the
year 18C7 the following property, viz : '.
'J.netoro House now occupied by Messrs.' iv.
B.Cheatham A Co.
The Store House on Church street occupied, by
Messrs. Hamilton & Green. And a Store Room
between tne two nouses above mentioned.
inose wishing to rent will ccll-hn mnt R Tl
Cheatham Jt Co.'s, corner ofChureh and College.
ueos-u iju.i n. i;, wuuuij. Trustee.
McCLURE'S -MUSIC STORE.
ESTABLISHEIl IN IS SO.
riMIE UNDERSIONED IS SOLE AGENT
L for Pianos from the-enownod Steinway,
Knabe .V Co., Dunham, Soebbeler. Gale & Co.,
Marshall Trover ranging in price from 8300
to 8IOOO. The "Parlor Gem.'' made by Mar
shall & Traver. is a perfect little beauty, and is
warranted in every particular, fer the low prico
The largest and finest assortment if American
Organs, Sheet Music, Music Books, and general
musical merchandise in the South, which is
Those dealing with us will insure a saving
New York and large cities at a distance, as wo
ui iuo truii9iniri.uiiuu over j'iiriit7!i uuiiik
sell precisely at factory prices; besides war
ranting Ml Pianos and Organs from our cstab
li.ihment. Orders from a distance promptly
tilled. andAlusic mailed tree oi rxwaze.
Pianos and all kinds of Musical Instruments
tuned and repaired by S. Hahn. Orders left
wrth us wiil be promptly attended to.
.IAS. A. McCLURE,
3m 33 Union Street,
COMMERCIAL IASifflAKCE CO.
UMcc in the Ouildin
of tlie Bank
CAPITAL ALL XATI .IN
rpHIS COMPANV. ESTABLISHED IN Ii4
X lumre Btilklhigs, Vswl, la port, srerrbaa,
Ai. 1l..nbui..i.i r ...i ....... .i -.i.... mJ.
the meat llbrt terms. Fire, Slarioa, and Iafoad
rE iKo at rowm rates.
flirt HWhII) adjoatsd and promptly pM by
R. 0. McNairt, Jimh Waess,
J no. Kihkhjik, il. DinuM
C. E. HitxaiN, Ji. II. Bwnr,
VV. H. Evans, llunr Tilda wen,
ncan Jl'Cati, J, p. Kibkman.
S. N. MACtr,
R. a MeXATBY, Presldest.
E. D. RICES, Secretary. np9-flmi(
CITY 10 TEL.
THIS LONG ESTABLISHED AND WHLL
known House in fbtore will be caduel by
J. G. BLBDSOB, who has speet more than
twenty years in this bniiaese Mi LeriMe', Of-
una 1 1 unit nlhnr At I ituk in winnMll. rrltk. 1,
F. BELL, of this dty. and S. K. HARE, oe of
in lormer proprietory w no onee :epl tne LotB
mercial Hotel, of this place. We' Kane by strict
attention to buiQs to receive liberal share-ef
panne patronage. Uur table snail always be
supplied with the best the market affords, and
nuts very reamra&oic
11LEUSOE, RELL t HARE,
aav33 la Proprietors.
TJY VIRTUE OF A SIORTGAG
X executed, October iWUi, 1806, and registered
in tne neguler olhoe of Davidson oeunty. ia
T. I. M 111 11 . 11." 1
iiwiK ju. oi, page win sen ai puwwhi
On hiittirUHj, SSd lnt.
at 11 o'clock, at tb Plough Factory, Si
Svinth Cherry street, one Steam cnz
Boiler, also. Flaner, Jig-saw, Smith's Teol,
Press and Dies, and all the fixtures
used in tiio
ininufaetur or plows 07 xiorns s
l one 11-tvt
fll I rfatf'sllsfil I Mi
THIRD NATIONAL BANK
1 NASHVILLE. TENNESSEE.
.' i- STWSH0LDKR3.
W. W. Berry, . M. Bum,
John jCirkman,' ' Jas. P. Ktrkman,
Q, Weaver, '' BdgarJones;
Dan'l F. Carter, A.J.-Duncan,
AlexanUer Fall, Jhw. E. Hlllman,
' Edmund Cooper.
Deals in Exchange. Gold and Stiver, and
Drafts drawn in sums to suit on London, New
York", New Orleans, Cincinnati. St. Louis, Louis
ville, Memphis, eto.
5-80 Bonds and 7-30 Treasury Notes always
on hand for rale.
Highest premium paid Wr Jempound Interest
1 1NT SIT 11 A N 0 E.
THE TENNESSEE. ;
Marine and Fire
Under the new charter, is nowopen for basin a
AX 'NO. 34 NORTH COLLEGE STBIB'
Next deor to corner of Union street.
.lOHEPH W. ALLEN, Pretiiletit
A. AV. UirrLKlt,ecretary.
John Ml Hill. Watson M. Ueeke.
C. A. R. Thompson, D. Weaver,
Daniel F. Carter, John B. Jobnsen
R. B. Cheatham, John W. Terrais.
G. W.dlendershott, A. G. Adams.
, , Jbsepa W. Allen,
COL. It. T. P. ALLEN Snpt.
ASSISTED BY AiX ABLE FACULTY.
THE COURSE OF STUDY IS THAT Usu
ally taught in the bestcolleges. with sneaial
attention to Mathematics and Natural Seieaces.
A . . . " .............. . , . . . . Mlj,4IL. V. , (HI.
first loiulny in September this vear
Tl. .. . nmlli.11 Ii. ..An....u ... ...a
September 2d c6ntinnfng without intermission
tony i.w wcbks.
Charge for Tuition and Boarding, including
Lights, Fuel and Washing, (currency.) three
hundred and fitly dollars (S350) per Academic
Year, one-half payable in advance, nnd the re
mainder at the expiration of twenty (20 weeks
Address the Superintendent at Fnrmdale Post
offiee, Franklin oounty Ky. je9Hwiw2m
"The Cayce Springs Place,
rpHIS PICrURBCQIE. ROMANTIC AND
X popular Southern resort, is nowopen for in
valids nnd pleasure-seekers, after expensive Im
provements and additions.
The properties and qualities of tbe various
Mineral nnd Free-stone Springs of "CAYCK"
are established as
Equnl to nny on tho Continent.
Carrinzes will bo in attendance nt Thomnson's
Station, iNashville and Decatur railroad.) on
arrival of each train, to convey visitors and bag
gage without delay.
Board per day - 8 3 00
Board per week-...-. 15 00
Chtldren and Servants half fare.
njrWtetbgni te famJlUje. . f
v ' uiimi. r. siiiki.is-
maf IK Im i ' i
RICH & ERIE 03-,
Carpenters anrj Builders.
ALL KINDS OF DOORS, SASH, BLINDS,
Frames, Mouldings, Flooring, Iiallsuisrs,
on hand and made to order, at and below Cin
cinnati prices, for cash.
Corner Summer, fnillson nnd Cherry
Streets Nnshviile, Tciui.
SALE OF V'AXUARXE
Real arid Personal Eroperty-
THREE FAUJiS OF FROM 103 TO 214
AIho, Personal Property.
Sale Saturday, August a, '07.
TiY VIRTUE OF A DECREE OF THE CIR
cuit Court of the 1'nited States for the Mid
dle District of Tennessee, in ease of MeFer ran
t nl. vs. MoKar A- Fonter. I will, on the 3il
DAY OF AUOUST, 1T. at tbe Ceurtbouse door
in the city ot Nasnville, expose jo tne nigaui
bidder the tract of land on whlMi Felix O. Mc
Kay now resides, containing -1AH Acres, which
Irnrt has been divideil into three farms, con
taining respectively 214 acre. 1W) poles; 18S
acres, 150 poles ; 127 ai-riw, ti pulm bounded ou
thn north bv lands of Robert t'artwright: on
east lit lands of ,S. S. Hall anil Thomas Walker;
on south by land, of John Eubunlu; and on
west by lands of W. D Phillips and Caroline E.
Beel. .Sold without redemption.
TERMS One-third cash. Mature on credits
of six, twelve, eighteen and twenty-feurmotuss,
purchaser to give feurity. Interest from dote
and a lien retained. K. R. CAMPBELL.
jv3 td Special Commistooer.
IOE CREAM AND SHERBET.
HPHE BEST ICE CRRAM AND 6IIERBERT,
4 at 13 cent ner nlnie. ean bo had at mr
old stand on summer stredt, near Union.
Every attention paid to Ladies and Gentlemen.
Orders tor parties will bo promptly attend to
at reasorrable ratos. Open on Sandays fhha 9
a. m. w 12 r. v.
Iunegi ly F. QZANNJL
C. GALLBHER. T. A. MATTHEW S.
Late of Maysville, Ky. Meyortfle, Ky.
C NELSON, Late of Mt. Sterling. K.
Fifth Street, Xear Main,
OALLEHKR, NELSON & CO..
j an e2f 3m Pr prietont.
WOOD & SIMPSO.Y.
Nox. 150 nml 1)2 Front St., nenr U?o&!i.
BOILERS. SUEITf IRON BltftBXi.IlfG,
Oblmneys and Ftr Betl Mod te order.
Repairing ami ererytbtog in wu liee Hri4ly
HENRY J. BVDIEY,
SPBCIFICAATO.fSfANU WORKING ERAW
INGS, made with or wftbeuStaperiatendaaoe
OfEse,. at tbe Maxwell House .
Jeap OvBBTOsr. J. Dai.
W. D. FBiToa.l E JI. Br.
A T THElEAST ESD OF THBSUaPJ5NIf
A. Bridge-.'! am prepared to MPWChybe
Water from the Springs on ibe .beaks of
river, at reasonable rate m inarvrauaw
families during tho season, Xho torn Prof---tland
virtBOS of tnBjwbter hft.TB ttJ
Bounced by tb leading fcikr of b9ty po
nor to that of any otb.r to too country. jn
r7nmniw "" 9 ' "mnem braNanp.
(FRENCH AND eXmMlt.),
TV)R TOWIt) LADIES. BfllARDlNtJ AND
r- ur rPi- ,r"-
1527 and io-ju Nprnre
ih-LPHlA. Pa., will rM
Hireej. PllIX.AiiSi.fitlA.,ia;, WIU
0'TiriJKaDA 1 .
Pren is the Iaugnursr erfh CimfrV' ,tJ1 b
I ooasUntly spoken in tho Initftate.
1 MADAALE D'HERVTT.T.Y.
en On m tie
01 AND DISPATCH
FOR 1 &o rz
A EOLITIOiL, NBWS, COJBIEROM
AND Fx3HLY JODRKAIw - I
irtti ;il -.1. it.fi - ' ..?
The Oentral Organ-otPublio Ssn
timent in Tennessee.
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PAPER Ol THE EEOIJl'e, AN.,(
FOR THEiEEOPIlF. f
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Uovr ia the Time to Subscribe.
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By A CONSOLIDATION 0 THE 'yASH- "
VILLR WNIOJT-AND AMERICAN aod' the'
DISPATOH, and by the generous and uastod
support of the U.viox ajd Dispatch by the
patrens of bath the former papers, the Preprie"4'
tors aro enabled to present a Newspaper hWttJj.,,, . :
to unsurpassed in this city or Slate.
U FULLNESS AND ACCURACY
NEWS, aur paper will compare favorably Ith
the bast in the ontire country; and in sFhtf
this, we only repeat the expression? ef many " "
A . . 11. 1 1
our pntrsns, woo are mim t-ii p n ji i HK'rt'ir.l,"..
pi it ) u
l : tm
In the Political Interests-of1' -
t u ,,. t ! .
The UNION AND DISPATqU. as hereto
fore, wilt take the Constitution and laws for Ha
guide; and in the discttsekm ef all thonewgaml
intticato questions and issues arising out ef the
extraordinary eondition in which the country i
placed, it" will adhero to tho prineiplea as
teachings of the founders and oxpoeiton of aur
government and Institutions. It will endeavor
to guard with vigilance and defend wWi ssirs
rering earnestness and faith the rights and isrte-
sts of all the States, and the esteacial fwiaoi
les which constitute the basis of the KepabHe.
Wo shall oppose all invasions of ifceM, aad'
uphold, to the utmost of our ability, the ml
of the States under them. FeeliBg that the?
are endangered by the revolutionary sohejaM f
the Radioal politieians whe bow bold the Legis
lative ower of the Government, we shall abate
othiog of our past opposition to their mea-
nir. witu tnese views, wnieu nre no lessinan
Atwaund oonvietions. we eannet and will nt
hesitate to defend the unfortunate South fre
the aspersions and impositions heaped upon its
people, and urge that Jwncs and Rioht shall
be meted out to them.
We shall eoaeta&iljr adsomeh the Sottiafrr1
people te be setf-reKauf, and shall do what we
may lie able te induce the establishment ef
manufactories in our mklst for our home pro
ducts. To this end wo will pny special attention
to the cost and statktios of manufiiotBriog,
and exert ourselves to encourage the diversifi
cation of Southern industries ami the develep-
tient of Southern resaureos.
Our Financial and Commer
Every department of booineos has aa laat
diateriuterest in tho markets of the country, and
in lUfinansial fluctuations and eendltlofl. The
man Vrho falls to keep himself properly ad
vised as to the rise and fall of the markets, m
controlled by the laws of demand and sappiy, j
and the relative condition ef tbe eutxetisr. k
exposed to constant loss, and must aeeosMclty
full behind his more intelligent aad eaiot prMax
neighbors. In order to make oar paper TalaaWe
at welt as interesting, wo shall eoatiaae to
make this a spwkai. pwtmi. Oar Da
Market Reports, demedtic and foreign, by t5
grapli, and our City Reports, gotten up at hoaT
expense, have challenged the eomsendaWoa of.
ourbot business men; while eurearrent Ftnaa
eial ReiorU from all the leading money oeatfo
of the country are fuller than have over e
published by aay ether journal in Tonaessseo.
Upon the Subjeot of AgriouliurWTj
And kindred to pies, we shall ateo g4e aa.
tensive variety of valuable aad iateroatiag taat
tr-the beat adapted to the atradag rt''J,
our State, whieh w.ll, ia a great mWV.f'im
ply the plaee of a ftartir agrioaHawd fnv
For the Family Circle,
And for the special ptoaosre and prs4k of the
young, eieli week we will gfre a general Hoatary '
aad religions BsiieeHaay. Ifothiag shaN JM
its way into our oolu'tnns unfit for tho ieraAl4i .
the mothers aad daughters of the laad. Pearo-
eating the deeaoraliting seooatloaalliai of i
contemporary jeurnaW, we shall
ooaraster; striving to give thajroador:
matter, preferring to be tM raohar
Decisions of the Supreme
I a view o tho aeeetsitleil of tho legal arafcs
ton, and tho goaeral puWle laterest aMathtog
to the many new laeattoae ooeilag bifcts oar
Judieial trlhanals, we wBi paMkh alt she toi
portoat dooisioBs ef ihe Sapreaia Coats. Iraai
offioiaf soareoo, wbtoh may be leMed aa as
REDUCTION OF RAT-ESf
We aro gratiae.1 at hatog to atoto ithat .
the very largo iaore ia the Burahoc at aar
Daily and Trt-Wsekly sabserihoro oa&Meo ai tor
rodaoe the price of s Husertottoa to thota odHiaan
We do Hi the laoro cbwufarly beaauoo tho neeat
sities of the peopto, ia too iaipaverielied eoauM
tiaa of oar stricken sect ton, rewires took eaa
eMiioasasoaBbereftMaahty atade ia tholria
teresto. Fro aad afler tha lot January, theta
ore. aur .
TERMS OF iUBaCRIPTIOK.WlLl. B8
And far sherter aerieds at ihe taso rates. "
We earnestly opeaI toor frifHdlH ail
extending our oirealailaa: aad in iSoroay la
eulngjour means of asofulaes. A oopr otho
ptf will bo sent gratuitously to any oae sond
tn lubicriben to either of theedniotu.
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