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UIH&tD DHCH VOL. XXX III. m . .SHVILLE, TENNESSEE, THURSDAY, MARCH 7, JS67 V O 12 I 8i ! N0:-87v J L 3 ' I " " .-ir ni t r - TTRrry 1 1 r- (" 1 ,-' 1 " u -j ; , ' ,. . !"-" - if i I PPglffe -V 4, Tlm'CeiHral' Organ of Public Sen- timfinl in I annaoono M l ' ) f f 1 ' ' I H N.I SubsoriptioPpice Reducl. tii: ii'Mir'or the i'Boph: am - i'uriir. I'Hopi.k. j . ....... ... Now is tbo Time to Subtoribo. 13.Y A .CONSOLIDATION OlMDillt NASIiJ VH.LKUIOWHU AAlWlllUAtfi ana we DISPATCH, and by tbo gener mm! united support of the Usms and Dwi-ireH by tbo patrons f bth the farmer papers, the Proprie tor! are enablod ta prwent a Newspaper hither- Nj?W. ir rlwiUomprelfarroiaw!a the best In the entiro oeuntry: ami in wying thin, we only repeat the expressions of many of our patron w4ia ore nSt capable of Judging in ooh matter. In the Political Interests of the People, . . , .-,., - . . .- The UX10N AND DISPATCU. as hereto fore, wfil take the Constitution and law fpr fU Kuide; and in the dieuton of all the new and intrieate quettien and wwe nt'mnx batof the extraordinary eandition In wbieh the country i placed It will adhere te the prineiples ami teaehlogf f the founde and experitQjM oour government ami institutlofn. It will cndearor to Kuard with vWlnnce and defend withunwa veriitc eareeftneM and faith the right and inte itvf all th State, and the ofwential prinri lo whkh HlmrtUule the barf r the Repuw. We uliall uprxxe nil lnvon of thefe. and uphold, to the utmot of our ability, the union ol the Stateil under thera. Feeliiiit that they are endangered by the revolutionary sphemei) of the ItBdleal palltteiani who now hold the Legil lattvo irfiwer er the OBVernment, we t hall abate thliMt of our pat oipoUion to their maa pr With thwe viewx. which nre no Iwnthsn . n.iound ponvletlon. we cannot and will not lieflfSte'fSHIerottailbewTl the ailioifiMKn4UJii hm llJ JW.R 4 4 Our Jrfa " 4 usiii'iiitttft!ts. Mm 'v. I11C Wo aluill couittntly uJmonlnh the Suthern people'tVbe rfelf-rellant. and shall' dh' wlrat we may be able to Indwte the Mtblihmetit of iuanuelrie In or BiidM for our home pro dneln. JTtHM ond-we will im-poclal attention to the wt snd "watwtios or tannufactarins. and exert HVirlW to enrtrtiraiV'tho diveraifi Mtteri ofmathern' 1ndHStr!i awl the deveUpr neit oBliem reioarewj Our Financial and Commer cial Column. Kvery deirtmet of buine ha an imtne dlateWereetfla tb warfctf thauntjy, and in UtEnonoial fluctuation and condition. Tlio nan who falls te keep htmwlf properly ad Tited a to tha ri.e and fall of.the market!". a rentnJllSa'bMie lawi (3f tlemarf and. tupplr. and the relative eonditicn of the currency, is epeUo constant low. and must necewarlly fall behind hii tuoreintellisent and entetprMns nelehlteri. Inorder t wake enrpapcr'Taluable a well a lnteretimr. we shall continue to make thto a arm.iL tkatorb. Our JDally M.rkeiJUpflrteidMWthJ nd rbrtlen. by tcle v WS or gftr Rport,Kotten upHt hear'y tpbW naTeeWleWfee.f 'tHf Amwendation of curbeilbt4fismehi while ourcurrent Finan cial Retard frm all the leadlnj money centres uf the eeuotp- sre Juller tbanhaye jyrer been published by any oth'er iournalln Tennewee. 1 .'-it f.o: ; Upoii 'the Subjoot of Agriouliure AndlWnSred Wpbw.lw'a ihall ayen, ex ttrvnve Tar4- tf valuable and Interring mat ter the Wt adapted to the ftrminr clftMM of our Stati wWl will, la a frjre, up Ply the ple f a famRy erietVrral pSper. : For the Family Circle, Ab4 ferthoyperfnl plwre and profit ef the yoHtmi, aii week wewHI (tire a general literary and rWo6 m'wcellany. NothlnR hall find .it way,iSturJmn. uft lW cat'ms the ilee)omlioe enatioaliMa of many contemporary jorn4. we shall etchew that charaeter.rtriviwr to five thok-eader nbatantial matter. prrrit 1 ,b"n enMtionnl. Decisions of the Supreme Court. In rtew o the neee4tiei of thelel profei eion. asd'tlH) eneral .pubH Inter est aMMbtne to the maMkgew eMin oowlng Iteftrc our ,uaMWlKl w wW pdWWi'aTl m im portant deetfWt of the weiap CjfUrpro oal feurtet, which T be TtXtii SPO i 1 ; ' i i A til REDUCTION OF RATES. We" lire BtaMftoa to bei Aat tbeery Wrzc i in the nmaWer oar Uaitr Hd Trl-M'eekl tiWcriWr Wk Ha to redtu the )Vcvf wWcriHi to e edMona We do Ike urtwe ohwftirU- IrtMM Hw owe tilioa of Ik people, hs the UtverWe4 4l two w atrWlW tl. roake mh m uwk miW5' V tWf ha lertnta. Prt the W imhkw. t.r, OHT TKKMts or jnyfcWKipriox wu -INAMUXChW a U I.A1I.Y. - 0' TKI.lfliiri.V -00 wr.niti.Y : "J Awd for Awtrt period' at Ike a . WtlWItllt earwuami'W' rnte ntKanatejgntnganB niVTmrieapeuMiHflius f.t.OIUUA POLITICS TUB NI'LIT AT ATLANTA. The meeting at Atlanta on the 5th was m inharmonious on the questions which it was called to consider, that it dissolved without action. Thereujon two meetings grfT! cxprewion to its Trews. One" favored the acceptance of congressional action, and the others opposed it. The views of eacli are appended : aDsoiitmoiife of the acceptaxce patity, ,' Whereas, by the injsteriotis workings of I'roviuence our country has been brouglit into its present unhappy and distressed oonditien, by means and instrumentalities which it is unnecessary to enumerate at this time, in which condition the people of Ueorgia, in consequence of the unsuccesslul Warfare acainit the government of the United States, stand in the relation to that government of participants in unsuccessful rebrtfofi;fna aV a cXJnffence 7rf thi relation of conquered to conqueror; and "Whereas, it has beoomea well-established and fundamental principle of the govern ment of the United States, sustained over- tvftcal m mrrl j lav fTia noAnlaAf inaaiimA 1T by waging war agaimit that government tlttsfl might' conflict which has sacrificed so many lives and so much treasure, the peo t)e if the itwwrreotioiiarv. Stater deprived themselves f governments, and can be le gally re'inTe-terl with -State governments alone by the !aw-makincr power of the United States ; and i : s nliereaR, It has become an-emially well Settled principle with the American people, that all men shall stand in the same rela tion to the Government, and enjoy equal rightaaftd'pwvileges under it, irrespective el the place or circumstances of birth color, race, or former condition; and Whereas, .ko6nf is' rendered, by the present legislation of Congress, ineligible to office, or deprived of the elective fran chise, no matter how prominent or efficient he may have been in the recent rebellion, if he had not held certain offices previous to the war, and had not taken an oath of office to support the Constitution of the United States ; and Whereas, The number of persons in each county in the Sonthern States who arc made ineligible to office by virtue of said legislation, bears but a small propor tion to the number who, though they were engaged in the rebellion, are nevertheless permitted to continue in the enjoyment of every olitical and civil x iht ; therefore Resolved 1. That in the opinion oT this meeting (he dearest and mwt vital inter" pstsofench and every oitieen of Ge6rgia requires that restoration be no longer un peeessarily postponed. Resolvcd'J. Thatindiscrction has already delayed the work of restoration until the interests of the entire people of Georgia are bleeding at every pore, and that all passion and prejudice fthonltl forthwith lie cast n-mli:, and .reason once more permitted to ascend the throne, or we will yet lose rights iiiid interests which we now enjoy. Resolved That it is the sense of this meeting that the.pMple;of (Jegrgia shquld promptly and without the least hesitation accept the plan of restoration recently pn)-, o.sed by Congress. Resolved 4. That in the opinion of this meeting there are persons in each and ev ery county within this. Stale sufficient in numbers and offcuffirieiit integrity anil abil ity, who nre not debarred from voting and holding office by the provisions of this law, l( perforin all the functions of govern in en I. Resolved 5. Tliatweearnestly hopethala-t soon as practicable all thos? who have the right to do So. wJII(Tr) gfiflflTaiUi." enter upon the.Ut'ty:of injUltutingfbr (ieorghua. legal State government. Resolved C. That we, citizens of Fulton county, do hereby proclaim, lo fttr fellow- citizeim throughout the entire Union a sin- cere pt)!posetn our part to lieal the wounds ' inflicted livlie unliappy past, "arid we iake this method of extending to our fellow citizens of every State a hearty anil cordial invitation tf cwriennU 'settlo in'our ifutlst, aKSuring them, in the name of everything that is sacrefl. that thev shall be received and treated as friends, and as citizens of a common country. ; Resolved 7. that a copy ot the proceed ings of this Meeting bo forwarded&to the Reconstruction Committee in Congress, and to GoternqrfJenkins, with the request ihat lie convent! th6 Legislature immediately, with a view of callings convention tocom- Sly fully with the terms prescribed by the herman uttlately poised by Congress. RESOLUTIONS OK THE KON-ACCEPTASCE PARTY. '!.' I We, a portion fthe dttiseris of Fulton counts this dayjassembled in public mect ingdo adopt" flicTollowing resolutions: Resolved, That in view of the present conditteu of thcSmithoru States, . andhe passage of the inllTtary bill by the House of Representatives over the Prostdent'fl veto, wa think it i this, duty and policy of the petplc of Ocorgia to remain quiet; and thereby, at least, preserve their self-respect, manhood and honor. Resolved, Tlwl m'the eventild Ifillflias or shall hecteniei law, we truWthat Gov ernor Jenkins, either alone or in conjunc tion with the Governors of the other South unuStates, will at once take the necoeseiy siepstto have the constitutionality df the same totted before the Supreme Court of thVUnUed States. ; ; Resolved, That we tender to his excel lency, President Johnson, our heart-felt thanks fir big patriotic . effarts to protect th'e'cODsfitutrdh oT the Unftefl States hrH the libertiafl ef.thc people, .. r RosolveUi'hJL oeples Wthfee5 resolu tions be forwurded to his excellency the President of the United States, and to his excellency Governor .Jenkins. NTII.I. AXOT1IF.R INVASION OF THE CONSTITUTION. The Military 'approprtntWljHCVa It was passed by Cengiw, contains the following section, which is intended to defeat the, cofoWltrtarrlgfetoW the Bbieeiive and es tablish in effect a Military Dictatorship at the National Capital: "5 "Sea. 2. And be it further enacted. That tlie headquarters of the General of cnynf uTngtci, ami all Onlcra andTn-; st ructions relating to muitarj- operations, issued by thePreoidentor'retary of War, aViall Ito issued thruali the .General of the army, and, in case of his inability, through tberiextin raRk. "TlieQenral of the army! shall ho! be removed, suspended, or relicv eii !bnfnrt, fer soaignetl to duty elsewhere tlwu at said headqnarten. except at W awii reql, without tlie previous approval of the Senate: and any orders jir inrtiMrtfo'ift reWthg Ift'ltrilitofy dperations iawail oontrsry to the requirement of thii section shall "le null jn& void; Bnd any officer whp shall issue orders or instructions contrary to th prbrlsiorfe ef this Vetion shall lie deemed gwUt-of a m'wdeaieKnor in offW ; ami any officer of the army who shall transmit, convey, or obey any orders or i nit ruction so iwd contrary to the rmvkirf aC MM elifl, JP.Mf1 seh onlers ww'oo isiel, shall bMiable to imprisonnu'nt ftw inrt lwwtlwn twe-nor wore tluMi twenty yi-jir, np.w wjyfttJjw thererlii anv court f HjieteHt jHW'ir tioi." A X1& K.NT lecturer tell of a Letfuou restlnnan with wIhhu be convenHnl, yrjin had never hear.1 of t'oUleti or Washing tn, t4yiewf kwif 5Wftrienan who wi wall.HHl.lnTtm.Syef(." to thrash her.bjis- iHr a man I0w4ht4i wiwiiyntMerfvmlawt gaVeihis arkiNejf Jerwejj'.tMl undertook a Mr. AjmIp., -Mr. WeW. mm. came aitMMr, aim moxiveri TB.NXKSSKE LISGISLATIMK. .Noiinte. nacravERs asd presidents or railroads. Mr. Johnson'oflered the following joint resolution r Whereas, The Legislature has granted State aid to a very large amount, for the 'building dhd repairing fofiraUroadsjin the State, and the bonds ef thrptatcjiaye been, Issued to said roads, with a provision, that said bonds we retf lc used only at par? be It, therefore, Resolved. That anv Receiver or Preai- jdent ofany railroad receiving 'said" aid is iierebyirequired to report; &n oath, to the, irf 4 lt t .1 r 4 '1 vuipiruiier, uy me lsi-uay oi April iiexi Jipw and in what manner he has sold or )ied said (bonds, and if .said bonds have 1 been liied' or sold 'fora less ambuntf'than1 par, then said Receiver or President shall be removed byc the6ovenior,4nd a com petent man appointed to take charge of said road. SKesolved, That all bonds now in the hands of said Receivers or Presidents shall be returned ttheoffice of Jhe Comptroller, and by bin!, in thV presence ofthe' fiover pr.and Secretary ofStatp, canceled paid and said roads be credited by the same. ILaidover. , , The appropriation bill was read arid re ferred. .!, t . , iThe following b! Us passed the first reail- ifg, and rfferredr"1" ' : Uiill to eztebdothe'elective franchise-lo ens. "'P '! ITo amend section 3024 of the Code. fTo insure a quorum in tfie,(?eiferarA!!- seraby. fro aniend Memphis. the" cliarfer1 'of (he'eity of fThe following hills' pa&ed 6ri their first reading: To bulld'a turnpike 'in'Shelby county. To incorporate the Concord Male and Female.ClJege in Jtutherford-county. , To prevent the discontinuance" of siiits in certain cases. A FTEHN'OON SESSION. The following resolution was adopted: House joint resolution askincr Congress that Tennessee be exempt from the direct and" ioferHa'l reveiiutvtax for 1 807 'and House ioint resolution to nrovpnt ehm. iauon in scnooi hooks, oy sciiool othcers. Was referred to the Committee on Common SfflioO'.s. ' " flie bill to amend the charter of the Memphis and Charleston railroad, author-j iajng the road to borrow .one million of J dollars, was largely amended and passed i tl rd reading. imong the amendments was: lAn amendment abolishing the five dol- a'rsper diem allowed to the Commisionirs of the Penitentiary. m Also to amend the. charter ot the .East. Tennessee and Virginia railroad. , CAlso to authorize the Governor to ap-2 DoFnt Directors Oti eir.li r.iilrn'nl in.nrnnnr.! fb to the amount of State aid granted, j lAlso to authorise .the -.issuance ;of bonds! for one hundred and fiftv thons.mil iin1l.qr.ql to the Mississippi Central railroad. 1 HoiiHcufalleprcseiilntlveH. WilfikidrtArcrit, 180.-Tlfe'House was called to order at 9 o'clock, acting Speaker Mulloy in the chair. - THE CASE OP CAPTAIN ORISII.Ur. Mr. Taylor presented the statements of Major HambrigMl and others, in contradic tion of charges made a few weckn ago by Mr. Dutriran retrardinf Cuttnin flrlshfim. s c , v t 1 editor of the Jonesboro Union Ftaq, .Mr. Shiills said it had been intimated thttCheJiail? given' the infornjation to the House which had jdaccd Captain Grishatn in a false light. He denied it. very emphati cally, and desired lo corroborate the state ments which had been just read. BILLS TAKEN UP. Senate bill establishing the Twelfth Chancery Division came up oti its third i reading and was lost. . Thesbill incorporating tbo East Tennessee I Wesleyan University wxs amended in the ' House some days since by incorporating the i Tennessee Orphan Asylum. The bill was sent to the banate, and that body refused to concur with the. amendment The bill motion of came back; to the House, and on Mr. Smith, of Hardeman, the amendment was receded .from, by yeas 50. jiocs 0. The Senate also refused to concur in an additional amendment, incorporating the Tennessee Conference of the Methodist i Episcopal Church. The House refused to recede from the amendment. A few corporation Villa were disposed of, ' when the House adjourned until 2 o'clock. AFTERNOON SESSION. Senate bill to incorporate the Boulevard Turnpike Company, was passed on the third reading. The motion to reconsider the vote reject ing Senate bill creating the ,12th Chancery DilmeVwas carried,' aifdithe bill paaseil'its third reading, ayes 40, noes 23. The act for the benefit of the German population of the State, was laid on the table, ayes 39; noes 41. Mr. Fusoii, moved that the House hold night sessions, until the final adjournment. Lost, ayes 20, noes 37. Several Sonate bills were passed on their first reading. Adjourned to 9 A. m. to-morrow. Tin: on.ir.CTH of Tiir. waiit TnE FROMI9E! Resolved, That the war is not waged, on t our part, in any spirit of oppression, or for; any purpose of conquest, or for interfering with the rights or established institutions! of these States, but to defend and maintain the supremacy of the Constitution, and to preserve the Union, with all the dignity and rights.of the several States unimpaired. Ctmpte, My, reGl.T ; THE FULFILLMENT! Negro emancipation; suspension of the habeas corpus; merciless conscriptions; spieftan"d informers; natioflal debt; oppres sive taxation; negro suffrage and negro, equality; social disorder; impaired credit: Radical usurpation; the Sherman-Stevens military subjugation bill, to destroy the rights of the States, overthrow the Consti tution, and prevent the restoration of the Union. Radical Legislation, 18Gt-67. affhukClmrlestonti G. Xg sai jthat the remains of Lieutenant Ldwin tfeade of the third'OYftf reg1inent,4Vere found in that city on the 25th ult., under somewhat sinjnlar circumstances. The body was buried in the cellar of a home On Legare street, and though it had been under ground fer"hVirly Urn years, wax but slightly de cerrfpeed. It was -wrapped about Willi' s coarse cloth. The deceased had been con fined dHrlag- the siege in the -white house at the west end of Broad street, as a prisoner of war, in company with General Seymour and others, about two hundred in all. He bad escaped, and had been concealed by sen negroe on thaprejnisge in Legare street. While at this rtilreat be died, and thenegrees, fourlng detection, buried the IkmIj in the "cellar, and Laving no coffin, wrapiKnl it in a oloth. After the evacna lion nothing was heanl about Lieuenant Ttftade; anil these facts have only recently come to'lilrht the negrres who hsfl tlnw litirieif liim liavinc leu the city with their wasierAHThe lxdy,Aras remqvello the J Uitr lHpital, to await proer seHii- fPbe Nem adds tli!- at least six fijvo beemlivereil under similar miHlni.CrtS. ince the surrender of the Hty. .KJis jowidtiptfl tit a Central ,ral!a argen ,T9 mi tho I'wiHAVlv.1- (ur MMMtire weeks iu the UlV.Ne UO a wp. . '7iLiJtt: m, b. iiowBLii." Friday; wlUi-S100eacU, tyLJtie tJearyw v : - QV?ajl blaster. tLetiohrS tlfdlr dbtie. -1- , f empl'a. . . JtAlUCAI. YEN03I-I.r.CTUUE ItV WM M.OYD G.1KUISON. William Lloyd Garrison, of Boston, de livered a lecture ou impeachment at ;the JJrooklyn Academy of Music on Tuesday last which, as a compilation of the 'vilest of the innumerable Itadical-falsehoods ,ln relation to the South and as a specimen of the base malignity of th! fanatical faction lie represents, is beyond competition. Tlie following, extract will show thecluiracter oi me wiioie: In regard to my third proposition;. How shall liberty befeeenreu at the boutlfas it-is attheNoith? I answer: remeriiber what the South is; remember that "she belongs to the dark ages, not to the nineteenth cen tury ; that she is the,habitation of cruelty, that she never was. democratic, nor for. democratic forms, except as he iielti ab-j Boiute mastery over the country ; that those who led in the rebellion now hold even place of honor and emolument on her Bofi .where she is free to choosei that the entire "white population, with' few exceptions, are embittered enemies, and the largest portion of them in the depths of moral degradation,. and as illiterate as the heathen in India. Left to herself, the most dreadful corise-. ntiencea may with certainty be predicted.' In that casej woe, woe, woe to the hapless freednien, and woe to every man known or suspected Jo have been loyal in sentiment during the rebellion. Lynch law, assassin ation anil'civil "war Will Jo their Jatabwprk. W(ithin a few days the NasJiyiUe press has staled that a diabolical conspiracy haS' been entered into by certain rebellious citizens of counties of the State of Ten nessee to procure the assassination of a number of leading and influential Union men whose names are given, as well as the prices tp be given for the work, all of the parties being men who were officers in the Federal army, and re siding in the Third Congressional district. Unless predictions. can be falsified, assassi nations of Union men will soon also be the brder.of the day in Caldwell county, Tex as. If such things are done in the green tree, what will be done in the dry 'I If, without representative ra Congress, and while partially subjected to military rule, eager to obtain one and remove the other, this is the spirit of the South, what she' will be emboldened to do when fully rein stated may. be easily conjectured. What then is the inevitable conclusion? Tin's: the South must be kept under the wise and beneficent jjuardiansnip for an indefinite? period: tlfat Is, until she is civilized'and! preponderantly loyal, be that period when it may. Until then she must be allowed no Senators or Representatives in Congress, there must be no bargaining with her for impartial suffrage in placeof universal am nesty that amnesty she ought not to lie granted. Trust the famished wolf with a lamb; trust that the thunderbolt will leave no mark on the object that it strikes, and in'her present condition and mood, trust not either in the will or the ability of the .South fo be loyal. Before she can be loyal .she needs to be regenerated created over lagain. Such is the view taken by Congress on this subject, as set forth in an act for the more efficient government of the Rebel Slatesan act sure, to be vetoed by tlie President, and just as sure to lie passed' over his veto by a two-thirds vote of Congress. Applause. But after all, what real value will there be in such a triumph so long ob An drew Johnson is allowed to occupy the Presi dential chair. Murmurs. The most impor tant step remains to be taken by Congress, and that is the impeachment and removal of the I'residenffroni the office he now so basely dishonors and betrays. Applause. In him the whole Rebel element is centered; to him the whole Rebel forces look as their leader and defender for immediate admis sion to all political rights, both in Congress and out of it. Let justice be executed upon him. or' let those sections of the constitu tion relating to punishment for high crimes, and. misdemeanors, and iinpeachment for these and treason, be expunged from that instrument forever. Applause. The people are ready for the trial and the ver dict. Mene, tnene, tekel, upharain, thou art weighed, in tlie. balances, and art found wanting, will be unhesitatingly recorded. Applause. Let the people, the loyal people, be tested in any little gathering North or South, and they will unhesitating ly respond for impeachment. I mean-the people, not a party or the representatives of any party. Renewed applause' Two parties indeed exist. The one a the Joyal people, and the other is the sympathizers with Jtebels, ,thcir aiders and abettors. Cheered and upheld by such a parly? An drew Johnson ceases to be the President of the United States. There should not be a , traitor in the camp. I strongly believe that the committee on impeachment will re porter favorof impeaching Andrew-John-' son. 'Let iinpeachment be the first and'the , only measure considered and acted upon by ' Congress. In Chancery at Nashville. State of Tennesseee Clerk's Office, Chancery Court at AjisuyjHe, January tne IKUi, I! S. Y. Lark?s?forfififainantfv iAis 'Wttlii ,lStT7, fouski , ct al?., defendants. TT APPEARING FK0M AFFIDAVIT FILED . in this osuie that the defendants, Louis Witkoiuki, Anttiony rvtuson nnd Mm on Witkouski. nre non-residents of the State of Tennessee: it is therefore ordered that I they enter their appearance herein before , or within the first three days of the next term of! - 3 ..:.. . .. . I. .11 i . I ,. r. f,i t niu vuud, ui ua ..cm uu uic iiiDt mujiujg ,111 Slay next, 1SC7, and plead, answer or demur to romnlainant'sbill. or the tame will he taken for conltwsed as to them and set for hearing exparte, andtnata. copy ol this, order De puomnod lor; four successive weeks in tho Nashville Union! and Dispatch. A copy-Attest : M. B. 110 WELL, Clerk and Master. McClanaban Clare, Sol'r forcompl't. marUwtni A 4 I i, i ,' t III Chancery at ISashrille. State of Tenneeieo Oierk'd Office, Chancery Court at Nashville, January the 10th, 1867. Charles B, Prathor, complainant, vl. Goo. F. Case etK, defendants.-' ! TT APPEARING FROM AFFIDAVIT FILED 1 in this cause that thedrfendant, M. JiDrucker'i in anon-reaident of the State of Tennessee: it is therefore ordered that ho enter Ills appearance' herein before or within tho first three days of the next term of ?tid Court, to be held on tho first Monday inHIay next, and plead, an3wcr or demur, to complainant's bill, or the same will be aken for oonfesieil al to him and set for hearing ex parte, and that a copy ot this order be pub I'whed.ioroiir suecesive weeks in the Nashville Union and Dispatch. A ceny-r-AJJtijB.! V and Matter. E. A. Otis, Sol'r for CompVt. marl-w4t .t t Id Oliaifcery at' JfastiYille. Stat of Tacpanee Clerk's Office. Chancery Court at Naswifle, November the 31th, 1S6C. ; David Deshler, complainant, v. B. F. Faster ct al., defendant'. State of Tenn-rt ft H therefore ordered that thev outer their appearance herein before or Sthln tho first three days of the next term of d Vfcurt. to be held on the first Monday in May SKt, iSfiT.nnd rlead, answer or demur to etnpfalOAiit'j'bill, or the same will be token for oonfeswl Hi to them and set fer bearing . ex Tmrte. and that a cony of this order he pufflUhed ftr fHur pejitv-, weoks irfthe Na-eTitle Union Sr.W M. B. HOWKLL. Clerk nnd Master. Rice JL Tbompaon. 8l'r fr cowprr. felCrt-wlt In Clfanceryat Kashvile.-. State.tf T.epnewe-Oleri'a Qce. 9h,5?,, Crl at NasMlfe. 'i 19th'ftoH nncery Isaae M. Hudson et al.. coraiilalrfaOt. vs. An drew Jlngleton et au aeeniiantf. IT APPEARING K.lU.M At riUA l i riLKU in this raue that tbe defendant. Andrew. I. i S.ingleton, n-reauleatof the State ot Ten.- nessee erMbritnltred tha'tihcL enter bis appearance herein betore or W.th'.h the WitMiW lf4U. awl pleaiL answer or demur to compUin- ants' bill, or the same win oe xasen ior eon r . .1 n him and aet for hearine ex parte. ' 1 . " r . t I i r uuinuotl iiir ion , .n ibt 9t ranr i loiaonirr uv 11 . - ,tmr.. i ..,,-,-r" -an yu fro., -i i ' GET A GOOD FIT. Have lour Shirts Made to Order AT fOKE SHIRTS; ' J f fillE FIT AND FINISH OF THESE SHIRTS JL we claim to be Superior to any now offered in this market. .In addition to our Shirt D. fartrnent, we keeij'aun'enriri artrneht'rr'; . "C1 - . ",t - - - -ISO men's rurmsmng liooas, DRAWERS, nr UNDERSHIRTS. SOCKS, GLOVES SCARFS. TIES. ' . ' BOWS. HANDKERCHIEFS. HATS AIV1) CAPS, And in tact everything porUini a gentle man V toilet. R; II. THOMPSON, (Old No. 23) il t'lierry slreel. jnn20-tf St; Cecilia's Academy, "V-. MJJUNT VERNON. iN "e a'i Nashville, coxoucTiiravsigTEKS or the oniiKit or. sr. iiodiink:, Under the patronage of the Right. Rev.! Bishop of Nashville. f PIUS ACADEMY WAB FOUNDED IN 1800. JL for the purpose -of enabling parent) and guardiaus in the South and Southwest to impart to their danghten and ward a thorough and solid education. The Academy is about one mile from the city and is situated in one of the most beautiful and healthy localities in its Vicinity. The Academic Tear consi.ts of two Sessions. each, and terminating about the 20th of June. special attention is given to me mnereni branches usually taught in Academies. For Tkrus. ktc. onnlv to the Mother Snrie- riur, Nashville, Tennessee. jani.-ly. PROPOSALS FOR BEEF. Office Actixo Commissary or Sur.sisTi.xcK, ") r 1 . . iv- . fn . L VUMIlKti,4.MI UAUUAW43, 1.1 .nill ll.i..., IK.l.t r Mnrch 1st, 1867. J SEALED PROPOSALS IN DUPLICATE will be received at this Office until the 12th instant, for furnishing the Troops, HopltaH and Government Employees nt this Vost and vicinity with FRESH BEEF of a good market able quality,- in equal proportions of fore and uina-qunrtcrmcat, (nccics, snanKs. ana Kidney tallow to be oxcludcd) in such quantities as may be from time to time required, and on such days as shall be designated by the commanding Officer, for the period of Six months, commencing April 1st. 13(57. Al?o. Scaled Proposals in duplicate will be re ceived at this Office until the 12th instant for funnelling the, Troops, Hospital and Govern meut Kmplovees at this Pot and vicinity with CORNED MESS BEEF OF BEST QUALITY in such -quantities as may be from time to time required, and on such days as shall be designated liy the commanding Officer, for the period of Six months, commencing April 1st. 1867. J The Beef will be paid for by the Post Commis sary at the end of each month in such fundi! as tho Government may furnish. Satlffactory bonds will be required to secure a proper, per formance of the contracts. Proposals will be opened at this Office at 10. a.m. on the 12th inst. marl-lOt. 1st. L't. 31th U. S. In'f. A. C. S. Eemoval and New Interest. TI r FREEMAN fi. CO, HAVE PUR- . T f. in the firm of DORMAN & BANG, and removed their stock of WALL PAPER to the spacious MUSIC HOUSE, MASONIC TEMPLE, 81 CHURCH ST. The two branches 'of business will bo kept distinct. The MUSICAT. DEPARTMENT, conducted by R. Dorifian and others skilled in the business, will be under menamuand style oi DORMAN & FREEMAN. THE Wall Paper Department Will beconducted. by N.T. JtR. R. FREEMAN. Our GILT WORKS, MIRRORS,' ,! ' PORTRAIT AND PICTURE FRAMBS. WINDDW SHADES, VENETIAN BLINDS. ARTISTS' MATERIALS. French and American Picture Glass, , .LOOKING GLASS, PLATES, ETC.,' Have been removed to s78 North Cherry Street, Colonnade Building,) Where orders will bo promptly attended to W L. R. FREEMAN. J. V. ORCHARD, and W. R. FREEMAN, with other competent workmen, Our senior partner, W. FREEMAN, will re main in Philadelphia, Pa., to" purchase koo;U for both houses. We hope to receive, and will do our best to merit a continuance of the pnblia P janTff ' W. FltEESIAST CO. MERCHANTS' DISPiTC FAST FREIGHT LINE. American Express Company .'tnllMITincnV HIIKK. Ah I.AU11 1 Una ' 1 Central Railroads having adjusted their ate differences. Freight Train connect tieni have been anu iiit.nviiAA id iiisrAiuii NEW YORK THROUGH CAR-H LEAVE DAILY, aa heretofore. , Shippers are assured that no effort will be BY NO 0toERrLINE.rNf.s SoperinUfldent 31. It. PII.CIIEK, Agent, Office. Rhea. Smith Co., Sooth Market .treet. , feblB lm ' . - FRESH GARDEX SEEDS! ' JUST RECEIVED BY It, I". JF.NK1XS, jan22-tf Successor to T. Welkl)rutt. To Tobacco Planter F. ARE J.W PRWIARED TO STORE. nr purehMe TSMjJffl. ,lt&?t. or In MKbeaJr. at eur warenwie, fl MarlctJtTe4t,J "rflle; ' dnn-tr I15.J Jl3, K Exclusive Whole WHITE GOODS,! NOTIONS, GLOVES, i.;'-' NASHVILLE, JOH.f T. FOOTS. J. Jl, NASH. ak f. MDRpUT FOOTE, NASH & 00., Nos. 17 and 19 West Columbia St., CINCINNATI, DISTILLERS OP COLOGNE spittrrs. : ALCOHOLS, AD DOKE3TII) LIQUORS AND WINES. I ".T DKALKRS IX QKNOIMK j It'O B EiltTS O'N t OVJtV V, inotRBtJVKTE'AJfD MONOSflAJII.A W H j; S It I E S. Proprietors of the celebrated brand of Ora ge valley nntsuy.j maylS dly C. W. SMITH, DISPENSING CHEMIST 43D PHARMACIST, Corner Ohiiroh ant! Vine S(h ivasiivii.i.i:, TEA IV. r HAVE THE PLEASURE OF CALLINd I attention to the fact that I have recently improved and ro-furnished my establishment with a law and carefully Selected .tock of I'uto ami Kr?nh Ilruw, Motllcinev. ntul I'hiirmnceu ileal lrepratlms. Also, a large stocV of fine EnglUh, French and American PERBUMERY, includins Extract. Soaps. Oib and Pomadea, Toilet Powders and Fancy Goods. The best WINES and LIOUORS. for medicinal purposes only : choice ClQARh aid TOBACCO. ,. , . . Families cau at all times be supplied with tno pureut FLAVORING EXTRACTS. SPICES, etc.', that are to bo found in a first claw Drug Store. TO PHYSICIANS. I eivo tnv personal attention to the careful compounding of Prescriptions, and have for.this department a full supply of the best Chemicals . . . ... .4 . I f If 41... 1'.., ana iueuieines mat can De lunnu in mc uiiurcu janSOKini . Capital, One Million Dollars ENTEKPKI8BMUKAKE CO., fli" (!1N(!1VNATI. OIIIC. DIUECTORS. It. SI. niSIIOP. of U. M. BUhon li Co. T1IKO. COOK, President Ctiamlierof Oommortv. JOSKPII 0. UUTLEU, Prea't of Larajett Bank. HUGH MoBIHNKY, or llngli aicuirney k i i. L. It. HOLl., of AdJy, Hull Cq. A. 8. WINSLOW, of Winslow A Smith. B11IG8 SWIFT, of Brljra 8wl(t A Co. CIIAKLK3 RULE, of U. Rule & Co. C. M. BUCHANAN, of Bnchanan k Co. ADOLPII WOOD, of Adolpli Wooj s yjo. JAMES 8. WISE, NaahrilJ&Packa Company. L. A. HARRIS, Mayor or Cincinnati. TIIOS. STIERIiOOK, PrMent. VM. B. OASSILLY, VIcu PreaUent. Tlil. Ounmnr I. now oreDareJ to transact a cen- era! Kire and HI jnu lunnraiiceliinlneiia throughout tlie State of T.-nneasee. 11. C. fttff.MAIIlV, Agxnt. Potlclea IsnifJ on flrat-clasa Brick Dwelllog. for live years, at a material reduction on yearly rains. aepU-Cm U. & A.. B.j THOMPSON'S RESTAURANT. Corner College anil Union Streets. tt n TnOMPSOrf WOULD INFOESt HIS! tv r.i.ni .ml th nnht lr. thut lie hai lut fltted nn ml nncneJ an elfcant Restaurant oter his! Saloon, where gentlemen will find at all tlrnea not) only the best the home market afford, bnt also thai best of everythlag- from d distance Having pro-t cured tha services of a flrjt.rate cook, and from myj long experience !n hotel business, I feel confident of, ielng;able to please cnstomr J irreali uysiera rcceiTeu oiuj-tHiw u, 444 4UJ. ittle FreaU Game always on hand. QOT-l-ly it. U. inujll JU.i, imiicwt. , CEDAItJS KING. The Stone's Kiver Utility Works Mnrfrewboro, Tinn. I D. H. C, SPKN-CK. J. n. KAKlNf H ,T ANUFACTURE LARGE QITANTITrES VI nf the linr iDossiblo varieties 01 r.eil i.e- dar Ware at tho lowest posiible prices. Also manutacturers ana aeaiers in on annua u r' AV'nrk nnd Barrels. Kezs. Hubs Hnokes. Felloes. Shalts. etc. We makemorq and better waref than Jiny other factory, and hopolof moreand better uaue See eamplaat siarr'5 uansing timceanu vuum ber of Commerce, nnd address : V, 11. u. arr.KLir,, oup 1. ( Janl7-3m . THE SECOND ; NATIONAL BANK,) OF NASHVILLE, College Street, near Union! Designated Depositary and Financial Agent of tho United States, It is prepared to transact a regular Ranking busiesa, ana turnitn bxeqange on NEW YORK, NEW ORLEANS, LOUISVILLE, AND i CINCINNATI. Government Securities, Gold and SilvsT.bought and eoldon CommiHion. JOHN LUMSDEN. President, W. J. THOMAS, Cashier.. oct2i ly. AGENTS IV ANTE L FOR THK 1.I7K, I.ETTEK9, SPKKCI1K8, ETC., OE HON. ALEXANDER II. STEPHENS, RY HENRY CLF.VELA?D, Late Editor of Augu'ta (Ga.,) ConslitutionBliat. Send for Circulars and see our terras, andis full description or the war r-1 Auare NATIONAL PLBLISHING CO rebT-diWlm' Atlanta? Oa.l "jr. 5".! . HaBRIB, UILLLK k CO., Cincinnati. Ohio. SHANE, Btl.L & CO. ., HILL m 1 . Mear!linl,"llBh.. BELL, HARRIS &r 6,0. NEW ORLEANS. LA. ' ' I Cotton and Tobacco' Faotors COiilMLSSIOX MEBt'lIATS. r.PPf'UKINril TO THE ABuVE. XT HE- iX ipeeifally solielt oocstirnmenM, ffew our mentll. ivespeeiruiir, v , BELLf'HARHfSjl' CO. BBCEEIUiOEa. Mwri. Stratton,Cbeney Re&-'iTe,)n-Mews. Reaument i CV..rClrbT!lle, TerfB. 1 U. a. Kenneuy. mwi.. . , Hen. R. L. L'arnlhen. Lebanon, Tenn twee, (leorge Rumley. Hartsvllle. Tenrnwaec. decl-T-Jin v. v. :orc. star roun, -tso. JOYCE & STAFFOBBj COTTON AND TOBACCO FACT0R8, Commission Merchants, tMO. Union Strf?t,, STAY Oltr.KAjVH. ,QP,E0IAL ATTENTI SAMDKp COWAN, iPTtiimiNcr ikm mane eiMtSTattfent.- 4 -xfdegm ':! .a. 3. A. HANPL. w sale Dealers ui DRESS GOODS', hosiery;-etc: arJER PUBLIC SftlJAKE, TENNESSEE. ' - WATCHES AND JEWELRY. on O CO o B p C3 3 P3 ta A GOOD ASSORTMENT OF GOLD AND .... viwiw, V.I... a reasonable priced.. Every article wnrruninl m rcpriwuiueu. i.r,rAiaunu uene weti ana nun. aatlsfaetidn, .ii heretofore. . . , .. iin . i urtr,, , ..- r . . - k. wiqoEns, 4elS-3ra Xo. SsyfSaetit Cherry St. I860.. .1067.' NASIHIIiLE, CAIRO. OttlEAVS "NEW Tri-Weekly Packet Line.' plIK ABOVK LINK C0MPP.ISE3-THE POL I lowinir splendid Paawnser Packats. IsatIdi! Nath?lt1e during the season i follows:. . t TYRONE. Tom. Harmon. Maitar. laTMTIIP. DAYS, at 12 o'clock si. NASHVILLE. WlLtr Sl.wm. MinUr. Une N.h- vllle THURSDAYS, at 12 o'clock U. TALISMA'N.iOant. STnosn ImrM Nituhvilla SATl'RDAYS, at 12 oVIock.' u. Tha above atisaniera will cummenre tbefr. rgnUr Hrst opaulugof navigation In tha Cum or. and- continue te rnn reiularir trips on the tint opaulng berland nrar, thronghont tlx business season, as per abor h4 nle. MaklngloSe cDutteetlon at Oatro with thivg ular poalula fur Ut. Luuis, SleinpUla and Now Oh lans: fssuins throiub' Tickets to Puientm. and giving through Hills oftLaJIng for f reihlJ to tba above cities, and all avaitabl wav landnigs, at the very lowest rates. Kvery 0art wilt be madd br the OQlcrp and Agents oi this Una to render It ivllabla and deserving the putronaje ot" hlppera and th Traveling riitllc. . . (juuiiNrr uuYii, soecui Agents, No. 21 Front stret, Unpo Wbtrf NaabTilto, Tno. MDll-bm FTjANTERS' UXSK. NOTES. N ACCORDANCE WITH AN ACT OF THE Legislature of Tennessee; passed December 12th. 1830, entitled ait act " T crpedite tho dis tribution of the effects of L'anitJ. which have or may matte nsaignmenU among their creditors." notice is hereby given to tho holders of the notes cf Tine Planters' Banc op Tkxsvsssk to tile them with the undersigned, at the Bank in Nash ville, between now arid the 1st day of January, eighteen hundred and sixty-nine,. (1309.) and re ceive certificates therefor, or they Will be forever barred from uny participation in the asset of tno xianK. me certiiicates will De received at pab in payment of delrta duo the JJanfe. whether tendered before or after the 1st of Janu ary. 18. D. WEAVER, Trustee. dec2o-Jm Memphis Avalanche and Knoxville Whizrnnv three mprdhs and send bill ta Mr. Wkavkr. s. AsnTiLLE GRiCULTUR&L WQRKS, NASHVILLE. .TENNKSftRi: HYATT, ItRICiGH afc HOOHK, UANirFACTCBERS OF ALL E1XPS OP Agi'icultuml Implements. The Dixie Corn nnd Cotton Vlotr, A OREAT AND ACKNOWLEDGED IM-I Xv provement on any cast Flow ever beforoj otlerea to bouthcrn t'lanters unrivalled in capacity, lighlneU, durability and ehcspne. 0 any cast now in tne worm, aiso. WnOUOIIT-HtOX null .VtT.KI, PI.OWsJ CORN-SHELLfiRS. IldRSE-POWERS. STRAW-CUKDERS, Hollow-Ware of all descriptions, suoh, as Ket-j lies, rots, urrns, oaiueis, etc, Kinus o CEDAR WARE, manufactamt by. thermos improved machinery llrase and Iron-bbum Buckets, Pails. Tnbs. Churns, Water Cans, Tanks, and.Cedar Cnests of all sues. HaVInir tbe latpst imiiroveil Maebinerv. an unequalled facilities, we are enabled to furnuti everything in our line at lower 'Kates than 0$ manufactureni In Noilhcrn, Eastern or Western cities. Kvery article warranteil. janll-tim . 8100 to S250 per Month. WANTKR, At.ENTS EVERYWHERE1, Maid-aril Femalt. to eell the Genuine Improved Coiiimoii-Soiino Fiinilly Hew tne; Mnrlilne." Pflee onl' 513. This Machlni will stioh, hem, fell, luokf bind, quilt, braid, am embroider. The cloth eannot bo pulled a pur even oiler every secondstich js cue Evei nSli chine warranted three years. Send for circulars BLISS & MOEATIIHON, Alanufacturera' ijouthern Agents, decVSm Loulsvi ine. Ky. Loolc Out for Breakers ! ONE AND ALLi! JON'T YOU SEE THAT WE ARB SUIU J rounded by Fast Men, Fast Ilorjes, Fast till ron J Af'eultnti anil fnnumtraile 1 ttrtO. k-utut ThenisitnotPQLICYtotakeoutaa which guarantee td tba as ured $3,00,0 in ease of death caused by any kind of an c!Jent. or in case of.inuryJ' w.JJ. tStSC.OO peir Wselc compe'nsdtro'nTortt perlotfurtt t exeeeAl twenty six weets fer any one injury,. Pjliywti be obtained of the ! Southern Life Insiirance Go., OF MEMPHI& TfiNN., on the Mlowlng terms- One day 25c two- day fiOe; three day T' four days $1 (Kfc fire da il 2f; tendays $2 fK thirteen days $3 00; Cfteen dayvKlMh twenty daji it U. tbtity daysjoi two months iD Ok three months Ju(0; twelve months S2w ATlrtbd nbore-tnentfcned icies nml XinliatAJfarebe serured at a momioti notice ffoal anrTtanfoad Ticket OtSce- in the ityj,urfanyeftbrineipol Kfiilnxul Jft Qffiees throughout the entire South. Also at fit). ffNirtb'ShenyStfeet, Naabville.'Xeng, olDci ,. , FRANK E. I'KRRIN, JertS-ltn' -enl Arnt8,l..ld.C ouice i Cs. ,&AED.EJJ SEEDS. trt UAtE Jl T REf RltHD A LAROK V V stifle l wM wW r Je? f'tft UavUL LanJretb BMtlfctVrfe- (.kUT.LiifcrilrhT'P io.l Aiuare. Nawvllfe. 9. A,eiar "ire -I- is " 7 rA.ir or.i;AiAY? I G1TT SH0ErST0RE t - i i BQflT ANI) SHOES1, xoiiti :iri!iiicir .STitllET, - - --e.j 1 ...... A&1IV (V tY. Y. T fP'K V m mm Wm t.-ia.tn ri POtrXM. OP TOBWCcTT.-li VXlvn)'M -Ufhto :Vmtt market price tt In gW'PrWehler. a.tJieia.S6t4.b, "Varhetatreet, XlaXiIHU, -wiwiv to tt ,r Ml.trnu mmm JlW. ..J . i.. 1 I T BRlDStlAW. C6., v iMI " is years established in N. Yl 0ttT?1t:, . " Only infallible remedies known ' 1 ' "Free front PMsons." "Not dangerous to the Human FamllrV -' Rats come out of their holes to die." . " CosTARa " Rat Roali, Ac, Extifrm'A Is a paste used for fiatt, Mier, V?wef, alack and Ktd And, rfv., iff. .- f "star's" Bwl.Bug Extenuitiator ' Is a liquid or wash used to destroy, and also as a preventive for Bed-Xuf, di ' " Costar's" Electric Powder for InsectV Is for Motht. Mutqviloft, i7ea, Hat-But. lutfHt on I'lnKlt, tbiett. Animal; if-e. , . , , II! BcwARK.ttlof.all worthies ImiUtiBjisJ' 3- Sea that "CosTAa'a" name U on each B9t, Bottle, and Flask, before you bnyf A"ddreM. It EX It Y Ft. COSTA . - Sold in Nashville, Tenn. ; S- By ' ' And al Brnggists and Re toilers evsrywue'reS I- - , . l4 ,4, , nisi iiTiaii T l.vrtlfil fas .. - o4 biMi. ' i- - . ' r4 , ' . - ' , ' it.. " O O S T A R ' S CELEBRATED , BUOKTHOEN SALTS,' For Cuts, Barns, Bruises, Wounds. Boils, Can cers, Broken Breasta. Sore Nipples, Bleeding, Blind and Painful Piles; Scrofulous. Putrid en.l ill-conditioned Sore; Ulcers, Glandular S well -inrs.Kruptions.CntaneOus Atfoctions, Ringworm. Itcu, Corns, Bunions, Chilblaint AcjiCfiappaa Hindi. Lips, Sc.; Bites of Spklerrt, InMeH Animals, See., Ac. " ' . tf Itoxea 25 ctv.HO cl nqd $1 i.lae. S Sold brail DruveUts everrwhere. ' '. - And by HENRY R. POSTAR, Depet J tiroaaway, . t, - Ami by ; 4tt. NashviHePTenn. ,. -1 l -..at t a i i? .tarn- '--' - . t.l , . ' 'i .mI ,fKai - i 1 ,J -V) J . 'J- lu. I . . i!l- . , . i.. ' 1 . . I I iir m- mtutn ,t - i , ; : ' - -i '4.- MrtM4.. '" ' - ' 1 t.! . J- .... . ! 4H. "GO S TAR' S I" UNIVERSAL . , COBN SOLVENT. t 7 , lor Corns-, Bunions. Wart. 4e. - Iloxei, 33 itS., 80 els., and I nif e. S" Sold by all Druggists everywhere. ar And, by HHNRY R. COSTAR. .Depot iil Broadway, N. Y. , j-j, )-Andby-. NashvUle. Tenn. - ' , 4, " ! ' .. ; ,.; , m bi'm J,7, ri-itma ai i JJH4i.atf h.mm,j; B,i wfc,... i i Mi ,:: i- cTJSJa h, 4M)tt Vlt ii i! h iUii.u v , -i jit r-,'4.vKf aJi "COSTA II ' S " - 1 PREPARATION OF Bitter-Sweet and Orange Blb'sstfins TirTIKO TUK COM il t.-.i. r.'n ek.u in ijiu mi i.jMri.KAiii.1. Use icd tif Soften and Beautify the'BkiHfrV re Freckles. Pimplw, Eruption. &fc , . adfes are now irfng it fn ptttiFitmi if IN move Ladfe otnr. ... . ,;-,. Bodies, 91, SoIdbya!ltffuKgrY,vaAwneri: - And by ,1IENRY R. yiraTA R. Dewt M BroadwaytiNt Y.. ,.t. v.iiur. - Andiy- , NMhvjlle. Teon. U ..i .lrt;y 1-,1 ,ti ., ivMijuH ... i .) tomtA .Ij&t imm W u.i'5iMi . ! .raf. ... . 4i, flt ' taae ;m vwMt i .,- ' - i 4l tut " O O S T.AJi.: S," PECTORAL i COUGH" KEMED,Y, UIBU.UI.I 44I417.I, "'4.b iaa Aoroai ana uuflg. . S Bottler, if, ctsr u eU and Si iie. VgL Sold by all DrugiU everywhere;"' - X3 And ty, i NuhvtBejsXttsB. . t '.. . i t4i. . .tv.i, 4ti,, i ., i W lJt it: A Mijkal -k.t jl .4 Sfi,.jh m la, -tit. .?.., i . t s4str' - - -- - j-t - i a itm if i . -f. Shi t & ' ('. ...I . . , . t t J 4 . ' ' 1 ' . ) C O S T AK.' sJkl CELEBRATED BISHOP PIIi'LS, As TiNIVHRSAL DINNRR'PILll i Fo; Ne'rvona and Skk Headache. Coctivaa ltMIIxsli6D, spa pa , i. il iu uu j , .uouiirjiHl Uoa, Diarrhea, tfelle. tfbllb; Ftvere anU gOM ral denagetaant ot the Digejtive 0anf! . Boites, 25 et-, 50 et., and II jIjm, nil 4bld by all DragBUta everywhere. 93. And by HK(RY H, QO&MR. Depot 4 llraadwar. New Yrlr 3.Andly ' XfsJavHlt. finn. deera-sm-jxw . , . Cl. Ij l . A . v !... a t Mf.ittriw. j. ,mnm r. ipm ts tji r- mi.9)t