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WB.NING AM) n.osixo OF Tiir.
M'HIfe
1'lml Northern,
lfefK) midnight
79 A. Mt
Neon-nil Northern.'
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llrt Wattilngton nml Southern vin
, (Uinttnnoeirn.
tM oftitAitht - 7:00 . m.
.Scroiic! Wnvtilnetcm and Southern vin
inaiianooKii.
4 p. v --afo p, v.
Decntur.jileninliU ami Now Orleans.
ISP HiWoitfbt -JaJD r. x.
ttliri-llrlil mid KonluoUy It. It.
HjWa.m -..1M9.V.
Norilm extern R. It.
:':( v. M lOJQ x. X.
I.eltauon vin Stage
I mitlMftU ..JkM r. x.
Thomntvlllo vlu Klnsre.
t SumUf SeU r. it.
Uortlnu' Nlore vlftHli.ir-.
iWsaifHBW midnight J!M P. w.
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Onire Hours.
lid
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KA
ILLR X.NTs nWATUK RAILROAD LINF.
WaflJa AaiMlilliiaJatUm Train
ArtllWKftAvWe.-. 10.00. k.
Leave 77 4.6(1 r. v.
MtrMowtl AwmmmlaUoti Tmbi :
Leave NttlbvlMe at .... 7.41 A. V
Arrive at Nahr!le 2.40 p. M.
.Mesuiibr. Mobile and .N. O. Kxpres:
Leave XaahvUle at - 7.30 v.
Arifveal NhriHe 2-IBa.v.
UMTtPVII.T.i: AND XA8HVH.LK RAILROAD.
Leave Keettvllle at- . WM1 a. w. ami 12.8S p. w.
Arriveat LHUMVlIle at. l.UU P. M. ami V.'JV P. H.
Leave " 7.(0 a. v. smd CJVI p. u.
Arrive at NaeeivIIle aL-rt. p. M. a4 4.1ft a. m.
i'swenger Oar stlarbeA to Freight Train
lave Xaahville at-- - 3.10 p. v.
Arrive at Nashville -11.50 a. m.
NASH VILLI? ANn CIIATTANOOWA RAU.ROAD.
Leaee XeehvUle t ........ 5.00 a. M. ami Ki)9 p. .
Arrive at SheJbyville.. H.W a. m. ami .(" p. m.
Arrive auOhaManooga ... 2.00 p. m. and 2.00 a. m.
I.M3ttaUanKra 7.40 a. v. and 7.40 p.m.
Afflvsjltt Xaahrille 4 JO a.m. ami 4 JO p. .
L&NetVriMe. A. aaM 13W p-
Arrival at Xaeb ville U.10 a. v. and 430 p. J.
(Sttedaye excepted.
XAIIVILMiANDKORTHVrnyrr.RkT RAILROAD
m 1'nwowcer TraW. ; -
Laare Nb'hW at -JW p. X.
Arrive at .lalinimtiville at .00 p. x.
I.oevM JBtiBoenviile At 4.W a. m.
Arrive at Nliville 10.00 a. m.
MMIltflRLD AND KKXTUOKY RAILROAD.
Awive at Najkvtllv at- M.W A. y.
BeaVe Nii-flle at ............1J6 v. x.
rr.KoNAL. Hon. Doreey B. Thomaa
arrived intlie citv ye(erdav direct from
Washington.
Tin: hill authoriing the jinblicalion of
the laws f the State in the Stents Zdlung
wasyesterday defaatotl in the Home on its
third reading by a very emphatic vole.
Tin: liATB Cot;. DBovt The remains
of the lamented Col. DeBow arrivel in the
city yesterday evening on the Louisville
train. The funeral ftervices will take place
this morning at Christ Oiiurch.
Tin: onlv nlace to eet a superior quality
of custom-made boat and shoes, is at 'the
Nashville Shoe Store, rso. 74 North College
choar for cawi. M. Moroakstern.
fehS4-. n
Within the lat few days, a couple of
sharp ra, after boarding about a week at
the City Hotel, decamped without settling
up their tio!l mil. 1 heir good looks and
rather aotileel manners went a great way
in pmenring them rooms, althmirH without
the iHual accouipaMMUMit of baggage.
Hotel keojiors would do well to be on tne;
loouout tor Mich seoMKuroM.
Tin: revivals Mill coatittHM at the First
Cumberland Presbyterian, and the McKen-
dree Methodist churches, with the mot
gratifying remits. In the former church,
Itev. Mr. Davis, of Memphis, preaches
every night to large audiences.
Tin: undemigned hcviae iut return tid
from the Bast, tal.'m'pletuRire to'fnfonn tne
public in general that he has replenished
hie store with the most carefully selected
MmM wf ouatom-madc and shoes,
which he will sell low for cash.
M. MOROANSTKRN,
I NadhvMk ShooStore, N. 74 North Coi-
ittgestroei. iienjM-im
A divpaleli from Memphis states that
(Apt. Dan. C Kinney, accompanied by
his brother Oeorge, would leave that city
i the tmtn last evening r Nashville.
Tlfry will hrrivc herd tb-fl$y.
uManawhr Amlrew Plynn has amia to
Iille, and la minnng the AMle,y of
XftiTh (l.or.. tkn 1lutWawa wlm fitv t nil at I
Iim nmnatrnmcttt. XmtK the attractions.
The Lowisvillo pajerH say that large ain
dienow are the order of the evening.
Pratt. The en so of Pratt remain in
fm. Oovcrnor Ilrownlow had not
taken any action in the matter up to last
cvMtfiiK, and the prrwwer still remain in
I ho county jail.
(iKKTS, loys' and youths' cuwtoin-inailu
plgetl and f-owtnl lwt AH(lj,'ailQriL at the
Nashville Hferto ftrtrf. 74 North College
street. M. MoRdANSTrjsN.
Mhktixo or tii h HhiHo'. The annual
meeting of the BMiops of the Methodist
HjH!6pal CllHr?li, Stlr, will- hike place
in Nnahville. Montlnr,- Awtll 15. The
ltook OtmwiUee and the Hoard of Domes
tic Miebiefn am roniMotl to meet at the
name time and plaoe.
Ryakm, Fitk A Co., have reeoivod their
atoak of dry good, boot atvdialioes, notioot--,
etc, awl r wiw prejxired for the sjvring
traih. 'Jticir goods ware bought iiihmi very
adwnlaAwiiis terms, and they are, therefore.
lrMirotl to oH'er groat iiuluceMKUt lc.
c4H4try marehanta. It will lw seen from
their advcrlisemcnt in this morning's
Union and Dispatch, that their stock is
ceffide4e in cvory dofwrtwent, and we are
wire Hovers will pnmo4c their own interests
by callfHg HiKin this jtopHkr home. They
are reliable lmwnoi mm, and know fully
the demands of the section whieii do pond
upo Naelirille fur a market, am) have pre
par4jl tlfemralvea for tliis trlti
Jtrr received, the ltreeat and 1hI se
lected Mock ,ftf onMoiH-iHade shoes, of all
Cl lHbkv!l It Stwclsrei iso 74
a t i. m
MK Mr!, oiopr't
m M. JV1M
Of tin ctotk (kMnN aH
' fine tdove kid (Wfifc
Ladlv giov kid and mofpfc? h
n tJMnniwi iiw
1 Slore. Ko
Coilege ittrMt.
febit-lm
MAtHrHA-wwC OtKTkm J. C. Phillip,
C A.nVillwwH ad P4r Kih, aard
hafcrc iittHire AWjMM4m t t)V p. x. yes
tertisv. b MMtwM- lUv charge of Hmling h
mt; prattarty f JMttt It KhowUw,
I.i. lHiliiiM wA 'XhUmnn wc-r di
cliixl, ilajjveriHg that they werr ihimi
vNt jtiiw fl"WH wi'hli 1111 ftr i
pMRWfC fcr.trUlto-day.
JoMt ClUgMli JHftm, wie atifeMed attd
liroMekl Mforv 'uuire Usity ttn a charf
of 9KliMg dry noobV from D. K.
at GM(ttri4t. Hr -nt rxmMwiWed for
trial at tfie next itnu of the Urhninal
Court.
l'at JtVHoMs WOM Uttbttn Ivq. PnlterwoN,
olMMd if Thm. Mlf h
mkmm mttHr iWe prdMy TIhw was mo
fwn4aUoi wWerer fir tWe ckarge, and
Pat vm iKiHOiaUy oqHMld the pfefcitff
M ptiy tke Met. Tha
ma) Wfts'fiiiut. aa4
the Jirttbtt dnl rigWt fe reftJ&Mr 'Rwl? K
wy the at. It m a pitjr- (4m u Ad aK
allow a m lo be asawed.
mm
QAaflBaRK.
Kiwifrs. I
Tfortk
TJ tii BLOODS,,
TIir Grrnl Helujrcltnllroad Comma-
luratton-.lttinmu;; IVntcr Tr.Ue-
uorh ou thoClmttntioofju Rnilrnnd In
I'nrl- Swept AnyOHier llrUlnv
31ct the Same I'atoA'ortli Aiisln ill
I'nrlinlly .SuIiuici'R(i1TIii Ciimbrr.
lam! Still on the Itlxe.
Am vre write, the Cumberland, swelled
and angry with the surging floods, rolls
Mt the city in reifaUefiA grandeir, car
rying on its wirace the debris of forest and
fieJd, each minute increasing in voHinie'
and momentum, and Hteadily making in
road Hh'rbugh the Nftrtliern jwrt 'of the
city. The danger resulting from the pre-
Rnl freshet or deluce. hoth hero and'l
further- South, will he hy up. means
inconsiderable. Already we have to. report,
very wrious havoc on the Chattanooga
railroad. The immense trestle work over
Kunnioir Water, near Whiteside, was vw-1
i statel that at least one hundred feetTof
the structure was carried off hy the freshet.
unit that the rapidly increasing floods would
he very likely to demolish the creater Part
01 what remained. hen it is borne in
niind the vast lengtlL and depth of thin
iiwiie-nurji ii is auwiiuone nuiiureu leei
high, and ten times that length it may he
imagined the time it will take to replaee
wnat lias been swept away. e have heard
it intimated that communication with
Chattanooga cannot he established inside
of two weeks.
JJeside the Running Water trestle work.
two otlir bridges, one at the foot of Look
out .Mountain, and the other somewhere in
the same neighborhood, have been washed
awav. Col. Tnnea. SnnprJntenilpnt nf llip
road, he already sent every available man
at his command to prosecute the work of
repairs. As mav naturally be supposed,
a great dc.il of inconvenience to merchants
will be exnarinnoed hv th break in rail.
way communication ; but the greatest suf-
ferers will be the destitute poor of the
ftoutli
Corn hxs been pouring into Nash-
ville in vast quantities of late, for ship
ment further South. Our citymnst now
become a regular store-house tor this
now MMick-needed commodity, while the
destitute poor in Alabama and (Jeorgia
will have to sutler still creator nrivations
tlian they have been enduring. As the
Kunning Water bridge is the other side
of Stevenson, the brook equally affects the
Memphis and Charleston railroad, as it
does the jSashviHc and Lhattanooira road.
Both roadB join at Stevenson, and that
point must remain a terminus for each for
some utile lime to come.
A considerable portion of North Nash
ville is submerged. The low around.
sevornl acres in extent, immediately North
of the railroad trestle-work, is completely
submerged. A number of straggling, one-
story houses, verv recently occupied, could
barely exhibit their roofs yesterday even
ing, all else being under water. As the
river was rising last night at the rate of
an inch and a half an hour, and the rain
still continued to pour down, there is no
telling the desolation and damage which
may yet renult lrom the Hood.
On fll XalivHlA fin1 HftMlnr Villrorl
we heard of three bridges being washed
away, the regular passenger train did
not leave yesterday evening. It is quite
probable that travel will he resumed on
the road at a very early day.
Amushmbnts The Adbi.fiu. Mies.
Laura Keene's benefit last night was really
a rouaing affair, and this, too, with the
worst possible weather to contend against,
rain .above, and slush and mud beneath.
Well, the fact is simply a very pleasing in
dication of the lad v's popularity well de
served as it certainly is. " I'he School for
Scandal" was admirably produced, as has
ben almost everything brought out during
iIisH iveenes engagement.
Another Bknefit The Tk.vxesi:e
Brnbvolknt Association. The very nn
noiincemetrt that Mis Laura Kccne has
aonocnted to remain and devote ono nicht
to the benefit of our maimed Confederafe'
soldiens, will at once call up visions of a'
theatre packed from pit to dome,
am' greenbacks by the hundred to
asstnt the crippled heroes. it was
ceiKTous in Miss Kcene to stay over for a
day or two to lend her assistance and ser
vices In such a noble cause, and praise
worthy in Manager Davis to entirely dis
pense with, the proms ol the night in which
the benout comas oil. Jt will be hgjui, lrom
our advertising columns, that FnuayIfo-
raorrow) evening has been selected as the
time, and the glorious comedy of "London
Awnranr" as the tiIbv for the occasion.
Let there bo such a gathering as was never
bofbw seen inside the walls of Old Drurv:
ami Jet the Jsoarls of the noble ladies who
control thfe Tennessee Benevolent Associa
tion be made glad.
Tin: Streets ok Sew York. ThU
vory popnlar play, which waB received in
it first presentation here with such lively
appreciation, will bo produced to-night by
the stoeK eomnany. uHr.'J. u Larroij wt
It
iTn " . "2) ffi "CT
the
re-
V "
The eroatost variety and the best quality
of cwto4-madc shoes, cotwistingof Ladies'
ami Miaes glove kid Congross gaiters and
ltalmnral s)hps, and side lace, can be had
at the Nashville Shoe Store, ISo. 74 JS'orth
College rtreet, at low price.
Mia4-lm ol. JlOllOANSTERN.
Khookdek's Coi'rtT, March C. Moseh
Howard, disorderly. S26 and costs.
i
licorge I'attereon, drnnic in streets, 5
and oests. '
Scott Thomas, creating nmsnuce, 51 and
oonto,
A. J. Winfre, using language caloulefed
to provoke breach of the peace, anil
H. M. Jones, disorderly conduct, two
CRft, flned in one $10 and oosts; in the
other 990 and costs. Appealed.
All Qi'ibt Among tub FrtiiHDMEN.
Hungry for an Hem yesterday afternoon,
we raHed upon General Carlin, to learn if
there was anything of special iidoriwt trans-
pi ring atftong the colored population. No,
everything was perfectly serene and lovely.
The darkies were, gwierally, at work,
pote of them making a right smart chance
of wages; the juvcnilert were pegging awoy
at their spellers ami readers, while curly
headed babiw were lieing introduced into
the world after a fashion to dispel the idea
of an earlv annihilation of tho colored race.
All tkit was very good, but wc wanted ma
!h ial for tai tling head-lines, and, of course,
couldn't le satisfied with less. Would he
not ltc do sood as to inform its nf outrages
of some sort; the whipping, shooting, or
ill-treatment of some poor unprotected
African within the range of his jurisdic-
tiftp. . the ueerai was sorry an, no,
glad lie couldn't accommodate tis, but really
naHors wore getting along eo nsoothlr that
material for a startling item km out ofith
qitwtiot). He iteped we wooM take it in
good port, MHBotfaiog might turn up in the
course of a month or so, and he would be
sure to give us the beoeit of ic With
tho sooHiing assnrancts, we had to make
the bt of the pheathwi, and retired to bide
our time, like Mica wber, and wait Aw some
thing to Utrn np.
Of court it mnst not he tet down that
tle accident and criial ecflloM
inoiJwit to tlie very Wt raiyilflted eemtuH
niiiea, are foreign to TntmMree. Aalong
m human natnre is what h i tketc owcrop
pinga are to be cxperted ; fio that, when
General Owl in reMrked that there was
netlmig or opecial intereat to rejwt, he,
tkMhtlwa, dW not thereby mean to intimate
that there were aleta'te)y no oriminal
operations resulting in inconvenience to a
nefjro here ami there. Whero there is ueh
nn intenee prejdice ageinn thenogrees, as
in KaK Ten the direct result of the
li-lfif ImkjWo of M.r beloved Saviour,
It wouUj le anmethinc altofether uuex
I"" - 'w mire l Willi i
tm Um wM eeoMally, Tbee naHghtyl
Itadfftilt wBI, of oonree, have their way.
so that Mwli-ocwfonul derreJtl)fw" and
ovtmcM on- the etttered RjHm in tut be r
WtekM Mr fn the nalnrel eeree of thlRgs.
On iLt Mle, the stMtifM i tjulle hope
ful. " -
nU n I Shop Jo una Sonic, ri.n.
I RdliTUKHM I MemODISTCJ PiJBLIUIlJfl
J IfotrsR NashvilliC Tenn., Jilarch C, 18G7.
i ai aneetjljg oj( tne jiasiorn . aim ciergy
of the ilethotlist' Episcopal Church, South,
occasioned by the death of Ilisliop Soule,
the following brethren were present : Bishop
II. JvTi McTyeire, D.D., Tlios. O. Summere
D.D., Roll. A. Yonng, D.D., W. D. p!
Sawrie, Rev. C. C. Mayhew, and Rev. F.
R. Hill.
Bishop McTyeire being called to the
chair staled that Bishop Soule died this
morning, at C minutes past 8 o'clock, -at the
resilience of his son-in-law, Dr. Ira Conwell.
Whereupon a commrnittee of three was
appointed to draw up a preamble and reso
lutions expressing the sense of this meet
ing. Drs. Summers, Sawrie and Mavhew pre
sented the following:
Whereas, It has pleased the trreat Head
01 uieitiurch to remove lrom us our veu
erable Senior Bishop. Joshua Soule. who
died this morning ; and
Whereas, The lass of such a man is " as
when a standard bearer fainteth," causing
mourning through all our ranks; therefore,
Resolved,l. That we, ministers and pas
tors of the Methodist Episcopal Church,
South, of Nashville, are. profoundly
affected hy the loss which wc have
sustained in the death of our venerable
Senior Bishop.
Resolved, 2. That the life of such a man.
one-half of which life was, spent in the
faithful discharge of tlie responsible duties
of the Episcopacy, and almost the whole of
it in the ministry, is a lesson to the church,
and we. his survivors, ought to study it
well, and imitate as far as we can its "rare
excellences, and cherish those great princi-
1"M of doctrine and discipline which gave
h .development to his charaoter and suc-
cea3 to ministry.
Resolved. 3. That it is cause of iov and
gratitude that, though we arc deprived of
his presence, we can enter into his labors,
P"ut uy ins example, and see his mantle
iau on uis worinv successors.
Resolved, 4. That we assure the family
aud friends of our venerated Bishop, that
we deeply sympathize with them in the
great loss which they have sustained.
.Resolved, 5. That' we will attend the
fuuaral of the Bishop to-morrow at 10
o'clock, at the McKendree Church.
Kesolved, C. That these resolutions be
published in the Christian Advocate, the
uanner oj 1'eaee, and the morning papers.
1HOS. U. taUMMERS.
The following gentlemen were requested
to act as pall-bearers: Win.lt. Elliston."
jusq., nev. John Morrow, Isaac t'aul, Lsq.,
Henry Hart, W. B. Ewing, M. Hamilton,
Dr. W. H. Morgan, N. Hobson. Irbv Moi-
gan, Prof. A. B. Stark.
SERVICE AT JICKEKDREE CHURCH, 10 O'
CLOCK A. M.
Openingservice by thepastor,Dr. Young.
Reading the Psalm by Dr. Sawrie.
Reading the Epistle by C. C. Mayhew.
Reading the 1st Hymn by Bishop Mc
Tyeire.
Lxtemporaneous prayer b Df. Summers.
Addresses by BishoP'McTyeire and Dr.
Summers.
Reading the 2nd Hymn by F. It. Hill.
Closing prayer by Rev. It. F. Bunting.
Burial service hv Dr. Summers.
H. N. McTyeire, Ch'n.
Robt. A. Young, Scc'ry.
Children and infant sh6es. of the finest
quality and largest assortment, at the Nash
ville anoe More, jno. 74 Aorth College st.
teb4-lm iM. AlOROANSTERK.
Deservinq, op Confidence. There is
no article which eo richly deserves the
enlire confidence of the community as
"Brown's Bronchial Troches." The
Troches have received, flatterinc commen
dations from the most celebrated clergy
men, lawyers and public speakers, who
speak lrom personal experience. Ihoe,
suffering from asthmatic and bronchial
diseases, cough and cold should try the
Troches. '
FUJfF.KAT. NOTICK.
The remains of the lamented Col. J. D. B.
DeDow reached this city last evening on the
Louisville train. His friends and acquaintances
arc respectfully invited to meet st the Nashville'
Female Academy at 10 o'eloek this morning,!
and accompany them to Christ's Church, thenco
to their final resting place at Mrs. John Johns -Divine
services by the Rev. W. J. Bllis.
Carriages will be in waiting, both at the Acad
emy ana unurcn.
HEATHY J. BUIttLEY,
Architect.
OPACIFICATIONS AND WORKING DRAW
O INUS, made with or without superintendence I
umoe, at me jiaxwen House.
RCPERKN'CCS.
John Ovketos,
W. D. Fcltok.
v!7-tf
J. J. McOakk.
K H.Kast.
Senleil Proposiila for Gravel
Hoofing.
OVf ICfc ApStSTAST Qlt.lRTIll'.itiSTKR, 1
- Nashville, Tenn.. March 4. 18?7. J
O BALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RE-
O ceived at this office, until the 9th inst.. at Id
o clock A.X.. lor.nuttinK on cltlit hundred (SOO)
squares more or less of flravel Roofing, on gov
ernment buildings at this place,
Hie ltooun
unnner. twol
Bonds in on
will be reauired.
iy order Ol urfl. .Mji,tlen,svT hactj,ii.h.a.,
i i s Commatmin'Er Post.
K. U. KIRK".
march3-.rt
Cnpt. and A. Q. M.
SAMPLES A1TD PRICES
S T O X V.'S It I V K K
UTILITY WORKS.
rllet Cmlur. Wooilen.. Ware, i
Ilitcketa, Palls. F.tc.
LSO,
WM.
McrUI.l.Y
.v- '.
GLASS,
- t
PITTSBUR Gr
For Grocers and Druggists. '
Samples and Price Lit at ray OfTicc, Olimn
lier at Coinmrrcc. Itooms.
GEO. F. A K KHS,
febl9-tf COMMERCIAL 11R0KKR.
For Kent.
BY DBCRRE IN CHANCERY. IN THE CASF
of Jno. W. Walker vs. the Shcjltr of Davidson
county and others. I am directedio rent for the
year 1S07 tbe following property, vit:
Tha Store House now 4ceupied by Messrs. H.
B. CheSlham i'Co.
The Store House on flhureh street occupied by
Messrs. Hamilton A Green. And n Store Room
between the two house above mentioned.
Those wishing to rent will enll on me at R. H.
Cheatham Co.', comer of Church and College.
deoS-tf (R, 11. F. WOUDS, Trustee.
I'l'STOM IIOPNr.
SALOON AND RESTAURANT
Old So. 41 New No. 68 Ohuroh Si
(Opposite Overton House.)
J. ' P. DtTGON, Proprietor.
WOULD RBSPflCTPULLY INFORM HIS
f fridaBd tt pabHelbat,havrmgre-Ettad
d fenrWied this favorite rface.. he prepared
to nffsr a Bill of Fare sarpssced by none in the
city. Oysters, Fisb and Game constaBtly oo
band, and servtal up at all hours on the shortest
natK. Harlnr one of tbe best C"k in the
Sotttb, be -can guarantee satisfaction. Furnished
ReeaM with Beard if desired. de?l -tm
Drs. Callender & Buist
jiaxweu. iforsi: aro. 70,
(Next door to Mawiitt Ilall.l
0 illfRsWI tSf KliETt
Hi sis
V
FOR B'EXT.
i
. Ml fia naiunin, to
street, wMb'iarcei
. lfiLiiil tlaua. . ' i
JAMES
AMES WHHTWJJiTH, (kl
F.RCUBAT1IAM, j
No. 87 North Cherry etrett.
des7-tf
.WVni N.Y.fijchingO.l 10 pr.'oKRVA.VT.
thicknesses of naner to be used. I n: : .: i m.: , ,
e-half the amount of the contract V" .l '"' .. ' i - Jrui, 'l
PE'ClAL 'NOTi'dES. .
Owixa to Jha Terf greatly increased demaniL.
fotSVcqjii BJatel7 merianjianj.0tritjiiijii.
nes men. we have been induced to add this
branch of luaimfacturinc to our bn?incs eftub
lislitrifcut, antfTwe hopo thereby.to iareoje mir
(iro&U, and at the same time ave j-ost and
trouble to tbo.e who insy require'Stenoils. Par
Hea wi'hint; to examine specimens are invited to .
rail at No. 52 Union street; and persons living
in the country can have saiuple.vsonUby tending
their nam as and poitolBee address. I
J
inarr-2w E.' L. TAttBOX Jc uro.
You cnn-IIuy the be?t quality f Cumber
land Coal of J. G. Roaeh. at $5 50 per load (17
Lu.'hels.) delivered, Xo. 24 North Cherry Jtreet,
two doers from the Maxwell House. 7 u . .
febSl-tf
A (nrl to In mild. A clarsrymari; while
residinif in South America as a missionary, dis-
rovered a safe and simple remedy for the rure
of Nervous Weakness, Karlr Decaj-. Diseases of
the Urinary and Seminal Organs, and the whole
train of disorders brought on by baneful and
vicious habits. Oreat numbers have been cared
by this noLle remedy. Prompted by a desire to
benefit the afflicted and unfortunate, I will fend
the recipe for preparing and using this medicine.
in a sealed envelope, to any one who need it,
FKKKflrcHtRflK. AddreM
JoiKPH T. Isxav.
Station D. Kible Home, New York city.
feb!4-3m
French Ilrntlierx, No. ?, Broad jtreet,
continue to soli their large stock of Iron, Nails.
Bolts, Nutts, Wasbors. Hinges, Vices, Anvele,
Oum Packing, Hoes, Trace Chains, Steelynrd,
etc. Our Tennessee Iron, Tennessee Plows,
Tennessee Bellows, Tennessee Furniluro need
no comment. Call and examine. We also haro
six eight-wheel Freight Cars, price S3.V) each,
and a platform traek scale. 23 feet, capacity 30
tons, price $t.rO. febG-tf
As eligible front portion of an office on Church
street, in the Maxwell House, can be obtained
h ai'Pb ing at this office, or at No. 79 Chnrch
street, nextdoor tpthe MasonieHall. febltf
To Jfnrry op not o jrnrry ? Why
Not? Serious Reflections for Voting Men, in
Essays of the Howard Association, on the Physi
olog v.tl Errors, Abuses and Diseases induced by
ignorance of Nature's Laws, in the first age of
man. Sent in sealed letter envelopes, free of
charge, Address. Dr. J. Shii.i.in' Hopohto.v,
Howard Assoiation, Philadelphia. Pa.'
jan. ir-3m
Spiling: Out- t. Xow Yorlt4 Cost.
To close business, we are positively closing
out at New York cost prices our stoek of Fine
Groceries, IVines. Brandies, Havana and Do
mestic Cigars. Paxdolfini 4 Riva,
janlO 12 North Cherry street.
Itnrliolor'N Unit- Dye. This splendid
Hair Dye is the best in the world. The only
rue and perfect Due Harmless. Reliable, In
stantaneous. No disappointment. No ridicu
lous tints. Natural Black or Brown. Remedies
the ill effect of Bad Duet. Invigorates the hair,
leaving it soft and beautiful. The genuine is
signed William A. Batehelor. All others are
mere imitations, and shonld be avoided. Sold
by all Druggists and Perfumers. Factory 81
Barclay street. New York. de2My
To Consumptive. The Advertiser, hav
ing been restored to health in a few weeks, by a
very simple remedy, after having suffered several
yeans with a severe lung affection, and that
dread disease. Consumption is anxious to mako
known to his fellow-sufferers the means of cure.
To all who desire it, he will send a copy of the
prescription used, (free of charge), with the di
rections for preparing and using the same, which
they will find a sure Curb for Consumption,
Asthma, Bronchitis, Ac. The only object of
the advertiser in sending the Prescription, is to
benefit the afflicted, and spread information
which he conceives to be invaluable; and hopes
everysufferer will try this remedy, as it will cost
them nothing, and may prove a blessing.
Parties wishing tha prescription, will please
address Rev. EDWARD A. WILSON,
Williamsburg. KingB county. New York.
oct23 ly
WIKU, TOBEY A CO.,
Corner ITniotKitncI Clierry St., Opposite
jiiinu oi irnupswp, milliters, nnu
Dealers In Gold, Silver, Govern-mcnt-NtocltH,
. Compound Intorobt
A'olea, Ijnd Wnrranfa nml Southern
Rnnk Xoles,
m.osiKa pRiaCB this date.
U, S. Bonds, '31 109 ;GoId 131
6-20's 1st series '8 110
Silver 123
. -tASn WAllKASTS,
40s, war 1812 S 40
80. S 85
120, " $120
1C0. " $13
100, not 1812 S143
TES.VESSEE.IUNK KOTF.S.
Bank1 Tenn old' 25'
" dated T.l OS
" 3d " 'BS 10S
Now (Jnn& July) 106
Coup. 10-40's 97
Aug7-S0slst scries 105X
June " 2d " 105
July " 3d " 1Q i
Comp. Int. Note. '
June, 1361
116
July "
Aug
Oct
Dec "
May, 18(
Aug "
Sept "
Oct
116 (Planters Bonk 85
US'.
Union Bk & Cert's W
Bank Chattanooga lt
" Knoxville K
" Mid Tenn . 95
' " West Tenn ' 45
" Shelbyvillc 80
City Bank fti
Commercial Bank 9S
111
no '
Tenn Bonds
1.1
Counons
03 IScoeoBank A3
L & N R R tax rac
Ml Southern Itank !Ti
Corporation scrip 90 'Life & Gen InsCo 60
Also the highest price paid for all kinds of
Southern Dank Notes. Printed Price list fur-,
nished when desired.
We auk ski.i.ino U. S. Revenue Stamps nt Gov
ernment rates of Discount.
Seitfng, Selling
$W to 100 2 per cent djs. ( France 1 Francs
iiiu 10 fw o per ceni uis. .nwnieriana 3 Ml per
J Ldollar
IS per 1 gold
Memphis " Viprem. Berlin, 811)7 per IPrus
Small Drafts K t stan Thaler.
rORRlov KxciiA.vaR .Munich ) 01
England 1 17 10 per IFrankrort V per one
Ireland ono pound AtnesterdamJ Guilder.
Scotland ) Sterling, Corporation checks 9
- . ' ir centiliscount.
Deposits received and collections made on all
nccesible points.
' Office hours. 8 a. m. to .1 r. Mi . . ,
1 ! ; 1 , T 1
Thos. 8. Maek, Pres't. L. Q. Tab box, Caah'r.
NATIONAL SAVINGS' COMPANY,
Corner Union and Collrce Stmts.
The followlug are the rates paid for uncurrent
money. These quotation! are liable to fluctuate, but
may be depended on a sufficient length ottlmetfnr
remittances to be received by mail or eipress,ir for.
warded without delay.
TENNESSEE. Georgia Kailroad and
Bank of Tennessee ......25 Banking Company i.,95
Dank of Tennessee, . Pan of Middle Oaf ,"..75
uateii issi.....oa u..
PUnter.1 Bank.. 86 Bankor Aoguta..;
Union Bank......90 Augusta InsnranceJ..05
Union DankGertr......9(). Bnk r Athens 40
nnkofChattanooga.12 Columbus., 05
Commerce par Commerce .05
" Knoxtllle 00 ." Empire State20
" Memphis. par ntton...3S
" Middle Tenn96 .' Savaunah
" Paris par ' the State efQa.10
" tbe Union par CI,T BBk f AuguUJ
wnt xenn.s
farmers' and Mechan
Buck's Bank.-.-
..par
...GO
..ys
..par
..par
ics' Bank...........0S
Meehaolcs Bank.... .02
Merchants' and Plant-
crs'r Bank Jl.4.; OS
Planters' Bank. 12
Union Bank......... 05
City Bank ............
Commercial Bank.
Merehants' Bank..
Northern Bank. ...
Ocoee Bank....
-12
Bank of Shelbjvllie 80
Santhern Bank. .39
Traders' Bank..........par
Life and General Insu
rance Company...... JO
SOUTH CAROLINA.
Bank of Camden ..IS
" Uhartatnn 17
" (3iKtn 12
" Oorgptown....l3 '
" Hamburg. IS
" Newberry 10
tba State Sou lb
Carolina 15
NORTII CAB0LINA.
Bank t Cape Tear 20
, " Charlotte JO
, " larendon ... Of.
' Com mere. -..I?
" VayetteTllI..ti3
" Leiiogton......in
" N. Carolina...:)
-WaJetKro'...2n
" Vashlngfbn .Of.
- " , Wilmington lft
VanceyvlUe (16 1
Cemmeretal Bank..li
farmer Bant or N.
Commercial Bank. JOS
Careltaa 20
Kxcbange nanK .la llwehanta' Bank 30
Farmers' and Exchange Bank of Iloxbaro'...
Bank...... .....OJ Miner' and Planter'
Manbaata' Bank....lC Bnk...i,.,... . jo
PeopJ' Bank.... ....SB 1
ruaten' aad Meghan. ' rf.asSrinHlKI
tca'Bank .-17 -KSSSR:" S
Cemmeite 45
notrarilsrilie .SA
Sute' Bank 7
Sonthweatern Ballroad 3&
Oatoagnak .U
L0UI8TAKA.
Back of A meriea. per
LoeMaM ft
New 0rleaBS.95
Oa&al Bk .9
CttUea'a Back 95
Cresceat City Bank.. S
Leottlasa SUM Baak.O
tbe OU Domi-
" iobrB'.-W
" Efklcndm.l0
" 6oltTilk 30
" the,Tallfy of
. Tlrgrnta 18
Qrgiata .iS
VheSng jo
" Wlncluater
Central Bank fifT 20
DanvilkBaiit.. SO
EKba Ufa Biak or Yal I
Fairniittat Bank 74
rarmen' Back at ttn-
castte ..... .10
Farmers' Bank of Te 15
Sleehaaic and Trader
Bank
.95
MerrhasU' Bask. .
Saalfrtrn Baek
Ualea B4ak
New Orieaa fkrip.
ALABAMA.
SO
.MMBMctarer ana
farmer' SO
SiafaaBt' Pact; 1.1
BankefHeUb 0 -atVnbacU' acd Umi
" HetpMMry.JtJ ebaalt' BaskX JJ
Staa .. V Ktrnreatern Bank 9
(Vstral Baak i.-a fS SeetbiraaUrn BackM. to
Oemmneial' Baak..JU.lI;T.raulr'iBatikj..jjl. .
Eastern ltnkj..i. 1 i- .-
SeetWa BBk..B NibvllU.AChitfa.li. A
ibgIa
Oatrat Railroad BaakSs
. . . . I sm tn 1 K14 nprronl ili llilcinm
7 liiiui.itiiin i-iu in. iiininr.
PLVANOE ASD' TRADE.
' Gold continues to decline, having opened
in-New York yesterday-' at wis 1S5-
at 11.-30, declined to 135 g at 12:30, an J
closed at 10o I at 4 p. sr. The rale here
was 1S41 buying and 130 selling.
Government securities were quoted in
New York yesteniaj as follow :
S-20s. coupons.-.... 109W
fi-fflB. SI jtfrij (iniinnq 1072!
S-20s, 3d series, coupons- .. 107;
;-2W, new issue - m..tt.i- 0t
lft-40s , or
7-30s 3d and 3d ...... 105JS105?2
Exchange on New York was sold by the
banks here at J premium, and lought by
them at par. . , , , .
There was no change in uncurrent money,
and we heard but little doing. Bank of
Tennessee was inactive at 25c buying and
32c selling.
Union and Planters' bank notes were not
in so much demand, though rates were un
changed. The former were bought at 90c,
amrthe latter at 8Cc. '
Southern bank notes were very dull and
in no demand.
Nashville corporation checks were dull
at 10c discount.
Tennessee bonds sold in New York on
the 2d inst as follows: $0000 ex-coupons
at CCic, and $3000 at COJc,
The exports of specie from New York for
foreigiports last week amonnted to $744,
002. The following will show the total
exports from January 1st to March 2d in
the yeara noted:
1SG7 S5.267.504 1339. $6,331,003
1S66 4.571.201 1S5S 8,015.712
180.1..- 4,197.047 1S57 - 4.309,380
1864 . 8.097.357 1856 2.518.923
1863. 9.323.831 1855 3.739.252
1862 7,007,529 1854 2.737,450
1861 1.259337 1S53 2,530.747
ISfiO 2.612.321 1S52.. 6.802,937
The New York Post, of the afternoon of
the 2d inst., reports a little more activity in
the loan market, but the supply of idle cap
ital was abundant. The Post says: "The
recent sudden decline in the amount of the
balance at the Sub-Treasury attracts some
attention. It is caused partly by theheavier
disbursements of the closing month, but
more, if we are not misinformed, by the re
mitting to Washington of converted seven
thirties and redeemed gold certificates, both
of which classes of securities are counted as
cash till the end of each month, when they
are checked ofTthe books here, to appear,
we suppose, in some form or other in the
the books of the Treasury, in Mr. Spinner's
office, at Washington."
The New York Journal of Commerce, of
the afternoon of the 2d inst., says :
"There is a more cheerful feeling in the mar
ket to-day, but no revival of general trade.
There has not been a time for several years when
all classes of business were so thoroughly with
out life and spirit. Those who must meet the
season's demand with an assortment of goods
pick up the necessary variety in the smallest
way possible, and thus there is a little movement
In various directions, but everyone notices the
absence of heartiness in all the channels of trade.
If the new Congress were not to meet until De
cember, wo should look for more animation after
the fourth of March, but no one breathes freely
while this menace hangs over thecountry. The
market generally presents but little animation.
Tho dry goods trade shows some improvement,
but transactions are mostly limited to moderate
quantities, 'and there is no disposition on the
part of responsible parties to engage in specula
tive purchases. Prices of desirable goods are on
the whole well sustained; for others the tenden
cy is to lower rates. Capital is freely offered on
acceptable stock collaterals at 6 per cent., for
call loans, and upon government securities at 5
per cent, first class commercial paperis reaauy
placed at 7 per cent, per annum discount.
The New York Times of the 4th instant
says :
The trade of the week past continued to show
improvement in tho dry goods line, domestic as
well as foreign, and also a fair demand for gen
eral foicicn merchandise. The export move
ment also improved to four millions in value for
tho week. The custom duties paid in were again
large, and will probably so continue this week,
if not through the new month. Tho demand for
gold for this object, until near the close of the
week, when about $1,510,000 of the 10-40 interest
was disbursed, caused a decrease ot $l,s(X),uuu in
the specie deposits in bank. The greenbacks in
reserve are about the samo as last Monday. The
county bank balances, and the course of currency
In national bank and greenback notes, are now
tending to New York, and as tbe timo season
advances toward the summer months, this
movement, in the absence of exceptional causes
of trouble of a political or finanei.il nature, will,
as it did the samo season last year, lead to in
creased case and abundance of supply in the
moncv market. Of foreign disturbance, thero is.
of course less probability than when tho war in
Germany and tho panic in London were hanging
over the gold and money market last spring.
mnort entries tor tne oast wecc aino
to S5.89S.954, against the total entries of SG.107,765
same week last year. The export clearances of
domestic prounce amount to $4,uu,uf, against
$3,199,051 same week last year. The export of
specie amounts to $709,182, against S7M&3 same
week last year. The customs for tho week are
3,262,201. The receipts of cotton, coastwise
and by railroads, are 21,517 bales.
Tbe gold values ofthoimpdrt entries of foreign
merchandise at New York since July 1, 1SCC, the
beginning of tbecurrent fiscal year, are reported
as follows the entries of foreign specie being
omitted:
Total since July 1 8179.C07.759
Against the same time lastyoar. 197,003,830
Decrease since July 1 $17,492,071
The currency value of tho exports of domestic
produce ana miscellaneous goods lrom aeiri or
including foreign articles re-txportcd.since July
1, 2366, are as follows:
Total'since July 1 3111.377.1S9
Against same time last year 142,920,(131
Decrease since July 1...
$.-n.(!9,49.'.
GENERAL JIAliKETS.
Xashville, M'arch G, 18G7.
Cotton. The cotton market was rather
dull to-day, and in consequence of a de
cline in New York of Jc, closed flat. The
sales amounted to 191 bales, as follows: 4
at 2Gc, G at 251c, 0 at 25c, 133 at 25?c, 4 at
2Gc, S at2lc,:l a23j22rat 26jc, 1 at ISc,
1 at 15Jc, 4 at 2oc per lb!
''Bales.
Received... 47
Shipped............ .....-j....
Corn. Owing to the rain nothing was
done in this article.
Other markets quiet.
7T ! r TTT! j
nccelpls by Kali.
IJ. & D. Railroad, .March G.oG bales
coltori, sundries.
L. & N. Railroad, March G. 150 sks
corn, I car hogs, 1 car cattle, 1 car horses,
1 r - , il . If,.!
3 oags Clover seeu, zo oags conee, luurrcra
and 5 kegs lard, 2 bbls sugar, 19 bdls
printing paper, sundries. . .
. .
MARKETS BY TELKHKAPH.
IniUvlIlo JIarkoM.
LoftsvitLt, March 6. Tobaeco and wtlen
unchanged. Flour, superfine $ Tfe. Ostn
firmer. Pork advanced to $20 50 for aiau. Ba
con firm..
Cincinnati Mnrkelsu
Cincinnati, Starch C Flour dull and un
changed. Corn in large sapply" and the market
dull at 02c Oats 52e. KjM SI 24SJS1 Meas
pork firm. Bulk niuats good demand. Baeen
In fair demand at $4 ftr shoUlderi. Geld
SKIArKt
T kw Torlt Mnrbet.
KrirVn.r XforpK (i CottSn hMTTttnd lOWAr.
Sales of 1S0U bales at J04 mwanng npiaaoi.
Wheat quiet at S3 20 lor wnue juicaigan.
Gold closed at l&X-
AWNINGSi
TSr LlTISTSTTE AWKtS.
BOWE'S PATEJT,
itr Viot to OKBR jet '
COLE, 'MILLER v & CO'S
Awning and Mattreas Paotory,
NO. O NOItTII
coi.i.Eor.
jiTitnrr,
riiirrci iwvtiQ CAN
BE
RAISED OK
I xtmA mt U.ur and without roin? Mt-
side tba door. Every H and style Ssr store
front, doers aad window, made wun neatnesa
and dispatch, and atebeapraHs. Orders taay be
Ml at ne Fac mxR.
Sola Afjjits for the Southern Steles.
Hn fTT Karih Churrr street, uo stairs.
Right for the alieveawnlqa f
unties m Slstef, en ftrerable
ir s aie tor enies.
..ouiities u
, snanVtr
terse.
Bonkn ruU Stal loner jr.
wrvape'r anJfasia,'jlffee, fftrflalehy Jn, I
York, Onii . ' jan lfe f
tm
mm
NEWS-
ARRIVED.
Nashville, Cairo. "
Alert, up river.-
departed. , ,
J. II. Trover, Evansville.
Lonisa, Evansvill?.
March C-
LBAVINO TO-DAY. -
Nashville, Cairo.
The river was rising at this point last
evening at the rate of 1 J inches an hour,
and more drift wood was running than at
any time this rise. Steamboats ivere
within forty feet of the stores on. Front
street, and a rise of 9 feet more' would
bring the water into the stores. The
weather moderated Tuesday night, and
heavy rains again fell, continuing the
greater part of the day yesterday. This
has put a different complexion on the state
of affairs, and the prospect now is for an
old-fashioned flood. Some of our mer
chants on Broad and Front streets are pre
paring for it, and don't intend to be caught
napping.
The Nashville came up yesterday from
Cairo and is at the lower landing. She
leaves at 4 p. sr. to-day for Cairo.
The little Alert came in from up river
ports, bringing a lot of corn and other
freight. She reports the river still rising
above.
The Havana hail not left Cincinnati
Monday.
The Tempest will leave Louisville Sat
urday for this port. Captain Bateman ab
dicates, and Ike Shultz takes his place.
At Memphis, on the 5th, the Mississippi
had risen butoneinch in twenty-four hours.
At Cairo, the same date, the Ohio had
fallen three inches.
At Vicksburg, on the 2d, the Mississippi
was rising and the weather was warm.
Dispatches to St. Louis report the up
river open to Burlington, with the river
there within two feet of high water mark.
At St. Louis, on the 5th, the Mississippi
was slowly falling.
The Anna White left St. Louis on the 4th
for this port, and may be expected to-day.
The Louisville CburiVr of yesterday says:
The river was rising nearly if not quite
an inch per hour, yesterday, and making
rapid encroachments upon the denizens
along Water street, just at the very time
that they had began to congratulate them
selves that the waters had abated and tho
wharf would be free of the tide. The
weather, however providentially turned
freezing cold on Monday night, and true to
our predictions, we had a clear, cold day
yesterday. All was bright and loving over
head, but extrenrely disagreeable and moist
under foot, the sun's influence causing the
snow to melt away quite fast. The ther
mometer ranged at thirty at noon, though
freezing cold in the morning, with hopes
of another freeze last night. A little hard
weather will materially check the threat
ening flood.
The barometer yesterday indicated fair
weather all day, but in the evening the
mercury was slowly shrinking, indicating
more falling weather, though we hope it
will not rain to-day. A rain on the pres
ent snow would make a disastrous overflow.
The snowstorm on Monday was considered
as heavy as the great storm early last
month, but the temperate weather made it
more compact and heavy, thoughalong (he
line of the Frankfort railroad it was fuUv
ten inches deep. If it extended Id tine Kerr
tucky river another freshet may be antici
pated from that stream.
At Cincinnati at noon yesterday the
river had risen 25 inches in the previous
34 hours, with 47 feet water in the chan
nel. At all points above it was also risiiig
in about the same ratio, with cool weatlier.
it Ivor nml Wenllier.
(By Telegraph.
Pakkersborq, March C 10 A. jr.
The river is 22 feet G inches in the channel
and falling. The weatlier is cloudy with a
prospect of rain.
t PoirosrouTH, March 6. 10 a. jr. The
river rose three inches last night. Weather
is cloudy and very cold. Mercury 35.
Eipley, O., , March 09 a. m. The
rlyer rose about 7 inches last night and is
still risiug. The snow is ..falling slowly.
Weather cold.
Pittsburg, March G 1130 a. m. The
river is falling with 12 feet water. Mer
cury 32.
Cairo, March G. The steamer Armada
sunk three miles below Caledonia at day
light this morning. No lives lost. The
boat can bo saved.
For Cairo, St. I.onls, BleinphU nntl i
New Orleans.
fTlHE SPLENDID PASSENGER
I O TiLMIl-rTTU.lt'...
Sinus. Master. Johxxt HAapKR.8"1
Clerk, will leave as above on THURSDAY, the
7th inst., at 4 o'clock p. v.
For Freight or Passage apply on board, or to
C0RBETT i BOYD. Agents.
41 and 42 Front street.
W. A. PECULES. or
raarS-2t HARRISON & SONS. Agents.
TEHHESSEE OIL REFINE
HAVING ERECTED A COAL ftlL RE
finery at the Junction of Brown's Creek
and. Nolensville Pike for the distillation of
Tennessee Oils exclusively, we are prepared to
furnish, at the lowest market rates, the follow
ing prodnct of Petroleum :
Extra White ltur(iiiiig OH,
IlHtilletl liiilirioatorH;
Crude Taibrlcutorri;
, . I ' , ' f
Vnilitha,
J.I . T! -. , f
S I
fl (iur.1 i it
ItlKlioIine,
ArilllllilUUl.
I r r i i
i
tolW,
Oar burning ell bears a fire'tett of1
and ts therefore nac-explMtr-e". '
The Lnbrarateri, as tbe eemUoed tHaier
of all who have wed them ror. are tbe l!
in tbe market.
Orders may be left at tbe Drag Stere ef H. T.
YabTax & Co.'. at tbe offieo f VM( i
HirLEierx. Cherry street ; or addrsee, .
HOMER T. YAKYAN.
mar-tf Sup erln ten Jest.
PETROLEUM .
THE IHTDHRsIGNED AP.E MOW PP.B
pared refill orders Lir
PTBOI.i:t7H. CRUDE ANQ RKrNEO,
tfio predcet ortW ells in Overton eeaoty, Tenner
see, at pritff lewr than the same van ) eb
tained eisewhere. Every kindof oll.IllumlnatlB
and Lubricating, furnished at sbert notiee. TbM
oil has already bees- larzctr med. and tirae
univerealsatMfaetlen.as ebowo iif the nararea
testimonial received. Tba illatnliiatlnri' aB la
vox-trumxs. and It 'Jtf to &P higher ihao tbe
gewernment fire test.
H!Jlrf.fr0J,B "U'
f8BB.
RIVER'
ExeQu(or,i Notice.
: A PERSONS HATING CLAIMS Against
the late Dr. John M. Watson
aro notified
s
her
be barred
ah ueois uue said estate, or
arson
x Jlngg. remaining unpaid first April nixt.
o piaccti in me lianas or n
an oflieer for on II pi
tmn.
ll. W. BROWN. EiV
raar-w
of. JohaM. Watson.,; ,
ROBERT L. CARUTHERS, JR.,
AT. TOl KEY . A,T I'AJV,
.NASHVILLE, TENN-
pvFFrcE OVER THE" UNION BANK.' AD
V joining office of Oarufhcrt JttJooper:
Promptattentum given to- the Collection of
ClMmt. ... , deo2Khn
IT AGAIN.
,M. 0. SULZBACHER,
WHOIK8ALC AND RETAIL OKilER IX
Groc8ries, Wines, Liquors
dirnr. Tol.neoo, DyesliiHs, Et.
No. 13 North Market Street, bet
Church and Union,
AAbiiVILLE TENNBS3ER.
TN CALLING YODR ATTENTION TO THE
ATO,0Kiru,i wuuiu respeciiuiiyinottly yau
that I hare just received, and have now on hand
a. complete stock or Fresh Fomily Groceries
1 ines Liquors. Cigars Tobacco, etc.. etc.. and
all articles to bo found iaa well regulated store.
Having all facilities to procure tbe best and
luraiiojusu in uiarKet, l oner to ray mends
and patrons such inducements as will make it to
their advantage to call and examine my stock
w.u jjtiL-ci ueiuro masing meir purc&ases else
where. Thankful for past patronage, I solicit i
luiiiiiiuaure u mo same.
deol6-3m
M. V. SULZBACIIKH
COLLEGE HILL
F O U N B B Y
XA.NIIVim,K.TK.V.
S.- iE. . J O N.E S.
ON HAND FOR SAL'
Ouo as Mors,. Kiiiiiiie, ntw., ,
One "5 JIorseiKnslno.aeeoRd hand:
One 15 Ilor-tc Kugliio. with iMer
idete. second hand :
v i i i
One 13 Hoi-mi' Engine, new
Six 10 Horse Kns:liie.. new.
Portable aud Stationary Engines
Of alt sites tuado lo order, warranted etjanl'fo'
nhy KniterSlKnKino.
Those in want of.Engme. will give us a call
before purehatfng 8rifi
Mill WorIi
House Fronts,
Jail Worls
Work,
Railing,
Iron
And everysdeseriptien of Irorc Wijrfc. made on
the shortest notice, and wnrranted to give satis
faction. anl-liu
KleH ion Not loc.
Okfipe N Hnyir,LE 0.a.LioiitCo.. 1
February 8. lfe. j.
D
MARCH. 1S07
fel9-td
JAS. II. KENDRICK, Sec'y
(City papers copy.
In Chancery at Nashville.
Siale Of Tennessee Clerks Office. ChahWy
Court at Nashville. January the 1th. 13r;7
C. B. Nlcholls A Co., compIainantV vs. Miaor.
Douglas .t Co., and others, defendants.
TT APPEARING FROM AFFIDAVITFILBD
X in this caaso-that defendant, Koenan is a
non-resident of the State of Tennessee . it is
therefore ordered that he enter bti appearaseo
herein before or within tbe first three days of the
next term of Mid Oourt. ta h hol.t on th ff
Monday in May next, 1767. and plead, answer or
demur to complainant's bill, or the samo will bo
taken for confessed us to him and set for hearing
.rn.H. ..T ,1.:. 1 1. ....t
Jlsned for lour eonseeutivo weeks in thu J
ville Union and DUiuitvb.
ftthr
A copy-Attest : M. B. HOWELL,
. , Clerk and Master.
Guild, Smith Jt Guild, Sol'r fur Cotepl'U.
iu5-4tw
PETITIOX TO NEI.I. I.AM).
Merrill D. Wollls and wife. et. at.1 vs. Martha j
orlevjinilotneri.
I TN THIS CAUSE IT APPEARING TC
X the Court, from the petition or eompIalnanU,
which Is sworn to, that the defendant. Isaac
McCoy, is a non-resident of the Stato of Tennes
see, so that tho ordinary process of law cannot!
be executed upon mm ; it ts ttioretore, ordered,
that publication be made in the Union and Dis
patch, a newspaper published in the city f Nash
ville, for four consecutive weeks, requiring said
non- resident defendant to appear at tho Court
house, in tho town or Cookeville, Tennessee, on
the first Monday in March next, then and there
to plead, answer, or demur, to complainant's pe
tition, or the same will be taken for con
fessed as against him and set down far hearing
i ex parte. January 10, 1887.
k. 11. uieric
janl5-oaw-4w of Putnam County Court.
In Chancery at Nashville. t j
JHato of fennejiee Clerk's Office. Chanceryt
Court at Nashville, November the 17th, 188T.
Presley H. MoMnrry, complainant. .v O. W.'
McMurry et als., defendants.
TTAPPEARLNOFROM AFFIDAVIT F1LBD
in this canso that the defendants. Martha-J.
Edmundson. Richard J. Edraundsen. Sarah
McMurry, Samuel J. Murry, Mary Breeki.J
James Brooks, are non-residents of the State Of
Tennessee : it is therefore ordered that they
enter their appearance herein before or within
tho first three days of the next term of said
Court, to he hold on the first Monday in May
next. lSeT. and plead, answer or demur to com
plainant's bill, or the same will be taken for
confessed aste them and set for hearingex parte,
and that a copy of this order be published for
four successive weeks in the Nashville Union
and Dispatcn:
A copy-Attest : M. B, HOWELL,
Clerk and Mnnter.
M, Vaughn Si. A. L. Demons, ftul'rs for compl't.
ieD2bW4l
In Chancery at Kashville.
State of Tennessee Clerk's Oflice, Chancery
v-ouri ni ixasnviiic, January ine itf, ism .
Mary A.' Campbell, complainant, vs. Wra.ll
Campbell, defendant.
ITAPPEARINO FROM AFFIDAVIT FILED
in tbi cause that the defendant. Writ. II.
uainpoeii is a nen-rewtucni ot tne Btato or Ten -neesee
: it is therefore ordered that he enter
n w apnea ranee Herein oeiore or within the first
three day of the next term nf said Court, to be
held on the first Mendny in May next. 1&J7. and
plead, answerer derunr to complainant's- bill, ot
tbe same will be taken fer confessed a to him
and set tor hearing ex parte, ami I hat a copy of
this order bo puWWied fer four aueeeesive weeks
in the Nashville Unten and Dupatcb.
A ropy Attest- M. H. HOWRW..
Walker A Yaryan Md iL!ui inlt
cemplainant. reba-wlt
In plwinaery at Xai,yiIIe
Ct'atrllerry't
tifttAdftBt. '
IT APPBARIKO PROM AFFIDA VITFIL8D
x la shU eaute iha the defeml&ot. JofaQ fy
ler.ls aabn-reeWesit ef tbe Suteef rentage t
it is therewre erdered that be eater bin appear
aece herein befereerwitnin tbe firt three days
of tbe next term of said Coart, to be held on tb
fiat Mondor in Mar nBxf.pl:, knd pletvi,
aotVel or demur to coniplainant i bill, hi the
same will be taken Cor ruofataed at ty him and
set fer bearing ex parte, aod fbaf a copy ut this,
order be publljbea for fosr sure; a weeks ia
the Nashville DBton and DUipatb
- ikUPTn&tt: tiI.2BI litlVViELti. '
Clerk and MivMer.
a. W. Citdreai, S..'r forijwpl'l.. fqbr?-glt
In Chancerj at Nashville.
Wate ef TeeaeseeH.l(Tk,t OSeev trbaaeery
curi muH, uweisBtr is, iif.
166.
St Aotbonr. earn
i(.JXH C Jtlfoehealet
Jants.
fTAPPBARINO FROM AFFIDAVITFILBD
1 la tbia efluee tliat the defendants, C. tt
Hague. Mat i fci HaghM, ami The children or
C. C Hashes aad Matilda Hughe, whose names
ar unknown arjd dophia lluihea. are Don-ieei-
ordered tba titter enter their appearance herein
day is May next. lsT. and pl.aj, aaewer ot
demur to enranlaiiuLM'i hiu ... iu . ;n
'be faken for MfltMA . TbillJLi"
uf.fv1 i'11' aocw f ttiMwiler
Naihriile Union aad Dlcpateh.
espj-Attett: , MjB. ilOWBLLy
T, , QUrka&dUM aster.
P- MeP. SbhIb. ?ol'r rer eefsel't . . JeS-w4t
J vllleai,L?Sbmp ShTwbanrllla
thaUheJVnnuaX Eletionl.rDirMfBrsilTfak
lace at their (Mice nn lhti?IIi TIAY (TP
Book
A niil
will
will
G. H. WESSEL & SONS',
Wholesale Bakers nutl GonreclIonorS,
Xo. 43 nml 4.1 Union street, Xmli-iu.
ville, Tenn., -
RB P R C T F U L L Y INFORM THBIR
friends nml nolrnna that ih... --.i. .
the wholesale prices of Candy and Cracker to
the following:
Common Slislr f!n.lt- nx. n.n. . m.. d
Candies. xj. and upward ; Butter Cmk. I
the barrel or box. Via. per lb. ; Soda Craef. Sr
the barrel or box 10c per lb. : Pic-Nk Craeksi.
bv the barrel. ln't noll,. pu.i it.u.i i... .1.7
barrel, Sc. per lb.
We are also making a fine quality ef Bread. ,
which our wagons are ready to deliver- to oar
part of thecitr. flenoml l)-,tora in R.. 1.'
ported Teas. Wine nn.l T.innnr. Rju,fh Atw.
and London Porter. Also. Fruits. Nule. RaMtM.
Pickles. Oysters. Sardines. Catsups. Snuou.
Lheese. etc., etc. which we are offering at greaW
reduced prices, and to which we invite ttietie--tention
of tho trade.
icum-aia . n. we.vsf.1. .t so.V
AD. BORNEMANN,
i.oxdox. MAniso.v cor.vry, 411110
OFFERS FOR SALE
OSAOE OBAYGF. SEED.
l'er IIiiHliel. 825.00; Icr Qiinrt, 8I.OO.
VTEW AND PRIMS' SBHD. JUST KH
11 ceived fr. in T ilrui a.. i,.. i
lken iu curing this seed, and I coasidarU a
TERM S-C ASH.
Please send von r order nAw Wwm tu.-.. l.
great demand at present for this seeil.
iVolico of BiHsoInlion.
IMIF PARTNERSHIP TrPP.TJTrtt?nni7 a"
I - -----'""ANA. VXW
.... l?,lnB under the name ami stylo ePttirheyt'
inboura .k O Oonnell hx liee.i .lLaaalni r.
mutual consent. Jos. R. Winbourn retiring.
Aehey. O'Cohnell Co. will rontinue tkajMiN '
neM and assume all liabilities ef the late-tUt
to whom these indebted will make parmank .
1 . II. ACHBY. . ,
J. R. WINBOUW' "-'
February. 187. JASi H, O'CONNMBU
In retirinir from the luulnnu tt nVl.'.J
pleasure to recommend iv iiuvhuim tt.
tormer friends and the public generally' mul
nope thoy will still continue tlienalieaagehr
tonSre so liberally extended. r,1T
telWHiw J. R. WINBOURN,
EDWARD S. JO'N'ES':
M'lioleonle, lloulcr Inf
PAPB 3E,'
No. 3 Inn Block. Public diiam
,
' .
l.f AVLNtl ESTABLISH ED MYSKLFl
s l liiiinentlv in rush villi- 1 luku. dli
Inriirmlne Printer! nml l'nt.lisliw. m
dealers generally, iu this and ailinto
that baviiur perfected arwnaaiueuU n
Iteennblnl at all times t., mni.lv ihaMiW
News Paper, rkit Cap. Latter, Manil&Q
Paper id" every variety, etc., el. AMt?
stock of Printers" Inks nlwajnn tmmt. I
raaanie rates wun all nualine et
from eeuntry Publiehera nml Stulwiets aiiilrtnal
nd promptly attended to. , ,
llinaeng. Ueeswax. Foulhers. ami an EitaM'bT
tlrl
country Barter purelftsed.
lllgliest market prieepaid for C.Mhb.
mi
and Lifctsey Rag.,
186T
A. J. WA8BBH. J, t. wiAJfLW.
WEAKLEY & WAKROT,
no. u aoktji coi.i.yii: triij
NAflHVI LLE ! :. .TIJSef.
1. 1 Jfm
- u
ei
MANUAOTU'iSS
AS
(wsci
lVirOTsFiiALK AXU KETM.
DE.VLER5 IN ALL KfVDS Off
jPAiiiion. cirAMnuit. '
ti
III NINO. 1IOOM. I(AI,1M ,j
nml itf'Vtl 'I
F IT K I T UiR' E
N PRI NO,
HAIIt,
-...TSUI'S
.11 OSS.
AN1 LNIIU'K MJTUmsSs
Freseh and Ara.e4aa
rj.v I
WINDOW
G-LAS,
a 9
NTAINKD ANI FKOSTKO OIV.V. ,
I.OOICLN(J.ULANSIiS, 'tfcli!i
LOOUINtl.dl.AKS P,IrTJILSci)lr.
WKIKVITK SPECIAL ATtBAl
i t . our uae. large, aoa well osenrl
uofMis. i e intend to Keep at irne room m ettn
be found in any market, and oSer tmk lndKt
ments to purchasers ns will moke it W ttek.ie
lerest to uuy lrom
uy from us.
WEAK LB Y i WARtfBK 1
II North College St., MtssftttitMTCim.
N,
anl7m
LARGE STOCK
1
f'liolre .Hplrrlesl riotversi, I'ftliT.
Mhrnlilierj- nml t:verjcriiiir t i
THOMAS (MltTIiAXI), (aUDItMiit,
BROAD STItlDK'XV
Weat of Cumberland e4
HAS ON HAND Til
most extensive sleek
ported Flowers. Mtrubbes, DeritltMHii (
sold at lowest raefc t.rteee. TVna M Jtmt
nuh i are telietted te oaamitMi the Mtfk. mt tH
if aruen. f, iiTI aa
w: eamie,
NO. '21 BROAD HTAEjtfr,
Between Merkvt at C'eNe) UaeAa,
irHoi.rj.sAi.r. iiakchn anjV1W.
kinds ..I (ftmdie. Crackety. Cefi XMXl
- avi. A
TH08. WAIK.
W A IVHsF. p JLK LjD A UK,
aXatoee tie - -
rtiriLL OARwy" ON TM i ajJMHBKat '
T T ineii'nu, WflH3t
to msel ailMne-oij inetH!fj
saeM wHI eJl eo them.
MO l--4 J
, oioir
wtu
i mm
, WIX & WAX.KBRV."
Jon-tf SS PCilI.10 AQOAJUC

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