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Mall and Aremmodatton Train :
Leave Nashville at - .'
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Memphis. Mobile and N. 0. Kxpro:
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mvo Nahville at 1.00 A. M. and 5.00 P. .
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I,ve CbalUneoea T.Kt a. . and .W p. .
A&m at : NMhvllle 4.30 . if. and 4.30 r. v.
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(4itreet Churpli, recently tranferre4lo t,6
renttl, and Hie introductory sermoi? will
he preaclicnl by the Eev. J. M. Ifalsell i(
liagtoK this mornitig at 11 o'clock, Jlie
' "lspeclB of thin church are now very en
couraging, and, under the enerpetlc pas
''ISralb of Dr. lWel1, we predict that lta.
itiaueiice will be felt in (hat portion of the
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' Tin. J. M. Burkouoh, nsai8tanl Interna!
rf venue collector, in confined to his bet! 1"
-AVJnuhester bym severe paralytic stroke.
JiiBClreenville Xcw I!n rportthe gale
milu nmtlll Wt tlltl) 11P.
-' IM BtTVlTIi UlllCn Pvuin " I f
wnraiuing 700 acrw, for $11,000.
Don't forget the sale of the goods, elc.,
of HalltflPliotographic Gallery, by Aehey,
OJConnell t Co., to-morrow. ndver
- lippinent for particular.
A Pbmai.f. seminary at Salt Lake City
wan recently broken up by the principal
r marrying the whole achool.
Tnr. Morrintown Gaulte says the fruit
, frop4ifi East Tennessee, which was about
equal to a wheat crop last year aa a source
, .of revenue to that section, iUH,ininjnrtd.
Tun favorite "tipple" of the temperate
Boda water was in great demand yester
day. Our neighbor, Demville, and J. C.
"Wharton & Co., had nn cxtcnwvo run upon
Biioke JAir.. All the prisoners, five in
number, who were confined injailatEliza
bcthtown, Tonn., made good their escape
last week. They were charged with vari
ous gradea of felony.
TilU finders of the body of Jessie Hal
Jlabird, who jumped overboard from the
steamer J. L. Graham, about the 1st of
March, received the $500 reward which had
been offered through the pre by the
friends of the deceased.
The railroad committees appointed in
ftumncr and Wilson counties to proceed to
Louisville and negotiate for an arm of the
Louisville and Nashville railroad to Leba
non, will leave Gallatin on Wednesday
riMt on their minion.
Tin: Odd bellows of Gallatin contem
plate uniting with the fraternity in this
city, on the 2Cth Inst., in the ceremonies
commemorative of the preservation of the
order. They are to come down on a spe
Wiu.iam I. CnusK, Kq., of HunMville,
Ala, died on the ICtli inst., of buriii re
ceived a short time previously, by the ac
cidental turning over of n lamp as he was
Orpiiaks' Fair. The fair far the bene
fit of St. Mary's Orphan Asylum opens at
Masonic Hall to-morrow evening. We
trust our oltiiens will boar in mind thU ap
pHol of the orphan, and respond in a very
StNOurroK, at the jwktoflice, has Har
,Mr8 Mafoaine and Frank Leslie's Lady's
-Magatine for May; tho Chimney Corner,
Ledger, CllpiMjr, Wilkes' Spirit, and the
other literary and illustrated papers for
the current week; also, the .latest dail.M
from the lending oltie-i.
At a late meeting of the Lebanon Pres
bytery of the Cumberland Chtiroh, Messrs.
T.C. Anderson, D. !., and II. W. McDon
ald, 1). D as Minister, and R. 1 Caruth
ers, and Vm. ludenlale, as Elders, were
elected as delegates to attend the next
.2Wh f the General Assembly, to meet
at Metuphi the 3d Thursday in May.
Samtakv Deputy Marshal Ambrose,
in tHMupanv with Dr. Jo-lien, made a tour of
iiispectloneftterday through the alleys and
lek jwrts of the city, and thqy report
them In a verv filthy condition. Measures
will be immediately taken for cleaning up
and securing the health of the city during
the approaahing warm wither.
We have recently peen.in use some hair
oil and perfume ler the handkerchief, pre
pared by our young friend Cofer, chemiat,
atUe dre store of T)r. L. L. Coleman.
The ladle could not desire preparation of
raercdulicimts fragrance. And then there
is nothing of an injurious nature used in
Tjiu WoKWr8 Fair at Paris. The
great palaee where the exhibition will
take place embraces an area of 140,184
square yards. France occupies 01,000
mii are yards, England 21,668, and the
United Jjtntes only 1000. This diminutive
apace will hardly give the Yankee a chance
te ahow off his sliodd, painted hams and
irnnilnn nulnam. Tlip rtflrflirnrV inclu
ding the park, amount to mere than a half
millien m cubic yarns, ine iron won;
amounts t 13,200 tons, or which 10,000 are
I.a nrtui t mnrtliinArv rrnilAri- 'T'ho win
111 K 0..v.j. - .....
daw of this gallery present a surface of
M(700 HjHare yarus, anu inosc oi me oiner
galleries square yarus.
More than eighteen hundred years ago,
on this morningMary an dT 'Martha stood
around the tenantlcss tomb of the Savior.
The vestments of the grave were there, but
he who had lingered there for three days
had heard the same voice which awoke the
dead Lazarus, and had come forth. The
morning sun, which had veiled its face in
darkness and woe at the crucifixion, was
now spreading its rosy beams on Calvary's
blood stained heights, and waking' the city
of Jerusalem to life and activity. The
birds carolled their matin hymns, the
flowers shook their dewy fragrance on the
parsing breeze, and even buisy man, un
knowing of the resurrection, went to the
marl of trade to plv his usual avocation.-
But woman, who had lingered longest at'
the cross, was the first to chant the rang of
the resurrection. How beautiful and vug
gestive that the month of April should
have been selected for the resurrection.
All nature had lain" for months in the
tomb-like embrace of winter. The genial
sun of Aprii had breathed upon the barren
branches, and touched them into flowers.
The mortal has put on immortality. This
festival has been kept with religious en
thusiasm from that day to this. The dark
ages which hung like a funeral pall for
several centuries over Europe, did not oh
literate the memories and hopes which
cluster around this day. The pious Catho
lic in the "Seven Hilled City." and Venice, j
rlorence and America, will chant this
morning the same Te Dtum, and the Epis
copalian, whether in Europe or America,
will repeat the same service. Though
earth has a thousand tongues, religion
speaks one universal language.
'hr'body of Ihelatelftase Hallabird, of
Cincinnati, who jumped off the steamer J.
L. Graham, some weeks ago, near Carthage,
and was drowned, was brought to this city
Friday night, yesterday had a coroner's in
quest held upon it, and averdict i:i ac
cordance with the facts returned. The
body will be sent to Cincinnati for inter-1
H, Ql.AY Brooks has opened an office
at No. 4C North Cherry street, under the
law licencing labor brokers. This business
will now be taken out of the hands of irre
sponsible parties, and fanners making con
tracts .will not be imposed upom-.ns here
tofore. We commend Mr. Brooks to their
Tun work on the railroad bridge at
Bridgeport is progressing rapidly, the
north side of th&lsland all the span are
up, but the frameWork is not completed
so that the Supporting trestle w6rk cah b5
'withdrawn. On theftduth side of the island
tllere are still three spans to be put1 up.
The"workinen expect to have Unified, the
bridge by the first of May, so that trains
cari iasH over:
.The following enneAsoe.appointmenls
have been confirmed Jy th niled Sjates
Senate: .. , .. ;
S. L. Warren, Unjled Stales Attorney,
for western district,
T.L. Tomeny, Oniteil States Mara'hal,
for western district. '
T. T. Cvpert, Assessor Tnternal Reveiine,
Cth district. ' ;
Wm. W. Webb, Collector Internal
Revenue, fith district.
Wk observed on the train that left Nash
ville at two o'clock p. .v., yesterday for
Louisville, Col. Brownlow of ihe Kriox
vllle Wiiy; Mr. Woodward, of the New
York Herald; Judge Guild, of Gallatin ;
James Trabue, one of the leading mer
chants of Louisville; Hon. Russell Hous
ton ; Col. Watson M. Cooke, of Nashville ;
and Col. Leib, of the U. S. army.
The Nashvilla Shntzen-Verein have a
meeting to-morrow on their new ground,
at RumerkorfPs garden. A delightful
time h anliclpated'bj- the hunllTeUrof bilr
German fellow-citizens who contemplate
taking part in the festivities of the occa
sion. There will be some firstrate shooting,
for tho association embraces many crack
shots; and there will be, also, good eating
and drinking, splendid music, and offerings
made at the shrine of Terpsichore.
Tjie Lebanon Herald tells the following
good thing on a worldly-minded young
man of that place, who gallanted a pious
young lady last Sunday to church : "Ar
riving at the door, worldly-minded young
man declined entering. Whereupon pious
yonng lady seized his liatf and, placing it
under her cloak, sailed into the church
door, leaving worldly-minded young man
standing at the church door, minus his
hat. The last heard of the worldly-
minded young man, he was seen wending
liis way down the church aisle as demurely
as if nothing had happened."
Fatal Accident. The Lebanon Her
ald says : "We learn that a little daughter
of Mr. W. H. Harris, four miles west of
town, on the Nashville pike, met with a
fatal accident last Tuesday evening. She
picked a bean up from the floor, put it in
her mouth and swallowed it, unfortunately,
down her windpipe. Every exertion was
made to save the child, but unsuccessfully,
she dying in fifteen minutes after swallow
ing it. She was a beautiful and interesting
little girl, some two or three years of age.
The atllicted parents have our spmpatliy
io this their great grief.
Apiu-phi Theatre. On Monday night,
a number of the members of the stock com
pany recently playing at the Adelphi will
take a beneGt, when will be produced the
drama of the " People's Lawyer," and
the " Angel or the Attic," We trust
that the theatre-going community will
crowd the house to its utmost capacity
on the occasion, and thus enable these dis
ciples of the "sock and buskin," who are
in pecuniary tistre', to settle their board
bills and return to Lonisville.
We witnessed yesterday an experiment
with a model of " Staples' Double Acting
Force Pump," the patent for which has
been purchased by Mr. J. E. Rust, of this
city. It is very simple in its operations,
anil not liable to get out of order. Placed
In a well or cistern, a chiM can use it, anu
water oan bo thrown with the force of an
ordinary fire engine. This latter feature
makes it invaluable for the country, where
it might supply the place of an engine in
case of fire.
The same patentee has gotten up a most
convenient kitchen table, which will be of
great advantage in the making of bread.
To the Pi'blic in Gkneral Your at
tention is respectfully called to the daily
arrival bv express, of custom-made Boots
and Shoes at the Nashville Shoe Store,
74 North College street.
mch. JC-3m. M. Moroaxstkrn.
HiTS FOR THE SPRING!
1? II ID OC
or ALL Clil.OES AVD QCALttr, AT
WAIN fc WAIKER'S.
BEIKO KXCLUSIVEI.Y IX TIIK HAT
and CAP bHt4noM, we can offer a more ex
tensive and juried stork than any other home
in the city.
WAIS & WALKER,
(Sueeeamrs to Wattrfiald k Walker,)
laarli tf -a Ptrni.lC HQ PA It K.
Insure Your Ilomca.
riHIB TENNESSEE MARINE AND FIItF.
I i sllKA?fCE COMPANY li a afe and
reliable 110MK OFKIUK. BUks on cttntry
dwelltegs Miieited. Lew 'fWp.
aprS Jm p.
Agekcy. -Ed. C. Clarke
has had an experience of sixteen years in
New York in filling orders for all kinds of
merchandise, andhis reputation as a prompt
business man is of the highest character.
The references appended to his'card in this
morning's paper embrace the names of
leading and well known merchants, which
is guaranty that orders entrusted to Mr.
Clarke will be propeily attended to.
The Home Monthly, edited by Prof.
A. B. Stark and Rev. FelirR. Hill. The
May number of this monthly presents an
unusual variety of reading matter. Wc
are glad to see the editor in his own pages.
The idea has become prevalent in literary
circles that creative capacity and extensive
literary culture, are unnecessary in the
management o"f a literary .magazine. Lit
erary taste is absolutely essential, but when
not supported by a strong original, grace
ful style, is apt to be lame and insipid.
Subscription price $3 per annum, in ad
vance. Branded Barrels. An internal reve
nue officer has been prying into the private
places of drinking saloons in this city, in
search of empty barrels having the revenue
brand on them. The.laW.makes it theduty
of saloon keepers, so soon as a whisky bar
rel, or an ale or other barrel of spirits, is
emptied, to efface the brand, and he is lia
ble to a fine6f($10 on ' each barrel found
on his premises without the brand being
erased. In one saloon on South Market,
five barrels, were found with the brands on
them, and although the keeper had no in
tention to defraud the government, but was
ignorant of the law, hp may have to pay
iLfc.fine. All saloorjfk'eepvra' should make'
themselves familisrwith the law, and ob
INQ.UE3TONTHK BODY, OF JESSE HaLLA-
EIRP. At an inquest held before Geo. W.
Norvell on the body of Jesse Hallabirdf
of Cincinnati, Ohio, the following jury
was' sworn: . . Joseph Kinkaid, foreman,
Saniuef J. Knight," John P. Dale, F. M.
Woodale, George W. Morris, Thomas Ken
nedy and A. . Shorril. They returped
the following verdict:
We. the jury, from the testimony intro
duced' in this case, and the'ldentification of
his person, do state that the said Jesse
Hallabird come to his death by jumping
from the steamer J. L. Graham, in the.
waters of the Cumberland river, and
drowned, about the 1st of March, 18C7.
Witnesses: Ge$? W. Hanmer, H. H. Han
mer, and James Gillice. The remains
were;plactd4in a metallic case, and forward
ed last evening by Adams' Express, to his
friends and relatives in Cincinnati.
Circuit Court of the Unted States
Hon. C. F. Trigq Afril 20. United
Statesrs. ,-Thos. Pf Murray and George
Maney, indicted for treason, cases dis
missed on plea of amnesty.
W. A. Brien and X W. Johnson were
sworn and' admitted as attornies.
" First call of docket finished.
Mr. Campbell, the clerk, sends greeting
to attornies practicing in this court as follows:-
Notice. Attornies U. S. Circuit Court
It was this morning announced by tho
court that on Monday next the docket on
the law side would le regularly called the
second and last time when the causes will
be tried or continued. Attornies interested
would do well to attend.
E. R. Campbell, Clerk.
Criminal Court, Hon. John Huqu
Smith. State r.- W. O. Hyde, malicious
StaleE,r.TeterrPnrcelI, -found guilty of
larceny; motion for new trial overruled.
Sentenced to ten years' imprisonment in the
State t. John Urant, stabbing with knile
resembling bowie-knife. Verdict not
Motion tor new mai in the case ot j; p.
McAffee, found guilty of larceny, over
ruled. - - -
State vs. Patrick Mullins alius John
Ater, carrying skeleton keys. Sentenced
to eighteen months' imprisonment.
state rs. liewis Uiiams, larceny, sen
tenced to five years' imprisonment.
Recorder's Court. John Wileman,
careless driving, $5 and costs.
Ann Lucas, disorderly, costs.
Mary Jane Humphrey, disorderly, S25
Evans Humphrey, disorderly, $5 and
Magistrates' Courts. Con. O Don
nell, tried beforo 'Squire P. W. Brien, was
fined $2 and costs.
The other magistrates hail none but civil
The following letter, published in the
Gallatin Examiner, puts a quietus to the
foolish charge of the Radical organ, that
force had been employed to secure a colored
delegation in the State convention from
Gallatin. Tenn.. April 17. J8C7.-We,
the undersigned, were present, by invita
tion of John Stewart, colored, when a letter
was read to the said Stewart, which was
published in the Nashville iVew and Times
of this date, headed " Rebel State Conven
tion Colored Alen Threatened a rami ot
the Managers." In which letter it is
stated, among other things, that the colored
delegates of the Conservative convention
are mostly men who are under the influ
ence of tbreats, fear, and consideration of
personal safety. " 1 am here as a delegate,
but not of my own will. 1 never gave my
name as a delegate, but I live in a country
infested by the rankest Rebels and the
moH villainous men. I have a large family
and a farm, and if I do not go to the conven
tion I will be robbed or murdered when I
return home." And when the letter was
read to him. the aaid Stewart stated
distinctly that he went to the convention
of his own tree will ana accord, without
threats or coercion from any person what
ever, but said he was advised bv colored
persons at Gallatin not to go. lie is the
person referred to as the author of the
letter which was written on the cars by P.
H. Murray, and witnessed by Columbus
Johnson, one of the undersigned. We
take pleasure in stating that there has
been no coercion used, and no colored man
is in danger from the people of Sumner
eotintr. in conseauence of attending or not
attending said convention or any conven
tion. So far as we know or believe, we
can bear testimony to the people of Sumner
county doing tliecoloredman ample justice
as a people. Columbus Johnson,
jiillery vy. jvey,
The above statement is correct, and I am
the erson alluded to as the author of the
letter, and I went to uie convention as a
delegate of my own free will, and shall
vote the Conservative ticket.
Great Excitement 1 It has at last
been decided that the best Boots and Shoes
can only begot at the Nashville Shoe Store,
No. 74 "North College street.
mch. 26-3m. M. Moroanstern.
R, T, KIRKPATRICK,
NO. 58 COLLEGE STREET,
PXQVT IN RECEIPT OF IIIS F5UAL
supply of Seasonable Drycoods, and
every thing in tbil lino may be loand at hit
establishment, of the best quality,, newest
designs, and at the lowest poMible prices. 11 o
begs to refer particularly to hU stock of
Spring- nnl Summer I)re OootU,
Nllu and I.nce Wrapping,
IIone FurnliilUnpr Good,
And Q90DS FOR BOYS' WEAR.;
DR. W. L, NICH O.L
Corner of Ctierrr and Union wtreels
Residence at NICIIOESON HOUSE, corner of
Church and Spruce street.
To TebHCco Planters.
Tr-Tt? aow vnvtr unvPlWIin TO. STfTRI?
VY Hhlp or purchase Tobacco, either loose or
in hesaheads. Call at our Warehouse, No 2"
Market street, waumue. , .
desU-tf IB. HUGH McCREA & C.,
As -Auxiliary Society Vf !the Confed
erate Orphan Asylum ha3 been organized
in Sumner county, Mrs. Geo. B. Guild,
President ; Miss Francis King, Secretary ;
and Mrs. H. B. Bonde, Treasurer; to
gether with the following Vice-Presidents,
to-wit: Mesdames W.F. Holder, Hal Ma
lone, D. P. Hale, I. N. Guthrie, Gen. Don
nelson, Dr. Wells, Dave Johnson, Judge
Guild, C. C. Cantrell, Miss Sue Bellott,
and Miss Corinne Dobbins.
On JEiuter liny.
The Jewish Passover, called by them
Pascha, was kept by the Jews in memory
of their miraculous deliverance from the
bondage of EgypL by the slaughter of all
the first-born of the Egyptians ; the name
was derived from the Hebrew verb Pasach,
which signifies to pass, or leap' over; be
cause the destroying angel, who slew the
first-born of the Egyptians, passed over the
houses of the Hebrews withont hurting the
first-born, their doors being marked with
the blood of the Paschal Lamb, which was
killed the evening before, and was an il
lustrious type of Christ, who, by his pre
cious blood, delivered us from the tyranny
of the devil. This great feast the Jews
kept on the fourteenth day of the first
month of the ecclesiastical or sacred
Lunar Year, called by Moses Abib, by
Esdras and the latter Jews Nisan, cor
responding to the greatest part of our March
and part of April. This was the moon of
the vernal equinox, and was the seventh
month of the civil year of the Jews, which
they followed in all computations in
secular affairs, and which they began
from the month Tisri, or the autum
nal equinox. The Pascha Lamb, which
the Jews killed, tore to pieces, and ate.
and whine blood'preserveil them froJn the
hand of the destroying angel, was a figure
of the death of our Saviour, and of his
blood spilt for our redemption. This fes
tival, began jesterday, says our contempo
rary of the Louisville Journal, is the true
Christian Pasch, and is called in the English-Saxon
language Easter-Day. In the
beginning of the Church, the Jewish con
verts in some places kept this solemnity on
the fourteenth day itself, the same on
which the Jews celebrated their Passoyer.
But the Christian Paschal feast was in gen
eral appointed by the Ajwwtles to be kept
on the Sunday that followed the fourteenth
day of the moon of March. The. Roman
and all other chnrclies of converted Gen
tiles oIerved this rule.. The feast of
Easter is the regulator of all the other
great movable festivales of tho year, and
has always been celebrated in the church
with the greatest solemnity, as the first
among the five principal feasts of the
Christian religion. The administration of
the most holy of sacraments of Baptism and
the iLucharist is performed on it with
tiie utmost solemnity, and the church com
mands all her children to receive the latter
on if, threatening otherwise to, cut them off
from her communion, so that a disobedi
ence to this her precept is a kind of volun
tary .excommunication of a person's self.
Those, indeed, who are found unclean on
this festival, are obliged to defer their
Pasch, by the advice of their spiritual di
rector, and make it on the second month,
with the unclean in the old law. The forty
days of Lent is Instituted at this time to be
a preparation to this great festival, and it
is distinguished by every other privilege.
" This," says St. Gregory Nazianzem, "is
the festival of festivals and the solemnity
of solemnities, as far above the other feasts
jn the year, even of Christ himself, as the
sun outshines the stars." This distinction
arid extraordinary devotion were due to
the great mystery which we commemorate
on it a mystery great in the ancient types
and prophecies, by which it was foretold
great in itself and great in its fruits.
W; FREEMAN & CO.,
81 CIEURCII STREET,
Pianos, Organs, Sheet Music,
AND ALL KINDS OP
. . C . 1 11 1 rliljilrn..n V.n
Nciile, II. F. MILLER. GABLER. and other
first-class Pianos. Also, for tho celebrated
W. FREEMAN & CO.,
78 Wortli Clierry Street,
U.IN'UFACTUSKRS AND DEALERS IN
GILT WORKS. MIRRORS.
PORTRAIT AND PICTURE FRAMES.
French and American Picture Glass,
LOOKING GLASS. PLATE3, ETC.
W. FREEMAN at CO.,
81 CHURCH ST., MASONIC TEMPLE,
piuain and decokative
In Chancery at Nashville.
ria nf TcnnB3ee Clerk'g'Oflice. Chancery
Court at Nashville, April the 6th. 18(5".
John Reid, adm'r, complainant, vs. Kitty Ail
TT APPEARING FROM AFFIDAVIT FILED
A : thA ami.mli.il nml nn nnleuiKntal bill ot 1.
n (Vm nilni'r of Peter AI. Winston, dee'd. vs.
U. M. Yont, Jr.. adm'r, etc., and others, in this
couse. that the defendants, a neirro woman
I L-i:, l.. 1, Vinhnln. an. I
UBUICU J.ll.tt nil n uui luiiuieii, ' ."
others, whose names are unknown, are non
residents of the State of Tennessee, and their
residences are unknown : it is therefore ordered
that they entertheirappearanco herein before or
vcithin iliH first three ditvs of the next term of
said Court, to be held on the firt Monday in
.May next. 1867, and plead, answer or demur to
said nmended and supplementary bill, or
tho samo will be taken for confessed as to theci
and set for hearing ex parte, and that a copy of
this .order be published for four succesjive weeks
in the Nashville Union and Dispatch.
A copy A H est: .u. u. ."" r.uu.
Clerk and Master.
Vf. F. Cooper. Sol'r forcompl't. nprtHtw
In Chancery at Nashville.
.State of Tenneefce Clerk's Office. Chancery
Court at Nashville, April the 3d, 1S5G.
S- B. Spurlock, complainant, vs. D. Weil and
IT APPEARING FROM AFFIDAVITFILED
I in this cause that the defendant:), A. LouU,
II KnsAnhim nnd L. Meis. are non
residents of tho Stato of Tennessee: it la
therefore ordered that they enter tneir ap-
Searance herein before or within the Grft three
ays ofthe next term of said Court, to beheld
on the first Monday in May next. 1S67. and
plead, answer or demur to complainant s mil, or
tnn snma wilt lin tnVpn fnr confessed aS tO them
and set for hearing- ex parte, and that a copy
of this order be published for four successive
- I.- 1 .1 '. 111- ln:An.n.l Tll.HiafMl
A copy Attest: M. B. HOWELL.
Clerk and Master.
Eat i Spurlock. SoVth for compl't. aprS 4tw
In Chancery at Nashville.
State of Tennessee Clerk's Office, Chancery
Court at Nashville. April the M. Is67.
S- Steinaw, complainant, vs. D. WU nnd others,
TT APPEARING FROM AFFIDAVIT FILED
-1 in this cause that the defendants, A. Louis
Rosenheim and A. Meyers, are non
residents of the State of Tennessee: it is
therefore ordered that they enter their appear
ance herein before or within the first three days
of the next term of said Court, to be held on the
first Monday in May next, 1SC7, and plead,
answer or demur to complainant's bill, or
the same will bo taken far confessed aa to
them and set for hearing ex parte, and that a
copy of this order be published for four succes
eive weeks in the Nashville Union and Dispatch.
A copy-Attest: M. B. HOWELL,
Clerk and Master.
Neill S. Brown. Sol'r forcompl't aprfl 4tw
New Tailoring Establishment,
DANIEL. J. HCANI.AN WOULD BE
pleased to see his friends at
NO. 2S CHERRY STREET,
(North of the Maxwell Ilouie.)
marl2 3m NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE.
Broad Street Bridge Comp'ny.
AN ELECTION WILL BE HELD AT TIIE
Toll House of the Bridge on THURSDAY,
lueiuiuii. - - - . v....
Directors and Treasurer, to serve for the ensu-
iax twelve montns.
iprll 2w A. W. BUTLER. Secretary,
THREE ELEGAOTLY FURNISHED
Rooms, with everything necessary for house
keepinc. for a gentleman and wife. Inquire at
this omce. aprl6 lw
Wc, the citizens of Nashville, see by the daily
paper, that our friend and fellow-ciliien, Mr
John W. Longhurt, has been brought up before
the Board of Aldermen and Councilmen, for re
appointment to his former office, and to receivo
hi., salery for his services. We, hundreds of his
friends, would like to pee him in his former po
sition, as we know him to be worthy and a good
5Iellcnl. Not only in this city, but this
entire country has become familiar with the
reputation of Dr. Coleman, as tho most reliable
and successful practitioner, is his speciality, in
the South. Perhaps no physician has given
more attention to, and applied himself more
earnestly and assiduously to discover the most
speedy and positiro cure of Dlscnues of -lulled,
Diseases of a private nnlnre.
"Mnnhood's Debilities, Self-abuse, Ner
vous Debility, Sexual Infirmities, etc..
than he has. Patients who reside in the country
can havo the remedies applicable to their sev
eral disorders forwarded to any port, carefully
secured in a portable compass, and in every
respect of. convenient use. Ladies need not
hesitate in applying for advice. A personal in
terview is not ai.wavs necessary. Medicines,
with instructions, can be administered through
the medium, of correspondence.
Dr. Coleman may always be found in hU
OfHce, in the rear of his .Drug- Store, on Mc
Leinore street. His medicines are carefully and
accurately compounded by educated and accom
plished pharmaceutists. Address,
L. L. Coleman, AI. D
aprll tf 210 Church St., Nashville, Tenn.
Kalian Awnings mode at short notice.
Bkf.ch, Maklovk & Co.,
aprltf - :No.2$5 North College.
ON THE OPENING OF A BILLIARD
Room it is generally the custom, 113 every
one knows, to nave several champions preaeut to
entertain tho public roa a few hours; but on
account of so much suffering among our people,
we thought proper to give the orphans of this
city and poorot Chattanooga that benefit, which
we have done for the lost two weeks. And
again, as it is sometiuios the custom of giyin;
premiums, such as watches, etc., and having
proof of the last twe weeks' business that the
citizens of Nahville appreciate our efforts to
help the needy, wo have therefore concluded to
give ten per cent, of our profit to the poor of
Nashville, from the lstdar of April, 1S0T, up to
October 1st, 1S7, (six months, which amount
will be-remitted weekly to the Mayor of Nash
ville. We hope that the amateur bill fard play
ers and the public in general will appreciate the
cause and .sustain it.
CAUVIN & BERTIIEOL.
.marSO.tf Colonnade Billiard Hall.
Deecli, flianlove t Co. have just received
a large eto.rk of Carpets, all gradea, and are
offeritn? them at the lowest market price Tor
cash. V No. 0Gi North College.
O. Itohiiie, Trimming nnd Varlety
Nlore; 13ft Church Street, (Kirkman
Block. The latest Novelties in Stnple nnd
rancjr Trimmings). All the friends I made
the last fifteen "years are politely Invited and
requesteiito bring their friends along.
Tho' Old establishment on Union street will,
for the present, bo kept up, in first rate style,
toe. mar31 tf
Have Your IIoti.se Belli Hung and
Kepniredliy.a practical Bell-hanger, at T. P
Wadk's, No. 5 Deaderick street, sign "Big
Bell and Cross-Keys." Safe nnd Bank Looks
made and repaired. All work warranted.
lteeclit Jianlove fc Co. have jupt received
alarce stock of Spring Mattings of all widths
and colors. 2f. North College.
I will positively Sell Cheap for Cash,
the followingrgoods :
Alen's sewed jmd pegged Calf Boots.
Men's fine setreS nnd pegged Calf Gaiters.
Men's Balmorals nnd Brogan!Shoes and Boots.
Alen's Oxford Tics.
Ladies' Glove Kid Gaiters.
". " ' ' Balmorals. . ;' ',
' " and cur Kid side lace Boots.
" Dressed and undressed Aloroco lace Boots,
Cloth Gaiters and Balmorals..
" Buskins and Slippers.
Misses jClothOaiters and Balmorals.
" Ciilf and Kidsewed laco Shoos.
" " , pegged
" GL.ve Kid Balmorals.
Child Gaiters and Balmoruls, sewed and pegged.
Infant Shoes in great variety;
At the Nashville Shoe Store. 74 North College
street. M. Morcunstkrn'.
A Card io Invalids. A clergyman, while
residing in South America as a missionary, dis
covered a safe- and simple remedy for the cure
of Nervous Weakness, Early Decay, Diseases of
the Urinary and Seminal 'Organs, and tho whole
train of disorders brought on by baneful and
vicious habits. Great numbers have been cure d
by this noble remedy. Prompted by a desire to
benefit the afflicted and unfortunate, I will send
tho recipe for preparing and using this medicine,
in a sealed envelope, to any one who needs it,
frkk op charge. Address
Joseph T. Inmax.
Station D, Bible House, New York city.
Darlielor'a Hn.tr Dye. This splendid
Hair Dye is tho best in tho world. The only
rue and perfect Dye Harmless, Reliable, In
stantaneous. No disappointment. No ridicu
lous tints. Natural Black or Brown. Remedies
the ill effects of Bad Dye. Invigorates the hair,
leaving it soft and beautiful. The genuine is
signed WiViam A. Satchelor. All others are
mere imitations, and should be avoided. Sold
by all Druggists und Perfumers. Factory 81
Barclay street. New York. deadly
Selling Out at New York Cost.
To close business, wo are positively closing
out at New York cost prices our stock of Fine
Groceries, Winos, Brandies, Havana and Do
mestic Cigars. Paxpolfim 4 Riva.
janlO 12 North Cherry street.
An sllgible front portion of an office on Church
street, in the Alavnell Houje, can be obtained
by applying at this office, or at No. 79 Church
street. nextdoortothe MasonicIIall. febl tf
French Itrothers, No. 3 Uroad street,
continue to sell their large stock of Iron, Nails,
Bolts, Nutts, Washers. Hinges, Vices, Anvels,
Gum Packing, Hoc', Trace Chains, Steelyards,
etc. Our Tennessee Iron, Tennessee Plows.
Tennessee Bellows, Tennessee Furniture need
no comment. Call and examine. We also have
six eight-wheel Freight Cars, price S350 each,
and a platform track scale, 23 feet, capacity 3)
tons, price $450. " febG-tf
To Consumptives. The Advertiser, hav
ing been restored to health in a few weeks, by a
very simple remedy, after having suffered several
years with a severe lung affection, and that
dread disease. Consumption is anxious to make
known to his fellow-sufferers tho 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 game, which
they will find a surk Cure roa Coxsuhptiov.
Asthma, Bronchitis, Ac. The only object of
the advertiser in sending the Prescription, 19 to
benefit the afflicted, and spread information
which he conceives to be invaluable: andtiopes
every sufferer will try this remedy, as it will cost
thera nothing, and may prove a blessing.
Parties wishing the prescription, will please
address Rev. EDWARD A. WILSON.
Williamsburg. Kings county. New York.
J. LUMSDEN & CO.,
UANcrACTCaiKS axd dkalcks is.
HIDES, OILS, LEATHER
Findings, Curriers' Tools,
No. 9 .SOUTH MARKET STREET, No. 9
N ASHTIIXE, TENNESSEE.
B. L. CTAKLKT.
T. 1. TABBROCOB.
WEAKLEY & YAKBB0UGH,
NO. 6 NORTH COLLEGE ST.,
" CONSTANTLY ON HAND THEBE3T
qualitie of Flour. Coffee and Sugar, which will
be sold at lowest cash prices. Also, fine brands
is without material change,
having opened in Nejv York at 1SS, was
13SJ at30:15, ISSat 11, and-closed at 133
at 3 p. jr. Brokers here'Wreoffering 137
and holding at 139. S
Government securKiea werelquoted in
New York yesterday as follows:
v-MOs, coupons ..iJs.: 10Miai09;
9.1 uri.i w.nnrn. ..... int?Siirk
6-3Qs, 3d series, coupons.-- KHK108,
5-203, new issue Hr. 10723l07
10.40s. , 9sv5a ss
7-30s .".. 105 (dlOtjV
7-30i. 2d and 3d scries U&XmOoy
Exchange on New York was in good de
mand yesterday; the hanks weie check
ing at I premium and buying at par.
But little was done in uncurrent
Bank of Tennessee was firm at 2530c
buying and 33c selling. Other Tenna
see money and Southern bank" notesf were
dull at the advertised rates.
Nashville Corporation checks were: very
dull at 1012c discount..-
Tennassee bonds sold in New York on
the lGth inst. as follows: 59000 ex.
cupons atC5, $5000 ex. cupons at G5c,
$5000 ex. cupons at G4?c, $2000 er. cu
pons at 64J; and on the 17th, $2000 er.
cupons at 64Jc, $3000 ex. cupons at C4c,
$4000 new at.G3c, and $10,000 newat G2Jc.
Georgia bonds sold at 70c ; North Carolina
at 4347ic, and Missouri at 9493fc.
The New York Journal of Grmmerce of
the afternoon of the 17th inst. says : 'The
market generally presents but little ani
mation. There is not much disposition
manifested by responsible parties to engage
in speculative purchases, and business in
the various departments is mostly limited
to the current wants of trade. The amount
of surplus capital has increased. Call
loans are made on the best stock collater
als at C7 per cent., and upon Govern
ment securities at 5G per cent. The
range of discount for strictly first-class
commercial is 78 per cent, per annum."
Respecting business aspects in England,
the London Xeu-x of the 3d inst., contains
It is unsatisfactory to remark a continuance of
the feeling of mercantile distrust which has
been bequeathed to. us as a legacy during the
past year. The timidity manifested by persons
m business their indisposUion to cuter into any
but the most ordinary and routine transactions,
ana tao unusual anu doubting and Hesitating in
quires, as to the position and credit of mercan
tile firms which are being constantly addressed
to hanks, prove how severely confidence has
been shakepjjy. the disasters of the past year,
aggravated as they were by the noedles pro
longation of a panic rate ax the Bank of Eng
land. It is known that the resources of many
houses have been seriously impaired by the
losses incurred: and this knowledge, combined
with the general slackness of business and with
the difficulty of effecting sales of goods both at
home and abroad, probably explains in some
measure vague rumors now prevailing of mer
cantile difficulties at the home, foreign and
colonial trades. As regards the former depart
ment, there is some anxiety to ascertain how the
bills due on the 4th instant will be met.
The Clarksville Chronicle of the 19th
inst. says of the tobacco market :
Our sales added up last week, 491 hhds. at the
five warehouses. Ourmarket was very firm and
strong in the beginning of tho week, but, under
favorable advices from abroad, lost its anima
tion, and closed dull and heavy. Light poor
leaf fell off in price and declined Ys to c.
Stout substantial leaf held its own, and upon
those descriptions we quote no decline.
NAsnviLLK, April 20, r. jr.
Cotton. The cotton- market was de
cidedly flat to-day. There was no demand,
and little indication either to buy or sell.
The news from abroad continues bad.
Only a few bales were sold ; one lot at 18,
and the other at 21 ic per lb.
Received 12 bales.
.ShippeJ - t'
The following dispatches were received:
NETvYomr, April 20. Gold opened at
133. Cotton dull. Middling uplands at
25c ; forced sales at 24 Jc. ' Receipts yes
11 A. M Gold 133. Cotton dull. Mid
dling uplands 25c per lb.
3 P. M. Cotton dull and prices nominal.
Sales to-day 1200 bales. Middling uplands
24J to 25c. Receipts 800 bales. Sales of
the week and receipts 15,000; exports 14,
London, April 20, p. 'ar. Prussia asks
Napoleon why he arms.-? 'King JWilliam
sent a Bavarian agent to Vienna to secure
Corn Is held at $1 20 per bushel ; and
themtrketis getting bare.
Oats 8590c per bushel.
IIay-$2830 per ton.
Flour. $12 5017 00 per lb.
Bacon Market quiet. Sales at 13
13cfor clear sides and hams.
Lard 13J15c per lb. and dull.
Sugar N. O. Sugar 1115 per bbl.
Coffee 25a23c per lb. for Rio.
Molasses 90c per gallon fcr. New Or
leans, and scarce.
Markets generally quiet.
New York Money nnd StocU Market.
Nkw Yobc, April 20. Money market ea
sier, call loans generally done at 0 ;ier cent, on
stock. Collaterals 4. Sterling quiet and firm,
Oold active and excited, after closing the room
on private reports of lower prices at Frankfort.
Closing rates 139i139Ji. Governments steady
Registered '81, loafiSlOy: coupons '81. 10
IWK; e-20s : registered '62, 10W910tK;
coupons '62. 109&sH10; 5-20s do. '01, 103&
April 19 Talisman, Cairo.
The river fell yesterday about C inches
and is still falling; weather clear and
warm. t .
The Talisman was the only departure
yesterday and she went out light.
The Alert, from the Upper Cumberland
The Tyrone is the next Cairo packet.
She will arrive to-morrow. -
The Emma Floyd is expected:
The Julia No. 2 is also expected.
The Ohio was rising on the 19th at Cin
cinnati and falling at Louisville.
The Mississippi was rising at Memphis
on the 19th, and also at St. Louis.
All the Arkansas rivers are declining
The St. Louis Democrat of the 18th
The river was steady yesterday, last
night, and the night before. Accounts
from above indicate a continued .rise here
for several days yet. An immense amojant
of Missouri river drift wood is passing.
The bight of water in the upper Miasisippi.
and the Misonri as well, is very nnnsual
for the season of the year. We hear of
the rise still going on at Dubuque, above
and below, on Tuesday, the stage of water
being most ample for boating. Steamers
for St. Louis were getting all the freight
they wanted. There is seventeen feet on
the lower rapids. There is over twenty
feet hence to Cairo. Business in the way
of shipments slightly improved yester
day. McOavock and Mt. Vernen
Street Railroad Co.
T'NTIL FURTHER NOTICE, THE FARE
U on this Road will be the imcs as that on the
South 'Nashville Road ten cents if paid in
money: but tickets will be told as follows:
Fourteen for On Dollar.
Seven for Fifty CenU.
Twenty-five Children's fox On Dollar. ,
Tickets will be found for al at 0, W. Hen
dershott'i , John T. Brown's, and at J. Janger
man'f. Also with the Conductors.
F. R. CHEATHAM.
aprl3 lot Secretary and Treainrtr.
m mm goods.
No. 3 Aortk Cherry Strccf,
(llnlen and American Block.)
New Styles Business Suits.
Double Breasted Street Sacks
Ladies' and Gents' Sole Lea
English Morning- Coats.
Black Dress Suits.
A Nobby Sack Coat.
Children's Garibaldi Suits.
French Traveling Bags. :
Boys' School Suits.
marCO. tf sp.". No. 3 Nortlt Cherry.
Jas.'.Q. Oqdrs, Prest. Cits. T. Wixo, Cashier.
WINtl, TOBEY CO.,
Corner Union nml Cherry St., Opposite
liana oi lenuoisrc, iieoia in uoiu.
Silver. Government HCoeks, Com
pound Interest Note. Ijtmt Warrant
Hint Southern Bank NoteM.
CLOSIXO PRICKS THIS DATE.
Bonds, S1 Haw-Gold
5-3)'s 1st series 'C2 lCS'i Silver
2d - 61 ltiT
" 3d " '65 107
New (Jan & July) M
Coup. lO-40's 87
Aug7-S0alst scries 10T.t
June " 2d " 116
July " 3d "105
40. war 1312$
160. not 1312
TKK.VESSEB BASK NOTES.
Bank Tenn old '
Planters Bank itt
Union Bk & Cert's 9s
Com p. Int. Notes.
Bank Chattanooga 10
" Mid Tenn
" West Tenn
I Southern Bonk
LiNEA tax rec
(Par j Liie Uen Ins C
Also the highest price paid for all kinds ot
Southern Bank Notes. Printed Price list fur
nished when desired.
We ahk ski.lino U. S. Revenue Stamps at Gov
ernment rate of Discount.
SS0 to 100 2 per cent dis. (France 1 Francs
100 to 500 3 per cent dis. Switierland f 3 CO per
500 to 10004 percent dis. Belgium Jl dollar
.N.,Y. Exchange.1-15 pr.lQERM.ixv.
Cincinnati " 1-10 pr. Bremen SI 11 per 1 gold
Louisville " 1-10 pr.l Thaler.
.Memphis " Viprem. Berlin, 81 03 perl Prus
Small Drafts K " I siau Thaler.
Fobeiov ExcnAXas Munich ) 61
Englan J 1 S5 90 per ; Frankfort f per one
Ireland one pound AmesterdamJ Guilder.
Scotland J Sterling, (Corporation checks 9
per cent discount.
Deposits received and collections made on all
Office hours, 8 a. m. to 6 r. ts.
Thos. S. AUrr. Pres't. L. Q.Tarbox. Cash'r.
NATIONAL SAVINGS' COMPANY.
Corner Union and College Streets.
alUF. FOLLOWINO ARE THE RATES PAID
. for U. S. Securities, Compound Interest
Notes, Gold, etc., by the National Savings'
Coui'akv, cornerof Union and College streets:
5-20s con pons........... - ........103
5- 203 2d series coupons ........ 107
6- 20s 3d series coupons 107
5-20s New Issue - - 0Ctf
10-403.. . 97
7- 303 - .10oV
SU3ZU antl3U lift
Compound Interest Notes, June. 1SC4 117
A'UgKi'1 Sept.. ISoS...
r, , Coupons ...i .-
LouL.vitlo.fc NashvllIeJl. R. Stock
LoulsvUteJc MasovlIICU. K. Tax Heceipts. par.
Nashville' Chattanooga K. R. Stock 25
Nashville Corporation Checks - 90
South Nashrillo Street K. R. Stock 40
Suspension Bridge Stock.. 92
Davidson County Bonds 75
On London 26 90 per pound.
On Dublin. 690 " "
On Edinburgh - 0 90 " "
OnBrlin .. ... 103 per thaler.
On Frankfort 61K " guilder
And on all the principal cities of Germany.
The following ure the rates paid for uncurrent
Bank of Tennessee, old
issue - 25
Planters' Bank -. 93
Union Bank 93
Union Bank Cert's -par
B'k of Chattanooga. 10
Bank of Commerce.par
Bank of Knoxville, GO
Bank of Memphis par
Bank of Paris par
Bank of the Union, par
B'k of West Tenn- 45
Buck's Bank -.par
City Bank -
Commercial Bank - 93
Merchants' Bank par
Northern Bank par
Ocoee Bank... 10
Bank of Shelby ville, 85
Southern Bank 25
Traders' Bank par
Life A General In
surance Co. 25
Bank of Camden. 40
Bank of Charleston. 13
People's Bank 42
Planters' and Me
chanics' Bank. IS
State Bank 07
Southwestern R. R.. 25
Union Bank S6
Bank of Mobile 90
B'k of Montgomery, 60
Bank of Selma..
Central Bank ......
Eastern Bank ...
Northern Bank 35
Southern Bank-- 90
Central R. It. B'k- 10
Georgia Railroad Jc
Banking Co. 95
B'k of Mid. Georgia, 80
Marine Bank- 95
Bank of Augusta 23
Augusta Insurance- IS
Bank of Columbus 05
Bank of Commerce, 05
Bank of the Empire)
State- -. fst)
Bank of Athens 40
Bank of Fulton. 30
Bank of Savannah. SO
Bank of the State or
Georgia .. 18
City B'korAuguta. 25
Farmers' mid Me-
Hank of Chester 12 i
Bank of Georgetown 13 j
Bank of Hamburg 15 ;
Bank of Newberry 40,
Bank of the State of
South Carolina. 08 j
Commercial Bank 02
Exchange Uant 15
Farmers' und Ex
change Bank. 02
Merchants' Bank 12
Planters' Bank of
Merchants A Plant
Union Bank -
KnHliYlHe mid Mcuiphlr
OrrlCC OF GXXERAL SUPERIXTKXDRXT,
il 13. 1367.)
EDUKF1ELD X KENTUCXV UAH
Srsixa field, Tenn., April
ON AND AFTER MONDAY, THE 15th
instant. Trains on Edgefield and Kentueky
Ienve Nohvllle Dully iU 1:30 1. .Tf.,
Making close connections at Stato Line with
Trains on Memphis, Clarksville and Louisville
Railroad for Memphis, and at Humboldt with
Trains on Mobile and Ohio Railroad for alt
The Line has been put In thorough repair,
and U now prepared to transport passengers and
freight with reliability and dispatch. Vlrnt
rlosit Nleeplnir t.'Jir on all Night Trains.
Fare a low as any other route.
BOYD M. 0 II EAT n AM.
Gen'l Sup't E. K. Railroad.
milE BUILDING KNOWN AB TIIE
JL Brewery, In North Nuhvllle, on Jefferson
Street, with a large lot and stables.
JAMES WHITWORTn. or
F. II. CHEATHAM,
dec27-lf No. 87 North Cherry t
LEA & PERRINS'
of a Letter from a
TLEMAN at Mad.
ran. to hit brother
TO BE THE
"Tell Lea k Ptr
nns that their
"03LT GOOD SACCrte
it highly esteemed
in India, and u. in
and applicable to
my opinion, the
most palatable t
well J the most
a L . i
Th iucesis of this most delicious and unrivaled
condiment having caused many unprincipled
dealers to apply the name to Srcaiocs Com
roBXDS.the PUBLIC is Rxsrrcrnn.LT and eab
RlsriT requested to see that the name of LEA x
PERRINS are upon'the WRAPPER, LABEL.
STOPPER and BOTTLE.
LEA k PERRINS. Woreute-.
JOHN DUNCAN 'H HONfi.
N'rv Yosx, AgtsU for the United States.
9 b f
0 , 1-4 I
Oi Of IT
I" CO Q
FIRE, MARINE, HU1.T
INMNI) TKAN.SJ'OrtTATlO IttHUS
TivKtui nt Eqnltablp ItiUeN.
47" Losses fairly adjusted and promptly paid-1
Office. Second National Bank building. 0lt
street. JOHN LUMSDEN, President.
W. J. THOMAS. Vice Presi.lt
JONEPII NASir, Secretary.
THIED NATIONAL BANK
W. W. Berry. M. Burns,
John Kirkman, .las. P. KitkmaR.
D, Weaver, Edgar Jone.
Dan'l F. Carter, A.J. Dunasn.
Alexander Fall. Chas. E. IUUibab,
Deals in Exchange. Gold and 9Mrer. and
Drafts drawn in sums tt tint on Loivloa, ISe
York. New Orleans. Cincinnati. Si. Leah. UsmIs-
vllle, Memphis, etc
5.20 Bonds and 7-30 Treasury Notes alwaM
on band for sale.
Highest premium paid fbrCompeuml IlerH
W. W. BERRY. President.
EDGAR JONES. Cashier.
JOHN KIRKMAN. Vice President,
N STORE AND 0FFERINQ LOW. AT
KI.INK X NIICHMAN'.S.
" Pure Alabaster" White Lead,
For whiteness and fineness unsurpassed. The
"RIVERDALE" Brand wo are offering very
low. Both the above brands put up tn net tia
2000 pounds Ground Color.
l'nlnt nruthei, r.tc, 111c,
For sale at
II I.I. NT it- N 1 1 KR.II.VN'N, '
feb3)-2m sp No. 85 Chureh st.
ROBT. FLETCHER. GEO. B. CROOK RTT.
FLETCHER, & CR0CKITFI7
sso. i)2 cnifiujir ST.,
Opposite St. Cloud Hotel.
7E INVITE THE ATTENTION OF OUR
1 friends to our stock of
STAPI.E AND 1'AXOY
Which we are constantly receiving. Our stock
is entirely new. and having been pureb.!
since the decline In prices by one of the Arm
who is now in New York, we are enabled t.
offer great inducements to all who may deetat
anything In our line. "f
Call and examine our stock. Wo will at h41
times take great pleasure in showing our gtd.
FIjrrClIKK .V 4'KOOKETT.
Q- -A.S SiIHLXjS.
At Int SO fier eiit. liunraiilred
FOR SALE BY
W. WALTFJt KIXU & .,
Nl. C'linrlfH Hotel Markvt lt.
General Agents fur Tennessee, MWAlfd
N. B. Hbernl Iiiiliiremenls OUt-ntt
aprtTlm ' .
ATTEN110N, LAND. OWipRS.
No. 1 Farmingland Grazing Lund
TN ALL PARTS OF TENNBWRK. ALSO.
1 Wild Lands, at from Fifty Cent t $1 8
peraere. Oommlwlon fjr selling. 8v vr .
rxRSiH roit nam:
In Maryland, Delaware. Virginia, KhmH
vanla. Indiana, Illinois, and ether SUi4
Houses and lots in Baltlmere and WaibfcrtMt
city. AddroM WM. II. NEWTON.
Attorney and Broker,
23 Lexington street, Baltimore, Md.
marl 7 2m
WATCHES AND JEWELRY.
AOOOD ASSORTMENT OF GOLD AND
Silver Watches, Jewelry. Clocks. te a
re wnabla pneu. RrerT Kitlole wsxrinttd as
rcpresentedT REPAIRING duna wen aad wttk
ullifsction. as heretofore.
dtcl5-3m No. M4 North Cherry Hi.
Drs Callonder & Bnist.
XAXWELI. UOVkr. .V(. 79,
i (Next doer to Ma-wnl.HaK.'
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