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VOL. XXXIII. '
THURSDAY, MAY 1867.
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AND THE. EAST.
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n Dally TliroiiRli TraiitH, Slnbins
; .Irert Connection AMonNrllle forg
;!lie Eat, West nntl Korlli.
COMMENCING JANUARY 27. iW7.
..i -Tnins will ran W .follcwa:. . j . ,
fcOOA.M-. P M
i, RKV A M XV 1 M
Arrive at BoTtliac Green
" " Louisville.
5-ls P M
..... A 1.
"iko 1 M
) P M
' VBTP NORTH. ' ' j
Leave Louisville -1WTP M 9-MPM M0A
Arrive lnd'nai.'JIi74i P M 44?.A M'1&45 P
Arrive Chlnm JpJ A M Wfl 1' M 10:10 P M
. I. Uuii. ! JiWi liWlF 1,11 A,JH
i-3.l P M
4:1ft A M
CP. A M
Arrive at Indlanapolli
" " Cinc,-aH
" " Olevelanfl
' " Buffalo
" " Philadelphia
" " New York
1 3fl P M
7:0 P M
11: I! M
dl A Al
1.60 P M
1 -XT. 1 M 10:40 H M
143 AM 1:20 P M
7-W AM S-41 P M
. Mti P M
SWeamer of U. B. Mall Line leave Loui
vtiledafly at 1 a. u. ami 4 r. w., arriving in
Cfneinnaii In time to take early morning trains
Pienger car attached to freight train
Leaves rranklia. Ky., at 7:.' a, v.. and Gallatin
ut 9jW a- uK(rrlvinit in NashvillejttlK-OA. v,
LMvesAVWvlIle nt S.-10 r. nrriv at (111
lin WP. v., anU at Franklin 91 r. v.
General Fuerintenilent It. Sc H. R. 11.
Nashville and Chattanooga
CJ1IAXWE OF TIMT..
Two Dully Train I.env' XaHlivllle
"IrtrlViiHliliisloii. New Torltt-nml'i
.til I'oIiHh Knit iill Noutli. Clone ;
Connect f ohm Maile nt 'lintln
. nooKit ?foriilisr nnil Ko
p n I ii sr lor all Knvtern ami ".
' Noiiflirrn CitleK.
Ii lUIUOAl), I
Jan. 27, J807.J
O X ASH VII.I.K X t-II TTAXHHI
ON AND AFTER SUXIAY, JAS. ,27,
IS07, and until further notice, l'asacnxer
lrain will run afolIow: '
Leave Naihvllie for Washlnirton. Acw lork,
Atlanta, Mnpon. Montpomenr.Anrusta, Savnn
tiah. New Orleana nnd Mobile nt dx) a.m. and
MX. r. nrriyjne In Chnttnnooea at ZOO a. U.
and SWI P. .: both Train mnkinir cloje con
nertiona at Obattannoxa with Kaft Tenneweo it
(leorKia nnd Western 1c Atlantir llailrond
3'raln. HcturnintT. leave CUattanooRa nt 7:t()
v. and 7:40 r. m.. uion arrival of K. T. (Ins
5nd Vi'. & A. Trains, arrivlnc in NnahvUle nt
it. and 4:30 e.x. .
If.lcnnl tl'nlaro Nleeplut; Cnnt on ail
f Nlclit Vaienjier Train.
Shklbtvii.li: ArrouMoniTios Loaves Bhel
lirville 5:20 a. ji. and 1&.'0 r, arriving in
5MhvUlo 11:10 a. m. nnd 4:30 r. v. Leave
pJiwhville for Shelbyville f00 a. n.and&OOp. u.,
fwrlTlnit- in Shelbn illo.00 a. m. and ft05 p, m.
fNaMlivlIIe nnd Nortliweatern Itnllroncl.
Pas.ik.nofr Trais Leaver Nashville 3:00
;'r. ji.: arrive at Jolinsonvllle VdHJ p. it. Leaves
Jobnaenvillee4:00 a. uv; arrives ntr Naibvile
XV. P. INNES, Ocn'l Suji't,
4 ' ii. & 0. and N; . R. R
' J. W. BROWN, (len'l Pass Agent.
NASHVILLE & DE0ATUK
Groat Oeintral All Ml Exute
SOUTir A SOIITIIMTT.
Two nlly TIroni;li PnHsenirerTrnlnN,
mnltliiK llrrt eomieetlonH ntlern
tur Willi Klcmnlili nnd Clinrlc
loil llnllrond, for all Tolnlit
Sonfli nnd Southwest.
Through to MrmitliJs lViihout Chango
f 10M M UNCI NO J ANTARY 27. 1 V,7. TR A I NR
J will run as fllowa :
TRAtJf NO 1. TRAtJf WO. 2.
Leave Naaliville ..
.. 7 a. v.
.. MU r. ii.
.. 7 p. M.
... 8.M p. u.
.11 X7 P.M.
. ak) a. v.
7JB p. u.
MS a. v.
7:4 J A. M.
H..V A. U.
11 SI A. M.
Leave Mf mibl.. . .. 7tW p. M.
Leavo llnntuville avt a. m.
Leaveibeeatur Mh a. m.
Arrive NanhviUe 10 P. v.
7:30 A. V.
1:M P. Ji.
ti:4i r. v.
Train Ne. 2 South connects nt Pecatiir far
Huntjivillo: nt Corinth with Mobile and Ohio
R. R. for Pelma, Mobile and Intermediate
i.olnta. Connect af Orand Junction with Mi".
Central R. R. for New Orleans and Intermediate
'Train No. 1 South connects at Decatnr for
lluntuville, Memplniand intermediate iMint.
Train No.2 North connects at jNnfhville with
Loulnvllle and Nash ilieRailroad. for the Kiit.
North and Northwet : and with N. A t. and N.
.V N. W. and K. X K. ItaMroadi. lor all point
on thoe Unes,
Train Nl. SSnuth and Nn. 1 North run dailr
Train No 1 flonih and No. '.' N.irtli run tluilv
Splcuilltt Slocplnsr Oiirn A I
Inched to all Mhl Trains.
Colitmlilit Aeeomn)(Miatloii Train
Dolly, exci-pl NnmlayH.
Leave Colnmiaa nt f:23 . .
Arrive at NahUIlent "" a. m.
Leave Ninhxillent 4:(0 p. it.
Arrive at Columbia at VC p. m.
TheGolumUa AecommMlation Train will run
on the above flme permanently from year to
vear, except tbut in fummer the time of depart
ure tpotn N.ihvllle will be '. ( r. m., instead of
Eorthrsucb TicVets ainl other infiirraation,
please apply at the office of the NaohvUle City
Tranifer CWniiwiny. NertUei corner of hammer
and Chureh streets, and at the Urtwtl JRreet
l)ept. Naiville. Tennesfc.
J. 1L VAX itvxr,
Jn Ocneral Superintendent
Milt a roFFKi: ifoiTsi:
AN1 OTI1KR VAl.I'AIILK PROPERTY
fN pitrwanck OK OKCRKKj? ok tui:
A Chancery Court, I otler at private sale (lea.
iUllieflfler's rrsidence on UUh street;
The llyl MeNairy lloo-e. onSummer street:
And other valuable property.
Partie deiriiK to purchase will be fall" l
ftmoed s t ten, etc.. upon nppWcatlMi to we
at the I'uwrt llie. .
MORTON P. IIOWELL.
Id.lf. Clerk and Master.
ARMISTEAD & WOODS-,
Hiiusir ano kktii nrirRfl in
Staple aud Paucy Groceries,
AO. 3 PUKlAir SnU VItE,
TN WORK AND PORRALE. A C0MPL8TE.
A fariea aBd Trelb k f Staple and laacy
Oroeerifx. etajitaajn Canned 'rUt Conserves.
I is ported iA4Hirs, OksT. & aM descrii-tinj
f llrtieerief tor domeetic u.-o. ws
OiHrTliN'Asi7v7fttiKTItMirr It All.-
,e fatUw1fu1MM 0l !
r Iw ki4iv A s4; .
reel; I ..wpanj OB e.
esn btai tHe4 Bt tue lanew
(Itle. N.fji PuWie 'f?-
B..T7L. iuiI. Tbe ratea are m t 11.
Two XiVket'for IMIeHl Cut
9rvMt rVkeW Rv
Wurtew TWkels for Oi I-Mi- .- m
U I mK al tW are espeeted l
Mro chHf. OiMucior- will kave fl
. 4 ease .l"ltr paoka ti.-kets for
"n 'k DA VIP lin.HK?. PrMit
-reo 1 71.. P.AT.
'Tvnn iMMtwnB r limiVtflH 1T11
T.,lU. U oriSc. al N- X&ih
decTI-tf' LUSTER Jt .CO.-
TIII'IlKllAY, JIAY 2, ISC7.
Larg.'jt CIrrnlation iu Citr,And State
K ADIC AI. Till CIIN.
Corrpondence Union and Dispatch.
FAYFrrKnxr,TESN:, Arril?, lSCf
The i're nnd IYrot antl Shelbyville lit
vvUicav, nublieh tlie proceedings of a
Radical meeting purporting to have been
held here April 5. None in (he communi
ty knew that uch an speech had occurred
in the history of our town tinf.il itfl publi
cation. We iindersland'it Wa lield ln4he
back room of a Jew clothing store, by some
half xloien Rad, vrith the' inevitable R
A. T.fHirk at the head. Jt is gollen up
with the mttal Radical imphdenr'e.' wSaid
proceedingH represent E. K Reynolds as
chairman, and also as offering t fie princi
pal resolution1?; he Jells paliliplf 'on lh?
Ptreels that he was not there, and 'knew
nothing of it. A CpupJc of re)lnli6ns i
then ottered by Allen McDonaTd (colored)
and Benjamin. McDamel (colored.) th lat
ter pecnliarlj Radical in lis character, loP
lowed )ya iiectiliarly. Radical .eeclr. AX"
len authorizes a friend to deny his being
thereat all, or.haying anvlhingtodo wilh it.
Ben, "says the nrtllle'kWwnrw1rfilie'
publication in lite newspapers. Vnj.
Stonebraker (colored) then oflered a reso
lution. He denies also haying anythingitb
do with the meeting. Xol a freedihan nametl
in tha'proceedingfii Jias yet been found who
does Jipt deny all knowledge and participa
tion therein ; nor indeed have anv whites
been fopmlj except the aforesaid dlicks and
his coterie. Lincoln,
rolltlc .Scarcity of Honey -Cropn,
Correspoifcleix'e of the Union and Dii-patoli.
Pthwart Coi'ntv, April 27. The peo
ple of this county are generally hard
prejieed. I can't ec how they are to "pay
their increased laxec, under the Ilrowhlqw
dynasty this vear. I think there will be
liuiidrctis ami tliousands ot acres ot land
sold or oflered for sale to pay taxe?. I see
that (Governor iirownlow lias declared the
registration of this county with several
others null aud void on account, as I under-
utand, of there being fraud in the registra
tion. Ul course, lie will appoint a new
coinuiiwloncr, unless he dcclartu the county
out of the State, and appoints a military
General lo govern it. If he acts on tlie
former, he will be disappointed, for in the
former registration there were bnt few, if
any, colorejil, persons registered, and under
a new registration the' negroeswill nearly
all register and vote the anti-Rrownlow
Crops are very backward on account of
the lateness of the ppring and the overflow
of the creeks and rivers. Most of the
farmers are just done repairing their
washed-down fences, and now the ground
on the rivers is po dry and hard they can
plow only in sandy land. Wheat looks
extremely well, and I thinlcwe have an
average crop on the ground this year
though never large, barelv enough for
home consumption. The fruit is not all
killed as yet the peaches in some locali
ties arc entirely killed, in others they are
scarcely hurt. Apples and other fruits are
but little injured, though we bad two hard
frosts for the season this week, and the
weather 'tjjjftaj looks and feels more like
the middleM January than the middle of
spring, 'it loota.aa it the day had come
when we filiouIU'-not know the winter from
the summar, only Jtv the budding of the
trees. When tt clears off and tins bleak
wind subsides, we will then be better pre
pared to give an account of our prenent
votino is cta ii a Yuvax roit
Tlir TENXKSSEE SYSTEM.
A Bait Lake correspondent thus describes
t'he.M'prnion syttera ofvpting.
The bishops, who were chiefly the judges
of election, did all the voting, except for
the Gentiles voted for the brothers absent
in J'ncland and Wales preaching, for thoso
in iNorway, tiweuen nnu jenmarK; lor
those iu the Sandwich Islands and else
whereabroad; for those who came to the
polls as well as for those who didn't.
A Republican form of government in
Utah is an interesting mockery of the cher
ished principles underlying our federal
structure. The people here do not vote;
they arc not allowed that pnvelege at the
ballot-box. They come to the polls, give
their names in and walk away. The
bishop4 vote a ticket for each one. The
voter does not see the ticket, nor touch or
handle it. The farce ends. The church
leaders have a "big thing" politically as
well as religiously.
rr.UTI NEXT nCKSTIOXN.
The Montgomery Mail suggests the fol
If thq -Yiuikccp believed'the declaration
whv did they" not free their slaves Bfltright
after the revolution, instead of selling them
to the people of the South 7
If the "lankees desired the destruction
of slavery, why did they vote for continu
ing the African slave trade to the year
Whv wns U that MnpsQchiueltS had the
greatest number of vessels engaged in this
trade and made mot money by kidnapping
Hor Afncatwand selling them into bond
age? . .
hy was it that when ireinia and
other Southern States desired emancipation
of slaves thirty vear ago, that Masachu
soits commencetl.aciiation against ,'tiS, and
creaieii seciinnni nnimosiues vuucii pre
vented it ?
Why was it that the Yankees never
thought of emancipation during the war
until some of the Rrent Generals of the
Confederacy met in council to advocate it?
Why was it that the " loyal" Massachu
setts atriotfi had to fill up their quotas of
troops by recruiting among the negroes in
South Carolina ?
Whv was it that thev murdered the ne
groes by placing them in front at all dnn
tenms "nlace. and never civine them a
commissioned officer of their own color to
Whv is it that not a negro holds a com
misMoncd office iu the colored regiments
now in service?
If Wilson lwlievcs that universal wif
frage is a good tiling when he expects the
negroes to vote with him, why did he op
joe giving suffrage to foreigners when he
was in the Know-Nothing lodges?
If Wilson claims any merit for main
taining the Union, why did he irignihii
comimssion of Colonel and go back to
Washington just as his regiment came
within sound of (he music of Confederate
A New ArcticExpepition. At thelast
meeting of the Royal Geographical Society,
Sir Roderick Mnrchison announced that an
expedition for the exploration of the un
known Interior of Groenland was ready.
It is to be conducted by Mr. Edward
WhymjH'r, of Alpine celebrity, and Mr.
Robert Brown, an accomplished naturalist
"nd phrcr of the Rocky Mountain
e1o), whence he ha recently returned
after n absence of nearlv four years. Mr.
.i. i t "..:.:. .1 A ii
I refjitms. Te expedition was to leave
I CtiojAliageM aboai the Slh ol April. The
j - is wholly dofrayed by private mibKrlp-
W. S. Ciurian-, Meilioal Sprintendent
of Ihe Eastern Lunatic iVvylmn of Ken
tucky, h made a report to the Board of
Managers, in which he argue that recent
political events which have wrought, so
great a change iu the -condition of the ne
grooe, ibhU result in.adarge i'ncreae,of 1n
Ktnity'amoBg them. ,-,j,
I.OKIXCJ SOESESfOr THE tV A It
ex cirE.iTiiA.'rrji nmsios at
'I f Pram the Columbia Her&ldr rm
The near approach of the anniversary of
; render rolled forward from Appomafox to
Greensboro. . Jh$ 1st of May,d8G5jQund
.the faithttil remnant of the Army of Teii
:nc?..co, with stackeil arms, ready to receive
their, paroles, and severforever thej asspdi
aliona 'of aTonr years' VaTtneq'tfaled' n
the annals of nations forueverity of service
andiits.flanguinary convicts. . t . a . t
Cheatham's division of Terinesseanswho
hadfaeed thejrnemy oh every western battles
field from Belmont ,b Blntonville which1
cannot be said of any other division of the
Western army never failed to carry any
nogiition attacked or hold against Qer
wrielraing numbers' ltJ 'line, of battle. In
everv instance, waa there lo receive the lal
words' frota its faithful and gallant corri-t
maner Frank Cheathains . . . . "i
No more gloomy (iccasion ever opjiressed
Willi wroc and sorrow" the linnsan brcjst,
None but trmr and Jiohle spirits such as
compoeied this fragment of 13,000, can'
fully estimate the lull depth of Jtiblipie
sorrow that jtossessei and ..overcame the
soul of thosfe heiwf'ot "h& truest stamp.
whom, during the war, had traveled on
foot and otherwise upwards of 17,000 miles
who climed the mountains, waded the
rivers, borne upon their heads the utorm.t
of dreary Northwestern Virginia who
had,, under the lead of &lonewajl Jackson,
marched through blinding snow-storms
along the Potomac in January, 1302, after
the foe like an infuriated beast seeking his
prey who listened to the uproar, and
mingled in tlie crushing, crashing, mang
ling conflicts from Shiloh to Nashville
had now to part, and many to part that
would never again see each other in this
world, . Will any . of those seven
hundred ever cease to remember their
last encampment in North Carolina
near Jfigh Point along that winding
stream, in that tall forest. bf oaks, with the
jdanlf Toad passing throitgh o not they
rememember how warmly the sun shone,
and mildly the wind blew, kissing the wild
flowers into bloom ou that beautiful 1st
da of May ? There and then they separa
ted to go to their homes, they saw their
best friends and loved comrades for the
last time what heart would not be
softened when he looked into the face of
his dearest friend (a friendship formed
during a fpur years' conflict of such, terrible
sufferings) that he will never see again 'I
But the heart whose beatings Tvere trne
and he whose place in line of battle, was
not vacant at Pefryville and Franklin!
know how to appreciate the feelings of
deep sorrow and despair, that the war
worn veterans of Cheatham's division felt
when, on that bright, Kalraly 1st day of
May, 18G5, they were declared iio' longer
The Old Guard of Bonaparte, or the
heroefl of Sny other chieftain, show' not- a
record that can more than compare "with
the devotion and casnalty in tattle, of the
few hundred of Cheatham's division that
surrendered at Greensboro. Whilst the
army lay hear Raleigh, General Cheatham
being serenaded, took occasion to remark
upon the faithful manner in which his
division had served the cause or rather,
that part that were now with him. Hesaid
tliat his division was organized at Corinth,
Miss., in April, 18C2 ; that the number of
men of then assigned him, with thoe that
were afterwards placed'to his division, to
gether with the conscripts and volunteers
that were sent to him, amounted to rather
more than 13,000 men. That by death,
discharge, desertion, and Io?s in battle, hi9
official papera showed a loss of more than
16,000 men, and that he had at present
rather more than seven hundred. But this
will be fully explained when it is told that
a large majority of his soldiers had been
wounded from three to six and seven timca.
They parted, and are now scattered and
pass along as other men, poor, obscure, and
unknown, and will live nnhonored and die
unsung. Now, amidst the vaunts of the
coward, and the railings of those against
Radicalism, they are silent; they feel that
Appomatox and Greensboro decided every
thing. They sometimes talk with one
another of Shiloh or Chickaraanga, and are
sad at heart, though their faces be cheerful.
Though unknown and uncared for in this
world, will not God be kind and thought
ful of them in another? I think, so I
hope so I pray so.
THE EIGIIT-nOVK EAW IX
From the Chioajo Times, 29th ult.
It is already apparent that the action of
the demagogues at Springfield, last winter,
in passing the "eight-hour law," has
brought trouble upon the railways in Illi
nois, as well as upon all other branches of
husinefl?. The railway companies whose
construction and repair shops are situated
in Illinois, of course cannot submit to
an addition of twenty per cent, to the
cost of operating sucli shops in this State,
when, no such addition is made to the cost
of railways in other States. They will not
snbmit to it. This is the fixed determina
tion of every railway company In Illinois.
Some days ago, a railway company in
the central part of the State notiGeif its
employes that all of them who intended to
strike on the first of May were at libVrty
to leave the service of that company im
mediately. The number who left upon
this notice included two-thirds pf the whole
number. That company is now making
arrangements tOTemoveits shops from Illi
nois to Indiana.
The employes of the Illinois Central rail
way held a delegate meeting in this city
gome days since, and resolved to strike for
eight hours, to "utand by each other in the
coming 'struggle,' " and so on. The plans
and purposes of the Central company have
not been made known, and probably will
not be in advance of their execution. Hut
there is no reason to doubt that the railway
companies will act together. The ultimate
result, therefore, cannot be doubtful. Either
the shysters and demagogues who have
brought this trouble oil the Stale will be
driven to their holes, or the railway shops
will disappear from Illinois.
AX IX1UAX' NIT.ECII.
Gen. Hancock, who is now conferring
with the Indians of tlie Northwest, recent
ly had an interview with "Fall Bull," chief
of the Cheyonn. The General made him
a talk, when the chief made the following
"you sent for us; we came here. 'e
have made a treaty with our agent, Col.
Wvnkoop. We never did the white man
any harm ; we don't intend to. Our agent
told us to meet you here. Whenever you
want to.go on the Smoky JUll yqu can go.
You can go on any road. When we come
on the road your young men must not shoot
us. Wp are willing ,0 be friends with the
white man. A pause.
"This boy you have here, -wc have seen
him; we don't recognize him; he must
belong to some tribe south of the Arkansas.
The buffalo are diminishing fast. The an
telope that were plenty a few years ago .
they are now thin. When they will all
die away we shall be hungry. We shall
want something to cat, and we will be com
pelled to come into the fort. Your young
men must not fire on us. Whenever they
sec us thev fire, and ire fire on them. A
pause. Tlie Kioways, Caraanchw, Ap
aches and Arapahocs, send and get them
here, and talk with thorn. A panse.
You say yon arc going to the village to
morrow. If you go, lahall have no more
to sav to you there than here. I have
said all I want to say here. Interrupted
by tho.General-iIaai.goinp, however, to
your, camp to-morrow, I don't know
whether the Sious-nre coming here or not.
1 .hdv4iTOken'., . -rj;5
;the formal surrender of Gen. ohngtoii's
'army will hrTng many' sad, efletirjMlo
ilfiisIiosveremreseiiH The wnvcJ of Ptlt-f
NEW "TOIIK DISPATCHES.
' artwhmry-NofC30le"rBB TeMee'iin
otitic Nlreet Commissioner. r
Xew Yohk, May l.r-Dnring last week
there were four hundred and five deaths. In'
New York City, and the "public ''institu
tions, and one hundred and five in Brooklyn.
The percentage m Jboth citie,vaccordinj to
Dr. Harris, continues, to show the merito
rious effects of the present tenement house
syste"p'T'Pjjre.serice of cholera is not yet
reported in any of the large citiea of Eu
rope, and,'twft raaV reasonably 'pect that
the commercial (owns 'in the Jlississippi
valley will be the, only fiqnrces. where', the
pestilence can reach us this year. The
street cleaning commissioners met yeater-
dayt anil instructed the streetcontraclpr tlcj
clean "all the ifVeetsf "whether pave51 or not.
lhe.cpurt at pohce headquarter,! doing a
heavy business, as the associated police jos
tices "refuse to interfere'wjlh ' Jii$tic8 t"j5n-
nellv s course. --
1 , . I'rom Japan. '
San Fjian'CKCQ'. April SO. The Japan
Time Q March 23, says : The Tycoon has
issnethan order directing military proceed
ings Jopart of ihtrpremplgyjdn .the
chastisement jjf Chpisin tq be, temporarily
left in abeyance. "'The troops to le dis
banded oh account flf the national mourn
It is doubtful whether Sir jlenry and
Lady Tarker and party of guests passed
through Kor.ogasewa" on" their way to Ila
kadadi and proceeded hence to Allawi,
when the Argus, having on board another
party, will bring them back. The chief
cause of the present scarcity of rice in the
districts immediately surrounding Yeddo
wa3 not so much a deficiency in the. crop as
the closing of the people's source of sup
ply. Custom taught them chiefly to de
pend on the surplus.
- XBItOI'E. ..
Prospects of Peace Military Prepara
tions in France Stopped.
t JrdnnoxApril C0.ParhamentJreaumed
its'sessidh yesterday. In the House of
Commons last night, Lord Stanley, in re
ply to an inquiry, otated that the proposi
tion for a peace-congress had been accepted
by France and Prussia, and he was of the
opinion that the Luxembourg affair would
be satisfactorily settled.
Berlin, April 30. The Prussian Diet
was opened yesterday by the King in per
son. In a speech, "from -the throne, the
King said the unity of Germany was the
assurance of the peace of Europe, and
urged the speedy .adoption of a ..conPtitu
tion. ' . . . t ' ' '
Paris, April 30, r. ji. The Moniteur
officially announced that orders have been
issued to put a-stop to; the recentmilitary
preparations throughout France.
Brussels April. 20, r, M. Jhe Belgium
government ig;augmenting'i"!it8' inililary es
tablishment and is preparing to raise anew
BOOT AND SHOE HOUSE
IN THE CITY
Estnbltaheil in January, 1813.
WE JIAWE ON HAND A LARGE AND
IT varied assortment of Gents, Boys',
Youths', Lndios', Misses' and Children's BOOTS.
S110E3 and GAITERS. Alsp. Gents' ami
Boys' IIAT3. UMBRELLAS. HoSIERl,
WHIPS, etc, which wo are otlenn? at redn.-ed
and reasonable prices.
Old Btyler nnd stock much lor than c.rt.
B. R. COTTER k ULKAN ES.
NO. 39 rorncr of Broad and Cullwre streets,
Or at thoir Branch Store, NO. 25 CoHege street
Sewaneo Block, Nashville, Tenn.
riMIE UNDERSIGNED AER NOW PRE
X pared to fill ordera for
pETitoEEuar, citrnr.AXD iieitxeo,
the prodnct of Wells it Overton sotinty, Tennes
see, ai prices lower than the -nme can be ob
tained elsewhere. Every kind o oil, illuminating
and Lubricating. furnibed at short notice. This
oil has already been largely used, nnd gives
universal satisfaction, as shown by the numerous
testimonials received The llluminatlnsc oil is
KON-PLOSIV. and .is 2 to SIhigher the
government fire test.
STONE t HEFLEBOWER, Agents.
marC-tf 97 North Cherry st.
Edgeflcltl! Edgeflelu' !!
ON WEDNESDAY, THE ETGflTII OF
May. we will expose at Public Auction, on
the premisesin " Williams' Addition." TWENTY-FIVE
of the mostbeautiful Lots evcroffered
ut one sale in Edgefield, not one of which has
ever before beet, brought before the public.
The rapid growth of this delightful village,
its proximity nnd easy access to the city, its
beauty and healthfulncss, as well as the high
moral character of its population, its churches
and schools, all conspire to render it one of the
most desirable locations in the South fur a quiet
and delightful residence.
A splendid collation will be served on the
Nashville and Memphis
OFFICER G ESKRAI. SOPKBISTBSnKST. )
KnoRi-iRLD t Kentucky Railroap,
SpRi.voriKLD. Tenn., April 13. IStiT. )
ON AND AFTER MOXBAY, TnE Mill
instant. Trains on EdgeGeld and Kentucky
Eenve Xaslivlllo Dally al I:SO P. ,11.,
Making close connections at State Line with
Trains on Memphis, Clarksville and Louisville
Railroad for Memphu. and nt Humboldt with
Train on Mobile nnd Ohio llailrond for all
The Lino has been put in thorough repair,
and U no prepared to transport passengers and
freight with reliability and dispatch. I'irsl.
- Sleeplnjr Cum on all JS'ight Train'.
Inire-M'lo WiUftanr other ronte.-
v Ts , I"- jjrtVi) M. CHEATHAM. .
- ' Nieh'l Sup"t E. Sr K.'RhiWail.
InlFanbery at Linden, Tennessee.
Ul-BIL RCLES, lSln.J
fall in Barber et als. vs. Thomas Powdy et nls.
TN THIS CAUSE IT APPEARING TO THE
A saiif faction of the Clerk and Matter of raid
Court that John Smith and Abner Smith, lhos.
Dowdy. William Dowdy, and M. I!. Talley are
non-residents of the State of Tennessee and de
fendants in thiscaue, and whose residence is
unknown, en that the regular process of law
cannot bo served njon them: it is therefore
ordered that publication be .made In the Nash
ville Union and Dispatch, a newspaper pub
lished in the city of Nashville, for four succes
sive weeks, requiring the said defendant! to p-
Eear at the next terra of the Chancery Conrt at
i'nden, Tennewee, on tha second Monday in
June next, l!xJ7, to an'wer or demur to com
plainant!' bill, or tha same will be taken as con
fesseed as to them, and set for hearing er parte.
R. M. THOMAS, O. and M.
In Chancery at Linden, Tennessee.
AKIL KVtES, 1S67.
A.1Y. Dsd'on. Jm'r, r. the Wido and Ha'ts
bf Joseph Nicholt. dee'd, et aU.
TX APPEARING TO THE COURT THAT DE
fend ant, Thomas Dabbs, is a non-resident of
the State of Tennesson, to that the regular pro
cess of law cannot be served upon nim: it is
therefore ordered by the Court that publication
be made for four successive weeks in the Nash
ville Union and Diipatcb.anewspapt published
in the city of Nashville. Tennessee, rcauirinz
jald defendant to appear at the next tera.'oftbe
Chancery Cart, to beheld in Linden, Tennessee,
on tbo second Monday in Jane next, 1S67, to
plead, aruwer or demur to complainant's bill, o
the same will be taken aa confessed as Xo him
and set for bearing ex parte.
It l farther ordered by the C art that ill per
sons holdibg claims against the estate of Joseph
Nichol. deceased, file them -with the Clerk and
Master of said Court within six menths, duly
authenticated as the law dlreelj, that a pro rata
distribution may be made, or they will Le
barred. lOL THOMAS. C.and M
To Tohiicco llnnfpra.
WE ARE NOW PREPARED TO STORE
ShiD or imrehaM Tobacco, cither.- tones i.r
imihogshtsd. -Call at our. Warehouse. No 2"
decU-tf R.1 HUGH McCREA &
TIIR MOST "DESIRABIaE
Four Miles Vrftm 'Columbia,
- t i.t , ,
The Rosldence of Xaj. f. A. TlUnw,
One of tbemojit valuable And desirable conptT
FeaU in Middle Tennessee, if not wholly so.
situated in Maury county, four miler south of
Columbia, on tbo Ldlambia and- iJigbytille
.turnpike, and forty miles -fionln of Aasbrule,
nnd'ne'arthe Nashrillo'and Decatur Railroad.
Tbisplantatlon contains eight hundred and
twenty-Dve ncrc3 of the very bast land, in the
State, is finely watered by springs never-failing-,
and by Little Dighy Creek, which meanders
through it. There are 4W acre tf open, tilla
ble land on this farm, which is the very best cot
ton and grain land in thU f ectlon of country.
About. li0 aces,wejl get, in .blue grass., well
wut'ered arid affording now good pastures this
is interspersed 'withr bea'utlful and ftately shade
trees. About 275 ncrei of woodland, of the
very Cnc-t timber. There is a fine cistern adja
cent to the dwelling, nnk springs in convenient
renMi.'i'hi rlantation is enclosed andupplied
withsoo. and substantial fences, of reaar and
Oak Tails, and good Bois d'Arc hedges There
are iigrentrnany fine fruit tree', all bearing;
The land isthe richest and most productive in
Maury county. The. dwelling- occupies a beau
tiful nito, fronted by a beautiful lawn stretching
for a unarter of a mile to the turnpike; The
house Unew, built of brick, with dressed white
stone foundation and portico, with expensive
back pojehes and store-rooms; it contains fight
large rooms with high ceilings fonr below and
four above with wide and airy halls, and' win
dows reaching to the floors, all most elegantly
Onifhod and richly painted. The out-houses
eonsist of a good kitqhen' and office; both two
stories high; a large fine brick smokehouse;
brick carriage house, and wheat house or
grancry, stables, barns,.corn cribs, .etc.. and ex
tensive quarters for hands., built of hewn log',
well plastered r a superintendent's house, a large
fine new gin house and gin. Also, a pood, grist
mill and work shop. The- residence is fronted
by a beautiful yard weH set in blue grass, and
filled with rare flower and evergreens. There
is also adjacent to the-house a beautiful garden
systematically laid pff, and well supplied with
flowers. The place is -susceptible of being
divided into three handsome and elegant farms,
and is now. offered for sale either in aibody to
suit individuals, or sub-divided .into lots to suit
purchasers. I will offer the above property at
PRIVATE SALE UNTIL THE IStli OF MAY.
1867. and. if not sold by that date, then I will
sell the same on the premises, in lots to suit
purchasers, to the highest bidder at auction,
OX MOXIAVr THE 24.Ui IAY,.F
' JrXE, 1B6T.
. TERMS OF ALE,
One-third cash, the balance in six, twelve and
eighteen months, the. purchaser giving, notea
with Security, bearing interest from date, and a
lien'will be retained On the land fW? the pur
chase money.- . -.
JASIES II. THOMAS. Trustee. '
' npr27 Ul i ; . j
-I , r
St. . Ceciliate . Academy,-
N e,a r N" a h Ix v ill e,
CON'Dl'CTEb BT SISTER.40l;fHE
oitnc. n or st. no.ii i xxc,
Under,the patronage of the Right. Rev.(
Bistio'p of Jtashville.
rPIIIS ACADE.MY 'AS FOUNDED TN1300.
J. for the purpose uf enabling' parents and
guardians in the South and Southwest to impart
to their daughters and wards a thorough and
The Academy is about one mile from the city
and i' situated iu one of the most beautiful and
healthy Ir.ctlitie in its vicinity.
The Academic ynr consists of two Sessions
each, and terinintttinVnbout th"e20th of June.
MieciaL attention-is.. ijiven totha different
branched iminlly taught in 'Academies.
For Tf.rms. ftc, apply to the Mather Supe
rior, Nashville, Tennessee. - ;
it. r.. WEICLKT.
T, J. TABB BOUGH.
JYh olesale Gro cers
NO. G NORTH COLLEGE ST.,
9- CONSTANTLY ON HAND THE BEST
quallliea of Flour. Coffee and Sugar, which will
be sold at lowest CMh prices. Also, line brands
BY DECREE IN CHANCERY. IN THE CASF
of Jno. W. Walker vs. the Sheriff of Davidson
county and others, 1 am directed to rent for the
year 18fi7 the following property, viz;
The Store Houio now occupied by Meww. R.
B. Cheatham & Co.
The Store House on Church street occupied br
Messrs. Hamilton & Ureen. And a store Koom
between th two houses above mentioned.
Thoe wishing to rent will call on me at R. B.
Cheatham .t Co.';, corner or Church nnd College.
decS-tf IB.l R. F. WOODS. Trustee.
"PROPOSALS WILL BE RECEIVED AT
X the office of the Chairman of the Street Com
mittee, No. 12 North College street, until the
Gth dav of May. lSfi7. for the following work :
1st. Grading, McAdamiiing, etc.. of Maple
street, from Lindsley avenue to the Murl'reci
2d. Grading, McAdamiiing, etc., of University
r treet, from Carroll elreet to the Murfrcesboro
3il. Gradinir. McAdamiilnsr. etc.. of Washing
ton street, from University street to Wharf
4th. Grading. McAdamiiing. etc.. of Spring
street, from W harf Avenue to Fairfield avenue.
5th. (Iradincr. McAdamiiing. etc.. of M.mry
street, lroin Filmore street to Spring street.
f'th. Grading, McAdamiiing and building
necessary stone arched bridge on North Front
street, between Whiteside nnd Jefferson streets.
Contractor? will bid for the work, on each
street separate, and will specify in theirpropo
sal the price fur each description of work, and
also whether or not their proposals include the
furnishing of the material necesmry to make
Plans ami specifications can be seen and any
other information obtained npon application to
W. F.Fotcr.City Engineer, Nfl.1 North Cherry
street. The riijbt is reserved by the Street
Committee to reject any or all bids.
GEO. S. KINNEY,
Chairman of Street Committee.
County Court al .Nashville.
Charles V. Dixon, by uext friend, vs. John W.
irunUm et als.
A T THE
OFFICE OF THE CLERK OF THE
.iY County Court at Nashville.
on the 10th dar
of April. 1ST7, on motion of complainant, by
counsel In the above cause, and it appearing to
the satistaction or the t.lerK that the said de
fendants, W. W. Smith and H.Smith, are non
residents of the State of Tennessee, and there
fore the ordinary process of this Conrt cannot be
served npon them: it la therefore ordered by the
Clerk that publication be made for four weeks
in succession ia the Nashville Union and Dis
patch, a newspaper published in the city of
Nashville, requiring the said defendants to ap
pear at the next term of the County Court, to be
hoi Jen for the eounty of Davidn at the Court
house thereof, in the city of Nashville, on the
.first Monday in Jane next, and answer said bill,
or the ame will be taken fur confessed as
them and set down forbearinr ex parte.
aprlg-ltw P. L. NICHOL. Clerk.
YaluaMe City Property
R. E. Stover et als. va. Jno. W. Whyte.
BY VIRTUE OF A DECREE OF THE
County Court ot Davidsn county, rendered
at its April Term,l57, in the above cause, I
will sell at public auction, at the soath end of
the Courthouse in Najhville, on SaUinlay,
the lJitti ilay of May neit the following
d.Hbcd lot btlccaing to the estata of James
C. Whyte, deceased, viz. Lot No. 7 of the s ub
divhton of Lot No. 141. fronting thirty feet on
the north side of Braad street, tn hahtiUe, ejsd
-running back, al.mg the west tide of Vinertreet
Iti) feet, to a thirteen feet alley.
Trails Two Hundred Dollars Cash, and Jol
aso uta credit of six. twelve, eighteen and
twenty-four, months. Note with, approved
security repaired lor deferred payments, and
lien retained. . i. ,
"apTa LrSICHOL. ak.
GET A GOOD FIX;
' 1 ' . i 1 ! '.'l fl:
Have Your Shirts Made -to 'Order
'PRE FIT AND FINISH 0FTHESn SlllllTS
I .. 1.1 .. I'A IU.a. aI - i ' a' . . ft
jl. nci imni i ne fiiitrimi ui uiii now vticrvu
tn flitma.V.i . f d ,tri!Mn IU 1'. Kt. Ill
Men'?. . .Iriflshiiig ' Goods,.
DRAWERS, , :.!,
' -it! '- WlVtPRVTjEnS.
' r ii VSV i.
... ... HANDKERCHIEFS
H A T S
Ana in iaci every inins. pertami i
,t.. .,. . ....
man's toilet. , . ,,i ;i
R. II. THOMPSON,
(Old No.S) 4l nierry ulreet.
jan2t-tf ..' -
,1.1.. ( .(
- ; of NAsnvrLLE.
College st,;cet, iicar Onioiij
Designated Depositary and Financial Agent
of the United Statw.
it i9 prepared-to transact a "regular Banking
busiess. and furnish Exchange on - - ,.
NEW ORLEANS. - t
r- , . LOUISVILLE. AND
. r , iCINOINNATI.
Government eenj itiui Gold, and Sll ver.bought
and soldon Commission. . , - .
'' JO'nN.'L'UMSDEN, , Preside bt.
W: J.THOMAS .Cashier-oct2t-ly.
PP!lT.i'ooT?.i. J. MAsnv.. MuapHT,
.EOOTE, MSH & CO.,
Nob 1 17 and 19 West Columbia St.,
LIQUORS AND "WINES.
PCALZK3 IS QINUIXX
. HOBERTSOA' COUNT V,
HOimilOX. RYK AND MOXOXaAHI.A
W HIS KIE
Proprietors of the ' celebrated brand of Ora re
may 13 dlr
1 O O O A. CH E S
o r c ii dick
Wllblu Seven Mile of Nrwlivllle.
THE UNDERSIGNED OFFERS FOR SALE
1.000 Acre of the Tract of Land on which
ha resides. It is susceptible of convenient divi
sion. U exceedingly rich, and Is espeelnlly
adapted to GrnsseH. One-half ot the tract
im r I 1 11 w J n i fr irniB)9 iriBi Kalanna In f I rrt It Af
which, by the aid of the Northwestern Ilailroad,
which passes through it. could be sold in Nash
ville tor more man tne wnnie lana wouia cot.
If you desire one of the bent ."Stock 'rmn
ever offered for sale in Davidson eounty, apply
at once, x nm determined to sen.
bred Ntoeli several fine Stallions from four
to six years old, a few Mare?, and a number of
one and two year old Colts some or thera in
fine condition to be trained the next season.
If the Stallions are not sold soon, they will be
fanned on favorable terms.
I also offer for sale a pair of Thoronsh
fired fletUliiir., well watched nnd broke to
Harness. W. Ii- HAIIUIXU.
December 6, lSGo. tf
The Louisville Courier. Augusta Constitution
alist. Mobile Advertiser and Register, copy to
the amount of 820 and forward bills to this Office.
LIFE INSURANCE CO.
m ... ...a..- .... j . 1. . B,. ,
Asul H'ollclcH I-sueil.j 14,18f)
Nashville Agency: 36 College
P. I. PECK,
N. B. This Comrau
iy has uniformly made J.
i'or cent larger Annual Dividend" than any other
iife InsuraneeCompany represented in this Stale
1000 lids fair to choice N. 0. Sugar;
500 barrel's New Orlean8Molasse3 ;
2000 baga fair to choice Bio Coffee;
150 Mats choice Java Coffee ;
25 Tierces Prime Carolina Hice ;
In itoro and striving, for sale by-
' - i3
XEWC03IB, BUCHAJTAX, Co.,
r, - .14 Fflartli'fitriet,
mrl-3m LODISWIULE, KY
A. & . EANNIE,
NO. 21 IIBOAD STREET,
Between .Market and College treiU,
WHOtESAIE BAIiRBM A.VO CO.V
11 FECTIONEB.?, MaauUeturerl of ' all
kinds of Candief. .Crarker.Ckes.an4vBreid,
Dealers in all kinds of rralu. Nntr, Raufn and
Sardines, Oysters. Canned Fruits, Pickles. Toys,
Notions, etc., etc. t.
The attention of the city and eoantry mtr
chBaUrespectfaljr solicited. I J tf la ,
WM, KEEGAN. Salesman.
fj L: AND ,
BEAUTIFUL NITF.V J'OU
AS REQUIRED BY THE WILL OF THE
late Major Wm. R. LewW his Execntors
are now prcrnrcl to sell m private pale some 'of
the most beautiful grounds in the icinity ot
Nashville, being that portion of the Fairbeld
tract froatiny oa the Smith Mill Turnpike,
bevflnd Brown's creek.
It is offered In 1dL of abiut seven acre. most
uoMrauio auM lur resuiencej, an 01 mem com
manding a beautiful view: of 'Nashville nnd
For further particular. apply to
it t tvwjri
A. r.S. LINDSLEY.'
apr23 tw top col ltp.
Injure i'our ilonie.4.
IUE TENNESSEE MARINE AND FlRE
J. INSl RANCH COM PA ICY is n of on, I
lellable HO.VK OKPI17K' ltllbl r.n mnntrr
duellings fjllcited. Los'cr promptly paid.
A W. BUTLER,
apru m. sp, Secretary.
S"; SIJIl'I.E,. O.UIET,. nfKABI.E. -6
GREAT RANGE OF WORK.
FOtfn DIFFEBEXT STITCHES.
' ISevewlble Feed. Relf-Adjuilliie
- , , Jilmtllo Tension.
THE LATEST IMPROVED AND BEST
C0RDER. TUCKER. HEMMER, FEL
LER AND BRAIDER.
Qiilltinsr Oiiase fftlir"rjjch" Harblne.
S.'T. ' - ai- i.u
The only AIaenine,thnt will Gather and Sew
on at the sanTe"Im"e by simply
Itngtiiening the Stitch.
Every Machine Warranted.
Prices same' as ether Crst-clasa Machines, at
New No. 34 North Cherry at.
ADo, General Agency for the
Howe Sewing Machines,
Which- for manufacturing purpose? cannot be
MACHINES OF ALL KINDS REPAIRED
" AND WARRANTED TN ORDER.
- Alt kinds of Family Sewing done to order
at, the, Florence and the Howe Agencies.
NO. .11 (old No. 17) CIIERllY STREET.
OAItTP sfc EIiTilOTT.
fel.lf. GENERAL AGENTS.
IVew York and Rrcinca Steam
THE FIRST-CLASS l S. IAIL STEAJVf
shin ATLANTIC. Cha.s.Haqrk. Master, will
leave Pier . N. R.. SATURDAY. April 6. at S
o'clock a. m.. for SOUTHAMPTON AND BRE
MEN, taking passengers to Southampton. Lon
don, Havre and Bremen at the following rates,
jpayable In goldor its .equivalent in currency:
rirt cabin, 110; second cabin, steer
From Bremen, Southampton, Havre, to New
Yorkr Tirst cabin, $110: second cabin. $75;
Excursion tickets, out and home : First cabin.
J210- second cabin. $130 1 stege,$7t.
BALTIC. Capt. A. G. J0X13. will follow April
20, Further departures from New'Yorkt May
4. June 1, June 10. June IV. July Si.
For freight or passage apply td
ISAAC TAYLOR. President
marl2 tl 40 Broadway. New York;.
G. H. WESSEL & SONS,
Wholesale Takers anil Confectioners,
.Vos. 13 anil Union Sireet, ?i"r.sh
SE8PECTFIILLY INFORM THEIR
friends and patrons that they have reduced
wholesale prices of Candy and Crackers to
Common Stick Candy, 20c. per lb. ; Fine Fancy
Candies, 26o. and upwurds ; Butter Crackers, by
the barrel or box, 10c. per lb.; Soda Crackers, by
the barrel or box. 10c. per lb. r Pie-Nie Crackers,
by the barrel. 10Je. per lb.; Pilot Bread, by the
barrel, 6c. per lb.
We are also making a fine quality of Bread,
which our w.igons are ready to deliver to any
part of the city. General Dealers in Fine Im
ported Teas. WIne3 nnd Liquor". Scotch Ales
and London Porter. Also, Fruits, Nuts, Hnlslns,
Pickles, Oystera. Sardines', Catsups, Sauce,
Cheese, etc.. etc., which we are offering; at greatly
reduced prices, and to which we invite the at
tention 01 ma I r 11 lie.
feb24-3m J. JI. WESSEI. NOAH.
R. H. GROOMES & CO.,
rT.VDEBTAKEBS FOR CITY AND -l R-
KJ rounding a uutry -Dealers m
METAI.I.H' BI'UIAE CANES.
Office No. 12 North I'tierry SI reel
Manufactory No. 115 South Market SI.
Orders left nteithe
lea will be promptly
PROPERTY FOR SALE,
AT MOBILE, MAY 6, 18C7.
170R DIVISION OF INTIiRKiiT AND SET
JL tlement of the estate ai.Alderson.de-
reae.l, will be sold all that properly known
-iiir-iiA 1 uu.iiiiit. tormerlr
SPKAIt Si. CO, owl lately tnaUf WA1. ALDER
bQh A- CO.. having a front on Ri.yal street of
191 feet, on Theatre street 1TT 4 15 feet, and on
Water street 1W8-12 ref. Tesrether Willi all the
or W. ALDERS0N & CO.
TsbVis Orte- fourth catb and the remainder
atone nnd two years' credit with interest from
date of sale, secared by mortgage of the pre
niUe. nprlC law It.
TheNahvilll. xis AXttDlSTxian will please
publish con -ri. ii. ul-1 1 iiee a week four weeks,
and send bill, wirh marked copy of papereon-
.i ,!... . . . - . i .
iniiuiiK mo jfUTcrie-en rni, in ofifee ni ine
vr-rtwer and RMirirr l.r
AP.P.ESI OF iftlAX, CHIEF, WAftttfABBlHY!.
Arrival of the. Great Eastern
MAim HN.ABLRD THIS
large si eojnr
and all artirie gAeMrllr kept In lb Drygoodj
line, far the weH Bjmwb tsBabrWbtaw.t of a.
RICE & CO ad4 wbieh will be soll at the very
IowMtpxieee. , .i ,
We sell r-rfnt3J Trout lT ; is rente a yam.
Linen Twtt atlVteriUapieee, and all ether
goods In proportion.
ivanave JU rscwni a large i 1,31110
Cotbrs. which will be given t oar tdy ruitem
erx,tberefreeall and mcbto one befr they are
v ill Mil EJtu, auoe ana uai pr Csnl
belrtw cot to close I hew nr.
inara-lo mayl II. RICE 3c CIK
f It II U HLD RIVIK jwMO 1 W.N A A
ashrille. mi Jtffereoa
itret,llIi3 Krrrt i
-ot. H '' "JA.M
i wl 4
. . No. 8J North Cnerryist
: ' ' t, t rtt a. iinn ,,,-
Tbo Central sOrgan oMublicSea- -
' ' 'firaeitt in' Tennessee.' ' -
Subscription Price Reduced.
Ts'lE'KA rlilt'or THE I'EOPtE -ANI
- d- si H
Now ia the Titue 4o
1Y A CONSOLIDATl6N-0 THENftCglij;
VILLE UNION 'AND AMERICAN and, the
DISPATCH, nnd by the generous and united
support of the U.viom a Di3patch by the
pftiu of both the former papers, the Proprie
tors are enabled to present o-Newspapor hilhe.
to unurpa.Med In this city or1 State,
IN FULLNESS AND- ACCURACY -OF
NEWS, our paper will compare favorablr with
the best In the entire counjrj'and In saying
this, we only repeat the expression; of many al
our patrons, who are most capable of Judging in
In tho "Political Interests of
The UNION AND DISPATCH, as hereto
fore, will take the Constitution and laws for Us
guide; and In the dlscuson' of ail the new and
intricate questions and issues arising but of the
extraordinary condition in which the country is"
placed. It will adhere to the principles, and
teachings of the founders and expositors of our
government and Institutions. It will endeavor
to guard with vigilance and defend with, unwa
vering earnestness and faith the rights an4"inee
sU bf all the States, and the essential jjrineii
la.s which constitute the basis cf tho RepabltiL
We shall oppose all invasions ofihee, dad
uphold, the utmost of our ability, the unW
of the States under them. Feeling tbat-thej-are
endangered by the revolutionary schemes -8f
the Radical politicians who now hold the Legis
lative power of the Government, we shall, aim te
cluing of our past opposition to their maa
ir With thee views, which nre no IcMthan
, rviound convictions, we cannot and will nM
hesitate tn defend the unfortunate South frost
the Aspersions and impositions heaped upon Its
people, and urge that JnvriCK and RlOHTihnli
be meted oat to them. .
Manufacturing ami :lo
We shall constantly udmoubh the Seulhsrn
people to be elP'rellantf snd'shall do.KbTtwV
may be able to Induce the establbihment of
manufactories in our mfdu fur our home pxs
JiasU. To this end we will pay jpeefal attentiee
to the rmr and aTATianca of manufaetarlwt.
and exert onrtelvM to encenrage the diversifi
cation of Southern industries ami the develep
uant of Southern resource.
Our Financial and Commor
Every department of business hat an, Imme
diate interwt In the markets of thecanntry, and
in iU financial fluctuations anil condltien. The
man who faUs tn keep himself properly a
vlseilasto the rise and fall of the markets, as
controlled by the laws of demand nnd supply,
and the relative condition of the currency, is
exposed to constant los, ami mnt necessarily
fall beblnd his more intelligent nnd enterprMng
ne!ghlors. In order to make our paper ralaaMe
as well as interesting we shall continue to
make thU a special rciTrKB. Our Daily
.Market Reports, domestic and foreign, by tele
graph, and our City Report, gotten up at heavy
expense, have challenged the commendation t
our best businessmen; while ourcurrent Flnsuj
elal Reports from all the leading meoey ntree
of the country are fuller than- have everbee
published by any other Journal fn Tennesefe.
Upon the Subjeot of A"grioiiliiire
. I v
And klndrel topics, we shall nlsa give aaj ex
tensive variety of Toluable and Interesting roaf'
ter the best-adapted to the farming ls e
our Slate, which will. In a great measure, tup
plyjhe place of a fimlly-agrk-ullurabpaper.
I'or the Family Circle,
And for the speefal pleasure and profit f 4e
young, each week wewlll give a general literary
ami rellgleux mieltuny. Nethlng Bi
Its way Into our column unfit for the penisWljuf
the mothers and dau'gfiun eTTfielcind. Defal
cating the demoraltilni ifenwtta"4Ha of soaht
contemporary JenrnaU, we shall .eschew Uint
charaeter; striving te gjve their eader wWtwalUI
matter, preferring to b erl ' rat bsr1 'tis!
enatlennl. - - '
Deoisions of th'e
Court. ' , ,
In view n the neeefiUles of lheleixal prf)
lion, and the general public Interest aUaeinW
to the many new questions earning beffcr ftr
Judicial tribunate, we will pubHab alt the im
portant dteSdmTSflii fuTretBe Ourt. frwa
oUttal worse, which my b. rsllel open sa
ntlrslr traetwartby. )HkUj .i
' I I' ft .ri.
REDUCTION OF RATES.
We are gratified at being able t stale that
the very large increase In the number .of ur
Daily aad Tri-Weekly BuWseriber esables tH to
reduce the price of subccrlpttoa W these edltloM
We do t a the mere eheerfaHy bee&aoe the neeec-
sitiu cf the people, in the impoverished endt-
tion ef our stricken leotien, require sjmsi eo-
cessions as can be reatenably awde is thek in-
terects. From and alter the Jet January, iheee
fsre, our . ... ,t-
TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION WILLIE,
DAILY r r- SUB OO
WEEIfl.T 3 0"
And for shorter periods at Ike same ratos
gjr We earnestly appeal tajMx friends to aM
extending our eirtulatlenj aai Intfitriby fti
eAsIng onr means of usefiilnew. A cepf of the
pr will be seat grataftouily toianyones sad
tea luteeribtn to tititror.tln edlUoti.
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