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MAIKN-r'Kimi'Anj It.OMrInl. CU R. OPENS. Flint Northern. midnight - .7.-00 a. v. Nozomi Northern. .19 a. M - - . fcOO r. m. rirsi Wnshlnelon nmt Nonthern Tin Clinltntioofa. nm taHiWi.ht 7ioo a. m. fivroitrt Wnsliliipton nnil Southern via Clint fnitooj?n. 4:09 p. m.... 00 p.m. ttecnlur, BlemphU nnd Scxr Orlin.n. 1S0 midnight -20 P. u. KdccitHd ana Kentucky IL.lt. IWa.u lftOOA.M. Xorlliwr! ern It. It. ato p. h wflo a. u. Ibnuoii via Stugc midnight- -M0 p. m. Ttiomntvlllo Tin Stnjrp. Taoiar 103 midnight Tuesday 5:15 p. x. Jortlnn'N Stare viaHtas?. Monday 12rf0 midnight lrflO r.x. Wednesday do do Friday 4 do o OHitto Honrs. From 7 a. it. to 6 P. K. Sundays. 7 to 9 a. u. ItAIXUOASJ TIME TABI.K. SASH VIIXE AND DBCATOR RAILItOAD LINE. Columbia Accomtnodation Train : Arrto. Ksthvtlle 8 A. v. Leave 4.00 p. M. fli nml Aiwimmi-Mlntmn Train: Leave Nashville at- - i"$A'M Arrive at Nashville ; lt4S Memphis. Mobile and N. 0. hxpres": Leave Nashville at -'7.0Q p.m. Arrive at Nashville 2.03 a.m. LOUISVILLE ANT) NASHVILLE RAILROAD. Leave Nashville at... 5.00 a. u. and 7.00 p. m. Arrive at Louisville at- 1.00 p. M. and P. m. Leave ' 8.20 a. m. and 8.00 p.m. Arrive-at Nashville at4.W p. w. and 4.50 a. m. 1'awnger Car attached to Freight Train : Leave Nashville at f 10 P. m. Arrive at Nashville -U-60 M- NASHVILLE AND CIIATTANOOOA RAILROAD. M?h STarkailk at- tSQ a. m. and SjOO r. V. jfiSiJ? SPrrfll.- SoB a. m. and ft r. Arrive at CkattaueeiM- tm P. M. and 2MJ A. M. lieavc .flhaUnwea 7.40 a. m. and ..40 P.M. Arrive nt Nashville 4 JO a. m. and 4.30 p. M. Leaves &tjbyvllje A3) a. m. and 12.50 p. m. Arrives at Nashville 11.10 a. m. and 4.30 p. M. (Sundays excepted.) NASHVILLE AND NORTHWESTERN RAILROAD Passenger Trains. T.Mim Nnhvllle at Mn P. Arrives at johnsonville at Leaver Johnsonville at.- Arrives at Nashville ..... 10-T0 P. M AOO a. M .... 8.50 A. v.. HDBHFIBLD AND KENTUCKY RAILROAD. Arrive nt Nashville nt ?SJ? t Leave Nashville at. 1-30 r. M. Foe a handsome Grenadine or Shetland Shawl go to Figue & ManierH C2 North Market. may" 2vr "Atthntion, Farmhrs! The authorities in cleansing the city have a .ant amount of very valuable manure, which the farmers can have by paying the small expense of transportation. Thin is an opportunity to enrich farms that is seldom offered at so cheap a rate. For particulars see adver tisement. Wn undurtland real estate is selliug to a greater extent than we bad supposed, in view of the stringent money market. And in thi connection, we learn that all the land in and around Fort Negley or St. Cloud H!ll, will soon be thrown upon the market, cut up into lots. Real estate agents are pre paring for a big sale of this property. To the Public in General. Your at tention is respectfully called to the daily arrival by oxprow, of custom-made Boots and Shoes, at the Nashville Shoe Store, 74 North College street. mch. 2C-3m. xl. Moroanstekn. Tin; Sabbath School Gem. This is the title of a well printed! illustrated Sunday School pjcr, editednnd published by Ikv. T. C. Blake of this city, editor of the Eamicr of Peace. We are glad to see that he lias-filled an important gap n our religious literature by this important pub lication. The number before us is full ol well written articles suitable for the minds of children. Look to Your Pavements. For the past ton days a law of the city has been standing as an advertisement in our col umn, requiring all property owners to construct sidewalks or pavements in front of their premises, on all streets that have been graded nnd McAdamiied or graveled at the public expense, by the 1st of J uly. The law requires, in every case of failure, that the street committee shall have it done, at the expense of the owner. A pretty assortment of Mowmbiques Muslins and Grenadines, at minced prices just received at Pigue & Mauier's 02 North Market. iuay7 2w In the report of May day,) Dr. Klishs Harris, Melroiwlitau Board of Mtli (last Tiles- President of the Health of New i York city, soys: Nothing bearing any semblance of Asiatic cholera has yet appeared among the causes of death. A full report of the first 35 fatal cases of that disease witnessed in Nicaragua bar kindly been forwarded to us by a physician on the spot. The poor of New York is lews endangered by that far off epeJemic than it was last autumn in London, Dublin and Liverpool, whence noneSvas imported to our city. The managers of the Protestant Orphan Asylum propose to give a strawberry festi val for the benefit of the orphans, on the evening of Thursday next, the 23d inst., at Masonic Hall. All interested in the cause of the orphan are requested to aid in this effort to replenish an empty treasury! by contributing cream, cake, strawberries, or refreshments of any kind. All such dona tions may be sent to the residence of Mrs. Jacob McGavook, No. 81 Cherry Mreet, or l the hall on the morning of the 23d. Mrs. H. G. Scovhl, Recording Sec'y. If you want cheap Blenched Domestic ga to Pigue & Manicr's 02 North Market, may" 2w Grhat Kxcitbment! It has at last been deoided that the best Boots and Shoes can only begot at the Nashville Shoe Store, No. T4 North College street. inah. 20-Siu. M. Mohqaxctern. A Tmnnessee Girl in Calipornia. Our friend Watson M. Cooke, of Cooke, Little & Co., of this city, is in receipt of a letter from Miss Maria A. Lindsey, from Stockton, California, formerly of Putnam couutv, Tenn., containing two drafts one en Welle, Fargo Co., New York, for three hundred and fifty-four dollars and fifty cents, and one on the Central National Bank, New York, for five hundred dollars, amounting in all to eight hundred and fifty-four dollars and fifty cents "to le distributed where most needed, among the suffering poor of the South." Miss Lind sey is entitled to and will receive the bless ings of many poor widows and orphan children for her kind and timely remem brance of them, whilst far from her own natim State on the Pacific coast. The money will be applied in accordance with the wishes of the genorous givers. A pine assortment of Plantation Goods at Piguc & Maniors 02 North Market. may7 Sw Little boy on tho train for Kingston jestorday ; said he "MUter, the locomotive is a lever of the werd, WdX itf" "Can't say; why do you ask, my little IBnT" . , . H Beoause it mokos and chews. " Yory well. I see it smokes, wit 1kw about the chewing?" ' Did'nt you notice it in the dopot jit belere we leiu uia nv ii cnew, hjcp. . -Load nd then 'chew, chow.' o4M That will de little bov. too will bo a wit Kline g' these days, if you dg-n't take to the weed and wlasky. Religious Service. Ecv. Dr. Charles H. Head, of Richmond, Ya., will preach in the First Presbyterian Church, corner Church and Sumner, to-day at 10 A. at. and 8 p. sr. The Augusta ConntUutionalisl of the 10th inst. says: 'The unanimous election of Col. E. W. Cole, a. Superintendent of the Georgia railroad for the ensuring year, is a just compliment to a most worthy gentle man, whose courtesy is only equaled by in defatigable enterprise." Mr. Cole was formerly Superintendent of the Nashville and Chattanooga railroad. Arson in Gibson County. The Tren ton Gazelle of the 17th says: Just before day on Monday morning last, Mr. Bob. Smith awoko and found his barn on fire. He was in time to save hia stock. Whilst, with a neighbor who run in to assist him in trying to put out the fire, some base wretch, lie does not describe him, fired upon them, the ball taking effect in the thigh of the neighbor. We understand some are trying to lay this to the door of Rebels. This won't do, Mr. Smith is a Union man, and he says Rebels did. not do it. The allair is a personal one. The FfKtiviil Inst KveuIiiR-. Not feeling ourself able to do justice to the splendid festival at the old Nashville academy on Friday night, we publish, with much pleasure, the splendid photo graph of that elegant and fashionable crowd, from the pen of one of the most ac complished ladies of Nashville: " And all went merry as a marriage bell." It is pleasant to be the chronicler of bright scenes and successful occasions, and surely the festival given last evening by the Ladies of the Parochial Societv, for the benefit of the Church of the Advent, was an ovation not only gratifying to its distinguished and noble spirited man agers, but highly creditable to our appre ciative and pleasure-loving commnnitr. The place, the old academv, so fraught with happy memories and cherished asso ciations to many fair daughters of the south, the season May, with its delicious sunshine, balmy zephyrs and fragrant flow ers; the object, rearing a temple to the glory of the most high ; all were alike propitious, and the result was worthy of each and all. Nashville, so noted for her luxurious entertainments and delightful reunions, has seldom witnessed a greater display of fashion, beauty and chivalry, and will long cherish a pleasing remem brance of this church festival. The hall (the exercise room, echoing in other days the merry tones of so many youthful voices, and mirroring such lovely forms and happy faces ; but alas! forso many years silent and deserted,) was filled with an ele gant andappreciative crowd, and brilliantly lighted, decoratedjwith exquisite paintings, green wreaths and festoons of flowers, re minded one of some magic chamber whith er May had summoned her queens from the bowers of beauty to set her seal on theirclaims to empire. Tables loaded with tempting viands, salads, cakes, ice-creams, strawberries, sweet meats and con fits, were dispersed throughout the room, and re ceived their due meed of admiration and patronage. Flower stands, presided over by Floras "fair as the roses they twine," gave a charming variety to the scene. There were lemonade stands, coflee stands: then there was a punch table, surrounded by a crowd of devotees, attracted, of course, not by the punch, though that was pro nounced faultless, but by the charming Hebes, who dispensed theirnectar with the air of angels, to whom giving is more bless ed than receiving. Conspicuous among the fair ones, whose beauty lent such witch cry to the scene, was the lovely MipsE , whose features, Sod as the memory of buried love. And I'uro as the prayer which childhood wafts above. seem almost too perfect for one of earth's daughters. Misa C , elegantly coiffee, attracted much attention, not only by her unique toilet and stylish air, but by her extreme elegance of manner and conversation. Miss II , in a charming robe of lilac and white, reminded us of some spring blossom with the morning dew Etill geming f beauty. Mi W was the eenlre of an admi ring circle, fascinated alike by her wit and grace,and by Tho eye whose dark charm 'twere vain to tell. But sate on that of the gazel), 'Twill assist thy fancy passing well. As large, ns languishingl- dark And soul beams forth in every spark. Miss E , tho' she remained but a short time, made a pleasing impression. Miss D , of the Hermitage, fair and fresh as May roses was much admired. Miss B , lovely as some poets dream, Miss McC fair and graceful as spring snow-drops. Miss M , charming as some eastern pin. Miss E , bright as the evening star. Miss E in a robe according well with her classic style of brunette beauty. Miss H petite and spirited, presided at the table anil dispensed their hospitali ties with great ease and elegance. Mrs McW so gentle and modest in her simple robe of black was much admired. Mrs WV was as usual agreeable and witty. MrsC , the friend of the poor, dis pensed gladness wherever she went. Mrs. E , Mrs. M , Mrs. R , ably represented that fascinating class who, since the days of Ruth, have been such successful gleaners in the wheat fields of Cupid; and from the admiring crowds that hung hewitriied on their wordsand smiles, we think that old man Welter's warning words, "be ware of widders," have fallen unheeded on the ears of Nashville Samivels. The chivalry of the city was also ably represented. The editorial corps by Messrs. Roberts, Jones, Ward, and Bell. The disciples of Esculapius by Drs. B , N 1, N h, M , and others. Col. S , Mr. W , Dr. S , won laurels as managers, and proved themselves ii'cful as well as highly ornamental. Gen. S and Col. F were conspicuous as gal lants, and verified the words of French wit an agreeable man, like genuine French brandy, only improves with time, and grows more charming with age. One of tho most agreeable features of the evening was the attendance of several United States officers, mingling pleasantly in the festivi ties of the occasion with their late oppo nents in arms, and contributing liberally to the success of the. entertainment. We trust that this festival will be followed by many others equally agreeable and success ful, and that ere long the ladies of the Pa rochial Society will behold, as the fruits of their pious zeal and generous enterprise, another temple consecrated to the worship of the great Creator. With such noble minded and high-spirited ladies in our midt, we need have no fears for the pros perity of onrcity, and we may feel confident that, though' cruel war may desolate our beauteous land, and blicht and pestilence chill many bravo hearts, the religion of Christ can never droop or languish. AV . Planters' Rank Xofcs Re deemed at par. mayl lm D. WEAVER, Cashier. A general assortment of desirable Drygoods at reduced prices arc offered by Picuc & Manicr, 02 North Market. 7 2w H&TS FOR THE SPRING! THE LATEST NEW YORK, - LONDON and PARIS STYLES, or -It COLORS ANT) qCAMTV. AT WAIN fc WAI.KEU'S. 13 and' O INCLUSIVELY IN "TIIE HAT .aOT-a tfiS inTethlr hVuIe la me uy. CAT badness, we esn oner a mare ex 1VAIX !' IVAIjKER, (Saeeeteers to WaterfieVd & Walker,) bmu-H tf 26 rCBUO SQUAKE. Cot worms are doing Jsome damage to the corn in Sumner county. There was a false alarm of fire yester day. The steam engines turned out, but, happily, found nothing to do. Tae preliminary surveys of the Lebauon and Gallatin railroads have been commenced. Says the Gallatin Examiner, of yesterday: The prospects of the wheat and corn north of the ridge, in this county, we are glad to hear, are fine. The peaches were all des troyed by the frost, but apples promise to be abundant. The "Slaats Zeitung," the German Radi cal organ, owned and edited by John Buhm, EsqT, will appear on and after to morrow as an evening paper. It will be the only evening paper in the city, and as such, will have additional claims upon its friends. Tobacco. The Tobacco is coming in freely. A good deal is being shipped by the river to New Orleans, and a fair share is sent (o Clarksville. Some parties have been hauling their tobacco to Gallatin and sending it by Railroad to Louisville. A majority, however, zegard river transpor tation as much cheapest and Clarksville as the best market. llartmlle Videlte, 18A. The Agricultural and Mechanical Asso ciation of Sumner county have resolved to hold their next annual fair at Gallatin, commencing on the 23d day of next Sep tember, and continuing six days. The di rectors have taken the necessary steps to put the grounds in good condition, and everything will be done to make the exhi bition both agreeable and attractive. Until further notice, no train will leave Nashville on the Nashville and Chatta nooga Railroad at 5 p. si. Sundays. The only Sunday train leaving Nashville for Chattanooga and points South will be the regular dajutrain at 5 A. m. The Sunday train due from Chattanooga at 4:30 p. M., will also be abandoned. Tiie Wheat Crop. During a trip to the country yesterday, we had an oppor tunity to see large fields of growing wheat. They were, without exception, very luxu riant, and almost ready for the reaper. Indeed, we noticed one fruitful field, a patt of which had been already cut. It will be a blessed thing for the poor when the golden grain is brought to market. The present famine prices of flour, are grinding their faces terribly. A Dull Saturday. In the Recorder's Court, yesterday, there were but two cases up for trial, and these were of no particu lar interest. It was, doubtless, a relief to the Recorder to have so little to do, as it' afforded him an opportunity to mix with his old friends from the country, and hear what they had to say about "the situation," prospects for good crops, &c. The Magistrate's Courts were equally barren. Dwyer, arrested Friday for pass ing counterfeit money, was discharged by Squire Wilkinson, as no prosecutor appear ing against him. We believe this is all the Magistrate's records could show. By tho way, it is said, the good Squire officiated at a marriage Friday night, and joined a couple together. We hope he did the job well, as that's what he is in the habit of doing. Dr. Bernhardt. Glasses. It is known that Dr. Bernhardt, who has been in the city, at the St. Cloud Hotel, for several weeks, has given entire satisfaction to all who have applied to him for the relief of defective sight. The following testimonial from a distinguished gentleman will only serve to etrengthen the confidence already entertained as to his skill and services: State ok Souto Carolina, Executive Department, Columbia, June 10, 1807. Sir : I have made full and satisfactory tost of the spectacles procured from you, and I have the pleasure to say that "the glasses are better adapted to my eyes than any I have ever used. The facilities with which" you fitted the glass to my eye fur nished me conclusive evidence of your scientific skill in optics, and your thorough experience as an oculist. Your attainments in your profession en title you to the confidence, patronage, and gratitude of the public. T have the honor to be, Very respectfully, yours, James L. Or.n, Governor of South Carolina. Prof. M. Bernhardt, Charleston, S. C. lite l'lc-nle ofllio AIcKciulroe Ciuircli nt Kingston Spring. An army of bright faced children marched down Church street yesterday morning, their little hearts, keeping time with their blithe steps to the car which was to take them to the Kingston Springs. The railroad which passes by the springs, runs through one of the loveliest countries in this garden land of the South. The tall hills, crowned with a diadem of trees, the valleys with their velvet robes of blue grass, the fields of barley and sweet-scented clover make this one of the loveliest Arcadia's in the Western world It has been said that Nature must have been in a frolic when she moulded the hills and scooped out the ravines of this picturesque land. When ail were on the cars, the crowd was counted and numbered over six hun- Ired. In an hour and a half we reached King ston. There the motto was "let joy be tin- confined," and such a day of recreation and pleasure. The dusty denizens of the city who neverstray beyond the city walls nave but fwhle plimnscs of the preat Deitv. "To him who in the love of Nature, holds com munion with ine visible loriu., She pcaks a various language." Oh. how delightful to wander through Nature's great arena, and listen to the mu sic of babling brooks and be kissed by the fragrant breezes trom woodland bowers, tor Ksture is uou . ambassador. At tho rineinc of the bell the crowd as sembled under the trees, which were "God's first temples," and then several beautiful Sunday school hymns were sung, all the children joining their tiny little voices in every song. Mr. J. O. Griffith, Dr. Morgan, Mortimer Hamilton, Joseph Wheless, and many others of the main pillars ot old McKendree. seemed rejuvinated with the enchantment of this beautiful scene. After the singing, Master Ed. Pennybaker delivered a chaste and ap- opriate address, breathing in polished nods the fragrance of a May morning morning, men loiiowed aiasier onn Kay in a speerh on ' liovs, Vhat they Like and what they Don't Like." This was a fine take off on boys generally; we know it was every word true, for by the aid of memory we turned over a few of the back pages in our life's diary, and it was all recorded there. It gavemucfi satisfac tion to the crowd, and caused great out bursts of laughter. Our young friend Capt. Morton, was the next speaker. His address though short, was well-timed, though his fire-tried heart quivered before some of the bright eyed fairies in the auditorium. Then came the dinner, which was su perb. Every thine; that fair hands -could prepare, was strewn in profusion on those long tables, and what an interesting time all of us had. After dinner Mr. Jones of this city de livered an address, abounding in happy similes and glowing thoughts. Homeward bound, at halt after six we reached the city everybody congratula ting everybody else on the happy festival at the springs. We congratulate the officers and teachers of .M civ en dree on their sue cea&fal celebration, and return them our thanks for courtesies rendered us. FOE SALE OR BENT, AX&1 iS11 I iu, ,i nu.i mntnininr nine or ten rooms N ELIGIBLE DWELLING. IN THE SIG Church mil Broad, containing nine or ten rooms and m perfect repair. Apply xo nl T. A. McC ALL. st Cheatham. Woods Jl Co.'s. maylSlm earner Church aad Cherry sts SPECIAL NOTICES. Medical. Not only in this city, but this entire country has become familiar with the reputation of Dr. Coleman, as the most reliable and successful practitioner, ia his speciality, in the South. Perhaps no physician has given more attention to, and applied himself more earnestly and assiduously to discover the isost speedy and positive cure of IMseaxes of Fe males, DIsrascH of a prlvnte nature, XVnnhood'H Icbllltles, Self-abuse, Ker vous Debilily, Nexnnl Infirmities, etc.. than he has. Patients who reside in the country can have the remedies applicable to their sev eral disorders forwarded to any part, carefully secured in a portable compos, and in every respect of convenient use. Ladies need not hesitate in applying for advice. A personal in terview 13 npt always necessary. Medicines, with instructions; can be administered through ,the medium of correspondence. Dr. Coleman may always be found in his Ofilce, in the rear of his Orajc Store, on Mc Leinore street. His medicines are carefully and accurately compounded by educated and accom plished pharmaceutists. Address, L. L. Coleman, M. D., aprll tf 210 Church St., Nashville, Tenn. 150,000 fekt Seasoned Poplar Plank, AValkct, Cucrbt and Asu. corner of Craw ford and North Summer streets. mayT-lm The Healing: Pool, nnd Houhp of Mercy. Howard Association Reports, for Young Men. on the CRIME OF SOLITUDE, and the Errors, Abuses and Diseases which de stroy the manly powers, and create impediments to Marriage, with sure means of relief. Sent in sealed letter envelopes, free of charge. Address, Dr. J. SKILLIN HOUGHTON. Howard Asso ciation, Philadelphia, Pa. mayl93m Special Kotlcc. ON THE OPENING OF A BILLIARD Room it is generally the custom, as every one knows, to have several champions present to entertain the public for a few hours; but on account of so much sufferine among our people, we thought proper to give the orphans of this city and poor of Chattanooga that benefit, which we have done for the last two weeks. And again, as it is sometimos the custom of giving premiums, such as watches, etc., ana1 having proof of the last two weeks' busmesif that the citizens of Nashville appreciate our efforts to help the needy, we havo therefore concluded to give ten per cent, of our profit to the poor of Nashville, from the 1st day of April, 1SG7, up to October 1st, 1SH7, (six months,) which amount .will be remitted weekly to the Mayor of Nash ville. We hone that the amateur billiard play ers and the public in general will appreciate the cause and sustain it. CAUVIN & BERTHEOL. mar30 tf Colonnade Billiard Hull. Cedab Floobino, Cedar Post, Fencino Plank and Drawkd Poplar SnisoLEs, very low, corner of Crawford and North Summer sts. may7-lm O. Bobmo, Trimmings nnd Vnrieljr Store, 139 Church Street, (Kirkman Block. The latest Novelties in Staple nnd Fancy Trimmings. AH the friends I made the last fifteen years arc politely invited and requested to bring their friends along. The old establishment on Union street will, for the present, be kept up, in first rate style, too. mar31 tf I will positively Sell Cheap for Cash, the fjllowing?goods : Men's sewed and pegged Calf Boots. - Men's fine sewed and pegged Calf Gaiters, Men's Balmorals and BroganShoes and Boots. Men's Oxford Ties. Ladies' Glove Kid Gaiters. " " " Balmorals. " " and cur Kid side lace Boots. " Dressed and undressed Moroco lace Boots, " Cloth Gaiters and Balmorals. " Buskins and Slippers. Misses Cloth Gaiters and Balmorals. " Calf and Kid sewed lace Shoes. " ' " pegged " Glove Kid BalmoraU. Child Gaiters and Balmorals, sewed and pegged. Infant Shoes in great variety; At the Nashville Shoe Store, 7-t North College street. M. Morqanstern. nmr25 3m Doors, Sash and Blinps at cert, corner of Crawford and North Summer streets. may7-lm A Card to 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 the whole train of disorders brought on by baneful and vicious habits. Oreat numbers have been cured by this noble remedy. Prompted by a desire to boned the afflicted and unfortunate, I wili send the recipe fer preparing and using this medicine, in a sealed envelope, to any one who needs it, FEEEOrcnAROE. Address Joseph T. Invi.v, Station D, Bible House, New York city. febl4-3m Ilachelor's Hair lyc This splendid Hair Dyo Is the best in the 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 Had Duet. Invigorates the hair, leaving it soft and beautiful. Tho genuine is signed William A. Jiatchelor. All others are mere imitations, and should bo avoided. Sold by all Druggists and Perfumers. Factory 61 Barclay street. New York. (de029-ly .Nellliii; Out at Sew York Cost. To close business, we are positively closing out at New York cost prices our stock of Fine Groceries, Wines, Brandies, Havana and Do mestic Cigars. Pandolfini i Riva, janlO 12 North Cherry street. An sligible front portion of an office on Church street, in the Maxwell House, can beobtained by applying at this office, or at No. 79 Church street, next door to the Masonic Hall. febl tf To Consumptive. 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 aucction, ana that dread disease. Consumption is anxious to make known to his fellow-sufferers the means of cure. To all who desire it, he will send a copy of the prescription used, (free of charge), with the di rections for preparing and using the same, which they will find a sure Cure for Consumption, Asthma, Bronchitis, Sre. The only object of the advertiser in sending the Prescription, Is to benefit the afflicted, and spread information which be conceives to be invaluable ; and hopes every sufferer will try this remedy, as It will cost them nothing, and may prove a blessing. Parties wishing the prescription, will please address Rev. EDWARD A. WILSON, Williamsburg. Kings county. New York. oct23 lydtw JOHN T. FOOTK. J. it. NASH. S. it. UDRPBT F00TE, NASH & 00., Noa. 17 and 19 West Columbia St., CINCINNATI, ItlSTI I.I-KILS OF COLOGNE,: Nl'lHlTS, ALCOHOLS, 'and douestio LIQUORS AND WINES. dealers in genuine UOIIEttTNON COUNTY, HOimilON, ItVE AM MONOXOA1II.A W H I S E I E s. Proprietors of the celebrated brand of Ora ge vaiiey n nisny. may!8 dly' OFFICE OF TIIE Merchants' and Manufacturers' MUTUAL INSURANCE CO. CHAMBER OF COMMERCE, NASHVILLE, TEXX., MA Y I, 1867, lb all Payer of Iimtrance Premiwni: mm " MERCflANES' AND MANUFAC I ttirrrx' Mutual Insuraneo Company." now compUtely organized, with its office at the (-linmlicr of Commerce, will issue Poli cies against loss or damage by Fire, and the perils or tne seas ana riven, m WOOI fc SIMPSON. Tin. SO nnd 52 Front St., near Itrond, TinTT.PRS- SHEET IRON BREECHING. JJ Chimneys and PSre Beds made to order. Repairing and everything in our lino prsmptly attended to. apraOJm FISAtfCE AND TRADE. Gold is a shade lower, having opened in New York yesterday at 137, was 137 at 10:25, 137at 11, 13GJ at 1:30 and closed at 136f at 3 r. jr. Dealers here were paying 135 and .holding at 13CJ. Government securities were quoted in New York yesterday, as follows: f-2ftj, coupons.... 5-20s, d series, coupons-. ............... 5-3)3, 3d series, coupons 5-203, new issue - 10-t0s,.. . y,0 ................ .. ......... " 2dand 3d 'serieX'r.r.'.Z!...!... London advices of the 18th inst. quote United States 5 203 at 72. Exchange on New York was taken by the banks yesterday at par, and sold at J premium. There was but little done hi uncurrent funds. Bank of Tennessee was bought at 33c, and held at 3Cc. Other Tennessee money and Southern hank notes were dull at the advertised rates. Nashville corporation checks were bought at 1517c discount. Tennessee bonds sold in New York on the 15th inst. as follows : $1000 ex. cou pons at 64c, $5000 new at 62Jc, ?900C new at 62fc ?2000 new. at 62c, $2000 ez coupons at 64c. Virginia ex. coupon bonds sold at 44c, North Carolina ex. coupons at 4GJc, and Missouri at 9CJ 97c. GENERALMAEKETS. Nashville, May 18, p. m. Cottok. The cotton market came to a pause to day. There was but little of fered, and buyers were not inclined to op erate, whilst holders were not much more, inclined to sell. One adventurous pur chaser went in on one bale for which he gave 22 cents per pound. This was the only sale that we heard of. Received--.....- 15 bales. Shipped - 43 " It will be seen by the following dis patches that the sales in New York this week were heavy, and that the Liverpool market closed quiet but firm : New York, May 18. Gold opened at 137. 10:25 A. M. Gold 137. 11:30 A. M. Gold 137. Cotton dull at 2828c for uplands. Receipts of the week, S425 bales; sales 18,000; stock 200,000. 1:30 r. jr. Gold 13GJ. Cotton un changed. 3 p. jr. Gold 13G. Cotton dull. Sales to-day 800 bales, uplands 28 ; Or leans 29. Liverpool, May 17, 11:30 A. jr. Cotton quiet but firm. Sales to-day 10,000 bales at lljlljd. Corn. There was but little done in corn to-day. No change in prices. We still quote at $1.23 per bushel in store ; $1.25 delivered at the depot. Hay $3031 per ton. Flour Supply limited, but the high prices make the demand light. We quote at $12 5017 50 per bbl. Bacon Demand moderate. Sales at 131c for clear sides, and 1415 for hams. Groceries Firm. Market quiet. MARKETS bYLEGRAPH. yew York Money anil Stork 9Inrkel. Nkw Yore, Slay 18. It was decidedly easier in money matters towards the close of banking hours, and demands from brokers were freely met at 5G per cent on miscellaneous collat erals. The Link statement of Monday will show an increase of about 4,200,000 in loans : $1500,000 inapecie: $30,000 in circulation, and (15,000 in deposits, showing adecrease of $4,100, liO in legal tenders. The statement ia unfavor able on the whole, and reflects very plainly the fact that the banks hare cither been buying freely or lending on gorernment bonds. Gold clojtd dull and steady. Loans made from flat to 6 per cent. For foreign exchange dull and Gnu. Governments dull and lower, from the fact that Mr. Graham's name appears as register on certain series of '03 coupons, which were supposed completed before he took the office. Registered coupons of '81 MKM ; 5-20s do registered '62 100106i : 5-a)s coupons '62 103109; 5-20 coupons. '01 105105 ; 5-20 coupons of '65 106106 : 10-lOs registered 9999: August $-30 100106 ; June 7-30s 10510o. GREAT EXUTEMENT ! ! Greenbacks Wanted. Come One, Come All ! WE WILL SELL. FROM THIS DAY. Goods cheaper than any other houso in existence. The best Cnlleoi, from 10 to IB oentH per ynrtl. The hent Brown Domestic nt 18c. nrlnlncs at 20c. Dleacliefl Semper Idem Domeitlc, 5215 to 27c. New York 3II1N Domestic, 27c. The Finest Orjrandy Mnslln forjnoc Casimeres. Doeskins. Cloths, and all other Goods in proportion. We call attention particularly to our DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT, as we will sell greater bargains than ever were sold. Also to our targe stock of GENTLEMEN'S HATS, which we will sell 33 per cent. less than New York cost. Will only sell at these prices lor one month, Come quick and purchase at No. 02 North College Street. mayl51m O., B P.4T.J (old No. 59.) FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF N A H 11 V I X. I. K . Capital Stock 1m III in...- 8250,000 Surplus or ConlliiKiit Fnnil, 40,000 Desi glial ed Depository of tlie United States. DEALS IX ALL KINDS OF HOVritXMF.NT SF.CCUITIF-S, STOCKS anil BONDS. GOLD and NIL.VF.lt. REVENUE STAMPS ON HAND AND FOR SALE AT TIIE USUAL DISCOUNT. S- Particular attention paid to Collections. A. (1. SaNFORD, J. C. McCRORY, President. Cashier. apr!8 3m CHANCER T SALE FOB Wednesday, June 5, 1887. W. Greenfield and others vb. A. J. Mc Whirter. TN PURSUANCE OF DECREE OF THE X Chancery Court in thi3 ease, 1 will sell, on the premises in EdgcGeld, on WKDNESDAT, JUNE fl, 18C7, About six acres of land, divided into lets of fifty feet by 270, and situated on Bienville street. This property adjoins the lands of ex-Governor Neill S. Brown, and is within a few hundred yards of the Gallatin Pike. This property lie well, and contains most beautiful building sites. Omnibuses and collation as usual. TERMS. Credits of six. twelve, eighteen and twenty-four months. NotM with approved per sonal security required, with interest from day ofsale.and Hen retained. Sale free from redemp tion. MORTON B. HOWELL. O. and M. ARRINGTON. FARRAR 4 WEAKLEY, maylotd Agtnta. NOTICE. rnilESTOCKHOLDERSOFTnE McGAVOCK 1 and Mount Vernon Street Railroad ore re quested to meet at the ofiiee of the Company, No 87 Cherry street, on MONDAY next, at 2 o'clock r. m. . , ,, mayl73t F. R. CHEATHAM. t. T RIVER NEWS. ARRIVED. j. 4. Alpha, Up River. Gen. Sigel, Up River. ; f , j DEPARTED. A. Baker, Up River. J. L. Graham, Up River. Talisman, Cairo. The river is falling gradually with, about 3J feet water on Harpeth Shoals Weather clear and pleasant. The Alpha and Gen. Sieel came down with good trips. The Talisman had a fair trip of both freight and passengers. She took about 50 colored soldiers for Jefferson barracks. The Tyrone is due to-morrow from Cairo, and will leave Tuesday at her reg ular hour. The Tyrone is a favorite packet, and if any one travels per Cumber land and she is in port, why he takes her. Its "nay-lurai" We have no changes to note in the downward tendency of the western waters. The high riaes have collapsed, and banks are growing higher out of water daily. The fact is, the season is drv for May, and bids fair to get, like the tongue of a choked off whisky drinker, drier. We have often heard of fabled June rises, but never saw one. If the thing occurs this year, our steamboat men may rejoice. The Ohio and Mississippi are, however, in good navigable condition. For Cairo, St. Lonis, Slomplilx anil New Orleans. TnE FIXE PASSENGER PACK ET, TYRONE. Tom IUriiov, Muster. Wash Wkaveb. Clerk, will leave as above on TUESDAY, the 21st inn., at 4 o'clock r. m. . For Freight or yaraace-apBiy n fcuatu, or to CORBKXT IiOYD. 41 and 42 Front street. or HARRISON It SONS. mayl9 2t Agents.TJ For Louisville and Cinviiumti. rriHE SPLENDID SIDE-WHEEL DE-WHEEL , rrr . J. Passenger steamer. Stii'i. Hn.DRKTir. Mast Wise. Clerk, will leave for ahove ond interme diate ports on MONDAY, the 20th inst.. at 12 o'clock it. lor freight or passage apply on board, or W. A. PEEBLES, Cor. liroail and Front st?., or C0RHETT & BOYD. Agents. mayl9 It R. I.. WKACLKT. T. J. YARRROUGU. WEAKLEY & YARBR0UGH, JVJiolesale Grocers and! Commission Merchants, NO. 0 NORTH COLLEGE ST., NASIIVM.I.r. - TENN qualities of Flour, Coffee and Sugar, which will be sold at lowest cash prices. Also, fine brands of Liouors. feb21-3m In Chancery at Nashville. Court at Nashville. April the 22d. 1S67. Andrew Tyler, complainant, vs. Kobert i. Woods, ad'mr. Ac, et als. defendants. TT APPEARING TROM AFFIDAVIT FILED X in this cause that defendants Robert . Walker, Agnes Norvel, nenuen u. nay, rjpsey Kay, Jno. D. Kelly, Mary Kelly, , alary iveny, uuuii ncj . Robert Lapsley, Norvell T T -1 T 1 ,1 Alnnma VnnpA HfA Tl On . T ftSlrt T1 1.1 of the State of Tennessee; it istherefore ordered that they enter their appearance herein on or before the third Monday of the uext term of said Court, to be held on the firsr Monday in May next, iboi, ana pieau, answer or ucmu, m t ' 1 1 . I.:n ,l,n (-o.nl. will Ko I n L-(i n fhr confessed as to them and set for hearing ex 1 1 1. - o .... r.e ,la nr.lnr lio Till h ! I a h f-i I for four consecutive weeks in the Nashvillo Union and Uispatcn. A copy Attest : " " i;1"' Clerk and Master. Michael Vaughn. Sol'r for compl't- aprlS-wtt Tn Chnncerv at Nashville. State of Tennessee Clerk's Office, Chancery Court at Nashville, April the Ktb, 1807. James Whit worth, adnTr, complainant, vs. .dd. Denting, defendant. TT APPEARING FROM AFFIDAVIT FILED J. in this cause that the defendant. Ebb. .Deal ing, is a non-resident of the State of Ten nessee: it is therefore ordered that he enter his ai.peari.nco herein before or within the first three days of the next term of said Court-to be held on tne tniru monuuy m iuj uh Dleau, answer or ucmui uiu.u.u.... .. the same will bp taken for contested as to him and set for Hearing ex pane, uuu imi j thU order be published for four successive weeks in theNushvillo Union an.u;i'jh.v t . Acopy-Atiesi: "fnk.ni Muter. W. F. Cooper, Sol'r for compl't. opr21 4tw In Chancery at Linden, Tennessee. frivtriRT nm.r.R. 1367.1 Spencer Pickard vs. S. L. Clark, et al. Original Attachment and Injunction Hill- TN THIS CAUSE IT Art EAIlliNU 1U lllr. satisfaction to ine uieru mm wwtci affidavit, that S. L. Clark Is a non-resident and of Georgia so that tho ordinary process , of la w cannot ueserveu upuu . a newspaper puDiisueu m iu ","? near at tne next icrm.ui ; w.., . te held in the town of Linden. Perry county. . iL. ...1 Mnmlnr in 1 11 Tl Tl PT t Tennessee, ou iuu ccvuu u 1867 to plead, answer or demur to complainants bill or tho same will be taken for confessed as to him and set for hYM.fioMAS. C. and M. apr23 wtt Tn Chancerv at Nashville. State of Tennes.'ee-Ierk's .Office. Chancery Court al rasuvnie, jv r" Andrew J. Moore, complainant, vs. P. II. Parks et als., defendants. TT APPEARING FROM AFFIDAVIT FILED non-resident of the State of Tennessee : It Is therefore ordered tnai sue emer uer uim. herein on or boforethe third Monday of the next term of said Court, to bo uem on me unimra day in May next. 18G7. ond plead, answer or de mur to compiainnms uui. ur juo ex parte, and that a copy of this order be pub- : - i '- r..,.. rviniiKntiirn neek in theNaSu- Ville Union and Dispatch. unu'prT A copy-Atteet : M. B. HOtt ELL. ' ' Clerk and Master. H. II. Harrison, Sol'r for compl't. aprZJ wit. EQEITAIII.E .RATES OF PIIE.MU'M. The great characteristic point of this Com pany is that of an equitable commercial copart nership, in which every partner participates to the full extent ot his contributions, whether in Stock or Insurance Premiums. The Stock is fixed at One Hundred Dol Inn per Share, in order that the SMALL as wen as me uiiimii in; v i u v. . 1 1. niiui.ij . .-j juttly and equitably participate in the advan tages onerea. The STOCKHOLDERS are guaranteed an annual Interest of ten per cent, upon the amount paid np. , , The INHIjKKD shares pro rata wun tne STOCKHOLDER the profits derived from the business. f IBB SUUJCCl IB uuo Jtisuj ciiuii... m..i. ous attention of every intelligent merchant and real estate owner, and a close investigation can not fail to develop the advantages of security to the insured and prosperity to the insurer, presented by the Merchant' and Manufaetureri Mutual insurance company, unaer a iair suio of public patronage and close attention to its proper administration. A. r. GOFF, President. N. HOB.HON, Viee President. W. II. GORDON, Secretary. XlIKECTOnS. A. F. GOFF. Ex-GoTernsr NEILL S- BROWN. GEO. C. ALLEN, of Geo. C. Allen A- Ce.. Cotton Factors. Dr. C. N. ORDWAT. of Bailey, Qrdway & Co.. Cotton Factors. A. G. EWING, of Erring k Co.. Wholesale Grocer. H. T. MASSENGALE, of Maengolo 4 Snyder. Commission Merchants. ARCHER CHEATHAM, of A. Cheatham k Co.. "Wholesale Liquor D eaters. JNO. HUaHES. of Jno. Ilogbee 4 Co., Whole- .-1. rirAilAr flUO V 1 Will J N.CORBETT, of Corbctt A Boyd. Cmmi- S. L. DE5I0VTLLE, of Demorille 4 OeDrac W. W. T0TTF.N. of W. W. Totten 4 Bro.. J. H. BtTDDEKE. of J. II. Buddeke 4 Co.. f amur uroccn. WM. STOCKELL, of Wm. Stsekell & Son, Ornamental Plasterers. R. F. WOODS, of Cheatham. Woods 4l Co.. ,.L-I .1. T U... Ti I n UU1C3AIB lllUai ALBERT ROBERTS, or Repnbllean.Banner may IS lm THE STATJE INSURANCE COMPANY, OF NASHVILLE. CAPITAL, $200,000 FIRE, MARINE, HULL 1SD INLAND TRANSPORTATION UI5UN Taltrn nt Equitable Knt4s. SLo3.cs fairly adjusted and promptly paidCa Office, Second National Bank building. College street. JOHN LUMSDEN. President. W: J. THOMAS, Vice President JOSEPn NASI If, Secretary. ap!6-d6m-sp HTN A LIFE INSURANCE CO. 0. Hartford, Connecticut, Asseti, January ..$4,500,000 InI. 1N07, Income T?HroT' 83,522,935 .Inn AnU I'ollrle ljnrl,J- 14,1S9 Nashville Agencv: 36 College YV. D.TAEBOTT. P. P. PECK. Gcurrnl Agent. RoMlilent Agent, xt t rri.: n I :r t.. . 1 or XI. x. Aula iiULii All i ii ii n uuiiuiwi, UIOUD percent larger Annual Dividends than any other T - C . T II 1-1 : CJ.. jjuoxuiuraticexVuiriBuy rcprcscmeu in tuts tjiato n i c Thos. S. Make, Pres't. L. G. Tahbox. Cash'.. NATIONAL SAVINGS COMPANY,;: Corner Union and College Streets. mllE FOLLOWING ARE THE RATES PAID JL for U. S. Securities. Compound Interest Notes, Gold, etc- by the National Sitings' Company, corner of Union and College streets; 5-20s coupons -10? 5-209 2d series coupons- 104 5-20s 3d series couDons.......... 105 6-20s New Issue- lff?V. 10-10s- r3 -308 105V. -30a 2d and 3d 105 Compound Interest Notes, June, 1S0I 1 IS1 July, isi us Aug.. ISM.. Oct.. 111.. .11: ...11G .115 ...112 -111 ...110 .-111 ... 00 .. frt Dec. 1804... May. 1805.... Aug.. ISO.... Sept., 1S0S.... Oct., 18(15 . . Tennessee lionds-.. Coupon Loni.villoi Nashville R. R. Stock- 85 Louisville A Nashville R. K. Tax Receipts.110 Niuhvi le Uhattanooea K. K. Stocfc II) Nashville Corporation Checks 35 South Nashville Street R. R. Stock 40 Suspension Bridge Stock .......... J2 Uavidson county isonus vd Gotd 135 Silver 120 FORKia.V KXGHAXGK. On London $0 90 per pound. On Dublin Cifl " " On Edinburgh fiM) " " On Berlin 1 03 per thaler. On Frankfort C0 " guilder And on all the principal cities of uermany, The following are the rates paid for uncurrent money: TENNESSEE. south carouxa. People's Bank - 45 Planters' and Me chanics' Bank 13 State Bank. 07 Southwestern R.R-. 25 Union Bank 55 ALABAMA. Bank of Mobile 90 B'k of Montgomery, 50 Bank of Selma 20 Central Bank OS Commercial Bank 10 Eastern Bank 45 Northern Bank . .. 40 Southern Bank 90 GEORGIA. Central R. R. B'k--. 90 Georgia Railroad ' BankfngCo- - 95 B'k ofMid.fleorgia, 80 Marine Bank - 95 Bank of Augusta 35 Augasta Insurance- 15 Bank of Columbus 05 Bank of Commerce, 10 Bank of tho Kmpire State 22 Bank of Tennessee, old issue 30 Planters' Bank 93 Union Bank -..par Union Bank Cert's par irkfri'naitanooga, iu Bank of Commorce.par Bank of Knoxville. 60 B.ink of Memphis, par li'k of Middle x'enn, . Bank of Paris par Bank of the Union, par B'kof West Tenn- 45 Buck's Bank - par City Bank 6 Commercial Bank - & Merchants' Bank -par Northern Bank par OcoeeBank 10 Bank of Shelbvrille. 85 Southern Bank 25 Traders' Bank -par Life s. uercral In surance Co, 25 socTn carouxa. Bank of Camden. -.40 Bank of Charleston, IS Ronlr if f'hnxter 12 Bank of Athens 45 Bankof Georgetown 13 , Bank of Fulton 36 HanK 01 uammirg iy BanK oi savannaa, ja P. Ant rtfNewhefrv... 4frISank Ofthtf StteTrT" Bank of the State of Georgia 10 South Carolina- 03 City ITKor Augwta. Z7 Commercial Jiimk 02 1 farmers ana Ale- Exchange Bank 15 Farmers' and Ex chanies' Bank- Mechanics' Bank Merchants' Jc Plant ers Bunk Planters' Bank Union Bank .......... change Bank 02 Merchants' Bank 12 Planters' Bank of FairCeld 05 Jas. O. Oudk,v, Prest. Cms. T. Wi.no. Cashier p i: o p 1. 1: n it a n u , SUCCESSORS TO WIXU.TOHEY A-CO., Corner Union nnd Cherry St., Opposite HllllK Ol M01in'H-S. IM'lllM 111 tiu. Silver, Government Storks, Com pound Interest Notes. Ijiint W'nrrmHK unit Southern linnli Note. CLOSING! PEICK3 THIS date. U. S. Bonds. '41 HOUrOold i 5-20's 1st series '02 103 Silver 12S 2d " '64 105 ' 3d " '65 106 LAND WARAXT3. 40,warlhl2S i 80, " $ 80 120. " S1002 100, " $140 100, not 1312 $135 TE.NKF.8SEE BANC NOTES. Bank Tenn old 30 New (Jan A-July) VTlW Coup. 10-4US VJ AuKT-zosm series iuo. June " 2d " 105V v a n l 1 inf I -1 Uomp. int. iNotes, June. 18tU HS'-i' Planters Bank W 11742lUnion Bk A Cert's tt July " Aug " Oct "" Dec " May,lS65 Aug ' Sept " Oct " lnlilBank Chattanooga 10 1IBJ4 " Knoxville 1151'. " Mid Tenn 113 " West Tenn 03 95 45 85 63 ys 10 25 112 " Shelbyville 111'XlCitv Bank 111 ICommercinl Bank Tenn Bonds . 02 CO iDcoee Hank Southern Bank !Life A' Oen lusCo Counons LAN RR tax reo 110 Corporation scrip a. Also the highest price naid for all kindi ol Southern Hank notes. Printed Price list fur- nisbed when desired. Wk ark SKr.Li.vo U. S. Revenue Stamps at aor ernment rates of Discount. Selling, tSH to 100 2 ner cent dis. , France . 1 Frai f3 55 J 1 do Selling- ncs 100 to 600 3 per cent dis. Switzerland per 500 to 10004 percent dis. Belgium dollar N. Y. Exenange. y pr. Germany. Cincinnati l-iopr. Louisville " 1-10 pr, Memphis " 5. prem. Small Drafts " Bremen SI 17 per 1 gold Thaler. Berlin, $107 perl Prus sian Thaler. Munich j OVA Frankfort per one FOREIU.V EXCHANGE Englani 1 $" 00 per Ireland one po Scotland J Sterling, Corporation checks 13 per cent uwcounl. Deposits received and collections made on all acceasible points. OIBra hoof. 8 a. i. to 5 r. tt. In Cliancery at Linden, Teiineiee. APRIfc rules. 157. A.W. Dodson, adm'r., vs. the Widow and Heirs of Josepn mciioi, uee u, el am. TT APPF.ARINO TO THE COURT THAT DE x fendant, Thomas Dabbs, is a nun- resident of the Hlate of Tenneaee. so that tho regular uro- cess of law cannot be served upon him: it is therefore ordered by the Court that publication be made for four successive weeka in the Nash ville Union and Dispatch, u newspape' published in the city of Nashville, Tennessee, requiring said defendant to appear at tho next term of the Chancery Coart, tn be held in Linden, Tennessee, on the second Monday in June next. 177, to plead, answer or demur to complainant lull, or the same will be taken a confeseed a to bun and set for hearing ex iarte. It W further ordered Fv the Court that all ter- sons holding claim' against the rntAte of Joseph Nichols deceased, lite them with the llerk ana Master of said Court within six mnths. duly authenticated a the law direcLt.tbat a pro rata distribution may be miule. or the will be barred. H. .11. XIUJ.M Aa, t. anu .tl- apr3i wtt In Chancery at Nanh.ille. Stale of Tenneatee Clerk's OfEce. Cbaneerr Court at Nashville. April the Wth. 117. John Porterfiald, complainant, vs D. D. Dicker et als-, uelendnu. r' APPEARINO FROM AFFIDAVIT FILED in this cause that the defendant, R. I.. Bing ham, is a non-resident of the SUie of Tenneeo it is therefore ordered that he enter his appearance herein on or liefure the third Monday of the next term of said Court, to beheld on the 1st Monday In May nxt. 17, and plead, answer or demur to complainant"! bill, or the same will bo taken for eonfeMed m U'. him nnd set for hearing ex parte, and that n copy of this order be pablUnclfbr fonrsueeeoeive wers in the Najhrille Usion and Di'pateh; A eopy Attest: M. B. HOwRLL, Clerk and Master. Abram L. Demow, Sol'r for conpl't, aprtl 4tw Tn Chancery at Linden, Tenneeeee. apkil boles, 1667.1 H. C Brown vs. Jame Hani, Pr APPEARING TO THE COURT THAT DE 'iwtint. James Hunt, is anon-reoidunt af ih State of lenneeseo. so that the ordinary proeesr oriaweannoi us intuui una: n is mere fere ordered by the Court that publltation be made for four successive weeks in the Nashville Union and Dispatch, a newspaper published in the city r Nashville requiring said defendant tn ani.ear at the next term of tho rin.rt- Courl, to be held in Linden, Tenneatee. the sn ood Monday in Juno next. 1567, to plead, answer or demur to complainant's bill, or the same will bo taken as eoofesstd as to him, and set for hearing ox parte. R. M. THOMAS, C. and M. aprSSwlt ;dr. w, l, nichovl, i ' OFFICER 'lliH Corner of Clierry nnd Union streets. Residence at NICH0LS0X HOUSE, corner ' Church and Spruce streets. fnblft-3m ' ' s t . j. jony HKBBIFORD. J. 3. BRSTia. HERRLP0RD, REEVES & CO., Wholesale Grocers, . FORWARDING AXD COMMISSION MERCHANTS No. 73 Pablic Square, NASHVILLE TENX. HAVING I REMOVED OUR STOCK FROM No. 40 Brood street to No. 73 Public Square, we are Prepared to centinne the business, sup plying the wants of onr old patrons ami all new ones who may favor us with their orders. Wo have on hand aad are constantly receiviae lane oui'i'iiM ui urocenes, i,iqnors, ana ererythtac to be found in our lino of business. Particular attention paid to receiving, sb pin. and selitac voiion. ieusu-3nr LARGE STOCK OP Choice Selected riovrem, PlnttU, Shrnbbcrj- and Evergreors. THOMAS GAKTLIND, (JARDEXBR, BROAD STREET, West of Cumberland Hospital. HAS OX HAND THE CHOICEST AND most extensive stock of Native and Im ported i lowers. Shrubbery, Deciduous and Beddinz Plants about Nashville, whieh will bo tlil a f 1rnt.il ..:.,.- m.. : . . - - aw..w ucw. xuuaoiu want ui such are solicited to examine the stock at the uaruEU. WbSMm Sale of Land for Taxes. BY. VIRTUE OF AN ORDER OF S.VLK duected to me from the Circuit Csart of jsiciuuii counij-. at iu jpeoruary lerai. I Z'Xl'it. . 14,101 munvAi u -i MXT. at the Courthea ilaar tn rihaa offer (br sale at public auctWii, aa the UwdireS ho luiiunniK irucm oi lanu. r so miwh tnereor of each as will bo sufficient to pay the taxed, cost and charges due severally thereon, to-wh: uiie iraci in inu in iae namn oi J. w. anu M. F. Shelton. Iyin in Civil District No 1, cootafai inir 400 acre. vrIiimI t Sift) Titi .In. t9 m. Clerk's fee, Jl W; Printer's fee. U 5: Sherin"i fee. .1 00. One tract in name of Pelrnn nrnhtniu. 671) acres, ljid in District No. , valued at $1310. Taxes due, S7 40; Clerk's fee. SI 5t: Printer's fee, $1 50; Sheriff's fee, $1 00. One town lot in the town of ChnrliL i name of R. A. Reaves, valued at JCC0. Tax One tract in name of Campbell Jc Bmart, lyW uel at $25. Taxes due, $1 2): Clerk's fee, 51 ; in Vivii ui.irici no. -contninincr i sarra. Printer's fee, SI 50; Sheriff's fee, 31 00. One tract in name of Dodson Jt Daft is, rvinpta One tract In thennmnnf R. l Rnhartinn in Civil District No. 7, containing 1000 aeree. val ued at 7500. Taxes due. iu.'l n.rb'. ft. SI 60; Printer's fee, il fO; Sheriff1 fee. SI W. ' one tract in name of Baxter A Co.. lylneia District No. S. containlncr 'VPO mrr. rilnl S5IX)0. Taxes due, 523 75. Clerk's foe, $1 ft): Printer's fee. SI 60. Sheriff's fee. $1 00. One tract in nRmn of .ffwonh lVnrvi Distrwt No. 8, containing 8e7 acres, valued, at fceoo. Taxes due. S3) 12K: Clerk's fee. Jl flt; Pnnter'fee. $1 60; SberiffS fee. 31 00. une ireci in name oi J. aril's heirs, lyiii in Civil Distriet No. 8. containinp ill nnrtu. valuoi at $4000, and other taxablea at iUX). Taxei due. $25 30: Clerk' foe $1 50; Printer's fee, SI W; Sheriff's fee, SI 00. One tract in name of W. O. Anderson, l.inj ia Civil District No. 12, containing 3(are, valued at SIMM. Taxei due. 85 75: Clerk's fee. U W: Printer's fee. $1 50; Sheriff's fee-Si m aii lying in uicsson oounty, Tenneuee. mirlo wtt J. W. SULL'aXr. C. INSURAkOt THE TENNES8M " Marine and Fire IXNITltANCr. t'OTIPANV,. Under the now charter, is nowepen fur beaiM at no. 3i North colleok gvmm. Next door to oornor of Union titteC . JO.iElII W. AI.I.I1.V, I'reMdenU'. AriT. HllTilKItiret'nrjlk, ' J,hn M. HI. Wation jLcVoke.. . ! G. A. R. Thompson. D. irearw, . Daniel F. Carter, John B. John i, Choatham. John W. Terra. (J. . Hendersbott, A. O. Adams. Josepn W. Allen. dec! ly IIlEtfKY f. )U1)LE1V Architect. . t. VSPIICATIONSAND WORKHfW DRM W k5 INOS. made with or without snperinttndaMe OtTlCO. at the .Mniwell llniuo ' BlrEKENCES. JOUK OVERTOX. J j. McCili. W,VU'.I"T0!, :' KlST.' , vl7 tf i , FOR 11E1VT. ; .t rpiIB BUILD INO KNOWN AS T,llfB 1 1 ! r.wurv i ii V-i XT 1. i , i Iff street, with a large lot and stables! , MMIffl W1IITWORTH.OT , F. R. CHKATHAM. dof27-1f K. 87 North Cherry tl In Chancerv nt tfnarivftl State of Tennessee-Clerk' Offlpe. Court at Nashville. April the 'Mb, 1J7. Carhart. hitfonl A Co., oomplainanta. va. 8.I.. xt a i-u Bit rvii'i? KxV" K'.'ViJS. ..... . X In this cause that defendant Simon L. Mr- un 19 a non-reaiuent of the State f Tea nessee: it istherefore ordered that ! air his appearance herein, on or before the taffd Mnmla v nf tlm mw ,,r ...i i i . . i ........ - . ii-. ii ui iram LUUI1, tu VHS held on the Grst Monday in May next, USS7. aad i.ieuu. answer pr uemur tocomptainant's Wll, or the same will be taken for confessed as ts btw .ml l.t Tn. haavlnr. n , . I . i ... ... .. m.u i i. inn,, ma lMl B pgpj UI this order be publwhed tbrfour consecutiir. wis4t- iu iiu.iiviiic ininn and uispatPn. A copy Attent. M. B. HuWBJ.I., Demo A- DInkelspiel, 3ol' formpi?' BprSmMtw MS C'lf AXCEUY AT CA3IIi:.YArm.V.V. Jumea Brickervs. Jamei Dhrew, et sl-Or- iim AuuBiiment ana injunetton HUH . mat auLE isar.i TN THIS CAUSE. IT APPBARINU HRM JL the statements In complainant' bill. wMaa w sworn to, that the reoideneM of Jatneo Dkraw and John Reed, of thedrm of Drew A RtejL aro Ion, of tbe firm of Metealf 4 McAfeloa. MBtrM- . v .u v anu ai ii iu n vnnn ran vi.i.. i... m ws uu klirj T7 AUtlllW ce. o.that tb ordmarv proetrM of th mm not be serrtU upon tbm, ami hu Hotter O. c,ft,? P an"r. hiring by Wt tmt on Mid bill, directed tbe iwunrytfewf an aHathiwt "-MMIMmil 111 l TT1, III HUIrlW- ertyof the firm of Dhrew S Red. aBdw. fe debtednes of Jfetcalf A MeMelon to Darew 3c Imrlv acrflinat hi ii.ili t-.. I . - ... .cm, iihi uc ustidk tu?o ui miauALUireMOdra IMiinn.A . if Ihm 11-ri, nf ;nl..MI...An :Cn.Yii . said firms of Dhrew A Reed and Metealrl' Mr- .neion irom payimroveranytaiBiftogfltaiDbHrW ordelirerineany thin to him. It is therefore urderel by the Clerk and Mm- I K.t ..tsklii.ib.lA., t. ... .1 I- il.. W.t 'It . and Dispatch, a newspaper published Ui tbocltr requipnic the said defendant U op.earMaWo the Clerk an.1 .Matter of the Chuieory CoMrt, his office in Camden, on or befcre tbe rat )lay " "emit me am Alondar In MM swt&ili, 1W, then and thereto pld, antwer rdrw UsMulhlll n r t K ... m III l. .u . Psateu, and set for bearing ex purl, may 9-ltw W.A.STBELK. CAM. Tn Chancer at Linden, Tennnwee. lPKii.;Lti,US7.) WIIKam II Lewi ra. Casenr. SherriTd Ss Co. Supplementary Attaeataent Bftl. JT APPEARINO TO THE COURT THAT defendant Win. F. Tanley w a nnn imMuiit the State of Tennessee, so that the rnwlir praees of law eonnot be Mnrwi upon bjas.Tt1a therefore ordered by the Court that fintlaitlaa be made for four inceetme weeks ia thjat Tille Union d Dispatch, a nowtpapor pS h.he.1 ia tho city of Nashville. TtnsofKre aumnriaHl defendant to apperar stthoaagrt term of tbe Chancery Court to bo held ia Lte ?oeinTT0nD?Mfon t wcotxl Moodkf m, 1 .''?, P'M,J- answer or demur to eorcptat anta bill, or the lama will be taki at togPmml at to him and set for hearirur ix parte. M R. M. THOMAS, C. k M. apr23 wit IX CIIAXCEHY AT XASltTX, TIKC.V. (APRIL RPLI8, 1867 Joseph 0. Smith vs. Balam Anderson et ta TT APPEARINO TO THE SATISrAOtlOK J. or the Court that defeodante, Balwa Aadtr ten and the ton of William AndeMwu wmb name is unknown, are noD-rettdaott of tBe Mailt of Teonettee, so that the regular prooeflrot law cannot be served upon them ft is themJare ordered by tbe Court that pablleatiofl bo pim fur fear successive weeks in tbe Nuh villa Uatoa and Dispatch, a newspaper published la tbsoilr of Najhrille, Tennessee, reiuirin theaa tu appear at the next term of tbe Chancery Coon, to b held in Linden, Perry county, TeantjaM. on the second Monday in Jane next, Ra7. plead, answer or demur to eomplainast'i bill, or the tame will be taken for confessed oato taaaa and let far heartns ox parte. maylOwlf R. it. TftOMAI, C aa M.