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NBWS OJT TIUC DAY, 0n. aieWl3"5 to meet Presides Johnton at !The statue ef Henry 0J ,SfcnjgBled at liMHCille on ine Jtun umuiu, u ii"us ceremonies. The llfe-liie statue of Tbns. H. Benton, made Mia yearsago by Miss Harriett Hemer, ! to- lie ereeted in Lafayette Park, St. Lhii. The yoelit Vesto. oue of the throo wbieb made the great ocean race, lias arrived in New Tferk. " SarerGl Repubnen'Cons:re men and John M. Lungfton, the colored Oberlln lawyer, have cent er aroging South to make speesbee. Jefltrten Bavi was enthBttaMieally reeeired at Toronto, Ofennria. He ros t pend a few days at'Nlngora Walls, ajwl intenflw aMstideat St. Catharines, Theweafherin the Northwest ?witinuc so bad that foart begin to be entertained that injury way ratult to the corn crop from the unfavora ble planting season. fort, en theSHh ult. Considerable sensation has been created in the Nw Lebanon (N. Y.) Shaker family, on account ?f the marriaco of two of member. Daniel Ianlinz and Martha Jano GJinar-the former twenty-fhrooyean) oldr'andthojatter nlnetfcen. j: A fight octuired.on the Wb ult. at I)anpill Virginia, between the members on. the united ntatee jnurial Corps and the neeroes ol Uanville. jnriek and piMols wcro uicd. The Burial Corps ware driven out-of town. Two were wounded on each tide. On tbe 23d and 23d ult tbe Indians attacked a railroad working party, on Lodge Pole, wound ins one man. The whites claim to havo killed a4x Tniliani. Another attack on workmen in the vicinity was made, when the Indians killed faur men,, Thoy alto killed three men of nnot&er Tharo is creat excitement '.n iMontanaovcr re ixtrtoil Indian outrages. War meetings have boos oalIol by tlie Governor, who has itgued a proclamation summoning six hundred men into iFtttnnt terviee, promising thcra plunder for bounties. Volunteers were fat organizing. The Sinux tribe seems to bo the special objectof ven; Ha nee. It instated that tho lnmlsndviscr of the rtrv ernmcnt in tho Surfatt oaffe havo docjded o wanuon tlie uiaictment ol murusr fount ninst Surratt. and to have a new one found bytbo Grand Jury of the June term of the Criminal uourt, charging mm with treason and Mmiiiraar. It is tho knnwltvlce f this onurse. probably, that caused Mr. M'orriek. one of the counsel for Surratt, to incidentally declare in open court on the 2Sth ult. arranging another onsc, that tho trial of bis client would never take place. A man named James Howels, was found on the liSth ult. in an outbuilding nt Inched to the Benaist Mansion in Pt. Loulf, suiroring from a tevere attack of small-pox. He stated that he lind Peen m the room lour days, nn a supposed tlmt ho was nttiiokeil with moacls. 11m rnln- livos Und driven htm from their door, fearing that lie was almctcd with a contagious disease. ,11 e huil become so wonkenod by disease and want of nourishment, that lie could not raise mshead. Ho was removed to the hospital Tbe first trial by a military commission and sentence of aeitiien by thesamc undor the re esmstruetion act, ha just been completed in New Orleans nnd the roconl ol tbe cae tnrwaracd to tho President for his approval. The ease was thatofniieJ.il. Walker, who killed a freed man and was arrested -and acquitted by the civil tribunal. On bis oeing arrested bj the military authorities, he vm tried by aoemmitsten and MnteMM to aard labor ana imprtsonmetit ihr ttxyoom. An effort Is betnr made to get the ntan pardoned on the gromd that the crime was committed before tho rocons-truction law was Si fx h I uti ml, and that tho 'lite of thn defendant had ii twice nut in jeopardy, contrarr to tho con- Tution of the United Suite. Iu the United States District Court on tho 30th ult., a bill of complaint was tiled by District At torney Corbin against Cha. H. Prioltn, Theo. D. Wajrnor, .In men T. Welsmon, M. L. Tron holm, Goorge A. Trenholm and John B. Lafetta, toembenof the firm of John Fnuier.V Co., charging them with the violation of tbe laws of the United States in blockade-running opora tiont, and claiming that in other respects they arc accountable to tbe government. Judge Bry on, after bearing the bill, gcantixl an injunc tien restraining the aforeiftentianed partios from disposing of tbe real estate now held by them. . A VILE I'AKSEIIOOD APIR01KIATE I,Y DENOUNCED. Tho Ohnttonoogn Union, of yoatcrdny, publislios an tifHilavit, at tlie requoBt of ?Jr. Rthoridge, made before Enq. Mathews by n nagro of tliis city calling Jiimsolf Diirid-ltoed, mid rondbj Mr. 5tokos In' their disouseion on "Wodnoftdtty. The afli unt states tlmt he was tho property of Hon. Kinorwin Ethoridge and was sold by lain inlS48or 1S49 to Mr. John A, IWiror, ef Trenton, Tenn., and that said Ttdiror sold him to Sdward or Nt Ked. of Haywood oounty. He says further that Mr Utboridgo run off South tw boys to keep them out of tho Yankee army, "about tho commeneerasnt or the robollien." lie says ho is now driving a hnck in Nashville. Tins 'rile fiibrfontipn, manufactured to- injure Mr. Kthoridgo among the colored poople, whose igndrnhce tho ladfcrils think they oan impoae ujwn by sueh tricks, Mr. Ktheriilge promptly pro nounced ''a bare-meed Ho." Tlie Union in giving the afiWavit in full soya: "Mr. Klhoridse authorizes us lo say that the whole of the foregoing ftatomcnt is false in every particular. lie novor knew 4 any iwreon, black or white, of the name monjionwl in the statement, except IIn. David Koid, of ISorth Carolina. IIo never ownotl a slave until after 1881. No further comment upon the condition of Tennewee is necessary, when we remember that one ' hundred thousand white men are disfran chised, while the foregoinj: ponjured instru ment of radicalism is not only a voter, but among 4he jnort prominent of tho liRtrii inentKoTtlie Urownlow doejMitisgi,," ' -Hmowxlow?s Militia at Uhoavkstitlk ' Yesterdayo print! n statement f ' the oruol treatment of an okl man - in Brownsville by Brownlow's militia. The faets as wo gave them, came, to us from, the jnouth ef a simon-pure Kadioal, andj wore'dotalltvl to him, as lie stated to us, by Capt. Clingan, of that redoubtable squad. Yostarday evoning Oaptjain Clingan called with an official statement ef tho matter which wo publish else where. The only orror whioh lie points out is that tho old man, upen.whom the gross eruelttcs wore infliotod, had no sons in Uio'company. The stotmorit of Capt, Clingan gives an'impertant fuel, to which wc 8sire to all the speoial-nttontion of acting Ger. Flctoher, and that is, there is no pretense of trial. Oapt C. nrows that he did . the deed, and. will treat othora sim ilarly. Eron in the absoluttun of milita rjjiowef,' an investigation is uwal Jlnt r the commanej: of thp Urownsvillo snuad kdisdains to' instituto 1 trial of the old nan. He is tmtisfied, and rides the old man on a roil. It -was this principlo that cost the lifesF a man in Franklin county at the Lands of Rickman's companya day "or tat) ago. "R"c ask. in all seriousness, aro the lives and liberties of tho pcoplcofl'cnnesEcoj to be thus placed at the disnosal of a cluln of political militia? f Wefcrish thear' from the Governornfflie subject. & Andl in tlie meantime, we advise the institu tion cf suits at law for damages in every case of such outrage. .ihjkji: luivit oxr imotvsww's .Titniriii. AiioiNTilENT.S Jii: SIIO WSf ""THEM " TOREilSlTRPAf Trnvo ivn VOID. Judge IIouk,whry itS understood! is soon to fake Stokes' place In the can vass with IStheridgc, and defend Brown low's administration through EastTon nossec, is about to place himself in a very unenviable altitude. For a Judge to come out of the teme of justice to enter into partisan brawls is disgraceful, but for a Judge to descend from the bench ancPchampion the claims of such a man as i$rownlifw U inexcusably disgusting. Pnr Honk to do it, after proving Brown low to have exercised the unauthorized appointment of Judge?, and assumed the powers of a depot, contrary to his oath to eupjvort the constitution,' is adding a degree of infamy to the judicial charac ter liuiierto unknown lnpur annate. , way ifcnWllSil pcrloMlWkal' thus stigmatize Brownlow as a usurper mid exorcising the functions of a King in Tennessee, was this: ' The Legislature in 1SC5 created a new judicial district, the 17th, and Brownlow appointed a Judge for it Houk was an attorney in that districtyof which Camp boll county was a part James ,S middy, at tho September term of that court was indited ibriossault and battery, and employed Houk to defend him. At the January term 18CG, Houk put in "a plea of abatement and suspension, "because the tribunal is not a court known to the constitution .jindlawa ftf jTajfhossde, and there is no Circuit orothercourt organized for the county of Campbell, or the ;17th judicial district of Tennessee." The plea was demurred to, and Houk's argument of the question bofore tho court w,as printed, from manuscript furnished by himself, in the Nashville Union, Februa., ry 3, 1866. The following extracts from that speech will show how he looked On Brownlow s judicial appointments, his plea being based on the proposition that tho Governor had no -power to appoint Judges, and that bis appointments con ferred no rights upon his appointees. He says : "The liberties of a, frpe people can only be maintained by a "rlfeid scrutiny of the of ficial acts of all public officers; and when occasion demands, their action should re ceive a carefltl judicial invoitiantion. that - i-.l I .V ' tue riguw oi me people may not be usurped. In the case at bar, the uueation is raised as to the authority of the Gover nor to appoint Jndges and othexofficers heretofore elected by the peoplj-" ' "Tlie constitution, art. C, fvc. 3, says: The Judges of-sucb inferior courts as the Legislature may establish shall be elected by the qualified voters residing within the bounds of any district or circuit to which such inferior Judge or Judged, either of taw or equity, may tie assigned, by ballot in tho same manner that members of the General ABsem'ily are elected.' The 6th flection of the same article uses ' similar language in reference to the election of the Attorney General for the State in .any cir cuit or district. No fact could by possi bility be more specifically stated than is here expressed, giving the election of these judicial officers to the 'qualified voters' of the districts and circuits to which they be long. The constitution does not even au thorize the Governor to maks temporary appointments in the case of Jndges, becnusei the people, having the sole right to make Judges through tho mwliuejof the elective franchie, unlike the Legislature which holds its sessions ldennially, they are always situated so they Can act and elect whenever a vacancy occurs. The constitution provides for holding electrons for the State and county officers. And the Legislature proceeded to enact the time see Code, sec. 823. Now, it is pre sumed that none will be so bold as to affirm that any power exists anywhere according to these constitutional and statutory provi sions, except in the qualified voters, to con far authority uppn any one to cxercke the functions of Judge. "Plain as are these constitutional and legislative requirements, the present Gov ernor hag entirely ignored them iu as suming to appoint your Honor as Judge of the seventeenth judicial district of Teft nesfee. Having made the appointment in violation of the constitution and laro of the State, by usurping the powers reserved bv the people, the Governor has auimd !thc sovereignty of the qualified votero, and tliequestion now is, whether His Excel lency, W. G. Brownlow, is king, having the sovereign power of the people trans ferred to him, orvwhether the people yet retain the powers confided to them by the constitution, and therefore have the right to elect their Judges by ballot in the same manner that members of the General As sembly are elected? This is the ques tion I "Is your Honor a court known to the constitution and laws of the State? The assumed fact stated in your Honor's commission, that, 'whereas a vacancy has occurred in the seventeenth judicial circuit,' eta, is in direct conflict with the truth of History a catch phrase to induce the peo ple to abandon their rights guaranteed by the laws and constitution, arid consent to a one man power in the government of Ten nessee. "Having been appointed in direol con traventionof She constitution and Jaws, this court becomes a usurper whenever it attempts to exercise the functions of the office of Judge. The exercise of this ex traordinary powor by the Governor cannpt be justified cither by the laws and constitu tion or exigencies of the times. The days of usurpation under the pretext of necessi ty, 1 fondly trust arc gone forever. We have a written constitution whichll our public officers are sworn to support, and ' tlie laws stand as a flaming sword to pro tect it from Executive encroachments. "I have discussed this subject neither to engender strife, nor to arousc;ccasternafion, but to raise a legtimateuostion .for judi cial investigation, and iJrtucurtain whether the rights and powers qf the people are gone, and the present Uovernor, wrapped in tlie solitude ofhis own originality is .to reign as an acccpted monarch, 'giving de crees from his throne.' " TJib argumont of Houk wasso -ofTeo-tive as to cause Brownlow's appointee to rosign, and Brownlewj&own consterna tion was bo great that ordered an elee- tion in that circuit by the people, and Houk was oleated Judge. Wo believe he ' onjoys the solitary felicity of being, ac cording to his own allowing, tho only constitutional Judge in tho State. the rest have boon appointed by this "seeptred monarch, giving decrcos from bia thrown" Brownlow. "WLon Houk appears 'botoro the people to defend Brownlow's usurpations, ho will no,t fitfl to explain how it is that tho exigencies of R partisan canvass oan cure these yio lations of the constitution rnd laws, and mako out of a usurping tyrant an honest patriot "Tihk Blockhead I'abtt." ffhe un norous attempt of the Union League of Now York to cast a stigma upon Horace Ureclcj, tor, .becoming Uio bondsman ot JcffefWi, Pavisjhaa.roasedihnt saga-. viuus iu xtosior oi iuu press, nuu in ma vindicati6n ho gives them a name emi nently suggestive, and one that will cling to them o close as tho vshirt of Nessus. They will hereafter boxralled "the Block- head Party 3 DECISIVE AND TRUSTWORTHY g MAJORITIES." The. NationalIlepubHbanCommittec havejreccntly issued an ndaree'ato trio people ofjthe United States; generally, and to the Southern people particularly. It is in the nature of a party manifesto, pre ferring tho Radical claim to public confi dence, and intended to indicafb the lead- tiSHrSasofetha extract given below, it is not difficult to detect several cloven feet. For Instance, the KqconstrucliOn act of the last Congress was passed as the" deliberate proposition ' qf tlie government, presented by the dominant party assuming'to speak for it; which, when accepted and ratified by cor responding action-in the1 ten States to which it wasttpplicd; would secure their rcadmission to equal rights and privileges in the Federal Union. But seo. now dis ingenuously and insidiously they are already attaching conditions; and with whatjpertinacity tbe liadicals arc seeking to subsidize the whole mutter to partizan purposes. The law, according Jo" this" address, must not only be complied with to the letter, but a common school system fiialiinnivl nftnr t.lio Rarfiiml nrrlflrtf til not Reestablished; a subdivision of lands is also required, and tho nowly freed popu lation must by some sort of State legishv tion bo made landholders. And even after all this i3 done, Congress, s declared to reserve the right to see that the people are loyalthat is, Radical in politics lyr, decisive majorities, before the South ern people, are to be admitted to partici pation in' the next Presidential election Read the. following, and sec the cumula tive and overwhelming evidence that Radicalism is preventing restoration of the Union for the accomplishmentof sel fish and unworthy ends : "We then earnestly invite and implore the people of the South of all classes first, to accept the plan of nniversaltfsuf jfrage as the basis of political, educational and industrial prosperity and power The black man will soon prove that he is more to the State as a citizen than he was as a slave. The laborer, whether black or white, with education and. culture, will elevate and enrich the community which in his ignorance he dishonored and bur dened. Secondly, upon the basis of uni versal suffragee urge the people of the South to direct their efforta to the establish ment and maintenance of a system of public schools for the education of the children of all classes. Finally, public policy should stimulate the laboring peo ple to become landholders. .The owners of large estates should divide and subdivide their lands, and sell them at reasonable rates to those who need them and can' im prove them. In the South there is land enough for all, and all who desire should be permitted to obtain homes. This is a common human right, which cannot be de nied with safety to society. In these mea sures of justice" we expect and shall wel come the aid of many who formerly were slaveholders, and participated in the re bellion. By the acts herewith presented it will be seen that Congress reserves to itdelf the full and unrestricted right of judgment whenever a State presents itself lor admission into the Union, that right will be exercised fairly and generously. Butyet, in theintere3tof peaceand loyalty, certain conditions and precedents, are laid down in laws. These must be met. But beyond these conditions Congress must be ftatisfied also that the people of the pro posed States respectively are, and are likely to be, loyal lo the Union, by decisive apd trustworthy majorities; that the institu tions arc framed upon the basis of equality, and that they will from year fo year, and from age to age, contribute lo the peace, progress anil, prosperity of the States and of the country. NATIONAL BANK, OP NASHVILLK, College Street, nenr Union, Designated Depositary and Financial Agent of tho United States, it is prepared to- transact a regular Banking buiiess, and furnish Exchange on NKW V0H1C new; oklkans. louisville. and : " cincinnati. Uoveniment Securities, Gold and Silvor.bought nndsoljon Commission. . JOHN LUMSDEN. President, , , & i i W" J. THOJIAS. Cashier..: ' oc!24-ly. CHANCERY SALE Wednesday; fJuno . 5, 1867. W. Greenfield and others vs. A. J. Mc Whirter. TN J'tmSUANCK OP DECREE OF THE . JL Chancery Court in this case, I will sell, on the premises in Edgefield, on . . WEDNESDAY, JUNK 5, IS07, About six acres of land, divided into lats of fifty Jeet by L'TO, and situated on Bienville street. This property adjoins tho lands of ex-Oovernor Ncill S. Brown, and is within a few hundred yards of tho Gallatin Pike. This property.lies well, and contains most beautiful building sites. Omnibuses and collation as usual. , TERMS. Credits of six, twelve, eighteen and twenty-four months. Notts with approved per ?6nal security required, with interest from day of sale, and lien retained. Sale tree from redemp tion. MORTON B. HOWELL, C. and M. ARRINUTON, FARRAR A W1CAKLEY, marl ltd Agents. A Good Business Education TSTHE ONLY FORTUNE PARENTS CAN X give their children that can never be lost, and that continually grows better by use. This on it bo gained at J. W. MOXBEAITS C oinincrcial School, Corner of Church and Vine Sts., Nashville, Whero Writ In p. Roolc-Kccplnc, Pho lmcriiiiliy. Arithmetic, etc., are thorough ly taught. Wrllliijr. By thirty years study and expe rience, the scren Dolbear Brothers have re duced IoiiiiiniisIil to an exact Science, so that pupils aro not left to mere imitation ot copipw, and have invented a system of hmnl frn In Ins that removes all st Iirncs, crsmp tnirnnd t remblinjr.and changes the most un sightly .hand into iientncss, case and ele jrnncej DOI.REAR'S Commercial Institu tion are tho oldc't in America. No. 009 nromliray, New YorJt, estab lished 1835. Corner Camp and Common 'streets, Now Orlrnn. established 1K.12. No. SOS illiiln street. Memphis. Corner of Ctinrch and Vine streets, Nashville. marZ) diwSm P.iT. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OT N A,SjIIi YI E EE . Capital Stocli Paid iu 8230,000 Surplus or Contingent rnnd, 40,000 Designated J)cpository o$the United ' States. " PE1LS IN' U KIKDS OP GOVETCN3IENT SECURITIES, STOCKS and BONDS, 1tT.T and SILVER. REVENUE STAMPS ON HAND AND FOR SALE ATrHE 0ALDI5C0IBfT. K3r ParUjaUr attentioniald to Collections A. fl. S ANFORD, J. 0. McORORY, President. Cashier. aprlS 3m A NO. 1 ENGINE, .A. U. WOODS' MAKE, nearly new, and complete. ALSO. Blacksmith's Tools. Pipe. Rope arid Boring Tools. FOR SALE LO W. Can be delivered cither at Nashville or Alexandra- J. W. WILSON. jnay311w LATEST TELEgRAMS. illDNIGHT DISPATCHES." r 'j:- v Npwfcpoper Suppression af. Mobile Contemplated Itcstor.il ton of the City Government. Mobile, May 31. Yesterday's edition of the National Re'publicah newspaper, published in this city, was suppressed by order, of a the -military commandant, and 'a guard placed over the office, and future pub lication prohibited. The commandant, in his order suppressing the paper, says it is rendered amenable to the last paragraph of the general order of May 19, prohibiting the publication of articles iricitingthe pub lic to riot and violence. The article re ferred to was instructing frecdmen when, wbere, and how to use fire arms. Xew' YoitK, May 31. A Washington dispatch says the President contemplates the restoration of the Mayor and Common Council of Mobile, deposed by Gen. Pope, to their old positions. He will do so on the Btrength of Gen. Swayne's report, and ,the opinion of the Attorney General. I'orcljrn Neim by Steamer.- New Yonrc, May 31. The steamer Deutchland, from Southampton, 21st, ar rived. Napoleon signed the London treaty on the lGlh ; the King of Prussia likewise on the 17th. ' Garibaldi accepted the honorary Presi dency of the British Reform League. lhe i'atne lias reason to believe that Prussian agents have been dispatched to New York to purchase ironclads. The Onondaga is among the number spoken of. Dissension exists between the French government and the legislative body on tho bill for 'the organization of tbe army. The Dehats urges the completion of tlie French system of defenses, and the necessity ef being prepared for any emergency. Five hundred emigrants, who accepted amnesty, bad arrived in Spain. The rumored disturbances in Barcelonia are denied. A Constantinople telcgram'confirms the statement that Omar Pasha was thrice re pulsed in the great attack made on the Cretan insurgents at Spakati. The Russian Minister was received with marked houora bv the Sultan and the Porte. The Servian and Romainian deputy de mand that the nationality, question be settled before the coronation of Prince Joseph, King of Hungary. 4. New York Items. New York, May 31. John H. Trapp, a lawyer, convicted of forging pension and bounty papers, was sentenced to five years in the btate prison. Judge Daily of the Court of Common Pleas, decided that the construction a ma chine inthe form of a letter constitutes a trade mark, and granted an ' injunction, against the manufacture of a certain class of sewing machines. Wm. Shoebest, who murdered Handlark1 a few months ago, on the latler mterfernng in a quarrel between him and wife, plead guilty, and was sentenced fo the State Prison for life. It is said he wag convicted as a murderer in Germany, bnt was par doned by a prince, who on coming to age it was customary to pardon the greatest criminals in the country. Advices from Hayti to May 19th state that the country is tranquil. Salnave con tinued to be the Provisional President, but JJelcired would accept the Presidency, to satisfy the probable unanimous wish of the people. He is a man of progress, great en ergy and decision. fiiriwiwnwiwiTniTaiqgiar-rwggie5gaCTejftPsgi' House and. I,ot for Sale. rilHE LOT RUNNING THROUGH FROM JL. Spruce street to Polk avenue, with small Bnck House, capable of being added to at small expense, and mado good residenco for smrill tamiiy. J. y. WILSON. - mayai lw CHANCERY SALE OP Valuable AVareliomios, Resi dences, J4otH, Tobacco Stein mery and Hotel, AT .CEARKSV1I.E. TCJuXISNCK, ON J SATOJtlAY, 3d JUNE, 1SG7. Wm. M. Daniel vs. Heira and Creditors of of T. J. Pritchett. TN PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER MADE IN X this cause, at tho April Term, 1S07, 1 will ofier lor sale at tne LonrtliousA in l-mrksvillp. tn tiik 22d J-te, 18C7, the largeJIRICK WAREHOUSE situated on the corner of Water and Commerce streets in Clarksville, and now occupied by Hutchins A' (innterr and also thoiHouses and Lots adioining the same, and tue Tanvard nro perty on Commerce street, adjoining the Foun dry of 'Whitfield A Co. This Warehouse is com monly known as Ine torues & rntcnett ware house, and being" centrally located, and easy of access, it is probably tue. best, warehouse pro perty in tue city. TKitiis of salc uasn cnouffb to nav cost, and the balance on a credit of six, twelve, eighteen, twenty-four and thirty months. Noteswith two good sureties reauired. and a lien retained for tlie purchaso money, bold .wimout.the right of redemption, a pint ot tne lots can bo t-ecn at my ottice. W. X. SHAUK1SI.KUKU, may 31 td 0. and M. P IL Thurston et als., vs. Heirs and Cred itors of J. P. Williams, deceased. TN PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER MADE AT X the April Term, 1S67, of the Chancery Court at UlarksTUlo, 1 will oiler at public miction, on the22d June skxt; nt the Courthouse In Clarks ville. the valuable WAREHOUSE belonging to the estate ol Jo. P. Williams. This is a very largo brick Warehouse, situated on tho corner of, Water street and Main street, at the lower corner of the wharf. 'Ik bus of Sale Six, twelve, eighteen and twenty-four months' credit, and uo right of re demption reserved. Notes with good security, bearing interest from date required, and a lien retained lor the purcunse money, i W. T. SHACEKLFORD, raaySl td 0. nnd it. Wm. Fellows vs. Fellows & Co., and D. K. Stewart vs. Fellows & Co. TN OBEDIENCE TO AN ORDER MADE AT JL the April Terra, 1S67, of the. Chancery Court at Clarksville, I will, orf thf. 22d Jonbnkxt, at the Courthouse in tho city of Clarksville, offer atpublic auction tho following property, to-wit; The large and commodious Brick TOBACCO STEMMERT lormerly owned by Bryce Stewart, and situated near tho mouth of Red river, on Spring street, opposite the City Cemetery. Ex tensive storage rooms and eight brick cabins are connected with the Summery, and offices and cistern. Thcre islalso acomfortableFRAME DWELL ING and out-houses, and a fine Garden to be sold with the Stemmery. Tbe PORK HOUSE, situated on tho corner of College and Water streets- The two-story BRICK DWELLING opposite to the Pork Hooso, and known as the Dunlavy Dwelling. Also, the Red River WAREHOUSE, a large and spacious brick Warehouse at the mouth of Red river, on the north side of said river, and now occupied by Smith JfcTurnley. Also, a FARM on the south side of Cnmber land river, about three miles from Clarksville, and opposite to Trice's Landing. The Memphis, Clarksville and LouisvilleKailroadruns through this' Farm, which contains 141 acres of land, most of which is bottom land. Also, ten acres of land near New Providence, bought by Jno. K. Smith of T. W. Atkinson. This will be di- ided into lota of convenient sizes. And seventy nercsof.land lying in District No. 4 of Mont gomery county. This is all woodland, i Terms of Sale On the Stemmery and Dwell ing live per cent, will be required in cash, and a credit of six, twelve, eighteen, twenty-four, thirty and thirty-six months will bo given on the balance of the purchase money. On tho Pork House and Dunlavy House ten per cent, cash, balance on a credit of sis, twelve, eighteen and twenty-four months. - Red River Warehouse five per cent,, and the balance on a credit of six. twelve. eighteen and twenty-four months. Farm on south side Cum berland oue-tourth cashv&nd tho balance on a credit of twelve, twenty-four and thirty-six months. Lots in New Provideneo fire per cent, cash, and the balance ori a credit of six, twelve and eighteen months, i Land in District No. 4 will bo sold on o credit of six, twelve and eighteen .mouths. No re demption. Notes bearing interest from date with good sureties will be required, and a lien will bo retained until thojporehase money is paid, Wi T. SilAClCELFORD. maySl tl c-aatt M Merrett & Fort, Adm'rs, et als., vs. E Spurrier. TNTDRSUANCE OF AN ORDER MADE IN JL this cause, at the Ap'ril Term. 1S67. of the Chancery Court at Clarksville, I will.o.v tbe S2d or Jcur xkxt. otfer for sale at public auction, at tho Courthouse in Clarksville, the Hotel Property in Clarksville known as tne NATION AL HOTEL, and which U situated on the. Pub lie Square. This House is in good repair, and a popular Hotel, and sufficiently largo for the site ef the tows. Tkeus of Sale Ten per cent, cash, and tho balance on a credit of twelve, twenty-four and toirtysix months. Nate with C05d, securities and bcariug'intcreit from date will be'requirtfd of the purshaser, and a lien rctaiued for pur chase money. No rod eruption. W.'X. BUAChJilifiUKLJ, may3ltd C and M. To all Whom it May Concern. THE BOOKS' t)F TnE-CITY TXX A83ES sor'fortbe present year) will be, open .for examination for the next (10) ten dayr at the ofSce of Messrs. A. Nelson & Co, corner Cherry and Union streets. N. B. AKIN, Ksy23 IOt City Tax Assessor. NEW ADVERTISES! ENTS 1 ISCE I ntHE (STOCKHOLDERS OF THE TENNES l.eeo Colonization and Immigration' Society aro hereby notified to attend a meeting to be held on MONDAY next, at 4 o'clock f.u., in the Bank of Tennessee buildinz.in Nashville. janel 2t F. R. CHEATHAM. Sec'y. STJSA.TlEI, ? I 1?R0M THE CORNER OF KNOWLES. AND IjChurch streets. a-SORRELIIORSErandj, ed on the left fore shoulder V. S. I. C. : had his fore hoof" split a lump under his thro-U large, bushy tail a white rim round 'the right hind foot two white spet on tho back. A liberal reward will be $aid for his return to T110SIAS FARRINCTON. Xcar corner Church and. Knowles.strects. junel U , - AUCTION SAIjE' or Confectioneries and , fruits, "TTE "WILL SELL, ON" TUESDAY MORN VV INO, June the 4th. at No. Ct comer Cherry and Church Sts. . .. n , - i' rr -J.'1 i ne entire stocK oi t raits, uanmes. iiuis, iujs, Cigars, Tobacco, Candy Jars, Show Casea, etc.; belonging to the establishment. Sale to com mence at half past 9 o'clock. DOLIN. BARNES ,t CO.. juncl2t Auctioneers. Cumberland University, QINCE THE ADDITION OF.GEN.STEWART 5 and Prof. S AFFORD to the Faculty, and tho establishment of a ' PREPARATOHT SCIIOOX. Of the very highest grade, all the seven chairs'in the Literary Department aro filled so well, that its friends would not exchange teachers with any other College in America. JMext session opens FlltST MONDAY IN SEPTEJIBEU, For Catalogues; apply at the Banner of Peace oltice, JNastivillc,rauare9Sthel'resident,ii. MCDONALD, Lebanon, Tenn., juuel tl DISSOLUTION milE COPARTNERSHIP EXISTING BE tween the unnersigned, under the style and firm name of -AIOX-XSO? 13 It O TXT 33 K S , Ts this dav disrilv"eJhv mutual consent. Either partner is authorized to sign the firm name, and mav be found at the old stand. All those indebted to us will please make Im mediate settlement, and all having claims against us present them for payment. 11. A. Ai,L,lSO.N. Junel ,.1867. ALEX. ALLISON. THE WELL. KNOWN WAREHOUSE known as tho "James Johnson Cotton Warehouse" lately occupied by Allison Brothess. Inquire of either of the abovo upon tho pre mises. junel lOt B., G.J CITY ISPESTSAHY. OFFICE BOARD OF HEALTH. 1 No. 139.' Church Street, May 30, lSoT.J rpiIE CITT DISPENSARY HAS BEEN JL erected, and isnow open to charity patients, in ncconlanco with fheirovbions of the 4th and 5th sections of " Bill to amend nn Act to estab lish the Board of Health of tho city of Nashville, and providing for the establishment of a City Dispensary." "Section 4. Bo it further enacted. That a itandingcommittee of the City Council is hereby established, to be ealled tho Committee on the CitvDisncnsarv. to consist of one member of tho Board of Aldermen and two of the Board of Common Council, to bo named by the President of each of theso'bodiea. It shall be the duty of the committee to provide, under tho direction of tho Health officer provided in section 2d of lull uci, u. irier fiufipiy ui uiugu, mcuitiiiin and chemicals, and all the fixtures and furniture required for their prescrvation.and dispensation, aud place tho samo under tbo general charge and superintendence of the said Health officer. The Dispensary shall to kept in one of the rooms of the Board of Health. "Section 5. Be it further enacted. That itehall be the duty of the Health officer to employ the services of a competent Druggist, ithe selection to be approved by the Committeo on the City Disneusar.y) and place him iu immediate charge of the said Dispensary aj presoriptionist and clerk. It shall bo the duty of said pre striptionist to bo in constant attendance upon the Dispensary day and night, and keep it as open to the issuance of medicines as any retail drugestablishmentin tho city. Ho shall bo re quired to prepare all the articles usually manu lactured in such establishments, and keep always on hand ri sufficient supply. He shall -fill and issuu to parties applicant all prescrip tions and orders for medicines under the signa ture of any reputable physician Of good standing in the city; aud it shall bo the duty of evry such physician making such order or prescrip tion to countersign the same with the word 'Charity,' and append his own name in full; and all orders from the physician of the Workhouse and from the physician in attendance upon the Orphan Asylums in tho city aud its vicinity. Iu case of doubt as to tho person applying being a proper object of city charity, be shall refer the same to the Health officer; and any collusion with any parties for the privileges of thU Dis pensary, to any but those for whose benefit it Is designed, shall bo "regarded as malfeasance in office, and shall work a forfeiture of the boud re quired in th'u section." The Health officer has appointed Dr. John W. Morton, Jr., Druggist and Prescriptionist to the City Dispensary, and the appointment has been confirmed by tho " Committee on the City Dispensary." Physicians are respectfully re quested to record the names of patients, as well as their own namcs. upon each proscription. JONi;iMI .ION MS. M. D., Health Officer City ofNashville. C.K.WINSTON, M.D.,Ch'n Committee on City Dispensary. W. AIATT. BROWN, .Mayor city of Nashville. junel lw BARNU M'S MUSEUM COLLECTION, VAN AM BURGH'S. GREAT IN CONJUNCTION WTTn Dan Castello's Great Show, Xumltring in all 300 Jfea and Ihrses, AN ENORMOUS MORAL- UUMiUflATlON of instruction and refined amusement, will exhibit in Nashville for two days only, FRIDAY AND .SATURDAY, JI7NK 7th and 8th, Under one pavilion,, for one price of admission, on tbe eligible grounds, corner r Muiiiik t mill Union htreels. Admission to tho combined exhibition, fjl: children under ten years old. 00, cents. RARNUM'S DEPARTMENT, Natural Ulwlory, combines a great numbar of speci mens of various descriptions and character in the School f Natural History, whieh bavo been collected at the expense of the largest energy, indefatigable research, and the most lavijh out lay of money. VAN AMBURtiH & CO.'fl DEPART MENT consists, with numerous additions, of thn entire Van Amburrh Zoological Collection. comprising specimens of tbe rarest and incwf, beautiful wild Beasts, Birds and reptile?, from every section oi tne Known woria. DAN CASTEMO'S DEPARTMENT, comprising lies u&nejio's ureal tarcus. com- nosea of the m ,t distinguished luminaries in r. . i . c : i. . , . too queswiuu I'ruitiuu, kvuivtuhujs ius ubm Male and Female Riders. A Great Gratuitous Ft hthition charactcrixes the entree of our estab lishment in every place. A Brilliant Street Pageant. Tn this Grand Cavalcade and moving Picture irillappeara series of tha most elaborately fin ished Chariots, gorgeously decorated Platform Cars; artistically hnished Lagos andxiens, con taining the whole of the Zoological Collection ; the Band Chariot, of original design and re splendent 'decorations, called tha Thronp of . 1 1 1 .rV..I.,ln .ntjltl ll,A Pnnbl..'. Triumph, eonsistfng of over VJO mounted Knights, clad m burnished Steel Armor, with fhoir hanners. nennonsand insignia, and aueom- nanied by their Ladies, in cos(umeiof Medieval Ages, all preceeinr'the crowning featare ot the I'rocestion a large Irving Lion, borne on the i..ti)rl nlittfoim of the splendid Tablean Car riage, loose, unchained, un trammeled, and free in the public rtreets. This tishtlorm-- thegroat sensation of tho time. I'erfarmonces ai jaau i?i r. u. T.thfm) ArranfemenU made for the two after noon exhibitions for school, on application to Mr. J. .M.Nixon. St. Cloud Hotel. Forties with ladies wtshmit W avoid tho crush at the Ticket Wagou aro informed ltbt offices Tickets havw been onened at Sln- gleton'a Book and Periodical Depot. PctolKee, the News stands At the SL Cload and Commtr cirl Hotels, The route of tho grand procession will be published on Thursday morning- junel St m flnl.U l,aCT-, nClti' miSi -n I i.lnr A.TTfTlTmTrmnrTHTmr, TNtCONSEOrtENCE OF TUT! PIT tJUIl A r. tSv ClMr.FjintoParrkh.hiclClakes place SUN- ut. i , j une z, ai in o ciock x. it., the patrons of tho various Barber Shops are requested to shave on Saturday, June 1st. All of the Barbers of the city are requested to meet at the. Barbers' Hall on Sunday morning at 8 p'plockpreciiicly. junel it AUCTIOX SAIiE (V FINE OIL PAINTINdS. PIIOTO- Fine f urniture. Carpeting, and . HSusehold firm,!, fir ' At their Auction Rooms this, - SATURDAY MORNING, JUNE I, I8C7 Commencing at PK o'clock. Among thpcollec- tionm rainungs ana ficiures are those of Gen. Frank Cheatham, Gen. Bishop Polk, Gen. John II. Morgan, and other celebrities. AGHEY. O'CONNELLA CO.. SUnel it 32 North Collcgo street. TO STOCKHOLDERS. " OrriCE F Nashvilik JtDKC.iTrit R. R. Co., Nashville. May 30, 1867. j "VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE 1.1 Nashville and Decatur Railroad Company are prepared to issue CERTIFICATES OF STOCK to the Stockholders of tho Tennessee and Alabama Railroad, tho Central Southern Railroad, and the Tenaessee and Alabama Cen tral Railroad, whenever their Certificates of Stock in said Companies aro surrendered, at tha offieoOf the Company in Nashville. G. W. SEA Y. Secretary. may30 lm IB.. P.JfcT. E. HEINECKE, MANUFACIURER'OF Mineral Water and Sarsaparilla, NO. 107 NORTH COLLEGE STREET, (Basement of Goettlngcr's Private Hotel.) ORDERS FOR PIC-NICS AND PARTIES will be promptly- attended to. The celebra ted MADISON ALE in bottles always on hand, E. IIE1NECKE, raaySO lm 107 North College st. ROCKBRIDGE ALtJM SPRINGS, VIRGINIA. rpIIIS FAVORITE .AND DELIGHTFUL J. Watering Place will be open JUNE 1st. Arrangements aro making to Tender it more than ever attractive to all in quest Of recreation, while to the invalid its remarkable medicinal waters hold out new hopes of 'health. IU reputation is established as a cure fur SCROFULA, and' most of the Glanduiir and Cutaneous Affections . CHRONIC DIARRUG5A and DYSENTERY. DYSPEPSIA, BRONCHI TIS THRUSH, Affections of Kidneys and Blad der, DROPSY and PILES. In all anoemie con ditions ot the system and broken down states of the constitution,, loss of appetite and general nervous prostration, their powers and virtue as a restorative are without a known rival amongst the Mineral Waters of tho world I They are especially indicated in the ailments peculiar to the female constitution.- The Springs aro distant onlj doven hoars from Richmond and twelve hoars from Wash ington by rail; in the midst of the grand'moun tain ranges of Virginia; in the same county with tho famous "Natural Bridge," (from which it takej its name,) and near to Lexington, Wash ington College, and the Military Institute; the home of Lee and the tomb of Jackson. For all particulars of routes, location and properties of water, see Springs pamphlet, sent tree by man.- Tl. .. !. , 1 .. 1 nn,1 11,,, mnlia f , 1. .. AUU Itfllli .,11'. ,uv UI IUD ,t I, L, V. t , for " mass,") can at all times ba had fresh and genuine from liegeman t Co., New iork; Cole man fc Rogers. Baltimore: Purecll. Ladd fc Co- Richmond; and A. B. Rucker. Lynchburg, Vn. A superior Band of Music for both lawn and ball room in attendance during the season. Daily mails at this office by Virginia Central luilroad. Fit AZIEIt t RANDOI.Plt, Proprietors CAPT. WM. H.SALE. Gen'l Sup't. taoySO lm TO STONE MASONS. OEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RE kj c-cived by me, at my office in Fayetteville, till tho llrst .Momlny in Jihik next. lor building at 1 ayetteville, Lincoln comity, Tennessee, a STONE JAIL HOUSE, two stories high, to contain six cells below, iron doors, tin or other tnetalie roof, sewers, cistern, air fur nace for warming, etc., according to plan and specifications to be seen at my oilice. Also, a BRICK HOUSE for Jailor's residence, with four rooms, eighteen by twenty feet. Payments will be in ado in cash as the work lirbgrcsses the whole to be completed in twelve months. K. FAlllilm ARSON, Chairman Board of Oommissiuncrs. uiayStw Union a.vd DlSPATcn publish four weeks daily. and forward bill to this office. t'uvtUeville (Jjnereir. POSTPONED. Tho 'Plans and Specifications for the abovo Jail and Dwelling House will be ready for in spection vn Till-; loin Or .1 VH K, and bids tor the work will be received till tho last Saturday of June, at ourolfice on Cherry street. LkMOINE A- WILLIAMSON. Architects, Nashville, Tenn. maySO tiU'une29 G IT Y HOTEL. rrillS LONa ESTABLISHED AND WELL L known House in future will be conducted by J. G. BLEDSOE, who has spent more than twenty, years in this business in Louisville, Cin- rinnati nnil nthr iMfi in winripi-tinn with If. F. BELL, of this city, and S. E. HARE, ono of. us ionnor proprietors, nno once Kept the com mercial Hotel, of this nlaco. We hooe bv strict attention to business to receive a liberal share of public patronage. Our table shall always be supplied with tho best the market affords, and bills very reasonable. Uf,EISOE, REEL fc WAKE, may23 3m Proprietors. GHEG AKAlTlrXSTITUTE. (FRENCH AND ENGLISH.) pOR YOUNG LADIES. BOARDING AND J? Day Pupils, ir27 nut! 10211 Hnriice Ntrcct. "PHILADELPHIA, Pa., willre-open on THURSDAY. September 19. . French is the language of the family, and is constantly spoken in tho Institutes. MADAME D'HERVILLY, maySl 3m Principal. LOST, single case, cracked dial. Tho Watch is prized ag tbo gilt of an esteemed friend. Tbo finder will be liberally rewarded by leaving it at the millinery store of Miss Barry, No. 33 Summer street, may2t tf 1867 LUMBER. 1867j STARTSMAN & WRIGHT CEDAIl STREET, , (Balow N, & N. W. Railroad Trestle.) rFFER.FOR SAL15. AT THE LOWEST- vy market rate, for tftso, a general assort ment-of EtUILDIXO IjirHIB'EK. Pine, Poplftraml Oalx Scantling nncll joist. Oiip, lWnntl 2 Inch Yellow Pine and J'ojilnr, seaoned. White Onk and nickory. - . ' Ccdnr Plank nml fjqnnre l'oifs. White anil RlacU M'alnnt. I'lonrlnnr of nil kinds. Ilrlilgc Timber cnt to order rind constant ly on hand. 1,1 14 ami 1 incli White and Yellow nne, clear. Gravel Itoollnfr dpi;e to ordr ondmate,- riui ursine. mayao am LAKGE SA.3LIB3 Thoroughbred and Trotting Ebtm AND ALDBRNEY CATTLE.' 1 AT WOOJJBTJitjr FARM", ON "WEDNESDAY, JUNE 12,i367. tS- Catalogues furnished on application. R. A. ALEXANDEIt, m?ri'lnis Station, Woodford county, ITentneky. mail" lm R. H. GROOMES & CO., TTNDERTAUER.S FOR, CITY AND SLR J rounding Country Dealers in METALLIC RI7KIAL CASES. Offico No. 42 North Cherry .Street Manufactory No. US Bouih Market Nt. Orders left atdthe- lace will be promptly Ucd. mar 12 6a. BjLFE IKSUB&NOE CO. Hartrord, Connecticut, ASSOlN j""."r?sc7.$4.5daooo 1 " Income iiororVoar:cVitUI 5utf$OO0QR Jan. 1, IX7, t&D, J4,yOJ 0 42.it ZJ? An J VoUclcr iHsneil.V Nashvjlle Ageacv.i 36, College, W D.TALnOTT';is:' P; P. VECKi Generttt Ajrent.1' 'Resident A'ceilt; N. B. Thu) Company has uniformjy made 2C percent larger Annual Dividend than any other Ltfo InsuranceCompany represented in this Stale sep'2-tf SELLING ;0 FT. THE ENTIRB'STOCK OF FURNITURE, House-Furnishing Goods, Etc., Of FRED. PHILLIPS. No 37 North Mar ket street, will be sold cheap for cash to close business. maylxJtf C. KIRCIIEK, Trustee. A SMALL FARM AT AUCTION. ON SATURDAY, JUNE S. 1807, AT 12 o'clock is., we will sell MTMOUT RE SERVE, at tha Courthouse in Nashville, st? if Acres of Excellent Land, v Eight and a half miles from the city, on the Nolensville Pike. This land ia all under fence, has on it a dwelling with four rooms, outhouses, a good orchard, a fine spring and six acres of woodland. It will be offered at a great bargain, privately, until tho day of sale. ANDERSON, JOHNSON k SMITH, may26td Agent?. NOTICE. ' THE FOLLOWING rS A LIST OF CERTIF icates. Checks, etc., awaiting proper owners in the office of the Agent of the Freedom's Bureau in this city. No. 7U Cellar street : Checks for Rnclc Rations, due tbe fol lowing members'of the tatolllth U. S.C L,vit : Dock Lunncs, Allen Houje, James Friersnn, Brown Cnburu, Harrison Rivers. GeorgeEilis, Charle3 Burlston, Lewi3 Gartee, Robert -White, Thomas Tyler, Frank Rnffin. Wm. Roblnjon, Lucius Hamlin and Edgar Smith. Certificates for Rack Pn anil Ronn ty, due the1 following persons? Louisa Knight, Ester Nickerson. Leak Frierson, Rliia Watkins. Sally Roliford, Hetty Celers. Lueinda Watkins. Mary Nelson. Sally Day, James Comack and LinaMcClane. Also, n Pension Certificate for Harriet Cabin ess, andnnumburof Dlsclinrce Papers left at different times and not yet vailed for. It is earnestly desirml that all persons having filed claims in the Ituroau lor collection will call in person, or communicate with tho Agent by letter. 9DIC1IAEL WALSH, Capt. and Sub-A't Com'r. Nashville. Tenn . May 29, 1U67.-1t W. 1. HAH3f-, DEALER IN ICE, No. 27 Critltllc Street, . ... (Near Louisville Railroad Depot,) NASHVILLE -THNN., TS PREPARED TO FURNISH , IN" ANY JL quantity. Heavy Ltilte lee. 81 " per 1110 puumls. Lake lee 4 toUlnrhcH illicit, 7f cent per 1UO ioiiniii. Reasonable deduction made to wholesale buyer. JAS. a LOVER, Agent. maytSL'w B.uml O.I PLANTS, BOUQUETS,, CUT FLOWERS. rrWO.HAN OARTIuND, GARDENER, X West of Cumberland Hospital, near Brood street, is prepared to supply tho choicest Plants, Bouquets, and cut Flowers, suitable fur Festivals and Parties, at moderate prices. I'drties are invited to examine the stock at tho Garden; or orders left at the drug store of W. J. i: C. W. Smith, corner Vine and Church streets, will receive early attention. may23 3m sp. jobs t. roow. J. X. XASII. 3. If. UOBFUT FOOTE, NASH & 10., Nos. 17 and 19 West Columbia St., CINCINNATI,, RlttTI I.I'KlUj OP COLOGNE ( SPIRITS, ALCOHOLS, IlND DOUrSTIC , LiaiTORS AND WINESi DZALEB3 tK OKXDI.VI ROUKRTSO.V COUNTY, ROCRDON, RYE AND MONONUAIII.A W II IS1CIE S. Proprietors of tho celebrated brand of Ora go Valley Whisky. m maylS lly' Pleasiint Country Keslilencc. Is OR RENT, A NEWLY-FINISHED Frame Cottage, pleasantly locattxLon the Murfreesboro Pike, about five .miles from tbe city. Rent low. For particulars inquire at this qfhee. tnay2G 3t WHOLESALE DBYG80DS. HUGH DOUGLAS & CO., No. 53 PiLblic Square, NASUVIET.E --.TENN. "5 ' HAVING PURCHASED fHE-IERHSr of W. B. Grubbs in tho lata has in es oT Huch Douzla St Uo.. we will contfnW t) hii.t. ness at the old" ,?Hnd, and under the' same firm and style as Jb&ve. we naretruitea Large Stock of Desirable Goods, Which we offer at GREATLY REDUCED PRICES, Rerardless of cost or profit, having determined to dupos? ot tnem preparatory to new purchaser, and to tell tfiem as lor as they ran be bouirlit. The attentien'of retail merchants resentfully No Uomls Kohl at Retail. HlflH JiOVGllS Jk. CO. HUGH DOUGL'AS.1 ' ' W. L. PAINE. f' maylOlm KEEP HsTST7KEr NASHVILLE .... 01MERIAIiJNSUKlNG GO. Ofllce. In the nullillnc of the Oank ' o I'lc Union; . . CAPITA!, AxnL Xrt iW' - . -TfiriTS noifianr ,MttiM&nvn . thmt lanrMBaildio, Xeain iu portlGrdiaaT;. Ut4. UOUtttbold lTirnltnr nr1 ,l.p ,vrRn.rt jrf. the tpSat literal Urnis. fin;, Marin, and lula!, rikruknvit lowct raif- JPV Lowe llUrally aajodad aiul proaiptlyp4br' --"jr srm-. n. 0. McSaiar, Jxut, VmT 0. S. UiiuiAS, ;xo. IttiXwur Ucou Jl Car i. JfT ,F,eilk. - R.'jfcliir,ir g. h. HICKiyicraiarj L. s Kan. SO ttnil 84 rr5t near Itroriil. T)OILERS,J"HEirf IRdN BREECHING, X Chluneyi fasrPln Bed mde to order. KDaiTiny nH i-Tiiiincin. oar line Promptly attended to. apraUm KANAWHA SALT! , ; - .KANAWHA SALlif miHS WELL KNOWN SALT IS NOJYJVR,-.. . X riving In large quantities.' Tho barrels" we good andstrong. having, improved, thecooper-. ago so ss to meet the expectations ot'every rfneF- The Salt will be SOU) ON AS GOOD TER.1IS . As any Salt brought to Tsnosseo.' ' " ' ' ' Orders from the country respectfully solklted. m lil.O. v. ,IXEA rt: CO., Agents. t Corner of Broad and Collego streets. Nashvillotu . . Tenn. apr'Ji 3m apt INSURANClJi ..GKEisfcrx-. FARNSWORTH & CLARK, : " NO. 4 MAXWIiXT. HOUSE, Corner of Chnrch anil Cherry Street. .' NORTH AMERICAN. INSURANCE CO., OF'-XEV? YORK. - - H Cash AnspI.n . S731.G53 S7 Continental insurance- co ' OF iYW YORK. , ff Casli Assets S1,GO.-),024 00 SECURITY INSURANCE COJ1P.AN1V '0?MfrtOKK. Ca.h Asmc1s 81,!iIS,0Ul02f NOKTIIAVi: STERN X.IFE INK'NCttDO."' Cawh A.snets. .3,000,00 43- Losses promptly adtasted and paid at this office. -f ft- Marine and Firo Risks of all atasses ac cepted at rates graduated to the hazard Involved. 42- Wo offer a medium of safe and aralUets indemnity, second to none. ' S- Lite Policies, at lowest rates, with nsre- 9 strictions as to travel or latitude. inayl2 tf WEBER & CO., Wholesale Auction COM3I1SSIOX MERCHANTS, -1 No. 3 Sonth Shle Public Square, 'Nextdoorto Berry k Deaoville's Drugstore, OLICIT CONSIGNMENTS OF DRYGOODSj Boot, Shoes, Clothing. Groceries, Hardware; ina Ware. Varieties, etc. Oensignarsean irelyt upon prompt and" faithful attention ta ooMign- ' menti, and immediate return upon sales. Espcclnl Attention filvon to. Out-Door i4 v SnlCM. 4 . mayCS.lm "The CayceSprings Elace,- 18.67. rpIIIS PICTURESQUE. R0MANTI.(1 AND 1 popular Southern resort, is new open Oprlfl valids and pleasure-seekera, afterexperrflv4 Im pmvements and additions. 1 The properties and qualities af tbo tOjafuy Mineral ami Free-stone Springs .ef "CAa Ct?" are established as Equal to any on the Continent. Carriages will bo in attendant at Ttwmajen'i Stalifln, (Nnlbvillo and Deeatur raifrartdri i arrival of each train, to ectovwy rftittto awl '' gago without delay. , " TERMS.' ' , Board perdayT u...,. 8 ,1 OH Board per week-. IB OO Children and Servants half fare. Twenty per cent, deduction to families. r Omnibusare0 cents. ItllNJ. P.SHIEEDS- f " Cayce Springs Place." May h, 19ST. may 19 lm " TmftMATIONAL BANK' or i NASH'II.I,E. TUNNI1SJE. .. STOtH(lt,DEIl. W. W. Berry.. M, Bnnij, - Jobu KTrfciiian, .Jot. P. IQiliuwa. D. Weav-er. llnfcnrJne, t Dan'l F. Carter. A. Ji lipniwn, Alexander l-'iill, Cbatf. ft. flilhaw, Hduiund Ceepor. - Deals in Rxehangc, Geld and Sliver, aBUjTsi Government beeurttto. Drafts drawn in sums, t,1 suit on Landen, Now York. New Orleans, Cincinnati, St. L-ute.lufe- ville, Memphis, etc. t "Jti Roods and 7-30 Treasury Netclways' on hand for sale. Highest premium paid fbrOompouod Interest Notes. W. W. BERRY. President. EDOAR JONES. Cashier. JOHN KIR KM AN. Vice Presjftlent. mar7 ly LIKE KINGSTON I IGE :.C0MFAN3F. 'IHIE UNDERSIGNED ffNOW PREPARBD JL to, furnish Fhmilles, llntrls. ffalwtnf, aHW, citizenJ of Nasbrille generally, with . if Piirc'"I.aIe KIiirhIoh Ice Dealers in the city and neighboring towns can be supplied tbe entire season at reasonable and satisfactory rates. All orders left at NO. 1 1 NORTH COEI.ElE STREET Will meet with prompt attention. A Wit. STONIi. The Cenlra'I lee Depot, in the Market Home, u now open tor me season. nprIU3ui ' INSURANCE. OIHE OlElJjraSEEa J ".lNSnitA'NOE COJIIMNY, Under the new charter, is no wop en tur basins! . AT NO. 34 NORTH COLLSGE STRE Next door to corner of Unlen stren". ' JOSEPH W. AEEEN, Prenldent. A. "W.s UCTI.En-Secretnry. -, J..J t f?CTORS.- -,n & J 0. A. K. Thompson. D. Weary. fiAJlfrt. JehnB-Jnhnsqn-. R. BC leShltn? JohnfajR" 0. H. Hendershott, A. O. &bu, deefeii M'riAa' 11 EVANS, FFjCE & CO., "WMr'sale Merchants NASHYILLBsi.A..i.i.. .TBNNBSBE. iTTEARE NOW IJT RECEIPT OF A LAHHB 1 1, and well ieleete4 ff mt- STCTDiT OB GOpS W BCIT.BLS rOE! V Spring and Sumrner Sales To which we call tbe &ttiyt f Men TisitingJjaJhrflte. ihir irtif sjT MershanU r foreign and ;Dgme8tio Drjrg-pods, . W- ROOTS, - SHOES f HATH, i GLOVEfl. fRUBBONS, . ?RIMff3INGS, ? j FHa.BTO.,Wp.. ... , EVANS, ElUE dL CO. ; rtNO aOODgSO"LiJ ATWCHTACI t !mr7 1 i ArcliitQct, r KCIJF ICATIuNS AND WORKTNO l)RAt" INGrf.mad with Offiee. at the Maxwell Heuse; Esrrtxsors. '- W.D.FDLT0X4 E II. EaST. Tit tf ; 5 k 5. 4 JU .A