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Circulation In City ami State. Tf9R?S OF A DVEUTsfSO.' -2 L5 1.00 tor 1.50 XOOi 4,tt B.00 7.S0 9.00 2-00 4.00 COO 8.00 10.(10 3.50 KM 6.00 9.001 t.O0! 11.50 if 23 29 47 5(5 ffi 74 n 9.00112.00 16.001 18-50' 31 llJffllSXW 14.00 1S.00 16.80 21.00 .19.00 94.00 39 47 9JJ0 22.00 12.0SH 25.50! 55 SI 7.00 14.00 29.001 31 12.00 lfiJ00Kl.J 27.00 3i SGjOO 3S.50 4X00 49m 71 tel.OOWI0 I5.09pi.00 S5.S0 87 101 ftf Villa? ll . BfellU itmm ttn Vi.00 SXfiOl in 1SS ailii9hr 14 I.IKM 28.(0 30.50 45 JO IS. araoj ).00to9. S7.0O! 5fl27ll45 .(0 32.00: 41.SOjM.00 82.W99.0Ul fi0-50 117.501 135 IBS MAM) 48. .00164.00 Ten lines of wild nonpareil ruaky one square. YdWly advertisers will be entitled to a dis count ofl0 per cent. .... Evmt other dayfe. o. 1.) advcrtisenentg will be charged two-third of above rate. Advertisements insertedSntheTri- Weekly will bo charged one dollar a square for first insertion, and Crty cents eaeb additional insertion. In the Weekly, one dollar a. square fer each lnserfWh. Speetal or City Item Notice, twenty cenU a line, first, and ten cents a line evtry additional insertion. Cbangesln advertisements will be charged at tbe rat&drfifty ccnli a square. All advertisement are due from date of first insertien. Hereafter the cash system will be adhered to, and no transient advertisements will be taken u ulcus accompanied by tbe money. M : ". Jotrs. Wali.aok A Co., Union and Dispatch. Robots, Watterbon A Purvis, Ut Banner. - , TRAVIS WllfHAM, . a Fqr Pre and Times Co. Naihville. Tenn.. Jan. 22. 1867. SE.YATOK,:WARE OX rEKAIiE&CF.- JLxcrSXxsit the division , of A rorregpondenl of the New York Times give? a-report of the exlraordinarj Bpeeoh made by Senator Wade at Lawrence, Kan aka, on lie 10th instant : "Mr. Wade said that as he had kept in advanee of the people in the great strife between freedom and (slavery, he meant to do the same thing in the contest which had just commenced for extending the right of suffrage to women. He was unqualifiedly in faror of equal rights for all, not only without regard to national ity.and color, but without regard to sex. W omen were more virtuous than men ; their preceptioris were quicker and keener, and when they (rained political power, they wevuld rectify many abuses which had thus far remained untouched. If he had not believed that his own wife had sense enough to vote he never would have married her. Haughtcr and applause, and if anv of bin hearers had wives who were unequal to the discharge of the right of sillirage, he would advise them to go home and get divorced at once. Kenewed laugh ter. The speaker denounced those women who did not want to vote because it waa not fashionable, and Baid that he bad a prediction to make. Female suffrage will be general in less than twenty years A voice 'That's too far olF',3 apd he thought it likely that in Kansas the next Legislature might set the matter straight. Applause-J He repeated that he intended to keep in advance of the neonle on this aubiect. and that he waA now ready to take another jump forward, If necessary. In his view Jtadical ism upon this and all other questionswas righteousness, while Conservatism was lrypoerisya&d cowardice. The Conservative was a mere lickspittle and hanger-on; he was not only willing to be trampled in the dust, but wan willing to remain there. "An regarded the political situation he would only say that Southerners now had the mildertl terms offered them they ever would get. If they chose to accept them, wall uddcoo.i; they might have all the advantages of such action ; if they refused. them, another turn would be given to the borew and they wonld be compelled to yield whether they wished to or not. Con gress had thus far been with the people, un3'it would not now desert them under the lead Of Johuson or the devil. His hearers might rest assumed ofone thin?, that recon ntruction waa as certain to take place as that thesuu was shining. "Senator W'tijp then proceeded to My that there was another nuestion tjiioii. which he, would expresH his view, although his 1 ! . IttV 1 t 1 f nearers iiugm uiuer iroin nun in opinion. We had disposed of the question offllavery, and now that of labor and capital must pass through the ordeal. The shadow of the upprooching struggle between the twogreat interest was uireuuy upon us, anuai nuuiu do no good to turn our backs upon the question. It.must bemet. Propurty was not equaly difid&I, and'a more equal distribu tion of capital must be wrought out. That Congress which had done so much for the blave cannot quietly regard tlis terrible distinction which exists between theman tifat labors and him that does net. Ap plause. If you dullheadssaid the Kpeaker, 'can't see this, the women will, and will act accordingly,' It will not be long before the laborerrt will demand of canvassers, upon the eve or an election, 'What will you do for us?' and they will have a atisfactory answer, "It is not right or jut that any man Mtftilld be compelled to labor until life is wfltn out and being is a curse. The .Almighty did not intend that this should be the case, nor wilt it remain no. More leisure roust be given to the people for men tal accomplishments, and labor saving machines had not yet fulfilled their mission, since they had failed to effect this result. Here in Kansas, said the speaker, where every mania a capitalist to a greater or loss extent, these inequalities are not so great, and are not po keenly felt ns they are in tho Haat, and the speaker wtjuIu advise every man in that section who is subject to a capitalist in any degree to cut loose from and get two hours nearer sundown forthwith. 'Alen of Kansas,' he said, 'if ytiu do as much for yourselves as the Al mighty has done for you, von will be the lords of creation.' Mr. Wade pledged himclf -to ndvocato the 'natural rights of man' boldly and persistently j spoke of the great commercial results which would in evidently flow from the completion of the Pacific railway, and then referred to the striking fact that the excursion party had, during tho two weeks of its journeying, accomplished by rail a distance which would have taken a year to traverse by the old modes of conveyance. He concluded by thanking Ihe people of Lawrenco for the oerdial welcorao and kind courtesies they had extended to the party he represented. HAXTA AXXA. A curious Btory about Santa Anna oomes out in the Uew York THUute. It is that the old man Is an imbcoile, and has been the prisoner and victim, during his resi dence on Stat en Island, of a set -of sharpers. A correspondent of the Tnhmt, says : "This vain old man was made to believe that he waa in communication with the Secretary of State, the President, -jnd other important officers of the United States government. It is said that parties were daily introduced to him as government ministers, a genu and meienrcrs, bearing important communications. That docu ments bearing the signatures of Mr. Seward atid other government officials, were shown to him in English, which he oould not read, and then translated to rait the pur poe of those about him, and that he was thus constantly duped, and made to believe himself the 'coming man' in Mexico, whom the people were ready to hail with accla raaUonsi(Large suras of money, it is bo ltcywfejli us obtained from him, osteD HfljtRfeSt .riat a"n expedition to Telnstato hfmlWSMi&xIco thaUJie gave a power of attorney, absolute and unreserved, over all his afiasrs to one of this party, who lias already hypothecated or mortgaged his valuable estates in St. Thomas tnd m Mex ico, jMjufeiwedly for tl)e same purposes. With this large amount of money in their hands, .and the way clear for obtaining more, it is clear that there was a motive of the most powerful kind for getting finally rid of the would-be Dictator, and for pook ctingiis gold." i i i M nflfl"P .1P0PLAKSHINOLKS.AT lOVJyJUU $4 til por thousand, delivered anywhere iu tbe sity or lMctCcld, fafale by jnncU 2t Ctir.&umrrandJtJrawierdsU. wTAXv AGGEEGAE. FOED AOTISHSOK - COUNTY, -TENMESSEEr1867r' I 1 DTSTlfiCTft i f-4 u ' :t 4 a ...., n n IX 13 14 i....... 17 IK l't at s u 1204 4021 41 1 t,53SS 11,8001 10pm 7WW 1.C50 109 us! 32,030 33,060! 87.92S 14,000 7rt 11 1W 111 41 Oft 1885. 5l,W0 i,::w 580 iai . 860J 120! 78( 97 97,11101 17J48(M its J1.B.6 U.C40 10,210 21, M 71 7 70 3421 1 gH3: 1211(gi JETNA LIFE -INSURANCE G0. or HavH'ord, Connecticut, Assets. Jnnnnrr ,S4,500,G00 1st. 1887, Incoinofor year endl (2Q XQQ QQfi Jen, And XfoliciciiIssMcd;.- - - 14i89 Nashville Agencvi 36 College W. D.TALBOTT, P. P. PEK, Jcncrnl Airent. Resident Agent, N. B. This Company lias uniformly made 2C Eftr cent 1 arcer Annual JJiridends tban any other ifoInsuranrcCotnpany represented in thUStalo ep2-t( THE SECOND NATIONAL BANK, OP NASHVILLE, College Street, near Union, Deilgnatcd Depositary and Financial Agent pi tbe United States, it is prepared to transact a regular Banking buniess, and'farnish Bxahango on NEW YORK, . NEW ORLEANS, LOUISVILLE, AND CINCINNATI. Government Securities, Gold and Silver.bonght tind Kildon Commission. JOHN LUMSDEN. President, W. J. THOSIAS. Cashier- oct2My. FOURTH NATIONAL BANK, JVASUYIXIiE, TN., 19 DOINQ X REOULAK Banking antl Exchange BusineBBi And will pay special attention to Collections. CAPITAL STOCK, 200,000 DIRECTO rtS. DAN'L 1IILLMAN, 0. F. NOEL. JAS. WIIITWORTH. BrRD DOUGLAS. It. II. GARDNER. SAM'L WATKINSt Y. If. EVANS, B. S. RIIEA, A. HAMILTON. JAS. WIIITWORTH, JOflJi P0RTERFIEL1), President. Cashier. )une2 3m PURCHASING EDWIN C. CLAEKE, Ar.XT IN Xr.W YORK roll ITJU- C1IASING SreilCIfAXniSK AM) fltAC'lirF.KY OF ALT. HINDS. LTAVING A BUSINESS EXPERIENCE OP .VJL nearly sixteen yeans in JNcit York, nnd an cxtensiroacquaintancowith first-class Manufac turers and Dealers in this city, in tho various branches of Trade nnd Manufacture. I am now Srepared to fill orders for a 1 kinds of Merchan lc. at tbe lowest market prices. Merchants, Mechanics and Families will find it to their interest to favor me with their orders. Orders from all parts of the country respectfully solicited, A reasonable commission charged. Address KDW1N C CLARKE, 103 Pearl street, or box 3572 New ork. Rkkkekncks. P. IV. Q. Bellows, Vice Presi dent Pacific Mail Steamship Co., New York; Isaac Taylor, President Now York and Bremen Steamship Co., N. Y.: Crocker, Wood A Co,, New York ; E. W. Bnrstow Sons. Now York : Kuzer Bros., New York; Hon. A. M. Clapp, Buffalo, N. V.; A. B. James, Esq., Nw Orleans; Geo. James, Esq., Zanesville, Ohio 5 Wool worth J; Graham. NeWlnrk: Manihnll .lnhnsnn kCn.. Ncw York ; Henry Moore Jt Genung, New York. apnu jm COMMISSIONER'S SALE OP Yaluable Real Estate; Eolonglnc to tho Into 13I-WJVTtl TltA-UTJlS, Containing S17 Acres, M .lilies from Xnshvlllo, rrontliiff on the 3Ittr frrrsboro nnd on tho Klonc Ulver Tnrnplltcs. BY VIRTUE OP A DECREE OP THE United States Cireuit Court at Nashville, at its April Term. lS67.in tbo suit of WrayJt Gilleland ct al. vs. W. 11. Lucas and tbe heirs of Edward Trnbuo ct nl., I will sell tho above 217 nsroe at public auction, on WEDNESDAY, 20th .HTJTE, IS07, On the premises, to tbo highest bidder, post tlvcljr without reserve, without encum brance and free from redemption. Tho mini mum heretofore fixed on the lands hu been withdrawn by order of tho court, and a discre tionary power riven thu Commissioner as to tho manner in which the tract shall be sold. The tract has been subdivided into Iota con taining from one and a-balf to twenty -one acres each, but the Commisioner now has discretion to sell the same in lots or blocks. Tbo tract is finely watered and tho soil ex cellent. I will also sell at tbe same timo nnd place, without reserve, and free from redemption, 45 Acres nnd 20 Poles, On which ia situated the residence of the late Edward Trabue, which tract will be sold subject to tbe dower assigned to the widow of said Edward Trabue. This tract is handsomely imnroTed. harlno- on it a splendid two f tory brick house and all ueresMry outheuses, orchards, cisterns, etc. 4 reruns ueririns 10 purcniso are earnestly reouested to examlno tho lands before the dav of sale. TERMS OF, SALE. ? One-fbtirth cash, and tbe balance on one, two and three years, with notes well endorsed, bear ing interest, and lien ntained. Sale to com mence at 11 o'clock a. m. F K. OI.ANCOCU, mayS4 eodtd Special Commisssiener. In Chancery at Nashville. State of Tennessee Office Clerk and Muter, Chancery Court atNashville,Aprilthe80th,lSC7. John O'Nell etuxor, complainants, vs. William Conner et ftls., defendants. TT APPEARING FROM AFFIDAVIT FILED X m this cause thst the defendant, William Connor, it non-resident of tho Stato of Ten nessee it thercfeiro ordered that ho enter his annearanea herein before or within th ihr.. days of tbe next term of said Court, to be held on mam iuexraay in noremcernext,i!o7,andplead. same will betaken for confessed as to bim and set isr nearmp ex parte, ana mat 6 copy of this order bo published for four consecutive week in the Nashville Union nnd Dispatch. A copy-Attest M. B. HOWELL. . .. Clerk and Master. Abrsm L. Demos, xSul r fsreompPts. JuneX w4t SI. JFJ&TTZ, " BOOT AND SHOE MAKER, No. 27 UentUick Street, AfAKESTO ORDSRiTnEFINESr-FRENCII 'J- vw ikln Uoots: alto. Shoe and Gaiters. A 'oill jlet of custom-tnade Boots wMeh wilt b sold t reduced rate. Jonctim on hand. AH TOTAL VALUE T!3l anil, Personal.' -A'aliio.' fTotiil rafne. m A la t ' 5118,9004 ,suyfcM&u 4M.315! 497.7V, 311,507,39(1 04,290 lSlilTS 16,485 11,452 J7.709 ft)i,7a. 100 109,875 j 109,676 317,545 49O&00 lb8,455 . 174,490 1 213,715 I 3l7.5ti It E A L 327,7001 ll,CJ2j i490OO , 163,455 174J490 1 213,716 1 rc,c.io 170.1U5 178,82.i 21015 734.740 7,'4re 10,024 7.179 baa,7w 931,510 091,505 28710 856,735 334,375 194,215 93,150 369,300 944,985 256,205 - 239,485 311,605 104,610 235,110 89,985 .109,855 098.U9U l,823,9GOd tiUl,605!( 287,910" 1,584,425,, 334,375 ( 2.56,2)0 1 03.1C01! I,401,l)f0ll 078,205.! 2.SC.2H5' KM.450 C,31ff1 1,1(13,885 703,505 290,005 1,022,125 350,245 237,570 93,730 1,487,910 1,076,335 273,085 280,610 330,195 120,250 251 20 92J810 194,420 2U.H7C 10,216 4,101 24,355 2,659 8,407 1,033 10,761 11,087 16,720 0;398 1(T,221 11,707 24,035 23,930 ap2.o" ,587,090 i,oaT,7o 3.1,220 "oSw ' "tin - 104.010) 235,1101 89,933f 109,855) $3,016,085 S21,C27,950ii 23,378.-280 "UP AND- UP" LIVERY AND SA.1JES STAB'LE! i 3.0, 41, 43'Deaderick6treet, t Between StunmeDnnil Cherry. .1 ! ss. THE UNDERSIGNED WOULD MOST RE spcctfnlly call the attention of the citizens of Nashville and public generally, to his fine stock of BUGGIES, HORSES nnd CARRIAGES, which can bo furnished at auy hour, day or night. The buggies and carriages are of THETMOST 3IODEB3V STYLE aad my horses cannot be excelled in speed and style by any in the city. Give the "UP AND UP" a call, and I warrant to give satisfaction. I would also call the.particular attention of tho public to my facilities for Boarding Morses. Having thoroughly repaired and made largo additions to my stables, fitting them up eo as to secure the amplest room and comfort for the horses, embodying all new and modern improve ments, nnd secured tho serviocs of the best Hostlers in the country, and my stable being thoroughly ventilated, I feel confident of giving GEKERA.I. SATISrAOTIOJT "to nil who may favor me with their patronoge. Having set apart a portion of this X. Mammoth aiame ior tne accommoaaiiou oi TRANSIENT CUSTOMERS, I most respectfully solicit a share of their pat ronage. Thankful for past favors. I moat respectfully solicit a continuance of the same. .T. F. PEXTEC4KST, june!3 3m Proprietor. TO STONE MASONS. OEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RE O celved by me, at my offico. in Fayetterille, till the lirst Mondny In .tunc next, for building at Fayettevllle, Lincoln county, Tennessee, a STONE JAIL HOUSE, two stories high, to contain, six. cells below, iron doors, tin or other m'etallo roof, sewers, cistern, air fur nace for warming, etc., according to plan and specifications to be seen at my office. Also, a BRICK HOUSE for Jailor's residence, with four rooms, eighteen by twenty feet. Payments will be made in cash as the work progresses the whole to be completed in twelve months. R. FARQUHARSON. Chairman Board of Commissioners. in ay 3 4w Ukionand Dibpatcii publish four weeks daily, and forward bill to this offico. lavlttvilte Observer. POSTPONED. The Plans and Specifications for tho above Jnil nnd Dwelling House will be ready for In spection ON THE 10th OP J ONE. nnd bids for the work will bo received till the last Saturday of Jane, atourofiiceon Cherry street. LeMOINE A WILLIAMSON, Architects, Nashville. Tenn. may30 tiljune29 IN CKIANCERY AT LINDEN, TENN APRIL MJLF.3, 1867.1 Joseph G. Smith vs. Bnlam Andersfin et nls. IT APPEARING TO THE SATISFACTION of the Court that defendants, Balam Ander son and tbe son of William Anderson, whose name is unknown, are non-residents of the State of Tennessee, so that the regular process of law cannot be served upon them: it is therefore ordered by the Court that publication be made for four successive weeks in the Nashville Union and Dispatch, a newspaper published in the city of Nashville, Tennessee, requiring them to appear at tho next term of the Chancery Court, to be held in Linden. Perry county, Tennessee, on the second Monday in Jjino next, 1667, to plead, answer or demur to complainant' bill, or tho same will bo taken for confessed as to them and set for hearing exjiarte. mayl0w4t R. M. THOMAS. C. and M. .TAMES HUDDLE & CO., 41 Bullitt Street, Manufacturers and Proprietors of HURLEY'S Compound Syrup of Sdrsaparillo. HURLEY'S STOMACH BITTERS. ;hurleys -era AGUE TONI HURLEY'S WORM CANDY. Extract Jamaica Ginger. J)r. Seabrook'g Soothing Syrup. HARTMAN'S Oriental Pcarl Drops. IBETTISON'S ; English ITorse Linament. SEATON'S Chemical aprS Writing Fluid. In Cllancery at Nashville. Stale of Tennessee OfHea Clerk and Master Chancery Court at Nashville, May thoSSth. 1667. Woods, Yeatman A C.. complainants, vs. W. W.Allen et alk. defendants. TT APPEARING FROM AFFIDAVIT FILED J- in tie amended bill in this eaue that the defendants. Arena S. Bradford. Ella J Brad ford, .Mary llraaiow. James v. Alien, samuei W. Allen and John II. Bradford, heirs of W. TP. Allen, deceaied. are non-rcsjdtnts of the State of" Tennessee: U is therefore ordered that they enter their appearance herein before or within the first three days of the next term of said Court, to be held on the first Monday In November next, 16(57, and plead, answer or demur to complainant's original and amended bill, or tbe same Will be taken for confessed rs to them and set for hearinr ex Viarte. and that a copy of this order lx published for four consecutive weeks in theNashville Union mdSltiatrt. . C, '- ATCopy Attest; .h,.b. uur.i.u .ClrrlriiTid Matter., O.'H.S'ats.'Sol'r.forcojapl'a. . cayS04tw- SCHOOL AX. COp'TT TlX. -TOTAL. TAX. SW.107 47 1,412 72, SCO 94 " 052-40 500 OC 000 80 1,PJ7 85 3,051 71 ' 1,828 70 787 01 4,161 31 1,004 01 085 art 299 33 3,839 78 2,785 34 7CI21 850 27 934 49 394 03 099 30 309 78 550 05 $23,790 78 1,084 68 41G 3S $23,194 78 lfXS 58: pC2 35 655 62 133 30 310 21 3.57 03 492 09 1.4S9 48 2,827 77 1,411 01 392 01 3,244 25 712 49 515 14 187 40 2,375 82 2,150 07 .317 37 501 02 700 39 S40 60 r02 04 184 02 388 84 jn.isa 03 a,&!5 is 1 rl 722 Oil 2329f31W 1,100 SO 394 71 . 1.2G9 18 1,331 80 530 13 lOJ 98 1 2,880 27 i 1,443 51 615 61 1 ?,298 76) 760 49 .ISO 14 219 1W 3,035 82! 2,199 17 589 87! 040 02 729 89 287 601 1,713 74 4,882 31 9,305 75 4.C33 23 1,994 53 10,707 31 2.48G 59 1,737 21,: 700 75-' 0,851 42 i 7,135 18tj l,90u 4fi' 2,000 31! 204 77 , 922 03 1 108 7:i!f 224 12 423 84 SCJiSOO 70 S1MC8 00! S4C.750 60 S157.094 82j HENDERSON BROS, IilCEXS j PRACTICAL PLUMBERS, GAS AND STEAM FITTERS, "No. , 73 Ciierry Street, . (Old.No.tOv) opposite Colonnade Building, . "NAsnviiiiiE: ..:.....; ten'n. EstaliUahed in rE ARE PREPARED TO DO WORK IN 11 our line in a prompt manner. and first-class PLUMBERS' MATERIAL On band and for sale. SHEET LEAD, LEAD PIPE, PIG LEAD, FORCE POMPS, CISTERN PUMPS, DEEP WEM PUMPS, A EE PU3IPS, ARTESIAN PUMPH. BATHS. WASIISTANDS, WATER-CLOSETS, BLOCK-TIN ond HYDRANTS, BEER COCKS, SHAMPOONING COCKS. BASIN COCKS, HOSE. ' 110 f WATER BOILERS. NOZZLES. COUPLINGS. ETC GAS FITTING. Public and Private Buildings, Store Houses, etc., fitted up in the mot improved style, and on reasonable terms. Chandeliers, Hall Lights, Pillar .Lights. Drop Lights, .Portable Stands with Hose, Pendants, Brackets, Glass Globes, Smoko Hells, Patent and Plain Shades, Cigar Lighters, etc. IRON PIPE, For Gas, Water and Steam, from an eighth inch up to two inches. Fittings for ihe Tees. Elbows.. Crosse'. PIuks. Altore. Bushings. Re- ducers. Lock Nuts, Hooks, Return Uends, Unions, etc. STEAM FITTING. Steamboat. Factory, Hotel ond Stationary Engine work done. Steam Gauges, Steam Whistles, Steam Traps, Globe-Valves, all sixes ; flungo Cocks. Oil Cups, Air Cocks, Cylinder Cocks, etc, etc feb21-3m New York and firemen STEAMSHIP COMPANY. Fikst-Class U. S. Mail Stsamsuips Atlantic, Baltic, Western Metropolis Fourth Nleamer, FOR 80UTII HAMPTON' AND BSRMKX, taking passengers to Southampton, London, Havre and Bremen at the following rates, payable in gold, or its equivalent in currency: FIRST CABIN, $110. SECOND CABIN, 805. STEERAGE. $35. From Breson, Southampton, Havre, to New York : FIRST CABIN. $110. SECOND CABIN. $75. STEERAGE, $43. Excursion Tickets out and Home i First Catiin, $210. Second Cnbln, 3130. Steerage, 870. SAILING DAYS FR01I .NEW TORE AND BREMEN": Moy 4 and IS June 3.15 nnd 23 July 13 and 27. Aug. 10 and 24-Sert. 7 nnd 21 Oct. 5 and 19. For freight or passage armlv to W. W. TOTTEN, Agent for Nashville. ISAAC TAYLOR. President, may! tf 40 Broadway, New York. 5,000,000 Pressed Bride, ode by CHAMBERS. BRO. A CO.'S PAT ENT BRICK MACHINE, at tho NASHVIME STEM BRICK WORKS. THESE BRICK ARE5UPERI0R TO TOOSE made br anvnthcr tiroeess far anv nnrnoso for which Lrick are used. They will withstand double tbe pressure of hand-made brick with out crushing, and the mortar will adhere more firmly to them; they are less pervious to mois ture, and thereforo vastly superior whero strength or durability are required'. For Pavements and Cisterns they cannot bo xccllcd. Philadelphia. October 23, 1863. This is to ccrtifv that we have used manv thousands of Chambers, Bro. A Co.'s Machine Brick, and we, as builders, prefer them to all others, as they are more durable, will cut in any desired direction, and tho mortar adheres moro firmly to them: Chris Binder. Sixth, above Jefferson; E. S. Fitch, Bricklayer and Builder, Seventh, above Oxford; A. D. Caldwell Did Bnilder, 424 Walnut street. In building the railroad bridge over the Schuylkill river, 200.003 briok were used j Cam den Woolen Mills, 2.000,000 brick; Sewers of Camden. 600,000 brick ; City Pavements, 200,000 brick; New Jail. Washington. D. C, 400000 brick; Collins Iron Company's Works, Mar quette. Lake Superior, 100.000 brick. All of the aboro and many millions more used in prominent public and private improvements -were made by Chambers, Bro. A Co.'s Patent Brick Machine. We take pleasure in referring to the following named gentlemen in this city, who have used our brick, and join in the foregoing testimo nials: A. G. Sanford. President of tbe First Na tional Bank: Jesse Warren, Carpenter and Builder; W. If. Northern, Carpenter and Build rr; Leonard A McKeon, Bricklayers; Col. J. B. VanDyne, Gen. SupU N. A D. R. R.; n. G. Scovel, Real Estate Agent. We are also making the world-renowned Philadelphia Fronts," which for front and hearth brick canuot be excelled. Brick shipped at low rates to any point on river or railroads. Pavements laid at most reasonable rate?, and all work warranted. For. further information, or orders, address MASON, ADAMS A CO., Agents. Nashville Steam Brick Works, P. O. Box 491. Nashville. Tenn.. Or applr at Brick Yard near Race Track. mav33m Church Property for Sale. ,STE OFFER AT PRIVATE SALE THE YY larce and commodious Brick Church, with lot attached, on the corner of Cherry and Kim streets. South Ntuhrille. and opiwMitethe Firemen's Hall. The bulldingcan be converted into two large and excellent business house, and i well located far that purpose. We offer this property at a price much below, its real talue, sad on credluSbT sir, twelve eighteen, twenty-four, thlrtyrand thirty-six months, with interest. Any Information desired will be famished by Morton B. Howell. Esq.. at his office in tbe Courthouse, cr by A. NELSON A CO,. . .. 'BraliHitate Agents, Jcnefllw M No. 50 N.Cherry U STATE 4 COCKir BAILROAP TAX. TOTAL , E. Tax. fTtnii.i Ala, K. St $13;420 U' ,695 05 S93 ii m 17 203 93' 220 51 $13,480 10 698 05 222 49 ' 393 63 05717 209 98 220 51 292 25 849 85 t'll lSft 111 510,931 50 2,033 16 778 70 1.377 54 2,300 10 731 92 771 80 1,022 8S 2,974 40 5,714 01 2.85! 52 1,207 52 0,543 00 1,481 93 1,051 28 407 42 0,011 64 4,349 84 1,137 24 1,201 04 1,430 28 523 0(1 1,040 78 408 74 812 08 897 0t 233 72U ftnn 10' I " 9S57& - 314-90 33) 78;' 438 33 ! 1,274 70 . 2,448 88 j 1,223 30 ' 517 50': 2,804.14 035 14 450 54,, 174 CO j 2,576 it 1,864 salt 437 38,, 514 74 1 012 OSjJ 220 st; 440 Oltt IK 18ii 348 30'; t2 2S1 8i9 85 1,632 68 816 68 315 01 1,809 43 423 42 300 37 110 41 1,717 01 1,242 81 324 33 343 15 408 05, 150 SO 297 37 110 73; 232 19 1,12 68! SI6 63 S45 01 1,S) 43 423 42 300 37 110 41 1,717 ei 1,242 81 324 93 343 15 408 05 160 80 - , 237 37 110 78 23210 127,207 18 $27,207 18 S10.810 7C! $35,225 12 GREAT DISTRIBUTION Merchants' nnd Mnnufaturers' JEWELRY ASSOCIATION, 103 and 105 Broadway NEW YORK CITY. O1 iF ROSEWOOD PIANOS AND MELO- ueons. line Ull PAimmcs. KnirrAvinirc Nil. ver Ware. Gold and Silver U'ntrhM nnH plunnt Jewelry, consisting of Diamond Pins, Diamond Rings, Gold Bracelets, Coral, Florentine, Mo saic J et. Lava, and Ladies' Sets, Gold Pens with gold and silver extension holders, Slcove But tons, sets of Studs, Vest and Neck Chains, etc, etc., valued at 1,000,000, FOR ONE UOIXAR. The Merchants' anil Manufacturer' Jewelry Association calls your attention to the fact of its being tboJargcst and most popu lar Jewelry Association in the United States. The business is and always has been conducted in tbe most candid and honorable mannpr. Onr rapidly increasing trado is a sure guarantee of tno appreciation oi our patrons lor this method of obtaining rich, elegant and costly goods. Tho sudden stagnation of trade in Europe, owing to the late German war, and recent disastrous finan cial crisis in Europe, has caused tho lailure of a largo number of jewelry houses in London and Paris, obliging them to sell their goods at a great sacrifice, in some instances lets than one third the cost of manufacturing. We have lately purchased very largely of these bankrupt goods, at such extremely low prices that we can afford to send away finer goods, and give better chances to draw themost valuable prizes than any other establishment doin i similar business. OUR AIM IS TO PLEASE, and we respectfully go licit your patronage, as we are confident of giv ing the utmost satisfaction. During the post year we have forwarded a number of themost valuable prizes to all parts "f the country. Those who patronize us will receive tbe full value ef their money, as no article on our list is worth less than one dollar, retail, and there are no blanks. Parties dealing with us may depend on having prompt returns, and the article drawn will be immediately sent to any address Dy return mail or express. The following parties have recently drawn valuable prizes from the Merchants' and Manu facturers' Jewelry Association, and have kindly allowed use of their names: Frederick V. Browne, Esq., Treasury Depart ment, Washington, D. C, Piano, value, S450; Miss' Anna L. Frost, Waverly Terrace, New York city, ladies' gold enameled and diamond sot Watch, value, $300; William B. Eminnns, New Orleans, La., Sewing Machine, value, S75; George L. Davenport. Mobile. Ala, Silver Tea Set, value, $200; .Miss Lucy Orcutt, Albany, 111., Sewing Machine, value, $6,5: Airs. Mary J. Downing. Louisville. Ky.. Gold Watch, value, -$200; James B. Fowler, Harrisburg, Pa . silver hunting coso Watch, value, S75; Rev. William Peyeer, Milwaukee, Wis., Wheeler A Wilson Sewing Machine, value. $123; J. J. Bickford, San Francisco, Cal . gold lined silver Tea Set, value. $300; Edward L. Rice, St. Louis, Mo., Melodeon, value, 250; Miss Helen E. Sinclair, Detroit. Mich , diamond cluster Ring, value, $225; Horatio G. Frost, Chicago, III., large Oil Painting, value, $800; Sirs. Charlotte E. llewins, Doniphan, Kansas, Chickeriug Grand Piano, value. $700. and Mnsic Box,, value, $65. Many names could be placed on the list,' but we publish no tnames without permission. Our patrons are desired to send us United States cur rency when convenient. Partial EUt or Articles to (be Sold for ONE DOI.I.AU EACH, without regard to value, and not to be paid for until you know whafyou are to receive : lOChickeringQrand Pianos, worth SSOO to 8700 15 elegant Rosewood Pianos . 200 to 450 inelegant iuelodeons, rosewood case 175 to 50 first class Sewing Machines ........ 40 to 75 fine Oil Paintings ,'iO to !20 300 100 30 40 40 150 fine Steel Engravings, framed 20 to 50 Music ilexes. 150 revolving patent Castor?, silver 60 Silver Fruit and Cako Baskets - 25 to 20 to 20 to 35 40 150 260 150 100 75 400 sets of Teaaind Table Spoons 20 to im uoia Hunting vase U'atcneb, war ranted 50 to 100 Diamond Rings, cluster and tin gle stone.............. ..... 75 to 175 Gold Watches 85 to 300 Ladies' Watches- - CO to 500 Silver Watches 20 to Diamond Pins, Brooches acd Ear Drops, La dies' Sets of Gold and CoraL Jet and Gold, Flo. routine. Mosaic. Lava and Cameo, sets of Studs, Vest ond Neck Chains, plain and chased Gold Rings, Gold Thimbles, Lockets, new style Belt Buckles, Gold Pens and Pencils, fancy Work Boxes, Gold Pens with gold and silver extensien holders, and a larce assortment nf flno Silver f Ware and Jewelry of every description, of the DestmaKe ana latest styles. A Chance to obtain any of the above articles for One Dollar, by purchasing a sealed envelope for Twenty-five Cents. Five sealed envelopes will be sent for$l, eleven for $2, thirty for $5, sixty-five for 810, one hun dred for $15. Agent Wanted Everywhere. Unequalled inducements offered to Ladies and Gents who will act as such. Our descriptive cir culars will be sent on application. Distributions are made in tho following man ner: Certificates gaming each article and its value are placed in sealed envelopes, which are well mixed. One of these envelopes, containing the certificates or order for some article, will be delivered at our office, or sent by mail to any address, without regard to choice, on receipt of twenty -fi ve cents. On receiving the certificate, tho purchaser will see what article it draws and its value, and can send one dollar and receive the article named. Purchasers of .onr scaled envelopes may, in,this manner, obtain an article worth from one to fivo hundred dollars. Long letters aro unnecessary. Have the kind ness to writo plain directions. Orders for sealed envelopes Tnnst in every coso be accompanied with the cash, with tho name of tho person send ing, nnd town-, county nnd State plainly written. Letters should be addressed to tne managers, as follows: JACKSOX, CORNISH : CO., 193 and 195 Broadway, New York. mar313m J. -LUMSDEN & CO., MANCFACTCBEKS AND DIACKRS.IX HIDES, OILS, LEATHER Findings, Curriers' Tools, Wo. 9 ' SOUTH MARKET STREET, o. 9 JTASirVUXE, Iulyl3-tf TESTXESSEE. EDGEFIFLD AGAIN. Second Chancery Sale, FRIDAY, JUXE 38, 1807. TN PURSUANCE OF A DECREE OF THE X Chancery Court in tbe cae of W. Greenfield and others vs. A. J. McWhirter. we will offer t pnblic auction on the premises, a. 11 o'clock. rflll Ax, JUXE SS, 1867, Seven Lots, 79 to 85 inclusive, fifty feet by 170. on Smiley street, in Foster's Addition. These lots lie near tbe residence of Gov. Brown, and within a short distance of the Gallatin Pike. They are most choica lots, and ore beautifully located. TERMS A credit of sir. twelre. eighteen and twenty-four mciUhs, with interest. Notes with approved personal security required and lien retained. Salo free from redemption. MORTON JJrilOWELL, 0." and M. ARRINGTON, F.RRAR A WEAKLEY, Agts. No. 63 Fublio Square June 8, 1SG7. td TO STOCKHOLDERS. Orrict tr Nashville A Decatsr R, R. Co., ) Nashville, May 30. 1S67. VTOTICEIS HEREBY GIVEN THAT TOE JLl Nashville and Decatur Railroad Company fire prepared to iarae CERTIFICATES OF. STOCK to the Stockholders of the Tennessee Od Alabama Railroad, the. Central Southern Railroad, and tlio Tennessee and Alabama Cen tral .Railroad, -whenever their Certificates of Stock in said Companies are vnrrendered, atthe .oficeofibo Company in Nashville. ' G. W. SEA Y, Secretary. naySOIn IBP.AT.1 PUBfcIO SAiE. BY VIRTUE OF A MORTGAGE TO ME executed, October SDthSOrt, and registered in tie Register's office of Davidson, county, in Bo; No". 37. page 222, 1 will Mil at public wJe. On fintHrlj-, SSd liml. atjltro'clfick. t,1htPJongh TaetorjviNo. 33S Soem' Cherry street, one Strain Lngine and Bolljr; talKVAPUner. Jig-saw. "Smith'?' Tool. Pro and Dies, nod, all ihe fixture ued in be raaUCittwa of plowi by Harrii jaseJMOt sga -. r NHAESHi? Chaiicerr'SSle fEtsa? Oh Hturriay,9th Dayrorj'Hne, 167, JN OBEDIENCE TO A DEGREE OF THE" jl vuancery uourt, pronounced at the fcebruary Terra. 1SC7, in the case of James M. Robertson and others vs. Moses H. Bonner and others, X will attend on thepremises, and offer for salo tit the highest bidder. Several Tract or 1'arcclH of JLnncI, Belonging to the citato of Henry Robertson-, deceased, situated in Lincoln county, Tennessee, about one mils northeast nf tbe town of Fuy ettevillc on the waters of Norn creek, on tho Lynchburg Pike, and also on the lino of the Winchester and Alabama railroad, being, the name tract on which tbe said Robertson resided at the time of his death. The whole tract con tains by survey Hi'-li acres, and is divided into five lot as follows: Lot No. 1 contains 2IS acres good dwelling ' and other necessary biildings, orchard, etc , and Is well imtcrcd LotNo. 2 contains 1304 acres, 100 of which cleared and tillable, under fence, and well watered. Lot No.3 contains acres, 50 acres tilla ble land, under fcuce. with a dwelling house, and well watered. All three of these lots are well adapted to growing cotton, grain of all kinds, and grasses. Lot No. 4, containing acres, and Lot No. 5. containing 37 acre, are timbered !and, and would make an excellent stock farm. Plats of the survey and boundaries cf the sev eral tracts may be seen at the office of the Clerk and Muster. TERMS Said land will be sold on a credit of one and two years, except the sum of six per cent, which will be required in cash. Note with two or more good securities will be required of the purchaser, and alien retained upon the land until the purchase money is paid. R. FARQUHARSON. may!5td Clerk and Master. Sale of Land for Taxes. BY VIRTUE OP AN ORDER OF SALE directed to me from the Circuit Court of Dickson county, at ita February Term, 1957, I will, ON THE FIRST MONDAY IN JULY NEXT, at the Courthouse door in Charlotte, offer for sale at public auction, oa the law directs, he following tracts of land, or so much thereof of each as will be sufficient to pay tho taxes, cost and charges due severally tliereon, to-wit: One tract of land in tho name of J. W. and M. F. Shelton, lying in Civil District No. I, contain ing 400 acres, valued at $400. Taxes due. $2 30; Clerk's fee. SI 60; Printer's feo, $1 50; Sheriff's fee. $1 00. Ono tract in name of Peterson, containim 670 acres, lyidg in District No. 6, valued at $1340. Taxes due, $7 40; Clerk's fee, SI 50; Printer's fee, $1 50; Sheriff's fee, SI 00. , One town lot in the town of Charlotte, in name of R. A. Reaves, valued at $600. Taxes due, $3 45; Clerk's fee, $1 50; Printer's fee, SI 50; Sheriff'afee.llOO. Ono tract in name of Campbell A Emart, lying in Civil District No. 7, containing 300 acres, val ued at $225. Taxes duo, $1 29: Clerk's fee, $1 50; Printer's fee, $160; Sheriff's fee, 8100. One tract in name of Dodson A Davis, lying in Civil District No. 7, containing 600 acres, valued at$450. Taxes Printer's fee. SI One tract in the name of B. C.Robertson, lying in Civil District No. 7, containing 1000 acres, val ued at $7500. Taxes due, $43 Clerk's fco, SI 50; Printer's foe, 51 50: Sheriff's feo, SI 00. One tract in name of Baxter A Co., lying in District No. 8, containing 2600 acres, valued at S5000. Taxes due, $23 75: Clerk's fee, SI 50; Printer's feo, 81 50. Sheriff's fee. $1 00. One tract in name of Joseph Wecms, lying in District No. 8, containing 867 acres, valued at $3500. Taxes due, $20 12M; Clerk's fee. 81 50 Printer's fee, $1 50; SherifTs feo, $1 00. One tract in name of J. Ward's heirs, lying in Civil District No. 8, containing 519 acres, valued at S1000. and other taxablos at $400. Taxes due. $25 30: Clerk's fee, $1 50; Printer's fee, $1 50; Sheriff'.! fee, $1 00. One troct in name of W. G. Anderson, lying in Civil District No. 12, cont,iining376 acres, valued at S100O. Taxes due, $5 75: Clerk's fee, $1 50; Printer's fee, $1 50; Sheriff's fee, $1 00. All lying in Dickson county, Tennessee. ir-aylO wit J. W. SULLIVAN. R. C. UNION BANK NOTES. TN ACCORDANCE WITH AN ACT OF THE X Legislature of Tennessee, passed December 12th, 1565, entitled an act "To expedite the dis tribution of the effects of Banks, which have or may make assignments among their creditors," notice is ho-eby given to the holders of the notes of Thk Vmon Bank of Tesneiiseg to file them with the undersigned, at the Bank iu Nashville, between now and the 1st day of January, eigh teeu.hundred and sixty-nine, U869.) and receive certificates therefor, or they will be forever barred from any participation in the assets of the Bank. The certificates will be. received at far in payment for debts due the Bank, wheth er tendered before or after the 1st of Janu ary, 1869. JOS. W. ALLEN, Trustee. Dec. 20. 1866. 21-6m County Court at Nashville. Charles V. Dixon, by next friend, vs. John W. Franklin et als. AT THE OFFICE OP THE CLERK OF THE County Court at Nashville, ontbe 10th day of April. 1867, on motion of complainant, by counsel in tbe above cause, and it appearing to the satisfaction of tho Clerk that the said de fendants, W. W. Smith and If. Smith, are non residents of tbe State of Tennesseo, and there fore the ordinary process of this Court cannot be served upon them : tt is therefore ordered by the Clerk that publication be made for four weeks in succession iu the Nashville Union and DU natch, a newspaper published in the city' of Nashville, requiring the said defendants to ap- Eear at tho next term of the County Court, to be olden for the county of Davidson at the Courthouse- tboreof..in the city of Nashville, on the first Monday in June next, and answer said bill, or the same will be taken for confessed as them and set down for hearinr ex parte. Bprl24tw P. L. NICUOL. Clerk. Jti lliancery at Nashville. State of Tennessee Clerk's Office, Chancery Court at Nashville, June the 3d, !So7. Memucan H. Howard, complainant, vs. W. W. Woodfolk et als., defendants. TT APPEARING FROM AFFIDAVIT FILED xin the cross bill or W. Y. Woodrolk in this cause that Memucan II. Howard is a non-resident of the State of Tennessee: It ia therefore ordered that he enter his appearance herein before or within the first three days of the next term of said Court, to be held on the first Monday in November next, 1S67, and plead, answer or demur to said cross bill, or the same will be taken for confessed as to him and set for hearing ex parte, and that a copy of this order be published for four consecutive weeks in the Nashville Union and Di'patch. A copy Attest : M. B. HOWELL, Clerk and Master. Guild. Smith A Guild, solicitors. jone5 w4t In Chancery at Nashville. State of Tennessee Clerk's Office, Chancery Court at Nashville, May the 29th. 1867- Tracey, Irwin A Co., complainants, vs. John ,. banas et als., defendants. TT APPEARING FROM AFFIDAVIT FILED in this cause that the defendants, John E. Hands and alary A. bands, ore non residents of the btato of Tennessee it is therefore ordered that thev enter their anoenr unco herein before orwithin tho first three dava of the next term of said Court, to be held on the hm Aiondoy in .November noxt, lsw, and plead answer or demur to complainants bill, nr tbe 8ame will bo taken for confessed ns to them and set for hearing ex parte, and that a copy oi mis orucr ue puoiisucaior jour consecu tive weeks in tho Nashville Union and Dispatch A copy Attest: M. U. UUWUhL, Clerk and Master. G. M. Fogg. Sol'r for coinpl'ts. jnne5 w4t 1ST CHANCERY AT SPARTA. Jacob A. Lewis and Wife and others vs. James X. Ulcnny andctners. That f.ule3 1867.1 TN THTS CAUSE. IT APPEARING PROM JL the bill tvhich is sworn to, that the defend ant, w. n . Aloore, is anon-resident ot the btate of Tennessee: it is therefore ordered that pub lication be made in tbo Union and Dispatch, a newspaper published in Nashville, four weeks, requiring said non-resident to appear at tho noxt term of the Chancery Court, to be holden in the Courthouse in Sparta, on tho third Mon day in September, to plead, answer or demur to said bill, or tho samo will be taken for con fessed, etc. P. TDRNEY. C. A M. maySMtw KEEP iisrsimEJD NASHVILLE COMMERCIAL INSURANCE CO. Office in the llnlldl. of the flunk of the on. CAPITAL A LI. ?A1T. IN, millS COMPANY, ESTABLISHED IK 18M I intares Buildings, TfeattU, la port. Utrcbaa, dfw, 2foulio!4 Furniture, Di other property, on lbs meet liberal term, win, Vario, and Inland ritk taken at lowest rate. &rioMei literally tdjnated and prftapttypaldby this Company. DIXEOTOBS: IS. 0. JIoNaIBT,, Jul LI WoOIrS, Jko. KiRKKAN, M. Bcaxs, a. E. UuiMAir, 7xo. II. Ekik, W. n. Etdj, itOBXsrTnSitrvisrL Hpoa H'Ckxa, Ja. P. ElicuAjt, It. 0. irtUATBT. Prtifcfcnt JE.D. niCES, Becwury. -' tp9-n&i St. Cecilia's Academy, MOUNT VERNON, Near Nashville, SUCCIEO BV 818IKR3 0?THB ORDER OF ST. DOHINir. Under tbe patrooago of the Right, Rev.' Bishop of NashvRle. riMIIS ACADEMY WAS FOUNDED IN 1860, X for the purpose or enabling parents and guardians in the South and Southwert'to Impart l9.u." uutniers ana warns a tborougb anil sulid educatlrX The Academy irabout one mil ff 4m the city and Usitnatedinoaeof tbo most btottfuI aad healthy localities in ita vicinity. Tho Academic year roniiit of two Sessions earh. end terminating nboni the 3Hh of Jtme. , Special attention!.! given ,Jo tho! different brisebM wuallxtaTib'Un Academies,, , Fos Travs. srpply to ti'MotherBcpV ner, Nashville, lennesjs. - t - Uanl7-ly A Large nut! Complete A.tsortmpnt, GARDEN SEED, From the well known house of A!VIJ IaAaVDRBTIP tfc SOX, PHILADELPHIA.' Gardeners and others wanting Ithem can rely on getting Genuine and; Fresh Seed, . X AT REASONABLE PRICES. BEJIOYIXIiE & CO., CORNER CHURCH AND CHERRY STS. janI2-tf FOR OHTTiLS AND FEVER, TJso tlie Best I HlURIaEY'S ague toxic Never Fails Always to be Depended Upon Nothing more reliablo than Hurley's Tonic. WILL CURE AGUE AND FEVER, CAILLS and Fever, Intermittent Fever, Dumb Ague. Every person who has tried Hurley's Tonic speaks in the highest terms of it. As a curative agent it is unsurpassed and more certain than quinine. No bad resultslfromusiny HURLEY'S TONIO.EverybodyshouidusoHULEYSAOUE TONIC. Send orders to JAMES, RUDDDLE A CO., Proprietors, LouUville, Ky. Hurley's Stomncn Hitters. For Debility. L033 of Appetite, Weakness, Indi- cation or Dyspepsia, want of action on the liver. Disordered Stomach, there are no "bit ters' that compare with these in removing these distressing complaints. For sale or can bo bod at any Drug Store in the United States, or from the proprietors, Louisville, Ky., corner Seventh and Green streets, to whom all orders should ba addressed. Hurley's fiarsnpnrllln. The great Blood Purifier, as a Spring and Sum mer Mcdicino stands unrivaled, removes all im purities from the blood, and gives health and strength to the system. JAMES, RUDDLE A CO.. Proprietor. Hurley's Poilnr Worm Canity. As this is realty a Specific for Worms, and the best and most palatable form to give to :hildren, it is not surprising that it is fast taking the place of all other preparatiocs for worms, it beitg taste less, any child will tako it. j Orieutnl I'eurl Drops. , For Beautifying the Complexion, effectually re move Tan, Freckles, Blotches, and giving the skin an elegant smoothness not easily attained by any other. Its use among tbo ladies of fash ion in the East, gives it a character for efficacy which at once stamps it as infinitely superior far the toilet of a lady. Ink 1 Ink t Ink t Beaton's Chemical Writing Fluid is becoming world-renowned forita superior quality. Having been introduced only about six years, it has be come the principal in use with taoso who want a fine, free flowing ink, and for its permanency it is decidedly the best ink for records that can be used. For counting-houses, banks or schools, il is unequalled, and needs only to be tried to bo approved. For sale by Druggists and Merchants everywhere. JAMES, RUDDLE A CO.. Proprietors. Corner Seventh and Grevn strtfots, Louisville, Kentucky K. A. ROBINSON A CO.. Wholesale Ag'f. Louisville Ky. For sale by Berry, Deuiovilte A Wbarton: J. K. Harwell; Litterer A Cabler: Pulliam A Mc Cu lough; Blood A Gregory, Nashville: and by all Druggists. iune!3 lydAw I. AND FOR SAM!. VALUABLE TRACT OF LAND. SITU ated in" the neighborhood of Triune. Wil A liamson county, Tennessee, is ottered lor sale by tbe subscriber. The soil is rich, and is well adapted to the production of cotton, wheat, corn and other cereal crops. Ills near the Nashville and Nolensville Turnpike, and very convenient to two academics and several churchex, and is surrounded by excellent society. It is finely watered with a creek of running water entirely through the land, and several never-failing springs. It is well adapted to bine gross, and tho bottom land to meadows. An excellent stock farm might be made of it, on account of tho'water and tbe hill land, being suited fqr grass. Tho tract contains 320 acres, end if -the purchaser should desiro it, adjoining lands can b ir e purchased A bargain can be bought by appfy- ing to the undersigned, or to John a. Olaybroo. K, who is authorized to sell it. apr2 tf WILLIAM B, BBASLEY. THE MOST DESIRARIVE COUNTRY SEAT In IMitltllo Tennessee, u Four Miles from Columbia, FOB SALE. ROSEHILL, The Eesidence of Maj. 0. A. Pillow, One of tbe most valuable and desirable country seats in Middle Tennessee, if not wholly so, situated in Maury county, four miles south of Columbia, on the Columbia and Bigbyvillp Turnpike, and forty miles south of Nashville, and near the Nashville and Decatur Railroad. This plantation contains eight hundred and twenty-five acres of the very best land in the State, ii finely watered by springs never-failing, and by Little Bigby Creek, which meanders through it. There are 400 acres of operij tilla ble land on this farm, which is tho. very best cot ton and grain land in this section of country. About I5Q acres well set in blue grass, well watered and affording now good pastures this is interspersed with beautiful and stately shade trees. About 275 acres of woodland, of the very finest timber. Tifcre is a fine cistern adja cent to the dwelling, nnk snrinzs in convenient reach. This plantation is enclosed and supplied with good and substantial fences, of cedar and ok- mil, nnrl pnml Tloiji il'Aro hedces. Ther aro a great many fine fruit trees, all bearing; Tho land is the richest and 'most productive in Maury county. Tbo dwelling occupies a beau tiful site, fronted by a beautiful lawn stretching for a auarter of a mile to the turnpike. The house n new, built of brick, -with dressed whit stono foundation ond portico, with extensive back porches and store-rooms; It contains eight large rooms with high ceilings four below and four above with wide and airy halls, and win dows reaching to the floors, all most elegantly finished and richly painted. The out-houtes consist of a good kitchen and office, boto two stories high; a largo fine brick itaoko house. brick carnage honse, and wheat houso or granery, stables, barns, corn cribs, etc, and ex tensive nuartera for hands, built of hewn loss. well plasteredt a superintendent's bouse, a large fine new gin house and gin. Also, a good grist mill and work shop. The residence is fronted by a beautiful yard well set in blue grass, and filled with rare nowera and evergreens. Xncro Is also adjacent to the come a beautiful garden systematically laid off, and well supplied with flowers. Tbo place is susceptibU of being divided into three bardsome and elegant farms, and is now offered for sale either in a body to suit individuals, or sub-divided into lota to suit purchaser!. I will oner th above property at fttl V A KB bAbE lib flitt 10H Oi MAY, 1867. and if not told by that date, then I will ell the samo cn tbo premises, in lots to fait i . . i i - i .nil . ., . putcuascnf, iu mc mgugsi juuuer av aueuon. ON 3IOXDAY, THE 3Hh DAY OF 1807. TERMSOFSALH. - One-third cash.tbe balance in sir, twelre and eighteen months, the purchaser giving notes " nearing interest irom date, and a chaso money. ii.ii mil aw r f i n i : i r i . n in. in.i m. ,KU nn. JAXTJi II. TMOMAH, Trustee. anrZrtd AlMISTEJtD WOOD'S- WHOLXSALE AND ECTaIL DtALSkS IX Staple and Fancy Grj.oerics, NO. 33 PERM SQUARE, NASHVILLE. TN STORE AND FOR 6ALK. A COMPLETE. varied and freth rtoek of Staple ad Fancy Groceries, embracing Canned Fruits. Conserves, Imported Lignori. Cigar, and all descriptions of Groceries far domestic use. marlt tf DISSOLUTION. rpHE COPARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE JL existing under the came and style of Fetter Brothers is htrebydUolved by mutual consent. All peraon owing Foster Brother can find their offie J& rear of Guild . Smiih'i OSes, formerly ovnpledbv Foster A AtcEwen. Messrs. AKMISTEAD k WOflDS lur. i,r. ebased tb (stirs interest of tbe firm. yr . , v FOSTER BROTHERS. N ashr Hie, JFebitsary.l eJ7. - g In retiring from burins.. It aftardi unnt pleastire to retotamecd.Meajri. Analstead Sc Wood! J& alt oar emtomerafand Jhpnblle;gn erally,,ond bopelthyj,wlir Sntinu.the5rX5tt irouage, w uoerany-exrenciea to tna cm crm.f iusxjiri uROTiicKar NMhvfllB, Fsbrnsr7,:lS67.f AC1?A K MAGaaUA. A toilet delight. Superior to any coteirMfl osti to bathe the faee and person, to, render tho skin soft and it esb,to allay lnflamatloa.-to perfumo clothing, for headache, Ac. It is manufactured from'therich Southern Magnolia; and Is obtain ing a patronage quite unprecedented. It Is a fa vorite with stresses and opera. sinsers. It i sold by all dealers at $1,00 In Urge bottles, ana by Demas Barnes A Co., New York, Wholesale AgeuU. Snrutojcn Spring Wntcr, sold by all Druggists. S. T.-IHOO X. Persons of sedentary haliita, troubled wllh weakness, lassitude, palpitation of the heart.Iaek or appetite, distress alter eating, torpid fiver, constipation. Ac, deserve to suffer if they will not try theculebeated PLANTATION BITTERS, which are now reccommended by tho highest medical authorities, and warranted to produce an immrciian beneficial effect. They are exceedingly agreeable, perfectly pure, and must supersede all other tonics where a healthy, gentle utimulaat is required. They parity, strengthen and Invigorate. They create a healthy appetite, ihey are an antidote to change of water and diet. They strengthen the system and enliven the mind. They prevent miasmatic and intermittent fevers. They purify the breath and acidity of tha sto mach. They cure Dyspepsia and Constipation. They make tie weak strong, the languid brit liant, and are exhausted nature's great reeterer They aw composed of the celebrated Callsaya bark, wmtersreea, sassafras, roofs andherbs,aH preserved in perfectly para St. Crolr rum. For particulars, see circulars and testimonials areond each bottle. Beware of imfostors. Examine every battle. See that it has our private U- S. stamp unmutila ted over the cork, with plantation scci e, and our signature on a finesteel-platesidelabel. See that our bottle is not refilled with spurious and dele terious stuff. Any person iretending to sell Plantation Bitters by tha gallon or in bulk. Is an impostor. Any person imitating this bottle, or selling any other material therein, whether called Plantation Bitters or not, ia a criminal under the U. S. Law, and will be so prosecuted by us. Tho demand for Drake's Plantation Bitters, from la cites, clergymen, merchants, Ac. is incredible. The simple trial of a boitlo is the evidenco wa present of their worth and superiority. They ara sold by all respectable druggists, grocers, physi cians, hotels, saloons, steamboats and eoantry stores. P. II. DRAKE fc CO. Snrntosrn Spring Wntcr; sold by all Dreg gists. Have you aHurt child or a latue'liSrJe? Usa tn Alexicanlustang Liniment. r PorcuK sprains, bums, swelling?, 'and caked breast, the Mexican Mustang Liniment Ii a cer tain cure. For rheumatism, neuralgia, stiff ielt.ts, stings and bites, there U nothing, like the Mexican Mus tang Liniment. . Forspavined horstn, the poll-evil.ringbone and sweeny, the Mexican Mustang Liniment never fails. For wind-galls, scratches, big-head and splint, the Mexican .Mustang Liniment is worth its weight in gold. Cuts, brube. sprains and swellings, are so com mon and certain to occur in every family, that a bottle of tbU Liniment is the belt invest" tneot that can be made. itbi mora certain than the doctor it savej time in sending for the doctor it is cheaper than tbe doctor, and should never be dispensed with. " In lifting the kett'e from the fire. It tipped over and scalded my hands terribly. " " The Mustang Liniment extracted the jaln,.cansed the sore to heal rapidly, and left Very littlnsair. - CHAS. FOSTER. 420 Broad St., Phllads," Mr. S. Lltch. of Hyde Park. Vu, writes : " My horse was considered worthies. Opavin,) but since the use of the Mustan? Liniment 1 have mid him for J1M. Your liniment is doing wooden ui nere. Ail i signed II genuine is wrapped in steel-plate engraving. edit. . uesiuroog, utierawt. ana also has the private V. S. stamp of Dehah, Baraks A Co., over the top. " . ' Look elorlv and he mil JrreiefJ by Qmntrtfeit. bold by all uruggists. at2o. tcts.. and il.t. .Snrntogn Spring water, (gld by all Dru rug- gists. 1v It Is a most delightful Hair Dressing, It eradicates ncurf and dandruff. Il keeps the bead cool and clean. It makes the hair rich, soft and gIoy. It prevents hair turning gray and falling off. It restores hair upon prematurely bald headi. This is just what Lyon's Kathaimn wilMo. It Is pretty it Is cheap durable. It I literally sold by the car-load, anil yet its almost Incredlblo demand is daily Increasing, until there is' hardly a country storejhat does not keep it, or a faintly that dee use it. E. THOMAS LYON. Chemist. N. T. Saratoga bprln$r Wntcr, told by all Drug gists. AMI c Who would not be beautiful 7 Who would net add to their beauty? What gives that marble purity and dittinput appearance we observe upon tha stage end city belle? It is no longer secret. They uso Hagan's Magnolia Balm. Its continued uso removes tan, freckles, pimples, and roegbaess from the faco-and hands, and leaves the complex ion smooth, transparent MoomlnFSnd ravishing. Unlike many cosmetics, it contains no material injurious to the skin. Any Drnggistavfll Arder it for you, if not on band, at W .cents per hotUe., " HAOAN.Troy.N. r-OTeraBt DEHAS BARSKM fc CO., Wliolcanlo A cents, Sew TorJc. Saratoga. gprtnjrTVntcr, sold by olKarng fists, Ueimstrrct' inimitable Hair. Coloring! not a dye. All instantaneous dyes are composed of lunar eauttle, and". more orjlet dsitroySthe vital ity and beauty of the bale. This Iji tbe ..original Hair Coloring; and'hasbcen grewihjr'fh fsroritfer twenty years, itrestores grtyjbalrjto,its.rfgiaal S5lor tiy.graduijabiQrption Ja a mwt "remar le'maaneK It a also a'heaatifal hafrdresaiog. Soldiit'two sUts WcenU aod.tl byalPdsalers. - . " C.JIKLM STREET. Chemist. SarategrH Spring-Wnlrr, ioi by ar&iruj rijta. ' v. .t .. .... ... 1 -aatrnM athe. Cbolwa -Morbus, Flatnleney. Ag,, where raJj"f tlmulaat Isireqabtdailu, mefolfpre Pare Extract. ,Take nSthw. BStriMeea Snrfei. Vat..