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.lOrpgcj. VAX.IiA.CE A: CO. ToriDH of Nnbacrlnllon. tMljr, ror year-. ..- f.'JLOO per xnoniu-- iter week i.W 35 6.00 3:00 Tti-Weekly, per year Weekly, per year Payment invariably in advance, and the paper l&ieonUnucd when the time paid for expires. Voluntary eonimunleatlon, containing inter tatingimportantnews, solicited from any quarter f?ew letter from the various counties of the Slate especially desired. . HATDRDAY, JCNE 29..1807. Largest Circulation in City and State FOR GOVERNOR EMERSON ETHEUIDGE, OP WEAKLEY. FO STATE SRHATK: LDOIEN TEMPIjE. HTATE CENTRAL COMMITTEE. Jhun C. Qaot. of Davidson, Chairman. j mJoB2.BAXTB. of Knox, t, , ; m4jrWirUiuPEKLL, ofVilson. Danger B. Tboxab, of Humphrey. JLars Jbires, cfQreene. ; A. A. Steele, of Marshall. 0aA3. S. Caiieros, of Saclby. Executive Committee fir MIiWIb Ten. nosgee. JH LtiXYm. John S. Bbiex, .BE&TSAt,EkH,C5TjJ WgMATT.jBaowx. CONGRESSIONAL AND FLOTEIHAL CONVENTIONfi. On the recommendation of the late con tention of the people of Davidson county, i a convention of the fifth Congressional ' 'district is called, to assemble in Nashville on. the first Saturday in July, to nominate a candidate for Congress. The Conserva .. live, people of .Davidson, Robertson, Snm li'erfWilkoU, Williamson, and Cheatham t.Jr ' counties will meet in their respective county towns on Monday next, July 1st, to ap point delegates. Also, at the same time and place will bej iheldtajConyentionttOf nominate acandidate fox the Lower House of the General As- eembly for llie fldteVAl dfslrict composed of thVcou'nties of Davidson, Robertson, Mont tgoraerkv,and Cheatham, to which delegates ' will lid appointed at the same time in the various, oiun ties. " Border of the Middle Division Execu f - tive Committee. John Lkllyett, June 21, 1807. Chairman. fro ar nr. county court or the STATE. Do not fail'to appoint Judges in all the -preciiicUiat your July term. This is re inired to'be done by the County Courts of veaciiicounty, at the session next preceding thVelectlon day, which is the 1st day of AugU9t.next. Code sec. 841. The law is rfot' changed on that subject. If this be neglected, as the law is amended in the "Slast franchise act, Sec. 10 page 31, the power devolves upon the Commissioner of Registration. 'Some havc erroneously sup posed that the power .has Jieen.taken from the Connty Courts by that act. twill be seen the Commissioner is authorized to ap ;pointin cases when the Sheriffs b the ex folinjf lay could do so, and that was only intcaeeithe-County Court failed toattend to tliatjdiir, or the persons they appointed failed to act. See Code, sec. 842. What ever may have been intended, the act of the 26th of February, 18C7, construed wiih said sections of the Code, admits of no other construction it is certainly plain too plain for controversy. By order of the Central Committee John C. Qaut, Chairman. sNtBWS OF THE IA.Y. The famous stallion, George M- Patchen, Las been sold for $17,000. Hiram Powers, the eminent sculptor, is on his war home- liehas resided in Florence stneo 1857 The Democratic malerity for Judge in tho sec end grand division of Illinois, at the late eleo lien,, was about live thousand' The army worm is ravaging the orchards in Magara county, New York, and in places the whole population is ensued in fighting the pes tiferous nuisance. MrvBoutwell, of Massachusetts, it is reported, will urge the impeachment of the President at the July session, and a special meeting of tho Senate to try bla ' October General Sickles has provoked another storm in Charleston, by issuing an order closius all the bar-rooms and revoking the licenses hitherto istued for the sale of liquor Registration is proceeding quietly in all parts of Qeorria. In some sections the whites appear lukewarm, but the press is urging registration as 'an important duty. A heavy rain storm, aeeompanied by thunder and lightning, occurred in tho vielnlty of Au gusta, Ua on the evening of the 27th inst., de molishing trees, and, it is feared, seriously in juring corn and cotton. John Allen attacked and beat his divorced wife, in Decatur, Illinois, thootberday. Patrick Ryan endeavored to save the woman, when Al len knocked bimdown withanax, and then bit his nose off. The cannibal wasarrestcd. The Cblr-go Tr&une (Radical) says : "It is re ported tha. if the friends or Wade and Chandler are unable to earn strength enough in t bo next National Convention to secure the Presidential MmEnciInn tar nm nr lha nther nf those candi date, thty will concentrate on Grinncll, of Iowa." The President received a telegram at New Ilaven. from the committee of a public meeting beld in Philadelphia, inviting him to stop there qn his homeward trip. The invitation, however, cannot be accepted, lor no other reason than that it would interfere with the schedule, jk When the military bill passed Congress thorc were fifteen Republican journals published in the nen-reconjtructed States, only four t which were dailies. There are now thirty-six. of which fourteen are dallies, several tri-weekhe, and the remainder aro published weekly A letter in the Portland Vr, from Palestine, says.tbat the Jaffa colonists have built eii(htor tehlhoiises of wood, but own not a single tarni. ns the land is held too high for their moans. Tbeybave Yankee reaping and threshing ma chines, and some of them are working for (he native on shares. Fourteen of the eolynbts Have died, nine of whom were children: forty one teccders nave already leil Palestine, and twenty-four more will soon follow. Ti. T.K.nui (Vmmtuionitrii. while at Wash ington, purchased twenty thousand volume of school-book lor we instruction i uic aues. Among the books are two thousand three hundred school dictionaries, four thousand read ers and spellers, ten thousand copy-books, eight hundred English grammars, seven hundred copies of ientiCc text-books, alto botanies, universal fclitory. astronomy, anatomy, drawing books, geographic, etc Peter Wilson, a carpenter at work en the stee ple of the"Uerman Evangelic Church, in Indian a&rs. Ind- slipped and fell a distance . of oyer oh hundred cad thirty feeL on the 35th. Ho was at work on the middle platform "the spire, when he fell.itrikicgthewof of theebnrch with his bead and shoulder, breaking he ulatlng for abont three feet square, lie rebounded from there to the roof of a two-story frause hon8e.and from tbsrotolbe ground, 111 jair waj broken In three places, his head badly cut, and one of Ws 1st broken, lie wai picked u,i insensible, and lingered on until the evening of the a.Ui, when he died. A Chaxce roR Browxlow. The Yera oious "Pat Contribator," of the Ginein nati Times, states, upon authority ho is "not'ufliberty to name,'' that the Pata goniaas of South America have resolved upon.WRr, and have sent an Embassy to, the United States, to negotiate the pur chase of war material, of which we have afiiuunaance left over. Being not over parcuW, they are willing to accept "tecoad-aand chaplains.'' As Biownlow was a 'genuine chaplain, bat Tery little s t r m bervicC, wflfcan rc rPnratiinia EflKmbaS- worn in tne aetuaij commend him to tho. sy, with the assurance that iE ho does not suit, the people oi -lenncssua m -.v no charge, and nut trouble them to incur the expense of his return. The Embassy desire also to secure some second-hand shoe contractors, war speecbmaVers and'leller-writefs, edit-" ors, etc. Bytaking Brownlow they can get a number of these gratis, as we bare no use for Arnell, Stokes, Mullin?, But ler, Mercer, etc., and will "throw them in," without charge EROWXLOM7S H9STIUTY TO NEQRO. THE Governor Brownlow was tho life-long advocate and apologist of slavery, and hia hostility to the negro never ceased until he found that the negroe's vote would be necessary to secure his re-elec- tion,, and to-day his partisans freely admit that his success in the coming election is entirely dependent upon Uie yotes of the negroes. A correspondent of the Cin cinnati Gazette, writing from Knoxville on the 13th instsays: " The vote of 1860 was 145,333. If all males of proper age could vote, it would belittlejess than 180,000. About 50,000 are disfranchised Rebels, leaving 130,000 votes. Of these 50,000 will be cast by the newly franchised citizens, end will be more than three-fourths of it cast for the Radi cal candidates. Of the1 remaining 80,000, 45,000 votes will be cast for Etberidge the balance fcr Brownlow. This gives a Radical majority of 35,000. In all prob ability it will be more because thq fore going figures are probably an under esti mate of the expected rote." This estimate is ' drawn from Radical sources, and is a confession as to how dependent Gov. Brownlow is upon the negroes for his re-election. According to this Radical showing, if the negro vote shall bo equally divided between Ether idge and Brownlow, the former will be elected. Now, let us see what claim Gov. Brownlow has upon the negroes, that three-fourths of them should vote for him. After he came through the lines in the spring of 18G2, he traveled through the North on a lecturing tour which is said to have yielded him a hand some income. In his book he gives the speech he made at Cincinnati, on the 4th of Aprilj 1802, which he Bays "was sub stantially what ho said at all other points." In that speech he said : "And now let me call vour attention to the suTijecttoT slavery, the. great topic of iiib uu)'. x nave uu bcuuuiciiui ill me South that 1 do not hold here. I have no sentiments here that I do not entertain when I am in Tennessee. I should despise myself and merit your scorn and contempt if I held one set of opinions at the North and another set at the South. I have for years been publishing my sentiments upon the slavery question, land I have only to say to-nigh', that I have undergone no change. If I had been authorized some two or three years ago, to select about two or three hundred of your most abominable anti-slavery agitators ta the North, and an equal number of our God-forsaken and most hell-deserving dis unionists at the South, and had marched them to the District of Columbia, hanged them on a common gallows, dug for them a common grave, and embalmed their bo dies with jimson-weed and dog-fennel, there would have been none of this trouble, nor should I have been here to-night. Let the Federal government now guarantee to all loyal men in seceded States the right and title to all their property, including ne groes, and protect them in the enjoyment of tho same; but let the title held by Re bels seeking to destroy tbc government be annihilated, both as to negroes and all other property. And I trust in God that it will be done, and that such confiscated proierty will go to make up the losses of loyal men." Here we find him appealing to the gov ernment to guarantoe to "loyal men" in the seceded States their titlo to their slaves, and suggesting that those belonging to "Rebels" be confiscated, but not freed ; they must be sold "to make up the losses of loyal men," This was tho kind of speeches ho made all over the North, ac cording to his own testimony. Nowhere did he advocate tho freeing of the negroes, not even those belonging to Rebels , on the contrary, he insisted that they be kept.ip bondage. . In t'ho.Knoxyillo Whig of May 28, i04, Gov. Brownlow said of .the negro " Wo have never dUTered with the South upou the abstract question of slavery, and do not now differ, and we are free to say that the condition of the slaves, when lib erated, if left in the South, will be worse than it has been during their servitude, and we are for emancipating every negro in the South, notwithstanding all this. For taking this ground we have two controlling reasons: first, it will be the severest pun ishment of the Southern Rebels that can be inflicted ; and next, it will be the very means of extinguishing the negro race, as the removal and civilization of the Indian tribes have tended to extinguish them." Two years had rolled awny from tho time Gov. Brownlow had mode his speeches in tho North, demanding that the title to their slaves bo guaranteed by the government to the "loyal men" of tho South, and President Lincoln had issued his emancipation proclamation. It was then evident that slavery would be de stroyed by "the friction of war," and how did Gov. Brownlow meet this con tingency ? By declaring, as we have shown in the extract from his paper of May 28, 1804, that he had "never differed with the South upon the abstract ques tion of nlavery," and did not then differ. But he favored emancipation simply be cause it would punish the white people of the South, and be "the very means of extinguishing the negro race." So strong was his antipathy for tho negro that he favored that measure which ho felt sure would result in extinguishing the entire race. This was no hasty e;rpret Bion of his vlewB. There is evidence that it was his deliberate sentiment lie was in Chattanooga on tho 11th of July, 1864, and on that day addressed a letter to the editor of the Chattunooga Gazette, in which he said . "The protter spirit prevails in upper Est Tennessee among the people, and thev will not be carried astray by a few Copperhead leaden, who are still troubled aboui the nigger. Our people have euf-J frai enougn on account oi we nigger, and they will, when opportunity offers, rid themselves of the evil. The people at length realize that the nigger is the rebel lion, and the rebellion is the nigger, and to get rid of tho one, they nfust wipe out the other." Hero he advocates a measure which he hoped would result in extinguishing the negro race, and a fewweeks late&favored the wiping of them ont, in East Tennes see at least lias he ever retracted these sentiments t Would he not tc-dayopealy advocate tho the banishment oftho ne groa if he felt aB ewe of them voting the Conservative as he la.that they will vote the Radical ticket? He has since his election favored the colonization of the negroes becaua ho regarded them aa unfit to live among white people, except lln (us as slaves. i ioiwio ijcswui- turef dated1 th said: "It is certainly proper and right for the Legislature of Tennessee to determine to what extent this State shall be overrun with the emancipated slaves of other States. I am, myself, the advocate of providing for them a separate and .appropriate amount of territpry,.and settle them down permanently as a nation of freedmen ." ....- In hisaessaga of the 3dn6fTOctdber, 18G5, he again called the attention of the Legislature to his plan of wiping out tho negro. He said : "A long and intimate acquaintance with affairs in the South has convinced me that the white and colored people cannot live together, politically or socially, as equals, and therefore all our legislation should look to a peaceable separation of the two races on Southern soil. - It is cer tainly right and expedient for the Legis lature of Tennessee to say to what exteut the State shall be overrun by the emanci pated slaves of other States. Illinois, at the breaking out of the rebellion, enacted stringent laws forbidding negroes from other States to settle there. Other free States enacted similar laws. I would say, guard against excessive legislation upon this subject, but by all means see that Ten npaapp is not burdened with anv but her own slaves. I am, myself, the' advocate of appropriating a suiiaoie amount oi terri tory within such degrees of latitude as are adapted to their nature, and settling them as a nation of freedmen." He favored colonizing the negroes in Texas confiscating the Rebel lands and paying the loyal men for theirs and if this scheme should not be received with favor ny the United States government, he favored the conquest of Mexico and that that country be turned over to the negroes, there to be extinguished, "as the removal and civilization of the In dian .tribes have tended to extinguish them." Yet it is claimed that this man is the friend to the negro. In this same message of October 3, 18G5, he said: "I am free to admit that, for the present, we have done enough for the negro, and al though negro voting cannot suit my natu ral prejudices of caste, there is a class of them I would be willing to see vote at once. A large class, ignorant, docile, easily led by designing men, and not safely trusted with political power, I am not wil ling to see at the ballot-box. I think it would be bad policy, as well as wrong in principle, to open the ballot-box to the uninformed and exceedingly stupid slaves of the Southern cotton, rice and sugar fields." In his message ho said that he would only favor negro suffrage on condition the "Rebels are to be restored to the right of the elective franchise.," He enter tained a wholesome dread of those he classed as " Rebels." In the event they were to be allowed to vote, he waB willing to risk his chances with that class he de nounced ds " ignorant," " exceeding stu pid," and " not safely trusted wUh'pbli tical power." He declared as his convic tion that " it would bo bad policy, as well as wrong in principle," to open tho ballot box to this class of men; yet when a few months later, he discovered that a very large portion of the Union men who had assisted in elevating him to his present position, would not sustain him in his agrarian, vindictive course, he came out in favor of enfranchising the ncgro-and appealed to that class to re-elect him. How can the negroes, even though they were as stupid as Governor Brownlow represented them to be, trust a man whose life has been devoted to their enslavement, and then to their ban ishment, like the Indians, to a colony of their own, either in Texas or Mexico ? So hostile is he to the negro, that he has placed himself on record in favor of wiping them out in East Tennessee, where he lives,and he opposed conferring the right of suffrage upon them, not only as "bad policy," but "wrong in princi pie," until ho felt assured ifiat only their votes could perpetuate the tyranny and misrule he has already inflicted upon the people of Tennessee. He has character ized the negroes by every epithet of re proach which the English language could furnish him, and to this good day has given no evidence that he regards them in any other light His course toward them during tho past year brands him as thoroughly insincere, either before or since his recommendation that they be clothed with the elective franchise, und in either case, is not the man in whose handslhe prudent among them should be willing to trust their political fortunes. Tue Florida, and Juba Telegraph. The 0,calafFja.) fanner jgf f Saturday last says that the land portion "of this work was finished to Fnnta Ro3a last week, and the line only awaits the laying of the cable to be complete, which would have been ac complished by this time, had not the steam er paying ont the cable sprang a leak, forcing a return to Havana. But it is thought this will cause only a short delay, and the Superintendent confidently expects thc conneclion between Havana and Funla Rosa will be completed during the coming week. . PATRIOTS Or TISE REPUBLIC, TAUE SIRES I -THE 1'I.OT COXTESSED 1 The Chronicle of yesterday announced : "If we roach thedayof lhat election with the constitutional amendments not adopted, and Andrew Johnson still acting President of the United States, there will not be wis dom enough in the land to prevent another fearful struggle." This is said of the Presidential election of the 7th of November, 1863. It is a vsar from next November. The time, then, is fixed. Unless before that time the Pres ident betrays the people, by abandoning hia office, and the States prostrate themselves in voluntary chains of irrevocable bondage to a political party, the sword u to be drawn upon the constitution, civil lar is to be subordinated to military, all rights are to be abrogated, liberty is to be abolished, and this great nation of freemen brought to irretrievable abasenient before a hideous and remorseless few of armed despota ! Natioral InttlhgeHcs u'4ji i FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF NAHM VI LL, Capital Stock. Palil In 8250,000 Snrplns or Coatinsrcnt Tnml, 40,000 Designated Depository of the United State. 1 DEALS IS .ALL EIXDS Or flOVEKSMENT SECURITIES, .STOCKS and BONDS, GOLD nnd 'SIEVZK. EEVKNtra'srXiiPs 6xiiakd And for ,SALE AT THE USUAL- DISCOUNT. . Pi4ks4r attention .pii to' CaMtcticut President. Cashier. HiprlS3a Cthlof AnTil.llSGolIhe if 111 I lt1selgeamsJ MIDNIGHT DISPATCHES. Tim Presidential Party. New York. June 28. The President aud .party arrived at Jersev City per steamer from New Haven, at half-past six tnis mornmpr. llicy breakfasted at Tay lor's Hotel and, then took the train.South. Tbextost, JS. J., June 2S. The crowd at the depot cheered the iPreiidehtias the train passed through'. A telegram wa3 sent Gov. Swann by the President, saying he was governed by ar rangements already made for visiting An napolis this evening, to meet the members of the Constitutional Convention. Philadelphia, June 28. The" Presi dent and parry passed Kouth of this city on the. twelve o'clock train, only halting two minutes. There were co speeches made nor demonstrations. SHrratt'a Trial. WASHiHQTOJf, June 28. Lewis J. Weichmann's examination was resumed. He testified that Mm. Surratt's manner all the way down on April ,14. to Surrattsville, was lively and cheerful. We arrived at Surrattsville, and I removed the package from the buggy and gave it to Mrs. Sur ratt She went into Lloyd's parlor, and in a short time called me and desired that I should write a letter for her to Mr.Nathfy ; told me to write that unless Mr. N. came forward and paid Ins bill at once, she would proceed to bring suit against him ; wrote a letter in the house that day, April 18th, 1865 ; she desired me al?o to com pute for her interest on $479 for thirteen years. I sealed the letter and put it in an envelope, and she gave it to Mr. Gwinn to Be delivered to Mrs. Nathfey ; I then went out and drove the buggy up and down the road ; at No. 630, as Mrs. got in the bnggy to the city, I saw Mr. Lloyd and h re cognized me, and noticed that the front huggy spring was broken ; he called Mrs.' S. s attention to it, and she told him take a string and fix it, he did so; don't remem ber seeing Mrs. Offut that day ; left Sur rattsville to return home at 6:30 ; on the way home Mrs. Surratt said she was anx ious to be at home at 9 o'clock ; that ehe was to meet a gentleman there ; I asked if it was Booth ; she made no reply; I said something about Booth not acting ; she re plied that Booth is done acting, and is going to New York very soon, never to returd ; she asked me if Idid not know Booth was crezyon one subject ; 1 said I did net, and she dropped the subject; on returning, I saw pickets returning to Washington. About twenty-seuen miles from Washington is a high hill, and the-city was illuminated. I made some remark about the return of peace. She replied, I am afraid all this rejoicing will be turned to mourning, and all this gladness to sorrow. I asked her what she meant? and she said, after snn shine there was always a storm, and that people were becoming too licentious, and God would punish them. Just as we came to Pennsylvania avenue at the Capitol, we we saw a torchlight procession, and the horse shied ; we turned up 2d street, and arrived at home at nine o'clock, or a few minutes before; I helped Mrs. Surrrutout, and returned the buggy to Howard's sta bles; then went down and took supper; and Mrs. S. showed me a letter from Iter son. While I was eating, heard steps on stairs outside very quietly, and Mrs. S. answered the door; the steps went to the parlor; they sounded like a man's steps; about fine minutes after heard some steps go downstairs; Mrs. S. did not comedown, and after supper I and others went to the parlor; Mrs. Stirratt after a while asked which way the torch-light procession was going ; I replied that I thought they were going to serenade the President ; she said she would like to know, as she was inter ested in it, and as I recall her manner now, she appeared nervous, and I asked her what was the matter, and she said she did not feel well ; she had a string of bead in her hands, and was walking up and down, and she once asked me to pray for her intentions; I asked what they were, and said I never prayed for any ones intentions unless I knew what they were. Anna Sur ratt and others were laughing and talking, and Mrs. Surratt, says oh, you are making too much-noise, and in a playful manner drove us from the room. Miss Surratt, Mrs. Fitzpatrick, Jenkins and I, left the room together, and left Mrs. Surratt alone in the parlor. I went to my room a few minutes afterward and Mrs. Surratt and Miss Jenkins occupied the room above me and bade me good night at my door ; Mrs. Fitzpatrick occupied Mrs. S'sroom; I was unwell that night and was out in the yard during the night, about two ofclock, got back to bed and was jnst falling asleep when the bell rang violently ; I went down stairs and rapped on the door and asked what was wanted, and was told they were government officers and wanted to find J. H. Surratt and J. W. Booth ; I replied that neither of them were there, but they demanded that they be admitted anyhow ; I went and informed Mrs. Surratt who said let them in for God's sake. I.expected the house to be searched. I then let them in, there was half a dozen of them. I remem ber Culver aud McDewitt of this city ; the house was searched, and they searched my room. I asked them for God's sake to tell me what had happened, and why this search was made ; one of them turned and asked if I did not know what had happened that night. In-iCliancery at Nashville. State of TennesscoOffice Clerk and Master. Chancery Cour,t at Nashvillo.tMay the 4th, 1S67. Thomas AY. Jones, A'dm'r, etc, etals.. complain ants, 8- William Dews, et nls., defendants. Tt APPSXniKG EROM AFFIDAVIT FILED - ln.tma'cansethnf thn riofrinrlnnt .Tnlin A Fisher, is a non-resident of the State of Tennes see; u u TBereiorc. -ordered tnat be enter his ap Tearanco herein before or within the first three day? of the next term of said Court, to be held on tho first Monday in November next, 1867, and plead, answer .or demur to complainant's bill, or thl same will be taken for confessed utn him nnrl set for hearing ex parte, and that a copy of till. nnlA. t. r. nnU!.h.J f - - .! weeks in the Nashville Union and Dispatch. A copy Attest M. It. HOWELL, Clerk and Master. Abram L: Demons. Sol'r for compl't, june2Twtt In Chancery at Nashville. State of Tennessee Office Clerk and Master, Chancery Court at Nashville, April tho S0ths1867. Jame.i R. Cockrill, complainant, vs. Alexander 1!. Montgomery and other, defendants. TT APPEARING FROM AFFIDAVIT FILED A- in this came thatthedcfendanL Alexander B. Montgomery, is a non-resident of the State of Tennessee . it is tncrclore ordered tnat be enter his appeamneo hereinbefore ortrtlhin the first three days of the next term of raid court, to be held on the 1st Monday in November next, lSffT, and plead, answer or demur to complainant's bill, or the same will be taken for confessed as to him and set for heating ex parte, and that a copy of this order be published for four consecutive weeks in tho Nashville Union and DUnatch. A copy Attest: M. B. HOWELL, Clerk and Master. S. W. Childress. Sol'r for compl't. junoSB w4t In Chancery at Nashville. Stale of Tennessee Office Clerk and Master, Chancery Courtat Nashville, April the 30th, 1867. Godfrey M. Fore. Jr., Adtn'r, etc., ct als., com plainants, vs. Dempsey Weaver, Adm'r, etc., et;ls., defendants. TT APPEARING FROM AFFIDAVIT FILED J. in this cause that tho defendant, William A. Johnson, Is a nan-resident of the State af Ten nessee: it Is therefore Ordered that he enter bU appearance herein before or within the first three days of thenext term of said Court.to be beld on the first Monday in November next, 1867. and plead,.ansner or demur to complainants' bill, or the same.wHi be taken fcr confessed as to him and set for hearine ex parte, and that a copy of this order be published forfourconsecu tive weeks in the Nash villeiUnion and Dispatch. A copyAtteatt M. II. UOWELL. - Clerk and Muster. Godfrey M. Fogg, Jr., Sol'r for compl't. une3i wit In Chancery at Nashville. State of Tennessee Office Clerk and Master, Chancery Court at Nashville, April the Sth, 1S67. Lewis II. Lanier, complainant, vs. Lucy A. Eastman et als., defendants. TT APPEARING FROM AFFIDAVIT PILED in this cause that the defendants Carrie C. Duncan and W. II. Duncan, are non residents of th Stat of Tennessee: it i theretore ordered that they enter their appear ance herein before or within the first three days of the next term of said Court, to bo held on the first Monday in Novembernext, lfcw. and plead, answer or demnr to complainant's bill, or the same will be taken for confessed as to them and set for hearing ex psrte, and that a copy of this order bo published for foar consecutive week in the Nashville Union and Dispaub. A copyAttest : M. II. HON ELL, Clerk and Master. Michael Vaughn, Sorrforeompl'U june27 wU WtHtl'fi Cern AHHlkilater !! T UK MOST EFFECTUAL CURE FOR CORNS and BUNIONS ever discovered. I I) a remedy that never fails. One trial is suffi cient to prove its efficiency. Forsafeonlyby p SS North Market t., opposite Union it. juac lm r IN JEW VERTISE1ENTS Public Speaking In TEiglttk " Wrcl. milE HON- JNO. S. BRIEN, JOHN C. GAUT a. and others will address their fellow-citixens TO-NIGIIT at Firemen's Hall. South Cherry st. june29 It iVOTICE-BASE BALL. WHERE WILL SB A MEETING OF. THE X Rock City Baso Ball Club on the grounds adjoioinir Judse's Spring-. SATURDAY at 5 o'clock r. v- A full attendance is requested, as business of importance will be present.!. je23 It D. S. CROCKETT. See'y. St. Nicholas Dining Rooms. ly Heart! per Week ...... $5 OO Beartl per Hay,... 1 ea Single Meal, 50 Cents. 43- Warm Lunch Free every day at 10 to 11 o'clock a. and 11 to 12 f- x june29 KENTUCKY MILITARY INSTITUTE. COIi. K. T. P. AIXEN.. ......Sup't. ASSISTED BY AN ABLE FACULTY. MHE COURSE OF STUDY IS THAT USU 1 ally taujht in the best colleges, with special attention to Mathematics and Natural Sciences. Tbe Acitdawic Tear begin oh tbe H rat XeBftay In September this year September 2d continuing without intermission forty (40) weeks. Charge for Tuition and Boarding, including Light3, Feel and Washing, (currency,) three hundred and fifty dollars ($350) per Academic Year, one-half payable in advance, and the re mainder at thaexpiration of twenty (20 weeks. Address the Superintendent at Farmdnle Post office, Franklin county, Ky. je29 dlw&w2m In Chancery at Nashville. State of Tennessee Office Clerk and Master, Chancery Court at Nashville, June the 3d, 1SG7. Otis & Co., complainants, vs. Mary A. Sands et als., defendants. TT APPEARING FROM AFFIDAVIT FILED i in this cause that the defendants. Mury A. Bands and Jchn B. Sands, and Wm. W Tracey, James Wilson, Thomas J. Strong and Jos. W. Irwin, composing the firm of Tracey, Irwin Co., are non-residents of the State of Tennessee: it is therefore ordered that they enter their ap pearance hereia before or within the first three days of the next term of said Court, to be held on tbe first Monday in Novembernext, 1867, and plead, answer or demur to complainants' bill, or tbe same will bo taken for confessed as to them and set for hearing exparte, and that a copy of this order be published for faur consecu tive weeks in the Nashville Union and Dispatch. A copy Attest: M. B. HOWELL, Clerk and Master. E. A. Otis, Sol'r for compl'ts. jnne29 w4t In Chancery at Nashville. State of Tennessee Office Clerk and Master, Chancery Court at Nashville, May the 30tb, 18(37. iJeo. A.Allen, Adm'r, etc, et als., complain ants, vs- Newton L. Greenfield et al-, defend ants. IT APPEARING FROM AFFIDAVIT FILED i in this cause that tho defendants. A. B Sluder, Martha V. Sluder. Thomas W. Morton, Addie L. Morton and Sue Rebecca Allen, are non-residents of the State of Tennessee : it is therefore ordered that they enter their appearance herein beforo or within the first three days of the next term of said Court, to be beld on the first Mon day in November next, 1SS7, and plead, answer or demur to complainants' bill, or the same will be taken for confessed as to then and set for for hearing ex parte, and that a copy of this order be published for four consecutive weeks in the Nashville Union and Dispatch A copy-Attest : M- B. HOWELL, Clerk and Master. W. F. Coeper, Sol'r for compl't6. june2S) w4t STRAYED, ABOUT SIX WEEKS AGO. A SORREL HOUSE; has white spots on back, is brand ed U. S. I. C. and hoofs split ; tail large and bushy. A liberal reward will be paid for hi recovery, by Thw, Harrington, corner Church and Knonles streets. -June2S 3t EPPERSON SPRINGS. riUIESE SPRINGS ARE NOW OPEN FOR L Vititors. The reputation of the3e waters. Black and White Sulphur, and Chalybeate and pure Freestone, for tho cure of Gravel, Female Affection.'. Dropsy, Neuralgia, Ruptured Skins and Sore Eyes, and other complaints, is well attested. Epperson Springs are in MacOu county, Tenn., twenty miles from Gallatin, on the Louisville and Nashville Railroad, and may be reached by stage from Gallatin. Board per week 912 SO, and 82 per day. JAN. tt. 1AVIN. June 23, 1867. 3tw LOTS AT AUCTION A.t Toil O'Cloolc Tills Day. ON THE CORNER OF BELLEVILLE AND Washington streets. North Nashvillo, near the Northwestern Railroad track, at ten o'clock THIS MORNING, we will sell TEX OR TWrXVE I.OTS, On liberal and advantageous terms. Please attend. A. NELSON, Commissioner. ANDERSON, JOHNSON & SMITH. Agents. M. W. Taylor, Auctioneer. juneZSlt State of Tennessee Davidson County. JI. H. Hanmer St Co. vs. E. Y. Beggs Attach ment Notice. I N THIS CAUSE, IT APPEARING TO THE JL Court that E. Y. Beggs has left the Stete of Tennessee r it is therefore ordered by the Court that publication be made in the Nashville Union and Dispatch, a newspaper published in the city of Nashville, for four weeks, commanding E. Y. Beggs to appear before P. W. Brien, a Justice of the Peace for said county, at bis office in the Courthouse, in the city of Nashville, on the 27th day of July, 1867, at 10 o'clock a. m., and defend the action commenced by attachment, otherwise the cause will be proceeded with ex parte. P. W BRIEN. Justice of the Peace of Davidson County, juneffl w4t , CHANCERY SALE Maury County Lands. BY VIRTUE 0FA.DEOREE0F THE HON. Chancery Courtat Columbia, at the Septem ber Term thereof. 1SG7. in the case of Claiborn i Thompson vs. Miles II. Mayes, I will sell to tbe highest bidder, on the premises, on Saturday, the S7th lny of July next, A valuable Tract of Land situated in tho 17th Civil District of Maury county, on the waters of Lceper's creek, adjoining the lands of Joshua Hptbison, Daniel Evins and others, being the stime conveyed by E. H. Spencer to tho said Miles II Mayes, containing about 300 acres, about ote-balf of which is cleared and in a good state of cultivation. And the same will be di vided to suit purchasers and sold on a credit of one nnd two years, with interest from date, free from tho right ot redemption, th purchaser required to executo notes with approved secu rity, and a lien retained for tho purchase money. J. L. WILLIAMS. C. and M. June 26. 1S67- td CHARLES BRYAN, XO. 130 N OCT II CIIEKRY STREET TS NOW PREPARED TO CLEAN CHANDE- JL Hers, Brackets, and Portables.Tnid to restore all Mouldings, Gildings, etc., to their original appearance. Statues, etc., bronzed in superior style. Ale Pumps, Soda Founts put up and repaired to order. apr2S 3m In Chancery at Nashville. State of Tennessee Office Clerk and Master, Chancery Courtat Nasnville, May tbe lJtb. ISO,. Blood, Gregory k Co. et nls., complainant?, vs. S. W. Childress. Adm'r, etc., et ls., defendants. TT APPEARING FROM AFFIDAVIT FILED in thl cause that the defendant, u. II. .Morse, is a non-resident of the State of Tennesee : it H therefore ordered that he enter hH appearance herein before or within tbebrst tnree day or tne neit term of paid Court, to be held on the first Monday in November next, 1867, and plesd, an swer in demur to complainants bill, or ibesame will be taken for confessed as to bim and set for hearing ex Darte. and that a copy of this order be pablbned for four consecutive weeks in the .Nasnville union and inrpaicn. A conv Attest : M. B. HOWELL. Crk and Master. aldlanaban ic Clare, 5o s tor compl'ts, juue27 wit Wanted A Situation. A YOUNO MAN OF STEADY. SOBER JX. uabiu wants a situation to drive carnage for a private family, either in tho city or conn try. Understands the business, and ran come highly recommended. Address this Office. juno23 St A. FRENTZ, LATE OF LOUISVILLE, KY..No. 2 8ontb Market aad Cbarcb strecle, Produce. Commission and Forwarding Merchant, and Agent for sundry Manufactories Establish ments, Kentucky and YircinU Tobacco 'Can dles, Starch,Spiees, Hams, Fish, Oysters, Crack ers. Cheese, Butt er. Beans, Potatoes, Vegetabl es. Oranges, Lemons, Pineapples, Peaches, Apples, Nets, etc, WANTED Three thousand baheli good Peaches, not too ripe, and put up in one bushel plat boxes. jane27 lm NOTICE. ALL PERSONS HAVING GOODS AT I. Cohen's Pawnbroker' office that are over due, are hereby notified that if tbe same is bot settled before the 2iih day of Jane, 1SG7, that the cam will be sold at pnbUe auction. N. B. Positively no longer time will be rlrcn. - T. COHEN, Janri33t SSNorth Cherry itreet. GRAVEL ROOFING. ORAVEL R00FJ3 PUT ON, REPAIREP. XpC and warranted not to. leak. Call at Ko.tb North Market itrtet. aprSO tf GRAVES. H0UCHINQ CO. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS I0ECKMi AOT) seeebetJ THE BEST ICE CREAM AND SUERBKRT, a at IS cents per pinto, can be had at my old stand on bummer street, near Union. Every attention paid to Ladies and Gentlemen. Orders for parties will be promptly attended to at reasonable rates. Open on Sundays from 9 a- it. to 12 r. v. iune25 lw F. OZANNE. Speaking in Edgefield. HON. A. S.COLYAR AND OTHERS WILL address the people of Edgefield, in tbeneigh borhood of Hill's Store, on FRIDAY EVEN ING, 2Sth inst.. at 8 o'clock. A full attend ance Li desired. june27 2t THE BANKRUPT LAW AM FORMS. TTJ T. .KERRY C. HAVE JUST VV . received THE BANKRUPT LAW of 1B67. wltaSjllaboa oi Contents in therorder of the sections. By a lite xxuEEa or lax Nass vtlls Dak. Interleaved and bound with the Gexebal Orders aad Forms of Proceeding in Bankruptcy. June27 2t RETURNED. OCULIST AND AURIST. DTJt. BKOCKMAN, HAVING RE tnmed to the city after a successful profes sional tour through tho Southern States, has taken rooms at the ST. CLOUD HOTEL where he may be consulted daily from 9 a. it. till o ? it. His numerous testimonials from well-known citizens aro sufficient evidence, of his success nnd skill in the special branches to which he confines his practice. june273ai HOUSE FOR SALE IN EDGEFIELD. ,4 VERY DESIRABLE RESI- IX deuce on Rutsell street, Edge field, for sale. A Brick House and lot fronting fifty feet on Russell street, and running back 170 feet to an alley, and in a good nelghbor- booa. For terms and particulars inquire at the office of JOHN O'NEILL, No. 5u Cetlnr street. june27 tf NOTICE. ALL PERSONS ARE -HEREBY WARNED against trading for a Due Bill drawn by us, for three hundred and seventy-five dollars. 1c fivor of Dr. E. A. HarberL dated in the month of October or November, i860, as the same has been paid by us In full. McCONNELL St HARDCASTLE. Nashville. June 25, lS07.je2C tf WHEAT! WHEAT i THE HlfaiEST CAKKET PRICE Will be paid IN CASH for , . ., GOOD SOUND MARKETABLE WHEAT, At the RESERVOIR MILLS, near City Water Works; at BRIEN St THAXTON'S. No. C9 South College street, and S. B. SPURLOCK'S. corner Broad and College streets. JOHN J. McCANN. JunelS3msp F. C. DCNNIffGTOiV, Attorney at Lav, COLTJIVOirV, TENN. 49 Special attention will be given to Collec tions in Maury and adjoining counties. une20 3m SELLING OUT. THE ENTIRE STOCK OF FURNITURE: AND Hoiise-Furnis7dnff Goods, Etc., Of FRED. PHILLIPS, No 27 North Mnr lict street, trill bo sold cheap for cash to close business. may29tf C. KIKCHER, Trustee. A Steam Saw AND TANNER Y. ANEW AND VALUABLE STEAM SAW Mill and Tannery, and the Lets unon which they aro situated, containing about five (5) acres, in the town of Normandy, on the Nash ville and Chnttanooga Railroad. We will offer the above Mili property for sale, all 6f it being new and in -ood condition, on the premises, on JBomlay, llie 1.1th clay of July, on a credit of one and two yet.rs, retaining a lien to secure the payment of the purchase money. This is fine property, in a beautiful, healthful and fruitful country, and is admirably adapted to manufacturing interests. We call special attention to this salo as an opportunity for a fine investment. jun23 3w PARK, EEtlOTT fc CO. RATES. OF BOARD S00KBBIDGE ALUM SPBINGS, vihginia. tn deference to the financial em- jLbarrawtnenta o'tho South, we have reduced our rates for this soason aa follows: Board per Bay $3 00 Bonn! per Month, (30 day,) .875 OO The place shall be better kept than it lias ever been before, and tbe Mineral Waters have an unequalled reputation. rUAZIER t RANDOLPH, jnnc271w Proprietor. Hartinan's Safety Bridie and Lines. Tm taort. novel In i'iiiioii pfcicnU alt -t!deHbybor-M. Witu it. Hie rnnnuv awav, or Lu.kii..' of luir-.-. U wturlj UniKiiblr. I?0R GENERAL DRIVING, OR FOR RUN 7 AWAY AND KICKING HORSES.-Wlth this improvement, a woman can control a spir ited horse with more ease and absolute certain ty than the strongest man can with a common bridle. Everybody is mot cordially invited to given a rail. Tbe satisfaction of seeing thij invention will amply pay you for vour trouble. Tbe Bridle may be seen at Room No. U Colon nade Building, on Chorry street. Nashville, Tenn. For further partlcnlars, address JOHN M. I1IGGS. apr24 tf Nashville, Tean. FfREKCH POMADE! A SURE AND RADICAL CUBE FOR WEAK OR SORE EYES, For Sale at Wholesale or Retail, at BOUJASSON'S, (the Hatler.) NO. a NORTH CH78tV STREET, ' Sole Agency far the United State. Jnne21 Ct BOOT- AND-SHOEMAKER, Ns. 37 Beaderick Street, MAKES TO ORDER THEFINE3T FRENCH CtlfSkin Boots; also. Shoes and Gaiter. A (mall lot of custom-made Root cn had, whieh will be sold at redcoed rate. jan4Im n m .m NOTJCE. rntn? ,1 v-KTOtt 1 T. mVVMKTrnV (V THE i I u: a tl.,. -It U.tmlt will h held : in this place'on th47tb: July. 1867. All old mem bers are respectiui.y rg RO WNE. C.C.A.O.C. Nashville, Tenn..-Jnne, 1SC7. j5 td CJLOaYBEATE water. A. T THE EAST END OF THE SUSPENSION XX. Bridge, I am prepared to supply Chalybeate Water from the Springs on tho banks of the river, at reasonablo rates to individuals -and families during the-'season.. The tonic proper ties and virtues of this water have been pro nounced by the leading faculty of the city supe rior to that of any other in the country. Open from 5 a. si. till 9f.h June251w ROBERT BRANAND. PHILIP LINDSLEY. T.M.STEGER. Attorneys - at - Zaw. OFFICE : 7T North Cherry alreet, .... NASHVILLE, TKNN. .bd stairs.) junc2S tf C. GALLEHER, T. A. MATTHEWS,, Lateof Mayville.Ky. Maysville, Ky. C "NELSON, Lat of Mt. Sterling. Ky." ' MERCHANTS' HOTEL, Fifth Street, Keav Main, CINCINNATI, . eHie. GALLEHER; NELSON St C0- unc25 3m Proprietors. DR. J H. O NET, OFFICE: Cer. Church aad Summer st., epwe site SU Cleart Hotel. .RESIDENCE: Nashville Female Academy, Church st, next the Nashville and Chattanooga R. R. Depot. June251w BARLEY WANTED. STIF1X fc PFCIFFJBR, Of tha South Nashville Brewery, Corner High anil Jtnlberry Streets, Will pay the highest cash market price for GOOD NEW BARLEY, june25 lw GREAT SACRIFICE. Still More Greenbacks Wanted AS WE ARE STILL IN WANT OF MORE Greenbacks, we will offer still greater induce ments to our friends and to tho public in gen eral. We will sell our SUMMER DRESS GOODS, LACE POINTS, SILK CLOAKS', And all other Summer Goods, AT NEW YORK COST .For the balance of this season. Bftttiestlc GooUa at still lower rates. Calico from 10 to 1C cent. Goats' KntM 33 per cent, below cost. Good Linen Towels at IS cents. Owl me res. Cloths, TrloutK, etc., at greatly reduced prices. Come quick if you want bargains, a we mutt have Greenback. Gold and Silver not refused. G. BICE & CO.'S, tin. C2 Nor Hi CoIlesA Street. junt201m (old No. 69.) HOME IN EDGEFIELD. Tr K HAVE FOR SALE A MOST DELIGHT V t fnl home In Edgefield. The house is brick, with nine (9) rooms, a large brick Smoke house, Stables, Carriage-house, etc. The ground fronts 150 feet on Russell street, running back 170 feet. A beautiful Flower Garden and a large Vegetable Garden; the bet of cistern water. All in perfect repair. Tbe cheapest bargain ever offered in Davidson county. ANDERSON, JOHNSON ASMKCH. June? It Real Estate Agents. 1 OFFER FOR SALE TIIK LARGEST NUM X ber nnd fullest assortment of WAGONS in the city, at prices as set forth below. FOUR MULE ARMY WAGONS, selected and repaired, complete, with double-trees, single trees, stretchers, bows and feed box $15 GO. FOUR MULE Lumber or Plantation WAG ONS, selected and repaired, complete, with rocking bolster, double-trees, single-trees, bows and feed box GO OO. FOUR MULE ARMY WAGONS, in the same condition aa purchased of the Government $25 OO. LOG WAGONS, for mules or oxen-15 OO to $65 OO. ' . TWO HORSE WAGONS, new S100125. TWO HORSE WAGONS, second hacd-SCS 90. TWO HORSE AMBULANCES-S3000. Parties purchasing have tbe privilege of se lecting the several parts of Wagons from' the immense stock on hand, and having them put together nnder their own direction, provided those already set up do not suit them. All tire and bands are re-set, worn boxes re-' placed with new. No worn axles are used. Sixty day city acceptances will be received a3calh. H. 11. JiTKVENS, 234 Spruce Street, . On the line of tha Church and Spruce Street Railroad. Nashville, Tenn. june22 lmd-2mw COMMISSIONER'S SALE CORNERS VIIXE, GILES CO. TENNESSEE. BY VIRTUE OF A DECREE OF THE OIR cuit Court of the United States for tbe Mid dle District of Tennessee, in the cause of Wray & Gilllland ct al. v. Trabua it Lncm, I will, on the Twenty.thlrd Bay or Jnly, 1807, At 11 o'clock a. it., on the premises, expose to sale to tho highest bidder, the following de scribed real estate, belonging to the late firm of Trabue St Lueus : A Lot of Land in in town of Cornersville, Giles county, Tennessee, on the east side of Main street, beginning at a stake at the southwest aorner of the lot belonging to A. Kuff, running thence sautwardly with said Main street twenty-five feet to a stake ; thence east 111 feet to a stake: thence north twenty five feet to a stake; thence with the line of said A. Ruff'stlot 111 feet to the beginning. TERMS-One-fourth cash on day of ale, bal ance on ix, twelve and eighteen month' time. Sold without redemption. Possession given on day of sale. , m , E, R. CAMPBELL, Clerk. june21 td EYAflS, FITE & CO., Wholesale Merchants, WO i IIViY BLOCK, NASHVILLE .TENNESSEE. WE ARE NOW IN REOEIPT OF A LARGE 1 1 ana well selected STOCK OP GOODS, suiTARi.it ros Spring and Summer Sales, To whieh we call tho attention of Merchants visiting NahvilU.. Our toek eonsta of Foreign and Domestio Drygoods, CI.OTHIXO, BOOTS, HUOZH' . JIATH, HOSIERY, OLOVEH RIBBONS, TRIKMINGS, ETC., ETC-, ETC. EVANS, FITE' 4c CO. NO GOODS SOLD AT RETAIL. raarT 3m Ckarch Property for Sale. "WE OFFER AT PRIVATE SAXE THE 1.1 1 ?? V mmodioa Rriek Chnr b, with lot attached, on the corner of Cherry and Elm street", gflutb Nashville, nd,oppsil ( Firemen' Hall. The building can UinvrWi itp two large and excellent bnilaaa boot!, a, m well located for that purposes n afar thl property at a price ae bf low it real value, and on credit.' of sii. twelwe. elghtwn, tweoty-fottf, thirty and thirty-tit months, with interest. .Any Information detired will U fwn!6iby Morton II. HoweU, vi., at ii oc in the Courthouse, or by A. NELSON A CO,, Real Estate AgtBK, juaaElIw No. 50 N.Cherry it. INSiniANCE OF NASHVILLE. CAPITAL, J$tO,O,OO0 fire, marine; iecgri m ' A3D. 1NLAX TRANSPORTATION ftlSU-S Taavea ni Eqaltable Kates.., i v 43Loses fairly adjusted aad promptly piidTEa Ofica. Second NationarBank building. College street. JOHN LUMSDENl President. W- J. THOMAS, Viea President JSX SASH, Secretary. apfc-doa-sp KANAWHA SALT! KANAWHA SALT! THIS WELL KKOWN f ALT IS TTOW-B-rivingin large quantities. The barrel are good aad strong, having improved the caoper age so as to meet the expectation ot every one. The Salt will bo SOLB ON AS GOOD TEKHS As any Salt brought to Tennessee. Order from the country respectfully solicited. CEO. O. AIXEX fc CO., Agents, Comer of Broad and College streets. Uashville Tean. arrg.Sm p. B67LIJMBEK1867 STAETSMAN & WEIGH CEDAR STREET, , (Below N.JtN.Wf Railroad Trtlep IfVFFER. FOR SALE? AT 'THE LOWEST! market rates, for Cash, a general asaort -ment of - 1 BTJIlTDIitfCr itlMBER. fine. Fotilar nail Oak'Scantllur. and t Joist. lie, IUnnd 2 Incli Tellow Pine nnd i-opiar, seasonal. White Oak and Hickory. hCedar Plank anil flqanrc Fosfs. White nnd Black Walnut. Flooring of all kind. Bridge Tlinbo'r cut to order and constant ly on nana. 1, lk and 2 Inch White nnd Yellow rise, clear. , ,ni Gravel Rooting; done to order and mate rial for sale. i may :9 3m roifcia is jew. Clothing AT Ct. B. ABBOTT'S; 39' North College , Street. IS1HAV STYLES- OI?, Frock and Sack Goats, ELEU'A."gf TtIS USXNESS SUITS. l)uk Uhcii Coati, PANTS AN VESTS. Beautiful Whlto and Fancr " -MAItS-A.TI2T12S VESTS. Tho best made and best fitting, at very low pruts. GesiiieiMeR's Underwear, atv&, ,1 j j MISrE.VIJF.H.S, HALF HOSE. ETC. A large stock of Cloths, Caslmeres and Vest ing!, fine Duck Linen of various colon. AlLof which will bo made to order in tbe bcJt mannsr and WARRANTED TO -FIT. jnnel , PHCENEC . NASHVILLE,. TENN. ifisirf actcbxrs or all tians 67 booSMIf&fr 'HeaWs','St07eB, vk ill To i Hollow- Ware, BRIDGE, PLAIN AND ORNA3IENTAX CASTINGS,, , TVATER AiI GAS PIPES, ETC.. ETC. YEBAXDAHK, STORE FRONTS, nud IKO.V RAlETUO, Sugar and Bark Mills, rorfable and Stationary rnjIuoH, On hand and mad ts order. WORKS OrT LEBANON PIKE. NEAR GITS' RESERVOIR. i NAM'L rn JONEN, lre't. JOHN TJtKNUATiT, Hec'y. may22ui LADIES NOT YET SUPPLIED WITHTHKIU.SUM merdreAM. will not fait to arairthenwilrej of the bargain E. T.-KIBKPATEICK is offering in Lawns, Organdie. MatumhVlUta, urenaaine. etc lie U determined, ir.ptfiilftle, time. He ha also afina toclc of Staple goods, adapted to all ieaions, sued a Linen and Cottou Sheeting. Irish Linens, Table Linen. Napkin. Towel. Curtain anJ Curtain good. Hosiery. Glove. Lace and Embroideries etc wblih:h will sell a cheap a any buutslo the country. June IS lm. "GREEtVJLEAF" BAGGING AND ROPE. WE-ARE TnB eOLE AGENTS FOR THlS above Justly celebrated brand of ' BAOGING AND KOI'f, and are prepared to AM ordrs at jfaanfactnrer' price. Call and see Mrople. pric SMITH Jk PARKE3. Hand 10 Market ttrwt. June IS 2 Newjaiioring Establishment. DANIEL .JT. MUKXAX si n ft to f hk fctr n,l. . WOULD BE HQ. 2IS CXXRRY STJtEEY KNorth of the MaxwU Ho. , xf 12 Sx NASHVILLE.