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Advertir cm esits inserted in theTri- Weekly will lie charged one dollar a square fot tint insertion, and fifty cents ca'h additional insertion; In the Weekly, one dollar a square ibr-each iniertiun. - ' - - Special or Cilr Item Notice, twenty cents a line, first, and ten cents a line every additional, mieniun. Change In advertisements will be charged at U'c rate of iflfty cents a square. .Ill advertisement are due from date of first iitfortUm, ' Hereafter the cash system will bo adhered to, And no transient advertisements will be taken unlessaccompanied by thelno jey. JOKK8',"VAtt.CK 4 CO., Union and Dispatch. ilOBKRTS, WaTTKRSOK k PURVIS, 93 i 'S f- For lWSnXTimestGo.y MASONRY. TlieNprccIi of l'rfwlilont Johnson nt Hie Mnonlc llauciuoLnt Boston. Brothers : In responding to tho toaet wliicli vpu have just, drank, I can only tendei you my sincere .thanks for the re ception that 1 have -received in coming here To-day. Had I intended, or felt in clined, to make an addrexa, I must freely Bay language would have been inadequate to expres3 tbe emotions whie liave been awakcnedln me by bo cordiaf a welcome. But I must leave my intelligent brothers to infer what I should have eaid or ought to have Bald. If it were necessary to make any excuses for not addressing you on this occasion, I might put forward those that have already been suggested by the Grand Master first, that 1 must absent myself from tho "remaining part of this celebra tion ; and next, the severe press that has been made upon me since leaving Wash ington. fJTo&iij as yon all know (such of you as hayo participated'in its labors) has been one of work, not one of play. Gen tlemen, I regard the demonstrations made to-day, and; the manifestation of feeling that has been exhibited on this occasion, as the-beginning of a new era In Masonry; for it seems to me the prejudice, and, I was going to aay, the incrustation which has rested,upon Masonry for a large num ber of tears ieems, from the demonstration to-dayfto have-been broken. As I am be forcyou Fcannot repress or restrain my Belfrfrora calling your attention to this fact. I Jiave witnessed many Ma sonic celebrations, and have partici pated in many, and I have heard the jeers and taunts cast upon them as the brethren have turned out In their appropri ate attire,; but on. this occasion let mo ask every man and brother that has been here to-day,if -Jie.did nol. feel that he was a man, and that he was willing to wear and exhibit and'f.0 tint on Masonry and all id appendages. One of the most. remarkable things to-day has been that, notwithstand ing thipgsTiavehecn aJHttle mixed through out this vast processionthis countless ciowd I have not h'card the first expres sion of acrimony. Loud applause. iljnce jhc remark I have made, that we have commenced anew era, and its great principles being iintleratood, it is pleasing ibf Sato know that its principles embrace the universe, and are coextensive with hu inanity. , laving reached this great end, afl'tliat is necessary is energy andprogress, and the consummation of the great objects of Masonry will be accomplished. I should not have v raited Massachusetts, at least ou the present occasion, had it not been for the order of Masonry. I came in good faith for the express pnrposoof partici pating in and witnessing the dedication of this temple to-day to Masonry, and as far as I could, let it be much or little, to give it my countenance and my sanction. I have shown no restraint, for I have felt none, and in this, as in most things in which I have participated, I have first1 Hitlsfied', 'my conscience -that I wa right, anu that b:ing bo, have left roiiwjuehces 0 take care ol themselves'. And now this great termination being reached we must rejoice in the triumph of the living, the indestructible principles which have pervaded the fraternity from its advent till the present time. I did not rise, my brothers, for the purpose of mak ing a speech, and I had not intended to ay as much as I have. I do this, however, by way of episode. There are some, per hniM, who Mould not be prepared to con cede that I am not loquacious. I am not, as a general thing, however, very garrulous or loquacious, llio little of talking 1 have done has been more a matter of necessity than of choice; but when compelled to speak, I care not before what audience or tribunal it has been when truth, when principle, when my country, when the great cause of tnc human family was at stake, I have spoken. I have done so in timei gone by, when the very existence of my government and country was imperilled. I believe that the great principles of Masonry are synonymous with the great principles of free government, and if my brothers will examine my public career from my advent in political life till .the present time, I thiuk they will finu that I hare btpn true to both. Although personally .ft stranger to Massachusetts, 1 am her intimate friend and acquaintance, and politically it matters not where we are whether In the East or tho "West, or the North or the South, when t!Hc great prin ciples come up. Men that understand them can act in concert and harmony. I , have never failed to defend the order, though the fraternity have passed through many severe ordeals which have tried and subjected its votaries to tests of the mot excruciating character. I care not whether it is religion or politics, or both combined, in the pursuit and in the support of a cor rect principle have never hesitated to exprcsa any views. I live for principle, I am devoted to principle, and 1 take fresh courage from the demonstrations which have been made to day by the people of the good city of Boston and the btate of Mas sachusetts. I thank you for that demon stration a manifestation of feeling and an outburst as it were, of popular sentiment which has raroly been equalled, and I doubt whether one like it ever occurred in the United States or elsewhere. In conclusion, I have to"kay I am here by your invitation, and I thank you ior it. Though I am pretty well advanced in life, I hope I may be .spared for somo time longer; and I do assure you that the remembrance of this occasion wilt be green and fresh In my memory when I shall go down to my grave. I am gratified, more than gratified, that I aje lisctjon opportunity-10 pnnioipaio in c ceremonies nere ipaay, incn., in iwvintliclmrtheral 1 vu.' thHe7awlmmpnuntry. JFra tcraally end afiectionatalyTold you fare well, and may God bestow upon you his choicest blessing? Applause OoRr-4 of IUntcAt Orators Sekt Socni ward. A corps -of thirty stnmp orators have been turned loose upon the Southern Suteabv the Union Congressional Repub lican Committee, twenty of whom are with the btrongcsl Republican logic within retch of the Congressional co remittee, and withttlieetcrminaUomnpl topermlt even one of the smallest villages to escape its thare of political advice. BelnforcemcjnU tS'.this corps -nre , bfing recruited and equipped dally, tdd another detachment of oratora inlll wend Southwards in few days. Wahin$t&n CorrttponAtnt cfthe iSftr York MtraUL JtlXCTME Mli Two weeks ago a man" ran breathless into fetrowdihft had iesemllwl on Maitf street; St. Louts, and aikedivhit was the raatter7l On being told that a man "had been killed, he exclaimed in a disappointed-tone: 'Is' that all, I thought it was a dog fight !' The following, which occurred on; Sanssme street, Sacramento, Cal , is a kindred, oc-; enrrence : "A German was riding along, the above-mentioned street, when he heard n i.islol shot behind, and heard the whizzing. of a ball near hint, and felt his hat shake.' Jle turned andsaw a man with a revolver In his hand, and took off lib hai .nnd found a fresh buljec hole in it. my norse; u was stolen from me recent v. " iou must be mistaken' said the Ger man. " I have owned the horse for Ihree "Well," said the other, "when I come to look at him, I believe Lam. mistaken. Excuse me, sir, won't. you take A-drink?1? TaE 2Tew York Citizen jconiained, a J couple of weeks ago, an elaborate article de fending Horace Greeley for his Jeff. Davis bail-bond episode. This drew from Mr. Greeley the following letter to- the editor of the Cilixn : "Albany, Jjme 13. DeAk Miliar I ! thank you heartily for your article'of'last ( Saturday, though I ask none to comment or justify me ; I only beg my friends not j to apologize jor me. x ioase no apologies and want none ; I can wait. I kpow that the Yankee school mistresses teaching negro young ones iu Dixie, understand and ap preciate what liave done; and I am con fident that the politicians will. be able to do 0 by-snd-by. But whether .they shall or ishall not, I know what good I have dbne to ' liberty and Union, now and forever, one and inseparahle,' and no personal incon venience shall make me repent of wliat X have well done;, tt Yours, always truly, " Horace Greeley. "General C. G. Halpine." Josh Billings oh Lauoitter I don't like agiggler. This kind of laff is like the dandy lion, a feeble yeller, and not a bit of good smell about it. It is true that any ,kind or a laff is better than none but give me the laff that looks out ov a man's eyes fust to Bee if the coast is clear, then steals down into a dimple, and rides in an eddy thar awhile, then waltzes a spell, at the korners of his mouth, like a thing of life, then busts its bonds of bnty, and fills the air for a moment with a, shower of silvery tongned sparks then steals back with a smile'to its lair in the haste tew wait agin. (for iti prey. This is the kind of laff that I jluv, and ain't afraid or. In Chancery at Nashville. Stato of Tennessee Office .Clerk and Master, Chancery Court at Nashville, May tho 13th, 1867 M. A. Parrisfc", Co., complainants, vs. "West, Guthrie & Co., defendants. TT APPEARING FROM AFFIDAVIT FILED X in this canso that defendants, Henry West,' Guthrie. A. J. West, composing firm of We. Guthrie i Co., are non-residents of the Slate of Tcnnesses : it 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 firit Monday in Novem ber next, 1867, and plead, answer or demur to complainant's bill, or the same will be taken for confessed as to them and set for hearing er parte, and thata copy of this order to published for tour consecutivo weeks in the Nashvillo Union and Dispatch. TT A copy-Attest : M. B. nOWELL. Clerk and Master. Wilkin AVnnghn. Sol'rsfor compl'ts. jo27 w4t in Chancery at Nashville. State of Tennessee Office Clerk and Master, Chancery Court at Nashville, May the 11 th, 1867. Oscar F. Noel, complainant, vs. D. D. Dickey et als., defendants. TT APPEARING FROM. AFFIDAVIT FILED x in this cause thnt the defendant, R. L. Bing ham, is a non-resident of the State of Tennessco: it Is therefore ordored that he enter his appear ance herein before or within the first three days of the next term of said Court, te be held on tho first Monday in November next, 1867. and plead, answer or demur to complainant's bill, or tho same will be taken for confessed as to him and set for bearing ex parte, and that a copy.of this order be published for four consecutive weeks in the Nashville Union and Dispatch. Acopy-Attesv. M. B. HOWELL. Clerk and Master. Guild. Smith GuiR Sol'rs for compl'ts. juue27 wtt In Chancery at Nashville. State of Tennes?a Office Clerk and Master, Chancery Court at Nashville, May the 8th, 1507. A. B. .Shankland, complainant, vs. John C. Bridres ot als., defendants. TT APPEARING FROM 1FFIDAVITFILED -in this cause that the residences, of tho de fendants, the administrator of J. G. Hasbrook, deceased, whoso name 'is unknown, Beniamln Carson. John Carson, Elizabeth Carson, Norflet , I T I I . Q 1 1 - ,.ML.n.wn WUrSHJU Uim Jiuiuct 0. uibuu, am u.ianuiiu, . and that Mary Hasbrook is a non-resident of! the Stato of Tennessee: it is theretore ordered that they enter their appearance nerein cetore or within the first three days of the next term of said Court, to be held on the first Monday iu November next, 1867, and plead, answer or demur to complainant's bill, or the same will be taken for confessed as to them and set for hear ing ex parte, nnd thata copy of this order be iiublisbcd for four consecutive weeks in the Joshvllle Tnlon and Dispatch. A copy Attest!: M. B. HOWE' L. Clerk and Master. I). F. Wilkin. Sol'r for compl't. june27 w4t In Chancery at Nashville. . State of Tennessee Offico Clerk and Master. Chancery Courtat Nashville, April tha27th, 1867. Joseph W. Huddleston, complainant, vs. C. H. Lesueur et als., defendants. TT APPEARING FROM AFFIDAVIT FILED JL in this cause that the defendant. Lafayette Beech, is a non-retldent of the State of Ten nessee: it is therefore ordered that ho enter bis appearance herein before or within the first three days of tho next term of said Court, to be held on the first Monday n November next, 1867. and plead, answer or demur to complainants' bill, or the Same will be Ukcn for confessed as to him and set for hearing ex parte, and thata copyol this order be published for four successive weeks in the Nashville Union and Dispatch. A copy Attest: M. B, HOW ELL, Clerk and Master. Rice k Thoinp8onN$orr8 for compl't. Je20 w4t In Chancery at Nashville. Statu of Tennessee Office Clerk and Master, Chancery Court at Nashville, May tho 2d, 1867. W. W. Lyles, complainant vs. W. R. Lucas et als., defendants. TT APPEARING FROM AFFIDAVIT FILED X In Ibis cause that the defendant, E. G. Pearl, is a non-'lesident of the State of Tennessee: it is therefore ordered that he enter bis appearance herein before or within the first three days of the next term .or said Court, to bo held on the first Monday in November next, 1867, and plead, answer or demur to com plainant's bill, or the same will be taken for confessed as to him and set for hearing ex parte, and thata copy of this order be published for four consecutive weeks in the Nashville Union and Dispatch. r A copy Attest : M. B. HOWELL, Clerk and Master. N. A Ed. Baxter. Sol'rs for compl't. i ne26 w4t In Chancery at Nashville. State of Tennestic Office Clerk and Master. Chancery Court at Nashville, May the 1st, 1&67. Chimney Pige k Co., complainants, vs. The Cumberland River Coal and Lumber Co., de tend ants. TT APPEARING FROM AFFIDAVIT FILED x in this cause that the defendants. The Cum berland River Coal and Lumber Company, are non-residents of the State of Tenncs.ee: it is tncre loro ordered that they enter their appearance herein before or within tho first three days of the next terra of said Court, to bs held on the first Monday in November ncxt.lSOT, and plead, answer or demur to complainants' bill, or tho same will bo taken for confessed as to them and set for hearing ex parte, and that a eopy of this order bo published for four consecutive weeks in the Nashville Union and Dispatch. A copy Attest . M. B. HOWELL. Clerk and Master. Guild. Smith .t Guild, Sol'rs for compl'ts. June25 W4t In Chancery at Nashville. State of Tennessee Office Clerk and Master, Chancery Court at Nashville, June the 2let, 1S67. Andrew Jackson, Adm'r. etc., et als., (com plainants, vs. John Lanrcnee et als., dc Undants. F APPEARING FROM AFFIDAVIT FILED in this cause that the defendants. S. O. Nel son, Chii . Morrison, J. F. U. Clcaborn, Chas. Roy, Kx'r. ete., of Jl orris, deceased, and B. F. -Smith, aro son-rcsidents of the Stato of Tennessee: it is therefore ordered thnt "icy enter their appearance herein before or within the first three days of the next torrd of said Court, to be held on tea first Monday in November next, 1S67, and plead, answer or demur to .complainants' bill, or the same will be taken for confessed rs to them and set for hearing ex parte, and thata copy or this order bo pnblihed for foor consecutive weeks iatbeNashrille Union and Dispatch. A con Attest: M. B. JUOWftLL, Clerk and Matter Carathertj Gaut Jc Carotacrs, Sol'rs Isr com- pUinant. jantmrst In ChancciT at Naslrville. State or Tennessee Clerk Office. Ckaery Court at Nashville Mar toe th, 1S57 Traccy. Irwin Co coiapliucantSv vs-John & Bands et als, defendant r APPEARING FROM AFFIDAVIT FILED in thtt cause that the defendants John E. Sands and aSary A. SaadJ, u 'non residents of the State f Taaset U jis therefore ordered that they n'!t PPJ?" anea herein bjforW wtkn jlhfirer theirs of tbeucxt ten Of wad Court, to b Jrtld 6arbo first Monday M November nexlfioT. and iilaad. answer or deaiti'' to cosaplainanM bill. r uie same wm do -usea iur - them and set for htlrin ex'pirte. and thai a foj.y of till crdr b published for Jourconseca Uve wek in th Kashvilla Urion and DUwrteh. A ecpr Attest - M. B. KOWEfcU Clesk aad.Mfcftsr. G. H. Toss, Sol'r farcompl'u. JantS w4t "Did yog&hoot at me?" asked tlie man. "Yesjpiedthe other party, "that's it mASEF' HOISEP NASIITIIE. TESS. ? , .1 . 1 , rVIIIS KfiW FIST CLASS H0TELJIS OPEN 1 to the TRAVELING PUBLIC A$X) BOARDERS. Tho Proprietor hasiast completed n splendid Improvement on the First Floor, in the stape of Am Elegant Billiard Room, With now and improved Tables. Also. GKXTI.EXEX'S PAKI.OK AKD "itEADIXG Jixf&X, Alt'of which aro connected by a handsome arched openine with the. Bar and Office, giving a fine view of all, from any one point, makm'g one o:the most pleasant places of resort fur trayclers? boarders and business men of the city, where all aro most respectfully invited. Other improve suntsin progress. . CLXTC KOEERTS, may 18 fm I'roprletor. NASHVILLE IGRi CULTU R4L WORKS, (Tetme.i.ice I'enltenltarj.) ilk ii ''. , WE ARE NOW PREPARED TO FUR . nish to the Trade, nt unusually low ! .... , Wfieat and Grain Threshers Of our own : manufacture, warranted eijual to any made North or Sonth. We also manufac ture of THE VERY BEST MATERIAL, . I PiOWS, COTTON SCRAPERS, CULTIVATORS,, CORN OirELI.ERS, STRAW CUTTERS; etc75 and all kinds of which we ofTer to CASn BUYERS at lower rates than ever before sold in this market. Also on hand, fifty tons of ASSOJRTEJD HOLT.O W-WAHH of verv suncrinr nunlitv. nt nrisos ilefvinf com petition. Wo will mako it to the interest of purchasers to call on us before purchasing elsewhere- We warrant all our work, and guaran tee satisfaction in every instance. HYATT,. BRIGGH & WARl. iune 11-lm Fb ICE OE,E3A.3dI. H. V. BASSETT NO. 49 CEDAR STREET, TAKES PLEASURE IN ANNOUNCING TO Lndics andGontleraen that bo will open his' Toe Cream Saloon on THIS AY, and will keep the purest article during the sea son. He U also jrepired to serve customers with EATARIiES- cooked in the very best style. , JuneSlm 5000,00P "pressed Brick, ode by CHAMBERS, BRO. k CO.'S PAT ENT BRICK MACHINE. at the STUM BRICK WORKS. THESE BRICK ARE SUPERIOR TO THOSE made by any other process for any purpose for which brick are used. They .will withstand double the pressure of hand-made brick with out crushing, and the mortar will adhere more firmly to thum; they are less pervious to mois ture, and therefore vastly superior where strength or durability are required. For Pavements and Cisterns they cannot be xcelled. PniLAOKLrnu. October25, 1863. This is to certify that we have used many thousands of ChambersrBr0. t Co.'a Machine Brick, and we, as builders, prefer them to all others, as they are more durable, will cut in any desired direction, and the mortar adheres more firmly to them: Chris. Binder, Sixth, above Jefferson; E. S. Fitch, Bricklayer and Builder. Seventh, above Oxford; A. D. Caldwell, old Builder. 424 Walnut street. In building the railroad bridge over the tchuylkill river. 2.200.(K brick wero used; Cam en Woolen Mills, 2.000,000 brick; Sewers of Camden. 500,000 brick j City Pavements, 300,000 brick; New Jail, Washington. "D. C 400,000 brick; Collins Iron Company a Works, Mar qucite. Lake Suporior, 100,000 brick. All of the above and many millions more used in prominent public and private improvements were made by Chambers, Bro. k Co.'s Patent Brick Machine. Wo 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 the First Na tional Bank,' Jesso Warren, Carpenter and, Buildcrf W. If. Northern. Carpenter and Build er; Leonard JfcMeKoon, Bricklayers; Col. J.B. VanDyno, Oen. Sapt. N. & D. R. R.; H. G. Scovel, Real Estate Agent. We are also making tho world-renowned " Philadelphia Fronts," which for front and hearth brick cannot be excelled. Brick shipped at low rates to any point on river or railroads. Pavements laid at most reasonable rates, and all work warranted. For further information, or orders; address MASON, ADAMS k CO., Agents. Nashville Steam Brick Works, P. O. Box 491, Nashville, Tenn., Or apply atHrick Ynrd near Race Track. may3Sm' Administrator's Sale. T WILL PROCEED TO SELL TO THEIH.GH X est bidder, for cash, at public auction, on FRI DAT.'JUXE Slst, IS67, at tbelsteresidenceof Mary J. May, dee'd, 09 the corner of McLemore and Line streets, Nash ville, Tenn., all the personal property of which the said Mary J. May died possessed, consisting of nine carpets, nine wardrobes, nine bedsteads, nine spring mattresses, nine washstands. nine marblerlop bureaus, one fine Mirror, one fine piano, two centre-tables, chairs, tabl-o, safe, kitchen furniture, and various other articles. A. D. CREIGHTON, Adm'r. junel2 tds. In Chancery at Nashville. State of Tennessee Office Clerk and Master, Chancery Courtat Nashville, April tho 30th, 1S67. Godfrey M.Tbgy. Jr.. Adm'r, etc., et als., com plainants, vs. JJcmpsey Weaver, Adm'r, etc.. et alt defesdacta TT APPEAP.ING FROM AFFIDAVIT FILED JL in this eaue that the defendant. 'William A. Johnson, is a non-resident tf tbJ Stato el" Ten nessee; It ii therefore ordered that he enter .his appearMce herein before or within tho xtt hr.icTnf'thA'nATtrrmnfcAid Crtnrf An beheld an thEntMondty jn November next. 15C7. and. the sane will be taken for confessed as to him ft ml At far fesarisf ax. nartft. aliA that a COU7 of thUorderbe pnblished for foureonsecutive week tn taeasoTie union ana iijsrarcn, A eopy Attest j L Bil0 WELL. Clerk and Master. Godfrey M, Fogg, Jr., Sol'r for comply, funeSS w4t TO STOCKHOLDERS. OrncKftirvasSTii.tE iDici-rca R. R. Co., NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVKNTIIAT Till Nashville and IecatarRilroad Cnmpan r nasiil taissue CERTIFICATES O; STfirk" tA tha Hlttfiboliers of tho Tenaessea an Alatesla' Railroad; tb Central uibertf Railroad, and the Te&ncssea and Alahassift .Cenf tral Iwlrcad. -whenever tfceir VruslfcS,T' Stockta said Companies r surrasdeteitatlha. G. W. SEAY. Secretary, maySOlm U3.,P-xTJ PNBERS0NBE0S,, GlvS kxiKSTfLOt FITTERS,: Hio. 73 Cfccrry . Slreci. (Old Nodi.) oppoaif Colonnade Batldtn?, xAsiivii.tKi.j:'...:.si:t....TExic; rE ARE .PREPARED TO DO WORK IN IT,, out line in. a, prompt and .first-class manner. ' OPEUMBERS' MATERIAI On hand and for sale. SHEET LKAI), J-.EAI) PIPE, . PIG LEAH, rRCE PUMPS, s CINTERN PPMP., EEP WELXf PUMPS, AI.E POMPS, . ARTESIAN PUMPS, BATHS. WASHSTANDS,'' " ' ' WATER-CLufiETS. BLOCKS-TIN and HYDRANTS, BEER COCKS, SHAMPOONING COCKS, BASIN COCKS. HOSE, nor WATER BOILERS, NOZZLES. COUPLINGS, JETO GAS FITTIA'q. .Public and, Private Buildings, Store Houses, etci fitted nn in the' jnct improved style, and oh reasonable terms: Chandeliers, Hall Lights, Pillar Lights. Drop Lights, Portable Stands with, Jlose,. Pendants, Brackets, Glass .Globe, Smoko Bells, Patent and Plain Shades,' Cigar Lighters, etc. IRO.ST PlIplB, .. . t ! For Gas, Water.andSteam, &oman eighth inch up,to two inches. , ... s ( ' ' - Fittings for tlie Above. Tees, Elbows, Crosses, Plugj, Bushings, Re ducers, iiOCK nuts, mookj, itetnrn iienus, Unions, etc. STEAM FITTING. Steamboat. Factory, Hotel and Stationary Engine work done. Steam Gauges, .."'6am Whistles, Steam Impi, Globe Valves," air es : Gnage Cocks, Oil Cups, Air Cocks, V, n.der Cocks, etc, etc. feb21-3m New York anil "Bremen STEAMSHIP COaTPMY. Fibst-Cljiss U. S. Mail Stsamships Attnntf c, Baltic, Wcslern Metropolis, Fearth Steamer, roRSOinirnivpiosuNnBBKJiEK; - 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. 865. STEERAGE. $35. From Bremen, Southampton, Havre, to Now York:' FIRST CABIN. $110. SECOND CABIN. $75. STEERAGE, $43. Excursion Tickets out and Home ; First Cnbln, 8310. Second Cnblu, $130. Steerage, 870. SAILl.NO DATS FROM XRW TORK AND BBEMR.V! i May 4 and 18 Juno 1. 15 and 2J July 13 and 27. Aug. 10 and 21-Sept. 7 and 21 Oct. a and 1. For freight or passage apply ta W. W. TOTTEX, Agent for Nashville. ISAAC TAYLOR. President, may4 tf 40 Broadway, New York. Tn Chancery at Nashville. Stato of Tennessee Office Clerk nnd Master, Chancery Court at Nashville, May the 15th, 1S67. Thomas Chadwell, Ex'r. etc., complainant, -vs. EliL. Woods et als., defendants. TT APPEARING FROM AFFIDAVIT FILED x in this cause that the defendant, Robert Ewing, is a non-resident ef the State of Tonnes--see: it is therefore ordered that he enter his appearance herein before or within the first three days pf the next term of said Court, to be held on tho first Monday in November next, 1867, and plead, answer or demur te complain ant's bill, or tho same will betaken for confessed as to him and set for hearing ex parte, and that a copy of this order be published for four con secutive weeks in the Nashville Union and Dis atch. A copy Attest: M. B. HOWELL, Clerk and Master. Abratn L, Bcmoss, Sol'r for compl't. jeZS wit In Chancery at Nashville. State of Tennessee Offico Clerk and Master, Chancery CourtatNashville, May the 14th, 1867. A. Hamilton 4 Co., complainants, vs. Alexander Kennedy et als., defendants. TT APPEARING FROM AFFIDAVIT FILED J. in this cause that the defendant, J. II. King, adm'r of O. L. King, deceased, is anon-resident of the State of Tennessee: it is therefore ordered that he enter his appearance herein before or within tho 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 complainants' 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 pub lished for four consecutive weeks in the Nash ville Union and Dispatch. A copy-Attest : -M. B. HOWELL, Clerk and Master. F, B. Fogg, II. II. Harrison. Sol'rs for compl'ts. Jnne28 wit In Chancery at Nashville. State of Tennessee Clerk's Officer Chancery Court at Nashville, June the 3d, 1867. Memucan II. Howard, complainant, vs. W. W. Woodfolk et als., defendants. TT A PPEA RING FROMAFFIDAVIT FILED x in the cross bill of W. W. Woodfolk in this canso that Memucan II, Howard is a non-resident of the State of Tennessee: it is therefore ordnred that he enter his appearance herein before or within the first threo days of the nex-s term of said Court, to be held on the first Moiuiay in Npvember next, 1867, and plead, answer or demur to said cross bill, or the some will be taken for conlessed 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 Dispatch. A copy Attest : M. B. HOWELL, Clerk and Master. Guild. Smith k Guild, solicitors. iune5 w4t UNION BANK NOTES. FX ACCORDANCE WITO AN ACT OF THE Legislature of Tennessee, passed December 12th, 1866, entitled an act 'Td expedite the dis tribution of the effects of Banks, which have or may make assignments among their creditors." notice is hereby given to the holders of thoaotcs of The U.vioxllANE of Tes.vxsscs to file them with tho undersigned, at tho Bank in Nashville, between now and the 1st day of January, eigh teen hundred and sixty-nine, (1869.) and receive certificates therefor, or they will be forever barred from any participation in the asset of thaBapk. The certificates will bo received at fas in payment for debts due the Bank, wheth er tendered before or after the 1st nf Janu ary, 1869. JOS. W. ALLEN, Trustee, Dec 20. ISM. 21 -6m A GOod Business Education TSTHE ONLY FORTUNE PARENTS CAN JL irive their children that can never be lost, and that continually grows better by uso. This can be gained at j. nr. boTjBear's Coinmercinl School, Corner of Church and Vine Sts., Nashville, Where "WrMinj, KooU-Kccplns-, Pho nomphy, Arithmetic, etc, are thorough ly tancht. TVrltlngr. By thirty years' stniy and cxpo rienco, th fovea Dolbear. Brothers iave rc daced Penmanship to an exact Science, so that'rmplt are 'not left, to mere t ml tat I en ol coplrs, and have invented a system of haasl tralBiB? that removes aHatltfeesa, cress p inrand tremMfBK-.ontl changes the muun siihtiy band into scalaeaB, ease and e!c gascc, h BflUEASS Coaawclsl .lastUR. tiotas aro the oldest in AfcHca. AO. 6 RroaUvray, Jketr. Tor It, estab lished IS35. -Corner Camp and Common streets, TSuvr erlcXMi estRbliafee! 1882. Ko SOXX1r street; Memphis. t'oracr CJarcb aad Vlao atreets, NasfevlWe. maras dw3m fP,T.l CHJLRLE3 BRXAN, NO. 139X7TH CliERRx NTKT TS NOW PREPARED TO CI.EAN CHANDE X liers. Brackets, and Portables, and to restore all MooWlait? Oildinss.-- tie.,5 tt.' their original apjearUKe p tataes, etcn bronted in superior .U Pampi Soda TonnU. put op and repaired to order. rri. LIFE INSURANCE' CO. OF Hartford, Connecticut Assets, JRHHiu-y &Af RCifX AAA Al. van,tuv,yuv lafomafiirjcai $3,522,935; Jan Am1 rellcles iKsaed.j-- tJ(3891 Nashyille Agency; 36 Gpljege W. . TAI.MOTT, 1 I. l'JECK,, Jenerai AkphU BesideHt Ak-hI N. B. This Company hai uniformly made SC Eer ceni larger Annual un iucuu." umu ui um ifo InsnranceCompany represented in this Stale sep2-tf THE SECOND NATIONH BANE, OF NASHVILLE, College Street, near Union, Designated Depositiry and Financial Agent of the United States. .it is prepared to traasa'ct a regular Banking busiess. and furnish E::chango on (NEW YORK. NEW ORLEANS, ' t, LOUISVILLE, AND . CINCINNATI. Government Securities, Gold and Silver.bought andsoldon Commission. JOHN LUMSDEN, President.' TV. J. THOMAS. Cashier.. oct2t-ly. J., FOURTH NATIONAL BANK, xVASBTVIUDE, -TEJSW., fs DOINi A EEQULAK ... Banking and Exchange Business, .AndiTVilljay special .attention to Collesijons. CAPITAL STOCK, 300,000 DIRECTOKS. DAN'L HILLMAN. R- H. GARDNER, O. F. NOEL, SAM'L W ATKINS, JAS.WinTW0RTH. ,w.n. EVANS. BTRD DOUGLAS, B. S. RHEA, A. HAMILTON. ' JAS. WIIIIWORTH, JOHrPdRIEBFIED; President. jnne2 3m .Cashier. PUG 4GEHCY. EDWIN C. CLAREE, AGENT I AT SEW YORK FOB PUR CHASING aCKRCiTASrSISE AND MAcm.vrnr or Ati. ki.vdm. HAVING A BUSINESS EXPERIENCE OF nearly sixteen rears in New- York and an extensive acquaintance with first- class Manufac turers and Dealers in this city, in the various : branches of Trade and Manufacture, I am now, .prepared to fill orders for a 1 kinds of Merchan 'dise, at the lowest market priced. Merchants, Mechanics and Families will find it to thair interesttu favor me with their orders. Orders from all parti! of the country respectfully solicited, A reasonable commission chanted, Address EDWIN C. CLARKE, 103 Pearl street, or box S572New ork.i Refkeexcks F. W. Q. Bellows, Vice Presi 'dcht Pacific Mail Steamship Co., Now York; Isaac Taylor; President Now York and Bremen Steamship Qp., N. Y.; Crocker, Wood k Co., New York: E. WIiarstowfc Sons. New York; Ruger Bros.v New York ; Hon. A. M. Clapp, Buffalo, N. 1 1 ; A. B. James, Esq., Nw Orleans; Geo. James. Esq., Zanesville, Ohio: Woolworth & Graham, Newlork; Marshall Johnson & Co., New York ; Henry Moore k Genuug, New York. apr21 3m i COMMISSIONER'S SALE OF Valuable Real Estate, Belonging fd the late EDWARD T It VXITJi:, Coutnliiititir 217 Acre, 2i4 Hllc; from Xni1ivilte, TronlliiB: on the Jliir fVpHliro 'nncl on the Slone River TiirniilkeM. BY VIRTUE OF A DECREE OF THE United States Circuit Court nt Naahville. at its April Term. 1867, in the suit of Wray k gilleland et al. vs. W. II. Lucar nnd (ha heirs of dward Trabue et nl., I will sell the above 217 acres at public auction, on WEDNESDAY, 20th JUXE, 1807. On the premises, to the highest bidder, post lively without reserve, without encumbrance- and. free from redemption. The mini mum heretofore fixed on the lands has been withdrawn by order of the court, and a discre tionary power given the Commissioner as to the manner in which the tract shall be sold. Tho tract has been subdivided into lots con taining from one and a-half to twenty-one acres each, but the Commissioner now has discretion to sell tho same in lots or blocks. The tract is finely watered and the soil ex cellent. I will also sell at the same time and place, without reserve, and free from redemption, 45 Acrem and SO Poles, On which is situated the residence of the date Edward Trabue, which tract will be sold subject to the dower assigned to the widow of said Edward Trabue. This tract is handsomely improved, having on it a splendid two story brick houso and all necessary onthouses, orchards, cisterns, etc. Persons desiring .to purchase aro earnestly requested to examine the lands before the day of sale. TERMS OF SALE. One-fourth cash, and the balance on one, two and three years, with notes well endorsed, bear ing interest, and a lien retained. Sale to com mence at 11 o'clock a. ii. E. R. GLASCOCK, may24 eodtd Special Commissioner- In Chancery at Nashville. Stato of Tennessee Office Clerk and Master, Chancery Court atNoshville. April the30th,1867. John O'Neil et uxor, complainants, vs. William Conner et a la., defendants. TT APPEARING FROM AFFIDAVIT FILED X in this cause that the defendant, William Conner, is a non-resident of the State of Ten nessee: it h therefore ordered that he enter his appearance herein before or within tho first three days of the next term of said Court, to be held on tbelstMondayin'Novembernext.l867.nnd plead, answer or demUr to complainants' bill, or the same. wflL bo taken for confessed as to him' and set for hearing e.t parte, and thnt r. copy of this order be published for foureonsecutive weeks in the Nashville Union and Dispatch. A copy Attest : M. B. HOWELL, Clerk and Master, Abram L. Demote, Sol'r for compl'ts. june26 wit .ii.. In Chancery at Nashville. State of Tennessee Cffieo Clerk and Master. Chancery Court nt Nashville, June the 8tb. 1367. H. T. Wilkinson, complainant, vs, Elisha P. Fort et als., defendants. TT APPEARING FROM AFFIDAVIT FILED JL in this cause that the defendant. Eltsha P. Fort, is a non-remdent of tbeState of Tennessee: it is therefore ordered that he enter his appear ance herein before or within tho first three days of the next term of said Court, to be held on the first Monday in Novembor next, 1867, and plead, answer or demur to complainant a bill, or tho same will "be taken for confessed as to him and set for hearing ex pane, and that a copy of this order be published for four consecutive weeks in the Nashville Union and Dispatch. A copy Attest ; M. B. HOW ELL, Clerk and Master. Abram L.DemH, Sol'r for compl't, je2Swt In Chancery at Nashville. State of Tennessee Office Cleric and Master, Chancery Court ali Nashville, Juae tho oth.lSoT. W W. Totten ti ah, complainants, vs. II. C Corbirt et als., defendants. irTAPPEARESG FROM AFFIDAVIT FTBED J. in this cause that the defendants. IL C. Car birt. adm'r of Jaa. W, Gill, deceased, W Mer edith. wJaa. Vtaderslice. Evan andershee. 8am'l Fennybaser.MargaretPennybaker. Thoj. Ros3iter, Rachel Rossiter. Nicholas. Bean, Mary Bean, Ellen DUaian. Frances Simpson. Frances Brrfogle, Mary Casey, Catharine Monnett, Ann B Gill. Jas. W. GUI. Bloomer B. Gill and Carrie (Jill, are non-rilden of the StaW of Tennes see : It is therefore ordered that they enter their appear"" 6aeui befsra r wltte b$il thre days of Ut next term of. said Coort. to be held on tfcellrst Monday in-Novembernext,, lb57.aml pleadanswer or dtmor jU komplaUH Ints' bUI, ottht same will betaken fdrcoufewed il to Ifeoxa aad ei forbearing, ex parte. d, taat tpy..of this order be published for four 'consecutive wcjiks in the Nashville Union and DAPc-Atte(t : M. B. -HOWELL. " Clerk andMawer, W. Ft Cooper, Sel'r for consul. Jnne23wU UR AND UP H LrpjRYAND j . v . j kitpe- -'t 2Vros. 39,41; 43 Deadericli street, Metwcen Summer aail Cherry. THE UNDERSIGNED WOULD MOST RE snectfullv call the attention of the citizens of Nashville and public generally,- tn his fine tock of BUGGIES, HORSES and CARRIAGES. ,which can be furnished at any hour, day or nignt. ine nuggies ana carnages are ou THE MOST MOIWERN STYI.E and my horses' cannotbe excelled in speed ahd 'style by any in tte city," utvetne "Uf-,Aaii !JIP ..nil onrl T w.,Mt,nf "l S t wfo ntinn ' I wouldalsocallthcrarticular'attentlon dtthe public to my lacilltle? tor hoarding Morses. ' Having thoroughly repaired andmade largo addiiibns to my .stables, fitting them up so as to fsecuro the amplest room and comfort for the Iborses, embodying aitnew ana muaorn improve jments. and secured the Services' of the best fUostlers In the country, 'and my stable being" 'thoroughly, ventilated, I feel confident of giving GENERAL SATISFACTIOX to all who may favor me with their patronage. . .Having set apart a portion of this Matnmo.th i Stablo for the accommodation of TRANSIENT CUSTOMERS, jl most respectfully solicit a shareof their pat- ' Thankful for past favors, I mostrrespeetfully ' solicit a continuance of the same, ' J. F. PESTECOST, : jirael8 2m ' Proprietor.,- TO STONE MASONS. nunm T3T fTfG AT.Q WTT.T. TIP. UK. LO ceived by me, at my office in Fayettevillo, -till the first Stoiulaj- la- Jbbo. next, Tennew.-e, a "STONE JAIL HOUSE, twa stories high, ti- contain six cells below, iron doors, tin or other metalic roof, sewers, cistern, air fur nace for warming, etc., according to plan and specifications to bo Been at my office Also, a BRICK nOUSE for Jailor's residence, with four rooms; eighteen by twenty feet. Payments will be made in cash as the work progresses tne wnoio-io Dacomnioiea in iweivo months: R.JARQUHARS0N, Chairman Board of Commissioners. may3 4w tt t vit-i. r.fr..!in. and forward bill to this office. FayetteoxlU Uoterver. POSTPONED. TVib Plans nnd Snecificaiions for the above I Jail and Dwelling House will bo ready for in spection ONTHE 15th OF JUNE.and bids for , thework will be received till the last Saturday -"ftffc IwitLIAMSON. Architects, Nashville, Tenn. maySO tiljune29 JAMOES BDDDLE & CO., 41 Bullitt Street, Manufacturers ami Proprietors of HURLEY'S Compound Syrup of Sarsaparilla. i HURLEY'S rS'TOMfcto Bif.TEftSi . jf - . IHURLEY'S AGUE TONIC, 4 HURLEY'S WORM CANBY. Extract Jamaica Ginger. Dr. Seabrook's Soothing Syrup. HARTMAN'S Oriental Pearl, Iirops. :bettison's Engltsh - IIor.se l:inaiHeat. SEATON'S Chemical Writing Fluid. apr5 In Chancery at Nashville. State of Tennewec Office Cleric and Master, Chancery Court at Nnsbvilie, April the 2Stb. 1S67. Horace Mi Durgin. complainant, rs. Louisa F. Dargin, defendant. TT APPEARING FROMAFFIDAVIT FILED JL in this cause that defendant, Louisa F. Durgin, is a non-resident of the State of Tenneueo : it is therefore ordered that she enter her appear ance 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, 14367, and plead, answer or demur to complainant's bill, or the satce will be taken for confessed as to her and set for hearing ox parte, andtbarawpy of this crdcr be published for four consecutive weeks in thf Nashville Union and Dispatch. A copy-Attest : M. B. HOWELL. Clerk and Master, McClanihan k Clare. Sol'rs for compl't. nne27 w4t In Chancery at Nashville. State of Tennessee Office Clerk and .Master. Chancery Conrt at Nashville, May the 6th, 1367. James W. Hamilton, Complainant, vs. Richard Brotherton, Defendant, f T APPEARING FROM AFFIDAVIT FILED x in tbUcantethatdcfcndant, Richard Brotber-i ton is a nsn-rosident of tho State of Tennaj seat It ia therefore ordered that he enter his ap- Searance herein belbro or within tho first three ays of the nexttermof said Court, to be held on the tint Monday in November cext,18S7, and plead, answor or demur to- complainant's bill, or the came wiil be taken for confessed as to him and set for hearing ex parte, and that a copy of this order be published for four eonseeu-tlve-weeksin the Nashville Unionind Dispatch. A copy Attest: M.B.HOWELL. Clerk and Master. Abram L. Demoss, Sol'r for Coap' " jcZ7w t In Chancer at Naahville. Sfate ot Ttnncssee Office Clerk and Muter, Chancery Courtat Nashville. May the 221, 1S67. "Wing.Tobey k Co. et al., complalnanti, va. Geo. F. Case at defendants. TT APPEARLNR FROM AFFIDAVaT FILED 1 in thii cause that the defendant, C110.F, Case, is a non-resident of the Stats jf Ttnnse i it it therfore ordered that ha enter bis appearance herein before or within the first three days' of the next term of said Court, to be held . on tee first Monday in November aext,lK7, and . plead, answer or demur to complainants' bill, or . the saao will bo taken for con fetsed as Co him and set for hearing ex parte, and that a copy of, thU order be pabUshed forTonr consecutive weeks in tho Nashville Union and Dispatch. ', A copy Attest; M.B. HOWELL, Clerk tmd Matter, McCIitaahan & Clare, Sol ri forTotapl't. ' Junta w4t In Chancerj at jSathrille. 8taie of TeUnewe Office Clerk and .Master, Chancery Conrt at Nashville, May th lEth, 1427. AnnStothard eral., complainants, vs. Ho raia H. HarrUon et als, defendants. TT APPEARINOFBOM AFFlDAVITFrLED X in this cause that tho defendant, Zf.E. AlJo way, is a son-reuient of the State of Tennes see . it is therefore ordered that hu enter hi appearane her tin before or within the first, thiee daya of thof next tenant laid. Court to be hcial on t fc first Xndayju Novemberiext. 157 and plead, answer ot 'demur toeotapiainfcats'buLj ! ue the same will La taken tot4atensii atto-hlui and set for bearinrx parto,--aad that a copy of this order be published for iVir xoasocatlva weeks fn the Nathville Union nail Dispatch - A copy-Attest t MfE SO WELL; Cieife ai HattT. Sate k. Williaaa. Abram L- Dejnops, fiol'n for complainants. jane2i wH Xerehnciiit. and MRMHftrtarer JEWELRY ASSOCIATION, 193 asttl 195 Broadiray, INEW YORK CIT1, i 'O F ROSEWOOD PIANOS AND MELO deons. Fine Oil Paintinm. EnTntin s;il. verWare, Gold and Silver Watchesand elegant Jewelry, consisting of Diamond Pins, Diamond Rings, Gold Bracelets, Coral, Florentine. Mo saic, Jet. Lava, and Ladies' Sets, Gold Pens with gold and silver extension holders, Sleeve BuU tons, sets of Studs, Vest and Neck Chains, etc", etc, valued at $51,0 0 0,0 0 0, FOR OXE DOLIR. Tle XerchBt' aad MaanlactiirKni' Jewelry AsneciatinH calls your attention to the fact of its being thelargest and most popu lar Jewelry Association in the United States. The business ii and always has- been conducted in the mwt candid and honorable manner. Our rapidly increasing- trade is a snre guarantee of the appreciation nf our patrons for this method V obtaining rich, elegant and costly goodr. The sudden stagnation of trade in Europe, owing tq the late German war, and recent disastrous finan cial crisis inBurope. has caused the failure of a large number of Jewelry houses ia London and, Paris, obliging' them to sell their goods at a great sacrifice, in some instances less 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 the most valuable prises than any other .establishment doin i similar business. OUR AIM IS TO PLEASE, and we respectfully so licit ydur patronage, as we are confident of giv ing tho utmost satisfaction. During the 'past year we have forwarded a' number of the most valuable prized to all parts of the country. Those who patronise us will receive the full value ef their money as no article, on our list is worth less than ono dollar, retail, and there are no blanks. Parties dealing with us may depend, on having prompt returns, and the article drawn will bo immediately sent to any address by return mall Or express. The' following; parties have recently drawn valuable prizes from tho 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, $450 j Miss Anna L. Frost, Waverly Terrace, New York city, ladies' gold enameled and diamond set Watch, value, U300; William B. Emmons, New Orleans, La., Sewing Machine, value, S75; George L. Davenport. Mobile. Ala, Silver Tsa Set,-value. ,200; Mbs Lucy Orcntt. Albany, 111.', Sewing- Machine, value, $C& Mrs. Mary J, Downing. Louisville. Ky., Gold Watch, value. $3)0: James B. Fowler, Itarrisburg,' Pa - silver hunting case Watch, value, 'S75,' -Rev. William Feyser; Milwaukee, Wisv Wheeler k Wilson. -Sewing Machine, value, $125: J.'J. Bickford, San Francisco, Cat. gold lined silver Tea' Set, value. S300; Edward L. Rice, St. Louis, MoM Mclodeon, vnlua, $250; Miss Helen E. Sinclair, Detroit, Mich., diamond cluster Ring, value. $225; Horatio G.xFrost, Chicago. 111., largo Oil Painting, value, $300; Mrs. Charlotte E.Hewins, Doniphan. Kansas, Chickering Grand Piano, value, $700. and Music Boxy-.valne, 65. - Many names could bo placed on the list, .but we publish no names without permission. Our .patrons are desired to send us United States cur rency when convenient. 'Partial Xtet ef Articles to bo Hold far OSE DGIXAR SACW, without regard to valne, and not to be paid for . until yon know what yon are to receive : 10ChickeringGrandPiano3, worth $500 to $700 15 elegant Rosewood Pianos- 200 to 450 15 elegant Melodeons, rosewood case 175 to 220 50 first class Sewing Machines-... 40 to 300 75 fino Oil Paintings ....... 30 to 100 150 fine Steel Engravings, framed - . 20 to 30 0 Music Bcxes 25 to 10 150 revolving patent Castors, silver 20 to 40 50 Silver Fruit and Cake Baskets ... 20 to 3n 400 seti of Tea and Table Spoons. 0 to 40 150 Gold Hunting Case Watches war ranted : SO (o 150 100 Diamond Rings, cluster and sin- Sle stone- 75 to 260 old Watches 85 to 150 300 Ladies' Watches.. . . GO to 100 600 Silver Watches 20 to 75 Diamond Pins. Brooches and Ear Drops, La dies' Sets of Gold and Coral, Jet and Gold, Flo rentine, Mosaic. Lava and Cameo, sets'of Studs. Vest and 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 extension holders, and a large assortment of fine Silver Ware and Jewelry of every description, of the beat wake and latest styles. A chance to obtain any of the above articles for One Dollar, by purchasing a sealed envelope for Twenf y-five Cent. Five rsaled envelopes will be sent for SI, eleven for $2, thirty for $5, sixty-five for J10. one hun dred for $15. AgentN Wattled Everywhere. Unequalled inducements offered tn Ladies and Gents who will act as sueh. Our descriptiro cir culars will bo sent on application. Distributions lire made in tho following man ner : "Certificates naming 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-fivecents. On receiving the certificate, tho purchaser will see what article it draws nnd its value, and can send one dollar and receive the article named. Purchasers of pur sealed envelopes may, In this manner, obtain an article worth from one to five hundred dollars. Long letters are unnecessary. Have thekind ' ness to write plain directions. Orders for sealed envelopes must in every cose be accompanied with the cash, with the name of tho person send ing, and town, county and State plainly written. Letters should be addressed to the managers, at follows : JACKXOV, COKXINH Jk CO., 193 and 195 Broadway, New York. mar31 3m ' J. LUMSDEN & CO., " MANUPiCTDBCaS AKD nCALKRSIX HIDES, OILS, LEATHER Findings, Curriers'. Tools, Ko. SOUTH MARKET STREET, No. 9 NASHYIM,K, TENNESSEE. Inlyl3-tf EDGEPIFLD AGAIN. Second Chancery Sale, FBIIAY, JU.VE a8, 1867. TN PURSUANCE OF A DECREE OF THE JL Chancery Court in the case of W. Greenfield and others vs. A. J. McWhlrter, we will offer t public auction on the premisoi, at 11 o clock, JfKIDAT, JUNE 28, 1887, Seven Lota. 79 to 85 inclusive, fifty fett brlTO, on Smiley street, in Fortert i Addition. These lots He near the residence of Gov. BrowD, and within a short distance of the Gallatin Pike. T nay are most choice lots, and, are beautifully l0TERMS A credit of six. twelve, eighteen and twenty-foar months, with Intrttst. Notes with approved personal security require! and lien retained. Salo free from redemption. MORTON B. HOWELL, C. and M. ARRINGTON.FARRAR k WBAKLEY. Ag'ts. No. d Public Squara. June 8. 1S67. td In Chancery at Nashville. State of Tennessee Office Clerk and Master, Chancery Courtat Nashville. Jane the 3d, 1SS7. William Connell, complainant, v. Ell L. Woods et al defendants. rr APPEARINGTROM AFFIDAVIT FILED in this cause that defendant, Robert Ewintr. Is son-resident of the State of Tennessee : Hi? il,oTnri nuitirnl that ho enter hli asbearance herein before crwlthin the first threw days of the next terra or saitt uourt. to pe new on uie first Mondarln Novembernext.1967, andplead, answer or demur to complainant's biUTcr the fame will be taken for confessed a to him and set for hearing ex parte, and that a copy of toil order be published for four consccntire weeks Sn thvJ Nashville Union and Diipatch. A copy Attest . M.B.HOWELL. Cltrk and Matter. N. k Ed. Baxter, f ol'rs forcompl't. Je2i wit In Chancery at Nashville, State of Tennessee Office Clerk and Muter, Chancery Court at Nashville, May the 3d, 1807. Simon k Wallenberg, complainants, vs. H. Frankland et als-, defendant. -TT APPEARINO FROM AFHllAVrr FILED in this cause that the defendant, H. iraak Hn.is a Bon-resident ol the State or Tennes see : it is therefore ordered that he enter hit ap pearance herein before or within the first thwj days of the next term of said Coars. to b held on the first MondaylnNovernberneXt, Iw, and niMul iT,mrar orHnnnrtoeonnlainiinty bill Or tbe same will be taken for canfewed -Us to html nH ut fnr hnrirr ex Darte. and that a copy OP thU order be published for four eonieeutive: WMkaintthoJfashWlls UntottawI'Dapatehfcf A coD-r Attest : M. B. HOW ELL. -nk Rerkandilaster,. frHtggfe, Sorr.for compijt.-.1; jttceR wjt. ' Ih Chancery at NShvillc. m Stat of TenneeMe-0c Clerk and Matter, Chancery Court ntNaibville,Maytho 22d, 1ST. The Fitst Naticnal Bank et alU'complttnanU, vs. Frank K. J'erriu et als.. defendants, i T APPEARING FRO VITJETLED a this came that the defendant. S. Anbacht ACO..C r. wwstcott, uaaau woods, n .ison. PeUrs Cu.." Wm. 11.' 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For countinc-housce, banks or schools, it is unequalled, and needs only to be tried to be approved. For sale hi Druggist and Merchants everywhere. JAMtVRUDDLU CO.. Proprietors. Corner Seventh and Green streots, , t- Louisville. Kentucky R, A. ROBINSON k CO.v Wholewle Ag'U. Louisville, Ky. For sale by Berry, Demoville k Whartoai .T K. Harwell: Lttterer k Cable-, Pullisaii Ma Culough; Blood A Gregory, Na9hille: and by all Druggists. junets bd.tw tAxr. row saie. A VALUABLE TRACT OF LAND, SITt ated in the neighborhood of Triune, Wll Hamsun county,. TeuncsaeerU offered for sale by the subscriber. The soil W iieb, and U well adapted to the production of cotton, wheat, com and other cereal crop. It linear the Nashville and NoIensrilIeTurnplk,'and very convenient to two-academies and several churehej. and Is surrounded by excellent society, it is finely watered with a creek of running water entirely through the land, and neveral never-failing springs. It IS well adapted to blue grass, and tne bottom land to mjadows. Au excellent stock farm might be inaQe of it, on account of the water and the hill land, being suited for grass. The tract contain 0 acres, and if the purchaser should desiro it. adjoining lands can be purchased. A bargnlncaabe bought by apply ing to the undersigned, or to John i. Clay brook, who is authorized to sell it. . apr2 tf WILLIAM B. EEASLEY. In Clianccry at Nashville. Stato of Tennessee Office Clerk and Master Chancery Court at Nashville, April the Sitb, 1807 Rcid, Chadbourn k Co. et als,. complainants. vs. 8. W. Lacbs et als-VdefendanU. TT AEPllARING FROM AFFIDAVIT FILED Lla this eaue that the defendants, Louis Wit kouskl and Simon Wltkouskl are non-residents of the State of Tennessee: It is there fore Ordered that they eater their appearance herein before or within the first three days of the next term of Raid Court, to be held cn the first Monday in November next. 1SCT, and plead, answer or demur to complainants' bill, or the same will be taken for renftssedasto them and set for bearing ex ynrtW'aiid that a copy or this order be published for foureonsecutive weekstn the Nashville Union and Dipatch. A copy Attest t M. B. HOWELL, Clerk and Master. Philip Llndsley.yol'r forcompl'M. june7wt In Chancery at Nashville. State of Tennessee Office Clerk and Walter. Chancery Court atNsihviIlo, April the 2M. 1867. Henry B. Champion, complainant, rp. Jetnes W. Ooostreaet a!., defendants. TTAPPEARING FROM AFFIDAVIT FILED -1- in this cause that the defendants, Charles A. Campbell, Emma Campbell, sn- unknown child of said'Emma Campbell, an unknown sis ter of the-defendanf, Mary Goes tree, end the un knewn children of said unknown sister of said Mary Ooostree, are non-residents of the State of Tennessee : it is therefore ordered that they enter their appearance herein before or within the first three days of tbe next tens of said Court, to he held on the 1st Monday in November next. 1S67, and plead, answerer demur to com plainant's bill, or the same will be taken for confessed as to them and set for hearing exparte. and that a copy of this order be published for four consecutive weeks in. tho Nashville Union and Dispatch. A copy-Attest: W. B, HOWELL. Clerk ami Master. Michael Ytflghn. Sol'r for compl't e27 wtt In -Chancery at Nashville. State of Tennessee-Office Clerk and'Master, Chancery Court at Nashville, June the 10th, 1867. William Weh!, complainant, vs. ft. W Both -well etals., defendants. . TTAPPEARING FROMAFFIDAVIT FILED - in the second amended bill la thlsenusetaat the defendants. O. W. Bathwell. O. C. Miller. Bep. Huntln iton end Cat. Armstrong, are non residentr of cheStste of TenacMee: ft is there fore ordered that they enter theie. appearance herein beforeor within the first throe days of the next term of said Court; to be held, en the fin: Monday in November next. 1867. end plead, answer or demur to complainant's second amend ed bill.ortbesamo.will 'be. taken for confessed aitathem and ectfor hearings carte, and that a eopy of this order be ' Mlthel f'.r fear, con secutive weeks tn the iiasS, 51 ta Union and Dts pitch. A copy Attest : M-B. HOWELL 'Clerk and Matter. W. 0". Brien k Bstes, SoPrtfer eerapl't. june27 wit n In Chancery at Nashville. State of Tennessee OS Cleric sad Master, Chancery Court etWes hvllle. May the 4th. 1467 John D. James, complainant, vs. R. U Bingham t nil., defendants. TTAPPEARING FROM AFFIDAVIT FILED x in this cause that the defendant. RjL. Bicg bam. is a- nan-resident of the State ef Ten nessee : U is therefore order el that be enter his appearance herein before or within the first three days of tne next term of said Court, to be he.i on tbe first Monday in November nxt, 1867, and plead, answer or demur to complain -int'4 bill, or the same will be taken for consft as to bl and tit fir bearing est parts andtthat a eepy of ibis order be 'published far fsror eoaeeeative weeks in theNashville Unlun and Disrateh. A eopy-Attest: ' 41. . HOWHLL. Clwk and Master. Abram L. Demest, Sol'r for eo&itVt. 127 wtt In Chancery at NaaliTille. State of Tennessee OSee Clerk and Master, Chancery Court at NasbTnfs, April theattb. 1 7. Charles-Boaley, mplaintnf, vs. A. B. Meat A In thia. eanse that tha deftndaot. A, B. Montgomery, is non-reildent ef the auts of Tennessee it s tberefere urdered that he enter hu eppearaaee herein bief wc within .the Hat three days of the. next una af said Ccort. to be held eatbefint Mowfsy to Nevea her next, ISST. and plead, answer er demnr to eomplamant's bill, er the same will be taken for wnfewed as tn blm and'set tor hearfeg ex pane, rtod that a eopy of tpij "rder by PablUh-ai for fiar ronsteutire week in tbe aw-brille Faion VS&ttte: M.lWSCL. (AarkHaQd Master. Jubn Utii, Sol"r for eeapl't. ee7 wtt A dull b lslrlojr?AoUce. ttavino bbbn QUALIFIED A8 admi V JX,ir(roror MarrJ, Mky.dee J. I baieby notify ,aJl persons indebtl to her te ewrjfer ird and eiakioimedUt- psjeat. aaHXbese hoUict tienai aaKnr,wui wesestjaesa e to pi wSthTn'the'perrfid preenbWby law.tr tnty win DsisreTtr urrg(i. jonelS lm A. D. CREIGnTOy, AiJatV.