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Term of NnbiCrltiii. JIM? L0 uy. pr rr bdJtr. Ir week - Tri-WeeMr. per year - Weetctr. per year rrtmt Invariably ia sdvnee, ed the paper ii eoewtl mi mi when the time paid for expire. VotMtery eoiMHiHHUatMms. aentinlE itr nltBirtBtpew.ioHiUed frcm flfir nrUr Kw letters frera the variom rntei of tko State eafieoialty deiirod. TIIUILSDAY. 3VI.TT I. IS07. fcirscst Circulation in City and State for GOVERNOR KMEKSOtf ETIIERIDGE, OF WKAKLBY. - roa state skkats : FAR RRrBBBkMTjLTtrM: AVTTL,TTA.M TXtrV3SK. SVATr. CKNTKAI. COMMITTEE. .Ths C (Urr. ef DrWB. GtutirmfB. Ihk IUxtir, ef Knor. Wm. II. CAMPintLL, of Wilton. Umsit I). Thou as. of Humphrey. Jaxs JotJrat, of Greeae. A. A. Stbrlk, of Marshall. Cms.. Oamrrhk, of Shelby. Kxretttivu Committee Tor Middle Tell IIPBS I'C. Jtotw Lmatett. Jhhjt S. Bains, Bhh. Trabbwiicht, W. Matt. Bbow.v. ioxgiiiw.sio.vai. a.vii ri.oTniti.ir. conventions. On the reeewuiernktion of the late oon - venllon of tlie people of Davidnon county, a aMivenlion of the fifth CongrewMOiml dlstriet h eallcd, to assemble in Nashville eti the first Sstwrday in July, to nominate a candidate for Congress. The Conserva tive people of Davidson, Robertson, Sm Hr, Wilson, Williamson, and Cheatham oountiee will meet in their respective ooanty kiwns on Monday next, July 1st, to ap point delegates. Also, at the same time and place will be held a convention to nominate a candidate for the Lower Home of the General As tmmbly Air the notorial district ootupoeed of the eountiea of Davidson, Robertson, Mont gomery, and Cheatham, to whieh delegates will be appointed at the same time in various ooanties. the By order of the Middle Division Execu tive Cemmiltee. Jonx Lem.yett, June 34, 1807. Clwirmsn. IfTEAVS OP TITIE DAY. The tboruMJineter at Colniab-us, Ohio, on the 1st Inst., stood at 108 in the shade. There are now in Indiana about 3,700,000 head f sheep, and 156,000 doss. Judge Wayne, of the Supreme Court, it still dungeroutly ill, bat with prospects of recover-. It is learned that the request of Napoleon ami Queen Victoria to the government to give its friendly aid to nave Maximilian's life, did nt resell Mexico in time to be of any ue. The eitlient of Evansville. Indiana, voted on the 1st int. by a majority of 1114. to tabseride SKi.WO to the ttoek of the Evaneville and JFaehvillelrailroed. A general cloaine of Irar-rooms in Charleston. 8. Cvwa onforeed by military order on the 3d itiet. Mo drinks were to be obtained exeept at the betels. AjwBt (reedttien, named Frank Smith, baa atimsd to the Secretary of War for a cadet ship at Wert lioint. from the Charleston district of Sooth Carolina. AQalveston dispatch says : A Mosterey letter written previous to the execution, states that the Rmlieror had been stripped naked, and that Itsasbeue nrwented him witk a ehirt to cover htj nakedness. A distwtch has been received at Washington, over the cable from the Emperor Napoleon, Miring If the news of Maximilian's doath has been ."M firmed. An kSirmati e reidy was returned. Th repot t circulated that the Secretary of War Iiad deollned to relieve Gen. Sickles, is wtthsut any substance of fact. The President Mieweredthc General's application, June 21st, atnl ordered him to retain his command. We bare retorts of renewed outruces by the Sieux lydiatui in the vicinity of the North Matte. Five thousand Sioux have forbidden white wen to enter their territory. In Idaho, alee, there are continued depredations. The Charleston Merrttrv states that it is tin- 1 . i . I . t, 1 1 i. SWIwwl loai uenenii oickiw iittu aireauy itr rtVOA at oonclusions ssneornins: reeitration. cenerally the same as thove annouticed by the Aiterney General, before his opinion was pro ism tailed. Ool. Stanley Mathews, of Cincinnati, who was rrovsjst Marshal in this city in 1S6?. t entitled be litre the Judiciary Committee oh the Ht iat. Utat President Johnson, while on his way to iiaflHtHKiuu iu in iimuKaiBicu, i iiuu ill Ktii ettiuatt that if the country was ever saved it would have to be saved tlirouh i; reonranir tien of the Democratic party. The Kim of Greece at firet attcmptod to court the I'rineoss ot Kussia, by proxy. 1'or traits were exchanged and civil messages for warded. Imtjlio oxnressed the Kreatest renutr Hnce to the match. At last he went in perntn to tee the lady, and prospered so vrcll that she mmfeniru to ue marrieu in August. In connection nith the investigation retrardiuc the Surratt trial, it has transpired that themili- tAryoeurtwlneh sentenced Mrs. Surratt. also earnestly recoraended her to the mercy of the President This recommendation is in the handwriting of Hon- John A. liiiieham, then Atsmani ouugo Advocate. It has ssiei ally transpired that Count ller theuiy. tho French Minister, informed Seoretary Seward. that Maximilian had proposed to for mally abdicate .Mexico, p Provided the Constitu- tkinat AsefeJibly should be convened and a new shoiee of President be made. The approval of (lib iiraiultinn v.. T 1 : , ... I 1 Seward declined on the ground that it would be ioterf erring in Mexican attain. Tho Department of State learns from tho UHltett Wales coosuute at Palermo, June 6, that the Asiatic cholera bad Kin brokea out n tho south side of Stciiy, whore thirty and fsttf deaths occurred daily at Gontenti, in a papulation Of 3000. Several other places where ne SMlera prevails are ineniioMd. A Mhssse fair was held in the city tobacco warehouse of St. Louis on the 2d iost. Thir teR itresaiuMS were offered, ranging in valae frosu 130 to iW. Missouri. Kentucky. Virsinia. and West Virginia took the premium". The rst pretHium sold ior .1.50 per one hundred rwm&us. An eaoountsr occurred on the 2d inst., iu Waahincton City, between Jndse Fisher, of the CrinlMl Court, and the Maaws. Bradler. the esiinsslOsr Surratt. The Jades clinched one of thsssu but no bar was done, as they were MtVtklr ssperatsil. It appshrs that the diftcul tf aroKCosceniinir some ruliiw: of the J mire in theJiurnMt trial. J ml re Fisher has erinced Ms tH-tJudiees i the oass, ami pandered to non aW Mentimaat in his conduct toward Surratt MsUhsssauMsei throughout the trial, but he ssk iwMtewashius: a Maodr muMlary ooaimis swa a sssw basinets. Ko PirER To mokmow. This being the Hotiooal holiday, no paper will be ksssed frosn thie office to-morrow. Thk m who framsxl tiie constitution of ToitnaooM, were a pet of oki fogis ,j'hj jMitortsutted m singttlar notions. jKc instnnoe, they wre posespd witit tM idtsi tlmt Uie military were not the nMHt praper conernUorg of frasxlom, tiad tkj iarsed in ths "Bill of Rights" it ektise providiag that "in all eaes the MHry ntwll b kept ia strict pl)ordin tien to th civil ttority." Simple tndd aojk, if tby lmd bcjsxi Miowad with prophetic ken, they -would not have stasia thamgaivea a target for tho jils aad jaws of raeh "statacmen" ae BMwafow, Fletcher and t iia WMteT Iladicals labom lse raadaraii Tannewee fawow for all tlw to eosaa. The red-handed Kielaaan will U a "patriot," aria "Fighting Joe 9rpr,M who tareatena to put Naaitrille, witk Ha Mayor and police, in his breoehea HMkot, has entitled hitaaelf to eanoAtaa tan awoag Itadical aatnta, kile tlte raoollaotion of the aen who usgetwl the eaVonlSnation of the militk.eafieeislly the "lawal attltia," yeWl have paeeed n .tlralyfrasi Uto uiamory f those around tvhose rights they were vain enough to erected a protection whieh time oould not ibretik down.iiJt? ennnot lie said wc are riot progrp Thk Adbbm op HKiExwnrrtVE (m JtiTTEtt. We ffiviffe attention to this document, which appears in our columns this morning. It is a fearless and noble appeal in behalf of constitutional liberty, and should arouse to action and indus trious eftbrt the intelligent anRatriptic people of the State. While counseling moderation and obedience to law it urges upon all friondg of good government, whether voting or not, to lend their powerful aid in the coming election, in rescuing the public administration from the tyrannical and faithless. THE GOLD GItAli. Wliy and lij- Whom It Wni Pro? Iiorl Snpportel It A Trne IIlNtory or Hit- Whole JInttcr b.v One of the SonntorN. From tho. Lincoln News, (Senator Jo. G. Car- rigan Editor.) , Being the reputed father of this measure we propose to give a brief history of the whole matter, not that we feel at all soli cited to defend our own action in the trans action, but simply to relieve, of some em barrassment our friends, who do not under stand the full history of the measure. And what we slull say, we defy any man to deny ; as to ourself we challenge a rigid scrutiny through all our acts in the Le gislature, and feel conscious that we labored faithfully to do our whole duty. We re mained there for nearly two years, in a hopeless minority entirely powerless for good, and indeed the whole Conservative party there, constituted a mere balance wheel for the Radicals to run the Stat; machinery to the dishonor and mean op pression of the people. We state a positive fact when we say, the entire rank and file of Conservative lost all hope of being able to arrest the sweeping tide of tyranny, fanaticism and disgrace that continu ally increased iu proportion, and maduees, and acting for ourself, we determined to lose no chance to render the party as odious and flagrant as was in our power. And in consultation with Senators Frazier, McFarland, Thompson and Smith we told them that if the Iladicals would permit us to work in the lead for a while it waB no less a duty than our right to drive the whole concern into the land where "Ward's ducks are said to be.'' The Conservatives were not running the State government the Radicals had it in their power to defeat this very measure as well as all others, and when they permitted us to get in and drive, we were determined to drive over the nrst frightful precipice that we oould find, and this gold measure being freely discussed among the members at that time, we introduced a resolution, No. 40, raising the per diem of members from four to six dollars per day, assuming a gold basis for the apology. Now the 23d section of the 2d article of the consti tution says that four dollars per day shall be the compensation of members, and that their per diem shall not be increased during the term ot itieir onice. We so framed and amended our resolution as to make the conflict plain and palpable, and witn no other motive in view than to ren der the rutin? and sroverninir faction ob noxious and intolerable to the great body ot the people ; we voted lor it as did every Conservative Senator but two. Again, members of the Legislature can- iiubajiijrujiriaie money uui oi ine treasury by a resolution, but it must be done by a law, which must be read in each house on three different days, and signed by each Speaker ; and the fact of the passage of the resolution lsnoevidencsthut those who voted for iu passage would vote for the passage of a law, in obedience to the con stitulion, on the same subject; and on the 8th day of March, 1807, when the law was passed on the same subject, we find that it was passed by the following vote, every one of whom are Radicals except Major iiiompson : House bill Mo. 632 was nut upon its final passage, and the vote taken ayes and noes ayes, 15; noes, 0. I hose voting in the aihrmative were: Aldndge, iiosson, Cate, Hall, Keith, McKinney, McElwee, i'owall, ralterson.tjmith, bpence, Trimble, Thompson, Robinson, and the Speaker of the Senate. Senate Journal, page 43S. Here we see that every single one who voted for the hill appropriating this cold money to themselves were Radicals but Major Thompeou. Now every man of sense in the Slate knows that the monev was appropriated by the bill and not the resolution a bill which we did not vote for, nor any Conservative in the Senate but one, anu lie to carry out the original de sign oi uie wnoie movement : these are facts upon which we defiantly challenge any Radical in the State. The commiltte that reported the resolu tion was composed of Radicals, save our self, and they instructed us to report in favor of the resolution that was adopted, which was drafted by John Trimble, and reported to the committee by him, and ofl'ered in lieu of our resolution and he voted for the bill appropriating the money referred to by the resolution.- Again, if the bill No. C32, had not passed, no money oould ever have been drawn out of the treasury by or under the resolution hence the motrey was appro priated by the bill and not by the resolu tion. This is another fact that no man of sense will deny. Hence all the eflbrts of the Radicals to make it appear that this was a Conserva tive measure totally fail when we go to the proof and the record. The Radicals were out generalled in this matter, and were trapped into the scheme before they were conscious of it. This ia a true history of the entire measure, and we feel well satis fied that no one will fault us for what we did ; if they do, we have no apology to make to them, and no favors to ask of them. We feel thankful to the people of this Senatorial district for the honor con ferred on us, yet we are too independent to "sue for peace." Our record will show that we assiduously labored to defeat the wild and extravagant measures and vile purposes of the Radical party openly for two years, and in this last measure we did nothing but what we would do again with out hesitation, under the same circum stances. Again we say, and appeal to the law, that this gold money, over which there is so much fuss, was ttaased by a vote of four teen Radicals in the Senate and all the Radicals in the House. And wc further say, that if it had been in our power to have rendered this infa mous and rotten Stale government intoler able to tins people we would have done so. for we do believe that it will be by this means alone that the overthrow of the present State government will be accom plished in the end. It is true that the remedy is a bad one, bat not so bad as the Ldisenic. No New Tkrms op Kbconstrcction. The Chicago Tribune of the 36th nit. urges that Congress propose an amendment to the Federal constitution, declaring the principle of universal suffrage as funds mental and depriving the States of the power to disfranchise citizens of thoTJnited States, except for crime. But it says that this shonld not be a new condition ot re construction thus : 'In savin E- that in our opinion an amend ment to the constitution, making the elec tive franchise the right of every citizen of this republic, oticht to be proposed by Uon- gross at its forthcoming session, we are ut terly opposed to the idea ot prescribmgany new tern. 8 of reconstruction ; and we would not, in any manner, have the admission of the Southern States depend on their ratifi cation of such an amendment. The idea oua-ht not to be tolerated for a moment, that the people of the North, having laid down. tliesr conditions, and distinctly promisen the South that her representatives shall be itted when these conditions are com- nlied with, will refuse to carry out their part of the agreement in the utmost good faith. the!nwmeot the people of the South shall comply with those terms. But while such an amendment as weliave suggested should net and will not be made a condi tion of reconstruction, wo are satisfied that the time has come to proposejt to the Le gisktnros of the several S tates." suppose tlioy had LATEST TELEGRAMS. MIDNIGHT DISPATCHES. COXUKKSSIOXAI, PROOEEIMXGN. Senate. Washington, July 3. The Senate met at noon. Mr. Sumner asked leave to enter a pro test against the resolution calling Congress together, asserting that, so laras it provided. for an aujiUTumeni. wiuiuui uay, in uie absence of a quorum, it was unconstitu tionali The law was that a qtiornra should be present, but it was not. Was the reso lution, to be taken a a precedent for the future? The roll was called and thirty-four Sena tors answered to their namoe. The Secretary was instructed to inform the Houseof Representatives that a quorum of Senators were present at 12:25. The Clerk of the House informed the Senate that a quorum in the House was present. Mr. Sumner offered two petitions. Mr. Fessenden ejected to the introduc tion or reference to any business not direct ly connected with the subject for which it is well known Congress had met. After debate the petitions were ordered to be laid on the table for the present. Mr. Wilson offered a bill in addition to the several reconstruction acts. It consists of two sections. It first vacates all civil offices in the Southern States within thirty days, and authorizes the commanding General to retain the'present incumbents; makes new appointments, and orders elections. The second authorizes boards of registration ; refuses to register persons applying to be registered when they have just grounds to believe they are seeking to evade the re quirements of the law, and to strike from the roll within twenty days all persons re gistered and afterwards proved disqualified. The bill was ordered to be printed and lie on the table. Mr. Sumner introduced a bill for univer sal suffrage the same, with slight amend ments, as that offered last session. Messrs. Drake and Fdwards offered bills on reconstruction, which were ordered upon the table. A committee was appointed to wait on the President, and inform him the Senate was in readiness to transact any business. Without waiting for the report of the committee, the Senate adjourned until Friday. IlOU-iP. More than the usual hubbub and excite' ment marked the reassembling of the House. The Speaker at noon called the House to order, and all the members were called. During the progress a message was received from the Senate announcing it had a quorum, which was loudly ap piauded. 'ine apeater stated that one hundred and twenty members were present and directed the clerk to notify the Senate that a quorum ot the House was in ses sion. Rev. Mr. Boynton, Chaplain, ofiered a prayer from the Mpeakers stand The first business in order wa3 the ad ministration of the oath of office to mem bers elect not sworn. The members from Kentucky having presented themselves lor that purpose, Mr. Schenck, rising to a question of privilege, objected to the oath being ad ministered to G. D. Young, and presented the protest of Samuel McKee, formerly a member of the House, on the ground of the disloyally ot loung. lhe protest, he said, was accompanied by a protest of cit izens of the fourth Congressional district of Kentucky, maintaining by affidavit the tacts alleged, anu asKeu that the papers might be referred to the Committee on Elections Mr. Logan offered the following as an amendment: Whereas, There is good reason to be lieve the elections recently held in the State of Kentucky for members of the 40th Congress, the legal and loval votera in several districts of said State had been overawed and prevented from an expresaion of their will and choice at the polls by those who have sympathized with, or actually participated in the late rebellion. and such elections were carried by votes ot such disloyal and returned Rebels; and, Whereas, It is alleged that several of the Representatives from the State of Ken tucky are disloyal; therefore, Resolved, That the credentials of all members elect from the State of Kentucky, be referred to the Committee on Elections, to report at as early a dav as possible, and that pending the report of said committee none of said members be allowed fo take the oath of office and admitted to seats, A message was received from the Senate announcing the appointment of a commit tee on the part of that body to join a like committee ol the House, to wait on the President. On motion of Mr. Farnsworth, such a committee was ordered on the part of the House, and Messrs. Farnsworth, Spalding and Wood appointed The question of the Kentucky members was again taken up at Mr. lirooks request. Mr. Schenck stated that affidavits were ex parte. Mr. Eldridge, rising to a question of order, reminded the Speaker that when he (JMdndge; undertook to make some point against the State of Tennessee, at the close of the Thirty-ninth Congress, the Speaker ruled the proceedings could not be inter rupted for any such purpose, and he in sisted on thes ame ruling now. I he Ispeaker corrected Mr. JildnitKe, saying on that occasion he bad ruled in ac cordancc with uniform usage j that it was for the House to determine what action should be taken when a member presented him self, and when objection to his taking the oath, the Chair had never ruled differently. If the gentleman from Wisconsin had offered a resolution that States should not be sworn in, it would certainly have been in order and it would have been for the House to determine the question. Mr. LIdridge remarked that lie had not risen on that occasion to offer a resolution, but to make a question of order, and the chair had ruled that the proceedings could not be interrupted. lhe Speaker said he had a distinct re collection that the ruling had always been the same; if the House saw fit it could de fer credentials. Hurrntt's Trial. Washington; July 3. The court an nounced that there would be no session to-morrow. Dr. McMillan was recalled and cross- examined slightly. Chas. H. M. Wood, colored barber, tes tified : In April, 1805, 1 worked at the shop of Booker & Stewart, on. E street, near the Grover shops, under the Ebbitt House. I knew Booth before the assassination ; I cut his hair and shaved him. and knew him well. Theprisonerwas asked to stand up. I have seen the prisoner before. On the morning of the assassination I saw him at Booker & Stewart's barber shop. I shaved and trimmed the prisoner's hair. Surratt came to the shop with Booth, McLaugh lin and another man. The three named talked about coming from Baltimore. I also trimmed Booth's hair. When I was waiting on Booth Surratt was in the rear of mc, and a small, thick set man, whose name I did not know, was sitting near the glas. When I was done waiting on Booth he got out of the chair and went in the back part of the shop where McLaughlin staid at the glass dis guising himself with false hair. Surratt had by this time taken a chair vacated by Booth; told me to clean him up nicely; Surratt looked like a man who had been traveling a short distance. Surratt called my attention to a scar on Booth's nock, which he said was a gun-shot wound. I had that morning shaved Surratt all but his mustache; this was about 9 A. M., for I had my breakfast and had been up to Mr. Seward's and shaved him; Secretary Stan ton was bv when 1 shaved Mr. Seward. I ! think Mr. Seward was sitting up in bed. Cross examined When the prisoner came to my shop there were several hands working ; witness described McLaughlin as a tall, handsome man, with black hair and moustache; ho wat'dreased in black ; Sur ratt had on light clothes: did not take special notice of Surratt; I bad never seen Surratt till then. Joa CinxDS, the ohampion cleg daneer of the world, at the Varieties. Jalj-2-3t . FIRST NATIONAL BANK I I I: ATM IT ViT r. T. V . Capital Jioek Paia in!. .,8250,000 Surplus or Contingent Fund, 40,000 Designated Depository of itje; United States. DEALS IV ALL EIKOS OF GOVfKN'MKKT SECCUITIKS, NTOCKS and BOJTDS, GOI.I) and NIIVYKK, REVENUE STAMPS ON HAND AND FOR SALE AT THE USUAL DISCOUNT. Sir Particular attention paid to Collections A. (J. SASF0RD, J. C. JIcCRORT, President. Cashier. HaprlS 3m ARE YOU 05? ray t7G.yo for a Policy of 1000 SPECIAL NOTICES. Mineral Water for Fourth of July. Those desiring the finest Mineral Water for ex cursion parties or ptc-nles on the coming Fourth July will please send their orders in immediate ly, so that they can be supplied promptly and without fail. McCobmack. Exax A Co., july2 3t 105 South Cherry street. Ice Cream Soda Water. C W. SMITH Druggist, corner Church and Vine streets, has just opened one of the finest Soda Fountains in tho city, with pure Fruit Juice Syrup. june22 lw GCXTUATIC fc SCMIFF, SO Cherry Ntreet, Two Doors above Union, Fancy and Variety Store. Having removed from 34 Union street, we respectfully call the atten tion of the public to our well assorted stock o Fancy Good, Notions, Willow Ware, White Ooods, Toys, etc., etc., which we propose to sell at prices to suit the times. juneS) lm llutcher'M Llchtnlng Fly-Killer will certainly exterminate these pe3ts, if its use is persevered in. Bewaro of bogus Fly-Paper, which some dealers keep because they can get it for nearly nothing. Don't be swindled. Ask for DUTCHER'S, which is sold by all live Drug gists. maySS lm O. Bohmc, Trimming and Variety Store, 139 Church Street. The latest Novelties of Trlmmlngn ami Fancy Goods received every few days. My expecta tions. that the ladies would patronize an cstab lishment hot easily surpassed in the Eastern cities being fully realized, I am now enabled td compete with any respectable house in the States or Territories. may23 tf 3Ietf leal. Not only in this city, but this entire country has become familiar with the reputation of Dr. Coleman, as the most reliable and successful practitioner, in his speciality, in tho South. Perhaps no physician has given1 moro attention to, and applied himself more earnestly and assiduously to dis;ovcr tho most speedy and positive euro of Diseases of Fe males, Diseases of a prlrnte nature, 9Ianhood's Debilities, Self-abuse, Ker. rons Debility, Sexnnl Infirmities, etc, than he has. Patients'who reside in the country can have the remedies applicable to their sev eral disorders forwarded to any part, carefully secured in a portable compass, and in every respect of convenient use. Ladies need not hesitate in applying for advice. A personal in terview is not alwaT3 necessary. Medicines, with instructions, can be administered through the medium of correspondence. Dr. Colcmnu may always be found in his Office, in the rear of his Drug1 Store, on Mc- Lemoro street. His medicines are carefully and accurately compounded by educated and accom plished pharmaceutists. Address, L. L. Coleman. M. 1).. aprll tf 210 Church St., Nashville, Tenn Snccial Notice. ON TnE OPENING OF A BILLIARD ltoom it is generally tho .custom, as every one unows, to nave several cnampions present to entertain tho public roa a frw hours; but on account ot so mucn suttering anion? our neonle, we thought proper to give the orphans of this city and poorot Cnattanooga that benefit, which we have done lor the last two weeks. And again, as it ii sometimos the custom of givinK premiums, such as watches, etc., and having proof of the Inst two weeks' business that the citizens of Nashville appreciate our efforts to help the needy, wo have therefore concluded to give ten per cent, of our profit to tho poor of Nashville, from the lstuav of April. lso7. ui to October 1st, 187, (six months,) which amount will be remitted weekly to the Mayor of Nash ville. We hope that the amateur billiard play ers and ttio imbue in generarwill appreciate the cause anu sustain it. CAUVIN & BKRTHE0L, mar30 tf Colonnade Billiard Hall. Bachelor'N Hair Dye. 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Tho Advertiser, hav ing been restored to health in a few weeks, by a very simple remedy, after having suffered several years with' a severe lung affection, and that dread disease. Consumption is-anxious to make known to his fellow-sufferers the means of cure. To all who desire it, he will send a copy of the prescription used, (free of charge), with the, di rections for preparing and using the same, which they will find a sure Cdbk for Consumption, Asthua,Bbokcbit:s, c. The "only object of tho advertiser in sending the Prescription, is to benefit the afflicted, and spread information which he conceives to be invaluable; and hopes every sufferer will try this remedy, as it will cost them nothing, and may prove a blessing. Parties wishing the prescription, will please address Rev. EDWARD A. WILSON, ltiiamsburg. lungs county, aew lorE, oet23 lydJtw ra-r-a- r..i.,.. ...... - ,. WOOL WANTJBD. WE 1VILL PAY THE niQIIEST MARKET 1 1 nnce for i my Thousand Pound3 Washed and Unwashed WOOL, without burs, delivered in our arenouse, IMo. Market street. ilUUli MCCKrJA X CU. aprffi 3m FiRENCH POMADE! A SURE AND RADICAL CURE FOR WEAK OR SORE EYES. For Sale at Wholesale or Retail, at IBOTJJjVSSOIV'S, (the Hatter's.) NO. 3S AORTJT CflERRT STREET. Sole Agency for the United States. j an e2l6t CnmLcrland University, LEBANON, TELViV. SINCE THE ADDITION OF GEN.STEWART and Prof. SAFFORD to tho Faculty, and the establishment of a PREPARATORY SCHOOL, Of the very highest grade, all the seven chairs in tbe Literary Department aro filled ee well that its friends would not exchange teacher with any other Col lace in America. -ft cxt session opens rrnsT moxdat is SEPTEMBER. For CoiAlornM. nnntr at th TtannA. nf XA.AA iee W. McDONALD. Lebanon. Tenn. Tanei u Attorney at Law. 3 Special attention will be given to Collee- tlens in Maury and adjinmz eouctie. une2Q3m Engine and Boiler. FOR SALE. A FIRST-RATE ENGINE AND Boiler in good order. Can be seen, and prictt.learned, by calling at this office. tujSI In NEW ADVERTISEMENTS ' r1 z i Nashville Klood fHorse Association. Members will please attend punctually. July! 2t GEO. W. DARDEN, Sec'ry. Constable Sale, TE WILL SELL ON FRIDAY MORNING. T V July 5. 1807, at 10 o'clock, on account qf A. J. Crieighton, C. D. C. afine lot of Furniture, Oil Paintings, Carpets. Mirrors. Mattings, etc. CRUNK. DODSON Jk CO . iulyt It No. 53 North Market st WANTED r VO EXCHANGE, A NEARLY NEW DOUBLE X Buggy for a gool leather top single one Apply to BAILY, 0RDWAY ic CO.. 3 Broad street. July 4 lw COLUMBIA FEMALE INSTITUTE . This Institution willbe re-opened on the NECOXD 3IOXDAY IX SEPTEMBER NEXT, Under the direction of the REV. GEO. BECKETT. Every effort will be made to afford the highest advantages for fc eta ale tJUuoation. ino course of study is both thorough and systematic, com bined with homo care and teaching. Professors of acknowledged ability have been provided tor ttie various departments, FACULTY; RT. REV. C. T. QIIINTARD..D.D. Visitor, REV. GEORGE BECKT. Principal. urns. K A- RKfiK-RTT t ice Principals- REV. DAVID PISE. D. D.. Belle Lettres. REV. JAMES N. TiSMPLE. Mathematics. MONS. A. ESTEVK. Musical Director. MISS SUSAN POLK. English. MISS SUEEGOG. English. MADAME L. ESTEVE. Vocal Music. -"For Circulars and all business transactions address KEY. J. N. TEMPLE, Columbia, Tenn. Widow of the late Bisoop Polk. july4 lm W. IE, WAJRXTS Seminary for Young Ladies XASnTII.I,E, TESX. t TNGLISH, LATIN. FRENCH, MUSIC, JLi irainting ana iloardm? Dennrtmenta urmir. passed in the North or South. Next se3sior session opens First JloniliiT In September. Send for a Catalogue. july 3 3t STRAYE OR STORES, fXS SUNDAY LAST. A LARGE RED J Milch Cow, with a white spot on top of rump, lniormation or ueuvory ol said cow win De liberally rewarded. BAM'L HODGES, july3 3t Cf rner Broad and Summer sis EIGHTH QUARTERLY STATEMENT Third National Bank OF X ASH VI EI. E. ASSETS. Loans and Discounts $351,723 92 TT G D..J. ,1 ? i vj. o. uuiiu.i uepusueu with U. S. Treasurer-..-$35,00a 00 U. S. Bonds on hand -340,fi00 00 1-JU Treasury Notes 105,250 00 540,350 00 rremium Account: Premium on U. S. Bonds Sight Exchange . Cash Items: Compound Infest Notes $210,980 00 U. S. Treasury and Na tional Bank Notes 115.301 47 25,133 10 350,261 47 Sl.377,419 62 LIABILITIES. Capital Stock $100,000 00 Undivided Profits 27.851 39 Individual Depositors and Certificates of Deposits - 81.225.483 39 45.851 39 Uue to National Banks 6,034 811,231.563 2 Sl.377.419 62 l. hnoiR JONK3, Cashier of Third National Bank of Nashville, do solemnly swear that the uuuve tiiaiemeni is true to tne best ot my know icugo mm uuuei. . EDGAR JOXE.S, Cashier. STATE OF TENNESSEE, 1 County op Davidson, j aworn to and subscribed before me, July 1, 1857. II. a. A. V. flUKVKLU Notary Public. luly.t lw INSURE YOUR LIFE W M. ST E W A Jt T, MANUFACTUBKK OF LVERT OKSCRIFTIO.V OP Iron Worlr, Bank Doors, Jail Work, Prison Cells, VAUIiTS ANI VAULT DOORS Wrought and Cast Iron Railings of every pat tern. Gratings, etc., and all kinds of Black smithing. :OK. MAKKET AXI ASH STKEET.S NASHVILLE, TENN. julyS lm GRAND Fourth of July Celebration, BV TnE Irish American Citizemi. Order or Prooesslon. Grand Marshal and Staff. Irish American Citizens. Other Citizens. Carriages, containing the President of the Day, the Vice Presidents, the Orator and Reader oi me declaration ot independence. Tho procession will form on- Colletre street. moving through College street to the Public Square; round the Public Square; thence through Cedar street to Vina street; un Vino street to Church street ; down Church street to summer street; and out Hummer street to the Grounds. The i procession will move on" punctually at 8 p clock a. M., and all are requested to be on hand oeiore mai nour. A cordial invitation is extended to all who uesiro tojoinintna procession. WJU.J.UYKJtS, Grand IVfuMhal A nnblin mcflin? v!i11aS FnrTN friVulnM. a. f iJHUI nfc-iuv vuurujuuse. 10 lur- ther steps for thu celebration. All are invited to attend. july3 2t INSURE AT HOME. Church Street Lots AT AUGOCIOX, OIS- TUESDAY, Otli JULY, WE WILL SELL ON THE ABOVE DAY. atll o'clock, on tho premises, TWO LOTS, fronting each forty (40) feet on Church street, oDDosite Polk avenue, beinz the DroDertr now occapied by airs. W. D. Cross, and formerly by Jonn Harding, sq. TERMS Ono-third cosh, bajaner. one and two years with interest. A. WtibbUJN & UU..Ago. ANDERSON, J01INSOK JtSMIin. jnly3 lw Thoroughbred Mare CBLOTCEBY SALE. PURSUANCE OF A DECRBB OF TnE Chancery Court in the ease f James Wnit- worth, Adm'r, vs. Ebb. Deming. I will sell at the Courthouse at Nashville, on SATURDAY, JULY 13, 18B7, All Iho interest of Ebb. Doming in the thor oughbred Mare, KITTY PORYEAK. and her two Colts. Durchased by him at the sale of D. T. .McGavock I property. The kind anil extent of the interest to be sold will be fully explained on the day of sale. TISrtMS CAS it. MORTON B. nOW ELL. iulyS td Clerk and Master. FO UBTIT OF JULY! FLAGS AND BANNERS, All ntee, for sale by JOHN YORK, Ko. 41 Union street. JnlySlt fZf NEW ADVERTISEMENTS '1 !.-- Jk- Infbliancery atTashviHe. Stato or 'lennesseft-umee Clerkjahd MasterJ Chancery C5art at Nashville, Marine 15tMU867J .rrR. t n t L t ; . IT. rt. isornciiiu, .cuuipiiuuaar, vs. ueo? fi Trimble, Adm'r. etc, et als., defendants. TT APPEARING FROM THE RETURN OF L the Sheriff in this cause that the defendants. W. D. Fulton, trustee, etc.. H. Saxton and J. V. Carmer, are not to be found, and that their resi dences are unknown: it is therefore ordered that they enter their appearance herein before or within the Srst three days of the next term of said Court, to be held on the first Monday In November next, 1S67, and plead, answer or de mur to complainant's bill, or the same will be taken for confessed as to them and set for hear ing ex parte, and that a copy of thU order be Sublished for four consecutive weeks in the ashvillo Union and Dispatch. A copy Attest: M B.HOWELL, Clerk and Master. Philip Ltndsley, Sol'r for compl't jy3 4tw -r In Chancery at Naahville. State of Tennessee Office Clerk and Master, Chancery Court at Nashville, June the 21th, 1807. Maxwell, Saul paw & Co. et als.. complainants, v. The Louisville and Nashville Railroad Co. et als.. defendants. TT APPEARING FROM AFFIDAVIT FILED JL inthe cross bill in this cause that A. L. Max well is a non-resident of the State of Tennessee: it is thereforo ordered that he enter his appear ance herein before or within the first three days of the next term of said Court, to be held on the firet Monday in November next, 1857. and plead, answer or demur to complainants' bill, or the same will be taken for confessed as to him and set for hearing ex parto. and that a. copy of this order bo published for four consecutive weeks in the Nashville Union and Dispatch. A copy Attest : M. B. HOWELL, t- trri. c- Clerk and Master. Rice & Thompson, Solicitors. jy3 4tw the arASHViira: Life fnsnraiice Company ARE NOW PREPARED TO ISSUE P0LI cies of Insurance, on coed lives, at the most reasonable rates. OFFICE MAXWELL HOUSE. OFFICERS. JNO. 31. HAMS, Pres't. J. W. HOYTE, Sec'y. T. A. ATCHISON. Med. Examiner. DIRECTORS. JOS. W. ALLEN, J. C. McCRORY. C. A. R. THOMPSON. Dr. T. A. ATCIiiSON. JNO.M. BASS, W.H.EVANS, J. W. HOYTE. QUARTERLY REPORT or THE Second National Bank OF NASHVILLE, On the First Stondn'y of July, 1867 RESOURCES. Real Estate 81,80140 Notes and Bills - 235,121 63 Over Drafts - - 3.762 22 Snspended Debt 4.573 23 Dno from Banks and Bankers - 86,230 50 United States Bonds deposited to se cure Circulation- - . 100.000 00 United States Bonds deposited to se- curo Deposits - 101,000 00 Other United States Securities- 2L876 22 Other Securities .-. 111.380 Cash and Cash Items - . 95,931 05 3745,677 12 LIABILITIES. Capital Stock SI 50.000 00 Surplus Fund 16,000 00 Circulation ..- - 87.605 00 Individual Deposits 333,985 64 United States Deposits 69,479 70 Due Banks and Bankers - 36.326 66 Profit and Loss andExehango 3,220 22 8745,677 12 W. J. THOMAS, Cashier, STATE OF TENNESSEE, Countt op Davidson, j Strorn and subscribed to before me, this thi 1st day of July. 18G7. A. C. NORVELL, N. P. july21t B.. G., P.1T. HOME COMPANY. CAPITAL, 8SOO.OOO. WASHINGTON COLLEGE licxlntrton, YlrRlnla. OEX. R. E. EKE... -President. Aided by a corps of twenty Instructors, includ ing a frotessor oi liaw. THE NEXT SESSION WILL BEGIN ON third Thursday in September, and end on third Thursday in June. Lexington may be reached by stage from Staunton or Goshen, on the Virginia Central Railroad: from Lynchburg by canal, or by stage from Bonsack's, on the Virginia and Tennessee Railroad. For further particulars, apply to Clerk of the Faculty for Catalogue. a july23w Xotice to Corporation Tax Payer. CORPORATION TAXES FOR 1807 ARE V- now duo. and the Book is ready and in the hands of the Collector. Tax-payers are request ed to come forward and nav their taxes without delay, and save cost. No interest charged if paid this month. A.V.RUTLAND. july2 lw Revenue Collector. mm IN YOUR OWN CITY. NASHVI17LE Sharpshooters' Association, irouRTri on? JTJXsr. GRAND SHOOTING MATCH Rneuiekorf's Park Garden, NEAR FORT GILLEM- PRIZES FOR NEARLY $500 TO BE Dis tributed. The same are exhibited at Badoux's Jewelry Store, on Union street, where ickets tor toe vanons Targets can be nan S Every one is invited to come and take part in the match. JOHN RUHM, 1st See'y. M. HEITY. Master. CONCERT AND BANCE. During the whole day of the above adver tised Shooting Match.lhcre will take place at my PABK GARDE TV, A Brilliant Garden Festival. 3ITJSIC ALL DAT CON-CERT DANCE. AND 43" Everybody is invited. an. Street Cars and Oinnibiues run from tha Public Square. juiy-i-c J)- Klil.MKliOK'. St, Nicholas Dining Eooms. Day Board per Welt ... 45 00 Roaril per Dny - 1 00 Single Meal, SO Cents." 83 Warm Lunch Free ererr dar nt 10 In 11 o'clock a- it-, and 11 to 12 p. m- junez STRAYED, ABOUT SIX WEEKS AGO, A SORREL HORSE ; hat white spots on back, is brand- w u. s. x. c, and noon split; tail large and bushy. A liberal reward will be paid for his recovery, by Thos. Harrington, corner Church and Knowles streets. junc2S 3t' tr-"u 'I" VTt KEEP YOUR &IONE Y HERE WE WOULD INFORM THE EATING ' i V public that new Flour (which is not oars) has ma4t it appearance on the market in sacks, with th name of our mills on idem. Not know ing to what extent thU mav ba dans. ra tranlii say that the genuine article will make iu ap pearance in the early part of this week, with pur regular trade brand on every sack and barrel. (JEO. C ALLEN i CO.. Agents Lebanon Milk, junedO lw Cor. College and Broad sts. ARE YOU 25? Pay $14.90 for a Policy of $1000. GRAVEL ROOFING. & RAVEL R00F3 PUT ON, REPAIRED, and warranted not to leak. Call at No. 95 north Market street. apr30 tf GRAVES. HOUCHLNS i CO. ARE YOU 30? ?17 Willy insure You for a $1000. WlffiT f WHEAT ? - f THE llIOlir-ST .HAltKKT I'ltUCE WW bo paid IN CASH for . VbraD MAEKETABLE WHEAT, Q00D At the RESURVOIR MILLS, near City AVater Works; af BRIEN & THAXTON'S. No. 69 South Cdlltee'slreot. andS. B. SPURLOCK'S, corner Broad and College streets. joiix j. arcCAXX. junel3Saisf our natonaTYolTday. GRAND CELEBRATION OF THE FOURTH OF JULY, 1807. rROGRAXKE. . Grand Marshal and Stan". Band of Second United States Infantry. Gen. Thos. Duncan, commanding District, and Staff. Fifth Regiment United States Cavalry. Carriages, containing the President of the Day, the Vice Presidents, the Chaplain, the Orator, and the Reader of the Declaration of Independence. General W. P. Carliu ami Staff. State and City Government Officials. Col.G. A. Woodward, commanding Forty-fifth United States Infantry, and Staff. Prty-fifth U. S. Infantry. Fire Department. Adams Express Company. Turners' Society. Fenian Brotherhood. The various Schools. Sons of Relief. Benevolent Societies, Other Societies. Quartermaster Department. Citizens generally. Walking. Citizens generally, Mounted Citizens generally, in Carriages. The procession will move promptly at 8)4 o'clock a. v.. forming on thecorner of Broad and Summer streets. The lino of march will be down Broad street to College street, up College street to the Pub lic Square ; thence to Cedar street, up Cedar to High street, from High street to Church street, and from thence to tho Chattanooga depot. Cars will there be in waiting to convey every one, without charge, to Bosley's Springs, a beautiful grove three miles from the city, and will run to and from the grove every hour during the day. The ladies are respectfully requested to bring their pic-nic baskets. The ceremonies, on arriving at the grove, will be conducted as follows : 1st. Prayer by tho Rev. Mr- Rutlcdge. 2d. Welcome address by the President of tho day Gen. R. C- F'oster 3d. Star Spadgled Banner, by the Band 4th. Reading of the Declaration of Independ ence. ' 5th. Song : "My Country, 'tis of thee" By the multitude. 6th. Oration. 7th. Yankco Doodle, with variations, by the Band. In the evening there will bo a brilliant dis play of Fireworks at the Capitol, with music by the band of the Second Infantry. SPECIAL NOTICE. In order to enable the procession to move at the hour heretofore indicated, viz., 8) o'clock jl- u and to prevent confusion, the different organizations will report on the ground in the following orderviz : Band Second United States Infantry; Gen. Tbos. Duncan and Staff; Fifth regiment United States Cavalry; Carriages containing tha President of the day, Vice Presidents, etc ; Gen. W. P. Carlin and Staff; State and City Government Offioiali ; On Broad streo , the right of the column rest ing on Summer street Col. Geo. A Woodward and Staff; Forty-fifth U S. Infantry ; Fire Department; Adams Express Company; Turners' Society and the Fenian Brotherhood: On Summer street, the right resting an Bread street. And tha various Schools, Sons of Relief, Benevolent Society, Oth-er Societies. Quartermaster's Department, Citixens generally, walking. Citiitens generally, mounted, Citir.ens generally, in carriage On Cherry streo', the right resting on Broad street. A large stand is now beinu erected at 11m- worth's Spring. Also, seaU for those desirous ol hearice tne oration. uancing grounds are being cleared our in fact everything h boing done to make tho day plea- pant to all. It is absolutely necessary that the various organizations, corporations, etc.. will be Dromnt- ly on the ground to take the positions assigned them in the procession, so as to move at the hour indicated. It is also urgently requested by tho Commit tee that all persons having National 11 airs will display them from their residence and stores during the day. TREOTCEf.1, MOORE, juue30 td Grand Marshal ARE YOU 51 ? Invest 837 lit a Policy of 81000. IMPORTANT NOTICE To Colored Soldiers, and Widows and Heirs or. THE FOLLOWING NAMED PERSONS are hereby notiQcd that their claims againt the Government for BACK PAY, BOUNTY, etc., due Colored Soldiers, have been allowed, and are requested to call at once at the head quarters ot the Freedmen's Bureau, on Spring street, near the Chattanooeo. Railroad Denot. or communicated by letter, and receive the eei1- ttlicate.i Tor tne amount due them, viz Armstrong, Junius Lawrence, Linsoy llurlef ton, Unas Cabbiness, Harriett ' Camiek, James Campbell, Hannah Cicil. Joseph Childers, Stephen Clay, Henry Cellers, llettie alias Hettie Sellers Day, Sallie Eastln. George Ellis, George Fricrson, Leah Garrett, Phillip Hamlin, Lncius Hardy. Henry Harland, Randall Hiekson, John House, Allen Hughes, Edward Jordan, Edmund Kinnard, Frank Knight. Louisa Bass, Braxton, Beckmann.Mary Bell, Jesses Bryant, William Blackwell, Jacob Carter, Henry Campbell, Isaac Cecil 2d, Joseph Clay, Henry Collier. Eliza Collier, Henry Dysent, John FowlerJVilliam Green, Emily Gregory, Pster Grundy, Ow?n, Hughes, Peter Hall.John Jackson, Lewis Johnson, Prycr Lewis, John Lvon,Samnel Miberry, Joteph McMurrey, Jerry Montgsmery, Jerry Neily, Alfred, Odom, Frank Parker, Payton Pryor, Iaae Reeves, James II. Roller. Polk Saunders, Henry i-.ee, unarie McClane, Lina Mackins, Washington Mayers, Lewis Monroe, Jim Nelson, Mary Nickcrson, Easter Paggett, Thomas Pillow, Samuel Pillow, Charles Porter, Major Rivers, Harrison Robinson, William Ruffin, Frtnk Smith, Edgar Smith, Matthew Qykes, Emanuel Tyler, Thomas Watkins, Lucinda Watkins, Eliza Watkins, Alex Webster. Wesley Barfield. Peter Barker, London Betty.Alfred Bradshaw, Hudson Deals, Jacob Butler; Joshua Carter, Alma Campbell, James Chambers, Luey Collis, John Crowell, Coleman DraHght.Mary Ford, Joseph Green, Nelson Green, James Gere. Alfred Hamilton, William JIH3, Jotm Henderson. Henry Jonw, William Knox, Anthoy Lynn, .Edward 31agol!a, Robert MeC'ally, Ueorge .utteneieau, Jnae Monroe. James T Nelson, John Oldham, George Peddle, Lemon Ratliff. Wiley Robinson, Anthey nogers, James Seller, Robert Stovean, Irene Taylor, Van Tindall. David Timmonds. Henry Walker, Edmund P'.r.wii?ei' auwn, wiiiiam Tarkidcr.Wesley Timstall, Maria Talentine, Edward William. Charles Workman. James Wrictit, Thorn m H. P. CARLIN. ilrt. Mai.Oen. U. S. A. 1 ob ng. Asst. Com , Tenn. ;ui4 zw NOTICE. A LL PERSONS ARB HEREBY WARNED J3l against trading fer a Due Bill drawn by at, for three hundred and seventy-five dlU. in fevor of Dri B. A. Herbert, dated in the month of October or November. 1SS6, at the seise has been paid by m In fall. j McOONNBLLfcHARDCASTLE. Nashville, Jane 25, 1S67. jeX tf HURIAT, LOTS rv ifnmkiai rT TtrOTi CEMETERY, FOR i i a xjcm SLnw b. Art Special Agists for Mount Olivet Cemetery Co. The Nashville Life Gomp'y, MAXWELL no Ufa;. APPLY AT ONCE. Temple Division ..20,S.ofT. rpHBRB WILL BE A CALLED JIBETINO X f the above DivWon on WEDJfBBDAY EVENING, July ad. at e"elok. Member are requested to be prompt ' n Ail W P " W. T. CARTWRIOHT. R S, Jaly22t :G.lt: AltEYOlTC5r? Tkqn 95S.20 1VIU Inaurcjouif 1000. the INSURANCE COMPANY OF NASUVILLB. COL'iaLviL., $200,000 FJ2UE, MJLRIXE, 15 D IXEAXU TKAXKPOKTATIOA l.lHGH Taken nt Eqaltnble Ilntco. 3Losses fairly adjusted and promptly paid"& Office. Second National Bank buHding, OaHeg street JOHN LUMSDBN. Prestfnt. W. J. THOMAS. Vtoo Preset JOSEPH If ASH. Secretary. ap!5-d6m-sp , KANAWHA SALT! KANAWHA SALT! THIS WELL KNOWN SALT IS NOW AR riving in large quantities. The barrels are good and strong, having Improved tho Mper age so as to meat the expectations et every Me The Salt will be SOLI) OX AS ;OOI) TEKJ1S As any Salt brought to Ttnncssee. Orders from the country respectfully setteHed tiEO. C. AIXF.X CO., Ageats. Corner of Broad and College streets. Nasfeviilo Tenn. aprK Sra f. 11867 LUMBER. 1867 STARTSMAN k WEIGH! CEDAR STREET, (Blow N. Jr'N. W. Railroad Trestle.) OFFER FOR SALE, AT THE LOWEST market rates, for Cash, a geaefet aefcttt- ment of BUILDING &U3IBER. Snc, Poplnr und Onk Scan tllny. and Joist. One, IU ami 2 Inch Yellow Pine nnd Poplar, seasoned. White Oak and Hickory. Ccdnr Plank nnil fiqnnre Posts. White and Blnck VTnlnnt. Flooring of all kinds. Ilridgo Timber cut to order d eoaetaat- .ly on hand. 1, 14 and S Inch White and Yellow vine, clear. Gravel Rooting done to order rial far sale. i nhI auti-e PHCENIX Mauufactnring Company, .NASHTIIiEE, TEWJ1. 1 lUNUfMOTBBtfW QP 1LS. 'Um- Cooking Taud Heating Steyea, Hollow- WlM cm not PEAinr ani oun-asidntae CASTINGS,, WATER AND GAS EI PES, STC ETC VEKAXOAHH, NI-OllE rilONTfl, and IKOX RAIEIAO, Sugar and Bark Mills, Portable and Stationary Engines, On hand and made te order. WORKS ON LEBANON PIKB. NEAR TY RESERVOIR. SAM'I. E. JOX11S, PreK't. JOHN TJlEXItATIf, Sec'y. may 2 2m INDIES ATOT YET SUPPLIED WITHTHrjlRSUM X iner dreses, will not fail te avail tbeaerv of the bargains R. T. KIEKPATRICK is offering in Lawns, at. Onrn Organdie. MoJambkuM, Urenadines, etc. lie is determined, if possible. to close out his maimer stock, and to de sg. has this daymarked them down reaanllefts efeeot . so to thos n j . 1. .wnnt miuuI. .ha.n n a imr Lm f V. d time, lie has also a fine stock ot Staple toed. ndaoted to allseasons.surh at Linen and Cotton Sheeting', Irish Linens, Table Linens, Napkins. Towels. Curtains and Curtain gewk, Ilaetery. Uloves. Laces and Embroideries, ete., whlafe be will sell as cheap as any house ia the eeuatry. June IS lm. "GREENXEAF" BAGGING AND ROPE. WE ARE THE SOLE AGENTS FOR THE above justly celebrated brand of BAGGING AND HOPE, and are prepared te fill eiders at Afmafiiererw's prieei. Call and see samjAM. SMITH .tPARKBS. CoarabMles MeresaBU, lane U 2w 14 and 1 AIarht street. EVMS, FITE & CO., Wholesale Merchants, WO I MOT BtOCK, NASHYILLB. .TBKXBS6KE. WE ARE NOW IX Rc30BIPTi9ftA LAM aed well teleeted STOCK OF GOOauS, SUITABLE KMC Spring and Summer Sales, To which we eajl the attMtiea ef XerefceaU visiting Kaehville. Our siwk eemliU of Foreign and Domestio Drygoods, ci.oTrn?;o, COOTS, shoes,: fit M 'i- jiosimn OIOVS RIBBONS, TRIH33tKW(3S, ETC., KTC-. TO. , . EVANS, FITE fc CO. a?-HO GOODS SOLD AT RETAIL, mar" 3m Church Property for Sale. VtTE OFFER AT PRIVATE 8AL8 THK V V larze and rumtnoiliotM llriak Cllmtefc. Elm itreeO, 8ulh Kaitirilla, n&d epmetl) Firemen' Hall. The baitdingeaA beeoverted into two larre and excellent tutom bom. and Is well located tbrjhat pnrif. We offer tht property at a pr Baeo Mjew its real value, ana en erediU ef efcr. twetM. eighteen, twentr-fcur. thirty abd iMrtr-tlz months, with interent. . , Any Infsrmatien desired will be fomiekea ky Morton B. UeweH, BnT JUffl.,B Courthense, or by A.VBlgUtf w- jraea 1 w 'c. 0 5. Chry sU iA & . su.