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tfcfa MMMt MM r. .
ThoMiivIIle via StAjcc.' .
1W MaWit-- - Tssla$-5:15 p. u.
Jortlnn'H Store vln SI a;je.
Monday 10 midnight 19 p.m.
Wednesday d .--" ' t&V
Odico Hour.
fYawT a. v. i4r- m. Sandftys, 7t A.y.
KAII.nOA. TRIE TABLE.
KASH VILLE AND DBCATOR RAILROAD LIKE.
OoiumMa Accommodation Train :
Arrivo ai Kahvle 9XK a. m.
LeSe " ........... 4,09 p. it.
Moil nsA Aeoowniftdatler Train :
l.eavo WftrfiTine nt 630 x.u
Arrhre at H afbvllle 1.45 P. u.
.Memphis, Mobile and N. 0. Rxpre:
Leave Naskvilie at 7.00 p.m.
Arrive at Nashville 1.30 a.m.
LOOTSiVILLE AND WASIIVIIiLK UAITiROAD.
Leave Nathalie at .08 a. v. and JJWp. u.
Arrive at lttr!fl at- 1.00 p. v. and 1.45 a. m.
I.wive ' 6.2JI . M. nnd SXft r.w.
Arrive nt Nashville at- 4 M P. . and 4.60 x.-m.
PengrOflr attached to Freight Tnin :
Lmt Nashville at- . S.'23r.M.
Arrive at Nashville -11.50 a. m.
XA8IIVII.LE AMD CHATTAKOOOA RAILROAD.
Leave Xoshrille at 5.15 a. m. ami 5.15 p. it.
Arrive at Jfeelby ville- .05 a. m. and 9.10 p. m.
Arrive at Ofaaiteneoza-- 1 JO p. M. and ZOO a. m.
Lniv OnaUaneon 6.10 a. m. and 7.60 p. u.
Arrive at Bartirule 4J a. m. and 3.6) p. m.
IaVes fteftyville -V0B a. m. and 11.25 a- m.
AniTe nt flaiirJMe 11.10 a. v. and .50 p. .
(5days extcpted.)
KASnVILLBAWDXORTHWIlBTERK RAILROAD
raMevger Trains.
Leave KaAvWleat .-4.40 p. m
irrfTes at J6hn'ville at 10- r, u
Loarea Jkinrille at M a. m
krmm at KartT411e BJ0 a.m..
XMIDFIBLD AND KEKTOCKY RAILROAD.
Arrive at Xwhrllle at SMa.v.
Leave ataville at 1 JO p. it.
"BRoffXiows opuftoar of the
COI.ortEB PEOPLE."
Thk important campaign document
may be had by calling at my office, No. 27
Colonnade Building, Cherry street, near
Dsaderiek. Our friends from different
parts of the State will please call and get
supplies for distribution.
John Lell,yeit,
Ch'n Ex. Com. Middle Division.
July 1, 1867.
KTiinRinoirs appoixtmewts.
Hon. Bmerson Etheridge, Conservative
candidate for Governor will address the
people at the fallowing times and, places
Lebanon, Thursday, July 4th, '
jrurfreeMXKti, Friday, July Jftlu
Shelby ville, Saturday, July 0th.
Faystteville. Monday, Jnly 8th.
Franklin, Wednesday, July 10th.
Columbia, Thursday, July 11th.
Pulaski, Friday, July 12th.
TIIIltD 'OXahKSHIONAXniMTKICT
OAPT. FI.EMSIIXG'S APPOINT
aiENTH. Eli Q. Flemming, late Captain in Stokes
regiment, and candidate for Congress in the
Third Congressional District, will meet
fitekos at all of his published appoint
ments ; and will, in addition, speak at the
fallowing times and places, where Col.
Stekos is respectfully invited to attend :
Chattanooga, Tuesdav, July 9th.
MeMinnville, Thursday, July 18th.
3w!thville, Friday, July 19th.
Carthage, Saturday, July 20th.
Macon, Mondav, July 22d.
Centreville, Tuesday, July 23d.
Gaitisboro, Wednesday, July 34th. '
Cookeville, Thursday, July 26th.
Livingston, Friday, July 26th.
Jamttown, Saturday, July 27th.
Cresvi lie, Monday, July 29th.
KTIimtlDOE'N APPOINTMENTS IX
EAKT TEXXENNI1E.
llCn. Etnoraon Etheridge, Conservative,
candidate for Governor, will address his
fellow citizens of East Tennessee, at the
following times and places :
Benton, Polk county, Monday July 15.
Madisonvillc, Monroe co., luesuay
Maryvillc, Blount oo., Wednesday"
Seviorvllle, Sevier co., Thursday "
Dmidridge, Jeflbrson co., Friday "
Newort, Coeke co., Saturday "
Elizabethtown, Carter co., Monday "
Kogorsville, Hawkins oo.,Tuesday "
Sneedville, Hancock co., Wcdnewlay"
Taiewell, Claiborne co., Thursday "
Kutledge, Grainger co., Friday "
Maynard8villelUnionco.)Saturday "
Jncksboro', Campbell co., Monday "
Clinton, Anderson co., Tuesday "
Kingston, ltoane co., Wednesday"
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81.
Proclftiiinllou.
Maa"or'.s Office, Nashville, Tekk.,
July 4th, 1867. Whereas, It is eminently
fit that the people of the United States
should ever hold in grateful remembrance
the glorious event which made this to
them a national holiday; and that they
should hail its annual return with rejoicing
and gladness, and commemorate it with
every demonstration of patriotic feeling,
Therefo-re, In order that the -people of
Nashville may unite in its proper observ
ance, I respectfully requeit that all ordi
nary labor and business be suspended
during the day, and that all our citizens
join is the due celebration of this the anni
versary of our independence.
W. Matt. Brown, Mayor.
No Khbwtration To-bay. The re
- gistration efioe will be closed to-day.
Peiwo"AI Gi. Eaton, of the Mem
phis Pmt, IFm. ITorae Maynard and
Judge Lewis, of Memphis, were in the city
yesterday.
The Fourth ay Columbia. Judee
Lewiv-of Memphis, U to deliver the
FMrth of July oatuMi at Cotatabia
to-day.
Blooi Howe AseoctAftoic. A meet
ig of liM Blood Hon Association of
Nashville takes place Saturday at 11 A.M.,
nt Ri&aiebetfor's.
PeoWHTJCic. TUe postofleo will be
opoB ibis mowing from sovoa w halfpast
eight o'clock only, after wMeh it wfli be
oioted lor the day.
LwrRovraJKMT. A haodaowe galvan
heS'lroH oornk is pt Hp on the
Walter Woak of Moras on Union street.
It Iwprtrm the appoaranee of the block
very nock.
.Tor. Okila the ekawpioa clog dancer
of the world, at the Yfcrietit.
July 2-3t
NawPiiOCR Brien Tliaxton. 7So. 09
9ootli Collage street, near Btoad, agonts
for John J.MeCann'a celebnted Reservoir
are preparod to fwrnWi the trade
wfcJi now Soar. at redoooil ra. jyl lw
llYMitOBTATir Prusschb We dropped
ialo OolomaM'd drugstore yesterday, and
saw there a soda fountain of new style,
whieh be has recently pnt up. There is ae
eharsingof tbeiaHintain wjthjpaa to make
Jhe deTifioHs beverage from, Ljdrostatic
pressure "being eubstiiuted. Tlie leanfain la
a lite invention, and aimplilos very nneh
the maHng of tofla water. It is igeod
tStng, and the DeoteVJipotttBg It to a good
ots.
A lnrtrAfVin.
servaSyieelfii
i W i f -. . I . J?-- .
crvalixViflceiniK was audrebi!a-on-jtfroad
street last nighty by Joe Williams, Elins
Polk ami O. B. Young.
i imt , .
Home Stsalino A fine black stallion
owned bVma'n'namedttlhgiieS, was stolen
last night from the hitching pot in front of
the DJxie'saloon.
Accident at Asir Bahkacks. A mI
dior of the fifth cavalry, named E. W. Hag-?
eon, bcoke his leg a day or two since", at
Ash Barracks, by being thrown again a
post while trying to make his horse leap a
bar.
Change op Time. On and after Sun
day, the 7th Inst. the day passenger trains
of the Nashville and Chattanooga railroad
will arrive at 2:85 p. m., instead of3J60 P.
il, as at present. This will be the "best
time ever made on the road. No change
of time will take place as to the other
traini.
Rboorder's Court. Only two cases
were tried in the Recorder's Court yester
day. James Watson was taxed with the
costs ef a case against him for disorderly
conduct, and J. H. Adams was fined ten
dollars for walking with a prostitute.
- 4
Concentration of Troops and Store.
AH the troops now at Cumberland Bar
racks, and all the military stores in every
quarter of tha city, are to be removed next
week to Ash Barracks, where the fifth cav
alry is now stationed. The vacated build
ings, along with the Northwestern sheds,
and other structures belonging .to the gov
ernment, are to be sold at auctlonA"""
Claims of Colored Soldiers. One
hundred and thirty-three claims of colored
soldiers, for bounties, etc., forwarded to
Washington by W. W. & S. H. Ingetsol, a
firm which was some time ago suspended
as claim scents, nn nrrannt nf nl levari
- - " we
frauds, have been collected and will now
be paid at the otfice of the Bureau Super
intendent for this oonntv. Mr. .r R
Coons.
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A white man from the North and! a
colored woman were walking along Union
street yesterday afternoon. They attracted
much attention woman got alarmedalit
said she: "It ain't Cuitomary in" this
place for white men to gallant colored
ladies it ain't considered decent." WlAto
bean struck across the street and wentjon
his way alone.
Moornino Fjm a Deceased Canin.e
Over the grave of a remarkable fice. be
longing to a policeman in South NashyiIe, J
a pole is to be erected to-day, with a flag at
half-mast. This dog had been trained j to
wake his master for duty, whenever fet
hours arrived, and invariably performed
his task with a promptitude and exactness
which would hsve done credit to a human
servant.
A Canard. The sensation report started
by a city cotemporary yesterday ;mornipg,
to the effect that the bodies of Cing and
Owens, the railroad robbers execnted! at
Franklin, Kentucky, last week, were, slill
hanging irom the gallows upon whici.they
died, is without foundation. When'onre
porter left FraBklin on Friday lastioth
the bodies had been cut down andiremoved
for interment. The gHllows are 16 'te lrft
standing.
(
Arrival of the Second Infantry
Band. The splendid band of the Second
United States Iniantry arrived by the
afternoon train from Louisville yesterday.
and will furnish music for the celebration
to-day. Uie band numbers t
pieces, and is under the loadenJiip, of
Oapt. Sweeney. They played, several
beautiful pieces in front bf.this St. Cloud
IftAt nielli, the tu.h nltininir tiinliviK-
drawing a large crowd to the place.
Nroho Killed in Franklin Coun
ty. We learn that a colored man, em
ployed in Riihop Greene's brick-yard, at
University Place, Franklin county, was
killed one day last week, in a difficulty
with a white laborer named Lockhart.
Some trouble had occurred between two
urchins of opposite color and ways of
thinkinfr. and the neuro took hiiIm with thf
black boy. He collared Lockhart and the
two. clinched, both cursing each other
roundly, when the latter managed to get
hold of a piece of the handle of a shovel,
with which he dealt his colored antagonist
a tremendons blow upon the temple, felling
him to the earth and killing him almost
instantly. Lockhart succeeded in making
his esoapv but officers hare been put upon
his track.
Dandridoe Fari, Esq., of Huntsville,
Ala., died on Sunday last, in the 08th year
of his age. He was a Virginian by birth,
and a printer by profession. He started
the first paper ever published in Hunts
ville in the year 1823, calling it the Ala
bamian. The title was subsequently
changed to The Southern Advocate, under
whieh it is still published. He, however,
disposed of it in 1837, and engaged in other
pursuits. He was a gentleman of high
character and standing; a pleasant com
panion, full of wit and humor, and univer
sally esteemed.
Richard W. Brickell, Eq., another
prominent citizen of Huntsville, died Sat
urday morning.
The Special Tax Question. As many
parties have questioned the existence of
any law for the fining of parties for neglect
ing to pay to the Revenue Collector their
special tax, we quote the following section
from the Internal Revenue laws published
the present year:
"Sec 73. And be it further enacted, That
any person who shall exercise or oarry on
any trade, business, or profession, or do any
act hereinafter mentioned, for the exercis
ing, carrying on, or doing of which a special
tax is imposed by law, without payment
tliereof, as in that behalf required, shall, far
every ouch offense, besides being liable to
the payment of the tax, be subjeet to a fine
or penalty of not less than ten nor more
than five hundred dollars. And if sch
person shall be a manufacturer of tobacco,
tHink) or cigars, or a wholesale or retail
dealer in liquor, he shall be further liable
to imprisonment for a term not less than
sixty days and not exceeding two yesra."
M. G. Walker, agent for Wheeler &
Wilson's Sewing Machines received a dis
patch on yesterday from New York, stating
that the Wheeler & W,'1801 Sowing Ma
kiui la takiur the first nremium. 'and
vuim " -- , . .
only gold medal for sewing machines, at
the Pan ivxposuion. je-w-o
JIlItlUED :
T ' rilla. nt the reNdenoeof II. A. -leave.
Rn . oa the m enia of the third of J uiy, br tke
Rev. Er. Buntwc. Dr. J. R. Bcist and Mite
Lavka, daughter of General W. V W odfol-.
HATS i SPRIHG1
Till- 'LATEST
NEW YORK,
LONDON and
PARIS STYLES,
er ah. coi.fijiS ako qcalitt, at
WAIN & WAIil-ER'S,
T)1MJ?P -XCLUSIVBLY IN THE II AT AND
JD CA 1 W4M, v o ch offer a mure ox ten -give
Ml TMtiaik than aiir other boae m
tbeoW. .
XVAIS &. WAXILEB,
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(Saeeesieri to TCalerfield Wklktr,)
xaarlt St" a i"XTI5IC SUTJAKE,
'ATJVB MEETING,
C'D-BI.OOI)ED TITJHDEK AT A8II-
1 I ?fA?tiiTYq
A MoiiiimtviUIvC -HU"oi Down -on tile
Public Square Uy Two Rnaieisls--Arrostof
IiIh Munlerern In the Gov
ernor'H Oflirr.
In the Union and Dibpatcii of yester
day morrling appeared 'Obaro announce
ment of the murder at Ashland City,
eighteen miles from this place, on Mon
day night last. Wc have since learned
-foil particulars of lite startling, and bloody
occurrence, which we now lay rJefore oar
readers.
There was a public meeting at Ashland
City on Monday, and Governor Foote
and Hon. John Lellyctt had been an
nounced to ppeak. lIn s the' place were
two intensely bitter Radicals, distinguished
above even their associates for blood
thirsty vindictiveness, and who have been
at the bottom of nearly every difficulty
and-dislurbance that has" occurred in quiet
Ashland City within the past five months.
These men were Steve W.Martin, a grocer,
and E. B. Harris, Brownlow's Registration
Commissioner.
Early in the morning they were heard
to declare that "no d d Conservative
should speak there," and to give force to
their threat, they loaded their double
barreled shot-euns in preparation. I
Gov. Foote and Mr. Lellyett did not ar
rive, but Mr. R. B. Sloan, a Conservative
speaker from this city, did, and itwas ar
ranged thai lie should divide time with
Warren Jordan, the Radical nominee for
Floater in this District. The meeting
opened, and Martin and- Harris were both
E resent. While Sloan was speaking, the
Iatant Martin frequently interrupted him,
but was silenced by tlfe speaker as often as
he thrust inshis t precious gab. No other
person fn thfe crow'd-seconded Martin in hi3
attempts to create a distuabance, and the
meeting .Really broke up., quietly, the
crowd dispersing to their homes.
Hardy W. Brinkley, a young man
twenty years of age, universally esteemed,
and of unblemished reputation, was one
of ths assemblage, and started home, a
mile from town, as soon as the meeting
closed. On his way he fell in with Robt.
Hooper, a son of Dr. Hooper, who insisted
that youug Brinkley should mount his
horse behind him and ride back to town,
where he wished to make some purchases.
To this Brinkley consented.and the two soon
reached.the place. At the corner of the
Square they dismounted, and a little con
versation followed, which seems to have
been overheard by Martin and Harris at
the grocery of the former. It was then
about eight o'clock. In a few moments
both of them made their appearance,
armed with double-barreled shot guns, and
defiantly shouted to Brinkley to come out
on the Square if he wanted to fight.
Brinkfey had by this time moved oft" .to
about one hundred yards from the store, and
made some reply. The two ruffians, seeing
that he was alone, started for him; and
when within thirty or forty yards of the
defenseless and unsuspecting man, leveled
their pieces and fired. Brinkley fell, tjien
rose to his feet again and staggered toward
Lenox's store, where he a second time
fell, bleeding profusely. Some one who
had seen what had occurred ran to the un
fortunate man, and found him gasping in
the agonies of death, his abdomen, heart
and throat having been pierced by the
missiles of death. He had made no out
cry, and was unable to speak. In a few
moments he breathed his last.
As soon as the villains saw they had ac
complished their work they mounted their
horses and galloped away, while the citi
zens rapidly gathered around the corpse of
the murdered raau. The coroner was sent
for, arid the tneesenger who was dispatched
encountered Martin and Harris as they
were riding along the road. They accosted
him, one of them cocking a gun, and de
manding to kpow his destination. He re
plied that he won going for tlie c6roner.
They then asked him why he had not stuck'
r.p the bills'for Trimble's meeting; but the
poor fellow framed some excuse, managed
to beg of and was permitted to go on his
way.
As soon as the Coroner reached town an
inquest was held, at which Mr. V. W.
Sanders, a Radical merchant, and several
others of similar political opinions, testi
fied to tlie unprovoked attack of Martin
and HarVfs, aria the jury, composed prin
cipally of Radical gentlemen, brought in
a verdict to the effect that the murder of
Brinkley had ben premeditated, and.
tlacing tiie crime witii murder in the iirnt
legree. . t ' f
The murderers, true to their instincts,
came on to iNaslivule, seeking protection
from the State government, and both were
yesterday arrested in theGoyernor'soffice,
at the capitol, by Marshari Brantly and
Deputy Marshals Tignor and Spain. They
were then taken before Justice Brien,
where they were identified by Mr. Sloau
and committed (p jail to await the arrival
of officers from Cheatham county, when
they will be taken back for trial.
Stove Alartitt. formerly lived in Ken
tucky, from which State ha moved to Ash
land City. He is the same villian who, '
some time ago, coolly shot put the brains
of William Demonbreun, a returned
Confederate soldier, and who escaped trial
through the strange workings of the
itrownlow despotism, lie is lar-lamed as :
a brawler and disturber, and was a dis
grace to the community in which he lived.
Harris is not much better. He sold sup
plies to the Confederate army until the
arrival of the Federal troops, since which I
time he has called himself a Union men.
It was reported yesterday that a com
pany of militia would leave here for Ash
land City to-day,"but we were assured by a
militia officer that this statement was in
correct. A more cold-blooded murder never be
fore stained the annals of Cheatham
county ; but this is only a forerunner of what
is to come. It isrownlow and his militia
at e to be sustained, more blood must flow,
more peacable, quiet and unoilending citi
zens must be sacrificed for daring to enter
tain their own opinions, and the reign of
terror now inaugurated in some portions
of the State must spread to its every county,
and to every home and fireside. How long
will the God of Heaven look down upon
such crimes, and withhold His terrible
vengeance ?
Base Ball. The return game, best two
in three, which was to have been played
in Edgefield to-day, between the Rock
City and Stonewall clnbj, for the champion
ship of Davidson countyas been post
poned until Saturday afternoon, at three
o'clock.
The Rock City and Stone's River clubs
will play a match game at Murfreesboro
on Thursday next.
The Stonewall Olub will play to-day in
Edgefield, near the railroad engine house.
Rslease of a Murderer. Pleasant
Terry, the colored militiaman who mur
dered a comrade named Terry Cato in a
saloon on Gay street, a few nights since,
was taken from jail yesterday and brought
before Justice Wilkinson. No prosecution
being entered, the prisoner was released.
COWBRVATIVE ASSOCIATION OF DAVID
SON County. The Association meets next
Friday evening at the City Council room,
north end of the markethouse, at 8J
o'clock. Let every Conservative citiien.
who feels anjinterest in the redemption of
the State, attend and join the orgamaation.
Sr. Stbtiibn's Church. A neat little
church Is that of St. Stephens in Edgefield,
nestled in a thsdy nook of that delightful
suburban village, and the pride of the
favored who worship therein. But St,
Stephen's, like other churches which felt
the grip of war, needs repair; and the
ladies determined to do something to im
prove its appearance. They accordingly
Oan entertainment, which took place
jy night at the residence of JVIrs.
Owen in Edgefield. There was a large
njnaberof ladlea and gentlemen present,
and the hours were 'rhiled away in dan
cing. A splendid supper was spread, and
alt enjoyed it. voting the hostess unbounded
thanks for the good things prepared for
them. The dancing was prolonged till
late in the night, when the happy party
brfikoup,- all well satisfied with what they
had done for St. Stephens.
SCHOOLS.
aiccltiior 'tlie KonrtlVof lIuuttiuii
Election or Tenelicrs :olorfl
i School io Je Soo'ij.PiitjWOpernt iou
'TIieBoard of Education Tield a protracted
session yesterday, at their rooms on Cherry
street. iThe Committee on Examinations
reported on the papers of a large number
of applicants, and the Board spent nearly
the entire day in makiner selections and
Sxipg the salaries. The latter subject en
gaged special attention as under the
pressure of the times and tlie increased
value of money, it was thought advisable
to retrench in thie department of expendi-
1 fl 1 1 !.t.
lures as mucn as possioie consistently witii
the interests of the schools. The selection
of teachers was not completed, and the
Board will meet again on Friday morning
for the election of the remainder. The fol
lowing elections were mad?, at the salaries
affixed to their names respectively :
Prof. C. D. Lawrence. Superintendent $3000
" M. S. Snow, Principal of the
High School 2000
A. D. Wharton, Professor of Mathematics in
the Uieh School 1500
Mrs. Marr E. Wilcor. Principatf the
Female High School 900
33. S. Braddock. Principal' of the Iluine
School 1500
John A. Owen, Principal of the Howard
School 1500
Miss Mary Soule, Principal of the Trimble
School 700
Z. H, Brown. Principal of the Hines School 1500
Miss Harriet Corbett.....j..A........ .. 700
. " LillieFord A..; ,..-..-! 500
" Ida Ford- - 600
Mr. A. Cartwright...i-. 1200
Miss Mary Mosely 550
Mrs. A. C. Winter.......M....- 900
Mrs. Liizie Milleri.f.X;l..J..'.L...:. 650
" Duff fi.M)
alias lianki ;
Mrs. C. W. Halbert- -
" M. V. Brown
Isabella ftL Ra11s...
Miss Mattie Marshall
" Kate Hickey
" Sallie Carothers
" Alice T. Udell.
" Lu. Ewing
" Julia Fruneh
in, vi
700
700
600
. 550
600
650
600
.. 600
,. 600
' Gin me Clalhnrnc
Kosa MufgTove.-
U. ai. Uviatt..-
" Aurelia Wharton
Mrs. Lucy A. Lea. ,
" Alex. Fall. Jr
Miss MaryE. Topp ,
" A. E. Owen...-
" Mary D. McClelland...
' Alice H. demons
" Lizzie Spivey
" Rosa Barker.. .....'...!..
Marina L. Keriey
" Lizzie Herigos
" Kate Heriges ,
" Marr T. Laurent
... 850
... 7C0
... 760
650
... COJ
...800
... 700
...700
... 750
... 550
... 650
... 550
550
. 600
,.. COO
... 550
... 600
... 600
... 6T0
.. 600
" V. A. Moffat
..t..)l....M
" Sallie R. Thompson
tannic u. Howell
Mattie J. Couch
ft'
Bettie McLaughlin
M. J. Hirdingj.y.,....,
Released. Jacob Kuhn, lodged in jail
a few days since, in default of bail for
tippling on Sunday, was released yesterday,
a nolle pres. having been : entered in his
case. -t;
Arrest in Edgefield. Wm. Owen,
col., was arrested in Edgefield yesterday,
charged with stealing bench screws, mold,'
ing, etc., from John Harlow. . He was
committed to jail byU3ticeanffelHfbr a
turTherJiearing on Saturday. J f -.
Circuit Court. The court adjourned
at 12 o'clpck yesterday until thefiret Mon
dayin September. The minutes will be
left open until next Friday. Judge Brien
will go to Franklin next week to liold the
Circuit Court of Williamson county.
Chancers Court. No cases were tried
in this court yesterday and no businessjof
importance transacted. An adjournment
was made until Friday, and the court will
probably adjourn this week until the next
term. Chancellor Harrison will hold the
Chancery Court of Giles county at Pulaski
next week.
.The Southern Son is the title of. a
temperance paper, the publication lof
wliich has just been commenced in this,
city by W. H. F. Ligon & Co. It is well
edited and neatly printed.
A Smith County Horse-thief. Gid
eou Boulton, a rope-bound prisoner frm
Smithcounty) dhargjjd with horse steiling,
was brought to this city yesterday and
lodged in jail, having failed to give bail for
his appearance before the Circuit Court at
Carthage, i ' . ' ' 5 . . ' . -
Highest, Price roRj Wheat. If you
want to get tfie fiill market price for your
wheat leaver or send 'a fair.sample to the
Chambeof Commerce, with Geo. F. Akers.
Slate how rainy bushels, and when Tt' can
be delivered. '
Joe. Guilds: the champion clog dancer
of the world, at the Varieties.
July 2-3t
Sudden Death. Mr. Davis, mail agent
on the Memphis and Ohio railroad, sud
denly dropped dead in his own yard at
Hickman, Ky., on Sunday last. He had
been somewhat indisposed for a day or two,
but got up on Sunday morning apparently
in good health. On his way to the well to
get & pitcher of water, he sat down as if
weary, and in a few minutes more started
back to the house, leaving the pitcher
where he had sat down. Before he reached
his door he foil dead. His remains were
forwarded to this city, where his uncle
resides, and arrived here yesterday.
Some of Our Olt Things Coming
Back. We hail 'with great pleasure the
return of all of our once familiar object,
torn from us by the rude shock of war, and
scattered to the four quarters of the world.
We can scarcely express the pleasure and
pride we felt when we saw the well-known
and often tried Lebanon flour in the hands
of our merchants yesterday. It is the
same of " seven and six," with that cream
tint and satin finish which seems peculiar
to this favorite brand, and we are the
more proud to welcome it because it speaks
volumes for the indomitable energy and
industry of our State. We learn that the
demand for this flour for shipment to New
York is as great as ever. It was in that
city, where it outranks all other brands,
that a riot occurred amongst the bakers,
the result of their eagerness to get it. The
main depot, fn this city, for thisilour is the
corner of College and Broad streets,
Messrs. Geo. C. Allen & Co's.
Escape of Prisoners. The Sheriff of
Washington county left home a day or two
ago, on his way to this place, having in his
custody four prisoners to be delivered to
the keeper of the peuitentiary One of
them was a negro, convicted ot stealing
bacon the negro's besetting temptation
and tentenced for two years ; one, a hite
man, sentenced to five years for mule steal
ing; the other two, sentenced, one for nine
and the other for eleven years, for horse
stealing. The horse thieves were chained
together at the ankle, and tied with a rope
by the arms. When about three miles from
Stevenson, on the Nashville and Chatta
nooga railroad, and between that station
and Bass, the pair went into a water closet
and whilst in there, unbound their arms,
unlocked their fetters jumped from the
window, and made their escape. The cars
were stopped soon after and rnn back, but
the "birds" were not to be found. A key
was picked up in the water closet, and it
turned out to be one which the jailer an
uncle of one of the prisoners, had pre
tended was lost and it is supposed it was
the means of liberating the prisoners,
having been given to one of them, doubt
less, for that purpose. The other two pris
oners were brought in, and taken to their
place of destination.
White Witnesses. The mouth of the
man who purifies his teeth with Sozodont
is a witness box, and every time he opens
it, two raws of gleaming witnesses testify
l?iii.!ifili!?.UiV.i?iiFiPLt.''
TFaml'H Corn Aimiliilator ! X
mnE MOST EFFECTUAL C0RE F0R
A CORNS aadBUNIONB ever discovered. I
is a remedy that never fulls. One trial U saffi
eieat te prove ki efficieoey.
For'iiale ealy by
R. P. JENKINS.
Nerih Market sU opposite Unien rt.
jano6 lia
THE JPUBUtC
THE CKEBIt.lTIOX.
'Arrniigcinciifaf foV;tlioIiirH :
Tie Officers 6rfheiiav.'Oratof. Chan
Iain, Mayor, city government, invited,
guests and Assistant Marshals are requested
to report to the Chief Marshal at the St.
GloudjHotei" o'clock this morning,
The leaders of bands and fie'd miiBic
engaged for the procession, will report to
the' Chief Marshal at the Stacey House at
7 o'clock.
The yOUnfir Misses, who wish In rpnroaont
'lhVib.irty.si States, are requested to be at-
iiiasoniciiau at a o'clock.
The exercises at the grounds will com
mence at 11 o'clock. Col. C. H. Irvin will
have charge of assigning seats on the trains
Should the weather be unpleasant, the
exercises win taKe place at the capitol.
The following is a list of marshals for
the procession to-day :
Chief Marshal-Col. Tredwell Moore.
United States army. Aids :' Mr. Thomas
Magraue, Capt. E. A. Otis, Col. W. W.
Berry, Mr. Frank Man ley.
1st Division Assistant Marshal, Col. C.
IL Irvin. AidsrMaj. T. C. Boughton,
Lt. W. F. Sutherland.
2d Division Assistant Marshal, Gen.
Z: Cl Dawson. Aids: Maj. Yandyne, Du
vallMcNairy. 3d Division Assistant Marshal. Major
G. W. Marshal. Aids: Mr. A.' L. Deane,
Mr. O. M. Hamilton.
4th Division Assistant Marshal, Mr.
Nelson Walker. "Aids:
l. 5th Division Assistant Marshal. Mr.
Randal Brown. Aids : Mx. W-Keeble,
Mr. Hugh Overton. .',
6th Division Assistant Marshal. Mr.
William Sumner. Aids: Mr. Henry Har
ding, Mr. Geo. Trimble.
Tredwelt, Moore,
Chief Marsha,
PUBLIC
OP
SALE
BLOODED STOCK,
AT
Ilellemcatle Stock Farm.
ON WEDNESDAY, SEVENTH OF AUGUST
13u7,I will olfer for sale at public auction,
at my farm, fix miles southwest of Nashville, a
lot of Blood Horses, comprising Stallions,
Mares, Colts, and Filiies of all ages.
Pedegrees in full of the above will be fur
nished on day of sale. Suffice it to say that
they have descended from the best stock of our.
country, and many from the bast racing families
of the United States.
Sale to commence at 10 o'clock. Terms liberal
and made hnown ea day of sale.
W. O. HARDING.
P. S. Also, a lot of improved Milk Cattlo, eom-
E rising one thoroughbred Alderney Bull; half
red bulls and heifers. jaly8 td
SALE OF YAIUAMjE
Keal and Personal Property..
TMKEE FARMS F FROM 103 TO 211
ACRES EACH.
fl
jIIbo, Personal DProjiertj'.
Snlc Sutnrday 'August 3. '07.
BY VIRTUE OF A DECREE OF THE CIR
cuit Court of the United States for tha Mid
dle District of Tennessee, iu cae of AlcFerran
ft al. vs.. McKay Foster.! will, nn the 3d
DAY OF AUGUST. 1867. at the Courthouse door
in the city of Nashville, expose to the highen
bidder the tract of land on whieh Felix U. Ale-"
Kay now resides, containing 4Ct8 Acres, which
tract has been divided into three farms, con
taining respectively 214 acres. 100 notes: W.i
,acrcs, 15Q poles; 127 acres, G polei bounded on
tnenorta by Kinds ol Robert Cartwruht: on
east by lands of S. S. Hall anil Thomas Walker:
on south by land of John Eubank ; and on
west by lands of W. D- Phillips and Cjroliue E.
Heel- S..1J without redemption.
TERMS One-third cash, balance on credits
of six, twelve, eighteen and twenty-four months,
purchaser to eira -eeatitv. Interest from da to
,amla lien retained. E. R. CAMPBELL.
jv ta special commissioner.
ARE YOU 30?
$20.40 Will Secure Your Family $10 00
OCULIST AND AURIST.
DTt. rmocic-A.iv, having re
turned to the city after a successful profes
sional tour through the Southern States, ha&
taken Vooms at the ST. CLOUD HOTEL, where
ho maj-be consulted daily from 9 a. . till 3 r.
it. His numerous testimonials from well-known
citizens are sufficient evidence of his success
and skill in the special branches to which he
confines his practice. . I
june273ta I
- labium TjTT-irr " "'
Dissolution of Colmrlnersliip.
THE COPARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE
existing under the firm name of Walker A
Yaryan, Claim Agents and Attorneys, is this
day dissolved by mutual consent. Major I. D.
Walker retiring- from the firm. Oen. A. R.
Dawson, late of the firm of Chipman, Hosmer
A- Co., has this day connected himself with tlio
remaining partner, J. L. Yaryan, and the old
business of Wnlker k Yaryan will be prose
cuted, and new business is solicited under the
firm name of YARYAN 4 DAWSON.
I. D. WALKER.
' J. L. YARYAN.
In retiring from the Claim business, it affords
me pleasure to express my thanks to the citizens
of Tennessee, who have extended to tlje oldCrin
such liberal patronage and confidence, and to
recommend the new firm of Yaryan ic Dawson
to the future trust of the people, under whoe
care business will be continued at tho old office.
I will continue to reside in the city, and will
give any assistance in my power to such matters
of the old firm as may require it. J. L. Yaryan
will remain in the office, is fully acquainted with
all its accumulated business, and fully compe
tent to insure the success of such just and mer
itorious claims as may have been filed.
july2Ct I. D. WALKER.
I0E 0EEAM AND SHERBET.
THE BEST ICE CREAM AND SHERBERT.
at 15 cent ler plate, can be had at my
old stand on bummer street, near Union.
Every attention paid to Ladies and Oentlemen.
Orders for parties will be promptly attended to
at reasonable rates. Open on Sundays from 9
x. it. to 12 r. m.
' iune25 lw F. OZANNE.
C. GALLEHER,
Late of Alaysville, Ky.
T.A. MATTHEWS,
Alaysville, Ry.
C NELSON, Late of Att. Sterling. Ky
MERCHANTS' HOTEL,
Fifth Street, Near Main,
CINCINNATI - OHIO.
GALLEHER, NELSON 3c CO..
june253m Proprietors.
WOOD fc IMPSON.
Jios. CO and R2 Front St., near JBroud.
BOILERS, S II BET IRON BREECHINQ.
Chimneys and Fire Beds made to order.
Repairing and everything in our line promptly
attended to.
apr3) ,1m
ilEMlT J. UUMEY,
Architect.
SPECIFICATIONS AND WORKING DRAW
INGS, made wither without sopcrin tendance
Office, at the Maiv m House.
EirEBiyCES.
John Oviaxos,
W. D. Fultos.I
vl7-tf
xaxx
EH.i6T.
XOTICE.
TnE GENERAL CONVENTION OF TnE
Sicms. AIphalEpsilon Fraternity will be held
in this pl&oe on the 17th July. 1367. All old mem
bers are respectfully requested to attend.
TH. H.I3AYLY BROWNE.
C. C. A. G. C
Nashville, Tenn June. 1887. " je" td
CIIEQiRAY INSTITUTE.
(FRENCH AND ENGLISH.)
FOR YOUNG LADIE3. BOARDING AND
Day PupiU, 1527 nnil 1029 Nnrnce
ftret,- PHILADELPHIA. P, will re-open
on THURSDAY. September 19.
French is the laugnogu of the family, and is
constantly spoken in the Institute.
MADAMR D'HERVILLY.
maySl 3m Principal.
NOTICE.
ALL P.BRSONS HAVING GOODS AT I.
Cohen's Pawnbroker's office that are over
due. are hereby notified that if the same li uet
settled before the 23th day of June. 1567, that
the same will be sold at fublie auction.
N. B. Positively no longer time will be given.
, I. COIIBN.
jnseSS 3t P6 North Cherry street
FINANCE AND TRADE.
This being a holiday, the banks of the
citywilLbe closed during the day.
fGbldToperiedt'in' New'York yesterday
;13S" was 13SJ at lOO,' 13&?at 11,
13SJ at 12:45, and closed at 138 at 3 r. it.
J. lie brokers here were paying 137J137$
and selling at 13813SJ.
Government securities were quoted
New York yesterday as follows:
in
6s of 1SS1, coupons . ..
6- 203. 1st series,. ...................
5-2fe, 2d series, coupons
5-20?, 3d series, ceupons ...
5-20s, new issue....-.... ....
10-K
7- 30s
There was but little change in the quota
tions for uncurrent money. Bank of Ten
nessee was rather weak at 3233c
Corporation checks were' bought by the
brokers at 15c discount, aud sold at 1314c
discount.
The oniy sale of- Tennessee bonds re
ported in New York on the 29th ult. was
$5000 of the new issue at CGJc, which indi
cated a decline of about lc within a few
days. - '
Government securities were quoted in
New York on each Saturday of the past
four weeks as follows :
June 8.
Sixes of 1831. 113
Sixes bT1867......132
June 15. June 22.
112
131
136
135)4
100
110
107
107k
109
m
Sixes of 1863 135$
Ten-forties 994
5-2ftf of 18C2.-... 10SK
5-203 oflSGl KM
5 20s of '.aa took
5-20sof'G5, new.l0t$
7-30s, 1st series..l06V4
7-303, 2d series..l05
7-30s, 3d series-lOw
135i
ino.
m
107ll
10952
100$!
10C
106
loeg
iThe exportsrof specie from New
to foreign ports last week amounted to
$1,140,093. The following will show the
j'total exports of specie from January 1 -t-4
June 29 in Uie yean! noted : -
1867 42lW,92t 1859 .SU916.CU
1806 T45493.It:i&'.r-
1855 UOlt.Tnfl&ST 7..:.:.x 22.15S.145
1864
).uo3,wa' isaj i.ae.ou
a.5S9,61918 17,085.451
Sv,9T0.35l l85tP - 15i9S,ca
St9,4.JlS53. P72.476
22.027,521 1S52 12.09S.O13
1863
1362.,...
1861
1850..
GENERAL MARKETS.
in r-.
Nashville, July 3 p. m.
Cotton. Tfca qoton market does not
improve. Buyer are-un willing -to -pitch
in," and sellers prefer to await the future,
believing that-prices will advance. Only
eight bales were sold to-day, bringing 20c
two bales wore receHed and seveirty-seven
shipped. .j,, , , .
The following dispatches were receivedsi
'tp-day, and njwtedanhe Chamber pr Com
fierce": -' t . s '
New Yoriiq" jfulv '3. Gold opened at
13Sf. '
10:30 A. M. Gold 138. , .
11 A.JoftV13Bf. " Gb'itoa dull,
with more sellers than buyers 26, 26J, 27. '
12:45 p. MS Gold 133f. Cotton dnll
and prices nominal.
2 v. ar.-Gold lSSf. Gold Board ad-
innrned. No elianpe in cotton. !
a . ;
Liverpool? u dly 311:15 a. ji. Cotton
dull and tem
ncr downward
8000 bal
ales at Paf 4L- '
N DuU'JielHI w $
Corn
bushel.
Wheat. Market dull and drooping.
Sales to-day of 4000 bushels at $1 70 for
white; $1 60 for red; $1 '50 for Mediter
ranean. i
Flour.' New is silin at' S12 per bbl.
- -.. . ..- a
The Reservoir Mills will to-day-reduce the
pripe to sni. ov, uonsuuiera "Wf"
mind that thfe'are the wholesale figures' to
the trade.
Hay. $25 per fon.
Bacon. CIe5r sides 13i&13je per lb,
Lakd 14(sH6c per lb.
GHOCERnL TJemand light, but toilet
steadjr withontiny change ip price?. t ,
tElllTiiTELEGR.
Xcw Orleans Mnrltet.
Nkw Orleans, July 2. Cotton Dull and
easierr-sales 100 bales low middling at23M24.
Receipts in three days 1032; exports 71&9 bales.
Groceries Louisiana Sugar, yellow clarified, at
15kc Flour in light supply; superfine $10 50;
extra 811- Corn, stock light ; mixed and yellow
SI 0S1 10; white $120125. Oats scarce at
80c. Pork firm at 823 2s23 50. Baoon shoul
ders 10KO10K; clear sides 13,'4. Lard in tferces
1212i; in keg 13.
Nt. I.uuU Market.
St. Locis. July 3. Tobacco steady and quiet
at2323U; flour dull; family 8111512 50.
Wheat dull ; No. 1 red $2 25, new fall $2 25
82 35, old fall $2 502 70. Corn-low grades en
tirely neglected, and only saleable at a large de
cline; prices range from 81 to 93. Cotton steady -and
nominal at 2223 for middlings. '
KvW York Slur Uet.
Nkw YoRC.July 3 Cotton without decided
change; middling uplands '2'A. Flour 10
20c lower; superfine Stato and western $3 30
$9 70; extra western 83 509 SO; choice do.
810 2011 80. Wheat dull and lower; No. 2
Milwaukee 82 45 ; choice No. 1 do. $2 80.
Nc-sv York DrygootN Market.
Nkw Yobk. July 3. Drygoods market gen
erally dull, with a limitod enquiry for staple
styles cotton goods, with a slight advancs on a
few brands denims and low priced bleached mus
lins. Mouslin delaines steady. No quotable
change-in prints, except unseasonable styles.
Pacific down to 12J for Duff. Stripe and wool
ens depreciated; prices nominal, but will soon
be higher.
RIVER NEWS.
There were no arrivals or departures
yesterday. The Tyrone was duer bu a
dispatch from her at Clarksville makes it
probable she will not be here until some
time to-day.
The river is falling slowly, and there are
now only twenty-stx inches water on the
Shoals. . ,
The Ohio wasming'slightly on thVd at
Louisville, but falling at Cincinnati. It
was rising slowly at Cairo.
The St. Louis Democrat of the 2d says :
"The river is rising, but more slowly,"
says the St. Paul' iVes of Friday. "The
river rose live inches in the 24 hours
preceding eight o'clock,?. M. yesterday. It
is now higher by one inch than it has been
since 1859, and is still coming up like a
big pot of yeast," says the Burlington
HaKktyc of Saturday. It is rising steadily
here, say we, and it is pretiy high, with
twenty-five feet to Cairo, but we don't ex
pect to see skills navigating the streets this
year. The apper Illinois is declining, and
the Missouri is steadily expanding. The
weather is hot intensely hot. Thermome
ter in the shade 93' in town, and 104a in
the shade on a steamboat at the wharf. The
Boatmen's Association yesterday increased
the rates to Vicksburg to same as New Or
leans rates. No change to Memphis or
way points, the packet company retaining
the privilege of making their own rates
and terms. So it is with the Illinois, Keo
kuk and St. Paul lines, and rates to Mis
souri river are open.
The Mississippi "is falling at Memphis."
GXARKSYIIXE AND
DUCAIX PACKET.
PA-
mllE J. L. GRAHAM. CAPT.
X Bbw. L- Goad, will hereafter;
run as a regular teml-weekly
packet between ClarksviUs anal
Faducab.
For freight or pwsie, apply on board.
maySSlra
FO JJRTK OF JUL Y!
Horticultural Garden ! !
A GRAND FESTIVAL "WILL BE GIVEN
at the liorticnltuil Garden on the Fourth
r Jnly, on whieh occasion visitors will be en
tertained by a
CONCERT AND DANCE,
And in the evening by an Illumination ef the
Garden and a brilliantd-play ef FIREWORK-,
to which my friends and the public are rdially
invited.
A Brass and String Band will bo in attend
ance. The Street Cars run all day to and fwn
the Garden. m
Jy23t 3. SCnCENrlXTJO.
June 29.
113
136
13514
100K
WVtK
107g
107JS
lok
York
alea-to-day
PdJiS lQ per
L OC
.7is.!G. Oodex, Frost. Cns. T. Wixo .Cashier
I ' i 1 PIOP-tESi' BANK,
- v ' ; acocissoas to X
WlXfl, lOBET & CO.,
Covncr Union nntl Clierry St,, Opposite
Hank or Tennessee, Iea!t In CJold,
Silver. Government StoekN, Coin
pound Interest Notes. ml Warrant
auct' Southern Bank Notes.
CL03IKO PBICE3 TBtS'OATIt.
U, S. Bonds, si 103
5-20's 1st series '62 110
Gold 137
Silver 123
2d '61 107
3d " '65 107
LAKD WASEAST3.
40s, war 1312$ 40
80, $ 86
120. sno
160. " $145
160.notlS12 $140
TENNESSEE BA.NE KOTRS.
Bank Tenn eld 33
Planters Bank
New (Jan July) 1061
voup. iiMira nw
Aug7-30slst series 106
June "2d " 1IM
July M 3d " 1W
(Jomn. int. Notes,
Jun?, ISSt
July
.Aug "
Oct
' Deo "
May. 1865
Aus
Sept "
Got
Tenn Bonds.
" Cennons
118)4
118
11714
noil
116
Union BK i Cert's
Bank Chattanooga 10
" Knoxvilln (B
" Mid Tenn 93
" West Tenn 45
" Shelbyvilto 85
City Bank 00
Commercial Bank
.Ocoee Bank 10
Southern Bank 25
Life i Gen Ins Co 25
114
7
L&NRRt-zrea 110
Corporation scrip 86
Also tho highest price paid fur all kinds ot
Southern Bank Notes. Printed Pries list fur
nished when desired.
We abe sutu.vo D. S. Revenue Stamps at Gov
ernment rates of Discount.
$50 to 100 2 per cent dis.l France
100 to 500 3 per cent dis. ;Switier
1 Francs
switierland 3 50 per
J l dollar
gold
pr.
Memnhls
Yp prem. ' Berlin, 8107 per 1 Prus-
SmaliDraftji
i sian loaier,
FOBEIQK ElCSlsm Munich 1 CIV
tnglani 1 87 10 per i Fxankfort I per one
Ireland j- one pound , Amesterdam J Guilder,
Scotland J Sterling, j Corporation checks 14
' per cent discount.
Deposits received and collections made on all
accessible points.
Office hours. 8 A. . to 6 r. v
Thos. S. Mark, Pres't. L. G.Tarbox, Cash'r
XATIONAI. SAVINGS' COMPAXY,
Comer Union and College Streets.
THR FOLLOWING ARE THE RATES PAID
for U- S. Securities. Compound .Interest
Notes, ,UU.,Bt,,by. th Katidnul Savixos
CuUfAjnfiarner'of Untsn and Colleiie streetSt
5-20a coupons.' .........., 1 Q9J
jjs -t-eties coupon-, 4 10GVS
2UMt series couDons .-..i, un
6- 20s New Issue- lis
10-iOs f , W)
7- 30sl 1Q6
7-303 2d and 3d 100
Compound Interest Notes, June, 1884 I13K
July, ls&t ns4
Aug, 1861 -118
Oct., 1864..- 117
Dec.. 1554
May, 1365. ."
Aug., ISO - ,4
Sept.. Kg 1l4i
Oct., BK. 113
W
f
I
.1
Tenne
sea Bonds'a-
COUDOEJ ......
71
Louftvlllei Nashille R. K. Stoefc. Si
LoulStillo & ftaisvilla It. K. t'a.Kecelpts.llD
NaahviUe Jfc Cbaanioga K. R. Sl.uk 25
Nastf
Soatti
tfa-lle-SnwOR. K. Sffcllo-
sion Bridge Sh5kS" - SB
on County Bm3-t?.d 15
Suspension
Davidson L'ountv
flnlAil ....
1
Silver -J 1!
rK uir ..1 1 it.
lor sale al per thbu-
FOREIGN KXOltANOE.
On London - 87 CO per pound.
On Dublin 701) " "
OnKlinbUTgh 7 (XI " "
On Barling - 1 B Per thaler.'
On Frankfort. , C0K " guilder
And on all the principal cities ot liermany.
The following are the rates paid. for uneurrent
money:
TKMSESSEK.
SOOTH CAROLIXA.
People's B ink 45
Planters' and Me
chanics' Bank 17
State Bank- 07
Southwestern R. R. 25
Union, Bank CO
' ALABAMA.
Bank of Mobile. 90
B'k of Montgomery, SO
Bank oi Selma 20
Central Bank -. 08
Commercial Bank .. 10
Eastern Bank 46
Northern Bank 40
Southern Bank 90
Central R. H. B'k... 95
Uaria Railroad &
Batikittc Co- .'. 95
B'k "of Mid. Miwrgia, 85
Marine Bonk 96
Bank of Amrus'tA-. . 43
Aufuvn Insurance.' PS
Bank of Tennessee, old
issue si
Planters" Bank 99
Umon'Bank par
Eniort Bank Cert's -par
'k of Chattanooga, lu
IBsnKrofiCommorce.par
Bacrof Knoviire. 60
Bank of Memphis -par
B'k of Middle Tenn, 93
Bank of Pari' par
JJartk of the Union, par
B'k or Went Tenft .. '45
Buck's Bank par
City Bank 61
Commercial Bank - 98
Merchants' Bank. .-pur
Northern Bank jmr
Ocoee Bank 10
BaaUol Jihelbyvijlo, 85
Southern Bank 25
Traders' Bank par
Life General In
surance o.Tl.t..7 JQ
ankorclumhus... W
Bank of Commerce, 06
SOUTH CAROLINA.
IXKO
Bank of Camden- - 30 I Bank of tho Empire
tan. 01 naucsiort, n state.
Ban- ofCJhCHter ..... 10
Rank of Georgetown. 13
Bank of Utmbanf-. 15
Hanfcoi'Netrbsrry... 30
-JBan.of.Ulft State of
South Carolmt.. 07
iJomaeroittt Bank 02
Exchonga Bank 10
Partners' and Ex-
tehango Bank 02
terchsnt3' Rank 10
Bank of AtHens. .... )
Bnk of Palton 43
Bank of Savannah, 3:1
Bauk of the State of
Georgia 12
City B'-Bf AugU9tai
Farmers' and Mo-
chanioi' Bank - Oft
Mechanic' Bank 02
Merchants' Plant
era BadIt 06
Planters' -Bank of
Planters' Bank - 1?
Fairfield..
05 1 Union Bank..
06
TEDRD-NATIOML -BfflK
OP
NA.miVIMiK. TEXNJMSKE.
STOCKHOLDEBS.
W. W. Berry. M. Burns',
Jahn Kirkman, Jag. P. Rirkman,
D, Weaver, Edgar Jones,
Dan'l P. Carter. A.J. Dunean.
Alexander Fall, Chw. E. Htllman,
Edmund Cooper.
Deals in Exchange, Gold and Silver, and
Government Securities.
Drafts drawn in sums to suit on London, New
York, New Orleans, Cincinnati, St. Louis, LiuU
ville, Memphis, etc.
5-20 Bonds and 7-30 Treasury Notea alwayj
on hand for sale.
Highest premium paid for Compound Interest
Notes.
W. W. BERRY, President.
EDGAR JONBS. Cashier.
JOHN KIRKMAN, Vise President.
mar7 ly
INSURANCE.
THE TENNESSEE
Marine an'd'Fire
liVKCKAKCK t'Oitfi'AxV,
Undrr the new charter. U nwepen fsr busine
AT NO. 'U NORTH COLLEGE STREE
Next deor to earner of Uahra ttreet.
JOSEPH W. AI.l.E.V, Vreniiteiit
A. Vi'. ltlTlI.a:n,Seoretnrr.
DIRECTORS.
John M. Hill,
C. A. R. Thompien,
Daniel P. Carter.
R. B. Cheatham.
Watien M. Cooke.
D. Weaver,
John B. Joh&wn
John W. T.irra.
O. W. Hendersbott,
A. Q. AdaBM.
Josepn W. Allen.
deel lr
ICJ-ISTXJCICY
MILITARY INSTITUTE,
COI.. It. T. P. AI.l.E.V Hnp't.
ASSISTED JiY A!f MILE FACULTY.
rpHE COURSE OF STUDY IS THAT U8U-
1 ally taught in the btHteolleze. with speial
attention to Mathematics and Natural Seienees
TI10 Academic Ytnr lri;liiH on the
fint niontlnj- In Nptember this year
September 2d euattaainff without iatermlMoa
forty (40) week
Charge for Tuition and. Beanlin?. ineludlnz
Lights, Fnel and Watbinir. (currency.) three
hundred and fitly dollars (S'tSO) per Aeademie
Year, one-half payable in advance, and the re
mainder at the expiration ot twenty (SJ) weeks.
Address the Saperiatendeat at Parmdale P4
ofaoe. Franklin ounly, Ky. je diwAn2m
NOTICE.
HAVING QUALIFIED AU THK ADMIN
istratrix of the- estate ef Joseph Luaruj,
deeeaied, I will sell at pnbHe at No. 01
North C'ollexe Street, on FRIDAY, July
12. all the steek of Goods ctwntttnf of Dry-
ood. Boots, Stioeu, etc.. etc , belonrinz to the
eceased, upon a credit sf twelfe tunthj B01J
and good seeurity reqnir -d.
Ill prtons havKi,- claias against the eetate
will present them, and all owinc the estate will
pay the undersigned-
REBECCA LAZARUS.
Adm'rx of JMp Lazarus
June 29, W87.-jy2 Wt.
CHAIiYBEATE WATJEK.
AT TnE EAST END OF TEE SUSPENSION
Bridge. I am prepared to fupply Chalybeate
Water from the Spring oa the baaka f the
river, at reasonable rates to individuaM ana
families daring the aeaJMHi. The tsnie proper
ties and virtues of thl water have ben nr
uooaeed by the leading fjulty ef the ity mp
rior t that of any other in the country- Open
from 5 a. u. UU T.
JuneS! ilw
ROBERT BRANAND.
PHILIP LINDSLEY. T. M. STBGBR.
XUVBSIaEY fc STEGER,
Attorneys - at - Zmv.
orricE :
77 North Clierry street,
(Op talMj
"JTASHtILcB, texn.
aou to 10UU4 percent dis. Belgium
n. A.xcnange, y, pr.. ; gerua.st.
Cincinnati " 1-lOpr.l Bremen 81 17 perl
Louirvilla " 1-10 nr. . Thiilsr
wm GOODS.
HUNTINGTON'S
IVo. :f IVorUi CIierr3 Street,
(Union and Ametian Btodc)
New Styles Business'. Suits.
Double Breasted Street Sacks
Ladies' and Gents' Sole Lea
ther Trunks.
English Uprning Coats.
Black Dress Suits.
A Nobby Sack Coat.
Children's Garibaldi Suits.
Spring Overcoats.
French Traveling Bags
Boys' School Suits.
HUtfTIJVGTOX'S,
mar20 tf-sp. Xo. a Xorth Glierrjr.
WEAKLEY & YAEBE0UGH,
WHOLESALE GROCERS,
N0.-3 NORTH COLLEGE ST.,
300 bbil Bxtra FamHVlour.'
200 bbUExtra'SuDerfiiie Pimm
tyv'jBv Qrleans Sugar..
13 bmis Demarara sugar.
bbb Crushed and PWded Sugat
200 sack? prim K10 0ffee. 1
2 seks Lagarra Coffi.
& bbls New Orlmns MMassM,
209 i boxes P(ptr Uamblu'g Soan.
1W noves variou brands Soap,
100 boxes Star Candle,
lft) boxes Tallow Candles, hard pressed,
aobaxeiflnaChawiu: Te4aaa, '
2'jroi Pine-cut Tafcaooe,
2 bbls Sokin'JKbfB,
1 km aiIT
25 kegs A&ieriena Sodi
1 1
-tucsMrtianasUt O
Ca Q0t
W boxes Pet
SO boxes Ii
0b
. Xw.J lf.ru.
20 boxes 0-rrtSnuff,
Si jraoi Durkee's BUmkw.
oots tioaroon irhwky.
15 bbtf Robertson couaty WlikJrj.
10bbls -oeteNaoa 1
lnrWMtr.
mmu Oiatw Cardial,
&Mit UlBSt ffU.
14 WliH w5i '
M bbU GrapoA'iBegar,
25 bbls Lcmsn Syrup,
50 boxes Wureli,
Wdoaon BaaiMte,
5dotea Broain.
anOFkmrSael-,
50 bxe AMorttd Oaady,
Brandy, Rub, Gin.
Wines of various lwaad. at
WEAKLEY .t YARBROUOH.
No. 3 North Col logs ttreot.
june 13 tf
Naaavillo. Tom.
LEA & PEREINS'
CKI.EBRAIED .
WORCESTERSHIRE SAUCE.
PRONOUNCED JIXTRACr
V
cuNNoiftnmtM
of a Latler fwia a
MEDICAL QHN
TLMmaN at Mad-
rM, ti his bio4kr
at TToRC-wta,
Mar. 1SS1.
mil thc
"OSIY GOOD S4MT
aad applicable to
Rverr VHrlety
"Telilw IV
rina that their
.BAUUB
hiihlv aeta am ml
in India, aad is, in
my oprntoB. uio
UMMt palatable m
well an the raoH
irholfttome Sadcc
niDir inai w iaau,
The Sttecsw pf this mo jt delldoM aad nariraled
eondiment bavtnf mused m nut itaprlftcHilod
dealers to apply the name to 3f N-Mls Cow
pownds. the PUBLIC is HEarrctroLl.T w1ab
nestt requited Ui see that the navoa ofA A
PERRINS are upooHhe WRAPPIR. LABIti,
STOPPER and BOTTLE.
Manufactured by
LEA 4 I'EHRINS, Woweot-.
JOHN UUNUAN'A NOAM,
J7rsv Yoar, Agents Ar tho Wftted State.
ootlS lyini
OFFICE OF TIIE
Merchants' and Mannfaoturwi'
MUW IHSURAIiCE CO.
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE,
A ASH VI LIE, TKXiY., MAY I, 187,
To till Payers of Jtuuranee iVmiwaa:
rpHE "MERCHANES' AND MAXVVAC
JL turera' .Mutual Injuraooa Ooiatay,M bow
compUtely orsaniied. with its oHoa ai the
hmnlor ot C'liimitcrcc, will Meu f'oli
cies against loss or damage by Piro, mil the
perils of the seas and rivers, at
EqUITAB-E KATES OF PK1UIIIT.H
The great characteristic point of thfe Com
pany is that of an equitable eomroereUl eotmrt
nership, in which every partner parMei tn to
the full extent ot liu eontributioos, who it in
Stock or Insurance Premiums.
The Stock is fixed at One llnnilrrti Dol
lars per Shnrc, in order that the SMALL m
well as the LARGE payers of PromluaM May
justly and equitably participate la the odvaa
ttt?&5 olTtjroJo
The STOCKHOLDERS aro guaranteed aa
nnniinl intorost or ten per cent, upon
the amount paid up.
The INSURED shares pro rata with tho
STOCKHOLDER- the proBu derived from th
bumneM.
The subject is one justly entitl-I to tho seri
ou.i attention of every iatelligoat worabnat ad
real estate owaer, aad a eloce JaveUatB oaa
not tail to develop the advaotaiios of tfmttir
to the insured and prosperity to the iMww,
preheated by the Merchants' and MaMfeotarora'
Mutual Insuraaee CoiBpaity. under a Mr iJhmo
of public patronage aad elooe utteoU fn to Nt
propw adninistration.
a. r. dorr, Prlet.
X. IIOU.NON, Viae Preotioat.
W. H. tJ(MI)O.V Secretary.
DtltJSCTOItS.
A. F. G0FF.
Bx-Gorernor XKILL 8. BROWX.
GHO.C.ALLSN. of Goo. C. A Host 1 C, OM-m
Dr. C. N. ORDWAY. of IMtor. -war Jr O.
Cotton Faoton.
A. O. EWING, of Bwiag Jk Co,
utown.
H. T. MA8BENGALK, of Tiw lmjiHl
vo mm iw ton .ieroaa.
ARCHBR OH RATH AM, of A. l-nlHot A Co..
Vi bttleeale Ljr Doalera.".. tV -
JNO. HUOIIBa of JM. HomOH WkoJo-
sale Grocors. ...
J. A.CUKUnT. ofCorboU A- Jl
. - nv-
sion Metobaa- aad atoaaboiTAgoa
3. L. DRMOVILLK. of BtMoriiT Jt Co, 1
VT. W. TOTTEN. of W. W. ToUHi Jt fO.
family (Iroeers.
J. H. BIIDDEKE. of J. II. Baddofco Jk Co.
Family Orooen.
WM. 8T0CKELL, of Was. tkM Boa.
OraameLtal Plasterer.
R. F. WOODS, of Cheathan. Woods A Co,
M holesale Liquor Deolers.
ALBERT ROBERT.;, of KepaUicaa
maylGlm
E. H. GROOMES & CO.,
33SP
UxnEitTAirriw for city ASlt sur
rouadiBg rouatry Dealora hi
METAEI.IC itUHIAI. OANJW.
Office No. 42 North Cherry BtreeL.
Manufactory No. l floatlifarket HU
jOrders left at the- Utn will ty
SUMMER SHADE GARDEN
AXO
ICE CREAM SaHOOIY.
TIT Rl DOaRIfl TAKB8
nr. iflfT- i rw
ananni ti rt.i- i .lT
fiatih- wm tuzl 'iKrt.c msv
tho5,h a Ly Le Cr.rfi HhZ
Flower Gardsn, No. HaatlTTmcfcnSt.,
-ftraad of h9 MibMMIfairot
Boaa aad Cat Pknoftrs fanAhed soort
otke. jM3lm

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