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..iim'iiiwuiini Tiya OB ! ifP anil f 3 jjtp. Largest Circulation In City and State. V ''g'i 1 !,'; KArrH or UnTEKTisixa. 't Si 11 1 1.00 2 itt ' 4 4.09 I 7 7.oa 10 10.00 11 UJW 12 IWO 14 14.00 15 15.00 16 16.00 s Isaoo 1J0 SUM 4jW fiJW 7J 240 6.00 8.00 15 6J0 55ol 8.00 JSJ 11JW IMOI 18.50 2100 23! B.8M 8.00 11.50 15.00 30 47 10.00, Jl4 JX)j1S-01 fo.Mii.oal ol 5W IB 10.50 14.00 9.0021.00 28.00 i 12.0016.00 t2L50'27.0M 32JM 3S.no 38.59 43.00 71 8.5 02 !18J0'18. .ootei, .00 30.00! u.wnr 7f 15.00 ai-OOlSBAO 46 8 U01 16.S0, 22.00! HUM' 24.00 29.0OlS6.00l 50 9f-rlli 46.501 50j00 M if? imm HUH' 2B.OOB1.00 (180 miiiim 21X;28.00 3B.50 4R.001 53.50 821 11 187 2503O.I ,O0U.O0 48.001 47.00 ao.s 861 ig i4S flSWlfB .003&00 41.59tSl.00 S2.00i99.00l -WHS 43.00 '64.001 117.50 136! aoisoi Tea lines of soHd nonpareil make one sqaare. Yeariy advertisers will be entitled to a die- S5try other day (e. o. d.) advertisements will ke charged two-third of above rate. Ad vertweraents yisortadjn the Tri-Weekly will be charged one dollar a square for first insertion, sad 1 fly seats each additional insertion. Weekly, one dsilar a square fer oaeh SnSartlOB. Stwrial or City Hem Kotieea, twenty east a Haw, lint, and ten easts a line every additional insertion btuiftea Wi advertisements trill be charged at the rate of fifty cents a square. All advertisements are due from date of first insertion. Hereafter tbe cash system will be adhered to, and bo transient advertisetaents Trill be taken unless aeeetnnaniod by Ac aoney. J ON K8, Av jlLLACR i CO., Union and Dispatch. I 1U) BERTS, IVaITEKSOX & I'OBVH. ' . lianaer. fi Travis AVi.vium, For Praaw and Time Co. Jf&ftwffle. Tana, Jim- 22. 1867. ' 'tMKOtl COUNTY. Tliu RiiUlonl Ilnppy I'miilly Lriiluiiy niMContrnt antl n I'ronecllvo SilU The Xjrroev for EOicrlrffrc iiml Cooper Poor Nhou- for Mitlllitx. OofTefiendence of the I'nion and Ditpateit. Wmdbvry. Jnly let, 1867. When I wivte rou one wel: ago the BalitiaU et- HHMtt in OantMin was entiretr cairn, tat utnso that time a braz of ilbooDtetit has nftrung up br aome inana, I cannot tell tutw. lite union men and itcueln are quite calm : but the storm that is gatherin; is altogether in the Radical. Brownlowam Mullins party ; and if the storm continues long, before the 1st of A newt it will blow one-half, at least, of the Radical party of utRiKMi out of their ranks and set them down in company with the true Union Etheridgc and Cooper party. Our (the iladioal ) candidate here for the Legislature, II. Morris, who was regularly nominated bv the mA( Radicals of Cannon, by the help of James Mullins, for re-election to the Legislature, ami who has no opponent, haR become very much alarmed, and talks of declining the canvass. The difficulty is this: the day of the convention our loyal ooloretl lnends were nut in force to meet the Commissioner of Registration, and ex pected to exercise their privileges as free' mui Ity taking part in the convention. But, alas, right in Mulling' presence s oflEnmlttee of twelve was appointed to nouii note a candidate, without a single colored . citlsn on it. This caused a considerable stir among the darkies, and some f them are row showing the while of their eyes. They say the Commissioner, who was one of the twelve, acted like a man. he would not act with them hut lept in disgust ; they say they know he is their menu but are uiasatislied with .Mom: and . peeially with the convention that notn linated lifin. What will become of it re mains to be seen, but one thing is certain : there is great dissatisfaction, and Morris is lmilly soared, and what adds to his terror in, that when he was first elected to the H-Heiit Legislature, he superseded IWton, yon know. After they met, the Legislature took recess for a short time, and went home, Morris then notlieingso well potted, or as 1 believe being more honest than a majority of the Legislature, was riding in eompnny with one of the leading Radicals in Camion county, and also & Rebel who was, by-thc-by, a personal friend of Morris, ami Morris told them that when the Legis lature Met again lliey were going to enfran chife the negro, the Radical and his ltsbei friend Loth opposed it. Morris said it was a matter of necessity with them ; for if they did not enfranchise, the negro, tjie Rehtds would gel in power the next elec tion, ami I hey would enfranchise them, and they would then vote with the Rebels, and a Unisn man would never get another office in the State, lint jf they unfran chised them then the negroes would vote for them, and they could continue to hold the ouiQfln. These gentlemen told it Ht'the time: and that matter is nOK beiiiR .tlrretl, which makes it hard on Mnllin.s ami Morris, for the darkies here begin lo see that the Radicals did not enfranchise them because they believed they ought to have the privilege of toting, but only ns a matter of necessity, to keep themselves in office. The name of the gentlemen that Morris had this conversation with, 1 vill Hot give, unless it is demanded by Morris. The Radical is in high position in Cannon, and the Reb is one of those independent liebs, and don't care whether he ever gets lo vote or not, and they will both stand up to anything they say, when called on. What course the Conservatives will pursue it net, 'yet determined. Some of them talk f taking up Morris as the white man's eiRdtdatu, and soma are for the Co in ui is" Miuuor.and negro equality, while not a few say they will have a Conservative candi ilete. One thing is certain, Morris will have one or more competitors if he remains on the track. MHllins is expected to speak here to-day, but He is not here yet. He can get but very few votes in Cannon. I must)cIose this communication ; it is oir County Court day and the people are fathering in. 1 intended giving you an aeeotuit of tlie run between Flemming ami IHllie Stokos Ah- Congress, and between Capt. Clift and Faulkner for Representative in Warren, as I am tolerably well posted, but wilt defer it until the latter part of this week. Stokes and Flamming were to meet at Spencer last Saturday. 1 will get an account of fhat to-day, and let you hear toon. A Loyal Citizen. Exposure ok a Mean Trick. The Washington oorrespondeflt of the ew Or leans iNflaamtc thus exposes a mean trick upon the part of the Radicals. It says : "I trust that the independent and fear lees press of the South will take up and expose the sauieful and wicked fraud which the Northern members of Congress have practiced, in appointing double the number of sadeta to West Point to which they were entitled, and then charging the extra num ber ie the Southern Htate. The fraud was carefully concealed at the time, but it has new essc to light. Of the graduating class of 1867, the usual number are put down ss from Louisiana, Georgia, Texas, South Carolina, Alabama, etc., when really thews graduates are Yankee boys, appointed by Northern Congressmen from Northern States. Is there no end to the rascality which the war has generated in the North ' ' TMEshortesL passage yot made across the Atlantic lias been made by the new German steamship Cimbria. She left Hamburg at the same time that the Persia left Queens town, and caw into New York harbor but 4rt diet behlWUthe Poajia, She etie. (he rH4 of miles, from Ham hM.t4) New York, f n ten days ami seven- in iMMtrft, wMtllils efiiivalont to nine days and term hours from Sofllbampton, or eight dsTs and sever. 1 tours from Queens town. The Cimbria thus beats the Persia, once the crack ship of the Canard line, about two days. The average speed of the Cambria was 326 miles a day. 1'iiiii.s, riNTrxA, risscnrcs. stkio TimiW, TCStOKS, VOLYFUN. Npeclnl Alleulioii liltn to Dlkcnsps of rmnl.-r. j DR J. A CLOPTUN. OF HUNTSVILU. Ala.,My beeoalldiNCljAKKtYXUR. Tm.i tbe first ix d in Jtnjr ; in Uiai., rb'-Trsm the Ttb to the Mlh ef J air- De has never test a patient nor bad au fcastdeat to bauj&n. n ts mare than two tbsd respectable m af the Hoath bern States, wbe-bavs .beaa eved. S-ELLI'NG"OUT. ... ... TIIK SNTIItE STOCK OE . FUR NTT TOE. ASD IIotiso-Furnlshing Goods, Etc., Of FRBD. PHILLIPS. Xo 27 Xorth 3Iar Ket Htrret, will be gold cheap for cash to close basis ess. inaySBtr .' Jt-iiiUJiSJK, Trustee. FOB SALE. A Steam Saw AND T ANNE It Y. ANEW AND VALUABLE STBAM SAW Mill and Tannen. and the Lots unon wlifeb they are situateil, containing about five (5) acros. in the town of Normandy, on the Nash ville and Chattanooea Railroad. We will offer the above .Mill property, for sale, all of it being new and in good condition, on the premises, on jnoiuluy, the I5IIi day of July, on a credit of one and two yean, retaining a lien insecure tbe payment of the purchase money. ' This is fine property, in a beautiful, healthful and fruitful country, and is admirably adapted to manufacturing interests. We call special attention to this sale as an opportunity for a line investment, junoffi 3w J'AKK. K I.I.I OTT it CO. RATES OF BOARD ROCKBRIDGE ALUM SPRINGS, VIRGINIA. TN DEFERENCE TO THE FINANCIAL BM x barrassuients of (be South, we have reduced our rates for thu season as follewa : Iloiird per Tiny , , 83 OO ItoiirtI per 3Iontli,(30days,). . 875 00 The place shall be better kept than it has ever been before, and the Mineral Waters have an unwiualled reputation. l'UAZIEK fc It.VXUOI.PII, june271w Proprietcii. Hartman's Safety Bridle and Lines. Tms awst novel fn- ulH) prevents all a t .dents ty horses. With it. the running awa , or kirking of a hm-. u atuil impossible 170R GENERAL DRIVINO, OR FOR RUN J? AWAY AND KICKING HORSES.-With this improvement, a woman can control a spir ited horse with more ease and absolute certain ty than the strongest man can with a common bridle. Everybody is most cordially invited to give us a call. The satisfaction of seeing this invention will amply pay you fervour trouble. The Bridle may be seen at Room No. 11 Colon nade Building, on Cherry street, Naehvfllo, Tenn. For further particulars, address JOHN M. 111009. apr24 tf Nashville. Tenn. CHANCERY SALE OF Maury County Lands. BY VIRTUE OF A DECREE OF THE HON. Chancery Courtat Columbia, at theSepteui ber Term thereof, 1867, in the caso of Claiborn & Thompson vs. Miles II. Mayes, I will sell to the highest bidder, on the premises, on Hnltinlny, ttio -71 Ii lny or Jnly next, A valuable Tract of Land situated in tlio 1 th Civil District of Maury county, on the water! of Keeper's creek, adjoining tbe lauds of Joshua Harbison, Daniel Evlnx and others, being the same conveyed by E. II. Speneer to the raid Miles 11. Mayes, containing about 300 Acres, about one-half of which is ol oared and In a tiood (ale of cultivation. And the same will bo ili- vided tosuit purchasers and toldoaa credit of one ami two years, with interest lrom date, tree from the right of redemption, the purchaser repaired to execute notes with approved secu rity, and a lieu retained for the purchase money. J. L. WILLIAMS. C. and M June 20. 1S67. td 1 OFFER FOR SALE THE LARGEST NTM 1 ber and fullest assortment of WAGONS in the rity, at prices as set forth below. FOUR MfJLE ARMY WAGONS, selected and repaired, complete, with double-trees, single trees, stretchers, bows and feed box $ in no. FOUR MULE Lumber or Plantation WAG ONS, selected and repaired, complete, with rocking bolster, double-trees, singlo-trees, bows and feed box MO OO. FOUR .MULE ARMY WAGONS, in tbo same condition as purchased of the Government $fS OO. LOG WAGONS, lor mules or oxen-Sin to inn 011. TWO HORSE WAGONS, new-f 100jai25. TWO HORSE WAGONS, second hand-05 . TWO HORSE AMBULANCES SSOtJOO. Parties purchasing bare the privilege of se lecting thu several parts of Wagons from tho immense stock on band, and baring them put together under their own direction, provided those already set up do not suit them. All tires and bands are ro-set, worn boxes re placed with new. No worn axles are used. Sixty days city acceptances will be received as cash. N. II. NTKVKX.S, li.11 Spruce Nlrect, On the line of the Church and Spruce Street Railroad, Nashville, Tenn. juBelH lmd-2mw COMMISSIONER'S SALE COltNEIlSVILlJB, GILES CO. TE.VXESSEE. BY VIRTUE OF A DECREE OF THE CIR etiit Court of the United States for the Mid dle District of Tennessee, in tho cause of Wray A Gilliland et al. vs. Trabue tc Lucus. I will, on the Twciiay-tltlrtl liny or July, 1807, At 11 o'clock a. M., en the premises, expose to sale to tbe highest bidder, the following de scribed real estate, belonging to the late firm of Trsbde i Lucus: A Lot of Land in the town of Cornersville. Giles county, Tennessee, on the east side of Main street, beginning at a stake at the southwest oorner of the lot belonging to A. Ruff, running thence soutwardlr with said Main street twenty-five feet to a stake ; thence east 111 feet to a stake: thence north twenty five feet to a stake; thence with the line of said A. Kufl 'stlet 111 feet to the beginning. TERMS One-fourth cash on day of sale, bal ance en Ax, twelve and eighteen months' time. Sold without redemption. Possession given on dsy of sale. E. R. CAMPBELL, Clerk. jansM td III Chancery at Nashville. Stte of Tennessee 0e Clerk and Master. Chancery Court at Nasii rill e. May the 4th, ,1987. Thomas W. Janes, Adm'r.eto.. et algwOemplain- ants, vs. William Dews, et ols., defendants. TT APFBARING FROM AFFIDAVIT FILED is this cause tbat the defendant, Jehu A. Fwfcw, i a b on-resident of the State nf Tennes see: it is therefore ordered thatdfeenter bis ap psarance herein before or within the first three days of the next term of said Coart, to bo held en the Bret Monday in November next, 1917, and plead, answer or demur to complainant's bill, or tbe same will betaken tor confessed as to him and st for hearing ex parte, and that a copy of this order be published for four esasaruMve weeks in the Nashville. Union and Disnaiah. A COM Attest : M. B. lUlWoLL, Clerk and Master. Ahrsffi L. Detnoss, Sel'r for trnmpUt. juneS7 nit In Chancery at Nashville. State of Tennessee OsBce Clerk and Master, Chancery Court at Nashville, April theSOth. 1867. James R Coekrill, complainant, vs. Alexander R. Montgomery and other, defendants. TT A PPBARINQ FROM AFFIDAVIT FILED J- in this cause thattkedefendaat, Alexanders. Montgomery, is a non-rsetdent of the State of Tennessee: it it therefore ordered thst ho inter his BJMearanae hereinbefore or within the first tbres days of tbe next term of said eourt,to beheld en the 1st Monday in November nxt. 1987. and plead, answer or dentar lo romnlafoant'slrilL or the same wiM be taken for confessed as to him sad set for hearing ex parte, and that a copy of this order be rmMisbed for four eeaseentive weeks In the Nashville Uniso and Dkmateh. A espy Attest : M. B. 1I01 KLL. Clerk and Master. S W. Childress. Sol'r for eosapl't. juneow4t A. FRENTZ, T ATE OF LOUISVILDE. KY-.Xo. a Soutti T?1 .. 1 vi.Kl vi. Mtvhnt. and )enic Agent for sundry .Manuiseiuring asiauiau meats, Kentucky and Virdnit Tobaceo, Can- Oyiters, Crack- - IT .V. I.. re. vaeese.iiuuer.ueans, rouuoes. -vwwm. 1 1 . 1 tk; . 1 - - DA.Ml.Aa Iniiltf wroieese. Butter. Beans, Potatoes. Vogetablss. Ku.ls.eta. , WJINTBD Three thousand biuhsls good eaefces. net, toe ripe, and put up in one bushel . . ' ' tr si , i r -i t r m 'NASHVILLE ioeiLiuiLiio, (Tennessee Penitentiary.) WE ARE NOW PREPARED TO FtR nish to tho Trade, at umisunlly low liffitrpM, I Wheat and Grain Threshers AXD LEVER POWERS, Of our own manufacture, warranted equaljto any made North or South. We also manufac ture of THE VERY BEST MATERIAL. PI.OW.S, C4TT4N SCItAI'EItH, CUI.TIYATtiltS, COU.V SIIKLLEUS, j STItAW CDTTEUS, etc., " - i - and all kinds of i CEBAR WAReI which wo offer to CASH BUYERS at lowsr rates than ever before sold in this market. Also on hand, fifty tons of 1 ASSORTED HOLLO W- WARE of very superior quality, at prises defying com petition. We will make it to the interest of purchasers to call on us before purchasing else where. We warrant all our work, and guaran tee satisfaction in every instance. HYATT, BltlGGS A WAKn.il iune U-lm b ICE OBEAM; H. V. BASSETT.i NO. 49 CEDAR STREET, TAKES PLEASURE IN ANNOUNCING TO Ladies and Gentlemen that he will open his Joe Cream Saloon on THIS BAY, and will keep the purest article during the sea son. He is olo jrcpared to serve customers with EATABLES cooked in the very best style june8 lm 5,000,000 Pressed Brick, nde by CHAMBERS, BRO. - CO.'S PAT ENT BRICK MACHINE, at tho NASITVILXE STEAM BRICK WORKS. qiHESE BRICK ARE SUPER10RT0 THOSE X made by any other process for imy purpose for which brick are used. They will withstand double the pressuro of hand-made brick with out crushing, and tbe mortar will adhere more firmly to them; they arc less pervious to mois ture, and thercforo vastly superior Where strength or durability are required. For Pavements and Cisterns they cannot be x eel led. Pnn.AD8i.PHU. October 25, 1SG3. This is to certify that we havo used many thousands of Chambers, Bro. & Co.'s Machine Brick, and we, as builders, prefer them to all others, as they arc more durable, will cut in any desired direction, and tho mortar adheres more firmly to them: Chris!" Binder, Sixth, above Jefferson; E. S. Fitch. Bricklayer and Builder, Seventh, above Oxford; A. D. Caldwell, old Builder. 424 Walnut street. In building the railroad bridge over the Schuylkill river. 2,200.000 brick were used ; Cam den Woolen Mills, i.000,000 brick; Sewers of Camden. 600,000 brick ; City Pavements, 200.000 brick; New Jail. Washington. D. C. 400.000 brick; Collins Iron .Company's Works, Mnr queite. Lake Superior, 100,000 brick. All of the above and many millions more used in prominent public and private improvements were made by Chambers, Bro. Jt Co.'s Patent Brick Machino. We take pleasure in referring to tho following named gentlemen in this city, who have used our brick, and join in tho foregoing testimo nials; A. Q. Sanford, President of the First Na tional Bankr Jesse Warren, Carpenter and Builder; W. H. Northern, Carpenter and Build er; Leonard 4 McKeon, Bricklayers; Col. J. B. VanDyne. Gen. Supt. N. fc D. R, R.; H. G. Scovel, Real Estate Agent. We lire also making the world-renowned " Philadelphia Fronts," which for front and hoarth brick cannot be excelled. Brick shipped at low rates to any point on river or railroads. Pavements laid at most reasonable rates, and all work warranted. For further information, or orders, address MASON. ADAMS Jfc CO.. Agents. Nashville Steam Brrek Works, P. 0. Box 491. Nashville, Tenn., Or apply at Brick Yard near Race Track. may33m AtlmiiiiHtrafor'H Sale. T WILL PROCEED TO SELL TO TnEHIGH L est bidder, for cash, at public auction, on ntinAY,;jrxE2it, 1807, at the late residence of Mary J. May, dee'd, on the corner of McLemoro and Line streets, Nash ville, Tenn., all the personal property of which the said Mary J. May died possessed, consisting of nine carpets, nine wardrobes, nine bedsteads, nine spring mattresses, nine washstands, nine marble-top bureaus, one fine mirror, ono fine piano, two centre-tables chairs, tables, safe, kitchen furniture, nnd vonons other nrticles, A. D.CREIGHTON, Adm'r. junel2 tds. MCfcRE NEW Clothing AT Gr. B. ABBOTT'S, 39 North College Street. Frock and" Sack Goats, ELtEGAJkT B USINESS S UTTS. s Duck Xiincii Corn's, , 1MXTS AND VESTS. Beautiful White and Fancy aiARSAXLLES VESTS. " SHIRTS, The best made and bust Siting, at very low prices Clciitlemeii'fi Underwear, fllOTEH, SUSPEXnEItS, HALF HOSE, ETC. A large stoek of Cleths, Casimeros and Vest iacs. fine Duek Linens af various colors. AJ1 of which will be made to order in the best manner and , WAKItAXTEI TO FIT. junet' TO STQCILHOI.DERS. OrncE er Nisiivrtit Decatcb R, R. Co.,1 Nasuviei., Slay 30, 167. f XTOTICEIS HEREBY GIVEN TUAT THE IN Nashville and JJeettur Railroad Company are prspared to issue CERTIFICATES OF STOCK to the StiwkhpWcns ol the lennessee and Alabama Railroad, the Central Southern ruuiroaii, ana mo Aennosseo iuju aihuiu mu Ual Railroad, whenever tbeir CertiO'.'ates ol Stock in said Companlea are surrendered, at the office of the Cotnpany m Nashvdlle.SMret&ry ic301m B..P.4T.J TTTTrTTT HBMERSON BROS. liiCEXS o 1! ' PRACTICAL PLUMBERS, t ' GAS XXV STEA3I FITTERS," , Vo. 7S Clicrry Street, '; " . (Old No. 0,) opposite Colonnade Building, "'I XANHVIIitK- ;.TKXN. 1 .' 1 ... . . - . Established' in 185S, T H AREPREPARED TO DO WORK IN Vl our liiie in a' vrompt and first-class PJLTJMHERS' MATERIA!, On hand and for sale. SHEET I.EAI), l.V.Xli PIl'E, Pita EEAI), FORCE PilJIPS, ISTEItN PBHPS, DEEP HEEI, PUMPS, axe itjmps, ' artesian pumps, ATHS. WASHSTANDS,' WATER-CLOSETS. BLOCK-TIN and HYDRANTS, BEER COOKS, SHAMP00NING COCKS, BASIN COOKS; HOSE., HQ f WATER BOILERS. NOZZLES. COUPLINGS, ETC GAS FITTING. Public and Private Buildings, Store Houses, etc.. fitted uo in the most improved style, and on reasonable terms. Chandeliers, Hall Lights, Pillar Lights. Drop Lights, Portable Stands with Hose, Pendants, Brackets, Glass Globes, Smoke Bells, Patent and Plain Shades, Cigar Lighters, otc. IRON PIPE, For Gas, Water and Steam, from an eighth inch up to two inches. Fittings for the Above. Tees, Elbows, Crosses, Plugs, Bushings. Re ducers, Lock Nats, Hooks, Return Bends, unions, etc. sT . STEAM FITTING. Steamboat, Factory, Hotel and Stationary Engine work done. Steam Gauges, Steam Whistles. Steam Trans. Globe Valves, all sizes : Guago Cocks. Oil Cups, Air Cocks, Cylinder locks, etc., etc. feb21-3m New York and Rremeii STEAMSHIP COMPANY. Fibst-Cwss U. S. Mail Steamships Atlantic, Rnltlc, Western Metropolis, Fourth Slemner, TOR SOUTH HAliPTOX AKD BREME.V, taking passengers to Southampton. London. Havre nnd Bremen at the following rates. payable in gold, or its equivalent in currency: FIRST CABIN, $110. SECOND CABIN, 805 STEERAGE, $35. From Bremen. Southampton, Havre, to New lork: FIRST CABIN. $110. SECOND CABIN, $75. STEERAGE. 8 Excursion Tickets out and Home : First Ciiliin, 8210. Second Cnliln, $130. Steernjjc, 870. SAILI.VQ DAYS FROM K'KW YORE AND I1REUK.V: May 4 and 18 June 1. 15 and 29-Julr 13 and 27. Aug. JO nnd 24-Sept. 7 nnd 21 Oct. 5 and 1. i For freight or rassage ariply to 5 W. W. TOTTEX, Agent for Nashville. ISAAC TAYLOR. President, may! U 40 Broadway, New York. In Chancery at Nashville. State of Tennessee Office Clerk nnd Master, Chancery Court nt Nashville, May the 15th, 1S67. Thomas Chndwell, Ex'r, etc., complainant, jrs, Eli L. Woods et als., defendants. TT APPEARING FROM AFFIDAVIT FILED in this cause that tho defendant. Robert Ewing, is n non-resident ef the State of Tennes see: it is therefore ordered that he enter his appearance herein before or within the first three days of the next term of said Court, to bo held on the first Monday in November next, 1SC7. and plead, answer or demur te complain ant's bill, or tho sumo will betaken for confessed as to him and set for hearing ex parte, nnd that a copy of this order be published far ifour con secutive weeks in tho'Nashville Union nnd Dis otch. A copy Attest: M. B. HQWELL, Clerk and Master. Abram L. Demoss, Sol'r for compl't. je23 w4t Ja Chancery, at Nashville. State of Tennesseo Office Clerk and Muster, Chancery Court at Nashville, May tho 11th, 1807. A. Hamilton & Co., complainants, vs. Alexander Kennedy et als., defendants. TT APPEARING FROM AFFIDAVITWLED X in this cause that the defendant, J. II. King, adm'r of C. L. King, deceased, is anon-resident of tbe State of Tennessee: it is therefore ordered that he enter his appearance herein before' or within tho first three days of the next tenn of said Court, to bo held on the first Monday in November next, 1807, and plead, answer or demur to complainants' bill, or the same will be tuken for confessed as to him and set for hearing ex parte, and that a copy of this order be pub lished for four consocutive weeks in the Nash ville Union and Dispatch. A copj-Attest: M. B. HOWELL. Clerk and Master. F. B. Fogg, II. Hillarrison, Sol'ra for compl'ts. juneSS wit In Chancery at Nashville. State of Tennessee Clerk's Office, Chancery Courtat Nashville, Juno the 3d, 1867. Memucan II. Howard, complainant, vs. W. W. Woodfolk et als., defendants. TTAPPEARING FROM AFFIDAVIT FILED A in tho cross bill of W. W. Woodrolk in this cause that Memucan H. Howard is n non-resident of the State of Tennessee: it is therefore ordered that ho enter his appearance herein before or within the first three.days of the next term of said Court, to be held on the first Monday in November next, 1S67, and plead, answer or demur to said cross bill, or the same will bo taken for contused as to him and set for hearing ex parte, and that a copy of this order be published for four consecutive weeks in the Nashville Union and Dirpatch. A oopy Attest : M. B. HOWELL, Clerk and Master. Gaild, Smith Jt Gaild. solicitors. iuneo w4t UNION BANK NOTES. TN ACCORDANCE. WITH AN ACT OF THE J. Legislature of Tennessee, passed December 12th, ISfiC, entitled an act "To expedite the dis tribution of tbe effects of Banks, which hare or, may make assignments among their creditors," notice is hereby given to the holders of tho Botes f Tee Union Bank of Tennessee to file them with the undrsigned, at the Bank in &"cShTi!le, between now and tbo 1st day of -January, eigh teen hundred and sixty-nine, (1S69.) and receive certificates therefor, or Jthey will be forever barred from ar,y participation in the assets of the Bank. Tha certificates will be received at par in payme-.it for debts due the Bank, wheth er tendered before or after the 1st of Janu ary. 1S89 JOS. W. ALLEN, Trustee. Dec 30. ISM. a-6m A Good Business Education TSTUE ONLY FORTUNE PARENTS CAN J. give tbeir children that can never be lost, and that continually grows better by use. This ean be gained at 3 W. DOIiREAR'S Commercinl School, Cerner ef Church and Vine Sts., Nashville, Where Writing, Itool-Keeiinsr, PtiuU iiosrmpliy. Arithmetic, etc are thorough ly tau?ht. Writing. By thirty years' study and expe rience, the seven Dolbear Brothers have re duced Pciimniishlp to an exact Science, so that pupils are not left to mere imitation ol roplea, and have invented a system of hnnd trnlntntf thatremoves allHtliTnes,crnnp lui; and Irpmlilliijr.and changes the most un sightly hand into neatness, eaie and ele iruncF. IIOI.BEAR'S Commercial Instltu tiiuis are the oldest in America, Ko, 600 llroftdwny, Xew York, esinb Milled 1$33. f Corned Camp anil Common, atreetar XV w Orleans, established 1832. No. "J 03 Main street, Memphis. Corner of Ctinrrli and Vino nireets, Xnslivllle. mar29 diwsm IPJtT.J CHABXES BBYAN, AO. 139 SOUTH CHERRY NTREET TS NOW PREPARED TO CLEAN CHANDE JL liars. Brackets, and Portables, and to restore all Moulding. Hidings, etc.. to their original ajipearanag. Statues, eta, bronted In superior style. Ale Punf, Sods Founts put up and repaired to order. apiCo 3m -JE T H A 1 . r or Hartford, Connecticut, Assets, January A OH Him INI. 1S07, ) VI,"UU,UlU Income for yenr entll tfQ rOQ OQF Jan. I, 1807, J tjjJ.j.tja.Jt Ami Policies Issued, 14,1S9 Nashville Agencv: 36 College W. n.TAMlOTT, P. P. PECIC, . General Agent. Resident Arch!, N. B. This Company has uniformly made 2C per cent larger Annual Dividends than any other Life InsuranceCompany represented in this Stale sep2-tf THE SECOND NATIONAL BANK, OF NASHVILLE, - College Street, near Union, Designated Depositary and Financial Agent of tho United States, it is prepared to transact a regular Banking busie33, and furnish Exchange on NEW YORK. NEW ORLEANS. LOUISVILLE. AND nrNnrwNATi. Government Securities, Gold and Silver.bought andsoldon Commission. JOHN LUMSDEN, President. it. J. iUU.ilAb, uastiier.. oct24-ly. FOURTH NATIONAL BANK, NASHVILIiE, TEXX., 13 DOISO A EEQDLAK Banking and Exchange Business, And will pay special attention to Collections. CAPITA! STOCK, 200,000 J)mECTORS. DAN'L HILLMAN, R. H. GARDNER, 0. F. NOEL. SAM'L WATKINS, JAS. WHITWORTH. Y. H. EVANS, BYRD DOUGLAS. B. S. RHEA. A. HAMILTON. JAS. WnilWORTH, JOHX PORTERFIELD, President. Cashier. june2 3m PURCHASING &GEHCY. EDWIN C. CLARKE, AOENT IS JfEW YOnit FOK PUK CHASING .IIEIICHA.VIIISE AM) AIACHIXERY OFAI.h HIMIS. HAVING A BUSINESS EXPERIENCE OF nearly sixteen years in New York, and an extensive acquaintance with first-class Manufac turers and Dealers in this city, in the various branches of Trade and Manufacture. I am now prepared to fill orders for a 1 kinds of Merchan dise, at tbe lowest market prices. Merchants, Mechanics and Families will find it to their inteiestto favor me with their orders. Orders from all parts of the country respectfully solicited, A reasonable commission charged. Address EDWIN C. CLARKE, 103 Pearl street, or box 3572 New York, References. F. W. G. Bellows, Vice Presi dent Pacific Mail Steamship Co., New York; Ruger Bros., New York ; Hon. A. M. Clapp, llunaio, IN. I.; A. U. James, r.sq., JNwUrleans; n,. I.,.., t.. ?nAoniii. m. : . e-,i v. .t Graham, New York; Marshall Johnson & Co., Diew lorK; Henry iioorex uenung, isew lork apr21 3m COMMISSIONER'S SALE OF Valuable Eeal Estate, Belonging to the late EDWARD TK ABTJE, Containing- 217 Acres, !!4 Miles from Nashville, Fronting on the 3Inr frecslioro ami on the Nlone River TnrnplkeH. DV VIRTUE OF A DECREE OF THE U United States Circuit Court at Nashville. Gillelnndet al. vs. W. II. Lucas and the heirs of Edward Trabue et al., I will sell the above 217 acres at public auction, on WEDXCSDAY, SOth JUJfE, ISG7, On the premises, to the hizhest bidder, nosi lively without reserve, without encum brance and free from redemption. The mini mum heretofore fixed on the lands has been withdrawn by order of the court, and a discre tionary power given the Commissioner as to the manner In which the tract shall be sold. The tract has been subdivided into lots con taining from one and a-half to twenty-one acres eacn, but too commissioner now has discretion tosell tbe same in lots or blocks. The tract is finely watered and the soil ex cedent. I will also sell at the samo time and place, witnoui reserve, ana iree ironi redemption, 45 Acres nnd 20 Poles, On which is situated tbe residence of the late Edward Trabue, which tract will bo sold subject to the dower assigned to tho widow of said Edward Trabue. This tract is handsomely improved, having on it a splendid two story brick house and all necessary outnouses, orchards, cisterns, etc. Persons desiring to purchase aro earnestly requested to examine the lands before the day ot sale. TERMS OF SALE- One-fourth cash, and the balance on one, two and three years, with notes well endorsed, bear ing interest, and a lien retained. Sale to com mence at 11 o clock a. n. E. It. GLASCOCK, may21 eodtd Special Cemmisssioner. In Chancery at Nashville. State of Tennessee Office Clerk and Master, Uhancery court acaasnvnie, April tho ituth, 1S67. John 0'NeiI ct uxor, complainants, vs. William Conner et als., defendants. TT APPEARING FROM AFFIDAVIT FILED J. in this cause that the defendant, William Conner, is a non-resident of the State of Ten nessee: it is therefore ordered that he enter his appearanee herein before tr within tho rt three days of the next term of said Court, to be hcldon th'elst Monday in November next.l.and plead, answer or demur to complainants' bill, or the samo will be taken for confessed as to him and set for hearing ex parte, and that c copy of this order be published for four consecutive weeks in the Nashville Union and Dispatch. A copy Attest : M. B. HOWELL, Clerk and Master. Abram L. Demoss, Sol'r for compl'ts. june2b' wit In Chancery at Nashville. State of Tennessee Office Clerk and Master. Chancery Court at Nashville, June the 6th. 1807. H. T. Wilkinson, complainant, vs. Elisha P. Fort et als., defendant. TTAPPEARING FROM AFFIDAVIT FILED L in this causehat tbe defendant. Elwha P. Port, is a non-resident of tbeState of Tennessee: it is therefore ordered that he enter hi appear ance herein before or within the first three days of the next tsrm of said Court, to be held on the first Monday In November next, 1S67. and plead, answer ocdemnrtn complainant's bill, or tho same will be taken for confessed as to him and set for bearing ex parte, and that a copy of this order be published for four consecutive weeks in the Nashville Union and Dispatch. A copy Attest: M.B. H0WKLL. Clerk and Master. Abram L. Demoss. Sol'r for eompl't, jeffl wit In Chancery at Nashville. State of Tennessee Office Clerk and Master. Chaneery Court nt Nashville, June the 5tb,lS67. W- W Totten et al., complainants, vs. II. C. Carhart et als., defendants. TTAPPEARING FROM AFFIDAVIT FILED i in this cause that the defendanU.HjC. Car hart, adm'r of Jos. W. Gill .deceased, W.Mer edith. Jos. Vandersliee, Evan andersliee. Saia'l Penny baker. Margaret Pennybaker. Tbos. Rossiter. Rachel Rosfiter, Aicholas Bean. Mary Bean. Ellen Ullman. Frances Simpson. Frances Brrfegle, Mary Casey, Catharine Mosnett, Ann TmJu. W. Gill. Bloomer B.U.1I and Oarr.e Gill, are non-residenU of the State r Tennes see it is therefore ordered that thejr enUr their ""T. Kr.fi , or within tbe fimt three, days of the next, tenn o taQanrt. to be held on toe ursi uuuuj u ants DUl, or iuc " : as to them and set for hearing ns patte, and that a eeprof thU order be nubltahed fcr fcur conecnuve weeits iauio.iwi" Ky-Attest: M.HSLW W. F. Cooper, Sol'r for eompl't. JtfneSS wit Jar T r t.s.rK i'.4 A ti; ml M,i4ni. u "Us t-rt ' LIVERY AND Kos. 39,4:1, 43 De'qderick street, Between Sninnier anil Cherry. rilHE UNDERSIGNED WOULD M0ST RE I smw-tfiillv call the attention of the citizens of Nashville and public generally, to his fine stock of BUGGIES. HORSES and CARRIAGES, which can be furnished at any hoar, day or night. The baggies and carriages are ot THE MOST MODERN STY17E and my horses cannot be excelled in speed and stvlfl bv anv in the citv. Give the "UP AND UP" a call, and I warrant tc give satisfaction. I w onld also call thejiarticular attention of the public to my facilities tor Boarding Horses, Having thoroughly repalrei and made large additions to my stables, fitting them up so as to secure the amplest room and comfort for the horses, embodying allnewand modern improve ments, and secured the services of the best thoroughly ventilated. I feel confident of tiring GENERAL SATISFACTION to all who may favor me with their patronage. Having sot apart a portion ot tms xunmmoia Stable tor the accommodation ot TRANSIENT CUSTOMERS, I most respectfully solicit a share of their pat ronage. Thankful for past favors, I meet respectfully solicit a continuance of the same.' J. F. PENTECOST, junel83m Proprietor. TO STONE MASONS. SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE Re ceived by me, at my office in Fayetteville, till the first Mommy In Jane next, for building at Fayetteville, Lincoln county, Tenueisee, a STONE JAIL HOUSE, two stories high, to contain six cells below, iron doors, tin or other mctallc roof, sewers, cistern, air fur nace for warming, etc., according to plan and specifications to bo seen at my office. Also, a BRICK HOUSE for Jailor's residence, with four rooms, eighteen by twenty feet. Payments will bo made in cash as the work progresses the whole to be completed in twelve months. R. FARQUHARS0N, Chairman Board of Commissioners. may34vv Union anp Dispatch publish four weeks daily, and forward bill to this office. Fuy'ttemll Observer. POSTPONED. The Plans nnd Specifications for the above Jail and Dwelling House will be ready for in spection ON THE 15th OF JUNE, and bids for the work will be received till tbe lost Saturday of June, at our office on Cherry street. LeMOINE & WILLIAMSON. Architects, Nashville, Tenn. may30 tiUune29 JAMES ItUmMLE & CO., 41 Bullitt Street, Mftiiiifactiircrs and Proprietors of HURLEY'S Compound Syrup of Sarsaparilla. HURLEY'S STOMACH BITTERS. IHURLEY'S AGUE TONIC. HURLEY'S WORM CANDY. Extract Jaumlca dinger. Dr, Seabrook's Soothing Syrup. HARTMAN'S Oriental Pearl Drops. BETTISON'S English Horse Unaiuent. SEATON'S Chemical Writing Fluid. apr5 In Chancery at Nashville. State of Tennessee Office Clerk and Master, Chaneery Court at Nashville, April the 25th, 1897. Horace M. Durgin, complainant, vs. Louisa F. Durgin, defendant. TTAPPEARING FROM AFFIDAVIT FILED JL in this cause that defendant, Louisa F. Durgin, is a non-resident of the State of Tennessee: it is therefore ordered that she erter her appear ance herein before or within tho first three days of the next term of said Court, to be held on the first Monday in Novembernext, 1867. nnd plead, answer or demur to complainant's bill, or the same will be taken for confessed as to her and set for hearing ex parte, and that a copy of this order be published for four conseeutivo weeks in the Nashville Union and Dispatch. A copy-Attest : M. B. HOWELL, Clerk and Master, McClanahan & Clare, Sol'rs for eompl't, iune27 wit In Chancery at Nashville. State oiKCenn9Se Office Clerk and Master, Chaneery f)nrt at Nashville, May the 6th. 1857. James W. Hamilton, Complainant, vs. Rhhard firotherton. Defendant, TTAPPEARING FROM AFFIDAVIT FILED -1 in thucaaiethatdetendant, Richard Brother ton is a son-resident of tbe State of Tennes see: it is therefore ordered that he enter his ap pearance herein before or within tbe first Hires days of tbe next term of said Court, to be beld on the first Monday in November next, 1587, and plead, answer or demur to complainant's bill, ortb same will be taken fur confessed as to him and set for hearing ex parte, and that a copy of this order be published for four consecu tive weeks in theNashville Unionantl Dupstch. A copy Attest: M. B. HOWELL, Clerk and Master. "Abram L. Demoss. Sol'r for Comp'a .eZ7 wtt In Chancery at Nashville. State of Tennessee Office Clerk and Master. Chaneery Court at Nashville, May the 22d, ls67. Wing, Tobey Sc Co. et als.. complainants, vs. Geo. F. Case et all., defendants. TTAPPEARING FROM AFFIDAVIT FILED -- in this cause that the defendant, Geo. it, Case, is a non-resident of tbe State of Tenn esse.: it is tberfore brdered that he enter his appearance herein before or within the first three days of the next term of said Court, to be held on the first Monday in November next, 1S67, and plead, snswer or demur to complainants' bnl, or tbe same will be taken for confessed as to him and set fur hearing ex parte, and that a copy of this order be published for four consecutive weeks in the Nashville Union and Dispatcbk A copy Attest : M. B. HOWELL, Clerk and Master, MeClAnahan k Clare, Jtol'rs for compl'ts. iuneSS wit Jn Chancery at Nashville. State of Tennessee Offise Clerk and Master, Chaneery Court at Nashville, May the 18th, 177. Ann Stotbard et als., oomplaintnts. vs. Horace H. Harrison et all., defendant. T T APPEARING FROM AFFID AVJT FILED JL in this cau'e that the defendant, N. E. Allo way, is a non-resident of the State of Tennes see : it is therefore ordered that he enter his appearance herein before or within the first three days of the next term of said Court, to be bold on the first Monday in November next. 1807, and plead, answerer demur to complainants' bill, or the sune will be taken far confessed at to him and set for hearing ex parte, and that a copy of this order be published for fsnr eonseaative weeks in the Nashville Union and DUpaten - A copy-Attest : M, B. HOWELL, Glarl? and Master. Bate k Williams. Abram L- Demoss. Sel'rs for complainants. joneZS wit Gil EAT MSTBlDTiOlV BY THE aicrchnnta nnil Mnnnfhtnrcrs' JEWELRY ASSOCIATION, 193 and 195 Broadway, JNEW YORK CITY. OF ROSEWOOD PIANOS AND MSLO deens. Fine Oil Paintings, Engravings, Sil ver Ware, Gold and Silver Watches and elegant Jewelry, consisting of Diamond Pins, Diamond Rings, Gold Bracelets, Coral, Florentine, Mo saic, Jet, Lava, and Ladies' Sets. Gold Pens with gold and silver extension holders, Slcove But tons, sets of Studs, Vest and Neck Chains, etc., etc., valued at 1,000,000, .FOR ONE DOLLAR. Tho 3Icrchnnt.V nnd Slnnafhcturer' Jewelry Association calls your attention to the fact of its being thelargest and most popu lar Jewelry Association in tbo United &t&:es. The business is nnd always has been conducted in tbo most t.mdid and honorable manner. Our rapidly incronsing trade is a sure guarantee of the appreciation ot our patrons tor tnts metliod of obtaining rich, elegant and costly goods. The sudden stagnation of trade in Europe, owincto the late German war, and recent disastrous finan cial crisis in Europe, has caused the failure of a large number of jewelry houses in London tnd Paris, obliging them to sell their goods at a great sacrifice, in some instances less than oae third the cost of manufacturing. We have lately purchased very largely of these bankrupt goods, at such extremely low prices that we can afford to send awar finer goods, and give better chances to draw the most valuable prizes than any other establishment doin a similar business. OUR AIM IS TO PLEASE, and we respectfully so licit your patronage, as we are confident of giv ing the utmost satisfaction. Dnring the past year we have forwarded a number of the most valuable prizes to all parts of the country. Those who patroniie ns will receive the full value of their money, as no article on our list is worth less than ono dollar, retail, and there are no blanks. Parties dealing with us may depend on having prompt returns, and the article drawn will, be immediately sent to any address by return mail or express. Tbe following parties have recently drawn valuable prizes from the Merchants' and Manu facturers' Jewelry Association, and have kindly allowed use of their names: Frederick V. Browne, Esq., Treasury Depart ment, Washington, D. C, Piano, value, $450; Miss Anna L. Frost, Waverly Terrace, New York city, ladies' gold enameled and diamond set Watch, value, 300; William B. Emmons, New Orleans. La., Sewing Machine, value. 375: GeorgoL. Davenport. Meblle. Ala, Silver Tea Set, value. S200; Miss Lucy Orentt, Albany, HI., Sewing Machine, value, $66: Mrs. Mary J. Downing. Louisville. Ky.. Gold Watch, value. $200; James B. Fowler. Uarrisburg, Pa , silver hunting case IV atch. value, ?.r: Rev. William Peyser, Milwaukee, Wis.. Wheeler k Wilson Sewing Machine, value, $125; J. J. Bickfbrd, San Francisco. Cat., gold lined silver Tea Set, value. $300; Edward L. Rice, St. Louis, Mo., Melodeon, value, 250; Miss Helen E. Sinclair, Detroit, Mich-, diamond cluster Ring, value, $225; Horatio G. Frost. Chicago, 111., large Oil fainting, valne, iZW; Mrs. Charlotte h. llewina, Doniphan, Kansas, Chickering Grand Piano, value, $700. and Music Box, vaiuS. 65. Many names could be placed on the list, but we publish no names without permission Our patrons are desired to send us United States cur rency when convenient. Partial I.1U or Articles lo (tie Sold for ONE DOLLAR EACH, without regard to value, and not to be paid for until yon know what you are to receive: 10 Chickering Grand Pianos, worth $500 to $700 15 elegant Rosewood Pianos - 200 to 450 15 elegant Melodeons. rosewood ease 175 to 23) 50 first class Sewing Machines.... 40 to 300 75 fine Oil Paintings 30 to 100 150 fine Steel Engravings, framed 20 to 30 M Music Bcxes .. 25 to 40 150 revolving patent Castors, silver-. 20 to 40 50 Silver Fruit and Cake Baskets - 20 to 35 400 sets of lea and Table Spoons 20 to 40 160 Gold Hunting Case Watehes, war ranted - 50 to 150 100 Diamond Rings, cluster and sin gle stone 75 to 380 175 Gold Watches 85 to 150 300 Ladies' Watches 60 to 100 500 Silver Watches 20 to 75 Diamond Pins. Brooches and Ear Drops, La dies Sets of Gold and Coral, Jet nnd Gold. Flo rentine, Mosaic, Lava and Cameo, sets of Studs. Vest and Neck Chains, plain nnd chased Gold Rings. Uold Thimbles. Lockets, new style Belt Buckles', Gold Pens and Pencils, foncy Work Boxes, Gold Pens with gold and silver extension holders, and a large assortment of fine Silver Ware and Jewelry of every description, of the bestmoka and latest styles. A chance to obtain any of the above articles for One Dollar, by purchasing a sealed envelope for Twenty-five Cents. Five sealed envelopes will be sent for SI. eleven for $2, thirty for $5, sixty-five for $10, one hun dred fur S15. Agents Wanted Everywhere. Unequalled inducements offered to Ladies and Gents who will act as such. Our descriptive cir culars will be sent on application. Distributions are made in the following man ner: Certificates naming each article and its value are placed in sealed envelopes, which nre well mixed. One of these envelopes, containing the certificates or order for some article, will be delivered at our office, or sent by mail to any address, without regard to choice, on receipt of twenty-fivecents. On receiving the certificate, tho purchaser will see what article it draws and its value, and can send one dollar and receive tbe article named. Purchasers of our souled envelopes may, in this manner, obtain au article worth -from ono to five hundred dollars. Long letters are unnecessary. Have the kind ness to write plain directions. Orders for sealed envelopes must in every case be accompanied with the cosh, with the name of the person send ing, and town, county and State plainly written. Letters should be addressed to the managers, as follows : JACKSON, COIINISII fc CO., 193 and 195 Broadway, New. York. inar31 3m J. LUMSDEN & CO., XASUTAOTOaSBS AND OE1LKBS 'i.t HIDES, OILS, LEATHER Findings Curriers' Tools, No. O SOUTH MARKET STREBT, No. 9 NASITTILLE, TENNESSEE. inlyl3-tf DISSOLUTION. mllK COPARTNERSHIP. HERETOFORE X existing under the name and style of Foster brothers is hereby, dissolved by mutual coDjent, All Denons owinsr Foster Brothers can 5od their offico in rear of Guild A Smith's Law Office, formerly occupied by Foster & McEwen. Messrs. ARMISTEAD k WOODS have pur chased the entire interest ot the lirra. FOSTER BROTHERS. Nashville, Febiuary.1807. pleasure to recommend Messrs. Armistead k Woods to all our customers and the public- gen- 11 1 V. 4 U .... AAn,;nA iVnii. ton. TlStkltJ, MM UUD 1 1 1 DJ nil. VIllllllUU ' ' , ' tranage, so liberally extended to the old firm. FOSTER BROTHERS. Nashville. February. lo7. taarl5 tf A. & . RAMIE, NO. 21 ISRttAD STREET, Between Market and College streets, WHOLESALE DAKERS AND CON FECTIOSfEUS, Manufacturers of all kinds of Candies, Crackers, Cakes and Bread, Dealers in all kinds ofPruits, Nats, Raisins and Sardines, Oysters. Canned Fruits, Pickles, Toyi, Notions, etc., etc. The attention of the city and country mer chants resneetf ally solteited. WM. KB EG AN, Salesman. A. .V W. It ANNIE. fb231y GREAT SACRIFICE. Still More Greenbacks Wanted A S WE ARE STILL IN WANT OF MORE JXQreeabaskj, we will offer stiM greater iadaee ments to onr friends and to the public in gen eral. We will sell our 8C3I3IEII DRESS HOODS, LACE l'OINTS, SILK CLOAKS, And all ether Summer flood. AT fiJEW YORK COST For the balance ef this season. Domestic Uoods at still lower rates. Cnilco from 10 to IC cant. Gents lints 3 per cent betow fort. Good Line it Towels at in cents. Cnslmeres, Cloths, Tricots, etc., at greatly reduced prices. Coma quisk if yn wantbareaios.aa we must have Greenbacks. Gold and Silver not refused. G.Riqa & C0.3S No. 62 NorftiglIeg?Street. Juneaolm ' " wdfTfti,. JS.j WEBER & CO., Wholesale? Amotion gpMPLSSION.MEIlCIIANTS No. a South Hide Public Sqnnre, Next door to Berry k Demovflle's Drug Store 0LICII OlNSIQXM ENTi OF DRYaOODS. Boot7 Shoes, C!lthfeg.Greerfe. Hardware Ina Ware. VarieilecsUL. (Vtni4irmniSitn rtr upon prompt and fsltHful attention to cvastg uents. and immediate retains upon sales. t 1 n sv i a xj 1 apeciat 'Attention Given to Ont-Dooi t..r ' .jw'. . -tnay221m .JTJST RECEI7ED, A Lnrge itutl Complete Assortment or G AR.DI N SEED, Frsm the wl known hijitc of DAVID I.AXDRET1X fc SON, ST- , PHILADELPHIA. Gardensrs and others -wantit (thew ean rslr on getting Genuinp and. -Eresh Seed, AT RBASONABLK PRICBS. BE 31 OYI L LIS at CO., BliUGGlSTS, CORNER CHURCH AND CHERRY STS. janl2-tf FOE CHILLS AND FEVEK, Uwo the Best! HURiLEY'S AGUE TONIC Never Fails Always to be Defended Upon Nothing more reliable than Hurley's Tunic. WILLCURE AGUE AND FRVBR. CAILUS and Fever. Intermittent Fever. Dumb Ague. Every parson who has tried Hurley's Tonic speaks in the highest terms of it. As a carativa agent it is unsurpassed and more certain than quinine. No bod resaluKromasfngHURLEY'S TONIC. Everybody shonld use UULBY'3 AGUE TONIC. Send order to JAMES, RUDDDLE A-CO.. Proprietors, Louisville, Ky. Hurley's Stomach Itllters. For Debility, Loss of Appetite. Weakness, Indi gestion or Dyspepsia, want of action on the Liver, Disordered Stomach, there are no bit ters that compare with these in removing these distressing complaints. For sale or eaa he had at any Drug Store in the United States, or from the proprietors, Louisville, Ky., corner Seventh and. Green streets, to whom all orders should be addressed. Hurley's Snrsapnrllln. The great Blood Purifier, as a Spring and Sum mer Medicino stands unrivaled, removes all im purities trom the blood, and gives health and strength to the system. JAMES, RUDDLE k CO.. Proprietors. Hurley's I'opulnr Worm Canity. As this is really, a Specific for Worms, and the best and most palatable fbrm to give to children, it is not surprising that it is fast takia4the place of all other preparations for worms, it being taste less, any child will take it. Orieutnl Penrl J)rops. For Beautifying the CompIexion.'tflfceiMlty re move Tan, Freskles, Bletshes, and gfvfog the skin an elegant smoothness not easily attained by any other. I ts use among the ladies of fash ion in the East, gives it a character for etteaey which at onee stamps it as in finitely superior for the toilet of n lady. Ink! Ink! Ink 1 Seatan'a Chemieal Writing Fluid is becoming world-renowned for its superior quality, llaviaic boen introduced only about six years, it has be come the principal in use with those who want a fine, free Sowing ink. and for Its pertaansaey it Is decidedly the best ink ftir records that can be used. For counting-bouses, banks or schools, it is unequalled, and needs only to be tried to be approved. For sale by Druggists and Merchants everywhere. JAMES, RUDDLE A CO., Proprietors. Corner Seventh ami Green streets. Ltuisville. Kentucky R. A. ROBINSON k CO., Wholesale Ag ts. Louisville, Ky. For sale by Berry, DeojovlHeft W barton; J. K7 Uarwellr LittereV & CnWer. PtiKtMn A Mc 'Oultngh; Blood . Ufetfery-, N sshvislte and by nil Druggists. isel3 lydAw It AND FOK SAL.E. A VALUABLE TRACT OF LAND. SITU ated in the neighborhood of Tri one, Wil liamson county, Tennessee, isatfefed for sale by thesubscrihr. Tbe soil is rich, and is well adapted to the production of estton. wheat, corn und other cereal crops. It is near the Nashville and Nolensville Turnpike, and very convenient to two academies and several i-harehm. aad is surrounded by excellent society. It is finely watered with a creek of running water entirely through the land, and several Miver-failinir springs. It is well adapted to blue grass, and the bottom land to meadows. An excellent stock farm mitbt be made of it, oh scaonnt ot the water and the bill land. Iwifhc sailed fur grass. '1 be tract contains 320 sciw. and it the urchaser should desire it. adjoinimr lands ran 10 purchased. A bargain ean be bouaht by apply ing to tbe undersigned, or Ui John . Claybrook, who Is authorized tosell it. apr2tf WILLIAM . BKASLKY. In Chancery at Nashville. State of Tennessee Office Clerk and Master Chancery Court at Nashville. April the 24th, 1867 Reid, Chadbeurn k Co. et als OMBtdaiaants, vs. S. W. Lasbs et akg defendants, r T A PPEARING FROM AFFIDAVIT FILED lin this cause that the defendants. Loais Wit kouski and Simon Witkouski are nan-residentA of the State of Tennessee: it is there fore ordered that they enter' their appearance herein before or within the first three dsys of the next term of said Court, to be haid on the first Monday in November next, 1B67, and plead, answer or demur to Complainants' bill, or the same will be taken for confessed as to them sod set far hearing ex parte, anddbat a eepy of this order be published for foureonseautivs weak 3 in the Nashville Union and Dispateh. A copy Attest: M. B. IIOWBLL. Ci&r&flotil SjtfCAr Philip Lindsley, Sol'r forcoaud'ts. Jttaeft wit In Chancery at Nashville. State of Tennessee OSse Clerk sad Master, Chancery Courtat Nashville, April the 23d, 1167. Henry B. Champion, complainant, vs. James W. Goostree et sis., defefldaata. TT APPEARING FROM AFFIDAVIT FILED in this cause that the defendants, Cbwrlf i A. Campbell, Emma Campbell, an unknown child of said Emma Campbell, an unknown 1 ter of the defendant Mary Goostree, and tbe un known children bf said unknown sister of sail ilury Uoettree, are non-residents of the .Statu ,f Tennessee : it is therefore orderod that thev enter their appearance herein beibra or wi'hui the first three days of the next term ol 'aid Court, to ha held en lbs 1st Monday in November next. 1S67, and plead, answer or demur to r sa plainant's bill, or the same will nr taken f r confessed as to thera aad set fsrhearifwex psrt e. and that a copy ef this older ha published f ,r four consecutive weeks in the Nashville Unen and Dispatch. A espy Attest : M. B. 1I0WSLL. Clerk-aad Matter Michael Vaughn, Sol'r for compl't. JaS7 wi! In Chancery at Nashville. State of Tennessee Oflies Clsik and Msster. Chancery Court at Nashville, June thalOih, 1807. William Wehl. complainant, vs. O. W. B'th well et nil., defendants. TTAPPEARING FROM APFtDAVIT PILED in the seeend amende bill in this eaui that the defendants, G. W. BothwaM. O. C. Miller, Ben. Hnntlsgton and Chss. Armstrong, are non residents sf the Stale or Tennessee: tt is there fore ordered that they enter their appearance heroin before or within the first three days of the next term of said Coart, to ba held n the first Monday in November naxt, 18a7. and plead, answer or demur to compUiDaat' second amend ed bill, or the same wifi be tahen lor sea hissed as ts them and set for bearing ax asta. asal tbnt a copy of this of Jar be ipabHshaf fr four ron seen tire weeks In the Nashville Union and Du pdteb. A oopy-Attset: M. B. HOWTTLL Clark aad Jlastar. W. G. Brian k Betas. 8j'rs for aoaaai't. june7 wit In Chancery at Nashville. State of TMMSHt-Oies Clerk ami Matter. GtuMwy Court at NasavWk. May ttM 4h. 157 John D. Jae. ceeaplaiaaat, vs. K, L.Biagbam et als., defendants. -TTAPPEARING FROM AFFIDAVIT PILED in this cause Ibat the defendant, R. L. Bing ham, is a nen-reeidefit of the Stale of Ten nessee: it is therefore order 1 that ha enter his appearance herein bsfure er within lha irst three day of tbe next tartnaf satd Court, to h beld on the first Monday fn Xovewtfw nxt,1SS7, and plead, anww or demur to eumpiaiBaati's but. r the saaa will be taken for eoHa. as to him ami sat for hearing x narte. aad that a sopy ( lbj order be puMishsi for fear en-utiv weeks in ifcs Nashville UhWh and f Iwailch A eor-AMt : M. B. noOEL. Ciasfe nadtMlMUr. Abram L. Detnsas, Sol'r fur eoawi L t2T w wit In Chancery at Nashville. State of TennaaHe-0ae Clerk aad Master. Chaneery Coart at Nashville. April theSka. 1T. Charles Boly, ectnpluinHiif, v. A. B. Mont gomery et als., deftnjdjints. TT APPBARINGFROl AFFIDAVIT FILED X in thu cause that the dsfefidiar A. H. Montgomery. U a non-rdat ef .Um .state af Tennessee: it is tsrra ordered that he enter his appwaae hin bsiara ar wilhia tbe first three dsy ot the Iwxt term of Court, la be beld on ibefint Mantis? w Jfavsm ber next. 1H67, and plead, aaavrer or dawar ta plainant's bill, er the sataa wiM be taken for enfesU as to him nnd .t for Wnf x iwrte, andthstaepyof h FfWtf! fr ffoar evnsecative week in the NwbvUss tnin and Dispateh. .., AWyAltnt: John Reid. Bsfr for oaapl'U wtt ' siuiillllimi lilt" niiuutiu, w-3,-iVtv tttftrarMTtT.Trrvn .Si 1 nwi w tl hHMtOr ef M-iry J. .May. 7 fWar nur an 1 ward aad 1 . . n 1 1 . -,..i.i , iuilAMl Im - Cm ward aad make imeus1L"t MKinfRA, awlxiiosa iJidtng ota oiastlir win MittMU if mm u. t'm wit hi h tfin neriui l.rijmthi ,1 W turn nr they will be forever haresd. jnneiz lm A. u. trtctuuruA, Adas r. s 1. ' t slat haxes. janeSTflaa