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JONES, WATIAC'K fc CO.
Term or Sulprlillou.
I laity, per year
iimij, permentu -
DaWr, per week
Tri-Weekly, per year
Weekly, per year
n eeaiy, per w -
Payaest invariably in Urwe, and the paper
J41hb4buoA when the time paid far expire.
- $Hltary 'ceramrinreations.Vontftirji'ngMnter
wrtiRglmiwsrUntoewf.iHoited from any quarter
XewWelters from the' Various Cfluntiee of the
(Mate especially desired.
TUESDAY. JULY 30. 1807. i
Lnrcest Clrcnlatlon in City and State
Gon8epvative Union Ticket.
. .. . for poyiiRtfoik
53HFERSON ETI1ERIDGE,
OF WBAKLKY. .
rtm H-rcMKiENR!(T or fvbvk intsctiox.
cirs. came :iiojsr,
or Shelby.
ils&sjbf FOR C0NbltBL'
M District, JAMES WHITE, nf Hawkins.
JOIIX 1VI I.I.I AMS, ef Kdox.
I O. FLEMING of Wanvn.
CI). COOPER, of Bedford.
BAILIE PEYTON", of Sumner.
D. It. THOMAS, 8f Hump'lirey.
W. P. CA.nwr.Lr.. of Weakly.
J. W. LEFTUTOH, of Shelby.
M
4 or erxir bsjkatc :
ttjci:eiv temple.
FOB RFrREBEKIATIVBfl :
i. x. AVA.iic3i:rt,
WIL1.TAM DiaVKIt.
(Stf KOB PL9ATBK.
TinSO. TKATJEIlNICflT.
STATE CENTRAL COJIillTTEE. .
JHW C Gaut. of Davidson. Chairman.
Johk Baxtcb, of Knox.
W--B. OivrBBtL, f Wilson.
Dfl&aiT B. Thoiub, of Humphreys.
J-ww Jxr, of Greene.
A. A. 8TKM.K, of Marshall.
S, Oahmow. ef Shelby.
Executive Committee for atiddle Ten
nessec.
Smu Lblltbtt, John -.Bhiew,
THSO. TBJHfBRKHJflT. AY. Matt. Brown.
TVlEAVfi OF THE DAY.
The life raft "Nonpareil," which (wiled
from New York on the 4l intf., arrived at
Southampton, England on the 26th int.
The Xenia (Ohio) T&rddigk remark
"It aiipara to be altuowt a foregone ooncln
Rfennhat George If. Pendleton ii'to brfthe
Dewiocrntic candidale for next President."
A mixed Amazon, with the hiirh-Roiiiid-
ing title of "Right ltev. Hon. LL. D. Mr.
FTe. W.llarner," la haranguing tlte North
Carolina blacks upon sullrage.
A government exploration of the Ottawa
river. Canada, lias ium been completed. It
has been ascertained that the river is a
thotmand inileo lone. The native inliabi
tanta at its souree are 1'agana, and have a
plurality of wivoa.
(Ten Prussian conscripts of the Imperial
army on the 20th inst. escapedto an
American ship, at Bremen, just on the-point
Ul nil I llll. A lie A I uimuii auuiui uivn cn-
tened to open their battorim on the veel
if they were not Mirrendercd, and the Cap
tain gave tlioiu up.
A courier hwi arrived at Fort Leaven
worth from Fort Gibson for medical up
pliea and aalntancc. The cholera prevails
among the civil employes, Indians and
freednien at that prat but lias not yet at
tacked the troop. The dieetue is decreas
ing at Port Ilarkcr.
Grn. Sickles has imued an order plaoing
Mime of his mibordinatox in North Carolina
uiidur arrest, for taking art in the politi
cal oamiaigii in North Carolina. Among
others, Col. Deweee, formerly of Indiana.
Tjheoxaot character of the onier, or the
jfrtwse olnrges on which It in bawl, Imve
nt yet trampired.
Littleton Wells and Sun ford lioburts,
living in Welby, Kentucky, quarreled
about a yotimr lady, to whom the latter was
engaged. Well insulted ht successful
rival 'at a pic-nic On the 20th insL, a chal
lenge followed, they met on the 22(1, and
on the flint fire AVells fell dead, with a bul
let in his brain, and Itoberttt was shot
through the breast, the wound being be
yond doubt fatal.
The District Court at Richmond began
its hiwion on the 20th inst. Judge Under
wood, in his charge to the grand jury, said
it would have a new class of cases before
it, viz: porHona charged with illegal re
Kistrution. lie advised moderation, saying
that many .had registered on the strength
of the Attorney Genorars opinion, and re
' oe mm ended that if any cases wore pre
sented thoy should beproaiiaeut and well
inff nncd men, and not the poor and igno
rant. The colored jwpiilation of Quincy, Illi
nois, needs reconstruction. A party of
them attacked a prayer meeting of their
own race, on the 20th int., set tire to the
building, and stabbed u Dr. Hubbard in
the mouth. Leaving tluve, they atteoked
some persona returning from a tireuian's
meeting, knocked one man down and
stabbed another dangerously. Ultimately
one of the ruflians was killed and four
others arrested.
The Washington correspondent of the
New York 3'me sys that a tremen4oiis
pressure is already brought to bear upon
the Secretary of the Treasury and Com
missioner of Internal Revenue to prevent
the carrying out of contemplated reforms
in the manner of collecting the tax on dis
tilled spirit. So many millions of capi
tal is invf-lved in the illicit production of
liquors, 'that a league of the prominent
tlkttlllors and testifiers is a most formidable
power to ovoroorae.
An eld man named Ellis Jones, was shot
by hi eon at Peoria, Mahaka county,
lwa, or the Sd inst. The father told hia
boy to feed the horMe, when the boy re
foeed, and word followed until the !y
" drew a pistol and shot his father in the left
dc. The cause of the affair is supped
to be the fact that the old man had deeded
his property to his sons, provided tltcy
would take care of him until he died, and
they thtts connived at hie death, the boy
being a tool in the hands of the others.
The VimwM JIrM of the 10th is in
formed hy Opt. Hughe, commanding the
battalion ef Montana volunteers, thai one
hundred and fifty Crow Indians made a
sally into the settlements of Gallatin Val
ley, drivine off stock. The citiMHM pur
sued the Indians, who ignorant of the lo
cation of the troop, rau into the military
lines, and were surrounded, the rtock re
cantured. and two Indians shot. Oho m1-
ilfBr wounded by the Indians, himself
wounded an Indian, who was riddled with
bullet. Upon examination of the body a
eealp of a white woman wm found plaited
Into h!s own.
TOTHK fHOPIiK.
TUB PKOPLK ARB NOTIFIED,
THAT IN THE EVENT OF THE NE
LBCT, OR REFUSAL, OR FAILURE
FROM ANY CAUSE OF THE AP
POINTED OFFICERS OF ELECTION
TO OPEN THE IN ANY CIV
IL DISTRICTS IX ANY COUNTY,
THREE FREEHOLDERS OF THE
(JOUNTY ARE AUTHORISED BY
LAW TO QUALIFY THEMSELVES,
EACH SWEARING THE OTHER IN
TUB PRESCRIBED FORMS, AsD
PROCEED TO HOLD THE ELECTION
AND CERTIFY THE RETURNS TO
THE SHERIFF.
TtiK ItofristrntMm Comwiyioner of
Warren oonnty, who is nWo tk fWble
eUitor of the McMinayNle Hmjie,
vritlkout any enterprise at all, mvi 'who
has a squad of BrownWs "m&lisli" an.
der his eouiman4, mhjs the Uxwn and
Disi-ATOU ought te be Jjiltched into the
Cumberland river. Cruol a, eome
dewn nndaplteh Jn."
At the clos of ?e rarf no carfy
two and a half years" ace, itBn-aaWe
fond cxpectationjo. lpgo' mfljoritjpf
the people of Wth'secon?', that real
peace, with restoration of the prosperity
- - . t t . . A. .
of the war-blastcu region, wouia set. in ,
and fltat long ota,lbis, reciprocal relations
more intimate and mutually profitable
tllrlxis'rMMfPnyearsanrtfi
tost F&&iaffiS
deemed possible that all the social aaper-
tids would be oftoned,. or., all graces of
bitter feeline on cither Hide would be
obliterated ; but it was a reasonable an
ticipation tlint Uie complotc surrender to
wiiiolrth'c Southern people wore reduced,
and thep'romptneeg with whioh they re
cognizell and the sincerity with which
they aecepted the fact, would have ex
oited a spirit of magnanimity amou
the Northern people toi mmedlatoly' open
wido every channel of business' inte
ooureo andircadjust, under the oonstitu
tioh, the displacements p.f healitical
fabric. Hut fbr the. obstuoles willfully
interposed by pestilent Northern poli
tieians and a basojjreWj. of Southern cc
aujutors, oi wmcn inner ciuaa ibuhcbdcb
was cursed with the basest, this consum
mation would have occurred.
There is little doubt'that A IV. Lincoln
forosaw the rise of the Radical party so
early as February, '05, andfeought levari.
tioipate the trouble the nation now labors
under by the Hampton Roids conferences
... .. r 1 t .1 . .. lit
witn tne uonieuerate autnoruies. air.
Jehnson succeeded to llio Presidency
with similar views, and from April to
December of 1865, sought to restore the
Union. He did not convene Congress,
because having shared the councils of
Mr. Lincoln, he feared interference in the
work. Ha rejeotod the Shorman-JohnBton
treaty, the only really true and sourid
basis of adjustment, and doubtless fall
by him to He sueh, in deference to North
em sentiment He used the pardoning
power with discretion for the same reason.
He exacted, harsh . conditions fromulfo
Southern States, such ns were only ju
tifinble tinder the same view. He had,
indoed, restored the Union practically tn
December, 1SG5, and if his work had
been permitted to stand, by this time th
people in good temper and with good
snae would have corrected its imperfec
tions. Instead oi the ihsoora now pre
vailing, which scarcely less than actual
war paralyzes industry, there would bo
substantial penae- and prosperity. And
fwbWs responsible that we are still in
the midst of political commotion and in
dustrial prostration ?
The leaders in the thirty-ninth Congress
wore men who believed like Brownlow
that the war ended two years too soon
and they set deliberately to work anti
foruiod the Radical party. K Mr. Lin
coln had lived, who, as wo have said, had
oarly discerned the diabolical sentiment
around which n band of able and cun
ning knaves would attempt to collect sucb.
an organization, it would have failed.
Rut the prosont occupant of. the Presi
dency, though a man of stronger intel
lect and will, was uufortunately situated
to chock those schemes. Ho came to the
Executive chair under circumstances
which re-aroused nil the bad passions of
the war, but for whioh the Southern peo
ple were net responsible. He was a
Southern ihru by birth, and a Democrat
before the war. The villaincus men who
had sot thpir hearts on prolonging strife
seized on those facts with avidity. They
have destroyed the prospect of restora
tion; they have prolonged the' wnr; they
have substituted military satrapies for
the oivil governments which presented
thomsajvoa at Washington in 1805 ; they
havo placed Brownlow, who is but a poqr,
miserable tool of -this party, over .Ten
nessee, thoy aro maintaining tlio cx
ponsos or Ihe government at live or six
times what they should be ; thoy aro re
tarding the reinstatement of business
prosperity in the South ; they are, in con
sequence, crushing the people with taxes
while theydro impairing -their ability to
pay , in a word, they have well nigh com
pletely destroyed the government as;a
Federal Union of States with free Repub
lican constitutions.
When intelligent men come to rote on
Thursday, let them tuko this brief retro
spect, and they will readily disiovor the
source of the woes unnumbered under
whiJi we grodn.. Jf it dees not convinae
every man who loves his country and his
State, and desires the restoration of fra
ternal union and concord, and the re
sumption of the wholesome ways of pros
perity, that it is his duty not only to vote,
but to work earnestly to defeat Brown
low and the cabal he has about him, it
will be another ovidence that popular
liberty is easily lost, and that knavery is
more than a mat oh for intelligence and
uprightness in the art of govorning peo
ples. THE Ml'I.ir IX MAURY.
Tins Columbia Herald and GattlU of
the 20th inst. stated that it had heard on
good authority that .7. .7. Noah 'boll de
clared himself an independont candidate
for the Legislature against Gilmer, the
Radical nominee. The Prtt and Times
denied the statement, nnd demand it felt
sure "AKJ. Ntah would Heorn to not po
treacherously toward the Republican
party as to playihe .'boltor and split the
regular ticket." The Herald and Ga
zette of the 27th says the Press and Times
knew when it uttered tliis denial "thht
Maj. Noah bad iled his affidavit with tho
Secretary, of State deolaring himself n
candidate," and adds
" It way be treachery to the Republican
party, and it may he a slh scheme of
Major Noah's, but it k neverthelees a fact
that lie is on the track ami going under
whip-and spur, head and tail up, and de
termined to beat Gilrder if he can. The
Prtm mist Tm4 evidently does not like it.
But how if Major Noah is elected, he will
certainly not be refused a seat. He cer
tainly is Radical enough for the most
Radical use. It is true he denounces Brown
low, according to street rumor, a an un
mitigated Hooundrol but then il-k he has
bad every opportunity of knowing and the
facts mav be that way, and the iVew w
7 Wee ou'eht to be oareAil least it provokes
the Major to irove hie charges true. More
over, the new candidate has been in a posi-
lion to learn me exact cuancicr w
others of the loyalifU, inoJudiug the Prms
and Tme fraternity, so we would adviee
tbat paper to keep uwiet."
The McMTnnviHe Enkrprite saya tho
militia flag which we described a
"brindlo" one, some days ajp, had "faded
from long service," How long hau it
been in the service? and what arduous
trials baa it gone through to take trom At iu
colors? It is rather, in iU disguise, tho
symbol of despotism. Tho flag of the
vu u isquuo a uiuurcui uiiuu-
i
THE NC'BCIA-i IOK.It)EiriIE StADI-
law uAXii-ijjoa tufa Aiou a
l-i, 3 -HXJ JTX.K.V1 Jt.lV. BM
Yesterday lOTntng aSoflimittcD of
radicals called upon the glayor his
office to request that he appoint Radicals
on tho special, police, required by tho
city laws to be raised to preserve the
peace and protect tho citizens on the! day
po3eu ot Ataj Atden, Kegistration commissioner)-
iftuUgc Jarejf Candidate for
the State Senate, John Ruhm, editor
of the Staals Zeittiruj, a. "Sir. Cavitt and
others. " They stated tbe"ir mission; to be
to solicit the appointment of members of
the Radical party as special policemen
on Iho day of election; The Mayoronr
teously replied that he did not consider
tbe special police as a political force, or
to be used to advance the interests of
any pr.rly ; that in his position as Mayor
he only desired to execute the city laws,
to preserve the public repose and protect
the citizens in their property and other
righ'ts'flJ 'far as his position and the laws
required of him. Addressing Maj. Al
denj he expressed surprise that be,.' who
had exhibited so much partisan spirit,
to receive the vword
in tho registra
j-Vl .-.( . u,j , u
1
ot f. Conservative
tion of voters and the appointment
of judges and clerks ?fof election,
shoonayItoV nidke " such
appointment.,--ltha
several
le observed" further,
members (of the com
jiuittee yvaa unknown to him ns permanent
residents of the city, and declined to ac
cent their counsel as to his duties. He
added that he could havo no other wish
or-object than the repose nnd'prosperity
of the people of Nashville, whatever
might be their feelings -and partialities
in respect to political parties. There
wore several well-known permanent citi
zens of the city, who, ho understood, to
be of the Radical way of thinking, and
named one member of the committee
and Messrs. Scovel, Shanklin and others
The Mayor stated it such citizens as
these would name gentlemen as proper
to be placed upon the list of spcoial police
men, he would take pleasure in deferring
to their wishes. Wo understand that
Carey retired precipitately, and tho other
members oi the cominittee expressed
their approval of the course indicated
by tho Mayor us tho one he would pursup.
Upon this subject we have a word of
warning for the Honorable Mayor. Some
ten days ago we published an exposure
of the ritual and designs of the Loyal
Leagues and the Cirand Army of the Re
public. The members of these organiza
, tions are sworn to espouso party under
all circumstances. They have been pre
paring for violence and bloodshed in this
city ;on the day of election.- This ex
postire has not been and cannot be truth
fully denied. The Mayor should be care
ful not to appoint one of these sworn
enemies of the public pence on the police
force. It would be introducing the
Grecian horse "within the walls of Troy,
hiring men with our own money to cut
our throats and destroy our property.
We have no objections to Radicals being
placed on tho police; but if the Mayor
shall appoint n Leaguer or a " comrade "
of the G. It. A. on that force, he will be
employing sworn assassins to disturb
the public repose. - - '
How VQTins are,Mdk. On Saturday
last we are informedtthat n bjsk bus!
ness was driven in giving out certificates
at Lavergne to colored males. No ques
tions were asked either as to age, resi
dence or loyalty, but the certificates were
given to the annointed without question
or price. The person who issued them
was not a Register. We aBked our in
formant if the Register had opened an
office at Lavergne "If o replied" that the
smuggling department wus doing tho
work. "How," Ave asked. "Why," said
he, "don't you know? Sherbrooko
wanted a t qertain number of voters in
that precinct It is in Rutherford coun
ty. He sent the certificates down to one
of his strikers, and he issued them ac
cordingly. Wby, that's as easy as fall
ing off a lo ! Are editors fools," he con
tinued, "who don't know when these
political cheats and gamblors have the
cards stocked in every civil district in the
State, they wont play 'em to win? Why,
that is Brownlowism !' And the man
who had called to give us an item, turned
and walked away as if he thought he had
met an honest man who was trying to
carry on business with thieves.
THE CONSERVATIVE PtATFORM.
At tho Convention of tho Conservative
Union men of Tennessee, which, as
sembled in this city on April last, and
nominnted Emerson Etheridgo as a can
didate for Governor, the following dec
laration of principles was adopted:
We, the Conservative Union men of
Tcnnesseepdopt the followjng platform of
principles: MHJ
1st. We are in favor of the nnion of the
States, under the constitution of the United
States, ahd we pledge ourselves to support
and defend the same.
2d. We are the friends of peace and civil
law, and that these great objects can be be.t
promoted by legislation recognizing equal
and cxactjustice to all exclusive privi
leges to none.
3d. We are in favor of immediate resto
ration.of our disfranchised fellow-citicens
to all rights, privileges and immunities of
full and complete citiienship.
4th. That our colored fellow-citizens,
beinc now citizens of the United States, and
citizens of the State of Teunefee, and vo
ters of this State, are entitled to all the
rights and privileges of citizens under the
laws and constitution of the United States
and of the State of Tennessee.
6th. We are opposed to the repudiation
of (the national debt, and are in favor of
equal taxation as the proper method of
paying the same.
Uth. That the establishment of a stand
ing army in our State, in time of peace, is
a flagrant and dangerous eneroaehraeut up
on the rights and liberties of the citizen,
heavily oppressive to the tax-payer, and
evidently designed to over awe voters at
the ballot-box.
7th. We cordially approve of the patri
otic efforts of Andrew Johnoon, President
of the United States, in defending the
constitution, preserving the unien ef. the
States, and maintaining the supremacy of
the laws.
Under this manifesto, the campaign
whioh will close at fauro'eleek on Thurs
day next, has been conducted by the
eloquent and intrepid champion of the
Conservative party, and its reprosate
tivos on the Congressional and Legisla
tive tickets.
Calumniated as Rebels and sympa
thisers with robellion against the gov
ernment, not a seutence has fallen from
theirlips has breathed such a sentiment,
while every speeeh has avowed attaoh-
ment to the constitution and Use Union.
Stigmatized as scditionisls and stlrrera
up of strife, they have inculcated, obedi-
ence tojunjustgaws, and while &fmyi
maintaining their righf free discuss
sion, hare ljStiently endured the en
croachngnttpand outrages of an organ
ized band of disturbers of (he peace.
Falsely charged with a purpose of
iloairinn nnlltipfil nowor Tn nrdor in on.
I'prelss, tlcy Jiave simplyyemanded for all
the people equal rights, and pledged
llftlfiWlWrB legiriaTion which' sRafl sV
qur'eubl political and civil priyileges
to all, of every race.
LATEST 'TELEGRAMS.
ira)NiGHT DISPATCHES.
I'roni Mexico.
Browxsyieee, July 27, via New Or
leans, July 29. Advices from San Luis to
the 15th inst. give the following intelli
gence: Gen. Viduary was shot in the City
of Mexico. He desired, just before the
execution, to have an interview with Gcb.
Diaz, anil was refused ; he then asked the
privilege of seeing his son, but Ihis was
hho refused.
M. Shaffer, counsellor of Maximilian,
has been imprisoned. The Liberal guards
arrested at Queratero will he sent to their
respective States for trial.
Gen. Masquera was leyying prestamos in
the capital.
The Liberal Prefects will be sent into
exile for six years, and their Secretaries
for two years.
Gen. Escobedo made the following ad
dress to, subaltern officers-of the Imperial
army before releasing them :
The Buprerae governmhnt might dispose
of the lives of those who forgetting they
were Mexicans and fought for a foreigner,
elevated to a power by the invader. But
the government always magnanimous,
forgives those who until now have been
enemies of their country, because it expects
their future conduct will correspond with
the clemency used toward the sons of
Mexico. You are at liberty and may ask
for your passport for any port where you
desire to reside.
An Imperial goldier. taken prisoner at
Queretaro, bas since been liberated,
writes from Moxbia that he has received
good treatment from the officers of the
Liberal army.
A special train left Guadalajara for
Manzanilla, on the third. Several French
prisoners lately released, accompanied the
train.
Kceeption of Oeu. Grant.
Philadelphia, July 29. Gen. Grant
arrived by special train from Long Branch
at noon, and proceeded directly to Harris
burg, from which place his family will go
to Doubling Gap, Cumberland county,
Penn., and the General will go to Wash
ington. New Yorlc Items.
New York, July 29. Professor Chas.
Anthony, of Columbus college, died to
day. Age ninety-nine years.
A fight occurred among the excursion
party which, went up the Hudson yesterday
on tho steamer Wm. Titamere and. two
barges. One man was pushed overboard
and drowned, and two others stabbed, and
a large number injured. The fight lasted
nearly all the time the party were absent.
most of whom, including females, were in
nocent spectators.
A brutal scene in the Supreme Court,
Judge Leonard overruled. On motion, the
counsel ot cummings, who sues James
Gordon, asked that the defendant's answer
be made more definite. The court de
clares it definite enough, and this will
probably prove fatal to the case.
An unsuccessful attempt to rob the Citi
zen's Bank was made on Saturday nierht.
The number of arrivals of immigrants
to-day amounts to 2635.
The government steam cutters Cyahoga
and Miami were sold at auction to-day, the
former at $31,400 and the latter at $7100.
ft is stated that the liabilities of the Un
adclla bank is not less than a quarter of a
million, while some estimate them at over
a million, it is feared that the depositors
will not receive ten cents on the dollar.
The Receiver at Washington has been ap
plied lor and will probably arrive in a few
days. Greal distress prevails about Una
della. One woman, a widow, became
crazed by her loss, and another attempted
to commit suiciue.
Affairs in Teiiiie.SHee, lc.
Washington, July 29. Official as well
as private accounts from Tennessee repre
sent tne danger ot outbreaks or riots alt
over the State next Thursday at the elec
tion as imminent. The government has
tor some days past been maturing such
measures as may preserve the peace. Mai
Gen. Thomas telegraphed the President to
day that all his troops were in Kentucky,
engaged in preserving order in that State:
but he believes he will be able, with other
forces at ins command, to prevent riots at
Memphis, lNashville, and other large towns
in Tennessee. He will go to Memphis to
morrow. Gen. Sanborn and Col. Tapping, commis
sioners under the recent act of Congress to
make peace with the Indians, have arrived
in this city and reported to the Commis
siener of Indian Affairs. These gentle
men will leave immediately for the Indian
country.
The United States Bteamer Onida arrived
at St. Vincent June 20, and would Bail for
Rio Janeiro the first of July.
TROM WASHINGTON. ,
Destitution in the Sonth Internal
ItoYcnno Receipts Indians on Ulie
Ere of Hostilities, etc., etc.
Washington, July 29. Postmaster
General Randall has returned from the
North.
Attorney General Stanberry left for West
Virginia, to be absent for two weoks. At
torney Uen. Barclay will in the meantime
discharge the duties of his office.
Information having reached the Freed
men's Bureau that the extreme destitution
in the South and Southwestern States had
ceased, the issue supplies by the Assistant
Commissioners will, under instructions
from the Secretary of War, be suspended 6n
the 20th of August. This;does not effect
the issue of rations to the sick in regular
organized hospitals or orphan asylums' for
refugees and freedmen.
The internal itevenue receipts to-aay
were $1,1S3,100.
The Commissioner of Patents will issue
for the week ending August Gth 273 pat
ents.
The Secretary of the Interior has in
structed the government commissioners to
examine and report on the new section of
twenty miles of tbe Union Pacinc railroad
just completed, viz : from 210 to 230 miles
westward irom the east line ot Kansas.
It is ascertained from authentic sources
that the design still exists with the Presi
dent to supersede Gen. Sheridan. No time
is fixed, however, for the contemplated
change.
A private dispatch irom jttaleigh, ri. C,
says the government has entered a nolle
pros, in the case of Duncan G. MeRae,
charged with inciting the murder of Arch.
Beebe, freedman, at Fayetteville last Feb
ruary. Taylor and Watkins are etill on
trial.
A letter from Fort Uuion, New Mexico,
states that the Navajoe tribes of Indians,
numbering over 0O0O are on the eve oi
making hostilities against the whites.
The marine corps were inspected and
paraded this evening at marine barracks.
It was the first general inspection and pa
rade since the war commenced.
A committee on the part of No. 1. Grand
Army of Republic called this afternoon on
Senor Romero to pre-ent him some con
gratulatory resolutions relative to Mexico.
mot Fire, He.
Montreal. C. E July 29. The em
ployes of the Grand Trunk railroad, while
loldim; a pic-nic at St Hyacinthe Satur
day, were attacked by a party of rowdies
irom VirlUin. IIIC mwu am -Vk ,n;s.i-au,
and the volunteers called cut The roughs
were Ired upon, and one-of them wounded.
He was shot through the shoulder, and is
in a critical condition. A number of ar
rest were made.
Zion church - was yesterday, morning
destroyed by fire. t
. . . t 1 L '
ihe Sieamor riorui American jras uecu
got off. The Aniooita is being towed here
by the Austrian.
ritrfUcr from Mexico.
4
Nkw
nflKAJre, JERy 20. ATlvicos re- J
ceived bereJptateChat Gen. Borizabel
bavin- FJje earthworks around iMatanior
levejed andftlitcijes filled upm Fort Cat
lijio,' commanding the road from Brown
ville, ha3 already gone, with many others.
mi e . ! T. 1 ry ? . T
in csc ions were uuiii mc rrcncu snu
pen. Mejia. , . , t ,
f 'Governor Flanders returned last ever
nine.
vje,deathajimm
cntecn from cholera during the week.
State of Feeling in Georsln. '
Augusta, July 29. The political situa
tion ela exciting considerable interest
The recent letters of Johnson, Hill and
Perryj have shaken the faith of many here
who were in favor of reorganization under
the military bill It is said the anti-convention
is becoming morepopnlar with the
white people of Georgia.
Incendinrles nt Work.
Concord, N. H., July 29. The com
munity here is greatly excited aLthe un
usual prevalence of incendiary irest half
dozen having occurred within the past few
days, destroying upwards of $100,000
worth of property. Several stableswere
burned this morning. The Sherman House
and St. Paul's Church were saved with
great effort.
Suicide Accident.
Troy, July 29 This morning frs.
Emily Mix,rthe wife of an esteemed ,citi
zen committed suicide by throwing herself
into the Hudson. She had taken lauda
num, and was undoubtedly laboring under
mental aberration.
Dexter H. Van Ostrand, of the firm of
Dodge, & Vail Oatraud, was thrown frwn
a carriage Saturday night and fatally in
jureddying before morning.
Attempted Murder, etc
Savannah, Ga., July 29. A man by the
name of Olman this morning attempted to
murder Mr. A. Neely, an old citizen.
Neely received severe wounds in the neck,
but they are not considered dangerous. A
dispute about rent was the cause of the
difficulty.
The first bale of new cotton was received
here to-day. It was from Florida, and of
an inferior grade.
TlieSiirrntt Trial.
Washington, July 29. District Attor
ney Carrigan occupied the entire day in
concluding his argument for the prosecu
tion in the Surratt case.
From Cnuadn.
Ottawa, July 29. It is understood
here that Earl Carnavan, instead of the
Duke of Buckingham, will be the siicceseor
of the present Governor General.
'Geii. Grant nnd Family.
Harrisburo, July 29. Gen. Granl ac
companied his wife and her father as far as
Ncwville whenjie returned here and his
family proceeded to Doubleday Springs.
He leaves to-night for Washington.
Governor Geary has'designated the 9th
of August for the execution of Winnmore,
the murderer of Mrs. Magilton of the city
of Philadelphia.
Assault on Governor Pierpont.
Richmond, July 29. Gov. Pierpont
was assaulted this morning, at the Execu
tive mansion, by Mrs. Prescott. She was
immediately arrested by the police. The
assault was made because the Governor had
pardoned a man convicted of killing her
son. The Governor was not injured.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
O F KANHVIIi I. E .
Capital Stoclt Paid In g-250,000
Surplus or Contingent Fund, -t 0,0 OO
Designated Depository of the United
States.
DKAI.8 IN' ALL KINDS OP
GOVERNMENT SECURITIES, ;
STOCKS null BONUS,
GOLD nnd SIIVEU.
RKVENUK STAMPS ON HANI) AND FOR
SALE AT THE USUAL DISCOUNT.
-93- Particular attention paid to Collections
A. (J. SAXF0RD, J. C. 3IcCR0RI,
President. Cashier.
aprlS 3m
OATCE SPEINGS.
Rates of Board Reduced One Half.
TN VIEW OF THE GREAT STRINGENCY
J in the money market, with the declino in
provisions, tho price of board until the fir?t
October next will bo
Per Day 81 50
Per Weeit ., - $7 KO
Children at second table and servants half
price.
A social "hop" or 1111, with cold supper,
will be given each Friday, evening during the
season. Tickets, admitting gentleman and lady,
ONE DOLLAR.
HENJ. F. SITIEI.n.S, Proprietor.
Carce Springs, July JH.i-Sw
CHANCERY SALES
FOR
Snturdnr, August 17, 1807.
Wm. A. Cleaves vs. R. L. Bingham anil
others.
TN PURSUANCE OF A DECREE OF THE
J. Chancer; Court in this cause, I wilt sell at tho
Courthouse at 12 o'eloek on
SATURDAY, AUGUST 17, 1807,
A tract of about thirty acres of land, lying near
the Harding (Church street) turnpike, between
tho old residence of Benj. Litton and CockriU'a
Spring, being tho same land purchased by W.
A. Gleovosof W. H. Gordon, nnd by taid Gleavqs
conveyed to R. L. Bingham- This land haa
upon it a very elevated and commanding build
in? site. ...
Trrus or Sale Credits of Sir, twelve, eigh
teen nnd twenty-fcur months, with interest
from day ef solo. Notes required with approved
jocority and sale free from redemption.
,AI0RT0N B. HOWELL, C.andM.
Jnly27td ,
John O. Ewing, Trustee, us. Warren
Jackson
IN PURSUANCE OF DECREES OF THE
Chancery Court In this eauie, I will sell it
the Courthouse at 12 o'eloek en
SATURDAY, AUGUST 17. 1807,
Lots No. 37 and 33 in Boyd's Addition to Nash
ville, fronting on Mulberry street at the inter
section of Mulberry and urundy streets .
Trkus oi- SaLk Credit ef six months, with
interest from day of sale. Note required with
good seeurity and lien retained- Sale free from
redemption.
MORTON B. HOWELL. C. and M.
julyz7 td
F. R. Rains vs. P. M. Ryan.
TN FUR8UANCE OF DHCRBBS GF THE
L Chancery Court in this ctue, I will tell at the
Courthouse, at 12 o'eloek on
SATURDAY, AUGUST 17, 18B7,
A lot fronting fifty-one feet ten and a half lashes
on Vine street, part of lot No. 1A1 in Barren'
Grove Plan, and running back Iffi feet aleng
Afh street. '
Terms or Sale Credit of six months. .Nate
required with approved mcu rity. Sale free
irom redemption.
MORTON B. HOWBLL. C.and M.-
julrZT td
N. P. Corbitt, Executor, vs. Rsehel Corhitt
et alu.
fN PURM'ANCE OF DECREES IX THIB
cau5, f will sell at the Courthouse ar Nash
ville, at 12 o'clock on
SATURDAY, AUODST 17, 1587,
Three lets b'loHging to tbe eetate of John Cor
hitt. deceased.
No-1. fronting fifty-seren feet mi Maple street,
at the corner of MaNory street eMMJnaed.
No. 2. fronting thirty-three feet en Maple
street, on the oppoHte sede of Mullory street
No. 3, fronting thirty feet om Maplestreet, artd
lying next south of No. 2.
''Alt these lots run baflk 135 feet to a sixteen
foots Hey.
TSHitH or Sale Credit ef Ax and tvrelfe
months, with interest from the dr w sale.
Note required with approri-d security and ne
retained. Sale free from redemption.
MORTON B. UOWHhL. C and M.
Qly27 til
S1II.VOI.E.S.
100,000 a rlZZtTL3.
AUofon hand and for sale, :
sa.ooo feet SeanoiiMl Poplar Plank.
ROBT. MACKENZIE.
Cornr of Summer and Crawford su
Jy3 2t
r'TTTR W 'ADVERT,!
SEM'ENrTS:
g r t H
i
IatamorasfMI W. MASSFN nA
i. i te
li I
SCCCRSSORS or
It I A C K A C O .
v r
131 atari li Marltet Street,
''MKKKP CONSTANTLY ON IRCND"'
COIt.V,
HAY,
. ' " OATS, ' "
MEAt,
BRAST, and
SHIP STUFFS,
Together with select articles of
FAMILY GB00ERIES.
We keep in quantity. Messrs. STRATTON,
CHUNKY. ROY'S Extru. Family Flour,
" PRIDE OF TENNESSEE?' wade at their
"White's Creek Mills." which we regard aj
equal to any Flour made in the States or "Ter
ritories." (?) Wo sell this superior Family Flour
from a quarter of a sack to a car load.
Connected with our house! we have FINE
COOL STABLE ROOM, attentive and expe
rienced Hostlers, and will
Board Horses at Low Rates
by the day or month.
II. W. 2IASSEHGAI.E Jt CO.
july30 lw
IN BANKRUPTCY.
THIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE I THAT ON
the 20th day of July. A. D- 1337, a warrant
in Bankruptcy was issued against the estate of
Thomas Hardy, of Nashville, in the county of
DaTidson and State of Tenncjsce, who ha been
adjudged a'bankrupt on his own petition, that
the payment of any debts or delivery of any
property belonging to such bankrupt to him or
for his use, or the transfer of any property by
him. are forbidden by law: that a meeting of
the creditors of the said bankrupt, to prove
their debts and to choose one or more assignees
of his estatewill be hold at a Court of Bank
ruptcy to be holden on the 9tb day of Septem
ber, A. D. 1S07. at 9 o'clock a. u., at the office of
the Register in Bankruptcy, Nashville. Tenn-,
No. b'M Church street, before Alexander 5.
Bradley. Register. E. R. GLASCOCK.
jy902t U. S. Marshal, Messenger.
IN BANKRUPTCY.
THIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE I THAT ON
the 27th day of July, A. D. 1S67, a warrant in
Bankruptcy was issued against tho estate of T
B. Blaskburn, of Nashrilla, in the county of
Davidson and State of Tennessee, who has been
adjudged a bankrupt on his own petition, that
the payment of any debts and delivery of any
property belonging to sueh bankrupt to him or
tor his use. and the transfer or any property by
him, are forbidden bylaw: that a meeting of the
creditors of the said bankrupt, to prove their
debts and to choose One or more assignees of hiJ
estate, will be held at a Court of Bankruptcy to
be holden on the 9th day of September, A. D.
1S67, at 2 o'clock p. . at the office of Alexander
8. Bradley, at No. 82 Churchstreot, Nashville,
Tenn., before Alexanders. Bradley, Regiiter.
K. R. GLASCOCK.
jy20 2t U S. Marshal, Messenger.
REDUCTION IN PRICES-
Cigars, Tobacco, Snuff and Pipes.
1 N ORDER TO MAKE ROOM FOR OUR NEW
1 stock, we aro offering at greatly reduced
prices. Cigars. Clu-wliis: ami
.SnioUlutr
Tobacco, .iiiuil. ii pes.
etc.
J.&L. WHORLEY.
Old stand, new No. 47 South Market st.
jy23 lw
1GENCY.
MESSRS. HANKS. PORTER & CO.. OF
Cincinnati, Ohio, will continue the sale of.
nnd aro now our sole nnd only nu thoriied agents
for the salo of
RIRC1I MUSSELMAN'S TOUACCO.
All orders must be addressed to them, which
we guarantee will be fitted at Factory prices.
E. GARLAND, Jr Proprietor.
B. MUSSELMAN, Manufacturer.
jy2 Ct
OPHIS ASSOCIATION
COUBSE.
FAI-Ia MEETING, 187.
fllHE FALL MEETING 0V ER THIS COURSE
X will oommeneo on the
First Monday in November
AND CONTINUE SIX DAYS.
FIRST DAT.
FIRST RACE-" NURSERY STAKE."
We, the subscribers, agree to run a Sweep
stake Race over the Memyhis Association Course
at the Fall Meeting, 1867, with Colts and Fillies,
two years old. one tnila dash, $25 subscription,
play or pay, the Association to add $800, three
.or more to fill the stake, to name and close on
the 15th September, 1S67.
SECOND RACE ' GREEN STAKE."
Mile Heats for untried three-year olds, $30
entrance, play or pay; Association to give $100,
three ortnoro to fill the stake, to name and close
on tho 15th September, 1897,
SECOND DAY.
First Race "Gay oo House Stafce.'
Mila Heals for nil affes. .10 cntrsncn flav-MO
House to add $400; tnree or more to fill the
StUKO.
SECOND RACE.
Two mile dash, purge $300, free for all ages,
entrance $2.
THIRD DAY.
FIRST RACE " CITIZENS' PURSE."
Two mile heats, free fer all ages, purse ?509,
entrance JW.
SECOND RACE.
Throsmile dash for all ages. $0 entrance,
three or more to start; Association to add J600;
second horse to save hi entrance money.
FOURTH DAY.
First Race "Overton Hotel Stake."
Mile Iieuts for horses owned in Shelby county
September 1. 1&87; entrance ISO, play or pay;
Overton ilotei to add 400, three or more to fill,
to name and close 15th September, 1807.
SECOND RACE-" BANKER'S PURSE."
Three mile heats for all age, purse 81000.
cntranee Uth three or more to fill, entrance
money to go to tbe second horse.
FIFTH DAY.
Tlio Soiillacrn nnd Western TnrfCon-
Four mite beats, ssbjeet to the regulations
which the Committee, appointed by the Turf
Cengroat. may adept ; the Memphis Association
to add $100.
SIXTH DAY.
FIRST KACiJ "SALOON STAKE."
Mile heats, three bet in five, free for all age,
purse -10, entrance $Si, second Irorse to get tbe
entrance money.
Second Race" Connolntlon SluUc."
Mile heats for beaten hors that run at thU
meeting; eHtraee $2, purso $800. the Pol
Seller to add !10U; horse to be handicapped by
acowmHtee appointed b7 .th PrHf,t;
A. D. SJIItH03,
)tM Ira Acting Secretory.
GOPPER STILLS.
WF. HAVE FOR SALE TWO FINE COP
.? per Stills aftbe best quality, which we
offer for sale at bait tbe original col.
Jr26t
limn',
lARD A CO
Reduced Rates of Board,
Day Board by tlie We?k 41 SO
Dity Hoard by the Week $1 SO
Ilimrd snil Lodglnsr liy Hie Week, $fi OO
IionrU and IxhXkIok by the Week, $u OO
AT 211 CHURCH STREET,
AT -II CHURCH STREET.
Dan't
Ml Shwah. (hosM
known a
A. U. at G. A. WINSTON,
ATTORNEYS AJP LAW,
NO COLONNADE BUILDING,
North Cherry Street,
NASHVILLE- TENNESSEE.
Julyl7 tf
MFEf INJjUR AMCE
CSOIMIFJLN sr.
CHARTERED BT THE LEGISLATURES OF
Tennessee mill .mtAiolv-,
tith paiKcirAL orricts at
Iciiiitlii Tean., nnd LouisTlUe, Ky.
CASH CAPITAL PAID UP AND SEi
4' qilKELY INVESTED, 8200,O0O.-
Authorized Capital. $1,000,000,
DOES BUSINESS UPON THE STOCK AND
Mutual plan, guaranteeing to Policy hold,
ers eisrhty per cent of profits. '
Issues Policies upon all the Improved plans.
All Policies non-foyfeitable after, second annual
payment. - -,-
No restrictions ts to travel or place of resi
dence. For full particulars, tee Circulars or In
surance Manuel.
aicraphls Officers Gko. W- McCUr.V.
President; R- C. Brisklrv, Sasi. Tate, Vice
Presidents f F. S Davis. Treasurer; Bus. Mav.
Secretary; Wir.C. Morris. General Traveling
Agent.. ,
Louiayllle Ofllcewt C. C. SrcscxR. Pres
ident ; J. Far Lawrbscr. Vic. President; A.
G. Uopors. Treasurer: E T- Hornsa. Secre
tary; S.B. Faleixbbroh, General Agent.
BRANCH OFFICE No. 50 North CHerry
street, Nashville, Tenn.
F. F PER It IN, General Agent
For Mlddleand East Tennessee. North Alabama
and Southern Kentucky.
iy23 3o
CHWOODo&CO
Bonded Warehouse No. 2,
Corner Collpgeiunl Church: Streets,
NASirVlLXE, t TENlf.
O- ITA ,
OOO Barrels Pnrc Copncr-Dlstlllcd
K0BERTS0N COUNTY WHISKY
Made on tho old rlan, prior to. the stoppage of
tbe Distilleries in the Fifth Collection District.
Scrcnty-flve Barrels Genuine
JfEWSOM WHISKY,
,
The celebrated DDDD brand tho last of this
article in the market.
75 bills. S.Mansiing's Whisky.
Al.4o.ont of Ilonii, a large snpnly of
the different brands or nil the recti
fiers or Whisky In Ituberfson nnd
Davidson counties.
Dealers are notified that we nre enabled in
ship our Bonded Whiskies to all points at which
bonded warehouses are. located.
Also, always on hand, a large assortment of
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
WINES,
BRANDIES,
A.ND
CIGARS.
N. B. All articles KitHratitepd ns rep
resented.
Jy20tf fP.T.
CHANCERY SALE
FOR
TUESDAY, AUGUST 20.
Charles E- llillman and others vs. F. R
Cheatham and other. i
IN PURSUANCE OF DECREE OF TUB
1 Chancery Court at Nashville in this eauie,
will sell on tbe premises at 12 o'clock an '
TUESDAY. AUGUST SO, 1S07,
A tract of land containing about 455 acre,
lying near to and adjoining the lands of the lute
Dr. D- T. McGavock. and including the r evi
dence of the late John P. Eririn. For a particu
lar description, see deeds in the Register's oSiee,
in Book N, pges (5X3 and OBI, and Book V,
pages 49G and 497. From the lands described in
said deeds have been taken six acres impound
ing the "St. Cecilia Academy." one-third of an
aero around the grave of John C. Beck, and
one acre which was sold to Mumfred, oat of
tbe northwest corner of the tract, there bavins
been originally fifty-two acres. The land will
be divided to suit purchasers,
m ...... , "...!;.. .r im.i.. ami
twenty-four months, with interest from day of
sele. Holes require- wun approved security
and a lieu retained. Sale free from redemp
tion. MORTON B. HOWELL,
jyrjj7 td Clerk and Master.
WATCHES AND JEWELRY.
CO
o
CO
M
o
A GOOD ASSORTMENT OF GOLD AND
Silver Watches, Jewelry, Clocks, etc., at
reasonable prices. Every article warranted as
represented. REPAIRING done well and with
satitiaetion. as heretofore.
F- WTGGERS,
jylS tt No. 33K North Cherry 1st.
YaluaMe Iron Property
ITOit SAX.E5.
Jane E. Bradley, Administratrix, vs. the Heirs
and Creditors of William Bradley, deceased. ,
BY VIRTUE OF AND IN OBEDIENCE TO
a decree of the honorable Chancery Court
at LTnden. Perry county, Tennessee, at the June
term thereof, 1S7. in the abovo titled cause, I
will offer fer sale to the highest bidder, on
Sfondny, tho 5th day of Angnit, 1807,
All that valoablo traet of land, knpwa the
CEDAR GROVE FURNACE LANDS, contain
ing about nine thousand acre, togetherwith tbe
Curnare and other buildings. Also, a Dwelling
and Storchou-o. etc. Said tract contains, be
sides Inexhaustible Ore banks onveniently
situated, and timber U abundance, a considera
ble amount of Farming Lands, with several
farms now in cultivation, and the Furnace is
within two miles of the Tennessee River, at tbe
meutb of Cedar Creek, where there is a good
landing, and is accessible by boaU at all sea
sens. The sale will b made at the Furnace
and on the following terras, viz- Five thousand
dollars easb, one-half of tho residue doe lit day
of November, 1858, and the other balf due 1st
day of November. lso9. The purchaser will be
required to give bonds with approved personal
security, and a lien retained, etc. This June
14,1807. R M. T UGH AS.
JaneUHtw C. and M.
KLINE
M3DICIN8S
PREPARED
OF TUB
BEST MA
TERIAL. TRUSSES, 0
HURGIVAr. OO
INSTRUMENTS.
ATOKIStRH. LVJH.Vg,
Low's,
COOBBAYS,
-OAFS AJ.B
PaarvxBST,
Gmvmz.
PAINTS.
OILS.
PUTTY,
AND GLASS,
CHEAP.
MARSH'S
LONDON
SUPPORTERS.
I'ftErieairTteits
CourocxDBu
AcnraATiuvr,
Asm
Nbatlt
Mac Ur.
SHERMAN,
No. HH alnsonie Building. Clinreh.at.
ySl 3m
WALTTED,
AGENTS FOR THE
SOUTHERN LIFE INSURANCE
eoirA.iSi y,
TN KVBRV COUNTY IN MIDDLE AHD
1 EaH Tcnnewce, Northern Alabama asd
Ssutbern Kentucky, far which a liberal coui
rn!slou ft 111 be irlvem. tfene but uvk
men wllh good reference ol apply.
BRANCH OFFICE-No. ft AoVin Cherry
l reel Nashville, Tenn,
FRANK E. PHRRIN. General Agttt
aoutnern Lire ItMurasoe iiupasy.
Jy2T Jt
GRAVEL ROOFING.
"tRAVBL R00F ?T (IN, "KFAIR-IJ,
VJ aad warranted set, to Uak. Call at xo. 96
XT--.V. ......
apr tf GRAS, HOUCHEfS CO.
ATTORNEY AT LAW
AXD
Solioltop in Clinnoory,
Onice, u. 27 Colonnade Building:,
CHERRY ST- (bet. fnten and Deaderiek.
XASilTIE..E. ' .
TTILL ATTEND TO LEGAL BUSINHSS IN
1 ti'i general, bat wiall7 tenders his service
la cases in BANkRfJPTCT. as Attorney an
Counsellor of Debtors. Creditors, er Assignee
Julyll 3m sp.
WHEAT! WHEAT
THE niGIIEST 3IAHKET VUXCK
WillbepafilNO$SH4lr
GOOD SOUND MAEKETABLE
A the ReIeVOTR MILS.?af Clly Water
Works; at BREEN & OJHAXTON'S, No. 69
South College street, and S. B. SPFIRLQCK'S.
corner Broad and College street.
JOIlN-J.McCANN.
Jnnel33msp
EPPERSON SPRINGS.
These springs are now opbn for
Visitors. The reputation of these waters.
Black and White Sulphur, and Chalybeate and
pure Freestone, for the cure of Gravel, Female
Affections, Dropsy, Neuralgia, Ruptured Skins
and Sore Eyes, and other somptaint;, is welt
attested.
Epperson Springs are in Maoan Mmty,Tena.,
twenty miles from Gallatin, oa toe Lomtvilla
and Nashville Railroad, and may 6e rMeaed hy
tags from Gallatin.
Board per week 913 50, and 93 per day.
JAN. il. DA7IS.
JnneI3.1S67. 3tw
RETURNED.
OCULIST AND AURIST.
DTt. XlROCI-aiViV, HAVING Re
turned tn the city after a suceef sful pro'es
sional tour through the Southern State, has
taken rooms, at Ihe ST. CLOUD HOTEL, whero
he may be consulted dally frost I a. v. till " r
M. His numerous testimenlaliifrwtawaii.kBown
citiiens are sufficient evUlenea of Me success
and skill in the special branches te which he
confine his practice.
jdoeg73iu
W M. ST K W A R T,
. VAMurACTUBta or ivkbt DiseRirrMlt or
Iron Work, Bank Doors,
Jail Work, Prison Cells.
VAULTS AND VAULT DOOIiS
Wrought and Cost Iron Ratlins ofereey put
tern. Gratings, etc.. and all kind oleBlnck
smithing. 10R. MARKET A Sit) ASH STREETS,
NASHVILLE. TENN.
July lm
DeMOVILLE & CO.,
tSTABll3HtD 18J6,
DRTJO-GISTS
AND
PKliSMUraOiMSTS,
Cor. Church and Cherry Sta.
HAVE ALWAYS ON IIAVD A LARGE
stock ef every thing pertaining M t6o
Britfjand Prescription ISusilness,
Of tho beet quality and at reasonable prices.
A full and complete; assortment af
Fancy Articles,
Painis, Oiln,
Varnishes,
It rushes, Etc.
Would, calf the attention affitfefeU and
others needing LUBttlCATllTO eiL ifeit wo
always keep ; 1 .
LA Tt 1) OIL
Of the beat quality, and ran mnkn Jt to
their Interest tn purchase from its.
Just received, a eenlgtfioett f WATER
from the
.Celebrated Alleghany. Springs
OF VIRGINIA.
Of which the properties are well knowa.
Juit received, a lot of
FRESH TURNIP SEED,
D. LAIfDRETH A. SO"N,
PHILADELPHIA.
Also, a- large lot of
CIJDID1R -VIlVEGrA.r,
IVhleh we warrant STRICTLY PUMt
r. ct co.
julylO lm ep.
F. O. IU1NIaVGT1Y,
Attorney at Daw,
XSr Special attention will be gtrea tm On41ec-
tiens in Maury and siUoiBlng ecmntiec
)une20 3m .
ARMISTEAD & WOODS,
WaoLKIAlt At aiTAlL UtALBH IX
Staple and Fancy Groceries,
NO. 33 PUBLIC SQUARE,
N ASH VIL.LB.
TN STORE AND FOR SALE. A COMPLETE.
x varied and fresh stock arikapla and' Aio:y
Groceries, cmbraetDg Canoed Fruits, OsfiMrres,
Imported Liquors, Cigar, and all dewniitioas
of urwtrl( mr domeatic Me. iMrii tt
JUST EE0EITED,
Fresh Ground Grlt.
Fresh Rolled KUn-Brietlreal
ThedluVrent brands of M fyr.t.il
Reservoir 3II1IH Family Flonr.
Alwgehit
Conn try Bacon, Elc, Elc,
At Uwt Bsarket rrwec
MASSCNGAI.E UOv "
Jylglw 10 and 1? Smih Mgskcjt H
In Chancery at Jfhvlli.
State of Tennewje-OACUrk ssnl Mtr.
Chancery Owirt at NasbviNc, Jul lb. UL 1
Alexand.r Wblc. wjnylWHaat, vs. WUllatu
TTAPPKAR IN tOMArTlD A V1TFI L KD
1 a this cause that the dcfouUsit, WMfiam
Np4r. is a aca-r4det of tbe Stu f Ten
ness' M i therefore nlered th ac ewter hi--appearance
befeia becure ur within tbe ftnr
three days of the nxl twa efcaki (Han, le
bald en tbe first Monday iu XareftiW nmxt,
I$47. asd plead, aanser of demur so eawyiain
tr.t' MU, ur the same will be talum Vc cmi
fesscd as to him and set I-ht scaritw ax prte.
and that a cap of Una urdy h vwSiUltW l..t
fear esaseoatlvo wetka tn ffc IfacerviUe Ct.ion
and DUpatob.
A copy Attest r M: B. H0WRLL.
. , Clerk Bd3lMtr.
Themu H. Malone, Sol r for eompl u irUnt

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