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OHION AND DISPATCH
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OAS A1 TEaM TITTEUS,:
'V tA
it o it 1807:
TOL. XXXIII.
NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE, THURSDAY, AUGUST h 1SG7.
NO. 211.
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Mmii-i v.i.i ,i ,ti I-. ny.i-ij.
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(Old Xo.) opposite Colonnade Building,
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NAfillv
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H ofcT
WE ARE PREPARED TO DO WORK IN
our line ia a prompt and firsi-elaia
manner. i f
IMaUJIIHEUS' MATERIAJL
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On hand and ferule. . .
HIEEET LEAD, -
LEAIs .FIFE,
FOItCE POMPS,
J .' 1 WNTERNjlP. OSI PS,
KEEP WELL PUMPS,
ATX PimiPN.
BATHS, WHSTANDS,
WATER-CLOSETS.
B LOOK-TIN' and HYDRATES.
BBBR 000K8.
SHAMPOOHIHG COCK,
"BABtsr OOOKS.
IIOfWATBR BOILHRS.
NOZZLES. COUPLINGS. ETC
...
OAS FITTING.
Public and Private Buildings, Storo House,
-to., littod.uji in the most iiuiireved stylo, aBd
n reaMnawe terms. CharSlMlpri, Hall Light.
fTllar LTe&U. Drop LigTitf, PswtaWe Stwids
with Hoso. Pendants, Brau.J1aM Globea.
Smfke .Bom, Patent and FlWJBaae. Cigar
Llghton, eo.
IKON PIPE,
For fla, Water and Steam, frew an eighth Inch
up to twfi Inehes.
Fitting Tor the Above.
Toet, Blbws, CresW, i'luM, Bufiiiofsj. Re
dueertf. inxk Nuts. Bmus, Return Bends,
UnioM, ate.
H T K Ar V I T T IXG.
Steamboat, Faetory, Hotel and Stationary
Engine k done. Htettm Gaugis, Steam
Whistle. Steam Trot, Otitta Valves, all Mips :
'uag 4k. Oil Cup. Air Qoefcs. Cylinder
, etc, etc '
yg-Ow
EDGEFIELD & KENTUCKY
A'ANH.Vlt.r.i) A MEMPHIS LINE.
rillll" SHORTIWT AND QUICKEST ROUTE
to Memphis, Humboldt, Cairo, and all paints
Vet -
Train leaves Nashville daily at f o'clock p.
in., and arrive at MettiMuk next warning, at
IDipIS h. hi. i r
The l. Train nuke close connections at
Huieboldt with trains on Mobile and Ohio Rail
road for all point South. Aim, connects at
Hutuheldt with trains for Cairo, Saint Louis,
and nlliMHoi West.
Thioilne U provided with eWwiH Sleeping
Care, has ben'iwtjn. Uta cough repair, and is
prepared JflMtleSniy riasenger and freight
with ielia6uB1&nHJK!ls)ateli.
fljS 'BDVD M. CHEATHAM,
Qcn'l Stip't E. K. Railroad.
y2t.tf .
Louisville and Nashville
IISOAD.
SUM ME K SCHEDULE, 1807.
CO.W SI ESCI 2V .1 I! E Y 7.
Trniiw wrM run as fsllnwa t-
Loave Nashville Jl:00 P. M. 5:00 A.M.
Arrive at Louisville .11:00 P M. 1:00 P. M.
Both Trains iuke direct connection at Louis
ville with the .reffersonville Railroad . fur St,
Louis, CliiMP, Indianapslis. Otncinnati, Balti
more. Washington. Philadelphia, and New'i ork.
Time fmia Nailiville to New York, forty-eieht
hours over twelve hours quicker than any other
Morning Train from Nashville oonnoets with
United States mall line eteamors leaving Louis
ville at 40 r. m connectins at Cincinnati with
carlymornine trains East, BAflie: onnoCRB
frnra Nashville to St. Louis, Chicago. Cincin
nati. aad all nrineipal Eastern eities.
Bar The Sioo r. it. Train from NashviI.e
d-.es not run on SUNDAY.
Through passenrer train leaving Franklin at
i t a. and Gallatin at7:4JA.M., arrlvlneat
N ashville att:00 m and the tlirouirli passengesr
leaviBC Nashville at 80 r. M-. will accommo
date local travel between Nashville ami Frank
lin AI.I1EKT FINK,
jy"ly Qen'l Superintendent L. A- N. R. K.
NASHVILLE & DECATUR
All
Great Central All Rail Route
TO TliK
SOUTH AJ SOUTHWEST.
Two Dally Tlironirri InscnK'rTrnliW,
COMMENCING JUNE 18. 1SC7.
Leave Nashville. 5-30 j. it. 7:00 p. .
Arrive Decatur lil P. m. 2- a. W.
lluntsville - 6:5f r a. 7:00 r. M.
Both Trains mVe dlroet eonnectiens nt Deca
tur with M. A C. R. R. Pr Metuphi JPelma, Mo
bile. Jarkson, and Yieksburir. Miss.. New Or
leans, La., and all intermediate points.
Leave Deewtur 71 a. it. 5 W p. m.
Arrive Nashvillo r. m. 11:80 f. M.
Both Trains ronnnot at Nashville with L. N.
R R. for the East. North and Nerthwest.
Hplcmliti SlecpIiiR CarH A
Ijteltotl to all XIrIiI TraiiiH.
HAGtfAflE niKrilno throduii.
Oolnmhin Acoommniliitlon TrRlii
Dully, xct SniulnjN.
Leaves Columbia at
Arrives atVaaln-HIo at
Leaves Nwhville at M r. v.
Arrives at Columbia at few r. (.
For throuah TickeU and ether infcrmatinn.
Please aply at the office ef the Nasi nil e City
TransfV Osmpanr. Nwlheast corner f Sara mw
and ChMMk MreetM. and at the Broad Street
flepot, iiasiiville, Teimeseee.
j. ii. van np'fi,
ia'nJff Oeoerwl aiiprfnlewltcnt
Nashville and Chattanooga
R AILROAD.
OIEAXGI3 OF TI9IK.
Ilally TrnlaiM Iaiivo Xnslivllli
Two
fr
Arnvlilnetoii, Xffl' lorU, mill
nil Points EiimI iiiiiI South. Cluso
ConncrtloiiN .lliiilo nt t'lmOn
lioocrit Mornlni; inni I've
iitny; lor all i:ot'irii mid
NoRlliprn t'tllcs.
irrlOf. OF GKKSRAT. SVrKRIKTrNDKKT.
NaWSVII.1 k A Chattakooga it All. road
Nashville. Tenn., June 13, l'T. J
ON AW AFTER SUNDAY, Jni.Y 28,
1S(17, and uuiil further notice. Pascr
(ruins wiH S follows :
TwveNsiSviHe f..r Washincton. New York.
JUaits..M. MenUtowery, Aucurta. Savaa-J-ivn.
New Orleans and Mobile at !W a. ad
'.Wr.H.. arrivfncinlChattanoc at 20 a. x.
.,i o.jn P v.: both Trains makiaf close eoa-
ecUini at CUiUanoopa with Eart TeoBess A
rjeorria and Western A AUantie Kwlroad
TiM. Rtniinf. leave ChatUnoots .at .6:10
- m. una 7-0 r. won arnvlof L. T. A Ga
arvi wTa A. Ireins. arrivinc m Nashville at
i: a.m. wl r.-
l-lpirnut Pnlftce Meenliisr t nrs on nil
Nlglit PasHOiifrcr Trnlnn.
SHPLnrntLB Aopomwopatiok-Leave 3hl-
Nashville 11:10 a. h. sndiSf r. u. I
5"bvif1e lor SWbyville S:M . . d MO r. ,
-rivinr in Shefbyville 8:00 A. XI. and i r. V.
Knshvlllfi and Norlhwcsitcrn SUUlrond.
PA9SIW0BB TVlN'Tj,ltLeivts
r .; arrives at JohnKniTHle ) '"."v.wf.
Ht.-00 A. M. . ,
W. P I.VMXS, G!;i Sjj;fL
i7. i 0. ara N. IV. R. K
J. W. BROWN, OeriT.Pasi Agent. i
jfcn2e-tt ' J
lerrv
'CI uuiUgasiii.M.du
inii7nsiAY, A'rfiVNT i, isdr. '
Largtist Circnlatlon in (!itj and State.
THE ELECTION.
THE EEECTIOX-OIAYOU'S PHOCEA-
afATIOX.
JIavor's Office, TsTAfjnviELE, Tenn.,
JuTy 20th, 1867. For the information
of the people of Nashville, I deem it proper
to caw the publication of the . following
lav, enacted by the City Council to pre-
serve the public pence on the day of elec-
tion, al to announce that I have taken
steps to have them strictly aqd faithfully
enfnrfHH?. T resrieclfullv anneal to all eood
and law-abiding citizens to aid me by their
observance.
W. Matt. Brown, Mayor, etc
the war. distnrbetl the cood order of van
mis nitiaa of the Dinted States on election'
dive, ?asd on ether, pnMfo. ocoapn?an(
wherea, the city oTaBhviHeiifHSr lond
&Smp and qiet djuppsiHOnwr tier Jieople,
anil the good conduct of her public ofBcera;
and whereon, from occurrences which have
lately transpired in various parts of the
State, and for reasons current m the com-
nnimtv. crave solicitude is lelt lor tne
preservation of peace in the city upon any
occasion of, unusual excitejnent. Kow,
therefore,
Sec. 1. lie it enacted by tlieuty .uouncu
of Nashville, That hereafter it shall be
unlawful within the city of Nashville, on
anv nublic election day, to hold any meet
ing in the streets or public places of said
city; or to organize, form or conduct any
procession, except funerals, upon any euch
street or place, and it sljall he the duty
of the police on sefviceto disperse any as
semblages or processions gathered, or pro
ceedings in violation of this ordinance, and
all persons disobeying the orders of the
police, given in obedience to 1 he provisions
of. this act, shall, he arrested and punished
"as fpFrlolons oi disorderly conduct.
Sec. 2. It shall lc the duty of the Mayor,
f with the advice of the Chairman of each
branch of the City Council, on tiie occasion
ofany election when he may apprehend
riot or disorder (except when he may be
hiiaeelf, a candidate for any office in which
the City Marshal shall make the appoint
ments and act in ifvery respect understood
by the Mayor,) to apjoint such number of
special police, not exceeding three hundred,
as he may deem necessary, to be paid $4 00
per day for two days. The said police force
shall be organized and prepared for ser
vice on the day preceding the election, and,
will;, the regular police force shall be con
stantly on ifiity on the day of elecion from
S o'clock in the morning until 9 o'clock in
the evening. The regular night police
Jbrce shall go on duty in day time on the
glfty of olectioh frenf 7 A. jr. te'i'.M.nd
ball receive S Ot) extra pay for flervttjes
as special policemen.
Sec. 3. All saloons and drinking houses
shall be closed on election Jjay, and every
person who shall sell or give to any other
person on such an occasion any intox
icating drink, shall forfeit and pay a fine of
not less than five .jgpo Sgfe than fifty dol
lars, for eooh-oflfetiBa," JTPSiiall be the duty
of the police to 'oxamino. and see that alf
drinking houses and bars are clood, and,
to promptly arrest Irpinr!vfoIating
the provisions of thia aselion, m1 lock up
their establishments till the following day.
Sec. 4. It shall be the duty of the police
force to see that the avenues to the polls,
or voting places, are kept open ; that the
line of voters which may be approaching
the ballot-box, at any time when it may be
necessary to form such line, shall not be
crowded upon or improperly interfered
with, by bystanders; to prevent unneces
sary crowding one upon another of persons
approaohing the polls to vote, and to en
force all lawful orders of the Sheriff, or his
deputy, or other person holding the elec
tion.- The police may also, when neces
sary, require all persons having voted to
rotire from about the ballot-box, and shall
allow no conversation or argument in
the vicinity of the polls. Disobedience to
the orders of the police in regard to the
matters mentioned in this section, shall
subject the offender to arrest and line, as
for disorderly conduct.
This act shall take effect on and after its
passage. jy30-3t
Prorluinntloii by llicllnyor, and flen
crnl Order from tlie District Com
muiider Itcxulntlonu for To-morrow
TlioKlreetH to lc Patrolled by Cav
nl ry, mul Oilier Troup to bent Ilnuil
Appointment of Three Hundred
Nieclnl Police, le.
TUE MAYOR'S PROCL A.M ATION.
Mayor's Office, Nashville, July 30,
18C7. I respectfully call the attention of
the citizens of Nashville to the corporation
laws forbidding the carrying arms, and sub
jecting parties who may he found violating
them to arrest and punishment. I hereby
notify all persons, white and black, that
the laws in relation to this subject will be
rigidly euferccd on Thursday, the day of
election, t have instructed the police force
to be vigilant in this matter, and to allow
no case to pass without arrest. I am au
thorized by the military authorities to say
that they will dve me all necessary aid in
executing these laws. This warning is
published t put all iarties on their guard,
and to promote peace and maintain order
on the day of election, and for no other
purpose. W. Matt. Brown, Mavor.
jy 31 'JUl
oen. wn'-an's order.
Hbapquarthrs District of Nash
ville, Nashvillk, TiarN, July 30, 18C7.
-Gknkral Orders No. 7. I. For the
puriiose of aiding the authorities of Nash
ville in the preservation of peace on the
day of election, it U hereby ordered:
1st. The 46th United States Infantry and
the State Guards stationed at Nashville,
wlio have been ordered by Gen. J. A.
Cooper to report to the military com
mander for that occasion, will report at the
Suite Capitol at half-jwst seven o'clock in
the forenoon on Thursday, the first day of
August next, and a?) nit orders from these
headquarters. The men will be provided
with me day's cooked rations and twenty
rounds of ammunition per man. Com
manding officers of companies will take
special care to keep their men well in hand,
and permit n one to approach the polls
norstragelc from thecommand.
2d. The detachment of 5th Cavalry
stationed at Ash Barracks, will report at
these headipiartersat half-past nine o'clock
A. M. on Thursday next, for the purpose of
jtatroling the streets, giving information of
any disturbance that may occur, and to
aid the civil authorities in its suppression.
Special instructions will be given them
upon reporting.
II. The foregoing directions being Riven
in pursuaHce of instructions from Head
quarters Department of the Cumberland,
the officers of the 45th Infantry stationed
at Nashville, who arc detailed for duty on
the General Court Martial now in session
at Cumberland Barracks, will jin their
respective companrtss and perform duty
therewith 041 that day.
III. In order that prompt assistance
may be afforded on that occasion by the
troop in suppressing riot or disturbance of
any kind at any of the polls of the city,
an oflSosjr will be at District Headquarters,
opposite the Chattanooga depot, and one at
the Suite Capitol during the day, to whom,
or to any of the cavalry patrols the State
and municipal AHtliorities are .requested to
give immediate information of any dis
turbance that may ocour, of of any undue
excitement at any of the polls which may
tend to disorder, hreaeh of the peace or
not
His Honor, the Mayor, having issned
thia proclamation enforcing the statute
ay'sinst oarrying weapons, all persons ex
cept soldiers and police, violating thia law
on tne day of election, will be arrested am:
UeJd for trial.
By cotamand of
. . BvLBris. Gen.Tiios. Duncan,
Merritt Barber, 1st Lt. 34th Infantry,
Acting Assistant Afljutant General.
IJUTIES OF OrFICEIUi OF EfcKC
TIOX.N PKIYII.EGES OF CHAE-
I.E.VGERS.
Any candidate, or other citizen of this
StcJ, isjprivileged to challenge voles. See
r 1 i orn t i - .
vuut;, jsec. oo. iui 11 is customary to ap
point particular persons to attend to this
duty at each voting precinct, and the re
edier of votes being for the time, place and
purpose a ueputy bheritt, and as such hav
ing the chief command of the place of
holding the election, has a right to assign
convenient and proper places about the
ballot-box to these challengers, and to pro
tect them in the performance of their duties,
The officer holding the election being
the Sheriff's denutv. is for the ti me and
purpose a peace officer, with'the powers of
a sheriff, and may summon any number of
bystanaera,jotucera or citizens, to assist him
in ffle4" performance of his duties in the
preservation of tlie pcacesand protection of
the oaiiot-oox. toeeuode, sections 359, 3U2.
'833, 'etc. By section 8C3, the judges or in
spectors are also made peace omcers, but of
course not to tne exclusion of the officer
holding the election, who is primarily re
sponsible for the custody of the ballot-box.
and the peaceable and orderly conduct of
tne election ne is oy law appointed to hold.
When a vote is challenged, the person
offering to vote-niay be sworn by the officer
holding the election, or by one of the
Judges. (Section 852.) And then "the
Judgas, or some one of them, shall ask the
opcrsn offering to vote the following ques
tion:
"Are you a citizen of the State of Ten
nessee? "Are you twenty-one years of age?
"Do you'reside in this county?
"Has vour home been in this county six
months next before this day? (the day of
noioing tne election.;
"Have you voted at any other time or
place in this election ?
"Any other questions the Judges may
think to be material, to ascertain the quali-fi'.-ations
of the person offering to vote.
And if they or any one of them have rea
son to Btispect that the person offering to
vote has sworn falsely, they, or tne officer,
or some Justice of the Peace under their
direction, may swear any bystander as to
the ngnt and qualification of such person
to vote," Code section 853.
By section 854 it will he seen that all
these questions must be answered affirma
tively ; and that the Judges must be satis
fied of the truth of such answers that is,
if they have no sufficient legal reason to
question their truth from the evidence of
bystanders or otherwise. And the Judges
must be satisfied that he ib otherwise quali
fied. Else the vote must be reiected.
The above provisions of the Code are
not repealed by the franchise law ; hut by
tint act the voter must be a "male inhabitant
of this State, of the age of twenty-oney ears, a
citizen of the United States, and a resident
of the county wherein he may ofl'er his
vote, six months next preceding the day of
election." See franchise law, section one.
But bv an act subsequent to the franchise
act, passed March S, 1807, it is provided
that such aliens as have resided more than
one year in the United States, atid more
than six months in the State of Tennessee,
shall have the right of the elective fran
chise; Provided,1 that such persons shall
have previously declared their intention to
become citizens of the United States, and
that theyifiall not have participated in tho
late rebellion." Acts or 1867 c. 37, sec. 1.
It will be seen that this varies the provi
sions of the Code and franchise law only as it
regards citizenship of the United States.
The alien having declared his intention to
become a citizen accordion to lav,', is as
much entitled to vote as if fully naturalized
waiving all discussions as to wliether
the alien under this latest act is entitled
to vote without registration or certificate.
We are informed, and have .no doubt,
many persons have been registered who
have not resided in the county for Bix
months next preceding the election, and
some who are not of age. Let all doubtful
votes be cltallenned. If a person shall so
vote fraudulently, whether challenged or
not, he-is punishable by fine and imprison
ment. See franchise act, sec. 14. False
swearing at the polls is perjury, punishable
by imprisonment in the penitentiary.
Let our friends see that competent chal
lengers are appointed at every voting precinct.
The officer holding the election is re
quired by law to act with the Judges in
the counting of votes. Code, sec 861. And
the same officer is required to make the
returns to the Sheriff and with the Judges
certify the poll-books. In making out the
returns the officer should certify that the
election was opened and held according to
law.
By order of the Executive Committee of
Middle Tennessee.
John Lellyett, Chairman.
AKUEST OF THE NU-CALEEU RIOT
OUS "IIEBELS" AT KOOEK.SVIEEE,
AND 1VIIAT CA3IE OF IT.
From the Knoxville Freo Press.
Our amiable young friend, Col. D. M.
Nelson, who rejoices in his title as one of
the staff of the Governor, was sent under
orders a few days ago to arrest the outlaws
who had perpetrated an outrage upon the
loyal Africans at Kogersville. . He was too
food a soldier to disobey orders. He went,
le took some thirty or forty of the militia
with him. His coming, like that of all
great and good men, had been heralded
before him. The unlucky, the ill-starred
yonths, the objects of his grand inquest,
made their appearance in Kogersville and
calmly awaited his approach. He arrived.
With him came his braves. " Where are
these Rebel outlaws ?" exclaimed our friend
David. " Here we are," said some saucy,
loyal looking fellows. ''Guards, take
these men take them up stairs into the
courthouse keep them there till further
orders." The time for further orders came
around. Col. David made his appearance to
taken list of his prisoners. " Who areyou ?"
said he, addressing himself to the first one.
"Major James Berry," was the reply. "Ma
jor Berry," said the Colonel, "of what reg
iment?" "Eighth Tennessee, sir." "Rebel
or peuerai, sirf reuerai, 01 course.
sir." " What are you doing h
" Melish, sir." " Well,- Pil
here, then V"
be d d,"
heaved the Colonel. " And who are you."
addressing himself to the next one.
"Capl. J. Willis of independent scouts,
sir." "What scouts do you mean sir?"
"United States soouts, sir." "And what
Hre tfoH doing here," said the Colone!,
somewhat nervously, "The melish, sir,"
said the Captain quietly! "Well, by
G d," said the Colonel with some so
lemnity. "Who are you?" turning to a
third. "I am Lieutenant John Wolf."
" Lieutenant of what command?" " Of
the first Tennessee cavalry Jim Brown
low's regiment." " H 11" exclaimed our
pious young friend in amazement. "And
who in the d 1 are you he broke forth
to the next one. " 1 am Lieutenant Wm.
Thurman, sir." To what what Rebel regi
ment did you belong?" "None, sir. I
was simply a Lieutenant in Jim Brown
low's regiment fought pretty hard, sir."
"Thed n you say" perviously ejaculated
our friend. "Well, who is this chap,"
turning to the last on the roll. "Nobody,
sir, but little Johny Levy, a small youth of
about fifteen summers, young but plucky."
"And is all this true," said the Colonel.
"All true ! " said the Major. "Guards 1 re
lease these men, at once. I thought I was
coming here to arrest Rebels here are
some of the bast soldiers that ever fought
for their country! " And so our very
worthy young friend Col. Nelson, finding
that he -had been misinformed, displayed
his true manhood by discharging, rather
than confining men who had been as true
soldiers under the flag of their government,
as he had himaelf.
BY TELEGRAPH,
- . -
NEW YORK DISPATCHfIs.
jllntcli Knee nt Boston TJo 'Alabama
Claims. ' j
New York, July 31. Dexter wdhf the
match against Brown George and xunning
mate, at Boston yesterday, in three straight
heats. Best time 2:19. .,,'
The Tribune's Washington special :tay"s
it is rumored that Sir Frederick Brace "and
Mr. Seward have been trying to agree npop
a plan for the cession of the British Ameri
can possessions adjacent to Walrussia-in
the settlement of the Alabama claims.
Suspension of a. Troy, N. Y., Firm.
Troy, N. Y., July 31. Moore and Cd
vell, grain dealers, have suspended. Lia
bilities one hundred and thirty thousand
dollars. .. - ,,i j
Tho AHSimlt on lion. Win. J. Arm
stroll? and n Correspondent, of tlie
New York Times. "'
Columbia, S, JulyLTQenVSickles
was last nTghrtnformed ofthe assault com
mitted upon Hon. Wm. J. Armstrong and
the New York Times' correspondent, and
telegraphed to Gen. Burton for the partic
ulars. The details were sent him, aud this
morning orders came to transfer the as
sailants to Charleston,' where they will be
arraigned before a military commission. .
Nlierldnn Removes the Governor of
Texas.
New Orrleans, July 30. The follow
ing is in print this evening:
Heapq'rs Finn Mil. Dist., New Or
leans, July 30. Special orders, No. 105.
A careful consideration of the reports of
Brevet Maj. Gen. Charles Griffin, U. S. A.,
shows that J. W. Throckmorton, Governor
of Texas, is an impediment to the recon
struction of the State under the law. He
is therefore removed from that office. E,
M. Pease is hereby appointed Governor of
lexas, in place ot J. W. J hockmorton, re
moved. He will be obeyed and respected
accordingly.
By command of Mai. Gen. P. H. Sheri
dan.
Geo. L. Hartsuff, A. A. Gen.
Proclamation by Hie United .States
I Attorney.
Washington, July 30. The following
was issued to-day, addressed to District
iVttorneys and Marshals of the United
States:
Attornev General's Office, Wash
ington, July 60. By direction of the
President of the United States, you are
hereby instructed to ebfierve with vigilance
all persons whom you have reason to sus
pect of combining unlawful for expeditions
mtotheterritory of any foreign nation, and
to promptly interpose the authority of the
United States, wherever you have probable
cause for believing that any person has
violated the neutrality laws of the United
States. John M. Brinckley.
Acting Attorney General.
WEW FIRM.
0. EWINO. Je., M. A. McCLAUGUKRTY.
Late of Ewing & Co. Late of Evans, FiteAr.Co.
Ewing & -McClaugherty,
Successors 10 O. EWING fc CO..J
IMPORTERS OF
HA
DWARE,
No. 18, Soulti Side Public .Square,
WE have in storo a larco and well selected
stock of UARDWAftn. in whiph irn in.
vite the attention of the trade. We haVo our
orders out, and will soon be receiving direct
from the best English and American manufac
turers, a complete stock for tbo full trade.
We hope to receive a liberat portion of the
patronage of tho merchaat3vi8ilir.tr this market,
and respectfully solicit all to oall and examine
our stock bcloro purchasing.
July 5 tt EWINO & McCLAUGHERTY.
CHARLES RICH.
CHRISTIAN KRIEG.
NASHTIIaLE
XORTI1
PLANING MILL,
BT
RICH & KRIEG,
arpenters and Builders.
ALL KINDS OF DOORS. SASH, BLINDS,
Frames, Mouldings, Floorinj, Ballusters,
on hand and made to order, at and below Cin
cinnati prices, for cosh.
Corner Summer, Madison and Cbcrry
.Streets, Nashville, Tciui.
mayO tf
COLUMBIA
FEMALE INSTITUTE.
This Institution will be ro-opened on the
SECOND aiO.VOAY IN SEPTEMBER
NEXT,
Under tho direction of the
REV. GEO. BECKETT.
Every effort will be mudeto afford the highest
advantages for Female Education. The course
of studv is both thorough and systematic, com
bined with homo care and teaching. Professors
of acknotf Iedged ability have been provided lor
the various departments.
FACtJLTV;
RT. REV. C. T. QUINTARD. Visitor.
RKV- GEORGE BECKETT. Principal.
MRS. LEONIDAS POL1C, 1 v. ,,,.
MRS. E. A. BECKETT, v,co Principals.
REV. DAVID PISE. D.D.. Belle Lcttre.
REV, JAMES N. TEMPLE, Mathematics.
MONS. A. KSTEVE. Musical Director.
.MISS SUSAN POLk. English.
MISS SHEEGOG. English.
MADAME L. ESTEVE. Vocal .Music.
For Circulars and all business transactions
address . REV. J. N. TEMPLE,
, . , Columbia, Tenn.
'Widow of the late Bishop Polk.
Jul' 4 lm
Shelby Female Institute,
Corner of Broad and Tine Sts.,
NASHVILLE TENN.
rjMlE SECOND ANNUAL SESSION OF
1. this Institution will commence on the lirst
Monday or Mpt-m!er, divided into two
terms ot Cvo months each. The Advantages
offered by this Institute are a sound and liberal
English education, while every opportunity is
afforded pupils in Vocal and Instrumental
.Music, Ancient and Modern Languages, and
Ornamental Branches.
In the Musical Department, the services ol
the talented Lady Musician and Vocalist, whose
skill was so fully appreciated lust session, have
been again iecured, and in addition a resident
Professor, who has heretofore been associated
with the Principal, will give first-class instruc
tS" 1 ?n the PIANO. HARP, ORGAN and
OU I aAR.
The Department of Modern Languages will
havo at its head a native French woman, and
the French and German will be taught as
6poken languages.
The Scientific Department is unrivalled in the
fcoath for the completeness ot its Apparatus,
collection of Minerals and Pictorial Illustra
tion!!, and will continue to be taught by the
V'eo Principal, formerly Professor in the Nash
ville linivcrsitr, and whose abilities are so well
known.
The position of the buildings, formerly known
as the Shelby Medical College, is central, airy
and convenient, and the most careful attention
is paid to the health, comfort, habits, moral and
reUfious improvement of the pupils.
The Principal confidently appeals to the re
sults of the past section for the best certificate
ofnAfrater nd 'access of the Institution.
iLK.Mb Hoard and English tuition, eesMon
of five months. JI8.
For tormi of day pupils and other inferma
ncAP SirrSPIfJ.6 or a.p,pl7 at he Institute.
RfeX" o'tPt.pA a- m- Principal.
FyM d J2m ' A' M" M' D" a Principal.
fB Q P.&T. eopy in dailr 2m.
Engine and Boiler.
FOR SALE. A FIRST-RATE ENGINE AND
. Beder in good order. Can be een..aad
pnee Icaraod, by cidllnjr at this office,
nayol lxa
PLANTS, BOUQUETS,
CTJT FLOWERS
j a f.:p uma ai&aaj Miftt'iUAi aA4ka
J." West of Cumberland llospttal. nea'r Brood
street, is prepared to supply the choicest Plants,
Bouquets, and cut Flowers, suitable for Festivals
and Parties, at moderate prices. Parties are
invited to examine the stock at the Garden; Or
oraers leti at tne drug store ot w. J. x u. w.
Smith, corner Vine and Church streets, will
receive early attention.
may23 3m sp.
UNION BANK NOTES.
TN ACCORDANCE WITH AN ACT OF THE
X Legislature of Tennessee, passed December
12th, ISflG, untitled an act "To expedite the dis
tribution of the effects of Banks, which have or
may make assignments among their creditors,"
notice is hereby given to the holders of the notes
C m II.. Tl . m . . y .1
vi auc usigs iixst op axknesskb to nie mem
witn tne undersigned, at the Bank in Nashville,
botwoen now and tho 1st day of January, eigh
teen hundred and sixty-nine. (1869.) and receive
certificates therefor, or fhev Trill ha fnrevAr
barred from any participation in the assets pf
tne isanic- xno certificates will be received at
par in payment for debts due the Bank, wheth
er tenaereu neiore or alter tne ist ot Janu
ary,1869. JOS. W. ALLEN, Trustee,
Dec. 20." 1886. 21 -Cm
- TLU'llISDEN & CO.,
MANUF'ACTUEKRS AND DEALERS '.IS
HIDES, OILS, LEATHER
Findings, Curriers' Tools,
No. 9 SOUTH MARKET STREET. No. 9
XASIIVII.EE, TENNESSEE.
Julyl3-tf
Hesevvoir Mills Flour
McCANN'S NEW WHEAT FLOUR. IN
eluding the following popular brands :
Mountain Deiv,
Cream of the City,
Frank Clientliam,
Harvest Queen,
Cumberland Mills.
For sale at lowest market prices, by '
S. B. SPURL0CK & CO.. AgU..
"ty7 tf Cor. Broad and College sts.
EtECTIOX KOTICE.
riMIE HOLDERS 0FSIIARES IN THE STATE
X Insurance Company of Nashville are hereby
notified that between the hours of 10 a. u. and
12 M. of MONDAY, the 5th dny of August prox
imo, an election will be held at the Company's
Office, Second National Bank building, lor
President, Vice President and seven Directors,
to serve as such forthe term of one year from
the day and date of their election.
JOSEPH NASH. Secretary.
julyl23w
A. FRENTZ,
LATE OF LOUISVILLE, KY..N0. 2 80 11 Hi
Market ami Church streets. Produce.
Commission 11 nd Forwarding Merchant, and
Agent for sundry Manufacturing Establish
ments, Kentucky and Virginia Tobacco, Can
dles, Starch, Spices, Hams, Fish, Oysters, Crack
ers, Checso, Butter. Beans, Potatoes, Vegetables,
Oranges, Lemon", Pineapples, Peaches, Apples,
Nuts, etc.
WANTED Three thousand bushels gpod
Peaches, not too ripe, and put up in one bushel
slat boxes.
inno27'lra
CHANCERY SALES
FOR
Saturday, August 17, 1867.
Win. A. Gleavea vs. R. L. Bingham and
others'
TN PURSUANCE OFA. DECREE 0F THE
1 Chancery Court in tins emtse, I will sell at the
Courthouse at 12 o'clock on
NATURDAY, ACGEVT 17, 1807,. ;
A troet of about thirty uot&ut land, lying, irsttr
the Harding (Church streetfturnplke. between
the old jxsideiKui f Benj. Litton and Cook rill's
bffnng,-bolhfc Ihe same lanU purchased by W.
A. Qleavesof V, 11. Gordon, and by said Gleavee
conveyed to R. L. Bingham- Thia land has
upon it a very elevated and commanding build
ing site.
Bingham's land, near Hillsboro pike, immedi
ately west of the former residence of Rev. Chs.
Tomes, dee'd., and fronting on the east side of
the old Wharton road.
Terih of Sale Credits of Six, twelve, eigh
teen and twenty-four months, with interest
from day of sale. Notes required with approved
security and sale free from redemption.
MORTON Br HOWELL, C.amlM.
july27 td
John O. Ewing, Trustee, us. "Warren
J ackson
TN PURSUANCE OF DECREES OF TIIE
X Chancery Court in this cause, I will Bell at
the Courthouse at 12 o'clock on
SATURDAY, AUGUST 17. 1807,
Lots Nos. 37 and 38 in Boyd's Addition to Nash
ville, fronting on Mulberry street at the inter
section of Mulberry and Grundy streets.
Terms or Salk Credit of six months, with
interest from day of sale. Note required with
good security and lien retained. Sale free from
redemption.
MORTON B. HOWELL, C. and M.
july27td
F. R. Bains vs. P. M. Eyan.
TN PURSUANCE OF DECREES OF THE
1. Chancery Court in thi s coe, I will sell at the
I'ourinouse, at iz o'ciock on
SATURDAY, AUGUST 17, 1807,
A lot fronting fifty-one feet ten nrd ahalf inches
on Vine street, nart of lot No. lfil in Barrow'a
Grove Plan, and running back ICS feet along
Ash street.
Terms op Sale Credit of six months. Note
required with approved secur.ty. Sale free
irom redemption.
, MORTON B. HOWELL, C.and M,
Ju!y27 Id
If. P. Corbitt, Executor, ys. Rachel Corbitt
et als..
fN PURSUANCE OF DECREES IN THIS
"- cause. I will sell at the Courthouse at Nash
ville, at 12 o'clock on
SATURDAY, AUGUST 17, 1807,
Threo lots belonging to the estate of John Cor
bitt, deceased.
No. 1, fronting fifty-seven feet onMaple street,
at the corner of Mallory street continued.
No. 2, fronting thirtv-three feet on Maplo
street, on tne opposite side ot xualiory Street
No. 3, fronting thirty feet on Maple street, and
lying next south of No. 2.
All these lots' run back 135 feet to a sixteen
foot alley.
Terms oe Salk Credits of six and twelve
months, with interest from the day of sale.
Notes required with approved security and lien
retained. Sale free from redemption.
MORTON B. HOWELL. C aud M.
july27 td
New York and Bremen
STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
First-Class U. S. Mail Stkamshim
Atlantic, Baltic,
Western Metropolis, Fourth Stenmer,
FOR S.0DTH 1UVPTOX AND BREMEN',
taking pa.osensters to Southampton, London,
Havre and Bremen at the following rates,
payable in gold, or its equivalent in currency:
FIRST CABIN. $110. SECOND CABIN. 865.
STEERAGE. $35.
From Bremen, Southampton. Havre, to New
York:
FIRST CABIN. $110. SECOND CABIN, $75.
STEERAGE, $13.
Excursion Tickets out and Home :
S'lrl Cnliln, 8210. Hcroud Cabin, 8130.
Nlccrafre, 8.70.
8AIL1.VO DAYS FROM NKW YORK AHD BRSME.V;
May i and 18-June 1,15 wid 29-July IS and 27.
Aug. 10 and 21-Sept. 7 and 21 Oct. 5 and 19.
For freight or passage apply to
W. W. TOTTEN,
Agent for Nashvillo.
ISAACTAYLOR. President,
mayl tf 40 Broadway. New York.
Books for Farmers and Gardeners
Farmers' and gardeners' Dic
tionary; the Farm and Garden, by Jacques;
Sridgeman's Gardeners' Assistant; do. Kitchen
Gardening; Buist's Kitchen Gardening: Down
lag's Fruit Trees of America; do. Barrey's ; do.
Baker's; Flint on Grasses; do. on Milch Cows;
the American Shepherd; tho Farmers' Barn
Book; Fuller's Grape Culture; do. Haralzthy's;
Pardeo on Rose and Strawberry Culture; Buist
on the Rose; Youatt, Skinner, Maybew. Dodd
and Frank Forrester on Horses.
For sale by JOHN YORK,
jan31-dtf w3t 41 Union street. Nashville.
HE1VRY J. 1171)LEY,
Architect.
SPECIFICATIONS AND WORKING DRAW
INGS, mad with or without superintendance
Office, at the Maxwell House.
KEfERISCES.
tlUHfl UTIBTOa,
W. D. FtTLTOsr,!
Tl7-tf -
J. Dcjicax.
EH.Ea3T.
PUBLIC SAXE "
BLOODED STOCK,
AT
Belleiucnde Stock Farm.
fN WEDNESDAY. SEVENTH OF AUGUST
W ISO, 1 wul oner .tor sale at public auction,
at my farm, six miles southwest of Nashvillo, a
lot of Blood Horses, comprising Stallions,
Mares, Colts, and Filiies of all ages.
.Pedegrees in full of the above will he fur-
nisueu on nay or sale, bumce it to say that
they have descended from the brst stock nf nnr
country, and many from the best racing families
01 tne united states.
Sale to commence at 10 o'clock. Terms liberal
and mode r nown m day of sale.
W. ti HARDING.
P.S. Also, alotof improved Milk Cattle, com-
E rising one morougnnrea Aiuerney isuii; nait
red bulls and heifers. jnly3td
S Trains will run regularly during tho day.
Nashville Blood Horse
ASSOCIATION COURSE.
'PUB FALL MEETING OVER THE NASII-
jl vine Lourso will commence on
TUESDAY, THE 15tli OF OCTOBER,
and continue durine the week.
The following stakes arc proposed, and will
close tne toin uay ot Aiiimt, viz:
YOUNG AMERICA STAKE NO. 1-For two
year olds, that have never been trained previ
ous to thia fall. The dah of a mile; $25 en
trance; play or pay. The Association to add
8100 if the race is run. To bo run TUESDAY,
ino ursi uay.
GREEN STAKE For three vear olda that
nave never appeared in public; mile heats ; Sbi)
entrance; nl.iv Mr nav. The A&witinn tn mlH
$200 if the race is run. To be run TUESDAY.
tne urstuuy.
THE EXCEPTION STAKE Two mile heate.
for all ages; $S0 entrance; ply or pay; free for
an excepting Plugging, to bo run on second
day of meeting. Association to add $300 if the
race is run.
CUMBERLAND STAKE NC. 1-For thr.
year olds; mile heats; S50 entrance: play or
pay. i no Association to mid $'uil the raeo is
run. to be run ontbe third day.
YOUNG AMERICA STAKE NO. 2-For two
year olds; the dash of a mile ; fftO entrance;
piay or pay. Association to add 312)0 if the race
is run. lo be run on tne fourth day.
CUMBERLAND STAKE NO. 2-Fnr thri-n
year olds; two mile heats: $50 entrance; play
or pay. Association to add $300 if tho race is
run. io oe run on nun day.
Five or more te fill tho abovo stakes. To
name and close August 15, ISoT. Entries ad
dressed to the secretary.
li. v. C'OCliJtu.I., President.
GEO. W. HARDEN, Sec'y and Treas.
iulylG lm
W. E. WARD'S
Seminary for Young Ladies,
tfASIIVIIE, TE1V1V.
A Superior Hoarding- and Day School.
Points In tlUw fSoliool :
KnIlsh ami lalliematical Conrse,
the same with first-class colleges.
-Pure French by n French Tcnclivr.
German and Spanish next session. Our
jatBafotvthese.. though lower than other
schools, will be continued.
, Ijitln and Greek, wllbont charge.
Latin is Tital to scholarship. " It U," says
George P. Marsh, "a petrifaction of tfio
principles ot articulate language."
MnMcmade ntti-active, by new seven
octave Pianos for practice.
.School Dc.sUs the new irtlcnt style.
6. jftithrtic Studies.
The beautiful Paintings of last year speak
ior memseives.
Good Health.
The bill for drugs for ten months was S10 10.
Result of good diet, 'borough ventilation
aim uuereu water.
8. Moral Unfliience.
Sacred music in chapel free to all. Pupils
uu mo oauoain.
. Home Inllucnce.
The Society of the House the Etiquette of
iuu AaDir inemany masons on polite cul
ture are luuispensaoie to many and vtiu-
auio to an.
The next session will open on the
FIRST MONDAY IN SE1TE.UBER
art
Catalogues, giving full particulars, furnished
on application.
REV. W. E. WARD,
julyl Principal.
Hartman's Safety Bridle and Lines.
Tnis most novel In
vention prevents all Hi--
It. the runnimr away, or -S3
atterlimposslble.
T70R GENERAL DRIVING. OR FOR Rl'N-
JL' A WAX ANU Klt'KliMU liOKSKS. IV 1th
this lmDrovement. a woman ran control a SDir-
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 for your trouble.
The Bridle may be seen at Room No. 11 Colon
nade Building, on Cherry street, Nashville,
Tenn. Jtoriurtner particulars, aauroM
JOHN M. 1IIGGS,
apr24 tf Nashville, Tenn.'
PETROLENE,
A New Burning Fluitl.
The Cfoapext, Safest, and Best Liyhl in Use.
Cheaper by one-half than "Candle.
-I IVES TEN PER CENT. MORE LIGHT
VJ and burns ten per cent, longer than the
same amount ot Uoal uu, ana emits uo oceniive
odor. It will not soil the finast fabric No dirt
or grease collects on the outside of the lamp,
while its brilliant crimson hue greatly enhances
the beauty of the effect when used as a light for
the parlor. W.H. JNcRltmE A-CO.
Sold by wholesale and retail at No. 3 South
Cherry street, and at all principal Depots.
456- Agents wanted throughout Middle and
East Tennessee. jj-21 wlin
Yalnable Iron Property
FOR SALE.
Jane E. Bradley, Administratrix, vi. the Heirs
ana Creditors of imam liradley, deceased.
BY VIRTUE OF AND IN OBEDIENCE TO
a decree of the honorable Chancery Court
at Linden. Perry county. Tennessee, at the June
term thereof, 1S?7. in tho above titled enuJe, I
will offer for sale to the highest bidder, on.
Monday, the 5th clay of August, ISC7,
nt nf...l.T. i .i .r i t , .
All iuak inmtiuig niirfc ui IBI1U Known M tDA
CEDAR GROVE FURNACE LANDS, contain
ing aboutnine thousand acres, together with the
a St it , """." Aiao.aiJweiiin?
7 ,," un contains, be
sides inexhaustible Ore banks , onveniently
eii.u.u. duu iiuici in xuuuasnce, a eonsidera-
oia juwuui ui xarminsf r.anog, with several
farms wir in cultivation, and the Furnace ii
Wkin (tfn trtil&l r.f ik. T.... ti .
"'"r o j A . Acuuossoe niver, at tne
mouth of Cedar Creek, where there is a good
l.nHini, anil , L.I.. 1. I . . ,.
""-"Ji.""" .tiuio uj una is bi ail sea
sons. The sale wiU bo made at the Furnaee
d?'?iif v S;ha" ?lae due Istday
' iojo. ana tne otner nail due 1st
day of November. 18W. .The purchaser will be
required to eiv bonds with approved personal
ec?"5r w"a lion. retained, eta. This. June
14,1867- . R.M.THOMAS. .
junel9 4tw c. and M.
THIRD NATIONAL BANK
NAS1TVIL.EE. TENNESSEE.
STOCKHOLDERS.
W. W. . Berry. M. Burns.
John Kirkman. Jas. P. Kirkman,
D. V 1 eaver, Edgar Jones.
DanT F. Carter, A. J. Duncan.
Alexander Fnll. Chas. E. Hillman,
Edmund Cooper.
DaaIa Tn T?,-Mi an ...1 GnA 1
" t - " " " winm, auu
Government Securities.
T r. . i " . .... t -
Aransurawn in gums to suit on i.ondon, .New
York, Now Orlean, Cincinnati, St. Louis, Louis-
5-20 Bonds and 7-30 Treasury Notes always
Hi eh est nrAlTlifim rtnt! fnr Pjitntmnn frit
7VT,; r-
W. W. BERRY, President.
T EDGAR JONES, Cashier.
JOHN KIRKMAN, Vice President,
mart" ly
insurance.
Marine aiid Fire
INSURANCE COMPANY,
Under the new charter, Is nowopen for busine
AT NO. 34 NORTH COLLEGE STR1E
Next door to corner of Union Jtroet,
JOSEPH W. AXXEN, President
A. W. BUTLER,Heeretnrr.
DIRECTORS.
John M. Hill. WatiouM. Cooke.
U. A. K. Thorn uian. D. Wcivr
Daniel F. Carter. John E. Johnson
n, u. uneatnam,
G. W. Uendershott,
John W. Terras3.
A. u. Adams.
Josepn W. Allen.
dec4 ly
WASHINGTON COLLEGE
Lexlneton, Vlvtfinln.
GEN. It. E. I.EE
-President.
Aided by a corps of twenty Instructors, includ-
iig a Professor of Law.
T."B ;N?XT SESSION WILL BEGIN ON
u- i 'i Thrsday in September, and end on
fhirrl Thtlraii,w in InA T : , ,
.uja.iusiuii may do
reached by stage from Staunton or Goshen, on
the Virginia Central Railroad : from Lynchburg
by canal, or by stage from Bonsack's. on the
Virginia and Tennessee Railroad.
Vnr TiirtliB. n.,li.iilnM ......t.. . rt,- .,
t? r A " t fi"j iu uierK oi tne
Faculty for Catalogue.
juiy avr
NCE AGENCY.
P. P. P.EiJK,
36 COLLEGE St.. NASIIVII.EL. TE.N.
3I031E INSURANCE COMPANY,
OF NKW HAVKN.
Cr.pttal and Assets SI tlfUlti tj)
GEORGIA nO)I E -?fS URANCE C'ti.,
COLUMBUSfGA.,
Paid up Capital and Assets ....S4GO,00.
.ETNA LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
OF UABTl'QBD.
, Cuh Asaats ' . S4.5on.04U
Traveler Accident In.surauce Co.,
OP HAItTFORD
Capital and AssoU $795,00)
POLICIES WRITTEN ON VIRK AND MARINE
Jtliki. and Losses dtouidUt adlustnJ at tula
Office.. Also, Application! for Lib aud AecMout
risk! in tne above am elaaa UDBipam.
ocui-ti-ap
CARVER COTTON GINS
AT
MAtfTJFAOTUKEirS PRICES
ItrE HAVE ON HAND A FULL SUPPLY
TT of tbeseGin40. SOanilGO mw. All oar.
ton factors know the Iimnrinr (inUh ami stvla
that the Carver Gin gives to every sample of cot
ton. It does not chop or nap the staple, but
shows the lint, its full length, and preserves the
style.
bend fer circular.
GEO. C. ALLEN fc CO..
Agents for E. CARVER i CO..
Corner College and Broad sts.
LEBANON MILLS
BTLOTJTR.
TTE KEEP CONSTANTLYONIIAND THIS
T f Flour, in barrels and sacks, which will be
sold on as, favorable terms as other first class
brands. Every package warranted in the com
mon acceptation of the term, and then warranted
not to be sent baek to the merchant.
GEO. C. ALLEN & CO,
jy7 6m tp. Comer College and Broad sts.
OITY HOTEL,
TniS LONG ESTABLISHED AND WELL
known House in future will be conducted by
J. G. BLEDSOE, who has spent more than
twenty years in this business in Louisville, Cin
cinnati and other eitieH, in vunection with R.
F. BELL, of this city, und S. H. HAKE, one of
its former Proprietors, oho once kent the Com
mercial Hotel, of this place. VVe hope by strict
attention to busiuess tn receive a liberaj share of
nublic natronaee. Our table shall nlwnri ho
supplied with the best the market affords, and
uiiis very reasonanie.
Ul.EllNOi:, JtKI-iL & 1 1 ARE,
maylS 3m Proprietors.
PHILIP LINDSLEY. T. M. STEGER.
Attorneys - at - Law.
OFFICE: 77 North Cherry Hlreet,
tup stairs.) NASHVILLE. TENN.
juneis tf
LUMBER, LUMBER.
To Carpentcrx and Builder.
T AM THE ONLY AGENT IN THE CITY
X for the sale of that justly celebrated
YELLOW PINE FLOORING ANI
NTAIRCASE I.U.1IRER,
From North Georela. I haveccnitAntl vnn lion1
a large supply of !resseJ Floorlncr aud
Ntalrcan Lumber, andean fill all orders at
shert notlee, cheap for cash. Call and see me
J.M. HAWKINS, Agent,
No. 40 South High street,
bat. Cliiiri-)i ur..l II,,. .,1
M12w (B.)
A GOOD CHANCE
FOR. TIIE lUNiaiPLOYED.
PERSONS DESIROUS OF OBTAINING A
X Kaud iiaylns: ljimln,H ,n r.
cirenl
ular eflntaininr inf -nniit.on rtMpeetins- the
y- A -...w inn. iuh rvsieciinir lai
liar to Coal Oil. which run he proinml with but
....ir-iiuuiji. ur eipene. ana will yield a
Drant nf fiftr tr. .... . ,. 1" ."it
capital tequired to toioEe with. We an
521. a county right w a f'-rtone t., an ooUr
P ruing man. Addrti. en'li-surr tstamn.
w M . 'AVI rt: RUII.V.
Jto.mSK-onii.lrn,.! hJlimn-. f.l
J5 ii" Pirpnlar-i mir l.a ,..n .. t , t.;- .a..
julyW 3awlsi
BI.SSOMUTIOA.
THE COPAROiERiJHIP HERETOFORE
existing under the ubi and utrlo of Fo.lw
lirotnersts hsreb; Juoitivwi or mutual soasefli.
All perions owing P.wter Dritlbern ran find
their nnlca in rear of UmUl A iinNth'S Law
Office, formerly oeKppiod hi Tttr McBwen.
Messrs. ARMlWrttAD WOODS have pur
chased the entire lutert of lLj firm.
fuo i ft n. uuviiicita.
Nashville, Febiuarr. !".
in leuiias jh.ui 4y"':'r7v v n-miui us great
. 1 ,n .uiMiM.nrl Bin in A ..:...-.1 k.
Wnn-ls to all our oustoiaers and the Duhlte n.
rally, and hpo they will e.ntinua their pa
tronage, so liber Allrextended to .'he old firm.
NMhtale, Ftbnury, 1867. rj15 tf
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Y A CONSOLIDATION OP THE ..vASII-
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DISPATCH, and by tho geoereos ami ashed
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uca matters.
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In the Political Interests of
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Tho UNION AND "SlPATCH, .as hereto
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guide; and in tlje discussion pf all the new and
intrieate question! arid issues arising out effhe
extraordinary condition in which tho eouhtry i
placed, it will adhere to the principles as
teachings of the 'founders and expositors ef Mr
government tild institutions. It will' endeavor
to guard with vigilance- and defend with unwa
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sts of all tho State, and the essential prmei
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We shall .oppose all invaiiens of these, and
uphold, to the utmost of oar ability, the unloa
of-the States under thorn. Feeliuir that they
are endangered by the revolutionary sehemea at
the Radical politicians who now hold the Legis
lative power of the Government, we shall abate
cthing of our past opposition to .their niea-
iur With thwo views, whieh are n less tha
ruionnd convictions, we cannot and will-not
beeitate'to defend the unfortunate Sth fro
'the'osperslons and iiuiositions beapod upon ita
people! and urge that Jtrsncc al Rwht sooN
be meted out to them.
Our MumifuutTiriiig audi Do-
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may be able te induce the eetablbhmeat of
manufactories in our midu for our home pro
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to the co3T and statistics of manufacturing,
and exert ourselves to encourage the diversifi
cation of Southern industries sml the devetop-
uent of Southern resources.
Our Financial and Commer
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in its financial fluctuations and condition. The
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vised as to tho riso and fall of tho markets, a
controlled by the laws of demand awl Mppiy,
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fall behind his more intelligent ami eaterprMM:
neighbors. In order to make our paper valuoMo
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