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SUNDAY, Al'rtUST 25. 1S67.
IS BOOTH AUVK?
The Buffalo Courier admits that its faith
in thevd?ath jif John ViIkes Ikfoth hqs
been very decidt-dly shaken ; first, by the
narrative which recently appeared in the
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tiiia paper, end second.- for' the- iollpvan
Jeasoii'k
Booth's dtarf waBraked'ioUitof tuerpc6e
at. the War Department, a. correspondent
of the New York World undertook to prove
Ijynteraal'evrdencVlliat the record was i
forgery. We took up the point and showed,
to" oar own satisfaction at least, also from
internal evidence, that the diary was genu
ine. The dar enr article nnrwitrpr! a i?n.
Itleroan Calle'd?upon.a9r-DnB whonx we w!ell
knew, whose word, so far as our experience
'crops i inrJnlnfp nnd who tmo 1T n -rntrinfr
'Fi-fbr several years and Entered into a
conversation on the Enbject of the diary'.
He supported the theory of the correspon
dgntoflhe World., As he ytaa stubborn in
his views, and we, on our part, had spent
some time in tho elaboratfe'n if onr argu
ment to the contrary, and are sol distin
guished for amiability when disputed, the
discussion soon assumed a heated tone.
Our argilments, however, were too strong
for our opponent. From point to point
we drove aim, but to our surprise .be
gave no evidence of convlciioh that the
diary was genuine. Finally,: when it be
came evident that, reasonirig from infernal
evidence, he had nothing-left tostand upon.
he suddenly asked, " Would you believe ;
the diary iiooth's production if JBooth werfe
alive?" The batteries of our xidicule were
at once opened upon saausurd a supposi
tion, until our friend quietly fcaid : ' I
know Willfes Booth well, and have seen
him within six months I" He at once
seemed annoyed that the confession had
escaped him in, the heat of argument, and
would say no' more on the subject, but ex
acted no protujso of secrecy from us. Uis
name, however, we should not divulge, as
a matter of course. As we said, the gen
tleman wljo made th;s extraordinary state
ment, is-one whom we have long known,
and in whose word we- have tntire confi
dence. The possibility of lis being mia-i
tafcen u our only reluge from belief m-the
present existence of Wilkes Booth,1 .and
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ouf Trailers uare now ueiore laera our two
reasons for doubting his death.
THE AirrECEIIEXTS OF ' JKNr.It.lI.,
THOMAS.
JTh'e K"ew Orleans 2Tmw, of the2Ist ins.t,,
'feToffing to the removal of Sheridan, nnd
-tlie snccession to his place by Gen Thomas
tHus speaks of the antecedents of the
latter:
"It is as yet an unexplained portion of
fsliistory of this able commander how1,
afe&omcer4of'thcK old arniyph'o was
regarded as a gentleman oi extreme south
ern views, a politician of the Virginia
school, and who declared and manifested a
more earnest sympathy for the movement
for Southerninuependencei at its , com -menijementJjgan
any olOer ficergfqual
rank in theold army,sliourd have sud
denly, to the great astonishment of his old
live and pertinacious of the military chiefs
- a ii. - ? . . t. . L i i
who 'eu iuo armies ui;u conquureu aim
suppressed the rebellion. The character
and, lite ot Uen. iinmas repel any lmpu
taftoii of unworthy purposes in tlie sudden.
change, aud increasc.tbe enrioiitr to learn
rcsl- motive ao3!Tlori therefor.
.A native of Southampton county, Vir
ginia. George H. Thomas iiiibib-rd and
cherished through his Whole life, previous
uj iiiu iaiu a nu nil uiiuuiuul-ih 10 ir-
einia idea?, politics and institutions, and
especially to the institution of slavery, the
movement against whicii had been deleated
by the sanguinary insilrrection which oc
currea in nis native county in ioav, Aiier
that bloody incident the emancipation
movement in Virginia, which had become
Very strong,' so much so thai in' the Legis
lature a proposition introduced the year
before the insurrection, looking to that
measure, was only defeated by one vote,
could never be revived. The belief in
General Thomas' earnest devotion tb
SonthTrf. ideas- End politics wis so
Strang that when the irginia Uon-
.ventior. was in .session in 1861 his
name was conspicuous as one oi me in
ture chiefs, if not the principal commander.
of the Virginia forces which the conven
tion proposed to' put in the held. Jrl
was warmly supported for the office, af
terwards held by General Garnett, whf
was killed in the campaigns in West Vir
ginia, of Adjutant General of the Virginia
forces. At that time, whilst the more con-
servativerideas and characters of. Lee.
Johnston, an'd others of the old "army of
lrginia birth were regarded by the po
litical leaders of secession with some doubt
and distrust. Garnett and Thomas were be
lieved to come up to the mark of extreme
dilraismin thsir ideas of State sovereignty
and of the policy of Southern independence.
There is a mystery, we repeat, in regard to
the sudden change of Ueneral JLhomas
views which the future historian and his
ownbiographer can alone solve."
OENEBAIj 1EE AT TTIIE TIKGINIA
KPIHNGS.
"Whits Sulphur Sprincs Correspondence of tbo
New Orleans Cfo?ent.
Gen. Jiobert . Lee arrived here yester
day. It had been previously announced
that he was coming, and as half-past 11
approached (tfie hour at which the stage
cgaghea usually come in).,theiitors com
menceii'slissembiing at thef office from all
the cottages on tho grounds. Ladies and
gentlemen, black and white, Federal and
Confederates, and even the little children
all assembled to welcome the old hero.
'While we Were waiting for the arrival of
the coach, a horseman was seen descending
the hill not a "solitary horseman," for
the horseman wasnccmpanied by another
one. The latter, however, attracted no at
tention. Ail eyes were riveted upon the
noble and majestic form of the cavalier,
whb bestrode a large and lieautiful iron
gray. "There is Gen. Lee coming on
horseback," said some one who recognized
him in tho distance. " Yes, that's him,"
said others, oblivions of the rules of gram
mar in the excitement of the moment.
"Oli, what a fine looking mtfnj' said all
the ladies in chorus.
But the mostiClpauout recognition of al,
in mv oinniori. was that given by one of
Jusjpvra eoldiers, who Jiad. qllowodJiim"
Bout iyeara stf many'i&l, weary ulirclind
through many a bloody light, and who had
been twice dragged ou the field, supposed
lo be mortally wounded. Thi soldier oc
cupies some subordinate poaUiou as a la
borer about t!iegrounds,bUtsMiiga crdwd
assembled, had come to find out what was
thematter. "Ef that ain't 2d arse Robert."
-said he, " then d nxny Cunfederat'e soul!"
The remark may appear profane, but no
oat who mw his eye kindle with pleasure,
afrhaBawd upon his aid Jeadarcould have
ihelpeclWciMng his rjBgWnoroneshv'el
come. "Marse Kobert "
thefocm of .endearment by whipji the rank
ami nic oi uen. ie'a army was in the
habit of designating him.
Gen. Lee,had.prererrea coming on horse
baek to riding in a stage coach and I
never saw a man who looked mere at home
in the saddle than he did. Riding up to
the-' front of the hotel, he quietly til.
mounted aud shook hands with foroeof his
oW friends, who were present, and walked
into the office and registered his name, lie
was drtsxied.in.il gray coat and white linen
panta1ob,"andwith cavalry boots on. A
'broad-brhBittcd hat protected his head and
face from the sun. In the coach, "Which
came up soon after, ware Mrs. Lee, his
daughter, Miss Agnes Lee, and his eon,
Gen. Custis Lee.
' At night the ball-room presented a brilr
liant spectacle. All the guests sbtae 20p
in number assembled fOgetnehTrflh about
U00 ladieaaud - gentlemen from the sur
rounding country, who came Tto thb-ball'
The General was in the ball'room most
of tbetimerahdit is my duty, asa faithful 1
Jiiatojrian, to record the fact that he, scemeU
ondert the society of ladjes. than of gen!- '
tiemen After the ball was over a. party
of visitors got the band and serenaded hlnji.
lhia morning, however, bright and early,
he was OUtrdressed in. n fnll.filnndeil white
linen suif; latinVhls way to the spring to
.qnnc i., jts.,sjparK!ing and Iife-gi'
watersj,,.. .n
Gen. LeViliOrtraitsdo not dd him ju-
m. lace iias a more genial ana ani
mated look than is represented, and hts
whireAut heis asferlctaaanflndiant. H
suave and elegant manners are the admira
tion of alt who converse with him. He Is
extremely "reticent and properly so) on
p'nblicaffaTrs"' ' '
HORRORS OF ANINDIAN FAMINE
Parents Dcvoiirlnj? Jlielr fiend Child
renDeath or 1,800,000 Persons.
TjieCalcutta correspondent of the Eorj
don Times thus gathers up tho result of thp
terrible famine whith visited Behar, Ben
gal and Ganjatn, as well as Orissa, irt 1866-:
For Behar we have Mr. R. V. Cockei
ell a report, which is very eevere on the
officials. For Ganjam we have a report by
a young civilian in the district, admirably
drawir'tipl In these two gr'pvince.s the
famine raged only for four months, being
worst in Behar in August and in Ganjam
in luly. InjOrissaitireached itsmaximnm
bf-intenslty, judged c-Y by the'niimber fed,
in October, 18G6. or onavear after the first
.deaths from, starvation, and after Mr. Bar-
lOw had-intam called for the importation
of ride into Pooree. Taking, then, the re
sults of these three reports, we find that
the great lamine of 186f affected an area
of 77,413 square miles nearly as largo as
Great Britain and. a noDulation nf
20,000,000. The deaths were 1,350,000. I
have added 150,000 for the hill district of
Orissa, of which Mr. Campbell's commis
sion professes total ignorance, but which
must have suflered more -terribly than' the
plains, for there was no relief there, and
hundreds poured into Balasore from the
ilulls, onlyito.die.. Thearea andhopjilation
Severely ami, intensely visited by famine
were hot quite lialf the above. In Orissa.
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iiuui, iajjpjje-- iiuu." miunapore, lor in
stance, the commission represent the famine
as "severe" among a population of 1,848,
G40 and over an area of 7174 square miles t
ancLas "intense" amonB,2.T)fi2.79.! nml
-5nd area of 12.127 miles. Of the hill din-
tricU we know nothing, and in Behar the
famine was, "intense" over 9280 square
miles, in a population about as dense as that
of England. The Orissa commission ac
cept the estitaateof one-fourth ofthepopu
lation dead as not too high, and of one
eighth in Chota Nagpore. Of all uther
districts the statement continually appears
that the number of deaths given refers to
Only those recorded ; that It is much too
low. etc. Oit the whole, if we add lli nn.
avoidable deaths this year as the result of
tho starvation of last year, and allow even
for Ordinary mortality, I fear that we must
estimate the number of victims in all East
ern India, in the tract of land going north
from the coast between the mouth of the
Hooely and Ganjam to the Nenaul border.
at not less than 1,500,000 half the popu
lation oi iionuon, oroi an Scotland, f ancy
if Paris was depopulated I But the famine
was as intense, as it was extensive.. All
ktheifivraence shows this.4 and the native
ivraeTTce' is peculiaW inTereStlng, Thtt
pictures drawn-by Dr. Jackson afitPUiufge
Winuchope, of Balasore,, of the. crowds of
Btarvelines, the 300 bodies a dav in tlit
streets, (he'rtesulenfial ' stench, the filth of
the hospitals, the starving falling into the
water when thev went to-dnnk. from sheer
debility, and the skeletons which the Com
missioners theiie!ves saw even at that late
date, combine to make this Orissa famine
more hbrribje than all of which we have a
record.
Nor is the last element of horror want
ing cannibalism, The hasty allusions in
the evidence of this are irresistible. We
find Mr. Commissioner Ravenshaw telling
a subordinate in a letter avowedly written
to prevent alarm, that one man had been
eating a dead body, but he was " said to
bo1' an idiot. Tlie native denutv magis
trate of Pooree had a cafe reported to him
by his subordinates in July a Hindoo had
cooked the bod v of a child he had found in
.1 . . V-i , . i j . ...
ine.river. -.a. .uuilick uepuiy magistrate
repeats Mr.Ravenshaw'a story of the idiot
cannibal. Most important of all, however,
is tfie testimony of the Rev. Air. Miller,
missionary of Balasore. He savs:
"Nothing that I have ever read ha ena
bled me, to conceive anvthmg equal to this
famine. r-h&Ve'known no instance of the
Hindob3 eating; dog?, or cats, or cows, but
they did, eat their own children when they
were dead, I heard a well authenticated
instance in which a mother and son were
found eating a dead child. I know of
nothing to surpass this famine either as to
extent or severity."
Hie largest number relieved daily was
175,634, taking ihe . worst month in each
case ; of these 120,305 were fed daily in
Orissa in October, 37,329 in Behar in. Au
gust and 8000 ic Ganjam in -July. Gov
ernment in louti spent in relief and public
works, or remitted of land" tax, 310,884;
while, the Anglo-Indian public subscribed
in cash, including the old relief fund, apart
from the extensive daily charity in Cal
cutta and the afflicted districts, 120.826.
In the present year, government will not
escape.under half a million, sterling, .and
the public: have already'ssubscribed to; the
nft fundC47,t)00. I may rlportln passing,
the astonishment which has been expressed
in India that JjOrd.Uerpy should be asked
by an influential deputation to send the
balance of the Lancashire fund to the
freedmen of the Southern States, when Or
issa is in such a condition. England has
done nothing for it, and India subscribed
to the fund 54,400. it that were sent
back, it would 6Utfice for the permanent
maintenance .of the orphans.
RAILROAD STRIKE.
The Mobile nml Ohio Rnilrond Falls to
Pay, nuil tMNConped by the Employe.
From the Memphis Bulletin, 22d.
A telegraphic dispatch was received ia
this citv last evening to the effect that the
Mobile and Ohio railroad had been seized
by the.cmployes, and that uo trains were
allowed to pass over the road. At JacK-
son, in this state, tne engineers, nremen
and brakesmen had declined to goto work,
and would not allow any trains to. pass the
station. The same state of aiiaira prevails
alLover the road, arising, it is stated, from
the -fact that the employea-have not re
ceived their pay for about three months.
No disturbance ias. taken place,, the en
gfneeWsiniplv declaring thfil theyVould
not fire up. Passengers from this city can
proceed direct lo LouisTtlle, notwithstand
ing the "strike' hut those, vi ho intend Jo
tvisikGUicago 'rta '.Gairoroay-jfaVjeeome
difficulty in going through until the mat
ter is adjusted between the employes ana
ihe dicectorsof the road. It, is said that
there is every indication that the salaries
will be paid," and tb road will bain tho
rough running order 'during the present
week.
"ConnuPTlON wins not more than hon
esty." "Sq wrote Shakspeare, but the Radi
cals dont believe iU Mr. Dawes, a Re
publican member of the House of Repre
sentatives, said in Congress, that the"Ioyal"
thieves in his nartv "had stolen mora ironi
tho Treasury in one year than the whjile
expenses ot Jir. uucuanatra aammisirauuu
amounted to in four." Fearing the indig
nation of an outraged people, Mr. Stevens
very shrewdly stated in a recent conversa
tion that thia same corruption would ac
complish the defeat of the Radicals this
fall in Pennsylvania.
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WOON
DISPATCIIKS.
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-V. CnrdVfroiM Gen Konssenn To."ln;
ICotiHolldntcd -The- Only 1tmHiy
Eofr." ' ' -. ' '.!:. .
ew XOnir, AuetM 24. wen. KpusseaU
tention tonffofjtheir.jpeciajs from
jimiuii. reuuriim' mat ne anu vjteu.
manleft Neivj Orleans rather, suddenly tp
avoid being arrested by .Gen. Sheridan for
impeding reconstruction. Rousseau says
he .knew .nothmg,,of such intention anp
does not believe it Jo he true.. i,?
A Herald special. eays thq pfHcepfiCqni-
missary lieneral af Prisoners ii.to .be. con
colidated with that of Adjutant. General
ano put in ;charge pf uen.samuel Jilacij.
About thirty clerks in the:form.erMoffice.arfi
to be discharged,
A Tribune special says that airicclh
late actipn of the Pre3ident.Ietter8) have
oeen receiyed nerehy prominent.4tepublj
cans, from ruembers of Copgresj, which
state that the oply.remedy)lefUo.inSurej4-
construction is the impeachjoiemof the
a'resident. Ihese letters .-areT: significant,
frpnyihe &ct.thataeveral of .themareiftpm
members who at the Jast.ae33ion of Cpif-
gres3 were known as Conservatives and op
ponents of impeachment. They further
state that the prominent movers in im
peachment are busy at work,- and are al
ready canvassing among the members to
test the feeling. '
The recent newspaper reports about a
great meeting of Conservative .politicians
in this city, who put. up Mr. Johnson anil
Gen. Sherman as their candidates for thje
Presidency, is all stuff.
r-r . . !
Shot by ailstnhe. . . t
Richmond, Va., August 24. Charles
Stuart was shot and killed night befoije
last by Robt. Gray, in Pulaski county.. Mr.
Gray was in a house -barricaded tore3tt t
mob of negroes who had gathered arounl
it, and shot btuart bv mistake.
Probability ofnNegrro Kelnjr, Elected
BInyo. j
Wilmington, N. C, August 24. The
Republicans are becoming - alarmed' lest a
necrO'shouId be elected Mayor of this citi.
The -Southern whites are deriouncedbedause
they did not Tegister. 1
rislitlnjr tho IndtniiH. j
St. Louis, August 24." An Omaha tiisl
patch says information has been -receive
that General Cook,ibout four weeks' ago,
came upon a camp ;of Indians' 'ih the
Puebla mountains, surrounded and killed
nearly all of them.-- Subsequently, another
camp, "about ei gh Cm! ieaTfro m"" FdrtWar
ren, was found and served in the manner.
h ifty Indians were killed altogether. The
Boise Jndians from Warm Springs,-under
Captain DarraRh," did the fiehtink, backed
the United States troops; '
Coaches traverse the Smoky Hill route
now without molestation.
The Omaha branch of the Union Pacific
railroad is" completed five hundred aud
forty miles.
A Cairo dispatch says the. striket on; the
Mohile and Ohio' railroad continues. No
trains are allowed to run either way. Some
engineers were sent down from the
Illinois Central railroad, but the strikers
would not let them work. No violent or
riotous proceedings have occurred. ;
SIX MliBS WB6T OP ELIZADBTHTOWN.
Ky . will resume its rerular Course of In
struction September 2, 1807,
Terms jier twenty weeks in ivlvaiuo SJCy.
Physician's fee. 'music, dancing.! and private
rooms are extrachnrires, (optional.)
For partirulars address
11, A. CECIL BRO?,.
EUr.nbetlii.own, Ky.
N B. The Colleire omnibus connecLa with the
irains ilt Bliiabethtown. aogjlj 3Ctd
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OIIANCJEKY. AT CN,TUK.VIt:. .
Matilda Groves rs. George Groves. ,
TT APPEARING TO THE SATISFACTION
1 of tho Clerk and Master, from, the affidavit of
Matilda Groves the Complainant, that the" de
fendant Is a rton-resident pf tho State- of Ten
nessee, 6o that the ordinary process or law
cannot be served upon nun: it is therefore or
dered that publication be made in the Nashville
Union and Dispatch for four successive weeks,
forbid defendant to appear at tho CeurthouSo
in the town of Centreville, on the sccond.Mon
day in September next, then and there to plead,
answer or demur to comnlninant's bill, nr the
?enio will bo taken fur confessed against him,
and set for hcarinr ex parte.
iv. m. JuiiwBUix.x;. ana ju.
jyTwit
IN BANKRUPTCY.
mms IS TO GIVE NOTICE 1 THAT ON
X the 14th day of August, A.D. 18G7, a warrant
in uanKruptey was issaeu asainat tne estate oi
William 5. Decry,- of .Nashville, in the
fcounty -of Davidson and State of
Tennessee, who has been adjudged a
uan&rupt on nis own- petition: that tne
PSTment of any debts and ddiverv of anv
property belonging to such bankrupt tphimor
for his use, and the transferof any property by
V.tn .. fn.(i.l.n til. Ian. llinl .'ri,..!!. .f
uiui, am iwi wiuuvii vj 111.1 , luiikn vi
the erditoW of the said bankrupt, to proife'
tneir aebts ana to cnoose one or more assignees
of bis estate, will beheld-at Ow Court of Bank- "
ruptcy to be ho'ldtmon the 11th day'of September
A. D. 1867, at 2"o'cloek p. u:, at the office of
the Register int Bankruptcy, Najhville, Ten
nessee, No. 82)4. Church street, before Alexan
der S. Bradley, Ejq., Register.
aug20 2t U S. Marshal. Messenger. .
In Chancery at Nashville.
fit. Tannneann flftfOA HI orlr nnA f
Chancery Court at Nashville, June the th, 18671
W- W. Tottcn ct al., complainants, vs. H. C.
Cariinrt et als., defendants.
TT APPEARING FROJI AFFIDAVIT FILED
X in this cause- that tho defendants, II. C. Uar-
bart, aain'r ot oas. vt. uui, aeceasecs, v.iler
cdith, Jbs. Vandersliee, Evan Vandersliee,"
Sam'l Petinybaker, Margaret'Ponnybaker, Tbos.
Rossiter, Rachel Rossiter, Nicholas Bean, Mary
Uean, lillen Uiitnan, i-ranees Himps&n. t rance.
n r i r.. f p.il... Sr . . i
urriUKio, int.. vycj , vmuaiiuD uiuuucu, Ami
B. Gill, Jas. W. Gill, Bloomer B. Gill. and Carrie
(Jill, are non-reidents nt tne state ot Xennes
pce -. it is therefore ordered that they enter their
appearance herein before or within the first
three days of the next term of said Court, to
bo held on the first Monday in November next,
1867, and plead, answer or demur to complain
ants' bill, or the same will be taken for confessed
as to tbem and set lor Hearing- ex parte, and
that n eobvf this order be tmblished for four
consecutive "weeks, in tho Nashville, IJmon and
il)lspatch., i ; I - i ;
A copy Attest : Al. 11. UUWELL.
m.i. f.at..
W, F. Cooper, Sol'r foricompl'u june2B w4
In Chancery at Nashville.
State of Tennessee Office Clerk and Master.
Chancery Court at Nashville, May the 4tb, 1S67.
John D." James," complainant. vs.R. L. Bingham
et aA., defendants.
IT APPEARING FUOM AFFIDAVIT FILED
in this cause that the defendant, R. L. Bing
ham, is A non-resident of the State of Ten-
newsecU is therefore prderel thatiho enter his
appearance uerein Deiore or within tne hrst tnree
days of tne next term of said Court, to be held
on the first Monday in November next, 1867, and
ueaa, answer or aemur to complainant bill, or
he same will be taken for con. esse ! u? to -htm
and set for hearing ex parte, and that a eopy.of
this order be, publisbed for four-consecutive"
weeks in theNaihville Union and Disratch-
a i ..... . nr ti imii'nf t
Clerk and Master.
Abram L. Demos?, Sol'r for compl't. je?7 wit
IX BANKRUPTCY.
rnis IS TO GIVE NOTICE I THAT on
the lfXh day of August. A.D. IS67, a warrant iu
Bankruptcy was issued against the- estate of
Win. M. Thwton, ol .intheeonntrofWar
ren and Stitte of Tennessee, who 'has been,
adjudged a bankrupt on his own petition ; that
ine I'uyraem oi any ucdu ana delivery oi any
prsnerty belonging to such bankrupt to him or
tot hi? use, and the transfer of any property by
him, are forbidden bylaw; that a meeting ot the
creditors of the said bankrupt, to provo their
debts and to choose one-or more assignees of his
efiaie. win pe neid at a uourl oi lianKrupiey to
be boldes on the 3d- dav tif Seotember. A.D.
lS6?,atl0o'e!ock-. M..M the office of the'Reg-?
lster in unsrnptcy, iMcMinnviiie.Tennesaoe,
beftre J. W. Johnston, Esq., Rwrtjter.
E. R GLASCOCK,
. TT. 8. -Marshal, Messenger-
By n. L STCBBLDFIKLD,
augl 2t Dep. U. S. Marshal. Messenger.
AM BETING" OF THE STOCKHOLDERS
ot the South Nashville Afreet Kaiiroad
Company wilt be held at the office of the Com'
pany, oa College street. South Nashville,1 on
Tnewlaj', September 3, at 10 o'clock A.
m.. for the purpose of electing a Board of (Di
rectors to serve iur toe ensuing year.
JOES. ROBINSON,
, Secretary.
aagtt) ta
Wasll-Steed-
I ,1 I (I f ... i. - fi'in. -rt; . ' u -1 I :- I i r-i
"B'fetWeen ifarket anil CoIUge'-itreets, ': '
'l A
WHO EESAEKi tB AKEJ3S i AXD :Mf
iuldJ oT Candita, Cfrnekfers; Cakfei and Brtad.
Dealers in all kiodjof Ifrait!"; NutXHa'uiHy and
Saraine. Oysters, -CanneiFruiti, Pjckles.iToys,
Notions, etc., eta.
' Tfre attoat!on of tho ilty and, coimtry 'tner-
, ,iYAU KKE(iA.I..6alesmaa.. .' .
'f-iii iii'ii ni ! ' 1 'ii ' ' I I ii ' "'
lljiB an;?haltanobga
,.i-.v -.' I At i . i
IBt .!" Ti'-Q 13
i -i bite i lii- it'. .n-
) iyi-l ll.t.' .s-i-i-iL rill tu
1 . sfi-i-ji -.iU k.I Ltt
,i. t-i Kite
1 ,i
. m i , lit t-k iV'
i.-i. fi i t..i vr.iiidii i hi "li.ij
i.ljCitiMMl!! . ii . '. f ' . ' J11W
TWo ilakfy ' Trains "Leave Nashville
To r Witsli 1 n gt o n , New Torif, and
nllPdlnf'rfEfwtmidSoaih. Close"
- . Connections Blade at Chatta-'"'
ihoopa Ttrornlntr nnd Eve- v
u . ,ij .- nfn's'irbr all EastcVn and '
Son t hern Cities'. ''
OrrlOEOr QKSKBlLSuriBDCTENDItXT. ,
NASHVUtS A Cdattaxooqa Railboad
Nashville. Tenn.. Jnna'18,-17.
"N AND AFTER S17NDAY. JUXY 2d.
.J 18A7, and nntll further notice, Passenger
trains win run as lauowir
Leave Nashville for Washington, New York,
Atlanta. Maeon, Montgomery, AuKusta. Savan
nah, Now Orleans nnd Mobile at 5:50 a. ii. and
5,00 P. H., arriving in Chattanooga at 00 a. jut.
nd 2:40 P. m. ; both Trains makinc close con
nebtlona at Chattanooga with East Tennessee &
Georgia and ' Western- k Atlantic Railroad
Train?. Returning, leave Chattanooga at 6:10
X. if. and 7:50 p. v., upoff arrival of E. T. ATI
arid 'W.& A. Trains, arrivins ia Nashville at
4:30 Aj.andi35r.3f. ,
Ele?fint Palnce Stecplns Cars on. nil
I Kill l'iisscng-cr Arams. . i
Suklbtvii.le AccoxuoDATiON Leaves Shei-
by'ville 5:00 a. u. and 10:40 P. u., arriving in
Nashvillo 11:10 a. u. and 2:35 p. W. L'earea
Nashville for Shelbyville 5:50 a. M.and 5:00 p. m
arriving in ShelbyyilIo.9:0Q a. m. and 8:55 t. u. '
STonIivIUo and Northwestern Itallroad.
Eassbsokr Teais Leaves Nashville 3-00
pi M.j-arfiveat -JohnsonvilleftOO p. m. Leaves
Johnsonville i:0d . ii. ; arrives at Nashvile
10:00 a.m. ... ,
W. P. IKXKS, Oen'l Sou't.
' ' ' iT. & C. and N. W. R. R
J. W. BROWN. Qen'l Pass Agent
ian2ft tf.. - - .!.
rllbuisvillo and- Nashville
R A I L St O. A :D
SUMMER S CITED ULE, VL807L
coil irEKcirru j1tri,"Y
' .Trains will run as follows; , '
Leave NahVillo 3:00 P. M. :00 A. U.
Arrive at Louisville-H-OO P. M. I'.OO P. M.
Both Trainsmnke direct potinectinrr at Louis
ville with tho Jeffersonviliu Itailroad for St.
Louis, Chicago, Indianapolis, Cincinnati, Balti
more, Washington, Philiictelphi-i.an'd NewYhrk'.
Time from Nashville to New York- fbrtrieizht
.hours over twelve hours quicker than any other
route. i
Morning Train from Nashville connects with
United States mail line Ft earners leaving Louis
ville atKKJp, jt connecting at Cincinnati with
curly mornine-traiu-SEtiSt, IUonAQK cHRCKxb
from' Nashville to St. Louts, Chicago. Cinciri
iuii. nun an iiiiii.-ji aiuicru IUIDI. - i
3 The 3:00 p. v. Train from Noahvile:
i . (iri.Ti-, . x . 1 .
Thrtmih -iiUMr train leaving Franklin at
0.34 a'. m.. rttidGalnitin nt 7:42 a.m.. orrivingat
Niwhvilaat9.1)0 a-. Mnd the th rough passengesr
leaving Nahville at 3:00 p. sr., will accommo
date lural travel between Nashville and Frouk
lin. ALBERT 1'INK,
jy7 ly Gt-n'l Superintendent L. i N. R. R. .
WACIOMI
1 OFFER EOR SALE THE, LARGEST NUM
1 ber and fdlleJt assortment of WAGONS in
the city, nt prices as set forth, below.
. FOUll MULE ARMY WAGONS, selected and
repaired, complete, with double-trees, single
treeststretchors, bows and feed box $15 00. .
FOURjaULKLumbcr or Plantation - WAG
ONS, selected and repaired, complete, with
rocking bolster, double-trees., single-trees, bowjs
and feed box S0 OO.
FOUR MULE ARMY WAGONS, in the sniuo
condition as purchased of tho Government
$25 OO. ' " '
LOG WAGONS, for mules or oxen $15 OO
to $05 OO.
TWO HORSE WAGONS, nsw-5100125
TWO HORSE WAGONS, second hand-SCO
OO.
TWO HORSE AMBULANOES-S5000. i
Parties purchasing have the privilege of se
lecting thejseveral parts of Wagons from the
immense, stock on hand, and having theta nut
together under: their .own direction, provided
those already setup dq not suit them.
All tires and bands are re-set, worn boles re
placed With new. No worn axles" are used.
Sixty day city acceptances will bo received
oa cash. N. W. KTKVEXS.
231 Spruce Street,
On the line of the Church and Spruce Street
Railroad. Nashville, Tenn,
june22. 3md-2mw
IN
SUPJE-
JtlOJt .COUBT, . J ,
' mcBMoxn cotnrrr, Georgia:.' ' ., ;
Robert Waltox, Sr.," and TYm. A. WAtTojf,
Assignees., etc., vs. "Wif. D. ELlis and offiers,
Creditors of tho Augusta Insurance. ' and
Banking Company.
mo ADVANCE SAID CAUSE AND EXPE-
1 dite a final hearing thereof, it is ordered by.
.. n . . I I I I Til .
tne Woun mac ail penon;, oiu uuiuers or
others, having claims or demands against he
said Augusta insuranes,and Banking Company,
who bavo not filed said claims and deposited
the evidences thereof with said Assignees, be,
and they ore iereby required, on or before the
first day of January. 186a. to present said claim,
and deposit the evidences thereof, if in writing,
with the paid Assignees, in the city of Augusta.
And it is further ordered that all such claim
ants, by tho first day of the next term of this
Court, do come in and be made parties defend
ants to said bill, and answer the same, and
abide by such decree as may bo therein rendered
by the Court: ,
In default thereof; the Court will pass sueh
decree' as the rules of Equity require.
It is further Ordered, that this Interlocutory
Decree be published oceq a month for tour
months prior to tho nexfJerm of this Court, In
one of tho public gaiettes of each Of the cities
nt Augusta, Charleston, JNew xorK, nasnvnie,
Montgomery and New Orleans. .
By the Court. TO H. HULL.
Solicitor for Complainants.
GEORGIA, lUCHMO.Vn COUNTY
Clerk' Office, Superior Court Richmond County:
I, Lafayette MoLaWs, Clerk of said Court, do
hereby certify that tho foregoing is atrUecopy
of the order of tho said Superior Court in tbo
cosb of Robert Walton, Sr., and Wm. A. Wal
ton, Assignees, etc, against Win. D. Ellis and
others, creditors of the Augusta Insurance and
Banking Company, which was recorded in the
Book of Minutes of said Coort, on the 18th of
June, 1S67, folio 317.
LAFAYETTE MoLAWS, Clerk.
June 20th, 1S67. jy23 lainlta
IN UHANCERY AT SPARTA.
Leftwich St Dibrell vj. E. G. Thompson's Heirs
et als.
TNTHIS CAUSE, IT APPEARING FROM
Lcouplamants' bill, which is sworn to, that
the defendants, E. G- Thompson's heirs, (whose
Satan; are -unknown to complainants,) and
Jacob Good ell, are all non-residents of the State
of Tennc-ssee : it U therefore ordered that publi
cation bo made in a no -? piper for four weeks,
requiring Said non-residents to appear at our
nextlatm of the Chaneerr Court, to bo holdcn
in theCourthctuoin Sparta on the third Monday
in September next, and plead, anrwer or demur
to said bill, or the same will be taken for con
fessed and tet for hearing ex parte, etc.
aug6 4tw P. TURNEY, C and M.
In Chancery at Nashville.
iitate of Tenntswee OSBce.Clerk and Master
Chancery Court BtNajhville, June the 28th, 1S67
J. B. Lippineott fc Co. et ols complainants, vs
R. P. fSno et alv. defendants.
TI! APPEARIJiO FROM AFFIDAVIT FILED
in this catmA that tha defendant. K. P. Cane.
is a non-resident of tha SUteof Tenneosee: it
is thcfefore ordered that he enter his appear
ance herein before or within the-first three days
of.the next term ot (aid Court, to beheld on the
first Monday in November next, 1897, and plead,
answer or demur to complainants' bill, or the
tame-will be taken for confessed as ta him and
arte, and that a. copy of tbis
for fonr ronsecutive weeks
nion and DiSDSt-h.
Aeodt Attesti M. B. ilOWELL.
Clerk and Master.
D. F. Wilkin. Sol'r for compl'ts. jyllwit
HKlli Jlit'l-
t.
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il ! i . - .i , luC )I '..111' ,d
s
t
I. iit -t .m ;, intl-.r.t isL1
JimOHAS GAllTI.A.'VO, j OAJUX K.
tti '.West of Cumberland Hosp)tal,,ncar -Broad
street, is prepared tp'suppiythecboicest Plants.
and
artiesu atimod'erite Crkesi JPartleS) are
in
avited to,examine .thestacic at.tao .Uft.Tden: Or
rdersleftatthe drugitbe oTW.' jrJt'CW.
Bmith. corner vino ana Church streets." wiJl
.ecfo early aUotton .,. , ,
may233m sp.
W EDWARD'S
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nashyiIaEe;
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TEXN. :
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ii-
a i-flK Ml.il ,!
'Superior 'Boarding and' Dar SchtioL,.
rolixts in. tills Soliool:
1. English and Mathematical' Course,
the same withifirst-closs colleges.
J.
Pnro French by n French Tcachc
German and Spanish next session;, Our
rates for these, though lower than' ether
schools', .will be continued. j
3. Xatln and Grccb, without chnrcei
T . .1. T t. nr. f . L
uaim is vuhi m Fcnoiarsoip. it is.
savs
George f- Aiarsn, a petritaction
principles of artfculato language,"
of the
i
3f uslcmndo attractive, by new seven
octave Pianos for practice.
5. School Resits the new patent style,
O. JEstbctic Studies. ....
.1
The beautiful Paintings of .last year speak
iur lueuiseivcs. .
7. jGood Health. ... , .
The bilLfor drugs for ten. months was 840.10.
Result. .-of good diet, thorough ventilation
and filtered water. ;
8. Jloral Inflnencc. t
.Sacred music in chapel free .to all. upils
worship in the city Churches of their choice
jut the Sabbath. ..... . , ,
ii i ',. '
9. Home .Influence. .-.-ii i , J
The Society of the House the Etiquette of
the iTable the many lessons on polite cult
; tare are indispensable to many and valu
able to all.
The-next session will open on the
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I'HIST MONDAY IN SEPTEMBEHI
CatalogueSi giving full particulars, furnished
on application. . '
iitv. w. . n Altll, i
julyli . ' Principal, j
1 I . . !
"Urasliingtoii ITiiiTeitsity
MEDIOAIii iDER-ET-MENSC,
. A 3 7"f -? Oft .
xiJvxTi3rbTtib...i md
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Rev. Thomas E. Bosk, M. D President.
G. Ct Mr n"o"liEHd!'MtD;.'Emernu3 Professor ol
uostetnea -..and, Oliseases ot Uomen and
Children. -
A. J. Foaro.'M. D..'Professorof Descriptive and
hurgicat Anatomy 1 J
P. Looak. M.'D"., "Professor of the Principle,
nnd Practice of Medicine. :
Harvkt L. Bthd, M.D., PtofessQi-of Obstetric.
Maetin P. Scott, M. D., Professor ,of the Dis
eases of Women and Children. I
owabo Warbrk. 5f.D., Professor of the Prin
ciples nnu Practice t surgery- t
John F. Monmoniir, M. D'., Professor ot Phyi-
siology and General Pathology, ,
J. J. Moormak, M- D.. Professor1 of Medical
Jurisprudence and Hygiene. )
Joseph E. CLAOETi,M.D..Prpfessor of Materia
Medica and Therapeutics. j
CiiARKXCR Morfit, M". D. Professor of Medical
Chemistry and Pharmacy. -' 'I
Johv N. Moxmoxikb, M. D. Demonstrator' of
Anatomy.
The next Session nf this Institution will com,
mence nn the first day or.October -next,
and continue five months. ;
One student from eaph Congressional District
of the late slaveholding States will be admitted
to all the, privileges of the University upon the
payment of THIRTY-FIVE POLLAPS for
eachscsion of attendance wounded and disa
bled soldiers having precedence in this regard
over all other applicants..
Doily Clinics will be held in the College
building, at which students will receive the
most thorough practical instruction.
aiaterial iortheDissectlne Rooms will be sup
plied in abundance, and ererv facility Afforded
for Anatomical studies.
ttthb Matriculation, 33; Dissecting-, SIO;
Professor's. lSO; Graduation, $20 f Benefi
ciary, 30. i
Fdr further information, apply to or address, '
A. J.-FOAItl) !.. Dean.
No. 47 Liberty street, N Eicor. of Lexington.
or Barnum s Hotel.
nugS d3t wtilseplS ' ;
EDGEFIELD &. KENTUCKY
NA.SUTII.I.K
AND MEMPHIS I,INF.
THE'oHtIstIVnD (filfdKEST "route
to Memphis HifmbOjdt. Cairo, and all poinU
Y KSU
Train leaves Nashville daily at S'o'clock p.
m.. and arrives at Memphis next morning at
10:45 a. m.
The 5, p. m. Train mike close connections at
Humboldt with trains on Mobile and Ohio Rail
road for all polntn South. Also, connects at
Humboldt with trains for Cairo, Saint Louis,
and all points West.
This line is provided wjth elegant Slcepirig
Cars, has been put in thorough repair, and U
prep.ired to transpdrt passenger and freight
with reliability and dhpatob. i , ,
BOYD M. CnEATnAM. . i
Gen'I Sup't E. 4 K. Railroad.
y25tf
KASiTvTLLE & DEOATUR :
R A IL W AY .
i .
Great OentralrVAlr Eait Konfe
... - , TO-THI
j! .
SOBTH AjP SOlJTjsXWQES'r.
Two Dally ThronKhPnMscnser Trains,
COMMENCING JUNE 18. 1!6T. '.
Leave Nashville- . 5-.30 At U- -ing r p,
Arrive Decatur 12:157.x. 2:30 a. .
" Huntoville .--6s6nr in 7t00 r.3f.
Both. Trains make direct connectfans at Deca
tur with M. C-R. R, far MamphisSelraa, Mo
bile, Jackson, and Vicksburg, Miss., Jlew Or1
leans'. La., and all intermediate poihts.
Leave Decatur . 7:30 a. j(. 5:20 y.r
Arrive Nashville 220 1. -a. 11i20 r. ii.
Both Train? connect at Nashville with L. AN.
R. R, for tha East, North and Northwest,
Splendid Slcepinj; Cath At
tacked to aIlNij?lit Trains.
BAGGAGE CHECKED THROUGH".
Columbia Accommodation Train
Dally, exrept fiandaye.
Leaves .ColambUat.M..
Arrives at Nashrlfle at
, fe23 a. v.
tt-00 a.
Leaves Moshvllle at-.
Arrives at Columbia at-
... 4:00 r. V.
AXD
Forthrouah TIke(e and other Inftrmotlon,
Please apply at the .office or the flashvlllo City
Transfer Company, Northeast corner of Summer
and Church streets, and at the .Broad Street
Depot, Nashville, Tennessee.
J. T5. TAN DYNE.
janZ7 , General Saptrinteaaent
"THIEp NATIONAL BAN?
or
NASliviijf.E. TENN ESS tee.
STOCKHOLDERS.
W. W. Berry.
John Klrkman,
D, Weaver,
Dan'l F. Carter,
Alexander-Full,--. -i
Edmund,
'Deals In 'ExfrangoV '
Government SemrittM. '
M. Rn,
KirkmanJ
r Jones,
A'. Jl Ddrican ." 4
Cha.E.Hillmaa.
ooDer.
M- nJ,Silve?,i'ina
Drafts drawn in ums to ult,on London, Ne
lorK. ew UrIean.irinetilnatI.St. Loua,ouIi
Till a. Afemnnw. rtn. . . , . i
, 5-SO Bonds and 7-30 Treasury Notes olwaji
'An hand for sale. r .1 t
...liUhest premium bald lot Compound: Interei
jnoies. . ;.,
.' W-' W. BERRY, PrerfdenT. !"' '
' bdoar joNes; cshir.
iv i juujx A.iruvtJN . v lea President,
M mar ly
IFS UllK O EI
.THE TE3PESSM,
INSURANCE
" - ti.-v
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com ant:
Under1 tha new charter; is nowop'sn for bteioe
AT. NO. 34, NORTH COLLEGE STRtB
Next'door to corner of Union street.
JOSEPH Y. AXUEN, "Pre.tldot
A. W. Bi7TER,Sccretary.
DIRECTORS.
John M. Hill, Wation M, Cooke.
G. A. R. Thompson, D. Weaver,
ganiel F. Carter, John B.Johnson
. B. Cheatham, John W. Torrass.
G. W. Hendershott, A. G. Adams,
Josepn W. Allen.
dec lv
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HUAIEIQ
P. PEUK
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36 COMKGK St.. NAH1I VI !. T AT.
-in i i
UOMK INHDItANCE CO.lIANl.,
OF NEW I1AVKN.
Capital and Asuets S1.440.U6 W
UEUIIUIA HgiJEINSUItANCJ: CO.,
COtUMBUS. OA.,
Paid up Capital and Assets S100.00J,
JEtXA I.IFE INSDltANCE COJrPANY
OF HARTTdrtD.
OishAiMti , 81,500,000
Traveler's Accident Insurance Co.'.
- i an
OF IIAHTFORD
Cpttsl and Asset
,S725,0t(
'jV.
POLIpfE? WRITTEN. ON IRK ANUMAttlNt
Blaks. and Losaea nromDtlv ajlluitx,! at thli
Offlco. Also, applications far Life and AcetJtnl
risks In tbaboTeilritclaiM Oompaalos.
CARVER 0QTT.0N GINS
AT
WE liAVB 6N HAND A FULL SUPPLY
f of tbea Gin 40. GO and 00. caws. Ail coti
ton factors know the superior finish and style
that the Carver Gin give to e very-sample of cotr
ton. It does not chop or nap the staple, but
shows the lint, its full length, and preserve1) the
style. t j
Send for circular. j
' ' GEO. a AXI;EN A CO., j
Agentsjfor E. OARVHR A CO., j
1 Corner College and Broad its.
L it B k N" 0 1ST "M 1, L r S
..1 Jr t i ).
!
WE KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND THIS
Flour.'iajbarreJs Bnd-sackg. whichwill be
sold on as favorable terms, as other first class
brands.-- Every package warranted In the'eonf
mon acceptation of the term, and then warranted
not to be sent bock to'tho merchant. ;
GEO. C.ALLEN A CO.. !
Jy7 6m sp. Corner College and Broad sts. ;
rf niS LONG ESTABLISHED AND WELL
JL known Honsein future will be conducted by
J. G, BLEDSOE, who has spent more than
twenty years In this business in Louisville. Cin-
ntnnntl nnit nther cities, in conneetien with U.
F..BELL. of this city, and S. E. HARE, one 6f
its former proprietors, w no once Kept tr.o com
mercial Hotel, of this place. We hope by strict
attention to business to receive a liberal share of
public patronage, Oqr table shall always be
suppueu wuu iaa ora. iuu uiurKQt. auurus, aau
bills very reasonable. ;'
BLEDSOE, BELT, HARE, !
may233m Proprietors.-
FHIEIP'LTNDSLEY T. M. STEOEB.
Attorneys - at'-Lwiq.
... i
OFFICK
77 North Cherry street,
NASHVILLE, TENN.'
Une25 tf
A GOOD CHANCE
FOR TUB '.UNEMPLOYED.
P2RS0NS DESIROUS OF OBTAINING A
vl. wu iwjrinir uusiaess will lend for
circular; containing information respectinc the
mahufocf ure of an ILLUMINATING OIL im
ilar to Coal Oil. which can be produced with but
very little i trouble or expense, and win yield,
profit of fifty ta sixty per cent. Only s small
wu,iu iiuucu iij commence wun. We are-
4200. A county right U a fertane to n nrr-
iinei iiiir h nil ii n mi n t- m irit,M hi-h ia
prwmg man. Addrws, .eneliirin stamp,
DAVIH fc JttiiN.
No: Second street, Baltimore, Mot.
?,2jn,f-n roa3r becen at this offlee
Jalyl& 2owlm
FOB SJIije3.
Eight Giles County Homes,
fXif TUESDAY. SPPT la, I WILL felh
nnblielT. tothMtn: itittfaiddltr.aKsBC Eleven
tiuciral A.-rw i.m iiiver juiuir .tiiviaea
TnTD M?nl frait c-i rr i n f n biv fr .01 una DUO
drd to two hundred firid fifty arret 'jibes
lands are twielve milcsjAWHti f Puttf&L and
three trora Eikton. bo -U Fat etiyvilfr read:
arvision cental ru a
epee. eis-
buildings w5?tV rr.r tbe yfrrt of a fcmlly.
a mUe. Term. librl, fr Who
desire to W fc. & or
NuWiA??' J nt eodtd
JN (inASCEKY AT SPARTA,
tf. Vt. Ofbbs vt. G W Lance etoll.
F? THIS CAUSE. IT APPgAltlNa FROM
tbteaplainantUUll.wbUh Urmom to. that
the delsndant, U. V - Lance, 11 a uon-ies idfcnt of
the State or Tnnec it w tbrrore ordered
that publication bemadorva we-ipaper lor four
veekw requiring raid -non-resident to appar at
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holdil4 In the Courtbouse in Sparta on the third
Monday in September next, to plead, answer or
demur to laid bill, or the same will.ba taken for
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VILLB-iUNIONtAND AJIBBlttAWTand the
DISPATOn,.ani by the genereus aldRaafted
support of -the Uxiox aso DisrATOH by ihe
patrons of both the fenaer papers, the Proprie
tors are enabled to pressnt a Newspaper Mini.
to unsurpassed in this oily or-SUto.
IN FULLNES3 AND ACOURAOY
NEWS, our paper will compare.favMB.lr Rh
the best in the entire country; and in tSAyiag
thi3, we only, repeat the expressjsns oCmoay
our natrons, who are mottoapable JadgiBgin
uch matters. . ..
In the Political Interests of
the People,
Tho UNION AND DISPATCH, as hereto
fore, will take the Constitution and fawS ferits
' guide; and In the discussion of alflhoriWand
Intricate questions and issues arising ont ?flfao
extraordinary condition In which' the ctWnlry i
placed, it will adhere to the principles an
teachings of the founders and expe-slters of eur
government and Institutions. It wilt endearer
to guard with vigilance and defend with unwa
vering earnestness and faith tho rights and inte
nts of all tha States, and the, Essential prinei
les which constitute the busts" of the RepubMe.
We shall oppose all invasions of these, and
uphold, to the- utmost of our ability, tho(unln
0f the States' under them. Feeling that, hey
re endangered by the revolutionary schemes ef
the Radical politicians who now hoIu,the Legis
lative power of the Government, we shall abate
c thing of our past opposition -fp the4rmeft
Juro With thexe views, whiah are noJosjjha
, loiound convictions, wo cannot and will net
hesitate to defend the unfortunate 3&
the aspersions" and Impositions heopedjinjiuti
people, and urge that Jusnoc audRulnTiBal
'bo meted out to them. .' ' iTZ
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We(shall ponstantlyjOdmonlsh .the outhera
people tVbe solf'-re'llant, and 'shards what wo
may be able to Induce th; eitafelfeh'm'eit ei
manufactories. In our mldt itr our heme'pre
ducts. To thU ond we,will pay. spetial aitonMB
to the cost, and statistics of maal4uic,
and exert ourselves to eneouragetile drverMt
catlon of Southern industries and the deveMp
vent of Southern resources. J i
Our Financial and.Cqmmor
cial Column 1 - 11
. Every department of btulnesj.haSiajkBBie
dlata interest in the markets ef VUftkl
In its financial fluctuations and wndfiWn. The
man who falls to keep himself -properly 'ad
vised as to the rise and. fall of tha mar keif as
controlled by the laws of demand and supply,
and the relative condition of the cdrrew. to
-exposed to constant loss, and mast 'necesMtily
fall behind his more intelligent and. enterprising
neighbors. In order to make our paper valuable
as welt as interesting, wo shall eentlaue to
make this sriciAt. rcAToae. Osr Dolly
Market Reports, domestte and foreign, by. tele
graph, and our City Reports, gotten op at heavy
expense, have challenged the commendatlen et
our best business men ; while ourcurrent'Ffnaa
cial Reports from all tho loading money centre
of the oountry are fuller than have ever . a
published by any other journal In Tennesssee.
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Upon the Subject of .Agririuro
.And kindred topics; we shall'alioVgvre 'anex-
tensive variety of valuable andjnterejting mat
ter the best adapted to tho farming diuses o
our State, whieh will, fn a great meaiureT'sup
ply the plaee ef a iamMy agricultural paper.
For the Family Gircld
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And for the cpeelal pleasnre and profit of Use
young, each week WewiUfiYo a generarflsomry
and religious miscellanyv Nothlngt'ifefiMf ftad
its way into our columns au(!tfr, tbejpersarol
the mothers and daughters ef the amf. Depre
cating the demoralizing ientatiBsjLlMif'&any
contemporary Journals, we thaTl lese
choracteriitriring to giro the'rtaderjsdbstaatw
matter, preferring te be useful ratfcor IInm
ensational.
Decisions of the Supremo
Court. '
In view o thefneseMiites fth!eiafl&M
sien. and tbo general puateret4slog
to the many new- questfes earning; beferBj esr
Judicial trlbunalsww)lftnbl ojl e Im
portant deolSels of ffirJ-ffesK OWtfcWB
omcial ioScm, whleh oy Wfm as
enllrsly tfuftwsrtiiy. ; ..
HEDUCTION OF R!TES
We are gratified at being able to otata.ihit
the very large increase in tie nuasta ot or
Daffy aad Tri-Weekly Vjeriler enaWeT to
redaee thprieof subripUoa to those oditioM
We do a the mere eheerfaliy beeauw the neeet
sities of the people, ia the impevefkhed ooadl
Uon of osr stricken leetien, requires neh oos
cessions as eon be reossaohly made in- thekh
terests. From and after tt lt Jatmary.liMM
fore, our. ' ' '! ' M
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We earnestly appeal to eur frfesds to afcl
la extending our circulation; and is thereby 1b
crejjing our means of nsafiilnew. A copy of tie
taper will be sent tratuitoauy to any one send
ui ten ssbtcrlbers to eitherof th edition.;
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