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1 INAX 1AL. INTELLIGENCE.
Pull Ukiok Ofrici, J
NaBhTille, March 26, lboo. J
At coon to-day gold was reported very
irngular in New York, the ruling jirioe
Li iiig 1 20) , which was not Jitr from that of
: atuniny. Until the jirccious rneta'.s reach
thi ir lToj er level, the general markets will
be vt-ry unsteady. Therein no jiroPft of
h rise, but there are reasons to believe that
it will go lower, as the deiuuud in sot great,
acid riviite jisrties who have been hoarding
I t tu years, are low anxious to realize ;
besides, the money interest oa the ublic
del.l, amounting to J22,OU(t,0()U, will 8ud be
)ni l, which will more than aupply the de
maud for the next two months.
Imports of Hreadfeltills to tirrnt IS r it -
ain and Ireland.
'1 he f ;!Wwir? nhows the x ports totir.'at HriUin
ab'i lu iKCd. l tl.ui, v tieat and com, hum .ei
1. m!w-r 1, l', to .Mvreh IfjU, hii1 Ki three -ie-iou-
Flour, t !iht,
1 nil. bu-tu
'!o fttxut satni-ptnod
i?m lio.tM l,l'.i;:,'.it;:
To hi- .lit iuh' feriod
1-. . BtS.lt. 1,.Vi'.,ii71
'JoHUMit Hine rtod
1-M C7,7 ! ts'HH.Kl".
'1 o niHul Aliie pel tod
Kroin Nv ik to
Mrt h 1", lf'
Kfeili CthT .'lt lo
2, '', a 7,1 t.l,n.i
Total 4. 077
'i ul.;ii( none nod
tl.b! 41 t'U
'li.nl.ul iblue pvtli'd
i.i.i i,7 i:i,ts ; 14i,:te tvn:i
'I .. hI. t.t rHtne 1M-1 10(1
'.II V2 14 t, ,44 1,0'H
Exports Irom New York.
The f. lii.irf will pIu.w the eilns, ex.-lun ve
ol ryn i", troin Ni w lorn Ioluien;n n rt., h.r the
h en.iiut; March t!i, and i nice ibe U niuuii K -1
ll.e I- :
lsi;4. lh..5. ISO.
l .,r the week $i.:l-i.l4 f:i.:.7 ! lS.r...2'-7
I n ? report -d '.Ktt.oa 4-.!44.74H 4 .,7.4.ai
Jan. 1 V iJ.4.a li.ii t l7..rjl7,W'S ,7tl,717
'I lie exports of domestic l.rodQce for the
week iiielu.le 3.", Clin pounds beeswax, 21.S-4
l.rM wheat llour, 1 ,MiS brls com metil, 4,300
I. ii -lieU wheat, 2,412 do rye, 7.G? do oula,
l.ou; peat, 63,1124 do corn, l.KOS pkgs im
lle., I,MII tuns coal, 15, USi bales cottou, 5nl
do lAiv, 1 do hops, 312 brls i-pinls turpen
tine, t'.l'4'J bils losin, Th'.'.lo tur,22i do pitch,
411 paliona p.erm oil, 4H3 do lard oil, S do
liiified oil, 4111,270 do petroleum, 3,411". brls
p..rk, 2, I'M '1" ''e'l, 330 Us do, .0M,5iit lhs
cut meats, 3'.l,325 do butter, 12,23fi do rhee.e,
b.'. 14.' do lard, 13i brls nee, 4t.i,4r-2 lb tal
low, lilols and ytil other pkga crude to-bii-co,
:'.4,4t'&lbs iiinnuluclured tobacco.
Mr. Win. P.Wright gives the following
tdiiteioeiil of the movement of Cotton at the
b.ppl!; ports, since the first of September
Receipts at the ports of the l iiited StHte,
1 n, ,1)110 bleM export tol:ieat liriiiun, 7i:(l,
oi.ii Imles export to Kraiice, HO.I tMi bales;
, vp..tt lo other leleij'll poriK, 3ti,OU0 bales;
t.o .1 export, h-',oeo hsU; t-loca on bittnl,
li.-j.ot'O tml.-s. Ot which during tho par-t
w.'.k included iu the above: lUcipts at the
i i rt-, 5,t'ini bates: e x .oi t.s to t. real Britain,
u bales: exports to r ranee, nine;
its to other loreign polls,
. xporls, 41,noi' buns.
Ni vc ioiL lry t.uuils Auction Sides.
Ti 1.S1.A i , March 111.
i,v aii'ts. Hiu.iuiv t n -4 aos,.
'I h.s was a apecml Mile of BrilLsh, I'rench
I .. rniU itiess goons, in no- 1 mpor 1111 ion
1 he ot!. I
i able 1
S illiam lo'Uli iter A to., nits, .ve.
included iniiny new an. I ilesi-
.1 dress lain .cs, ami was aueu.i-
. i I..- . l.r.'e and .1
ll lted r.illlJ'HllV. 1 Hers
I,. I i lii.ii e K
..la were well l.ia i in h i neu .
tine Madras balidkelcblelH
iiits; Walter uiniis r.uy.lisii
ma.i.ter prints, I
14 laf. I'"'; 4 4 ii i n. t.ter pi ilis,
li i ..c; 4 4 pur4.l1
4 puri'le lo, iw.-ji.t."-. ' " "o,
; nb.rt.ni! do, I'lc; exua one o.h oo,
I ..re I' II1IMI!I1K, .-.;o,i , u ok
I. .1,1 tWist b, 21CT -''
.1 , tx'. .(.t.2oc; black
.did cbcea tiiiiacow
and white do, lb .'.,;
.1.. '..-..i. I, .h. 22.'1(.i.2
,.lld cheek Scoli Il
.1... ' i.i.2n'.-c; "
1 r lane v do 2i I.i31c; ex -
l,a hi,, a and while, 2 ; Ooumo
I'luil.evre.l io h; ' " .." ,
,.; 4 4 Turkey re.i calico. 2.i ' at.i, -'jc;
M,. atllbi'llles, 2.1 -ac; niaea aim uur
' 1 ... . n , I ... 1.1.. .1 1
-r 1 checks, 10 '.,,. ooui.ie luiu
V .. . 1 vui .:,l.i-: 54 In. -h
II li e, I l.illiii"'"l"'i '-v" ' ,
tauiart.ue, 4-U'1'" l,1,Vk n.ohii.r alpaca,
1 : t "
liuer d', Ji't.".-, "i ei . 1 ji
dored alpaca, 3.ai 42c; I'aria, all
...I ..l.in mousse
line de liiines, .v.'t t.U.'.c;
1 .tinted .to. '.'' " ' '
,.t oicoiieis, iMo-'Oc; plain colored laWLB,
' ' m'oiir'nini! d-. Iv; l,f0 quality prinl-
hcoUi'Is 2j'ac; ly-inclia 1 b.i icii coioi e.l
It de soi's. 4-1 IH ' li- 111,11 foulards,
dil OO; 20 inch heavy fcroa Kraiu. jl S..;
do, t'-i 00; -mi'ii ?- .a.n .1.5;
i. h l-volis black lalHM.ts, fi .vi..; ..
do, 1 00; 30-iuch do, Jl 04; 32 ludi
M-.ncl. do. i f;:; inc.. u i, ? 1
...n.-h do. i2 l'2'v. 2" inch drab de
il 52 Vv' ;
.ii) inch Uo, 1
.v x .us. II MVKOIN
us a uocnt 4 mos.
Ibe caialegue to-day included woolens,
tailoring p 00.1s, hosiery, Ac. Emeu goods
..-nera.iv brought od prices. A hue ol
l-.atk cloths also aoid at some improvement
ah .ve leceut sales, v.eiilemeu's lurni.liing
t-,...l were in active demand, and liiauy
fc.i.ds were lieelv duplieated. Imitation
lrki.s,.ii nl.-eia's sold at 30c ; children's
l.n. l. . hecks. 27c; mohair ccalings, 34c; low
nii.iliiv Italian elolb, 2Tc; black Mueeu a
: I.,'.-...-; bullish drap d ele, t.c: ti-iuch
b ark 1 vona declnue, i 2 27 jC; hue cash
mere 1-siuiKS. 2 no, duck O'Hl iif, 4Uc;
.ri."Uy lumar uii ls, 32c. t-pauisl. horn,
,4. I. ' .'; -inch Barus ev duck codings.
41.-, t. t.o r-rcwu dulls, 32'ac; lsiicy liueus,
.vie; tilsck and while Uoul le and Iwi.i
elite Led i a.aiineies, ,t-; Mack aatinela 72c:
:! 4 lai.'y mixed coutiECs.JJ 10; an per diag
onal c.oineres, M lo2 -0; hue black
i loil.c J2 20i.t3 42',; mixed tric..ts,;3 mo
,-r gru.n de p..uorr, f .t Ziito,,, .
rrovisio" 4 irrular.
I'niLLip's l'aovisn.x Pvi u.ii.r, )
I ixcis.vart, March 2j. J
The return of the lota! packing of hogs
iti the est has finally Ikm-u reudered, w it ii -
..it. however, prvHluciiig a:iv very great
at-ns.ttiou. '"'e resuil proved greater than
ua eueral'v aulicipaled, aud il it had any
ei'. .-,1 ou the luarLel at all, it rather de
prea.ed it, though it is 41 percent, leaa than
ibe pa k ,ng el two years a.;o,w bich was cue
vl the inoi prosperous years the trade ever
raw. 1 'he re-ull if l.V.4,7 10 ol equal ever
te wuh lat year s culling, which was
2,4. showing a deficiency of 4' fi,ocvas
i. gar la weight. The nuuibrr at ho;-s , .jt
ll.is season waa l,St'.3,474: last atasou 2,4j1,
( ls, and in Itli and 1M'.4, 3,32..,(4, thus
ahow.Ljr that we have rut but luilo i,,.r
one ba.t the numlxT tins season that we
.!..! in 1U and l';4. The provision trade
lm been completely demeraiied during
n. .st .1 the week past, and limber declines
bate laaeu place in all arliclea. Eastern
n.ui .ets are relatively lower than ours, and
when any advance bskea place m Europe,
there baa been sufficient decline in gold be
1 ie it is kn.'Wu here, to encounter us inllu-
nee. Eaily in thewek lard seemed to be
the lancy ailicle, but the wants of buyers
were soon supplied and it auou declined
u.-uni. t.aier in ine n me run was on
b ilk std.-s, w Inch continues t i x,.-l to ton
exient jel. Aleas pork baa dragged during
the wboit) weea, siij ei aea very dull, wun
more sellers than boyors at $2j 00 lor city
and choice country, though many packers
have drawn cut of tho market acd retuse
to aell unt.l later in the seaaen, while others
baliave that 11 will go to $2(1 On, and preler to
unload. 1 rime mess and rump remain nom
inal and in l.uute i supply. Lard at the be
sT'bnn.fol ibe week was held firmly at ls',e
lor prune c.'.y ,ih aome sales, but the d.
mai,j aooii audit relapsed lo 1 Sale
t ur,- i:al7.V. Ibe loaer gradva al-
traded but little attention. Head is offer
ed at 17al7Jic in old and new fackages,
without buyers. Gut nominal at 10l2c.
Greases sre dull at HJi'c to 15c for brown to
white. Laeon also ha been very dull, with
largo oficrinES at further declines. The
tales Lave been in small lots market
closing el 13, lSJc and lfic packed for
f boulders, tide, clear rib and clear sides.
Hams unchanged and quiet at 19c to 2e f"r
plain, and 21c to 23c lor sugar cure Bulk
meats, except sides, are neglected rnd
lower. Shoulders have been cold at H'c
packed, and would hardly bring more cow,
though JjC more is naked. Side have not
advanced since my last, though from the
demand for them tnat has exUied for the
last few days they are held higher, yet any
advance on present prices would probably
check this demand. I quote rib at 13c;
clear rib at 13?ic, and clear at 14)ic loose;
these are the buying prices sellers gener
ally ak ia more. Plain hams, lfic, packed.
Whibky quiet at $2 2i free, and 2ic bond.
Exports of the week were 3,C0l tea lard, 463
kets.647 hhds, 467 tcs bacon, 447 brls pork,
100 bxs and 33,600 Jbs. Freights unchanged,
55c, 60c, 65c and 70c to Baltimore, Philadel
phia, Sew York and Boston. Exchange par
to 50 1,000 premium.
Gko. W. Phillips, Jr ,
Provision and Produce Broker.
Cen. Thomas' Keport.
We publish this morning what pur
ports to le the testimony in full of
lien Geo. II. Thomas, the commander
of the military division to which the
State of Mississippi i assigned. It will
be read with astonishment, no less on
account of the astounding develop
ments (socalled) which be professes
to make, than from the assertion that
Mississippi is the least loyal of all the
States of his department.
That there are bad men in Mississip
pi that some of them have got into
prominent places, and by their unprin
cipled and unscrupulous course, have
professed to represent our people, is
most true. That men who had sought
the protection of the United Sutes
government to preserve them and their
property from the demands of the late
Confederate government, have now un
dertaken the leadership of a new cru
sade against the powers at Washington,
after the honored leaders of the "con
quered banner" had yielded to tho in
evitable decrees of late may also be
true. But the people are right the
noble and war-worn veterans of the ar
mies of the South are right they have
taken the amnesty oath, and they in
tend to observe it. We tell General
Thomas that where one Confederate
soldier is heard expressing his hostility
to the government, there are thousands
who are ready to support the govern
ment if the government does justice to
them. If there are men in the South
who are not loyal if there are any
plotting against the government, is not
the United States powerful enough to
punish f.cm, and not punish a whole
people for the misdeeds of a few?
We had frequent interviews with
(Jen. Thomas, during his late visit to
this State, aud while we knew he was
not satisfied with the course, of some of
our politicians, we had believed from
his course as a military commander
since that time, in the redaction of the
forces aud the relief of many portions
of the State from military control, be
had become satit iied that public senti
ment, at least, was right e are truly
glad to read, however, that he does not
entirely mistrust tue laiiuiumeas 01 an
our people, for in the conclusion of his
testimony, he said he knew of men
heretofore engaged in tho rebellion
who bad become good citizens of the
United States, and by their quietness
aud industry had given a good example
to others in the South.
There is much for reflection in the
reports of General Thomas. If there
is a man in the State, guilty in manner
and form as charged, he is convicted ol
the deeper aud more damning crime of
entailing upon his fellow-cit'zens all
the evils they now endure. We envy
no such man. Call a man a "Yankee"
call him an "Abolitionist" call him
all the opprobrious epithets which the
vocabulary of abupe can furnish he
will still be respectable iu compaiison
with such a man. When the good and
true of the South who have been labor
ing for tho past eight months to have
our States restored to their original
rights in the Union, return to their
homes, and tell the people that there
is a faction at homo small in numbers,
it may bo true, but whose inllucnce
bad been greatly magnified by our ene
mies which is holding over us all the
evils of which wo complain, then will
Southern people open their eyes. Then
will they pppreciate that the reckless
revolutionists and fanatics of either
section, are not their friends ; but their
only friends are those who counsel mod
eration aud forbearance, who seek
peace and quietude at any sacrifice ex
cept that of principle, and who looking
to tho future with hope, leave the pat t
to memorv alone. the testimony of
General Thomas, whosrt inlluence is
powerful, is agaiust us It can only be
counteracted by correcting his impres
sions, and proving them incorrect.
Upon the pople themselves lies mat
responsibility. nwnrj ''
Humored Escape of Stephens front
Ireland - Koinantif Story.
The Daily News has advices from its
Dublin correspondents to tlio ellect
that James Stephens, the Irish Head
Centre, succeeded in making his es
cape from Ireland on the -Ha mat, aud
that be sailed either for this country or
France. By reference to our foreign
news it will be seen that the report wa
discredited by the J.nghsh authorities.
The way in which the escape is said
to have been effected is thus described
On Sunday evening last, about tU
o'clock, just as the shadows of night
were falling over Dublin, a handsomely
appointed open carriage, containing
five persons and driven by four dash
ing horse, two of which were bestrid-
deu by postillions, drew up before a
second class hotel in one of our best
street, not a quarter of a mile from
the General TosH Jillco. The occupants
of the carriage were quickly joined by
a sixth person, a compart; muscularly
built man, with fair beard and piercing
eyes, and the whole party then drove
oil' at a moderate pace through the
heart oil' the city, up Sackviile street
along the highway leading northward
from tho city, past the spot where
Clarke, the suspected lnlormer, met hi
doom, and then onward at lull gallop
the horsea heads still turned to the
north, while their hoofs spumed the
earth with rapid motion as they tore
along from the city suburbs towards
Drogheda. 1 ho lamps were glimmer
ing through the darkness that over
spread Dublin as James Stephens for
Stephens it wm who last stepped into
the carriage turned his back on the
City of the Dale. Hundreds of clever
men, as he well knew, were cngoged
within it, striving to discover a means
of earning the reward placed upon his
head, in castle yard aud detective ot
fioe, anil police station, the minions
of the Government were torturing
their brains in the endeavor to ligh
on some clue which might lea l them
to the discovery of the arch-conspira
tor, and, what was of far more import
line, within uie tssus lUeit, tiov-
ernment oiiiciais, uign in rank, were
del. berating as to the value to tie at
tached to tue lniormalion, which some
traitor had brought there a day before
that dames Me vets was about to tempt
his late ivy endeavoring to quit Ireland.
But of this last fact Stevens and his
friends were ignorant. They not know
that the authorities were on the scent,
and that the work ol searching vessel:
outward hound iroia the Irish coast
had already coaimenced. t'posiiion
ta their plans they expected jnne, but
a moderate amount ol it tluty were pre
pared to face. The occupants of the
carriage (Irish-Americans all except
Mepuen) were each ol them well tup
plied with revolvers. ne of them car
ried as many as four of these formida
ble weapons in his belt, and the out
riders, loth good r emails, were alao
armed to the teeth. Had a score of
lolict men crossed their path that night
1 am inclined to think Stevens and in
party would have been able to give
good account of them. Fortunately
tor all parties, however, no necessity
mr resorting to these deeperate extrem
ities arose, and Su-vens with his com
paii'aii reached the end of their laud
joui in-;, a eainiy t uve annul ball a mile
distai. t Iiom Skerries, iu perfect safetv
. . . . I,. .i
aooui iv ocioca. serrin is a pic-
iurcque nine lisiaicg village on this
coast, some od miles north of Dublin.
Here they speedily ellected communi
cation tarough the medium of a fishing
ruack with the vessel which was lying
to a short distance seaward, and which
had been engaged for the work of ml.
ing Stevens off and before davbrak
Stevens was far at sea beyond the row
er and jurisdiction of the enemies wLo
thirsted so ardently for Lis captura
The Lark which carried "Ctesar and bis
fortunes" was a sailing vessel, and ber
coursp, after leaving the Irish shore,
waa steered for "the sunny land of
France." Stevens, I may add, left Ire
land unaccompanied by any of those
who bad escorted him from Dublin, the
whole of whom drove back to this city
on Sunday night
Deaderlck aud Uoioa Streets.
AlJ have the atvautne that reliable Steam Pow
gives, fjr turning out work raf idly, aud
Laving receuliy made large additions
to our already extensive stock of
Printing Material, we are now
prepared to execute,; at
abort notice, and on rea
sonable terms, every
PLAIN AND FANCY
Kallroad, Steamboat, land Commercial
Bill-Heads, Theatre, Show, Concert
and Kallroad Tickets,
Theatre, Show and Concert Posters
Dills of Fare for Hotels and Restart
Steamboat Manifests, Bills of Lading,
Dray Tickets, Druggists' Labels,
LETTER-HEADS. LIW BLANKS, Ac., Id
State, County & Corporation
rilNK if SUORTF-dT NOTICE.
We respectfully invite a liberal patron
go, knowing that our sivle of workmsn-
t-u p canni t be excelled, or our terms com
Strayed or Stolen
JKOM the autw-ntw on tha 15th inst, one light
bv Hurat Mule, 14 handa a locne hluh. bar
ueaa marked cn loth m, mane tnmiued and
nou -h.t, aor oa ballv caused b llT.h, l ,k
rat reaard for h'a recover, or ma.i-mat..
i thereio. A.Jareaa fuUitl.
marA-l c. W, ROBERTSON.
PUKE AJiD FOIK YEARS OLD.
FOR THE C0M3IU5I0N TABLE
ASD FAHILT USE.
Prescribed by Physicians for Females
; Weakly Persons and Invalids.
Excellent Wise for Females.
Every Family at this season should nee
BAMBERG PORT WISE.
Celebrated in Europe for its medicinal and bene
ficial qualities, hiehly esteemed by eminent phy
siciana, used in European acd American Hospitals,
and by aome of the first families in Europe and
AS A TOXIC
It has no equal, causing an appetite and building
up the system, being entirely a pure wine of a
inoai valuable grape.
AS A DIURETIC
It imparts healthy action of the glands, kidneys
and urinary organs, verj benehcial in dropsy, gout
nd rheumatic arleeuoris.
Is a pure article from the tuice of the lort Grape,
poaaeasing medical prcpertiea superior to any oih.
er wine in use, and an excellent ar.icle for all weak:
and debilitated persons, and the aged and infirm,
improving the appetite, and benefiuing ladies and
- Try it ODit and you will not be deceived.
a4r Be sure the siguature of Aured Mpeer is over
the cork of each bottie.
awuSold by W. J. 0. W. SW1TH, Nashville,
who also sell the CASTELLA fURT BRAfiM, a
choice old article, imported only by Mr. Upeer, di
rect from Oporto.
Blhe trade supplied byR. A. K03IMSON 4 C ).
Louisvil e, Ky., and by all wholesale dealers in
New York-, Pniladelphi, Cincinnati and bt. Louis,
and by A. bPEKR, at his Vineyard, New Jersey. .
Principal Oflice, No. 208, Broadway,
dec21-th tu i sat and w eow.ly
In Chancery at McMinnville, Tenn.
KinacABr Rctrs, 18C8.
J. D. Goodpasture, complainant,
The Widow and Heirs of S. Greenhalgh, dee'd.
IN this cause, it appearing to the Clerk and Mas.
ter that the wiaow ol a. Ureenhalgh, dee'd, Mary
UreenlMlgh, James tireentialgh, aud Juua Ureen
balgh, heirs ot a. (ireenhaigb, aeceased, are
ni. -residents ol" the Stats ot Tencesaae, so that the
ordinary process- ol law cannot be aerved upon
It is therefore ordered that publication be made
for four sucee-saive weeks, in the Nashville Weekly
Union, a newauauer published in the city of Nash
ville, Tennessee, requiring saiu deendsius to ap
pear on the firs diiyof our next Court, to be held
at McMinnville, on the 4th Monday in March, IHCIi,
to an.-wer complainants' bill, or the same will be
t ken lor conteoaed and aet for hearing ezparte as
tolliem. J. jr. MUKl'OKt', c. at M.
leblo-w4t By J C. biuts, I), a
In Chancery at McMinnville, Tenn.
EiBBEABT Bulks, lSt5.
Cyrus Billing'ly Adm'r, and others, complainants,
Abijah Crane, Moses Poore an 1 wife Parilla Poore,
Moore and Elizabeth Moore, and the heirs
of K'jsaell Crane, whose residence u unknown,
and ether, defendants.
IN this cause it appearing to the Clerk and Mas
ter that the ab-ve named defendants are non-reci-
dents of the Mate of 1 ennessee, so that the ordi
nary process of law cannot ba served upon them i
It is tberelore ordered that publication be made
!or lour consecutive weeica, in the ftnchviiie union,
a newspaper publithcd in the ci.y of Nahvdle, Ten-
ne.se, r quiring; said defeadania to appear on the
flint dy of next Court, to 1 held at the courthouse
in Mi-.Minnville. on the fourth Monday in March,
lSbti ihen and there to plead, answer or demur to
complainant's Hill, or the name will tie taken tor
conleeseil as to them, ant pet for hearing ex
parte. J. F. MORr OKL, C. A M.
liblO 4iw By J. C, Biles, it. C
1 n Chancery at Charlotte.
Sarah J. Walker,
Lewis RoMhell and Joseph Phil ips.
IT appealing to the satisfaction of the Clerk and
Maater that the detenuaota, Lieaia Koaheil and JO'
sepb Phillips, are non reaiuents of the bta'e of Ten.
neasee, so that tae ordinary process of law cannot
tie served upon them: It is therefore ordered that
nnDhcaiion be m-de. for fonr successive weeks.
the Nashville Union, ordering said non-ie.-ite'cni de
fendants to apyear at the next term of said Court,
to I held iu the Oourt.bonse, at Charlotte, on the
3d Mouday in March, lacti, to plead, answer or do
mur to said bill, or the same will be taken for con-
leased, and set lor hearing exparte.
feWl w R. M BALDWIN, C AM
Iu Chancery at McMinnviile.
FEBRUARY RULES, I860.
J ana .1 ones, com nlaisant. 1
va Petition for Divorce.
Benjamin Jones, defendant. J
IT appearing to the satisfaction of the Clerk and
Maater, from aflidatit, tfiat defendant Jones is a
non-resident of the State of Tennessee, so that the
ordinary process of law cannot be aerved on him:
It is therefore ordered that publication be made for
lour consecutive weeks, in me rta-nvine union, a
newspaper published in the ;ity of Nashville, Ten-
neaaee, requiring said defendant to ap.earon the
nrit day oi onr next ixwrt, to be heiu at McMinn
ville, on the 4th Monday in March, IM). to ple:id,
anwer or demur to complainant's bill, or the same
will be taken lor contested, as to him, and set for
hearing exparte. J. K. MOKFORL), C. M.
Iec24 wtl By J. C. Biles, D. C.
In Smith County Circuit Court
October Rules. In Clerks OUice, February 24, 16fi,
Thomas M Hughes, ")
vs V Bill foi Divorce.
Martha Jane Hughes. )
ON motion of complainant's solicitor in thii cause,
it apKanng to the satisfaction of the Clerk, on affi
davit, that defendant is a non-resident of Tennessee
It is therefore ordered that notice ba given by piib
lica'iou in the Nashville Union, a newspaper pub-
liatiea in the city of Nashville, Tennea ee, tour sue
ceaaive weeks, requiring said Martha Jane Hughes
to appear before the next Circuit Court of Bmith
county, 1 ennessee, setting at the court nouse in
Carthaue, on the 4lh Monday in March next, 18Kj.
then and there to plead, dtmur or anawar to com.
piainaut a bill, or the aauie will Ds taken Tor con
leaaea and set down for heading exparte, as to her.
WM. J. CLEVKLAND, Clerk,
telrt wit per J. P: WiLaiMsoa, l. C.
In Chancery at McMinnville.
FEBRUARY RULES, 1800.
Lewis Faulkner, and others, complainants,
vs r O. Hill.
The heirs of John Cookey, their names unknown,
MAty Cobb and her childrf n,their namea unknown
to complainant, Isaac Cookey, Richard Cookey,
aud Jun Webb and bis wile, Ann, formerly Ann
C jokey, defendants.
IT apoesrine to the saf isfactioa of the Clerk and
Maater, trom affidavit, that the aliove named de
fendant are non residents ot the Htate cf Tennes
see, ao that the ord.nary pr.ce-s of law cannot be
served npon them- It la tberefnieorde'ed,tLatpub
licatioa be maue, I ir four concecutive weeks, in the
Nahv.l!e Union, a newspaper published in the city
ol Nashville, requiring aa.d delendanls to appear
on the first da of our next Court, to held at Me
Mmnvills, on the 4th Mon lay in March, 1M6, to
p eal, answer or demur lo complainants' hill, or the
aaoie will be taken for confessed, as to them, and
set for hearing exparte.
J. F. MORFORD, O. A M.
feb? w4C By J. C. Ban, b. 3.
Ia Chancery at McMinnville.
FEBRUARY RULES, 1865.
Caroline Towlee and Salhe N. Gihba, eomplainanta,
vs. I'abn Kosch. Uennelu Roach, Joaephine
Koach, and Charles boach, defendants.
IN this cauae it appearing to (he satisfaction of
the Clerk aad Maater, from arBdavit, thai the atove
named defendants are non-residents of the btale of
Tennessee, so that the ordinary process of law can
not be aerved oa them: It ia therefore ordered that
publication be maae, for four consecuuve weeks,
in the Nashville t'mon. a Newsuaner nutil shed in
theciiyol" Nashville, TeuneapeA, requiring tlie said
defendants to aiiear on the firt dv ol our next
Court, to b hei.i at M.-Mionville, on the 4in Mon
day m March, is, to plead, answer or demur lo
complainant' b If, or the name w II be taken for con
feaed, as to them, and set Kr bearing exuarte.-
i. . MtlKKOhl, C, M.
feb21-w4l' By J. C. BiLaa, D. C.
In Chancery at McMinnville, Tenn.
Fxsaraav Rnta, 1868.
A. W. Brewer, complainant.
va. i lnj. h.il.
I N this cause, it spoearng to the satisfaction of
1 the Clera and Mauler, irom complainant's fill.
bich M sworn to, that ahred Wa eon. one of the
de'eii.lanta, is a noB-iw-ideot of the Mate of Tee.
oessee, so that the ordinary pro-ess ot law caneot
be served upon him : It ia "therefore ordered that
puhtn-ation I made, for loar 1-nn.4Acut.ve wek. in
the Nahv lle Union, a ne.awarer oaNi-hed in the
cuy 01 janvuie, requiring aa.d delendaul to appear
on the nral day of our m-xi iin of Court, to he
r.eia in tneiown 01 mcm nnvii e, TennetMee, on tbe
fi.urth Monday In Mwi nxt. 10 r.ieal. answer or
demur lo complainant's Bill, or Ihe same will l
laKen for eoultsed, as to him, and et for hearing
ex i-ane. J. F. Mi'RKOKD. C. A M.
Iebl-w4; By J. C. Biles, li. C
In Chancery at McMinnville, Tenn.
Frsaraav Reus, lstlfi.
Cyrus Billmgsly aad Isaac Pluoilte, Adm'r.
M P. Crane. h5e whereabouts is unknown.
IN Wus cair-, it aprearirc to the Clerk and Mas
ter, from aSdavit, that the above earned de'ea
dant's wherea'-ocui is nnknowa : It ia therefore
ordered that pub icaiim be ma.te fbr foor SQocee
aive weeks, m ure Naabviile Union, a Bewspaper
puh'iabed ia tbe city of Nashville, Tenoeeseei, re
qoinBg tbe aaid defendaat 10 a r near on the first
uayof our next Court, to he held at McMmnvilie
on the fourth Monday in March, 1866, then and
there to piead, answer or demur to complainant s
bill, or tbe same will be taken for confessed agamat
him and set for bearing ex parte.
i. . MORTORD. C. M.
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FEbKUAKT RI LES, 1.
F. K. Bell and W. T. White, Ex'ra of Wm. WhiU,
H. M. Wutterson.
IT appearing lo the aitisfaction of the Clerk and
Mister, from affidavit, that tbe defendant, H. M.
Wauersoo, la not ja n's.deat of the Stale of Tea-
it is therefor ordered that Buhiicabnn he m.4
for tour consecutive weeks in ih Naehville Union,
a nearapaix-r Buulhed in thecity of Nashville, re
quiring Uie aad defendant lo appear oa the first
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1866. then and there to plead, answer or demur to
complainant's bell or the same w II be taken for
conlessee! against him aad net for hearing ex pane.
J. F. WoRKuRli, CAM.
tbl-wtt By J. C, bum, C, ft
GR71AT SALE OP
0SE MILLION DOLLARS' "WORTH
TO B DISPOSED OF AT
One Xollar Each
Without regard to Value 1 Not to be paid
tor until you know what you are
Splendid List of Articles! All to be
sold at One Hollar Each I
30 Musical Boxes ...$ju to (150 each.
150 do do with Bells and
Cauceui 300 do 600 do
500 Silver Teapots and Cofle Urns HO do 6i do
sou de Channg uishea so to loo do
luui) do lee Pitcners iu to b do
voUU do ByrupcupswitbSalvere 0 to 60 do
6uoU do Goblets and Drinking
Cups- 6 to 6 do
SOW do Cailera 15 to 60 do
feu) do Fruit, Card and Cake
baskets 20 to 60 do
6000 Dos. bilverTes Spoons 10 to 20 do.
IOuuO do do Table Spoons and
Forks SO to 40 do
250 Gents' Gold Hunting Case
Watches :. . 60 to lod each
250 Ladies' Gold and Enameled
Hunting-Case Watches 35 to 70 do
600 Genu' xlunUng-Cise Silver
Watches 35 to 70
SCO I iamond King )..... 60 to lot
Etna) Gold Vest and Neck Chains. . 4 to
Sikiu " Oval Band Bracelets....- 4 to
5ouu Jet and Gold Bracelets .. 6 to
zuou Cb&teiaine Chains and Guard
Chains 5 lo
7'XX Soliuire and "Sold Brooches. 4 to
6ooo Cor.d, Opal and Emerald
Brooches 4 lo
6000 Mosaic, Jet, Lav and Flo
rentine Eat Drops 4 to
7E00 Coral, Opal and Emerald Ear
Drops..., 4 Jo
4000 Calilorma .Diamond breast
pins... 60 to
SoOO Gold Fob and Vest Watch
keys z&O to
40no Foband Vest Ribbon-Slides.- 3 to
&UU0 Bets Uolitaire bleeve-buttona,
Studs, 4c S to
SOW 6o!d Thimbles, Pencils, Ac. 4 to
loon) Miniature Lockets...- S 60 to
4ooo do Lockets, Magic
Spring 10 lo
3000 Gold toothpicks, crosses, Ac. x to
6ww Plain Gold Kings ... 4 u
Eou) Cbased Gold hi ngs 4 to
looou btone Set and Signet Rings. 2 60 to
lonuo Calilornia Diamond Rings.... 2 to
7000 seta Ladies' Jewelry Jet aad
60OO Sets Ladies' Jewelry Cameo,
Pearl, Opal A other Stones..
1000 Gold fens, Silver Kxtenaion
Holders and Pencils
10O00 Gold Pens aud G.ld Mount
ed flolaeis 6 to
5000 Gold Pens and Gold Exten
sion Holders 15 to 25 do
6000 Ladies' GUt and Jet buckles. 5 to 15 do
60UO do do do Hair Bars
and Balls ... j to 10 do
AHKAIUALH CO Manufacturers' Agents,
No. 1C7 Broadwav. New York.
Announce thai all of the above listol goods will be
sold lor One lxAlar eacb.
In con.equence of the great stagnation of trade
iu uie uiauuinc.unng uisincts 01 n.ngiand, through
, iicai ub.iiikvuiiiu tue aupp.y 01 eolton, a laxgi
Quiiuuiyoi vaiuauie jewe.rv. oriaina v ntn,i.i
lor the Unglifh ma'ket, Jiaa'been sent of! for sale
in mis couniry, aiw must ttt soid at nnysaennee! Un
aer tnese circumstances. AKKANUai.li; A CO.. ai t-
ing as agents for ihe principal European Manuiac-
turera, tain reaoiveu upon a great tyift Apportion
ment to be divided according to tiie loilowuig rtgu-
Ceiuficates of the various articles are pnt into en
velopes ladiscnminateiy, sealed up, aud when 01
dered, are taken out without regaro to choice, and
sent by mail, thus ahowiug no lavoritiam. on re-
receipt 01 the certificate, you will see what you are
to nave, ana men 11 is si your option to tend the
dollar and tike Ihe article or not. Pun-hater may
thus olrtain a Gold Wau h, li.amond King, or uuy
aei o. tfuweu r on our uat air une iiollar.
Send 25 CcnU for Certlflcate.
In all transactions by mail, we shall ctarge for
forwarding the CeruticaUia, paying poniae and
doing the business, cents each, which niu.st te
enciosea When the certittcate is sent for. i- ive Cer
tibcates will be sent for $1, eleven for il, thirty for
o, aiji.j-u.e tor iu , one uunurea lor ai.
What the "Press" say of Us.
Guat Girt Distbuutiok.- A rare opportunity is
onerta lor o taming wnu-nta, cnan a, aiamona
nug', silverware, etc , I y Aleaars. Arrandale A Co.,
at No. 107 Broadaay. They have an imteense stock
of ait cles, varying in value, and all are ottered at
one dollar each, ihe distribution is very fairly
done you agree to take a certificateof a certa n ar
ticle, enclosed in an envelope, and not required to
pay your di.llar unless you are etiustled wun the ar
ticle, whicn will certainly be worth uiore than that
amount, and may telt oorflno. An excellent nu.. la
thia 01 investing a dollar. Sunday Junes, H. J'. ti,
rtoruary in, iauo.
Meaera. Airandale A Co. have long been person
ally known to us, and we believe them to tie very
worthy 01 puniic confidence. -t. 1. bajttizh Amcr.
Jour, June 11, lhA.
We have inspected, at the office of Arrandale
Co. 's Agency for European Muuufwliinng Jewel
lers, a large assortment of fashionable and valuable
jewelry ol the newest patterns. We also noticed a
large quantity of silver plate, and understand that
the whole of these newly imported articles are to be
disposed of on a novel prifciple, giving grtat ad
vantages to buyers, and atfordmg extensive em
ployment to agents. We know lh firm in question
to tie very re.-pectab'e and thoroughly worthy of
public coutidance, and recommend our tru-iivia to
read ilo.r advertisement. A. 1". Allium, ityfem
tr3,l4. By Messrs. Arrandale & Co.'s arrangement, the
advantages must lie on the side of tin. ciii.iiir,
for he has everything to gain and nothing compar
auvely to lose. Be anowa what he will get fur his
dollar beforehand, and he need not send 1! if he 13
not aatibhed. X. I". Weekly Xews, Aug. 6, 18o4.
EnpuivatsT roa Lambs. The moat eligible and
profitable employment we have beard of lor lni.es
u ihe fa.8 of certificates for the Great G ft Lixtribu
tion of Arrandale a Co A ladf of our acqiuimancw
has been very successful in this way, not only Iu
tilling ber own purse, but also in dome a good turn
to those to whom she sold the Certificates, aa mill
be seen b? our adverti-ioir columns. Gentlemen
Can aiso be thus engged. X 1 . Sumlay Men-urn,
August 14, ISrA.
in our columns the reader will find an adveriiae
ment of Arrandale A Co.'s Gilt listribiiti.n cl
watches, jewelry aad silverware. In payment ol
that advertisement we received several seta of the
jewelry advv rttsed, and we are warranted in saying
tnat, ootn in nnisn aim quality, toey exceeded our
expectations. They turned out to be just what
they had been repre ented. Tiue Democrat, (Leio
iswn,) Aq. 17, 1 oti 1.
AUhAi'eJ. Me want agents in every reeiment.
and in every town and county in the counu y, ami
those acting as such will be allowed lo ceiita on
every Certificate ordered by them, provide! their
remittance amounts to one dollar. Agents will col
lect xJ cents lor every Certificate, and remit 15
cents to no, either m ca?h or postage stamps.
ARRAISD ALE & CO.,
17 Broadway, New York.
Or No. 254 King street, Charleston, H. c.
fet dlt oew w4t
(i 00LD .AND SILVER fl a
C1 ET3 Silver Ware, Diamond Seta and Rings. Ene
O bsh Silver Cruet Stands, Butter Cooler, l)inner
and Tea Service, pianos, Sewing Machines. Vest
Chains, Br.ine eta, Lockets, Gold Pencils, Sets of
jeweiry, as., c.
Worth Oat) Million Dollars,
To be Sold at One Dollar Each, without
itegara to tame,
and not to be paid for until you know what yon are
SAMUEL C. RICHARDS A CO.
The Largest Msnuiaciurers ami originators of the
Distribution, conducted for years oa atncilv Hon
orable Principles, and to the entire aatialactioa of
all who patronize us, oner the Dauat
Catalogue of Rich and Valuable Artidfs, One
75 Pisno Forlea, each -....t'ifi (0 J7iO
l.VI Sewing Machines, each .loo p) I jQ
3ou Fine bold Chronometer W abbes,
each - - 200
3no Fine bold .nglih Lever WaU-hea.. 150
200 Ladies' Gold Enameled Biiou
200 solid ailvor Hunt g Levor Watches.. IK) lo so
200 Stiver Dinner beui.... .... silo 10 lou
150 Suver Tea tsets ii to isu
S,0o0 English Silver Cruet stands yjto So
3,000 Silver Fruit Uin3........... 15 to 30
All tbe aoore list of goods will be sold for one
dollar even, certincatee ot all the various articles,
a'isgwiuKeacn one can have, are first pit; into
envelopes, sealed no, and mixed; and, when or
dered, are takes out without regard to choice, and
sent by mail, thus giving all a fair chance. On re.
ceiptol ine certincate you can see what you can
have, and then it w at your option to send one dol
lar and take the article or not.
One Certificate may obtain yon a Gold Watch He.--
vice of Silver Plate, or any other vain ah article.
THERE WILL BS NO BLANKS.
One sealed envelope containing an order for one
or uie vai uaute articiea on our list, will te iw-nt 10
any address on receipt ot 5 cent... 6 for fl. 18
forli. ao w th a premium for !". loow.th a pre
mium solid Silver Hunting Ca' Watch, f .5. per
fect sauafac.uon guaranteed in all caees. Gonds not
pleasing the tastes or fancy ol our customers wiil
oe exenangea i'ee 01 cost.
Agents and others will be allowed 10 cents on
each certificate ordered by them, provided not lees
than six are ordered a: a urn. Agents will collect
125 cents for each certificate and remit 15 oenta each
to ns. Address all orders to
BAilUALC RICKARfS CO ,
. O. Box, 3J78. lo Js'assau Street, N. T.
Great chance to make money. Agenta wanted
everywhere. - leu -aim.
In Chancery at McMinnville.
FEBRUARY BULK-", lf'-fi.
M. H. Gwyn, complainant, )
Edmond Pendleton, defendant )
klnj. A AO. B.U.
IN this cenae it arrjeahna- lo tha satia'action of
the Clerk and Master, from affidavit, that nevndant
Pendleton is a Bon-resident of the Sia of Tenaea-
see, ao that the ordinary prooeas of law cannot 1
served npon him: It is therefore ordered Ih it poo
iicauon t made, for four eonae'?utive weeka. in the
INasnville Union, a newaoaper pnbjiahoi in theeitv
ot Nashville, Tenneaaee, requiring aaid d-fendant
to appear on the first day of our next Court, to be
held at McMinnville, 4th Monday ia Mr-h, IHJ;
tu plead, answer or demur to eompla nant'a bill, or
Ihe same will be takes lorennleesed, as to him, and
setfor bear ug ex parte. J. F. MoRFORD. C. A M.
leOXl-WtL J- IV BILKS, C
In Chancery at Linden, Tenniienee.
NOVEilBEB KUJ.ES, lij.
K. . Howord et ala.
ts I- Ona-inal Bid.
John H. Andrews, etaia.
ON motion of comptainsnta. !y their solwitor,
and it appear.ng to ' he aaiia acbon of ll.e Citra and
M.ater, from a aiiega ioa in con.pianaai. cm
II Bt tne detendaa's James and ryu.n 1 aylor,
ra icis leiehart and ber buatauid Etr.eio. rt lgie-
hari, are non-re-i Jer La ol the ftute of 'I ecnasee.
IT ia therefore ordered Uiat pjbh.-at.on la made
for four ccosecntive weesa ib u luhv,lle I'nion,
newatavner pub ished in thectycf aanvilie, re
quiring the said deiendan'a to appear at the next
term of the Chancery Court to be hold for tLu
county of Perry, at the eiurth.aHe ia the lean of
Linoca, on tne nrst inursay ter toe dm .'ion-
day hi Apnl next, 4 hen and there 40 enter their aa
fence to eomplvtnant abul, or ttie same will be ta
kes for eoafeeatd, and tei for bearing ex pane as
tothem. .. A..M.ltOAS,CAM.
4tfK A DAT! Agen; wnf4 lose!! snew
S?-- sa4 veosklamil hWLi MAOHLMt,
ih ante cheap oaa luawaavL AVidrtM kaA Sf A
ii awutsivn, avaasa
BT virtue of mwntfi ft, to me directed, IVom the
Circuit Court of the United Slates, for ihe Hid
uie Listrict of Tennessee, at its Octolier term, 1m.
I will sell on Saturday, the 14ih day of Apr I, I806,
commencing at lo o'clock tm.it Pnbiio Auction,
to the highest bidder lor cash in hand, at the Court
house door in Iaahviiie, Davidson coimly, a'l the
rght, r,t:e,claim, interest and estatewluch William
Cu.lom has in ami to the following described real
estate, via: A tract of land lying in Smith county,
Tennessee, in civil district No 1, beginning at the
Korth bonndary lice of the town of Carihage, at the
road running East 39 poles, thence South one pole
ta toe academy land, thence East with said land 18
polea to ineNE corner of said land, thence with
said land poles to tne road, thence 46 po.os to tbe
Mill la-anch, ibence up said branch witn its mean
ders l."l East 3u poles to the Mill Dnm, tneace up
said branch 38 polea, with its meacders to a beecn
in the fork of the hranch, thence North 4 East 14
poles to a beech, thence North 17 Ea-I ii poies to
a beech, thence North 23- East 122 poles 10 a whi.e
oaK, North 8J West 42 poles to a white af h, thence
North bb" West lt4 rol s to an ironwood, thance
North 68 West 62 polea to an ash, the nee West loo
poles to an ash and dogwood, thence North 50- West
H7 poles to a buckeve and wh teoak to the Fort
Blunt road above Goodaer'soid 1 an Yard, thence
South 3J Eaat with the load 62 poies to a red oak,
thence South 6aJ Eaat along said road 64 poles,
thence South 7 la eat is poles along said road.tbenee
South 44 East 43 poles along said road, tbeme
South 81 Kaet 0 poles along :ud road, thence
Soutn 42 East 48 poles along said road, thence
Soutt 18 East 40 poles along aaid road, thence
South 147 polea along said road to the beginning,
containing 44 acres of land, more or less, txeepi
mg therefrom "he old Church Lot, contain ng about
acre, to satisfy an execution against said Cuilom,
and in favor of Orsamns B. Mattison.
mar8-w4t S. R. GLASCOCK, M. M. D.T.
Bt virtue of s writ of S fa, to me directed from
the C.rcuit Court 01' the United Mates, for the
Middle District of Tennessee, at its U tolr term,
lMiS, I will aell, on Saturday, the into, day e April,
lsim, commencing at 10 o'clock a m, at l'uhiic Auc
tion to the highest bidder, fir cash in hand, at the
Court house door in Nashville, Davidson county, all
Ihe light, title, claim, interest and estate which W.
U. Horn A Son have in and lo the follow ing discrib
d real estate, vie Lot No 17, in Kwing s Addition
to the city of Nashvil e, ironting 2 lent on Fogg
street, commencing 140 feet from Stevenson street,
and running back 130 feet to a ten foot alley; being
tue same ixt tne tine CI which was vested in sa d
VV. BL Horn A ton, by decree of the Chancery Ccuri
of Davidsoa county, at its November term, 1S05.
Also, one other let in raid Addition, being No IS, in
the plan front ng 2U leet on Koirg sireer, c. mtnenc
ing at the West corner ef No 17 and running aloug
siiid street 20 leet at right angles, ISO iet to a b-n
foot alley; thence along saal alloy weslwardly 2t
leet; Ihencest ngnt ang.es 10 the beg nuing; being
the same Lot the title to which w:ts vested in aaid
W. H. Horn A Son by decree of the Chancery Court
of Davidson county, at its November term, lsos, te
aatiaiy as execuuon against said W. U. Horn A Son,
and in favor ol SuiphenA Weaks.
martiw4t E. R. GLASCOCK, M. M. D. T.
BT Yirfue of s writ of A fa, to me direct?., from
the Circuit Court of United States, for the Mni
me iisthct ol Tenuepse?, iHnued hL ilm ictober
tom, 1 will on Sttturcifiy, tbe UU, dy of April,
K-rt, commeacinx t lu o'clock a in, sell aPuHn.
AoctioD, to ihe hiheait bidtler, for cash ia ln.nl, at
the Court hmiedoorm NadhTiUe, DaTiditoueounty,
all the tii-'bt. titiu, tDterei-t, ciaim and entnte which
J. B. Fiiow has in and to the foliowickj diwnhed
realetttate, t i A. certaiB tract or parl of Land
situated, lymx and being in the county of Maury,
State ol Tennessee, on thetiomh stdeol Iuck river,
and on the waters of Liuie Bishy t'reeic, benittiifc;
one pole East of Ihe creete at i Sycamore; thence
North 75 degreee, Vst 8tf potw to a utakf; theth-e
West I'M poles toatttake, oak,a.h unl eiiu (tomierH;
thence bouth Lm polea to a ntftKe and d wovd to
Gidtoo f'lllow'a line; them fear-t i.4 p.lts to an
ltn and black wxliiut; tnence North 6iei,'re,a, WV.-t
W poli to a box elder; thence North i.7 dereH,
Went 61 poies to an ash; thence to the Itpginnintr;
couUtiumginpaid bounds i.r7 a'rer. more or less, lo
Batirl'jr an execution Hx&jost t?aid Pillow and W.J.
Laie. and in aor of Cochran A Co.
marti wlt J.R.(jLACch:K, M. M. D. T.
T)Y vtrtueof six writs of fi fa, to me directed frt
l) the Circuit Cxiirt of the Toiled ttat.s tortile
Middle Liintrict of Tenneaaee, issued at its i.etobt-r
term, i.mio, j will on caturoav the 11th any 01 April
ISOu, commencing at lo o'clock, a. m., .ell at pub
lic auction, to ihe iii'rnet taaaer, 101 casn in hand
at the court house door in Naehville, Davidson
county, all the rht.titie, claim, interest and es
Uce vihich 1'.. J. Hill has in anil to the fallowing de
acnlied real estute, vi i town lot in tbe town of
McMinnville, Wurren county, Tenn , 00 the south
side of the Main street in .aid loan, liecmnnii; at a
stake the N W corner of Liiwson Waiting's lot, it
being ala.i the corner of the lot herein uescrilte.l
and on the ed.i;e of Main Mr.-vt, rutinum south tf
poles :u:d 1' l.iiks tj a make on aiud vtlung''or
uer; thence cast with his line 11 pules and lo links to
a slake ou spring atrctt; thence with the auuic
south 7 poles and 3 links to a siake on Summer
street; thence west, with said street 8 poles and ti
I nks to the s. K. .-..riieri l vt . 11. Uar.h r a lot
thence viith his line nonh 15 pcles and 15 lioka to
tuer.. r.. coiutr odMain htreet, iui.1 y links west to
the N. W. corner of 'I Iioiiiils C. Simutt's shop;
tlteuce east with Alain street 4 .olcs snd lit links to
me i'ginning ; iu.-itidirg i-i pole ol iniiil in .m.l
ijouuda, alter poling out sui.l Thomm C. Hiimrtt's
shop; t-i;ethcr with trie lirick hUire houso, dm-ll-inii,
and oilier imtiroveinents thereon : t, sati.-iy
?lx cxvnlii.n 'at;i,inst aaid lli 1, and- in favor of
Howell Smith A Co , Truitt Uro. A Co , H uicii.tt A
Co., Ak-Curdy Uro A br.wter, llygatt, In raham
A t;o., and Haddock, Ueed A Co.
marG 4iw E. It. GLaaCOCK, M. M.D.T.
Smith County Court at Carthage, Ten u.
MA RCd KULKS, 1S.1J.
T. M. Incater, etal, "
vs f Petition.
J. B. Snntli, etal.
ON motion of complainant's solicitor, and it ap
pearing to the satisfaction of the Clerk, that til r
iing Pof II, biimuel l'owell, Eliiah Powell, farathea
l.ancaMer and huslMnd Lancaster, Nancy
Jane Powell, and the widow and children if William
D. foweli, trancs Ki.insr.n and hoslnnd
Kol.iufon, Dabney Laiaiaaler, .Elisabeth Kich and
William Rich, James Lancaster, Nathaniel Lanras
ter, Iltzekiah Keagans and ite Is,ihlla Ktagana,
are 1100 leaulems of tne state of Tennessee, so
Uiat the ordina y process of law cannot be served
upon them ;
It is therefore or lered that publication lie n-a.io
in the Nashville Union, a newspaper published "n
thecity of Nashville, for lour successive weeks, re-
luinng said delendants to appear before tne Cr untv
uonrtof simith, on or before the hrst Mandav in
May nexr. lismi) then and there to plead, answer
or demur tocomp'ainant's bill, cr me same vull be
taken for confessed and set down for hearing ex
pane, aa to tnem.
maril-4t E. W. TURNER, Cleik.
In Chancery at McMinnville
FEBRUARY RULES, lsM.
James W. Miller, complainant, ")
vs. J-Att. Bill.
John Etewart, defendant. )
?f this cause it appearing' lo the satisfaction of
the Clerk and Masts.-, fr.nn sttidiivit. that defendant
Hlewart is a non-resident ot the state of Tennessee,
so that the ordinary process of law cannot lie served
upon mm: 11 is uieretore ordered that put.licaiioi
be made, for four eoiuccutive weeks, in the Nash
viile Union, a newspaper published 111 the city of
Nashville, 'i'enueesee, reipuring the said defendant
to appear on me nrjt day cf our next Court, to Ix
held at McMinnville, on the 4ih Monday in M.irra,
laii6, to plead, an-war or demur to complainant'.
r il', or the same wilt be taken fir coafua.-ed, as to
tuein, anx sat ior Bearing exparte
J. i . MURKORP, 0. A M.
feb21-w4t By J. C. Bilks, D. C.
In Chancery at Livingston, Tennessee
FEBRUARY RULES, 186fi.
1. D. Goodpasture, Adm'r of Harris Matcher dee'd,
vs. r AU. fc.ii.
IN this canae it appearing to the Clerk A Master,
trom complainant's bill, which ia sworn to. that de
fondant Taylor is a non resident of the State of
1 ennessee, so mart tbe ordinary process of law can
not be aerved upon hun: It is therefore on len-d
mat puniicauon De male, lor toursm-ce-five week',
iu the Nashville Union, a oaner published in the
city of Naahvilie, requiring aaid defendant to appear
a. ui uexi term 01 ine wiaiicery i:eurt rir Overton
county, at Livingston, Tenn , on the 1st Monday of
unui "'!, anu pie.'., anawer or demur com.
plainants Mil, or the same will lie taken for con
le.u ami set tor hearing ex parte.
Ieb-li-w4t J.W. WRIGHT, C. M.
In Chancery at Carthage, Tennessee.
FEBRUARY RULES, 7S56.
Nancy P. Bradley, by Ac, vs. Jus. a Bradley, et als,
IN this cause, it appearing to tbe satisfaction ol
of the Clerk and Master lhat the defendant Logan
H. nicuu-ver is a non resident of the Bum of
lenneaaee, ao tnat trie ordinary process of law
cannot je aerved npon h'm : li ra tneivlnre r
dered that publication be made for four consecutive
weeks, la the Nashville Union, a newapaper pub
lished in the city ef Nashville, Tennessee, ro.iuir
Irg said delendaaw to appear at tbe next term 01 the
nauiierj .,uurt or smiui county, to be bi.i at .h
wun nouse in Carthage, on the third Mon.lay in
August, latal, ihen and mere to plead, answerer
demur to eomplainanta' rail, or the same will be
urnen lor couieaaea and set for heanna- expane,
to hm. D. H. CAMl'BELL. C A M.
Original Attachmant.-No 294
John H. Milliean Andey Milaaps.
IT sppearing from the affidavit riled in t Ins case
that the defendant ao conceals himself or aosconii
lhat the ordinary proceas cannot be aerved on him;
It is ihen-fore ordered that publication be made lor
four (ucceaaive weeks m the Nashville Union. n.
Utymg the said Andev Milaap. to appear before
John ,H:n a, a Justice ol the I'eace in tila.lisonville
Monroe coui.tv, Tennessee, cn tbe 1 th .l iv e
Juae, is. 6, to answer t en and there Ihe said Al
ia hm nt aa the law direcin, or the l-ame be
taken aa oonten.ied and heard rx pate as to him.
. oi lue oiu uay 01 A-'eceiuuvr, is., ,,
mrl3 4iw JOHN MINH, J. P.
Original Attachrnenc-No 303
George W. Henley vs. John Ervin.
IT appearing from the affidavit tiled in this esse
that the driendant John Krvm al-onds, so tl at
the onlmary process cannot laerveloB bun ; it av
therefore ordered that puolioation be made lorn ur
aiiceasive weens i a the Naanville Union, not.fy ng
the sa.d John Kivm to apiaar fce'or. Jodn M ma, a
Juatice of tne Peace in M&disonvilie. Mot'Oa
couniy, 'lenneasee, on tbe loin day of June, l ee.
to answer then and there the an - AtUb'hmect aa
the law di eels, or tbe same wi'i las taKen aa a
Haved and heard ex parte as to hiin. This the '. Lh
day of 1 .eceuiuer, loi.
marii 4tw juu.v MINIS, J.P,
Estrays. Davidson County.
TAKEN UP by Patrick fah.y, I ving 4 miles
from Nashville, oo tlie Gabat a like, ob Mrs
Martha Merlin's pfaotatioa, a biaek horse Mui.'
which came to bi. house on Ihe Nt day of J'eb
ntary, ls6. Said Mu e t a.xn lj hands high
very poor, and is appraised P. tf,t. '
Taken up by Koi-jrt Herrod. I.vioeia Thatrirt Nn
11, one Sorrel Mare, afoul I I hands t in. bee h:-h,
rive years old, both hind im wnile ; ao oilier
marks perceivai le; aopnie. at S7.
niaria w.u ai.u. iot.,iKU Ranger.
Estrays. Davidson County.
rpAKEN TJP by J. F. Hebbett. in Iwidson eotmtv,
I enecow and calC The cow is a mulv. mara.i
a. lh a crop oil each year, an 1 undertiit lathe r.fbt;
ai.e wared ooloi, w.th a white streak aivng iier
back, about six years old. Valued at a. .
TAKtS V? by Bob Lewis, eoiored. m d jtriet
No. lj, une mou-e colored tuar mule, i-it pwiern
innt crooked ou . about 7 or a vara o d. V , , i
at Jto. ALEX. McDAsMUL, fcanger.
Estrays. Davidson County.
TAKEN up by John K. Tuoker, living n D in.-t
No. 11. a dark b-y Horse, aui4 ,eaa oid !a-t
siring, hands high, ine hind i et white aeany
P the pa-tt-rn lomt, brand- I on tho le.t .f.ouider
U. ta , with the I -tier b above, arai tbe leuer D on
tie ieft tnigu, has rather abort ears; be g"s well
ail ga , an.l is fast in a pace. Valued at lljo.
TaK UN UP by Jobs W. Kocker, living a l'istr ot
No. 11, a jet black Uorse, Will a tew wu e hair m
hie lor ..!, about 5 year old last spring, 15 hanis
riigb, branded oa the left shoulder li. a., with a
figure 5 aioveand a letter X bak-w th L. s. Vai
ue.1 nt Slou.
TAKK.N' CP by W. P. Turner, hvirg in Disfriot
No. li, a Eorse of a red fiea-buten iiray cok r, U
yean old, no mar, percept ble, the lrcg of the
frt sore. Valued at fT5.
fcLa-wii' AL1X. MtD.OIEL, JUngei.
KEiL ESTATE AG EXT,
PURCHASES AND SELLS RIAL ES
state, Collects Rents, Leases Dwel
lings, Farms, Gardens, Lots,
And gives prompt attention to the per
fecting of Negotiations.
State, Connty, and NashrJle City Officials.
Members of the two brauches of the Nashville City
Editors aud Publ sh.ersof Nashville City Daily Pa
pers. Tost Master, Nashville, Tennessee.
flfBce an Residence, foraerof Capitol Aven
ne an.l Pare street, epposi.e east front ol the state
Capitol, .aabvule, lennesse.
SITUATE!) in Carroll connty. Mississippi, in th
Vazoo Valley, ale milea Iroiu Carroiuoa, con
800 or 1000 Acres,
free from overflow, and ia th heart of the finest
CoiU'Q crowmk' rtiron ia the youth. '1 he Und haa
fcr:'U)ltre yitijHt from fae tr ooe aed hrtli imSes
ol Ccttoa lo the svrv The pl kc m KCd eonui
tion, and ottew peculiar i.nuu;e, 1 cone
cifut to the market, and m erviy rvftejt. u:Utd
for raising a hnn crop ot" cotton.
To prroii haTiDg the nHM ssary enpitml at their
cnmuiHiKi, this rlAiiiAtionorttsn xetu luduct-iucuut,
licut f.i r acre. Apply
11. Ci. HCOVKU
IJt.iR 8AI.E 3 Acres iroo.1 f;ardn Ijtnd; Bri.-k
Mouse of two rooms and kitchen; smoke
bouse. Within forty steps of the houaeotse of the
ts-st apout spriogs i tlie country. Two anile, front
Nashvi'le, on the Vaughn PiKc, between Mr. Mc
rerrio's ant Mr. K. Truit's. Price tsj(7lK) ; oue bad
cah, balance in oue year. App'y to
IJiOR SALE A small Frsme House, to 23s 70, on
i triet, uorlU ol Uie Curoiat)oD .rpiia
"COR REMT Five rooms in third story, south
J; west corner Cedar aud Cherry street, lor two
years from January 1st, 1000, at iloo per annum,
and ?0ou touua. 1 ht-e rooms are well located lor
business oibces, and cheaper than any we know
of averaging Sill 60 per moa.h for each.
I iOU SALE 27tK) A.jres of tanJ, 61.; miles from
M. iriewD?tuoai ii;ne, MRr oo toumy, iVno.,
wah kooU iinproTumentH, iSaw MiU ia riiuuiat? or
tl-r, the Kfueitil ouilinrtHftuU ttescnptioii ol which
be iMven. Price :t per acre Si halaac
land, ytttaf. Will excin-nxe .or city or L'vuuiry
XfiOR HAI.K, or Kf'HANt,E FOR NASHVILLE
Ui. 1 KurKKl Y, ewAltny. lod,. protwr
iy fw luliowi: A two rtory Frane tiuue iq inariect
repair, newly . an led, ua wuaa tank ol the thio
riTer. in full " of it, near the fol ol the l-ali;
lu rouauH, prtrv-es, eiiptobUti, pamry. cellar Ka.
ci-tiTU tiu t-r Hie hou.. Uh:e under t round
J4x'J4. U K)d f lu d, Ac , Ac. House muuid. jO f l
Um k irom one nrwt sod 4d fret irom the other,
Lot in on the corner, cic-x ino, with reHr fencintf.
Aho two coitHiea, ol three room each, oo lot
r.tfxi7u, with rear lence ; cintf rn to each house.
turn wen ior iui. Ail valued at .u.uw.
pOR SALK lfi.". feet on North Front street, east
-A- side, n.-vt north of and adjoining bridge atreet.
known as tun Brick Bridge Toll house pnssrtv,
embracing the Toll-House an I large Livery Mtal.ie.
It will to sou as a whole or in loi. Now rested lur
oer Slooo per auni.iu.
FOR f- AI.K A small Firm of 33 Acren, on the
lirick Church I'lKe, 3 rildea north of Naahvil.e,
well m. proved. Frame house of three rooms, at
tic, hull and kitchen. To apisng-., (ine young or
chard of boo fruit trees, ju t beginning to bear, ap
ples, peaches, plums, heme and piums, all well
enclosed. Ji:; pr 're ; one-half cash, balance
in one year. Bosseoaun giveu Jauuary 1st, looo.
FOR BALK Bchnol Cab. m go,-d order
sioirie harnc.-s. 1'r.ce Hj.sj
FOR rMLB-20, 4, cr MJ feet front on North
Cheiry btreet, loA leet di-en. n.it north ..r th
lominer iai tio'el. 1 Ina is a central busmesa lo
raniy. fnce z'i per loot. One-Ball' caah, baiau.
in 1 aud il years; mterenl and lien-
fpOR SALE One of Chi.-kenng's Fine Pianos.
"ICiO UIKVIH a - wt .
H"r ly.-n-ji npw rrnmw noue ni j room,
10 .oriti a-hTitJe, nHr the rMitleate uf IVlr
r . a. iitfHUii.il. rnvm I Jw per auiiutn.
poR RENT- Fif!-a Acres of good 1 and, at Hist
'loll gale ou t.a..dt.u Piae.
SF-l.lD O t V ...y i . ...
.t1i.c.-sj: leet, corner v iae an-t I nmn
streets, oppoeiie tbere.ieoof Mrs. Kj pie-
sinent ro a. i-n.;e J kai per foot. A nobie spot lo;
No. 247 For Sale,
ri'iiai viLuiisi.il HKICK fiWELLTVi Nn.
1 .15 Cedar street, long known a. the Ir. Marfo
property, well situated tor stores, oilicea, or, m fact.
... .i uusinrsa, u owng r,n the great
thorougtifare tothebtate Capitol, 1-unlie Houare and
..H.ri nuu-e, an.l very centrally Irx-aled. t apralista
imj we., i ins atieni ion. IjOt i'XIl.l. Tree,
ftl.. Half, eath; balance, oc aua lw yaar.
aaj lr.- nuu iiejl.
P.HKNA VIHTA KPR!Nf;l:iV
X Acresioneamalll Frame Hmi. brig of two rAom?
l.-nce in or.ler; 'IH K K E HL'LPHf. R bPKI",.--J
wniie, .f ii, D1 cia"K; Ivjj f reealone ann.
.mm cistern ou tne run ; i.'J.i leet Iront oa the h.i-ra
ataP ka; the entire nlt m .,,,. . ...
"TV,' KD bowar. rweaa
" .' I , -1. l.it-tt. n 4L ...r.n.u ... u.
and a romamie drive. 1 hia pu tureeoue Watermu
Ha.-, in poae-aa,o of the r ght man, can be uivie
..." M.i w-t ,,.11 mirt.r iMnn, Xt,.....,
wi'.wuiy i 't niiiM4 rrr.in th m.tw . ...i.
"riii"i , Mii.a. c.nvevaiu.. .r.,1 ,l.nl..
for many month will bjeoe!hl by Hlreel Kail
road. Pr.ce I s,fsi. ou easy l.rnia. .,oiv u,
li. O. bCoVtL, K.al Fsiato Agnt,
aORS'AT.E-Oneaad fthftlfriforT BHK K H'll'.i?,
ISo. It. f. wfvt nut of bouire titri M.rsss-t t.Lt,
V. ard, of f u r tooim. lo Up, ami :v , J wo lijr-
Hy irniif -r, Kot-wt f-o- e, UtTTmjm tv! r t-i
U i-iKi, Pr(. . .,'--H.( ckviu. bwaut in fl
aoi li lujiilhn ; iuUr-tt RDii lia.
' R 5 ALE BRICK l.WF.LI.l.9 of 4 rocm.,
dio.ua room. Kit hen en.l servants' irK-m. 1,1
xl.r.o Norib Market street. n.Tt aou'h (fwlln j
f..rmeiiy o.:upe. i.y M. t wets. Pra. . 'ny
,lM CA-h ; I.. Shoe .a 1 au.l 'L y. nr3.
"t R tT.E FRAME HoTOJt in E.!gli o
J lood lufjii, ) i iarilTo, Uurd Uu-m ou l.nlla-
Pn.e n.-Vu-x,cn ; t-vance in on
r; tntereat and lim. apply lo
il. 'j. .a:'j r.L, Html Estate Aveut
'HE ERWIN H'.CsE for L...Thl. ; M.
of the iargst Ut ia in Nasavoi, ha- ina;
Pxjms, and iu an f ieri int lo.-a.ny, and wi'hid
0 ing a r,u-,ne.s. The fu.',lure',,f u,H hi.us
tlie isji I at appraised pr.cea ; atvl Holl I. . i
ai -;..'. per annum, lor lour year, rrom January
.it, ina. app.y to
H. 5. SOOVF.I.,
eai Estate Agent, corner Capuoi Avrau and Park
-f.-e and rea.den'-, oorser Park itrl an1 Cap.
itol Aveuue,opiiusitj nasi uxiut of state (..,toL
For say tj the above raeatione-l rmoerty appfy
KEAL EaTATK A .ENT,
Corner of Park 9f r and Caoiloi Avssu, eppMit
Jtaat Froul U ku Bbaa UaWl.
5, W0 Bushel of Tried Peaches.
6, H.0 Bushess of Dned Appia?
is.ooo Poonda of Feathera,
6,i.V Pounds of Beeswax,
S,ow Pountla of hiaseng,
5o,iU0 Pouioa of Wooh
Cover, Flas and Grass Seed, of all kinds. Tor aU
which Hut highest market price will b paid.
We have in store snd for sal to elos eoBara.
60H0 Pounds best orands Smoking Tobacco,
luO Boxes and boxes Vir. Chew ing Tobacco,
St6 BUla BobertDon county Whisky.
A VERT LARUK ffTOCK Of
Bagging, Rope I Baling Twine,
All of which we Will sell as cheap as can be bought
in Louisville, Ut. Louis or Ciac.Oi.au inaraei.
WB AKK ALSO THS SOLE AGENTS FOX
Ford's Piiojsphate or Fertilizer.
To tbe Practical farmer the necessity for this ar
ticle baa long beeo known, and we are nappy u. as.
sure them mat we ahail henailer keep full aux c
et it always oo band.
isend in your orders early, or send snd get circu
lars. ALLISONS & KIRKMAN,
39, SI an SS 8. MarttM bt..
KASUVILLE, - - - TENNESSEE,
Mall S.eamshfp fompaj '-j
TOUCHING AT MEXICAN PORTS,
Aa t'arrylEf th lulled Slalea Mall.
1EAVE PIER No. NORTH RIVER, loot ol
j Canal street, at !'2 o'clock neon, on tbe l-i,
lull, and iUtof every month (except when there
days fail on Hun, fay, aaJ then on the preceding bat
ur.tay), f..r Asi'lSWALl, connecting, Via Baaaina
Kailwar, with one ol the Comraay's S.mshipa
fruni Panama lor bAN I-Ka.NCLsC J, touching at
lt ARIZONA, connc-tti.i with O0I.IKi Cl I V.
10th Hf NKY ChALNCkV, consecuuc With CO
2lst-MiW ToRK, connecting wiln CONSTITl'-
I'epaitures of 1st and 21st connect at Panam
with Meanierah.rS.HiTH I'.MTr-lC PoKTS. Ihoae
of Ui touch at MANZAMUa;.
THaorua rassaas a.iva in craaracv.
First Cabin. Second Canin. Pteerag.
j?300. Stfoo. 9100,
A discount or ONE ll'ARTER from steamers'
rales allowed to second cabia and steerage pas' en
gera, ith families. Also ao allowance ol O.NK
tUAKTKR on through rate to clergymen an i
their famibea, and school teachers; soluiers hav.oi
honorable disi-nargea, BALK 'AliE.
One Hundred Pounds Baggane a lowed e h
adult. Baggagw-Masters accompany l.i;ae
through, and attend to ladies and children wit hum
ma! protectors. Baggage received on the dot k
day before sal ing, from ateamia.ats, railroads, a&4
passengers who prefer to send down eariy.
An experienced surgeon on board. Medicine and
attendance free. i.
A btcainerwill I placed on the line January 1st,
Istirl. to run Iroiu NtW OKL;ANd to APINW ALL.
v a HAVANA.
Kor Passage Tick.ts or farther information, ap
ply at the Company's ticket ottice, on tlie Mhail,
Foot of Canal btreet, N... th River, New York
F. W.U. BtCLXoWd, Agent,
United States Steel Pen Works
FACTORY, CAMDEN, N. J.
n. ESTERBR00K & CO.,
STKEL TEN MANUFACTURERS,
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O AMPLKS and pret on apphcatlon. l&ts maJe
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t ja p.b(i'. The irkc-HiTiile ot onr ttnttture w miftV
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S:i7 M AiN 81 REET, LOUISVILLK, KY.
I.ENTS for MARCH, BROH, PIERCE A u a
ENAMELED WAifcR PROOF PAPtR COI.MK,
tfe heal article mannfactured, containing no po.vi
uous material, and a, ir ran led preapiiauou pus.l.
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PATENT EXPANIjKD BTAR COLLAK,
showing ap.- for the cravat, excelling ail oir.ora
by us superior shape and weight, and iuil
pusite finish and ahiteussa of the paper.
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A full line of Clothe, rw.i mare, Ponta and .-in ..",
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