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IVoaderiitl Optical Illatloai.
Professor Pepper, delivering lectures
on optics in London, gives soms new
and astonishing experiments "j illus
tration of optical illusions, the most re
markable of which are called "the Mod
ern Delphic Oracle" and "the Fairy
Casket' In introducing the former,
the professor calls upon the audieoce
to call to mind ancient Greece The
curtain rises and the interior of a Gre
cian temple is disclosed. Drapery in
the background is pushed one side, and
a figure, classically costumed and read
ing intently a scroll which he holds in
one band, advance. The professor
explains that the figure must be sup
posed to represent a noble Athenian,
wudile and highly gifted. Through an
acouaintancnship which be had formed
with one of the priests of Isis the learn
ed individual gets poses ion of a sa
cred scroll, which informs him that, by
means of certain charms and incanta
tions, be can hold converse with the
dead, lie proceeds to do so at once ;
and after some formalities be calls upon
Socrates. Slowly the curtain through
which the Athenian before appeared is
drawn aside, and a bead, apparently
floating in the air, is disclosed. There
aeema to be no mistake about the head
being human. It is, apparently, Socra
tes, and seemiogly "all alive."
Gradually the eyes open and look
about most naturally, and in obedience
to the demand of the Athenian the
voice of Socrates is heard pronouncing
Lis own opinion of the decision of bis
judges. To render the illusion as real
as possible an instrument is placed in
front of the stage, which hss the effect
of throwing a strong reflection on aoy
object that comes between it and the
papered wall at the back of the stage.
The reflection of the head, and the
bead alone, on the background, adds
much to the bewilderment with which
the spectator, not in the secret, wit
nesses it Besides as the head delivers
iWelf of the beautiful lines with which
it is instructed, the beard is observed
to move with each articulation of the
voice. Yet the whole is, as the profes
sor URm some trouble to remind his
audience, when any fresh cause for sur
prise is unfolded, nothing more than a
'ihe "Fairy Casket" is equally sur
prising. It consists of a strong table
some four feet high, with four legs,
which are open to the inspection of alL
On this table is deposited a large glass
box, of nearly the same aise as the ta
ble. The whole is covered with drap
try, when it is brought in front of the
stage, close to the footlights.' The
closest inspection is iuvited. On the
covering being removed the table and
glass box, as above described, appear.
The glass box seems to contain black
velvet and charcoal. The professor
opens the brx and nils it still further
with what appears to be more charcoal,
lie then orders his assistant to shut
down th glaiM lid and cover the box.
In a i'.i minutes the box is uncovered
au'-t it appears to be tilled with white
satin inntead of black velvet, and roses
instead of charcoal A white satin
cushion is taken out of the box, and af
ter it a real lire firy is handed up
Ironi its depths, nimbly extricates her
self, and bows ber acknowledgments
of the greetings with which she is re
ceived. The Ujx is again covered and
uncovered. The result is that the
black velvet and charcoal again appear
in the interior. The contents ot the
box are again produced. They consist
of a large blark cushion and a most in
teresting looking little negro who, af
ter jumping out of the box, throws him
self in a kneeling attitude, and appeal
ing to the audieuce, ssys, "Am 1 not a
man aud a brotherT" These are the
two principal illusions which have
been, we understand, drawing such
vast numbers to the 1'olytechnio trer
since their production.
Kellocc' rcat Painting The Orl
eanal friacets alter tUe liaih.
This superb picture is exciting the
stxiUjuaiasUO admiration of coruuUveurt
and lovers of arL When it was first
nUrad on exhibition in this city we di
rected attention to iU extraordinary
t,inta The opinions wnicn w men
n.riuJ Lavs been indorsed with sin
gular uuanimity by the press of New
York, aud continued by the applause
ot the critics ana toe people.
A brief description of the picture
may inUrest those wno nave yet to en
joy the delight of seeing it. The prin
cipal figure, 'the Princess," is reclininj
ou a sorgeous divan, bne has just
iultpJ irom the batn, and is under
the spell of its gentlo iufluence--"lap.
pd in lilyiiaa slumbers." The spirit
uf aleeD teems to have bathed her in
Liheaa dews, and to have transported
ber to the fairy Ufcd of dreams. On
the i(t. attired in a splendid silken
robe, kueels an attendant, the music of
w huke guitar and song seems to be yet
ungUng in Uie ears oi voe steeping
1 riuccas. One beautiful band is raised
in sit-u to a servant not to disturb the
slumbers of their mistress, to whom
she is briiu'inc the aocusUtmsd cotice.
sir. Kellogg hss bad this picture on
bis easel for more tnan n:usu tears.
lurin that time be ha seen and stu
died aud painted the tioest types of
womwnly teauty. not only in tbiscoun
try but in Europe and Asia. Fiom the
study of these he has conceived the
liveliest ideal of the female figure, and
hss transferred it by the aid of science
nd art, into this almost (aulUess form
of glorious beauty, arouud which he
has thrown wita a master s saui, every
trace, and charm, and sweet illusion
that bis art supplies.
In this lovely creation we detect no
peculiarity of type or nationality; none
of those lines and shapes that are pro
duced ty exceptional causes; naught
to detract from the painter s ideal of a
eerless woman, in the full develop
ment of every womanly beauty and
race. Indeed Air. Heliogg baa had
the tame power and skill to reproduce
his ideal, without departing truia the
truth and beauty ot nature, and yet
without servilely copying the forms in
iiature. There is nooue form in nature so
beautiful as the ideal which a true artit
may conceive from the study of many
forms. He is a great painter or sculptor
who from the lurmt in nature conceives
perfect ideal, and who ha the skill
to transfer that idoal to the canvas, or
to give it chape and expreuion in the
clay. To execute a figure with bead,
and hands, and feet, and hnibt, and to
deck it with appropriate drapery, is
little more than tailor-craft But to
paint, or model the nude human form
in all the beauty and loveliness of wo
man, and to endow it with grace, and
sentiment and meaning, is the part of
a master, and all this ilr. Kellogg has
surely achieved in the painting which
be baa unveiled before his country peo
!lsv The pieces is every inch a princess,
high-born asd Ligb bred beauty, in
M miivy m m
f r week m u
whose veins courses the gentlest blood.
The exquisite delircy of ber feet aud
hands, the graceful contour of her
rounded limbs and person, the unsul
lied purity of ber virgin bosom, the air
of chastity and innocence which the
painter's skill has diffused about ber,
the gentleness of ber slumbers ; that
glaringly beautiful mouth, on which re
fined purity sits enthroned; the peace
ful lovliness of her very beauty, all de
clare ber a high-born woman, as chaste
as Diana, but as love-i3?piring as Venus.
These are some of the qualities that
constitute this picture by Mr K Mellogg
a great work of art Its composition is
o truly or'j-inul u to recall no other
picture to the mind. - The light, shade
and coloring are sufficient evidence of
the artist's knowledge and ekilL The
varied and harmonious lines of the
drapery, and the arrangement 'of the
accessaries, are admirable, but it is in
the coloring that the hand of the ar
tist displays itself. The flesh tints in
shadow on the shoulders and bosom are
the tendereat, the most luminous and
the most natural that we bavo ever
seen in any painting that has been ex
bibiied in this country, and we are free
to say that llr. Kellogg' s representa
tion of flesh has far surpassed our con
ceptions of its delicacy, transparency
and color. Y. Y. Ketct.
Tee Tkestdext ox tec Qcgbtiov as to
Wbo Foesi the Ukiox Pbt. The gen
tlemen from Connecticut who took the
resignation oi Postmaster Cleveland, of
New Haven, to the President, bad a
conversation with him on the Union
party. Mr. Johnson said: MBy the
Union party I mean at this time the
party which support my Union resto
ration policy, whoever they may be,
and no others. I do not consider those
wbo oppose my policy as belonging to
the Union party. Tbequeetoin of my
restoration policy is now the paramount
question, and all wbo oppose it are my
opponents. The principles of my reeto
tration policy are fundamental
No man can approve of my policy
and that of Congress at the same time
That is impossible." j
We can add no comment to these
strong words and the impregnable po
sition of the President to increase their
force. No one can be deceived about
them. All the blarney of the radical
tump orators wbo have been and are
going to Connecticut to influence the
election there cannot deceive the peo
ple on the issue. They may deny this,
and say the President did not utter
these words. Few, however, will be
lieve them. Hardly any can be to ig
norant as to mistake the language of the
President, and the sharply defined is
sue that exists between him and the
radicals in Congress. Let the people
of Connecticut disregard the claptrap
politics' humbug of stump orators aad
take the strong words of their patriotic
President upon the great issue of the
" I do not consider those who oppose
my policy as belonging to the Union
party. No man
can approve of my policy and that of
Congress at the same time. That is
impossible." These words of the Pres
ident embrace the whole question.
Nothing more need be said. JV. .
Making Gas from Oil Wells Useful.
The Reno Times describes the use
gas is put to on the Egbert farm in the
oil regions, as follows :
There is a woll on this farm that pro
duces an immense quantity of gas,
which is led from well to well by means
of pipes, and used for the purpose of
light and fuel. This well is owned
solely by the land interest and flows at
the rate of about fifty barrels of oil per
day besides the gas which it produces.
The gas is saved by an ingenious de
vice, and produces more than is requirj
ed for fifteen steam engines, twenty
four stoves, and gas lights on the
streets, in gardens, in the office, the
bouses, the engine houses and the der
ricks. More than half mile of tubing
is used for carrying it throughout the
premises, and the use of all other kinds
of fuel and light, is entirely ignored
within its reach. This application is
one of the most useful, as well as the
most beautiful in the oil region. Space
forbids further notice at present, but it
is intended to allude again to this in
Essence of CofTce.
Essence of Coffee is an article used
by thousands of people uoder the be
lief that it either improves the flavor
of the beverage or increases the yield of
the rofiee pot, which we do not know.
la Cincinnati the other day two manu
facturers of Coffee Essence got by the
ears, and in court the secret of the in
gredients of the compound was forced
out of the litigants. They squirmed
somewhat, but finally one of them re
lieved himself as follows :
We take molasses, the cheapest, dir
tiest and nastiest we can find, boil it
down until it gets thick and ropes, take
it out then and place it in pans to cool,
and when hard it is broken up and
ground, after which ground rye is
mixed with it It is then put into pa
per packages, which are placed in
Loxes, each box is sold at eiguty cents,
and labeled "Pure Essence of Coffee.'
If people want to spoil good coffee
with molasses and rye, they had better
make the compound themselves. Tboy
can at least buy clean molasses.
CoTToa Ds uveries. By a mercantile
circular in our paper of yesterday the
quantity of cotton that has reached the
shipping ports since the close of the
war is stated at 1,9S3,000 bales, or 2,
000,000 bales in round numbers. Nei
ther in this circular nor in others have
we seen any estimate made of the quan
tity of cotton taken since that date by
the various mills in Missouri, Illinois,
Indiana, Ohio, Kentucky and Pennsyl
vania; nor of the quantity of cotton
that went inland to the mills in the
New England States. It appears to us
that 200,000 bales in the aggregate
would be a minimum Mtimate therefor,
which would make tbo Southern deliv
eries to this date 2,200,000 bales. X
Foreign" Iuinif ration an4 tae Radi
cat Views of Congress.
Immigration from foreign countries
is oUicially announced to be larger at
this time than at any former period.
Uost of tuese immigrants come from
the rural districts of Germany, Fraitce
and Great Britain : are composed of an
agricultural and manufacturing class of
people, and their destination is princi
pally tne boulbern states, lbese peo
ple are industrious, frugal and intelli
gent They will take the place of the
negroes in the hard work of many of
the plantations, and aid the Northern
era and native born Koutuernars in
their efforts to resuscitate the Mouth.
The marvellous richness of the soil and
the latent but potent manufacturing
advantages and mineral resources of
the Sou ill will be developed by their
labors. It is safe to calculate that the
addition of one hundred thousand
white foreigners to the development of
tcese elements oi boutnern wealth
might produce to the aggregate wealth
ol the nation one hundred millions of
dollars the first or second year. Hen
unjust it will be to these Intel
ligent pioneers in a new system of
Southern labor to place them beneath
the ignorant field negroes, who cannot
read a word or write a syllable, in polit
ical privilege, i nese wmie men must
be here five years before they can vote.
The radicals would have the negroes
vote Derore tney can tpeu the word
"freedom," or know what it mwtn !-
fore or after tbey learn how to spell it
in w bite immigrant comes here ex
peeling to be the equal of the white cit-
uen ; nut ne Lnasbimseif actually be
ne tu the negro in the political and so
cial (caie. Is this the way to encourage
immigratiODf is this the way to devel
op the ressurces of the country? Is
llii the way Congrats legiblated whon
tbe men who now represent most of the
Western Sut in both houses were
elected by the votes of hardy and in
telligent foreign immigrants and their
descendant? Tbe creat people of the
Great West, we believe, will rebuke
loose of their representatives in Con
gress who aim at placing the Southern
negro, jus. t born ioto a atate ol liberty,
ta a scale of equality above the intelli
gent aud induitrious white immigrant
iwmuiit vii uir iiwuiiwi VJ
those who imbibe rather freoly to the
following liues :
R atone, oa s ecM grry stone,
nil the sua ta the wast at aisaiag;
U cy look be aad 1 llaua b bead acbet Ud,
T rust s Usu 109 tnaeh i n i-( t-f.
BY virtue rf wni A fa to roe diracUd. from tha
Cin uil Court it 'Ute United Siawe. for Ihe Mid
die I -nonet of TennerMie, at it October term,
I will tell ob buturdav, tbe ltib dT of April, llwu,
ammeou!i) at lu o'clock a m, at I'otiic Auction,
to the I ixneet bidder 'or cab is hand, at toe uourt
bouxe door in IariTiUe, LiaidJoti 000017. all Uie
rfibi, sme,riaim, mtereat and estate atfiicb William
Cmlom haa ia acd to the following dnribel ml
eeuua, tie A tct of land iTiniie femilh county,
lenneeeee, 11 orl district So I, brginaiBg at the
Monti boaodary line of the ton of CtfOMKe, at the
road runniPR juwt S pciea, thence bouth one pole
1 1 toe aadeinT land, thence Kaat with aaid land 18
pole to ihe N conn of aaid lead, thence with
Midland in rwieeWlhefod,tneyie4poieatoti
Mill ImnTh, lhnc up u.d bram-ii ilo IU mean
drra Vi Khi lee to the HM Ivm, toenae up
aaid branrh A poles, with lis aneM-denloa beach
ia tbe fork of the branch, tbrnce Norm 43 East 14
poles to a beech, tceace North 17 t. 3 poiea to
a oeech, ther ce North xV East 122 pole to a whi
otic, in t- Wm 4 poles 10a vhi'-e ah, thecoe
Nonh Wert lui pol a to an iron wood, thrcce
North 6a9 Wet 6 pole to an aah, thtnee Went luO
folea to an ash and doeood, thence North 5U West
7 potae to a bucke? a and white oak to the Fort
Blunt mad aoore feoodoer'aoltl Ian Yard, thence
feouth 3- EaM with the toad ti poiea to s red ok,
thence Houth Eaot along aaid road 4 polej,
lbnce Mouth V 't 48 poles along mid road, thence
bomb 4K" luut 44 pole along aaid road, thence
Booth Bl Kant 0 pole along said road, thence
boutn 4x luut 48 pole along aaid road, thence
Houit 1b" East 40 poiea along aid road, tneoce
riculh 147 pole along aaid road to the beginning,
containing 44tf acre of land, more or lees, except
ing therefrom Hie old Church Lot, contaia'Og about
acre, to aatufy an execution against aaid CuUom,
and in laror of Unwrnua B. Wstliron.
marS-wM K. R. b LaotXXJi, M. M. D. T.
BY virtue of a writ of jt fa, to m directed from
the C rcuit Court ot tbe United Hlaiea, for (be
Middle L'iBU-K-l cf '1'enneaaee, at it October term,
166, 1 will eell, on Saturday, the 13th day cf April,
Ism;, commencing at 10 o'clock in, at Public Ane
lioa to Uie bigbet ladder, for caah m band, at tbe
Court houe door i Nakhnlle, lmndston county, ail
tbe light, title, claim, interest and erule which W.
H. Born A Son bare in and to the following diarrib-
d real estate, : Lot No 17, in wuig'a Addition
lo the city of NahTille, fronting 26 loot 00 Kogg
treat, commencing 14u ft from bterenaoa lUciBt,
and running bark lJu feet to a ten loot alley; being
the aame lxt tha title of which was Tested in aaid
W. A. riom A eon, by docre of ibe Chanoury Court
of Ianuaon eouoij, at its November term, 1065.
Alo, one other let ia aid Addition, baiag No li!, in
the plan frocl ng U feet on Fogg eireet, commenc
ing at the Weet coiner of No II and running along
Knid uret m. leet at right anglea. 1J0 feel to a ten
foot alley; Umom alosg cad ailey weatwardly S6
leet; thence tt ngnt aagiea to the beg noing; being
Ibeaair.e Lot the utle to which was Teated ia Mid
W. H. Horn A eon by decree of tbe Chancery Court
of LwTidMM eonnty, at lie November term, t&fib, lo
bbuk y aa execution against aaid W. U. Bora A Uon,
and in foror ot batphen A Weaks.
marw4t K. R. GLAicOCK, M. M. D. T.
BY virtu of writ of H fa, to me directed, from
the Circuit Court of United States, for the Mid
die Lietnot ol Tennessee, imued at its October
le m, 18t, I will on baturday, the 14lb day of April,
ltMS, commencing at 10 o'clock a m, kelat;FuUic
Auction, to ihe highest bidder, for cssh in band, at
tha Court hnueooor in Nashville, Davidson county,
all the right, title, interest, claim and estate which
J. B. rii ow has in and to the following disoubed
real estate, v l A certain tract or tarcel of Land
situated, lying and being in the county of Maury,
State ot Tennessee, on the bouth aide of Duck river,
and on the waters of Little Bigby creek, beginning
one pole East of ihe creek atabycatnore; thence
North 75 degrees. Went W pole to a atake; thence
West VM poies to a slake, oak, ash and elm pom era;
thence bouth IU poles to a slake and d gwo.d to
(iideon Pillow' line; thence Kast 43 pole to an
elm and black walnut; toence North 6 degrees. West
22 pole to a box elder; thence North 27 degrees,
West MJ poles to an ash; thence lo the beginning;
containing in said bounds 1&7 acres, more or less, to
aUrfy an execution against said Pillow and W.J.
bale, and in favor of Cochran A Co.
B art wit X.K.6LAbOOCK,M.M.D.T.
BY Ttitne of six writ of A fa, to m directed from
tbe Ci'cmt Court of the Lulled butea for the
bl.ddle 1 in-met of Tennessee, issued at its October
term, 18i5, I wiil on natuMsy the 14th day of April,
leuti, commencing at lo o'clock, a. m., sell at pub
lic auction, to the highest bidder, forCMsb in hand,
at the court bouse door in Nathf ilia, Davidson
couotv, all tbe right, title, claim, interest and ea
taie which B.J. Bill has in and to the following de
scribed real esiate, re A town lot in the town of
McMlnntille, vt siren county, leun , on toe aoutu
aide of the Main street in raid town, beginning ate
stake the N W. corner of Lawson Waiting's lot, it
being also the corner of the lot herein described,
and on tbe edge of Main street, running south s
poles and 12 links to a stake ou said Waiting's cor
uen thence east with his line 3 pole and 16 links ta
a stske on bnimr street: thence Mith the same
south 7 pole and 3 links to a sake on bummer
at reel; tneoce west with sain street s poies ana a
I nks to the 8. K. corner of W. 11. Warder' lot;
Uienoe with hi line north 16 5Ihs and 16 links to
the N. E. comer on Main street, audi) links west to
the N. W. corner of Thomas C. SmarU's shop;
thence eat witn Main street 4 poiea and 21 link to
the beginning ; int-Judirg M pole of land in said
bound, alter poling out said Thorns) C. Bmartt's
ehor; together with the orick sure bouse, dweil
imr. and other improvements thereon; to satisfy
six eirviilioos against said Hi 1, and in favor of
Howell Hmith A Co , Truiu llro. i Co , Bancroft A
Co., MeCurdy Pro A breweter, Hygstt, lugrabaa
A Co., and baddo-k. Heed A (.
mart! 4tw E. K, GLlbttX K, M. M. D T.
Smith County Court at Carthage, Tena
MARCH RULES, 18G4,
T. M. Iocjwter, et il,
J. B. Hmith, et si.
ON moUoB of complainant' solicitor, and it ap
pearing to the aauslsction of tbe C lerk, that Ster
ling Powell, bsmuel Powell, Elijah Powell, Parathe
Lancaster and husband Lancaster, Nancy
Jane Powell, and ihe widow and children of William
I. Powell, FraociB Rcbinann and husband
Rohinron, Iiehney Lancaster, Eliuthetb Kk'h and
William Rich, J auuw Lancaster, Nathaniel Lancas
ter, Hr zekiah Peagans and wile Isabella Eeagan,
are non reesienui of tne Bute of Tennessee, so
tlisi the online y process of law cannot be aerved
upon them ;
It is therefore ordered that publication be wade
id the Nashville I'nion, a newspaper published id
Uie city of Nashville, for tour eucceseive weeks, re
quiring said delendants to appear be lore tne County
court of rimith, on or before the first Monday in
May next, (itsA) then and there to plead, answer
or demur to complainant' bill, or the same will he
taken lor confessed and set dowa for bearing ex
parte, as to tuem.
marl l-4t E. W. TURN BR, Oei k.
In Chancery at McMinnville.
FEBRUARY RULES, 18fi6.
Jamea W. Miller.complainant, f
vs. VAtt. Bill. '
John Stewart, defendant. )
I H this cause it appearing to Ihe satisfaction of
the Clerk and Matter, fiom affidavit, that defendant
btewart isa non -resident ol the 'Mate of Tennessee,
o that theordinsrr process of lawcuinot besetved
upon him: It ta therefore ordered that publication
be made, (or four consecutive weeks, in the Nash
ville Union, a newspaper published in the city of
Naohviile, Tennessee, requiring the aaid defendant
to appear on the first day of our next Court, to be
held at McMinuville. on the 4in Monday is ktsr.'b,
IstM, to plead, an wer or demur to complainant's
Ml , or the same will be taken fur confessed, a to
them, and set lor bearing exrarte
J. E. MOKKORP, 0. A M.
teb21-w4t By J. & Biles, D. C.
Eatrays. Davidson County.
a UK EN up by John S. Tucker, living in District
No. 11, a dirk b-y Hore, about 4 yeai old last
soring, t nsnds high, Ihe hind f et white nearly
to tha pa-tern tomt, branded on the left shaulder
U. B-, with ihe l-Uer S above, an J tbe letter D on
the left thigh, has rither abort ears; he gone well
ail gaiw, and is fast in a pace. V slued at 1 150.
TAEbtv UP by John W. Kucker, living in District
No. II, a jet black Horse, with a lew wlu'e hair in
bis 'oreheed, about 6 years old laxt spring, 16 hanua
high, branded on tha loft shoulder U. B., with B
6gure 6 slwveand a letter E below the U. a. Val
ued at Sl"i.
TAKEN UP by W. P. Turner, living in District
No. 11, a Borsa of a red flea-omen gray color, It
rears old, no msrks percept bie, the frog of the
et aore. V alued at t"5.
6 Wtf-w.lt A LKX. McDANIEL, Ranger.
Estrays. Davidson County.
rjUKEN UP byJ. F Hebbett, in Davidson county,
I one cow and calf. The cow is a muiy, marked
with a crop off each year, and underbit in ihe right;
she i a red color, with B white streak along her
back, about ix year old. Valued at Sj6.
TAKEN UP by Bob Lewis, colored, In district
No. IS, one mou-e colored mare mule, left paetetn
to nt crooked ou', about Itirl years old. valued
at I W. ALEX. McDAN 1EL, Banger,
In Chancery at Carthage, Tennessee.
FEBRUARY RULEiJ, 18CS.
Jo-dah Prowall. et ais. vs. Oeore Baker, St els.
I.N this cause, it appearing lo the Clerk and Mas
ter that the deiendsau busan Bruce, and her lms-
bnd. Liuletjn Bruce, and Mary Fanderson, and
her liuohand. Thorns Bsnderson, are nou-resi
denia of the Bute of Tenaeseee so that Uie
ordinary process o law cannot be served upon
them; It ta therefore ordered ihil publication
be made few four successive weeks in the Nash
ville Unios, a aewspaper published in Uia city of
Naxbvilia, Tennessee, requir ng ssid defendants to
appear at tbe next term ot the tnaoevry Court of
Huiith county, to be held at ma eourioouee ia v sr
lhaire oa the third Mnodsv in August, 1st,, to aa.
wer coinpla'nsnl'a bid, or the sane will be take
lor confessed and set for hesrtig ex parte as to
Uiem. D. a. CAM! MU.L.C. AM.
In Chancery at Livingston, Tennessee,
FEBRUARY HULKS, l.M.
J. D. Goodpasture, Adm'rof Harris Batcher dee'd.
vs. r AU. Bill.
IN this canse it appearing lo Uie Dark A Master.
from comr-lsiasat's Ult, eluch is w"na to, that de
fendant Tavior is a won resident of tbe State of
Tenaeasee so tht the ordinary process of Isw cwn
not be served upon him: li ie therefore ordered
that putsicattoa ire male, tor four successive weeks,
in Uie Nashville I'uioa, a paper puhlished ia the
city ot' Naahvilie, requiring said deleadsnt 10 appear
at Uie Beat term of the Chancerv t-ourt for Overton
couotv, at Isvingstoa, Tena , oa the 1st Moeday of
Augue , is', asd plead, answer or demur cora-
ptainant nit, or the name will be taken lor ecu
leased asl act for bearing ex pane.
kh wt 3. W. WklGBT, G. A M.
Original Attachment-No 294
John H. M llujan vs. Andey M, lsa pa.
IT apMtring from tba affidavit Bled in Una case
that Hie dxfc-Bdnnt so ruareats himself or aueooU
tha the ordinary proceea cannot ts served oa him;
It ia therelor ordered that pn nitration I nvsda Iwr
lour succeasiv weeks in tbe Nashville Union, oo
liiyiBg tlia aaid Anley Miiaapi lo appear before
Jot.u M.n a, aJusticeof the 1'asx-e is l,l sodtiII.
Monro rouaty. Teansnsea. oo tha I' lh dav oi
Juae, tsse, lo snswer Ilsb and there Ihe Mid At
tarbmr ul as the law direct, or Ihe same will be
taken as cmuetsed and beard ex parte as In bn
1 his the ih day of Decemb r, l.i.
iawri4i, John minh. j. p.
Original Attachment-No 303
George W. Henley vs. John Ervin.
IT appeanag from tbe a.isr.t filed ia tins rase
tbal Uie del mi, iso i John Krvis BiwcoBda, so that
Ihe urd.eary process cannot be served oa htm ; H
Uterelor ordered that pntiiicatioa be made t-r roar
aucceesive weeks ib the Nastiv, lie I una, Boufyiag
ihe said John kiva to appear be 'ore Joba M aia, a
Justice of the Peace aa Bfadumavilla. Monroe
my, Tenaeasse. oa tha lata day of Juae. Is a.
to aaswer Ibea aad there the aaxi Aliacbnsaal aa
tbe law di acta, or the aame ami be tasea aa coa
sssard and besr ex Irene aa lo biru. . J hi tbe Jl
day of lascember, i.vj.
BarU-4iW . JOBS KIN 13. J. P.
r.KEN Bp by J. L. Ratemaa. ea tbeKth of Feb
ruary, one etrey Ox. mined aad deerr.bad aa
Itsicwa : oae underUt ia right ar, ovrrbtt ia Isi,
wild biaaa bw. red aad Bhite aiciie.1. aseA abnot
6 years, low ia oraar. A ppraised s I : u.
GREAT SAX.E OF
Watches. Chains. Diamond Binra
cVCs VCM Vc
0XS MILLION DOLLARS' WORTH
. To H iwasuua or at
One Xollar JEacIi
Without regard to Value t Iot to b paid
for until on know irlit you are
Splendid List of Article.! Ill to be
sold at Oae Dollar lata!
sne Mvuocal Boxes to ttW arcb,
An lia with Bell and
Oaafcrrela 200 do
GOO Silver TaaDoai and Cotfe Ufa to do
auQ do Chafing is be M to
IhjO do IreCitcbers to to
!u do BmpcupswitbrJalvera 10 to
6uu0 do ' botseta and Ivrakinf
tODO do Casters 16 lo
2uj0 do Fruit, Uard and Cake
baskets SO to
6000 Ixx.bUver Tea Spoon. 10 to
louoo do do Table tjpoona aud
Fork SO to
50 (j ftils' Gold ilUBting Case
Watches 60 to 160
TX Ladies' uold aad Enameled
Hunting-Case Watches 36 to TO
tOO Genie' il anting -Case btlver
atches . M to TO
ra I iemoouluuf; .... 10 to lou
Vro bold Vest and Neck Chain. 4 lo U
Sinj Oval band Bracelet.
) Jet and t-rold bracelets
kuuO Chatelaine Cbaios and buard
C rial as ...... . I,
TOou Bcli lai re and Gold firoocbas.
6ou0 Coral. OaI aad Xmeraid
. 4 to do
6000 Mosaic, Jet, Lav and Flo.
renune Ear Irope .
7 W0 Coral, Opal and KmerJd Ear
4 to do
- 4 to
4000 California Iinmond
pms. 60to 10 do
8000 faokl Fob and Vest Wateb-
keys Jt 60 to
4000 Fob and Vest Ribbon-Slide.- I to '13
Suuu Set boiitair bleeve-buttons.
btqd,Ac I to
3000 Sold Thimbles, Pencils, Sc.. 4 lo
luouO Miniature Lockeoj. I (0 lo
400U do Locaeta, Magie
n 10 to
isjuu uohi lootn picas, croesea. AM.
6UO0 Plain Gold Kings ,
Woo Chased Gold Riogs 4 to
lotuo BtonebetandbitDetKings.tCO to
loouu Calilorais Diamond Kings... 8 to
75ou bets Ladio' Jewelry Jet aad
Gold . 6 to IS do
6000 bet Ladies' Jewelry Cameo,
- Fearl, Opal A other btonee.. 4 to 15 do
louu uold rens, ouvar ttxiansioo
Holders and Pencit.....
10000 Gold fern and Gold Mount
ed Bolder . . ,
6000 Gold Pens and Gold Exten
4 to 10 do
5 to 18 do
sion holders ......... 15 to IS do
6000 Ladiea' Gilt and Jet buckle. 6 to 15 do
6uuu do do do Hair tiara
ndBalla. to 1ft do
AKBAB.DALR as COH Manufacturers' Agent,
'o. 1CT Broadway, New York,
Announce that all or tts above batot aood will bo
told lor One DUiar each.
In oonaequeoue of th great stagnation of trad
in tbe manulsctannfr. dietoci of luiKlieid, tbroush
tbe war bavirut oat off tbe supply of to uon, a lare
quanuif of Valiiabla J?wa-r, originally Pleaded
lor the Enijlib market, baa been sent oil for sal
m this country, and must 6 arid at any ucrifia Un
der these cirunmstaocea, AXKiNUauA A OO., act.
ing aa agent for tbe principal European Manuiac
turera, Lave reaUved upon a great Gut Apportion,
vunl to be divided accord. ox to lb foilowius: reuu
lation: - -we.
Cet tificate of tbe Tariona article are put Into an.
velopea irdisonmiaateiy, aealed up, and when or
dered, ar taaen out without regard to choice, and
eat by mail, thu showing 00 lavohbsm. oa re
receipt ol the certihcale, you will sea what you are
to have, and tbaa it is at your option to send tbe
dollar and take the article or not. Purchasers may
thus obuia a Gold Watch, .Diamond King, or any
set of Jewelry on our list for Oae Dollar.
Send 25 Cent for Certiacate.
In all transections by mail, w shall charge for
forwarding ib Coruhcaies, paying postage and
doing tbe business, 6 ceuu each, which must te
enclosed when Ibe Certificate is sent for. Fi e Cer
ti&cates will be sent lor f I, eleven for i, thirty lor
to, sixiy-hY for W; one buadrad lor 1S.
WHat the "Press" saj of Us.
Gbcat Uirr CurraiBSTioii. A rare opportunity i
offered lor 01 taming watches, chaiLs, diamond
riug-, silverware, etc., by Messrs. Armadale A Co.,
at Ho. lo7 Broadway. Tbey have an immense slock
of articles, varying in value, and all are ottered at
oa dollar each, ibe distribution ia very fairly
done you agree to lake a ceruncat of a certain ar
ticle, enclosed in aa envelope, and not required to
pay your dollar unless you are satisfied with tbe ar
ticle, which will certainly be worth more than that
amount, and ma? be t u or lino. A a excellent mod
tins ol utvesung a dollar. nndot, Tma.il. i Cru.
February IS, lseo. "
Messrs. Airandal A Co. bv long been person
ally known to us, and we believe them lo be vary
worthy of public conhdeoce-A'. i: ScottuA Amcr.
Jour. June li, U04.
We have inspected, at th office of Arrandale A
Cd.'a Agency for European Msnufsctunog Jewel
ler, a large assortment of faahionabie and valuable
jewelry 01 the newest pattern. We also noticed a
large quanbty of silver plate, and understand that
tbe whole of these newly imported articles are lo bs
disposed of on a novel principle, giving great ad
vantage to buyers, and affording extensive em
ployment to agents. We know the firm in queabon
10 be very repectab'e and thoroughly worthy of
public confidence, and recommend our friend to
read the r advertisement. -V. 1'. Aioion, Septem
ber 3, lsti4.
By Messrs. Arrandale A Co.' arrangement, th
advantage must be oa tbe aide of the customer,
for be has everything to gain and nothing compar
atively to lose. He anowa what b will get for hi
dollar beforeband, and he need not aend it if he is
not saUitisd. A". Y. Weekly Xewi, Aug. 6, 1804.
KanotHEKT fob Lames. Ths most eligible and
profitable employment we hare heard of lor ladies
is the r'e of ceruficauM lor the Great Gift Distribu
tion of Arrandale a Co A lady of our acqtuiutenoe
has been Tory urcessful in tin way, not only in
filling ber own parse, but also ia doing a good turn
to those to whom she sold tbe Certificates, as will
be teen by our advertising columns. Gentlemen
can aiso be thus engaged. N. Y. Sunday Jfsituri,
Augubt 14, 1804.
In our column the reader will find an advertise,
treat of Arrandale A Co ' Gift Distribution of
watches, jewelry and silverware. In payment of
that advertisement wo reotived several Bet of lb
Jewelry advertised, and we era warranted in Baying
that, both in finish and quality, they eiceeded our
expectation. They turned out to be just what
they had been re pre anted. True fiemocrot, (Lew
ittvwn.) Any. 17, I at. I. . . j
AGKYl'e). We want agent in every regimant.
and in every town and county in th country, and
those acting as such will be allowed 10 centa on
every Ceit hcate ordered by them, provided their
remittance amount to on dollar. Agent will col
lect 16 cent for every Certincate, and remit 16
cent to us, either in cah or 0014 tamps.
ARRANDALE ft CO.,
la Broadway, Maw Tork.
Or No. 854 King street, Charleston, & a
febS d4l oew w4t
l GOLD AND SILVER fl
H-i- WATCHES. M-S-
aTl PT4 Qilaanr XT TliamAnrl Oemtm m-A D.'.M aTwae.
kj luh 6itTr0ru(H Blana, Bnttbr Covliri, Dinoor
ftad Te bernc). Piuh. Hewta? MachiDea. Vsk
Chains. Brsv eta, Lot-ltotri, Gold f.uoi beU oi
Worth Oat) Million Dollars.
To be Sold t One Dollar Each, without
lle,.-J At- rw 9
avegaru tu tailie,
and not to be paid for antil yon know what you ar
SAMUEL C. RICKARBS & CO.,
.. HHTABLlflHtD 1857. 1 !
The Largest Manutactarer aad Originators of th
ihsir.buuon, conducted for year oa stnctlv Hon-
oralile Principles, aud to the eubre aahslactioa of
ail woo patronite us, oner the usual
CaUlogue of Rich and Valuable Articles, One
. Dollar Each.
TS Piano Fortes, each . . $500 lo 8700
IM Hewing Machines, each to 150
9UU t me tld Chrtmometer Wh has,
each. . . .. 800
S00 Pine Gold English Lever Watches.. 1M
0 Ladies' Gold JOnanMled biioa
vv HoiidbUver liunt'g Lever Watches.. 840 lo 8-iu
nu bilver leaner beu. ....... IKU to 160
ltt) Bi.ver lea ..... - . ,, , u lo 16U
3,i Knglwh bilver Cruet Brand ir to 90
X.mil Mil.r Knnt ll.n. , ,, , 11 to 80
AU tbe above list of good will be told for on
dollar each. Certificates of all the various articles,
s a ips, what each on can have, era first put into
envelopes. Beaten op, ana mtxea; and, when or
dered, are taken out without regard to choice. Bad
seut by marl, thus giving all a fair chance. Oa re
ceiptor the Certificate you can sea what you can
nave, aau uen it is si your opuen 10 sand oa dol
lar and take the article or not.
One Certificate may obtain yoa a field Watch, Bar
vice 01 ouvor ruua, or say ewer Tamable amci.
THKKB W ILL BK NO BLANKS.
On sealed envelop containing aa order for oa
or tne vaiuaoi articles oa mr list, will be seat lo
any address oa receipt ol 86 cent. for 81. IS
fcirai.Hi with a premium for !. 100 with a rra
miutn solid Bilver tiuatieg Case Watch. $16. Per
feot sauaanboB guaranteed ia all cases. Good not
pleasing the taste or fancy of our customer will
be exenanged tree of coat.
Agent and others will be allowed 10 rent oa
each certificate ordered by them, provided aot leaa
iiianaix araoruereu bib um. Agenta will collect
Si cents for each certificate and remit 16 cent each
to aa. Address all order to
uilillhrc Dlpvitna & m
n . w u w. ... 11. k v. vy ,
P. O. Box, SS78. 108 Nasaan .Street, N. T,
Great chance to mak mousy. Ageal wanted
eTerywoera. fetal -warn
In Chanoery at IfcMinnrille!
M. H. fiwyn, con-iplainant, "J
EdmoTd Tr AtL B,D-
l C 11 PPr"'f! o the aabafactioa of
me Liera ana naater, rroni affidavit, thai deaendaBi
PeadietoB I a Boa-reeideal of tbe btate'bf Tenses,
ree, so that tha ordinary procese of law runnt ha
"i upon aim: ttia tne rerore ordered that pub.
beau oa be made, Jbr four eoasacutive weeks, ia Ihe
riasnvtiie linion. a BewsnarAr imiMibIvs . rv.
- j . . imuuiii i iTuiriug aaia neaBdant
to appear oat tbe first day of our next Court, to be
held at McMinnville, th Moaday la Marca, 166,
t Plead, aiiewer or demur toeotcpiaraaats UlL or
-" in tvuans sjvooaresned, es 10 bun, aad
set for heanng ex pan. J. F. MORFOKD, C. A M.
ouu-wtt- ... j. tutuxaa, D. Q.
In Chanoery at Linden, Tenneesee.
NOVEMBER. RXTK3, ISM.
vs V Onmaal Ri,l
Joha B. andrew a, et ai.
UN iraosioa of corjupMiBents. Iiv their solicitor.
and il appearing lo the aahslactioa of theCl.rk and
Master, bom aa allegaisia to compte neat's bul
that tne oeleadtais James aad pevtoa Tavlcf,
franc is liiebart and her hashaed l'iiiirt Iia.
ban, are Bun-rasideau ot Ibe stale ol Tcrnrtrn i
IT ie therefore orderad thsl twiiiM.,.nM
for font coeencutive weeas it tbe Wehville L'nioa.
a newspaper published ut tbe eity of Nasbvilie, re-
TomBg me sice oeieouau'a te appear at to next
lenn of u.e Chaaeecv Ooert u, te aeU ior ice
county of !. ry, at the courthouse ta to tcwa of
Liodes, oa trie fir Tbttrsdsy a tar th Arat Moa
day a April lexi, then and inanw to eater ifcetr de
aanc lo eomblsinaot s buL or the aame will be la
ke lor confess! d. aad set for heanaa a narte as
to 'bem. A. M. IbuMAd. CAM.
I AewBt wanted to Ball a ma
wcwderfui blol-4 an.-. m i
tba mnit, ehnp one U-saaaJ. Ailraaa kdi A
a . w - t i if I I , v
DAILT AXO r7SXLT
Terms of Subscription.
(PATABLI IV ADTAXCE.)
DAILY, Pit TEAR...
WEEKLY, out tsar .
u alX K0NTH3.,
Established in 1862,
AH0 ROW a ROUT 1KTI8IX9 ITS
li firm and consistent in ita support of
the Federal Administration, and par
ticularly of the wise and lUteamanltfce
policy of the President for the restora
tion of Southern States, to their Con
stitutional relations with the Union.
It ought to be supported by all loyal
citizens and by all who wish to keep
posted in the current news of the day
It will give daily the latest political,
commercial and miscellaneous intelli
gence from all quarters.
A'OW IS TBS TIME TO SUBSCRIBE
SOW IS TBE TIME TO SVBSORIBEt
A'OW IS TBE TIME TO SUBSCRIBE!
KQW 13 TBE TIHE TO SUBSCRIBE I
OXLY fl 60 FOR THREE MONTH SI
ONL Y 83 60 FOR THREE MONTHS!
ONLY $3 (0 FOB THREE M0XTBSI
OSLY 1 60 FOR THREE UONTHSI
Throughout Tennessee and the adjoin'
ing States, and is therefore
a desirable medium to
Its circulation is daily increasing,
and the paper must, in a short time,
find ita way into erery city, .Tillage
and hamlet in the country.
It is emphatically the friend of
, ; : . : ; ,t' " i i .. ..
Is prepared to execute neatly, every
At Low rrloes and tt Short Nob'o.
It is the Host Complete Job Office in
In Chancery at IXcSfinnTlUe, Tenn.
-- FKBRUART RLT.SB, 1868. -
r. K. Bell aad W. T. WniUs, lU r of Wdb. While,
. M. Wartanon.
IT aPDeann lo tha aabsfartme n r-.-rV mA
Waster, from aft davit, tbal lb defendant, H. M.
Wauersoa, ia cot (a reaadeat of tb btato of Tea-
It ii therefore erdered that bbkii.i ha wmAm
kit tour eoosecvhv week in the Janv.lie Uasao,
""-"i r Jtsiispa ia ui cuy oi uabvuio, re.
uirung l&e asi de(adot lo anrssw a ma
day of Bt Court, Ic a eeidat taOminboM
m llcXiaaviIi oa tt fourth Monday la MsFTh,
ISC4, tbea aad tbar to Meed, saerar or daeenr a.
CQir,p'.4.aant Mist 1m Bsana w.U be takea tor
corjaeead acat a aad set rr hsavng ex aarta.
.. , . r r. t'jw witi.'.c. t.
raSl-Wfa ; lJ.LiMr,l,C
SAMBURG PORT UPE WIRE
PURE AXD FOUR YEARS OLD.
FOR TEE C02I2IIJXI03 TABLE
1!SD FIHILT USE.
Prescribed by Physicians for Females
Weakly Persons and Invalids.
Excellent Uise for Females.
Every family at thi caaaoa shoold naa
81MBUBQ FORT WISE.
Celebrated in Europe for it madiciaal aad bene
ficial qualities, highly esteemed by eminent phy
sicians, used in European aad American Bospitals.
and by some of the first famihe ia urope and
AS A TO.MC
It has bo equal, causinr a appetite and building
up th system, being entirely a pore win of a
moat valuable grape.
AS A DIURETIC
It impart a healthy action of the glands, kidneys
aad urinary orfrana, very beneficial in dropsy, gout
nd rbeumauc adectiona.
I a pure article from the (uie of tbe Port Grapt,
pOBseasin medical pre pert lea superior to aoy oth
er win in use, and an excellent article for all weak
and debilitated persons, and th aged and infinn.
improvioc lb appetite, and benehuin ladle and
r Try it one ant you will not b deceived.
aw Be sure the aifrnalure ot Alfred bpeer ia over
tbe cork of each bottle,
a. Bold by W. J. C. W. SMTTH. MashviU,
wbo also sell th CAaTELLA t-ORT BRaMjY, a
choice old article, imported only by Mr. bpeer, di
rect from Oporto.
Ibe trade suppUed byR. A. ROBINSON A CO.
Louisvil a, Ky., and by all wboleaala dealers in
New Tork, Philadelphia, Cincinnati and bl. fxHlls,
aad by A. BPKtR, at hi Vineyard, New Jersey.
Principai Office, Ko. 2Ut, Broadway.
New York. ;
dec2l-th tu A aat and w BOW ly
In Chancery at McMinnville, Tenn.
FiiavakT Rclis, 18(18.
J. D. Goodpaatur, complainant,
Tb Widow and Hair of 9. Greenhalgb, dee'd.
IN this cause, it appearing to the C.erk and Mas
ter that tbe widow ol tt. Greenhalfih, dee'd, Mary
OreenhalKb, Jamea Ureenhalfih, aad Julia Oreeu
halKh, be.rs of 8. C-rreenhslKh, deceased, are
noo-residente of the Stats ol Teocese, so tbal the
ordinary process ot law cannot lie served upou
It is therefore ordered that publication be made
for four uccessrve weeks, in the Niiahville Weekly
Union, a newspaper published in tbe city of Nash
ville, Tenuesree, requiring said doendaut to ap
pear on the Bis; day of our next Court, to be held
at McMinnville, on tbe 4th Monday in March, lrni6,
to answer complainants' bill, or the same will be
ttkea for confessed and set for hearing expert as
lo them. J. t. niUKl-olUi, u. el m.
Iebld-w4t - By i V. Bias, D. C,
In Chancery at McMinnville, Tenn.
FuacasT Rule, 1866.
Cyrus BiUingsly Adm'r, and others, complainants.
Abijab Craae, Moses Poor and wife Par'tlla Poore,
. Moore and Klizabeth Moore, and th heirs
of R'jssell Crane, whose residence is unknown,
ana c-ners, aeienuanie.
M this cause it appearing to the Clerk and Mas
ter that the above named defendants are non-resi
dent of tbe btate ot Tennessee, so that tbe ordi
nary proces of law cannot be served upon them I
It ie therefore oidered that publication be made
fbr four consecutive weeks, lathe Nsehville Union,
a newspaper published in tbe cuy of Nashvlle, Ten
nessee, n quiring said defendants to appear on the
first day of next Court, lo be held at the courthouse
in McMinnville, oa the fourth Monday in March,
1866. then and there to plead, answer or demur to
complainant's Bill, or th same will be taken for
confessed as to them, and set for hearing ex
parte. J. t. mukfuku, .:. A M
fiblO 4tw By I. C. Biles, i. C
In Chancery at Charlotte.
Sarah J. Walker,
Lewis Rosbell and Joseph Phillips.
IT appearing to th satistacbon of the Clark aad
Master that tbe defendant, Liewis Rosbell and Jo
seph runup, are non residents of th biaie ol Ten
nessee, so that the ordinary process of law cannot
be aerved upon them: It is therefore ordered that
punlicabon be made, for four successive weeks, in
tne nasnviue union, ordering said non-iesident de
fendants to apyear at the next term of said Court.
to be held in the Court-house, at Charlotte, on the
Sd Mouday in March, lMJd, to plead, answer or de
mur to said tail, or tbe earn will be taken lor con
fessed, and sal tur hearing exparte.
fetal wit R. M. BALI
BALDWIN, C AM.
- In Chancery at McMinnville.
FEBRUARY RULES, 1866.
Jane Jonas, complaisant. 1
a yPefa'uon for Divorce.
Benjamin rfones, aeienaani. j
IT appearing to tha sabtfactioa of the Clerk and
Master, from affidavit, that defendant Jones is a
aon-resideot of I ha Btate of Tennessee, bo tDM uie
ordinary process of law cannot be served on hue;
It i therefore ordered that publication be made tor
nureonsocuuve weeks, in the ra hville Union, a
newspaper pubitohed ia tha sity of Nashville. Ten-
neesee, requiring said defendant to appear on Uie
tt day of enr next Court, to be heid at McMinn
Tilie, on theeth Monday in March, lstai, to plead,
answer or demur lo complainant's bill, or the same
will be taken for eonfeased, as to him, and set lor
bearing exparte. J. WUKfUKU, C. A M.
febilt By J. C Biua, V. C.
In Smith County Circuit Court
October Rule. Ia Clerks OSce, February it, 18M.
Thomas M Hughes,
v V Bill foi Dirorc.
Martha jam Hughes.
ON motion of com plainaat'a solicitor in this cause.
it appearing to tha satisfaction of the Clerk, oa affi
davit, that defendant is s non-resident of Tennessee;
it is uiereiorw oraerea uuu aouce ds given By pub
lication ia tb NanbTilie Union, a newspaper pub
lished in tbe eity of Nashville, Tennea-ee, four sue-
oeesiveweeas, requiring said Mann Jan Uugnes
lo appear before the next Circuit Couitof bmith
county, Tennessee, setting at tbe Court hone in
Carthaire, ou tbe ita Mondav m March next. Irw.
then and there lo plead, ilmiir or answer to com.
piawaoi s un, or uie sajn will tie taken 'or con'
leased aad sat down for bearing exparte, as to her.
WM. J. CLEVELAND, Clerk.
ibdzi w per J. tr. wiuiasoa, l. c.
In Chancery at McMinnfille.
FEBRUARY RULES, 1306.
Lewis Fauikaar, and othus, complainaata.
vs V O. Bill.
The heirs of John Uookey, their same unknown,
Mary Cobb and her ohildren,tbeir Dames ua anowa
tocompiainaat, laaas Cooker. Ktctiard f
aad Jona Webb and hi wife. Ana. formerly Ann
ft'nAAraaaa rtaifen.ian I I
IT pparing ta tb satisfaction of the Clerk and
Master, from aifidavit, that tbe above named de
fendants are non residents ot tha Bute of Tennee
see. so that the ordinary process of law cannot be
Brw upou uei.ii: li is toereiot Bordered ttst pub-
JT i i ,, consecutive weeka, in the
eiiTiiiw vmon,B BewBDWDer OurSiNhed mlhn.i.
of aahvlUa, requiring said defendants to appw
oa tha first dav of our next Court, to held at Mo
Minnvilie, on tha tth Uon lay in March, Isett, lo
ptead. answer or demur to mmD'uinmu i-n n.ii,.
sai win us lua mr coBiesaed, ail to Uiem, and
arww ivt arawtaa, Mat sso
. J. . MUKf URD, C. A M.
leraa-wn- Dy J. C. Buss, 1. 0.
In Chancery at McMinnrille.
FEBRUARY RULE3, 18C&.
Carolina Towte and Belli N. Oihbs. complainants.
vs. Pabu- Koech. xleanetta Roacb, Joaephin
w.ii, wiMm nosjen, oeieoaanta.
IN tail causa ll fiDDeehna In tha ii,fc.i; i I
. l . r i .. ' ' . .. .
ui ums si aster, rrotn amaavit, that tbe alwve
Bamed defendants are ana rsmnt. cj ih. v,.,.
i rauuii bu uiat uie orai nary procea of law can
aot te served oa them: It is therefore ordered tbal
acbticahoa be made, ior four oossecutive weeks,
ia tbe Nabvill Union, a Newspaper published in
mvu7m --MvNTiiie, 4aaneaaee. rvummj u,.
dafaadante lo appear on tha first usy of our next
Court, to b- held at atcM.nnviile. on tne 4tn Mon
day ia March, IStte. lo plead, mnn r.r .
eempiaiaaau' UK, or the aame w II b takea for coa-
sinnas iu ujeui, ana set tor beanrg
. J. F.itORFOhl
hi-. C. A M.
ty J. C. Bilbs, I. a
In Chancery at McMinnTilIe, Tenn.
Paactr Reus. 1SCA.
A. W. Brswar compuunanL
T. Mo), bid.
IB this causa, a appearing to tb aatiifactioo of
the Clerk aad Master, imm AuiLiaiiui'i till I
iisnnaai. is a aoa-raaideet of th btate of Tea
Beeeee, ae that tb ordiaary proces of law cannot
b rvd upoa him: It ia Iherefore ordered that
puurcauoa ua made, nr loor cause. itiva weeka.
um cwuvilie union, a wewswaner DOhiislui ,n tk.
etty of Nashville, requu-iDg saad deieodant ta appear
oa tbe first day of our rn-xt term of Court, lo be
held ra tbe loam of MeMmnvil'e, Tenneatee.oo tbe
fourth Monday In March next, lo plead, answer or
demur te enti.piainaoi'a bill, or the same will be
aasea ur coo tossed, a Ie bin), and set fcr bearuuf
' I. S'. nrvnu, K. W SI.
fcWA-rit i J . .- ijj.c. feiLta, l. C
Ia Chancery at McXLoaville, Tenn.
FlBBDAtT RttLU, 1806.
Cyras Billmgtly and Isaac Fiutclae, Adm'rs.
' P. Crux, ahaMwnsrasbonls is unknowa.
IK this cause, it aaveanes lo the Clerk and Mas
ter. Irom aadavit, itial th above named aa
dact'a wherestoots ts uaknew : It ia therefore
ordered tost paDUoauoa be scaie Air four suceee-
. weese, la us raasnv-ua l nxn, a aewspapsr.
pwcrisoed la tbe otv ef baabvute. Tanni m i. re-
eairjM Uie said as randan as aeuearoa ta trst
aayof eur next Oeurt. toba beid si McV navui
a una loorth suausT in March, 1C4, tno and
uiere to ewad, aawwer or demur lo eompsainaat s
bui. or to aatn wdi bw lakaa for eonens A ajramst
auat asai set iu Aaanag ex pane.
. f.jwvvtij. c. a.
avt'-O 'If - fcyJ.t.ii;Laa,P.&
bTTSXi Tf Tin J
Dtaderlck tad Union Streets,
And luive th advantage that reliable Steam Power
gives, for turning out work rat idly, add
baring recently mad larg addition
to our already extensive stock of
Priatifcg Material, we ar BoW
prepared to execute at
short notice, and oa rea
sonable terms, avery
PLAIN AND FANCY
Railroad, Steamboat. !&nd Commercial
Bill-Heads, Theatre. Show, Concert
and Eallroad Tickets,
Theatre. Show and Concert Fosters
Bills of Fare for Hotels and Bestan-
Steamboat Manifests, Bills of Lading:,
Dray Tickets, Druggists' Labels,
LETTER-HEADS, L1VT BLINKS, Ac, It
Staff, OOUIlty & GCTpOratlOn
eOOK-BIHOIKG AND RULING
DONE AT SHORTEST NOTICE.
YV respectfully inTito a hbAral patron
age, knowiDg that our stylo of workman
ship cannot b eicelleJ, or our term com
In Chancery at UcilinnTille, Tenn.
Frsarasr Ritu. IIKSC.
Aodlay, Mary and 1 homes barr.sou, aad others:
va. i- Bid lo sell Lead.
Joaepb Hamaoa, Andiey aad Elisabeth Wiseman,
veuy Btcuregor, Jamea iwreaus aad wile Vur
rmia. 1 this cause, !t sooearinf to the aatisfarboa of
tha Clerk sod Master that the aiov aamed de
feadaaui are aoa-raai-iesls of lb exa'o of lennee
aee, eo that toe ordinary process of law ess aot be
aerved onoa therm it is therefore ordered that pub
lication be made for lour succaastve waka. as lis
Nashville l'nioa, a aewspaper a-ibnabad ia ire
city of Naabvuie, Twweaaee, reqn.nng said de
feoduta lo BBnsaroa Ibe brat osy of ear aaxt
Court, to be beid at the Court boias ut Ma1 na
vuie. oa lb toonb afoaday ta Hsreh aaxt, isea
and loers to ptead, aaswer or demur lo complete-
ant s 1L or tbe same wui o taxes lor cor Isassil ss
to tbeoa, acd sat lot Bearing ax parus
I. ffonruiuj, v. at.
B i. U fcujsH. C.
RE1L ESTATE iGEUT,
PURCHASES AND SELLS REAL ES
tUfs, Collect Rents, Lezjea Dwt.
iirifjs, Farm,' Gardens, Lota,
. ,. Storehouies, cttx,
And girea prompt attention to the per
fecting of Negotiations.
8 tat. County, and Nashville City Officials.
Here bar of the two Branches of the jiashvii: City
Editors aad Publishers of Nashville C:y Daily Is-pers.
Post Master, NaahyilJa, Tennessee,
Office aad ReaUeare, corner of Capitol Aven
ne and Park street, opposite esal front ol to btai
Capitol, Nashrtile, Tennessee.
SITUATED in Carroll county, Mimwppi, ia tha
laaoo Valiey, a lew miles from Uarroiitoa, ccn
800 or 1000 Acres,
free from overflow, and in the heart of tb finest
Coun growing region ta the bouth. Tbe land ha
heretofore yieiued from oae lo one aad a hail hales
of Otlton In the acre. The place s in gv-od condi
tion, and otters peculiar advantages, be ng conve
nient lo the market, and in every re-peel, suitable
lor raising a hoe crop of cotton.
To person having Uie neeeaearr capital at their
command, this plantation otters great luducemeuts,
Rent s per acre, Appi? U
II. O. 8COVKL.
1?OR SALE 23 Acre good Garden Land ; Brick
I1 Bou of two rooui and kitchen; srooS
house. Within forty steps ol tha bouse oae of th
best spou springs ia the country. Two miles from
Nashvule, oa the Vaughn Pike, between Mr. Mc-P-imn's
and Mr. K. Truit's. Pnce ,7u); one bait
cask, balaaoe in one year. App-y lo
li. O. MCOVKL,
Wll SALE A small Frame House, lot !iTO, on
Jackson street, norlbol Uie Corporatioa priu
1X)R RENT Five room in third tory, sonth
west corner Cedar and Cherry street, lor two
years from January Ut, ItkKi, at I0U per annum,
and VM bonus. These rooms are well located lor
buetnees otnt-ee, and cheaper I haa any w kaow
OI averaging $13 ou per tueaih lor rath.
T.10R SALE 2700 Acrea of Land, 6' mile from
X? Ihe bewanee OtsU Mines, Manon rouuty, Tenn.,
wdh good improvements. Saw Mill in ruumna or
der; the general outline and description ol winch
will tie given. Price f-i per acre s cash, balance
t aud i year. Will exchange lor uty or country
"C103 SALE, or EXCHANGE FOR NASHVILLE
Cil'Y fKUPtrlll. ewAlbanv, Ind.. proper
ly as follows : A two suiry Frame Uous ia perfect
repair, newly painted, oa second bank of the Ohio
nver. in lull view of it, near tbe foot of Uie Fsils;
Id rooms, presses, cupboards, pantry, cellar and
cistern under Ihe bouse, btahle under ground.
24x41. Wood sited, Ac-, Ac. House stands m) feel
bt'k from oae street and 40 feet from the other.
Lot is on the corner, euxieu, with rear leocini.
Also two eotuvee, of three rooms each, ou lot
IHuxlrv, with rear leac e ; cistern to each noue.
and well lor both. All valued at f Ui.uuo.
E0R BALE lfii reel on North Front street, east
side, aext north of aud ad)oning rlrtdge street.
a Down as in tinea erioge lull buuse propertv,
embracing the Toll- House and large Uvery statue.
It will be auid aa a whole er ia Iota. Now rented fur
over glfsAi per auauui.
pOR PALE A small Farm of SS Acres, oa th
nncK unurco rise, j mile north of INai-hviI.e,
well improved. Frame house of three rooms, at
tic, hall and kitchen. Two enrtmii. has vouuir or.
i u.i u v, gwiiuii trews, ju i uegiouiog to Dear, ap
ples, peaches, plums, cherries and orum. an well
enclosed. i30 per acre; one-luut caeh. taJsnce
ib one jaiir. f usseasit a given January 1st, Iboo,
XOR SALE A School Cab, iD good order with
lisuie narneaa. frice J
FIR BALE 20, 41, or M'., reel front en North
Cherry btreet, loo leet deep, next north of the
Commercial iiotei. This is a central bu.ineis lo
cality, fnce Ji'n per foot. One-bail carb, balauce
ui auu a jears, miorvn anil lieu.
jpOR BALE One of Chickling's Tine Piano.
TOR RENT A new Frame House of 3 rooms,
in rortb Nashville, near the residence of Mr.
F. K. Cliaathsm. Price Uoo per annum.
"CK1R RENT-Fifteen Acres of good Land, at Brst
-A- Toll-gat oa t.allatin 1'ixe.
Ivok SAL15-4fl4 feet, corner Vine and Union
streets, opposite u.e m,lv-i or Mr. irr.v.
.i ieni ro a. rnce sjow per foot,
a tine residence.
A noble spot kr
No. 247 For Sale,
riin AT VALUABLE BRICK riWKI.f.f Nt3.
A J4 Cedar Street, lonir im.h mM II:. Iir M.roi
1'ieperty, well situated ior spires, ortices. or. in fai-t.
witiwm muj mr, ouwiuesH, ii being on i lis great
thoroughfare lo the (Mate Capitol, Pu&ic Square aud
loort Hou. e, aad very centrally locauxl. Cspnalisu
may well gie this ateutma. Lot 4a'x1. prce
s l.tsaj. Halt, ca.h; balaace, on aud l )aara!
IfOK SALE. KUKNA VISTA Si'KlNGS-ttX
Acres: one suisl II Frame Hmidini n two rooms:
e-ecea in order j THREE HULHhL It BPHltt
wane, rled. and Kis-k: Tw FresaiM Mitiohi.
Ooe cistern on tbe hill : ti 3 feet front oa the buena
Vista Pike: trie entire nt-t is about aouaia. Oo
the V.l'ym acrea are found h'll, gien, bower, reoess,
roi ka in bold rel'ef. Dreciptce. flat, apnoirs. ereak
and a romantic drive. 1 hta pa;luresue Watering
Place, in poeseeeion of the right man, can be made
the moat alt-active summer rmort alxwit Nashvillei
audbeicgoniy miles from the city, a eaeily
reached ov private conveyance, and no douM be
fore many months will be scces.itse by Htreet Rail
road, x'nee I s,"', oo easy lerms. A poly lo
11. O. bCO il, Kaal Ksuiu AgeaC
lORSALE One anil a naif aorv BRICK HOI.,
0. It., West Side Of hoilUl ri,rrv Hirt. in
w srj, of lour roome two up, aad twr dowa stairs.
y Irani water, eond feai-e. store-room sod close.
Lot 'lloi. Prue H.'.'w-tl utscaab. baiauca la S
auu u iiiontna , uiterest sod haa.
UR HALE PRICE DWELLI.NQ of 4 rooms,
dmiua room, kitcnao and servants' room. I u
aexl6 North Market street, aexl aruin of dwaliiug
i,OM cash ; Iwsace ia t and x years.
r ri i.r. r Bat s, n nmK Ml ICleeSe f a
x ood rooms, lot StftWu, tti'rd bouse oa frai'a-
ui t'J. rnce i 1, -nft t,Sii easn ; balaace is cue
yeari interest and luwi. apptv lo
nnHE ERWI.V HOl'HE for Laner-Th,. at .
1 of tbe largest Hotels ia Nasriville, heingainy
ruoma, and in aa excet:o locauty, aad w.triaj
.ic aod txi'icwN. The Aimiture of the bouse
wr i sum ar. appraiiMNl pneaa ; and UoW leased
at r,(ui aersnnam, 4vr avur year, rrooa Jaauary
Real Ealaia AganA, eoraar Capitol A vwaue aad Park
v.-' i.,M mimrv. vug uu, rm vtrsM aa I I ,n
For any of tha above meabosed prw-artv anU
to 11. O. BLOVL.L; HI
REAL ESTATE AfJUiT.
Corasr ef Park Btrawt sad Cao'tol A'wsca, appoatt
Avast rraat of IMaisua tap.kit.
8,o Basljal. of Dried Peachea,
0,B of Dried Apptea,
0 Poerviaof Feather ,
V . of Beeewax,
6,uou Pouad of G.aaenl7
6UrU0 IW.jaof Wool
waica tha higheet market pneee miilb paii
W kare ia store and for sal to close coasiga.
MK Poands bast mad Smoking Tobacco, '
109 Box sad boxes V:r. Chewing Tooacoo,
00 BUs Roberton county Whi.-ky.
A VKKf LARGE HTOCK OP
Bigglng, Rope I Baling Twlaf,
All of which we will sell as cbasp a eaa be bona hi
tfl Loutsvule, bt. Louis or Ciacinnaa marketa.
WE ARE ALPO THE SOLE AGENTS FOB
For(Ts Phosphate or Fertilizer.
To tbe Practical aVBiar tb afaaaity for this ar
bde ha long bsea knows, and we ar happy to as
sure then mat we shall be real tar keep a hal stok
of it always oa band.
bead u your orders early, or scad and gat circu
lars. ALLISONS & KIRKMAN,
, SI aad as a.
NASHVILLE, - .
Mill Steacislitp Coapinj's
TOUCHINQ AT MEXICAN PORTS.
Aad Carrytag the InlteA aUstea Mall.
IEAVE PIER No, 4t NORTH RIVER, foot of
j Canal street, at 11 o'clock Boon, oa th 1st,
lull, and lit of every month except when ibee
days fall oa bunday, aad tbea oa tb preceding net
urday), for AaPIAWALL, ronnecun. via Panama
kaiiway, with oa of the Comra.y a btamahi
from Panama lor SAN r'RACl."CJ, louxhiag at
lot-ARIZtiN.i, connecting with SOLrEN CITT.
loth tifc.Mtx caALM.il, eon nac ting w.ta .v
LOR Ms I.
ilst-MiV TORK, connecting with CONBTirU-
lteparturea of 1st and (1st connect at Panama
with dteamera for rial iTH PA CI' 1C iXihlb. '1 nose
of 1st touch at MAMA MLOx;.
THaocoa rataa aaita nt crasxacT.
First Cabin. tfecood Caorn. Steerage.
300. SUOO. flUO,
A c'iacounl of OWE t f A RTER from sieamera'
rslee allowed lo second cabin and average passen
gers, with families. Aiao aa allowanca ol UM
tUAKTtt en throngh raise to clergymea end
Ueir families, and school tew, hers; solai.ra baviag
bocorabie diwharges, HALF rAKK.
One Uundrcl Pounu Usgsge lowd each
adult. rias'i(4i!-MaHfers acompauv bmaett
through, and attend lo ladies aad chiidrea without
male protectors, fctsggege received o tb du,-k
day before aai ing, from teaiUiaia, railroads, aad
pmi-aenirers who preier to seed down early.
An experienced surgeoaoo bosrd. Medieiaeand
A btenmerwill be placed en the line .Tannery 1st,
lstifl, to ran Irom NEW OULkjLNS to ASPIN A Lb,
For PH.nsare TVk ts or farther informal! rn. ap-
f y at the Company's ta-ket orbco, on th Whait,
uotoi Canal Street, bo'tb River, New ork
F. W.O. BiXLOWU, Agent.
United States Steel Pen Works
FACTOBY. CAMDEN, N. J.
R. ESTERBR00K &. CO.,
STEEL PEX MANUFACTURERS,
WAREHOUSES " ?Y . V- . t " . .
I .-w. mmm wvw.
SAMPLES and pncea on spplicatloa. Lota mai
to order ot any patter or stamp re.iiine.1.
Carvios. 1 hee Pens are ot gmuine Ameri-aa
manufacture and e.Ual in haish. rl.l city aud fins
Bess of punt lo the beat imported. They are,
tiwrefure, sure lo gain Iheoonn Inure of the Ameri
cas p.ibtic. Toe hv-.irttile of otr eituaiure lesuih
rient security again.! fcreifm urn su.iq.
swa- rurssle at retail br nl aiiciser in lb
Unite.1 State. H. KilKKbKOal A Co.
ecutl o eod
Immense Im provrment.
HICKS' PANTR.NT I'lKElT AfTlui RE01P-
saving i per ft
In. Iioo and
nutiilrer o f
Ihe best en-
mi in steam
The cheapeM. mamlnL most . nn.i. t ami durst. a
Ailaxfe,! to Msnne. Stribonarv. lorUWe. Loco
motive. Oil sud atininv nv, M an. .ir.
Addres. in. HICKS r.M.INK CO.
tdrfriAtue 3 LitsKty et., Sm York:
GAPHID6B & CO,,
Commission Morchant 3
837 MAIN 81 REET, LOUISVILLE, ET.
GEST3 tor U ARCH, BROS., PIERCE A CO.1
ENAMELED WATER PMOOF PAPER COLLAR,
the beat article manufactured, containing so poieo
oous material, and warranted p respiration, proof.
bill. BRoa a co. -a
PATENT EXPANDED 8TAR COLLAR,
showing space for tb cravat, excelling all others
by its supenur shape sad weijeht. and ui tha ex
quisite finish and wtiileuesa of the peps r.
LOCKWOOD'S CELEBRATED CLOTS LIN EI
LADIES PAPER COLLAR.
ALrV. Bvma and Chokers Cl.nh Lined PAPER
CI I Ft-d. f. r Ladiaa aad taeatiemea, Irom same
Chicago ilinuracluricg Ca's LJie
Tatent Enameled CoIUiri t Cuffs.
The Trade seppl.td at Manufacturer s pesrea.
A fall Use of Cloth. Csssi meres. Foots sod Hhoea.
Realf-iwa,f Clotniair, rlooe bkiru, Notioa. Ac..
alway ta block, aad for sale, at
. ded. Ail our Goods arssold xcluat!y
tfl Without ilou hi iri. Anli Int.. awn tsrtisa.ti htr
IRRITATION OK 1 iiE NtCK.
or ts a
INFf.A VMAT!tN t.F THE RIDNETi
CAlAKMii OF THE bLALLKR,
CerbflCBIaa of cures from vwl-knn.. earanae
fWim sil parte of tne conntrv ib e tvuiar. will tm mu!
eu ad.treeung MokoAN A AI.I.KN, Agent,
declo-arn No. 4HiliB-s.ai. .
.7. C. COLLIER,
waoLtsau aa aaran astxaa ra
SCHOOL BOOKS, BLANK BOOKS
GOLD AND STEFL PfNS,
tjrifinrr TIimJ nnA Psnn!.. 1-1
iiiiuii riuiu m iuJjiiij liiKi
HTATI O N Kit V.
UTHT LITERATURE OF THE DAf,
IV o. 37 Union Htreet.
(Bet. Cherry aad College J .
NaaBTiixs ... TiaxKiuia.
ATOrd!! aoLeiiod tor 'r7 daaeriotioa ot Pitaw