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Khille, Aj.nl 14, 1868. I
Buiinei ii bftter, both ia provisioDi nd
produce ; thr in good lur-1 demaod (or
tboe Article, and there ii quite A heavy
Suutbern rail for bacoo and corn.
Tbc following telegraun were recti red on
'l LiDga jeaUrday :
Nrw Toaa, April 13 m.
(.old Ky ; i otlos fiim at 38c, at J id modtrat
r-T. Lot is, April 13.
Coio hibr; 0t tirm, il4c
Maiktt qnikt; tidal."., LArdUld at ISc, Polk
nt J5. nihr aiUctra uacaaneed.
Loiivitir, A piil 13.
M;Lrt unchaotivd, tat teady.
1 be CincioDali Commercial aaja :
IiiacouDtiog at tbe barAi was Dot uci
forinly large lo-dajr i Atber tbe contrary.
though A lew of them did more tbao their
current average ia thia line, but checking
wee unusually heavy. The market remaioa
comfortable With A tendeucy lowaid greater
i-tveu tL.rt.fi were up a fraction in Kew
torkto-dar. atd conaequeully tetter aell
Kg tigurea were established here. They
re bought nbw at par, and auld at ;c pre-
1-ive twenties are not taken by most of
tbe de-iers at better than (.reraium.
We (juote them at AX(a,i)ic premium, lny
mg, 4i4c premium, aciimg.
'len-toMies would be bought by bankers
nt 1SV And aold at Wl'c.
t i.mpouod Interest Notes are taken by
backers on a basis of 5jc premium, fur tbe
insues of December, IMSi.
TLe quolAlioua of tbe Krw York Stock
luarket u our block lloard, to-day, show an
iiiit.rovement in aome casea very marked
tbroU(but tbe entire list, although not
to strong in aome at the close as at the open
tug of business.
'.t here is Lot much Animation in tbe Pro
t l..nr remaina steadr in price, with A firm
feeling on the part of holders, but with no
trade that ia calcu etd to give the market
any spirit. .
t hjice grades of Wheat Are more inquired
tor, and, being in only very mumn.c pU.
plv, are firmer, at the last quotations.
; ..rn is in lair demand At ilai'.'c foi
belied, in bulk, 61a.ic for sucked, :.Ja.'.ac
lor ear. .
Uats we more salable at 3;3oc lor o.
1v ttir S ri. I .
Kye ia in no demand of eoDequence, at
roai.jc lor ftoi. i a."" i.
Barley ia aeliing at 1 15 to 51 2 for
prime tx cho:ce Fall, l 2 for Canada
-priug. Tbe inferior grades are nearly ua-
"" hT.ky lies no market f convequeuce.
Small quautitica of tree aold at i'i 2'-.
lotion u dull and lowtr, bating no mar
ket at 31c.
(. lover ijeed is io fair demaud at for
choice samples. .
m.. iv.ric Held steadily At f 2j. A con-
eei.ion of t,w on tbia ngure as had in some
trai.iact.ou. dunue the lore Part oi ine
da v, but alterwardi it w.s !oiind to be ua
i..ble to bll oidr. at !. H U--'
ai-.t.. .-uiiutrv cut, though ill good
. ... . ,,t,t s ow as VKo lor
Shoulders and O.des, I.K..e; but these Cg
ures are no lair criterion
of the market.
Citv cut bhoulder. are, hov.-ever, obtainable
.ly, looae, and Bides At packed,
b.oon hbouldera would not bi.ug over 12c,
nor bide, more tbau M c, . . "
otters to sell were made, clear t-.dej a
, ... ...I .t 18c. but there is bo de
mand cf cousequence-n.ne to stand that
'fsr-cured Hams remain at last quoted.
t on.rcae 1 Veto.
To the Ediiorsof the Eenrg Pos'.
i i,. vetoee of the Pri'ai.lent
end the iaaa ao of t-- Civil KigbU
i i, i.. .n,.rda of tte tjenaloiial
. .. ! -rvtlv. but iuAppropri-U'ly
called, bAe BAturAlly exciuni the pub-
l,o fwlicg, ud in ini
v' .a .... I 1 a aiAL-Ara
journAle, Mweit " 1 , , '
. .......l tliemelve as tl a Trfe-
idntil veto neowrily implied hoatil
:, ,i,. ,rt nf the 1'rAAidonl VowArd
Cocur-. ; A.ud, ou lb oilier bnd, aa
if r?, ATtog a Vetoed bill by twa-Unrda
4ere An Act of hostility to tbe 1W
dent A jouriiAl or tbu city uaa uaea
.1.. . ........mui UceuAKO oa tlie
Old LUUVl "
lbiAiA entirely wrong There may
U HiTMUal boetility l.etweeu h.gh
f .,.r. or a number of inea m
public bodies So much th. worte for
Ii . ... ,- riMinle aa 1'eople the
v..,n t,.. nothlCA IO do With It v
.. .,,i.l tor by the Coustitu-
. .i . u a remedy AffAinat the
Abuse of the veto power provided for by
iri,- imateA A bill which the
SenAWs decline to ..aaa, no hoatihty of
the SenAte towArdi u ou.e
t.l.ed in the fAilure r the House bdL
tui inuur couauvuliouAl iua
chinery thAt A bill must pa, both
llou.ee. It iA the t.-am,r. J.lein.
If the ri-idunl veUKi a bill )Ad
f, tw.ih House, there i. no hostility to-
ward CocgreaA in the Biutple Act ol tbe
eto. It beiOB to me lua.uiuerj oi
our Constitution. It mAy be ery in
convrninnL but thAt doea not DlAke it
It Cuu-rei repAe Tetoed bill by
tAO-lLird. there no hostility to the
governoieutin thia fact, it belong, to
a,l luaohiuery. The
lraxuera of the ConsUluUeu thought it
wiae te give to the Kxeetiii'e a share in
iIik i-t of tMrfictiu bill into a Iaw,
end they thought it eiAlly wi.e to
lim.i tv.i v tr-oramarv power iu one.
niAO, in A itriclly popuUr government
lik.our aa the. obliged tbe vetoing
Kiecuuve to gire hi reAon why he
Tetoed a bill. And fie to iwo-tnira. oi
lacrrsu the ioerof perfecting a bill
.hto a lew without the ent of the
r.iecutl(. And noUiUiU.ndiu the
glVlCg Of rAODA
Is there Anything eitrAordmAry in
thisT To make two-thirds of A high le
KislAture nd two sm-aU Uiir.ts,
too equivAlent to one uiau a ojunion
or convicUoa? .
There was a very eArneet debate in
. rreention of 1T7C, whether the
KouLie power Ahould be veated in
nmmuL llam.i'.T. a the writer of
these rentArka thinks. An executive
committee, "directory " or two oou
auls were diai-Arded but it was euelly
happy tor ue thAt the veto power was
not left Abeolute, in a jxiity in which
no I'ArlUiment cab chAiige the minie
try, as is the CAee ia Kugland.
It is AmAting lo End that AmericAns,
ia the middle of the nineteenth centu
ry je who pretend to be leAders of
public opinion cas tAik aa though
three hundred BAtionAl repreeenUUve
were presumptuous when they make
use of our fuudmen U.1 law, m tht y
sxe in conscience bound to do, to cause
the cost ictionA of iwo-'lir is of them
to rreVAil AitAinst the opinion or coo
vicuon of one ciao, however high in
Authority, whoe mam b-AiaesA m to
execute stars. And trbosa share in per.
fc tins; bills it secooisry And faci---UL
A tiirilIing NARKATIVE.
Two Men Lost in the C'nve.
One of Them Released After Kiftj'-
A Former Clli;:en of Indianapolis
Frem the Indianapolis Eera'd.
Leatevtobth, Apirl 8. ,
GEXTiAMF.it I write to inform you of
the particulars of an fcxploring expe
dition which left here on ThursJsy
la-t, to explore JDead Han's Cave, situ
Ated about four miles south 'of this
place, three quArters of a mile west of
the river. The existence of this cave
h&a been known for some time, though
its extent has never been suspecLed
until recently. A few weeks since a
party from Louisville, accompanied by
citizens of this plAce, explored it to the
distance of three quarters of a mile,
but were etopped by a wide subterra
nean river, too deep for fording, and
which they Lad no means of crossing
The party which left hereon Thursday,
consisting of Mtjor Throckmorton, of
Louisville; Captain lloleraft, Sheriff
Swayne, Dr. E. H. IIawu, And Lyman
E. Knapp, of this place; Mr. Jesse
Brandon, of NAshville, and your cor
respondent, went prepared to make a
thorough exploration of the cave. Be
sides the necessary lights, ropee, water
proof clothing, etc., they CArried with
them a light but staunch boat, pre
pared expressly for the occasion, on
which to cross the mysterious stream
h. u., on the former nccasion, stop
ped their further progress. The party
set forth in the highest spirits. Dr.
Uawn, whose sad fate has cast a gloom
over the entire community, was espe
cially buoyant. The doctor was great
ly exhilarated by the prospect of an
exciting and adventurous day, and his
good humored wit aDd ready repartee
were the life and soul of the party.
The expedition proceeded without
delay to the terminus of the former ex
ploration on tbe banks cf the subter
ranean river. Those who had accom
panied the former expedition noticed a
percepitable change in the appearance
of the stream, which seemed to be
much fuller And more turbulent, plung
ing and roaring in some unknown
abyss below. A consultation was held
on the bank, to determine whether an
Attempt should be made to cross in its
present swollen condition. Mr. Knapp,
myself and Sheriff Swayne suggested
an abandonment of the expedition,
but were overruled by Dr. llswn, Major
Throckmorton, Captain lloleraft and
Mr. Brandon, who, while admitting tbe
dangerous character of tbe attempt,
declared they would rather perish than
abandon the expedition now, and stand
the ridicule which such a movement
would entail upon their heads. The
boat was accordingly launched, and
Captain lloleraft, Dr. llswn And my
self entered, the doctor playfully re
mat king that some men who were des
tined to die another death could never
be drowned. We found the' passage
much easier than we expected. Cap
tain lloleraft took the oars, while I
grasped the tiller and the doctor held
aloft the flambeau. A few vigorous
strokes, and, with a sensation of relief,
we felt the keel grate upon the pebbles
of a sloping bank on the other shore,
in still and quiet water. A lusty cheer
from the doctor made the cavern ring,
and informed the re6t of the party that
the passage had been safely accomplished-
Captain lloleraft then return
ed, and soon brought over the remain
der of the party. The boat was firmly
secured to a stout iron stake, brought
along for the purpose, and the party
proceeded on the expedition. Di
rectly ahead was a wide gallery,
whowe roof was so high that we could
scArcely distinguish it by the feeble
light of the lamps, while the to right
And left the stream ran through an
other gallery or chamber, the two in
tersecting each other like the arms of
a Greek cross. We followed the gal
lery before us for about a quarter of a
mile, when it suddenly narrowed, and
apparently came to an abrupt termina
tion. After searching for an outlet,
and finding none, we were on the point
of reluctantly turning back, when a
shout of exultation trom Dr. llawn
proclaimed that he had found an open
ing. To the right, and some distance
trom the termination of the cut tie sar,
the Doctor had discovered a narrow
opening. Crawling through this ou our
hands and knees lor a distance of sev
eral hundred yards, we came upon a
high vaulted chamber, partially lighted
from above, which was the most ruag
niliceut underground hall I have ever
seen. Thousands of blalactyles and
stalagmite? hung pendant from above,
reflecting the glare of the torches in
millions of pure rays of dazzling light.
If the ceiling and sides had been liter
ally Lung with enormous cluateis of
diamonds, the effect could not have
been more bewildering. For a moment
the entire party was awo stricken and
speechleaa Then the mote excitable
ones broke forth in rapturous applause.
Captain liolcralt declared it was the
proudest moment of his life, uot ex
cepting the memorable oucaiion when,
aa Captain of the gunboat t 'possum, he
stampeded the rebel light Artillery be
low Vickaburg. lr. tlawu made a
speech, takioe possession of the cham
ber in the name of thereat American
people, the academy ct medicine And
"the coda" Mr. Kuapp and myself
burned ourselves in gathering ppeci
mens. .Major Throckmorton drew
willow covered sextant from his breast
pocket and proceeded to take an ''ob
servation," while Sheriff Swayne, who
bait been entrusted with the commtsga
riat of the expedition, proceeded to
spread a lunch.
After exhfcunting the solids and
fluids, And feaatine our eves to satietv
on the indescribable splendor of the
surroundings, we proceeded to further
discoveries. Numerous small galleries
were found, radiating in every direction
Ironi the central chamler, and these
were explored in turn, some of them
coming to an Abrupt close, Atraiust
dead, blank wail of rock, And othets
grsduAlly narrowing, until they could
be followed no further. Others forked
branching off into two And three other
galleries, it was found thAt tbe thor
ough explorAtion of the CAvern from
this point would be a work of weeks, l
not months In one place was found a
deep circular hole, Apparently aIiuos
botlomlesa .stone dropped into its
graping mouth would be board sullen
ly plunging from side to side, until the
noise of their descent was lost iu the
ahvM far below. Mr. Knapp being the
lightest of the party, wns let down by a
strong cora a uislance ol some thirty
yards, when he vigorously signified
that he had seen enough by terking
tbe rope, lie w as tl.'awn up, livokini;
a triHe paler than usual, And declaring
that Uis curiosity had been Amply sal
tabed. Mr. Kpp said that. Alter d
spending a distance of fifteen or twenty
loet, numerous winged thincs. sppa
rently 1au, flitted conntanUy alout his
eArs, viciously sasppirg their mandi
bles together with a devilieh sort of
twitter. One of these cold, clammy
And inexpressibly nsly, Alighted on his
fsoa. And tntlieted a severe bit. Mr
Knapp nearly fainted with digust, And
declared that if the rope had not been
tied under his Arms he would have
Now comes the most painful part of
toe story, lired. And weary of sight
seeing, the party was on tbe point of
starting on the return, when, At tbe
earueat solicitation Ol IT. Uawn, we
consented to At leAsl pArtially explore
Another CAvern. it was lollowed but a
short distance when it suddenly nar
rowed. Mr. Knapp, coin? first, passed
through the opening on his hands And
aneee, And entered Another large cham
ber. Dr. Uawn, who is a very heaTV
man. Attempted to follow, And became
inextricably fixed in tbe pufwra He
could neither get for WArd nor bAvk. For
three hours the PArty worked lucee-
sanU v, but all to no purpose. W e sent
dm 5 to the river And sot the iron
suae, with which the host had been
fastened, to use as a crowbar. With
this the Doctor niicbt have been extri
cated, but here a new calamity mani
fested iuelf. Oue by oue, the lamps
had burned out, until bArelv enoucli
oil was .'eft to light us on our way back
to the river. Tbe thought of beint im
prisoned thAt living tomb was too
terrible to be endured, for we knew
UuL without light we could never find
our way back. A panic seized upon I
th party, and hastily leAving th Doc-1
tor And Mr. Knapp to their fate for
the Dcctor's body effectually blocked
up the wsy against Mr. Knapp's return
we rapidly retraced our steps, crossed
the river and returned to the town. A
supply of oil, toois, eta, were procured,
and although fatigued almost to the
point of disability, we returned lo th
cave, determined to rescue our com
rades or perish in the attempt The
river was crossed, and w proceeded to
the grand chamber where we had taken
our lunch, accompanied by numerous
citizens of Leavenworth. But search as
closely as we would tct could not JinJ the
paVa-it in telich the Doctor end Mr.
Knofp were entemlfd. In vain we ex
plored and shouted until worn out and
fainting. All to no purpose. Nearly
three days have passed since we first
entered the cave, and during all that
time it has been full of people useless
ly hunting for the two unfortunate
men. One after another of the vari
ous galaries leading from the grand
chamber have been explored and blaz
ed and chalk marks, but still the mu
sing men can cot be found. We aie
beginning to lose heart, bat will perse
vere as long as there is the faintest
hope. The guide of the mammoth cave
in Kentucky has been sent for to assist
in the search. I shall remain hare
day or two longer to do what little I
can, and will inform you if the men or
their bodies are found nemo.
P. S. Mr. Knapp ,La9 just been
brought in. A hunter found him ly
ing at the mouth of what has general
ly been considered a sort of a sink hole
about five miles from the town. Mr.
Knapp's condition is too precarious to
admit of a detailed account of his esj
cape, but from what 1 ca gather from
his incoherent explanations, it seems
that, Coding that he could not return,
he went ahead in hope of finding an
outlet After what seemed an age of
wandering and groping v the dark, and
after having seijerallimes despairingly
lata down to die, he was at last success
ful in enlarging from his livice tomb,
I lie tiuinted on coraiig to the open r,
and was in this condition lound by
the hunter. A party has just gone to
enter the cavern by the way in which
Mr. Knapp came out Strong hopes
are entertained that the Doctor will be
rescued. May Heaven grant it N
I )T virtue of a mrifi fa. to me directed, from the
If Circuit Court c 1 Uie Lnilod buten, for the Mid
uie 1 lairicl of TeocwHee, at its October term, ibbi.
1 mil sell oa Miiiirdsy, me ltin aty ol April, it",
commencing at lu o'clccK a m, at Public Aocti ro,
to the blithest bidder lor caxh in hand, at tbe Court
houne dojr in hn.'.hviiJe, Davidson couoty, ah the
rigtii, Lt e, claim, interest and estate mhien W illiam
Cuiloin haa ia aod to the following dwsct ibed real
(stale, vis: A tract of land Ivine la hanlh coumv.
Teononsee, iocit.1 diHtnct No 1, beginning at tbe
norm uounaurj une oi uie town oi lwu;. at me
road ruunioE lLast an poles, toence bo am one uole
l me aauitsmv land, thence Lust with aaid land IS
poles lo tti N E corner of said land, thence with
sud land is poieelo the roal, thence 4S poles to the
Mill 14-anch, thence up said breach wiin It mean
ders lu Kui 30 poles to the Mill t'Din, tuenee up
said braocb 59 pole, with us ueei-aeiBtoa beecn
in the foricof tiie branch, tbenre North Vi- Kat Ii
pole to a l-- ii, tneene North 17' feal S4 poise Ui
a D?ech, inice Norm 5W- Aaat Liu potes to a wai.i
oak, fxo.'ih Sa Went 44 poles to a white ali, thence
Ncr.n cv' west lot pol a to an irouwood, tu.aoe
North ooJ Wert 6x poiee lo an sun, Uimee Wertluu
pole to sa ab and d..ood, tbence North Su West
17 po eetoa buckeye and wh'leoak to the tort
Pluutrosd abofe faoodoer'tfold 'J an lard, thence
bcutn J- b-fwt wtin tbe lond 62 poles to a red O.K,
thence Soutn 6 Kal alone said road S4 pole.
then e 8outb 7 is et 48 pole along said roadbenoa
boutb 4x' tm 4a poles alone said road, tbence
houlb St3 tnt kb poles along fcid road, thence
boutn 4zJ kast 4S poire aiooic aatd roaa, tbence
noun in n.as( so poiee aiou said roaa, toesce
bouth 149 poire alon Mid road to the beinoDuu,
eontmrnotf 44 acre of htod, more or leea, tx.w
uijr luerffiom be old Church Lot, contain og about
t acre, to sanely an execution eMnet aaiu oulloui,
and :n favor ol urmmua rl. Mmti-on.
marS-4t K. K. (sLabooCK, M. M. D.T.
BT t iriue of a writ of ft fa, to me directed from
th C rruit Court oi the United feUetH, for the
In ia die iMsirict cl I ennc ft&e tu iW lAHooer term,
It ti, 1 m:ii Fcii, on HaiurcUy, trie 1'Uh dy f April
ItHrtj, comitifi.t'io? ft' 10 o'clock ft m, at Public Auc
tion to the Ligi't bidder, iorc-wb in h-uod, l the
(,ourt bour-e door ia -h tnile. lttvidson touuty,
tbe neat, tit it, claim, miere.t aoi eute wt.icb W
H. Uoiu V Sou hnte to and to tbe follow ma dittt rib
d reed eHiatp, vis: Lot o 17. in Jwinft'a Additioa
to tiie city of N-hriiie, iroDtiog 23 f?t oo KoiC
utreet, cuininbDcm 140 fret from btevenion atieet,
and iuddid; bark l W tett lo a un foot allej; beuig
the mine Jxt lb title cf wruch wits vvated in aatd
V. H. Horn A too, by decreu of ibe OUaueery Court
of Davidaoo coud't. al iu bofemr term. 1 80S.
AUo, ooe other let in raid add Ub, being No 18, in'
the plan ironi d i3ei oa rug sLretM, comment
lugaiibe W'eicoiner cf No 1? and runuing along
a.d strei xu feet at ngni angles i ie-i to a iu
1jo( alley; tbence aloiitf raid ally weatwaraly 20
leel; theut'ekt right angtes to the beg lining, being
the we lotttiv title to wrncb was veated id aaia
W. II. Bora A ton by decreof the Chatvery Court
of lUYi'lsoa county, at t'a lSoremoer terra, 1866, to
ftiiir y an eioi'uuoii against aaid W. H attorn boa,
aoa id ii-vor li DUifinen w eaKn.
mar, w 4 ; K. G LAbcOC K, If. M. D. T.
"I T Tirtiia of a writ of fl fa, to rrre dirwted, from
1 the Circuit Ot-urt oi I uited HUten, lor tbe Mid-
uie 1 itnct ot 1 eunB.tM, UMued Hi its Octooer
le m. Ibux 1 willonaturdtsr. the 14th day of April,
.sod, rumtnei.ci.jg at IuoVUkI: a m, sell at'Puolic
Aoeuan, to the bithtrst bidder, lorcsush in bnod, at
the Court hou eaorin Nash 11 lie, i'afidboncouuty
all the light, ulJc, iu:erfst, c um aod fllatehich
J. H. Pil uw ha iu -Uid to the tolloving diftcilbed
realeetate, t A ceruun tract or parcel of Land
minted, lyiug aod being in the county or Muiy,
Htaie ol leDoese. on tbe boutb tide ol Duckr.ver,
aod on the water of Little Bigby creek, begmamg
one pol KhaI of the creek t a bycamore; tiieoce
rortb ii Uegree. vvsi u uiee tu a atake; inenci
U et I'M hjIm to a stake, oak, ash and elru pom era,
thence esutiih IU pulei to a s:afte aud d go d to
ifidtoo FiUow b une; thence tt V4puiea to an
Im and l-im-k walnut; ttiODoe North 6 degrees, Wet
rt poifs to a tMiX elder; thence iNorth 7 d-greet,
Wvu f u poletf to an ash; thence lo the begu.nmg!
containing m aid Ixmnd ibl acres, mote or lew, to
fiti.-lj an eiecut-aii against aaid riiiow and w.J
fale, and in .uvor cl ienran A Co.
narbuwi h,. K. tiLlWOOCK, M. M. D T.
1 iY Ttitueof jnxwniiof ft fn-tome directftl from
X tbe I'cuil 0'urt of the I'nited t uten far tne
M ddle Iirtnct cf Tenur-Mee, i-cud at iu Octobcj
u-rm. lhti. 1 witon ntur it the Uth dayot Aunl
1 .'ti, comment ing at lto,citxikt a. in., tell tt pub
lic HU'-tin, 10 trie rut first uauer, iTcasn in nanu
al the cuurt tiou d.xr in Na- hvule, Xariditou
rountr, nil the rizht, title, rlaiiik. iutertat and e-
t w hrch It. J. Hui h in nud to the (.lloing de-
niicd ral ew'Kt, it A town lot in the town 01
McMiDiitilie, U urrt-n county, i'enn , on the south
aide at Hi Mu fire?t 10 'hid town, betrtnniuf at
t-thka tbe N W corner of LaaNun Waiuug s lt. u
neitigaiaj uie coiiit o: Uie lot nerean UHtKriotHi.
and on trie ed'e of Muu Mreet, rt.umt.g n.aith
ipoin and i2 I uks 1 1 a ftike on swd weahinir'tjeor
iter; thcuce east with b line 3 poieaand U Uiiku tj
a take ou tpring utrcei; thetice with Uie Mine
south 7 pole Hnd 3 links to a a ake on .hummer
freet; thence we?i with said treu 8 puUw and ti
ink to me k. comer cl v . u. wtaruer a lot
tltence with hi hue uoith 1& polea and 15 links to
the 1. K corner oa Main street, and V luilf j went to
the fi. W. comer ol '1 homnti C. 8martt'a nhoii:
thence efutt with Mjvin street 4 polea and 21 links to
the beginning ; inWudi. g pols ol Ihnd ia said
bound.-, aJiir iolitig out nuid '1 horn a C. Sinsrit s
shop; t- cethtT with tbe onck Hon house, dwell
tut;, and oilier improvement thereon: to Mi'sfv
pix eiecutins egaiajt said Hi 1, and in taror of
Honnl hmuh A Co . Tru.u liro. A Co , Bancroft A
Co.. McCurdy Kro A HrowHier, HygHtt, iiiraltam
10., ana uaiao k, need t o.
man iiw . K. c.LitisCOCR, M. H.D.T,
In Chancery at LiyiDgston, Tennessee,
MARCH RULEl, 1866.
t. O. Hill.
Barah l ly. el al.
Intniacfttme it nppMrng to tbe Clerk I Mt.tr,
from ccmiamMii' tnil, which is. swotn to, that de
iwwii AUsjiri ne tJoiemau, Jane Uoimanatd .ew
tou lio!eninu. children and rtNrs at law of kdaabeth
Hierr.an. uKeattt, and Akwiod-r la iy, are non
residrnu ol tue butte 0 lnae e, po that tbe
oriioary proc- ol Uw cannot t-e eanred Upon
them: U m thrrefure ordeied that publication be
ma 1, lor lour u.c five weeks, in th ahh?i!l,
Un:ont ppr publ nhed ia the city of Nh the,
re iuriDg efi.Uais to apear at the next trno
m the Chicery lourt ut utertiu county, at Lit
ibatbio 'IfbiL, on the drat Woduit ui Augu ,
Das i" 1 "u ps i, 10 SDvtr ir tiooiur eofii
Wnuuii'i bi 1, or -ue amine wiil he bum ut c.u
led and for htanncex partx.
apr I&-W4-. J. W. WKItiHT, C. A M.
l l( K n.niiK simeeted to ibClerk of tbe
,4 iht im of W Hnue, dKead, I hereby
nn-T a 1 twrson nsvinff claim ,rs:nt (he sail
is e 10 n.. (hem wuh (be Clerk of mild t ouri on or
before the flnt rl iwb.ber nJt lor mo rats of ia :
c t, iTiiIr authrn'iraif.l, or 1) y will r fir
eer lrrel. od i tMrrr. tnJrtK.d to sa d -t
re m ,it o .me f rvtid and mAe pymeii' iao,e-
d.4tny. 1 11 , A) r I 11. if i
BfC FM!TH, Admr
aprbl-att o((l W Hon, nar-'d.
Id ChAticery at Livingston, Tennessee.
M1KCH RULES, l6t5.
Wm. Ce and J. hu Taylor, it ait.
v. 1 O hi!l.
F-hwd Toor, et ais.
I.M ilu. ,-aiee it anpeanac to the 4t srVrtioa of
trie v irra ai.j hinm Uuoi plsinsul'a b II.
W4n -b is morn to, (list de'nc.lunt-. K..lvrt Murphey
aie ton rnde. t ot th hi;e ol I fiuMws, 10 ibai
oi.i.iiHiT piu -oi ! isw cannot tie terved
BiHBihiii. 11 is there ore orjrred thai pubh.'eboa
re nivie ivr n irrooeeeuuve wk la it r-rnb
? ii t'uion a paper .iio;.ried ia ihs nn of Ni.h
vi.ie.re p.iriDM uid oefv-ndsoui lo appear at ibeeeaf
.mi 0 iiifi nNn-erf vxmui ior inr on couaiy to
i n.:.i n t..T ni;'on on it 6r,t Mond.y ir lo
It'.n aeti, i.n, Hnd p ead, aawrr rr dernir to
etni..M.iiiii.iiii, or it aame will be Ukfi L.r
cooi.-eu a. 10 iiieut, an i set i.r hmrpp ei paitA.
t. .. . - j. , . nil, a 1 , a Af .
lu Chancery art CArtliAge, Ttunese.
Mai. a Rrua, 1SC.
l.eciv H. Orne,
t .--upemenuj aod trasnded Bill.
trarah A. lu.i,
IN llnr. cause, it ai.penrmi te lha a.tri Vu, m
of Hi. t :era and Miet ttuti the rtf D'l.o'ji rv
rh A. rilU, Abel B h.lno, Joseph ne T. Bilbo,
Nan. V J. bilbo, are Boa reoi.tantj nf ih. Ht-- i
LaueaMe, eo that the crdicarv DmrM f U
cannot t eerred npia them: It is treretore or
dNed that puUmaioa be madeb lour coowcubre
eS.ijlbe Nah l'e I'moo, a eewsoa;e.- pub.
Ii.het ia the eiv rf NaohTU ., TennesMM, wviuir
I' c ra.d delMBdanu. toaoDear at i iwi trm . .
i buKery CMirt of nltb oouuiv, to be heid al be
fou-t h .m ia lanhajra, ia ibe irurd Monday la
Antuftt, Iwib, tliea and toe-e to p ead. answer or
uemur 10 romp. a uats' bill, or the mtu. will be
tnaea lor 0i4iirjuwi aad set or hes-.ni expute ae
lo ihem. 11. H. CAMfbAiO l a M
m ar. h t w4l
H4.VK losttref..llowin(ferin of the FenasTt.
vaiue M atoai i. Is iasuraace uanpaev ol l-nia-
tfeiprua, !t :
fa. 1 -S lor J0, daled !.
ho. lb - 30, la.J.
No. lv"4 S, - isi,
UlT Attn 10, lase.
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It will give daily the latest political,
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and the paper must, in a short time,
find its way into every city, village
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- - - y
At Low Prioet and at Short Nctio.
It is the Most Complete Job Office in
HAVING .crreeted tbe icaolvcDry of the estate
of nrh laylov, deceased, to' which I am th.
Administrator) lothe Clerk of the Count. Oourt f
hmita emisey, Twm.wi and aa eeoer havmg
beea made Mr pb.ic6o to tne Nebe,ne Ucioa a
awparee publisaed ia tb-eii of Neahv.lle, Ten
sasee, tor fenr snceeaaive eveea. rumnu ma
pere.iwB hmv eg elaie sgainat eat g Ale
ihem, propeci enta-Mifeted. aiia in. i tr r
ead Oeort ea or before tbe t Aav ef Mepteanber,
1S6, Aw raiaetuetneat, trader tbe ssaoiveBi
laws of the ia s, tbey will be forever barred (
This is tlierefore torve a-M;nf ta nm- ij I
ftta, laex apS w4r J tl W1LLIAMA, Adta.
A DAT I Area-i . to as.! a aaw
Bftd eansaaarua aji.-i.a ai.iiBikH
SiSUSG PORT GRAPE V1NE
PURE AND FOl'R YEARS OLD.
FOR TEE C02IJIU2UG3 TABLE
ASD FAHILT USE.
Prescribed by Physicians for Females
Weakly Persons and Invalids.
Excellent Wine for Females.
Every Family at this seaaoa should nae
SAUBUKbT POST WISE.
Celebrated in Europe for its medicinal and bene
ficial Qualities, bietilv esteemed bv eminent phv-
siciaiis, used in Kunopean and American rJmpiiala,
and by some of tbe first families in Hurope ana
AS A TOXIC
It aasnoaauaL caasinz an ametite and buildiac
up tbe svHtem, being antirelj a pure wine of s
moe: vaiuaoie grape.
AS A DIURETIC
It imparts a healthy action of the Elands, kidneys
aed urinary organs, very Deuenciai in dropsy, (out
Ad rneumauc anecuona.
Is a pure Article trom the luioe of the Port Grape,
Doteeeaini medical propertiee aopenor lo any oth
er wine in uw, and an excel.ent ar.Kle for all weak
ana aermiisiu pmsuiu, hu hi. iwi uiuiuui.u.
improvim the appetite, and beneh-uni ladies and
aMr Trv it onre and you will not be deceived.
AT Be sure the signature of Alfred bpeer is over
tbe cork of eacn no uie.
L.U v. 07 i n nr eurv v . a . o 1 a
who also sell the CASTE LLA IORT BRAODY, A
choice old article, imported only by Mr. bpeer, di
rect from ODorto.
the trade supp'ied bvR A. ROBIfSON CO.
Louisvil e, Ky., and by all wboleaale dealers in
New York, Philadelphia, Cincinnati and bt. Louis,
and by A. bPEKK, at his Vineyard, New Jrrsey. ,
Principal Office, No. 208, Broadway,
der.2I.th tu A sat and w eow ly
SECRET DISEASES !
THS M081' CERTAIN REMEDY EVER USED.
"Yea, A Positive Cure."
FOR GONORRHOEA, GLEET, STRICTURES, Ac
Contains no Mineral, no Balaam, so Mercury.
Only Ten PtiU to b Taken to Effect a Cure.
They are entirely vegetable, having no smell nor
any unpleasant taste, and win not in any way us
lurethe stomach or bowels of tbe most delicate.
Cures in from two to four days and recent cases
in "twenty four hours.'! Prepared by a graduate
of the University of Pennsylvania, one of the moat
eminent Doctors and Chemists of the present da.
No Exposure, no Trouble, no Change Whatever.
Let those who have despaired of getting cured, or
wno nave tieen gorged witn Balaam Copaua, or
TIIE SAMARITAN'S GIFT.'
The Samaritan's Gift.
The efiiory of the Samaritan" Gilt has given It
an extended popularity ; while being purely vege
table, and consequently harm1 698, it is a medium
that the world has long needed. It bas tbe sanc
tion of aome of the most eminent Lectors and
Cbemiste, Doth of Europe and America, and Ha
cures are alwas perfect, without injury, even lo the
moat delicate system. fkil. Transcript.
Read what the Burgeons say :
Oa Boian to a STzawsair Cosva Rioa,
February 10, lsoo.
"Hears, jjtmotvt to., via Hace St., roil.:
Dear Sir Please send me one gross of your 8av
manUko s Gift by Adams A Co a Axpress, so aa to
reach me by the 13ib, as we sail on that dav. Find
ing it to be what it is represented, I do not like to
make a voyage without a aupply."
Yours, very respectfully.
J. f. DUK4ET. UcrFeon.
Atlantic Mail Steamship Co. N. between Xew
I or a and Aspmeall.
Bent by mail Is a plain envelope,
packages, 94,00; Female S5.U-
Root and Herb Juices,
The Great Blood Purifier ard Remedy for
SCROFULA, ULCERS, S0RE3, SPOTS,
TETTERS, SCALES, BOILS, SYPH
ILIS OR VENEREAL DIS
For Syphil'S or Venereal Disease, the Samari
tan's Root and Herb Juice is tbe moat potent, cer
tain and ertnetual remedy ever prescribed, lt reach
es and eradicates every particle of Uie venereal poi
son, so that tbe cure is 1 borough and permanent,
'lake then Ibis purifying remedy and be aeale-i,
and do not transmit to yonr posterity that for which
you may repent tn alter years.
DO NOT DESPAIR I
Alihough yon may be pronounced incurs! le. tbe
bamariian's Root and Herb Juices will remove
every veebge ol' impurities from the system, as well
ae at tue bad enacts ot mercury.
FEMALES 1 1 FEMALES It
In many aSecbona with which numbers of Fe
males sutler, the Kootaod rieroJUKea lamost hap
pily wuuv, iu uKwimi vup, in v a i tee, in
bearing down. Falling of tbe Womb, Debility, and
lor au complaints incident to uie aex. Bent by ex
press, rncv, 9t jier uotuw.
Is, in case of Syphilis, need In conjunction with the
Hoot and xtern jui
Juices. all uireouona, Price fifty
The efficacy of these remedies is a! ike arnnsL.
edged by pbysiaene and patients. They are used
ia the U. a. Hospitals, and by their real merit have
gained the approbation of the most able Burgeons. ,
PaUeet take notice I 1 he ingredient, are known
to tne pnystcians who use theut, as you will aee by
Post Hosttthl, PYibt Mssesau, 1
b.ihmore. Feb. SO. 1H&4. f
"I bave great satisfactiou ia statin that I have
ued "The .Samaritan a Keuediee" arV enereal
Dateaee tn its moet customary forma ; trial 1 1 have
uaea laem witn jaagroeut, aiscretion, astd proper
ly, and have fouad them respond to my anticipa
tions promptly and enectuai.y. Knowiug their
composition, 1 baye the fullest connuence tn their
emcecy, ana as ur as my use ta them extends, I
IKUIUUWHil uieoi .1. OU K T
aLFRED C. BOWERS.
Asalstast Surgeon 5th New York Vols.
Reader, hers is proef poaibv of tbe value ot
tnese truly valuable preparations, llie old aa-ken-ln
and di-gusunt drug, have to give way to rem.
dies purely vrgeuble, pleasant to the taste, and A
bold try W J A 0 W SMITH, rmreista. -
Cor. Church and Vine streets, Na.hviUA.
DEPMON V A CO., Propnetora,
SIS Race street, Philadelphia, Pa. aepW-Am
In Chancery at HuntiogJon, Tenn.
APRIL RU1ES, is.
B M Gains, et als , complainauts,
Marcsllus Gains and otbera, defenlants.
IN this cutis, it aprearieg to the rierk an J Mas
ter, arocn amoavit, that the de'eeuanta T H Baker
aod wife Mar n.la hakeif' Thomas eaker a&rf hn.
Bard baker, the two last bsinr minors, are Boo-I
ra -taenia oi tue o:at oi ie.oe.see, ao that the or
eaneesee, so that the or
d.nary proc.es ot iaw cannot be te ved oa them:
it u thereeore ordered in 1 pubiicBtioa be made
ror roar eaoceaeiv weeers. is to NaehvillelniOii,
s newspaper pah atbed in tbe city of ItakLvtHe,
Tenneesee, reqninsg tbe sa.4 defendants to an
pearon or witma tbe 6mt three dsy of our next
Court, lo be held on tbe Arvt Monday in Anguel
lAo. then and ihr to piead, answer or demur 10
oomplainat.t'a anil, or tbe sent :h li. taaaa Air
eotueea against waan ani set air hearing ex part.
fn.im ix. n ai.t l A at.
In Chancerr at Huntingdon, Tenn.
APRIL KULU. lt.
A C McXeill, AdmiaiKtra or,
Eiiraueih Wright, at ale.
IN Ibis case it an pear. DR ri the ratik4uv n ih.
Clerk and M.ar. from arbiant. that tn. u.n.l-
ant. M jkm H Wright, av not a ciuiea nf n,. Hou
or l eoBessee, ao u at tne ordinary procae ef law
cannot be served upon him :
it te therefore ordered Uiet pnblicatinB he ma'a
la the Masbvule Cnion, a aewepspe puhl.shed in
the city ol Ma-hruie, for lour eiHveetv weeks re
quinrg (aid defendant to appear at the i.rm
of tbachancery court to be Laid at Uie eaurthouae
i Uie towa a fiuniingdos, lean , oa ih nrst atuo
day in August next, the and there to p eal, an
swer or demur to eotrpim nam's rslL, or tlie aatne
will be taken for coefeMd aa set for hearing ex
parte ai lo hm. B W ilAVt'lNu CAM.
Original Attachment-No 294
John H. MJhgan ya. Aadey Milaapa. "
IT sprar.ng from tbe aSdarit Hied in this uu
that lha d(en inl eo coacems h.rr-lf or abaoonds
tbat the ordinary procaN cannot be served oa hitn;
lt la tbereiore ordered triat runicatioa he made for
foor successive weeks la tne Mashuli I n on. on-
tity.Bf tb said Aadey M lias pi to appear bef re
Joha Mia a a Just ce of tbe Pear in ata.liaonviU.
.Moaro eouaty. loaaaae. ea lb ltU day ol
J uie, lAoa, lo answer ! ea aad ther the said At
tachm. Bt ae toe aw Si recta, or tbe sauas will be
take ss eonfeesed end board ex pa:t aa to hiaa.
This tb tna dsv of (teecmbt r. 1 s..
IwUr-Sisj JOHK JII5I9, J. P." '
wis t r
W A.C0ESEJCS- I. i-S. AOCl. A. A. AOSIMSOS.
M, B, CORNELIUS & CO,,
AT THE OLD STAND,
No 49' Church Street,
JJAVB-ai band a good supply cf all kinJj of.
CASES and CASKETS,
Wood, Cloth, and Vefret Coffins,
ALL KI5DS OK
Th best HEARSES and CARRIAGES
In the City.
Oood, attentive assistantA, and everything neces'
ary, as heretofore,
We also .it And tn th rminv. nt Kvl u tn arvl
from otner pomia. at reaaonxxe rates, and lo Uie
ABtiiaTaciton of parties employing as.
we keep also on nana a rood supply or UMUK.
TAJi&r atATEh.AL, woich we will fur.no to
i Uadertakers when de red at reaaonatile rates.
Tennessee and Cnmberland
OIL AND MIXING COMPANf
Special (Act 'of the Lenislatur of Tennessee,
June eih, liui. -
EXSMPT FROM ALL PERSONAL LIABILITY.
Capital Stock, $600,000.
Divided into SO Of Shares of no each. 7600 shares,
or 'l5o,oui have been appropriated as work.
ui4 capital, for the developement of the
. properly of the Company.
A joiited amount only ol the stock thus arpro
pru ted haa been placed in the bands cf the omoers
of tbe company to be sold at $i per share j and as
uie ato-a naa all been issued, full paid.
tnent of property, it is not therefore. Ii
liaote to any
Orrii. No. 66, North Cherry street, Pistoffiee
box IT74, Nmth?.ile, Tenn.
r. bt. ooitok, of Tenn
a n. o. bfkts,
a. o. ssMroao, 4
a l. Biocxaaaraa, of N T.
DELANO T. SMITH, Of MlUO.
a. a. wells, of Mich.
A-tsidtnt, A. G. 8A&F0RD,
Pree't 1st Kational Eank, Mashnlla.
Fire iVesUVn, A. G. WELLS.
ixcretary, F. H. COLTON.
JYwsurer, WM. C. BUNTS.
Mining Superintendent. C. I.. HEiUEMBOl'RG
Tbe property of tbe Com rum v consisfs of lease-
bold mtereiitjin the counties of Overton, Fentre.?,
White, Jackson, aud Viarren, in the biate of Ten
neseee, amounting in the aggregate to over eight
The membership of the Company and the Board
of D rectors comprise men of busiueM. exuenence
and reputation, and of a thorough and practical ac
qiiaintane with the oil mines of Pennsylvania,
The Mining Hiipenntendent was one of the rirstrx
Btorerol thoil Held of that bia'e, and struck the
n et flowing oil well in the country, well known as
the Bequenibourg well, aial to winch the til inter
ests of Pennsylvania, then ia their nnoceut ur.e,
we-e very largely inJebted.
I ma Company will leaxe portions of their valua
ble land4. in email tracts, to private usrties or com.
-panies, fortaaaauTE ik v elopment. This te a rare
chance fcr-4ona Juit operators to obtai a lemiaoa
terms that Bill be amply remunerative.
lerms made known on application.
AO MSI SCECtTLiTOkS VILL BE TEtlTIO wTTH.
Deecrirtlon of lands aud samples of Oil obtained
from the property may be seen by calling at the
office of Uie Company, fto. 6ti. North Cherry
street, Nashville, Tenn.
The nerrolarv, F. H. Col ton. Nashville, will re
ceive ordera for stock, and will f.rward certiiicatee
bv return nuu when the mouey accompauieH the
Cbaaeery Sales at olcHiam ille,
In Chancery at McMinnville, Tenn.
F E B II sad Wo T Wh.te, Ex'rj ol Win While,
H M Waterson.
THE Clerk and Master, In obedience to a decree
rendered ia this cause st the Match term of the
Chancery Court at McM.nnville, Tennessee, 1W1, 1
will sell st pudie auct on, on the premirex, la I he
town cf Mc.Minnville, on Monasy, itt of May next,
The Warren or Thatcher House,
octnouses, ana ail its appurtenances, lor cah, in ac.
cordancewitn ine pronnou ci a feed of 'irust -
ecuted by Harvey M Watterson, without the n. ht
of redeaipl on. Tbe deed of irunt w II be fh' ma
onaayoiaaie. j, r. aiuKruiu), c A f I
In Chancery at MclIInnville, Tejn.
S. D. Rowan,
IN pursuance to a decree of the Chanc are rv.nrt
atMcMinnvl le, Tennessee, rendered at the March
term, A. D.( 1S66, of said court 'n thia craine. 1 w.ll
expose to public sale, on Monday, the 2jt day of I
otrj u (iiecvun no.ise in Atcnitiaviile, the I
iwun wu Mit uwi.il mm .uv
on s credit of six end twelve months, w.thotit the
right of redemption. One hundrao dol are caau
Witt uw reqvirea at ine ume Ol sale. Hond .n.1
curuy rvtiuirej. aea a ilea reiaise.1.
.. , , i 'MOKFOrtO.CAM.
In Chancery at McJIinn? ille. Tenn.
W H Hmart ")
LFA WmHArfco, J
IN obedience to a decree of the Ch
at McMinnnlle. Tenn., rendered at the March
term, A. D. IhSe, of aaid court in tm. cause, I will,
on Monday, tbe 'ilst day of May, ISM, expose to
public sale, at Uie courthouse ia McMinnnlle, the
outhouses, and about K.fty 0i buty acres of In.l
i-.uuft s w .... . .co, isceni to me town ol
n U'n. U . - - - j . . .. ' !
mumiuaviiiw. mi. on a credit ot twi. ..nnth. i
except Fifty Dollara cash Hold npon Is inooth's I
umetoavom ine rgut of redempuon. at the lu-
swKe w i,.iaira.ii
. . M0RF0RD, C A M.
AipiUA-av w y m iw wj
In Chancery at McMinnyille, Tenn. I
James r. i nompsor,
B, L Ridley and Hugh Frances.
IN obedience to a decrea of ih. r.nu r .
. . . . - ' won
i- tin. cuse at in. starch lerm, A. b.
" sou at tne coorthnuee in atcjamnvilla
J w (OW,
A LOT OF CKOtWD,
yinr Bear the Depot st McM'nnville. on ..i..i
-"ii. o oe twelve month s credit so
avoid the r ght of redemption, at iho iu.n- .
"""i"-,UM"- nonu aaa tecunty will be required,
and a lien retained. 1 '
n. J- MORFORD, Clerk A Master,
apiilll tw. pre lee 14 0)
In Smith County Circuit Court.
October Rules I. Cl, oiBce, Kebruary 24 1466.
Thomas M Hugnee, ) '
Martha Jans Hugbee. J
.. wriw uu sausiaction ol tne tiers, oa a-h-
. I ... 1 tK-t .1... . .
11 is therefore ordered th.it notice be g.ren tT ,,b.'
hsaed in the cur of Nashtm, i JT,
f"'nWe!k?' rlarlog said Maruia Jane Hugncs
" UKllil VOU t (4 omith
connty, Tenaeasae,.tt4Bg at tne Court U-iT S
Carthage, on the 4ih Monday id Him. V..?7.?
T.T."- d' " com! I
L r7V r , "" wui t,e baen 'or cor..
I'"1 or uie wait will be taken '
Bee4 aod act dowa for beet ing e part-,, a- I
, .,, VVAL J, CLtifkuANi.cii
toblT wit. HvJ.fViiu,
Eleeoa, It. C.
In (Thancarw .1 T ;: .,. rr
' -bbiou, 1 enneSSee.
MARCH RI'I v i j.-.-
Jcss Roberta, t als '
K. 9. Cullom, et a. t.
I. tl... . .. .
it-rurt.. ...u u ins s.t.fciaci in to
u f u . tj J . ... r.wMoeni .i ..'.a
. .... ou j in.-i.ir. ir... ... r. . . . . . .
u.oui OI ixili.a.iua .1 riiirceai.l.e.
KntIW.feV Ana .l . '. - - -
. t .... ' nKTV, HJ III. Ill-" Of-
"- w Ui r.i I .. . . ...
wu. N.m Ol I -x ., .. . . . . ...
him; It is there&r .,i v , ....
made ior fou. eonecnhve weeks id the -Nar
UQion. a aew.n.i . n.n. k . . ... ...... v
ff. r-. i.e. iu mo . : . J w -' I
Ti.e., leuoBHeee. reTM .. -...( 1.. . ..
peer at the Beit wrm of the bano.ry i ou n foV.Wer.
ton county, to be Aaid in I j..; .... r.n t. lie- i . .
jlJ 01 u0t next, (ls) and oweal. aoaeeror
evmnr looomplainaut's bill, or lha s.ine w,.l be
,uv con.ee4d at to him, ami wl tor h
J. W. (AKiuHT, CA M.
In Chancery at Huntingdon, Teen.
APRIL RULE. I606.
J B Bnrrow.
ii B burrow.
IH Ihit eau'e. It appear. sg to the Cirrs an 1 Mas-
ait llMt n.I.n . . M.ntu'. M.rlI
Radar aod ha wle M.rt. Bre.aid. ii.li.ard f . 1
and ie El aahetit, Joha Homer, at J w le at ar.ba.
Joan, B.nita M aa-4 K .eaoraa Itaacuin, aad .N.po-
tern snnter-. rat. iirca of Job a aad sttirit
ean Burrow aad cruid of Baoka M, are ml ciui.es
sv tn s siue, but of the Mate ol Ari.n-u, aid a:-o
r.dwtrd 1 keen sa l wi'e .M.rwada, .N.poieoa B,
eiaiy.jotiB B, sal Virginia Aeea, d lndasts, are
Boe-re.ul.au ot tbe nuue 01 leuseuee, ao that
Ih rd taa ly proceas of law can act be mi ved uooa
' It is iherelore ordered that puhict oa he made
ior tonr Bve Ms re weeks, ia tne ssivt'ie I nine.
s n as paper putgisbed in toe cy t( .vuhr,ai, r.-
quinng aaid a-wianli tu appear at seal c urt, I
oe neid at ute ooanbotue in tbe tow of Hun ini
tios, Teca , ea th Aral Monday la August Mil,
then an there to plead, answer or detour to com-
pik. neat's bill, or tbe same wiii be taken or eorJe.
ed aa 10 itism and set lor hriaiisK i pa:t
apuiMt II HA ld, CAM.
Dead?rlck and l-Iun Streets,
And have tba advantage that reliable Steam Power
-gives, for turning out work raf idly, add
having recent! vmad large addition
to cur .already extensive stock of
a1 Piinuog Material,! arenow
prepared tol execute,"; at
short notice, sad on res
sonsble terms, ever
PLAIN AND FANOV
rirco lars,C-rdst FoneralllnTlt-tloni,
Ballr oaJ, Steamboat, "an (Commercial
BUI-Heads, Theatre, Show; Concert
and Railroad Tickets,
Tlieatre, Show and Concert rotters
Fills' of Fare for Hotels and Restaa
Steamboat Manifests, Bills of Lading,
Dra J Tickets, Druggists' Labels,
LETTER--HEADS, LAW BLANKS, Ac ,If.
Stuta, Cuunty L Corporation
W rtupecttully invite a liberal patron-
" smowing that our stvl of workmsn
ihip cannot he excelle-J, or cur terms com
In Chancer- at Mcilinnviile, Tertn.
Frsavaav Kslu, IScS.
A ndley. Mary aad Thstnaa Earnaoo, AAA other:
VS I kill In -.11 l.mnA
Joseph Hameoa, Aodley aad Elisabeth WleeoMn,
euy atcureror. Jama lxwrenc and wi vir-
I thiseaase. 't appearinc to th sat'factioa f
the Clerk aad Master that th ahov Berried 4ev
ieadaaia are Dou-reei Jeeta of tn efa of Tenaea
re. au that the ominary proceea of law casao be
served opontoem: It is iherelore ordered Uia pub
licanoa be trwta fat four aucreeaire vwlm, Is the
Naanmln Loioa. a Bears paper punished ta she
city af Niaarii.e, Teaneeeee, reqn.nng aaid de
f'O.lanis to aptwa r on the Arst uar of onr next
Ccurt, to be held st tb Court bona ta McXina
Vilie, on th tbvrUi AtoaMay ia Msrch Aext. 1A
aad there 10 plead, answer or demur lo eomwisra
Ant's kuL sir to aatne wiil be taa lor eon'sasarl as
to uhem, sal set Kir Aear nr ax parte
By J. ii. A-.SS, J, 0,
REAL ESTATE iCEjJT,
PURCHASES AND SELLS REAL ES
tat. Collects Rents, Leases Dwel
lings, Farms, Gardens, Lots,
AnJ gires prompt attention to the per
fecting cf Negotiations.
State, Cocnty, and SsshrJIe Cty 02cia.'9.
Members of the two Branches of the JiashrXs Cry
Editcr and Publiebersof N.lmlIo,.Cty Daily Pa
per. Poet Master, Nashnlie, Tnnedee.
Office and Raaldeare, corner of Capitol Avert
ue and Park street, oppoeiie east frooi ol tue Mat
Capitol, ahvllle, Tenner see.
C ITU ATE D in Carroll county.
Mississippi, la the
aaoo V alley, a fear miiea lrom Carroiiion, con-
800 or 1000 Acres,
free from overflow, and in thai heart of the fineet
Cotton growng region ia the aouiA. The land baa
breto:ore yielded troin ooe lo oae ana a hill bales
ol Cotioa lo the acre. The piaee .a in good coudi
tion, aiid otlera peculiar advautages, be ug conve
nient to the market, aod io every respect, suitable
for raising a tine crop ot' cotton.
To persona having the seomearv capital at their
commiuid, Una plantation otters great luducemeuts,
Kent J per acre. Apply tj
II. G. MCOVEU
TX)R SALE-23 Acres good Garden Land; Brick
A? boue of two rooiua and klt-'lieo, aruoke
how. Within forty steps ol the house oo of tbe
beet spout springe ia the country. Two miiea from
Nashvill, oa the Vaugna Pike, between Mr. Me
1 .mil's aud Mr. A. Truit'a. Price KJ.7JO, oue half
casa, balance in ou year. App yto
H. O. BCOVKL
FOR S4LE-A small Frame Bouse, lot 23x70, on
Jai'kiwn street, uortn oi tbe Corporation spring
T30R REMT Five rooms in third story, south
X. west corner Cedar and Cherry street, for two
years from January 1st, 1S66, at ttou per annum,
and V bouua. Tbete rooms are well located lor
DUnine-ie oiw-e, end cheaper than any we Saow
ol ror.!iig IJ bo per iuoa. lor eacu.
T.10R SALE 270JAcreeof land, S.S miles from
. the Siewanee (Joel Mioe(, manon county, leun.,
w.ih good improveiiieuui, Hew M.tl in rutioing or
der; the g.neral outiinee and description ot which
will I giveu. Price I i per acre ca.n, baianie
1 audi yew. Hui exchange tor vity or country
JPOR or FXCHANiiE FOR NAHHVILLE
IjTY KyPLKI Y. aNw AU-suiv, InU., proinr
if Ui fulluwe : A iwo story Ktiva house in vrte?t
repair, Dwly i-a-nteKl, on !eron-J tHoic of th uck
nrr. in lull fie of it, Dar trie uot ot Ui rsvilt
10 roomi, pr-fi, cuul4jriii, dsoltt, celt Mid
cixu-rn uculer the hou-. btue uuter rouJ
-Hi-t. Vruo-t shed, Ac , afc?. House niMiiilit jO fet
bfsA'k from one mrertt ni 4t fet trom the other,
Lot te on the corner, ftoxttiU, with rear tttDcinir.
Alo two tNjiuH, of three roouw 'ht oo lot
170, :th rtr i ooe , citAtrn to eei.Q tiuu
aii-i iieU fur both. Au valuoi l rs:.uuu.
T70R SALE 163 faet oo North Front street, xit
mdB, next noriii ot oJ AVti)ototnt bn Ja hLt!,
known mm the Bru'k liridAje Tii Iioum projmriy,
enim-ewi'ine tne Tolt-Uouje ni laree Liverv mat He.
Iteiil be soM an n whote er iu !-. No ir-atoU lor
Over pr -uimiiii.
FR PALE A email
brick Church Pise. :
Frm of 33 A.r, on the
in1 lee nortti tf NttTil.e.
well in. proved. Fraiue houiH of three room ft, (
d hell end xiuntn, i ho npnn-i, hoe youu( or
r liar a ot ouu trml treei, iu-1 Liuuid; to beer, Hp-
piee, pachee, pHutnii,
crternee ena piuuii. nil well
ternee end pi
Mcloeed. per acre; one-ht-lf cavh, hs.ij.ncn
uno-w fe-vr. roAiMMeicn Kifea J-uiuery 1st, lca6,
OU Bi it 4 School Car-, i0 gocd order avitb
baroe.a. Prxe l-'o
COR BALK S", or Si feet front oo North
a- cnerry tnreet, l leet dep, next north of the
Commercial rlote.1. This ia a cenir.i uuiioeM lo
ra lly. Prve S'-" per loot. L'ue-Lail cah, oanu. e
in 1 ana n J.iiri, luiereet ana lieu.
"pOR SALE On of Chtckenng's Fine Piano.
JpliR RENT A new Frame House of S rooms,
-a in Norm Naahmte, war the reauteuce ol Mr.
r , n. tneaitiaai. rnce per annum.
FOR RENT Fifteen Acres of good Laad, at Srirt
Toll -gale oo Oallatm Pike.
"jCTOB BALK-4 feet, corner Via and t'nio
A streets, oppoeite tte residence ol Mr. .
sident Po k. i'nc yiuu por fool. A noble spot lor
a bne reaidence.
No. 247 For Sale,
rim AT VALUABLR BRICK 1W ELLIN'S. So.
X Si Cedar street, long known ae trie Lr. Martin
Property, well aituated k.r wore, orfiiwa. or. m o-t
aiaa-wtaoy active bnvinee, it be og on tlie great
thorotlgl.htfe tothebtate CapibH, Punlic iuare aud
Caurt Hou.e, ead veiy ceulrally lorauvl. l. mi eli.te
may a i give Uuaatwntioa. Lot fc'.ini w
il,.). ball, caehi balance, oae and tw
iy& SALE. BtJRNA VI8T.A SPRIN'fi-lS
Jt Acres: one smalii r rarne Huil.linir et two riKm.;
fc-oces in order: '1 HHKE 8Ul.PULIt bPkIi"
Lite. Red. and Bla'k; Tj l-reesujne bprngs.
Oae cistern on the mil ; 6i feet front oe the Bu.oa
V A pike: the entire pi t u about s-iiiare. On
tne Ui1 acre are foiled n II, gte.a, rawr, rea
ro. k. ii, bold rel et pr ii, rlt, aprmgs, creek
and a romantic drive. 1 his pM-tureeque Wstruig
Vmcm. ia Dos.ei.iioo ot toe r em man, can be mvie
the mont att ai ore summer renoit anout .Nihiil.:
aud being only I'd eu'es flora the eny, le easily
rea-iiM or poe.1. CT.u.ejmr., nm no aouta 1-
tot. niy montns will oearoeenuie i.y btret a .1-
foad. Ht'.".o"a"r 'm. Appyto
n. u. otAjal Htal fc-laie A?eo
T-H'RALE Oneaa.ian.lf sorv BRICK Hoi'-".
.1 Wo. i'-t, went aue of south Cherry reet, .th
w art, of A.ur room two uu. an l : w doe a eut.rs.
tiyinuit water, g.xi fee..-., .one ro-.m sod cliet.
Ix.t J'l 1'1. Prh-e ft i caen, b.lMucw ib A
an J ii mooitis ; itibviea ao i i.eo.
I.".. at Al.Si HHit-'av tJ-r.i.i i.-,i ef rooms.
1 dining room, k'tclteo sod sr.Bou. rom. IaA
llu Noril. Mwket toreet, next srniih of tle.l' ua
f-rni.rry ooruptea oy n rewers. rrti-e l'..oi
U.i'i c n j 1 awe 10 1 aad I r,.rs.
.ejK !.ti.a r A4c H "iK in E1eAell
1 a ,ood rooms. I a wi 17.1 iiM t..n. . tv.
tin r ia rre-e ti,6o i,vuca.3 , usiaure ia ea
year, iBLereet eu.1 nen. aopiv to
li. li .-h.u LL, K-ai I -.1.1. Acot.
fT'tJE mwi.i H'.iU-iK f, r I.M-Tb.s is en
1 cf the lareet Hot-i. Ib Ka.-iviiie, ha.iac an v
room., and ia aa exoeMeet leraiiy. aad with.i
doing a rraid buwne-a. I be furniture of 1 a hou.e
wi 1 te Boia at apprai v prce. ; ana Hotel leai
at A u! pcranaum, (or aur year, rrom iaatury
I 1 , A r.. I. . '
H. O. SCOT Ft.,
aveai aiKaui Agant, comer ipiu Aveau and Pai k
OSaeaad reaideoc. orar Part slre antCap-
UV . 1 1MB, yyyvm ... m.uuwh B tc - p 1 kj .
For atif tt t meBtioned pro-rty asD'v
m r - - w . - -,
RKAL ISTATI A..S.fT.
Ccr-at of Park 9o4 aad Capitol Aiesae, oppoalt
aV-at frual yf he a-u Oa.W-
2IalI Sltasislafp CoapiDj'j
TOUCHING AT MEXICAN PORTS,
And Carry tc lha lalud BiaMe Mall.
I SAVE PIER No. 43 NORTH F I VI it, foot of
J Canal street, at li o'clock Boon, oa th 1st,
liJi, ana illof every moath (except when thee
days tail oa senday, aed then oa the preced ng bat.
nraayi, for AbPIVtALl, connecting, via Panama
Ksi.wav, with on ot the Comravy s swamsh.p
from Panama lor SAN FRaSCIsCJ, touch. ag at
1st ARiZONt.conncctrng with GOLD 15 CITT.
loth aaS CHAl'M'AY, cooaccun. w:ta CO
Jim NSW TORS, connecting wtta CON8TTTU
TIO.N. Leparture of I'd and 71 l connect at Panama
arth Steamers for HULTH PACIFIC PORl'S. loo
of M loach at MJOiZAMLLU
Taaocaa rassasi axtes ra craAxrarr.
First Cabin, Second Cabin. Btewreg.
S3UO. tSSOO. SlOU,
A d -count of ON il'ARTIR from atearoers
rates allowed to secotd cabin and sa-erage paa-a-k'n.
ith larcil .s. Aiso as allowan.' ol ,UM2
iUAHlE on Ihrocyh rates Us cier.vmea and
Uieir lamiiiea, and school tearhera; soldiers having
honorable diK'Uargee, hALK KABK.
tin iiundred poumta Baggage slowed each
a'.Dlt. , BagjragavM alters avompany barag
through, and aiieod lo lad.es aad children w about
male protectors, aieggsge receive oa in dock
day before eai ing. from steamboats, railroads, aad
panaengera who prefer to seed dowaeany.
An exper-eoced esrgeoa oa board. M.dieineaad
A bteanier will b plarwd on the Mm Janoary let,
lMie, lo run from Mi W OlUJAd toAaflAV.ALL,
li HAV ANA.
For Paiwag Ttckt ts or further lofonsaurn. ap.
pty at the Company's ticket odioe, on tlie V. Lcr,
Foot of Canal street, Nortn River, hew lork.
F. W.ta. baXLoWa, Ae-.t.
United Stales Steel Pen Works
FACTO BY, C1MDEX, IS. J.
R. ESTERBR00K & CO.,
ETEEL FEN MAXCFACTURERS,
. nvu.Aira 1 SI ArcA-et.. TPtsllA.
""'u'u" j e. 41
A JA-e.. Hew 1 rA.
lv to order ol any pattera or .Uun required.
Catrvice. ThM Pens are rf genuine Amer'can
maiiumtur aad equal m Anii.h, elastxiry aud floe
nees of point lo the bec imtvned. They are,
therefore, sure to gain ihecoutideace of tne Ameri
cas p-ibo.-. The r.'-eiTiile of onr aignatur surTi
cieni security agaiat Ibreigaimi'atioB.
as- For sale at retail bv all auooera in th
United biatea. K. JaVS 'l'iilUlKouav A I VI.
ocul bin eod
HICE3 PANTSNT PTRRfT ACTINbl REC1P.
S-iViog 75 Pr
number o f
the beet en
The cheet, simpleet, most aimpact and JuraN
Adapted to Marine, Stationery, fertabte. Loco
motive, CHI and Mmtog nee. ta any sire.
AJdre. TUn HICK3 KNUINK CiX.
6trfrJfue 3S LiPerty St., ew erk:
CUl I! HI IHil! & CO,
S't7 MAIN STREET, LOUIsVlLLK, KT.
OEN'TS for MARCH. BRtW., PIERCE A CO. 9
PATS' VT RRVFRxlPI.tC
ENAMELED WATER PKtAlK PAPER COLLAR,
tbe beet article mantiiactiire.1, contain r; no poiso
nous material, and aarrauled prenpuatioa prcol.
HILL, BKvtA. A CO.8
PATENT KXPAJIDEO STAR COLLAR.
showing spa.- for tte cravat, icelt ng sll others
by its superior shape and weight, and iniheet
qiiHite bnirh and aluteueea of the peptr.
LOt'KWOOD'S CELEBRATED CLOTH LINKU
LATIF,- PAPER COLLAR.
AI.HO, Bvroa and Chokers Clch l ined PAPLa
CL KKH, f. r l.adiea and beatiemeu, from aaioe
Chicago Manufacturing Co.' I.aJifS
Tateat EaamoleJ Collars & CutTs.
The Trade suppl ed at Miuiuf cturer's price.
A full line of Cloihs, Cssimerea. Poot an J Shoes,
Rea.lf-wa'e Clotna, Hoop Mk.rts, Motiou., A.-,
aianys iu btoca, aud lor se, at
dad. All cur iioodi are v.1 J ti,.-lus. to f
. ON COMMISSION.
OONSTITtlllON WATER :
is arthnut doubt, Ihs only knows remedy tor
PlAbK 1 r H
HRicg rt"T rEP.iS'.Ti,
IRRITATION OK 1 HK Mica
INFLAMMATION UK '1UK RtliNKTS,
CAIAKKH OF 1UE bLAl'l'Krt,
Certtflcatee ot curee from waii-knowe oeritoti.
from all p.rtof ttieconutry mo prnlar, will tieseui
on ad.lreliig WoKllAN A Al l. K.N, Ag.nl.,
darl&Jon No. Cl.J -I . N. I .
W. C. COLLIER,
wsot.EMLx am a wail seals rs
SCHOOL BOOKS, BLANK EOOSS
GOLD AND STEEL PEN3,
Writing Fluid and Copying Ink,
WEDDIXC, miTLVG i.3 rSKTER S rM
LATEST LITERATURE OF THE DAT,
Ho. 37 Union Btrett,
(Bet. Cnerry and College,)
rrptios ol Pintle
Rv"Ordr ao!u-iUd fur every J
In Chancery At LigJcd, Tennessee).
OVF.MBeit Kl Ltd,
R. J. Howor.l el
v r Ongiaal Hi i.
John U. andrew., et n.
iN BN.Uon of compiaioanla. t their soIk-iiot.
and it tppaermg to the u itvluo i4 Ih.l l.rii and
"e". Irani ea allegaiios in comi.ia aaai'a uil
tlmt th defeadaB. Jame. aod i'ettoa 'l.Tlor.
K ran. ia Igienart and her finr..od Lt'ne rwrt l e.
nart, sre ato mnjuu o4 trie suae of 'I nun n i
1 I' IB tberek-ire Or.l.IMl i..iIi....mi I ..!
for four conaei otive weeks ib tne t.hr ii. Pbk o,
a newspaper punched ia the eny ol KBebni.e, r
quirmg the .u I iletoo.u s to appear at ibe neit
term of the Chaix-err Ueu-t to te bei.l lor tte
county of perry, at the eaurtiiouse te me u.uof
ijni, ob Hit tirt I nur- i-y a ter the r.nt .luo-
day ia Apr. I oei', thee and there to eoter ihe.r le
fauce lo eompl. mailt tail, or lha same wiH be u e
sea lor conleaeid, aud set for hearing ei pare as
At. M. lUoMlK, 0 A M.
In Chancery at ilcMinnyilld.
Lewis Faul-tasr, and others, complaiaanla,
v. I 11 h-.i
The beirs of John Cooaey. their una aars'Sv,
Maiy CotXiaaHl hareml lr. s.lbwr sua. insaanwe
lo com i' a r..nt. m .v! Cooaev. A.cft.rd C-a.f.
and Joua Weoii and tat wje. Ana, avraieriy A.u
t jok.y, oVteadsnl ,
IT appeannir to ti.a ,i.-v-t.n of the Ue I aud
Maatxr, 'roro a ia.it. in i the ah.e Banted Ja-
l-aaaut are aoa r-nd.au. at ih fte et 1 in .-
.ao tbat (he orliirv pr--. ot law raanut t
served upon titetn Jt .s to-reaieor-u e l tt at pi.n
i.atioo ta mad, fir Jou junteuuw. weaaa, ia tn
anv.ii Laicu. a eee.pap-r Pi-i.CI.ed is the ct
of a.eehvt.le, retiuriDg vd doo-l su to aoi r
oa tne hi t da of our nxi Court, to heid at''-
M.uoviiia. oa Ibe A'li S is'if ia "narf., 1-
p e M I, euawer er demur 10 eraspiaiaauui' Uli. or ice.
u-rw w.it o. 1 a lot roAlaai.t, aa to Uwiu, aul
M tut r.i ".tig rapart.
j. jr. ji'ikfuki' i . si-
Ut war By J. C Hevsa. u. u-
Original Attachneni-No 303
George W. BaaJey ea. John Irv a.
IT SBDeanss !ra the af-davit i ed is th s ess
that trie cufeeoant Jona Itrv a eh-oooe, w tuat
the or haa, ry proceae caauot he served u turn ; a
iherelore ordered luat puw.cat... be u.aae lor loar
iicceMia .ntiii ui. .l" 1 Luwm, a.iry a
ibe aaiii John strvia lo appear he ore Jooa af'aia. a
Jusi.ce of Uie Peece u" aladiaov..i. klooio
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