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FRIDAY MORNING, JULY 17, 18C8.
Ellis Wood, of Vermont, made last year
CC0 pounds of butter from two old and one
two-year-old Jersey cows, besides raising
two oalres and fattening one, and supply
ing a family of five persons with milk and
The veterinary editor of Wilkes' Spirit
of the Times reccommends the following for
scratches in a horse : Take sulphate of
zino, one drachm ; glycerine, two ounces ,
apply every morning.
The "Aurora Beet Sugar Company," 111.
lias purchased 485 acres of land, ul a cost of
33,000, near Montgomery, on which they
propose to raise beets for sugar.
Tho strap-leafed turnips are raised at ve
ry small cost by sowing among corn at the
last cultivating, say the first week in Au
gust. If the corn is cut up by the roots,
.say early in September, tho turnips have the
ground the rest of tho Eeason and frequent
ly make, ou good soil, 400 to 500 bushels
Sow plenty of turnips. If not couvenient
to market they are the most profitable food
for cows, sheep, dec. Besides, this crop
does not exhaust the land more than the
weeds that would grow in their place. Sow
about the first of August.
With go'd culture and a good season,
300,000 1 ickles may be made from an acrs
of cucumbers, on which the grower expects
to cle&r 300. It takes about, four hands
per acre to pick them. The cucumbers are
usually assorted into three sizeB, the largest
for table use and the two smaller ones are
sent to the factory.
Hints to Farmers.
What Hoes to Use. In planting or hoe
ing corn, use the ordinary hoes in general
use. Neither India rubber hose uor cotton
boos wr uld be of any account in a corn
field; no more would one of Hoe's eight
How to Hold the Plow. Don't try to
hold it out at arm's length. You can't do
If you haveu'ta plow of your own, get
out an attachment on your neighbor's who
owes you. Any justice will tell you wheth
er you can hold it or not.
The Best Time to Put in Rye. I asked
an old farmer once when was the best lima
to put in rye. lie looked at his watch and
replied, "Tliis is about the hour." The
rye was immediately put in.
All seasons are the same for putting in
How to Keep Corn. The best place to
keep corn is in a barn-house, though some
prefer to keep it in the system in the juice.
If they don't keep corn, they keep corn'd.
Fences and Fencing. Good fencing is
essential on a farm. Get a good 'fencing',
master to learn you. A rail fence is bet
ter than an ordinary one. You can't re
pair a rail fence by taking vermifuge.
To Make your Stable Warm in Winter.
Sat Cre to them.
To Make Stone Fence. Take equal purls
of whi&ky and cider. This is the recipro
cal stone fence ; the more you lay it oil" the
more it will "lay" you.
Easy Way to. Draw Sw Lfg8. Draw
them on a piece of paper with a crayon
pencil. After a little practice you will be
nblo to draw the largest kind of I3 with
Poik. Packing thread is of no use in
packing pork. In curing ham the lima va
ries. Hams that have got trichina enn't
03 cured at all.
The Radicals are guiky of crimes too
monstrous for paliatiou too unnatural and
damning for foryi vencsa. But some of us
would let the luxuriant weeds gruw, pro
ducing a tich harvest cf sl.ame, degrada- j
tion and luin, becaute any lR,it to uproot !
the evils t:ji;' pvl'ly b? e f -.d- ied '.--- t
1 mo 2 rnos. 3 mos. 6 mos. lyr.
f 3,50 6 a flS
8 11 15 I 20
8 11 15 20 I 25
10 15 13 25 I CO
12 15 20 25 J 40
15 18 25 80 I 45
20 25 SO 40 J 55
25 , 80 85 j 50 J 90
Decision of Chancellor Shackleford in the
Great Medical College Case Drs. Jen
ninjs, Eve and Jones Sustained.
On yesterday morning, Chancellor Shac
kelford delivered an elaborate wi itlen opin
ion upon the points involved in this case,
from w Lith we make the following abstract.
After reviewing the facts of this case, and
referring to the questions made by the par
ties. He was of opinion.
1. That no contract or a"reement made
between the parlies composing the original
faculty, before they procured the leaseof
the Medical College from the University of
Nashville, can be looked to in determining
the rights of thebe parties.
2. That this lea60 made by the Univer
sity of Nashville to Drs. Watson, Buchan
an, Bowling, Witi6tou, Porter, Lindsley,
and their successors, on the 19ih of Octo
ber, 1850, is the only thing that can be
looked to, and it does not in law create a
partnership in the legal sense of the term ;
therefore the court cannot appoint a re
ceiver, as it might have done, to take charge
of the partnership property and close up the
3. The lease having been made to those
parties and their successors, it was not the
intention of the University of Nashville to
vest in them any right of property in the
Medical College, but simply the riyht to
conduct a Medical School in the property
leased ; and this right was vested alike in
them and their successors.
4. And therefore, upon tho death of any
one of them bis interest in the institution,
did not descend to his personal or real re
presentative, nor was it liable to hid debts
during his life time, neither did it survive
to the remaining original lessees.
5. For by the terms of the lease, when a
chair became vacant, or a new one was cre
ated, the faculty of the Medical Department
had the right to nominate the party to fill
it, but when nominated, he became a "ey"
cessor" in the language of the lease,
embraced in its provisions, drew his pow
ers and privileges from it, and the univer
sity which granted it became at once equal
to and independent of the other members
of the faculty as fully as though he had
been named iu the lease instead of being
embraced underihe term of successor.
6. In as much as complainants, Jennings,
EveJ&nd Jones, have been regularly consti
tuted "successors" ia accordance with
the term of said law, they are entitled to
all the rights, privileges and perquisites
arising from their partnership, and as the
power creating the Medical College has not
provided any mode by which they can be
expelled, no such power exists either on
the part of the University of Nashville
which yielded up all control over the Med
ical College during the existence of the law,
nor on the part of the original lessees be
cause they did not exeroise any such pow
er under the proisions of the law.
7. Therefore, theactof defendants, Bow
ling, Lindsley, Winston and Briggs, in at
tempting to expel Doctor Jennings, and to
vacate the chairs of Doctors Eve and Jones,
wa unauthorized and notwarnted by the
provisions of the lease, or the powersjvest
ed in them. That the complainants, Jen
nings, Eve and Jones are entitled to fill
the several chairs in the College, to which
they have been respectively appointed, and
are entitled to be protected in the enjoy
ment cf their lights and privileges pertain
ing thereto. Thatlhe defendants, Bowling.
Lindsley, Winston and Briggs, be enjoin
ed and restrained fiom interfering or mo
lesting them, and that they be permitted to
lecture in the College, enjoying all the
rights and privileges pertaining to their
chairs, and bearing their proportion of the
expenses of the institution.
8. And as a result of tho foregoing prin
ciples the court is further of opinion that
the appointment of Drs. Maddin, Calender,
Nichol, Buchanan, Van S. Lindsley and II.
M. Compton was unauthorized and void ;
that it was done in violation of iho injunc
tion of this court, and they bave acquired
po rights thereby ; that they are intruders
and will be enjoined from lecturing or in
terfering with the complainants, Jennings,
Eve and Jones, ir their duties as Professors
in said College, and a decree will bo Enter
ed in conformity with this opinion.
The Influence of a Good Life.
Our experience and our conflicts with
the world, lead U3 at times to indulge mis
anthropio sentiments, and charge all men
with s-lfi9h or impure motives. Tho play
of pride, prejudice and passion, and the ea
gerness manifested by the great majority
of men to advance their own interests, of
ten at the expense of others, and in viola
tion cf the golden rule, cause us to look
with suspicion upon the best intents of oth
ers. Atrogance, hypocrisy, treachery
and violence, every day outrages justice,
till we are almost disposed to distrust hu
man nature, and become discouraged. But
amid all that is sad and disheartened in the
busy, noisy world, now and then there is
presented to us a I i fa of such uniform vir
tue, that we recognize in it a character that
brings hope for the perfect development
and ultimate regeneration of our race.
Such characters ar precious, and such ex
amples should be held up to the world for
its admiration and imitation ; they should
be snatched from oblivion and treasured in
the hearts and thoughts of all who are in
process of forming habits and ma'uring
Rf.mone:. Judje Horace II
of tho S'.ate Supreme Court, on
res.'''!;-d thi j uiicul trrr.i.j ; to
Tuesd a v,
Ca J uia'c
Clipping from the Louisville Journal.
For his losses he (Grant) had something
to Bhow, which cannot be 83id of the other
commanders. Pitlslurg Commercial.
No, that can't be said of the other com-
coanders. It is true, Butler had his spoons
and Banks his cotton, but the rest of them ,
Sherman .particularly didn't have "a
A radical paper boasts that the "new
constitution of Alabama places tha State iu
hands of the tried Unionists." This is
lucky for "the tried Unionists." The old
constitution cf Alabama, with a little help
from her old laws, would place a good ma
ny of them in the State prison.
The editor of the Oneida Republican is
willing to swear that Grant will be elected.
The One-Idea editor had better do hia
swearing a little more circumspectly.
The opposition press frequently assert
that Grant wa3 unsparing of the lives of his
men. Pittsburg Commercial.
And tltd deuce of it is, they have the
facts and figures to prove it.
The iron ladle belonging to the town
pump of Lowell, Mass., was missing the
other day. Butler had taken it through
force ol habit.
Graot "proposes" to saw himself off of a
limb ffr the Presidential bird's nest "if it
takes all summer."
Butler is fond of musio because the notes
Eclipse of the Sun in August.
The great celestial phenomenon of a total
clipse of the sua, whicl will be visible
longer than any other eclipse observed in
historical times, and which takes placs on
the 1 8th of August, still occupies the at
tention of the learned societies of Europe.
Besides those astronomers whom, on a for
mer occasion, we mentioned as joining the
English and French expeditions, we now
iSnd the names of some rerxarkabla men in
uermany, who nave been authorized to
make a visit to our antipodes, or to that
neighborhood at least, to observe the eclipse.
Mr. Engelinan, of Leipzig, Dr. Tietjen, of
Berlin, and Professor Sparer, of Anclam,
are ordered to Bombay ; whilst Drs. Zenker
and Vogel accompany the expedition to
Aden as photographers. Dr. Thiele, the
assistant astronomer of the observatory of
Bonn, on the Rhine, has started already to
Masulipatan in the East Indies. Whether
or not American astronomara are going to
join any of the expeditions we do not know.
The time from now till the middle of Au
gust is not too long for a journey to the
The Louisville Journal says : "The rad
icals boast that the Arkansas bill passed
over the Presidents head. Many a buz
zard has passed over a gentleman's head
bill and all."
Radicalism has made a Pandemonium of
the South. It has trampled upon the Con
stitution, robbed the white man of his lib
erties, disfranchised him and enfranchised
the negro. The press, whose mission it is
to lash depotism, villainy and usurpatior,
should pour out a lava of burning indigna
tion at the atrocity of Radicalism. v
The special correspondent to the Ciucir
nati Commercial has an amusing on dit
about our "Wizzard of the Saddle" which
is characteristio of that out-spoken, honest
and intrepid soldier. The night before latt
a New Yorker entered the room of General
Forrest, of Tennessee, who was in bed, and
introducing himself as a Chase Democrat.
After conversing a few moments he direct
ly proposed to buy Forrest, who elapped
him in the mouth, and springing up in his
shirt tail he gave the pecuniary messenger
a violent barefoot kick as he fiad through
M J SCKr J ANEOUS.
MASONIC ORPHAN'S HOME
lf IVortli Cherry Street,
CM A KITES A. FULLKK.
ED. K. I'ENNKU AKER,
Sof'y A Trcas.
(ion I Atrent.
Asents for tiiles County.
VM. II.McCALLUMJ 1'nniski, Tennessee.
West Side of Public Square,
Life and Fire Insurance Agent,
BOOTS & SHOES
Ilfivi' g Received his Spring Stock,
FVo.sli & "Greiiu-Wiiio."
the 8.11:10 to lii-j iriend.-i au
the trade jre:i-
At S.:ip.!1 Pro:it, l OH TIILCASM.
At cna cf our city hotels yesterday a
very strange phenomena occurred. A large
piece cf ice was put in a lirgc glass of
milk f r one cf the guests. The ice was al
lowed to entirely dissolve before the gen
tleman proceeded to drink the milk ; as he
was bringing tho glass to his lips his pene
trating eye detected some things moving in
the milk, and, on examination, the moving
things were found to be very small fishes
which had been concealed in the ice for
five or six months, and were revived by
the congenial beat of the milk. The gen
tleman immediately improvised a little aqua
rium, and his littlo pets, as he calls them,
are growing vigorous and lively Jjy the
hour. Xaskville Press and Times.
It takes a long time to start a newspaper
and bring it up to a good established pay
ing condition. The publishers of the
Stockholm (Sweden) Gazette, after trying
it one hundred and three years, have at last
abandoned the enterprise.
A few years 6ince, at tho celebration of a
national anniversary, a poor peddler, who
wa3 present, being called upon for" a toast,
offered the following: "Here is health to
poverty ; it sticks to a man when all his
friends forsake him."
EVE HY AFTERNOON,
Edwin Whitmore and F. A. Tyler,
Cnder the firm stylo of
WHITMORE & CO.,
ISTo. 13 Madison Street,
THE PUBLIC LEDGER is served to City Suh
soribors by faithful carrier nt FIFTEEN
CENTS per week, payable weekly to the carriers.
By mail, EIGHT DOLLARS icr annum, or Seventy-five
Cents per month in advance.
The Fublic LEDGEKhasthe
LiAllGUST DAILY CIRCULATION
Of any paper published in tho State of Tennessee.
Oar Job Department
Ls complete, and is thelarcrest establishment of the
kind in tho Southwest. We employ none but capa
ble workmen, and torn out thj best of work at the
most reasonable priee3.
feb23-6m WIIITJIOKE & CO.
W I P H O U TA RIVAL!!
THE DIXIE FAR BIER.
AN ILLUTRATED WEEKLY . PAPER.
DEVOT' D TO THE FAR 31, THE GAR
DEN AND THE HOUSEHOLD.
Is Published every Thursday, at Co-J
lumhia and Nashville, Tenn.
TERMS Z a Year in Advance.
The Dixie Farmek is the only Weekly Agricul
tural Paper in Tennessco or the entire South, and
is equal to tho be-t. Address,
may3-ly Columbia, Tenn.
J. P. HAY,
South-East Corner of the Public Square,
Staple and Fancy Dry Goods,
CLOTHING, HOOTS & SHOES,
HATS & jSTOTIOiNTS.
rPHESE goods are freh, having been purchased
JL this Spring in New York and Philadelphia, and
will bo soli at reasonable rates. apr24
Still At His lost !
IIIE undersigned has just received and offers to
- sell, very cheap for cash, a neat and ell assor
ted stock of Stapl't and Fancy Dry (roods, Roots
and Shoes, Uats and Cups, (ueensware, Glassware,
Tinware, Hardware, Pocket and Table Cutlery,
Castings nnd Nai!s. Also keeps constantly on
hand a full supply of Fa'iiily and Fancy Groceries,
Coal Oil Lamps of the newest and most approved
pattern, Coal Oil of the purest and best quality,
which has been thoroughly tested and deprived of
any dangerous qualities. Also tlie purest articles
of Wines nnd Liquors, Tobacco and Cigars.
Thankful for former favors, I hope by ptrict at
tention to business and fair dealing to receive a lib
eral portion ot the public patronage.
Eikton, May 3. W.J. RIDGWAY.
P. S. All those indebted to W J Ridgwny indi
vidually or W J Ridgway for ti c use of Ridg .vay
& Rail, will please come forward and settle up, as
no longer indulgence can be given. W. J. li.
Taiicl to i Sale.
I will sell the farm belonging to II M James, near
Wales' static", containing 400 acres of the rich
est land in t he county , in lots to tuit purchasers,
from ten acres upwards. Fcr tei ins of sale applv to
ON Saturday, the 25th day of July, lSio.I will sell
to the highest bidder, iur cash, in the town of
Cornersvillo, Giles county, Tenn., the interest of T.
N. SwotTord, bankrupt, in a tract of about 2'JvJ acres
of mountain land in EnstTenncssee.
ROBERT L McCORD,
REYNOLD'S DIXIE PUMP !
The Simplest, Cheapest and Best ! I
rPIIISis the universal acknowledgement of those
X who huve Used the Dixie, mid having j-un hti-t d
the right ot Giiea county, we propose t- furni.-h
them at such raUs us that every owner of a cistern
or well may have one at u very small eo.-t. To ins-urea
cale to those u ho need purni-s, wc need only
ak them to s-c the liie tried, uiid direct atten
tion t j the certificates below.
Kol'NS fc tk;nk.
Pi i.f m:i, .( r :ie tZi h. ;.
We, the undersigned, have been using R"n"l l'.i
Dixie Pump, sold h .Messrs. Kor.ns te 'lignor, w hi
are the owners of ti. c-uny right lorGih- count
are well r-atisf.ed with the per;"' rmancc -f th- .
;in .lchecri'u'.ly reci intp.end th ru to ad r iv-n wan
ting pump tr i t !.e r lls or ci-t.-n.. the f--riv
being in- r '' ': .. ..d a.:ri ;.: rha ar v ot;.-.s
p. r: .p .' . V.. i AC Y.
J MV K. .H,iN.-0;-'.
;..:": t A. OX.
jl 215 3 C !
ITuf-ioasure in announcing to tho pnblii'. that
I aiu now ready with a new st.-k cl" Goods to
supp'y th'i wants and nov-t-ssities of anv wlm mnv
Family Groceries and Supplies,
I propose to eH very cheap for CASH, and in or
der that I mny continie to sell at small profits, Ida
sire to impress itnponthe minds of customers that
this rele will be ctriotly adhered to.
My old customers and friends, one nnd all of
whom I renst be allowed to thank for their favors
in tho past, are invited to call at my new hou?e, Nc
3, near the South-east corner of the equare, when
I will endeavor to servo them faithfully and fairlj
A. B. BEECH.
P. H. MiNLOTE.
A. C. BEECH.
X. D. RICHARDS.
BEECH, IiIAHLOVE & CO.,
Staple and Fancy Dry Goods
CARPETS, RLGS, MATTING,
All Width Floor Oil Clotna, Plusls Hair
Cloths, Damask and Lace Curtain (S-oo&a.
Window Shades and House Furnishing
Sf UPHOLSTERING DONE TO ORDER.
No. 60, North College St., Nashville, T.
Cotton Factors and Commission
CORNER BROAD AND MARKET STREETS,
july3-tf. NASHVILLE, TENN.
J. MANN & CO.,
NO . 55, SOUTH MARKET STREET,
GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS
OF All Descriptions.
IIEAPEU THAN THE CHEAPEST I
a. C. MITCHELL,
T. J. FLIPriSf.
Sam. C. Mitchell & Co.,
- PULASKI, TENN.
KEEP constantly on hrnd a fuM assortment of
Metaiie Collins of liio latest improvement.
Any kind of wood coliine furnished when preferred.
We have a
and can wait upon fun rals anywCcre in the county
at short notice. Thankful for past pu!ron;itro we
soiieit the same in the future, nud hoo by prompt
attention to business to give satisfaction.
OFFICE Three doors above Livery Stable.
BUILDERS & CONTRACTORS.
We are prepared to do all kinds of Carpenters
and Joiners work in as good -tyle and on as good
terms as the same cuu Le done tu tho country.
septT-tf S.M. &CO
MADIIO.V iTEATTON. It AMFTON 1. C1ILNEY.
B1.N. P. IIOV.
STEATTON, CHENEY & ROY,
No. 1(5, imOAD .STREET,
WE hereby present our grateful acknowl
edgements to our friends in Giles county
and elsewhere for their confidence and pat
ronage since we commenced business in Nash
ville. It stimulates us to renewed exertions
to deserve a continuanco of their support.
Our Sir. Roy will ojxn an otllce in Pulaski
on or before the 1st September next, when he
! will furnish
Bagging and Rope
. - . i .. i, -.,f;n jV;.. t-i..s. n ..
I to llioe. wfi "tu uik.ii j "i"
j house, pay the Revenue Tax, and give his per
! simal attention to tho shipment f all Cotton,
Produce, or other goods entrusted to us.
STRATTON, CHENEY, k ROY.
Hi r.x. McAlister,
Formerly of J. A. Mc
A lister fc Co.
Jctux F. WllKLKSS,
AND GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT!..,
Kd.fj C.ll''i'i;.t. (near Broad,) Nashville, Ten.
HAVI- (i a l'ing e.vjHtrirnec in tla storage and
sale f cotton, ami promising jxrsonal atten
tion t the intere-st of onr friends, wc hope to givo
entire satisfaction, and respectfully solicit your lu
s'.nes. Rope, bagging and iron t;cs constant !y on
Messrs. STACY it JOHNSON of Pulaski will
pay the tax, ship cotton and order Rcpc and Bag
ging for our friends and patrons.
WOOL CARDING !
IS now amply prfi.ared to e vrd all descriptions ' f
Wo'd prompt y, n ru.d! rate t nn f - r .rn -inoii
while, li ; tint-. M'-i .no, 2"c, and mixed -"e.
' 'il furiii-hed grtisiaa!l .i.-es.
Wool by It rilrol wiitta received ' tf"6
depot aiij retumc-J n htu :tiiAh
Lb Ve o o f 1 y ia vn ti e .
'i'h- highefct inaikt rre "i.l h pJ ' !
Wis!:, d r tnwa.-h-d, in the f.bries of tt t
.k- a- wl i'" t n-:iv. -i hi to Hid fui.i-V j-'i. r j
-.iKj!-Tur.i--;isa:; .i-.,sti.-, djrf.ir.jf. f
i:.:il -"na 'A M O UK, A srt-nt .
Sold by the Trade Generally.
A Liberal Discount totDeulers.
200,000 Furnished to the U.S. Government.
Armv, Navy, Relt, Police, and Pocket Revolv
ers. Kepeatius-, and Vest Pocket Pistols, using
Metallic Cartridge. Erech-loding and Revolving
Ritles, and Rilie Canes.
E. REMINGTON & SONS, Ilion, New York,
R. a. UGLLINS.
T- o. wmoiiT.
F. A. SUErilEKB.
H0LIINS, WRIGHT &C0v
Hats, Boots & Shoes,
No. 72, Knst SiJe Public Square,
We keep ft complete stock of tho ahpve poods
which we offer for slc at low prices, andto merch
uiarcLi3-8tn . IIOXLINS, WRIGHT & CO.
Corner Cedar nnd Cherry Streets,
J. G. FULGHUM, Proprietor,
Formerly of 23 North Summer St.,
J. ti. WILSON, Clerk.
This Hotel has been lately refitted and newly fur
nished. The proprietor desires a liberal pntronayo
of the traveling public. may 13-6rn
MOWERS AND REAPERSf
Over 60,000 manufactured and now Iu use In thl
country and Europe.
rI'heso world renowned machines wero awarded
X the first prize. Ten Pounds sterling, at tho
Grei't tuudriunnial Trial at Plymouth, Eng., July
ISfio, and at tho Great National" Field Trial, held at
Auburn, N. Y., in July, lStit, tie first premiam
GRAND GOLD MEDAL.
THE PKIZE ilIOWEK
While it retains all the aJva&tages wh ch h:i
made it so universal a favorite, is groat'y impaoved
bv tho addition of
STEEL LINED GUARDS.
NEW PITMAN CONNECTIONS.
ADJUST1BLE FOLDING SHOE.
Making it a perfect machine. Tho lightest draft,
the most durable, and nt the sumo timo the most
simple, and best cutting machine in tho vrorld.
The Self-Rake Reaper !
Is justly called the " Vi yr of every cittett' '," and is
constructed on the most scientific principles. Tho
new Mowing Attachment gives general satisfaction
and makes one of the most convenient combined
Solf-rako Reapers known, and wo fully warrant it-
The Hand Rake Reapeer,
Is at the puma time the cheapest and tho best of its'
kind ever offered.
It cuts a ewarth five feet wide in Reaping, and
four and and a half feet in Mowing. Asa Mower
it is coital to the best Folding liar Mnchino in use.
The case with which it is managed, and in chang
ing from Mower to Reaper, or vu-e-vcr , w 11 at
once rocomraenJ it.
Manufactured by tho
WALTER A. WOOD
MOWING & REAPING MAIIINE CO.,
Eossick Falls, BT. Y.
GENERAL SALES ROOMS,
40 Courtlandt Street, N. Y.
208 Lake Street, Chicago.
77, Upper Thames St., London.
1ST" Descriptive Catalogue sent on application,
J. D. FLAUTT & CO., Ag'ts .
GH0VESTEEN. & CO.,
ISTo. 4:90, 33 roadway,
r"'IIE attention of the public and tho trade is in
L ited to our New S-a!o Roveu Octavo Rosewood
I'iano-Fortes, which for volomo and jurity ol tono
aro nnrivoled by any hitherto offered in this mark --t.
They contain ail tho modern improvement.
French Grand Action, Harp Pedal, Iron Frame,
Over-Strnnir Bass, etc , and each itistrument lieir.if
made under the rrsonal snprvuiion of Mr. J. Ill
Grovoteeu, who ha had a prarti'-al exjrinco of
over tldrty years in thei r manufacture, is fullwar
ranted in every purticcUr.
Ile.ieiveJ tho hiIiubt arJ uf merit oTtr
all other t ti. celebrated
When- uere exibu-.d in.trMmenta from the Vt mn
ir.rJ .f Tendon. I'aris, (iormany, rhiladolrh.a,
r vVn .rc ! :osK.n and New York, and aUo at tha .
Ampriean'ln-tituw- fr five ' " ' .
firld and Hi!vr Medals from UAh ol uLiehesubw
M.fn al our wardrooms.
; the iutroda- tion t.f improvements we make
f kill ! re rf-ct i'iano- Foi tc, and by iuunttta tu -
i in lart'i-ly, w tn a ririciiy tj.iohjiiu,i' -bi
d to off.r tln-ws ini-lrumeiits at a pric which will
p i c ' ad co rn pet i lion.
TERMS Net Cash ia Current
lescilptiw Catakguea cnt free. JJ1