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,nnt of 16 per cent. ..., . it
fcverr other da7le. o. d.) advertisements wll
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Advertisements Inserted in theTn-Weekly will
i,e charged one dollar a square for first insertion.
tod Buy cenu cacu Miaiuonai.iutwiiuu.
ta the Weekly, one dollar a 'iuare for mo
Insertion. , . .
Mpociai or uny iwm ihohcoj. ,,.r.i
line. Cnt. And ten .cent, . . hn. ever,
insertion. iiwi noiicwi"""' -
'"changes In advertisements will oe oharged at
inn me 01 imy ccnui u ,
All advertisements J duo from date Of first
. . at n alt a n vatAtn will F A
insertion, iictwiw ",. m
adheted to. and no transient adverUetnenta will
Ue taken unless accoisiaaiou uj m iuuuw.
nmiT on myrark t
DriRnn my bark! the sjmboams sleep;
Un the tranquil tido,
The linc'ring waters .Idly ercep-
And nwrtlo to my Hide. . i
The UbkhW breoia that lightly I'Uya
lUMiftent. iwMttestair .
Uln tbn Uver, fulU t rauo
'rtieKeldon ripi'lo tliero.
And on my breathe U at rest.
Drirtonl drift onl
Drift n. my barkl Tlie Jay a worn.
'J'bw sbailsw round us eltwor" '
O'er ditnt hill and wavinc corn, ?i
xnoiyinuiioi
slow.
The WM'hfro tide, (trown dark at latti
Wakes witk adroamy ikIi.
And jnim tho lireotn.noir risintr fat,
In Mournful lullaby,
Dut Hill I boor a whisper nbar.
Drift on! drift 011 1
Drift on my bark I Tbo nigbl winds rbill
Sweep round ; tho bittern calls :
O'rr wuvliiKoeni and distant bill
The B&tlierinK darknnM falls.
One pale awl solitary star
Steals out a liioid lik'bls ,
Thoeurfew-brll ebiroMout afar
A musical kooiI nmhtl
Tbo day is donn. we aro alone.
Drift m I drift on I
A INilllirnl JVurwory Honsf.
From tbo l'aris Kontuckian.
Wo oojy tho following uurxery rhyme
from tho Iexiiiglon Statesman, only cor
locting Iho vvitleiil bliinilors of the com
pooitor: Sine a none of llirain.
Ulyasus lull of iyf,
Hvery carpet-bairiter's
MnBer's tn tbe pie.
When tho pie is ripened,
Utile birds will sink.
"Hiram. Hiram, wants to Le,
Hut nuver will bokiujr."
Hiram's in Iho wlcwani.
Feel I nit very frisky. ; .
I'ull of liebt niubition
fRvnjinvm Inr whUkvV
IHram'sout f doors.
Hliuwlnc off his ololbeti.
'l.onc 00 ui o the pooplo
And nipolTJiis no.o
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Hoferrinc. wesuppono, to his "Indian baby
reoord." Vidr Anna Dickinson.
tiii: MASNAOti: r jai-akksf.
(IllItlM't'IANN.
Tho news from Japan relating that one
hundred and fifty nntivo Christians were
recently taken from Iho city of Nngasaki
nud put lo death by drowning, by order of
the Mikado, in spite of tho reinonstances of
tho foreign consuls, mid that otticrs hnd
Hiifl'cnd martyrdom in other parts of the
empire, elicits the following speculations in
tho New York lt:
Who wore those Japanese Chrislnins7
It iscertnin that Ihoy were not converts of
modem liiiiwionaties. No such siiccoss has
-et attended their oflbrt in JajKin. Whence,
then, did these oiiohuiidrcl an fifty Japan
ooo ChriHtiiuis comeV
It is probable, and indeed almost cer
tain, that they aro of tho old stock, who
liavo in some way succeeded in keeping
alive, through successive generation for
two hundred and fifty years, the religious
fsilli preached by Iho Jesuits. Tho Perse
cution which tho native ('hristinns of Japan
miflercd at the time thoir government ex
pelled foreigners, and mndo the profession
of the Chrislian faith a capital otfcnsc; has
no parallel in history ; and all its rigors
have been continued to the present day.
Tho present dynasty of Tycoon, which
was established at that period, made tho
ltuddltisttho State rrlig!on and the inoro
ell'tTliuilIy to secure the total extinction of
the adherents of tho hated Christian faith,
made tho Ittiddhist priesthood the special
agents of the government Jur hunting out
Christians and torturing them ; from this
there was no escnpe, except by recantation
or death. There has been no relaxation
of their vigilance, and all the laws origin
ally enacted are still in force. To -day
every Jajmneso must register himself at
sonin temple as a Ittiddhist, or be con
demned as an outcast; and so strenuous Is
iho guard that even the simple contract of
a Japanese servant with his employer con
tains always, as a part of its legal form, the
specification that he is not a Christian.
Nevertheless. American residents in Japan
recall a rumor whioh , Irom time to time!
. ti.i ..i I 1 .-":1.J
came 10 ineir ear, 01 .1 uamior couiinuiiiiy
of Jesuits proselytes still existing in some
prats of tli eintiiro. Sometimes they were
said to live in the very heart of Yeddo, and
at others in one of the southern provinces,
Il is tKwsildv tbnt Ibis secret community,
encouraged by the revolution in the "em
pire has vuntiired rashly lo dipcloso it
self.
It will bo very remarkable if it shall
provo that there aro still in Japan any con
siderable number of Christians, tlie iio
scendants of lho-o who were converted by
the Jesuits two hundred and fifty years airo.
It would I mi a new proof of the futility
of oven the most rigorous and cruel per
sortition.
NritAMii; TKKAKN OK A NI.Wll'
WAI.KUK.
From tbe CUveUmt News.
A remarkable case of somnabitlisoi Hcu,r-
red hurts recently. Just at day break, two
or three jx tuAnn in the street nolieed a
young man, liahiltd in icanty noolurnal
Vestments. f?ieh otidnet HmI rallirr
unusual, and they stopped to sea what tho
result might be, watching his ulrange ac
tions with no little curiosity. After enjoy
ing his precarious promenade for' it few
minutes, hu went to the end of the houses,
near which stands a large tree, the branchi
oxlendiug over thu roof. With tlie agility
of a cat bo soiacl a limb, crept iute the
tree ami iHickly descended to Ihe grouud,
swluging down and dropping from the lew
vrmotbranrlun. Immetliately aftor alight
ing, be (tamed mil of the gate upon thu
sidewalk. After standing for a moment, as
if not fully dicided upon die plan of his
erratic exiedition, he started up the street
at a quick ihco wliieh was rx.ou quickened
to a run. Those who had witnessed bis
pioceediugs at owce decided to follow hiiu,
conjecturing that he was oither cavorting
about in Ills rfleVp,'or that ho wag on aaui
cidal purxse lni. They accordingly gave)
chase, and afi r runuing a couple ol squares
Ktireeisled in overtaking the eccentric
youtli. SeMbg hlittfby U10 arm, UieT jn.
quired tho uw id" his oonduci, but be
made no reply, only endeavoring to free
himself from their grasp. Ujkhi looking
At his eves they discovered that, as they,
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nau iiuagintti, lie woki raw muj.
orous shaking Hoofl srousod him, and his
consternation at finding liliusclF in wich
a plight may Iks imagined. lie stared
wildly about, tqteeebic! from fright, and
Utterly unable to comprehend hia jieculiar
situation. A few woidt from thorn quick-
S- explained tho matter, and lie suffered
. ituselfto be conducted home. Ho was of
Oburec, wholly HBOonscious of what had
transpired, lie stated that hu had had
considerable somnambulistic experience,
but had nover before equalled his prerent
exploit. The skylight iu the roof was
found open, and by this means he had
gained arenas to the top of tho liouse.
THE -JCEW-XAWREGDt.TiSGrXIlE
j MEDICAL riCATEKSIxy.
The lime, is a gtntlcman flf ibipi prpfea
bod jesteroay remarked is fast Approach
ing, when Use new parsed bprourEtate
JgiIa(u compelling all physicians who
.never have been tn the receipt of a regular
diploma to suspend their practice, wilt go
Into effect. There is a large number of
practitioner of the healing art in our
midst, fifty pe? cent, of whorn only, are
graduates of anj recognized medical insti
tution. Should the Jaw in regaid to the
remaining fifty per cent, bo enforced, the
number of tbe pmfeaaion, aa at present
phown. would be largely diminighea.which
wouiu, 01 course, reuouua, not onij 10 ine
benefit of the educated physician, but lo
the public at large.
Ihe druggist!), too, will be restricted,
who are in the habit of prescribing, aa on
tho 5rst of October next, when the law wjl!
be enforced, their labors in that line win
be suspended.
The-law provides tbat any pne violating
the Btatntea will be heavily fined, arid there
will, donbtleaa, be no little litigation about
tlie Ides of October, as it is not to be ex
pected that no man physicians of ac
knowledged ability, and druRgista of tmch
scrupulous accuracy, will quietly submit to
such, to them, a destructive decree. Cin
cinnati Enquirer
AM EHICA wXcEllTlNrA,
"Carleton" writes to tho Boston Jounuti
from Allahabad India:
The dark-colored Hindoo in a white
gown, wilh a while turban, In shape like a
soup plate, on his head, who stands behind
mr chair nt the table, aaya: American
ice, sir?" aa lie drops a lump mo ray turn-
of tho Tudor Ice Company, who has been
fifteen years in India. The company have
begnn to extend their operations to thft in
tcrior.
Heretofore the cities up country have
been supplied byjnachine ice which has
been used by the. Europeans, but which
the natives will not purchase. Ihe? are
afraid that it contains something which
will make them unclean, but the, American
ice is pure, and and they have no scruples
about using it. Mr. Brown has orders from
Jubclpore, Agra, Lucklow, Delhi and other
.Cities alonz the lines of rail wry. irawei
era send letters reuuestintr him lo have
sumiiv at Iho station on the arrival of
trains. They look upon it, not aa a luxtf
rv. but as an article that cannot be dis
pensed with. In this climate it is a tonic.
Men do not exert themselves and cet over
heated here aa in the United States, and
then cool oiTby drinking ice water, winch
Under such circumstances, brings on chol
era morbus, but they keep off cholera by
reducing tlio system to a lower tempera'
lure.
It is romantic to quench your thirst and
and coot yourself oil' in the heat of India
with cold imprisoned three years ago .with
tho frozen water of Wendham Lake and
Kresh Pond, over which the boya and girl
of Hamilton, of West Cambridge, Belmont
and other towns, skated in the clear, cold
days of that wiHtcr'season. What pleasing
sicbts tho "eyes" in this ice liavo seen
great hornpouls below, the little pouta of
Inniilenii nliorpu-hpn thinrK Have L'OnenmiBH
the cherry checks, tho 'eyes wlncli
1 looked love to eyes" the joining of hands,
Iho linking together lof heart's, perhaps
Iho wide sweep oyer fhe lak(3 tho begin
ning of a wider one over tlio stream of life
it -i .pw t. t 1 1 ,:.
inai picture 01 .new ingiuuu iini"imicro,
felicity and joy which has no counterpart
in tlio world.
HHOCKINU A':iIKNT TO A YOUNO
LADY.
Wo learn that Miss Susan Dufour, aged
about seventeen years, living in Ghent
bounty, in this State, was seriously burned
on Friday niirht last, by Aurora oil. It
appears that ihe went with another young
lady to a store to purchase somo of the oil,
and after the clerk had placed tho amount
that they wanted in a can, although the
lighted lamp was about two feet from tho
can, tho gai arising from it camo in contact
with the llames' igniting tho oil in tho
lamp. The clerk seized the lamp and en
deavored to throw it out of tho houso, hut
U srruck some object in the store, throwing
burning oil on Miss Dufour. Hho started
to run, but was prevented from doing so by
Mr. George C. Ellis and a gentleman from
New Liburtv. who endeavored to Bmother
the flames with his coat. By the time tho
life was extinguished, she was so severely
burned that it was feared she could not
live, but she is now rapidly recovering.
Mr. Ktlis had one of his hands very badly
burned while extinRuiplunc tho fire.
jouisriUe Courier, Aurji
J. A. J. ROSE,
WHOliKSAI.K :ANI JIlKTAIb
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nilLKtt IN
C L 0 T HM J G
'0 cuts'- Fiiruisliiiig Gotiils,
Of the very lest quality,
(No. 20 South Sido Pdbiio Squaro,
.Opposite Ihe Markcthouse,, between Market
j and College Streets.
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.IIRKNCH UltAP D'KTR Ftt&CKH: AND
j I &ks. 1 . - .
. Pque"Froekannd'8aoks.
Harris' Cassimern oknuine in Frocks and
i Slicks.
j Gaulish. French, tJenuaa. Delifian and Amer
ican Vostliifi. Clotlis. Gnssimeros. elo.. 'in great
vsriety. '
: (The Chesterfield Krtwk Coat, in various colors
'of Cloths and Cam! mores
Klrcsut palterna) of lltht and dark French
CsMimcro Vants.
A splendid assortment . of Maraailles Vests.
(Irenadine Silks, etc.
All Goods sold with a striet guarantee aa to
Quality and IFfirkmmiship.
J. A. J. ROSE,
20 Soutbaide Public Square.
A. C. HVXII.1.. M. tt. WKtOHT, li. V. StSPIRS,
lluntiocJH. Tenn- Late of Tenn. Loulsrille.
McNeill, Wright & Sanders,
COTTON PACTORN
COM MISSIOX MISKCIIAXTS,
I ' i 1 rt. r 1 .
No. 115 Main st., betwoen Third and Fourth,
, JL.ou.ifciviIio IC3'.
I.llml Ailvnncen Mmlo on tHumlfr"
mrnts. IfteTer to Ja. . Alien. Kaq.. AfoAliater
Wheelcs. Jlogh MaCrr Jt Co.. Tbo. Varies
A Co. aatl9 tf
HOOPER 1LUIRIS & CO
(LU Harris. Ualnoa i'toj
COMMISSION MEECJHANTS
IS
Southern aud. Western Produce,
rOKEItaX AKO X4IMNTIO UQCOSS,
.Yo. S6 Broadtvay, jrm York.
laarSl Cm
bier. Looicing out jrom me veranua 10 me
next house I see n sign just put up 'Alaer
ican ice." Stepping over I find tlw agent
GREAT DISTRIBUTION'
JSTTHE
METROPOLITAN GIFT CO.
Cah Gifts to tbe Amount of 8250,000.
Every Ticket Jraws a Trize:
nCash
10
20
. 40
200
"300
4J0
Oifta . ...
Each $10,000
5,000
1,003
00
100
. " 50
. " 25
COO
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30 Elegant Kosewood Pianoa, Kach S300to$W0
as n " Mclodeons. 75 to 150
Itn C inv tfarliinM .. . " 60 to liO
yj r.r niril Ilnie.i " 25 to 200
300 Fine Oold Watehea . " 75 to 300
7ll?ifinHilrir Watches........... " M to M
Fine Oil Paintings, framed Engrarings. Silver
Ware, Photograpb Albums, and a large
assortment of fine Oold Jewelry,
in all valned at 81.000.000.
A 1innco to Drair anyof the Above
IVlcrH by purchasing a Sealed Ticket for -3
cts. Tickets describing each nrite arc scaled in
Envelope! and thoroughly mind. On receipt
of 25 eta. a eealed ticket will be drawn without
choice and delivered at our office, or sent by
mail to any address. Tno prize named upon it
will hu delivered tn the ticket-holder unon the
payment of 0110 dollar. Prizes will be imme
diately sent to any address, aa requested, by ex
press or return man.
You will know what your Prize Is
before you pay for It, Any prize may bo
exchanged for another of the ramo value Ho
IIInnkH.
Our natrons can deuend on our fair dealing.
lleferouccs. We select tho few following
names from the many who have latoly drawn
Valuable Frizes and kindly permitted us to pub
lish them:
S. T. Wilkins. Bnflalo. . Y 81000 : Miss An-
nto Monroe. Ctieaco. Ills.. Piano, valued at
rti: Kobert Jackson. Dubuque, Iowa, $0:
Phillip McCarthy, Louisville. Ky.. Diamond
ninster nine. ie00 K. A. Patterson. New Bed-
fonl. Mass- hit ver Tea Set. 8175: ilifJ Emma
Walworth. Milwaukee. Wis.. Piano. 4500 5 Kov-
T- W.ritt, Cleveland. Ohio, juoiodeon.aus.
nnfiilona of llin Press. Thev aro dofne
tbe largest business: the firm is reliable, and
deserve their success. ireeti Tritium, ieb,
1568. . . .
. Unhnrn eTaimned their Jvstem. and know
ttfim to bo a fair dealing firm. New York Jler-
TT I. no 1 Giro
.Last week a friend of ours drew a 8500 nnze.
which was promptly recoivod. JJatlu JXevi;
Mrrh a. ixrA.
, Send for circular giving many more references
and favorablo notices from tho press. Liberal
inducements to Agents. Satisfaction guaran
tor.!. V.vnrr Tifiekiuro of Scaled Envelopes eon-
tolhS ono Cash Gift. Six tickets forl; 13 for
f2;35forS5; 110 for $15.
All letters should bo addressed to UAItPEK,
WIKSON t CO., 17X Itroiulwny, N. Y.
juneZt 2m
O. SMITH
ESTABLISHED
Gorner Church and Vine Sts.,
Wholesale and Itetail
DRUGGIST,
VENDOIl Ai"I FACTOR
OP
PHARMACEUTICAL
AND
CIIKittTICAI, PKOUCTSJ
CPECTORAI. rI DROPS.
IFor Cough, etc.
COMPOUND ELIXIR
of CalisayaBark.
Elixir of Calisayn Hark
ond Pyrophosphato
of Iron.
Elixir of Valor inn to of
Ammonia.
Concontratod Kssonco
of Jamaica Qingor.
Wistar'a Cough Loz
enges. Dr. Jackson's Pectoral
Lozenaes.
Concentrated Extract
of Vanilla. Lemon
Pool. eto.
Finest Distilled Rose,
Almond, and Orango
SOLlDlFIIiDOLYCE-
r n Tablet.
Compound Camphor
ice, miu 4iiycorin.
iir. Whites usntino, a
auponor . th Pow
der.
Fragrant Kau Lustral,
lor tno ilair.
Compound Arnica Lin-
riiaont.
Nerve and Bono Lina-
mnnL
8milh's Horso and Cat
tle rowders.
Ronovnting Spirits, for
romovin g groaso spots
brasivo i lum. lor re
moving tains. Iron
Klower Waters.
Bitter Wino Iron
iuouias, lnK, eto.
Fresh Cold Cream Rotos.
Window Glass. Putty. White Load. Oil. Tur
nentine. Brushes, Box Colors ground in oil,
Varnish, (I anion and Flower Seeds, etc., etc
Tho country trade will find it to thoir interest
to cxJl and examine my stock boforo purchasing
eisewnoro. aoezi Jra
WITHOUT A BIVAL1
THE DIXIE FARMER.
' An Illustrated Weekly Paper.
Devoted to tho Farm, the Garden, and tho
Household.
18 PUBLISH KD RVKRV THURSDAY AT
Columbia and Nashville, Tenn.
TERMS-$3 A YEAR. IN ADVANCE.
Tub Dixu Fabukb is the only Weokly Agricul
tural paper in Tennessee, or in the entiro South,
and is equal to tho best. Address.
NICHOLSON & WI LIMA JIN,
niy9 tf Columbia. Tenn,
,7. O H L Y ,
FASHIONABLE TAILOR,
No. 15 North Cherry St.,
HAS JUST RECEIVED AN ELEGANT
lino of (JENTLKMEN'S DRESS GOODS.
wbirh bo will make up to order, in the latest
and luoslhnubou atylo, at tno lowest i08siiio
prices.
mTSINKSN SUITS.
Ho Is akn tn rtvninlnf a vaHetv of Fresh
uoous lor ordinary wear, anu oners 10 gentle
men in business suits of the latest patterns and
most durable matorial. Call and Inspect his
goods at Mo. 15 Morth Cherry streot.
mart) 11
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It ARE NOW MANUFACTURING. IN
connection with the
St. Louis Stamping Company
new lino of Tinned And I'oiinurd
VrniKlit Iron VTnre, suitable for
HOUSEHOLD,
MINERS' OK CA9tl VHK,
Ami t&kn rvlntmro in callins the attention ol
Store, Hardware and general dealers to the
manyuesirKDiequauues ot in is ntr ware,
not only as 'an article of trade, but oftrriUTT,
combining as it does xievrxcs.. rosTKSiascc
and.LtBua-ftAVlsa. in Uiecaro 01 ulottils that
are in every day me, in tbe most important of
all nou.iKHOt.n DKrArruKimu wo destr and
request every housekeeper toseeourTrn Krt
1I, Nnnr I'nn, IlpprH, IIIkIi InliK,
AVivtli JUwIdn, voiiNUfHi t ry an Ntowr
rsns, as we are sure tuoy uavo only to be seen
to lie appreciated.
Many of the articles aro made entirely of one
nt mo of wroccht iroa. which, during the Pro-
cm of manufacture, rooeives several coatings
f block tin; this leaves a surface, whon Cn
Lhil. iiarfeetlv smooth, oaailv kent cUan. and
entirely protected against nut. The cost is but
little more man common tin -ware, an j trery
riiola will da ten times tbs terviea. Tho
shape enables us to .pack the various aixos in
nosta, soaa to occupy bat little space, and being
I, at & lima Heavier loan un ware, lue cost oi
imn.nirtAtinn t Terr small. At vresrnt our
assortment consists in part of Tea Mettle,
Crimp Itnltlesu Mew l'attN. Dlah I'ann,
finnro I'anin. Illati JCcttlen. Jt'ry Pan a,
Ijullen. Illppern, etc, etc We are now pre
paring a ww Catalogue and Price LUt, and
believe Stove and Hardware Dealers will find it
to their interest to send furaeopy ofeaeh before
purebaiog elsewhere. Addrr-M
St. Louis; Mo.
Sold bv all Uardwars and Stave Dealers.
Nashvillo. Tenn.
1 A. D. 1861.
rnixa sal tuisiaiy
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1
COPPERSMITHS,
Sheet Iron andMTin Workers.
"WE KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND AND
II make to order, all aiies of
.... 4
Also, manufacture to order all kinda of Copper
. i - a 1 l'l . . . t e
ilca miu ouoey iruu Hurt, lor
STEAM ni&TIZXKRIES,
1.0 a DisTiixBRins,
KTKAM MILLS,
FACTORIES, nud
STEAMBOATS.
r &.. HOOFt; NO. QDIXEIUNO.
GALVANIZED TIN CQRNICB, nod. Ml wpfk,
in tho Tinner's line .for JJuildiugj of all Jciod.
rucn oiorcuouses. oweiiings, vonrcoca. sic
Wo guorantoe to give satisfaction, anil make
our charges
As Low as tho Lbwost;
Wo superintend oar work personally, and see
that it is wpll done. We .have, also, constantly
COOKING Jlili .IDEATING STOVES
TINWABEiOE ALL KINDS,
At Wholesale nnd Retail.
Persons wanting anjthinsin our lino, wouid
3 1, 1 1 1 . .
uo wen. uy jailing on u at our siore,
. . : .' .1. , , r
IO. 17 SODTIf M ARRET STREET.
.1.
Between Broad anil Church, opposite J. Xonut
! ' den it Co.'s Leather Store.
NASHVILLE. TJ3NNE8SEB.
i '
rniMira a asiiley.
jun52m ,
FRESH AERITAL.
YUST, RECEIVED
V tation.
OF. OUR 0WN IMP0R
100 Casos.Cham'p'agne, ."Anker" brand, at less
, than coat. ''
1' . .
50 Casks Youngorfe Scotch Alo.
50 do BassriCoj's.PaloAlo.
, XO Caska Barclay. Perkins Jc Co.'s London
Porter. .. '
S3 Casks Jlibbert's London Porter.
. 50 Cases Celobrated""Vermouth" Wino.
' 20 Casks Shorry Wino.
, 10 do Port Wino.
. 3 Quarter Casks Super Old Madcap Wino.
100 Cases Clarot Wine, assorted brands. 1
CHEATHAM, WOODS & CO.
Jy2tf.
- IN EQUITY.
In Ricltinontl Superior Court.
v ino rrosiuent, uircctors and
Company of tbo Hank of Au
Bill for Di
roction and
of Aa
sots ofi;aid
gusta." "
. Arehibalfl, Boggs and others,
Creditors of said Corporation.
Bank.
TTl'ON THE . .APPLICATION OF
,U counsel fo'ricomplainant it is ordered by thol
Court that all' iwrsons holding claims or de-
mads against the said "President, Direetors and
Company of tho Bank of Aueusta." who have
not hcrctoforo do rift so, shall, by the SECONDj
MONDAY in JANUARY next, eivo notioo of.
their claims to tho Assignee, Goorgo M. Thew,
at Augusta. Goorgia. and oxhibit tho evidenco
thereof, and doposit'thosame.if in writing, with
said Assignco, for which ho shall givo'jtropor
receipts. '
4.J : : . e. .1 1 .1.... 1 i
sons so prosonting claims, bo considered and
in ado parties defendants to said bil, with leave
to plead, answer or demur tbcroto at any time
beforo tho hearing thorcof.
And tho Court will procood to mako such
order nnd decroo for tho distribution of said
assets in tho hands of the Asignoo as tho rates
of Equity roquiro.
And it is further ordered, that a copy of this
ordor, duly certified by tho Clerk, bo published
onco a month for four months beforo the next
term of this Court, in a publio Gazolte of each
of the cities of Augusta, Atlanta. Savannah,
Charleston, Nashvillo, Now York' arid Cin-1
cinnati,
BythoCourf June 29, 1863
WM. H. HULL.
Solicitor for Complainant.
GEORGIA,
Richmokd County.
I, Lafayotto McLaws, Clork of tho Superior'
Court ol Riohmoud county, do heroby certify
that tho foregoing is a truo copy of tbo order of
thq Court in tho caso stated as recorded on tbo
Book of Minutes of the Court, on tbo 1st day of
July. 1SGS, folio 619.
--- Witness my hand and seal of
I ja 1 said tourt, this 1st day of July,
I 1 liSGrt.
LAlf A VKlTK JucLAWS,
Clerk Superior Court R. O. Ga.
aug2 lam4ma
BUY AT HOME.
rpHE
UNDERSIGNED. BEING FULLY
prepared for mann Picturing Hnsli
Ioor, llllutlM. inside and out Pivot and
Stationary Hlats, Frames of every "description,
jiracKou, tornioes, plain , anu ornamental.
Mantelpieces, Mrcildings of all kinds. Base
Boards, Flooring, Poplar and Pino Ceiling
Plank. Weatborlardlng. and Bnildine Mate
rial generally. Also. Bnilders and Contractors.
All st as low ratal as can bo imported of ediial
quality, band orders. I'unotualily and dis
patch are our business creed. Office and Fac
tory adjoiningNaibville and Chattanooga Rail
road Loconiotlvoishdns. Cedar street. Nashville.
Tennessee
riiuaivri.T.5: r folcker.
apr4dJfewly
FRESIff AKItlTATs
HORSES AND MAEES,
IOR 8Al)lJLE. HARNESS AND BROOD
JU nurposes.-always on band, and all horses
sold guaranteed" as represented.
Farmers and othors will do well to inspect lay
stables beioro puinasing.
U W. COUCH A (JO.t
lyS'lf , ',. No.l35onthCollegoSL
A N H A I'.R
Sj O'l 'N e a u
XtdLKB 1H
UraUU, Carls, Waterfalls, Hair
Jewelry, "Terftimery and
Fancy Goods,
NO. 21 NOKTII C1IERRT STKEET,
HAS OPENED AN' ENTIRELY NEW
'Sfoek of Gooda. to which he invites th at-
tentioBLUio.ladiot.Jivery descnntiotvIot,Hair
WorkUBneib the lftt?I aa.l kt ihort nnttA
lie partieularly invites an inspection of his
stock of Perfumery and Fancy Goods, which
emoracca mo newnsi and Den in me line.
Watch Renalrin.r attended to bv an oxnnr!-
enced workman. febll tf
ENGINES AND BOILERS.
I ANE i B0DLEY SAW MILLS GREAT
1 J reduction in prices. We are offering for
sale at reduced prices, a large Jot of first-class
Boilers, as follons: Ono Stationary Engine
withftnt boiler, fin t-r hnnte nnwer- Ana Station
ary .Engine, -witbtmt boiler, ten bone power:,
one pair Donble Engines, fifty horso power, with
two boilors, ach twenty foot long, forty inches
diameter: one extra large Portable Engine 10J-J
by 16 inch cylinder; one large Portable Engine.
IB by 16 ineli cylinder: two Portable Engines, 8
by 16 ine h cylinder. Also. several Lane Bod-
Haw Wills, wits the Unproved wroagoi iron
bleaks and s.lld iron frames.
JOHN I. DALE. Agent:
with J.R. PAUL A CO.
I Market st, Nashritle, Tana.
PHicapsTotsHtEn
ROBTr THOMPSON frC
G-BOOBBIES
FOREIGN AND DOXTESTIO
Wines and Liquors,
!
Fruits, Tobaccos, Cigars, Etc.,
35 Sonth Market St,, KnahTlIIe, Tenn.
Jmay22tf
REMOVAL.
John . Hill & Co.,
HAY KXU0VED THSIK
EX" T t-JX U I V E ST OjO IC
8
or
WALL PAPER,
Window SliadeSj
Photograph. Goods, etc.,
TOTHBIK
SPACIOUS WAREROOM,
No. 2S South College. Street,
Between Church and Broad,
Where they ore now receiving a very large
and complete Wprlnr Stock of all Goods
in their line, to which they would respectful
ly invite the attention of the publio generally.
Wo aro grateful for the very liberal natron-
age extended to us In the past, and would as
sure our, patrons tnet our present arrange
ments with the largest manufacturers of oar
goods, will enable us to sell at
VY LOW PRICES,
any of ohr goods, either
r RETAIL,
Eastern Prices,
withoxi'on os of shipping added. Call and
seous t . uww stand, and examinoour
goous and prices.
JOHN W. HILT, it (JO.,
No. 22 South CoUego Street,
myG 3m botwocn Chnrch nnd Broad,
REEVES' AMBROSIA
iroxt miE iiAXit
IMPROVES !
It Is an elegant Drossinc for tho Hair
It causes the Hair to Curl bountifully.
It koeps tho Scalp CIoan.'and Healthy.
It invigorates tho Roots of tho Hair. '
It forces thellairand Beard togrowluxuriaritly. '
It immediately stops Hair Falling Out.
Ifkeeps the Hair from Changing Color from Ago,
It restores Grey Hair to its Original Color,
tt brings out Hair on heads that havo boon
I for years.
It is composed entirely of simplo and purely
vcgotablo substances.
It has rectuvotl over sir thougand voluntary 8
iofltimpniala of its excellence, many or which
aro from physicians in high standing.
t is sold In half ponnd bottles (tho name blown
n, the gloss.) by Druggists and Dealers in Fancy
Gosis everywhere, at Ono Dollar per Bottle;
sale by Demas Barnes & Co., F. C Weils
& Co.. BchletTcIln Co.. New York.
marlSly
TffEVTY-EICBT SIZES
OF THE CELEBRATED
Aro now made by the
Excelsior Manufacturing Co.,
ST. fcOUIS.
THESE WELL KNOWN AND VERY P0P
ular CooKlne ftlovea bare been before
Iho nubile since lS.'ii. Each succeeding roirhas
added to their popularity, until the nam a has
become familiar in every household in tbo West
and oouia. ajio uomanu tor our
NEW CHARTER OAK
Last year was greater than woconld supply with. 1
Xheatzosthen mode. Anticipating antill greater
demand during tlio present year, we have made
pattoras for several additional sites, .and are
reparod to manntacturo ISO to w J"AB-
'-' aif k'lllV I'M n ,lnv nr InrtllT.
ioleht dim-renn Hizea.
We irudtanteo. the otierntlon bf erorr Stove
w manufacture, and offer as reference any one
lof the manv thousands that .have bees sold.
wherever they may be found. Neither labor aor
.'expense hat been spared to make Our New Char
ier Oak a. Perfect Cook In ir Ntove, and we
Joffer it to the trade as the best cdnstrccted.
host ouatsLe and usivqik ornoATWQ waxing
iStovein the market.
, In addition to-our extensive Stove business.
fwo aro prepared v oiler to btovo Dealers. a.in
ismitha and others In the trade, tbe largest and
Wstcomnleto assortment of Metals and Tin
ners' stock in the West- Onr arraagement
With tho St. Louis Stamping Compacr enables
His to give liberal discounts to large buyers of
.French fttnmpd Tinned Ironware and
'Tinners Supplioa. Having recently reduced
the prices of all articles of pur own inanutac- l
!tnrot wa believe dealers and housekeepers will I
Price List, and ex wnino our prices before pur
. i , . i .j.i .
cnasiog etscwacrc. ntmruw
KXCKJYtJOU sIANUFACTCniNG CO,.-1
bt. bouts, MisMiari.
old bp J. W. WILSON & CD,
Nashville, Tonn
tapr2thati'gy23
WASHINGTON COLLEGE
I.EXINOTON, VA.
mHE NEXT SESSION OPENS Sgn THIJHS-J-
ay in September. I'W, ami rln-es on the
jith Thnwday tq June,
The Faculty consws oi
GEH- E. E. LEE, .President,
with Professor of Latin. Greek. Matbematiw.
thematics.
i t I rM,,t,w
These a'e dhtriblited into: 1. Faculty of Art.
M. Faculty of Science. 3. Faculty of LUorsture
nnd Philoaopby. 4- Faculty of Law.
in eaea ot tneso is conferred a distinct uacn-
eIor' Derred. unit the Derreo of Mirrr.tt nr
open aiiKo to students in eacn coarse.
In tbe Departniont of Science are conferred,
nlM. 1'BOrMamvil. I)rpf num. if Civil HnirlnnAr
and Mi∈ Engineer.
uy me aid or a full corps of Assistant I'roles-
aors, iTTortsion is mvlo for tharsnsh drilling fn
tho Departments Of Kurliili. Ancli-nt nml Mflil-
ern Lahgaages and Mathematics.
ExFEXSKSU -All HWMiarr .Tn.nli1, nfvl fiat
exceed $355.
For full partlf-nlnrj apply to
is.
C. OORDON.
Clerk of Faculty.
Jy30 tf
Louisviljeand-Nashville
WINTER SOHEDDLE, 1868t9.,
COSfSIENCIlfaAPRIIi 20, lsns.
Trains wilU run a follows:
Leave Nahvillo L. -fitO A. M. U:3Q P. M.
Arrive at Louisville-. 1:33 P. M. 4;00 A. M.
Both Trains tasks direct connection at Louia
villo with the JeSersocvHle Railroad Tor St.
Louis, Chicago. Indianapolis, Cincinnati, Balti
more, Washington. Philadelphia, andNew York.
Morning Train from Nashville connects with
United States mail line tteamers leaving Louia
villo at4.-00 r- X., connecting at Cincinnati with
early morning trains East, BAnoAaa chicixd
frdm Nashville to SU Louis, Chicago. Cincin-1
nati, and all principal Eastern citiet.
aa- The 0:3( p. W. Train from NashviLe
does not run on SUNDAY.
Gallatin Accommodation Train leaves Galla
tin at 830 A- M.. arriving at Nashville at
XIi33 A. Mf Returning. Haves Nashville at
3x35 P.M.. and arrives at Gallatin at 6t33 P.M.
ALRERT FINK,
Genl Superintendent L. A N. R. R.
raarf ly
COWAN & CO-
EXCLUSIVELY n
OP
WHITE 'GQOWS,
HOSIERY, GLOMES,
NOTIONS, ETC.,
Nashville. Tennessee
WE IAVE JUST RECEIVED A FULL
supply of everything in our line, at much
prtEUGEl PRICES.
It is to;
) your intercut to giro us a call.
! augl '3m
Nashville and Chattanooga
R A I Hi R OAD.
Great Central all Rail Route.
!
Two Dally Trnltia from Nrmhvllle,
jmnklut; close nnd relalilo couuec
5 tlous for Wnshlngtou, ItnUI-
more, PliUailelphln, Now
TorIftA.t!nnta, Chiirleston,
Snvnnnuti, etc., nnd all
Enatorn, Southern anil NcabonrdCitleH
ON AND AFTER AUGUST 23, I80H,
Trains will loavo Nashvilo at 8:13 A. M.
41:25 P. M., making connections a3 above
Pasaongors taking thoJ:'-IfS p. v. train, make
ejoso connection at Stevenson with Memphis
nnd Charleston Railroad for Huntsvilte, arri
ving there in loss tmo than by any other ronto,
f SHELBYVILLB ACCOMMODATION
i
leaves Wartrnce at:OOA. M., arrives Nash
villo 10:00A. M. Roturning. leaves Nashville
I P. M., arriving Wartrrco 7;t! 1. M. This
train makes ctoso connection at Wartrace with
Shalbyvillo trains.
i North bound trains connect at Nashvillo with
all diverging railroads for points North and
osu
Nlecjilnic nrn on nil Night Train
Good, Eating Houses and amplo time for meals.
J, W. THOJIAN.
Superintendent.
marS tf
EDGEFIELD & KENTUCKY
f
ABTD
f I1Vlllk.'i IIa 1Iiialntsius F VnnliftllA
4,
lift Most Itcllablo Itonto to Jlera-
I
lhls, Ilnmholilt, Cnlro, nnil nil
PolutH Went nnd Kouth.
Time as Quick as any other Bonto.
ON AND AFTER SUNDAY, HAT 10,
1868. Exnrcs3 Train will leavo Nashville
daily at S r. M., and arrive at Uopkinsviilo at
l i: n., making direct connections at Mem
phis ' Junction with Memphis and Louisville
Railroad lino for Memphis, Vicksburg, New Or
leans, and all points Southwest.
j Paftscnsrcra for 3IcmihlM will not lie
Obliged to chnnsre enra In the night.
t HonkinsvilleErelzhtand Accommodation will
leave Nashville, Mondays, Wednesdays, and
frldays at A. M., and arrive at Hopkins
illeat 1:33 P.M.
i l'ossongcr fare and freight Rates as low as
tho lowest.
j THOMAS IIASSARD.
Chief Engineer and Superintendent.
' mylOtf
NaBhville and ITorthwestern
Is
AILEOAD.
rvN AND
AFTER WEDNESDAY. AND
KJ until
further notice, a PAKSKNOER
1HA11N will run between Nashville, Tennes
ace,- and uicicman, Kentucky
T;f)ATinirNaalivilln nf 51". w ,f
Arriving Hickman at.VHO i. v.
i Leaving Hickman at 6:20 r-v.
' 1 : .. : X 1 ! 1 1 r i r .
A freight and accommodation through train
Will leave Nashvillo Mondays. Wednesdays and
'nau.yc.nl, i;w a. m-, arriving ai.illfiKman ui
i midnigbt. l.eavei Hickman Tuesdays.
Lnursdays and saturdars. at T-.VI a. v.. and
arTivca at Nashvillo at 30 next morning.
. Making close connections at MeKenxie with
MemDhis. and Lonisvilla Knilniv Tar f lumhnldt.
Memphis, Vicksburg, New Orleans, and all
points Southwest.
I At Union City with Mobile And Ohio and New
urieans and Ohio Railways for Fadncah. Jack-
ion, J.enn., atomic, Ala-, Uairo, St. bonis, bat
bago, and all points South and Northwest.
Steamship and Memphis and SU Louis Packet
. ... ...un ....... nt.u ...11. 11.1V UU.I iUUI.,,11'1'1
Ompanica nrst-class steamers, for all points
n Upper and Lower Mississippi Rivers.
At Nashville with Nashville and Chattanoo-
a, Jjouiaville and Nashville, Edzeaeld and
Leotucky and Nashville andDecaturlUilroada.
102 xailes shortest route to BL boats.
43 miles shortest route to Memphis
43 miles shortest route to New Orleans.
Palace Slccnluir Cnrs on nil Nlcht
A rainv,
j Baecaco cbeclted tlironKh lo nll.liu
portnnl polnis.
l'aro at lovr nm tho lowroat.
Tickets for sale at tbe City Transfer Office.
northwest eorner Cherrx and Uhursh streets.
kndat the Nnshvillo and Chattanooga Depot.
T.S. RICHARDS, GenT Sup't-
angl
jTIIddlo District of Tennessee
rpHE UNDERSIGNED HEREBY GIVES
notice- ot nia npnoinlmont os Assignee bt
II- F. IIoge.Thos. K. Griirn. L'hmi llnlilharir anil
( S. Galbreath. of Nanhvllfft. In tha mfantv of
Davidson and Stain of Tennossee. -within lid
District, wbo bavo been adiuilceil bankrnnta
tin i their own pctitions.br the District Court of
laid District.
A. a CHADB0URNE, Assignee.
aprCS aw3t Office. ffiS Church streeU
r
ItANKRVPT NATiE.
I WILL SBLL
J-bou-o . Julv -Sl.
AT BARNES AUCTION
at IS o'clock a. v., for cash
the abase in action of the followipg bankrupts :
Hamuol Lawlaner.njrdytaJt- M. Bur-
neii, ai. ruiixnaeKer. rvnnuei ii
Levy and Fixter, Early S .
sT Byman Edward
. I ki ii.. r.
. ' J m . 'n 1 , . .... i j '.y , iui, IM iiuo
Mloctioa of bwoka. I A LUX. A ' HALL,
. OSco. SC Sunt Market stroot, Assignee.
I IrlZ lUt.
r
ITlie Edncfttion of Yonng Ladies
. ar
I iUL T. AM) MltS. (J. FA5N17.0,
at'
J ' i I 16.
Hope Institute,
71 VE MIUIS FROM NASHVILLE, TENN,
' me nexi lerm -r.-iive-moithi er twenty
V . will drum an Tittal.v IS... I l.f 1 Jit
(Bxpenss per tana. In advance, 1126 Mu(e
Jcvwni en the Piano and Guitar, Freneb, l)raw
Sngand Painting, extra. Addmu'
r T. FANNING.
snsl3 U Franklin College. Tsnn-
I ma I SL fc
COMMISSION
AND DE -
ligriciiltiiral Implements,
Mills, ram .Drills, Plows, Feed Gutters,
Corn Shcllcrs, jotc, etc.,,
MANUFACTURERS AND PROPRIETORS OF .TUTfc.ORLKBRATRD
NEW VHEAT FAK, SEPARATOR,
Nos. 2 and 4 Cornor College aud Church Streets..
NASHVILLE - -
Will keep constantly en band theVatt improved ' "''
G-RIOULTURAL 1 MACHINERY;
' ' i '(iii 'dJ ,
Suited to the Season, at MANUFACTURERS' PRICES, freight added. A jSlT
SORGHO, OR CAIE JTlIlls,
Corrugated and,Flat-bqttomod Evaporators, and Canq Juice ClariCers ever ifitndMl into tha
South. We aro now fully under way. manufacturing ur Celebrate
Wheat Fan, Seed Separator and Smut Machine Combined
and will after this date, bo able to CII all orders promptly. Ia this niacblne. wo offer fa the
publio a Wheat Fan far superior to anything of the kind errr beforo invented
It will easily chaff from ,300 to 40Q bushels of wheat per day, and oJoaner at mm roanine
through than any J?an in tho market- -
It will clean wheat from smut, cheat, cockle, blighted, broken and shriveled grains aad other
imparities, leaving tbe best, healthy, plump and perfect grains to tow. "
It cleans wheat for market without WASTE, saving the small grains. "
.A.0JWrUtioiW?e.a$,,d,roci,y int. 100 half bushel, thcroby avoiding tho WAST If, as well
as the a ME and LABOR, formerly unavoidable in measuring op tho twain.
Tho mill runs smoother and with less noise, boaides many other improvements over the ordi
nary ianmne Mill.
Grain dealers will givo from twenty-five to fifty cents uore for foul wheat sleaned on this
than on tho common fan.
She mlU has been THOROUGHLY TESTED. ttnd U pronounced by all who havo seen It la
operation, among whom aro many of tho boat farmers, millers, grain dealers, wachlubts. In
Una and adjoining States, to bo a PERFECT SUCCESS, and a valuable inwntfen whwh has
long bcennocdod.
WAITED ENERGETIC, RESPONSIBLE HEN!
i
Who .can bring good references, nnd capable of conducting a business of from. ISSWJ to SSLOta to
purchase an intorest In this Machino. To such parties wo offer
EX T Ii A O It 1 I IV A IE Y 1 1VI) UC JE IHKNTS !
and aay, como and sco if wo do not convince you that yon can make MORE M0NBY by a htdi
eioiu investment, m handling this iSqparator. than in any other business. Tho Patent en this
Fan covers EIDUT SPECIFIC AND IMPORTANT CLAIMS, thereby seeuriag to partis pur
chasing Territory, an EXCLUSIVE MONOPOLY in this valuable Invention for SkYbNTKSN
YbARS-
Also, wanted, roHablo men in ovory county, (o act as agents for tho salo f the Mill. Ta sasa
a liberal commission will bo paid. Tbo Mitis aro mado of
Good, Strong. "Well Seasoned ILximber!
ANI EVERY .MACHINE
IF1 O E-
Full Directions accompanying oaeh Mill.
For Territory or Fanning Mills in Tennessee, Kontuaky and tho Southern StaUs. rM m ar
address i
T. m JONES & c o.,
Noih. 2 nnd 1 l!r. (,'oIIcro nnd tlhnrch Htreols, Opposite tlhunibpr C'oiiniinrre,
augl tf dtw iv.v;-; r rviTitii';. ticniv.
New York ami Itrcmeii
STEAMSHIP COMPANY,
Fiest-Clahs il. S. Mail SreAiisHirs
AHnnile, llnllle,
TVeNlern AletropoliM, Fourth Hlenmer
roa SOtTTB HAMPTON ANU RRRUKN,
taking passengers to Southampton,. London,
Havre and Rrnmon at tbo following rates
payablo in gold, or its onuivalcnt in eurrcney:
FIRST CABIN. $IIO. SECOND CAIUN.
STBKRAGK. $:.
'From. Bremen, Southampton. Havre, to New
lorlt:
FIRST CABIN. $110. SECOND CABIN. 7.
1 STEERAGE. Sl.t.
Excursion Tickets out and Homo :
I'lrst Cnbln, 8210. Norond 'nbln, 813
HleernK, 70.
SAtLtSO PATS FROM NRW TORE AVfl BRIUIHr
May 4 and IS Juno 1, IB and July IS and 21.
Aug. 10 nnd 2i Bepb 7 ami at ueu a and iv-
For freight or passage apply to
, , W. to, TOTTEN,
. Agent for Nashville.
ISAACTAYLOR. IVesident.
may tt 40 Broadway, New York.
DR. C?. WIIXIAMS,
BALSAM OF WILD OHEIiRY
AND WOOD S APT HA
mllMTSANDS HAVE BEEN SAVED AN
J nualiy from an untimely grave by using this
UNRIVALED PREPARATION 1
It cares effectually all diseases of tbo Throat
and Lungs. Consumption in its incipient stages,
l..h. lS.,HUl.. f'l,l. ITimrh. Hiilarrh.
Creup. Whopping Cough, Soro Throat, and all
unease OI ice ncspiratury vrxnus aro iuiuiwi
ately1 relieved by its use-
Extract from a letter from Dr.S B. Robinson
lnnr a nracticinz bhvsician in Murfreesboro,
Tenfl-. tinder dato of September 11. 1817, from
Christiana, Tenn.: ...
' r .hill alwars take uleasaro In recommend
Ing your Balkan, because 1 feel its good efftcts
In my system day. and am auite sure it
bas extendod my life. Hoping you may suaeeed
In doing good to mo numan race, anu rococo
penae yourself thereby, ...
I am, respectfully, your friend,
8. B. ROBINSON. M. D."
FroraDr-J W. Nelson, tinder data of Mur-
r....kirn Rantnmhnr ft.
" Da. Chabus Williams. Memphis: I have
bad a great many calls for your Wild Cherry
nrf Wnivl rfanth.o. and of course eoald notfur-
nbh tt and mr oieet In writing to yea la to
request that yon send me a few doten as nwra asr
convenient, and lorward your Din, ami a win
aend you a check for tbe amount.
itespeeiini ly yours,
JOSEPH W. NELSON."
Sold wholesale by Harry, Demovllle Je Co.,
and by all druggists in tbe eity of .Nashville and
throaghouttbe Southern mates, i'rtse per wot
tlo. 61 no. Flefise address all wholesale orders
to I'll. V. WlbblAMB uu..
Metobbh. Tenn
And they shall receive prompt attention.
A liberal dMeoutu maue w ine iraue.
feW
UNION BANK NOTES.
TN ACCORDANCE1 WITH AN ACT OF THE
JL Legislature of Tennessee, passed Deeetober
12th, ISO), entitled an act ' To expetble tbe dis
tribution of the tfects of Banks, which have er
mar make aMtgnmenta among ineir creditors.
notice is hereby given ta the holders of tlieaites
ol ru usios ak or iKsrtsnSKs lonieujMa
who mo arwl-mrnnii, ai iuo jhk in nimmi,
between now and the lit day of January, eigh
teen hundred ami sixty-nine. flfW.) and reeei"
eertiteaist therefiir, or they will . bo forever
barred from any partteipatma in the awetf l
tho Bank. The ctrtlfieates will bo reeelred at
fi in payment for debU due tbe Hank. wb(b
er Uradered before or afUr the 1st ;' Jaaa-
tn.vatJ. J03. r . auk r...
Dee. 2Q.l.Vi.-'n-Sin
FEATHERS, GINSENG,
Beeswax and Rags.
YTTB ARBBUYIKHAbbUr thk AilOYK
W rtklrs at their Hrbest valoe. tn birg or
small ouaatltler. aeep en. aaad alelenj
of StimCLY I'RIMB FfiATUEjuL for sale to.
persens wanting a priss. selcet Feather.
We renovate and .eJfcuiwi Featbers In a day
notiee- VVlll lKMAW BKUH.,
f9. is rawkc rviaare.
'it
MEEOHANT3
I.RR3 in
Sorglio Maojiincs Cider
- : - T E IV NT s Trj rr.
WAKKANTEI:
Price of the Fan at tho Manufactory, t. .
"3tT DOL'EABS,
Freigkt added.
TEIVIVENSE K
GBICULTURAL WORKS.
Tennessee Penitentiary.
WARD & BRIGGS.
SINCE THE DESTRUCTION OF OUR
. Work Shops in June lad. we have rebuilt
our establishment, put New Machinery f tbe
latest style ami lmiirove.1 quality, enabHag ua
to offer to the trade. AT GRKATf.V REDUCED
PRICKS, the following articles of oar own mac
uficthro. of the nlostsuperioriuar1ty aad ftnlsb
ArifiiUiiral ImpIcmciitH.
C.ISTAMI YVKOUt'UT 1'I.OWN,
iHiirnr.i: .shovels,
I HUM. TNJ1)KS,
i riiDir points,
SJI.I7VICEN,
j COTTON NCRAPKItN,
j COTTON CHOPPER?,
cn.Ti'A'roim.
HTILIVV CUTTERSl,
' CORN H1IKI.I.K1LN,
R.-itlroml anil (Inrilen WheelharrowM,
' Etc.. Etc, Alio.
CEDAJt WAliE,
In endless variety, oe as it ting in part of
RIIAN.H AN 1 IRON 1IOIINO IltlCKKr
OIIURNM, bitest atrles,
WAftiH TIJIJ.S. JOOT TORJ.
KKI'EEItN. WATER OANN,
i PAIE.N, UUAK VAUH,
BISCUIT TABLES. NOGGINS. PJGKV. HALF
j PECIC AND BUSHEL MEABuRff.
Also, tho celobrated. MOTH PROOF. 0MDAK
CUiaT.
CASTINGS.
Ity'nJmM
otov. otc
Hemp IlaKKinj-.
, We aro tha !e manufacturers of 5?. WARD'S
celebratoil Hemp Bagging, and are prepared to
fill orders in aay quantity.
fjlono Work.
We have on hand Roagb, Dressed and Hrekan
Stone, which we offer at unusually low rate.
Our work guaranteed In all eases.
We are still enlarging our Work Wieps and
adding Machinery. We have new a lane
Foundery.wellstoekfd with Patterai. and the
best Machine Shoo Wostol tho Mottauifw. and
offer and propose to do ALL RlrTDB Or MA
0IIINB WORK, aaeb as sTII.I WORK.
ENOINEN.
SIVIl AII.11V JLlAil.t VI
oTACIIINr.Ki. Wo are also prepared te do
all k I nils of Castings and other verk, AT
LOWER RATES THAN 0AN BK DONE
ELSEWHERE.
P. S. We have added adilttloeat fores ta oar
Cedar Warn Factory. and hare a targnateek on
hand. Wo bare hiretafore been usable, te ill
orders prom yj)
feb2 tf
G..P-x,T.1
LIFE 1NSHRANGR.
WIDOW
ISM
ORPHAN F,UN:D
LIFE INSURANCE CO.,
TfTAVINO COMPLIED WITH TUB' LAW
11 are now rm lr to reeelTe apliesUorf''r
Pulieiesen all tba latest Issprered ptaaseYLifo
ITb epany have seen red tfce aerrttea ef
kawle.lge.i skill asl
Hfo Insurance is a
tkia enmpaiiy eaa eaTarsapererr iimemam hp
persenidesiri lJffJw(mTM
R 0 F0BTKK, mvj.
OKRTIFICATE.
s,..rT. CttMjrTrMM4,ai, Otwcit.
Fue.1 Life lrwre VeaiH.nr. !. V'"
eeupiM4ewtli the taw, d wiawaa lassee
,er eent- bnwJa for tbe eerdyf Its.
Ulders. U. W. itl.AUK.BW
aurll-aw m
.JOHN S. BROWN
F0M 0. 9 VXWX
TTAS REMOVRD
A -I
reet to No. I rnmie.
(Fteneli'i OW Htarsl.) where 1 WW ge-fc an
11 no et
tVttdlea'
fJenta' and' i
Children
BOOTH ANI SHOES,
.1.
Mr.E. W.MDRIAJf re-sefMwIlA. Ilfca. itH
wAI trpleaaed W. wt a mm Kteno. y 'n
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