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Recently there arrived Ireai Europe a fc MmHe of that exalted man and jurist, Chief Justice Marshall. Upon, the ooeasion of iu erection, a Yir- iriiita poet, writhine in flmme and in the gall of bondage, thiw wrote with vigor and truth : OaMMKNtKO THK El IS I SO HF WE BMIKZC STATDE We are glad to c yau. Juitp Nzrtkati, ay tar m rrmi tria the chttM t notTl df, take j-eBr4Hl on tlM monument ihore, Alonif with the tbr I1 e4rc With Waabingtrin, Jeffron, lienry mmI Mirk AV'bo fliHieJ with n great traBnereg4ti, In tlifcir lu-fa4iiinej itii of ireedura nnd rtJit, Ami ttiblr lifttrfnl of (TrAnir 1 oiiOTMwIonl tou eerae rctber late to ynur iipjttnl. Julio. rer mnn ya ohould have been here; fW the retume you ImM in mi Iimr the law, And tbk it nv longer Virxiuku TUo obi Marhtl-Hiw you exrHtxted of yore it natr not at all to the iurie; And the martial-law of the new Uritwdirr If Mrtneer than hahea rorjxm. Si u keep tuu the volume otiot rtth are, WAv 1 lia Aa Vm At t a law avn Avtur I And it needt all your bra to ho hnUinj it .there With " Jurtice" inwribed on the cover. Could life nnaken the limb ef bromo And blaio in the bnrnUhed eye. What would ye do with your moment of life, "Ye men of the days cone by? Would ye ehide ua or pity ux. bluh or werp, Te men of the day tone by? Would Jefferson tear up the Mro-II be holda That tlpio baa proven a He? Ami Aiamian bui me volume M law. Apd lay it down with a aich ? weuJtl mbami roll uii the Jiill l Jtl Vrava a race unworthy to aoan it? And Henry dash down the eloquent iwerd, And plane it asaiiiat the granite ? And Wanhlngton, Koated in maMt)-atrength On the eharger that pawa tbe air, 'Could lie tee hii aena in their deep dtngraee. Would be ride so proudly there? Ho would cet biia down (rem hit bis braai horse And cover hii fae at our abame, I'or the land of hta birth ii now "Dbrt riet One" Hrcinia waa once the name. DEATH 0F D1L LIVINGSTONE. OfOrlal Arroiuit rruiti Aniorlriui ii)iiil tU Znnlbnr. .The following account of the death of Dr. Livingstone hni heen roceived hy the Htate.Dppartmcnt : HIONSuiJiTK or titk Unittd Status of Amhuiqa, Island of Zanihar, Dec 9, 18CC. Sir? It bcceraen my jwlnfnl duty to re port tne uoatn ot l)r. Uavid ltvingAtone, the celebrated African explorer, who, oh 1 1)atolT No.'4), left hero on the 9th of March last for the exploration of the river Kovutna, and the region helwcen the great lake of. Central Africa, of which, an yet, Jbul little is known. The id intelligohce waa received here on the Cth iniit. by the arrival ot several native members of the expedition, from whom hut Jittle of im portance could be elicited, aave the fact of Dr. I.tvingRtonn h dealli. I am indebted to Dr. Kirk, J I. li. M. Vieo Consul, and formerly a rnotulier of the Livingston Aamuest ejpeiiion, lor tnc lollowing jMir- uuuiarB oi mis wu cveni: ami as ids ac companying remarks may prove interent Ing, Ican not do bcttur tlmn to give them in his own word : "The return of several of the Johanna men who accompanied Dr. Livingston, haa made it certain that that dintincuiaheil traveler haa fallen, and with him half of ma. nauvo loitowers. nreeent cxixnlition may be briefly plated to have been an attempt to unite the magnifi cent discoveries of late years, and deter mine the limits and connections of the three great lakes which roach from 14th degree aeuth tp 3d degree north latitude, and flowing to the 8a by the JCatnbesi and Nile at the two uxtremitiea, but with an inter mediate (ipoce aa yet unknown. Such was the geographical problem, lint Dr. Liv ingstone bad in Tiew to aflet the nresetit enormous Hast African slavetrade, tliroHgh pioneering the way which might lead to lawful commerce. To have consolidated Jh'one the tmccessivc discoveries achieved briliimselfon the ' Nyassa,' Burton on the 'fetnganyika,' Speke and Grant on tho MMctorli,' and llaker on tho 'Albert JJyanta,' would lvo been a tilting IriumpJ fr one who was the first to cross tho African continent with in? the, Urepical aone; but theso hoes have been wreckel hy his untime ly death. We last heard of Dr. Livingstone at N'dotide, at the conflu ence of the Navuma and Kiendc. Here ho met with kindness, but found the land de solated by'the slave-traders supplying tho market of Zanzibar. We have information that he proceeded further to Mataka, Miao chief, who gave presents or "cattle and food. At this joint the Indian Sepeys remained behind, and have since returned to Zanribar. From Mataka to Alake was eight days' inarch. On crossing a wido water in Canves, they followed die bonier of the lake for ae vera! days, and thusKtrnek inland. Tliry -were middetily attacked in a bushy country, attout 9 a.m., by a band of Mavite. Dr. Livingstone killed the most forward of tho attacking arty4 but was surrounded and cut down by one blow of a battlc-ax, which cut half through his neck. Beyond this we have nS details, for those who returned were the first to tlee. Almost all who stood near IV. Livlugstonc were killed, although they seem to have done considerable with their rifles. This happened about six weeks ago, or about October 26. "You now see how very niosgerouv in formation is. Bvon with a jwmonal tnowl edge of Uie lakos of the surroundi-ig coun try, at least a short distance frotr, the scene ot una sau atiair, aim a know'.etlge of that very tribe of Zatees, called MVile, Agile, mawjiicK, em, it uas occn tiutte impossible for me as yet to elict anything from the impenetrable simplicity o'f tho few who havo returned, as ta where this tragedy took place. That it was to the west of the lasaa is eertain; ami whether in the dis trict we had already explore.!, or further to tiw north is still uncertain. That Dr. U was killed by the same Mavite, that he 53 Wef5 ,8,B8" egether, is certain, rttej j would IwventlackedBs then if ther baU i dared, Imt we were too stwug for theuu UUiuch enemies it comes tohe a quoa rll t f8 well as- equipment. Jwt th ? afer, wiH KOt their tejUte unawares, iektatd la upper, clothing f ulfSSd Sd r U k Itardhr probable that anv frtker will TM be Stained ia rZtZ W?lJr. IirvIBgtoae1, death, as axe a wandering ieoplo, and it will l liUlisimjwUe to ascertain the IvarticJar ftJIjr. ymir obedient wrvant, 1 Hon. W . IL Seward, Sor'ty if mle. jjauBHABiA-ioyrtwyis involved. to 'Jfftwtnt toAsrftH Bttrr, inme coBctery at I'riRetUm; NvsJw Hia iESfilea elsewhere. It Is said fey residents that tfie slabTwM secretly bronght ta Pdniey tonTMalfew.weelw-anecy andTarillLu tSb" . t 1 J . II. I A U JL. K fJO., CominlSNion and Forwarfliifg Merchant No. 41 South Market st, Nashville, TSin janl2-S JOHN BROWS?, MERCIIA1VT TAILOR Corse? Public Square and Deadcrick Street,. HAS JUST ItECEIVED A SPLENDID iHMrtment of Ciotbs, CaJimercs.' NretinkJ and Linen DrilU, to which be invites his ctu toraers and the public generally. N. 13. Seott'a ilcporU of fashions for sale. , mar! lro 5SOMICOFJFBB HOUSE AND 0T1IBR VALIfABJiE PBOrBItTY A.T PRIVATE SALE. IX PDESUAK0B OF DECREES OF THE Chancery Court, I offer at private tale Oen. Zollicofftr'e residence on HUb street; The Boyd Jdstfalry House. onSammcr street; And other valuable property. Parties desiring; to purchase will be fully in formed as to terms, etc., upon application to mo atlbeveurt ueuse. MORTON B. HOWELL. feb!6 Clerk and Master. HARTS' AND MAJfCFAC- TUUEI -On M0 -On MONDAY, the first dav of April. boeks will bo opened at the Chamber of -Go ra in eree roonu tor subEcnptton in live capital stncic of the Merchants and Manufacturers' Mutual Iniuranee Company of Nashville, under a char ter granted by bo last Lesislature, on the MtifOALAXD-Stock plan. A. J. GOFF. President. N. H0BS0N. Vice President. W. It. tiOKUUJN. Beeretary. Nashville, March 2 117. mar20 td Arckitect. Ci PECIFICATI0N8 AND WORKING DRA"W O INOH. made with or without auperintenJuuce UtUce, at tne ataxweii jiouae. BtrERKSCEfl JOH.V OVXBTOW, W. U. FoLTOf, vl7 tf . J. McCAXN, K U.Esst. f GARDEN SEEDS. TK HAVE JUST RECEIVED A LARGE YY atoelc of wall assorted Gardon Seed, from Darid Landreth, whieh we will sell at the lowest market prices. u. w.iiKHUEKtiiiui-r, Corner Cedar streitand Square, Nashville. ian7-3ro HENDERSON BEOS., r. i f! i: nni:d PRACT1C:AL:PLUIVIBERS GAS AND, STEAM, F1TTEHS, No. 7S Cherry Street, J KOId'Nn. ft),) opposite Colnnnade'lluIIdincr; NASH VI I.I.i:.M..-t.u a.m... EHttllHHllOl" i 185SI. "1 17 K ARE PREPARED TO DO WORK. 'IN tV our line in a prompt and first-class P1YUMI5ERS' MATKKIATi T . 1.. . t ' Oh bant! &ml for Hile. i NHEirr LKAi), ; i.i'.ai mte, j WO I.EA1, oit:i: ruairs. f.ei WKi.ii i'iiMi'H, AUTESIAN I'UMI'S. BATHS. WASHSTANDS.: WATER-CLOSETS. JJL00K-TIN and HYDRANTS. BEER COOKS, , SlfAMPOONINO COCKS.. BASIN COOKS. HOSE, HOIWATER BOILERS. .NOZZLES, COUPLINGS, ETC OAS FITTING,. l..l.tl. 1 T.l..t Tt.iI1,tlnu Clnn Iln...o etc., fitted up in the most improved stylo, and I UUIIO Kill. WH..U1UM. V ...iu. v.r . on reasAnablo terms. Chandeliers, Hall Lights, Pillar Lights. Drop Lights, Portable stands with Hose. Pendants. Brackets. Glare Globes. Smoke Bells, Patent and PJain Shades, Cigar Lighters, etc. IltON PIPE, For Gas, Water and Bteam, from an eighth inch up tu two tnahes. JFiltinKH fur the Above. duccrs. Lock Nuts, lleeks, Return Bends, unions, no. STEAM FITTING. Steamboat. Factory, Hotel and Stationary Engine work done. Steam Gauges), Steam Whistles, Stoats Traps, Globe Valves, all sties ; Guage Ooeks. OH Cup, Air Cocks, Cylinder Cocks, etc, etc. fcbn-Sm FOR BENT, THE BEST RETAIL STAH IN THE CJITY. THE STORK HOUSE AT PRESENT 0CCU pled by I'rnigliNVd, Itrestst t tilbaou, NO. 29 PUBLIC SQUARE, As a Hardware House, la new offered frr rent- It U admirably adapted for any kind ef rat ail trade, betag A VEttY POPWAB STA5ri, And in Eed repair, and very Coruplcto in all lla Arrnujrcmnils. Tbe e nreseat jv RE TRADE raprietors having embarked in the KUX VtMUliliS. ALE HARD- WAR TRADfi. raauire raore commodious bouse, and will rent the above ON FAVORABLE TERMS. Apply on tbe premises to CRAIGHEAD, BRBAST 4 GIBSON. raarl5 3w In Chancery at Nashville. t Suto of Teeacc Clerk's OBVe, Chancery Court at NasbviNe, March tbe 14th. 1S7. aitllmw iCo mpirmaatsvs. R. H. Ctrer aad etaesm. defendants. XV APPBARINGFROM AFFIDAVIT FILED mvectcBriae aMenaanu. TnowpMii ie & Katxanberger, B. Simon, U. W. w M. FrBbeuf, are non-rufdenu of the 7c"0 Tennwsee it Is therefore ordered tbat wriiit? .l. 'I8" appearanee herein before the first three dye ef tbe nett Una of jr?trS U held on Ibe first Monday in w. ami 1H nd vtead. aaswtr or Aemur to ateants' 'Mil .tlh.um.UIIL.i.i f talc Rex iitti. ,sS.waf thli.arder U pahhshitoT NasbvRU Ualon i JdalLjUOWiB! . ClettandM; eBtI'. xuk aster. j&atfir-ttw m0 CO. t !ui tbcar. u Whole sale Merchants, NASHVILLE.,..'...;w...TENNESSEE. 'TTE ARE NO WJN RECEIPT 0FALAR0E VI aodwell'seleeted STOCK" OF GOODS, suitable roe t Spring and Summer - Sales, To which we call tbe attention of Merchants visiting Nasbv: 111.- Our,'? locks eonsis t of . r Foreign and Domestic Drygoods1, CI.OTHIXO, . ' 1 HOOTS, , ' "' j HHOE8, t- i - ' s . j . .. - - HATH, - ' Hfts'lEUV. j ai.ovrfl, EIBBONS, TRIMMINGS,; ETC.. ETC.. ETC. EVANS, FITE s& CO. X9-N0 GOODS SOLD AT RETAIL. mar7 3m . . B. S. HAMILTON, WHOLESALE GEOOER AND OMSIISSION MERCHANT, No. "30 Broad Street, NASHVILLE TENN XW- CONSIGNMENTS SOLICITED. marS lm NASHVILLE & DECATUR I L W AT, Great Central All Eail Eoue TO THK SOUTH AND SOUTHWEST Two nally Thpouirli PasfcnMrTniins, inabingrdlrect eonuectlonfi ntlecn tur trltli Memplils nnd, Charlm- ton Itnltroail, for nil l'olnts , Bonth nnd NonttiYvcat. , Through to Memphis Without Chattfrc ol cars. , ( COMMENCING JANUARY 27. 1SI7, TRAINS j will ran as follows: TRAINS SOUTH, TRAltf NO 1 train no, 2. Leave Nashville .-7:35 a. m. Arrive Decatur.. . -. 3.-00 p. ii. " Huntsvilla 7:43 p.m. " Corinth.. ..- :5S P. M. " Grand Junction 11:37 r. it. " Memphis... 2:30a.m. TRAINS NORTH, Kq. 1. Leave Memphis.......-... 7:00 p. m. Leave HunUville Mi. m. Leave Decatur................. 6:45 a. m. Arrive Nashville.. 2:40 p. , 7:30 p.i if, 2:45 a. '.if. 7:43 a Jm. 2:30 pJm, no. : 7:11) A -11 1:53 p.1m. 6:46 pjM. 2:40 am Train No. 2 South connects at Decatur for Huntsvilla! at Corinth with Mobile and Ohio R. R. for Selma, Mobile and intermediate points. . Connects at Grand Junction with Miss. Central R. R. for New Orleans and intermediate Dolnta. Train No. 1 South connects ot. Decatur for Ilnntsville. Mcmnhis nntl intermediate uoiota. Train No. 2 North connects at Nashville with Louisville find NashvilleRnilroad. for tbe East, Worth and Northwest: and with N.Js U. and'iN A N. W. and K. Jt K. Railroads, for all points on tnoso tines. Train No. 2South and No. 1 North run daily Train No. 1 South and No. 2 North run daily except Sundays. Splendid Sleeping Cars A inched io all Night Trains. Coluinbln Accommodation Train Dnlly, except Sundays. Leaves Columbia at- - -.. 6:23 A, u Arrives at Nashville at-.....- - 9:00 a- m, Leaves Nashville nt - 4:00 p. v. Arrives at Columbia nt........ .......... 6:37 p m The Columbia Accommodation Train will run on the above time permanently from year to year, except tbat in summer the time of depart ure from Nashville will be 5:00 p. M.f instead of 4:00 p. m. For throuch Ticket? nnd other information Please apply at the office of the Nashville City transfer Upmpany, Northeast corner ofhnmmer and' Church streets, and at the Broad Street Depot, Mnshville, Tennessee. J. It. VAN BTSU jan27- General Superintendent p i-i an isr i x MIFniHG COT Lata College Hill Foundry, ON HAND FOR SALE. One 35 Horse Engine, , new; , One 21 irorse Knntiie,jccond hind Onn.15 Horsb EiijrIne;'.witlilBolIcr co'm- plcte, second hand ; t One 12 Homo Eugiiio, new; Six IO Home Engine!, now. I Portablo and StatiouaryEngines Of all sizes mode to order, 'Warranted etjual to unv Kaitern KnifiiiM. . Tnoso in want of Engines will give us a call before purchasing elsewhere, Mill Work, IIoiihc Fronts, i Jail Worlc, j Bridge Work, Iron RallliiK, And every description of Iron Work, made on the shortest notice, and warranted to give, satis- iacuon. SAttE. K. JONES, rrCHldcnt. JXO. TKENBATH, Sccrotnry. janl-3m PETEOIEUMi. qniB-dJNDBnSIGNED AR&-NOW PRK X rred to fill orders Dr PETJIOEECM, cni'IlE xsn REriXlil), the product of Wells in Overton county, Tenuea see, at prices lower than tho same can be ob tained elsewhere. livery kiudof oil. Illuminating and Lobrieating, furnished at short notice. This oil has already been larrciy naed. and gives universal taUffaction, as shown by the numerous testimonial received. Tbe illnminatio?. oil is KON-SPLOSIVK. and is 20 to 3D- higher than the government fire test tjlUKE.it llfcr LEUOWKK, Agents. mar6-tr 67 orth Cberryst. New Tork and Bremen Steam Ship Company. MKN. taking lasscngers ta Southampton, Lon don, Havre 'and Bremen at the fallowing rates, payable in gold, or Its equivalent in currency: rirH cauia, iiie; seoor.a camn, m; siecr Frem Bremen, Southampton. Havre, to New as, w b rem uremen, aq rk: First cabin terare. $48. York itm cabin, t lit); sceena camn, staerage. 48. Rrenrslen ti :nraen tickets. let and borne First cabin. 210; seaend oabin. $130; steerage. $70. IlAl.TId (tiL A fi. Jn sta. will follow A pril 39. Further departures from New York- May 4, Jone 1, Jone 15, June a. Joly 20. rorlretgni or passage apniyio , 1SAAL 1 A 1 L"l naswrpi, 40 BrMdway. New Yorfc. maris tf R. H. GROOMES & CO., UJTOEBTAKI3XS FOR CITY ANDSUR reending ooan try Dealers in HETATXIO BURIAX, 'ASES. ; Df&e No.' 42 "North Claprry Street I -Manafactory A'o. 145 South matUet Hi. Ordera-left'-at either plaeiwwaibetp8mpUr'1 fiUed. . . L!,f maflXBia . FITE & fjlHE FIRST-CLASS F. S. MAIL STEAM 1 shir. ATLANTIC, Chas. H aovr. Master. wiH leave Pier 46. N. R.. SATURDAY. April 6. at 8 trVrtoek a. m for SOUTHAMPTON AND BRE- AYIiolesalc ; Mug . Store. :Uf.l ! iiti ': r J 1 TJVWIX & TPEXIEET05r, HAVING SOLD JCi their retail storlc st No. 19 south sida of the Public Square to Mr. JI.lY.-Hxs3!ock. have re moved to the Store formerly occupied Jiy Ewin, Pendleton & Co.. No. 5 Inn Block, northeast cornsr of tbe Publicanare. To their late retauenstemers sad friends they would respectfully recommend Mr. Hasstock as a rentleman favorably known as a Druggist of th is city, and worthy of their patronage as a business man and citizen. They havo associated with them In business their former partner, WM. H.JJYIN,and pro- Sose, under the firm style of Ewin, Pendicles & td carry on a general WHOLESALE DRUG BUSINESS, as formerly. They solicit the patronage of their former friends, and all others looking to Nashville as a market in rhich to make their purchases. Mr. C. DcPRE, who was formerly with Ewin, Pendleton & Co., and latterly with us, will remain in tho house.) JOH.V It. KWIS. JSO. T. 7EXDLET0.Y. WM. H. KWIIt EWIN, PENDLETON & CO. Wholesale Druggists, NO. S IN-JNT BLOCK, Jfortltenst Corner Pnblic Hqnnre, t. . :. , , NASHVILLE.. TjTrOULD RESPECTFULLY ASKrrHE AT if -tentioq, of Country Merchant), Druggists and Physieians'to their stock of DRUGS. MEDICINES. PATENT MEDICINES, PAINTS. OILS. DYESTUFFS. KINK VIRGINIA and Common TOBACCO. SMOKING TOBACCO. . . WRITING and LETTER PAPERS FANCY ARTICLES, Etcj. Before purchasing elsewhere, as we'are deter mined to make it to the interest of purchasers to bay in this market. We will either buy or dispose of at the very highest market rates, for our friends. Dried Fruit, Feathers, Beeowax, Wool, Ginseng,- Etc., Etc., Tbat mar be sent to us. Our terms are Cash." en9-ditrw3m POTATOES POTATOES ! ! 200 BARRELS PEACH BLOWS AND Meshannock Potatoes, this day received In store. B.S. HAMILTON & GREEN. ONION SETTS. 500 BUSHELS' CHOICE SETTS, which we wish to" sell to cloBe consignment. ' B. S. HAMILTON fc GREEN. To Arrive lrr Steamer Itebeecn. 200 BALES PRIME HAY. 400 Barrels Poach Blow Potatoes. 200 " choice'Apples. 70 " OnionsJ 200 " Flour, all grades. 100 " Wheat. 0 " White Beans. 500'BU; BUSHELS DRIED APPLES. 500 " " Peaches. We will also pay the highest market price for Bacon, Lard, Feathers, Ginseng, Beeswax, etc, U. S. HAMILTON i GREEN, IN STORE AND TO ARRIVE New Orleans, Demarara, Crushed, Powdered Granulated nnd Coffco Sucars. Coffee. Cheese, Mackerel. Candles. Soaps. Nails. Buckets, Brooms, Tubs, Wash Boards, Starch, Pepper, Ginger, f-pices. Cloves, Nutmegs, Cinnamon, Pickles, Oysters, Sardines, Blacking, Blacking ilrusbcs. catsups, bauces. Wrapping .Paper, Twine, leas, inaigo. Alauaer, copperas, i'me Apples, Fresh Peaches, Dried Beef, Surgar- curca iiams, etc., etc. RYE AXIS BUCKWHEAT Fl.OIiit. JA-OBERTSON AND BOURBON WHISKIES, Rum, Gin, Apple, Peach and Freneh Bran dies, Old Port, Madeira, Shenyand Ginger Wines. feb3. St. S. HAinbTO.V A GREEN, OCULIST. IR. J. 15. GENTRY, FORMERLY OFFRAKFORT, KENTUCKY has permanently located himself at Jackson Tennessee, for the purpose of prasticing his pro fession. Refers to tho citizens of Middle and West Kentucky, Middle and West Tennessee. Htlls cash without reserve. lfebaL-Sm FRESH GARDEN SEEDgl JUST RECEIVED BY ' ' R. P. JENKINS, ,jan22-tf Successpr toT. Wells. Druggist. E. I.. WKAKLKT. T. J. TABBBOCOH. WEAKLEY & YARBE0UGH, . Wholesale Grocevs AND Commission Merchants, H0. 6 H0HTH COLLEGE ST., NASHVILLE . .TENN 45- CONSTANTLY ON HAND THE BEST qualities of Flbur. Coffee and Sugar, which will be sold at lowest cash prices.- Also, fine brands ot liquors. fob31-3m St. Cecilia's Academy, MJNT VERNON. Near 1ST a s li v i 1 1 e. CONDnOTSI) BV SI8TSES Of THK OKiixn ov ST. I O M I fi I C, Under the patronage of the Right, Bishop Af Nashville, Rev. 'PHIS ACADEMY WAS FOUNDED IN 1SC0, A for the purpose of enabling parents, and guardians in tbe South and Southwest to impart to their daughters and wards a thorough and solid Sducotion. The Asadomr In about ono mile from the citv and is situated in one of the most beautiful and healthy localities in its vicinity. The Academic year consists of two Sessions eaeb. and terminating about the 20th of June. Special attention is given to tbe different branches usually taught in Academies. Fob Trims, rtcu apply to tbo Mother Supe rier, Nashville, Tennessee. janij-iy FOR RENT, THE BUILDING KNOWN AS THE Brewerr. in North Nashville, on Jefferson rtreet, with a large lot and stables. .iamiso iiiinuaiu,or F. R. CHEATHAM, dec27-t f No. 87 North Cherry tt rnltK WASH VIEXE CHIMNEYSWEEP. ,J. ISO COMPANY. Ibis Corcpsnyarenow prepsrea lf pi can raifsney oi every acscnpiion in a tbereuh and sattstaetory manner. Tney hope to receive a large public patronage. All parties re interested la having their ebimnia lean, ana id us ir nrowHUDs u i t The tirtre fur cleanlBS &ch chimney is nloeed at tbe low sam of Mlty Cent. marl23m New Tailoring Establishment. DANIEL CJ. SCANIiAJff. pleased to see his friends at WOULD BE O. JJIHEBBX STREET, ttt& (aeA thejsjweJl uous,i j j 12 3m, u NVLE, aJUiBSWie. jWUmi vm.i m iMi.naj Louisville. and "Nashville 0 RAIL ,t. SUICK TIME TO ST.. X.OTJIS, ' " ' -CIIICAflO.' , ' " "-CINCINNATI, ' -., . . - t up . AND THE EAST: . - ' .... .aU . , , Tboi Dally Turonch Trains; IXnltini; ' Direct Connccttona nt Xonlarllte far flic East, West nml North. COMMENCING JANUARY 27, 1867 Trains will run as follows : No. S. No 4. Leave Nashville f:00 A M C0 P M Arrive at Bowling Green. 8;00 A M SiiSS P M " " Cave City. 9:27 A M S:18 P M " "Lontsville. hSX) P M 9:20 PM WEST AND NORTH. No. I. No. 2. No. 3. ' LeaveLouisvilla 130 P M 9:30 P M 6:30 A Arrive Ind'napTi-.-OO P M 4:15 A M 12:45 P . Arrive Chicago 10-.50 A M &00 P M 10:10 P M " St. Louis. y:30 A M 1:00 P M J:4$ A M EAST. No. 1. No. B. 9:30 P M 4:15 A M 6:15 A M 3J50 P M 10:40 P M 9,30 P M 1:00 P M Leave Louisville Arrive at Indianapolis " " Cincinnati " " Cleveland " " Buffalo " " Pittsburg " '-Baltimore " " Washington " " Philadelphia " " New York " " Boston 1:30 P M 70 PM 11:55 P M 6:15 A M 1:35 P M 10:25 A M 12:20 A M 12:40 A M 7:00 A M 1:20 P M 3:45 P M 5:00 P M WSteamcrs of U. S. Mail Lino leave Louis ville daily at 10 a.m. and 4 p. m arriving in Cincinnati in time to take early morning trains for the East. Passenger car Attached to freight trains Leaves Franklin, Ky., nt 7:09 i, m., and Gallatin at 9:30 a. m.. arriving in Nashville at 11:50 a. m. Leaves Nashville at 3:10 p. m., arrives at Galla tin 6:00 p. m and at Franklin 9:01 p. v. ALBERT FINK, General Superintendent L. & N. R. R. dec9 Nashville and Chattanooga K A. I IL !R O A. D. CHANGE OF TIME. Two Dally Trains Lcnyo Nashville for Washington, New Yorb, nnd nil Points East nnd South. Close Connections 3fndo nt Cliattn nooga Slornlngr nnd Eve iitiip; for all Eastern ami Southern Cities. OrriORor GkskbilSupkeintkxdent. Nasiivii.w: & Chattanoooa Railroad, NashviJIo. Tenn.. Jan. 27, 1867. 867. j ON AND AFTER SUNDAY, JAN. 27, 1867, and until further notice. Passenger .trains will run asfollowa : -Leave Noahvillafor Washington, New York, Atlanta, Macon, Montgomery, Augusta, Savan nah, New Orleans nnd Mobile at 5:00 a.m. and 6:0C p. m arriving in Chattanooga at 2:00 a. m. and 2:00 r. v.; both Trains matting clc3a con nections nt Chattanooga with East Tennessee & Georgia and Western & Atlantic Railroad Trains. Returning, leave Chattanooga at 7:40 a. m. and 7:40 p. m upon arrival of E. T. t Go. and W. & A. Trains, arriving in Nashville at 4:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. Elegant JPalnce Sleeping Cars on all Night-Passeng-er Trains. Shklbtvillb Accommodation Leaves Shel byville 5:20 a. M. and 12:50 p. v., arriving in Nashville 11:10 a. m. and 4:30 p. m. Leaves Nashville for Shelbyville 5:00 a- m. and 5:00 p. m arriving in Shelbyville 9:00 a. m. and 9:05 p. m. Nashville nnd Northwestern Railroad. Pabsbxqer Trais Leaves Nashville 3:00 p. m.; arrives at JVhnsonvilIe 9:00 p. m. Leaves Johnsonville 4:00 a. m.: arrives nt Nashvl(e 10:00 a.m. W. P. INNES, Gen'l Sup't. ' IT. & C. and N. W. R. R J. W. BROWN. Oen'l Pass Agent. ian26 tt C. M. BRIGGS. I. M. HYATT. BRIGGS & GO., QENERAIi OMItlISSI)N MERCHANTS, Grocers and Forwarders,: AOEMT3 FOR TBR.SALB OF , t ' Cedar Ware, Plows, I Corn-Shellers ; , StrawCutter4, AOUICULTUItAL i.Hfl.E.lIENTS, HOLLOW-WARE, j BAGGING, 1 ROPE nnd TIES. ETC.. ETC.; Manufactured at the Tcnncsseo Penitentiary. . Dealers in FLOUR, . ... i BACON. . LARD. .. MEAL, ' ' CORN, and PInnintion Supplies tionernlly, INTO. 3, COR. CHITRCH AND COLLEGE tSTS., NASHVILLE, TENN. .. jan4-3m THE OIi:ST BOOT AND SHOE HOUSE IN THE CITY.: Established in January. 1843. UtE HAVE ON HAND A LARGE AND V V , varied assortment of . Gents , Boys', Youths. Ladies', Misses' and Children's BOOTS. HUUKS ana UAiirina. Also, uenrs ana Boys' HATS, UMBRELLAS. HOSIERY, and reasonable prices. Uld stylos ana stock- mncn less tnan cosr. B. R. CUTTER A CLEAVES. NO. 30 corner of Broad and College streets. Or at their Branch Store, NO. 25 College street Sewanee Block, Nashville, Tenn. janu-3m BELLOWS FACTORY. SAM of) I wai AM PREPARED WITH A LARGE STOCK BEIiLOwn', of all sites, for tbo market. wimiftted nerfect. Thev will be found with all of tbe Hardware Merchants- of Nashville. Customers from abroad will be supplied by aa dressing me through tbe PostoOice at Nashville. I promise perfect satisfaction in the work, or to oe retomea-ior exenange, oi iny cojuqr.irans- portation., . a ku jv a . aecis-am 1. & W..KANNIE, NO. 21 BROAD STREET,, Between Market and College streets. WHOLESALE BAKERS A5U CON . FECTIONERS. Manufacturers aft all kinds of Candies. Crackers. Cakes and Bread, nlm n sit kinds of lraits. Nuts. Rabiins and Sardines, Oysters, Canoed Fruits. Pickles. Toys, Notions, etc , eto. ... J.QO aiiCUliUU Ul U1V UU AMU UW'IW; chants rcpeettuny solicited. WM- JUscUAr, Salesman. . A. 4k W. RANNIE- fsbt3.1y mHTS DlsrraGUl3ina) race jiorse X and thorough-bred stallion wUlmaka. tbe season ot inei, at my stanies, ioari milM'Wl i.f Vmhvilla- on the Char lotte pike, at Fn-rr Dollars for thorough bred mares, and TwaxTy-rrva Dollars for common mares, payable invariably before tbe removal of the nrooerty. Far pedigree, perform ana-etc.. see circulars, B. F. COC'KRLLL: matz-im IB a a i 0HUB0H STREET BAKEHY, No 17C Chnrch Street. M. Mceoroa .... t nvsvKfrrvm.i.v tnform my friends J. and the poblic that I csn rupplytbeai wftb rra xirvoa asa ivoiia. taorauiK- ou t tuin. wadeof tbeTerybest materiabj FosiiUe wfii l.. MM.ltu ...1.. Iw, ilu.inw tlutf ?AMl... A- Ene-assortasent'OT Cakes and- Pastry eon sUntly-on .hand. OrdfrsrJid t edf and '.evtry- ining warmoiea la m.nwio m lao very gosei, metenalsibysaperlarwersmeB. IHMM SAliE OF VAIiUAUIiE Real aM'PfefsoDaYProperty.' Til re e Fnris of from, 103 to 211 Acres acJh. Also, Personal Property. BY VIRTUE OF A DECREE OE THE CIR cuit Court of the United States for the Mid dle District of Tennessee, in case of McFerraa t als. vs. McKay & Foster, I will, on the IStlt; MARCH, 1S67. between tho hours of 11 and i, on the premises ok Dtccsasox Pick, neab Nase vt lle, expose to sale to the highest bidder tho tract of land, on which Felix U. McKay now resides, containing 438 Acres, which tract has been divided into three farms, containing respectively 214 acres, 100 poles; 103 acres, 150 poles; and 127 acres, 6 poles bounded on the north by lands of Robert Cartwrigbt; on east by lands ofS.S.Uall and Thomas Walkerton south' by lands of JoanEubanks: and on west by lands of W. D. Phillips and Caroline E. Beel. Sold wtTHotn Rensxrrtox. Tebms Ons-tbtrd cash, balance on credits of G, 12, IS and 24 months, purchaser to give security-. Interest from date and lien retained. ALSO. AT SAME TIMS AND ftACK, I will Bell for cosh all tbe personal property of the said Felix. G. McKay, consisting of household and kitchen; furniture, farming utensils, blacksmith tools, three mules, two horses, one yoke oxen, one milch cow, etc,tc, etc., etc E. R. CAMPBELL, febl2-td Special Commissioner. Postponement. The above sale, at solicitation of parties in interest, is postponed until FRIDAY, 5tb of April, 1S67. E. R. CAMPBELL. mar!3-td Commissioner, etc. OKO. H. EKID. W. H. CHADBOCIS. J. T. BBOW.t. SEIDt, CHADS OUEI. & GO., (Successors to French & Co) Cotton and Tobacco Factors, AND General Obnimissioii Merchants, Corner ofCInrke nnd Front Streets, ie7-ly NASHVILLE. P . GOIL, FKENOH BOOTMAKER, NO. 20 COXXEGE STREET, (Under the Sewanee House.) TS CONSTANTLY RECEIVING STOCK, L and manufacturing to order first-class Gen tlemen's Boots. Gaiters, and Shoes. Customers will be guaranteed satisfaction in every instance. Leather and Findings and everything in the line supplied to tho trade at moderate rates. Remember F. OOLL, No. 20 College St., under Sewanee. an UNION BANK NOTES. TN ACCORDANCE WITH AN ACT OF THE .L Legislature of Tennessee, passed December 12th, 1866, entitled an act "To expedite tho dis tribution of the effects of Banks, whieh have or may make assignments among their creditors," notice is he-cby given to the holders of thenotes of Thk Uniox Bank op Tkhnissrk to file them with the undersigned, at the Bank in Nashville, between now anil the 1st day of January, eigh teen hundred and sixty-nine, (1S68.) and receive rnrtifiratna therefor, or thev Will be forever barred from nny participation in the assets of the Bank. Tho certiDcates wilt be receiveu at par in payment for debts due the Bank, wheth er tendered before or after the 1st of Janu ary, 1869. JOS. W. ALLEN, Trustee. Dec 20.1R66. 21-6m GREAT AUCTION SALE Splendid City. Property. ON THURSDAY, THE 4th OF APRIL, 1867. at 11 o'clock a. m., wo will sell at auc tion, on the premises, tbe Elogant Residence rnnd Grounds on Cedar Street, Opposite the Capitol, and extending from High to Vine street, Tho residence will be sold with about sixty-five feet of ground, and tho remain der of this magnificent square will be divided into lots of convenient sizes, affording some of tho finest sites for residences ever offered in tbis city. As the public grounds nro ornamented, in future the advantages afforded by the Capitol Square will greatly .enhanco the value of this property, and render it not only a most desira ble and elegant place of abode, but a highly profitable investment. We invite special atten tion to and universal attendance at this auction. TERMS One-fifth cash, balance in one, two. threo and four years, with interest, and lion retained. , , ,, The above property is offered privately until the day of sale. ANDERSON. JOHNSON & SMITH. marl5 td JUST RECEIVED , A Lnrso nnd Complete Assortment GARDEN SEED; From tho well known Jiouse of DAVID liANDlXETlT & SON, JSI at PHILADELPHIA." G3 Gardeners and others wanting them can rely on getting Genuine and Fresh Seed, AT REASONABLE PRICES. I' BKMOTIW.E & CO., DRUGGISTS, CORNER CHURCH AND CHERRY ST3. Janl2-tf Boo&s for Farmers and Gardeners Farmers' and gardeners' Did- tionary; the Farm and Garden, hy Jacques; Bridgeman's Gardeners' Assistant; do. Kitchen Gardening; Buist's Kitchen Gardening; Down- Ing's Fruit Trees of America; do. Barrey's; do Baker's: Flint on Grasses; do. on Milch Cows; the American Shepherd? the Farmers' Bam Book; Fuller's Grape Culture; do. naraltthy's; Pardee on Rose and Strawberry Culture; Buist on tbe Rose; Youatt, Skinner, Maybew, Dodd and Frank Forrester on Horses. For sale by JOHN YORK, jan31-dtf w3t 41 Union street, Nashville Bankers, Officers or Bail roads, Courts. Insurance Companies, Etc., ISTOULD CONSULT THEIR INTEREST MM by having their BLANK BOOKS and BLANKS made by ALBERT B. TAVEL, 37 AND 3 UNION STREET, Who is prepared to do all descriptions of BLANK WORK ofUe Best Workmanship and SIntcrlnl, at GREATLY REDUCED PRICES. fob!7 MERCHANT TAILORING. HAVING PROCURED THE SBR VICES ME. J. SCATTERGOOD, or wemrosn, ta I AH NOW PREPARED TO MAKE TO ORDER ELEGANT BUSINESS' DRESS ,SUITS. T keep constantly on hand a large assortment of the finest BLACK AND FANCY COLORED CLOTHS, and ail the neweststy lea of i i J FRENCH AND ENGLISH CASSI9IERES. -Ab3utthejnUdle,or.Mftreh X will, reativs an ectlrelv new stock of fin Summer CoHimers. waUh .iLwill tell at the iwaar cash rit- of the best Cutters of gentlemen's clothing, in this country. I can rtW .fore, rnaraotM tne good, to fit perfectly, and fire satisfaction In every respect., ,GEO., B. ABBOTT, , sM roDnitaiNaunslBaak Over 33 TTniou Street, between Col-' lege and Cherry, imshyille; .::..x.,v..:.,TENi,., FOR tnE TREATMENT OF Privaie Diseases,, and DISEASE SOJP ivo'in JE N. S3- PATIENTS. TREATED AT THEIR, HOMES. CURES GEARXTEED. "Sa 'GJZiX, CURBS AFFECTIONS OF THE LUNGS, Diseases of the ThroaVCaneer, Gravel, Dis eases of the Heart and Liver. Inflamatioa of the Stomach, Deafness, Diseases of tba Eyes. Debilitated Systems, Dyspepsia or Indigestion, and Consumption. TO THE LADIES. AH 'Affections of the Womb treated with success. STERILITY. Ladies whose misfortune it has been not to bring forth in due season, cao consult me either by tetter or in person. PRIVATE DISEASES Of all grades, Primary and Secondary, renovated. trom tueoystem. i NIGHT EMISSIONS CURED, DR. McGILL is performing the most wonder ful cures by his Medicated Vapor Baths That have 6ver been performed in this country. He cures constitutional forms of Syphilis; Debilitated Systems; Ulcers of the Throat or Mouth; all Diseases of the Skin, caused by Syphilis or impure state of the blood ; all pains of tho bones, by Mercury and Syphilis; Enlarge ment of tbe Joints; falling out of the Hair; Rheumatisms. Scrofulas and Neuralgias. I am now ready to WARRANT A CURE. All letters should be directed to UU- JIcOILl Box 749, Nashville, Tenn. jan2-ly 0. D. BENSON, No. 5 Union and American Block) (Opposito the Maxwell House,) pUBLISnER AND DEALER IN SHEET MTJSIC, And every kind of MUSICAI. merchandise. PIANOS, ; From all the Best Makers. Also, the only Agent in tbe South for tbe much Cele brated BURDET CHURCH and PARLOR ORGAN. Pianos, and Organs tuscd, and atl kinds of Alusical .Instruments repaired. reh7-tl , TEHHESSEE OIL REFINERY HAVING ERECTED. A COAL OIL P.Fr Cneryai tho Junction of Brown's Creek and Nolensville Pike fSr the distillation ot Tennessee "Oils exclusively, we are prepared to furnish, at the lowest market rates, the follow ing proaucti ot Petroleum : Extra White Burning Oil, Distilled lubricators, Crude lubricators,; ' Naphtha, . .. - ... ': .Gasoline,. .A. . ., , I r-i . . ... RlRliolinc; ' 'Asphalt n iu. Our burning oil bears a fire tqjl bf'ISS? to 10, anil u laercinre non-axyiosire. , '" r . . . . t The'LubracatorS, aa the' combined testimony of all who have used them prove, are tha bt in tbe market. ' ' , Orders may bo left at the Drug Store oT H. T, Yaetak & Co.'s. at the office of Stoxe U IIevlsboweb. CD Cherry street; or address. HOMER T. YARYAN, mar5-tf Superintendent. WOODCOGK & SUTTON STILL IN THE (COAL) RING. Round Coal .. ..JR..... S5 50 Liinip Coal ..........-...7 OO Opposite Postoffice. NO. 3 OnERRY STREET. Jans-tl NOTICE TO SHIPPERS. V3iU GtxcaAL FaEionr OrricK. 4 N.ScC asp N. Sc N. W. Rauwats JiashviIIe. Tenn., March 18,1867, rWINO TO DESTRUCTION OF TEN. J nessee River Bridge, at Bridgeport, tbo ashviile and Chattanooga Railroad Company, nave agreea wiia panies v ran a i erry tn con nection with their road until tho bridge is re built. The parties owning tbe Ferrv cbara seven cents per hundred pounds for transfer of rreignis, wnicn rate in all cases will be addod to regular tarm rates. sr.. aicivkk. General Freight Agent. WM. P. INNES. General Superintendent. marchl9 lw Until further notice, trains will ran tn Hhit. tanooga by making transfer over Tennesseo river at urtagoport. Extra charge for ferriage. seventy-five cents. Ferry Tickets can be pur chased at ticket offices, or on ferry boat. Night Trains will be abandoned. Shelbwilla Accommodation will lnv K..li- Ville daily at 3 r. . W. P. INNES, mono mineral Superintendent. PLANTERS' BANK NOTES. TN ACCORDANCE WITH AN ACT OF THK JL Legislature of 'Tennessee, passed December )2th, I860, entitled an act " To expedite the dis- tribntion or tne enects or uank.. which have or mayicaka assignments among their creditor!' notice is hereby given do the holders of thenotes of The iiAjrxxaa' Base- or Texkessse to file them with the undersigned, at the Bonk ia Nosh ville.betwecn now and the lat day of Jannarv. eix hteen,iundred and sixty-nine. (1869,) and re ceive certificates therefor, or they will be torever barred from any participation in the assets of the Bank. 'Joe certificates will be received at fae in payment of debts due the Jtaok, whether tendered before or after the 1st of Jann axr. im. D. WEAVER. Trustee. dec25-3m a Memphis Avalanche ind Kcoxvllle Whig copy three months and send bill to Mr. Wcavcb. For Rent. BY DECREE IN CHANCERY, IN THE GASF of Jno. W, Walker v. tbe Sheritf of Darlilwin coontv and other. I am dtreeted to rent for the year iS57-tb following property, vfe: The Store House now oeenpied by Messrj. R. B.Cheatham A Co. . . Tbe btnre Jtottfe on Chureb street oesuplea by Messrs. Hamilton k Green. And a Stere Room between tb two houses above mentioaed. Those wishing to rest will eail on meat R. B. iEXEjCUTOB'S: SALE! Dr. JT. M. WatHon'H Property. ON TUESDAY. APRfL 2tAsSltn ELEVEN n'pliwk A. 09 taeiremua. -wa will ..II nt rabllc sale tbat most vaidaM property Onjle Leacre street, just 0tfttille''th9 corporation, heinz the beautifal rkler.e nf tho Tr John M. WatfOs, divided dnto iwenty-nine lots. Tbedii swelling : will be sold with about four acres, twins a ffios desirable residence, free fronrtbe heat aad corporation taxes of tbe city. Also, at tbe same time we will sell Lot 17. Baleh and Whiteside's lan. lriar between Summer street and tbe Sulphur Sprines. divided Into BBtn.tsf D. jW.y will Hflnir? lb?.pratfrty tobesldinaciVeiitims,aad tba sals will be Without fesane to tbe bisbest bidder A rare opportunity U n mr offered ta Murmoatuei 0bl6prottrividioirila Jbo elrrjivet frefnm iU'burdeiis. Terms la" hand bill. Omnibus and collation free as unsal. ' DoLErXtiBlEyiS-'Ancaoaecri. - - marl2 3w 1 iOE CHILLS ATJT. PTTTTPT? lkmiiYii AGUE ffitt? eyer Fails Always to be Deeendp.! Tin-. Nothing-more reliable than l?uW fe. WnLmreAgttaanaFevcr.CfillUandfeTw in tCTittent Fover, DambArue KTn"'in IlURLBY.RUDDDLBiCo!. Proprietors, Louisville, Ky " - - Hurley's Stomach' Bitters. For DcbUlty, Loss of Appetite, Weakness. ImU KE? oj-pPSia. want of action on the Liver. Disordered Stomach, there are no bluen that compare with-theso ia removing thosedutrejir7g complaints, lor sale or can be had at anr Dru5 Store in the United State, or from thej.ruf tors, Louisville, hy corner Seventh and Green streets, to whom all orders should be addressed. Hurley's Sorsapnrilln. Tha great Blood Purifier, as a Spring and Sum mer Medicine stands unrivaled, removes all im purities irour the blood, and gives health and strengtbito the system. it. ? HURLEY, RUDDLE Jfc CO., Proprietors Hurley's Poprihur Worm Candy." As this is really a Specific for Worms, and tha best and most pabv e form to give to children it Is not surprising: at it is fast taking tba place of all other preparation for worms It being tajto! less, any child will take it. - - - . . Oriental Pearl Drops. For Beautifying l.ej Complexion, effectually re mores. Tan, Freckles, Blotches, and giving the skin an elegant smoothness not easily attained by any other. Its use;uaong the laaies of fashion ia the East, gives it a character for efficacy which at once stamps it al infinitely superior for the toilet of a lady. Tali t Ink I Ink t Soaton's Chemical Writing Fluid isbocoming world-renowned for its superior quality. Having been introduced only about six years, it has be come the principal in use with those who want a fine, free flowing ink. ssd for its permanency it U decidedly the best ink. for records that can be used. For counting bouses, banks or schools, it is uneqalled, and neiA only to be tried to be ap proved. For sale by Druggists and Merchant! everywhere. HURLEY. RUDDLE C0 Proprietors, Comer Seventh and Green streets. Louisville, Kentucky Forsala by Berry, Demoville & Wharton: J. K Harwell: Litierer k Cablen Pnlliam & McCu lough; Blood k Gregory. Nashville: and byi Druggist. j Jnneia lydAw FA IB BANKS' STANDARD OP ALL KINDS, Cotton Beams and Frames, Cotton,Hay andBag Presses, Warehouse Trucks, Baggage BaiOOT, ' COPYING PRESSES, Sc. : ... , FAIRBANKS, MORSE ,& .CO. 1 i. 125 Walnut street, . CINCINNATI apl ly 1 N-S FRAN 0"E. ' O fjff , . THE,4TEOTJES M a r i n e m& &r- e 1NSURANCE COMPANT, - i-Wl Under the new charter, is now open iofbu AT NO. 31 .NORTH. COLLEGE, , STIIK ' Next door to"Tmr of UoV WeatT"! ,J- JOSEPH W.' ALLEN, Prestdent. A. Vs. BUTI.ER. Secrelnry DIRECTORS. ' OK John M. Hill. Watson MCookV' C. A. H..Thompion, D. Weaver, Daniel F. Carter, John Bl'Johnson,' Samuel Vanleer. John WVTerrais. . R. B. Cheatham. A.G.Adams,"' 'Josepn W. A Hon.! B .-.Ms deel ly . t : ' ' " ..W. LEWIS. D. X. COSIWOOBB', r.b.TKT, ofArkansas. Kentucky. Kentueky Lewis, Comingoro & ljest, COTTON FACTORS AND GENERAL : Commission merchants, NO 31 PERDIDO STREET; 't M (FACTORS' r6w,)" " 11 NEW ORIGANS And No. 3 WestThirilstreet, oct3-12m CINCINNATI t ; ; ui. J. LUMSDEN :pOit. U1SCFACTURIRS A1C0 DIALERS IX HIDES, OILS, LEATHER, Findings,. Curriers' Tools, No. 9 ZSOUTn MARKET STREET. No. 9 NASHVILLE, TENNI3SKIV juiyu-u 0HANCEET SMiES i-OR Saturday, April 6, 1867. Ellen Deslia ya. Thomas Rusfloll eUa&. TN PURSUANCE OF IffiuREE. OF JXHE J. Chancery Court at Naibvrne. ia absro named cause, 1 will ceil, at t le Ceurtheafe at riaanville, at lis o'clock oo Saturday, April , I9G7, A tract of land containing seventy-fire, aered, on the waters of Indian and Mifl Creekj, In tbe alxtbreivll district of Devtdson eeunty, mfjAIn ing tba lands of Robt Marfield, Jshn Briley. Tabitba Bond, Newt'.n Briley ami ethers. See particular description in Book No. X. page BT, of tbe Registers office, Te&vs: Six mouth.' credit. Note required with two approved leenritlM, and alien retained. Sale free from redemption. . ' MORTON B. HOWKLL. maris td Clerk and Master. R. C. Crawford vs. J. II. Pelton. TN PWRSUANCE OF DB0REB OF.THK X Chancery Coart at Nosbvule in above nomwl cause, I wilt sell at tha Geurtheeae at Nafa yiils, at lSVelock on Saturday, April O, I07, I thirty feet of tbe southern ride of let N. it la tbe ''Barrow's Grova" loU, fronting en tbaiweet side of Cherry street, between,, Elm and i Ash streets, ami running back it leet to an aJley. 1 ExifS uun. Sals rurieaLto redemptBn. MORTON B. HOWELL.- roarlfi td Clerk and MSker. E!ha J. "Wetraore vs. Moes W. Wetmore et al. i , -1 IN" PURSUANCE OF DEORBB OF. TJIE Chancery Court at NohvfBet in named cause. II will sell at tbo Cearthoose at NashviUe,At llo'eleck. orj ( t Saturday, April C, 1887; Three vacant lots ia Knina's. addftian tjuNajh rnle, beirw Nes. 116. JtH ami 197, tbe firmer fronting 32 feet and the latter M feel eaeb, -n netraere street, between. Kwrng av.swe mtu Stevenson street, oaS all of mm lots raaBiag PA4K, 130 leet te an alley. . . TBi- In-lhirci eb. and bslanee' on a reditof six and tweivoMiiestbs. with iatsveac from date. Note reaatred with wpw sea ritr. and a lien retained. Sale frs Cfm .re demption M0RTOWB.UOWSHIL 0N.J0IIN80fets. Barnes L, Oreer vs. Araelk Joh&iml other. '' TN PDBSUASCE r'f, DBCREB8 OF' TllE I Cbaaeery Court in tMs . I wH! sell at tbe CrartMasIat NaibvlBvat JSoWaekjea Saturday. April O, 1M7, U Two tract of land, about fourteep-mUeafcgai 4hvmeT on h Harding and 0efHl i'ikes.oa tbe waters of Bl Uarpeth aadiTraa fl,Oae' tract esntaiolair thirty three oWeifall etdtred and goad arab) Usd. Ipraita h TDe"otb'er irt o.nUiltfBg tbwtlaJVe., oil timbered TaeMrtb lands of Mrs. TaUtlSct 9r, and lhy r nawaUr partlirfwcaMEbev helra. r-seeurity rwa&edrfaadijtnrretk.iiiSiJoji-e marl8 td - T-,Gierkoi mm.