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Tan ) of solid n
il iaakeine saUara.
Yearly aaVwtiteri Will
entitled to A dtft-
of I JtK
Krarr ri&VVlar fe. e. L awTettiwe-HAHU wilt
4Ur Ufty fa. i
1m caMnwul two-thirds of hbove ro4.
Aaruteaent incerted in the Tii- Weekly will
1m etauwod one dollar trtfr Mmtaeeriien,
aad My cmtf wteh additional iasertiua.
In tli Weekly, one dollar attuarf fr ousli
fntwtiofi.
8tMriitl r City Item Notice, twenty cent a
Him, firnt, ami ten ch a Hue every additional
Chath aJerliUMU will be charged at
tbe rate of m.f teak a sfttire.T
AH adewtiaenmiiUi are Clue from tlate of first
insuttian. Hpreaftar tint cash system' will be
dWl Ul awl nu tr&sieat.dyertH etuents will
be tnl' iinfflt iinwiMfyinnrf Ihf Manef.
Onion arDlipateli.
WHHe.Twm...TiB
A 9f nrylnntl 3111k lalrjI'nrin
Under tlii heading, a corrajo!wIent of
tins Ottwfc-y Gentleman given an interesting
ileaeri titan of the extwrnve farm and c tables
of Mr, lima Wine us, of Baltimore, from
which we extract the following, which rnny
he MKetive of good to eHlerprking far
mere in this State, wko are oognizant of the
advantage iKxweweil here for grazing and
keeping oattlein the beat condition powiblc
fw dairy iiurpouM. The writer mym
At the time the war came on in 18G1,
amuUl the ineortainty and excitement that
wuvalled. theptirclraeor land seemed to be
about the only mode of investment in order
t etire' what wan tangible aim nulwtantial
!h exchanee for the money mveitea, JMr
Winans acertainel that prujwrty could he
had alone the rlapsoo river, MXHoaging
the double advantage of railway ami water
ttMMRiHiiisaUon with the city, at a distance
wfonlr five or six itiilot, and though much
iwiKveriahed, naturally nf good quality,
ami 1h Mifaee excellently adapted for the
h f machinery beautifully undulating
throughout, and affording drainajre even
where noare4 a level. He obtained one or
mere farmo, to which various additions
have since been made, HiHil the total area
now in his poaMio there i not far short
of evenhundrHl acrea. The ayatem at
prwont adoptod ha been the gradual out
growth Yrom four or five years of constant
cxrttrlmmit.
In earlr life Mr. Winan was himiHtlf
a farmer, and from experience then, as well
as re&ftoning, he had full confidence In the
itower of liberal manuring to compel the
land to give up iU stores of plant-food at
Man's bidding. There wan a double dtt
to ba aocompliehed the production of a
better mkI which would make a crop of hay
wrth the witting, and the destruction of
the "weeds with whicli tli land is ovarrun.
to4li these tnds were to be brouglit about,
) thought, by audi a liberal application
manure, aoBWnplni)dbMrMllfntted-
ing, tlmt thb around wtiilfTyiaW it utmost
pradtiet of valuable herlmgc.
T do thix," the writer says, "Mr.
Wiftansexnendedlareelvin m.-.nure. plaster.
lime ami ailiw, until lie had expendetl more
than tb original price of the land, which
wap. on an average. $75 per acre. He then
jveroei ved the iniortar.ce of making a heavy
stoak of manure besides. Witfin. therefore,
the project of keeping a milk dairy on a
large scale came up, K was embraced as
the bait means offering, and as a temporary
expedient in bringing the land up as a hay
farm, which was believed to be the liest
imrpose to which it could ultimately be
devotodrinvolvingthc least personal super-
visiofl in mimr yt-nii', ami iiibuiiii n
iwnnM return lor the outlay required.
AilU J imy My here tltet thte norttoee ha
been subserved : and through, as we shall
, in itself a satisfectory undertaking.
Mr. inaiw has now passed the limits of
three sere smn ten. and mUim)!
desirf atvWStjr miself and ltbfld, .
the MertHlemi m labor itfroltwfl Jq
the ttroper management and sale of 400 to
. . i -1 1 . i i .
'J2 (Miions oi nin; in uie varwns imu
demendetl by customers. And as he pro
eses eoofl to go abroad for some tune,
and, just now, beef is relatively higher than
milk, he is gradually working oil ins stocK,
and it is thus the more desirable that the
experiment he had carried out should be
plaeed on record fur tho benefit ofothens."
The writer then goes on to say that Mr.
Winans dieses of his milk to retail
dealers, tn states that he has never sold
it at less than thirty outits per gallon while
some other dealers manage to produce it
at tuuutyifive cents, and furnish on the
Allwif table of sales of milk by Mr.
AVliMHsfor one year to May 1st, ISffT :
Im-. 1HSS-
tW 4A
KovcHtlfer, 'tJ..M,17S 45
l)WMtibr
.uurr, 1S67 ...H.s5 i
FVrmnr .J, W
March S,$::tt
April -1,708 W
.1 HHO."--VSb ttt
.1 wly.. JAW W
AuetwU tMl m
8amUr XltH 75
(wall r m
.4
'lsisl mil uf milk fwr t waive mesths
AilyeonwKwiMtJwWssfarmnie trtd.
S37,eW71
..1USJ6 0
l'imWMtfMniri kifm.Mm time--, M
W.41H IS
It is nly since the first of May, (and
therefore net iuoluding in the foregoing
steement,) thnt Mr. i nans has begun to
r41 lite ttecV, and the sales given only
ieotade tltesuiplimof the year. Moreover,
although ho count or inventory was taken
at the two dslee referred to, it is estimated
Utet the number of cattle on hand wa4 1
or HI greater May 1st, 1867, than May 1st,
1S46. Their value is to be added to the
shove also that of 100 tons hay
Mtld at $318 per ton. l$3800,) and about SW
tons estimateil now on hand so that it i
oaey te see that the aggregate produttsa of
t hey cr may be saieiy put uown at teu.wu. )
The oast f feed, mainly bran er short and
Indian corn, and that of labor on thefanu
ami !h the stables and dairy, are of course
to be deducted. If we add the value of
the manure pwxhwed, and charge it otvc
to thenost price eftlie farm, it will some
what iucrcase tin latter, awl so mwh
eularge the year'. lrot, IiHleei the
proseMt value "of the TOO arres max lie
feUly mtl at $200 ier acre, ami this is
jttet about what has been iavested-ay
55,fib0 in the cost of land, $67,000 in ma
nuros and fwtMiiers, jmrcliesed and pro
duced, Inoluding transportation and labor,
$3,009 in buUdiugs, and $8000 in ftneiug.
These are round numbers, but will serve
the purpose of illustrating the scale on
which the operation has bees conducted.
On vMHUng the two farms, we found thetu
in rellest condition. The standing grass
crop, tji ouch backward (uiowiugltepw May
aiklR ISfO,) bids Mr to exrted that of
ls4j.r&JuLtP ast jmMSf, Jom
oSfWrhatllried firtufim imnimtf
atlft tons osdk, bog an arenjm-
ayfawu enrwtmthe largeetiliay erp
I remember to have seen on 'reeord out by
individual in a single year I The eetima
tioReaH bctestetlin this way: SOO head
of oaWe and 30 horses were fed on hay all
Ue year round, and 320 tons were sold or
left rer-whick would account for on
average eomuutptieti of Jess than 23 lbs.
hajr per bead per da. Now, as to the sur
ikee on which this crop was grown : th e
two ferns together have about 7C0 acres, of
whisk there ie one eeosidei-abk patohlfct
Is still wet tnd not in order, leaving, with
other deduction, less than 700 acres to
msovt--iHyiwb- not over W0 so UiaUhe
cMp, wile lowest figures, was over tw$ud
a half kHts to tb aore. bo muok fur Ubal
MajuJlB' '
Thifflaerfr three rsor bams ace to be
pat m&fl,U )tQd that the crfVftl
bft neRtJy r qulta 4m ImmmiuI ttm.
The stables are in the city, and eofttoiB-
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f.T.lXt, (V. 127 14?
7(Klit! 166
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4aHsr220oewa. The number ofveows
SituaHy,inilked bus varicd.from ISO to 'JflO
rer iwo years jkijk, wmie nearly luy more,
are kept at the farm to draw.upon dk bir-
cumstances rorjnire. The everage yield of
milk ixr row ner dnr. when tested, has
t)ecn alwut two and one-tenth gallons, but
no record hss been kept showing me
average number of days in the year whicli
each cow has been milked. It may bo
computed from the acts that are satisfac
torily ascertained, however, to Tjq very
nearlv 313 days; and, upon this basis we
shall make an average yearly yield of
2637 quarts per cow, which, for an. estab
lishment efsueh an extent, I need-not say
M exceedingly large.
Mix cows averacbu a fraction over 12
quarts each per day for periods varying
from ateut live months to a full year. .
AH XtrVWinan'a fanninir. the construction
of his buildings and the selection of his
cattle, have been done with a purely prac
tical aim; nothing is anywhere spent Tor
ornament or effect, but everything for util
ity, and the design has been to adapt one
thing to another so as to yield the best re
turn from a given source. As to his stables,
,1 have neverseen cows apparently in better
health and condition, and more thoroughly
at their ease, even In our best nerds of
breeding cattle j asto Iris farm, I do ntt recal 1
a case in which I have found an equal area
more frea fre-m weeds, oryielding'a heavier.
product. j
But this letter cannot be closed without '
brief reference to another branch of rural'
ocenomy what may be accomplished to de
velop the beautiful "m nature and the lean
urea of a country life A wide contrastiwfth"
the farming lands of Mr. Win ana Srt, m
presented by the residences .pf iis son,
Mr. Thoma Win&ns one Of them Sccupy-
g nearly a lull squaremthe city, ana indu
ing beside an extensive mansion ana.
unds tastcfuly laid out and planted, a
vary capacious range of houses devoted to
tropical plants, grapes, eta, while the other
is reached by a drive along the course of
a charming stream for two or three miles
out of town, and comprises all that wealth
can give to render such a residence
attractive. The two places are named with,
reference to the owner's experience abroad,
tle former "Alexandroffiky' and the lat-'
ter "Crimea," and though it is nparly six
years since he left tllenftor the father pros
ecution of business a flairs in us3ia; they
are both kept as they wereleft, and in readi
ness for his return. I may add that the three
sons of Mr. Bosfc "Wfnans are all abroad,
having the entire management and control
of the railroad from St. Petersburg to Mos
cow, a distance of some four hundred miles
a privilege obtained, as I understand, by
special concession from the Russian gov
ernment. Among othor drives in the vicinity of
Baltimore, beside that upon the Franklin
road leading to the "C rimea," the place
of Hon Iteverdy Johnson, and other highly
improved andcoinmandiugsites of course
we have visited "Druid, Bill Park" and
Green Mount Cemetery, and taken our air-,
ing on the York road and Charles street
avenue. The park includes the estate of the
late Lloyd Itoeers, in itself live hundred
acres, with some considerable additions, and.
is Bot only very conveniently located from
proximity to the city, Cut naturally adapted
to its present purpose, by variety of surface
and the pleasant shade !f its many groves
and trees.
SELLING OUT.
THE ENTIRE 9T00K OF,-
FURNITURE,
IIome-Fuvnisliiny Goods, Etc.,
(if PRBD. PHILLIPS, N'o 27 Xorlli arnr
Hot street, will be sold cheap fsr cash to clMo
IsifftSS,
maj-29tf C. KIRCIIER, Trustee.
A Steam 8m Mill
' . (, i . - .
- AM)'- -
ANRW AKD VALUABLE STEAJt SAW
Mill aal Tannsrr, and the Lots upon
which tbey are situated, containing about five
(5) seres, in tbe town ef Normandy, on the Nash
ville awl Chattanooga Railroad. We will offer
the aWre Mill property for sale, all of it being
new h in ptxxl oendition, on the premises, on
Jtiomla', tlic irstlidny of July, on a credit
of one and two years, retaining a lien to secure
tbe payment of tho purchase money.
This frfise property, in ft beautiful, healthful
, and fruitful country, and is admirably adapted
to inanufWrtaring interests. We call speeial
attention to tall sale as an opportunity for a
flne inrertment.
jawsa 3w PAItK, ECT.IOTT A CO.
UATJSS OF BOIBI)
AT
EOOKBRIDGE ALUM SPEINGS,
VIRGINIA.
TN DEFERENCE TO THE FINANCIAL EM
i. barrattfnenU of tho South, we hare reduced
our rates for this neuron as follows
Bonrtl' per l)ny.. - S3 00
Bonrtl per Moiitb, (30 days,) 6?3 00
Tho place shall be better kept than it has ever
bean Itefore. ami the Mineral Waters have ah
Biiequalled rupuintUm.
FltAZimi A lt.V.VlMH.PI.T,
juno271w Proprletars.
WAGONS!
1
OFFER FOR SALE THE LARGEST NUM-
ber and fullest assortment ot AUON.S m
the ettr. at nrree nj set forth below.
FOUR MULE ARMY WAGONS, ieleeted and
repaired, aempletc. with double-trees, single
trees, stretchers, bows and feed box oo.
FOUR MULE Lumber or Plantatten WAG
ONS, seleotetl and repaired, eomfileta, with
roekk bolster, double-trees, single-trees, bows
and fWt box inn ou. -
POUR MULE ARMY WAGONS. in,the same
rnailioa as purchased uf the Gsveinment
$S5 on.
LOG WAGONS, lor mules or exefl-S OO
to Jos OO.
TWO HOUSE WAGONS. uew-100I25.
TWO HORSE WAGONS, wcomi had-on
WHO.
TWO HORSE AMBITLANCES-S.1000.
PnHlMd DurAhiuinip hnrft ttiA nrlrilAirA nf a.
tectlog the several parts of Wagons from the
iiamenw sUwk on hand, and having them put
together under their own direction, protided
tbosJIiIrsaUystHp do not suit them.
All tire and bands are re-set, worn boxes re
plaeed with new. No worn axles are usel.
Sixty days city acceptances will We reacivad
as eaiU. S. II. STEVENS,
S.ll Njrnci fit rev t,
On the Mas stf the Ohureh and "prooe Street
Kailroad. Nashville, Teao.
jitoeSt lBMi-tmw
COMMISSIONERS SALE
IS
'OKXKUSVITXE, OIIiES CO.
TENNESSEE.
1VT VIRTU EOF A DECREE OF TUB QIR
) tlt Court of tbe Uaited States for tHoXnd
dlejHstnct ot Tmhss. in the esmse X Wrir
A fnlHlasd et al. vs. Trabae k Lvews, I wffl,
on the
Trvetity-ttilril Hay of .inly, 1SC7,
At 11 itVteek a. & the nremisss. extras 14
sale to th highest bidder, the foils whig de
scribed rest sstau. Mossing to lbs Ute firm Of
rrabiie Jr Laeus. A Lst of Lasd in lnaWiirn ef
Corners Tifle, Giles ooaaty. TsanessM, en tho
east side of Main street, beginning at a state at
w PonwiTew ninw u iuo ih u wo using w a.
Ki. raanisc Asses soutwardly with said Mtrln
strevt twatr-Rve foot to a stake; tboneo osst
HI feet to a stake: thence north twenty
.old without redemption. PosMtaa SlT'en on
E,R. CAMrmL,Osfk.
istesg td ,
nr.ES, t isTUKv, fissukes, stkic-
TWBBS, TUSIOBS, rOlVTMIS,
OKEDS, DX.OERS, ETC.
(jtce!nl Attention GIvcu to Diseases
or .Fenxnics.
tvr. j. a. a.onN. of n;
BVILLE.
XJ &
Xlfl raiv bis MnoulUsl IB ULAKKHl II
eim., the first tiXUsYs in JuUjfcXwIii
Ky. from tbe 7th to tbe Wth fim- J
neyvTwt a pafiont nor bud' an Soefler
Te.
est to
nanpen '
. Refen tA aorelluiD two the assail rcectble
eitiMMsf tho StrSTBItti Stal. wSt btti';bei
pn own rcnevso.
jar.eSBSt
fire foot U a stako: taonee witb the Use of saul
A, Rufl 'sllot 111 ftet to the beginning,
TRllMS Oae-feurth csb m day f Mls,IaAl
anco on -tx. twelve and etc htesn mosUai flees.
. unf :n i iff;
(Tennessee Penitentiary.)
WE ABE, NOW PBEPATtED TO FUR
nish to' tho Trade, .nti nnnsnnlly 'loir
figures, .
( . I . ; J t-.X,
i
W(ieat and Grain Threshers,
i
LEVER POWERS,
Of our own manufacture, warranted equal to
any made'Northljf ShntK We-'alsb manufac
ture ot THE VERYjBEST MATERIAL,, .
PLOWS,
vi Ai
i
cuivrivA'rosw;.-
,0 STK Aw' C PTTEKSi' elc.V
. . i . . .
L; i ... r .!-rk i
- and'all kitrthflf;-- ' '
I-
mMk.! U.t:C . .Ik
cebIS ware,
which we ofTor toCASH BUYERS at lower
rates than ever before sold in this market. .
Also on hand, fifty ton; of
ASSORTED. HOLLO ir-j$&KE
- -.5 . r
Of very superior juality, at prices defying com
petition. We will make 'it to the' interesttf
purchxscrs to call ofl u before purehainir else
where. We, warrant all our work, and guaran
tee satisfaction in every instance.
IHTATT, BUIOGS AVAKI).!!
une 11-lm Tb
ICE
H.
V . BAS&ETT,
NO.
L
4!)
CEAKt STREET.
TAKES PLEASURE IN ANNOUNCING TO
, Ladies and Gentlemen that he will open his
Ipe Cream tSaloon on THJS'nAY.
and will keep the purest article during the sea
son Ho is also prepared to serve customers,
with EATABLES cooked in the very bt
jle. juneSlm '
5,000,000 Pressed Briclc,
ado by CHAMBERS, BR0. & CO.'S PAT
ENT BRICK MACHINE, at the
NASHVILLE
STEAM BBfiCK IRKS.
rnHESE BRICK ARE SUPERIQRTO THOSE
JL' made by any other process for any purpolo
fSr whirh brick nro used. They will withstand
double tho pressure of hand-made brick with
out crushing, and tho mortar will ndhero more
firmly lb them; they are less pervious to mois
ture, and therefore vastly superior wherei
strength or durability are required.
For Pavements and Cisterns they cannot be
xcelled.
Philadelphia, Oetober25, 1S63.
This is to certify that we have used many
thousands of Chambers, Bro. Sc Co.'s Machine
Brick, and wo, as builders, prefer them to all
others, as they are more durable, will cut in any
desired direction, and the mortar adheres moro
ffrmly to them: Cbris. Binder, Sixth, above.
Jottereon; u. a. ifiten, .Bricklayer and iSuimer,
Seventh, above Oxford; A. D. Caldwell, old
Builder. 421 Walnut street.
In building tho railroad bridge over the
Schuylkill river, 2.200.000 brick were used: Cam
den Woolen Mills, 2,000.000 brick; Sewers of
Oamdcn. wju.UUO brick ; City Pavements, 200.000
brick; New Jail, Washington, D. C, 400,000
brick; Collins Iron Company's Works, Mar
quette, Lako Superior, 100,000 brjek.
All of the above and many millions more used
in prominent public and private improvements
were made by Chambers, Bro. i Co.'s Patent
Brick Machine.
' Wo take pleasure in referring to the following
named gentlemen in this city, who havo used
jar briek, and join in the foregoing testimo
nials : A. G. Sanfcrd, President of tho First Na
tional Bank: Josso Warren, Carpenter and
Baildor; W. II. Northern, Carpenter and Build
er; Leonard & MoKeon. Bricklayers; Col. J. B.
VauDyne. Gen. Supt. N. & B. R. R.; II. G.
Seovef, Real Estate Agent,
i We are also making tho world-renowned
't Philadelphia Fronts," which for front and
hearth brick cannot bcoxcelled. Brick shipped
at low-rates to any point on river or railroads.
Pavements laid at most reasonable rntes, and
fill work warranted. For further information.
Or orders, address
MASON, ADAMS & CO.. Agents.
; Nashville Steam Brick Works,
P. O. Dox 491, Nashville. Tenn.,
' Or BMply at Brick Yard near Race Track.
. may3 3m
Administrator Stile.
WILL PROCEED TO SELL TO THE HIGH
est bidder, for cash, at public auction, on
rmiAY,;.iiiaE2ist, isg-,
bt the late residence of Mury J. May, dee'd, on
the corner of McLemore and Line streets. Nash
ville, Twin., all tho personal property of which
the said Mary J. May died possessed, consisting
pf nine carpets, nine wardrobes, nine bedsteads,
ulna spring mattresses, nine- washstand. nine
marble-top bureaus, one fine mirror, one line
piano, two centro-tablos. chairs, tables, safe,
iitohen furniture, and various other articles.
A. D. CREIGIITON, Adm'r.
iunel2 tds.
MOR"E NEW
AT
G, B. ABBOTT'S,
39 North College Street.
fN13 AVteTYtL.T2S OP
I : -Frock and Saok Coats, .
B&EGAXT BUSINESS SUITS.
Buck
Linen
AND
Coats,
V"E S T S.
'PANTS
Baatifal White and Fancy
MARSAULLE9 TESTS.
The best mode aad best f ttihe, at very low prices
Gentl emeu's . JKnilei'Wcar,
GLOVES,
IZAX.F HOSE, rrc
A lorso jtook of Cloths, Casimcrot nd Vest
incs, floe Duck Linens of rtrBaS Wlors. All of
whleli will bo made to order in the best manner
and
lTAititAjiTcn to nr.
jHB4
TO STTOCItHOLDERS.
OrmK or Nashviixk Decatox R. R. Co., I
Nashttllb. MayJ30. 167.
NOTICE IS HEREBY" GIfENTHAT THE
Nashville and Decatur Railroad Companr
r nrenarwl to issue CERTIFICATES OF
TOCKta the Stockbelders of the Trnnosseef
ana Aiaosnui luuiroau, iaa kcauu ouuiuciu
Kailrosd. and tho Tcnncttse add jUabacja Cn
tral .Railroad, whenever their CembcRttf ot
Clot mil ff
Stocclnsaia trapsnics nre mmnatnn, miue
ofico of tbo M .hnllo.
tssySMIrfl IBPW
EMERSON BROS.,
t ! ... irr
1ICES.N i,
practical 'Plum bers
GAS .IA&D STEA31
FITTERS,"
. 4i.,- - ,
(Old Nj. U)) opposite C61on1iade Buildiagr,
,WASHVIJr.I,l.:...'.....'... .TESTN.
llVt
&liH --IV
AHiui'iinu.cu A 11
E: ARES PRBPARBD TO-DO WORK IN
our-, line, in a., jiroppt and tirat-clasa
ft : ,
PJLUMBEKS' JSIATEKIAIi
t
On hand and for sale.
SIIEKT I.KA1),
J I.EA1 PIFE,
5 1 j PlO X.EAB,
" I . t. . FORCE VV31VH,..,,
i . i ... CISTERN'.; .KEJIP.S,
'DEEP' WEia?rPIJMPS?
, -: !-J A'mPUMPS,
- j ' ' " AKTESIAX PII3IPS;'
BATIlS.' AVAHBAND3; . .
" 1 BLfJCK-TIN and HYDRANTS',
BEEK G0CKS. ' "
SHAMEOONING COCKS. t
' i j$ASLN COCKS.- HOSE,
, . -,HQ,rWATER BOILERS.,.
NiJZZLES. COPPLINJIS. ETC-
i G A.. FITTING.
Public and Private Buildings. Store Houses
etc., fitted up in the most improved style, and
oil reasonable terms. Chandeliers, Hall Ltghti,
Pillar Lights. Drop Lights. Portables-Stands
with Hose;-. Pendants, Brackets; Glass' GlobeJ,
Smoke Eells;,Patent and Plain Shades, Cigar
Linuters, etc. A 4 . . Hr
For Gas, Water and Stiauif frflm an eighth inch
up to two inches.
1, c
FUthigsfor
Above.
Tees, Elbows,' CrosiO- Plugs, Bushings." He-
1 w,"
ducerS, Loct mits, llbOks" Keturn
Bends'
Unlo'nSitete;
i
STEAM. EIT.UiIJVTG.
Steamboat, Factory. nbtel 'RnI,,Stiltrenary
Engine work done. Steam Gauges, steam
Whistles, Steam Traps, Globe Valves, all sites ;
UDBge uocks, uu
U)ck3, et&t etc
feb21-3m
Cupsr'A'fe Cocks, 'Cylinder
New York anil Bremen
STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
; Fiest-Class U. S. Mail Steamships '
Atlantic,
Western Metropolis,
Battle,
Fourth Slenmer,
FOR SOUTH' HAMPTON AND HREUEX,
taking passengers to Southampton. London.
Havre and Bremen at the following- rates,
payable m,goia, or it3 equivalent in currency
FIRST CABIN. $110. SECOND CABIN, 805.
STEERAGE, $35.
From Bremen, Southampton, Havre, fo .Now
or:
FIRST CABIN, $110. SECOND CABIN, $73.
J STEERAGE, 81-5.
4
Excursion Tickets' out and Home :
First CnMn, 8210. Second Cabin, $130.
Stccrnsc, $70.
SAILING DAYS FROM NEW YORK AND BREMEN :
May 4 and 13 June 1. 15 and 21) July 13 and 27.
Auj. 10 and 21 -Sept. 7 and 21 Oct. 5 and 19.
For freight or passage npplv to
W. W. TOTTEX,
Agent for Nashville.
ISAAC TAYLOR. President,
may! tf 40 Broadway, Now York.
jHirtmau's Safety Bridle and Lines.
Tnis most noel in
vention pro cuts ail n
details by horses. With
It, the running away, or
lUckm? of a hore-. is
dttcri ipjposs'bl"..
0R GENERAL DRIVING, OR for'run
7 AWAY AND KICKING HORSES. With
thUt improvement, a woman can control a spir
ited horse with more eosoand absoluto certain
ty than the strongest man can with a common
bridle. Everybody is most cordially invited to
give us a call. The satisfaction of seeing this
invention trill omplypayyou for your trouble.
The Bridle may be seen at Room No. 11 Colon
nade Building, on -Cbeiry- street, Nashville,
Tenn; For further particulars, address
JOHN M. HIGGS,
( apr21 tf Nashville. Tenn.
CHANCERY SALE
OF '
Maury Comity Lands-.
BY VIRTUE OFAiDECREEiOF THE HON:
Chancery Courtat Columbia, at thebeptem"
IwrTonn thcrpnf 1UVT In thfiWoflB nf CI AlborDiifc
Thompson vs. Miles II.-Mayes, I will sell to the
nigncsl bidder, on tne premises, ou
HnUlrdiiyftlio "27tUily of ,Js".iti
'A vnlnnbln Trstft hf T.nn.l situated in the 17th
Civil District of. Maury county, on tbe waters of
.Leeper a creek, adjoining tlio lands op Josuua
llarbbon. Daniel Kvins and others, being tho
same conveyed by it. spencer hi me saia
.Miles II. Alaye", containing about acres,
about one-half of which' is cleared and in a good
tutu nf miltiration. And the same will bo di
vided to suit purchasers and fold on a crcdit'Df
i , . . ...:.. f.m .1.1. f.
UUO Htm Inu jvuis, nuu .uiuicai. iitiuiu.ii., iibv
from the right of redemption, the purchaser1
required to execute notes wnn opproveu secu
rity, and a lien retained fur the purchase money.
I I. U'iri tAMQ n .nrl f
June 26, 18C7 td
UNION BANK NOTES.'
TN ACCORDANCE WITH AN ACT OF THE
X Legislature of Tennessee, passed December
12th. IS&L entitled an act "To expedito the dis
tribution of the effects of Banks, which havo or.
may make assignments among their creditors,
-notice is he-cbv given to tho holders of the aotes
ocThie Ujtiov Bask op Texnebsek to file them
with the undfrsignod, at the Bank in Nashville,
between now and the 1st day of January, eigh
teen hundred and rfxty-nine, (ISffiU and receive
Miifi.AiM lha..fa. ihv trill ha fftrflrup
barred from any participation In the assets of
.theiiank. The eertibcatea will be received ax
riB in payment lor debts aaetoa uanic, wnein
er tendered before or after tha Jtst, nf, Jang
aty. m JOS. W. AILEK.Trtiteer
Dec. 20. I806. 21 -m
A Good Business Education
YSTHE PKLJ FORTUNE PARENTS CLAN
J. TV. BOLBEAB'S
Commercial School,
Corner of Church and Vine Sts., Nashville,
nosmpby, AriihJnctltVetci arc thoroagb1
Iy taught.
Writing. TJytBirtyTears tndy and cxpe
rianse. .the seven Dolbcar Brothers have re
daeoaJScnmanrilp toancxtctKcIie, so
that pupils are not left to mere Imitation of
copIe,and have invented a svstcm of Iiaml
trnlnln that removes ail fttiuttcs, cranip
Incoad trembling; anil changes the most un-
tithtly hand -into iicntness, ne attt -eleS
DOI.GEAKN Commercial InaJttn-
(Ions are the oldest in Arasriea.
No. GOD Brontiwo-, Sew Tork, estab
lished Ig33.
Corner Camp nd Common streets,
Xotx Orleans, entafalistiea
No. S03 Dlnin otrect. Mcinotiia. .
Corner or Chnrrli nml Vine streets.
tj .t 1 1
' it (GKAYIL BOOFISG. ...
A RAVEL ROOFB PUT OS, 'REPAIRED
VJ and warranted not to kAk, CH ut NO. 95,
tf'HVES. n0U0HINBC0.
i
I r)
si. ..
Hartford, Comiecticutf
Assets, January
181,
i'T
Iucomeforj.car endlf.ffljQ 99 QQr5
And PolfclesssueciJ'-M IRQ
NashVilIeJkgencvL3.a Cpllege.
W. I. TAIiBOIT, P.P. PECII,
General Agent. . 3teslUcnt Ageut,
N. B. This Companvhasuniformly mado.SC
per cent larger Annual Dividends than any other
Life InsuranceCompany represented in this Stale
sep2-tt
THE SECOND
NATIONAL BAM, ,
OF NASHVILLE.
College Street? xiearilJiiion,
Designated DepositaryjanduIJinancial Agent
of the United States.
it is prepared, to 1' transact a regular Banking
busiess.'and'furnisb. .Exchange on ' " '
SNEW YORK4.' -t",-
I ' ., LOUISVILLE; AND
CINCINNATI
Government Securities, Gold and Silver.bought
andsoldon Commission.
1
JOHN LUMSDEN. President.
W. J. THOMAS. Cashier..
oot24-ly."
fourjh natio:nal bank,
NASHVII.IiEi i TEN N.,
J
i? DOINO A REGULAR
Banking and Exchange Business
fAnd willpay special attention to Collections.
' : ,
CAPITAL STACIi 300,00,0,
; DIRECTORS.
DAN'L HILLMAN, R. II. GARDNER,
0. F. NOEL.
JAS. WI1ITW0RTH,
BYRD DOUGLAS.
SAMJLWATKINS.
W. n. EVANS,
B.S. RHEA.
? A. HAMILTON.'
jas. raiTW0RTn; jonx foeterfielI),
President. Cashier.
june2 3m ;
PU R C H ASi H G -A6E:H CY-
f
EDWIN C. CLAEKE,
AG EXT 1ST XEW YORK FOR PUR
CHASING aiERCHAXlilSE AND
i MACHINERY OF AIX KINDS.
TTAVING A BUSINESS EXPERIENCE OF
JLJL UCttlJ DIA.CCU J Villi J III ilGII AiUUU Uii
extensive acquaintance with first-class Manufac
turers and Dealers in this city, in tne yanou3
branches of Trade apd Manufacture, I am now
prepared to bit orders lor a 1 Kinds of juerchan
dise. at the lowest market nrices.
Merchant,!. Mechanics and Families will find
it to their interest to favor mo with their orders.
Orders from all parts of the country respectfully
solicited, A reasonable commission charged.
Address EDWIN C. CLARKE.
103 Pearl street, or box 3572 New jiTork.
References. F. W. G. Bellows. Vico Vresi
dent Pacific Mail Steamship Co., New York;
Isaac Taylor, President New York and Bremen
Steamship Co., w. 1.; urocker. Wood x Uo.,
New 1 ork ; E. W. Rarstow & Sons, New 1 ork ;
Ruecr Bros..' Now York : Hon. A. M. ClaDD
Buffalo. N. Y. : A. B. James. Esn.. Npw Orleans:
Geo. James. Esq., Zanesville, Ohio: Woolworth
& Graham, New iork; Alurshall Johnson i Co.
JNew xorK.vienry Moore.iS uenung, jew xorK
apr21 3m
In Chancery at .Nashville.
State of Tennessee Office Clerk and Master,
inancery court at inasnvine, may the sin, iioi,
A. B. Shankland, complainant, vs. John C.
Bridges et als.. defendants.
TT APPEARING FROM AFFIDAVIT FILED
-in this cause that the residences of the de
fendants, the administrator of J. G. Ifasbrook,
deceased, whose name is unknown, Benjamin
carson. Jonn uarron, r.nzaDetn L'arson, wornet
Carson and Harriet S. Carson, aro unknown.
and that Marvilasbrook is a non-resident of
the State of Tennessee: it is tberetore ordered
that tbey enter tbeir appearance herein before
or wjthin tbe first three days of the next term of
said Court, to be new on tbe nrst .Monday in.
.November next; ISo. and dead, answer or
demur to complainant's bill, or the same will be
taken for confessed as to them and set for hear
ing ex parte, and that a copy of this order be
published for four consecutive weeks in the
riashville Union and Dispatch.
A copy-Attest : M. B. HOWE' L.
Clerk and Master.
D. F. Wilkin. Sol'r for compl't. june27 wit
Ic Chancery at Nashville.
State of Tennessee Office Clerk and Master,
Chancery Court at Nashville, April the 27th, 1857,
Joseph V. nuddleston, complainant, vs. C. il.
1,1. U. Ul C, UWSiUICIIUUIIU'l
TT APPEARTNO FRO.f AFVIOA VfrFILED
. I in this cause that the defendnnC. Lafayette
Beech, is a non-resident of the State of Ten
nessee: it is therefore ordered that he enter.his
appearance herein before or within tuefirst three
days of the next term of said Court, to beheld
... I. f I :.. Vnif.mlia. ..1 1 CAT it
UU ijiu urSL 1HUI1UUV ill 1 uiuu utAi, iwi, mm
i.le.id. hnxnar nr demur to comnlainanta' bill.
or the' same will be taken for confessed as to him
und set forbearing ex parte, and that a copy of
this order be published for four successive
weikaiintho Nashville Union and Dispatch.
A copy Attest: M. B. HOWELL,
Plorl- nml Mn.for
Ric.e 'Thompson, Sol'rs for compl't. je20wlt
In Chancery .at Nashville.
State of Tennesseee Office Clerk and Master,
Chancery, Court at Nashville, May the 11th. 1SC7..
Oscar Noel, complainant, vs. D. D. Dickey eC
als., delenaanr.4.
TT APPEARING FROM AFFIDAVIT FILED
J- in thin omiiB thnt the defendant. R. L. Bine-
ham, is a non-resident of the State of Tennessee:
it is therefore ordered that he -enter his appear
,nice herein before or within the first three days
01 me ncx& term ui saiu uuui, t up ucm uu
the first MOnday. in November next. 1867, and
plead, answer or demur to complainant's bill, or
the snnin will be taken for confessed as to htm
and set for bearing ox parte, and that a copy of
this order be publisned lor lonr consecutive
Weeks in the Nashville Union and Dispatch.
A copy Attest: M. B. -HOWELL,
Clerk and Master,
Guild. Smith & Guild, Sol'rs for compl'ts.
june27 wit
In Chancery at Nashville.
Stato of Tennessee Office Clerk and Master
Chancery Court at H asnville, Apnl the 30tb, JKtu.
John O'Neil et nxor, complainants, vs. William
Conner- eLils., delenaanu. . . n
TT APPEARING FROM AFFIDAVIT FILED
X in this Cause that the defendant, William
Conner, is d non-resident Of tbo Stato of Ten
nessee: it is therefore ordered that he enter his
appearance herein before or within tbo first three
days of the next term of said Court, ta bo held on.
thelstMouday in November oext.1867.and plead,
answer or demur to complainants' bill, or the
same will be taken for confessed as to. him and.
set for bearing ex parte, and that c copy of tbtf
oraer ne puDinnca tor lonrconjecuuveweeus in
the Nashville Union and Dispatch.
A wpy-Aftesf M. B. HOWELL,
Clerk and Master.
Abram L. Dcmoss. Sol'r fer compl'ts. juneK wlt
In Chancery at Nashville.
s Stat of Tennessee Office Clerk aria Master,
Chancery Court at Nashville, J one the 6th, 1847.
II. X. Wilkinson, complainant, vi, Blisha P
j Jrortetais., delendanti.
TffPPEARiNGFROM AFFIDAVIT FILED
Jinthis cauo that tho defendant. Elisba P.
TorU i non-resident of the State of Tennessee
it s,therefore ordered that ho enter his oppear
ance herein before or within the first three days
of tbe next term of said Court, to bo belli on
the first Monday in November next, 1867. and
plcadai:swer or demur to complainant's bill, or
tho samo wHl be taken for confessed 0 to him
and set for heading ex parte, and that a eop of
thU Order be Dublished for fonr eensecativo
weeks in the Naahyillo Unlen, and Dlsssteb.
A copy .Attest: ju. iu Jtyiv Kiiij.
Dcrk and Malftcr.
Abram L.Dcmoji, Sol'r for compl'f, JeS? wit
: In Chancery at Nashville.
Stata ot Tonncsnee Office Clerk swd Mater.
Chancery ConrtatNjuhvilic.May tha 13th, 1667-
Mi A. ParrishM: Cow complainants, vs. West,
, Gatbrie Jt Co.. defendants.
iTX APPEARING FROM AFFIDAVIT FILED
iliin this causa that defendants, Henry Vtt.
-2- Guthrie. A. J. West, rompoung firm of
West. Guiana s Co . are non-residccu or
the State of Tennessee it u therefore ordered
tb'attbey enter their appearance herein before or
within tbe first tbrteiiaraot tne n&xt term oisaM
C
b
gart, to be add on ue am aionaay m Siartar
cV next, 37, and plead, anwer or demnfi t
C003nlainaui oiii.orineimo-wui CTiaxen ior
&a LO LliCUJ UU Ml itlT nungu CI.
pirte.jtnd that a,wpy of,thfc pr4r b pobliAeti
for I8ar cf.ntctuTe weiu in the rfasbvril
nint and Diinaiehi" .
M J8. HOWELL.
Wilkin fc Vangcn, Sol'n for compl'li- je27 vlt
"TUP ANB-UP"..
Utf '! 3 i.itS )di"
'i
ti 'tvtii la 1 1 t-i .1
I I
4 i.
J(1I
(LIVERY AND
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a
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KOTKi
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1 . it t.
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my I ba f
if irl..' u t ,i
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Between Snmmernnil Cherry
nUIE-UNDERSIGNED WOULD MOST RE
1 sDectfullv call tha attention of the citiiens
of Nashville and public generally, to his fine
stock of BUGGIES. HORSES and CARRIAGES.-
which can be furnished at any hour, day or
nignt. ibe buggtes and carnages are ot
THE MOST MODERN STYME
and my horses cannot be excelled in speediand
style by any in the eity. Give the "UP. AND
UP"acalliandIwarrant to give satisfaction.
I would also call the, particular attention of the
.public to my lacilitles tor
Boarding Horses,
Having thoroughly repaired and made large
additions to my stables, fitting them'np so as to
secure the amplest room and comfort for the
tinr.a& Amhnil rinir nllmrar ami modern irnnrove-
merits. and secured tho services of tlio best
Hostlers in the country, and my stoblo- being
thoroughly ventilated, I feel confident of giving
GKNEKAI. SATJSFACrriOX
to 011 who may favor me with their patronage.
Hinrini? sat anart a DOTllon oi euis Aiammuiu
'Stable lor tbe accommodation ot
Nil '
ip'ANSIEXT CUSTOMERS,
I most respectfully solicit a share of their pat
ronage. t
Thankful for post favors. I most respectfully
solicit a continuance or tne same.
J. F. PESTECOSTj
jnnelS 3m Proprietor,
TO STONE MASONS.
QEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RE
O ceired hv me. at mv office in Fayctteville,
till the first Monilny In June next,
for building lot Fsyctteville. Lincoln county
Ttnmnun., n. F5TOVR JAIL HOUSE, two StOIieS
higb, to contain six cells below, iron doors,
tin: or other mctalic roof, sewersv eistern, air tur
tiiicb fAr wnrminc. etc.. according to plan and
specifications to be seen nt my otpce.
Also, a UlllCtt. liuuarj lor Jiuors resiueuuo,
' Payments will be made in cash as the work
progresses tho whole to be completed in twelve
montbs. iv. xaivujiaivjuu,
Chairman Board of Commissioners.
may 3 4w
Tlwtnw iwn DtspArnH rmblish four weeks daily,
and forward bill to .this pffice. FaytttmVe
Obterver.
POSTPONED.
Tho Plans and Specifications for the above
Jail and Dwelling Hou3e will be ready for in
" spection ON THE 15th OF JUNE, and bid3 for
the work will be received till the last Saturday
of Jane, nt ouromce on Cherry street.
LeMOINB & WILLIAMSON.
Architects, Nashville, Tenn.
may30 tiljune29
JAMES RTDBBIilE & .
41 Bullitt Street,
Manufacturers and Troprietors of
HURLEY'S
C&mpqund Syrup of Sarsaparilla,
HURLEY'S
it
HURLEY'S
AGUE TONIC.
r t
i
HURLEY'S
WORM CANDY.
Exti'nct .Tftmnicu Ginger.
Dr, Seabrook's Soothing Syrup.
HARTMAN'S
i Oriental Pearl Drops.
BETTISON'S
Engllisli
SEATON'S
Cheiuical IVrKiiif; Fluid.
npr5 ' .
In Chancery at Nashville.
State of Tennessee Office Clerk and Master,
C'bancery court otwasbviue, April tneatn. isb,
Horaco M. Durgin, complainant, .vs. Louisa F.
Durgin, defendant.
TT APPEARING FROM AFFIDAVIT FILED
X in this cause that defendant, Louisa F. Durgin,
is a non-resident of the State of Tennessee?
it is therefore ordered that shoenterherappear-
ance herein before or within tne nrst itreo days
of the next term nf said Court, to be held on the
first Monday in November next, 1S67, and plead,
answer or demur -to complainant's bill, or the
inine will be taken for confessed as to her apd
ftt for bearing ex parte, and that a copy of this
order be published for four consecutive weeks In
the Nashville Union and Dispatch. ,
A copy-Attest .- M. B. HOWELL,
, Clerk and Master,
McClanahan A Clare, Sol'rs forcompl't.
fune27 wit .
In Chancery at Naahville.
Stale of Tennessee Office Clerk and Master,
Chancery Court at Nashville, May the 6th. 1807.
James W. Hamilton, Complainant, vs. Richard
Brotherton, Defendant,
TT APPEARING FROM AFFIDAVIT FILED
- in this cauio that defendant Richard Brother
ton is -fi non-residcat of tho State of Tennes
see; it U therefore ordered, that be enter hUap-
Searaneo herein before or within tho first three
ays of the ifbxt term of said Court, to be heldoo
tha first Monday in November next, 1367, and
plead, answer or demur to complainant's bilk
or the came will be taken for confessed as U
him and set for hearing ex parte, and that 0
dopy Of this order be published for fptir oonsecn-
tive weeks iu theNasaville Uniooand Dispatch.
A copy Attest : M. B. HOWELL,
Clerk und Mailer. -AbrapyL.
Bemosa, Sol'r far Comp's jc27 w-U
; In Chancery at Nashville.
State of Tmnesea Office Cleric and Master.
Ghiucery Court at Nashville, May tbe 22d, IgoT.
Winc'Iobey 4r Co. et al., complainant, vs.
i Uoo.. Lo3o et au4 defendants.
TT APPEARING FROM AFFIDAVrTFILBD
'A in this cause that the defendant. Geo, F.Case,
is anon-resident of the State of Tennessee!
it is th erf ore ordered that he enter his
appearance herein before or within the first three
days of the next term of said Cosrt, tola held,
on the first Monday in .November next, 187. and
plead, answer or demur to complainants' bill, or
the same will be taken for confessed as to hie and
set fer.kcaring ex parte, and that a jspy of this
order be pnblished for fnur consecahre weeks in
the Nashville Union andDUpatch.
A copy Attest: Al. U. JlOWELL,
1 Clerk nnd.Master,
McCIanahon k Clare, Sol'rs for oompl'ts.
JnncS3 wit
In Chancery at, Nashville.
Stato of Tennessee Offiee Clcrkand. Jftnr
Cbaneerr Conrt at Nashville, May the l&tb. lio7.
AbnStothari et aU., eompUinantj. vs. Heraee
TT APPEARINGFROM AFFIDAVITFILED
1 in this cause that the defendant. N. R AllJi-
way.ia a non-xesidenC -of the State of Te&nes
seo it it therefore ordered that he enter his
appearanee 'herein Before or within the first
threa days' of the Sdxt term of said Court, it be
hsldxm the first Monday in Nurs-e m brr tirt t. 9Si
rid pje4d,onjwer ordemnrto compiainanU' bill,
rtbe'samewlll be taken' for cdnf?tfey ai to him
iHs order be published for four il!ceutiTc
weeks in tho NashlUle Union, and Dupatlu.
Apr-Attesrf4:"- 'JL B.-H0WECL,
' .... cirx'SfflaAiaaitr.
Bats St WiUiomti Abram LDemes(. Sol'n fnr
wmpliinants. ' n&eCS wit
' ,nlri!rf.BriHti.
bMcrclmnU,"'nnd,JanafBt'Hrers
11,
JEWELRY ASSOCIATION,
193 and 105 Broadway,
JNEW YORK CITY.
Q.F ROSEWOOD PIANOS AND mLO
deonj, Fine Oil Paintings, Engravingf.'SiI-
ver Ware. Hold and Kllvpr W.fr-ha ami lnnll
Jewelry, consisting of Diamond Pins. Diamond!,
rungs, uoia iiraeeieu. coral. Jilorentjne, JUp
saic, jJet, Lava, and Ladies' Sett. Gold Pens with
gdldfend silver extension holders. Sleeve But-i
to'ns.'seU of Studs, Vest and Meek. Chains, etc.i
Hons.
etc, valued at
1 , o o o , o o o, -
FOR OSE DO'SXAR.
The BlerehnntV mm Mannfnetnr.r'
Jewelry Assoeliitlon calls your attention to
the fact of its being: tnaaargest and. most popuJ
Ir Jewelrv Association iu the United KtajR.
The business Im and always has been conducted
in the most candid and Honorable manner. Our
rapidly increasing trade is a sure guarantee of
the appreciation of onr patrons for this method
of obtaining rich, elegant and rotly goods. The
sudden stagnation of trade in Europe, owing to
the late German war, and recent disastrous finan
cial vrisis in Europe, has caused the lailure of a
large number ot jewelry nouses in London ana
Paris, obliging them to sell their goods at a
great sacrifice, in some instances less than one
third the cost of manufacturing. We have lately
purchased very largely of these bankrupt goods,
at such extremely low vrf" tt m afford
to send away finer goods, and give better chances
to draw the most valuable prizes than any other
establishment doin t similar business. OUR
AIM IS TO PLEASE, and wo respectfully eo
licit your patronage, as we are confident of giv
ing the utmost satisfaction. During the past
year we have forwarded a number of the most
valuable pritea to all parts of the country.
Those who patronize ns Will receive the full
value of their money, as no article on our list is
worth less than one dollar, retail, and there ore
no blanks. Parties dealing with us may depend
on having prompt returns, and the article drawn,
wilt be immediately sent to any addreee " by
return mail or express.
The following parties have recently drawn
valuable prizes from the Merchants' and Manu
facturers' Jewelry Association, and have kindly
allowed uso of their names:
Frederick V. Browne, Esq., Treasury Depart
ment, Washington, D. C, Piano, value, S450;
Miss Anna L. Frost. Waverly Terrace, Tew
York city, ladies' gold enameled and diamond
set Watch, value, $300; William B. Emmons,
New Orleans, La,, Sewing Machine, value, $75;
George L. Davenport. Mobile. Ala , Silver Tea
Set. value. 8200: Miss Lucy Orcutt. Albany. 111..
c : it..!,:.. ..in. r.c. i m.... T -
cunill. iuubiiiuv, ituuv, w. 4iua. J .
Downing. Louisville, Ky., Gold Watch, value
300; James B. Fowler,' Harrisburg, Pa . silver
i . ; i i--i. i -c. i il': 1 1 r ...
uuuiiuK irniiu, VU1UC, 1V. I.I.I I.1U
Peyser. Milwaukee, Wis.. Wheeler Jt Wilson
Somng Machine, value, $125; J. J. Rtckford,
San Francisco, CaL, gold lined silver Tea Set,
value. $300; Edward L. Rice. St, Louis, Mo.,
Melodeon, value, S2E0; Miss Helen E. Sinclair.
Detroit, Mich-, diamond cluster Ring, value.
$223; Horatio G- Frost, Chicago. TH.. large Oil
Pointing, value, $300; Mrs. Charlotte E. llewins,
Dohiphan, Kansas, bickerta Grand Piano,
'vrtlhft. 117(10- nnd Miwie-Itor. yniuc. 9ti5.
Many names could be placed on the list. Tint
we'pulilUh no names without permission. Our
patrons are desired to send us I'mteAStateacur-j
rency wncn convenient.
Partial List or Articles to (bo .Sold
for ONK l)OI.U KACII,
without regard to value, and not to be paid for
until you know wmuyon are to receive
10 Chickering Grand Pianos, worth 8500 to &70fr
15 eleennt Rosewood Pianos 200 to 450
la elegant Meiodeons, rosewood case nr io zsr
r 50 first clofU Sewing Machines
4U to SVJJ
30 to ICQ
75 fine Oil A'alntings
15Q fine Steel Engravings, framed
60 Mnsic Bcxes
150 revolving patent Castors, silver
60 Silver Fruit and Cako Baskets -400
sets of Tea and Table Sdoods-
20 to
to
20 to
20 to
20 to
150 Gpld Hunting Caso Watehce, war
ranted - -
100 Diamond Rim?, cluster and sin
60 to "ISO"
gle stone - 76 to 260
175 Gold Watches - 85 to 150
300 Ladies' Watche3 00 to 100
500 Silver Watches 20 to 76
Diamond Pins. Brooches and Ear'Drops, La
dies' Setsot Gold aad Coral. Jet anditiold, iio-
trA.:M T i fy ,.c c... .1.
ruuiiuu, iiiusiiiu. Jjcuumiu uiiiuGv, atjtaui uiuui.
Vest and Neck Cbaios, plain and c&ased Gold
Kings, Uold l&tmbles, LocKcts. new style uell
Buckles, Gold Pens and Pencils, fancy WorS;
Boxes, Gold Pens with gold and silver vttensten'
holders, nnd a largo assortment of fine Snrer
Ware and Jewelry of every description", of the
beetmake and latest styles.
A chance to obtain any of the above articles
for One Dollar, by purchasing a sealed onvolepo
for Iwcntv-fivo Cents. ...
Five scaled envelopes will be sent for SI. eleven
for $2, thirty for $5. sixty-five for 810, ono hun
dred for 815.
Agents Wanted Everywhere.
Unequalled inducements offered to Ladies and
Gents who will act as saeh. Our desenptivo cir
culars will be sent on application.
Distributions are made in the following man
ner: Certificates naming each article and its
value are placed in sealed envelopes, which are
well mixed. One of theso envelopes, containing
tho certificates or order for some arlielo, will be
delivered at onr office, or sent by mail to any
address, without regard to choice, on reeeipt
oftwenty-fivocents.
On receiving th6 certificate, the purchaser will
see what article it draws and Its value, and can
send one dollar and receive the arttele named.
Purchasers of ourBeal! envelopes may, in this
.manner, obtain an article worth from one to
.five hundred dolUrs.
.' Long letters re unnecessary. Havethoklnd
'ness to writ plain directions. Orders for sealed
envelope must in every case be acompanied
with tb cash, with tbe name of the person send-
ng.tnd town, county and State plainly written.
X.cter3 should be addressed to tne managers, as
ollow's :
JACKSOST, COItXISJI A CO.,
193 and 196 Broadway, New York,
niarjiam
J. LUMSDEN & CO.,
Ml.V0riCTOE883 lD DIABTE9 IK
.HIDES, OILS, LEATHER
i
Findings, Curriers' Tools,
Wo. O SOUTH MARICET STREET, So. 9
NASICVIM.K,
Jnlyl3-tf
TIJN'NESSEE.
jOISSOIXKTJLOW.
milY. COPARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE
X 'existing under the name and style of Foster
Brothers is hereby dissolvedbv mutual consent.
Allcpersous owing Foster Brothers can find
their office in rear of Guild A Smith's Law
"Office, formerly neenpied by Foster A MoEiren.
Messrs. ARMISTEAD & WOODS have pur
chased the entire interest of tho firm.
FOSTER BROTHERS.
Nashville, Febiuary, 1807.
In rctiring-from business it affords os great
'pleasure to recommend Messrs. Armisteild A
Woods to all our customers and the public gen
erally, and hope they will continue their pa
tronage, so liberally extended to the old firm.
FOSTER BROTHERS.
Nashville. February. 1867. marl 5 tf
A. & . EANNIE,
NO. 21 BR(AI STREET,
. Between Market and College streets.
Xirnor.E.SAi.K bakers ami
11 FIXTIOSEOS. Manufaturers
CO.Y
of all
kinds Of Candies, Crackers, Cakes and. Bread.
Dealers in all kinds of Fruits, Nut. Raiains and
Hardin, Oysters, Canned rrttits, PieKIer.Tuys,
Notions, etc . etc.
The attention of tbe city and eocntry mer
chants respectlu.ly solicited.
WM. JCEEGAN. Salesman.
A. fc W. HANKIE.
fob23 ly
GREAT SACRIFICE.
Still More Greenbacks Wanted
..... t s.
A i8 WE ARE STILL IK VANT OF MORE
xi,GreenbMk, we wHI oaer snTTgrewt r hid nee'
ments to our friewls and' to the pablffl ia gen
erat We wilbsell our
SUJ15IETI DRESS OODS, :
j LACE VOISTS, SJElt CLtlAKS,
And all other Sfr&mer ffoa,
AT NEW STOiV,' COST
For the balance ef thkijeaeoa.
Domestic Goods sfstlll lewerrates.
Calico fm 10 to 16 cenU.
Cents' Hats as percent, below east.
Good Linen Towel atlS etnUt
Caaimcresi, Cloths, Tricots, nic, at
' greatly reduced price.
Gome anttfk if vnn tvnt tuKrAtna. Ax wt stnit
have Greenbacks. Gold and Silver not refused.
G. XtlQSl fc CO.'S,
?fo. 02 North ColIcsoSlroet.
jnneiOlm Wd No.W.)
1EBE & CO.,
Wholesale Auction
COMMISSION 3IEI1 CHARTS
3o. a JiiUli fittlo Public Sqnnre,
Nixt door fo Berry A Dtjaoville'i TWns S.'re
OLIOTTC0WSIGNMHNT6 OP DR VG00DS
I Boom, Shoes, Cletbteg. Groceries. Hardware
El u a Warn v. ri.tlM h.n,i..nrlMn rtfr
npon prompt aad filtbfu) tteatin te eoosign
menu, and imaedlate'f etaVds apeasaies.
EBpelaYAtl5rn1ll6n dlvrn to 6'ntrliooi
, SilltS. i '
fciiy22 Isi
jtjbOeoeeved;
! , ' i
A. Large anct Complete, Assortment
o
GARDEN SEED,
From, the well knewa, haase ef4
14! k.
DAVID XjAJTDRETH sfc.jSOST,
Gardeners and itherjwintiSFithata astn rely
stting"' ' vitoi;c
onge
i .cMwjsri ,1!.
Genuine ..iandesS Seed,
4 liil .TsdU-i
AT REASONABLgiPRreBS.
TJtTJGTGMSTS,
. ) . l '
CORKER CHURCH AXD CHERRY STS.,
jan!2-tf
FOR OrHELS-AND FEVER,
! l5s9. tlxo Best!
HUIftliEY'S AQtE'TONIO
If ever Fails Always to Tbe Depended. Upoa-
. Nothing more reliable 'than Hurley's 'iWei
WILL CURE AGl'ECAND FE'ER0AILL8
' and Fever, Intermittent. Rever. Dumb
Ague. Every person who has tried Ilttf ley's Tunic
sneaks in the highest term: of it. As a curative
"agent it is unsurpassed and mere certain titan
hctnlne. xNo bad rosuitittromujingHLUlUblja
TONIC. Everybody should use irULEY'S AOrf
TONIC. Send order to
JAMES, HUDDDLKi C
Proprietors, Louuville, Ky.
MnrlcyH Stomach UII tot;
For Debility, Loss ofApfoftte, Weak'nesf. Indi
gestion or Dyspepsia, want nf action- ea'tfie
LJver, Disord ere.d Stomach, there are no bit
ters) that eo'mpare with these in removing theso
distressing eomplainte. For sole or can be had
at' any Drug Store in the United States, or ffom
thr proprietors, Louisville, Ky., corner Sevtwlb
nd Green streets, to whom ail orders should be
addressed.
Hurley's SnrHpnrlIIts.-'1
The great Blood Purifier, as a Spriogiaad Sam
mer Medicine standsunnnvaled. rftmavea an im
purities tram tba b!Mi;and g1VeBcrflt& aad
strength to the system. 1
JAMES. RUDDLE AvDO.. .
1 IIiirleyVl'oiMtlnr vrorin CJimily.
As fhii is really aSpecifia fbr fl"brmf "and'tfee
best and most palatable form to give AehUdrea.
ifii notsurprisinsithat.it is fa.t tWngthailsbe
of alt other preparations for wormfc irtfeurgtis
less; any child will take it.
Oriental' Pcnrl llropa.
For Beautifying the'Compexien.effectaaHy re
moves Tan, Ji'reckles.JVotches, and giviag the
s"Sih an elegant smoottnen rtflt easilyitlBed
by any other, i Itsnu among tholadiesirf fatfc
iim in the East. gies it a eharaeterfor sweey
which at onca stomps it as infinitely superior
forltho toilettffniodr. ' t - ,
lull ! Ink t Intf 1
L
Season's Skemlcal Writing Fluid h beetmiag
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, and for itepermaneoey it
is decidedly the best the fnr records that can
fce," uscl. For countiBg-heaees. bank or
Sihooys. it is unoiualled, and needs only to be
triad to be apptoved. tor sale by urugguts
andj
Merchants e-rervwhere.
JAMES.
j, Kuuiibtt co., not
KietoK),
Mn nTeeti
Corner Seventh and Green streets.
I lAIIUH
Uvillc Kestaeky
R. A ROBINSON A CO
Wholesale As'tf.
LftBkTifle. ISV.
For sale by Berry, Demeville A Wbartoit: J.
"R. Harwell: Litterer & Cabler. JPnlUasa A Al
Cn lough; Blood & Gregory, Nashville: abd y
all Druggists. innel lyd.tw
A, VALUABLE TRACT OF LAND. SITU
1 ate.1 in tbo neighborhood of Triune, Wil
liamson county, Tennessee. Is offered fir sele by
the: subscriber. The soil is rich, and is well
adapted to-tbe production of cotton, wheat, aorn
and other cereal cr'.ps. It is near the Nashville
and NWerisvillo Turnpike, and very coavetifaBt
to 'two academies and several eharahei. aad it
surrounded by excellent society. It Is finely
watered with a creek of running water entirely
through the land, and several vwnu1iu
prir.iM. It Is well adapted to Mae graes.'assd
the bottom land to meadow. An excellent
stoek farm might be made of it. on account of
the water and tbe hill land, being suited for
gross. The tract contains 320 and If the
purchaser tbould desire it, adjoining iados can
be purchased. A Urgain can be boueLt by apply
ing to theiindersigneti, or to John b. Cl'tKek.
who is authorised to sell it.
apr2 tf WILLIAM B. BBASLWY.
In Chancery at Nashvilla.
State of Tennessee Office Clerk end Mooter
Chancery Court at Noshville.April the 3tth,18r
ReMl. Chadboum A Co. vl als..
vs. S. W. Lachs et at., deft
A Co. t als.. seraplaiaanie.
Mdaats.
TBAPPEARINGPROM AFPIDAXTPFIBED
Lin this eautq that the defendants. Louis W it
koueki and Simon Wllkouski are non-reskiente
nf the State of Tennessee it ie tbre
fore ordered that they enter their appearance
herein before or within tbe first three days ef the
next term of said Court, to be held on ihefirsA
Monday In November next. 1867. a ltd pTemf,
answer or demur to ojmplainants' bill, or the
same wiil bodaken for renfessed as t thesa mb
set for hearing ex parte, and that aeepy of this
order be paolfahed (ferfoureenseeuftve wselrtlii
the.Nashville Union and IRspntob. ,
A copy-AtlSrt M. B. "ifOWBLL.
ClefkacrdiMostw,
Philip Lindsley, Sol'r for compl'ts. Jfffi wt
f In Chancery at N'Mlivillef
State of Tennessee Ofllee Clerk ami Master.
Ohinjery Courtat Nashville, April the 3d, 17.
Henry 0. Champion, complainant, vs. James
1 W. Geostret als.. defendants.
iTTAPPJARINQ EROM AFFIDA-VXT FILSD
x in tBH eattse' fSTTt the AmMtiim. Cherlvr
A. 'Campbell, Hmma Campbell, as, unknown
child of said Emma Campbell, an uuknowa sfc
ter'of the defendant Mary Goostreeand the un
known children of said unknown sister of said
.Mary Goostree, are non-residents of theSia'e f
Tennetvee: it is therefore ordered that .hey
enter their appearance herein before er wUhtai
tho first three days of the next terra of said
Court, to he held on tho 1st Monday in November
next. IStff, and plead, answer or demur to eota
plnlnant's blll.pr tha same will be takn lor
confessed asto them and set Air henrlng ex parte,
nnd that a copy ef th order Im miWUhtd Ute
'four consecutive weeks ia te Xaeliville Union
and Dispatch.
Aoopy-Attesi: MllQJ
Miefaael Vaughn8eKrfere(t't. UK wit
In Chancery at .Nashville.
State of TenneMe OfReo Clerk and MwHwri
Chaneery OourraNashrille, Juae the UMi, Utf.
William U'shfTeampUiBant vs. G. W. Hoth
weit et all., defottdants.
TTPPEARLNGFROiLAFFIDAVITPILIBt
ill tha second amendeil bill in tbU eaiu that
tho'defendflnts. G. W. Uothwell. O. 0. .Miller.
Ben. Huntington and Chan. Armstrong, are non
residents ef the State f Tune-i ft m there
fore ordered that they enter tbeir appeareaca
herein before or within tbe fiat three days of tho
next term of said Court, to be held en the ft ret
Monday in November next, 1S9T. and Wid.
answeror demur tocomplirinnt't awead
ed bill. Or tile same will be taken for rsSetd
as to them and set for hearing ewrte, hehI that
a copy of this order be publwliei for fonr cd
serotive week ltu the Nubvltle IHttm Bfl Dis
pateb. , Aoopy-Atteet: M. B. HOWBLL
Clerk ami Master.
W. OJ3rien A KUes, jsel'm for eefliol't.
une?r wit
- rr .
j 4 In Chancery at Nash vil lit.
State of Tennessee OQieo Clerk and Maaiw.
Chancery Oourfat NashvUIe.'Afafthe lib, MV.
JoEn D. Jamoscomplainabt.v. R,Iu
, et aty., defendant.
JTAPPE AB ISO VRffSt AFFroAVrrFILKD
-- in this cause that tbe defendant, R. L. nag
bam, is a non-resident of tbe State ef Tea
cesjee: it is tbeufere orderel that he enter hi
appearanee herein before or within ttitfSrst three
days of. tne next terra &f said Oesrt, te ba held
on the fint Monday in November noxt, WW7, aad
nlead, answer or demur to eomrlainint's MIL or
tbo same will be taken for o8.eed as t bits
and for ITeanng ex parte arid thai a iftpy of
thi 'order bp. publtshad. ftr-focr onseeottve
- derkarnl Mitffrt
Abram L.Deme, Sel'rfsr eotnpl't. lesV wit
1 In Chancer? at Nashville.
State of Tennessee Office Ctetk Md MeeNr.
qbancery C3art atKaehvUU. Apnl th Mtk. M67.
Cherlee Besley, eemp!in'. vs. A. B. Ma4-
sr I . AMrvaj3mt
TT APPEARlNGMFinuviT FILED
X ia thU OMW that thA,'li"f,,.'Am
MontgemcryTis iwrt-rMrnt ef h JUh
or Tennessees it is thweforeeedered .tft
w hu ntoMoranee herein Mmt or witwisi
the first three days at the nex terra of said
Coert. to be held oa the first Mosdny in Noveki
ber next. 18o7. aad plead, answer or desist te
complainant's bill, er the same wiil be tubes fcr
oDifeed a to Wia.oB'i jet fer hMdogjsz bm(v
aad that a tony of this order kg MbHid for
Iber oonseeuttre week is thetXashwMfH HBtmB.
A -Aht?et : M. B. nOWRLL.
John Reid, Set'r. ft easepl'? W JeSRrlt
A1uiitiiMtrator?H Nollcii.
TtTAViire Bern qualtptud as Aimiv-
Hiraierei .wary J. .way, rneii, i
n4tuy il!pMe&.indbtd t IikIs
ward aaduoka imraeiftsta lutsrasMit.
holding ciums &gatfMt her will prauutUiiWiMaie
to as within the jxriad Merud'by law, or
tbrwlll be forever barred. . ,
iunelS In A. D. CREIGHION. Adaj'r.
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