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en lines of gelid nonpareil make one, square,
fcnrlv advertisers Till be cn tilled (to a ilia-
tint of 10 uer oent. ' '
Every other day (e. o. d.) advertiee nenU trill
be charged two-thirds of above rates.
Advertisements inserted in theTri-Weekly will
he charged one dollar a square for first insertion,
and fifty cents each additional insertion.,
tin the Wceilj-onc :dollar5 square for caeh
insertion. ' t I
Special or City Item Notices, twenty cents a"
line, first, and ten cents a line every additional
Insertion.
Chances in advertisements trill be charged at
the rate of fifty cents a square.
All advertisements are due from dato of first
Insertion. Hereafter the cash system will be
adhered to, and no transient advertisements will
betaken unless accompanied by tho money.
Jones, Wallack k Co.,
Union and DlSDateb.
.SHl.it
.Robiets, Wattdeson k Bubtis.i
" Banner.
TjJATIS WnSBAU,
-a1nT,nS;Tenn
If Or Press and limes uo.
Jao.22.1837.
FARM A3SD GARDBN.
., iMumannd tlie Carcnllo.
T)r. Kirtland saya of tlie curculio, that
in one seasonal destroyld ovary plum on
his farm, except Jho crop of one tree in
his BwiTO'lot, which bent hu"e'r its load
jSifTji'itg -.Jphn .I.tThomas jtella ofja cul
tivator in Western New York, who, hy
keeping a largo number oP'hogs in las
plum-yauL had abundant crops, fo more
than twenty years, while his neglectful
t 1 ' 1 1 - . 1 1 . r .1.
iiuigiiuorH lost n greaicrpan 01 muire.
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Manuring Fruit TrccN,
The Horticulturist says : Too many,
in applying manure to their fruit trees,
' forget Che position of tho roots and apply
within-ti foot or eo of the body. 'If they
wore carefully to remove the soil, they
would find that trees of vigorous growth,
and from soven to ten feet high, have
roots that are really tho nain sources of
nourishment, varying from six to ten feet
from the body. The application of ma
nure, therefore, to give the boat results,
should bo. distributed around the tree, at
a distance of from five to eight foot from'
the trunk. In positions whero the turf
is desired to be maintained, cut and roll
it back, put on the manure, fork it in
"lightly, and then replace the turf.
l'ropairntiuff Blackberries.
Tho blackberry propagating itself by
. suokersr and if theffe are takon up in au
turn or oarly in spring, cut back and set
out for growing another reason, thoy
will mako woll rooted plants by autumn.
Another mode is to cut off the roots, by
means of a long sharp spade, around the
growing plants in spring, to induce the
formation of suckers. This outtingihbuld
be done a few inchos from the main plant
in circular foxm, and ropcatod again a
few inchos further out, so that the young
plants may not have long, one sided Toote.
A third mode is to koop up cutting tho
roots in autumn or oarly spring, say
three or four inohos long and as a quill,
or largor, and sot them out in apen
ground in an upright position, leaving the
top a little below tho surface. If the soil
is rieh and "mellow thoy will do well. A
ftfBrtl 1 arid (ho boat niode, when practi
cable, is to use cuttings with bottomjheat;
thoy. need not bo moro than an idh or
tw6'lflng, and should oither have thoheat
of a; hot? bod, or a propagating house.
Thoy should bo takon up in autumn, so
as to bo started vory oarly in spring. In
tho early part or by tho middle of 'sum
mer, they will do to sot in open ground,
and will make good plants tho same, sea
son Uy this mode there will aoarcoly
bo a failure Tho soil for those bottom
heat cuttings, should bo a mixture of
about two-thirds of clean sand thoroughly
mixed with one-third of leaf-mold, w?Hh a
portion of finely diffused old manure.
RnlNlnfr Seed.
Tho Cincinnati Bnqxilrer makes tho
following suggestions :
Acting on the principle that every farm
should produce, as far as possible, all that
ia required for use upon it, wo advise
farmers'to pay more attention to raising
seeds. There will always be some which
it will be jnecessary perhaps to purchase,
and there arc many of which changes will
prtxluce a good eflect ; but far the greater
part of the seeds wanted by the common
farmer may be as well produced by himself
as by another. Some little care and atten
tion is. however, necessary, else, however
good the seeds may be, bo far as germina"
Hon is concerned, the plants produced way
not be of the .kind desired or expected.
Nearly all are u'vraro that when plants are
so situated that the pollen or fecun
dating dust of thfejjlossom of one variety
is conveyed tBe"Bower of another variety
of the same species, a cross will be tb$ re
sult, and the new vegetable or plant will
be a hybrid, having a mixture of Inequal
ities of both, perhaps, but unlike either.
It is owing to this easily understood cause
that the seeds of the apple, peach, cherry,
potato, and other fruits and plants, so rare
ly, produce tree or plants like the original
ones. It is this disposition to mix which is
te be guarded against, and a few simple
rules will enable any farmer to do this
effectually.
Beets are a plant frequently injured by
planting different kinds for seed near each
other. Thus, the red and white will pro
duce ulants neither red nor white, and frc2
quentiy of an inferior quality.
Radishes of different kinds should never
. .be planted near each other when intended
for seed.
Nothing shows the effect of "anialgama
tioniLouicker than th&planting of squashes
anoWparafklns near oaoh other. The
sqh'efllll be nrtsskspea and watery,
anaTtfrefpiimpklnB wateiytmaliard -skinned,
and destitute of the aweetne belongiag to
the pure article.
Nearly the same deteriorating results en
sue from plantiag gourds in the victnilr of
squashes. The shell of the gourd w in
jured, and the squashes are rendered bitter
and unpalatable.
Corn of the several kinds cannot be pre
served in purity, if planted where the dust
of the blossoms of one kind cornea la con
tact readily with the silks of another
Cabbages of different varieties areprery
wreit&oroea withth other when planted
together, producing plants like neither of
the original kinds. OuegX most kSTj
' uinjurresrestilUngfromhiB tendency w
found to arise when cabbages and turnips
intended for seed arc planted near (each
other. . The cabbages produced from such
seed' will not head well, and the turnips,
Instead of ' fine round bulbs with ;mall
tufts of leaves, will.be surmounted with
it cabbage-liko stem, an immense quantity
,of leaves, and the roots themselves jviU bo
(more or lees tough and woody in' jtkelr
- (structure. 1 . '
vJPoutnea of several kinds may be'ruanted.
wfih Impunity near each othera theyMg,
-OLUIIjJ'oni..the. sc.edj, but.
r.imu.-ti always irom 1110 tuners, aim iul-u
are not affected by the fecundating proces
from farmers and others about their seed
changing into a different and a wOrsekind.
By a little attention to the above sugges
tions, this difficulty might be avoided, and
good seeds-grown by everyone. The moat
perfect plants should always be selected for
planting out for seed ; and where this is
done, and a mixture with other kinds is
avoided, a change for the worse need not
be feared.
HENDERSON BROS.,
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PR ACTjlCiA L"'PLU M.B E R S,
GAS AN1 STMM FITTERS,:
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IVo. 73 Cherry Street,
(Old No UO opposite "CoIphnado'Building,
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Established in 1852.
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IfTE AIt -IjBEPAltED TO DO WORK IN
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oar 'lino in a jirompt and first-class
manner.
PJLUBIBERS' MATEBIA1.
.Qn hand and for tale.
SHEET LEAD,
LEAD PIPE,
Via LEAD, '
FORCE PUBIPS;
CISTERN PUSH'S,
EEP 1VELI. PUJIPS,
AI.E PUMPS,
ARTESIAK PU3IPS,
BATHS, WASH5TANDSj
WATBR-CLOSETS.
BLOCK-TIN and HYDRANTS,
R COOES,
SHAMPOONINQ COCKS,
BASIN C0C1CS, HOSE,
HOrWATER BOILERS, 1
- ! NOZZLES, COUPLINGS, ETC
GAS FITTING. ,
Public and Private Buildings, Store Houses,
-tc;. fitted np in the mot improved style, and
n reasonable terms. Chandeliers. Hall Lisbts,
Pillar LirfiU. Drop Liuhts. Portable Stands
with Hose, Pendants, Brackets.: (Haw Globes,
Smoke Belle, Patent and Plain Shades. Cigar
Lighters, etc.
-I.lt ON PIPE,
ForysVterndfeam. from an eighthdnch
Fittings for the Above.
Tees, Elbows, Crosse. Plugs, Bushings. Ro
ducers. Lock Nuts, Hooks, Return Bends,
Unions, etc.
STEAM FITTING,
I
Steamboat, Factory, Hotel and Stationary
Enpine work done. Steam Gauges, Steam
Whistle?. Steam Traps, Globe Valves, all sues,:
Gunge Cocks. Oil Cups, Air Cocks, Cyluider
Cocks, etc.. etc.
fcb21-3m
IN CIIAXCEIIY AT CAMIE, TENX.
S. Ullman i Co. vs. W. S. Traylor and others.
Amended and Injunction BUI.
TT APPEARING TO THE SATISFACTION
L of the Clerk and Master, from allegations in
tho bill, which aro sworn to, that W.S. Traylor,
ono of tho defendants in this cause, is a non
resident of the Stnto of Tennessee, so that the
ordinary process of law cannot bo nerved neon
him: it is therefore ordered that publication be
made for four consecutive weeks in the Union
and Dipatch, a newspaper published in tho
city of Nashvilie.Tonn., requiring said defend
ant to appoar I cfore the Clork and Master of
the Chancery Court, at his oliice in Camden, on
or before the rule day in October next, then and
there to plead, answer or demur to complain
ants' bill, or the same will bo taken for con
fessed and set for hearing cx parte as to him.
This 5th August, 18W. omT, ...
W. A. STEELE, C. and M.
angI6 wit
In Chancery at Nashville.
Stato of Tennessee Office Clerk and Master,
Chancery Court at Nashville, Juno thelOth, 1867.
William Weill, complainant, vs. G. W. Both
well et als., defendants.
TT APPEARING FROM AFFIDAVIT FILED
x in the second amended bill in this eausethat
tho defendants, U. W. Bothwell, O. C. Miller,
Bon. Huntington and Chaa. Armstrong, aro non
residents of tho State of Tenncssco : it is there
fore ordered that they cntor their appearance
hvrein before or within the first throe days of the
next term of said Court, to bo hold on the first
Monday in November next, 18C7. and plead,
inswer or demur to comnlninant s second amend
ed bill, or'tho same will bo taken for confessed
as to them and sotfor beiiring ox parte, and that
n copy of this order be published for four ron
s ecutivo weeks in the Ni shrillo Union and Dis
patch. A copy Attest : M.B.HOWELL
Clerk and Master.
W. G. Brien & Bates, Sol'rs for compl't.
june27 wtt
IX CHAXCEIIT AT CENTRE VI O.E.
State of Tennessee Clerk's Office, Chancery
Court at Centrcville, June the 31th, 1867.
Pleasant Walker vs. Robertson Whitesidosctol.
TT APPEARING FROM THE ALLEGA
JL tions in complainant's bill, which aro sworn
to, that tho defendants, Rebecca George, widow
of Valentine Georgo, deceased, Uezckinb, James,
John, Perneoio and Martha, residents of
the State of Arkansas: Mary George, ,who
intermarried with some person who?e name is
unknown to the complainant, supposed to be a
resident of tho State of Arkansas: Pernccie
1 oung.-brmerly Pcinecio George, supposed to
resiilo in the State of Arkansas, so that the
ordinary process of law cannot bo served upon
them: it is therefore ordered that publication be
made in tho Nashville Union and Dispatch for
four successive- weeks, for said defendants to
appear at the Courthouse In the town of Centro
villo, on tho second Monday in September next,
then and there to pload, answer or demur to
complainant's bill, or the same will be taken at
confessed as to them, and ret for (hearing ex
parte. W. M. JOHNSON". O. nad SI.
Iune30 wtt
In Chancery at Nashville.
Stato of Tennessee Office Clerk and Master
Chancery Court at Nashville, April tho Uh. 1867
Reid, Chadbourn Co. ct als- complainants,
v. S. W. Lnchs et alt., defendants.
TT APPEARING FROM AFFIDAVIT FILED
i in this cause that the defendants, Louis WR
kouiki and Simon Witkouski oxo non-rosidents
of the State of Tenncssco 1 it is there
fore ordered that they enter their appearance
herein before or within the first throe days of tho
noxt term of Raid Court, to be held on thojfirst
Jlonday in November next, 1SCT. and plead,
answer or domur to complabants bill, or the
same will bo taken for ronfesscd as to them, and
eot fer hearing ox parte, and that a eapy or this
order bo publiabod for foureoni ecutivo wecks-n
the Nashville Union and D'spatch.
A copy-Attost : M. B. U0 WELL,
" Clerk and Master.
Philip Linddor. Sol'r forcompl'ts. jnne? w4t
In Chancery at Nashville.
State of Teanessee-Office Clerk and Master.
Chaucery Court at Nashville. Stay the 1st, 1867.
Chauncey Page 4 Co., complainants, vs. The
Cumberland Ri er Coal and Lumber Co., de-
TTAPPKARING FROM AFFIDAVIT FILED
-1 in this onase that the defendants. The qum
berland River Coal and Lumber Compsuy, are
non-rosidcnU of the State of lonnessee: it is there
fore ordered that they enter their appearance
herein beforo or within the first tbrea days of
the next term of said Court, to beheld on the
first Monday in November next, 1957, ana plead,
answer or demur to complainants' bill, or the
same will bo taken for confessed as tothetaand
set for hearing ex parte, and that a copy ol this
order be published for foutconseculire weeks in
the Nashville Union and Dispatch
A copy-Atte : M. B. HOWELL.
Clerk and Master.
Guild. Smith & Q uid, Sol'rs for compl'ts.
luneSi rU
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In Chancery at Nashville.
State of Tennessee Office ClerVatd Master.
Chaoiery Court atNahville.Marihe 4th. 1SS7.
Xhftmas W. JoBO,dm'r,etc; tl'uls., cemplain-
su vs. William Dews, et alj defendant.
in this oane that the defendant, John A.
fisher, is a non-resident of the State ofTenncs
jee tt is therefore ordered Jiat hemteirl hli 1 ap
p.aranee herein before or vrlthlt 1 tho first three
days of the next term of said Court, to be held
on the first Monday in November ntzt, ,1867. and
plead, answer rdemnrto complainant's 1 pUI. or
the same will be taken for confessed as to hita and
set for hearing cx parte,, and that a copy of
this order be published for four conjeaaUvo
week In ths NashvUle Union and Dwpatch.
A copy Attest : M. B. HOWHLL. .
- . Clerk and Master.
. Abra L.'Dsoss, Sol'r for compl't. ittne27Trl
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.j.asrix:.
Mauufactiiriiig Cosispaiiy,
NASirrilXE, tea'x:
MAKUPACTtlEKBS OF ALL KINDS OF
Cooking and Heating Stoves,
Hollota-Ware, '
BRIDGE, PliAIX AX ORXAXIEXTAI,
CASTINGS,
WATER AND GAS PIPES,
ETC., ETC.
VEIEAXDASIS,
. , STORE FRONTS, and '
IRON ItAIMXA,
Sugar and Bark MillSi .
Portahlo and Stationary'' Eugiues,
. On hand and made to order.
W0RJCS ON LEBANON PIKE, NEAR OITV
f RESERVOIR.
KAJIU. E. JOXE9, Pres't.
JOHN TREXBATII, Sec'.
my2-2m
; In Chancery at Nashville.
Stale of Tennessee Office Clerk and Master!
Chancery Court at Nashville, July the 22dJ867.
Woods, Ycatman k Co., complainants, vs. T- G.
Gaylord & Co., ct als., defendants,
TT APPEARINGFROSI AFFIDAVIT FILED
rin this cause that the defendant, B. G. Gay
lord, Ben Gaylord, and Kldon and
-. composing tho firm of T. 0.Gjy-
iorH k Co-, are non-resident of tho State of
Tennessee: it is therefore ordered that they
enter their appearance herein before or within
the first three days of tho next term of said
Court, to be held on the first Monday in Novem
ber next, 1S67, and plead, answer or demur to
complainants' bill, or the same will be taken for
confessed as to them and set forhearing ex parte,
and that a "conr of this order be published for
our consecutive weeks in the Nashville Union
ana mspatcn.
A copy Attest : M. B. nOWELL,
Clerk and Master.
G- M. Fogg, Sol'r for comp'ts- augl3 wit
In Chancery at Nashville.
State of Tennessee Office Clerk and Master.
Chancery Court at Nashville, August the 1st,
1S67.
J. W. Carpenter, complainant, vs. W. H. C.
Coleman and others, defendants.
TT APPEARING FROM AFFIDAVIT FILED
JL in this cause that the defendant. W. H. C.
Coleman, is a non-resident of the State of Ten
nessee: it is therefore ordered that he enter his
appearance herein before or within tho first three
days of the next term of said Court, to be held on
thalstMonday in November next,1867,and plead,
answer or demur to complainant's bill, or the
same will be taken for confessed as to him and
sot for hearing ex parte, and that c copy of this
order be published for fonr consecutive weeks in
the Nashville Union and Dispatch.
A copy Attest: M. B. HOWELL,
Clerk and Master,
East k Spurlock, Sol'rs for comp'ts. augl3w4t
THE ATHEMTM,
COLUMBIA, TENNESSEE- .
MUS. JR. O. Principal,
Assisted by an able and experienced corps of
Teachers.
MMIE NEXT SESSION OF THIS SCHOOL
JL begin? on tho
First Monday in September
Many improvements will be mado during the
vacation, which will add greatly to the comfort
and efficiency of tho establishment. Some im
portant additions have been mado to our corps
of teachers, which will enable us to offer as
many advantages as any school in the South or
West. .
Our Boarding Department will be so much
enlarged that we can easily accommodate one
hundred moro pupils than we bad last session.
Terms as heretofore. For catalogues or other
information, address
ROUT. D. SMITH,
Secretary and Business Manager,
Columbia, Tcnn.
jy2I diwtilsepl
Hartman's Safety Bridle and Lines?;
This most novel In
vention prevents all ae
cidcntH by hordes. With
It, the running away, or
kiqking of a horse. Is
utterly 'iuiposiiiblo.
FOR GENERAL DRIVING, OR "FOR RUN
AWAY AND KICKING HORSES.-WUh
this improvement, a woman can control a spir
ited horse with moro easo and absolute 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 "will amply pay you for ypnr trouble.
The Bridle may bo seen at Room No. 11 Colon
nade Building, on Cherry street, Nashville,
Tcnn. For further particular?, address
JOHN M. HIGGS.
apr2t tf Nashville, Tenn.
In Chancery at Nashville.
State of Tennessee Office Clerk and Master,
Chancery Court at Nashville, August the 3d,
1867.
Thomas Ilobson.and others, cfimplainants, vs.
K. P-Fort ct als., defendants.
TT APPEARING FROM AFFIDAVIT FILED
- in this cauie that defendant, K- P. Fort,
is a non-resident of tho State of Tennes
see: it is therefore ordered that ho enter his ap-
Searanco herein before or within tho first three
ays of the noxt term of said Court, to bo held on
tho first Monday in November next, 1867, and
plead, answer or demur to complainants' bill,
or tho same will bo taken for confessed as to
him and set for hearing ox parte, and that a
copy of this order bo published for four consecu
tive weeks in tho Nashville Unionnnd Dispatch.
A copy Attest: M. B. HOWELL.
Clerk and Master.
W. F. Cooper. Sol'r for comp't. aug!3 wtt
Nashville Blood Horse
ASSOCIATION COURSE.
THE FALL MEETING OVER TOE NASII
ville Course will commence on
TUESDAY, THE 15tli OF OCTOBER,
and continue during the week.
The following slakes aro proposed, and will
close the 10th day of AiiffiiHt, vii:
YOUNG AMERICA STAKE NO.l-For two.
year olds, that have never been trained previ
ous to this fall. The dash of a mile; 825 en
trance; play or pay. Tho Association 1 to add
$100 if the race is run. To be run TUESDA1,
the first day.
GREEN STAKE For three year-olds that
have never appeared in publio: mile heats ; 8P0
entrance: player pay. The Association to add
$200 if tho race is run. To be run TUtSDA 1 ,
the first day.
TnE EXCEPTION STAKE Two mile heats,
for all ageiv $50 entrances play or pay: free for
all excepting " Muggins.". To be run nnscjond
day of tnoeting. Association t add 300 if the
race is run.
CUMBERLAND STAKE NC. I-Tor three
year olds; mile heats; fSt) entrance: limy or
pay. The Association to add $250 if the race is
ran. To be run on the third day.
YOUNG AMERICA STAKE NO. 2-For two
year olds; tho dash of a mile; $50 entrance;
play or pay. Association to add if t he-race
Is run. To be ran on the fourth day.
CUMBERLAND STAKE .NO. 2-For three
year olds: two mile heats: 8p entrance; play
or pay. Association to add $300 if tho raeo is
run. To bo run on fifth da'.
Five or moro t fill the above stakes. To
namo and close August 15, 1EC7- Eutrita. ad
dressed to the Secretary. '
II. r. COCKRIIX, President.
OEO. IT. DAltIEX, Sec'y and Xreas.
iulylfilm
Attachment Notice.
Hyram Wadkins vs. John Doherty--Oricinal
Attachment.
THE PLAINTIFF STATES ON AFFIDAVIT
r- that the defendants is Indebted to him. and
has removed himself, or so absconded that the
ordinary process of law cannot be served upon
him: and having: obtained from W. A. Steele.'
.TnattcA nf tJi Pear( nn nrifftruil AttArhment
Pigainst the defendant, returnable before said
Jusucciaa me same naving oe 1 lenoaon a
lot of cross-tics belonging to said defendant : it
isAhareibie ordered that pobliratitrn be made
fnrfnnr cnnifceutivp wests in tho Union and
Dispatch, a newsier putillsheA -in the city of
Nashville, that the defendant appear - before
confessed and set for trial exparte. Aug'oJt
5413G7, . Yi A. STHLEt(J. v
LIFE ' E?SHiR'ANGJ 00.
.or
Hartford, (Connecticut,
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awsuin, anmmry
,n;irr8C7,j;4,500,ooo
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lucoineror.yenr.eutl
:rie41 S3,522;935
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And Policies Issued, 4;189
Nashville Agency: 36 College
P. P. PECK. Resident Aeu(,
W. It. TAUSOTT, General Agent for Ten
nessee and Alabama.
sep2-tf .
NATIONAL BANI,
OF NASHVILLE.
College Street, near Union
Designated Depositary and Financial Agent
of the United States.. .
it is prepared to transact a regular Ranking
buslesi, and furnish Exchange on
NEW YORK,
NEW ORLEANS, '
LOUISVILLE, AND
CINCINNATI.
Government Securities, Gold and Silver.bought
and soldon Commission.
JOHN LUMSDEN. President.
W. J. THOMAS. Cashier..
oct24-ly.
FOURTH NATIONAL BANK,
NASIIVIIXE, TESN.,
ciJ a ! IS DOING A REGULAR
Banking and Exchange Business,
And will pay special attention tor Collections.'
OAPITAIi STOCK, 200,000
DIRECTORS.
DAN'L HILLMAN. R- H. GARDNER,
O. F. NOEL. SAM'L W ATKINS,
JAS. WHITWORTH. W. H. EVANS.
BYRD DOUGLAS. B. S. RHEA.
- A. HAMILTON!
JAS."wnilWORTH, JOHX PORIERFIELD,
Presidept , Cashier.
june2 3m ,
NASHVILLE
COMMERCIAL INSURANCE CO.
Ofllce in
the Dnlltllng of
of -the-'Umoii.
the It u ui.
, , . ' i i A ' c
C PITAli AJL.X.
PATD IN.
qiHIS COMPANT, ESTABLISHED'- IN 18M
JL insures Buildings, Yessela, in port. Merchan,
dise, IfouBehold Furniture, and other property, on
the moat liberal terms. Fire, Marine, and Ioland
risks taken at lowest rates. I
SOB- Losses liberally adjusted and promptly paid by
this Company.
, DlItEOT6B8: .
B. 0. McNaibt. Jahis Woods,
Jno. Kiekman, M. Bcess,
O. E. IIillm an, , Jvo. n. Ewis,
W. H. Evans, - ' r.OBsar Tbobpson,
Huan M'Cbia, ' Jas. P. Kibkman.
S. N. Macf.t,
It. O. McNAIRT, President.
E. D. HICKS, Secretary. sep9-Cml
GHEATH&M, WOODS & CO
Bonded Warehouse No. 2,
Corner Gtollegis and Clmrcli Streets,
3EC7ILLE. TENN.
L:,
0O llarrolPnro Copper-DItllicd-
EOBERTSOjOUNTY WHISKY
Made on the old plan, prior to the stoppage of
theDiatilleriea in the Filth Collection District.
Sevcnty-flvo, Barrel. Geiinlno
it eHv som. "iriti Sjk y ,.
The celebrated DDUIi br&nd-thelaat: of this
article iu the market.
i
75 bbls.S.Manniug'8 Hklsky.
Also, out or Bond, a largo supply or
the (tlirercut brnmW or all tlie recti
fiers or Whisky ; In Robertson; and
haTldHou conutli-i.
Dealers are notified that we are enabled to
ship our Bonded, Whiskies to all points at which
bonded warehouses are located.
Alio, always on hand, a large assortment, of
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC j
- brandies;
AND
CIGARS.
jJijB. AUXrllelesj
rrspntoil. !
ginranteetl as rep-
Jy20tf
P.AT.
TTTJTfYKT
BANK NOTES
w . .
TN ACCORDANCE WITH AIT ACT OF THE
J. Lerislatu.ro of Tennessee, passed December
io.k-.laa; .n.:tr4 En ot "Tn amniitaths diS-
tribution of the effoets of Banks, which hare or;
may make assignments amopc meir creauora.
nouca is hereby griTen to the hold of theaotej
of The Ukiox Banc op Tiskksswe toClethern
with tho undwicned. at the Ranlt laNashrHle,
between now and the 1st day of January, eigh
teen hundred and saty-nine. OS,) Mid receiro
certificates therefor, or they will bo forever
barred from any participation in the' asset of
Pinlr Thni-rrtif.fuleA Will be reflClTBd AT
ak in-sayment for debts duo the Bank, wheth
"cr tendered before or after the 1st-nf. Jaau--
arr. lses. Jua.
;. Dea.20Sfi3.-3.-6;
H!t3.' i Zsil
WSA-EY-M5MIBE0UQSt
VHOI.mil GROCERS.-
NO. 3 NORTH COLLEGE. ST.,
300 bbls Extra Family Flour.
200 bbls Extra Superfine Flour,
. ,25 hhds New Orleans Sugar,
, 15 hbds Demarara Sugar,
50 bbls Crushed and Powdered Sugar,
200 sacks prima Rio Coffee,
23 sacks Laeuyra Coffee.
60 bbls New Orleans Molasses,
50 bbls choice Syrup,
200 boxes Proctor & Gamble's Soap,
150 boTes various brands Soap,
100 boxes Star Candles,
100 boxes Tallow Candles, hard pressed,
50 boxes lino Chowinir Tobacco,
50 Krosa Fine-cut Tobacco,
25 bbls Smoking Tobacco,
25 kess English Soda.
25 kegs American Soda,
40 cases 1 and 2 lb Can Oysters,
50 boxes Pepper,
50 boxes Indigo,
0 boxes Ground Mostard,
25 bbls Mason's Blacking,
50 boxes Pint, Quart and Half-Gallon,
20 boxes Garret Snuff,
20 ross Dnrkee'a Blueing,
25 bbls Bourbon Whisky,
25 bbls Robertson county "Yhi9ky,
' 100 bbls Foote Nash Proof AVhisky.
ICO bbls Ginger Cordial,
16 bbls Ginger Wine.
15 bbla Sweet Wine. :
0 bbls Grape Vinegar,
25 bbls Lemon Syrup, - j ,
50 boxes Starch, - '
50 dozen Buckets, )
50 dozen Brooms, j
2000 Flour Sacks. f
60 boxes Assorted Candy, '
Brandy, Rum, Gin. . ..
Wines of, various brand?, at
WEAKLEY k YARBR0UGII
No. 3 North College street,
iune 13 tf Nashville. Tenn.
C. GALLEHER., T. A. MATTHEWS,
LateofMaysviile.Ky. Maysvillo, Ky.
C NELSON, Late of Mt. Sterling, Ky.
MERCHANTS' HOTEL,
Fifth Street, Near Main,
CINCINNATI OHIO.
GALLEHER, NELSON &C0..
iune? 53m
' Proprietors.
SAM'L COWAN. S. A. IIANDLY.
COWAI & CO.,
SUCCESSORS TO
CO WAX, BBADSHA W & CO.,
HAVE REMOVED THEIR STOCK
White Goods and Notions
TO
North-rest corner or the Square rtinl
College street. ;
i
Mr. BRADSIIAW remains with the new
firm, and will be pleased to sea his- friends as
usual.
COWAN & CO.
Jnlyl73m
SOUTHERN"
LIFE INSURANCE
ClURTEMO BY THE I,Eai3WTURES OF1 !
Teaineescc and. JCentuolcy,
WITH PEISCIPAL OFFICES AT i
.Memphis, Tenn., and Louisville, Ky.
CASH CAPITAL PAI1 BP AND SE
CUIIEI.T INVESTED, 8200,000.
Authorized Capital. $1,000,000.
DOES BUSINESS UPON THE STOCK AND
Mutual plan, guaranteeing to Policy hold
ers clfrlity per cent orprotlts.
Issues Policies upon all the improved plans.
All Policies non-forfeitable after second annual
payment. ,
No restrictions as to travel or place of resi
dence. For full particulars, s.ee Circulars or.In
surance Manuel.
Memphis Officers Gko. W. McCarit,
.President; R. C. Bbinklkt, Sam. Tatk, Vice
Presidents; F.S. Davis. Treasurer; Brv.Mat.
Secretary; Wm. C. Morris, General Traveling
Agent. I
IxuisvIIIc Officers C. C. Spknore, Pres
ident; J. Fry Lawrence. Vice President t A.
G. Hodoks, Treasurer; E. T. Hopkins, Scre
tary; S.B. Falki.Vbubgh, General Agent. -
BRANcn OFFICE No. 50 North Cherry
street, Nashville, Tenn.
r. E. PERIHN, General Agent
For MiddleandEastTennesseo, North.AIabama
and Southern Kentucky.
iy23 3m.
TO THE PUBLIC
COLORED CHILDREN RESIDING WITH
in tho Corporation of Nashville, between
the nges of six and twenty-one, aro hereby, re
quired to apply to professors Haley and Hamil
ton, Principals of tho Colored Schools, at tho
office of the Board of Education, No. 6T South
Cherry street, for Ticltcts r numisslon to
the nblic Schools, opening September
1st, 1867.
Apply as abovo until the 1st September, .be
tween tho honre of 9 and 3 each day.
P. S. FALL,
Pres't Board of Education.
J. W. HOYTE,
Secretary Board.
C, D. LAWRENCE,
Sup't of Publio Schools.
aug4 td B.. P.AT.. and G. copyj
FIRMS FOR OHE DOLLAR.
Subdivision .of Plantations.
f-t -
CHANCESJFORAZL.
t -,
THE SOUTHERN ASYLUM LAND CQM
puny. in addition to their grand scheme f
City Residences and Lots, in which Col. RI. C.
Galloway's valuable residence in Memphis con
stitutes the Capital Prize, at Five Dollars per
Ticket, now offer chances in a scheme that em
braces
i . - . .
FARMS FOR THE MIXT.K3f.
Tliprn U nnt in thin schema an. acre of Swamp
or Wild Land : each Farm is part or the whole ,
cf a cultivated Plantation eacn tract is on or
within a few miles of a railway, either on the
.aietnpuls and Clmrieston,
Sfilsftlsslppl Ccntrnl,
SIolillo. nnil" Ohio,
aicrldlnn nnd Vlckslmrjf, or
aitssiisnlpiil and TemieAitee
Itatlrond.
The several tracts are disposed of at the Iow-
ert cash valuation, in subdivisions of fort:
suDdivisions oi iony.
Each subdivision conslt-
&htv nnd 160 asres.
totes a prize, and each
Ticlcet Costs One JUdllaiv
m 11 t. .
For a description" dCtheiRrorterty. refer tojth'e
new.PamphJetLis.ued bpjtlie Companyj Titles
aro perfect, or the" money will be paid to the
winner of the priie.
- . ' . . . x
All Xand In ihiM Mcheni'eliuTtltijeKtHtc
or Sllsslsslppi The -CapHal Prlxe
wlthln lirtcer mile or aiempblM, on
the Klaslsslppl nnd f ennessee Itnll
rood.. r.
r- ".J.i
ThelindJ areadapted toftfaaigrewth bfirrain.
fcottoni graphs, etear4J -oh&ap&r than Govern
ment landsin, cold. latitude, at tfat dollar and
quarter per acre:' The average cost of these
lands is seven dollafffper acre. Tickets may b9
had by aplHcatjonrta the Memphis Agency.
Ten percent, deduction in favor of club3 of ten
or more. iuiyldtf
JIN CflANCEKY AT
CA3IDE.V, TENN.
J. T.
Waggoner vs. Boon Giblitr and others
Original Bill. '
"TT"ATPPEARrNGTO THE SATISFACTION
the bill, which f e iwern to. fhat W m. Mans
oM nneof the deferldants in this cause, is a
t non-resident of tbo State ot Tennessee; so the
cjruinary proves? w i cmiuu. nurvcuupuu
himr it is therefore ordered that publication bo
made for four cons ecutivo weeks in the Union
"and Dhpatch. a newspaper published in the
city of ixashrille, Tennessee, xemiirinf said de
fendant to appear at the ofieeof tho Oerk and
Master of the Chancery Cenrt at Camden, on tho
rule d7 in October next, then and there to
plead, answer or demur to the complainant's
bill or the same will be taken for confessed and
UetfortriMex
full)-4t '
'sat .
---OKI3.wIVaE;W
'" "
.1 S it
AT
G. B. ABBOTT'S,
39 . ,'Nortiii ' College Str'eet.
STYLES OF
i i... .
Frock and- Sack Gloats,
i . ' . ' -4
JSHEGkXTB USXKESS SpITS.
Buck .inch Coats,
PANTS AND' V.ESTS.
Beautiful White and Fancy
MA;jsiciis Vests.,
. SIE3IIri1iE?j
The beat. made aid best fitting, at very low prices
Gentlemen's UmlevHvcar,
OtOTES, '" '
SVSPNCRS,
HALF IIOSK, KTC.
A largo stock of Cloths, Casimeres and Vest
ings, fine Duck Linens of various colors: All of
which will bo made to order in tho best manner
and
WARRANTED TO ITT.
junel
Shelby Female Institute,
Cornqr of Broad anil Tine Sts.,
NASHVILLE TENN.
niHE SECOND ANNUAL SESSION OF
JL this Institution will commence on the first,
aionday or September, divided into two
terms of five5 months each. Tho advantages
offered by this Institute' arq a sound, and liberal
English education, while every opportunity is
afforded pupils id Vocal and Instrumental
Music, Ancient and Modern Languages, and
Ornamental Branches. ,
In the Musical Department, the services of
the talented Lndy Musician and Vocalist, whose
skill was so fully apprceihted last session, have
been again secured, and in addition a resident
Professor, who has heretofore been associated
with the Principal, will giyo first-class instruc
tions on the PIANO. HARP, ORGAN and
GUITAR. , , .
Tha Department of Modern, Languages yvill
have at its head a native French woman, and
the French and German will be taught; as
spoken languages. I
The ScientififfDepartmentis unrivalled mitho
South for the completeness ot its Apparatus,
collection of Minerals and Pictorial' Illustra
tions, and- will continue to be taught by 'tho
Vice Principal, formerly Professor in the Nash
ville University, and whose abilities are so irell .
The position of the buildings, formerly known
as the Shelby Medical College, is central, airy
and convenient, and the most careful attention
is paid to tho health, comfort, habits; moral and
religious improvement of the pupils;
The Principal confidently appeals to- the; re
sults of the past session for the best, certificate
of the character and success of the Institution.
TERMS Board and English tuition, session
of live months. $180. .-,.. . , I
For terms of day pupils and. other informa
tion, see Catalogue or apply at the Institute.
OEO. G. BUTLER. A.M;. Principal.
G.E0. S. ULACKIE, A.M., M. D Vico Pnncip.il.
jy20diw2m . .. ,
B.. G., P.AT. copy in daily 2m.1
University of Virginia.
DEl'AitTJIKNT OF F.XfilN EBBING
AXD'APPMED SCIENCE.. ' ,'
riMUS, DEPARTMENT IS DESIGNED TO
JL prepare young men in the most thorough
manner as Civil nnd Mining Engineers, to de
velop the material resources of the country.
The instruction is given by lectures, by text
books, by practice in the field, in the laboratory,
and with the drawing board. The course of in
struction is embraced in the following schools :
I. School of Puro Mathematics Prof. Cms,
S. Venablk.
II. School of Natural Philosophy Prof.
Fb4ncis H. Sunn.
III. School of Chemistry Prof. S. MaupiK.
IV. School of Applied Mathematics Assist
ant Prof. L. BffiCKn.
V. School of Mineralogy and Geology Prof.
F. n. Smith,
VI. School of Technology and Agricultural
Science Professor to bo-elcctod September 4.
Thesessibn commences October 1.
For full circulars apply to
, f. AlAUriN, Chairman.
jy251aw3w
Cnmbeiland University,
LEBANON, TENN,
QINCE THE ADDITION OF OEN.STEWART
J and Prof.SAFFORD to the Faculty, and tho
establishment of a
PREPARATORY SCHOOL
Of the very highest grade, all the seven chairs in
the Literary Department are filled so well that
its friends would not exchange teachers with any
other College in America.
Next session opens
FIRST MONDAY IN SEPTIOICU.
For Catalogues, apply at the Banner of Peace
office, Nashville, or address the President, B. W.
MCDONALD, Lebanon. Tenn.
innel tf
KENTUCKY
MILITARY INSTITUTE.
COI.. K. T. P. AIXEN ....... ....Snp't.
ASSISTED HY AiV ABLE FACULTY.
rpHE COURSE OF STUDY IS THAT USU-
JL ally taught in tne Desc conees, wun apeciai
ni 1 11 HUH 11. .11 rtiiinuion, o ...... .-. -.
Tlie tcndeuile Yenr bcfflns on tlie
jirst Hlondny In fieptcmbcr this year
Qeptcmoer uuuuj u i iij nitunui luiciuiuaiuu
forty (40) weeks.
Lights, Fuel and. Washing, (currency,) three
nunarea ana uiiy uuuara KtMvt vki iuouiiu
Year, one-balf payable in advance, and the re-
. 1 . . . mvh:.a,:a fxin..!..
.Address the Superintendent at Farmdale Post-
UU1C4. i. 1 Utl " 1 1 1. V-V. nil . J . HJ jvm v. i
SHERIFF'S SAIiE.
BY VIRTUE OF A VENDI. EXPONAS TO
me directed, and delivered from; the Hon
orable Supreme Court of Davidson county, Ten'
nessce. at its June return term, 18B7, 1 trill , ex
pose to public sale to the highest bidder j for
cash, at the- Courthouse door in the. city: of
Nashville, on SATURDAY, the 2tth day of
August. 1667. all tha right, title, claim, interest
and estate which W.D. RoberUon then had, or
mar have sinceacquired, in tho following de
scribed real estate ": A piece or parcel of iand in
Davidson county,.Tenn., abouteighty or eighty
five feet front, bounded as follows: Beginning
at a point forty from and norh of Nancy
Reeves.' N. E. comer on MoLemore street, and
running thenee north with McLemore Jreet
-eighty feet, more-or loss, to the lot. part of the
iriginal lot 110 or 115 feet; and thence west with
the line of Ledbetler's lot 1(H feet; to tile line
6f Lucy Knowles lot; thence south-with her
-line eighty feet,.mor or less.. to the Jot pur
chased by Newlandt thence with hut lino lftl
feet to the beginning-Book No. 30, page W;
being levied on as tho property or W. D. Rob
ertson. to satisfy a judgment, rendered in favor
jof J.Luinsden k Co. against K. L. Crenshaw
.and W. D. Roberuon.
By W. C. Shaw. Deputy Sheriff,
augl lawtd
CHEGARAY INSTITUTE.
. (FRENCH AND ENGLISH.)
T70R-Y0ONO LADIES. BQARDING. ANC
J? Day Pupils, 1527 and 1029 Npriiro
HtreU PHILADELPHIA. Pa., will re-open
--MITTlflDAT. Seotefflbert!).
. Erench is the language of the family, and is
edasiantly spoken in the Institnte-.
jrfMADAME D'HERVILLY,
jnay21 3m jrep Principal:
3IUSICJE1VSTRIJCTIOW.
THE UNDERSIGNED WILL CONTINUE
to give instruction on the Piano, Organ,
Harp, in Singing and thorough Bass, during the
ensuing San on , on his former terms : $50 00 a
Session of five months, half in advance, or (10 09
per month for two leeons weekly. He further
states thnt'ho'will open Accommodation Classes
either at the-hotuej of his pupih or in separate
class-room?, on the following terms :
A clan Of two young ladies (sisters or friends)
for two hours weekly JG 00 each per month, or
$12 00 together.
Three young ladies (sisters or friends) three
hours weekly, each $C 00 per month, or SIS 00
together.
Applications for entering in a class can only
be made by two or three pupils Jointly, at dimes
K. McCIum'4 Mtuie Store, No. 3SUnion street.
I will givo to. faor orphan children oi Confed
erate soldiers if they enter such classes, gratui
tously, instruction for the time of ten mcnth?,
commencing latigepteniber next, and Mr. J. A.
McClure offers noVorily the free use of hu
Pianos, at his antic room, above his store, but
wilt also furnish-tho necessary shest-musio te
such pupils. u.
auc9-lm HENRY WEBER.
.i -i.
L. ,JnShan(rxiLya5hllg-.
r- .-. r m.riin- n!f .ml
Stat nf TpnnwiM Office Clerk and Master.
I .Chaneery Court at Nashville, July the lQtb. 1857.
' A. S. Chadbnurne Jfc Co., complainants, vs. J.
EdwaHi Stacey et als., defendants.
TT4-PPKARING FROM AFFIDA.VITFILED
! x in this cause that the defendant?; D. Harper.
! Jr-. ai.d Sears E.Smith are non-xesidenU of the
the ;itato of Tennessee: it is therefore ordered
that they enter their appearance herein beforo
or w5thin the first three days of the next term of
I said Court, to be held on tho first Monday in
.luvciuuci 4"i anu picM, answer ur
demnr to complainants' bill, or the same Will be
taken for confessed as to them and set for hear
ing 'ex parte, and that a copy of thi order be
published for four consecutive . weeka . in tha i
iasnvnie pnion anu Aiispatcn.
A copy Attest : M. B. nOWE
. .. Clerk and Master.
Q. P. Thruston. Sol r forcomp'ts. aug!3 wit
In Chancery at Nashville.
State of Tennessee Offico Clerk and Master.
Chancery Court at Nashville, August the 6th.
1S67.'
A. S. Rahm. Ex. etc.. complainant, vs. A. B.
Montgomery et als;. defendants.
T T APPEARING FROM AFFIDAVIT FILED
JL in this cause that defendants, A. B. Mont
gomery and John W, Hughe, are non-residents
of the State of Tennessee: it is therefore ordered
that thoy enter their appearanco heroin before or
within tne first threedays of thencxt term of said
Court, t6 bo held on the first Monday in Novem
ber next, 1867, and plead, answer or demur to
complainant's bill, or the tame will be taken for
confessed as to them and set for hearing ex
parte, and that a copy of thii order be published
for lour consecutive weeks ia the Nashville
Union and Dispatch, -.a,.tt
A copy-Attest; if. B. H0WBLL.
Clerk and Master.
McClariahani Clare, and Lindaley ASteser,
Sol'rs for compl't ang!3 w4t
In Chancery at Nashville.
State of Tennessee Office Clerk and Master,
Chancery Court at Nashville, August the 7th,
186T
R. T. noskins, complainant, vs. Laban Aber-
nathy, Jr. et als., defendants;
TTAPPEARING FROM AFFIDAVIT FILED
-- in this cause that tha defendant, Jordan Aber
nathy, is anon-resident of the State of Tennes
see; it is therfore ordered that he enter his
appearance herein befpre or within the first three
days of tho next term of said Court, to be held
on the first Monday in November next, 1S67, and
plead, answer or demur to. complainant's biU, or
thesame will be takenforconfessedostohimsnd
set for hearing ex parte, and that a copy of this
order be published for four conieeutive weeks in
the Nashville Union and Dispatch.
A copy Attest : M.B.llOWELL.
Clerk and Master,
Abram L. Demoss, Sol'c for Cotap'a, ,- uugi3 w4t
In Chancery: at NashvilleJ
State of Tenneesee Office Clerk and MasUr.
Chancery Court at Nashville. May tb23d, 18o7.
The First National Bank et als.. complainants,
vs. Frank E. Perrin etals., defendants.
APPEARING FROM AFFIDAVIT FILED
in this cause that tha defendants, S. Au bach
A: Co., C.P. Westcott, Isaac L. Woods, Wilson,
Peters k Co., AVm. H. Dillingham. A. Peter,
Thos. E. Wilson and E. H. Lewis, hro non
residents of the State of Tennessee: it, is
therefore ordered that they enter their ap-
Searance herein before or within the first three
ays of the next term of said Court; to bo held
pn the first-Monday in November next, 1867, find
plead, answer or demur to complainant's bill, or
the same will be taken for confe.isod as .to them
and set for hearing x parte, and that a' py
of this order bo published for four consecutive
weeks in tho Na3hvllle Union and Dispatch.
A copy Attest: M. B. HOW ELL.
Clerk and Master.
R. McP. Smith. R.STuthill, Sol'rs for com
plainants. june r4t
WASHING MADE EASY!
jlaycr'M Improved Soap
I S NOW MANUFACTURED IN THIS CITY.
X and offered to the public' a the best Soap
fofthe Wash Tub ever invented. -If saVes time
and makes the washing of th,e largest family a
light job, requiring no boiling, no rubbing on
washboards, no bluing, but simply clean water
and good squeezing. It removed Printers Ink,
Coach Grease, and Grease of all kinds, without
th slightest injurs to color or textuxa of
material.
Tltr IT1 TRY IT! and be convinced.
Fer sale by
ARMISTEAD k WOODS and
J. T. BROWN. Public Square".
Aml b L. L. COLEMAN, Druggist.!
augii tf 210 Church streat.
UNIVERSITY ormii.
THE NEXT SESSION OF THIS INSTITU
tion will begin on the flrt day orOCto
bcr,lC7, and end on. tho Thursday preceding
the Fourth of, Jnly, 1853. t -
To be admitted as a student, the applicant
mmt be sixteen years of age- There U no pre
scribed. wrrfcuunof studies in this Institution.
Every student may select tho schools be will
attend, but' In the Academic Department! he.
must attend at least three, unless by leavrf of
the Faculty ho be allowed to attend less than
three, The method of instruction is bylectures
and text-books, accompanied by dally examina
tions. The University is divided into three de
partments :
I. Vesnlcmlc.
Wir. E. Pstkrs, A. M-Prof, of Latin.
B. L. Gildebslbive, Ph.D.. Prof, of Greek.
M. Schsle Dtr Verb, LLJ)., Prof, of Modem
' Languages.
Ch. S. Vknablb. A. M., ProCnf Mathematics.
Leopold J. Bokck. Adjct. Prof, ot Applied
Mathematics. , . , , . .
FitANOtsH. Smith. A. M., Prof, of Natural Phi
losophy. S-Macpik, A. M.. Prof, of Chemistry.
(To bo appointed Sept. 4th,) Prof, of Tech
nology and Agricultural Science.
W. H. McGnPFKT, D. D., LL.D., Prof, of Moral
Philosophy. , -. .
Geo, Fbed. JIolmfs. LL.D., Prof, of Jlistory.
Literature and Rhetoric.
ir. iLa-w.
John B. Misob. LLJ).. Prof, of Common and
Statute Law. . . . ,
S. V. SotrrnjLi, Prof, of Constitutional andan-
ternatlonal Law.McrcantiloLawand Bqultyt
IIT. Mcdlonl.
(To be appointed Sept. 4th,) Prof, of Medieino
and Obstetrira. .,,,, ,
J. L. Cabell, M. D.. Prof, of Physiology and
J.sfDAViIrM.D., Prof, of Anatomy and Ma
teria Medica, ., . A .
S. Mahpin, M. D., Prof, of Chemistry Und
Pharmacy. ,
J. E- Chanckllob, M. D.t Demonstrator of
The aggregate espensesof the student, for the
session ot nine months, exclusive oPtext-books,
clothing and pocket money, will bo about as
foUows Aeaaemi8 student, attending three
Professors, J360. ;. ,
II. For the Law Student, attending tho full
- r T . enc
guursQuiuan, .....
III. For tho Medical Student, attending the
tun Meaicai course, paw. 1
Of these sums, respectively, 22o, S230 and $250
will be required in advance, and the balance in
the progress of the session.
For Catalogues, giving details of the organi
zation of the schools, plan of instruction, ex
pensed, etc., address tt m. Wertenbaker. Secre
tary, or S- MAWIN,
Chairman of tho Faculty.
P. O. University of Va.
TheBoard of Visitors willmeelat the Unlfer
sity on the 4th of September next, to appoint a
Professor of Medieicine and Obstetrics. In place
ot Prof. Howard, resigned, and a Professor ot
the recently, created chair of Technology and
Agricultural Science. Applications for these
Profeworshlps should be addressed tp the Rec
tor and Viators of the University of Virginia
care oHYm. Wertenbaker. Secretary. I
3. MAUPIN, Chairman.
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Gumberlami Female College,
Mc5IINNl'ItE, TEX IV.
1. ."tt. BOSSEI,!,, A. M., President.
qiHR NEXT SESSION WILL BEGIN SEl'
x tember 2. 1867
Col. DONNELL will bo ajsisted-ba full
Board of nblc and elUcleut Xenctierx.
The location of this Institutlbn It peculiarly
favorable. Aiouinnviue 1 easuyccessioi! ny
railroad; Is extensively known as one of tho
most healthful localities of Tennessee; is tur
roundefl by the most beautiful seentry. and has
always been remarkably exempt irom meiTCva
lencaof epidemied.
Exfkssis roa Twestt ek '
TuitiuninPreparatory Department 8IO to $18
Tuition in Uiuegtaieueparttncnt so to
'tuition in juusm
Use of Instrument for praetieo S
Contingent Fee .- v I lio
Board, including" lodging, light and
fuel ..-.......; 75
No extra charge is mads for Vocal -Mueiq or
V. C. S31A-KTT, Secretary.
Bgl6dlw-wlm . j
SHERIFF'S SALE.
DY VIRTUE OF TWO VENDI. EXPO
1 . . 1 , , . . . . ...j K.t
delivered from tho Honorable Circuit Court of
ISWUfwill expose topjurflte lettf?tbiiibest
Mader? for "cash, at the Courthousfcdoor m the
eityfajhvilIe.-on BATURDAIH tbdlth day
of August, mi, all the right, title, claim, inter
est and eotate which M. C. fculzbacher then bad.
or may fiave since acquirea. in ino joijuniuk
described real estate. One lot or parcel of land
' .a 1 . . ' P .. .. . Mian m hAffinmnir af a
point on the west side of Market, about 1M feet
nortn Jroni mo inicnocuu " .
forty-three footlot, eonyeyed by Andrew twine
tn Thnmo flume and Gco. C. Allen, by deed
:..A.m4 in Ttnnk Nn Ctl nnsn Tfft. in the Rpiiv-
ters otties 01 AJaviawja cvuniy, aou runoine
northwardly with the uttt margin of Market
McCluro corner; thence with their line weat-
... . . f . . , . - . e . 1 1 .
Waruiy IJO leei, racre or lew, 10 a uo iw. ue-:
thence southwardly with said alley thirty feet
three incnes, lo r.-iuj corner ; wu muqo
eastwardly with Ewing4 line 105. more or
less, to the. beitinningi beinajevitd 50 ai 1 the
property or 41. V. sulioacner joiaimy inrea
judgments rendered in favor of A. r. Uon, 3!.
sotin.ana m. x-oiw '-j,
By W. C. SnxwAJepnty tjnenu
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A VALUABLE TRACT OP IjAnD. HTTi r.
2X. ated. in the neighborhood of Trinna. W11.
liamson county, Tennessee, is offered for sale by
tha subscriber. The soil is rich, and is well
adapted to,thoproduction of cotton, wheat, com
and other cereal crops. It is near the Nashville
and Nolensville Turnpike, and very convenient
to two academies and several churches, and ia
surrounded by excellent society. It ia finely
watered with a creek of running water entirely
through the land, and several never-failing
springs. It is well adapted to blue grass, and
the bottpm land to meadows. An excellent
stock farm might be made of it. on account of
tho water nod the hill land, being suited for
grass-. The tract contains 320 acres, and if the
purchaser should desire it. adjoining lands eta
be purchased. A bargain can be bought by apply
ing to the undersigned, or to John S. Claybroot,
who is authorized to sell it.
apr2tf WILLIAM B. BEASLEY.
SHERIFF'S SAXE.
BY VIRTUE OF A VENDI. EXPONAS TO
me directed, and delivered from tho Hon
orable Supreme Court of Davidson county, Ten
nessee, at its June return term. 1S67, I will ex
pose to public sale to the highest bidder, for
cash, at tne Courthouse door in the city of Nash
ville. onSATCRDAY, the 31th day of August.
1S67. all the right title, claim, interest and
estate whit-h A. Creel then hod, or may have
since acquired, jn the fellewing-deseribed real
estate, to-wit : A piece or pored of land in
Davidson oounty. six shares, bounded north by
James ttrirht, south by M. J. Creel, east by
Sarah Morrfe seuth by T. (Heave and Sarah
A. Baker and W. C- Dodsen. and west by W.
C. Dodson. in all 110 acres ; being levied on aj
the property of A. Creet to satisfy a judgment
in favorof W. B. Yeung against A. Creel.
, E, E. PATTSrS&N, 3erifL
By W.C. Shaw. Deputy Sheriff,
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In Chancery at Nashville.
State oMennessee Office erk and Master,
Chancery,; Court-at Nashville, August the 2d.
1867.
J. G. IFellows, complainant, vs. J. O, Owen et
als., defendant.
TT APPEARING FROM AFFIDAVIT FILED
1 in this cause that defendant, H. Elizabeth.
Baldwin. Charlotte H. Baldwin. Elisabeth B.
Baldwin. John M- Baldwin and Rowena L.
Baldwin, are win-residents f the State
of Tennessee: it is therefore orders! that
'they enter their appearance herein before or
within tho first thi-e days of the next term of
said Court, to bo held on the first Monday in
November next, 1867. and plead, answer or
demur to complainant s bill, or the same will be
taken for confessed as to him and set fer hearing
ex parte, and that a copy of thie order be pub
lished for four consecutive weeks in tho Nash
ville Onion and Dispateh. .,..
A copy Attest: M B. HOWBLL.
Clerk and Master.
Ewing k Pritehitt, Sol'rs fer comp't.
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In Chancery at Nashville.
State of Tennessee Offiee Clerk and Muter.
Chancery Court at Nashville. July the 2th. 1S07.
William Dews, complainant, va. P. Doyle, et
als., defendant!.
IT APPEARING FROM AFFIDA VITPILED
in this cause that tho defendants. P.
Doyle, Geo. R. Simpson and Gee. H. Holden.
are non-residents of the State of Tennessee : it ia
thereforeordered that they entertbeirappearance
herein before or within the first three days of the
next term of said Court, to be held on the first
Monday in November next. 1S67, and plead, an
swer 01 demur to complain snU' hill, or thesame
will betaken for coaleascd as to them and set for
hearing 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.
. Gnild.rSmith. k Guild, and Bate k Williams,
Sol'rs tor c6mp'ts. augl3 wtt
.Id Chancery at Nashville.
State of Tenncsseee Oflaee Clerk and Master,
ChandfryConrt.'atZfashviiIe, July thelVth, 187.
J. K. Jaffn ly 4H3orrt,-cmplainants. vs. Lafay-
- ettCfBecebetals.. defendants.
TTAPPEARINO f ROM AFFIDAVIT FIXED
-1 lir thU cause thai the defendant. Lafayette
Beech, is anon-resident of theStat of Tenneitoe :
it is thereforeordered that he ester his appear
anoehercfn beforo oc witfcfct the first three days
of the next term of said' Court, te be held on
the first Monday in November next. 1387. and
plead, answer or demur to unplainanta' bill, or
the snmo will be taken for i-onfesoed aa to him
and set forbeurink ex parte; and that a eepy of
this order be published for four eonseeutive
weeks in the Nashville-Union and Dwnateh.
A copy Attest j M B. HOWELL,
Clerk and Master.
Dr F, Wilkin. Sol'r for Comp't. augU wft
SHERIFF'S SAE.
B"
Y VIRTUE OF A VENDI. EXPONAS TO
me directed, and delivered from the Hon
orable Supremo Cnart 6f Davidson county, Ten
nessee, at ita June return term. 1H7, I will ex
pose to public sale to the highest bidder, for
ensb. at the Courthonin deer in the eity of
Nashville, on SATURDAY, the Wth day of
August, 1887, all thflTlght.-tltle. claim, interest
and estate wb.Ielt.R. Sheraton then had. er
mar have sinap acquired, in the following de
scribed real estate, to-wit A lot ef ground in
Davidson county, Tenn , and in the i-i ty of Naeh
ville. fronting on the east sWe of Cherry street,
being part o( Nn 36 in CarapbeM's South Nash
ville lots, beginning at a stake. W. II. Hasan's
south corner; running tbencn thirty feet south
to the corner cf another lot of mine; Uhm at
right angles from said street 134U feet, wore or
less, to a ten toot alley; thence aloBgHaM alley
thirty feet to ft stake; thenee at right angles
from said alley 13314 feet, to the beginning see
Book No. 24, jage 5i 3: being levied on as tho
property of S. It. Thornton, te satisfy a judg
ment infavor of Thos. S Kiae, adm'r, against
J. J. D. Tt. Shumate and S. R. Thornton.
E. E, PATTBRSON. 8heriff.
By W. C. Skaw, Deputy Sbenff.
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In Chancery at NaahviHe.
Stato of Tennessee Office Clerk and Master,
Chancery Court atNashvllle, July the 15th, 1837.
John B. Shackelett et als-, eemplatnanU. vs.
Louisa F. White et ali.. defendanU.
TTAPPEARING FROM AFFIDAVIT FILED
-- in this cause that the defendant, Leuba F.
White, is a non-resident ef the State of Tennes
see: it is therefore ordered that the enter her
appearance herein before or within the firet
three days of the next term of said Court, to be
held on the first Monday in November next,
1867, and plead, answer or demur te complain
ants' bill, or the same will betaken for confessed
as tocher and set for hearing ex parte, and that
a copy of this ojilor be publiehed for four eon
seeutive weeks in theNnshville Union and Dts
atch. A copy Attest: M. B. HOWELL.
Clerk and Master.
D. F. Wilkin. Sol'r for eompV. aaglS wtt
la Chancery at Nashville.
Slate of Tennessee Office Clerk and Muter.
Chancery Court at Nashville, July the 2Jd, 1807.
John B. Johnson, complainant, xt. 8. W. Chil
dress, Trustee, etc., and other, defendanU.
TTAPPEARING FROM AFFIDAVIT FILED
X in this cause that defendant, L. It. Morse
is a non-resident of the State of Tenneaaee:
it is therefore ordered that he enter his appear
ance herein before or within the first three days
of the next term of said Court, to bo held on the
first Monday In November next, IS-", and plead,
answer or demur to complainant's bill, or the
same wiU be taken for confessed as to him aad
set for hearing ox parte, and that a eepy of tats
order be published for four consecutive wiisks in
the Nashville Union and Dispateh.
A copy-Attest: M. liOWBIL,
Clerk and Matter,
I IE- F.Mnlley.Sol 'rforeeap't. aBw4t
In Chancery t Nashville.
State of Tennesoee Office Clerk and Master,
Chancery Court at Nashville, July the 19th, 1W.
M. Goeppcr, complainant, vs. John Fraieh et
alsdefendant
TT APPEARINfTFROM AFFIDAVIT FILED
-- in tbU cause that the defendant, Jehn En
gtln, is a non-resident of the State of Tennes
see: it is therefore ordered that ho eater Ms ap
pearance herein before or within tha first tfroe
dayj of the next term of said Court, to be held
on the first Monday in November next, lST.,and
plead, answer or demur to complainants' bill, or
the same will be taken for confessed aa to him
and set for hearing ex parte, and that a eepy of
thb order be published fer four eosfeestive
weekaizrtbe Nashville Union and Dispatch.
A copyAttest; , B. HOWBLL.
Clerk and MaMer.
R. McP Smithy Sol'r for oomp'U aagia wtt
8TATK- OF TEXSiyJSEE, DATXIXSON'
cocsnrr.
William Shane ri. John A. MHea Attachment
TN THIS CAUSE IT APPEARING TO THE
1- Court, from the affidavit filed in tbie eattse,
that John A. Miles if a non-resident ef the
SUto of Tennessee, to that the erdiaecr pro
cess of the law cannot be served upea Ha : it
It therefore ordered bv tbe Court (bat publica
tion ha mad in the Nashvllla Union and Dit-
Satcb,- a newspaper published in thoty of
tishville, for fburtueeiwsrve weeltf, eemraand
Ing the said John A. Miles to appear before T.
I). Cossetty. Ecq.. a Jtuttee of the Peaee for said
oeunty, at fair office on Deaderiek ttxeftt, la the
eity of Nashville, on tbe teeend day of Septem
ber, 1SC7, at 10 o'eleck a. jr.. and defend the
action eemmeaceJ by attachment, etberwte
the ea use will bej'reedeJwip.
fur Davidson county. Tenneesee.
jyZTwtr
In. Chancery at Nah villa,
State ot TeanetiHf OfSee Clerk, ant),. Master.
ChaneerrCenrt atNashrflle. JufytBe Mr.U?.
Andrew J.tDusjn, ojmplalnant, y. the Na
tional Hank ef Coaiiuarce otBtMoB.Jditf: et
!., defendaw.
I T APPEARING PRO.MAPPTDAVPT WLBD
1 In this eansa that the. defendoat; Ike
National iiaukpf Comraerefl, ef BeetM. Mom.,
and Wm.lltlk Jainee T. Pace. Wm. D. Laven
der and lifefaard P. ' er. eowwWng the
firm of Bell. Pace, Lara r z Co., are nea
retidenta of tbe Sute m TeuneMees it is
therefore ordered that they enter UWr ap
pearance herein before er within tne firt three
days of the next term ef laid Onart, to be keht
on the first Monday in November next. MK7, and
plead, answer or demur to eowplafoant' bill,
or thesame will be taken fer eoefeMfcl to
them and set fur bearteg exparte, and tnat a
copy of tli mi order be nabnahef fftr fjr eoMeeu
live weeks in the Nashville 1 Unisn 1 and Diensteh.
A copy Attest: M. U. HOWELL,
Clerk and Master.
John S. Brien ABureh; auUd, Smith k Guild.
Sol'rs for eempI'M. aeglS wtt
Pure Wine Healthy Snraiaer
Drink.
-rnlixr Til" ca vn r onW ir iiuvm
J street, has for e a gwwiine artlele ofRhtin
Wine, vinuie ef "K ami '& wbfch win be raid
iftftm IIM Ahmn !)niM4h wM fV.it.-..
inv Inmmef nnthe ma I.ahIiLI
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upvn u Kcaiuae. ' laiyneai.
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