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Hereafter the cash system will he adhered to, and no transient advertisements will be we en unless accompanied by the money. e t , J (Mine, W Auujiis & Oo.f "' Urnon and Dispatch. ROBERTA. WaTTEB&ON & PuBTIgJ e .' t . 1 Banner. Tiuf i Winiiam. ... .. . FerJPreasand Times Co. - Nashville. Tnn.4 Jan22. im. -' r Hols lit Horse-. It is hard sometimes to disHnguHh be tween nn nttaok of Lots and one of the oolic. The foJowin remedy is said to he equally efficient in either: Tho reason that a hot can retbt the action of the agents administered, is his power of draw ing his head into the walls of the stomach by his tentacle. But he onnnot resist chloroform. A tablospoonful of chloro form, aorooned by a couplfc of spoonfuls of any good mucilage, will make him let go his hold on the stomali evan. after having bored nearly through. ' " f T ' ' I'Inslor in n Dry Kenton. The following from tho Eon du Lac (Wis.) Northern Farmer will bo interest ing te farmers in this section : At no time lias the beneficial use of gyp- 3 in or land piaster been no apparent, as uring the present dry season. re have esnversed with many farmers who have useU it, and all aeree that without it their clover, gram, and grain crops would have been very light. We had unreed. from hearing many farmers' opinions, and from reading various works on the use of gyp sum, that it was of little or no value on wheat or other cereal crops ; but from two respectable sources we are assured It is a mistaken idea, and that it has produced a marked change in the wheat crop of both parties. In the case of Mr. George More, llyren, Fon du Lac county : he had a patch f wheat on a piece of sod ground which had turned yellow, and he thought would be worthies ; he took a small quantity of plaster and sowed on it, and now, that is the host looking pieee of wheat on his farm. Prom all quarters we liear of its aood effects, and although the use of it has Tnaroascd fifty por cent, this season, com pared with last, it bids fair to excel it an other year. Very many of those who were skeptical heretofore, lwve now been convinced of its fjreat value as a fertiliser, and we hope soon to eee it in use on every farm in the country. It should be used as an absorbent around the out-houses, in the manure heap, in the stable and bog-pen. It destroys the effluvia by absorbing the ammonia arising therefrom, nndata proper time gives it up whea spread upon the soil with the manure. NwiMomililo Itonljips. The following reoipos will be found very useful to heliSebeefssrs nt this season : Marlmadr an Qdikces' Psj-c, , core and iuartor the quinces, and put them in cold water over a slpw fire, until they be come soft. Put the cores and parings with a stick or two of cinnamon in a saucenan of '"water,; and let it bell ddwn iff a' -flack, glutinous substance; then strain, and dis solve in it the sugar, pound for pound with the fruit. Mash the quinces with n wooden spoon, in a dish, mix the pulp and the dis solved sugar together in a preserving pan, and boil for about half an hour, keeping it well stirred. CnvsTALwnn Fiitrrr. When the fruit is preserved, take it from the syrup and set it in a cool oven to dry. Dissolve three pounds of loaf sugar in half a pint of water ; add to it the while of an egg, well whisked, and sot it orora moderate fire. When it bolls up throw on a little cold iwater, which will still it and leave time for removing Hsum; repeat this as ofton as any scum rises; when the syrup is boiled to candy highl, bright and olear, take it ff the fire. I)lp the dried fruit into it while warm, and dry it agaun Qdince JeuA Take some yellow quinces, not over ripe: peel and cut them in quarters, and boil them in water enough to qevor them. When they have been well boiled, squccse thorn through a muslin stralnor rfln the juice through a jelly bag to clarify it; measure it, and to each pint add the juice of a lemon strained. 'Fer every pint of liquid allow a pound of dou ble rofined sugar; powder ft and put it in a jarfn a quick oven, stir it occasionally, that it may be well heated through. Mean time put the quince juice over a good fire; when it oomes to & boil skim, anfllet it boil fast for five minutes, then stir in the hot sugar, keep it boiling two minutes longer, and pour it into pots smmon as it has oooled-a little. Thhf h a French re ceipt which can be relied on in making jelly of all kinds. While less troublesome than the usual method of boiling the juice and sugar together from the first," the jelly is superior in color and flavor. . .n Twiato Sauce for Winter UaB,r-One peolv ft tomatoes, six onions sliced, two heatigQf eelery, a doten shalols, one ounce of eayonne pepper, half an ounce of black pepTV ono once of mace in powder. Slice them into a. well tinned saucepan, mixing the seasoning with them as they are cut p ; boil, keeping them Well stirred ; when lhfOwhly soft drain off tli water and rub thr&ticn a hair solve. Boll it again till it ,is fhick as apple sauce. Put it into bottles and oerk close. Put the bottles into a atewpan, fill it with (told water and let it boll ler twenty minutes, iveep in a reol plaec. ' Examine the bottles occasionally, and if there is the leapt indication of a change turn it into thtf "kettles again, boil and skfm It, keeping It well stirred from the bottom that it a not adhere, and put it into the bottles tigam. When required for use, warm what ie jpar ted with a little gravy. It is as nfce r?ben fresh done, and will befouml Qft with calf s head or brains, beef, muttlHBrk or goose. An onion or a shalot, boiled in the gravy with whioh it is mixed, will be an improvement. IIktsb on Pickling. Never use braes, oeppor'er bell metal kettles for piokliny, bceaose the verdigris produced in them by the vlnogar is very poisonous. Kettles lined with porcolain are the best, and if you cannot p noon re them, block tin may be sub stituted; iron is apt to discolor any acid that is boiled in it. Vinegar for jiiokles sIkhiUI always be of the beet cider kind. In putting awajr pickles nee stone or glass jars ; the lead, which is an ingredient in the glaz ing of 'common earthenware, is rendered very" pernicious by the action of the vinegar. Have'a large wooden spoon ami a fork for ihe express psi-pose of taking pickles out of the jar when you want them for tkf ta ble; see that while in the jar they are al ways completely covered with vinegar. If you discern in them any symptoms of not keeping well, do them over again in fresh vinegar and spice. The jars should be stopped with large flat corks, fitting closely, H 1.0ft -40 8.0M 4 1 4.001 6.00 8.0SI! ft I iM 60l 6 '.HO 9.00 12JX 16.50 21.0U' 7 I 7.00 WO 14.09 iSM XO( 8 8.(0 1100 16.00 2L -00 9 I lSfl 18.00 3lTB 5p0 10 iw.oo i5.oo axoo a . 11 UjIX) 582.00 580 .'. 1-' 12.00'KOO St.OO 31.SO 3H.00 Ti w.oo lino 14 14i21.00'28.0l)3fiA 15.00 WllrnJgllWet6,rLa, ro'mTd pTece 'tjT it'oulifue&ar,0&tuspor- - it- is a goou rin o Invest woHllirdajuf the jacfillell with viuui m veryuseiui m exiruuuuo salt from pickles, and in making them firm ana crisp; avervsmall nuantity is sum cient too much will snoil them. In green ing pickles, keep them closely covered, so that none of the steam mayoicape, as its xlojHioji proiiioU' their greemrass, and pre vifff the flavor from evapffiratihg. Vine- far ami spice for pickl'es should be boiled ut a few minutes too much boiling takes away inestrengiu. PbbsbevedPjeaches. Choose the white ding-stones, known by the name of the Heath peach. Insert the" knife at the-etem and cut tifejii longitudinally through to the sujuu. nrjngouitiic stones by plaoing one hand on each half of the peach, unci ..i.i i ? i . . . . auuueniy give eacu a turn in opposite ut rections i, the fruit will break in half, leav ing the stone attached to one side. With a pointed knife it may easily be extracted ARer the peaches have all been prepared in IhiB manner pare and . weigh .them. Ihenweigh a pound of sugar for each pound of fruit. Put the sugar into a prer serving kettle, and allow a gill of water to each pound of sugar. ,Let the sibar stand until illsMerfeatljlIssplvcd before it is put on the flr&V. to ton pOunda of sttgar add the half of a white of an egg, well beaten, a piece of Russian isinglass, about an inch square, dissolved in two tablespoonsful of water, bet tne kettle over the fire, and as soon as the syrup begins to boil skim it. Whe the scum has ceased to rise take the syrup off Ihe fire, pour it into a pan, and wash the keetle in order to prevent th scum which adheres to the sides from boil ing into me jruii. jow pour the syrup Daci; into me kettle, add the fruit to it, and ixiatc ii uvkt j. unsK. ure, lei me iruu ooi last tor about an hour and a quarter, or uu in ii appears translucent when held on : fork toward the ' light. Then take you peaches out very carefully, a niece at : lim6; place them on dishes so aa merely to toucn. rour me syrup in pans, and let it stand until it is about lukewarm. Then put the fruit into your jars and pour the syrup over; paste the jars the next day, CHANCERY SALES FOU Saturday, September 21, 1867 f Thomas Chadwell, Bx'r, eta, vs. Edward Lawrence et als. TN PURSUANCE OP DECREE OF TUB I fthanaAw Pii.t nf V.l. ,'H,. .1 l natted oause, I will sell at the Court House at HMUVilla, nt iz o'clock on SATK1AY, SEPTEMBEIt 21, 1807, Lot No-17 and one-half of Lot No. 10, fronting logeinerseveniy-nvo leci on tnc corner ol Wood land and Fostor streets, in Edgefield, together with Ue vuluiilileJtrlcU DhoIHii House thareoti. Tkbws Credits of one, two and three yewr?, with interest from day of sale. Notes required with approved security and lien retained, bale tree Irnm redemption. MORTON ILIIOWRLL. epltl Clerk and Master. W. II. Watmore and other, vs. W. A. K Welmore and others. TN PURSUANCE OP DBCREB OF THE - Chanry Court at "Nashville, in tho above- named cause, I will sell at the Court House at Antenna, at 1Z o'clock on SATI'KDAY, NEPTEMKHU 21, .1S07, The Store House and Lot No. SBonthe cast fide of Market street, near the Publlf Square, at fiiwuin Huuroui'icnj jny uuu ugeirjuK io pur' basel reuostedto examine the property. TrsMS One-fourth cash, and the residue on credits ol one and two years, with interest from day of tele. Notes required with approved security and a lien retained. Sale free from redemption. .MORTON 13. HOWELL, sepl td Clerk and Master. Alexander Fall and others, Trustees, etc, vs. A. Laroombe and others. TN PURSUANCE OF DECREE OF THE 1 Chancery Court nt Nashville, in the above named cause, I will sell at tho Court House at Nashville, at 12 o'clock sn SATURDAY, SEI'TESIBEK 21, 1H07, A tract of land containing sixty-two acres. lying on the north side of the Cumberland River, known as Lot No. 4 in the division of tho Homo tract of Geo. Stull, deceased. A more specific description can ne seen atinyomce. The land will be divided to suit purchasers. Tebms Credits Of Six, twelve, and eighteen months, with Interest from day of sale. Notes required witn approved security; and a hen re tined. Sale free from redemption. MORTON B. HOWELL, sepl td Clerk and Master. B. E. and J.J. Garrett vs. Geo. J. Hooper, TN PURSUANCE OF DECREE OF THE JL Chancery Court at Nashville, in the above- named cause, I will sell at the Court House at NashVilie, at 12 o'clock on SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1807, "A tract (if land .'fuppoo1 to 'contain fourteen acres, situated in Davidson county, adjoining mo j anus ni itoDeri rowers on uio wait ana cast, and Mrs. Olivia Co-x on the south, and bounded on Uio north by the Alurlreesboro Turnpike." Terms Credit of six months. Notes required wilh approved security, with interest from day of sale, and lien retained. Sale free from redemption. MORTON Ii. HOWELL, sepl td Clerk and Master. Andrew Tyler vs. R. F. Woods, Adm'r, and others. TN PURSUANCE OF DECREE OF THE X Chancery Cnurt at Nashville, in the above named cause, 1 will sell at. the Court Heuse at Nashville, nt l&o'cleek on SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1887, Lots 8 and Sin the plan laid off by 0- W. Nance and Benj. Clements, in South Nashville, front ing each fifty feet on the east sldo of Colleen sti cet, immediately north of the Hewnrd School jjuiiumtr, unu running uacK iuu leei, more or lees, to an alloy. Terms Credit of twelve monfhs. Note re quired with approved seenrity, with interest from date, and lien retained. Sale free from redemption. MORTON 13. HOWELL, sepl td Clerk and Master. In Chancery at Xashville. State of Tennessee Offieo Clerk and Master, Chaneery Court at Nashville, August 20th, 1S67. Sarah Urooks and other, oemnlainants, vs. MahalaS. Brooks, defendant. TT APPEARING FROM AFFIDAVIT FILED in thl cause that the defendant, MahalaS. btooks, m a non-resident ol tho stato or Ten nessee : it is therofore ordered that she enter her appearance herein before r within the first thrco days of the next term of said Court, to bo held on tho first Monday in November next, 1867. and plead, answer or demur to complainants' bill, or the same will bo taken for confessod as to her 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. Acew-Attest: M. B. HOWELL, Clerk and Master. Neill i. Brown. Sol'r for compl'tsr nu22 wit In Chancery at Lintlen. State of Tennessee Office Clark and Master. Chancery tifturt at Linden. August KtlfiVT. Joseph H, CVaiirg et als. vs. Mary Jane Craigg oi ais. RTi?noxrAifflnjAViTp ptttd' thal jaetedaahL iWry. nan-reewciit at uio aue ifiorefltre ordared thntlfi&fintar Trrnpo -hcre:nBena r witnm toe three first days of the next term of said Court, to be held the -second lutday m December, 1S;7, and plead, answer or demur to complain ants bill, er the same will be taken as confessed as to hor and set for hearing ex parte, and that a copy of this order be published for four con secutive weeks in tho Nashville Union and Dispatch. R. M. THOMAS. C. and M. sstSirlt IN BANKRUPTCY. THIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE I TOAT ON a warrant and oancruptson their own nrtiiinn. hn i,. mentaf any debt and delivery of any pwpWty belonging to such bankrupt, to them, or for their use, and transfer of any property by them are forblcn bar laws that a meeting of the crotHtcm ofakl bankrupts, to prove their debt, and to v?Ifi0B.c moJ ?;jnros of their estate, will ,bd,';U cf Bkruptcy to be holden on the S9tfe day of September. A. D. lS07.t io t clock A- x-, at Room No. 6 Courthouse Mur fboro. Teuneesee. beforeR wfc N.ou hty. BrR.E.CAINf-SM,ireh,U'Mewnc"-MpS It Dep. U. S. Marshal. Mewencer. IN BAXICRUPTCY. 'T'HIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE! TnAT ON 1 theh day of Auoust. A D. 1867. a war rant in bankrHptcj- was issued againU the estate of Andrew J. Bbtekmnre, of Samnor county State of Teoneiwe. who has been adjudgedr a bankrupt, on hit orrn petition ; that the pay ment of any debts and del ivory of any property b4fi0Dff retBM bankrupt, to him, or for his tiM. ami triHiefer of any property by him are forbMdM bylaw; that a meeting of the ared itnuafltbeafd bankrupt, te rwc their debts, and to choose ono or more atstgnees of his estate, will be held at a Court of Bankruptcy, to be held en on the 7 th. day of Oetober. A- D. 1867, at 11 o'clock a. m.. at theofSee of the Regis ter in Bankratitfr. At thn HnnriKa.i.n n n.i- latin, Tennessee, before Alexander S. Bradley. Bc.. Register. sept It . r. 6. Marshal, Messenger A. & . . RAMIE, NO. 24 BROAD STREET, Between Market and College streets, W,l,liSA1E BAKERS AXD COK". I FECTIOXEKS, Mnnufaeturers of all kinds of Candies, Crackers. Cakes and Bread. Dealers in all kinds ortruiu. Nuts. Raisins ana Sardines, Oysters, Canned FruitsPickles, Toys. Notions, etc., etc. ' The attention of the city and country mer chants respectfully solicited. WM. KB HQ AN, Salesman. A. fc W. KAXariE. fb231y ; Nashville and Chattanooga ti A X LE Ol j) CHANGE OF TI5IE. Tiro Daily TraiuH Leave Nnshwllle Tor "Wnsliliitois, Nciv York, and nil Points East niuJSontSj. Close ' Counectlons Blade nt Chattn noofrn Moriilns: and Ere-f , 'iilmcfor nllEnslern and Sonfliern Cities. Orriax of Genkkai. Sdperintendknt, " 1 Nishvii.i.k & CnATTAHobdi Railroad Nashville, Tenn., June 18, 167, ON AND AFTER SUNDAY, .TUI.Y 28, 1887, and until further notice, Passenger trains will ran as follows : Leave Nashville for Washington, New York,' Atlanta, Macon, Montgomery, Augusta, Savan nah, New Orleans and Mobile at 5:50 a.m. and 5.00 p. if., arriving in Chattanooga at 2i00 a. ii. and 2:40 p. h,; both Trains making close con nections at Chattanooga with East Tennessee & Georgia and Western & Atlantic Railroad Trains. Returning, leave Chattanooga at 0:10 a. m. and 7:50 p. m., upon arrival of E. T. & Qa. and W. &A. Trains, arriving in Nashville at 4:30 a.m. and 25 p.m. Elegant Palace Slrcpiiiur Cars on nil Night Passenger Trains. Shkletvillk Accommodation Leaves Shel byville 5:00 a. m. and 10:10 p. m., arriving,rin Nashville 11:10 a. v. and 2:35 P. w. Leaves Nashvillo for Shelbyville 5:50 a. is. and 5:00 p. s., arriving in Shelbyvillo9:00 a. m. and 8:55 p. M. W. P. INNES, Wl Sup't. iT. & C. and N. W. R. R J. W. BROWN. Oen'l Pass Agent. iana tt- Louisville aird Nashville AILE OA SUMMER SCIIBDXTLE, 1807. Trains will run as follows : Leave Nashville 3:00 P. M. 5:00 A. M Arrive at Louisville. lI:00 P. M. 1:00 P. M Both Trains mnkn direct connection nt Louis villo with tho .leffersonville Railroad for St. Louis. Chicago. Indianapolis. Cincinnati. Balti more. Washington. Philadelnhia.iind New York Time from Nashville to New York, forty-eight noura over twelve nours quicKcr than any other route. Alorning Train from Nashville connects with United States mail Hue ft earners leaving Louis ville at-t:txj p. m.. connecting at Cincinnati with early morning trains East, Barrage checked trom .Nashville to St. Louis, Chicago, Cincin nati, and all principal Eastern citios. OS- The 3:00 p. . Train from Noshvil. docs not run on SUNDAY. Through passenger train leaving Franklin at 6:54 A. m., and Gallatin nt 7:42 a.m.. arriving at Nashvilleat9:00A.M., and the through passengesr leaving iNasuviiio at&uup. m will accommo date local travel Between JNnsnviuo ana J? rank lin. ALBERT FINK, jy71y Qen'l Superintendent L. N, R. R. WAGONS! I OFFER FOR SALE THE 1AItflFS'P NIIM X bcr and fullest assortment of WAGONS in tne city, at prices as set forth telow. FOUR MULE ARMY AVAGONS, selected and repaireu, compieie, witn aouoie-trees, single trees, stretchers, bows and feed box SJ5 OO. FOUR MULE Lumber or Plantation WAG ONS, scloctod and repaired, complete, with rocking bolster, doublo-trees, single-treos, bows nnu ieou oox sou uii. FOUR MULE ARMY WAGONS, in thn cm. condition as purchased of the Government $25 OO. LUU WAUONb, tor mules or oxen 45 OO to Si w. TWO 110KSK WAGONS, new $10021125 TWO HORSE WAGONS, second hand S65 (0)1111. TWO HOKS13 A.MUULANCEK S5000. Parties purchasing have the privilege of so- lecting the several parts of Wazons from the immense stock on hand, and having them put togetner unuer tneir own direction, provided those already set up do not suit them. All tiros and bands arc re-set, worn boxes re placed with now. INo worn axles are used. Sixty days Citv ncceotances will be roo.cived as cash. S. H. STEVEW8, 231 Spruce Street, On the lino of tho Church and Spruce Street Railroad, Nashville, Tcnn. junc22 3md-2mw IN EQUITY XX RICmrOXD SUPE RIOR COURT, KICIIMOKD COUKTT, GEORGIA. Robert WAtTo.v, Sr., and Wm. A. Walton, Assignees, etc., vs. Wm. D. Ellis and others, Augusta Insurance and Creditors oT tho Banking Company, TO ADVANCE SAID CAUSE AND EXPE dito a final hearing thereof, it is ordered by tho Court that nil persons, bill holders or others, having claims or demands against the said Augusta Insurance and Banking Company, who have not tiled said claims and deposited tho evidences thereof with said Assignees, be, and they nro herebj- required, on or before the first day of January, 1S63, to present said claim, and deposit tho evidences thereof, if in writing. with the said Assignees, in the citv of Augusta. And it is further ordered Unit all such claim ants, by the first (lay of the next term of this Court, do come in and be made'parties defend ants to said bill, and answer the same, and abide by such decree aa may bo therein rendered by tho Court: In default thereof, tho Court will pass suci deeroo as the rules of Equity require It is further ordered that this Interlocutory Decree be published once a month far tour months prior to the next term of this Court, in one of the public gazettes of each of the cities of Augusta, Charleston,. New York, Nashville, Montgomery and New Orleans. JUy the court. W Jl. II. HULL, Solicitor for Complainants. Georgia, nicimoxn county Clerk's Office, Superior CourtRichmond County: I, Lafayette McLaws, Clerk of said Court, do hereby certify that the foregoing is a true copy of the order of tho said Sntiorinr Court in thH ease ol Robert AValten, Sr., and Wm. A. Wal ton, Assignees, etc.. against Win. i). Ellis and others, creditors of the Augusta Insurance and Banking Company, which was recorded in the Book of Minutes of said Court, on the 18th of June, 1S67, folio 317. LA1A1 .nt; iM CLAWS, Clerk. June 20th. 1867.-jy23 lam4m J. H. CURRTSY, UNDERTAKER, AND DEALER IN METALIC BURIAL Cases. No. 70 Unien street, keeps vonstantly on hand a pond assortment of Caskets, Cases and Wood Coffins, and is prepared to furnish everything necessary for funeral at the abort est notiee, both in the cily and country, and at prices as low as any bouse in the city. sugl3 9m J.H. IRTJY. J. LtTMSDEN & CO., UANUriCTOKERS AMP DKALEB3 ?12f HIDES, OILS, LEATTjGB Findings, Curriers' Tools, AO. 3 SOUTn MARKET STR4ET, Ko.jO SASimxii;, TE?rr)rs5EE. aly!3-tf J. L. AT SINS, WO. IIS XORTIt C1TBRUX STREET, AUTHORIZED AGENT for the State of Tnnc& see for Tyrrell' Patrnt Hoof-oxiiandinglloro Shoe, the best invention of thoagoforlainehersofl. Cast off your " old fogy" notions, and givo your horses as much serious attention as yon give other property of the same st rwt frget ,hennmber,:18 North CIierrT anwf.i EhoiDe dono n the bt manner. FOR IftENT, CO1IF0RTABLB DWELLING HOUSE t on South Snrcpn ulrvat n.tk Kitchen. Oool House, etc at present occupied' by Jno. LeJlyctt, Lsq, Inquire at No. 60 North ine street- i-ossesaon fxrea by i tho iota or I atu 2f 3t I September LIFE INSUfeANGK CO. 1 ' 07 !f . Hartford, Coiinccticiit, f'9 - . AtmetH, Jauuar.r ,S4;oOO,000 1st. 1807, Incomefor.year entll ffQ AOO OQr !Ian.l,"18G7, rDUOD Ami P0ltcleOued,ir ,-'Xl4 l&t) Nashville Agency: 36 College P. P. PECK, Resident Agent, W. I. TALDOIT, General Agent for Ten nessee and Alabama. sep2-tf THE SECOND NATIONM BMK; OF NASHVILLF; College Street, "near Union, Designated Depositary and Financial Agent of the United States. It is prepared to 'transact a regular Banking busiess, 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. TII0MAS. Cashier.. oct24-ly. FOURTH NATIONAL BANK, - j - i IS DOING A REGULAR Banking and Exchange Business, And will pay special attention tdColIeciions. - i f CAPITAL OCK, 200,000 i. . .i&ti i DAN'L HILLMAN. 0. F. NOEL. JAS. WHITWORTH. BYRD DOUGLAS. iR.lI. GARDNER, SAM'L WATKINS. W.H.EVANS, B,S. RHEA, A. HAMILTON. , JAS. WHITWORTII, JODX PORTERFIELD, President. Cashier. jane2 3m KEEP INSURE!) NASHVILLE COMMERCIAL IiVSUIlAiVCE C(K Ofilcc In the Building 'or of the Union. the Qatk C V PTTA.li' ATIL T?jVIT J1V. THIS COJIPANY, ESTABLISHED IK 18M insures BuiUines.. Vessels. la tiort. Merchnn. dlse, Household Furniture," and other property, on the most liberal terms. Fire, Marine, and Inland risks taken at lowest rates. BSg" Losses liberallv adlustetl and nromntlvnuldht this Company. DIKEOTORS: James Woods, M. Bcens, Jko. H. Eww, Robest Thompson, Jas. P. Kikshan. It. 0. McNairt. Jno. Eibkmak, V. K. lllLLHAX, W. H. Evans, llcait M'Cbea. 8. N. Macct. K fl. MnNATRT Praol.iniit E. D. HI0J1"B, SecreUry. sep9-6mai cnin, wooes Bonded Warehouse No. 2, Corner College and .Clinrcli Streets; NASHVILLE, TENN. t-d m J ,1 ,- sii iiPr"! ; . on. iivrv io, -i . - - ii; J-.Ak' 0 Barrels Pure Crper:iIitUIeil . i ? : i . - . ... ' I- s KOBERTSOrT GOUNTY WHISKY Made on the old plan, prior to fhe stoppage of the Distilleries in the Fifth GollectianfDiitrfi't. Seventy-live Barrel Genuine Tbe celebrated jODOD brand-lbe last of this article in the market. TS lbls. S. Mnnniiig'ta Wfiliilcy. Alio, out or Bond, a larg-e supply of tlie UifTcrent briiiuN of nil lite recll tier.4 or Whlsliy in Kobertson and Davidson counties. Dealers are notified that wo are enabled to ship onr Bonded Whiskies to all points at which bonded warehouses are located. Also, always on hand, a largoassortacnt of FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC BKAKDIES, "CIGARS. K.B. Ail articles g-uarnntccd as rep. resented. jyaotf P.JtT.l r UNION BANK NOTES. Fl ACCORDANCE WITH AN ACT OF THE Legislature of Tennessee, passed December I9ti ico: ir.- i;.. ii tnbwtionof the effects of Banks, which have or i may make assignments among their creditors." f notiee is hereby given to tho holders of the notes t ofTstsUsiojrBASj: op TesneS3ke to file them with, the undersigned, at the Bank in Nashville, between now and tho 1st day of January, eigh- L teen hundred and sixty-nine, (1S69.) and receive ft ccrtiEcates therefor, or they Trill bo forever R barrodfrom any jiarticipation in tho wsets of the Bank. Tho certificates will be received at 8 T..B ,rt nnrmiint fnr A. 1,1. K 1I-T. 1 tt.-rXnrA hofnfo ny nFl.r tUe. 1. C T tt 1569. JOS. r7 ALLEN, Tnstee. !J Dec 2ti3863.-21-2i g IKiiEY & YMBROUGH, HOW GROCERS, 10. 3 NORTH. COLLEGE ST., a bbls Extra Family Flour.- 20rt bbls Uxtra Superfine Flour. cH4bdew Orleans fiuar... . 15 hhds Dcmarara Sugar, ; 50 bbls Crushed and Jpwtf&ied Sugar. iOO sacks prime R!fo(lBfrse;. JBt 1 25 sacks LaguyQuQifree. jLt '50 bbls New OrIoTaMolaF 50 bbls choice Sytfip. 200 boxes Proctor & GaciWe's SBap, IgO boves various brands Soap, 100 boxes Star Candles. 100 boxes Tallow Candle3. hard proceed, 50 boxes fine Chewing Tobacco, 50 gross Fine-cnt Tobacco. 25 bbls Smoking Tobacco, 25 keg3 English Soda. 25 kegs American Soda, 40 cases 1 and 2 lb Can Oysten, 50 boxes Pepper, J 50 boxes Indigo, ' 50 boxes Ground Mustard, ' 25 bbls Mason's Blacking, 50 bbxes Pint, Quart and Half-Gallon, 20 boxes GarretSnuff. 20 gross Durkee's Blueing. ,.'.-... 25 bbls Bourbon Whisky, j 25 bbls Robertson county Whisky, 100 bbls FonteNhsh Proof Whisky. . a . 10Q bbls Ginger Cordial, .- -2 15 bbls Ginger Winc.jjj. , 15 bbls Sw'ecf Wirife. , , ' 50 bbls Grape Vinegar. - ' 25 bbls Lemon Syrup. ' - 60 boxes Starch. " ' 50 dozenuckets, 50 dozen Brooms',- .-w-' 2000 Flour Sacks, 50 boxes Assorted Candy, Brandy. Rnm, Gin. Wines of various brands, at WEAKLEY & YARBROUGH -No. 3 North College street. jane 13 tf . . NaahyiUe. Teian. C. GALLBHERf Late of Mayjville, Ky. T. A. MATTHEWS. Maysville, Ky. C. NELSON. Late of Mt. Sterling. Ky . MERCHANTS' HOTEL, Fifth Street, Xear Mahn, niarciKKATi - ... (ihid. GALLEHER, NELSON &. CO., iune?S3m Praprietors. SAM'L COWAN. S. A. HANDLY. COWAI & CO., SUCCESSORS TO COWM, BR1DSHAW & CO., HAVE REMOVED THEIR STOCK OF White Goods anrt Notions TO Northwest corner or tbie Squnre ami College stre!t. Mr. BRADSHAW remains with the new firm,- and will be pleased to see bis friends as usual. COW AX & CO. ; julylT 3m SOUTJriGCKiV LIFE INSURANCE coiMirF.A.iNr'y. CIUBTERED BT TnK 1.F.QI3I.ATUEE8 OP Tennessee and ltcntuolcy, WITH PKISCIPAL OFFICES AT Memphis, Ten n., and Louisville, Ky. CASH CAPiTJvr. 1TA.I1 UP AND SK CUKElTr INVESTED, fjiaOO.OOO. Authorized Capital- $1,000,000. BOES BUSINESS ITP0N THE STOCK AND Mutual plan, guaranteeing to Policy hold ers eighty per cent of protits. Issues Poiicic3 upr'm all the improved plans. All Policfof non-forftftablo after second annual payment. No restrictions as to travel or place of resi dence. For full particulars, sea Circulars or In surance J.Uanuel. Blcm'plilq Oriiieers Geo. W. McCark. President: R. C. Brinklet. Sam. Tatk, Vice Presidents: F. Sw Davh?. Treasurer: Bf.x.Mat, Sccreta,ry; Ww. C Morris, General Traveling Agent. Louisville Oiliccrs C. C. Spenoer, Pres ident; J. Fur Tja whence. Vice President; A. G. iionoES, Treasurer; E. T. Hopeiss, Secre tary; S. B. Fao-kinbcrgh, General Agent. BRANCH OTFICE A'o. 50 Xorili Cherry street, Nash.Tillc, Tcnn. F. E. PEItltlS", General Agent For MiddlermdEastTcnnessce, North Alabama and Sou'thern Kentucky. jy23 3m TO THE PVBX.IC. COLORED CHILDREN RESIDING WITH in the Oornoration of Nashvillo. ictwecn tho ages of six and twenty-one, aro hereby re quired to ar.ply to professors Haley and Jamil ton, Principals of tho .Colored Schools, nt tho office of tho Board of Education, No. 67 S.iuth Cherry street, for Tickets or ndmissiorr to the I'Ublic Schools. ODcninc Sentcmftcr 1st, 1867. Apply as above until tho 1st September, be tween tho hours of 9 and 3 each day. i: a. a all, Pres't Board of Education. J. W. IIOYTE, Secretary Board. C. D. LAWRENCE, Sup't of Public Schools. nug4 td fB.. P.&T.. and G. copy.l FARMS FOR it- 4." Subdivision of Plantations. rilHE S0UTliBRNiASDfUM LAND jtOM JL puny, in nddititheirgmwlschemo of Citv Kesidencenannifi idturiB whioh Col. M. C. Galloway's valuabVa'rcsTdenca in Memphis corv i"titute3 the CapibaL Pri2e. at Five Dollars per Ticket, now offer chances in a scheme that em braces FARMS FOB THE MIXTjIOX. i There is not in this scheme an acre of Swamp or Wild Land: each Barm is part or the whfile of a cultivated Plantation each tract ,is on or within- a few milep of a railway, either oh the Memphis nnd Chnrleston, 9ns4l.s!ppr Central, Slobllo nnd Ohio, . Jfrgffidinn nn'd Vleltsliirjf, or atlssiMippi ami Tennessee Rniirond. The several tmct sradlWlsasBof at the low est cash ralftntton, in sa but visions of forty, eiffhtv.stitl 180 aerwL. Rmtk sabdivision consti- 'tatee a. prize, and eticli Ticket mte One Dollar. For a rVescriptton of the Property, refer to the new Pamphlet issued by the Company. Titles are perfect, or the mener will be paid to the winner of the prize. 'All I.i mil in this scheme is in ihe Mf Ate i pfj .'13Il'sslsslpplr4TUe 'Caplial1- P.'rfrt' ! vriChfn flrteen miles of3Icniphis, on thjiissisppplxhl TcnijcssaaTitnil. i ro tui. . , . ; ti? ii it i The lands are adapted-to tho growth of grain. CO ttop, grapes, etc., aro chyaper.thjmXJovcrn-Cjcnt;land5.-1infc!)ld lntitoaof, Rt ono dollar n.' q'uarter pcr acre. The avcrago cot of thwo lunds is seven dollars per acre. Tickets may bo had by application to the Memphis Agency. Ten per cent, deduction in favor of cluba of ten or more. Inly 16 tf nt ciiAJrcEitx AT C.VBX31E3T, Tia'JS'. J, T. Waggoner vs. Boon liblin ana other? IT APPEARING TO Xllri iSAAiStf AiJiiup of" the Clerk and Master, from allegations in tne out, wmca are swum w, " , .... i i th.f U'm 1 flfll. lield, one or tno tieienaanw in mm cautv - non-resident of the State ot Tennessee, so tne ordinary process of law cannot be served ppw lim : it is therefore ordered that R,b!?aMrtn-? made for four consecutive weSa in the unon fnd Dispatch, a newspaper published . in i t no city of Nashville. Tennessee. nl?.aT fendant to appear at the office fM y? faster of the Chancery &urt at Camden, on the mle day in Octobor next, then plead, answer or demur to the eomplainsats 1,111 nr fit A enmn Will D& laKCil IwT COillsWWi rttlu t fur Ir III DartC 83 to him. AUgUSlO, )WJ(. 0 BLUB ii , fet-1--') n i4t ' " , W. A- STBBLE. C. and 11. auglGwit 1 Of AT G... B. ABBOTT'S;-' ,39 Nortli College Street. Frock and Sack Goats, ELEGANT B TTSlKESS S TTITS. Duclt Iii)eii Conts, PANTS. A5fl) 'VESTS. Beautiful White and Fancy IMCARSATIiLUS VESTS. The best madeand best fitting, at very low prices entlemen's Underwear, GE.OVES, srsvE'iEus, IIAEF IIOSE, ETC. k nf Plnllia Casimeres and Vest- ings, fine Duck Linens bf various colors. All of which will be made to order in the best manner and WAKRANTED TO FIT. junel Shelby Female Institute, Corner of Broad mid Yiue Sis., NASHVILLE TENN.'; rilHE SECOND ANNUAL SESSION OF i this Institution wilt commence on the first "Monday or September; divided into two tprmi nf five months each. The advantages offered by this Institute are a sound nnd liberal inglisn etiucation, wnue every opportunity in ntr.ir.lpil minils in Vocal and Instrumental Music, Ancient and Modem Languages, and Ornamental Branches. In the Musioal Department, the services ot the talented Lady Musician and Vocalist, whose air! II TOio sn fnllv nnnrpcin teil last session, have Kaan nn-in KAnnrAfl. and in addition a resident Professor, who has heretofore been assooiated with the Principal, will give Grst-claftJ instruc tions on the PIANO. HARP. ORGAN and flTTTT A T? The l)nnrlmpnt. nf Aloderc LanETUagOS will have at its head a native French woman, and the French and German will be taught as spoken languages. . Tha Scientific Department is unrivalled in the South for the completeness ot itApparatus,- dollection ot Minerals anil notorial illustra tions, and will continue to ba taught by, the Vipn Pi-ininnl fnnnerlv Professor in the Nash ville University, and whose abilities aro so well 1-ta owrn Tho position of the buildings, formerly known' as the Shelby Meaical lanege, is central, airy nnd convenient, and the most caretui attention is paid to the health, comfort, habits, moral and religious improvement of the pupils. The Principal confidently appeals to the re sults of the past session for tho best certificate of the character and success of the Institution. TERMS Board and English tuition, session' of five months. $180. , . , i For terms of day pupils and other informal tion, sco Catalogue or apply at the Institute. GEO. G-BUTLER, A.M.. Principal. GEO. S. BLACK. IE, A.M., M.D.. Vico Principal jy20 diw2m I IB., (., P.&T. copy in daily 2m.l ' University of Virginia.: i)KPATHKSl' OF ami Airuia ENGIXEEHIXG SCIENCK. THIS DEPARTMENT. IS DESIGNED TO prepare young men in the most thorough manner as Civil and Mining Engineers, to de velop tho -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 tho following schools : I. School of Pure Mathematics Prof. Chas. S. Vesabue. II. School of Natural Philosophy Prof. Fkancis II. Smith. III. School of Chemistry Prof. S. Mahpis., IV. School of Applied Mathematics Assist ant Prof. L. BcEcicn. f V. School of Mineralogy nnd Geology Prof. F. II. Smith. VI. School of Technology and Agricultural Science Professor to bo elected September 4. Thosession commences October 1. For full circulars apply to S. jUAUrijV, Chairman. jy251aw3w Cumberland University, JEEAWOIY, TENN. SINCE THE ADDITION OF GEN.STEWART and Prof. SAFFORD to the Faeulty. and the establishment of a PREPARATORY SCHOOT, Of tho 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. Nextsession opens FIRST MONDAY IX .SEPTEMBER. For Catalogues, apply at the Banner of Peace MCiJUJNAiill, Lebanon, 'lenn. iunel tf TCENTTJOJCCY MILITARY INSTITUTE. COfc. .It. T. P. AttEX ..Sup't. ASSISTED BT AN ABLE FACULTY rnHE COURSE OF STUDY IS THA0k6U- J ally taught in the best colleges, with special atntion to Mathematics and Natural Sciences. The Academic Year bejrJiis on the llrst aionday in September this year September 2d continuing without intermission fnrtv (it) weeks. Charge for Tuition , and Boarding, including Lizhts. Enel and Washinff'. (enrreney.) three hundred and fifty dollars H350) per Academic 1 ear, one-half payable in advance, ana tne re mainder at the expiration ol twenty iai weens- Addrais tho Superintendent at Farmdnle Post pffice. Franklin eounty. Ky. je29 dlw&w2m SHERIFF'S SAIiE. BY VIRTUE OF A VKNDI. EXP0NAST0 me directed, and delivered from the Hon nriMn Snnremii Ronrt nf Davidson county. Ten nessee, at its June return term, 1807. 1 will ex nmo tn tinlilic snln tct tho liluliMt bidder, for cash, at the Courthouse door in the cily of Nashville, on SATURDAY, the 21th day of August, 18C7, all the right, title, claim, interest and estate which iv. i. nouertson men nau, or may have since acquired, in the fellairing de scribed real esfate : A piece or parcel of land in Davidson county, Tenn., abouteighty or eighty live feet front, bounded as follows: Beginning at ft jOint lorty iroiu auu iiurtii ut at auj Reeves' N.E. corner on McLeinore street, and running thence north with McLemere rejt eighty feet, more or less, to the lot, part of tfie original lot liuoriio leei; anuiucaea .u--rl ,4l.li.. Int IflJ feet, to the line lilt HI " . " - . . . , i of Lncv Knowles' lot : thence south with ier line eighty feet, more or less, to tne ni pur chased by Newland; thenee with his line ll feet to the beginning-Book No. Jh page being levied on as the proporty of W. D. Ke ertscn. to satisfy judgment rendered in , tow of J. umsden &. Co. against R. L. Orensbaw and W. D. KoberUM. pATTRBSOjr sheriff. By W. C. Shaw, Deputy Sheriff. augl lawta CHEGARAY IffSIiajCTE. 1 (FRENCH AND BNGLtJbi!.) -matt YOUNG LADIES, E0ARDU3 A3fD V Da7 Pbpds. 1327 and JJ529 Sprues street, 7 PHILADELPHIA. Pa., will reopen onRSDAY. September 19 Franeh is tho language f the fam0. and tt -.fnTitlr nrKjken in tho Institute. constantly Pokuda1 D,JlBSVILi;yf may313ra PrineipaU IflTJSIC ESSTKIJCTIO tf. THE UNDERSIGNED WILL CONTINUE to give instruction on the Piano. Organ. Harp jnSincincandthorongh.Dasa.dariBc the ensuing Scsion, on his former terms: 9S0 00 a Session of five mentbt, half in adrance, or $10 00 per month for two IeSWns wtfefcly." He further states that he will open Aeeommodatiop Classec either at tbe houses of his upils or In separate class-rooms, on tbe following terms : . A class of two young luli Maters cr friends) for two hours weekly 16 00 each per month, or $1200 together. , , Three young ladls OrtiUn or. friend) three hours weekly, each $SW jr month, or $13 90 together. ... , Applications for entering in a elass ean only be made by two or three pupils jointly, at J wnei i. McClnre's MwIeSUira. No. 33 Union street. I will give to four orphan children ot Confed; crate eHi ens if thor enter weh elaMwJgratai; tonsly, inltructlon Wrthe titae often BjtBI, commencing 1st September next, and Mr- J. A. MClnre offers not only the free ose of hU Pinnoa, at bis Kssie reom, above his store, bnt will also famish the necessary shest-musie to such pupils. nosa-lm IEENJIY WEBER. . In Chancery 3t Kaslivilie. . Stato.df Tennossee Offlo Clerk nnd ifuitcr. Chaneory Court at Nashville. July tho 19th. 1S67. A. S. Chadbourno & Co., complainants, ti. J. Edward Stacey et als.. defendants. TT APPEARING FROM AFFIDAVIT FILED in this cause that tho defendants; D. Harper, Jt-, and, Sears E.Smith are non-residents of the the Stato of Tennessee: it is thcreiore ordered that they enter their appearance herein before r within the first three days of the next term of said.Court,t0 be held on the first Monday in November next, 1867, and plead, answer or demur 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 this order be published for four consecutive weeks in the Nashville Union and Dispatch. A copy Attest : M. B. HOWB' L. . a Clork and Master. Q. P. Thruston. Sol'r for comp'ts. angl3 wit In Chancery at Nashville. State of Tennessee Offiee Clerk and Master, Chancery Court at Nashville, August the 5th, 18dT l A. 3. Rahm, Ex. etc. complainant, vs. A. B. Montgomery ct ate., defendants. r' APPEARING FROM AFFIDAVIT FILED in this cause that defendants, A. B. Mont gomery and John W. Hughes, are non-residents of the, State of Tennessee: it is therefore ordered that they enter their appearance herein before or wltfiftrthe first three days of the next term of Said Court, to be held on the first Monday in Novem ber next, 1867. nnd plead, answer or demur to complainant's bill, or the same will be taken for confessed as to them and. set for hearing ex parte, and that a copy of this order be published for tour consecutive weeks in the Nashville Union and Dispatch. ... A ospy Attest: JI. B. HOWELL. Clerk and blaster. MeClanahan i Olcre, and Lindsley Jfc Steger, Sol'rs for compl'U. ang!3 wit In Chancery at Nashville. State of Taneseee Office Clerk and Master. Chancery Ceurt at Nashville, August tho 7th R, T. Hoskins, oomplalnant, v. LabanAber- nathy. Jr. et als., defendants. TT APPEARING FROM AFFIDAVIT JFILED A in this cause that the defendant, JordRn Aber natby, isanen-residentot tho State of Tennes see: it is therfore ordered that he enter his appearance heroin before or within the first 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 to complainant's bill, ot the satuo will bo taken fur confessed as to him and set for hearing ex parte, and thot n copy of this, order be published for four oonsaoutive weeks in the Nashvillo Union and Dispatch. A copy Attest: jM. B. HOWELL. Clerk and Master. Abram L. Demou. Sol'r for Comp's. augl3 wit In Chancery at Nashville. State of Tenneesee Office Clerk nnd Master. Chancery Court at Nashville. May the 22d, 1807. The First National Bank et als., complainants, vs. Frank E. Perrin et als., defendants. 1 T APPEARING FROM AFFIDAVIT FILED A in this cause that the defendants, S. Aubach A; Co., O. P. Westcott, Isaac L. Woods, Wilson Peter & Co., Wm. H. Dillingham, A. Peter, Thos. E. Wilson nnd E. H. Lewis, aro non residents of the State of Tennessee: it I therefore ordered that they enter their ap- Searaneo herein before or within, the first three, ays of the next term of said Court, to be held on' the first Monday in Nuvember next, 1S07. nnd plead, answer or demur to complainant's bill, or the same will be taken for confessed 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. HOWBLL. Clerk and Master. R. McP. Smith. R. S. Tu thill, Sol'rs for com plainants. june2S wit WASHING MADE EASY! Mayer's Improved Soap I S NOW MANUFACTURED IN TniS CITV. 1 and offered to the public as the best Soap for the "Wash Tub ever invented- Itsavestime and make the washing of the largest family a, light job. requiring no boiling, no rubbing on washboards, no bluing, but simply clean water and good squeezing. It removes Printers Ink,. Coach Grease, and Grease of all kinds, without the slightest injury to color or texmre of material. TRY IT! TRY IT I and be convinced. For sale by ARMISTBAD & WOODS and J. T. BROWN, I'ubftt runre. And by augCff L. L. COLBMAN, DruMist, 210 Church street. Cumberland Female College, McMISfjSTYIJLXiE, TENS. P. 31. JiOXXEEI,, A. 31., President. rpiIE NilXT SESSION WILL BEGIN SEP--1- tcmbcr 2. IS7. Col. DONNELL will be assisted by a full Board of able and efficient Teachers. The locatien of this Institution i peculiarly favorable. MeMinnville is easily accoseible by railroad : is oxtonsively known as ono of the most healthful localities of Tennessee; is sur rounded by the most beautiful scenery, and has always been remarkably exempt from the preva lence of epidemics. Expessks roit Twbstt Weeks Tuition in Preparatory Department 8IO to 81S; Tuition in Collegiate DBpartmcnt- 20 to 25; Tuition in Music 25 Use of Instrument-for practice I Contingent Fee 1 OO Board, including lodging, light and ' fuel 75 No extra charge is made for Voeal Music or Ancient Languages. X. C. S3IAItTT, Secretary. augl6 dlw-wlm THE"ATHENUM, COLUMBIA, TENNESSEE. 3IR.S. F. O. S3I1TH ....Irfncl?nl, Assisted' by an able and experienced eorps of Teaehers. THE NEXT SESSION QF THIS SCHOOL begins on tho First Monday in .September Manv imnrovements will be made during the vacation, which will add greatly to the comfort and efficiency ol the establishment, aome im nnrtant additions have been mado to ouroorns of teachers, which will enablo us to offer as many advantages as any school in the South or Wert. Our Boarding. Department will be so mueb enlarged that we can easily accommodate one hundred more pupils than we had last session. Terms asneretemre. For catalogues or ether information, address rout. n. sJiiTir, Secretary and Business .Manager. uoiumma, tenn. jy21 dAwtibepl ts BANKRUPTCY. rPHIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE 1 THAT ON A the Hth day of August, 'A.D. 1867, a warrant in bankruptcy was iawied against the estate of H. J. Davis, of Monlgemery county. Ten nessee, who has been adjudged a bank rupt, on his own petition"; that the pay ment of any debts and delivery of any property belonging to such bankrupt, to him, or for his use, and transfer of any property by him. are forbidden by law: that a meeting of the cred itors of tbe said bankrupt, to prove their debts, ami to ehooso one or more assignees of his estate, will be held nt a Court nf Bankruptcy, to be hslden on the 7th day of September, A. D. 1887, at 10 o'clock a. m., at the odiee of the Register in Bankruptcy, at the Courthouse in said eity of ClftrKrrille. before. J. Jay Buck, Esq., Register. R. It. GLASCOCK, U. S, Marshal, Messenger. By J. C. MoMULLRNT augZSlt Dsputy Marshal, Messenger. In Chancery at Nashville. State nf Tennessee Office Clerk and Master. Chancery Court at Nashville, .Inly the 22il, 187. Woods. Yeatman i Co., complainants, y. T. (J. Uaylord X Co., et als., deisfidanu. TT APPEARING PROM AFFIDVVIT FILED 1 in this cause that the defendant, B. G. Uay l.nl. Ben Gavlord. and fflilnn nll , composing the firm of T. 0. fy-! iuni s. Co-, are nnn-resmeni, oi tno iMate nt Tennsssee: it is therefore ordered that they enter tnslr appeariiice herein before or'wltbin the first three days of thn next term of Suid Court, to be held on the first Monday in Novem ber next, 1867. and plead, answer er demur to eomnlainanu' bill, or the same will beiUken fur con rested as to them and et for henriw ex parte, and that a eopy of this 4er ! published far four" eonseeutive weeks in the Nashville Union and Dispatch. A eopy Attest : M. 11. HOWELL. . (Jletk aad Master. G- 31. Fogg. Sol'r for eomp'is- augl'. wtt In Chancery at Nashville. State of Tennessee Office Clerk and Master. Chaneory Court at NasbviNe. Aoeust the 1st. 1S87. J. W. Carpenter, complainant, vs. W. If. C. Coleman and others, dsf andante. r' APPEARING FROM AFFIDAVIT FILED in thixaaus a that the dflindsnt. l.HtC. C$lemani nnTresidest Cthe SU&Tin- ndscEi it iifiiiiHroire vruevpi tpai no eniegtem appcaraneoncreiiiT)ffrorwitflin the firtthree days of the next term of said Court, to be held n thclst Monday in Noembernext,lj()7.and plead, anrwer or demur to comnlninant'a hill n, ik. same will be taken for confessed as to him and set for hearing ex parte, and that x copy of this order be published for four eonsoentivc. weeks in the Nashville Union and Dispatch, a copy Attest m. U. J1UWBLL, v ,tc Clerk and Master. East & SpariOek. Sol'rs far comp'ts. angl3w4t the Mcknight school THB FIRST SESSION OF TOIS INSTITU tisntwlll aaanfln that SmmSehaal lluin. Ihsprlfel WCol. H. donloolwo miles trom tbp4strro& tha Ifraad street, His, , OS KOSTljlT, SiEPTEMIIEIt S, ,18L For tama. anslr to Cel. W. IT. i!imlon. or John. WardAo. ' 5 t GEORGE Mcknight. augCStf A VALUABLE TRACT OP LASffi, tP- atod in tho neighborhood of TeTwTl liapson oounty, Tennessoe, is offered far salo by . ... . . , w. .a iivui win "Hi. adapted to theproduction of cotton, wheat, corn and other cereal crops. Itis nearth Nashville and Nolensville Turnpike, and ver r-enveaient to two academies and several chareheel, and is surrounded by excellent socio It is finely watered with a creek of runn. water entirely through the land, and several never-toiling springs. It is well adapted to blue grass, ami the bottom land to meadows. An exseMeot stock farm might be made of it, on aeeoustof the water and the hill land, being for grass. The tract contains 320 aeree, aad ft the purchaser should desire it, adjoining binds saa be purchased. A bargain ean be boas M by apply ing to the undersign ed, or to J ohs S. Claybrook, who is authorized to sell it. apr2tf .WJLLIAM B. BBASLBY. ,1 ln,0!iancery at.NaaivUI. State of Tennessee Offiee Clerk and Mmsst, Chancery uourt at JJiaaaFille,, Angsst ttm M, ism. J. G. IFellows, complainant, vs. J. C. Owm et als., deftndanet.- -TT APPEARING FROM AFFIDAVIT FILSD 1 m this caate that defendanUlL BHiabeth "Jwin. Charlotte H. Baldwin. AisaMfe B. 1 u dwin. John M- Baldwin aad HweH L. juaidwin. are non-residenU of th Stste ?L n.neta: u 14 therefore orderetl that ii eni?r V61' ?PPearanee herein befere or 7Jm rvi th,e f rl' Jas f th8 Mitt terra of wi 2rt tobe belJ 00 e first Moaday in November next, 1867. and plead. aswr or demur to complawnnthill, or the suae wftl b taken for confessed as to him and set tor heating ex parte, and that a eopy 0f this order be pub lished for four oeaweutiTe weeks in tbe Nash ville Union and Dispatch. A eopy Attest : M. B. nOWlLL. p . jl t -4.1.-1. a... p11 and Master. EwingKs Pntchitt, Sel'ra fr eorap't. augiatwlt - 1 1 1 In Chancery at Nashville. State of Tennessee 0fB8 Clerk aad Master ChaBcery Court at Nashville, July the ajft, lSr' William Dews, complainant, vs. P. Doyle, e als., defendants. TT APPEARING FROM AFFIDAVIT FILSD -Mn 'bis cause that tbe defsndaats. P. Doyle. Quo. R. Simpson and 6eo. H. HoUsn. aro non-residnnts of the State ofTeaasssee : it is thereforeordered that they enter their appe&roBre herein before or within the first three days of tbe next term of said Court, to be held e she first Monday in November next. 1SS7, ami plead, an swer or demur to complainants' bill, or the same will betaken far confessed as to them and set for hearing ex parte, and that a oopy of (bis order bo published for fonr consecutive weeks in the Nashville Union and Dispatch. A copy-Attest : M. B. HOWBLL, Clerk and Master. Guild, Smith 1- Guild, and Bate i Williams. Sol'rs for comp'te. a13wlt In Chancery at JTaahville. State of Tehnesseee Offiee Clerk aad Master, Chancery Court at Nashville, July the, 19th, 1S67. J. K. Jaffrny 3c Scm. complainants, vs. Lafay ette Beech et als., defendants. TTAPPJ1ARING FROM AFFIDAVIT EILBD in this caujo that the defandant, Lafayette Beech, is a non-resident df the State of Teaejsee: it is therefore ordered that he enter hia appear ance herein before or within the first thrte days of the next tenn of said Court, to be 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 him and set for hearing ex parte, ami that a sspy of this order be. published for faur oaasseutive weeks in the Nashville Union and Dispatch. A copyAttest: M. B. HOWHLL, Clerk and Master. D. F. Wilkin. Sol'r for Couip1!. smkB wit SHERIFF'S SAM2. BY VIRTUE OF A VEND I. EXPONAS TO me directed, and delivered from Mm Hoa orableSupreine Court of Davidson eoaaty, Ten nesiee. at its Juno return term. lfWT, I wiH ex pose to public sale to tho highest bidder, fur cash, at the Courthouse door in the city of Nashville, on SATURDAY, the Sttfc day ot August, 1SG7, ail the right, title, tiiaim, iaterast and estate- wbieh S. R. Thornton thefc bad, er may have sinee acquired, ia Ihe follawteg de scribed real estate, to-wit: A lot of tmujad in Davidson county, Tenn , and In the eUj-etf Nash ville, frbnting on Ihe east side srUTOryrtreet, being-part of No. 36 in Campbell's Seuth Nash Tllo lots, beginning at n stake. W. il. IIaan'- south corner; running thence thirty foet south to the corner of another lot of mine; thence at right angles from said street 3t fettt, mare ur less, to a ten loot allay; theoee alone said alley thirty feet to n stake: thbaee at rfuht angle from said alley 138)4feet, te the begiaoinsj se Book No. 21. page 573; being levied on as the property of S. Ii. Thornton, to satisfy a judg ment in fhvttr rtfTho.S. King, ndsa'r, iMraint J. J. D. R. Shumate and S. R. 'Jniorato. R. R. PATTBRSOS. Shir Iff. By W. C. Shaw. Dejnity SbasisT. augl lawtd In Chancery at Nashville. State of Tennessee Offiee Clark aad MuUr. Chansery Court at Nashville, Jaly tjVe 15sk,1867. John B. Shaekelett et sis.. coMalatAanls. v. Louisa P. White et an., danadants. TT APPEARING FROM AFFIDAVIT WLRD V in this cause that the defendant, Louisa F. While, is a non-resident ef the State of Tarnies see: it is therefore ordered that she enter her appearance herein before or within thm first three days of tbe next term of said Court, tu be held on the first Monday in Noveffibar ext. 1867, and plead, answer or dsmar ta eoawtoin ants' bill, er the same will betaken forssnftsSu l as to .her and sat for hearing ax MftsvMd tat a copy of this Order be published forTWf oob seentivoweoks ia the Nashvillo Uaiosi aaxlDis ateh. A espy Attest : M. . IISWBLL. Clark and Maatfor. D. F. WTrMn, Sol'r tor ertmpt. ai4gR w4t ; In Chancery at Nashville. State of Tennessee Offiee Clerk? and Master, Chancery Court at Nashville, July the 22d, 1867. John B- Johnson, complainant, va. S. W. Chil dren, Trnstee. etc., and other, defondants. TT APPEARING FROM AFFIDAVIT FILED L in this canse that defendant. L. II. Morse is a non-rosident of the Stato of Tenn anno : it is therefore ordered that he on tar bis appear ance heroin before or within tha first thtaa days of the next term of said Court, to be bald on the first Monday in November next, 185T. and plead, answer or demur to complainant's bill, or tbe same will be taken for confessed as to Mm aad set for hearing ex parte, and that a eopy of this order bo published for four consecutive waoks in the Nashville Union and Dispatch. A oopy-Attast : M. B. HOWBLL, Clerk and Master, ! E- F. Mulloy. Sol'r for cotap't. imm03 wit In Chancery at Naahville. State of Tennas-oc Offiee Clerk and JKutur, Chancery Court at Nashville, July tbe 19tb,liT. M. Goepper, complainant, vs. John Fsatab et als., defendanti. TT APPEARING FROM APflDAYITFfLRD in this, cause that the dafendaat, John En geln, is a non-resident of the State ofTaaas seo: il is therefore ordered that h eatar bis ap pearance herein beftro or whhm the first tbreo days of the next term of said Court, to ba hold on tho first Monday in Novembar next, 1987. and plead, answer or demur te cotnplakisBts' bill, or the (amoiwill be taken fer confessed as to him and set for hearing ex parte, and that a eopy of this order be published fer four eoaseastttvw weeks in the Nashville Union and Duaatoh. A copy Attest M. B. HOWBLL, Clark and MaMar. R. McP Smith, Sul'r for comp't. aaglftwlt STATE OF TEXXESSEE, IJAVinSOX COI7.VTY. William Shane vs. John A. Mils Attack tet Suit. TNTHIS CAUSE IT APPBARINO TO TUB -- Court, from the affidavit filed in tMs aaate, that Jonn A. Miles is a non-resident of tho State of Tennessee, so that the ordhiary pro cesssf thelawcannotbe served upon Win: it is therefore ordered by the Onurt that pa testa tion ba made in the Nashville Union and Dis patch, a newspaper published ia the etty of Nashville, fflr four successive weeks, aucaaatl ing the said Ji.bn. A- Miles to appear bafcre T. D. Cassetty. Esq., a Justice of tbe Peaco for said county, at hi offieo on Deaderick street, iatbo city of Nashville, os theseeead daraf Beptan ber, 1867, at 10 o'clock a. m aad delesjd tha actftm commenced by attachment, a4Mirw1e tbe aaisse will be proseeded wUheJt natia. T. V. lAOBJfrt I, J. P. fer Davidson jyS7 wit In Chancery at Nailivilhr. Stateof Tennessee OfTmCUrb ml Uul Chancery Court at Nashville, Jiy HieUth, 1S7! Andrew J.;Dunean, complainant. . Ifto Na- iioiHii uaoK 91 vamnieree ot itoaton. Mats-, et Is., defendant. T APPEARING FROM APFIDAVPTFILilD I in this causa that tbe ilafirwnirits tho nanon.u uanic oi tomraaree, or Bunwii. Man., and Wm. Bell, Jataes T. Paea. Was, Q. Lsnron der and Richard P. Welter. egjpnrlsHni tho ii nn oi uen, rasa, iaveodsr Ub., at non residents i.f tbe State of Tsnnsasso: it is therefore ordered that they entar thofr ap pearaaoe herein before or within tha fkat Ifcrae days of the next term of said Coait, im boU on the first Monday In Novocabor next. nil. and plead, answer or dHsur to eewplalnantTt Mil, or the same will be taken for confessed as to them and set for huaring ax MMfe asni that a ropy of this order be nnblished for fW Fwiseeu liveweeks in tho Nashrilte Untan and TUssjiHi I. A eopy Attest : M. B. HOW tSlZ Clf it ftiid MinMssr John i 8. Brian & Burob; OaOl.nhntih JbOnil'd. Spl rs fur coinpl'u. as;a w I.V CHANCETtT AT CAMnnS, TRXX. S. Ullman .SCo.rs.W S. TrayW and othftrs.- Amettded and I ora notion B1H. TTAPPBARTNO TO THE SATI8FaCTI8 S'Lhe$Zk l Mtcr. iron aUscsibnaSS the bill, which aro sworn to. that W.8. Trarior ono of the defendnnte in this oans. hi i im 1 resident of tho Stato of Tes?tL??h, him . it 5i...-j. I V -..1.T7." rt-mjmi " " "ii.io.iDiviB ui'Acjcii turn Bonn ""V , . r 1 "weoonTo weass la ana iispauD, , a aarppor Putrffc city of Nashville, Tenn.. reoniriaz i ant jo appear beftro the Clark and Mm i viianeery vjocri, at vt eantc in Qa vi ucivie ma ruia uaj in uexoeor nojO, therp to plead, answw ardooiar to1 1 anU' bill, or the same Wm ho tabes aagl,wlt A Pare IViao Hcnltlay SnxmQr Brink. w : ." o oi oeanu w. nJHth v (Abl u. . ... imi.ira.Dmian, miring tno warra.- iirrng tho warm ine summer months, no nm, um. jrrupneior otroet wntia in Enropa. U rouea upon as cenmco. haCBnatn rQLItanfl "--r-