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A stint an atul giiSpafdu Largest Circulation In City and State. ItATKS or avi:tisixo. -Si i 1 2 s 1 s 6 7 8 y 10 u 12 13 SJS0! 6.50 6.00 9.00 8.00 11.MV 2.09 S.00 8.09 4.00 6.00 8.00 9.0912.00 WW -3S 47 G51 4.60 5.00 i.00 7.00 8.00! 6.00 7.50 9.00 10.50 15.00 18.50 22X0 25.50 29.00 320 36.00 39.50 4S.00 18.M 14.001 16.50 19.00 18.00 21.00 21.00 27.00 12.00 14.00 74J 12.001 1S.50 16.00 18.00 Jt.00 21.S01 121.00 83, 92 30.00 10.00 15.00 26J0, 29.00 33.00 36.00 101 11.00 16.50 .00 95(110i 12-00 18.00.24.00 31.50 39.00 4C50I 50.00i 53.50 67.00 00.50 103 119 13.O0!l9.SO,a6.O0 14.e0l21.O0J8.O0 34.00 42.00 8050 45.00 111 12S II 119 137 15 rU Q0J43.I 127 H9. 16 32 1firtn21.0Drae.00 41JW1.I 135H 182.091 48.00)64.00 82.00799J00! 117.60 26313811 Ten line of solid nonpareil make one square. Yearly advertisers wilt be entitled to a dis count of 10 per cent. Every other day (o. o. d.) advertUenents will be charged two-thirds of above rates. Advertisements inserted in theTriyeekly will le charged one dollar a square for first insertion, nd fitly cents each additional insertion. In the Weekly, one dollar a square for each tnrtinn. Special or City Item Notices, twenty cents a line, first, and ten cents a line every additional insertion. Changes in advertisements will be charged at the rate of fifty cents a square. All advertisements are due from date of first insertion. Hereafter the cash system will be adhered to, amine transient advertisements will be taken fthlaM aeeo-nperned by the money.. JftNRH. WiI.tJLCE it CO.. Unien and Dispatch. Robkrts, Watiehsok 3c Porvis, Banner. RATI8 Winkam. For Press and Times Co. Nashville. Tenn.. Jan. 82. 1867. FARM AITO GARDEN. 'I'o I'roslion Itmicitl Itullor. One of our axclmngOB givoa the fpllow !ng plan for restoring rancid butter to its original Bvetnefl : " To a pint of water add thirty drops (about half a teaspooni ful) of liquid coloride of lime. Wash in this two and a half pounds of rancid button When every particle of the but ter has come in contact with the witter, let it stand an hour or two; then wash the butter well again in pure water. The butter is then leit without any order, and has the Bweetnoas of fresh butter." This a very simple remedy, and as the preparation of lime recommended has nothing injurious in it, the suggestion ntleast worth a trial. Savin r I'nlibaffos. Soloct'a dry part of the garden, dig trenohaa of suffioiont depth to reaeive the roots and stalks up to the head: into these trenches transplant .the.' cabbages, hoads up of course ; fill in the dirt care fully about them up to the hoads ; plant four short posts, two of them being higher than the others to give a pitch to the roof; nail shingling lath, or strips of old board from one post to the other, and another board half-way up; lay upon this a number of bean poles, and upon those throw straw, corn-fodder, or bean- haulm, protecting also the sidos, and your cabbagos will keep in good condition until May. Whore there is a foncc, only two posts will be necessary, that boing em ployed as the apox of the cover or roof. Top DrcwiliiK for flras Limits. A writer in the Gardener's Chronicle t lays it down as the result of his oxpo nonce, first : that the proper time to top dress lands is in the fall, and secondly, that tlio stock should not be permitted to run thereon late in the fall. In support of the first of these propositions, he maintains that as the temperature of the soil and atmosphorc being cold in winter, the dung affords protection to the tender roots of the plants, and that whatever particlos of fertility which may exist in the manure, arc in winter washed down into the soil, and lose but little of their virtuo by evaporation, and that the dry ing winds and suns of summer arc more injurious to the manures than any drench ing rain can be. Immediately after the autumnal applications of manure, he re commends that the meadows should be thoroughly harrowed a most wise re commendation is this, one that will greatly encourage the economy cf the manure. Orchard. Spread broadcast over old orchards that need to be renovated a compost made of ten bushels of slacked lime, four two horse cart-loads of wood's mould, marsh inuok, or the scrapings of headlands or ditches, two bushels of bone dust, five bushels of ashes, one bushel of plaster and one bushel of refuse salt Make up tho heap, layer by layer, of thesB ingre dients, and after it has boated turn it over, mix and cart it out. Spread the compost broadcast, and oithor plow it in lightly and harrow, or harrow and cross harrow the land, and in either case complete the work with the roller. The Maryland Farmer make the following suggestions ns to the necessary prepara tions for a young orchard Seise the first convenient opportunity to plow very deeply the land upon which a young orchard is to be set out. It is de sirable that the plow should either be run twice in the same furrow, or that the subsoil plow should follow the ordinary plow tke latter mode being by far the best. Ihst depth oi soil is essential to the future and vigorous growth of the trees. Harrow until the soil is well pulverized. Checker otT the land at such distances as yu propose to plant the trees ; dig the holes where the cross lines intersect oach other, and do not let them be loss than three feet wide and three feet deep. Keep the top soil soparate from the subsoil, and in planting return the best soil to the roots, leaving the subsoil to finish ofT with. Stake the trees, and finish by mulching them to protect them from drought. OntbcrliiR-nml Keeping Trull. The following suggestions will be found valuable to the fruit-growers of this sec tion : It is beeomiHg a well understood prin ciple that pears are improved by beiBg gathered before fully ripe. Some should approach nearer maturity than others. But early applos should be fully ripe, as a general rule, before gathering. Late fall and winter applos should not bo eatable when picked, ami all the late winter varie ties should be gathered when too hard to yield to tho pressure of the thumb, and always before frost. A dry time should be selected if possible. There will be a few specimens not yet mature, but you can af ford to throw them out tosavc the best and tho main crop. When a good keeping va riety begins to drop freely from tho tree, as is sometimes the case, secure the bal anee of the crop that remains on the tree as soon as possible; but theyshonld not be mixed with those on the ground not one should be saved with tliose picked. Wind falls will not keep, for in addition to the injury sustained from the fall they become jheated by lying upon tho ground exposed to the sun and hot air, and the ripening process already commenced is hastening it to a rapid decay. No matter how hot the weather is, an apple is always cool upon the tree, and in that condition should be taken care of. if we would have it kept in the most perfect condition for the full de velopment of all the delicious juices with which it is so abundantly supplied. How to obtain it in that condition will be our purpose now to show. We have eeen that it must be carefully gathered before it is too rire,asit ib commonly termed; for, when it is too ripe it is fit to eat, and that cer tainly should not be the case with winter apples when gathered. ' We have also seen that heat hxteus the ripening process, and that cold retards it. Apples should therefore be kept cool, barely so as not to freeze. A minimum tempera ture of thirty degress is probably about right, with as little fluctuation as possible. Whether we regard the ripening process as a vital or chemical action, it is quite sure that it should go on gradual and unchecked until all the good Qualities are fully de veloped, and when the highest point of excellence is attained, then the fruit should be used. It is never so good as when just fully ripe ; but it is frequently eatable for a long time. Some varieties become dry and mealy, others tough and leathery. Others by being kept very cool, will frequently remaiu in a very cool condition for a very long time, or by the use of artificial means may be kept for an almost indefinite period. The ripening process once commenced, goes on, no matter how cold, if frost is not present, slowly perhaps, but uninterrupted ly, until full maturity. Hence the im portance of a cool cellar, which should always be dry and dark. It should be fre quently aired, when the outside tempera . ;n ii- - f . .. mre win anow u. some varieties are much more sensitive to this treatment than others. The Wineaap, for instance, win 011 nas a inicn skin, may be abused s great deal in handling, and but indifferent ly oared for in the cellar, and vet it will keep pretty well ; that is, it will not rot but little ; but if kept close and warm, it is subject to a fungus that renders it scarcely tolerable to eat. Eut if it is kept cool and dry, all its best qualities are retained. It is also one of the varieties that does best on open shelves. The Belmont, on the other hand, one of the best and most profil- aoie apples, is very impatient or bad treat ment. Its skin hismoth and thin, and flesh of a delicate texture. If roughly handled and kept in a warm room, it soon decays. If carfullv handled and kept in acool place. it keeps with very little waste till April or Slay. Indeed it is one of the very best of Keepers. MU11E & MAN IE It, WHOLESALE SHOES, AND HATS. N0 1 BLOCK, (Up Stairs,) OVER EVANS. FITE A- CO., HAVING PURCHASED OP EVANS. FITE & CO. their stock of BOOTS, SHOES AXD HATS, And having recently added largely to the same by purchases from Eastern manufacturer?, we are now prepared to offer to the Trade a very Large aud Complete Assortment, To which wo would invite tho attention of Merchants buying in this market. PIGUE A MANIER. nu?29 lm Dissolution of Copartnership, riUIE PARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE EX JL isting between the undersigned, under the firm of tVILIXTT, KinDEIJ. fc CO., is dissolved from this date by mutual consent. Jamrs R. Willett is authorized to settle the unfinished busiu ess. and to sign the firm name for this purpose. All persons having claims against the firm are invited to present the same for adjustment, and all indebted to the firm are expected to make prompt payment. JAillfcS It. NILiltlVl'r. JAMES C. KIDDELL. Nashville. Tenn., Sept. 7. 1SC7. TAMES It. WIXLETT, Architect and Civil Engineer, Over Third National Bank. .TAMES C. KIDDELL, ARCHITECT, OVER THIRD seplOlm NATIONAL BANK. PETR0LENE, 4. New Burning Fluid. The Cheapest, Safest, and Best Lighl in Use, Cheaper by oue-luilf Hum Ca tulles. rilVKS TEN FER CENT. MORE LIGHT VJT and burns ten ier cent, longer than the seme amount of Coal Oil, and emits no offensive odor. It will not soil the finest fabric. No dirt or greiwe collects on tho outside of the lamp, whilo its brilliant crimson hue greatly enhances tho beauty of the cfToct when used as a light for the parlor. WJI, OlcDUIDK A CO. Sold by wholesale and retail at No. S South Cherry street, and at all principal Depot. 49 Agents wanted throughout Middle and East Tennessee. iy21 wlm BAILEY, 0RDWAY & 00. X0S. (5 and 8 BROAD STREET, NnSli-vlUc Tenn. Cotton Factors. Wholesale Groccru and COMMISSION MBRCIIANTS. HA VINO REMODELED AND ADDED TO our Storage Department, we are prepared to handle and store all cotton that may be en trusted to our care, and will promise that every pains will be taken to transact business with dispatch, being much better prepared for receiv iag and delivering Cotton than heretofore. We havo on hand and for salo 10,000 yards Z. Ward's heavy Homp Bagging. 10,000 yards Orocn Leaf Bagging. 10,000 yards Blanket (heavy) Bagging. 5,000 yards Delaware Flax Bagging. 400 coils Machino Rope. 200 half coils Machine Rope. 2.000 pouDd? Hemp Twine. Liberal nUvnticcmcnts made on con signments of Cotton or other rroducc. BAILEY. OKItlTAY A CO. .iuc2S Cm FOB KENT, AT niCKMAN. KENTUCKY. TOE NEW Building erected on tho site formerly occu pied by the Commercial Hotel- This house willmaKoa very good Hotel: contains sixteen rooms, office, etc. ; well situated in the centre of business, and near tho terminus of the Nash ville and Northwestern Railroad. There is now bo good hotel at Hickman- Apply to R. E. Millet, No- 9 North Summer street, Nashville, or address, at Hickman, T 1VT,nmr ,cp4 w SAM L LANDRUM NOTICE TO SHIPPERS. Gckibal Freight Orncc, N..fr N.W. Railroad. Nashville, Tenn., August , 1S67. , ON AND AFTER AUGUST 30, THE NASH ville and Northwestern Railroad will re ceive and forward all kinds of freight over the entire line. Tliroiis-b Bills Ending- given to all points an the Mississippi and Obio Rivers. Clese conneetlens made at Hickman with packets both up and down the river. K. McIVBR, . General Freirht Agcis. augSO 2w Nashville Blood Morse ASSOCIATION COURSE. THE FALL MEETING OVER TIIENASU- ville Courso will commence on TUENDAY, the 22il of October, nnd continue during the week. Tho stakes advertised have closed with the following entries : First liny Tuesday, 22l Bay of" October, 1SOT. FIRST RACE. Yorxo Amebicax Stake No. 1 For two year olds, that have never been trained previous to this Fall : tho dash of a mile, $25 entrance, play or pay. The Association to add 8100 if the race is run. 1st. Turner & Johnson name br. c. Chrystal, hy Avalanche, dam Gem, by Childe Harold, two years old. ad. E. O. Elliott names ch. f., by Bill Cheat ham, dam by imp. Sovereign, two years old. &1. m. j. uocKnu names u. c- Crescent, by Second Highlander, dam by Son of Priam, two years OKI- 4th. Craigi Coekrill name b. f. by Bill Cheat ham, dam hffie Bynum, by imp. Glencoe, two years old. 5th- Johnson i Douglass name ch. c. Riche lieu, by Hiawatha, dam Fanny McAlister, by umeara, two years old. SECOND RACE-SAME DAY. fJnprv Snirr -Vnr thrAA rwir nlds that have never appeared in public; mile heats, entrance, play or pay. lhe Association to aaa $200 if the race is run. 1st. Smith k Hobson name b. c, by Bleak wind, dam Jane Wilkina. three years old. 2d. Turner & Johnson name ch. c- Longstreet by Lexington, dam Alice Jones, by imp. Ulen roe. three veanf old. 3d. Turner & Johnson name ch- filly Mnga line, by Australian, dam by old Wagner, three years old. 4th. W; A. Foulks names br. c Dumple, by Bleakwind. dam bv Ambassador, three years old' 5th- G- W- Danlen names F. Bissick's ch- filly Maggie Hunter, by Australian, dam Heads-I- Say, by imp. Glencoe, three years old- THIRD RACE-SAME DAY. Club race, $250; free for all; two mile dash. Necoml Bny Ylctliicilay FIRST RACE. the 3! Tiir. Exception Stake Two mile heats for all ages. S50 entrance, play or pay: free for all excepting Muggins. Association to add $-300 i the race is run. 1st. Smith & Hobson namoch. c. by Hiawatha, dam Prairie flower, by imp. fcpovereign, tou vearsnld. 2d. Turner & Johnson name ch. c- Chicka mauga, by Jack Malone, dam Alboni, by imp Albion, lour years old. 3d- A- Barnes names O. W. Darden's b. f. Lnntana, by Capt. Elgee, dam Angeline, by imp Albion, four vears old. 4th- Johnson fc Douglass name ch- c. Duke of Orleans, by Jack Malone, dam by old agner four years old- 5th. Johnson i Douglass name b. h- Rous seau, by Commodsre. dam Noty Price, by Cost Johnson, six years old. SECOND RACE-SAME DAY. Club purse 8250, mile heats, freo for all. Third Bay Thursday, the Sltli FIRST RACE. CniinF.Ri.AKD Stakk No. 1 For three olds, mile heats, $50 entrance, play or pay. Association to add S250 if the race is run. year Xh 1st. TurTier A Johnson name ch. f- Magazine, by Australia, dam by old Wagner, three yeors UIU. 2d. Turner & Johnson name ch. e. Longstreet by Lexington, dam Alice Jones, by imp. Ulen coe. three vears old. 3d. Craig & Coekrill name ch. f. Notty, by Jack Malone, dam by imp. backlowie, tnrco years old. 4th. Craig & Coekrill name ch. f. Sadowa, by j net luaionc, uam oea jureczo, vy imp. iiiuion: three years old. 5th. G. W. Dardcn names F. Bissick's ch. Maggio Hunter, by Australian, dam Heads-I Say. by imp. Glencoe, three years old. 6th. G. W- Dardcn namos F- Bisick's ch. Patricion, by Hiawatha, dam Gloriana, by tclipse. three years old. 7th. A. Barnes names T. L. Y.incy's ch Sandy Barnes, by Bleakwind, dam Prairie r lower, by imp. Sovereign, three years old- SECOND RACE-SAME DAY. Club purse 8400. two milo heats, free to nil- Fourth Bny rriilny, the 25th. FIRST RACE. Yooso America Staee No. 2 For two year olds, the dash of a mile, SoO entrance, play or pay. Association to addS200 if the race is run. 1st. Turnsr A Johnson name br. c- Chrystal, by Avalanche, dam Gem by Childe Harold, two years oiu. 2d. Craig A Coekrill name b. f.. cy Bill Cheat ham, dam Kffio Bynum, by imp. Glencoe, two years old. 3d. G. W. Darden names P.BissiBk's b. c. Pat Mulloy, by Lexington, dam Gloriana, by tclipse, two years old. 4th. (i- W. Darden names r - Uissick s b. c. Hazard, by Lexington, dam Heads-I-Say, by imp. Glencoe, two years old- , 5th. A. Barnes names G. W. Dardcn's b. f. Chemisette, by Jim Rogers, dam Angeline, by imp. AlbioD, two years old. bin. .Johnson tt jjouzioss name rn. c. uicne lieu, by Hiawatha, dam Fanny McAlister, by Umeara, two years old. 7th. Johnson A Douglass name blk. f. Char lotto Thompson, by imn. Micky Free, dam Ada Tevis, by imp. Albion, two yeara old. SECOND RACE-SAME DAY. Club purse 8150, milo heats, 3 in 5, free for all. Firth Bny Saturday, the 2Sth. FIRST RACE. CiJiiHEiii.ANi) hTAKE No. z ior three year olds, two mile heats, SoO entrance, play or pay. Associntion to add 8800 if the race is run. 1st. Craie A Coekrill name ch. f. Notty. by Jack Malone. dam by imp. Sacklowie. three years old. LM. Craig Lock rill name ch. i. badowa. by Jack Malone, dam Sea Breeze, by imp. Albion, three years old. 3d. U. . Harden namei b . liissiek a ch- 1. Maggie Hunter, by Australian, dam Heads-1- fcay, by imp. Glencoe, three years old. Jtt, n UV llnl.n n,m V IKocl-'a nl, n Patrician, by Hiawatha, dam Gloriana, by Eclipse, three years old. otb. A. iiarnes name4 T. 1.. lanev a cb. c. Sandy Barnes, by Bleakwind, dam Prairie i lower, by imp- bovereign, three years old- SECOND RACE-SAME DAY. Club purse 200, mile heats, for beaten horses. THIRD RACE-SAME DAY. Club purse $500, three mile dash, free for all. B. F. COClinri.E. President. GEO. W. DARDEN, Seo'y and Treas. Nashville. Aug. 29, 1887. lm Cumberland University, LEBANON, TENN, SINCE THE ADDITION OF GEN.STEWART and Prof. SAFFORD to the Faculty, and the 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. xexiOH9iuu opens riUST MONDAY IN SEPTEMBER. For Catalogues, apply at tho Banner of Peace office, Nashville, or address the President, B. W. MCDONALD, Lebanon, Tenn. i unci tf University of Virginia. DEPAitniENT Or EXOIXEEHINO AXI APPUCIl SCIENCE. WlllS DEPARTMENT IS DESIGNED TO X prepare young men in the most thorough manner as Civil and Mining Engineer, to de velop the material resources of the country. The instruction is given by ecturoe, by text books, by practice in the field, in the la boratory. aDd witn the drawing board, ino coursd ol in struction is embraced in the following schools : I. School of Pure Mathematics Prof. Chas. S. Vesablk. II. School of Natural Philosophy Prof. Francis H. Smith. III. School of Chemitry Prof. S. Mautin. IV. School of Applied Mathematics Assist ant Prof. L. Bcpckh. V. School of .Mineralogy and Geology Prof. F. H. Sunn. VI. School of Technology and Agricultural Science Professor to bo elected Soptember4. Thoscseion commences October 1. For full circulars apply to S. JlATOriN, Chairman. jyglnw3w FOR RENT, XXI33 Nashville Female Academy. TN PURSUANCE OF DECREE OF THE Chancery Court at Nashville, in the causo of CD. Elliott ts. John M. Bass asd othkrs. Trustees, ftc, I will offer the NASHVILLE l'KMALK ACADEMY for rent to the highest bidder, at 12 o'clock on SATBIIDAT, SEPTEMBER 14, 1S07, TJrONTHK FOLLOWING TERMS ' The renter will be required to enter into nn' agreement to open a school for the education of females without unnecessary delay, and to carry on such a school as has heretofore been Carried on at tho said Academy. Tho premises will be rented "for a soMion of fire months, with the privilege of a longer term if the suit should not be sooner decided " The tenant will be also required to return the property into my hands upon tho order of the Court. The renter will be required to execute a bond with sufficient security in the penalty of Five Thousand Dollars, conditioned to comply with the terms, and "to perform the matters stipu lated In thocentraet ef renting," and to perierm the orderof the MJffifa 3Cp4td Clerk and Master, A. & . RAMIE, NO. 21 I?ROAI STREET, Between Market and College streets, iyilOI.l-.SAI.l- BAKERS ANI COX- riX-TIOXEUS, Manufacturers of all kinds of Candies, Crackers, Cakes and Broad. Dealers in all kinds of Fruits, Nuts, Raisins and Sardines, Oysters, Canned Fruits, Pickles. Toys. Notions, otc.j etc. Tho attention of the city and country mer chants respccttu'.ly solicited. WM. KEEGAN. Salesman. A. A W. KAN'XIE. ftb231y Nashville and Chattanooga R A. I LH OJT) OIIAXGE OF TIME. Two Dally Train Leave Nashville for TTashliurton, New York, and all Points East nml Sonth. Close Connections Made at Chatta nooga Morning1 and Eve nlnjC for all Eastern and Southern Cities. OmoK or Gkkkral Sopkrinte.vdk.vt. Nashvillk Chattanooqa Railroai AD - lsfl7.i Nashville. Tenn., June 18, lsfl7. rN AND AFTER' SUNDAY. JULY 28. Jw 1897' and "S1'1 further notice. Passenger trains win run as ioiiows : Leave Nashville for Washington. New York. Atlanta, Alacon, Montgomery, Augusta, Savan nah, New Orleans and Mobile at 5:50 a.m. and 5.00 p. M.. arriving in Chattanooga at 2:00 a. m. and 2:40 P.M.: both Trains makine close con nections at Chattanooga with East Tennessee & Georgia and Western fc Atlantic Railroad Trains. Returning, leave Chattanooga at 0:10 a. m. nnd 7:50 p. m., upon arrival of E. T. &Ga. and W. 4 A. Trains, arriving in Nashville at i:M a. it. and zas p. m. Elegant Palace Sleeping" Cars on all Night Passenger Train. SHELByviLLK Accommodation Leaves Shel- iiyvuie d:uu a. u. ana 1U-.4U p. m arriving in Nashville 11:10 a. m. and 2:35 p. v. Leaves Aa'ihville tor bnelbyvillo 5:50 a. m. and 5:00 p. m.. - - i" l. 1 1 .,, i . I, -i . . 1 r r- arriving ih oaeiuyvnie v:w a. u. unci o:so p. u. W. P. INNES, Qen'l Sup't. if. & C. and N. W. R. R J. W. imowfl, Gen'l Pass Agent. ianlS-tf. Louisville and Nashville EAIIE OAD SUMMER SCHEDULE, 18(17. aCOSIMENCINO .IULY7.180T, Trains will run as follows : . Leave Nashville- 3:00 P. M. 5-00 A. M. Arrivo at Louisville-.II:Ot P. M. 1:00 P. M. Both Trainamake direct connection at Louis ville with the Jeficrsonville Railroad for St. Louis, Chicago, Indianapolis, Cincinnati, Balti more, vt asmngton, l'nilaaeipaia, nnaflew ion:. Timofrom Nashville to. New York, forty-eight hours over twelve hours quicker than any other route. Morning Train from Nashville connects with United States mail line steamers leaving Louis ville at 4:00 p. m connecting at Cincinnati with early morning trains .hast, Kaogaok checked from Nashvillo to bt. Louis, Chicago, Cincm nnti. and all principal Eastern citios. -ear The 3:00 p. m. Train from Nashvil.e does not run on faUJSUAi . Through passenger train leavins Franklin at 6:34 a. if., nnd Gallatin at 7:12 a.m., arriving at Nashville at9:00 a.m., nnd the through passcngesr leaving JNnsnvillc at AW p. jr., win accommo date local travel between Na'hvillo nnd Frank lin. AI.HEKT FINII, jy7 ly Qcn'l Superintendent L. & N. R. R. Shelby Female Institute, KASHVIIXE, TENNESSEE. 1 HIS FIRST-CLASS SCHOOL FOR YOUNG I LADIES opened yesterday, with the follow ing resident faculty : GEO. G. BUTLER, A. M., Principal nnd Pro- lessor ot Ancient i.nnguagcs and Mathematics. cipnl and Professor of Ethics and Natural Sci ences. MISS AIARY L. DUNN. Chanel Superin tendent nnd leacnerot Anglian. MKH. ill. Li. uh AfM aft, JSnglisn iirancbes. ill I SS K. 11. liUTliKH, Unglisb Hranches. MR. WM. HERZ. Professor of Music on Piano, Gmtar, Harp and Organ, and Vocal Music. Ml MS K. A. r 117.11 UU ti. Vocal nnd Instru mental Music. MISS A. K. BUTLER. Instrumental Music. Minpimruui T i! patihiii.' c AT.,ri,i Teacher of French and German, Drawing and Painting. Ulnar experienced teacher? will be added as the school requires. uku. u. uuxluu, a.m., Pnnpcipai. EVENING CLASSES. We propose to oncn in October, a class for young ladies for instruction by lectures in the Natural Sciences. Also, a class in Elocution for ladies nnd gentlemen, torfurther informa tion apply to UEU. u. uuiLiiJK. A. M.. fnnciDal. or GEO. S. BLACKIE, A. M . M. D.. Vice Prin. sep3 Ct J. W. nffcFKRRHV fc CO., Booksellers and Stationers, No. 27 Cherry Street, Nnslivllle, TTAVE OPENED THEIR NEW STORE LJl and invite the attention of buyers to their desirable stock. A supply of t he Books used in the City Schools will be Kept, with a general assortment ot School Roolts, .lUseellniicoiis Works nnd Stationery. sepl 4t Hill McAlister. JohnF. Wheless. Formerly of J. A. Mc- Of Yeatman & Whe aiistcr Uo. less, New Orleans. M'ALISTEH AND WHELESS, COTTON FACTORS, AND GEN'L COMMISSION MERCHANTS. No. 63 College st (near Broad) Nashville, Tenn. HAVING A LONG EXPERIENCE IN THE Slornsre and Sale or Cotton, and promising personal attention to the interest of our inenus, wo uuiu iu kiiu vuuru buusihcuuh, and respectfully solicit your business. Rope, nagging and iron lies constantly on nnnq. augl4 Am J. LUMSDEN & CO., UAMUFACTDRIRS AND DEALERS IN HIDES, OILS, LEATHER Findings, Curriers' Tools, Ko. 9 SOUTH MARKET STREET, No. 9 XAfSHVII.T.E, uiyl3-tf TEIfXESSEE. In Chancery at Linden. State of Tennessee. Office Clerk and Master. Luancery uourt at Linaen, August ly, lbbi. Joeph II. CraiK vs. Mary Jane Craig? Peti tion lor uivorce. TT APPEARING FROM AFFIDAVIT FILED JL in this cause that defendant, Marr Jane Craieir. is a nan-resident of tbo State of Ten nessee: it is tncretore ordered that she enter her appearance herein before- or within tho thrco first dars of the next term of said Court. to be held on the second Monday in December, 1S67, and plead, answer or demur to complain ant's bill, or tho snmo will bo taken as confessed as to her, and set for henrinp cz parte, and that a copy of this order be published for four suecowivo weeks in the NashviIIo Lmon and Dispatch. 11. M. JLliV.U-Aft, u. s M. auj29 w4t In Chancery at Nashville. State of Tenneasco Offico Clork and Master. Chancery Court at Nashville. An?. the2id. 1S6T. Wm. R. Elliston complainant vs. M.iry E. Clai borne detendact. TT APPEARING FROM AFFIDAVIT FILED X in the amended and supplemental Cross Bill of Mary L. Claiberne in this causo that de fendant, fc. is. ummnener 11 a non resident of tho btatc of Tennessee: it is therefore ordered that ho enter his anne.nrance herein before or within the first three days of the next term of said Court, to be held on the first Monday in Novembcrnelt.1567. and plead. answer or demur to complainant's bill, or the same will be taken tor confessed as to mm ana set Iter hearing ex parte, and that a copy of this order hp published for'fonr consecutive weeks 2 . i v -1 -1 1 - t - - j n:...i.i- A eopy Attest : M. U. UU W r.LL, Clerk and Master. Rice i Thompson sol'rs. seplO wit Pure Wine Healthy Summer Drink. T0HN HESS, NO. SOUTH MARKET f J street, has for sale a genuine article of Rhein Wine, vintage of 'J2 and '65. whieh will be sold to families cheap. During the warm, debilitat ing summer montbs, no more neaitny beverage can be used. Having been imported by the Proprietor direct while in Europe, it can be relied upon as genuine. julytf 3m. iETIA LIFE INSURANCE CO. Of Hartford , Connecticut, AfcHets, January .R500,000 'Ist. 1867, Iucoinnforyenr einll 83,522,935 Jan. 1, 19H7, J And Policies Issued, 14,189 Nashville Agencv; 36 College P. P. PECK. Ilestdent Asreiit, W. n. TAI.BOTT, General Agent for Ten nessee and Alabama. sep2-tf T-ipE SEeON3.f NATIONAL BANK, OF NASHVILLK, College Street, near Union, Designated Depositary and Financial Agent of the.United States. . it is prepared io transact a regular Banking busiess, and furnish Exchange on NEW YORK. NEW ORLEANS. LOUISVILLE. AND CINCINNATI. Government Securities Gold and Silvor.bonght andsoldon Commission. JOLTN LUMSDEN, Presidont. v. j. xuuauAa, uashior.. oct21-ly. FOURTH NATIONAL BANK, MSHTILtE, TESiX., IS DOING A REGULAR Banking and Exchange Business, (And will pay special attention to Collections.! CAPITAL STOCK, $200,000 DlRECTOItS. DAN'L IIILLMAN. 0. F. NOEL, JAS. WHITWORTH, BYRD DOUGLAS, R. II. GARDNER, SAM'L WATKINS, W. II. EVANS, B. S. RHEA. A. HAMILTON. JAS. ffniIWORTn, JOHX porterfield, President. Cashier. june2 3m KEEP INSURE!) NASHVILLE COMMERCIAL INSURANCE CO, Oftlce In the Ltiillillncr of the Hunk of the Union. CAPITAL ALL PAID I1V. TflHIS COMPANY, ESTABLISHED IN 18M- JL Insures liullilinan. Vessels. In port, aierchan. dlse, Household Fnrnlture, and other property, on tbo most liberal terms, tire, Marine, and Inland risks taken at lowest rates. sa Losses liberally adjusted and promptly Daub; this Company. DIKEOTOKS: James Woods, M. Burns, Jko. H. Ewin, Robert Thompson, Jas. P. Eiskuan. It. O. McKaibt. Jko. Kirkman, (J. K. IIILLMAN, W. H. Kvass, Hcon M'Cbea, 8. N. Macet, It. O. E. D. HICKS. 13cretarj MoNAIBY, President. 8ep9-6mi CHH,W00Do&C0 Bonded Warehouse No. 2, Corner College and ICImrcli Streets, NASHVILLE, TENN. UOO Unrrcls Pure Coppcr-Illstlllcil BOBERTSON-OOUKTY WHISKY Made on the old plan, prior to the stoppage of thoDistillcrieeintho Fifth Coll oction District. Seventy-five Barrels Gcnnlno IfEWS M WHISKY, The oelehrated DDDI) brand the Inst of this article in the market. 75 hbls.S. Manning's WhisUy. Also, ont of Bond, n lare supply ol the dilTerent brnnils of all the recti fiers of "Whisky in Robertson nnd Davidson comities. Dcalera are notified that w are ennbll in ship our Bonded Whiskies to all roints at which bonded warehouses are located. Also, always, on hand, a large assortment of FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC BRASMES, 1(0 CIGARS. li.B. All articles guaranteed ns rep resented. jy20tf fP.&T. UNION BANK NOTES. TN ACCORDANCE WITH AN ACT OF THE J. Legislature of Tennessee, passed December 12th, 1666, entitled an aet "To expedite the dis tribution of the effects of Banks, which have or may make assignments among their creditors," notice is hereby given to the holders of the Botes of Ths Union Bane op Tmnissse to file them with the undersigned, at the Bank in Nashville, between now and the 1st day of January, eigh teen hundred and sixty-nine, (1S99,) and receive certificates therefor, or they will be forever barred from any participation in the assets of the Bank. Tho certificates will be received at t,i in nanncnt fnr debts due the Bank, wheth er tendered before or after the 1st of Janu ary. 1S69. JOS. W. ALLEN, Inute. Dec !&nS66.--21-to &KEEY&YARBE0UGH, WHOLESALE GROCERS, NO. 3 NORTH COLLEGE ST., 300 bids Extra Family Flour, L-OO bbls Extra Sunerlino Hour, 25 hhds New Orleans Sugar, 15 hhds Demarara Sugar. 50 bbls Crushed and Powdored Sugar, 200 sacks prime Rio Coffee, 25 sacks Laguyra Coffee. 50 bbls New Orieins Molossea, 50 bbls choice Syrup. 200 boxes Proctor & Gamble's Soap, 150 boves various brands Soap, 100 boxes Star Candles. 100 boxes Tallow Candles, hard pressed, 50 boxes fins Chewing Tobacco, 50 gross Fine-cut Tobacco, 25 bbls Smoking Tobacco, 25 kegs English Sods. 25 kegs American Soda, 40 cases 1 and 2 lb Can Oysters, 50 boxes Pepper, 50 boxes Indigo, 60 boxes Ground Mustard, 25 bbls Mason's Blacking, 50 boxes Pint, Quart and Half-Gallon, 20 boxes Garret Snuff. 20 gross Dnrkee's Blueing, 25 bbls Bourbon Whisky. 25 bbls Robertson county Whisky, 100 bbls FooteNash Proof WJiuky. 100 bbls Ginger Cordial, 15 bbls Ginger Wine. 15 bbls Sweet Wine. 50 bbls Grape Vinegar, 25 bbls Lemon Syrup, 50 boxe3 Starch. ' 50 dozen Euefcet', 50 dozen Brooms, 2000 Flour Sacks, 50 boxes Assorted Candy", Brandy. Rum, Gin, Wines of various brands, at WEAKLEY & YARBROUGII No. 3 North College street, iune 13 tf Nashville. Tenn. C. GALLEIIER, T. A. MATTHEWS, Late of Maysville, Ky. Maysville, Ky, C. NELSON. Late of Mt. Sterling. Ky. MERCHANTS' HOTEL, Fifth Street, Near Main, CINCINNATI OHIO. GALLEIIER. NELSON & CO.. juneC53m Preprietors. SAM'L COWAN. S. A. IIANDLY. COWAN & CO, SUCCESSORS TO COWAN, BRADSHAW 4c CO., HAVE REMOVED THEIR STOCK OF White Goods and Notions Northwest corner of lie Sqnnre nnd College street. . Mr. BRADSHAW remains with the new firm, and will be pleased to seo his friends as usual. COWAN &, CO. ' july!73m SOUTHERN LIFE INSURANCE COIIVDP.A-IN "X". CHARTERED BT TIIK LEGISLATURES OP Tennessee antl Kentucky, vnTn rBisrrrAL officks at aicmnhis, Tenn., and LoniSTille, Kr. CASH CAPITAL IMIIx UP ANI SE CURFXT INVESTED, 8200,000. Authorized Capital- $1,000,000, DOES BUSINESS UPON THE STOCK AND Mutual plan, guaranteeing to Policy hold ers cinlity ier cent of profits. Issues Policies upon nil the improved plans. All Policies non-forfeitable after second annual payment. No restrictions a3 to travel or place of resi dence. For full particulars, see Circulars or In surance Manuel. Ulempliiq Officers Geo. W. McCR!f, President: R. C Bri.vklkt, Sam. Tate, Vice Presidents; F. S. Davis, Treasurer; Ben. Mat. Secretary; Wu. C. Morris, General Traveling Agent. Xoulsvllle onicfr C. C. Spknckr, Pres ident; J. Frt Lawrence, Vice President; A. G. HonGFS, Treasurer; E. T. Hopkins. Secre tary; S. B. Falkinburoii, General Agent. BRANCH OFFICE No. 50 North Cherry street, Nashville, Tenn. F. E. PERItlN, General Agent For Middle and East Tennessee, North Alabama and Southern Kentucky. jy23 3m TO THE PUBLIC. COLORED CHILDREN RESIDING WITH in tho Corporation of Nashville, between tho ages of six and twenty-one, are hereby re quired to apply to professors Haley and Hamil ton, Principals of tho Colored Schools, at the office of the Board of Education, No. 67 South Cherry street, forTielteln of utlmiHsloii to the nolle Nohnoli, opening September 1st. 1867. Apply as above until the 1st September, be tween the houre of 9 and 3 each day. P. S. FALL. Pres't Board of Education. J. AV. HOYTK, Secretary Board. C. D. LAWRENCE, Sup't of Public Schools, augl td IB.. P.iT.. and G. copy. 1110151! Subdivision, of -Plantations. CJBCAJSTCFSFOM ALL rpiIE SOUTHERN ASYLUM LAND COM- X pany, in addition ta their grand scheme ol C.itv Rnil(npM and Lot, in whieh Col. M. C. Galloway's valuable residence in Memphis con stitutes the Capital Prize, at Five Dollars per Ticket, now offer chanees in a Mflemo that em braces FARMS FOR THE MIXOON. There is notia this hemo an acre of Swamp or Wild Land : eacn Farm is part or the whole of a cultivated Plantation cacti traot is on or within a few mites of a railway, either on the Memphis nnd Charleston, Mississippi Central, Jloblln nml Ohio, Meridian nnd Tlcltbliursr, or Mississippi r.nd Tennessee Kailrond. The several tracts are disns?ed-ef at tho lw est ;;ash valuation, in subdivisions of forty, eighty and 150 acres. Each subdivision consti tutes a prize, and ecl Ticket Costs One Dollar. For a description of the Property, refer to the new Pamphlet ivraed by the Company. Titles are perfect, or 'tho money will be paid to the winner of tno rnze. All l.tnd in this scheme Is In theStntc of Mississippi The Capital Prize tvithln Alteon miles of Memphis, on the Mississippi nnd Tennessee Rail. rond. Tho lands aro tdapted to the growth of grain, cottangrapes. ssjLe.t are cheaper than Gvern ment lands, in cold latitudes, at one dollar and a Q,uarterJpcr acre. Tho average cost ef tbeae lands i seven dollar per acre. Tickets may be bad by application to the Memphis Agency. Ten per cent, deduction in favor of clubs of tea or more. iulyl6 tf In Chancery at Nashville. State of Tennee Office Clerk and Master. Chaneery Court at Nathrille, Sept, the 6th, leS7. Alexander Iser compliidant, vs. H. Harris and other defendants. TT APPEARING FROM AFFIDAVIT FILED in this cause that the defendant, II Harris. NaHm. RoMnaw and M. Goldsberg, are non-residents of the State of Tennessee- it is therefore ordered that they enter their appearance herein before or within the first three days of the next term of Mid Court, to be held en the first Monday In No vember next, lS6T,and plead, answer or dwnur to complainant's bill, or the same will be taken for confessed as to them and set far hearing ex parte, and that a copy of this order be published tor four censecntive weeks in the Nashville Union and Dispatch, A edpr-AttMt : M. B. HOWBLL, - . . c . . , Olerj: and Master. Eait Spurlock eel'rs for eompl't ep3 wts -txr-n MORE ISEW Clothing AT G. B. ABBOTT'S, 39 North College Street. IIVISAV STYLES' OF Frock and Sack. Coats ELEGANT BUSINESS SUITS. Dnck I.iiien Coats, PAS'TS A IV I VESTS. Beautiful White and Fancy MARSA1XLES "VESTS. i i The best made and bwt fitting, at very low prices i Gentlemen's Underwear, i , OLOVEN, susPEsrnuit.s, HALF IIO.SK. etc ' A large stoek of Cloth.'). Casimeres and Vest- ings, fine Duck Linens of various colors. AH of which will be made to order in the bet manner and WAHKANTF.1 TO FIT. junel CHANCERY SALES FOR Saturday, September 21, 1867 Thomas Chailwell, Ex'r, etc., vs. Edward Lawrence et al. TN PURSUANCE OF DECREE GF THE X. Chancery Court .it Nashville, in the abovo named cause, I will sell at the Court House at Nashville, at 12 o clock on SATURDAY, SEPTEJinEIl SI, IS67, Lot No. Hand one-half of Lot No. 16, fronting togetherseventy-fivo feet on the corner of Wood land and Foster streets, in Edgefield, together with tne vninnuiciiricic invciuiisr jiousc .thereon. Terms Credits ef one. two and three vears. with interest from dav of gale. Notes .required with approved security and lien reiaineu. oaie iree irom roiempuan. 5I0RT0N B. HOWELL, sepl td . Clerk and Master. W- H. Wetmore and other vs. W. A. K. "Wetraore and others. PT PURSUANCE OF DECREE OF THE Chancery Court at Nashville, in the above nnmod cause, I will sell at the Court House at Nashville, at 12 o'clock on HATTJRDAT, SEPTEJinEK 21, 18C7, The Store House and Lot No. on the east side of Market street, near the Public Square, at present unoccupied- Any one desiring to pur chase is requested to examine- the property. Terms One-fenrth cash, and tno reeidse on credits of one and two yeara, with interest from day of sole. Notes required with approved security and a lien retained. Snle free from redemption. MORTON B. HOWKLL, sepl td Clerk and Master. Alexander Fall and others, Trmtees, etc., vs. A. Larcombe and others. TN FURSUANCB OP DEGREE OF THE J. Chancery Court at Nashville, in the above named cause. I will sell at the Court House at Nashville, at 12 o'clock n SATURDAY, SEITE.HnEIt 21, 1807, A tract of land containingsixty-two acres, lying on the north side of the Cumberland River, known as Lot No- 4 in the division of the Home tract of Geo- Stull, deeeased A morn specific description can be seen at myoSice The land will be divided to suit purchasers Terms Credits of six, twelve, and eighteen months, with interest from dav of sale. Notua 'required with approved security and a lien re tained- r-ale Iree lrom redemption. MORTON B. HOWELL, sepl td Clerk and Matter. B. E. and J.J. Garrett vb. Geo. J. Hooper. TN PURSUANCE OF DECRRE OF THE JL Chancery Court at Nashville, in the above named cause. I will sell at the Court Home at Nashvilie, at 12 o'clock on SATURDAY, SEPTE.M11ER 21. 18B7, 'A tract of land 'supposed to contain fourteen acres, situated in Davidson countv. adMiimnir the lands of Robert Powers on the west and east, and Mrs. Olivia Cox on the south, and liounded on the north by the Murfreeshoro Turnpike." Terms Credit of six months. Notes required with approved security, with interest from day of sale, and lien retained. Sale free from redemption. MORTON B. HOWELL. sepl td Clerk nnd Alaster. Andrew Tyler vs. R. F. Woods, Adm'r, nnd others. TN PURSUANCE OF DECREK OF THE JL Chancery Court at Nashville, in the above- named cause, I will sell at the Court House at Nashville, at 12o'cIock on SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1807. Lots 8 and 9 in the rdan laid off bv'C. W. Nance and Benj. Clements, in South Nashville, front ing fifty feet on the east side of Collere street, immediately north of the Howard School building, and running baek 100 feet, more or less, t an alley. Terms Credit of twelve months. Note re- ?uired nith approved security, with interest rom date, nnd lien retained. Sale free from redemption. AIUKTON H. HOWELL, sepl td Clerk and Alaster. Shelby Female Institute, Corner of Hrond and Vine .Sis., NASHVILLE TENN. rMlE SECOND ANNUAL SESSION OF JL this Institution will commence on the flrt Jtlondny of September, divided into two term of five montbs each. The advantage offered by this Institute are a sound and Kberal tsngmb education, wbile every opportunity ri afforded pupils in Vocal and instrumental Music, Ancient and Modern Languages, and Ornamental Branches. In the Murical Department, the services oi the talented Lady Musician and Vocalist, whose skill was so fully appreciated last session, have been again secured, and in addition a resident rroieseor, wno nas Heretofore been associated with the Prineipal, will give Crst-ela instruc tions on the PIANO. HARP, ORGAN and U U I I A K. The Department of Modem Languages will have at its head a native Freneh woman, and the French and German will be taught at spoKen languages. The Scientific Denartmnnt it tinri-raltarl in tha South for the completeneM ol its Apparatus, collection oi minerals anu notorial Ultut ra tions, and will continue to be taught by the v ice I'nncipai, tonnerly 1'reteseor in the Nash ville University, and whose abilities are so well Known. The position of the buildlnE. firmarfv Vmiid a the Shelby Medical Collage, is central, airy anrl mnrftment. nnd thn mmI ..i-.fnl ,iiu,ia. is paid to the health, comfort, habits, moral and -iuo i jinciini -"iimiBmiy appeals to me ra- I sultoof theit seuioa for the best certificate oi me cnaracier anu snccesa ol tne IDMitntlon. TERMS Board and Enslish tuitinn. - ' m ire jsenioe. i: or terms of day pupils and other ioibrma v wv. w I'Uiiiiiia. i. 41 f WtUW I nil . QKS.BJCKlE,A.M..M.D..VioePriii-Hl. j j jj uav tan IB.. G P.AT. eopy in dally 2m. In Cliancery at NaahviHe. State of Tennenne Ogca fTIarlr ami Uoii.r -Daneery -ourt at a as ti rifle, Aug. tne 2W, Imr. "William W. Wood (oik eompJalnaot vs. Itardert isnion ijewis, rwm r et.. and other, de- jvnuaoin. TT APPEARING FROM AFFIDAVIT PILED in thia cause that thn rtafiarwlanta Itarmr Jisaion r,ewi, laio r ot vv m. wobb wilkin dee'd. Louisa (. Wilkins, Edmund W. Milkin' KHen E. Lewi. Benianin Lewu. Lnla r, U'ii' Xin, JoanL.. yuikin. ilenry L. Wilkins. Ja A. Sodden. Jame M. Alonnn ami Trill;. W. Wilkins. are non-rai(inta of tUm a.. r icunuaiu : 11. n lucraore oraerea tnat they enter their abearance herein before or wfhin the Enl three dam nf th n.-rt Court, to he held on the 1st Monday in November na-r ISa? anJ aW.i 5 ' rinanfs' bnl'Sr ih. A copy-Atteat r M. B. HOWELL, Ha.1. I -r-: Marshall, sol'rs for cowpt'tt gepo wit PFRR Y SO USE, AOTON YOUNQ- & CO. Preprleters augSllw IiAJfD FOK SAXE. AyiWA?uLE TRACT OF LAND. SITTJ. atea in the neighborhood of Triune. W1U adantedTnnf.-110.?0'1 aDd fl nthJr A,!r.rodaeHo,l of eettoa. wheat, eera Snd SEXS2t-n It" nr Nashville to two academies and several churches, and w surrounded by excellent socio r It is finely tSin-A WtiS ? Crrk ot,A ater entirely through the land and several never-faiHag tnBStJmi w?tadI1'l t Who grass. aS the bottom land to meadows. An exeelleat tok farm might be made of it. oa aeeust of the water ai.d the hill had. J3SJ" tor grass. The tract eonUins 320 acres, asd if the purchaser sbould desire it. adjoining htads oaa be purehossd. A barcain can be booo t by arly im to the undersiKBud. or to Jufca S. Claybrook. who is authorised tosll iL Pf2 tf WILLIAM B. BSASLBY. WASHING- MADE EASY! Mayer's Improved Soap Z 'fe06 lver iltl- It sv tfoe wljubiatabn and emk1 sque!iiBK. it roTp1S32 ff? the sliithtest injury to color or textare ef material. TRY ITt TRY IT! and be mvi-ed. For sale by fKrMET'OODSal And by augtf L. COLEMAN, Dfiuafet. 210 Church Hreet. CHEGARAY INSTITUTE. (FKBNCH AND ENGLISH.) FOR Y0UNO LADIES. BOARDING AND Day Pupils. 11527 ami 1029 -Spruce Mtreot. PHILADELPHIA, Pa., wilt w-open on THURSDAY, September 19. I'renoh is the language of the family, and li constantly spoken in the Institute. MADAME D'HERVILLY, may31 3m Priacipalt J. CURREY, UNDERTAKER, A1 ND DEALER IN METALIC BURIAL CaSM. No. 70 Union aire- Icaam anMiantlv on hand a rood assortmeiit ef Caskets, Cased and Wood Coffins, and m prepared to fttrnbk everything neceseary for fanerai at tho borteat notice, both in the city and country, ami at prices as low as any house in the eitr. augl3 3m J. U. CTIRRltY. EAST TEXAESSEE Farming and Stock Lands JV t Cha.iiceiT Snlc. TN PURSUANOB OF DBCRBES OF THE L Chancery Coart at Nashville, io the cum of B. Litton and W. II. Gordon and Wife iMalcwt G. M. Fogg, Administrator of R. W. MeGafeak. deceased, and E. G. F. Hughes, Trnstee. I will sell at public auction, to the highest bidder, in the town of Bristol. Sullivan county. Tennes see, between the hours of 10 a. v. sad t r. x.,n THURSDAY, SEPTEMIlElt 10, ISC7, A large body ofLaad lying about two tiea front Bristol, KuWv eoMr, TeeMttMe, b Beaver and Cedar Creeks, known as The Bushong Iron Worki Plaoe, Being the same purchased in ISS7 by "W. If. Gordon and K. W. McGarocJr. at a ! HMMie under a decree of the Ch eenr- Orart nt Joneboro. This property contains .1-1 8-1 Acroa, more or 1ms, And includes the Mlahrmlail Rlflf'TITTi ixmv BANKS. It will tie sold aMflnliu la ika mUa r ,n. sinn ifed at the snle HMtde by tkm dek mm! Maeter at Jonetbero. in ttof. from nbUk it ...... . .... iimui cvfltwfrrK wwm du so about OOO Acres each. A Mr mt li he found at ray office in Nah ville, ttkeoHee of tne uierk anl Master at Jonesboro. and Mr. ra. B. Deeiy, at Bristol, will show the tead to any one applying. On the middle ni.rtwin i.rik;, r Beaver Creek, there is abundant water nower, sufJicient for any amount of maebiaerj. the tails being sixteen and seventeen feet in Mgat. There are al.-o on this portion several DweiHag nouses, to wnicn purrHaaers could at one carry their familie. a larro Ram aa) a nwl ma w .Mil. I. Hnd ums v JIII.L ,.r -..,,., cient fur all present u- e-. un the lower portion t the Tract, about four miles from Bristol, are the welt known AVOCA .SPRINGS, The WHITE SULPHUR Water of whiek k been analyied. and fount! to ba curative Sulphur Watert of Virginix. About one-third of the whole tract is denred. and two-thirds heavily timbered with Mgar trees, oaks, hickories, and other growth eoatMon to that country. The land is uiutulnHair .. duces excellent Rrau indigenoualy, awl muck of iue cieureu tanu is bow well set in Itiiee grnainr. and the remainder susceptible of being eon verted into valuable meadows. Beaver and Cedar Creeks and their tributnriaa ini,.. with a large number of perennial spring, water the land thoroughly in every part. There m no tract of land ot the same dimensions in the State so well adaptel for a ftock Farm. TIIK TERMS OT SALE Are ONE-FIFTH CASH, and the residue on credits of one, two and three year, with intereot from tho dav of aale. Purfthaaara trill 1. . quired to execute notes for the deferred twy raenta, with Mtisfaotory peraoaal seearity. and a lien will be retained until the whole puroawe monev is naul. ThB aala i. fraa fnu ..iu... Hon. and the purchasers wilt aortrire an abso lute title. , MORTON B. HOWKLL. Id Clerk and Ma tor. Real Estate Sales FOR Saturday, October 19, 1867, AT THE COURTHOUSE, AT XA3H VILLE, AT 11 O'CLOCK, A. M. Int. In the ease of Ellen Cabill v. KieWrd Cahill and others, 33 feet inched of gronnd or South College street, in Neieos's ntan, belong ing to eetateof Jatsea Cahill, dec'J. 31, In the case of Henry Matthew et ah-, w. Margaret Matthewi et nil.: 107 aerea in rath District. 7 jnile from Naehville. near the Lea-ie ville and Nasbritle branch turanilfa. -- '- - to eetate of Jeremiah Matthew, dee'd. 3d. In the case of David C. Love ei ale, v Alex. Matthewi et als ; Lot No. 10, Andrew Ce-' tleman's Plan. ti2 acres. iM milaa itfi. ville. near Uroai street turnpike road. Very fertile and heavily timbered. Beioagiag to es tate ol Amelia Love, dec d. 4th. In the case of M B. Howell, adrn'r. eto. vi. M. A. Shelton et als.; 52 feet, with headiomii residence on i Broad street, belonging to eMe of M. L. rineiton. dee'd. 5th- In the case of T A. Irwin, adm'r. etc., vs. James Irwin et al.; The Kaebel Irwin sota, ad Oiaing the Hume High School an Hpnweiiliist Four lota on .ManlKoirax u.rV.Jii5 ' 41 feet front. - t.?i; 'aMof L D. Gower etaI,vF R. Cheatham et ale.; 1BW aerea (Ut iTe-l of M m. Gower'" plan; on the Charlotte tannUM. tn. In the cane nf V TT iVubu .r AfL als., v. Claude Fletcher, et als.: 231' aa. t. lots of the Marv K. Pltar liiT.J 21,J,m,.ltM 'Tom Nashville, near Dickiaaen Pike. The larger portion very fertile, wefftfc bered and with good water on the meaibe St ;o ui rt in. raie anu win at am. I. TfaoraM CttHa: 47Araa. TKatrf U- a fourth timbered, halan, S.TT wood, belonarinr tn nf ra.. J5 deeeaced. 1 9th. In the case of K HV mi mlm T - -M hanks et ' aysce. District No. 19, 1 mSUa from Nhvl. with extant w4r anslaowo Usber. beioafina' tn Ika of W. X. Om- Dan Kg, oec a. . ln fc5 cjmo of X. Baxter adm'r ese.. rt. t JV- v.'il. 1vairma sear ra- 1n'e. ot J, Cheatham, helea to -sSL of Nelson Mr Daniel OoU d 11th. In the of R. B. Jan. W. Wayte ar mi mtm ayte , The Ja-aea C. Wfcrte rrtniiiT Broat street, corner ofViM 'aaraat d unimprore-J. "roe. f ' loot on Vacant an Mill.betoacbw L. -ill- JrSLVJ TiT? "Ktea'i Ibaab aT - eoaeod. " e- IZih. In the nn r CH , WilrWlieree lwlZX2 I4th. In tka nn. ttrrrr.: s, . . . . J. MIoodrdoc'd.: ft wTOrSr ah.: 17K acre, land in IMvWh nS? t "C'.n the plan oj U'ir k2r. Iv "f in J?. M, Oolrirh tm one of tho hotri of lMmun.1 Ooedrieh. dee'd. lne above nronartv trill k-. naj .1 - erees i heretofore rendered in the above cautee hj tbe County Coart of DaTdon -ounty, and imi terms satisfeetory to the imreoaoeni. which will be more fully naa-le known on or bate ike day of ! P. L. NICJIOL. set 6 td Tlerk Dtividana Coanly ' Court. A fMAn rnnrrn UUUU lull A M lulls i on Tin: ;i;xi:wii,oyei. PERSONS DESIROUS OT OBTAINING A IT o ixl iinytnc IiIumi will aaa.1 c circular enntammg information rtnaeiilM tho raanalhetare of an ILLtJMINATINfinrT. JlT iiar to Coal Oil. whirh ean be prwlaeed wWi Lata Vml" no. in i tne owe of Calvin Xorgaa, mmfr etc.. vi. F H. Morgan, at ak.; 372-7 a?3n ti 'id ii nrrnviiiir. rrww eh (wpim yfu" "a-rvimt ft 11a. Vt a ruara jflering Town and County Right. s&iVL $200. A eountr right H a fbrtoae ta tta prising man. Addretf Mle4ag Hrain No. tf Seeood street. Behte.". A!