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Urgost Circulation In (Jity and State. KATES OF A D VEKTISIXO. r I H &00 8.00 10 11 JSW 141 1WX! 18 S.00 4.60 5.C0 m 12.0 ,0M11W16. fMin.i m io 18.501 10.00 i8.no 22.00, 36 .f0 7.1 S1.09 2tf.QQi 8 M0 111 12 13 14 15 lSLera4.0ft).tf 911.00 .te59!33.O0i 39,50 11.00, lCSO 22.0t J.l . 4S.00 101 mm im is.ni 24 no .a .so w.m 4b.:ji Mil IS- UJW'21.00 28.00 S?JMt45.r JBJ0 11W1ST 15.00 82.001 Tan lines .if solid nonnareil make one square, Yearly advertisers will be entitled to a dis count of 10 ner cent. Every other day te. o. d.l advertisements will lay te. o. a.) auveriisenenie win tliii- ef ahr ejittes. . is insetted mheTri-V(efkb'lwtl golfer it Kqdkrerer GrstJlSeewlon, be ebernedUte-WdKU ef ft AdvertWemetits be charged one go twi fifty cent each additional insertion. In the Weekly, one dollar a square for each InMTllefl. Hfieeial or Citv Item Notice, twenty eenU line, tint, and ten cenU a line every additional Insertion. Changes in advertisement will be charged at the rate of fifty cent a sauare. All advertisement are due from date of first Insertion. Hereafter the cash system will be ' adhered to, Mid no transient advertisements will tie teuen wn eMitwfl named by ine ineney.. Jones, " -ii.i.ace k Co., Union and Dispatch a. . ReBiBTS, WrTtwKW k Ebbvj. Banner. J s BiTN WlNHlM, - Por Prens and Times Oe Nashville. Tenn.. Jfs. at W. A TEXAS! LUNATIC OX NRI1'TCRAI. oEoditAirrv. The San Antonio Jltnld of the 1st int. give the following "revelations:" There in a man fnthevieinityof ITeIfaa,r Karnea county, who evidently consider himself one of the latter day prophet, if notfwints. He claims to be inspired, and what he doean't know iwi't worth relating for he knows everything. Among other things he wiyn it "ban been revealed to him that this is the Palestine country; that Christ preached his first sermon in Salem, five hundred feet underneath the present site of Helen; that Bcleto was Enon, in whioh Christ was baptised, and not in Jor dan ; that the San Antonio river is the Euphrates; that the oitjr of San Antonio stands immediately over the old city of Jerusalem ; that the lop of Solomon's tem ple ie just sixteen and a half feat under neath the soil at San Antonio ; that in due time he Is going there to dig it up, and set the people all straight; that Jerusalem is to be rebuilt, lU that Helena is to be the site, etc. We leel very jealous of the pros pects of our neighboring city. A Novel Editorial ExrunsiON. A number of Western newspaper men pro jMse to make an excursion in October from Illinois to the Rocky mountains This is no common festtva!. There will lie one hundred and fifty persons in the party ; each man will he armed with an Knfiold rifle, and a mountain howitser will lie mounted upon a platform car, to be ready in case the rifles fail to repel the Indian attacks expected along the route; a printing press is to be taken along and a twenty column daily newspaper will be published ; the . party will subsist upon game killed upon the route. This company will leave Chicago on the 7th of October and go through to the present terminus of the Union Pacific railroad the Platte route. WHO NTARTK THE I'ASHIO.NS? The New York TFbrM and Times are dis puting about ladies' fashions. The Times proposes a "Congress of American women to decide what style of dress American wo men shall wear." Tlie World says: Wajhave srt of obj$kin jup'midhta Congress ourselves ; but it is certainly atle lihtful fancy that iU members would over agree upsn anything." ' Then, again, the World says : The French fashions, which all the world continues to pattern after, are now, and Sot a long time have been set by the demi-monde the worse than demimonde of the French eapttal. The short dreaas, all the latest and most extraordinary novelties of street and drawing-room costume, were origina ted by one or a conclave of the Parisian But all this, according to the Times "h pure noneeenee. The Trench fashions' lve no such origin, though it is very oem mon for men who know nothing about the Hihject to say they have. It would be as well and as wise to say that tho fash ions and the novelties in male costume are invented by blacklegs. The fact is that the 'Prench;fahions,' which America and all the world copy after, are the inventions of professional artistes in Paris, and espe cially in Berlin artist who, as such, hav ing nething whatever to do with the aVmt mtmdr, and who do not even as a rule, get their styles adopted through that quarter. By far the greater part of the novelties in ladies' dress really have their origin in ' Berlin, with the skillful, ingenious and fertile artiste of the Basmr. The Parisian gftverneni of style take up some of these and invent others, and by the &oilitias which they possess, establish them through out the civilized world. The dtmimmdc doubtless adopt them as well as the liaut mmde; but it is far more to the patronage of the latter than the farmer that their univorsal currency is due. m BANKRUPTCY. THIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE I THAT ON A the 4th day or September. A- D. 1887, a war rant in bankruptcy was ivued against the estate f W- C- Oainmofl, in the county of Smith and M4e f Tenaese, who has been Rdjudced a bankrupt on hie own petition : that the pay ment or any debt and delivery of any property heiescinc to rueh bankrupt, to him, or for his , and trannfter of any property by him are ter bidden by law; that a Meeting of the ered . iters f the aid bankrupt. prove their debts, asd to choore ope or more awisneo of his estate, the beki at a Court of Dsnkruptoy, to bo en on the 234 uy or Ootober. A. 1). at 18 o'clock a. M- at the office ef the Kejcis ivin Bankruptcy, tbe Courthouse in Car jggj Jennease, i ' U.S. Marshal, Messenger. By II, L. STl BBLfPlKLD. spl! 2t Dep. 0. . Manbal, Messenger ATTAOIOIENT. Dr. D. F. AVasfefetrse vs. Jae lUnaey. IN TjIIJS CASK IS APPEARING TO THE I a tliin nf i nn of Ikn noHrt that the detenoawt JaiTejVaaiey ta a new-refiilfnt of the State of U'esneMee to that tsw vrdinary process ol the MrifMMNOt UcrTwJrn her. it w therefore fflered that publication be made in the Union MM UiMMMrh, a sewopBper nublMhedin the city 9f jfeihrille, for the ponnd of thirty daya, r MfrtRctho saidJaae KaHiMr to appear ct mr tfiv4n the city of Nashville, and an war. plead rtiaNNrto coapiainaBtVbill by the 15th day of OctAter next enraine. or the wune will be takh for confened as to her, aad final judgment ren dered. Sept. lf.th, 1867. eef4& 4w T. D. CABSETTY. J. P. rOT ONLY THIS CITV. BPT THIS KK i "Mcnnntrv 1im Itecnme faMiliar with the reputation of DR. COLEMAN", aa th mott re ttaWe mhI wiwessftil praMMiw ha hit apeei- HVI III 1UD UWliH- Perhaps no phyician ha? Riven more atten tion to, and appnW hiuoeif more earaeatiy mM aMiduou5 to discover the saost ipee4r aw poaitive cure of disease of Females, diiaasy of a ifiratc natare; Manhood's Debility : Sdl abwe; Nervoua Debility ; Sexual Infirmities, etc., than he has. Patients who reide in the aUBtry can hare the remedies, applicable to Mieir several dtaorder fcrwarded to say pwR. earctullr secured in a TrtWe eompnf, aad in erery re poet of eooraaieat use. L&dtes need not hevitate in apriyim; fra4nee. A personal interview it not always neeesaary. Meduincs withiaatrumeiita eaa bewlmiiiistered thrsuch tho mediwm of corrorpondesca. l)r- Cet'BUAN always be found in his eftoa, in the rear of bfo druc atnre, cn AleLemore MrecU His medicine are carefully a4 aooa Mlejly eompoHBdcd by edneated aad aceom- jtPsfcea rnarmaceunsv wrwB. L. L. COLKMAN. M . sej7 tf 2Wt?i8reh st., Nashville. Taon. BEJtOTAI. TBEANOB & CO., CaVB REMOVED T11BIK STOCK OF onoccniBS, xnsvs, mquoh,s, htc, fVracrly eAM by A A. ncorJo.. P poslte the Chamber of Owpmerce, where ther .wanld be pleased to sec their old fnoadtand customers. lrW'ffl Ell Nashville Blood ASSOCIATION 00TJESE. THE FALL JIBUTI NO OVHR THE NAS1I- L ville Courfe will ooamence on Tl'KSItA Y, the 22t r October, and oontinue durinu the week. The sXakte advertfeod hare closed with the following entries : First Jny Tuesday, 22d Vny of October, 1S0T. FIRST RACE. Yupko American Stack Nfli 1 For two year oldi, that have never been trtined previous to thUFsill: the dash of a mile, ifSS entrance, play or nay. The Association to aad $100 if the race is run- 1M. Turner Jt Johosen name br. e. Chrystal, by Avalanche, dsm (Jem, by Childe Harold, two years old. 9d. K- O. Elliott names ch. f-, by 111 Cheat ham, dam by imp. Sovereign, two yean old- 3d. HI. S. Coekrill names b. c. Cm-cent, by Seeend Highlander, dam by Son of Priam, two years old- 4th. Crai? & Coekrill name b. f. b v Bill Cheat ham, dam Kffie Bynum, by imp. Qlenoee, two years old- Sth- Johnsen & Douglass name eh. c Riche lieu, by Hiawatha, dam Fanny MeAlister, by Umesra, two years old. SECOND RACE SAME DAY. Oe.y.r.n Stare For three year olds that have never appeared in public;' mile heats, $60 pBtrsncfi, play or pay. The Association to add $306 if the race is run. 1st- Smith & Hobson name b. c, by Blcak whad, dam Jane Wilking, three years old- 21 Turner & Johnson name ch- c-Longttreet, by Lexington, dam Alice Jones, by imp. Glen roe, three yearn old. 3d- Turner i Johnson name ch. filly Maga zine, by Australian, dam by old Wagner, three years eld- 4th. W; A- Foulks names br. c. Dumplo, by Bleakwind, dam by Ambassador, three years old1 ith. O. Mr- Darden names F. BUsick's ch- filly Maggie Hunter, by Australian, dam Ileads-l-Sar. by imp- Oleneoe, three years old- TniRD RACE-SAME DAY. Clab race, $250; free for all; two mile dash- fipeoiul Iny IVodncNiliiy, the 23d.' 1 FIRST RACE. Thk Exception Stakr Two mile hoats for all ages, 850 entrance, play or pay; free focall excepting Muggins- Association to add $300 if the race is run. lit. Smith & Hobron namech- c.by Hiawatha, dsm Prairie Flower, by imp. Sovereign, four years old- 2d. Turner k Johnson name oh. c; Chicka mauga, by Jack Malone, dam Alboni, by imp Albion, four years old- Sd- A- Barnes names 0. W- Darden'i p. v. Iantana. by Capt. Elgee, dam Angeline, by imp. Afion,isur years oia .... , 4th Johnson Douglass name cn- c. Duke of Orleans, by Jack JUalone, dam by ola tvagnor, four years old. ' &th- Johnson k Douglass name b. h- Rous (eou, by Commodere, dam Noty .Price, by Cost Johnson, six years old- SECOND RACE-SAME DAY Club purse $250, mile heats, free for all. Third liny Thursday, the 21th. FIRST RACE. Cumberland Stakk No. 1 For three year oldf, mile heats, S50 entrance, play or pay- The Assoeiation to add 250 if tho race is run- 1st. Turner Jc Johnson name ch. f- Magazine, by Australian, dam by old Wagner, three years old- 2d. Turner A Johnson name ch- c. Longetrcct, by Lexington, dam Alice Jones, by imp. Qlcn coe. three years old. 3d. Craig Si Cockrill namo ch- f- Notty, by Jack Malone, dam by imp- Sacklowie, three years eld. , .4-, 4th- Craig & Cockrill name ch. f. Sadowa, by Jack Malone, dam Sea Breeze, by imp- Albion, thrpe years old- 5th- O. W- Harden names F. Bissick'a ch- f. Maggie Hunter, by Australian, dam Heads-I-Say. by imp- Oleneoe, three years old. 6th. O W- Darden names F- Bissick'sch- c Patricion, by Hiawatha, dam Qloriano, by Eclipse, three years old. 7th- A- Barnes nanes T. L. Yancy's ch. c. Sandy Barnes, by Bleakwind, dam Prairie Flower, by imp- Sovereign, three years old- SECOND RACE-SAME DAY. Club purse $400, two mile heats, freo to all. Fourth ny rrldny, the 2flth. FIRST RACE. Youita America Stakk No. 2 For two year olds, the dash of a mile, $50 entrance, play or pay. Association to nddSSOO if the raco is run. lit. Turner It Johnson name br. c- Chrystal, bv Avalanche, dam Gem by Childe Harold, two years old- 2d. Craig fc Cockrill name b. f., cy Bill Cheat ham, dam Bfiie Bynum. by imp. Oleneoe, two years old. 3d- G. W. Darden namos F.Bissiek's b. c. Pat Mulloy, by Lexington, dam GIbnana, by Eclipse, two years old- 4th. G- W- Darden names F- Biasiek's b. o. Haiard. by Lexington, dam Heads-I-Say, by imp. Glencoe, two years old- 5ih. A. Barnes names G. W. Dnrden's b. f Chemisette, by Jim Rogers, dam Angeline, by imp- Albion, two yonrseld. 6th- Johnson & Douglass nnmo ih. c. Richc liou, by Hiawatha, dam Fanny MeAlister, by Omeara, two years old. 7th. Johnson A Douglas name-Wk. f. Char lotto Thompson, by imp- Micky Free, dam Ada Tevis, by imp. Albion, two years qd. SECOND RACE-SAME DAT. Club purso S450, milo heats, 3 in 5, free for all- Tilth "Day Sntnrdny, Ihc 20tli; . FIRST RACE Cumberland Stakk Nq. 2 For thrso year olds, two mile hents,$e entrance, play or pay. Association to add $300 if tho raco is run. 1st. Craig k. Cockrill namo ch. f. Notty, by Jack Malone, dam by imp- Sncklowic, throe years old. 2d. Craig k Cockrill namo eh. fSadowa, by Jock Malone, dam Sea'Brcoze, by imp. Albion, three years old. " n Sd. G. W. Darden names P. Bissiok's ch- f. Maggie Hunter, by Australian, dam Heads-I-Say. by imp. Glencoe, throe years old. 4th. G. W. Darden names F. Bissiok's ch. c. Patrician, by Hiawatha, dam Gloriana, by Eclipse, tbreo years old.. . 5th. A. Barnes namct.T. L Yancy's ch. c. Sandy Barnes, by Dlcakwind, dam Prairie Flower, by imp. Sovereign, three years old SECOND RACE SAfel'BjJMY Club purse $200, mile heats, for" bSiften horse. THIRD RACE SAME DAY. Club purse $600, three mile dflh, free for nil. It. F. COOKItllil,. President- GEO. W DARDEN. See'y and Treas. Nashville, Aug. 29, 1S87. 1m Cnmbcrlaml University, LEJBA.1V01V, 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 aro filled so well that it friends would not exchange teachers with any other College in America. Next?ession opens riKST MONDAY IN SEPTEJtBEU. For Catalogues, apply at the Banner of Peace office, Nashville, or address the President, B.AV. McDONALD. Lebanon, Tenn. iunel tf University of Yirginia, nnPAitTMKXT Or EXaiXEMUKG AXIi AFPI.IBD SCIESOF- MlIl'lS DEPARTMENT IS DESIGNED TO X Prepare young men in the most thorough manner as Civil and Mining Engineers, to de velop the material resources of the country. The instrooUsn is cisso tyr lectures, by text books, hy jiracUee iif tfi fieln.ln the laboratory, and with the drawing board. The oeurse of in ssnutjftn is embraced in the followinr'sahesls : I. School of Piire Mathcmatioi Pref. OhaS. S Vbjmble. H. School of Natural Philosophy Pror. Framois II. Smith. III. School of Chel?try Pref. S. Madpis. IV. 9ehol of AppHed Mathematias Aasist aat Prof. L. Boosr. V. School of Mineralogy and Geology Prof. F. II. Smith. VI. Sebool of Tcehnelogy and Agricultural f u i e Professor to be oleoted September 4. Tbeseesion commences October 1. For fall circulars apply to N. 31AOPIX, Ohairman. jjrlaw8w FOR RE ITT, TIER Nashville Female Academy. 'KtMTr.CS. ETC.. I Trill nffWr Ihn NAKIt Vll.T l.1 FB.MALE ACADEMY for rent to tho hifhest bidder, at IS o'clock on HATDHDAT, 8EPTEJIBER XI, 1SOT, UroK the KiLLoimre Teems : The renter will be required to enter" into an agreameat to open a school for the education of t aulas without unBeoeaaary delay, and to carry on sueh a school as has heretofore been carried on at the said Academy. The premises will be rented "for a eessien of Ave months, with the privilege of a longer term if the suit should not be Moner dosided." The tenant will be also rodwrea to return the property Into my hands HMD the order of the Court. Tie renter will be required to execute a bond jrHh fuSeiest security in the penalty of FIto Theusand Dollars, eo&dttioned to osmply with the term, aad "to perform the mattors stipu lated in the contract of rentier." and to perform the order of the Oanrt in this behalf. ATORTON B. HOWELL, sepJ td Clerk and Master. ST. LOUIS LAW SOMOOl I.A1v'lr.l'AItTMEXT 6' VfASiUXU- ton university; St. XiOuIr ..ynh5oirl. THE FIRST TERM OF THIS LAW SCHOOL will open on Wodmid!y, October 10, 18C7, and continue for six months. Instruction will be given during the course Uwo years) in International, Constitutional. Admiralty and Maritime Law, Jurisdiction, Practice and Proceedings in U.S- Courts, by Samuel Treat, U. S. DistrictTludge; Alex. Martin, Assistant History and Science of Law, Equity Jurispru dence, Pleading and Practice. NATnAxrnt. Holmes, Justice Supreme Court, Mo Law of Real Property and Succession!. Albert Todd. . ' - Pleading. Practice, Evidence and Criminal Ju risprudence. XTohx- D. S-- DRYDyy. late Jus tice Supreme Court. Mo. Law of Contracts, Commercial Law- Henrt Hitchcock. Lectures and Recitations in Polytechnic In stitute Building, Seventh and Chesnnt ftroeU. Occasional lectures will be delivered by mem bers of the Advisory and Examining Board, on which the following gentlemen nave been appointed : Hon. S. F. Miller, of U. S Supreme Court ; Hon. C. B. Lord. Hon. S. Itcbcr. Judees St. Louis Circuit Court: Hon. D. Wagner, Chief J ustleo oi Missouri ; w. u. rapton, late uniei Justice of Missouri; Hon. A. JCrekel, U. S. Judge W- Dls. Mo.; Samuel T. Glover. Esq ; John R.Shepley, Esq.; John M. Krum, Esq.; C C Whittelsey, Esa-; Jas. O. Broadhead. Esq. For circulars with further information, apply Ion and after 5th September next to S- A. Ran lett, Provident Savings Institution, 513 "Olive street, St-LouUlAIo. - klENBY HITCHCOCK, Dean of Law Faculty. aug25 dGweod w6t PIOUE & M ANLER, 1 WHOLESALE SHOE! ;N0. 1 I:NN. BLOCK, i u, (Up Stairs,) at.' I .. OVER EVANS, J1TE k C.O., i . IA.SM VltLIiTE, TENN; HAVING PURCHASED OF EVANS, FITE k CO. their stock of BOOTS, SHOES AND HATS, And having recently .added largely to the same by purchases from- Eastern manufacturers", wo are now prepared to oner to me irauc a very Large and Complete Assortment To which we would invite the attention of Merchants buying in this marKet. PIGUE fc MANIER. aug29 lm PETR0LENE, A Wcw Burning Fluid, Tfie Cheapest, Safest, and Best LigU in Use, Chonppr by one-lmlf thiui Candles 1 IVES TEN PER CENT. MORE LIGHT Tnnrl hnrhs ten ner cent, longer than the same amount of Coal Oil, and omits no oflensive odor. It win not sou me nnesi iaonc. no uiri or grease collects on the outside of the lamp, wtiiln ita KHllinnt. crimson hue creatlv enhances tho beauty of the effect when used ns a light for the parlor. WJI. .McItKI DK fc CO. Sold nywnoicsaio ana reiau ai uu.omuiu . . i i 1 1 - - , T - vjnerry strcei, ana ai an pnnciiiai iBjiuL. S- Agents wonted throughout Middle and hast ienne'soo. iy1 wim BAILEY, 0RDWAT & GO. N0S. G ami 8 BROiVJ) STREET, jVnSlivlllo ..- Tenn Cotton Factors, - Wholesale Grocers , and COMMISSION MBECHANTS. TTAVTNO REMODELED AND ADDED TO our Storage Department, we aro prepared to handle and store all cotton mat may oe en trusted to our care, and will promise that every pains will be takon to transact business with dispatch, being much better prepared for receiv ing and delivering uotton man nereioiore. We hnve on hand and for sale 10,000 yards Z. Ward's heavy Hemp Bagging. iu,iioii yards urccn Lieai nagging. 10,000 yards Blanket (heavy Bagging. fi.OOO yards Delaware Flax Ragging. 400 coils Machine Rope. 200 half coils Machine Ropo. 1,000 pounds Hemp Twine. IJbcrnl ndvnnccmenlH made on con signments of Cotton or other Pr'oduco. P BAILEY, OltmVAY CO. aug2S Cm IX EQUITY VS ItlCHMOA'D SUPE RIOR COURT, RICHMOND COUXTT, OEOnalA. Robert Walton, Sr., and Wm. A. Walton,. Assignees, etc.. vs. Wm. D. Ellis and others. Creditors of the Augusta Insurance and Banking Company. mo ADVANCE SAID CAUSE AND EXPE JL dite a final hearing theroof, it is ordered by the Court that all persons, bill holders or others, having claims or demands against tho said Augusta Insurance nd Banking Company, n ho have not filed said claims and deposited tho evidences thereof with said Assignees, be, and they are hereby required, On or before tho first day of January, 1868, to present said claim, and deposit the evidences thereof, if in writing, with the said Assignees, in the city of Augusta. Anditis further ordered that all sueh clcim ants, by the first day 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 as may he therein rendered by the Court: In default thereof, the Court will pass such decree as the rules of Equity retire. It is further ordered that this Interlocutory Decroo bo published once a month for lour months prior to the next term of this Court, in one of the public gazettes of each of tho cities of Augusta, Charleston. New York, Nashville, Montgomery and Hew Orleans. By the Court. WM. II. OTLL. Solicitor for Complainants. GEORGIA, RICHMOND COUNTY Clerk's Office, Superior Court Richmond County: I, Lafayette McLaws, Clerk of said Court, do hereby certify that the foregoing i3 a true copy of the order of tho said Superior Court in the case of Robert Walton, Sr., and Wm. A. Wal ton, Assignees, etc. against Wra. D. Ellis and others, creditors of the Augusta Insurance and Banking Company, which was recorded in the Book of Minutes of said Court, on tho 18th of June, IE67. folio 317. LAFAYETTE McLAVS. Clerk. June 20th, 1S67. jy23 lamlm New Yorlc and Bremen STEAMSHIP COMPAHY. First-Class U. S. Mail Steamships Atlantic, Bnlltc, Western Jlctropnlln, Fonrth Stcnmer, TOR SOUTH HAMPTON AJfD BREMEN, taking passengers to Soothanptcn,, London, Havro and Bremen at the following rates payable in gold, or its equivalent in currency: FIRST CABIN, $110. SECOND CABIN. 805. STEERAGE. $35. From Bremen, Southampton, navrc to Now York: FIRST CABIN, $ SECOND CABIN, $75. STEERAGE. S-l.t. Excursion Tickets ont and Home ; First Cabin, S2I0. Second CaMn, $130. Steerage, $70. SAILING PATS FROM NKtf TORE ASD JREMENt May 4 and IS Juno 1.15 and 23 July IS and 27. Aug. 10 and 31-SepU 7 and 21 OeU 6 and 19. For freiiht or-passage apply to W. W. TOTTEJT, - Agent for Nashville ISAAC TAYLOR. President, rnayl tf 40 Broadway, New orb. TO KENT. A GOOD OFFICE ROOM FOR RENT AT No. 50 North Cherry street. For terms -apply to A. NELSON k, CO.. No. GO Cherry st., or F. E. JKERR1N, 'General ' Agent Southern Life Insurance Company office, So. 6 Maxwell Home. icpSlw A. W RAM'IE, KO. SIBBOAI) STREET, Between Market and College streets. WHOLESALE BAKERS AN1 COW FECTIONERN, Manufacturers of all kinds of Candles, Crackers, Cakes and Bread, Dealers in all kinds of Fruits. Nuts. Haiiins find Sardines, Oysters, Canned Fruits, Pickles, Toys, notions, etc., cic. The attention of the city and country mer chants respectfu.ly solicited. WM. KhbUAii, Salesman. A. fc W. R ANN IE. fabffi ly " ii i ri 1 - roasnvuie ana unauanooga CHANGE OF TIME. Two Itaily Trains Lcnve A'axhTlJIe for WnshliiKlon, New Yorlt, and all Point East nnd Sontti. Close Connections Made at Chatta- nooga Horning nnd Eve ning; for all Eastern nnd Sonthern Cities. Ornne nr Genekai. SdpERINTENDK.VT. Nashville 4 Chattanoooa Railroad SOAD, 8. 1867. J ftashville. Tenn., June is ON AND AFTER SUNDAY, JUEY S8, 1807, and until further notice. Passenger trains will run as touows : ' Leave Nashville for Washington. New York. Atlanta, Macon, Montgomery, Augusta, Savan nah. New Orleans and Mobile at 5:50 a. v. and 5.00 p. M., arriving in Chattanooga at 2:00 a. u. and 2:40 p.u.; bota Trains maicmg close con nections at Chattanooga with East Tennessee k flom-ffin nnH Western .t AtlnnMn Rnilrnnrt Train?, lleturning, leave Chattanooga at 6:10 a. a. and t-.W p. u upon arrival ol ts. T. & Ua. and W. Jr. A. Trains, arriving in Nashville at 4:30 A. M. and 23d p. W. Elegnnt Fnlaco Slcoplnc Cars on nil airiii rassener lrains. SHKLBYvrLLK AccommodAtiok Leaves Shel byrsiille 5:00 a. m. and 10:40 i. u., arriving in Nashville 11:10 a. u. and 2:35 p. u. Leaves Nashville for Shelbyville 5:50 a. m. and 5:00 p. u., arriving in snelbyville y;UU a. m. and :. p. u, E. H. EWING, General Superintendent ISAAC LITTON. Oen'l Ticket Agent. ian2iV-tf. Louisville and Nashville AIIROAD SUMMER SCHEDULE, 1SG7. fie O M Jt E JT O ISO J U E Y 7. I8B7, Trains will run ns follows : Leave Nashville- :00 P. M. B:00 A. M. Arrive at Louisville-.H:00 P. M. 1:00 P. M Roth Trains make direct connection at Louis ville with tho Jeffersonvillo Railroad for St. Louis, Chicago, Indianapolis. Cincinnati, ualti mnre Wnsbinsrtnn. Plfiladclnhia. and New York. Time from Nashville to New York, forty-eight hours over twelve hours quicker tnan any otner route. Morning Train from Nashville connects with unuea aiaies man line iiiamcis miuut uuub villn nt.400 p. u.. connecting at Cincinnati with early morning trains East, Baooaqk checked lrora JXasnviiie 10 or. l.ouis, unicago, wiuciii nnii nnit nil nrincinfil Kastern cities. ffS- The 3:00 p. . Train from Nashvil.e does not run on buiUAl. Throueh passenger train leaving Franklin at 6:31a. m.. and Gallatin at7:42A.M.. nrrivingnt Nashville at9:00 a. m and the through passengesr leaving JNasnvillo nt3:UUP. m win accommo date local travel between Nashville and Frank lin, ai. in. it i i-irji, jy7 ly Gen'l Superintendent L. t N. R. Jt Slielby Female Institute, XASITVIEI.E, TENNESSEE. I ttto rmoT.nr iq! cniiiinr, stir vnnvn T.ATtTRR nnpnpfl veatenlaV. with the follow- ing rosiaeni racuuy: . GEO. G. BUTLER, A. M., Principal and Pro fessor of Ancient Lnnguagcs and Mathematics. GB0. S. BLACKIE, A. M M. D., Vice Prin cipal and Professor of Ethics and Natural Sci CnMISS MARY L. DUNN, Chapel Superin tendent and Teacher ot English. MRS. M. L. CHAPMAN, English Branches. M15UP II TtTTTI.'ER TWHah nrnnfhpq. MR. WM." HKRZ, Professor of Mu?ic on T):.n lnUni TTarn Cirn r nn rt rfn 1 AT nair MISS E. A. FITZHUGH, Vocal and Instru mental Music. . .MISS A. K. BUTLER, Instrumental Music. nnirrtrnTiT r T- T ' tTlIT f - f "' r..Ul Teacher of French and German, Drawing and Fainting. . ' Other experienced teachers will bo added as tno scnool requires. . . GEO. G. BUTLER, A.M., Pnnpcipal. ETENTNG CEASSES. "We proposo to open in October, a class for young ladies for instruction by lectures in tho Natural Sciences. Also, a class in Elocution for ladies and gentlemen, a orturtner miorma tion apply to . . GEO. G. BUTLER, A. M., Principal, or GEO. S. BLACKIE, A. M., M.D., VicoFnn. ecp3 6t 3. W. MclTJERRIKT & CO., Booksellers and Stationers, No. 27 Cherry Strcei, A'nsnvlllo, TTAVE OPENED TnEIR NEW STORE i i ana invito me attention ot Duycrs io meir j : 1. 1 ,. . 1- A supply of t he Books used in the City Schools win lie Kepi, wuu a general ussuriuiEiu ui School Boohs, MIscclIaneons Worhs nnd Stationery. sepl 4t Hill McAlister, i John F. W heless. Formerly or J. A. Mc- Of Yearman Jt Whe allsterJtCo. 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 Mloriuro mill Nalo of Cotton, and promising personal attention to the interest pf. our irienas, wo nopoiogiva euuio pimmvuuii, nnd respectfully solicit your business. -Rope, Bagging and Iron Ties constantly on band. . augl4 3m J. LUMSDEN & CO., UANnPACTUBEBS AND DEALERS llN HIDES, OILS, LEATHER Findings, Curriers'.,Too'ls, Ifo. 9 SOUTn MARKET STREET. So'. O N A S IITI I.T.E, TENNESSEE. ulyl3-tf In Chancery at Linden. State of Tennessee, Office Clerk and Master, Ubancory Court at Linden, August 1U, 1SS7. Joseph H. Craigg vs. Mary Jane Cralgg Peti tion for Divorce. r' APPEARING FR0MAFFIIA,TT FILED in this cause that defendant, Mary Jane Craigg, is a non-resident of the State of Ten nessee: it is therefore ordered that she enter her appearance herein before or within the three first days of the next term of said Court, to be held on the second Monday in December, 1867, and plead, answer or demur to complain ant's bill, or the same will be taken as confessed ns to her, and set for hearing ex parte, and that a copy of this order be publisned for four successive weeks in the Nashville Union and Dispatch. R.M.TH0MAS.C.JtM. anf-29 w4t j i Ip. Chancery at Nashville. State of Tennessee Office Clerk and Master. Chancery Court at Nashville, Aug. the 23d, 1867. Wm. R. Ellistcn complainant "vs. Mary B. Clai borne defendant. t TT APPEARING FROM AFFIDAVIT FILED J. in tho amended and supplemental Cross Bill of Mary E. Claiborne in this cause that de fendant, S. B. Drumheller i a non resident of the State cf Tcnncsseo: it is therefore ordered that ho enter his appearance herein before or within tho first three days of tho next term of said Court, to be held on the first Mondayin November next, 1SG7, and plead, answer or demur to complainant's bill, or tho same will bo taken for confessed as to him and set for hearing ex parte, nnd that a copy of this order ho "published for four consecutive weeks in the Nashville Union and Dispatch. A copy Attest : M. B. HOWELL, Clerk and Master. Bfce k Thompson wl'rs. UcplO w4t Pure Wine Hcniniy Snmmcr Drinlc Wine, vintage of '82 and J65, which will beold to families cheap. During tne warm, ueouitat inc summer months, no moro healthy beverago oon be used. Having been imported by tho Proprietor direct while in Europe, it can bo rolied npos a genuine. julyl2 Sa. T0IIN HBS6. NO. 8 S0UTII MARKET l street, has for sale a genuine article or Rhcin Wine, vintage of '82 and J65, which will beold LIFE fflS'imAKOKx'GO. Hartford, Connecticut., Ansel, January 1 i3,j cn1 Tf( It.clU7, !7, jbp,S V-Hk i v v v ' Incomeforyear endl fltQ X)i) Qf Jan: IfliSOT, y v$JiJ JjAjOk i And roHcieIsaued, -, - ,14,19 Nashville AgencvSG College P. P. PECK. Resilient A'ke'iit, W. I. -TAEBOTJ, General Agent for Tear nessee and Alabama. sep2-tf THE SECOND NATIONAL BANK, OF NASHVILLE, College Street, near.Unlou, Designated Depositary and Fitiancial Ageut of the United States. it is prepared to transact a regular Banking busiess, andfurnish.Exchangan. NEW YORK. NEW ORLEANS. LOUISVILLE. AND CINCINNATI. Government Securities, Gold and Silvar.bought andsoldon Commission. JOHN LUMSDEN, President, W. J. THOMAS, Cashier.. oct21-ly. FOURTH NATIONAL BANK, NASHVILLE, TEH IV., IS DOIN'O A REGULAR Banking and Exohange Business, ..if (And will pay special attention to Collecions.1 CAPITA! STOCK, 8300,000 DIRECTORS.' DAN'L HILLMAN. " R. II. GARDNER. 0. F. NOEL. SAM'L WATKINS. JAS. WHITWORTII. W. H. EVANS, BYRD DOUGLAS, B. S. RHEA, A. HAMILTON. JAS. TOTWORTH, JOHX POETERFIELD, President. Cashier. june2 3m KEEP USTSTJRED NASHVILLE COMMERCIAL INSURMCE CO. Office in the Building or the Bank or the- Unl an. C i. PITAX, &JL.Tj I?A.TX IN. THIS COMPANY, ESTABLISHED IN. 1864 insures Buildings, Vessels, in port. Mcrchan, dlse, Household Furniture, and other property, on the most liberal terms. Fire, Marino, and Inland risks taken at lowest rat on. BST Losses liberally adjusted aad promptly paid by this Company. DI KEOTOItS: It. O. McNaiet. Jamcs Woods, JNO. KlBKHAK. M. BtTBXS. 0. E. IIillman, lxo. H. Ewi.s, W. n. Eraas, Aobibt Thompsom, HCOR H'CSEA, jASrP. KlEKMAN. S. N. Macut, II. U. MoNAIRT, Prealdeat. K. D. HIOKS, SocroUry. 8op9.6gisi CHUWJOODu&CO Bonded Warehouse No, 2, Corner College and Cltnrch Streets,, NASHVILLE. TENN. -ci..dl . j Xi r'A on nviv, - UOO Barrels Pure Copper-Dlsilllrd R0BEBTS0N COUNTY WHISKT Made on the old plan, prttfr to th'e' stoppage of me'Ulstillenes in me Him uollectton district Serenty-Ilvo Barrels Oouulno The eelebratod-Iln brand-the Innt of this article in the market. 75 Iibls.S.ManninB's Whisky. AIo, out of Bond, n larirc snpply "of the different brands or all the recti fiers of "WTuislty In Robertson and BaTidson count I os. Dealers are notified that we are enabled to ship our Bonded Whiskies to all points at which bonded warehouses are located. Also, always on hand, a Jargeassertment ef FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC WIKES, BRANDIES, CIGARS. 17. B. All article jrnnrnntcI ns rep. resented. jy20tf fP-ET.1 UNION BANK NOTES. TN ACCORDANCE WITH AN ACT OF THE JL Legislature of Tennessee, passed December 12tb, 1S66, entitled an act "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 tho notes of Thi Union Bask or Tesitesseb tofilothem with the undersigned, at the Bank in Nashville, between now and the 1st day of January, eigh teen hundred and sixty-nine, (1869.) and receive certificates therefor, or they will be forever barred from any participation in the atsets of the Bank. Tho'certlficates will be received at far in payment for debts due the Bank, 'wheth er tendered beforo or after the 1st nf Janu ary. 1S69- JOS. W. ALLEN. Trustee. Dec 20SC6. 21-fcn . vxa. AKLEY&i5AEBR0n.GH,. L WHOLESALE . WSBk NO; 3 NORTir COLBEGE ST.," -! 200 bbla Extra Family Flour. M DDIS Extra Duperuuo v im-i, .26 hhdNew Orleans Sugar, 15hhds Demarara Sflgar. , 50 bbls Crushed and Powdered Sugar. t . 200 sacks prime Rio Coffee, 25 sacks Lafeuyra Coffee. 60 hbls New Orleans Molasses, 200 boxes Proctor Gamble's Soap, , , 150 bove3 Tanous brands aoap, a. .nn- f. . r Ji. ' ' ' 100 boxesTallowOandlea. hard presea. 1 50 boxes no. Chewing Tobaoco. : 50 cross Fine-cut Tobacco, 25 bbls Smoking Tobacco, 25-keg3 EnglUh Sodo. 25 kegs American Soda, ! 40 cases I and 2 lb Can Oysters, SO boxes Pepper, 50 boxes Indigo, 0 boxes Ground Mu3tard, 25 bbls Mason's Blacking. 50 boxes Pint, Quart and naif Gallon, 20 boxes Garret Snuff. 20 gros3,Durkee's Blueina. 25 bbls Bourbon Whisky, , 25 bbls Robertson county Whisky, 100 bbls FonteNash Proof Whisky. 100 bbls Ginger Cordial, 15 bbU Ginger Wine. ' ' 15 bbls Sweet Wine. 50 bbls Grape Vinegar, 25 bbls Lemon Syrup. 60 boxes Starch, 60 dozen Buckets, 50 dozen Brooms, . 2000 Flour Saaks. 50 boxes Assorted Candy, Brandy, Rum, Gin. ' ' ' Wines of various brands, at WEAKLEY k Y ARB ROUGH No.3 North College street, iune 18 tf Nashville. Tenn. iiri nnres Diar uuuuit. 0. GALLEHER. T. A. MATTHEWS, Late of Maysville, Ky- Mayaville, Ky. 0. NELSON. Late of Mt. Sterling. Ky. MERCHANTS' HOTEL, Fifth Street, Xear Main, CINCINNATI . OHIO. GALLEHER. NELSON k CO., iunor53m Proprietors. SAM'L COWAN. S. A. HANDLY. COWAN & CO,, SUCCESSORS TO COWAtf, BRADSHA TV fc CO., HAVE REMOVED THEIR STOCK OF White Goods and Notions - TO Northwest corner of the Square nnd CoIIpro street. Mr. BRADSHAW remains with the new firm, and will be pleased to see hU friends as usual. COTVAtf A CO. julyl73m SOUTHER' ;life insurance : cozMZFJOsr sr. CHARTERED P.Y THK LE0ISLATURR3 OF Tennessee and IiLcntuolcy, WITH PRINCIPAL OFFICES AT Memphis, Tenn., anil Louisville, Ky. CASH CAPITA!. 1VII VV ANIJ SK CBItEI.r INVESTED, 8500,000. Authorized Capital- $1,000,000. DOES BUSINESS UPON THE STOCK AND Mutual plan, guaranteeing to Policy hold ers clfrhty per cent or profits. Issue3 Policies upon nil the improved plans. All Policies non-forfeitable after second annual No restrictions as to travel or place of resi dence. For full particulars, see Circulars or In surance Manuel. Memphis Officers Geo. W. McCarx, President; R. C. BRWKLirr. Sam. Tate, Vioe Presidents ; F. S. D wis. Treasurer; Ben. Mat, Secretary; Wm. C. Morris, General Traveling Agent. Louisville Officers C. C. Spencer, Pres ident; J. Frt Lawrence, Vice President; A. G. Hodges, Treasurer; E. T- Hopeiks, Secre tary; S. B. FALKHJBPROn, General Agent BRANCH OFFICE No. GO North Clierry strccl, Nashville Tenn. F. E. PHRRIX, General Agent For MiddlcandEastTcnncseec, North Alabama and Southern Kentucky. jy23 3m TO THE PUBLIC. COLORED CHILDREN RESIDING WITH in the Corporation of Nashville, Between tho ages of six and twenty-one, aro hereby re quired to apply to professors Haley and Hamil ton, Principals of the Colored School?, at tho office of tho Board of Education, No. 67 South Cherry street, for Tickets or admission to the 'nblic Schools, opening September 1st. 1857. Apply as above. until tho 1st September, be tween the hours of 0 and 3 each day. P. S. FALL, Prcs't Board of Education. J. W. HOYTE, Secretary Board C. D. LAWRENCE. Sup't of Public Schools, augt td B.. P.&T., and G.copy.l FrM FOR OHE DOLLAR. Subdivision. o Plantations. CJJSTXyjESFOBJiLZ. rpHE SOUTHERN ASYLUM LAND COM of. JL pany. in " ' "aT F 'Jity Itesmences ana iuu. m naiinnn-r'aTnlnnhle resideneo .in Mempnii Galloway svaiuaDie resiaeuco .111 uicuiiuii i-un-titutes the Capital, Pqiej at Five Dollars per -TV i. . A .fTa .)ianiM in a fuheme that em- nun v .. . brace? FARMS FOR THE MILLION, There is not in thbcheme an acre of Swamp tt'iii TlM . n i nl. T?.i rm . mrf nr inn whnla or I iiu itnuu a " - - ; of a cultivated Plantation each tract is on or witnin a lew miles 01 a railway, euuer ou iuo aicmphio nnd Clmrleston, 2nTUiiiIppI Central, Mobile and Ohio, Merhllnii nnd Ylcksiuirsr, er .HiftHlttIppl nnd Tenneiiee Railroad. The several tracts are diapwed-of at the low est cash valuation, hi subdivision of forty, eighty and 1P0 acres. Each subdivision consti tutes a prke, and each Ticket Costs One Dollar. For a description of the Property, refer to the new Pamphlet issued by the Company. XitlM are perfect, or the, money will be paid ta the All iJind In this ncliemeis IntheNlate of Mlsslssipnl The Capital Prize wllliln.nrtcen miles or Memphis, on tne arissUstppt and Tennessee Itnll. rond. Tho lands aro adapted to the growth ef grain, cotton, grapos. etc., aro cheaper than Govern ment lands, in celd latitudes, at one dollar and a quarter per aore. The average cost of thec lands is seven dollars per acre. Tickets may bo had by application to- tho Memphis Atreiwy. Ten per cent, deduction in favor of clubs of ten or more. iulyl6 tf In Chancery at lashville. State of Tennessee OSiee Clerk and Master. Chancery Court at Nashville, Sept, the 6th, 1S67. Alexander Iser complaidant, vs. II. Harris and others defendants. , TT APPEARING FROM AFFIDAVIT FILED in this cause that the defendant. II Harris. Nslim, Rosenaw and M. GolaUberg. are non-residents of tho Plate of Ten nessee: it is therefore ordered that .they enter thoir appearance herein before er within the first three days of the next term of said Cnnrt. to b hrM nn th first Monday m No vember next, 1857, and plead, answer or demor to complainant's bill, or the same will bo taken for confessed aa to them and set fer heanng export e. and that a copy of this order be published Iw four consecutive weeks in the Nashville Union and Dispatch. . T A copy Attest: iJBv"wVi"T Olc rk and Master. East fcSpnrlocsol'rs for eompl't ep8 wts MOBE NEW AT G. B. ABBOTT'S, 39 North College - Street. in . I1V13W STYLES OIT FroGk and Sack Coate, ELEGAXT BUSINESS SUITS. Duck Siinen Coats, FA1VTS AND VESTS. Beautiful White and Faney 5IARSATT.LE9 -VESfJCS SHIRTS, . ' : The best made and best 'fitting, at very low pitees 'Gentlemen's Underwear, , OI.OVES, 'StrSPENOEIW, irAEr HOSE. ETC. , A large stpek of Cloths, Caslmeres and Vest iags, fine Dock Linens of varibiis colors. All of which will bo made to order in the boat manner and WARRANTED TO FIT. junel CHANCERY SALES FOR Saturday, September 21, 1867. Thomas Chadwell, Es?r, etc., vs. Eilward Lawrence et aln. TN PURSUANCE OF DECREE F THE JL Chancery Court at Nashville, in the abeve named cause, I will sell at the Court House at Nashville, at 1" o'clock ou NATURDAY, SEI'TEMHER SI, ISflT, "Lot No. 17 and one-half of Lot No. 16, fronting togethersevonty-fivefeetonthecornerof Wood land nnd Foster streets, in Wgefieid, together 'with thevnliinulolirlrlt Dwelling: Hoimo '1 hereon. Terms Credits ef one, two and three years with interest from day of sale. Notes required with approved security: and lien retained. Sule free frBmredemp on. MORTON B. HOWELL. sepl td Clerk nnd .Master. ,W. H. Wetiuore and otlier vs. V A. K. Wetmore and otlierd. fN PURSUANCE OF DECREE OF THE - Chancery Court at Nashville, in the above named cause, I will sell at the Court House at Nashville, at 2 o'clock on SATURDAY, KEiTEJIlJER SI, 1S07, The Store House and Lot No-36 on the eastsWe of Market street, near-the Public Square, at present unoccupied. Anyone desiring to pur chase is requested to examine the properly- Terms One-fourth oashr and tho residue ou credits or one and two years, with interest from day of sele. Notes required with approved security and a lien retained. Sale free frm redemption. MORTON B. HOWELL. sepl td Clerk and Master. Alexander Fall and others, Trustee, etc., vs. A. Larcombe and others. TN PURSUANCE OF DECREE OP TlfB 1 Chancery Court at Nashville, in the above named oauee, I will sell at tho Court House at Nashville, at 12 o'clock en SATURDAY, SEI'TEJIRER SI, 1807, A tract of land containing sixty-two aeres, lying on tbe north side of the Cumberland River, known as Lot No-4 in the division of the Home tract of Geo. Stnll, deceased A more speeiac description can be seen at my office. Tbe land will be divided to suit purchasers Terms Credits of six, twelve, and eighteen months, with interest from day of sale. Notes required with approved socurity and a lfen retained- Sale free from redemption. MORTON B. HOWELL, -epl td Clerk and Master. B. E. and J.J. Garrett vs. Geo. J. Hooper. IN PURSUANCE OF DECRBH OF THE Chancery Court at Nashville, in the above named cause, I will sell at tho Court House at Nashvilie, at 12 o'clock on SATURDAY, SEFTE31RER 31. 18B7, 'A tract of land 'supposed to contain fourteen acres, situated in Davidson county, adjoining the lands of Robert Powers on tho west and east, and Mrs. Olivia Cox on the south, and bounded on tho north by the Murfreesboro Turnpike-" Tr.RMs Credit or six months. Notes required with approved security, with interest from day or sale, and lien retained. Sale freo from redemption. MORTON B. HOWELL, sopl td Clerk and Master. Andrew Tyler vs. R. F. "Woods, Adm'r, and others. TN PURSUANCE OF DECREE OF THE JL Chancery Court at Nashville, in the above named cause, I will aell at the Court House at Nashvilie, at UteMtoek on SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER SI, 1S(17, Lots 8 and9inthorlan lahl off by C- W. Nance andBenj- Clements, in South Nashville, front ing fifty feet on the east aide of College street, immediately north of the Howard Soheel Building, and running back 100 feet, moro or less, to an allev. Trnui Crilit. nf twelve months- Note re- nt,i-A.l urltli annrnv.! ari Tltf Tvith 1ntprfl from date, and lien retained. Sale free from! redemption. MORTON B. HOWELL, sepl td Clerk and Master. Shelby Feomle Institute, Comer of Ilroad and Vine Sts., NASHVILLE TENN. rpHE SECOND ANNUAL SESSION OF L this Institution will commence on the llrit Monday of Neptemuer, divided into two; terms of five months each. The advantages offered by this Institute are a sound ami liberal English eduention, while every opportunity is afforded pupils in Vocal and Instrumental .Music, Ancient and Modern Lamnwe', and Ornamental Branches. . In the Musical Department, the service ol the talented Lady Musician and Vocalist, whose skill was so rully appreciated lust lessnu, have been again secured, and in addition a resident Professor, who has heretofore been associated with the Principal, will give firat-ctaw instruc tions -on the- PIANO, HARP, ORGAN and GUITAR. The Department of Modern Language will have at its head a native French weman, and the French and German will be taught a spoken language. The Scientific Department is unrivalled la the South for the completeness ot its Apparatus, collection of Minerals and 1'klerinl lllastni tin em. and will sentiaue to be taught by the Vice Principal, formerly Professor in the Nash ville Univenity. and wtUMe abilities are so well known. The position of the buildiBr. formerly knwn as the Shelby Medical College, u ewntrabiAiry and convenient, and the must carefai atiwtion Is paid to the health, eemfort, habU, morat aud retigiouf improvement of the pupihk ins rnncipai cnnnueniiy appfcau io merer sulti of the past ies'ion for the best certificate of tbe character and uccess of tbe Institution. TBR.M8 Board and Hmi'uh tuttMU, sassioa ef jfrre months. 4ISO. For terns of day pupil and other infbnea tiefl. see C4taIBio or apply at the Institute; 010. (1. BUTLBR. A.M.. Principal. Q EO. S BLACKIRVa. M-, M. D.. Vice PrincipI. jy20 dw2m IB.. P.T. copy 1 daily 2m.1 In Chancery at Nashville. SUte- f TennBeeet Offiee Clerk and Matter, Chancery Court at Nashville, Aug. the 39d, 1S67. William W- Wood folk complainant vi.Rerdett Asnton Lewis, adm'r etc. and others, de fendants. TTAPPHARINQ FROM AFFIDAVIT FILED In this eauso that tho defendant. Burdett Ash ton Lewis, adm'r of Wis- Webb Wilkin. decil. Louisa 0. Wilkino. Edmnml W. Wllfciny. fcllen L. Lewis. Benjamin Lewis, JJla u. Z kin. John L. Wllkln. Henry L. Wilkins. Jm. A. Kcdrlan. JimM Af. Morrftl and Will lam W, M'ilkins, are non-rcident f the State ef xcanessee : 11 m mereiore orarr-i inrj enter their appearppee herein before or within the fiirt three days of the next term of said Court, to he held on the 1st Menday in Jf evessber next. 1857. aad plead, answer or demur to eem nlainant' bill, or the same will be taken for confessed as to them aad set fbrbearingex parte, TV. mnrnf this order be oublfsbed for feoreenseenUvo week in the Nashville Union nndDUpateh. . , A copy Attest: m. i. hw auu. Clerk and Master. Guild, Smith k Guild, aad Campbell. AleEwen Marshall. J'Q-lC.aWBt,al . it4ft JPJEBM T JX O USE, i Coltmi litis, Ocoi'srla. ACTON -YOUNG CO Propriet-nr ang3tlw LAXD FOB SAlQEL A VALUABLE TRACT OF EAX STtl. XV. ated in tha neighborhood of TrMeir Wil liamson county, Tennessee, is offered WK iw br tho subscriber. The soil is riefc. and it well adapted to thoproduation of cottos, wbaat. Mrs and other cereal erops. It is n oar tho Nashville and Noleosville Turnpike, and very convenient to two academies anil several churches, and is surrounded by excellent socio.y It is finely watered with a creek of runn.. water entirely through the land, and several never-foiliBg springs. It i well adapted to blue graM, and tne bottom land to meadows. An excellent stock farm might be made of it, oh aeeouat of the water ami the hill land, being ited for grass. The tract contains 338 aeree. and if the purchaser should desire it, adjoininc toads es be purchased. A bargain can be boeefct by apply ing to-tBeunderstened, or t John S. Oterbrk, who is authorised tosH it. apratf WILLUM B. BRASLKY. WASHING MADE EASY I Mayer's rmproVcd Soap I S NOW MANUFACTimBDIWTniS CITY. h ?,f er.e1 tho pubiie at the bt, nr the ash Tub aver invccAsd. Itsnve tlsie and makw the wrsWhr of trrC family h ngut leb, requiring no boiling, bo rabWeg on washboards, no bluing, but sin ply efeati water and good sqneetlng. It reasevw BilMeta Ink. Coach Grease, and Grease of all m4s. wit the sbghtest injury to color er ttxtare f material. TRY III TRY IT! and b eoaviaeed. rui ante uj And by an it! tf L. L. COLKMAN. Dreggist. 210 Church street. ; CIIEGARAlt IA'S-SITUTE. CFRENCI1 AND ENGLISH.) FOR YOUNG LADIES. BOARDING AND Day Pupils. 1B27 nnd 1329 Spraco Street, PHtLADBLPHIA. Pa., will re-oe on THURSDAY. September 19. French is the language of the feaily, and is constantly spoken in the Institute. MAD AMIS D'HERVILLY. mayHl 3i Principal: J. H. CURHY, TIN DEBT AKER, AND DEALER IN METALIC BURIAL Cases. No. 70 Union street, Jkeeas M-StaBtly ,and Wood 0tfins, and is prepared. M fsrsish everysnmg necessary ior iunraw at h'mkhh notice, both ia the eity and tsountry, and at prices as low as any house in the city. auglS 3m J. II. CURRKY. EAST TENNESSEE Farming ami Stock lauds j t Chaneorv Sale. TN PURSUANCE OF DKCRRRS OF THE 1 Chancery Court at Nashville, in tlw ease of B. Litton and W. H. UordoR a ml Wifc aglBst it. ill. rtgg, Autiuiraiir u i w, decease.1. ami K. 11. F. Hughes, Trustee. I wilt sell at pubtie auction, to the hiliet bidder, iu the town of Bristol, Sullivan county, Tennes see, between the hours of 10 a. m. aad 4 r- M..011 THURSDAY, NKITRlir.RR 10, IS7, A large body of I .and lying about tn asHes from Bristol, Sullivan county. Turns is, un Beaver and Cniar Creeps, hswi - ' Tho Busliong Iron Works Plaofl, Being the samt pureh(il ia br W. H Gordon and K. V. IcGavock, at a ) sande under a dree of tbe Chnery Coart at Jonesbom. This prepeKy eonlains t-18't Aoros, more or I Ami includes Hm cetebntted CKOOKUTT ORK BANKS. It will be ss4d aecordiiHr ta the ptaa of iKti sion used at the sale made by th CWk and Master at Jenesbom, in W67. frow whiefe it appears that the whole Tind is diviciwl into ELEVEN TRACTS. vmUii fnm 0 to about OOO Aeres each. Aiarf tins pfcw can be found at my office in Nshriila, at the oa of the Clerk and Master at Joneeboro, ad Mr. Wm. B. Deery, at Bristol, will shjw the land t any one applying. On the middle portion of this Land. Along Beaver Creek, there in ahandaat wir newer, sufficient for any amount or machinery, the falls being sixteen and seventeen ftot ia Ittieht. There are also on this portion several Dweiftac Houses, to which purchaser" cohM at once carry their lamilie'. a large Barn, and a good NAtV MII.l. and GRIST .1UI,U pf aumettr cient for all present uses. On the lower portion nf the Tract, about fcnr miles from Bristol, aro the well hnown AVOCA S3?3RirOS, The AVniTE SULPHUR Water of whiafc has been analyied. and found to be iarilar so the curative Sulphur Waters of Virginia. About one-third of the whale traet is cleared, and two-thirds heavily timbered with sugar trees, oaks, hickories, and other growth eeeasjon io that country. The land is undulating, pro duces excellent Brim indirenonsly. and muea of the cieared land is new well set ia tasae arasee. and the remainder susceptible of betas; con verted into Taluable meadows. Beaver and Cedar Creeks and their tributaries, tegethor with a large number of perennial springs, water the land tberoagnly in every part. There is no tract of land ot the same dimeneioM in tbe 4tate to well adapted for a Stock Farsh. TnC TERMS OT SALE Are ONE-FIFTH CASn. and the restdee on credits of one. two and three years, with interest from the day of sale. Purchasers will be re quired to execute notes for the deferred pay ment, with satUfaetory personal security, and a lien will be retained until tbe whole (ssrehase money is paid. The sale ia free frees redemp tion, and the purchaser will erqaire as. abee lute title. MORTON 9. IfOKsTLL, aug22 td Crerk new! Mater. Keal Estate Sales FOR Saturday, Ootpber 19, 1867, AT THE COURTHOOBE, AT XAH VILLE, AT 1L qjCLOCK, A. M. 1st- In the case of Ellen Ctbtll vs. Risberd CahiU and others, 38 feet A inches of graMd on South College street, in Nefeen's pies, boleag ing i' estate of James CahiU, dee Vi al, In thaease of Henry Matthews et ale., v-t Margaret Afatthews et sis.; 107 aeretf hk mh Dijtriet. T.ioilee (rem NashviUe, near the Luais ville and Nashville branch turnpike, hesoagiag te estate of Jeremiah Matthew dse'd. id- In the ease ef David . Loreei a., vs. Alex. Matthews etals ; LotNo. 10, AmfrewOae tleman's plan. tBgfi asfes, -Kmilee ft-eea Kash vilI5, near Broad sireei Wfapika read. Very fertile and beavfry timbered. JBefongfttr to es tate ef Amelia Love, deed. -4th. Iq the ease of M B. HowelL adea'c etc . vs At. A. SnelUn et als.; ft, with haadeoHiH residence on Brood street, belonging to esteto of M- L. SWlon, dee'd. 5lh In theeasef F. A. Irwin, wim'r. eee., v James Irwin et als.: The Eaesjet Irwia kxs, ad joining the Hume High Sefcool on 5prure street. Hefr lets on .Maple steet. isVath NMsmHe each 41 feet front. b. In the cute ef L- D. Gewer et aav.ro i R. Cheatham et afa-; WM agree vLot No-1 of IV m. 0wer'j plait) on tbe Charlotte torn elks i tb. In the me ef N. H, CnHee end wfc et, als-. vs. Otaude FieteW. et al4 1'X aerra tin lots; ot the .May E. Fletcher land. uuDuiil f Ns. 21, 4 milei from Nashvilie, near UUMmtn mkt. The iBrger pprtten fwrsVrte. ( Mm beretl and with.ifeed'WAter en the pretaisea. 8th. In the ease ef Wm. Pot aad wEaX als vs. Thomas Cross. 4T acre. District jfe7"f one fourth timbered, bnlew e uteareit 'nsa Brent wood, beioMing te estate ef Wwltatsw Cros-, deceased mh. In the case of K- Ray et als.. vs. J. G. Fu banks et ah ; !f) seres. DUtriet Ne. is. 4 mue Irum Nashville, with excellent wator aad smo timber, belonging to the estate ..f W. T . u hnnk. dee'd. 10th. ia the cae of N. Baxter atiasV a., vs. Angetlna MeDfteiel et U.: Lot MJSXa Vfomoro k MeUavpek plao. Nerth Noahvitle. aear resi dfrfiee of F. R. Cheathsn. lelen4lNt to' Mare nf Neleea AfeDeaiel leeOdeeeoseJ. Uth. Iu ta ase of R. H, .Slot or et air., v Jmo. W Wayte : The James 0. WhyteisSf eity. feet en Bread street- sewer ef Tree Jseeet. Vacant and uaiiairived. No. 12. In th case of Crflvhi Morgan, adea'r etc., vs. F- II. Alnrgsin, etiate.; Wt aefet ami fo poles land in 16th Dteiriat. sheet rbsotiaele from Nashville, en Mill Creek, near Faqaa. , Mill, beloagiag to enlate of Bmaj Sinn d - mi: la ,he ease of Cetheftae Chaiejiesa et ,., U W& aem TDA In District enn &. n aiKar, uect. Mth. In the ;ease ol Wilfctns Ooetirte) sstsa r ef J. M- Geedneb dee'd.. vs. 8. W. VeeeMth et als , 1 1 '4 aeres land in Davidson coasrtr. Ketag let No f. In the nlsst of the lot BH'fTfbo HofJehn Taylor etai-. vs. W. GejeMrh l Jf M Gdrirh a oeTthe i of Bdnrnmi 0vlrleh. dec'it. Th5 abeve property will beffere4 ander dn-cree- h cretre ienlrel in the vnm by the County Court of Davidson eonjity. J?wrT terms samfarterr to th mimIii Jva:.: , , bo more rully mate known en or bolwre she riar "f si. p. l. s iciiST: T Clerk D!tTjjaB County Ottrt. A GOOD CHA1CE for Tirn uaroMri.nYBn. PERSONS DESIROUS OF OBTAIJiWj A X KHl paying Lysines wffleSl . arealar eenuining info,u, rnJl. tjT t'2E Pial reenlred t . JT" T " -S.?" 1 1 jfferiBs Town and CofithZZt Sm!' prlrtee mas. Add res. es-aaaIr Ne eepd S4,8cu rWiw.