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MSHTIj TEN N. ' WEDNES D AY AllGUS
NEW SERIES NO J7 14 4 2
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Weekly, per annum,.. ...
One Weenly for two years, rtwo Week" lea
for one year, -n advance,....-......-, a i TO
When the liulr Tri-Weefcly, or Weekly Is to be
diacononaeor pai'i in advance the Ume subscribed
nrl anbVrTher ra st order . ota r wise it will be
continued at oor adoption . ant il paid fcr and stopped.
rnt oaid it mast be paid at the time of disconlino
nce,oYai 'ooropiioa. If the party is good.it will be
sent omil paid- ....
Remittances by mail, in "registered " letters, at
1T virtue of a v.auL ex., 136. to me directed, and
delivered Irotn the Honorable Circuit Oxirl of la
vhlou county, Tennessee, at iu May Tvrni. 150,1 wul
expose to public Bale, to the highest" bidder, frw cash, at
the Court-huuse yard, hi the citv of Nashville, on hat
urday, the 11th day of August. 160, all the ri;mt, title,
claim, interest and estate which C. L- Williams et ah.
th-n tad, or may have since acquired in and to thetol
lowing dt-scribjo tract of land lying in David co.,
bououed no the Ea.t bv Paradise: the North by Mr.
Ear hart; Wtt br Lrjifc Creek; on the South by Thomas
L McNeal. contain t.y r-tiraale 100 acres; levied ou as
the properly of C. I- Williams to sats-ty a judgm-nt
rendered in favor of W. T. t.arrett against C. L. Wil
liams. J- K- EMIUNLeON. Sheriff.
j-.ily20-Ai By E. li. H'HirwoKrn, I. Shorifl".
. - SlierifT Sale.
By viriuoof a vend. ex.. No. 1791. to me directed
and delivered from the Honorable Circuit Court of
lf i.n connty. T.-nosee. al its May Term. l-jO. I
will ex i..- to ou'olic sale, to tne highest bidder.forca.-di,
at th Court -Ihhm vard. in the city of Na-nvuV. on
Saturday, the llih dnvr4 Autriist. 1VXJ. ail the ruht.
till.-. . laim. interest and estate, which Jerry -touard
im-u had or maT have since acquired in and to the tol-ii-in?
described Lot in the 4ih Ward. city of Nashville,
i.rth. 4 Lme street; said lot or parcel of Uud front
ing aO feet on Line stre-t runuiu North 100 feel, more
r 'fc-e; hoiad-d East by Tho. Oungey and W-st ty
-feu- Shfplierd: levied on as the property of Jerry
SKuiard t-t -Nullify ajuhriuefit rendered uilaviruf I-ady
a Ov, n-e fcc. a.nht Jerry Stiidrird.
J. K EIKCNH?OX, ?beriu".
io!yO-td By E. P. Whttwokth. I. S-ieriff-
EV vut'iwf a Tend. ex..Xo. 1732. to nie din-eteil.
and delivered from the Honorable Circuit Court of
lavitlsou c-ouniy. Tennes. at its May T-'m. 1"0. I
w ill eiprt lo public .-ale. to the hi jV-st bidder. f.r rah,
:it the Court -Imhi.- vard. m the citv of Nashville, on
.saiurdav. the Hth oay of August. 160. all the r'ht.
lule. claim, interest aiid estate. which siuion Shepherd
-t ai theu uad or ni.iv have ince acqnired in and to
the r..lbwui.' decriUti Jt or p-ice ot' land. lyin: in
InvRl-on count v. State ,i T.i.ne-see. and in the cny of
Na.-hville. and iun.ieil a4 f.liw. frouting 50 feel on
Ine stm-l.atil nnminfr la k 130 feel to MrU-more
iri-l. thewec M f-ft toktownel by Jerry Modard .
lUence lAu leei to Ijne ctre-t, thence with Line street
:) f.-t to the cnnT of Line and McLemore; beinsr
-.l a- the property of iin ?ae(-herd to sati-iy
a inJmefit rendTeii m lavor of Jcob Mctiavwk again
-Cj'-o SLepherd et als.
J K. FPMCNTSON. ?lierLT
jul.rSvtd By E. D. Wnrrwoirni. I. Sheriff.
BY virtue of a vend. ex.. No. 114. to tne directed,
and delivered fnn the Honorable Circnit Court of
S Bi-"n riKimy, Tennessee, at ita May Term. 1M. I
vt ill exifce t- public sale, to thehi!ie?t bulderf rcah.
:.l the Court-hoo-e vard in the citv of Nashville, on
Sat iris v, the llih uay of AuHUit, ail the rizht.
l.tle. . lanu. iutere&l and e.-Ule. whicta A. tJreer aud
Jav M. Evans Cien n;td or mav liave sinee aequircl in
aiul to the lo!oinz de.-Tibed Trw l f Land, sifuat-d
m Ihntrict No. 2. in the county and State aforesaid. anil
MM:tiileil as foliww-i: Ea?-l by Stone" river, and South
Ov T. Fuqua. West by U. A. Brown and North bv J. T.
Lee; beinc levied on as the profwrty of A. Greer to it-r-fy
a ju-imeiit rendered in favor of T.J. M.nn again-'t
A. Grer and Jas. M. Evans.
J. K. EPlfO'DSfiN. Sheriff.
jiiivjrt-M By F D. WHrrwoKTH. P. Slieriff.
Bi v irt ie of a vend, ex.. No. 1754, to me directed,
and delivered front the Honorable Circuit Court of
lmcKloo county. Tennefviee, at its May Term. 1S60. I
w ill expose to public sale, to the highest bi.ider for cash,
at the Court-hou. vard. tn the c.ty or Nashville, on
S-turday. the 11th day of Aukut, ISO), all the riirbt,
title, ciaiui. interest and esUUe, uu h Joel A. Itittio
then had or uiav have since acquired in and to the fol
lowing described Tract or parcel of Land. lying the 6lh
litrtct of Davidson county, on the road running from
Nolensville to LaverRue, coutainint; about Eight Hun
dred Acres, beinu the same tract of laud on which Joel
A. Batile now lives, bounded on the North by tbe land
of Sarah J. Batile. on the east by the lands of R. Gooch
Charles Jolinon and 3. Gray, on the North by the land
f Mrs. Aur-tm and on the West by the hinds of A. Bush.
J'B. Nance and Sarah Batile, with all improvements
thereon; iK-inif levied on as the property of Joel A. Bat
tle to f.Uisiy a judgment rendered in favor of II.
Ereiich & Su anauist the saiil Jmd A. Battle.
J. K. EPMCXIWIX. Slieriff.
jiilySn-td By E. P. WmrwoRrH, II. Sheriff.
BV virtue of a vend, ex., No. 1S38, to me directed,
and delivered from the Honorable Circuit Court or
iKtvidson county, Tennessee, at its May Term. 1800. I
will exjiose to p'ublicsale, to the highest bidder lor cash,
at the Court-house yard, in the city of Nashville, ou
Saturday, the llih day of August. I860, all the right,
I itle.claini.iuterivtandestate which pauiel Winters and
Martha Goodwin then had or may have since acquired In
and to the following lot as propeityof Martha Goodwin,
on Gay st. .in tbecity of Nashville j- late and county afore
faid, bounded as follows: beginning at a point 120
feet 1 -i inch- from the corner or Gay and fprnce sts. ,
thence parallel with Spruce street 100 Teet to an alley,
thence with the lme of said alley, and parallel with
Gay st.. 2. ft. 7i inches to the beginning; being lev
ied on as tne property of Martha .oodwm to satisfy a
judgment rendered in favor or John Ramage ugainsl
Ikuilel Winters and Martha Goodwin.
J. K. EPMl'NDSOX, Sheriff.
july30-t 1 By E. P. WmrwoirrH, P. Sheriff.
BV virtue of a vend, ex., No. 1763, to me directed,
an.l delivered from the Honorable Circnit Court of
luvidnon county. Tennessee, at its May Term, 1SC0, 1
will expose lo public sale, to the highest bidder lor casn,
at the Court-house vard! in the city of Nashville, on
Saturday, the 11th day of August, 1SC0, all the right,
title, claim, interest and estate which ioniel Winters
and Martha Goodwin then had. or may have since ac
quired in and to the following descrilied property : oue
Lot on Gay street, in the city of Nashville, and bound
ed as follows: beuiuniug at a point 130 feet 1 inches
from the corner of Gav and Spruce streets, thence par
allel with Spring street 100 feet toan alley, thence with
the line of said alley and parallel with Gay street. 22
feet 7i inches. thence 170 feet to Gay street parallel to
tbe lit si line, thence along Gay street 2 feet 7lj inches
to the beginning; lieing levied on as the property of
Martha Goodwill to satisfy a judgment rendered in favor
ot S W. Gunter against Ifciniel Winters and Martha
Goodwin. J. K. EltMl'XK-ON. Sherilt
july20-id By K. P. WinTworrn. P. Shc-riff.
BV virtue of a vend. ex.. No. 644. to lue directed,
and delivered from the Honorable Circuit Court of
lvidson county. Tennessee, at its May Term. lSAO. I
will expose to public sain, to t behiphest bidder rorca--ii,
at the Court bouse yard, in the city of Nashville, on
Saturday, the 11th day of August, ISrtO, all the right,
title, claim interest and estate, which. K- H. Jones and
. it. Wjllins then hail, or may liave since acquired in
and to ti! tolbnving devriliod It of Ground in Edge
held and isth INstrHt. of Invidson county, ouuileuas
folkm-s: lieginnmg on the South-west corner of a lot of
irrouud lately conveyed by It- Houston to Silas Norris,
on a street lut run-- fct-t ween Spring and Foster streets,
in Edgefield, tlieir northwardly with Norris "s line
about 210 fe.'t to an alley, thence welwardly w ith said
alley 112 feet, thence ooutbwardly ab.t 210 feet l
first said street, thence eastwardly with said stn-el 112
feet to the beeiuning: leing levied on as the proierty
of O. p. Walling to satisfy a judgment rendered in favor
X Minor Yearger against R. H. Jones A: . P. Wall
,UK. J. K. EPMCNPSOX, Sheriff.
)u!y21-td By E. P. WnrrwoRTB, P. sheriff.
BY virtue of a vend. ex.. X. 1S48. to me directed,
and delivered from the Honorable Circuit CtMirlol"
lavidson county, Tennessee, at its May Term. 1S6D. I
will evpose to public vale, to the highest bidder for cash ,
at the Court house yard, in the city of Nashville, on
-Saturday , the llih day of August, 160. all the right.
Idle, claim, interest and and estate which Silas NorrLs
et sis then bad or may have since acquired in and lo
the following descriled proierty to-wit: a Honse and
Lot. or ju-e if land, situated on Welmore stret in
fcdgeOeld. in the Male and counly aforesaid, beginning
in the Northern verge of Wet more street. 154 feet fioiu
Lunisdcu's South-west corner, thence westwardly to
wards Cumlierland river, along the Northern verge of
said street 60 Teet to a stake, thonce at right angles
northwardly towards Foster street 210 feet more or li-sg
to an alley, theuce castwardly with said alley 50 feet,
to a point or stake which is 209 feel from liiiosden'3
line, thence at right angles and souihwarJiy 210 feet
more or less to the beginning; Iwing levied on as the
property itf Silas Norris to satisfy ajuugnient rendered
m favor of Juseh Wheless, Agent. HfaiiLst Silas Norris
et als. J- K. E1MVN14 IX, Sheriff.
juue21-d By E. P. WMiTwottnt, l. Sheriff.
BY virtue of vend. ex. No. 1818, to me directed, and
delivered from tho Honorable Circuit Court uf
Pa vidwn County, Tennessee, at its May term, li00, I
will expose lo public sale, lo the highest bidih-r, for
cash, al the Court-house Vard, in thn City or Nat h
ville, on Saturday, the 11th day of August, I860, all
the right, title, claim, Interest and estate, which Wil
son Appleton then had, or may have since acquired in
and to the following descrilwd Tract, parcel or piece or
land situated In Pavidson County, 2oih district, begtn
ing at a stake, the bouudcry line between S. C. Bowers
and tbe new plank fence. 4 poles to the East of the
Springfield Turnpike Roads; thenca, with Bowers line
South, 73 degrees West, 68 poles lo an Elm stomp;
Fowel's corner in Lutons lino, thenca with hi line SU
degrees Eal, 23 poles to hickory; Powels k Lutons
corner thence, South 24 degrees to Lutons lme, 26 poles
to a beech; Lutons corner thence with his line East, 32
poles to an Elm, Byrne's corner; thenro Soulh 19 ds
grees. West 88 degrees, East 20 f poles to beech near
East Bank of the creek; thence North 13 degrees West,
with the plank fence ou the right side of the road to
the beginning, containing by estimation, about 22
acres; Registered tn the Registers oflkfi Pavtuson
counly, Tennessee, Book, No.22 p43 and 44; being ley
led on as the properly of Wilson Appleton, to satisfy a
judgment rendered in favor ti E. A. Jiathla against
Wiisuu Appleton, et als.
- J. K. EDVrCNDSOV, Sheriff,
pilf S-ti By K. D. Wsrwojrra, . nheruT.
BT rirtue of a vend, ex., No. 1790. to me directed,
and delivered from the Honorable Circuit Conrt of
Davidson county. Tennessee, at its May Term. 1S. I
will expose to public sale, to tbe highest bidder, for cash,
at the Court-house yard, in the city of Nashville, on
Saturday, the 11th day of Augrrst. VQ all the right,
title, claim, Interest and estate.-wfcich F. M. Woodall k
Co.. then had or may hare "ince acqnired In and to the
following described "Lot. No. 10. South Gallatin, Brock
way's addition to Edgefield, adtoinmg E Spilton on t!i
East, and W. H. Lucus on ibe West, running back 170
feet to an alley; levied on as the property of . M.
Woodall t Co., to satisfy a judgment rendered in favor
of C. W. Klargos arainst F. M Woodall Co.
J. K EPMCNPSOX, SheriH.-ju!y20-ld
By E. P. Wsimwni. P. Sheriff.
BY virtue of Vend. ex.,Xo. 1725,tomed:rected.and
deliveaed from the Honorable CircuitCourl ollavid
sn Couity, Tennessee, at its May term, 1860, 1 will ex
pose to public sale, to the highest bidder, lir cash, at
Uie Court-boo -e Yard, in the City of Nashville, on Sat
urday, tbe 11th day of August, 1SC0, all the right,
title.'claim, lulerest and estate, which Siias Norris. et
als. then had. or may have since acquired in anil to the
following described lot of ground lying in the County
and Stale, aforesaid in district No. Is fronting on a
street that runs between and parallel to Spring St.,
and Fost:r St.. in Edgefield, begiuuig in the Northern
verze of said St.. 100 it. from J. limsdeu. Southwest
corner; thence Westwardly towards the Ciimlierlan.l
river, and along tbe Northern rurge of aid sirevt,
fiity feet to a slake; then at right angles, and West
wardly towards Foster street. 210 leet to an alley,
more or less; thence Ktsiwardiy with s;iid alley 50 n.
to a point or slake, which 210 more or less to the be
giuhig: being levied on as tne property of Silas Norris
and otners, to satisfy a Judgment renuered in favor of
E. H. Childress, Sr., against Mbw Norris. et ajs.
J. K. Eimi'NPhO.W Sheriff.
Jnly 21-ld By E. 1. WmrwoirrH, 1. Slieritf.
. SlieriflTs Sale..
By virtue of vend. ex. Xo. 1U6, to me'directed. and
and delivered from the Honorable Circuit C-xirt
oi Havid-w-n County. Tennessee, at ltd May triii.. 1S60
I will expose to public sale, to tiie highest bidder, lor
cash, at the Curt-hKiso Y'ard, in tie City 4 Na-h-vule,
on Saturday, the 11th day of August, IsfiO, all
the right, title," claim, interest and estate, which
X. 1. Corbit, then had. or may liave since ac
quired in and to the fallowing di-scnbed, prop
erty. 1 Brick Pweliing House aud Lot. or iercelol laud,
on which said bra k 1-weiling isciliuled, lying aud
being in tbo County of Ifciviusou, lennuee; touth
eastorthe city of Nashville, it b ii!g a jirl of" li.t
p arenas ed by John Corbil of John Xe.-on, first l'r.mi
iiw Iniversity of Nasbville, beginiiu: m tne centre cf
Market street, extended, rnnuig iorih liny-six de
gree East, 2-M1 feet to a slake thviice Soulii iH de
grees East 2-"6 tec-l to a slake in the Murfreesboro
Kutd. cliange thence south 06 de-.-rees. Wt .-I along the
centre of huid rd: feet to I be centre ot Market
street; thence North :it ilraw. West aaig thecentre
of Market street. 2. teel to tbe bi--i',D,B". containing
about i stcs. it being the same conveyol by Joliu
C"rb;t, by deed to whicu reff renre wjo made in It-"k,
No. 5. poee 564; leing levied ou as the pro-rty of N.
P. Corbil. to satisiy a judgment rendered in lavnr of
Louis Willing, :main.-t N. I. irt.it.
J. K. EPMl'XPStiX. uruT.
July 2I-td By P. P. VHrrwom. P. herifl.
BY virtue of veruiitioni exjionas No. 1S0;. to nie di
rected, and deiiviTed from the Honorable Circuit
Court of Iavid-"n County, Tennessee, at its May Term,
l5i0, 1 will exise lo pubis- sale, to the highi'St bidder,
for cash, at the Court Hmisc Yard, in the City of
Niishvilie. on Saturday, the llih day of August, lsi0,
all the right, title, claim, iau-n-st and estate, which
WiU.hi AiiU.i"n thn bail, or may have since acquired
in and to the following described trai t parcel, or piece
of land situated in Pavid.-on County, 2iKh Pt-trict, be
gining at astiike tbe b4Mimlery hue between S. C. Bow
ers at the nper end the new jdauk lenee. 4 xdcs to
the eiist of Hie Sprmi-'li' ld Turnpike K"d. theiic- with
Bowers line South. 73 decrees West. 6 poles to an Elm
stump: Po els c-rner in Lutons line, them-c wilh lus
line 30 degrees. East 2H pi'les to a hick'ry, Towels &
Lutons coiner, thence South 24 d.grees to Lutons line,
i--!es to a beach on Lutons criier: Ihenra w it U ht
line East S2 toles to au Elm u Bvrnes ctmier. t hence
South 19 Uegrees West. M degrees East, 20i polew I.)
a lcai-h near the Ijst iiink OS" the creek, thence North
IS degrees West, with the plank lence on tue right
aide of the road to lh beginning, containing by es
timation, about 220 1 acres. Registered in tbe Registers
olhce. Pavidson touuty, Book No. 22, pages 43 and 44;
being leVKHon as the property or ns-u Appleton. to
satisfy a judgment rendered in favor of lfcivid Z Read
& Bro. against Wilson Appleton.
J. K. EPMCXTJPOX. Sheriff.
Julv 21-t 1. By F. P. Whitwokih. P. Sheriff.
BY virtue of vend. ex. Xo. 1742, to ine directed, and
delivered from the Honorable. Circuit Court of
Pavidson CiHinty. Tecuessee, at its May term, 1360, 1
will eXose to public sale, to the highest bidder, for
cai-h, at the Court -bouse Yard, in theCity of Nashville,
on Saturday, the 11th day ot August, 1S60, all the
right, title claim, interest and estate, which C. E. H.
Mm tin, et als. then had, or may have since acquired
in and to the following described piece or parcel of
land situated m pavidson County, and in the City of
Nashville, known and discribed as lot Xo. 99. the orig
ioal plan of Nashville, bounded as follows: beginning
at the North East corner of Summer street, being also
corner of lot No. 7S, thence South Eastward!- along
the line of Summer street, 120 feet to a stone, thence
North Eastwardly, and at right angles with said last
line, the whole depth of said lot to ihc line of lot No.
67, thence North Eastwardly along the line of said
East mentioned bit 120 feet, to the line of said lot No.
7, thence South Easiwardly along the line of said last
mentioned lot, being also the line of Overton's alley
to its iH-giuniug, Registered in Book No. IS, paKe 349,
in the Registers otlice in Davidson County, Tennessee;
being levied on as the property of R. Martin, to satisfy
a judgment rendered in favor of E. Cunningham, against
C. E. H. Martin, et als.
J. K. EPMTXDSOX, Sheriff,
Julv 21-td ' By E. D. WhirwoRrn, P. Sheriff.
By virtue of vend. ex. No. 1741, to mo directed, and
delivered from the Honorable Circuit Court of
pavidson County, Tennessee, at its May term, 1S60, I
will expose to public sale, to the highest bidder, tr
cash, at tho Court-house Yard, in the City or Nash
ville, ou Saturday, the llih day of August, 1S00, all
the right, title, claim, interest and estate, which C. E.
H. Martin et ais. then had, or may have since acquired
in and to the following described roperty, viz: a piece
or parcel of land situated in Pavidson Couuty, and iu
the City of Nashville, known and described as kit No.
79, the"original plan of Nashville, bounded as follows:
beginning at the North-east corner of Summer street,
bi'inglilso corner oflot No. 7S;thenceSotith-eastwardly,
along the line of Summer street, 120 feet to a stone,
thence Nortb-eatwardly, and al right angles wilh said
List lino, the whole depth of said lot to the lino of lot
No. 67; thi-nce North-easiwardly along the line of said
East mentioned lot 120 feet to tho lino of said lot, No.
7S; thence Smth-eastwardly along the line of said last
mentioned li t. being also the line of Overtou alley to
the beginning: Registered in boi.k No. IS, page 249 in
the Registers ofllce of Pavidson County, Tennessee: be
iug levied on as the property of R. Martin to satisfy a
judgment rendered in favor of R. H. Cnrtwright,
against C. E. H. Martin, et ais.
J. K. EDMCXPSl IN. Sheriff,
julv 21-td By E. P. WHrrwoRTH, p. Sheriff.
BY virtue of two vend. ex. No's. 1S16 ami 1817. to
me directed, and delivered from the Hunurablo
Circuit Court of Pavidson County, Tennessi-e, at its
May term. 1SG0, 1 will expose, to public sale, to the
highest bidder, for cash, at the Court-house Yard, n
the City of Nashville, on Saturday, the 11th day of
August, 1.H60. all the rurht. title, claim, uiterrst and
estate, which Wilson Appleton then had. or may liave
since acquired hi and to the following described track,
parcel or piece of land lying in Pavidson County, 20th
district, beginning at a stake, the lioundary line of S.
C. Bowers al the upper end of the new plank fence 4
ioles lo tbe East of I lie Sftriugtield Turnpike Road;
thence with Bowers line. South 73 degrees. West
poles to an Elm stump; Pewels corner in Lutons line:
thence with his line :jo degrees, tasi s poles to a
hickory; lowel3 & Luton corner; thence South 24 de
grecs to I.ntons lines, 26 polos to a beech, Ijilons
corner thence into his line. East 32 polos loan Elm,
Byrnes corner; thence South 19 degrees, west 88 de
grees. East 20 poles to a beech near the East bank of
tho creek; theuce north IS degrees, est with the
plank fence !.on tbe right side of the road t3 tho be
ginning, containing by estimation about 22.i acres:
Reported in the Registers oiuce Davidson county, ten
nessee. Book. No. 22. pares 43 and 44; being levied
on as the oroix-rtr of Wilson Applvtnu, to tatisfy 2
judgments rendered iu favor of E. A. Malhis, against
J. K. EPMUXIW0X, Sheriff,
jury 21-td By E. P. Wiutwortu, P. Sheriff.
IY virtue of vend. ex. 113, to me directed, aud U
livered from the Honorable Circuit Court of Pavid
son Countj-, Tennessee, at its May term. 1S60. 1 will
exise to public sale, to the high-st bidder, lor cash,
al the Court-house Yard, in the City of Nashville, ou
Saturday, the llih day of August. 1S60, all tho right,
title, claim, interest aud estate, which WiL-on Apple
ton. et als. then had. or mav have since acquired in
and 10 tiie following di-scrilied tnict, parcel or piece of
land situated in 20th district, Pnvutson County, tx-gin
ning at a stake in the boundary line, between IS. C
Bowers at the npjier end of the new plank fence, 4
roles to the East of the Springfield Turnpike Road
thence with Bowers line, .South 73 Degrees West? 68
poles tonn Din stump, Powels corner in Lutons line;
thence with his line South 30 degrees, East 23 poles to
a hickory, Powels Lutons corner, thence South 24
degrees to Lutons line 26 poles to a beech, Lou tons
corner thence wilh his line list, 32 poles to' an Elm,
Rvrno. comer thence South 19 di-grees. West 88 de
grees. East 20 i poles to a beech near the Est bank of
the creek, thenca Norm 1 degrees, csi wun tne
plank Tence on the right Side of the road to the begin
ning, containing by t btimation about 22'X acres deed
to which reference 13 made in the Registers office in
Iiavidson County, Book No. 22, and on page 43 and 44;
being levied on as the property 01 w usou Appiewn ei
ais. to satisfy a lodgment rendered ni lavor ( t. A
Malhui against Wilson Appleton.
J. K. FJiMCXDSOX, Slieriff,
july 21-td . By E. D. Wnrrwoimi, P. Sheriff.
Sheriff's Sale. ' '
TVT virtue of vend. ex. No.' 1823, to nii directed
.. Irom lue honorable circuit court
IMVldson IViuntv Tu....-... - , . iuA
... iiurvr, ai. ii amy erto, jow, .
will expose to public sate, to tho highest bidder, foi
cash, at tbe Court Houae Y'ard, in the citT of Nash
.aU tK- 1?Tk. . . - in day or August, I860,
the right, title, claim, interest, and estate, which
Rcph Lland then had, w may Lave since acquired
and to t lie foltowfiitf idiii a 1- j .
" " 7 muu, viz., Fiioatxa nr
the Coiinny of Davidson, State of Tennessee, in district
nrttlinM U..rn..a ... ... 1 . . J .
AlpliAQce uud Jos?ph Aldrkh, and on the South by
UiirfMWMhirn tiiraitilr smanlntM CA & .
.wwsv UK.v,, .-uuwwmfi w acrva, mure or
k6; being levied on an the property of Joseph Bland,
to Kititify a judgment rendered la favor of J. W. Owu,
J. K. EtlMrXDSOX, Sheriff.
nly21-td By E. D. WBTnrosra, D. aherirj
. . - e t & w-r ' 4 -
. . t - tt-.i I
- MierlfPs Sale. . - V :
BY virtue of rcnl. ex. Xo. 1'547? to me directed, and
delivered frr ia the Honorable Circuit Court of lai
vidsno County, Tonnesaiee. at,it!v May tenn.lSGO, I wril
expose to public Mlej to the highest bidder, lor eceh,
at the Court House lard, in the citv of Nashville, on
Saturday, the 11th day of August. 1SG0. all therii'ht,
title, claim, Interest , and estate, 'which Silas Xorris
then had, or rooy hava :-iice acquired, in and, to the
ibUowing described piccer or jorcel r land, with a
frame house on same, situated on Wetmore street, in
Edgefield, and bounded ns follows: beginning in the
North verge of Wetniore street, 150 feet from J. Lunis
den;s South-Euat corticr; thence westwardly towards
Cumberland river. aiHaj the N-irta verge of said street
50 feet, to a stake; thence at right angles northwardly,
towards Fo3iertre-t, 810 feet inareor less, to-mi alley;
thence eastwardly with said alley 50 feet, to a int or
slake which is 209 feel from Lnnisden1!! line; thence at
right angk-3 and southwardly 210 feet more or less, to
the beginning: being levied on as the property of Silas
Norris, to satisfy a judgment rendered in Civor of
lit-m is Williams, against Silas Norris.
" ' J. K. EPML'NDSOX, Sheriff.
Ju1y21-t'I By F P. Whitb obth, D, Hieriff.
V virtue of vend, ex., No. 1S21, to me directed
and delivered from the Honorable Circuit Court of
Davidson County, Tennessee, at its 31ay term, lb60, 1
will exicse to public sale, io the highest bidder, for
cash. at the Court Hou.- Yard, Ui the cityofNashrllle,
on Saturday, the lit 11 day of August, 1SC0, all 'the
right, title, claim, interest, and cstnte, which Isham
Norris and others theu had. or may havesiuce acquired
in and 10 the following descritcd property, viz: One
lot or parrel of kind in the County C)f Davidson and
State of Teiiuesse, in disirkt No. 18, fronting on .a
street that runs lietween and rmralk-l to Sjiruig street
and Foster street, in Edgefield, beginning ou the North
ern verge of said street, 150 feel fronting Lumsdeu"s
Suire, West corner: thence westwardly, towards Cum
berland rivur,-and alocg-thc North verge of said street
50 fet-t,to a stake; thence at right angle westward
with Foster street 210 feet, to an alley; thence east
ward with said alley 50 feet, to a point or stake,
which is 210 feet, more or less, to the beginning: be
ing levied on as the property of Silas Norris, to satisfy
a judgment rendered iu favor of S. A- G, Noel, against
Silas Norris & Co. and others.
JOHN K. EDMUXPPOX. Sheriff.
jnl 21-td By E. D. WiirrwoiiTM, P. Sheriff.
Slscrill?s S'ale.'.: "
BY virtue of a vend. ex.. Xo. 1779, to me directed,
and delivered from the Honorable Cirruit Conrt of
Davidson county, Tennessee, at its May Term, 1S60. I
will csijseto public sale. -to the highest bidilcrlorra.h.
at the Court-house, yard, hi the ityif JiasbvHbvou
Salurdav, the llih day of Aufeii-'t. 160, all the right,
title, cliiiin. interest ami estate which Silas Norris et nls
then bad or mav have since acquired in and 10 the hd
lowing described lxl of groond, lying in tho counly
and State aforesaid, in district No. lS.'fror.tirig on a
street that runs between and ixirallel with Spring and
Foster streets, in Edgefield, beginning hi the Northern
verge of said street, 160 lK-t fr'Sn J. Lumsden's South
Wet corner: thence, westwardly, toward Cumberland
river, along the- Northern verge id" aaid st root, 50 feet,
to a stake: themv. at right angles and wmwiirdly, to
wards Foster street. 210 feift inure ur lss, to an alley;
llicuee Easiwardly with said alley 50 rrvt.toa stake
or point which is 210 fed more or les.-, lo tlie begm
ning: Ix ing levied .n as !ie properryof SHn Xorris,
to satisfy a jmlgtneut ren'b rel iu Uvor of II. H- H.tin
rer. against Sila-: Norris and SecurSiw.3.
' .1. K. EPMCNIiSoX. Pberiif.
julv 21-td By H II. Wuitwoioii. P. Shei iff. .
BY virtue of vend. ex. Xo. 1740. to tne directed,
and delivered from the Honorable Circuit Court of
Davidson County. Teim.. at iis May term, IStiO, I will
excise to public! side, to trie highe-d biddT, fiir cash,
at the Court House Varrr; fer the vhv of Xathville. on
Saturday, the 11th day of August, IStiO, all the right,
title, claim, intcrc-l aud estate. wIik Ii Jl A. Battle
then bad, or 0.y b. e sinee a-ximred. in aial to tho
following described tract or parcel of land, lying' in the
Cth district of Iiavidson County, ou tlio road running
from Nolensville to lavercne. containing alioul 800
acres, being the same trtct of land on whi h Joel A.
Buttle now livi-s. lunded on the Sooth by the land or
Sarah J. "Battle. on the East by tlie lands oT R. Goocb,
Chas. Johnson, and B. Grey, on tho North by the land
of W. Austin; on the. West by the land of A. Bush,
Jos. Nance, and Siirah J. Battle, with all the improve
ments thereon made, being levied on as tbe property
of Joel A. Battle, to satisfy a judgment renderel in fa
vor of B. K. "utter, against the said Joel A. Battle.
J. K. EPMCNPSOX. Sheriff,
juit 21-td By E. P. Whitwortii, P. Sheriff.
Y virtue of vend. ex. Xo. 1S44, to me directed, and
delivered from the Ilouorablo Circuit Court of Da
vidson County, Tennessee, at its May term. ISoO, I will
expose to public sale,- to the hihe.-4 bidder, tor cash,
nt the Court Honse Yard, in the City of Nashville, on
Saturday, the 11th day of August. 1880. ail the right,
title, claim, interest, and estate, which touts lonway
then had, or may have since acquired, in the following
described tract, piece, or lot of land, situated in the
county of Davidson, near the city of Nashville, on the
North side, and lieing one hail' of No. 153, being tbo
oue half lying next to lot 154 In the piau of lots laid off
and numbered for sale by p. S. MeGavock. said plan
being recorded in the Register s office of said comity,
in Book 17, tages 60S and 609, (for more particular de
scription, tee said Book.) being'the same property con
veyed by MeGavock to Louts Conway, and registered
in the Register's ofllce, m said county. Book No. 17,
page 112, being levied on as the property of Ixuis Con
way, to satisfy a judgment rendered in favor of R. M.
G. Southall. against Louis Conway et als.
J. K. EPMl'NDSOX. Sheriff.
ju!y21-td. By E. P. Wiirrwoimi, P. Sheriff.
BY virtue of vend. ex. No. 1764, to tne directed, and
delivered from the Honorable Circuit Court of Pa
vidson County, Tennessee, at its May term, lbGO, I
will expose to public sale, to the highest bidder, for
cash, at the Court House Yard, in the city of Nash
ville, on Saturday, the 11th day of August, 160, all
the right, title, claim, interest, and estate, which Silas
"Norris et als then had. or may liave since acquired, iu
and to the following described lot 01 ground, lying in
the county of Davidson, state ol Temieissee, district
No. IS. fronting on a street tliat runs between aud par
allel with Spring and Foster streets, in Edgefield, be
ginning in the northern verge of said street, 150 feet
from J. Lumsden's South-West corner.. thence west
wardly towards Cumberland river and along the nor
thern verge of said street 50 feet, to a stake, thence at
richt angles and westwardlv, towards Foster street.
210 feet, unre or less, to the beginning, being levied
on as the property of Silas Norris, to satisfy a judg
ment rendered 111 favor of Grooms, cavert, & Co.,
against Silas Norris and W. G. l.mier.
a. K. tUMOiPSU-N, Mierin.
july21-td By E. D. Wim-wonm. D. Sheriff.
BY virtue of vend. ex. No 1801, to me directed, and
delivered from the Honorable Circuit Court of
Davidson Co., Ten., at its May term, 1860,1 will expose.
to public sale, 10 the highest bidder, lor cash, at the
Court House Yard, in the city of Nashville, on Satur
day, the llih day of August. 1SC0, ail tho right, title.
claim, interest, and estate, which Joel A. Battle and
W. S. Battle then had, or may have since acquired, in
and to the following described tract or parcel of land,
tying tn tne otu district. Mate ana Louniy aioresaid.
on tho road leading from Nolensville to Lavergne: the
tract of laud on which the said Joel A Rattle now lives,
bounded on the South by tho lands oi Sarah J. Battle,
on the East by the lands of Robt. Gooch, Charles John
son, aud B. Grey, on the North by the lands of J. X.
Austin, on the West by the lands of A. Bush, Joseph
Nance, and Mrs. Sarah J. Battle. . The above rontains
about 800 acres, being levied on as the property of Joel
A. and W. H. Battle, to satisfy a judgment rendered in
favor of Win. Moore, Agent, against Joel A. Battle
eta!. J. K. EPMCNPSOX. Sheriff.
july21-td By E. P- WurrwosTK, I). Sheriff.
BY virtue of vend. ex. No. 1730, to mc directed, and
delivered from the Honorable Cirruit Court of Pa
vidson County, Tenm-ssee, nt its Mav term. 1860. 1 will
cxiwse to public sale, to the highest bidder, for cash,
at tlie Court House Yard. In the city of Xashville.'fin
Saturday, the llth day of August. 1800. all tlie right.
title, claim, interest, and estate, which Silas Norris et
als then had, or may liave since acquired hi and to tho
following described lot of ground, ivmg in the Stale
aud County aforesaid, district No. 18. on a street that
runs between and parallel to Siring street and Foster
street, in Edgefield, beginning in the northern verge of
said street, 1 ad b-et Irom J. Lnmsden s Smtli West
corner, Ihenew westtvardly. towards Cumberland river
and along tbe northern verge of said street 50 feet, to
a stake, thence at ri'jht angles and westwardly to
wards Foster street. 210 feet, more or less, to an alley,
thence eastwardly with said alley 50 feet, to a point
or stake which is 210 feet, niore or less, to tho begin
ning, being levied on as the- property M Silas Norris,
to satisfy a judgment rendered in favor of E. H. Clil
dress, against Silas Norris.
1 J. K. EPMrXDSON, Sheriff
July21-td By E. P. WrrrrwoRTH, P. Sheriff.
TY virtue; of vend. ex. 1840, to me drrtclevl. and de
livered from tlie Honorable Circuit Crmrt of David
son County, Tennessee, at its May term, 1860, 1 will
expose to public sale, to the highest bidder, for cash,
at the Court House Yard, in the city of Nashville, on
Saturday, the llth day of August. 1860, all tlia right,
title, claim, interest, and estate, which Silas Norris et
als then had, or may liave since acquired, in and to the
following dcscrilicd lot or piece ot land, situated on
Wetniore street, in Edgefield, and bounded as follows,
viz: beginning in tho North verge of Welmore street,
150 feet from J. Ijimsdcn's South-Wast eoruer; thence
westwardly towards Cumberland river, along the Xorth
verge of said street, to a stake: thence, at right an
gles northwardly with said alley 50 feet, to a point or
stake which B -MO reel from J. lumsden a line; thence
at right angles and southwardly 210 feet, more or less.
to the beginning: being levied on as tho property of
i.las .Norris, lo KUlisty a judgment rendered in lavor of
J. tf. 4: A. IS. Kulland, against Silas Norris ct als. -
t ... J. K. EPMCNPSOX, Sheriff.
" Iuly21-t4 a- ...... By E. J), WtUTWORtH, D. Sheriff.
-.;-"' , Sheriff1! Sale.
TY virtue of vend. . No; 1831, to me directed, and
-L delivered from the Honorable ' Circuit Court of
Pavidson County, Tennessee, at its May term, I860, 1
will expose to public sale, to the highest bidder, for
cash, at the Court-house Yard,- m the City ol Nash
ville, on Saturday, the llth day of August, I860, all
the rlcht. title. claim, Interest and estate, which W.Ap-
pieton then had, or may have since acquired In and to
the roHOWoig oescrioea projjpriy? a certain piece or
narccl of Land hi district No. 20 in Davidson County,
Tennessee, beginning at a stake in the boundary tine
between S. C. Bowers at the-upper end of the new
plank fence 4 poles to the East of the Springfield Turn
pike Roadj thence with Bowers line South 73 degrees,
West 38 roles to ah Elm stump, l'owels corner In Lon-
tons line, thence with his line Sooth 80 degrees. East
28 coles to a hickory. Dowels b Lou tons corner
thence South 24 degrees with Loutons line, 26 poles to
a beech. Loutous corner thence with his luie East, jo
t - . . DmnA fiAr.M.lhMuik.flnntli 1 a lim
grees, West 88 degrees East 20 poles to a stake in the
Turnpike Road, thenoe Xorth is degrees,- West with a
plank fence on tbe right side of the road, 59 poles to
the beginning, containing 22 ' acres according to esti
mated deed, Keg is tared In the Registers office of David
son County, in Book No. 22, page 43 and 44; being lev
ied on as the property of Wilson Appleton, to salisfy a
judgment rendered m tavor of J. 1C ferry against n it
Son Appleton. , r.r-
, J. K. EDUCXDSOX, Sheriff,
. JolrZl-t By K D. WurwDiai, D. SheraT.
. , , ;. j ShefilTs Sale. ''' , .
BY vrrtseof Vend. ex. Xo. 13S0, to be dire"ted, and
deiiverfd frf-ra ths Hiorable Circnit Court of
Davidson Ceiuity, Tennessee, at it3 May term, I860, I
ri!l expose. to public, sale, to the higliest bidder, lor
cash, at tlie Court-house Vard, in tho. City of Xash
vilc, on Saturday, the 11th day of August. 1S60. all
the right, title-, tiann, interest and estate, which Win
JL JrtcXairy then Lad, or may have since acquired in
and t the follow ing asTitxHt tract or parcel of land
in Davidson County, in Teteefsee, known. and dis
crilwd as lot Xo. SO", in tlw p!.in of division of X. A
McXairv's estate, which said plan is of record in the
Chancery Court of Nashville, in Minute Book. E. pages
5d4 aud 665 te which reference is here made containing
twenty -one and 144 pole; being levied on as tbeprop
erty "of Wm. H. McXairyj to satisfy a judgment ren
dered in favor of A. J. Col a-rainst Wm. H. McNairy
J. K. EDMl'XDH IX, Sheriff,
july 21-t4 By E. P. Whitwobth. P. slicrifr.
I Sheriffs Sale.
BY virtue or a vend. ex. Xo. 2015, to me directed,
and delivered Trom the Honorable Circnit Court of
Davidson Conutr. Tennessee, at its May term, 11f, I
will expose to public sale, to tbe highest bidder, for
cash, at thefkmrt-uonse Yard, in lue city of Nash
ville, on Saturday, the 11th day of August, 1S00, all
the right, title, claim, interest and estate, which A. S.
Waggoner then had. or may have sinee acquired in
nod te the following described proju-ny to wil: a tract
of land situated ia Davidson County, Tennessee, aDd
bounded as follows: on the . East by Abraham Wag
goner, on the North by S. Waggoner, on the .W st by
the land of Mrs. Ford, on the South by the li nds of
James lugh and others, it being the lauds 1 pon which
Littleton Ferry now lives; bciHg levied en as me
property of A. L. Waggoner to satisfy a ju.o.ni. ren
dered in favcrof I. A.. Cartwriglit against A. L. Wag
gouer. I J. K. EI IMM1ISON. Sheriff,
- jol' 21-t'l : By F- D. Wkttwokth, D. Sheriff.
BY virtue of vend. Ex. No. 1999, to me directed, and
delivered from tbe Honorable Circuit Court of
Davidson Couuty, Tennessee, at its May term, 1S60, I
will expose to public sale, to the highest bidder, for
cash, al the Court-house Yard, in the City of Nash
ville, on Saturday, the 11th day of August, I860, all
tho right, title, claim, interest and estate, which A.
Greer theu liad, or may have since acquired iu and to
the following described tract of land -in Davidson
County, district No. 2, bounded as follows: on tbe
East by Stoai-s river, ou the South by the lands of
Thomas Fuqoa, Jr.. on the West by the lands of Geo
A. Brown and John F. lee, on the Xorth by the lands
of John F. Leu and Ira 1 Hurt, containing about 45
acres: being levied on as the property of A. Greer to
satisfy a judgment rendered in favor of Moss & Hub
bard against A. Greer.
' ; . ' J. K EPMCNDSCX. Sheriff.
jnly21-td ' By E. P. WnrrwoTH, D. Sheriff.
BY virtue of a vend. ex. 1S32, to me directed, and
delivered from the Honorable Circuit Court of
Davidson Connty, Tennessee , at its Mi-y term. 1860,
I will expose to public sale, to the nighet bidder; tor
cah, al the Court-house Vard, iu the City of Nash
vHl", ortSwtorday. the 11th Any of August, I860, all
the right, title, claim, interest and estate, which G.
W. Lester and W. W. lerry theu had, or may have
sim-e acquired in and to the following described prop
erty, one lot of ground situated in South Nashville.
Pavhlson Connty. Tennessee, commencing at the inter
section of MaUory and College Street, running Enst
140 feet, thence North 62 feet, thence West 1& feet to
College street, theuco South 32 feet to the beginning,
Begistered id the Registers othee at Nashville. Tenncs-B-e,
in Book 2S, Jge t!15; being b-vimi on as the prop
erty of W. II. 1'erry to salisfy a judgment rendered in
favor of lsn.ie Paul against i. W. Ie.-ter and W. W.
Perry. J. K. FJiMCXDSOX. Sheriff,
July 21-td By E. P. WHrrwoRTH. P. Slieriff.
virtue of a vend. ex.. No. 1778, to me directed.
and delivered from the lioaor.il. le Circuit Court of
Davidson county. Tennessee, at its May Term. 1860, 1
will expose to public sale,tothehighest bidderforcash,
al tho Court-bouse yard, in the city of Nashville, on
Saturday, the llth day of August. I860, all the right,
title, claim interest and estate, which Silas Norris et
als, then had, or may have since acquired in and to the
following described Lot or ground, lying in the State
and county aforesaid , in District No. 18, fronting ou a
street in Edgefield, beginning in the Northern verge of
said street, 150 feet from J. Ijimsdcn's South-west cor
ner, thence westwardly towards Cumberland river, and
along tbe Northern vergeof said street 50 feet toa stake,
thence at right angles and westwardly towards Foster
Etreet 210 feet more or less to au alley, thence cast
wardly with said alloy to a point or stake which is 210
feet more or less to the beginning: being levied on as
the property of Silas Norris to KUisly a judgment ren
dered in favor of II H. Hmnner against Silas Norris ot
als. " " J. K. EPMCNPSOX. Sheriff.
july20-td ' : By E. D. Whit-worth, D. Sheriff. "
BY rirtue of vend. ex. No. 2014, to me directed, and
delivered from the Honorable Circuit Court of Da
vidson County, Tennessee, at its May term, I860, I
will expose to public sale, to tho highest bidder, for
cash, at tho Court House Yard, in the city of Nash
ville, on Saturday, the llth day of August, 1860, all
the right, title, claim, interest, and estate, which A.
Greer and John Greer then had, or may liave since ac
quired, in and to tho following described pro(erty: one
tract of land lying in district No. 2, Pavidson County,
Tennessee, and' bounded as follows, viz: East by Stone's
river, South bv Thus Fuqna, West by J. M. Lee and
S. A. Brown, North by J. T. Lee and J. B. Hurt, con
taining 45 ai res, being levied on as the property of A.
Greer, to satisfy a judgment rendered iu favor of T. J.
Mann, against A. Greer and John Greer.
J. K. EPMCNPSOX. Slieriff.
july21-td . By E. P. WinTwoETH,IX. Sheriff.
: Sheriffs Sale."
BY virtue of vend. ex. Xo. 1807, to me directed, and
delivered from the Honorable Circuit Court of Da
vidson County, Tennessee, at its May term, 1860, 1
will exiiose to public sale, to the highest bidder, lor
cash, at the Court House Yajd.in the city of Nashville,
on Saturdaav, the llth day ot August, lsbo, all the
right, title, claim, interest and estate, which Lewis
Carroway and Jerry Stodard then had, or may have
since acquired, in and to the lollowmg described tract,
piece, or lot of land, situated in the State aud County
aforesaid, near tbe city of Nashville, on the North side,
and being one naif 01 101 l&i, oemg ino one nan :ymg
next to lot 150, in the plan of lots laid off and num
bered for sale by Dr. MeGavock, said plan being re
corded in the Register's oltice of said County, in Book
No. 10, pages 608 and 609, (for more particular descrip
tion, see said Book.) being the same property conveyed
ny said Slcuavock 10 jewis torroway, ana registered
iu the Register's offico of said County, Book 19, page
112, being levied on as the property of Lewis Carro
wav et ais, to satisfy a judgment rendered in favor of
D. H. MeGavock, against Lewis Carroway et als.
J. K. EPMl'NDSOX, Sheriff.
jti!y21-td By E. Ifc Whttwortu, D. Sheriff.
i Sheriff's Sale.
B virtue of vend. ex. No. 1845, to me directed, and
delivered from the Houorabie Circuit Court of Da-
vidsou County, Tennessee, at its Mav term, I860, 1 will
expose to piflilic. sale, to the highest bidder, for cash,
al tue court Mouse tard.iu tne cny 01 .Nasuviue. on
Saturday, lle llth day or August, lS60.all Uie right,"
title, claim,1 interest, and estate, which Silas Norris
then had, or may have since acqnired, in and to the
following doscrilied property, viz: lying in Davidson
fiounty, Tennessee, district No. 18. fronting a street
that runs bolwocn and parallel with Spring and loster
streets, in Edgefield, lying in tlie northern verge of
said street, lo0 feet fronting J. Lnmsden s Simlh-w est
corner; thence wesiwaraiy towards Cumberland river,
and along tlie northern verge of said street 50 feet, to
a stake; thence at right angles westwardlv towards
Foster street 210 feet, more or less, to an alley; thence
eastwardly with said alley 50 feet, to a point or stake
which is 210 leet, more or less, to the liegmning: being
levied on as tho property of Silas Norris, to satisfy a
judgment rendered in tnvor of G. 1. Smith, against
Silas Norris and H. S. rcacn
-i J. K. EPMCNPSOX. Sheriff.
july21-td I By E. P. Wiutwortu. P. Sheriff.-
H. Errp.hT.' - RESIT SPKSRT
J. N. & H. SPERRY.
Comcsission, IRceiving and ForwardinS
; . . AX DEALEBS IN ..
Purei Wiucs aud Cranuies.
Also-Bomeitic Liquors, Tutacco, Cigars, ic
j No. (3 Market street, Gordon's Block,
HAVING Associated ourselves together for tbe
the parpose ot transacting a Ut-ncral Grocery,
Commissioa and Kcceiyiug and Forwarding Bushiest
we foel assured , from a long experience in this busi
ness, that we ran give satisfaction to all who may la
vor us with iheir uatrounge. It is our inientiou to
keep c instantly in store a woll assorted stock of tiro
cenes, tt lues und Liquors, and our determ'uaticu to
sell litem as cheap aslUey can be bought elsewhere.
I . J. N. & tU M'EKKV.
" We are now recei vin a large and complete assort
men l ol Groceries, Wines, liquors, Cigars and To
bucco.to which we iny.tc your atteutiou. Our stock
consists in iart ol the following articles:
; Sugar and Coilee.
SO bbds. Sugar; 10 boxes Boston Loaf;
140 bids pow. & crush do; 50 bbls Molasses;
60 do liiuee Sugar, 15o bags Baltimore Coffee .
j Wine and r.lqnor! f " t "
600 bb!s recti lied Whisky ; - SO - do Newnon'"- do;
'60 do Rebinsonco. do; 140 pkgs Brandy ,Wine,Gui
' :T'" . , . Sndrte.""': 'y, ' ' "
600 boxes Star CaodUs; 200 pkgg Paisins; - ' '
eoo kegs N'iils; . , 100 box llcklesa Catsup;
100 boMsChee; , 60 do Oyi-ters; - -
6i0 gross Matches; . 100 boxes Tacks; ' .
100 uo Jlasou'sBlacklug;:-00 reams Wrap. Paper;
. 60 boxe3(;arrcu'sSnuU;10a do Le tie.' Paper;
60 reels Cotton Rope ; . 100 bagB Shot: s. V , -160
doaf-inted Buckets; SO kegs Bar Lead; V .c -60
nest do Tubs; 100 kiu Mackerel Fieny ,.'
, 60 dox Wash Boarts; 60 baxs Ponner tkiice
60 coils grass & jute Rope 100 boxes Ground Guinea
suu Doxistta8sware; . . andfepper. , . -
600 drums Smyrna Figs; ' . . '
;' I Clsarai and Tobacco. ":
- 60,000 Henry Clay Cgarg; - ; - --'i i
60,000 Nap 'toon do:
2 60 La Competition Cigars, imported;
..-1600 German Crgarr, varlooa brands;
: 100 iro Smoking Tobacco; f ,
- ' 60 Roxes tanguorn ft Armisvoad Tobac ; ' '"
25 aa J. A. Clay . . do; "...
25 dor E. 1). White ' ' .". do; ,
60 do Ten a esace Tubacco," various orands;
And many other articles too numerous to mentioE
A ... J. N. ft H. SPERRY,
marlO-tf ; ( 53 Market at., Nashville, Tena
In sii ranee C o m pan y;
r Capital-Si 0O,O00J-Af-i. V.1P VX.;'.
OFFICE At No. forcer of Cedartrt
- : : li-'
17 ILat iU. .'.--ks.ig.iuti-s i.osj er !:ii -f
V ate by Fie 0.1 Buil-liiivH, Gr.oUr'
fTaresanu Me.!;ciiaB'ii7.egcucrally . Also-,
ou ShipmcBiSiiir jiust loss or da.at e by
Sea? ani Rivers, to and from ail puiuts.'
ALS. hisics on Negroes ag;Unst tbe
, 1 . .
me Kiver.i . .. 1, . - - ----- -
, - - ' DIRECTORS 'i . -
ALEXANDER FALL, W. T. "BERRY,?
ANTHONY W.VAXLF.KK,V; JOHN H. EWLX. 3 "
JOHX KIRKMAX, i HUGH McCKEA. .
JAMltd.WoopS. - - : JOSEPH ED V A itDS,"
R. C. McKAJRi'i - IRBV 1SORQAX, , .
. ; V. Bl FfAXS.
" ' " ' . i ALEXAHDEE FALL President.
JAMES WALK CR, Secretary . augl8
; XjE W BOO
Just reiccived. by Express and for sale by F. HAGAX.
Letters of Alexander Von Hutnboit. wilh a Steel
Portrait, translated from the two German editkina by
Frederick Kuop. - - "?
El Turidas, by th author of LamiJlghter.'' '
Rutledge a Novel." - '- "'- " . -.z:,!
Aboriginal Amerk-o ,by Jacob Abbott." ' -' 4fn
' Dow Short,Tatenl Sermons by Tow, Jr., complete
series. - - ' i'' lt
Just received and for sale by " I t
..... ; F. HAG AX, '.fnyt
june2-tf 1 . . ., 41 College sU
Panoramic Paiatiog JcrlSale. "
A first-rate opportnnity : for InTcstmtnl.
BUMAN'S PILGRIMS PROGRESS
riHE celebrate;! and magnificent Panorama of
' JL Biwya.Vs Pilgrim's I roorksjj iscffjred f r sale.
This painting has been before the public of thiscoan
try for several years, having been exhibited in the
principal cities in the country ,8nd elicited the un
UaliQed admiration of the l'l ess and people. Ills
in good order, niti all necessary fixtures, ready
boxed for stipmcut. For terms c, &c, apply iu
petsou or b laaer to J. B.CRAiGHtAD, or ta -'.
A. S. CAMP & CO.,
junel9-tf Nashville, Tenu.
I. uisvil'.e Courier and Cincinnati Commercial
copy 3 limes and send bill to tuisju.ee. . . j ,
CAYIE'S SlLPilllR SPUIAGS.
r"pBEj poderiigned respectfully inform ' his'iold
X friends and the public generally that the above
watering place will be cpeuedfor the reception o
visitors on tlie 1st flay ot June. , ..
He baa a large Pancing Room, Teh Tin it Hey", ic.
for tbo amusement of his- visitors. Tbee springs,
have aS Que meuicnial qualities as any in the state.
All who are' afflicted wilh Pyf pepsia, Bowel Diseases,
Httadache, to., would do well lo give them a trial,
lie has tiul bur, Cnalybeatc tnd tree fcloue maters
all of the very best kind. The Springs are situated
in a pliasaiit healthy locality, 10 miles touth of
raikjin and 3 miles wet or Xhornpsou's Station,
lie wouid say to all who may favor hnn with a visit
that no pains will be soared to make it a pleasant one.
, 4 te k m s . ( " ;
Board per week, : ' : : ':'"':"' : S 00
do. " day, : : . . : tT : .: .-l b
Single meal, : : : : .; 60
t tiihlren u..urr 11 ye.-irsaul servants half price.
Keeiag Horse per week, i : . j .- 8 50
All exl-a trouble extra charge.
CJ- The hick will muet tie cirs at Thajiption Sta
lion ob Mondays, Weuutsdav s and triuiys, in tne
inoruii.g, aud Tuesdays, lhars lays and Saturrtas
in the evening. .; l M..;CAyCJs.
june20-tf ' . " ' . " ,
; .. -' i . iC '
the Hard Times
TUST received, by express, two
O ana Aiijkiipxs pair of Pants goo, s that were
never knowu to wear out al S3 Cash. ' . )
JAMS. PAATS, .
june23-2w " Public Square". .
Banner and Union and American copy oue week
and charge this office. ' . . . .. : (u
THK copartnership heretofore existing between
the BuaersiguedjUncer the style ot 10 ler and
Iwirknauick, ia this day dissolves by mutual con
sent .i.W. Fowler retiring. The business" wilt iu
iutnr be conducted by ;S. Kurkpatrick, who alone is
authorized totcttle the business oi the old Grin.
- , '. A. W. FOWLKK, -
apr30 s ; , .-. -: S. KXkKPATKICK.
a 'HE undersigned having retired from the Arm or
Fowler A Kirkpatrick. having sold out ois en
tire interest theiein to 3. Kirkpatrick, respectfully
lenders his ihan.s to tho customers of th firm for
their patronage, and sc'x'ls a continuation ot said
pair nago to ma Si.cco -"' ' '
apr3d-im . - - ' A. W. FOWLER.
ST. NICHOLAS HOTEL
Broadway, Sew York. '-
VJ HEN completed six years ago tbe St. Nicholas
VV was universally pronounced tbe most magnifi
cent, Con veuient ana thoroughly o gauized estab
lishment of the kind on this continent, nhat it was
then it rcuiaiu-i to-day without a ny-1 in sizo, in
siimptuousuess, and in the general elements ot com
fort and enjoyment.' Tlu Hotel has accommodations
or 1000 guesis, including 100 complete suites' ol
apartmeLls tor families. Six hundred persons can
be comiortably sealed at the tables of its three pub
lic dining rooms, and nothing that modern art has
devUed lor the convenience aud social gratification
uf the traveling public bas been omit ad in its plan.
or is neglected in its practical details. The early rep
utation ol the house at borne and abroad, derived
from its maguitude, its superb appointments, and it?
home-nke comforts and luxuries, baa been enhanced,
every year by tbe unwearied exertions or tbe propri
tors TKEADWKLL, WHITCOIIB ft CO
K. T. FJLEMliNG,
W O 13: S Fa
"' 62 Union3treetf3ASHYXLLE, -;
(Between Cherry and Summer 3 treats.) .
jy Ordersi rout the country promptly attended!
May 27 tt - . J
FRANK LESLIE'S MONTHLY, for June; '.J
KNICKERBOCKER MAGAZINE, Tor June; ;
ECLECTIC MAS AZINE, for June; .'. 7
Just received by F. HAGAJf," "
may29-tf rGB t , ' . College street.;
: : ' .... .stu.sA
Reynold's Kew Wotk. ; :
The Countess and the Page, by 6. W. M. Reynolds.
author f Mystcricis of London,-ic, Sc. '
Just received by
JOHN YORK CO.
If Ihe Grafe Could, Speak ' V
WE should learn that one half or tbe children
born die before ihey are five years old. . Give
no strong medicines to children, but at onco resort
to tbe Graetenberg . ; t'j.'f..' ; !.". atfl "A " XZ
Children' . Panacea, ;: ,i .
The most valuable medicine for young children that
has ever been invented.
. The Health. Biff ersV,
Foe 25 cents, will make balf a gallon .of. tbe best
4omacu di iters known invaluable for meak consli-
1 tioi.s, dyspeptic hab.ts, billiousulnorderaderaage-
mint or tne stomacb and uowe.s. tveiv .xamilr
wonl t use mem at the present ciinnpe uf lt season.
airl4-tf . MACKENZIE 4 M1NCHLN
Lairc Kale or Tboroasb fired Trot
tius and otherHore at Woodbarn
t'trUi ". ? . n i- "-.: u o
ON Wed nesduy, tho 22d day Aorngt neztv I
will sell U. Public Sale, between Ulty. and. mzty
bead of '1 borough bred and Trotting and other
Horses, consisting of about fifteen tuorough b.-ed
brood mares, tne same numbeof trotting mares
and tao bal i ice J oung Block of both sorts. ! . :i :. '
Catalogues 4f sloca ready lot distribution , one
rooetli previous to day of sale, aud may be bad on
application to lr. I. Swigart, or the subscriber,
t- : : R. ATTCHEON ALKXAKDEK::
Woodburn farm , is near Spring Station, ou Lex.
ington audFrankfort Railroad. , June30-t2dn. --,
The Bartholi;;:; Sewing 'Machinc
- K sold on six mourbs time, fully warranted.. , j
Xo,-i5, College street, opposite oewanee uouse
apriUT , ,.; .. ,-, . ; li) .'.. .li i
For, Plaia Mocking; and , Fancy. KBiUini,
Macnints for KniiUng Drawers aiic,
1 ; tof allbizes -"'.! --
Bib Kachines of 1 ft l, 2 1, 2 ft 2 udS ft 2 Bib,
'. :,M-. j OX aUXD AXO buds TO OSnKB. H t i t i
rpHESK Machines use the plalngllsn-rJprtog
a Aeeaie,n a new principle, and are tee cheap
est aad mosiripfd n-arblnes for knitliiigin use. ' "
The Gonee Pauht Family Knitting Machines for
family and Plantation ax, Is a new ano successful
feature In 10 uaelul invenUous of the age, and ranks
.iiu,ciii awainv. ci ISiiii. i.i
New; Stdmrav Piano
Jili:iiiekTs iin'sic Store. -
U " i J'.45 CmIou street.
THISIaetrnaioctiswarranted new 1
,X and aotsixtjr days rrom tne man- tdjA
1HKGlOrj,R!l Will W SWfl UD exnuuun- T IT i 1 1
tion- I will soli at manufacturer's J il
aciorer'atf I L'J U
price, witltotU liddiUoiial charge for freight. Th
in. want of a Piano will find it to toeir interest
call and examine U before purchasing "
. i k, - ,-.- JOHN lvcs: '
I mal"-tf ; Moiie PealorU'4 VnUm
O Piaao Fortes from, celebrated
makers, Stein way & Sons;" A. H. Gate
& Co. . Haxelton Bros.-s 4'etera . Cragg
ft Co. , -and othars, consisting of .6 and 6,1 and 7Jj
Octaves, and raaging in pric from $100 to $600, ail
warrented In every respect. Icrsoo purchitsiug
from hint will xor pay rrom $24 to 75 more than il
tlier gave as. orde to 'a Piouxfor an iastmment
tbaithev neither see nor hearrnniil Ills put up in
their parlor1, f W hen it isaometimes very hard to dud
an lustrument that pleases m every particular when
you have a dozen or moretoselect from, is it atall
Idtcly you- would bo pleased In buying by, order
Also in store the largest stock or Sheet Music Moose,
aud. small Music Instruments ever offered In the
Market, 'and -Ml be sold lower than by any
other hocseinthe City.' CcinetoSS Union streetand
beeonrinced. - - - J. A. McClATRE.
r lune8rftt; a - '- - - . --'
fTIHK Copartnership blBretifore existijg nsder tbe
JL style of -tdwarus, Uilkeson A; Co., is lit a day
disolvc-t by ro itutU couseut. J. K. tjil.,eiuf- retir.
ing from the Hrm. ' '
July 16, 1860.4 U ,v JO. EJ WARPS, '
- ' J. K. G1LKLSON,
-'" ' - K. r. rDAKP8. '
r. b. hakkis.
E. P. EDWARDS.
EDWARDS, RAMUS & 10.,
' ' ' (sTcrtssoRS to id wards, qilkeron & co.)
I "WILL CONTINUef THE ' ';"
FOR WARULXG Mi COMMISSION BUSINESS
M tke otd tt(ipd, corner if Colltge and Church Us.
JulylOtf-i.... , . .
AND PEOORATIONS cf a kinds i and sizes for
Fourth of July, political and other celebrations.
LUCK. 46 Union street is now prepared to furnish
th a jove in any qjan v , wholesale and retaiL Al
so, fireworks of all ki . s. Ordcis d stance
promptly aueuded to. JOHN LUCK.--
June21-lf .,.to,;i; .,Ui
Mau for 'Sale.
T All ottering, nt a bargain - an A No. 1 Negro Man
a. ior saie
agea -jo years, tie lias nad couslileia-
ble experience on a farm, aud bdtii g cure of slock;
is perfectly hpnesi aud every way a reliable boy.
Call soon 11" you want a bargain. -1
; .. UEO, HirCHINfiS,
I junelO-tf Codar street.
TLe Cnprecejenttd Shcccss
. ., -i :: ? - ,.. . t -
Wbifh nw i ol : late attended' the n&e of
- MEDICATED 1 SOAP
INDltJES ns to call tbe attoi.ti.m orall those afflict
ed with i iles to it. Il is being tested daily with
tbe most beneficial clients. ; It is the only piep i ra
tion that can be iclied on lor a peimaueut and S)ee
dy ours ; Ii ytu are afflicted ti il at once and be
caret ul to use no other medicine in connection with
it. It is com pounded under llu supervision of I. V.
EWEETi who will retu.n the money if no cure pro
ceeds from its use. -
, gzf Por sale at Demnyllle's and DoGrove's, and
fcy-other Druggists.:. j; r. ., ; S, :--. . juuelo-tt
O L O S I N (i SAL Ii
r es a Good s !
OTwishingto coir over any portion of our
MJiTalTIjKla STOl'H, we have this day
REDUCED THE PRICES
. .; of every Jig iu.
Regardless ' of 'Cost. '
y Persons not yet supplied will do well to ex
anvne them, as w aze determined toflCSETBlM
XlUT. ' ' - , . : R. C. McXAIRY t CO.
U MILES FROM SUA WSVILLE DEPOT,
Montgomery Couuty,' Va,
THE PROfRIETORS haying pnrchased this WV
TERIXG PLACE in October last, have thorough,
ly repaired and furnished it with etmrei n-w lur
nilure of the ben ciaro .and vill op-n it tor the re
ception ol Visitors ON ill. liTil DAY OF JLXE
11 ving increased accoiiimodatmns, and male 'lib
eral arrangements for tbe comfort of th-lr gue ts,
they flatter tnemselves tnat but few (if an y) Water
ing Places wdl afford tbe same attriclmns as Una
It Is situat-d n the coantv of Montgomery, 3
miles from SHAWSVILLE DEPOT., (Va.and lenn.
K. R.) on tbe tanks oltua tteanuke ri . er, and id but
round d by some of the most beautiful anil alt ac
tive scenery to be found m rit the "Mountaini o"
Virginia the Water basacquired such a icputatiou
(a ti last few years, that il is unneccKFa-y to Bay
anything in commendation tt it. - It is nowcnakl-er-d
a tpecifie for the woral torms of Dyspepsia, a -d
a remed lor allCutaocous Diseases, dis rder . con
ditions oi the Stool eh, Howe's and Liver, and lor
prostration of tne nervous system. He might ap
pend a number of certificates irom Physicians and
others acquainted with its merits, and to these migut
be added ad inHnUuin.. ,
Passengers ill be met at Pliawsville by Four-
Horse Omnibusses, tu convey them over a now road
Iu tbe Springs. Persons leaving Baltimore, Wash
iiieUm, Kiel moDd and Petersnurg in tbe morning,
arrive at the Springs the same day: tboi e Irom toe
South will find the saineiMivcyance on tee arrival
of oacn train, v , . . . .-....-.- i.
juneU-dlm f " BOOTH, COLHOCN k. CO. .
na niiuitc ul uiiciacuauiu ripes. ,r
CST- received a fine assortment of Fancy and
Plain Meerschaum Pipes, with Amber, Jenmine.
and Cnioa Sterns, whi h will be nil cheap at pri
vate sale ny . Ufc-NJ. SHlrJLDS CO.,
juuelo-tf 1 Central -Auction Rooms.
;f-0Vi i a..
WANT TO IIIftE, ?
T70R the balance of tbe year, a servant to do the
A? cooking ani washing for a small family An.
ply at this office. : q - - --
JUST received. 200 assorten Canary Bird Cages M
all styles, colors and prices, some as bandaomi
as ever brought to this murkot. Fur sale low by ; .
ieo-ti . - j. w. wiuson.
. i ' - ' 'I .-::')
t - L- .1
.-li " ,-
BENJ, F. SHIELDS CO., wlii prooced to sell at
the Store, No. 15 Public Square, next duor to w
H. Calhoun's JeweLrr' Store, on account or W. C
Show, C D. Ceumiaenciuga Taareday moroiug,
July Klh, at 10 o'clock, the entire contenis ot tbe
sore, no; i ronne square, with counters, Shelving,
Oil Clotha and Fixtures. Tbe stock eoaaist of Em
broideries, Laces, Ribbons, a large stock of Sila.
Trimmings, Ladies' andChildreu'sFurDlsbing Guooa,
with norer ending variety not to be enumera
ted.' Ladies are invited, and also dealer, who will
flud U to tbea- intense lo attend. Tbe Store - is for
Rent.' ' " EEXJ. F. SHIELD; CO. .
h juneSS-M -:U rl act t : i. -5 jw
r Notice iotocfcholders! .
.-Zi.; SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE. ft
: ' J JfashTille, fUne SStfaISGO.",
rl pbrsaaace ef -resoluiloa passed "by t ie Siocki
boMeraot tbe NASHVImLE AXl'CHATTANOOUA
XAILSUAD CiiHPANT oa the 4th day of December
aal, the SUickbid lera iu said company will be car.
e d free of charge over tbe Road on tne 2d,4ih and
' h day f July, at their pleasure, by exhibiting
lr ce'tiflcaies of stock: to the 3odu actor.
Joae30-td. f f T,.j., , , Vr E. CuLE,Supt
i:.a Extra Family Flour.
1 rC A BARRELS Extra. Family flour, men efaelun
LtJVJ ed from choice White Wheat, to arrive to-
4sy,and for gale by
MI2E1X, HflOPER k, CO
Liadlcs' Uottu t Uoxcs.
JUST receihred a lane assort meet of Ladles Bon
net R xety .iBgte aud Urable tnnt and trays. " '
: Also. Ladies' iat beU ana.. Trareii g Bgs, which
I aOtsr xrj cheap for caaii. si.-1;
. ", " , JOHf RAM4GE, - i-
' JuaeSXf. ; r 4 . College eireet." 1
M. c. brucC
Aueliqn &, Cosiaission Mere hafit,
Corner Cedar and CberryBt.,
AVdiscof alidads. Satmfaction given to consign
...uv. wvuwiiuiKtnijn possiote. cousicn
eesofoostothis market will Uud my auction rooms
weliuuo.( up, and the goods wil be sold withonit-e
layaudtiw tuouey paiu over forth with.
"St B. 5 ogood s bought or sold on my o wnarcoint.
Chargesreaaoaitblr aud tiboral advances made on
'l . -: j - AND .
7.w-.i4.p .r.CAROXI)EL:'. irREET.:.' ..27
- ' 'J I . NEWOKLEANS,.
Sep &. ;
a. r. xkti-is.
; S. KIKiCATRJCK.
& CO- .
C0jI1ISSIQ5 & FOSWARDiXG MERCliiJTS,
(Between Uagaxiuc and Camp J .
KEW OULEAA'S, LA,
nov7 tt ' '
J. & C. liEAKIRT,
52 ioond Street, Ci-nciaaati, 0hi.
. ,. Kb. LP A EU1.L sUl'l'Lx OF . ,
alanufacturera' Articles, -
Warp on iieam, assorted colors
.Wlre HeddlesandFram.es, .,: -.;... !
Shuttles, . . :. .. .-.,
Steel ileeds and Pickers, ,
Lacing and Picker Leather, ,
1 Harness I wine,
Hxnd Cards, Tenter Hooks,
Comb Plate, &c &c .
A 1C1J. ASSORTMENT OE
Dye-Staffs, . Cochineal
Cudbear. , Indigo,
Mudder, ' Cutch,
' Log Wood. ' Sumac,
Cam. Wood, &c, &c, &c.
se:i24-ly i . , .
r7bsnowden & CO.,
Union & American Blork, Cherry st.,
KE .just in , receipt of; Uieir MRR. STOCK
Fine Wints 'aud Bracdics;". ', ' '
Srolrh Alf and LomicL' ': rtfr; '
. , ' Msht Wines for? Sun.mtr nse;
French Cordials and Syrups;
lleriaetii-alty taled Goods of every description; jr.
i -English and French Fruits, Pit klex, f!auces and
Extra Fine Green aud Black Teas; ft. Louis Crack
ers, Olive Oil.S. C. Ilams,l)ritd Beef, Beer Tongues,
olive s, Cassia .Tamarinds, Erench Nougat, Isiuglas ,
Gcllatine; Preserves, Cracknel Bifcuits,Cliecse, Fan
cy Toib t S.opn, ACi ... - ;
We keep constantly on Sana er ry thing pertaininj
t the supply f Fara lieg. , i
' ' K. U '. SXOWDES & CO,
junelO-dlm ' ' - .
Ambiotypes and Melaiieotfpes,
'I'HF. cites nest aud the best, are made at the Ar
JL Gallery, corner f College aud Union streets
Dagucreoptype Picture of deceased persons can her
becoppied aud thrown up to the Life Size Portraie
Please call and see spccintons.
, C. C. HUGHES,
Principle and solo proprietor of tbo Molaneotype
right in a.sbvil!e. nov'21-tf
If You Want a Hot Fire
Crden Can be Left in Box 94, P. 0. ,
dec7-lf ! ". S. J. AGXEW. :
MORE ; KEGROES LV A CASE!
ANOTHER LOT OF THOSE FINE.
ameng- wuith may he found every SHAPE of the
.- : . . ; - - ALSO, " -:. :-
A very large assortmeut of -1 i 5 i.. . -: - - . ' . .
to wholesale, at 44 Union Street.
J. W. LANG LET.
- De Forest, Armstrong & Co., '
Dry Goods Merchants,
80 li 82 CHAH&EBS ST., NEW I0EK,
WOt'l 1 notify tbe Trade Utat they are opeuing
Weekly , In new and beautiim patterns,
THE WAMSUTTA PRLMS,
"' ' i ALSO.
A New Trint, which excels eTery Print in tbe Coun
try for perfection of execution and design in rail
Mauder Colors. Our fruits are cheaper tlan any in
the market and meeting wiih extensive sale.
JJj Orders promptly attended to
apr4-deowly J '.".'"' ' "
TO MILLERS, DISTILLERS, &c.
THECNDERS1GNED IS NOW SELLING OCT ALL THE
Tubs, Boilers, Pipes, Machine-
ry, Fixtures, &c, '
Belonging to the Distillery and Flonring Mill, known
as tho ,
At Nashville ; parts or parcel er the same w:
sold to suit purchasers . . - ; .
AT VEUT SEDUCED PRICES." , . . .- i
1 'Persons desiring to purchase are referred to
turner S. Foster, KQ or James Corbett, at r ash-
viUe.Tenn. . . THUS. J. FOSTER. :.
; aprK im . ; ... . ... ,
THE STe CLOUD HOTEL, ,
'Enlarged 'and Refurnlbhed.'
rpH undersigned having taken the ST.' CLOUD
X HOTEL, bas enlaiged it materially, end re fur
Dished it thoroogbout in the meet et gaot rtf le, will
open tbe -house to tbe pa b lie oa Tbanday the U
last.' -' " SAMUEL J. CARTER.
.JulySCtf .... a,tJ f
' A1 COCATRV UlIiSIDENCli
Well Improfipd & Fcrj Yaldablc,
TWO and a hair mJ!e rrom Nashville on ArA
the Murfreeebom' Tarupike Road. The1 friaVl
dwelling ia ot Brick, boiit to modern style ii jit
and very commodious: coutiunluv roniua
ot good 8iae,beaides haLs,aniehambers,chinacioe
et,store room and cellar, and situated ia , ,,T
1 Bcantiffll CroTe of Fort TretiV: '
Tbe kitchen .wash roam and meat knna are alao
of bricnitb ll necessary out buildings, ana a
au-ga cisiera. . ij - - . - . -- ' -,
Tte place contains Uiirtr-two acres nf .tcaIIobI
land, of which twelve are in HaAVV TlaPEK. r -
WMKijew railr.id U pass, aud the tull gate Will
soon be move beyond. - - -
also adjoining, the above, several beaut if ol
Building lou,coalainiog from six to thirty acres
wee of seventeen- .cres, heavily limbered
These lands are well adapted to gardenleg beln
near the eity and of free soil, clear ol rock:. Fusses
sion gives at any tinw. ; t- :' . :- . J
For terms spy y to lb undersigned oa tie premi
ses, or at S3 CvUega sire -t.
June26-utf - ; ; - r ' A. H. FORB.f '
. War Ral
i "V i.
O HERRWC-S SAFE, large sixe, wfll besold'2rV
im low to-eloee aconiigcment. , .
t jaoeis-if c;
3. w.: ttilson;
I Sew Sapply cf Ohia Kole Satttr.
IfSQT WDNOSor Fresh Botterjust reseired pe-:
1U 7 I Poland, aod for sale by - . - -
..- -.. BJw. . SHIELDS at COV
"-vTT -. . . .. Ko.81 Coilegu atreet
(tsj ldtkh ok tass to twwnt" A aMttl.)
One So iiar e 1 Cay f 1 OO echad'al; naertj. , ,
4 -1 wek,3 00 cachad'alaqaare
ii o a 50 t ' f
1 month 6 00
2 9 00
" S - H bO ,
f i k'i 1IM1 " vl"
ia . um - ' ' io e
f tijmriitt it Kf wt. '
Onesauare,o.eyear,ao eaotaddiUonalsqeareSlO - -
Wnuen notice must be given to take out -ed stop '
ad vertisementsef yearly advertise rabcfcrcthyirt . f
expires.otherwise weshallcharget -doo.
. Nocontract ofy early advertise la. "'bedtoeaa .
tianed without prey iobsdo lac tojBOTwiilaoyiiarge . V
be made for less than one year at a yearly rate. " .
From TISCHER,OWEX ft CO.,Goeral Adrortfelng
, uouse .Appleton Building J4 Broadway
New-York . - ; , .1
L.1GH7T ! L.IGHT ! ! lalGIIT !l"
DIETZ & ;C0.
i - s
. i -' -Tt
i UaacTACTrsxiforivraorvn ' ''IVJ.'.
Etrbsenc, Camphcnc, F:cid,: and Oil;and! 1 j
" " $ yAotasTTiWASTrijnsaV'''
C n A S tt E L I li IV
CHURCHES, COLLEGES, AM PLBL1C BCTLDIKQ :
' ,it-132W",inStreetiear Fulloo, New-Tort.
A Winter Arra.
i - U. S. 3IAIL, - -
COXXECT10N WITH THE
XashTille and Chattanooga IU R
" Tenncssceand AlabamaRailroadi ; ' '
' AND THE ". r""
Louisrille & Aashville Railroad
rrHE following splendid atotaier comprise
A. line.andleare.NashrHledaity lorSt. Louui.Lwi
ville.Smithiand . Paducak ,C.i i 77" "...
tlrleana.' . " w
Steamer MIXXETONh A ,
fAnuu, aaslar, ;
Leaves Nashville every Mon
day at 12 o'clock , M.
Sleame rC.E. HILLMAX
:orbitt, Master , " ujia. ii
day at 4 o'clock
: Steamer ST CLOCD
, - Suts, Master,
' Leaves Nashville on Wednes
day sat 12 'clock, M.
Steamer MINK ETONKA "
I Daaaiiax, Master.
j a iu:cjocil,m. . v.
Steamer B.M.RUNTAN, . , t -,. t , ..... t
' Maun, Master, .
Leaves Kashville on Fridays'U?-'1."
at 4 o'clock, P M. . . ' -Errn i Saa4
' Stun, Master, dL ' ujiwii
day at 12 o'clock, M.
TlieseMoamersconnectatPadocah with the Mo
and Ohio Kaiiroad.ai Cairo with tbe Illinois Centra. .
Kailroad,and at St. LoDis wilh tbe Misaouriandappet
Missaaippi RrvrPacket8,aodareequattoany sseasT
ersalloat for safety pesd and eomfort. .
augg-tf. , . a. Hamilton, Agent ' '
I tHt-.. J:
kiwi.-.-).v.i: v -o rw tnw-i
BOYLE & CO..
No. 59 Second Street,
riwrriri anA - i
IMPORTERS Or " "
Forclsn Llqaor Sc Vlne. DletUlerw
nd . M siit ufae tit re r.
WinM, 1 Cerdlatla, Bitters. V hare ;
constantly ea band various grades of pare Batr
' bonandRye lVkimy,Peachand p.
pie randy; also. Harataria and New
EuIaud Horn, A:e. Sole manufacturers of !
tbeceIebratedMBeee TTliIekr. " " i -
New York Piairose -
T.iH. CHAMBEKS' i
i Establlebed In 1828. --
(Formerly Dubois ft Sto tart, and DuboU., Bacon
j . . ' Cuambers , -r
Cor. 8tli street and 4tn Avenue,
i j ;.v7tork crnr.
. .TWV.f?!im,Ia Pu' Purchaser Vrd'ere br
teuorfalthfull, executed, and pwfttt sUafictioi
N. B 6eod tor a circular,
itylee and sen ed a la of prioea.
" eaar26-Sm -.
,,ExPrcss t - Clarksrillee , '
pHSSouiuaru Express Company respectfullr aa--
that tb-y are aowraanlng arsaaoBaa "
ibrough to CUrkarUl., ruuM. K..id M.Cutl.
aall cr, and are prepared to forward to that place
ll goods uauaUy sent by express. TttfcU sue
forward to aU places ou stage routes, coanecutg "
ZllhZ 7 silroag- uotee, draft, ens., .
ooUected and prompt return aaade.
- T Ofllce No. 1 Pabiic Square. :-' l
ifebl7-f ; A k. HuLT.aeeertnteadeut. . j
r; Fresli Fnttts 'all ' tlie Year! V
1 THE YOJIANS'
R U I T - BOTTLE
F TrrWCTT, CONVENIENCE,' BCONOMT AND "
1 tTY, ia abeaalli fur praservia iraitau . t
l.-esu t4te, jo any cliuate ja indeOniU time, tia-
u used ueaa JBoUies, wo aad l rim .rotiulmu ' i'
uo veuient aodjobt Ue thing waited. . - , . ..
- jua.xj. muu as, nKUtrt Rural AflVira.
Fr luscrtpitv aad pnte circuUrs, advreaa Pre- ' n -.
cetur, at Walwortu, Wayne coouty.Naw York.
kiait3-etc3lw - - - xT.O.IaJUMANa. ! -:
LYOA'S LNSECT P0YDHI
I -ii.' j jTOK BALE BT i '.--J W. j
aprtltf vv.,.t, ;, JsULSS. BSOWS 4 CO.
, Sunday School Celefcratlcase
V L Flags J Flats ! I Flass 111 r
fkTriTUIVu . -t
I M ---- -- wBca to mo appearaace ec a siuliu-c
A. a Prueeasion of Sunday & licii CUmfen asa Fla:
-mo nauu of very utile bo and ritu. l.lh.E HJ'dwiJ
ow prepared u furbisa them ia aa q,uai.td.y,at 31
uvJegoueet,up stairs erer tuelda' AutUon Ko b
JTl-4 . S.JU,,
ngariaa Grass Seede r -
JOt receivadjuiit for saie at a low ugere K
usnla superior Huutrian Urmaa Seed. This"-'
dbas eiectitwtia8t9t care, mod una, .j 4
d ta the Nurtheru pjruoa of Miaawurt is rre from
urt aud al I Ub uur i lies. : ,- - - . v-
aprl-tf 09 A . K IZ ELL, HOOPER Ctt. . ,
rUE UAUTIIOLP MACHINE- ;
rl AS a larger aad taer fiaiaaed table i&aa aay
sa ou i
o. 9j,CulKg street; Oppacft Sswaoee Hoaae,
BOXES Cabinet Chaufj: ii Bnckeu liaM-''
etc, lust receirad aad Car sale y - - t ...
Beike-tf. . - t . Ay.. sT.JaaCJUy-.ja
vr t a-
y ! T-"
i ooaea nave been sold."
site.1" --S2J8' business, x -p y at tbis " cash. , AID C. L0tE