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NASHVILLE TESTS. FBIDAY AUGUST 10, I860
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Kmittaaees oj aim, m - irsu-inr- i.-iirU
..11 t .
1 V ;ji of a vend, fi.. 17", to me directed, and
d.-lii er-l from the Honorable Circuit Court of Ifci
.1 Woo c'JiWy, Tcnne.-.-ee. at its May T, I80O.I will
p-e 'o public wile, to tbe highest bidder. lr c;e-h.;tt
he Gurt iem..- yard, iu the city of Na-hviilo. ou Stt-iir'Li-.
lb'r 11th day ot .Vu:nt, ibtia. all the nirht. title.
Uuu. intcre.-t and" eMalc which I". I- Williams et aK
ih-n had. iir Iliav have .-.iuce acquired in and to theful
lowin? described tract of land iviusr in Ilavidson co..
oun-iext o the Ktol by 1'ara.Jiw; the North by -Mr.
KaiLart: West trv ImK Creek; on the South by Thoma
I- M;X'-al. contains .v e-timate 100 acre: levi.nl on as
1 be property oft'. L- Williams to EaU-ty a judsnu-iit
rendered in" favor W. T. ;arrcit Btin-l C. I Wil
li. EnMl'Xlw'ON. .-hcrilt.
I!v K P. Whitworth. 1. Slientf.
BY virtue ..fa vend. r-v. . No. lTfl.to to-' .'irccod
and (t !:v r -I from the Honorable Circuit "art of
Lt i-Lon iouiiiy.T.-iin,-.-ee. at its May Term. I
. i.'! f -' to public -ale. to tlie hii;he?t bidder. ! r ca-b.
I liie Court bn- anl. hi the city of Xasbville. on
.-.tfirday . tbe nth tiay of Aul-il-i. 1M"0. all tbe ri'bi.
title. -ia:iri.' inlcn-st and e-tate. vliH'h Jerry toi-ird
ili u bad r nuv have ince acqniml 111 and to the M
iu.; il.ritxit J in tbe 4th Ward. city of Xa.-livUle,
V-.r'h of Line street: ?aid o or parcel of Lmd front
in? ftu feet ou I.id- Hre-t niuniiU Xorlb 100 feet, more
f l-; branded Eat by T1ih. Imniicy and We-t by
.1 iuie shepherd; levied 'on an the proi rty of .l.-rry
-"iurd io.-ati.-rv a jutisnin-nt rendemt mtavorof l.idy
A u.i aaiiit J.1TX Stoiiard.
J. K. FJIML'MHPN'. Sle ritr.
i't!v2i'n-l I;' V- WHmniKTH. 1. Shenlf
Bi' virtu" it a vend, ex.. No. 1792. to me dirc-l"-d.
ajjd deiiver-d fnm tbe Honorable Circuit Court !'
Ittvid-ou cmmiy. Teiin.see, at its May Term. IviO, I
. il! exieetopuliic-ale.tothehiph'st bidder. Or cash.
:.i the t'oiirl bou.-e vard. in the city of Xa-diville. on
.-'afird.iv. the 11th day of August. IS00. all the riu'bt.
title, rUiu. iiif-re-t aiid estate, which .-Miix-a bephtd
-! 9U tie 1, had or mav have since aojuireil iu and to
the f.,la. inK descrilici It or peK-e of land, lyiue in
tuvKln couutv. late of Tennessee, and iu the city of
Na.-bMl!e. and tuMin.ted a? follow., fronting SO f-el on
l.iue ln-t. and running back ISO feet to McLemJre
-tre. t.tleneei4i f.--t to lot owned by Jerry Mo.lard.
iheu. e do b-et to Line Mreet. thence with lane rtrwl
00 teet u the conu-r f Jjne and McIniore ; bem;
-vied on as the property of Simou Shepherd to sality
t jud-nieul rendenl in iavorof Jacob Met iavot k against
uiji t-befiiM-rd et ai.-.
J. K. nMl"NHHN".Siieritr.
Jul C-o-td By i 1'- WitrrwoitrH. 1. Shernl".
BV 1 u-lue of a vend. ex.. No. 1S14. to me directed,
ai.i ilclivcn-U from the Honorable Circuit Court of
ta--idn unty. Tennessee, at iti May Term. IhoO, I
.1 .1! to piibbr hale.iothehih-t lodder for cash.
..1 the Court hMi-e vard in the citv ot Nashville, on
Saturday. The Hi h d iy or August. lfiO. all the ri-ht.
1 ilk-, claim, interest anil rstale, which A. tiri-er and
.la.'. M. Kan then had or mav liave snin- acquired in
:uid t. the follow iii); ils'rilied Tract of 1-and. situat.-d
111 lii-lrici o. 2,u u,e ciHintv and State aforesaid. and
tuMinded as follows: J-iist by Stones river, and South
b T- Fiiipui. West by ti. A. Brown and North by J. T.
I.ee: l-n; levi-i on'as the proierty of A. Creertosat
1 f. ajudfiii.-nt rendered 111 favor of T.J. .Maun aain-t
:re.-r aii.l .Lis. M. Kvans.
J. K. EPMUNTiSf N , Sheriff,
tulvjo-td By V- D. Whitwobiii, 1. Sheriil.
iY virtue of a vend. ex.. No. 1754, to me directed.
) .1:1 1 delivered from the Houomble Circuit Court ot
lavit-on county. Teiiussfe. at its May Term, lVJO, I
w ill esixe to public sale, to the highest bidder for cash,
.-t the Court h-xi.se vard. in the city of Nashville, on
Saturdav. the 11th day of August, 1S60. all the rn:lit.
1 J ic. clauu. interest and efctale, nub Joel A. Battle
then liad or mav have since acquired in and to the fol
.o iiiit descrihed Tract or parcel of I jnd, lyinp the 6tb
twtrict of Jiavidson county, ou the road runuing from
Nolensvlle to Laverene. coiitaiuinsj about Kifrht Huu
.Ired Acres, beiiu; the s;iuie tract ot laud on w hich Joel
A. Kittle now Incs. Iiounded on the North by the land
f Sarah J. ISattle.on the east by the lands of R. (iooch
hai h-s J..iuLsoii and B. tiray, on the North by the laud
..f Mrs. Austin and on the West by thebutLs of A. Bush,
J..s. Nance and Sarah Battle, with all improvements
Ihenvn: being levied on as the proTiy of Joel A. Bat
tle to satisfy a judirment rendered in favor of H. S.
fti ia h fliion against the said Joel A. Battle.
J. K. FJML"NlHiN, Sheriff.
iilv0-ld By F It. WurrwoKTit, I. Sheriff.
BY" virtne of a vend, ex., No. 1338, to me directed,
and delivered from the Honorable Circuit Court of
lavidson countv, Tennessee, at its May Term. l.tdO. I
w iil expoau to public sale, to the highest bidder for cash,
at tUv Court -bouse yard, in the city of Nashville, ou
Saiunhiy. Uie Hill day of August, lHttO, all the rijfht.
1 itle,rUaunteri-st and estate which Daniel Winters and
Mar tBH Go.i in then had or may have since acquired in
f andUibefollowinzlot as property of Martha lAjodwin,
nC&y v.,ui thectty of XashvtUe jstateanil county afore
.TauU b4midel as "lollows: beginning at a vunt l'J)
lift 1 '-. jm-iies from the corner of tiay and Swu--e sts.,
thence parallel witb Spruce streot 100 feel to an alley,
thence with the I me of said alley, and parallel with
y otll. 7,'i tiK'hes to the beginning; being b-v-ted
ija ak the property of Miirtha tiodwiu to saii.-fy a
ludgmenl rendered m favor of John lUmagc against
iaiiivl l' inter i and Martha Uoodw in.
J. K. EDMl'XDSOX. Sheriff.
jiilyS44 By E. 1. Whitwosth, IK Sheritf.
BY j-iu.- of a lend, ex.. No. 1763. to u,e directed,
aud delivered from the Honorbe Circuit Court of
Ikv ulat'ii county, Tennessee, at Us May Term. Iii0. I
wiil ejpi to public sale, to the highest bidder forra.-b,
at the l ourt h-Kit yard, iu the city of Nashville, no
Stturdor, the lltb day of August, ivio. all the right,
title, clauu. intercut and estate which luuicl Winters
and Martha t...J ut then had. or may have .-.inco ac-luiif-4
iuabd to the following oescrite.l iroTty : one
Lot oti ( street, in the city of Xa-bville. and lrfHtnd-nii-
follows beginning at a pouit loO feet 1 iuches
IrotD iL cortHT ot tiay and Spruce Ftrret, theDrvir
:lk l with Sprme stre-t lno feel toan alley . tiience w ith
the line of raid alU-y ami parall-l w ith Gay street,
Irrt 7 1 ; m bes.llieiico 170 bft to Gay street parallel to
ihe trst line, theme al.mg Gay street 22 1 eel inch"s
10 the bei'Tiuing: leing b'Vd 00 as the property of
Martha t-"li in to satk-fy a judgment rendered in favor
of 5 W tiuuter aaiu.t lUtUH-l Winters and Martha
.eodwte. J K. FJ'MUXIfcOX, Sheriff.
- jiilrjn-M By F I. Wiinwotnu. I. Sheriff.
BY-rirtw of a rend. ex.. Xo. 644. to me directi-d.
and diivTel from the H.uorable Cin-uit Court of
lvidsou county. Tenness:, al its May Term. ljiu. I
Will expose to public sale, to the highest bhlder lor cash,
at the Court-house yard, ut the city of Nashville, ou
Saturday, the 11th tlay of August. iirtO, all the right,
title, clauu uil-r-sl and estate, which K. II. Jones and
O. IX Wailing then liad. or niay have since acquired in
and to the foUowuu: desrritieU 1 of liruuud in Kilge
neM and l.Sih Iu-trK-t, of ltovidsoo ounty, bounded as
jiuiiu: beguinuu; on the South-west corner of a bt of
ground lately conveyed by K. Hoic-ton to Silas Norrts.
. a siro.'t that runs bet ween Spring and Foster strif t.
in 1-JgeueM. th-nce northwardly with Xorrts's hue
aul 210 leet to an alley, thence westwardly with said
alleT 112 fv t. tbetice simthwartlly about 210 feet t
hrst NMd street. tlieiH-e east ward iy with said street 112
feet I., the inn uig : being levie.1 on as the property
. I. Walling to satisfy a jndimient ren-lered infavi
of Hour II Vearger against R. H. Jones k I. Wail
uig. J- K. FJi.MCXTSOX. Sheriff.
ulv21-t4 Br E. I- WHrrwoKTH. 1. Slieriff.
BV virtue et a vend. ex.. No. 14". U me dirwted.
aud delivered from the Honorabto Circuit Court of
Uci kt -i ciKiuty. Tciine.-fT-. at its May Term. 1. I
ill eipi.. to public sale, to the highest bidder lrcash.
:.pfb.- Cnrt bise yard, in the city of Nashville, ou
. 'Saturday, tlie nth day of August, I0. all the right.
tiilR. claim, interest and and estate which Silas Xorrs
rl iN then had or may have since acquired in and to
he lotlowaut described property lo-wit: a lbuse and
1j.i.ot -i-e of land, situated on Wetnwire stre.t in
'Bld, in the siate and county aforesaid, beeinning
n the Xiwlliern Terge ot Welmore street. 154 feet from
l.ninsdeu" Sauh-west cormT. tlx nce westwanlly to
u. ards Cumberland river, alouir tlie Northern verge of
sual Klra-t SO fet to a stake,' thence at riRht angle
uorthw arilly toward Filer street 210 feet moreor less
to an alley, tuewe eastwardly with said alley 50 feet.
:o a !int or slake which is 209 feet from Lumlens
hue. thence at right augk and southwardly 210 feet
luure w k." to the beguining; being levied on as the
property of Silas Xorri 10 satisfy a judgment rendered
in favor of Joseph Whcless, Agent, agaiust Silas Nurris
.tats. . J. K. fcHMlNUaoX, Sheriff.
tmrrtn-td By E. D. Whitworth, D. Sheriff.
I Y virttie of ven.1. ex. Xo. 1818. to me directed, and
delivered from tbe Honorable lrruit Court of
ltviilon CiHintv. Tennessee, at its May term. 1S60. I
w ill expose to public Kale, to tbe highest bidder, tor
ca-li.lil ibe Court-house Yard, in the City of Xash-
dli. o Saturday, the 11th day of August. IStiO, ail
the right, title, claim, interest and estate, which Wil
son Apple ton then had. or may have since acquired in
and to the following de.crited Tract, parcel or piece of
' tad urtuated in Iwvidson County, 2l)th district, begm
. mgat a stake, tbe btiundery line between S. C. Bowers
and the new plank fence, 4 poles to the Fast of Uie
Sprtoefleld Turnpike Roads; thence, with Bowers line
South, 73 decrees West, 5S poles to an Khn stamp;
Puet comer in Lutons line, thence with hi hue 30
deprees Ot, 2S poles to a hickory: I'ow els k I.utons
. corner thence. South 24 degrees to I.utons hoe, 2t pol
ur heecB-; Lutons corner thence with bis line East , ;vj
toan Elm. Byrne's corner; thence South 19 de
crees. West M degrees, East 20 li poles to a beech near
rjst Bank of tbe creek; thence North IS degrees West,
with .h pLtnk fence ou tbe right side of the road to
tbe bginamR. containing by estimation, about 22
acres;" Reratered in the Registers office Iiavnison
coaniv. Tetineee, Book, No.22 p43 and 44:. being lev
ye& oa an the property of Wilson Applet on, to saiisly a
jadfxaent rendered in favor of E. A. Maihis against
Wubuo Apple ton, et aK.
. J. K. EDMCNDS0N, Sheriff,
jaJy ZJM4 By E. l. WjcxwoBia, D. fctwlff.
Sheriff 8 Sale.
BY virtue of a vend, ex., No. 1790, to me directed,
and delivered from tbe Honorable Circuit Court of
Jjavidson county, Tennessee, at its May Term. ISoO, I
wiil expose to public sale, to the highest bidder, for cash,
at ihe Court house yard, in the city of Nashville, ou
Saturday, the 11th day of August, 1H60, all the right,
title, claim, interest atid estate, which F. M. Woodali &
Co., then had or may have since acquired iu and to the
following described Lot. No. 10, oulh Gallatin, Brock
way "s addition 10 Edgcueld. adjoining E Spilton on the
East, and W. H. Lueus ou the West, running back 170
feet to an alley; levied on as the projerly of F. M.
Woodali k Co., to satisfy a judgment rendered iu favor
of C. W. Klargus against F. M. Woodali Co.
J. K. EOMCXUiSON, Slierifl,
j'ily20-td ISt,- E. D. Whttworth, D. Slieriff.
BY virtue of Vend. ex.. No. 1723, tome directed, and
dehveaed from the Honorable CircuitCourt ol David
son Csimtv, Tennessee, at its May terra, ls&O, I willex
lise to public sale, to the highest bidder, lor cash, at
Ihe Court-house Yard. 111 the City of Nashville, on Sat
urdav. the 11th ilay or August, lHf. all the right,
titie ."claim, uitere-t and estate, w hich Silas Norris, et
als. then had. or may have since acquired in and to the
following described lot of gronnd lying in the County
and Staid, al'orc.-ai'l in rti-tru t No. Is fronting on a
street that runs between and X':'r;l'''l ,r Spring St.,
and F(t--r St.. in Edgelield. begiuuig in the Northern
verge of said st.. l.H tt. tnim J. Iaim-deii. Smtliwcst
corner: thence Wi-stw anllv towards tin- Cuinlx-i laud
river, and alon? the Northern verge of said street,
fifty feel to a stake; then at right angle, ami West
wardly towards FosUT strin t.- 210 ,i-t to an aih-y,
more or Ic.tS ; thence Eus-twarilly with said alley oO it.
to a iioiut or stake, which 210 more or loss to the he
ginuig: btfing levied on as the property of Silas Norrl
and others, to sai-sfy a judgineut rendered in favor of
K H. Chlldres. Sr. ."against Siias Korris. et n!..
.1 K. FJiMUXBStiX. Sherift".
July 21-t l Bv K II. WumvoRni. I. Sheriil.
Bv virtue of vend. ex. No. lS4fi, to nic'directcd. and
and delivered! from the Honorable Cir uit t ourt
t Jhividson County. Teimesiif. at it May term, JsoO
I ill ex-e to public Sale, to the liighe-t bidder, lor
rash, at the Court -hott-e Yard, in Hie "City of Na.-U-ville.
on Satur'lay. the 11th .lay !' An-11-t. isoti. all
the ri'ht. title, claim, interest and e-tate. which
X. 1. 'bit. then had. or may have since ac
quired in and to the following di-scribed. prop
erty. 1 Brick levelling Hotie and !t.or parcel of land,
on which said Brick Iiwelluig is situated, lying and
being in the County of Ikivulsnn. Teuuessee; N"ith
east of the city of Na-bville, it being a jtirt ( lot
purchased by John f 'orbit of John Ne,.-on. lirst from
ine University of Nashville. b:iniiiir in the centre .f
Market ptreet, extended, runuig North fitty-six de
grees Fast. 2ol fi-ol to a stake thence Soutn :j4 de
gress list od fis-t to a slake m the MurtVif slK-ro
Koad. cliange thence South n& dertfs. West along the
centre of said ro:id; 21 let t to the centre of ilaiket
street: thence North 34 degrees, West along the centre
of Market street. 2o(j leet to tho beginning, containing
about 1 K acres, it being the same conveyed by John
Cor hit. bv deed to which refference was made in BnoU.
Xo. 5. page being levied on as the property of N.
I. Corbit. to satisfy a judgment rendered iu favor of
Louis Willing, against X. '. Corbit.
J. K. EUMCXDSOX. Sheriff.
Julv 21-td By F Ii. WHrrwoimi. It. Sheriil.
BY virtue of vendt ion! exponas No. 1V. to me di
rected. and delivered Ironi the Honorable Circuit
Court of lmvklf on cunty. Tenneee. at its Mav Term,
ISoiJ. I w ill exfse to public sale, to the highest bidder,
for cash, at the Court House Yard, iu the City 01
Nashville, on Saturday, the llih Hay of August. lHi'iO.
all the right, t.tk-, claim, interest and estate, which
Wilson Appleton then had, or may have since acquired!
iu and to the following di-scrili.il tract parcel, or pksx
of land situated iu Ikividsou County. 2ulu District, be
giiiing at a stake the Ixiuinkry hue between S. C iv
ers at the up)er end of the n.-w plank fence. 4 oli-s to
the eat of the SpringUehl Turnpike Road, thence with
Bowers line Smth. 73 degrees Wi-t. 5H n.lii to an Elm
stump: I'owels corner in Lutons line. theii-e with his
line 30 degrees. East 29 poles to a hickory, PoweLs &
Lutons coi ner, thence South 24 degrees toljitous iim',
"ii .lcs to a iMich 011 Lutons corner; thence with his
line East 32 intbii to au Elm n Byrnes corner, thence
South 19 degrws Wt. SS degrees East. 20,i JKilesi to
a beach near the East Bauk of the creek, thence North
is din:rfs Wl. with the plank leiice on the right
side of the road to me l-giiiniiig, containing by es
timation, about 229.14 acr.-s, Kigistered in the Registers
min e. Ilavidson County. Bt-k No. 22, ige 43 and 44;
being levied on as the property of ilsoii Appleton. to
s.itisiy a judgment rendered 111 favor of lMvjd 7. Head
Jc Hrii. against Wilson Appleton.
J. K. YA iMCNIiSON. Sheriff.
Julv 21-td. By E. I. WuiTWOirrH, D. Sheriff.
BY virtue of vend. ex. Xo. 1742, to me directed, and
delivered from the Honorable Circuit Court of
Davidson County, Teuuessee, at its May term. 1S60, I
will expose to public sale, to the highest bidder, tor
cash, al the Court-house Yard, in theCity of Nashville,
on .-alurday, the 11th day ot August, ISoO. all the
right, title, claim, interest and es.;te, which C. E. U
Marliu. et als. then bad, or may have since acquired
in uud to the following described piece or parcel of
laud situated in Davidson County, and in the City of
Nashville, known and discribed as lot Xo. 99, the orig
iual plan of Xasbville, bounded as follows: beginning
al ihe North East corner of Summer street, being also
corner of lot No. 7S, thence South Eastwardly along
the line of Summer street, 120 feet to a stone, thence
North Eastwardly, and at right angles with said lat
line, the whole depth of said lot to the hue of lot Xo.
67. thence Xorth Eastwardly along tho line of said
East mentioned lot 120 feet, to the line of said lot Xo.
78, thence South Eastwardly along the line of said last
mentioned lot, being also the line of Overton's alley
to its lieginuing, Registered in Book Xo. Vi, page 349,
in the Registers olhce in Ilavidson Comity. Tennessee;
being levied on as tho projierty of R. Martin, to satisfy
a judgment rendered iu favor of K. Cunningham . against
C. E. H. .Martin, el al.
J. K. EPMCXDSOX, Sheriff.
July 21-td By E. P. Whitworth, I. Sheriff.
By virtue of vend. ex. No. 1741. to rn- directed, and
"delivered from the Honorable Circuit Court of
Ilavidson County, Tenn.-ssee, at its May term. 1S0O. I
will expose to public sale, to the highest bidder, lor
cah , at the Court-house Yard, in the City of Nash
ville, on Saturday, tbe 11th day of August. Io0. all
the right, title, claim, interest and estate, which C. E.
II. Martin et als. then had, or may have since acquired
in and to the following described property, viz: a piece,
or parcel of land situated in Itavidsoii County, and iu
the City of Nashville, known and described as lot Xo.
19. Unoriginal plan of Xasbville, houndd a follows:
iM-giuning at the Xorth easl corner of Summer street,
beingfilso corner of kt X'o. 78: thence South-east wardiy,
along the line of Summer street, 120 feet to a stone,
thence Xorth-east wardiy. and at right angles with said
last line, the w hole depth of said lot to tbe line of lot
Xo. 67; tbenco Xorth -east wardiy along the line of said
East mentioned lot 120 feet to the line of said Kit. Xo.
: thence Snuth-eastwardly along the line of said last
biciitioned lot. liemg also the line of Overton alley to
the begiiiningrRcgistered in book Xo. IS. page VA'J in
the Registers olhce of Ikividsou County. Teuuesee; be
ing levied on as the proierty of R Martin to satisfy a
judzuient rendered in favor of 1L H. Cartw right.
ae::n-t .". E. II. Martin, et aLs.
J K HiWXrSiW. Sheriff,
julv 21-td By E. 1. WHrrwoKTH. D. Sheriff.
BY virtue of two vend. ex. No's. 1SD5 and lsl7. to
me directed, and delivered from the Honorable
Circuit Court of Davidson County, Teuuessee, at its
May term. ISoO. 1 will expose to public sale, to the
bitbest bidder, for rash, al the Court-house Yard, n
the City of Na-hville, ou Saturday, the 11th day of
August. ISoO. all the right, title, claim, interest and
estate, which Wilson Appleton then had. or may have
fcince acquired in and to the following described track,
parcel or piece of land lyin; in Itnvidson County, 20th
district, beginning at a stake, the boundary line of S.
C. Bowers at the upper end of the new plank fence 4
poles to the East of the Springfield Turnpike Road;
I hence with Bowers line. South 73 degrees. Wist is
des to an Elm stump; Pcwels corner in Lutons line;
tiience witn his line 30 degrees. Fast 2S pol.-s to a
hickory; Powels & Lutons corner: thence South 24 de
grees "to Lutons lines. 26 poles to a beech, Lutons
corner thence into hi line. East 32 poles to an Elm,
Byrnes corner; thence South 19 degrees, West 8S de
grees. Etst 20 i poles to a beech near the East bank of
the creek; thence north IS degrees. West with the
plank fence on tbe right side of tbe rnd to the be
ginning, containing by estimation about 22i acres;
Rcorled in the Registers oUiif Davidson County. Ten
nessee. Book. No. 22. pages 43 and 44; being levied
on as the property of Wilson Appleton. to satisfy 2
judgments rendered in favor of E. A. Mathis, against
J. K. EDMTNDSON. Sheriff. '
julv 21-td By E. 1. Whttwortb. I. Sheriff. ;
SherifTs Sale. "
Y virtue of vend. ex. 1S13, to me directed", and de
livered fmra the Honorable t vcuit Court of Iavid-
son County, Tennessee, at its May term. 1S60, 1 will
exiose to Hiblic sale, to the highest bidder, for cash,
at the Court-house Yard, in the City of Xasbville, on
Salurdav. the 11th day tt August. ISoO, all the right,
title, cbiim, interest and estate, which ViLon Apple
tn. et als. then had. or may have since acquired in
aud to the following deserilied tract, parcel or piece of
kind situated in 20lh dL-trk t. Ilavidson County, begin
ning at a stake hi the boundary line, between S. C.
Bowers al the uppT end of the new plank fence. 4
poles to the East of the Ppringdeld Turnpike Road,
tiience with Bowers line. South 73 Degrees West. 4S
poles to an Elm stump, 1'oweLs corner in Lutons liue
thence with Lis line South 30 degrees, East 28 poles to
a hickory, FoweU k Lutous corner, thence South 24
degrees to Lutons line 28 poles to a beech,. Loutons
corner thence with his lino East. 32 poles to an Elm.
Bvrnes corner thence South 19 degrees. West 8S de
grees. East 20 poles to a beech near the East bank 'of
Cue creek, theiice Xorth 18 degrees. West with the
plank fence on the right side of the road to tbe begin
ning, containing by estimation about 22 ' acres deed
to which reference" is made in the Registers office in
Iavidson County, Book No. Vi. and on page 43 aud 44;
being levied on as the property of Wilson Appleton et
als, to satisfy a judgment rendered in favor of 11 A
Mathis against Wilsou Appleton.
J. K. EDMCXPSOX, SJieriff,
julv 21-td By E. D. WHrrwoKTH, D. SberiU.
TY xiTlnr 01 vrn'1- - 1823, to me directed,
. lverwl fr"m Honorable Circuit Court of
Davidson County, Tennessee, at its May term, i860. 1
w:J I expose to public sale, to the b.igWt bidder, for
ca-h.al the Court House Yard, in the citv of Nash
ville, on Saturday the Hih day of August, ISOO, aU
the right title, claim, interest. and estate, which Jo
seph bland then had. or may have since acquired In
and to the following described land. viz.. situated in
the Comic y of Davidson, Slate of Teuuessee in district
. " wuTw ui ti. t nan
ton aud William Margins, cm the North by the lands of
n uuaui nunnus.vu uie nesi oy ine lands of J. N.
Alphance and Jos-ph Aldrich. and on the SiMith by the
Murlrecsboro turnpike, containing 60 acres, more or
kss; being levied ou as the property of Joseph Bland,
to satisfy a judgment rendered in favor of J. W. Owen.
against josepn liiana.
J. K. ETiMTXDSOX, Sheriff.
c20-td r E. 0. Wetwobth, p. Shrtff
BY virtue of vend. ex. X'o. 1R47, to me directed, and
delivered from the Honorable Circuit Court of Ila
vidson County. Tennessee, at its May term,lS60, 1 wiil
exiose to public sale, to tbe higliej-l bidder, for cash,
at tlie Court House Yard, in the city of Nashville, on
Saturday, the 11th day of August, lSGO, all the right,
title, chiun, interest, and estate, which Silas Norris
then hail, or mar have since acquired, in and to the
following described piece or parcel of laud, with a
frnme house on same, situated on Welmore street, in
Edgefield, and bounded as follows: beginning in the
North verge of Wetmore street, lo0 feet lroin J. Luuis
den's South-East corner; thence westwardly towards
Cumberland river, along the North verge of said street
50 b-et, to a stake; thence at right angles northwardly,
towards Foster street, 210 feet moreor less, to au alley ;
thence eastwardly with said aliey 50 feet, to a point or
stake which is 209 feet from Ltimsden's line; thence at
right angles and southwardly 210 feet more or less, to
the beginning: ieing levied on as the projierty of Silas
Norris. to satisfy a judgment rendered in favor of
Lewis WillL-ini". against Silas Norris.
J. K. EPMCXDSOX, Sheriff.
julv21-td Br E. D. Whitworth, D. Sheriff.
Shei ifTs Sale.
BY virtue of vend, ex., X'o. 1821, to me directed
and delivered from the Honorable Circuit Court of
lavidsoii County, Tennessee, at its May term, 1860.1
will expose to irtiMic sale, to the highest bidder, lor
ra.-h.ai Ihe Court House Yard, in the city of Nashville,
on Saturday, the 11th day of August, 1S60, ail the
right, title ."claim, interest, and estate, which Isliam
Norris and others then had. or may havesince acquired
in and 10 the following described property, viz: One
lot or ntrcr of land iu tiie County of Davidson and
Slate of Teiiues-ee. in dL-tricl No. IS. froutiug on a
street that ma.-' between and parallel la Spring street
and Foster street, in Edgefield, begiuning ou tbi; X'ortli
er verge of said street, loO i'wt irontmg Lumsden's
Store, Hest temer; thence westwardly, towards Cum
berland river, and along the North verge of said street
i0 feel, to a stake; thence at right angle westward
with Foster .-triil 210 feet, lo an aliey; t hence east
ward Willi said a'.iev 50 feel, to a jioint or stake,
which is 210 fft. more or less, to the beginning: be
in; levied .- the i-roperty of Silas Norris. to satisfy
a .judgment rendered in favor of S. A. G. Noel, against
Silas Xorris ,v V. .-md others.
.H-HX K. EPMCNPSoN. Shcria.
ju!v21-td By E. P. Whuwokth. P. Sheriff
"Y virtue of a ven,l. ex.. Xo. 1773, to me directed.
1 ) and deliveri'd f'p'tii the 'iiouorable Circuit Court of
Hiriil-oiiroiiiiiy.Teiiiie-see.nt its Slay Term. isoO. I
will eiiseto public sale, to the highest tudder lor cash,
at the Court lioue yard, in the city of Nashville, on
Saturday, the 11th day of August. 160, all the rii:lit,
title, cl:imi, interest and estate which Silas Xorn-et als
then had or may have since acquired in and to the fol
lowing dc-crihcd Lot iff troiind, lying iu the county
aud State aforesaid, iu district Xo. 1. fronting on a
street that runs hetween and parallel with Simng and
Foster streets, in Edgefield, beginning m the Northern
verge of said street, 150 feet from J. Lumsden's South
West corner; thence, westwardly, toward Cumberland
river, along the Northern verge of said street, 50 feet,
to a stake: thence, at rhrht angles and westwardly, to
wards Foster street, 210 feet more or less, lo an ailey;
thence Eastwardly with said alley 50 feet, to a stake
or point which is 210 foet more or less, to the begin
ning: being levied on as Ihe property of Silas Norris,
to satisfy a judement rendered in favor of H. H. Ham
lier. again-t Silas Norris and Securing.
.1. K. EPMLNDS0X, Sheriff,
jury 21-td By E. D. WirrrwoBTn. DSheriiT.
BY virtue of vend. ex. No. 1740. to me directed,
and delivered from the Houorabte Circuit Court 01
luividson Omuty, Tenn.. at its May term, 160. 1 will
.exinise t publif- sale, to tbe highest bidder, for cash,
al the Court House Yard, in the city of Nashville, on
Saturday. Ihe 11th day ot August, lMjo, ail the right,
title, claim, interest and estate, which Joel A. Battle
then bad. or may have since acquired, in and to the
following described tract or parcel of laud, lying in Hie
6lh district of Davidson County, on the road running
from N'oleiisviile 10 Lavergne. containing about S00
acres, being the same tract of land on w hich Joel A.
Kittle now lives, bounded on the South by the laud of
Sarah J. liattle.on the l'jst by the lands of R. Goooh,
Ch.. Johnson, and B. Grey, on the North by the land
of W. Austin: on the Wist by the lauds of A. Bush,
Jos. Nam e, and Sarah J. Battle, with all the improve-
.,..,.,t-- I k..r.,n li.i;,ur L.iMi.,1 ,li ,o ll.l l.r.,,.rli.
of Joel A. Battle, to satisfy a judgment rendered in la-
or 01 1. 1.. ill ler. agaiusi lie: sain .oiei .1. i.uiir.
J. K. EPMUXDSOX, Sheriff.
j.ilv21-ld l'y E. 1. WiuTwoRTn, P. Sheriff.
BY virtue of vend. ex. Xo. 1S44, to me directed, and
delivered from the Honorable Circuit Court of Da
vidson County. Tennessee, at its May term, 1H60. I will
cxo.se to public sale, to the highest bidder, for cash,
at the Court House Yard, in the City of Xasbville, on
Saturday, the 11th day of August, 160, all the right,
title, claim, interest, and estate, which Louis Conway
then had. or may have since acquired, iu the following
described tract piece, or lot of land, situated iu the
county of Davidson, near the city of Xasbville. on the
Xorth side, and being one half of Xo. 153. being the
one half lying next to lot 154 in the plan of lots laid oil'
and numbered for sale by D. S. McGavock. said plan
bcin recorded ill lh Register's ollice of said county,
in Book 17, pages 60S and 609, (for moro particular de
script ion. see said Book.) being the same projierty con
veyed by McGavock to Louis Conway, and registered
in the Register's ollice, in said county, Hook Xo. 17.
page 112, being levii-d on as the property of Loui Con
way, to satisfy a judgment rendered in favor of R. M.
G. Southall, against Louis Conwav et als.
J. K. EPMCXDSOX. Sheriff.
july21-td. By E. D. WurrwoEni, D. Sheriff.
BY virtue of vend. ex. X'o. 1764, to me directed, and
delivered from tho Honorable Circuit Court of Da
vidson County, Tennessee, at its May term.lSSO. I
will expose to public, sale, to tho highest bidder, for
cash, at the Court House Yard, in the city of Xasb
ville, on Saturday, the 11th day of August. 1860. all
the right, title, claim, iuteri-st. and estate, which Silas
Norris et a!s then had. or may have since acquired, in
and to the following deserilied lot of ground, lying ill
the county of Ilavidson, State of Tennessee, district
No. 1. fronting on a street that runs between ami iar
allel with Spring and Foster streets, iu Edgefield, be
ginning in the northern verge of said street, 150 feet
lroin J. Lumsden's South-West corner, thence west
wardly towards Cutiiberliuid river and along ihe nor
thern verge of said street 50 feet, to a stake, thence at
rii:ht angles and westwardly, towards Foster street.
210 feet, more or less, to the beginning, being levied
on as the property ol 'Silas Norris. to satisfy a judg
ment rendered in favor of Grooms, ("avert . A; Co.,
against Silas Norris and W. G. L-inier.
.1. K. EDMI XPSOX, Sheriff.
july21-bt By E. P. Wiiitwortii. P. Slierifl".
BY" virtue of vend. ex. XolSul.tome directed, and
delivered from the Hnnorable Circuit Court of
Ilavidson Co., Ten . at its May term. 1S60, 1 will expose
to public sale, to the highest bidder, for rash, at the
Court Hone Yard, iu the city of Xasbville, on Satur
day, the 11th ibiy of Auitust," ISrtO, ail the right, title,
claim, interest, aud estate, which .bud A. Kittle and
W. S. Battle then had. or nay have since acquired, in
and to the following des, ribcd tract or parcel of land,
Ring in the Cth district. State aud County aforesaid.
on the road leading from N'oleiisviile to Lavergne; the
tract of land on which the said Joel A Bat lie now lives.
bounded on the South bv Hie lands ol Sarah J. Battle,
on tho East bv the lauds of Rout. Gooeh. Charles John-
sou, and B. Grey: on the North by the kinds of J. N.
Austin, on the West bv the lands of A. bush, Joseph
Xauce, and Mrs. Sarah .1. Battle. The atiove contains
about sftO acres. Iiemg levied on as the property of Joel
A. and . S Iiaitle, to satisfy a judgment rendered in
favor of Win. Moore. Agent, mainst Joel A. Battle
el al-. J. K. EDMUXPSOX. Sheriff.
july21-ld By E. D. Whitworth. D. Sheriff. '
SherifTs S tie.
BY virtue of vend. ex. Xo. 1730. to me directed, and
delivered, from the Honorable Circuit Court of Da
vidson Countv, Tennessee, at its Mav term,lS60. 1 will
expose to public sale, to the highest bidder, tor cash,
at the ourt Honao ara. in the city or Nashviile, on
Saturday, ibe 11th day of August. 160. all the right.
title, claim, interest, and estate, which Silas Norris et
als then had. or may have since acquired in and to the
billowing described lot of ground, lying in tbe State
and County aloresaid. district No. IS. ou a- street that
runs between and parallel to Spring street and Foster
street, in Edgetield. Iicginnitig in the northern verge of
said street, 150 feet Irom J. Lumsden's Soulu-Wost
corner, theuce westwardly, towards Cumberland river
and along the northern verge of said street 50 feet, to
a stake, thence at right angles and westwardly to
wards Foster street, lilO feet. more, or less, to an alloy,
lheui-e eastward' with said alley 50 fwt, to a point
or slake which is 210 feet . more or 1,-ss. to the begin
ning, In-ing levied on as the property ol Silas Xorris.
to satisfy a judgment rendered in favor of E. H. Clil
dress. against Silas Xorris.
J. K. EPMUXDSOX. Sheriff
. Iul.v21-t l ByE. P. Whitwoktu. D. Sheriff.
"IVY virtue of veud. ex. 1840, to me directed, and ile
livered from the Honorable Circuit Court of Ilavid
son County, Teuuessee, at its May term, I860, 1 w ill
expose to public sale, to the highest bidder, lor cash,
ut the Court House Yard, in the citv of Nashville, on
Saturday, the 11th day or August, 1-S60, all the right,
titie, claim, interest, and estate, which Silas Norris tt
als then had, or may have since acquired, in aud to the
following deserilied lot or piece ot laud, situated on
Wetmore street, in Edgefield, and hounded as follows,
viz: beginning in the North verge of Wet more street,
150 b-et from J. Lumsden's South-West corner; thence
westwardly towards Cumberland river, aloug ihe Xorth
verge of said street, to a stake; thence, at right an
gles northwardly with said alley 50 feel, to a point or
stake which, is 290 feet from J. Lumsdeu'svlino; thence
at right angles aud southwardly 210 feet, nlore or less,
to the beginning: being levied on as Uie property tif
Silas Norris, to satisfy a judgment rendered in favor of
J. B. & A. B. Rutland, aeainst Silas Xorrts'c-t als.
J. K. EDMlN"DSOX Sheriff.
ju!y21-M By E. D. Whttwobtb, P. Sheriff.
Y virtue of veud. ex. No. 1S31. to me directed, and
delivered from the Huuorable Circuit Court of
Davidson County, Tennessee, at its May term, 1S60, I
Wul eXJIOSe to fHloia; saic, iu i lie ui;uesb vtuuer, nil
cash, at tbe Conn-bouse Yard, in the City of Xasb
ville. on Saturday the 11th day of August, 1S60, all
the right, title, claim, iuterest aud estate, which W. Ap
pleton then had. or may hare since acquired in and to
the following described property, a certain piece or
jxu-r-el of ljuid in district No. 20 in Ilavidson County,
Tennessee, beginning at a stake in the boundary Hue
between S. C. Bowers at the upper end of the new
plank fence 4 pol to the East of the Springfield Turn
t.ike Road, theuce with Bowers line South 73 degrees.
West 38 poles to an Elm stump, Bowels corner itt.Lou
tous line, thence with his liue South 30 degrees, list
28 poles to a hickory, Bowels k Loutona corner,
theuce South 24 degrees with Lotitous line, 2S poles to
a lieeeh, Loutons corner thence with his line East. 80
pole to an Eim Brvnes corner; thence South 19 de
grees, West 8S decrees. East 20,'i poles to a stake in tbe
Turnjiike Road, thence North IS degrees. West with a
plank fence on ihe right side of the road, 59 poles to
the beginning, containing 22 i acres according lo esti
mated deed. Registered iu tlie Registers office of David
son County, in Book No. 22, page 43 aud 44; being lev
ied on as the properly of Wilson Appleton. to satisfy a
judgment reudered iu favor of J. E. Ferry against Wil
J. K- EDMTNDSON, Sheriff.
Ju!y2)id By . P. WKTWtHOB, D. fcasnA
TY virtue of vend. ex. No. 1980, to be directed, and
J- delivered from the Honorable Circuit Court of
Davidson County, Tennessee, at its May term, 1860, I
will expose to jhiMic sale, to the highest bidder, for
cash, al the Court-house Yard, in the City of Xash
vile. on Saturday, the 11th slay of August, 1860, all
the right, title, ciaim, interest and estate, which Win
IL McXairy then had. or may have since acquired in
and to the'foilowing described tract or parcel of land
iu David sou County, in Tennessee, known and dis
criled as lot Xo. 30. in the plan of division of N. A.
McNairy7s -stale. which said pian is of record in the
Chancery Court of Nashville, in Minute Book, E. pages
564 and 565 to which reference is here made containing
twenty-one and 144 pole; being levied on as theprop
erty of Wm. H. McXairy, to satisfy a judgment ren
dered in favor of A. J. Cxle against Wm. H. McXairy
J. K. EPMUXDSOX, Sheriff,
july 21-td By E. P. Whitworth, P. Sheriff.
BY virtue of a vend. ex. No. 2015, to me directed,
and delivered from the Honorable Circuit Court ot
Davidson County, Tennessee, at its May term, 1860,1
will exiiose 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, I860, all
the right, title, claim, interest and estate, which A. S.
Waggoner then had, or may hare since acquired in
and to the following described property to wit: a tract
or land situated in Davidson County," Tennessee, and
bounded as follows: on the East by Abraham Wag
goner, on tbe North by S. Waggoner, on the Wist by
the liuid or Mrs. Ford, on the South by the lands of
James Pugh and others, it being the lands rpon which
Littleton Perry now lives: being levied an as the
property of A. L. Waggiwer to satisfy a judgment ren
dered hi favor of P. A. Ohrtwright against A. L. Wag
gooer. J. K. ED.MXUDSOX. Sheriff,
july 21-td By E. P. Whitworth, P. Sheriff.
Y virtue of vend. Ex. X'o. 1999. to me directed, and
delivered from the Honorable Circuit Court of
Davidson County, Tennessee, at its May term, ISOO, I
w ill expose to public sale, to the highest bidder, for
cash, at the Court-house Yard, in the City of Xash
ville, ou Saturday, the 11th day of August, 1S60, ail
the right, title, claim, interest and estate, which A.
Greer then had, or may have sine acquired in and to
tho following described tract of laud iu Davidson
County, district No. 2, bounded as follows: on the
Eist by Stones river, on the South by the lands of
Thomas Fuqua. Jr., on the West by the lands of Geo
A. Brown and John F. Lee. on tlie North by the lauds
of John F. Ijee and Ira P. Hurt, containing about 45
acre?: Iieing levied on as the property of A. Greer to
sal isiy a judgment rendered ill favor of Moss & Hub
bard against A. Greer.
J. K EPMCXDSOX, Sheriff,
july21-td ByE. P. Wurrwoni, P. Sheriff.
TY virtue of a vend. ex. 1832, to me directed, and
delivered from tbe Honorable Circuit Court of
Davidson County, Tenuessee, at its May term. 1860,
I will expose to public sale, to the highest bidder, lor
cash, at the Court-house Yard, in the City nf Nash
ville, ou Saturday, the lllh day of August", 1S60. all
the right, title, ciaim, interest and estate, which G.
W. Lester and W. W. Ferry then had, or may have
since acquired iu and to the following deserilied prop
erty, one lot of ground situated in South Nashville,
Davidson County , Tennessee, commencing at the inter
section of Mallory and College Street, running East
140 feet, thence North 62 fi-et, thence West 135 feet to
College street, thence South 32 feet to the beginning,
Registered in tbe Registers otlice at Nashville. Tennes
see, in Book 28, page 615; beiug levied on as the prop
erty of W. H. Perry to satisfy a .judgment rendered in
favor of Isaac Paul against G. W. ixster and W. W.
I'errr. J.K. EDMUXliSOX. Sheriff,
july 21-td By E. P. Whitwokth. D. Sheriff.
Sheii CPs Sale.
BY virtue of a vend, ex., X'o. 1778, to me directed,
and delivered from the Honorable Circuit Court of
Davidson county. Tenuessee. at its May Term, 1860, I
will exjiose to public sale, to the highest bidder for cash,
at the Court-house yard, in the city of Nashville, ou
Saturday, the 11th slay of August, I860, all the right,
title, claim interest and estate, which Silas Xorris et
als, then had, or may have since acquired in aud to the
follow ing described Lot of ground, lying in the State
aud county aforesaid, in District No. 18. fronting on a
street in Edgefield, beginning in the Northern verge of
said street, 150 feet from J. Lumsden's South-west cor
ner, theuce westwardly Uiwards Cumberland river, and
along the Northern verge of said streel 50 leet to a slake,
thence at right angles and westwardly towards Foster
street 210 feet more or less to an ailey, thence east
wardly w ith said alley to a loiiit or stake which is 210
feet more or li-ss to the beginning; being levied ou as
the property of Silas Norris to satisfy a judgment ren
dered in favor of H II. Haninor against Silas Norris et
als. J. K. EP.MUXPSOX, Slierifl.
july20-td By E. P. Wiiitwortii, P. Shuriff.
BY virtue of vend. ex. X'o. 2014, to me directed, aud
delivered from the Honorable Circuit Court of Da
vidson County, Tennessee, al its May term, I860, I
will excise til public sale, to the hlghcut bidder, for
cash, at the Court House Yard, iu the city of Nash
ville, on Saturday, the 11th day of August, 1860, all
the right, title, claim, interest, aud estate, which A.
Greer aud John Greer then had, or may hare since ac
quired, in and to the following described projierty: one
tract of land lying in district Xo. 2, Davidson County,
Tennessee. and bounded as follows, viz: East by Stone's
river. South by Thus Fuqua, West by J. M. Lee and
S. A. Brown, North by J. T. Lee aud J. 1. Hurt, con
taining 45 acres, Iieing levied ou 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. EDMUXDSOX, Sheriff.
jtily21-td By E. D. Whitworth, D. Sheriff.
BY virtue of vend. ex. Xo. 1807, to mo directed, aud
delivered from the Honorable Circuit Court of Pa
vidsou County, Tennessee, at its May term, 1860,1
will exHse to public sale, to the highest bidder, for
cash, at the Court House Y'aid, iu the city of Nashville,
on Saturdaay, the 11th day of August, 1860, all the
right, title, claim, iuterest and estate, which Lewis
Carroway and Jerry Stodard then had, or may have
since acquired, in aud to tlie following described tract,
piece, or lot of land, situati-d in the State and County
aforesaid, near the city of Nashville, ou the North side,
and being one half of lot 133. beiug the one hall lying
next to lot 150, in the plan of lots laid off and num
bered for sale by Dr. McGavock, said plan being re
corded in the Register's ollice of said County, in Book
No. 10, pages 60S and 609, (for more particular descrip
tion, see said Book.) being the same projierty conveyed
by said McGavork to Lewis Corroway, and registered
in the Register's otlice of said County. Book 19, page
112, being levied on as the property of Lewis Carro
way et als, to satisfy a judgment rendered in favor of
li. H. McGavock. against Lewis Carrowav et aLs.
J. K. EPMCXDSOX. Sheriff.
july21-td By E. 1). Whitworth, D. Sheriff.
1)Y virtue of vemL ex. Xo. 1845. to me directed, and
delivered from the Honorable Circuit Court of Da
vidson County. Tennessee, at its May term, I860, 1 w ill
expose to public sale, to the highest bidder, for cash,
al the Court House Yard, in tho city of Xasbville, on
Saturday, the llih day of August, l"S60, all the right,
title, claim, interest, and estate, Which Silas Norris
then had. or mar have since acquired, in and to the
loliowmg described Jirojierty, viz: lying iu Dariilson
County. Tennessee, district No. IS, fronting a street
that runs between and parallel with Sjirtng and Foster
streets, in Edgeheld. lying in the northern verge of
said street, 150 feet fronting J. Lumsden's South-West
corner; theuce westwardly towards Cumberland rirer,
and along the northern rerge of said street 60 feet, to
a stake; thence at right angles westwardly towards
Foster street 210 feet, more or less, to an alley; thence
eastwardly with said alley 50 fwt, to a point or stake
w hich is 210 feet, more or less, to the beginning: being
levied on as the jiroperty of Silas NorriF, to satisfy jt
judgment rendered in favor of G. P. Smith, against
Silas Norris aud H. S. Feach
J. K. roMCXPPON, Sheriff.
ju!y21-t.l Br E. P. Whitworth, D. Sheriff.
1. N. SPFRKT.
J. N. & H. SPERRY
Commission, Iceiving and ForwnrdinJ
' AXD DEALERS IX
Pure Uines aud Brandies.
Also-Domestic Liquors, Tobacco, Cigars, kt
No. 53 Market street, Gordon's Block,
HAVIXG associated ourselves together for tbe
' the purpose ol transacting a General Grocery,
Commission aud Receiving and Forwarding Business
we feel assured , from a long experience in this busi
ness, that we can give satisfaction toall who may fa
vor us with their patronage. Il is our intention to
keep constantly in store a well assorted stock of Gro
ceries, Wines and Liquors, and our determ-naticn to
sell them as cheap as ihey can be bought elsewhere.
J. X. k 11. SFEKRY.
Wo are now receiving a largeand complete assort
menl of Groceries, Wines, Liquors, CigTS and To
bacco.to which we invite your attention. Our slock
consists in part of the following articles :
Sugar and Cofleev
50 hhds. Sugar; 10 boxes Boston Loaf;
lad bbls pow. k crush do; SO bbls Molasses;
60 do Coilee Sugar, 150 bags Baltimore Coffee.
IVlnes atid Liquors.
BOO bbls rectified Whisky ; 50 do Xewsom's do:
v 50 do Kobiusonco. do; liO pkgs Brandy , Wine ,Gin
600 boxes Star Candlns; 200 pkgsFaisins;
COO kegs XaiU; 100 box Pickles ft Catsup;
luO boxes Cheese; 60 do Oysters;
6o0 gross Matches; 100 boxes Tacks;
100 do Mason's Blacking ;:00 reams Wrap. Paper;
50 boxes Garrett's Snud; 100 da Letter Paper;
50 reels Cotton Rope ; 100 bags Shot; '
150 doz Fainted Buckets; 2 kegs Bar Lead;
50 nests do Tubs; 100 kits Mackerel Fish ;
50 dos Wash Boarcs; 60 bags Popper & Soico
50 coils grass 4 Jute Rope 100 boxes Ground Giogei
501) Boxen Glassware; and Pepper.
600 drums Smyrna Figs;
CIsnrs and Tobacco, - -
60,000 nnry Clay Cgars;
60,000 Nap leon do;'
2,500 La Competition Cigars, Imported;
15. w German Cigars, various brands;
100 Gross Smoking Tobacco;
SO Boxes Langnorn Armistead Tobac o;
5 uo "J. A. Clay - , do
26 'do E. D. Whit " " do; .
60 do Tennessee Tobacco, various D rands;
And many other articles too numerous to- mentioc
J. N. H. gPERRY,
nurl9-tf . 63 Market St., NashTUi,Tna
Capital 31 00,000! ALL PAID IX.
OFFICE At Xo. 30, Corner ol CedarStrect aud the
I Lblic. Sq'iare,
T TTHJ-take nsksagjiinst Lossordun,
T T agebyFireoo Buildings, Goods,
WaresandMerubaiiizegeueraliy . Also, 'iJsgJ
on Shipments agaiust loss or dai.iare by -Seas
and Rivers, to and from all points. - " - - .
ALS- Riskrou Negroes against the dangersof
the River. I
axthoxy w. vax leer,
W. T. BERRY,,"
JOHX H. EW1X,
R. C. JlcXAHtY,
t H EVA No
ALEXANDER FALL President
JAKES WALKER, Secretary. augl8
Just received by Expretsand for sale by K. HAGAN.
Letters of Alexauder Von Uumbolt, with a Steel
Portrait, translated from the two German editions by
ET Fnridas, by the author of Lamplighter.
Rutledge a Xovel.
Aboriginal America, by Jacob Abbott. ;
Dow Short, Patent Sermons by Tow, Jr., complete
Jnst received and for sale by
41 College st.
Panoramic Painting tar Sale
A first-rate oprortnnity for Investment.
BUXYM'S PILGRIMS PROGRESS
THE celebrated and magnificent Panorama of
Bcxvan'8 Pilgrim's 1 kocklsj i? flared f r sale.
This paiutii.g has been before the pub.icof ih?s Coun
try lor several years, having been exruDiled in the
principal cities in the country , and elicited the un
qualified admiration of the Pi ess and people. It Is
in good order, witi all necessary fixtures, ready
boxed for shipment. For terms fce, kc , ajiply in
personor by letter to J. B. Crauihkau, or t '
A. B. CAHf At CO.,
junel9-tf Xasbville, TenD.
,L uisvil'e Courier and Cincinnati ComnirretaZ
copy 3 times aud seud bill to thisotbce.
CAYCE'S SlLPillR SPKLXGS.
THE undersigned respectfully inform his old
friends and the public generally thai the abore
watering place will be opened for the reception o
visitors ou tho 1st day ot June.
Hebasa large Dancing Room, Ten Pin Alley, Ac.
for tbe amusemeut ot hn visitors. These sptings
have as Due meuici.ial qualities as any in tbe -state.
All who are afflicted with Dy.-pejisia, Bowel Diseases,
Headache, Ace, would do well to give them a trial.
He has Sulphur, Coaly beate ind If ree feline waters
all ol the very best kiud. Tbe Springs are situated
iu a pleasant lieallby locality, 10 miles s-outh ol
franklin and 3 miles west ol Thompson's Station.
He wouid say to all who may favor bun With a visit
that no pains will be spared b make ita pleasant one.
Board perweek, : : : : : : $5 00
do. " day. : : : : : : 1 -J5
Single meal, ::::::: 60
Children uuuer 11 yearsand servants half price.
iveepiug nurse per weeK, : ; ; : 3 fit!
All exta trouble extra charge.
aTne hack will meet t ie cars at Thoaip-on Sta
lion on Mandays, Wednesday s and FriUHj-B, in the
inoruiLg, aud Tuesdays, 'Ihursaays and Saturdays
iu the evening. WM. CAYCE.
i'or the Hard Times.
JCST reccired,by express, two hundred Louisi
ana Atlakapaa pair of Pants gooes that were
never kuowu to wear out at S3 Cash.
june23-2w Public Square.
Banner and Cn ion and American copy one week
aud charge this olhce.
THE copartnership heretofore existing between
the undersigned, under the style of Fowler and
KirkPatrick, is this day dissolved by mutual con
sent A.W. Fowler retiring. The business will in
future be conducted by S. Eirkpatrick, whoaloueis
authorized totettle tlie business ol the old firm.
a. w. fowler,
apr30 S. KIRKPATRICK.
THE undersigned having retired from the firm of
Fowler & Kirkiat rick, having sold out uis en
tire interest therein to S. Kirkputrick, respectfully
tenders his thanks to the customers of tbe tirin for
their jiatronage, and Be'.'c'ts a continuation ot said
jiatrouage to bis succo
aj)r3D-am ... A. W. FOWLER.
ST. NICHOLAS HOTEL
Broadway, New York.
1 "17 HEX completed six years ago the St. Nicholas
VV was universally prououueed the most magnifi
cent, con venienl aud thoroughly o gauized estab
lishment ot the kind on this continent, tt hat it was
then it remains to-day without a rival in size, in
8umpluousnesE, and in the general elements ol com
fort and enjoyment. The Hotel has accommodations
tor 1000 guests, including 100 complete suites ol
apartments for families. Six huudred persons can
be cnmiortabty seated at the tables of its three pub
lic dining rooms, and nothing that modern art has
devised tor the couvenieuce aud social gratification
of the traveling public has been omitted in its pUa,
or is neglected iu its practical details. The early rej
ulalion ol the house at home and abroad, derived
from its magnitude, its superb appointment', and itf
bome-iike romforis and luxuries, has been enhancer
every year by the unwearied exertions ol the propii.
tors TREAD WELL, WHITCOMB k CO
S I CI "X
62 Union J treet, NASHVILLE,
(BetweenCherry and Summer -Ureets.) j
jy Orders, rotn tbe country promptly attendedtc
May 27 1
FRANK J.ESLIE'3 MOXTHLY, for June;
KNICKERBOCKER MAGAZINE, for June;
ECLECTIC MA JAZIXE, Tor June;
Just received by F. HaGAX,
may29-tf cgib Colli ge street.
Reynold's IV ew Work.
The Countess and the Page , by O.W. M. Reynolds.
author of Mysterieis of Ixindon, ftc, c. . ;
Just received by JOHN YORK k CO.
JuneO-tf ' j
If the Grave Could Speak
WE should learn that one half of tbe children
born die before tbey are five years old. Give
nostronz medicines to children, but at once resort
to the Grsetenberg
The most valuable medicine for young children that
bis ever oceu invented.
The Health Bitter?,
Fo 25 cents, will make half a gallon of the best
Stomach Bitters kuown Invaluable fur weak consti
! tious, dyspejitic habits, billiousuisorders derange
mint or the stomach and bowels. Every tao.il
woul t use them at the present change of ttc season'
airi4-tr mackexzie & mixchlx .
La ree Sale or Tboroajh ISred rrot
tlusr and other Uoraest at 11'oodbnrn
farm, n'- ,
OX Wednesday, tho 22d day of August next, I
will sell it Public Sale, between fifty and sixty
bead of Thorough bred and Trotting and other
Horses, consisting of about fifteen tuorough bred
brood mares, tbe same number of trotting mares,
and tuo haUuce young stock of both sorts. .
Catalogues of stocK ready for distribution, one
moeth previous to day of sale, aud may be bad on
application lo Dr.D. Swigart, or the subscriber,
. R. AITOHESON ALEXANDER.
Woodburn Farm la new Spring Station, on Lex
ington and Frankiort Railroad. June30-t2us.
The BarthoiT Sewing Machine
:' IS sold on six monrhs' time, fully warranted.
Xo ,25, College street, opposite aewanee House. ,
aprillT . - ,. .'
For Plain Moekinj and Fancy; Knittins,
ALSO .. ,. ; ... .7
Marhines for Knitting Drawers, Shirts, ie.f
OF ALL SIZES.
Bib Macteneiofi &L, 2 &1, 2 ft 2 and 3 ft 2 Bib,
OS ElIDilD MAD I TO ORDER. ,
rjlHESE Machines use the-plain English Spring
ii new prmcipie, ana are uta enean-
e fit inH moct ..niil . .. 1. : .. i. . . . , ,
tw U..VU1UCD iur aiiuuiig in uud.
The GoflTee Patent Family Knitting Machines' or
-' Mmu(wn we, m a new uu iocamui
feature in the useful inventions of the age, and ranks
Kiunucmniiig macnine. '
, AGKSCT A3TD BAUSvJlOoJL
KO.I577 BB0ADWAT, KW TOBK,"
JtUfUto HEXRY C. JK, Ag.uiT
ffinsic, pianos, &r
New Steinwav Piano
iHAt IiieWs lusic Store,
Xo, 45 Union street.
rpHIS Instrument iswarranted new
l ana notsixty uays troui lueuian-
UiaC LO r V , US Kill uc M-i-d uu va.uuiu- i f flf .
tion. 1 wiil ro:1 al mnnnfaclurer'3 v J
price, without additional charge lor freight. Tho
in want of a i'irmo will Had it to tneir interest
call aud ezamino it bo.forc purchasing.
na17-tf Mnsio Dealer. 4a I'oi
T A. McCLURE has for sale
tJ Piano Fortes from celel
lebrated -.Z i.. ifgl
makers, Steinwav &Soi;s, A.
& Co..Hazelton Bros.. Peters, Crapg
i Co. , aud others, , consisting of 6 and 0,1," and 7i
Octaves, and rangingin price from $100 to $000, all
warrented in every resect. Persons jiurchasiug
from him will soTjiay from $25 to $75 more than il
Ihey gave an order to a PKOLARfor an instrument
luallhey neither see nor hear until itis put up in
their pailor . Wbernt is sometimes very bardtolind
an Iuslrutueultbat pleases iu every particular wbeu
you have a dozen or more to select from, is it at all
Lkcly you would be pleased in buying by order
Also IB store the largest Stock of Sheet Music Books,
aud small Music Instruments ever offered In the
Market, and "U be sold lower than by any
other hoi'scinlheCity. Ccmcto33 Union streetand
be convinced. J. A. JIcCLCRE.
THE Cojiartnersliip heretofore existing under the
ttyle of i dwarus, tiilkeson a: Co., is th s day
distiKe l by nutual conseut. J. K. t.il.Cson retir
i.ig from tbe urm.
Julv lo, lSdrt. JO. EDWARDS,
J. K. GILKhSO.V,
k, 1'. 1D. AKL'S.
F. B. HARMS.
E. P. EDWARDS.
-EDWARDS, IlAiiRIS & 10.,
(srCTESSOi-J TO 1-DWAkDS, GILKEIS-ON & CO.)
WI.L CoXTIXCc; THE
FORWARDLXG AXl) C01I11IS.SI0. TUSIXESS
At Vie old stand, corner nf College and Cliurch tlx.
Flags! Flags! Flags!
AXD PECVRAT10X5 of a kinds, and Bizes for
Fourtn ot" Juiy, political and other celebrations.
LCCK. 4 j Cuiou Etieet is now prepared to furuish
th a Jove in any qjan v , wholesale aud retail. Al.
w. Fireworks of all ki .. s. Ordeis d stance
jirompuy auenuo.i to. JOHX LCCK.
IVegro Mau for Sale.
I AM ollering, at a bargain , an A Xo. 1 Xegro Man
for sale, aged 16 years. Be has bad cousideia
bie experience on a f-rui, and t-ku g care ot stock;
is perfectly honest aud every way a reliable boy.
Call soon if you want a bargain.
junc!9-tf Cedar streeL
The Unprecedented Success
Which has of late attended' thf nse of
1a. T. SWiiKT'S
INDUCES us to call tbe attention of all those afflict
. ed with i ilea to it. It is being tested daily with
tho most beueueiul etlccls. It is the only prepira
tion that can be lelied bn lor a jieimanent aud spee
dy cure It yen are alUKtea try iiat once and be
carelul to use no other medicine iu connection with
it. It is compounded under the supervision of L. N.
SWEET who will retu, n the money if no cure pro
ceeds from its use.
For salo at Demoville's and DcGrove's, and
by other Druggists. junelo-tf
TOT wishineto carr over any portion of onr
.LJlJIliIt S I Ol'K, we have tins day
REDUCED TIIE PUICES
of every ng in
Regardless of Cost.
3" Persons not yet supplied vrill do well to ex
anrne them, as we are dctcimined to CI t'SE THEM
ocr. r. c. McXairy & co.
3 J MILES FROM SUAWSVILLK DErOT,
Montgomery County, Va.
THE PROPRIETORS having purchased this W
TERIVG PLACE in October last, have thorough
ly repaired and furnished ii with etiiiret) n-w lur
nilure of the bctt ciass. and will open it lor the re
ception ol Visitors OX l'HK 15TH DAV UF JtNE
11 ving increased accouimodations, aud male lib.
eral arrangements lor tbe comfort of til -ir gue-ta,
tbry flalb-r tneuiselves l ial but few (if any) Water
ing Places w II afford the sa ne attractions as this
It is situatd n the countv of Montgomery, 3 1
miles r.om SHA WSVILLE DEPOT, (Va.and lenu.
K.R.) on the banks ol ihe Roanoke ri v er,aud is sur
round d by some of tbe most beautiful and alt. ac
tive scenery to be found am. nit tbe Mountains of
Virginia The Water has acquired such a reputation
iu It o last few years, that il is unnecessary to say
anything in commendation 1 1 it. It is now consid
er' d a specific for the worst forms of Dyspepsia, a d
a remeu lor all Cutaneous Diseases, dis rder . con
ditions oi the fetooi cb, Bowe's and Liver, and lor
irostration of ti.e nervous system, ne might ap
pend a uumber of certificate lrm Physicians and
ofiere acquainted w th its merits, and tj these migut
be added ad infinitum.
Passengers ul be met at Shawsvillo by Four-
Horse OiuniDusies, to convey them over new road
to the Springs. Persons leaving Baltimore, Wash
inston, Riot mond and Petersburg in the moruing,
atriva ut tbe Sprit gs tbe same oay : tbo. e irom toe
South will find the same ouveyaoce ou U.e arrival
of each train.
Junel4-Jlm BOOTH, COLH0CN CO.
An Invoice of Meerschaum Pipes.
JCST received a fine assortment of Fancy and
nam M erschaum Pipes, wit a Amber. Jesmiue.
and Cnlna sujins, wlip h will be ol I cheap at pri
vate caie oy . nnJ. . MlltLiUS w CO.,
junel5-tf Central Auction Rooms.
WANT TO HIRE.
rTMR the balance of tbe year, a servant lo do the
a.' cooKiaganl wasnmgfor a small family An.
ply at thi office.
Canary Cages !
JUST received, 200 assorted Canary Bird Cages if
all styles, colors and prices, some as handsonu
as ever brought to this market. For sale low by
febg-tl J. W. wil.SiiX
Entire Stock. Under Attach
T)EXJ. F. SHIELDS k CO., will proceed to sell at
'J the Store, No. 1ft Public Square, next door to W
H. Calhoun's Jewelry Store, on account of W. C.
Show, CD. C.,commcnciug oa Thursday morning,
July 6th, at 10 o'clock, the entire contents ot the
Store, Xo. 15 Public Square, with counters, Shelving,
Oil Cloths and Fixtures. Tbe stock consists of Em
broideries, laces, Ribbons, a large stock cf Sil
Trimmings, Ladles' and Children 's F urnishing Goous,
with y never ending variety not to be euu mora
ted. Ladies are invited, and also dealers, wno will
dud it to their interest to attend. Tbe Store is for
Kent. BBXJ. F. SHIELDS k CO.
)uneS5-td " .
Notice to Stockholders!
NavUUle and Chattanoos Railroad.
IVasIiTille, June 28th, 1860.
IX pursuance of a resolution passed by t le Stock
boi decs of tbe NASHVILLE AND CHATTANOOGA
mil DiunAiypiKf on the 4th div of HMmhnr
ast, the Stockholier In said company will be car
e d free of charge over the Road on uie 3d, 4th and
a amy S Ul tfui,. moil iiichuio, vj csuiuiuub
eir certificates of stock: to the lonuuctor.
JuneSO-td. . E.CoLE,Supt
. Extra Familj Flonri
FLf BARRELS Extra Family Flour, manuractar
IwU ed from choice White Wheat, to arrive to
lay, and for sale by '
marl5-tf MIZELL, HOOPER k CO.
Ltadics" Uouu t Boxes.
JCST received a large assortment of Ladles' Bon
net B xea, single and aeuble topt and trays.
Also. Ladies' Sat jheb. and Travh"g Bigf , which
I offer very cheap for cash,
J0H RAVAGE, :
rone2S-f . (i2 CoOef street. ,
m. c. broce, r'
Auction & Commission ilcrchact,
Corner Cedar and Cherrr sts..
RESPECTFCLLY solicltsconslgnmentco rUerchan
diseofallclasseB. Satisfaclioa eiven to consign
ees and purchasers as nearly as possible. Consigu
eesof goods to this laarketwill nod my auction ro nip
welliiiied up, and the goods will be sold without-
lay and the money paid over forthwith.
S.tt. Xo goods bocgbtorsoldon my ownaecoknt.
Charges reasonable aud liberal advances made on
W. A. JOUASOX & CO.,
27.". CAKOXDEI S TREET 27
R. r. kevi.vs.
KIKKPATKIUIw & CO.,
C0313IISMON 5; FORWARDiXG SERCflA.TS,
No, 27 N rciiKX yiaiiET,
(Between M.igailue and Camp,)
-' At'trouLEA't'S, LA,
J. 0. ITeakiut,
52 Second Street. Cincinnati, Ohi J.
KEEP A FCLL aCPPLY F
Warp on iieam, assorted colors
Wire Heddle8 and Frames,
Steel Heeds and Pickers,
Lacing and Picker Leather,
Hand Cards, Tenter Hooks,
Comb Plate, &c &c.
A'-So, A FCLL ASS0RTUEXT OF
Log Wood. Sumac,
Cam. Wood, &c, &c, &c.
Inion k Acifrifan Clock, Cherry st.,
RE just iu receipt of their SL' MFit STCCK
Fine Wiuts and Braudits;
Stolch Air and London rter;
Lis'jt Wines' for, Suu.mer nse;
Frrnrh Coitlials and Syrnps;
Hermetically r-aled Goods of every description;
English and French Fruits, Fickles, Pauces aud
Extra Fine Green aud B lack Teas; St. Louis Crack
ers, Olive 0il,S. C. Hams, Dried Beef, Beef Tougues,
olives, Cassiu, Tamarinds, French Xougat, Isiuglas ,
Gellatine, Preserves, Cracknel Biscuits, Cheese, Fan
cy Toil, t Soaps, Ax.
We keep constantly on bana ev ry thing pertaining
t3 tho supply of Families.
XC. II. S.OWDE. & CO.
Ambrot ypes and Melaneot sues,
'rnE cheapest and the best, are made at the Ar
J. Gallery, corner or College and L'uion streets
Daguereoptype Picture ef deceased persons can her
becoppied and thrown up to the Life Size I'ortraie
Please call aud see specimens.
C. C. HUGHES,
Principle and sole proprietor of the Melaneotype
right in Xasbville. - novil-tf
Orders Can be left in Box 94, P. 0.
dec7-tf S. J. AGXKW.
MORE XEGIiOES IX A CASE !
ANOTHER LOT OF THOSE FINE.
amng which may be found every SHaDK of the
A verv large assortment of
to wholesale, at 44 Tuion Street.
apr2i-tr J. W. LANG LEY.
De Forest, Armstrong & lo,
80 & 82 CHAMBERS ST., NEW 1 OSS,
OC I 11 notify tbe Trade that they are opening
Weekly, in new and Deautuut patterns,
THE WAJISUTTA PItliVTS,
A New Print, which excels every Print in the Conn
try for perfection of tXfCulion and design iu full
Miioder Colors. Our Prints are cheaper tl-an any in
the market and meeting wnh extensive sale,
orders promptly attended to
TO 3IILLE11S, DJSTiLLLIlM, Ac.
THECXDERS1GXED LS X0W SELLIXG OCT ALL THE
Tubs, Boilers, Pipes, Machine
ry, Fixtures, &c,
Belonging to the Distillery and Flouring Hill, known
At Xashrllle ; parts or parcels of the same will be
sold to suit purchasers
AT TEHT WJCCEL PttlC'ES.
Persons desiring to purchase are referred to
turner S. Foster, Esq ., or Jmes Corbett, at ash
villo,Tenn. THtW.J FOSTER.
T1IK M. CLOID II 0 TEL,
Enlarged and Ilefurnialied.
TH undersigned having taken the 8T. CLOUD
HOTEL, bag enlaiged it materially, end re fur
mshed it thorougbout iu the most el. gant nvle.will
open the house to ine puonc on Tuursuay the bin
iust. SAMUEL J. CARTER, r
FOR S .A.Xj OB .
A COUKTRY IlESIDENCE
Well ImproFed & rcry Valuable,
TWO and a half miles from Xashrille on
ihA IfnrfrMfihnhil 1 n.....)-. o
dwelling is 01 Brick, hnni inHnniu. .i.i.
n rl v,rv r i rn m n,i m.. a . . n
- J m , vuumuiiu 0 IUUIUB .
oi gowu siic, oesiuea naus, antechambers, china clos
et, store room and cellar, and situated In
1 Beantifnl Crove of Forest Trees.
The kitchen .wash room and meat house ire also
of brick with ail necessary out buildings, anu a
1 Le place contains thirty-two acres of excellent
land, or which twelve are in HEAVY TIuPEK.
No bridge or railroad to pass, and the toll gate will
soon be move I beyond.
ALaO adjoining tbe above, several beantifnl
Building Lots, containing from six to thirty acres
one of seventeen .cres, heavily timbered. -
These lands are well adapted to gardening being
near tbe oay and of free soil, clear ol rock. Posses
Bio a given at any time.
For terms aup.y to the undersigned on the premi
ses, or at 33 College street.
june2S-dtf . A. H. FORD. .
For Sale. .
HERRING'S SAFES, Urge sire, will be sold very
low to close aco nsign stent. .
J. W.- WILSON.
A New Snpplj of Ohio Role BnUer.
1 fQ I? POUNDS of Fresh Bntterjuatreseiwe pe
v ciiimui, uu iur ut. Df
KEN J. X. SHIELDS a CO
,.nr-U Ko. 27 College strte
RATES OP ADVERTISING
(TS3 LINKS OK IBS TO OnrtTCTS A SQXAM.)
One Square 1 day $1 00 eacbad'aUaserl'. M
" 1 week, 3 00 uichad" lsquarw M
" 2 " 4 M " 44
" " lmontbO 00 " ' 0
j 4 oo ' ' 4 0
' 3 " 12 00 r '
''. 18 00 I
12 - 24 00 "
rknewablb at pi r!rxg.
Onesquare ,t eyear,S0 eae t additiona !so,nar $10
Written notice must be given to take outnd stop
adverti sementsyearly advertisers belbretheyear
expires. otherwise weshallcharget. 'done.
Xocontract orrearl vad vertisemti . ,edoo
tinned withont rreviouf notice tous.Borwillany charge
oe maaeror less than one year at he yearly rates.
From VTSCHER,OWEX k CO., General AdrerUaltig
House rAppleton Buikling ,34 Broadway
LIGHT! LIGHT!! LIGHT!!
Kerosene, Camphene, Flnid, and Oil and
t vaKiorsSTTLSsaSD rtxrss.
xim to ouiiioi
CHCRCHES, COLLEGES, AXD JrCBUC BCTLDLNa
jso. 132 w uiiamstreettear Fulton, New-Tork,
,d Winter Arf4j
v. a. mail,
P -A. a Jx T s.
IN CONNECTION WITH THFT
Xashrille and Cfcattanooga R, R
Tennessee and Alabanm Railroad,
Louisville & -Nashville Railroad
'l-'iaEtollowing splendid steamers comprise
X line,ndleaveNas!rrtlledallyforSt Louis Lenta
,leans!'Ull"nd ' Pb'C, MtSipl
Steamer MIXXET0X A ,
lMsttiEU, Master, j,
LeavesXasbviiieevery ilrn Hm llit'N '
day at 12 o'clock, M. 2'
Steamer C. E. HILLMAK.
day at 4 o'clock, P. U.
Steamer ST CLOCD. .
Sms, Master, m
' - ' '"ir vu II HIOCI
ysat 12 o'clock, M. t
Steame r M I XXETOntt a
&ASMEIJ., Master, A uiim i.
LeavesNashviiieevery Thurs- ap r'"1' L,"l
oay atl2o'clock,M. !Tfep
Steamer B. M. RCXYAS,
""-J-xa, Master, .
Leaves Nashville on Fridays
at 4 o'clock, P M. .
. sins, Master,
Leaves Xash villeevery Satur
day at 12 o'clock, M. ,
These steamers connectat Paducah with the Mo
and Ohio Kailroad, at Cairo with the Illinois Centre.
Railroad, and at St. Lonis with the Missounandappe
Missujsipp i River Packets.aud areequal loan v stoaa
ersatloat forsafety ,speed and comfort.
aug8-tf. A. HA VILTOX, Agent
1 V..l. T , .
BOYLE & CO..
No. 59 Second Street,
Foreign Liquors Sc. Wines, Distillery
iiuuiiiireri or Urmndles
Wines, Cordials, Bitters, h.r!
constantly on hand various grades or pare Boar
pie Brandy; slso, Itaratarla and TVe w
EnglandHom, 4e. Sole manufacturers of
Agenufor Fred. Goole's Japan eseBitters.
New Fork Pianos.
T. II. CHAMBERS'"
Established In 11828. 1
(Formerly Dubois k Sto tart, and DnboU.Bacoa
tVareroomi In the "Bible Iloue, J
Cor. 8tli street and 4th At" ,
NEW Y0EK CITY. ""
Tbisis a reliable place to purchaae. Om., "
gualluteed"' "T. -uSll
N. B. Scad for a circalar, with tleacriBtin r
style, and scuedule of price..' ' mim
Express to Clarksrillc.
-yOZ Sotuaern Ex press Com pan r resneetfslly an-
collected and prompt return made ' '
egr-ufllceXo.18 Public Seuare. i'
febl7-tf A K.HuLr.SapeVtntesdent.
Fresh Fruits all the Tear
FaaSSi' C0XVKXIE.VCJC, BCONOMT AND
DArtlY. la niiAnnll.ji r..m . : .
- ---, 1 - iniui t r.iia ia
a tresu State, in any climate ,bb indeOnile time Ua
ing used ueae Bo u lee, we Sad them exdiar
convenient and Jubt the thing watted.
j-. -i oujua, i negister ot Kara! AflVira.
For diiLri.ibvii inii imw iifni.M .j -
i . r - vmmm , ttrw rx e
pretwr, at Walwortn, Wayne county. New York.
ItillOI-Aletllia an Zr . . . .
J 7"w . . t. w. XKUJLAX8.
LYOA'S LSECT POYDER I
: FOR SALE BT . . . ,. .
sprtl-tf ""'.. RALV3. BS0WX st CO.
Sunda School Celebraticas.
Flac ! Flasra ! ! Fiar it i
TOTUlXti adds so moth to the apprsBO ef a
- vhvw vuiwies ill rli
i-tus hand Qt s wy UiUe boy aa gir LUC1L ll
now prepared to fur a ma them Is say auantltv a ST
CoUoge aireet,BP stairs ovvr fiiueku AucUca iTsV
Ilia w 1 t '
' llansrarian Grass Sftd.
TUST received, aa4 for sal. at a low Agar set
l bushel, superior Hungarian rass vZm
Med ha. ben Miected with great care, and was rum-
iirt Altrl all issiutritu. 'w a.ssm
aprll-tf 0 MIZELL, HOOPER ft CfX
THE JIAltTUOLP MACHINE
H31"" nr Aaaastt Ubl tsaa sar
ao. ii.Cwiiegs .tree!. Opposite Sewsass Keass.
apriilf .j 7
i-L)(i5 , Cabinet Champagss; MB
J aict, jact received aae fur aUa sy
mil if - atf i s ou.v.