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NASHVILLE ftMON AND AMERICAN, SATtJfipAY. DECEMBER 19, 1S6S.
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3lly 8 t Sot-I-Wcckly $4 ; Wockl j 83-
Holders of Bank of Tennessee nroviBionaU government, haa- bcou
notes may bo profited to know that cstabl;fll0(1 . thojs .havo abundant
tlio suit in regard to tbojiability of fim(lf '&r' tho vigorous prosecution
the State for their redemption do- of tho war of 'mAe9eaieDeih and
cidod by tho,Suprpmo Court of this llftVB trahmnittail nvor sr,no 000 to
State, has been Appealed to tho Now York, for tho purchase of arms
Federal Supremo Court, and -will and muuition3 of war Th6y als0
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argueaac mo prosem-mrm. doclarfl that organizations exist
There is a proposition in Con- throughout the. length and breadth
gress to extend tho time for taking oC tho island, ready to rush to arms
tho Bankrupt law to all classes of on tho receipt of tho first favorablo
debtors until January 1, JS70.
Pisrhapl ifIthoQaw)was madojper)
nnZnf in it, nnnrrttinn it would
uiuucut iu lio uuuiauuu. iw nuiuu I
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lenal reSlrlCl lU0 UreUl1' BJal0la' I
In tho event it .abolished the trust
business altoirether it would bo
DUSineSS ailOgemer, ll WOUIU DO
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almost ah unmixed good.
Iw twenty-eight States comprls-
ing nine-tenths or more of tho votes
in tho lato Presidential election
fi.'o ;.;f : pk w.L
uiauua uiujuiiij iu a uiuii ui u.uuu, K
250, is 303,148.
"i'ne noero VOtOS cast lor Urant I
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in Aiaoama, uoorgia, Louisiana,
(!, nniin ,mnnn.
oif.oo4.il xnyuiur.t.vuru3,-jiiutu- i
jontmlof aholwBittf men -Toteolfor I
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Tuere are evils m the present
telegraph sm, but the project
now oeioro oongress, proposing
. 1 1 m . V. n I'AwniH-m Klin M TM I
chaso all tho lines, -and erect new
onoB ad libitum, and manago them
as it aoos tno rost uinco, wun a
of sub -officials, is ono vastly greater
than any now in existence This is
but another grand corruption
The intelligence was currcut jn
nlcmfrand business circles yester-
day ovoning, that tho Supremo !
Courtof the United States liadnro-
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ality of tho law. To tho present I
wrilimr w lm.v mp.oivfid no eon I
uriuuuuirui niu liiwjiijyuutu, muugu i
if tho decision was ronderecl, our I
nows column tins morning will I
. as I
doubtless montionat. i" . . '
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A few days sinco it was announ
cod thatthat mammoth corporation,
the Erie Railroad Company, had
Great Western Railroad, and it is
now given out that negotiations
aro ponding to lease the Ohio and
Jlississippi.JJh Cincinnati t !?
iircTJo'tVrhnrsday says that' Jay
Gould the President of tho Eric was
in that city for that purpose, and
adds that a further object of his
visit is tiie-ionguiuceu 01 oouinern
Railroad which tho Company dc
sire to see pushed ahead as rapidly
as possible. This latter is the road
projected through Kentucky in tin
Senator HcCueeuy ofK-onttic-k"
is the first Democrat in Congress,
who has proposed to amend tho
constitution, since tho Radical
mania for that work commenced. j
He offered an amendmont, tho'
rillmr lnv nnt rivn in words, bllt ,1
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described bv telegraph 'as designed
to protect tho rights of minorities. !
Weaie opposed to tho tinkering of
the organic law which has been so:
vin tl.A T.nt thron vfinra. but if
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an amendment accomplishing this
object can be effected, Senator;
McCreery will have done a service!
not Hurnass'ed bv that of any of tho
sages of the era of 1787.
The protection of minorities is
Iho chief end of government. A ma-
jority is that which wields the
greatest amount of power, whether.
it bo pne.man, or ten, or twenty, or:
an actual maioritv bv count. Tho' I
republican systom is that which,'
while making the will of the ma-
inrltv tliA lnw Sfl fliards tho mode I
of ascertaining it and tho manner
of its execution, that it may not be-
come oppressive and arbitrary. We
have beconio so far unrepublican
that the will of an actual minority,
can bo manipulated so as to mean
that of a majority, and to bo en- I
forced as ruthlessly as woro ever
tho edicts of tho thirty t-rants of
Athens, or the Russian Czar.
Wo hail senator jicreery a
inovemont in behalf of tho min
ority. It is vitally nocessaiy to
npaix am) am.
The spirit of discontent is begin
ning to manifest itself among the
ipeoplo.of Spain. Tlio unnecessary
delavs in re-establishing order, by
mpans of a form of government ac
t-eptable to the'niajority of the peo
ple, have led to an. insurrection in
Cadiz and troubles in Madrid. Ac
cording to tho present arrangement,
tho Cortes will not meet until the
middle of February. Meanwhile
the Isabella partisans and the Car-
lists are opposing the Republicans
and Monarchists, who arc tho
friends of order. What the upshot
t of. the matter is to be is of course
mere conjecture. Garibaldi has
- -written a letter advising that a re
public be proclaimed at once, and
Dictator be appointed for
twcM'cars. Xc peopio appear to
bivripo to follow tho advicfe of
G'lriualdi, but the icauers 01 iiii!
revolution hesitate. There is a sub-
picion that Napoleon is meddling
' in the affairs of Spain in the hope
of turning the tide of public senti
luoiif. ill filVOr of a monarchy.
While Spain lis n.,t!iisuDsettled
' "conaiVioV we have a 'report that
CalebCushing , has -been sent on
a mission 'that 'inchoate rcpub-
- He or goyernnTCut, to negotiate the
.nnv f Pnlm Ti .flirt iniinn
time, a revolution is in prpgresa in
lisiinicnt'of im indopehuon.tr govern"
mcnt on that island. The Bcbcls
claim an efficient organization in all
parts ,of tlio island,, and a -constant
auffmoniauon in moir lorccs. a.
nws from the eastern department.
hey -draw however, that a great
want of arms and war materials is
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warn, wiu oesuppueu, u i-uoj
established a depot at Nassau. Thoir
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actual iort.e. in camuuiiru wmo, u
estimated at between liJ.OUU ana
13(000 mcri( and thifl force will bo
increased to 20 000, on the nowB of
first victory achieved by them,
rflintno laClSlUBHOlM;!! UO imuuuu
various channols from Cuba, it is
nr,Ua Avnntthftttha movement lOr I
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independence on thatislana nas as-1
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IBUUIOU U iruij oyuuuo i,uiiivi"
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nri f hnt. ihnt :nTtam-Lronoranna3 nu i
mona at his command to put down I
tho Rebels. If troops aro Bent from j
Hnain thev may fratornizo with
-1!ofn ..lun. The
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friends oftho republic there have Kiggs. Tho next witness was Jiiggs
. , ,i n c ;pli.:Qir itn. tAcjiifind that the
nAian inn 1 1 ir in irriuiinii. iiiiu it
tho monarchists mean
TCKKIKG CRIMINALS X.OOSE IN
On tho 16th inst. Mr. "Williams,
of Oregon, offered a resolution in
tlio Tlnitcd States Senate instructing
tho Judiciarv Committee to inquire
;nto t,0 practicability aud cxpedi- j
nvnrcnmn immnflmfn lo-islat on I
to prevent tho dischargo of persons
convicted of prime by tho cxtraor
Jinarv decision of tho District I
t...i r Tr:.::n rnu mHP tn I
yljiCll TOlOrenCO IS mauO la uiu uc- I
c;sion 0f Judce Underwood that tho I
Stato Judges in Virginia arc dis-1
ntmlified under the fourteenth
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amendment 01 mo cuubtnunun w
l1,TTn;i,l Qlnfoci TTnrtnnrnnil ImS I
0 several noted I
tUU UUtla S i'vi 11 wv ' a
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criminals, wnu uau ut-vu 1
x.. r i.n I
convicieu uuioro i uutm ui
Cassar P. Griffin, who shot a Jlr.lor any oiucr city. jur.
Brockenbrouh in Lexington. Ya. 1 however, testified that after tho ap-
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Another IS a negro
Colli A iiflnvsai-iTi wlift AVJ1S J
1 r,l4l. Vi.. l,om,in-
Unuei-BCUtciiuo uiuuaui iUI ...v..
in March last set fire to and burned
to the ground tho fino suburban
residence of Mr. Richard Magrudor,
at Fulton Hill, near Richmond,
mcrory becauso Mrs. Magruder had
given her a reprimand for her bad,
conduct towards a
who had caught her stealing
lioiiso was occunied at tho time.,
But Sally Anderson's soul is black-!
cued by a still worso and iuoro
fiendish act. She niado a deliberate-
-lttumnt. in burn Mrs. Macrrudcr's
infant, bv first placing it on aH
r.tl..... .,,! l.-InHlitur n firr 1w4
4UlLllV;i -Ut-U iJ v vmuwu
:,. Bv the merest accident!
,i.fl flamcs woro discovered, and tho!
helpless babo rescued ere it became!
pi,arpeu victim of tho enraged,
...!; Tinfl. fli.vs.f
uuiuo iuam.u. ;
criminals were discharged under
tll0 wr5t of habeas corpus, on the;
gr0und that the Judges before whom;
.i,,... ivp, ra noi Qualified 1
An application for a writ of habead
corpus -m th0 case of Jeter Phillips,-
whowas tried and convicted of tlio;
murder of his wife, was made id
t.1a TTmlnrwnnd nn tho ISth inst.J
and tho application of tho prisoner!
tlm writ mado rei
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lurnabl0 to the United States Circuit
Court of Richmond on tho 9th b(
T7t, fPl, ,.nTwl nn rl ifli
tho wit wa8 appiied for ifl that thd
Court 0r Appeals, before which thd
writ of crror from tho Circuit Courfi
Qr Henrico was argued, and by
which it was decided adversely tq
tho prisoner, is an illegal court, ac
COrdiii" to the decision of Under
W00d in tho Coisar Griffin and
Sally Anderson cases, Judges Mon-j
curo aiui Jovnes having held offices'
inillv,nr Pl.illim was to
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have been hung on the 18th inst.
Gov. Wells on tho 17th respited
him until the 15th of February,
when tho questions involved in tho
habeas corpus will be decided. The
sheriff was haviliff tho galloWS
erected at the timo of tho reprieve,
ho having expressed a ueusrmmu-
tion to disregard tho habeas corpus
and hang the prisoner, unless ro-
snited bv tho Governor. It is no
wonder this turning loose by Ju Jge
Underwood of persons convicted of
crime, has ci'citcd the alarm of-the
Republicans 111 Congress. 11 he is
not checked in his mad career ho
will upset every thingthat has been
done by the Virginia courts.
It is said that one of tho loading
merchants of New York city hai
taken a suit of lofts, part of which
he devotes to his business, directly
opposite tho City Hall Park. One
iuwl r - w y V1
which combines every moaoni ira-
lora, dining-room, bed-rooms, kitch
en, laundry, bath-room, an 'com
plete. There is no suit of rooms at
the St. Nicholas or Fifth avenue ho
tels as elegant and commodious.
The rent of four floors, including
the salesroom and place of business
with the residence, costs less than
S2,000 a year. He owns a fine
country seat at btaten Island, ana
adonLs this course, not through
necessity, but to.be near hisbasinoss
and secure comfort. Other morj
chants aro looking"'at the establish
ment, and think tho plan will be
ALASKA PURCHASE AND
Tho Worcester (Mats.) Spy,
1 v J TTt 1-1 ?
WllOSe CUllor iS a Jiepuuuciiii mem-
bcr of Concrcss. stated somo time
sinco that $2,200,000 of tho Alaska
purchaso money ;wont into tho
pockets of tli8 lobby and certain
Eadical newspaper editors as
bribery to securo tho passago by
nnnrnnrifition to Tiav for Alaska. I
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The Spy wont so far as to designate
parties to whom tho money had I
been paid. Theso revelations ere-
ated no little scandal, and after re-
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neated demands from the press of
tu n ooa ow1- d nn
investigation oi ino mavitu.
Utft tnni w:h trininvesti-
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guuiuiinuuvu.6v - .
gation, examincu jur. x xi.uUvM
tho United States Treasurer, on the
17th inst. He testified that the
wholo amount ot tno ,uu,uuu
,m nnr Torritnrv was
uam iui j I
Jmirn fmm tri TreaRnrv in TOld I
oralis. payaDIO IO mo oiuui ui
it: 7u nnalrnlr.hnintr
-r. Ti 1 1 ,l-ft nlnrr I
itiggs, ino ouiikoi-, uuo vi"
for 87 000 000 and the other for
nnnn nnn rnt.n.A .Tn n of Ann ttmA I
ouu.vuu. j-uuiw a - i
tho last sum in currency, but
it was finally drawn out in
a8 bis books show,
amounl of purcba30
monov went into the hands of
iiiiiiauii. jllu vw--
money was drawn in two gold
J.tVUVil V m II j mm
romainder direct to M. Do Stoecklo,
t,h ft "Rnssian Minister, or on his
order to tho New York agents of
the house of Baring Bros. On the
18th inst. Hon. Eobert J. Walker
was examined. His testimony bore
out substantially previous stato-
ments that he had receivcu a ico
from tho Russian government ox-
ccc-ding $2G,000 for services ren-
dored in connection Avith the AiasKa
treatv as. counsel. Which service
wtru jjuuuijjuiijr unvvivu o
forth the advantages oitno purcnoao
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and tlie constitutional requirumuui,
on tho part of the IIousc to pay lor
l,omn of. lliotrnntv 1H(1 been
ratified. It did aDRCar limb JJJ.I. I
ratitiea. urn aP puur
Walker had j)aid for tho publication
Imt nnt tn nnv newsnancr cor-
respondent or reporter in una
1 1 1
proprialioii had been mado ho ad
mimii-inimii Mflll llf.lll lllllliu 11U ..v.- 1
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vised the Russian Minister tO Oiler
vised the Russian Minister to oner-
I, tl .. ,iiin.
I flnl Vnrnnv three thousand dollars
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hshinff Walker s letWJrS in IhO
Washington Chronicle. . Col. Forney
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declined to tako it, on the ground
that ho was an officer of the Senate.
It was then tomlnwul in J). G For
ney, tho publisher of tho Chronicle,
who, after hesitating, took tho
money. Mr. Walker further testi
fied that ho did not know that any
money was paid to any other news
paper men. Mr. W. W. Warden,
assistant nrivato secrctarv to the
President and correspondent of the
Philadelphia Xedaer, testified that
ho was nover offered nor ever re
ceived a cent, and kifew of no ex-
j penditures in tho premises one way
or tho other, it mus uyijua.o
althouL'h Col. Forney declined to
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take the money offered him, on tho
ground that ho was an oliicer 01 mo
Senate, the publisher of one of Ins
papers, and who is a relative 01 m-,
actually took tho 3,000 iu gold for
services rendered. Let the inyesti-
gation be pushed onj it will likely
show that other parties are as badly
involved in this Alaska swindlo as
tho publisher of Forney's Chronicle,
I Tlio story is a disgraceful ono; and
if it is not true, its falsehood ought
to bo exposed, for tho credit to our
I government : while it it is true, tho
persons who have been guilty of
such corruption and thieving ought
to bo arrested, and mado to disgorge
their unlawful gains.
B. P. JENKINS,
SuecoMor to Tom Wella.
39 North Mai-lcet St.,
T AM IN RECEIPT OF TIIR LAROKST
X stock of
DriicM, Chemicals, DriiBKlt Rmh
flrlPM, l"tioy Gottln, Toilet
OILS, PAINTS, COLORS.
Cigars, Tobacco, Wines and Liquors,
ever brousbt to this market, and will Bell FOR
CASH at a slight adranoe on Eastern coat.
WIlOIiKSALK 011 RKTA1L.
All goods sold warranted to giro satisfactin.
1. P. JENKINS,
Proprietor of Jkjikins Stomach Bittirs.
Market street, oppoiito Union,
SlflK OF MAN AND MORfEIt.
nTai3in Kofclivllle, If hp.
WINTER DBESS GOODS
It, T. KIRKPATKICK'S.
T7R0M THIS DATE.WE WII.L0FFER0UR
1 entire Hock of Winter lrs ood at
prices that will insure their sale. Thoso who
are not yet supplied will do well to look id, as
wo are going to sell them, and no humbug. W e
have on hand a fine assortment ot Blankets,
Flannels. Uosiery. Men's and Ladits Blovef.
Cloths and Casaimeres, Ladies Cloaks, fanawls.
etc. etc. Call and see for yourselves.
declS 7t ... -
JAMES WHELESS & CO.,
Cotton and Tobbucco Factors
6U mid K Kuutb Cllcee Street,
WILL GIVE SPECIAL ATTENTION; 0
all business entrusted to their care.
Furnituro and Fancy Articles..
Y BATMAN. SHIELDS &' CO. WILL ADD
to their regular Furniture Sale, tail. SAT
URDAY MORNING, at 10 o'clock, all the bal
ance of the Silver-plated, China, Stone and
Glass Ware. Toys, Fancy Articles, etc. remain-"
in and unsold. ueclO It
HOLIDAY GOODS !
) wairi.f u desks,
Elogant styles of the above coods. suitable
PAni .TAVEL & UANNER.
dec!9tf 4S Union street.
r. F. PKCX.
n. l. cLiiBoaiit.
PECK & CLAIBORNE'S
INSUEANOE AGENOY. .
no., so college street, wnsiiviue, Teuu
TTrit URPRKKNT TUE
rriomolnjuranc. Company. of Ne
Wmh nvtnn Influr&nfifl UQmD&HT.
Phoenix Insurance Compaujr. of
; - y - n;, - mbni ::.T 400,000
HluCUO JJIStrlCfc OI IvOD 9H.
Tn the matter of Woxzoner& Co BanVrupU.
mnECREDITOBS 0FJHE ABOVE NA1
j. bankrupts, are hereby notified that theseo
ond oeetiDrof .theeredltorswill be held
ond meetinr of theeredltorswill be held at the
omoe 0f A.u Bradley. Register in Bankruptcy,
lorms purposo ui uoviiuiuk
!X. A. II ALL.
For Hent or Lease.
rpilREK STORY BRICK STORE-HOUSE,
No. 84 Broad Street,
in good repair. Apply;. ,
R. C. MeNAIRY, or
deolS Ujanl CALLENDKK 3l GARRETT.
g . . q . Lands, Etc.
i 8 ASSIGNEE OF ANDREW GREGORY.,
JL I will sell at we vounuouie, ju.mo tnjr u.
On Saturday, the 19th of Dec., 186 8
the following described property : Two Houses
jt.i... ,t,...it M nf M.rKi. itreeL at
we two story double bride. fT, n
c cn , auu m kuvu ii,i'.'t i j
nAlso, lixA cres in civil disttict.No. 9. David-j
son county, about five miles from the city or
NashTille, on the north side of Mill Creek Val
ley pike, and adioinins Andrew Gregory's home
Gregory. jjJ-J 0OMb0?baraMunIty!
teAiihree-ianJts interest in fourteen acres
,y ta,d Gregory of the Jacob Wagoner
1 tbe UlerK ana Master, oasaviiio, ju iao
nTlUe for a more particular description of
I ihaea laTlrin.
11,5 ,ell at the same time and place, a
m Xknown on the day f .ale..
I A II IITTI1I ITl
M f y - u Farm.
George D. Warfleld, Trustee, and others, vs.
John B. Dorteh.
tw PTTTlSttA Wf!K OPJVN ORDER MADE IN
X this cause at the October term. 1H, or the
Chancery Court at Clarksville. I will offer for
sale, to tho uigncsl uiuaer. on me ficioisk?,
, , I . 1. f f - o o
I BUUI"J 3.1 yjj.
nf T.nr..l mentioned in the uleadings.
and known s the Warfield Farm, boing.the
ssmefarmloraerly occupied by W.W. Warfield,
r..m -nnt-ini about 800 acres, and is situ-
t".V rh. T Ksbunr road, about thirteen
1 milesot Uiarasvuie. it ujuin mo ibuu ut-
I longing to the eetatoot C.A. tousg. deceased,
T1?,.;, . finB brick dwellinc. tood stables.
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farms in Montgomery county.
TERMS One ana two years credit. Ijoles
wlthrnrul seentitr reauircd.and a lien retiined.
Notes to bear interest from date. Sold without
the right of redemption.
Korewber lJ. I-6S-novat if
HAVING BEEN QUALIFIED AS EX ECU
inra r,f thn lunl will and tesLimcnt of J. 1'
Matthewf. deceased, parties indebted In tbe
said estate aro desired to come forward and
make payment, and those bavins claims
j-ainst aro hereby notifiel to nresent them
within tho timo required by law. This, lfith
day of December, 1!M.
JULIA A. MATTHEWS.
declS lOt W. A. GLENN, Executors
AT KKI)UKI l'WICKM.
inn nnn feet oe yellow pine
J.WV7,Ult ' Flooring, assorted.
50,000 Feet of Poplar Flooring and Ceilinc
25.(i00 Feet of Cedar Flooring.
Weatberboardins, Molding of all kinds.
Alan TlAnia Kaqlina Ttlinil. I.ruffeeltS on
1 nana ujaiis
hand unrt made to older, and all kinds of
Orders accomiiani'd with iherasli promptly
filled. WARREN & .MOOI'.K.
&' .South lligb fitrnet,
declS Cm between Church and Uroad
China and Silver Wave!
Bohemian "Wino Sets, Cake Sal
vers, Large Glass Bowls,
Tea Trays, Fine Look
Chandelier,-. Hall and Side Lights,
Fine Lawps, etc., etc.,
ON NATDKDAT, UEf. 19. AT 10 A. M,
ON THIS OCCASION WK 1IAVK PRE
nared tn offer a number of our moit
CH0ICK DINNKK. TEA and CHAMBIIU
SETS, in both Whito and Hand China. , Should
we bare good attendance, we will continue the
sale in the afternoon, as we are very desironi
of making this our CLOSING SALE.
VAMI'BKM. Jk NPIKK
jleelSJf 87 Publie Square.
ON SATURDAY LAST, S0MEWIIERR
between Demonbreun street and the north
side of tbo Publie Square,
a run vicroniNi:.
A liberal reward will be paid for iu return to
tboUNIOH AM) AUEBICtN btEco.
Nashvill. Dee. 17 'Jt
WANTED MAN AND WIFK.-A MAN
and hii wiTe (colored), without children,
can hear of a good home fur the halanre of this
and next year, by catling nt tho Uxio-i aud
None need apply that cannot roino well re
commended, deel" tf
PPO li, R K N T
lOIt 1IIK VKAK 1S0U.
fllllE WHITE FRAME 110USR ON VINE
L strcl, near llioa.l.
JOHN II. EWIN.
At Ktvin, Pendleton A C.
A T1. tt GOODS AT COST.
ON ACCOrNT OF ONE OF THE PART
ners retiring from the firm, wo are trow ol
ferine our large uud well icleclej f tecs 01
ItKAnY-TI AIK Cl.OrillXO and
fle lis' Famishing Goods,
Hats, Cnrpe! Ilngu, Snlcliel, etc.,
At Cost Prices.
Our assortment includes all tho latest and most
fashionable stylos of Clothing, for men and
boys, together with a large stock of Cloths. Cas
simeros and Vesting We mean what wo say.
and aro determined to offer our stock from this
time forward at a great sacrifice- Now is tbe
time to purchase cheap Clothing.
K I Ki ll tit A ATIENF.Hj
Election of Directors.
THE ANNUA I. KLEUTIUN tUK uinr.i
tors of tho Willow ncil tlrnnna
Life ItiNuniiiee Company will be held at
House. Nanhville, on Friday, the first day of
January, 1SC9. FARJJSWKTrI Pre,,.
T, L. MxttsnALL.fico'y
Nashville. Dec. 15. 1SC3.-2W
New Nashville Theater.
CHAS. II. BICH, BnsInesHS Ac'-
FOB SIX NIGHTS ONLY.
MISS LEO HXJUWOJN,
Iht Great American Equestrienne,
COMMENCING MONDAY DEL'. 21. low. in
KJ herjreatspeciaity ot
Pnmnelto and Drei fclrele 75 cents. GaUery
S3 eenu- Box -ffic open from 9 i.. tlU 3 p. m..
Wl'" mW 60 rj-SIMMONDS.
ftHK i HKISI m
x vwaa wai - i
PAUL, TAVEL & IAM1S,
48 UNlOiV STREET,
JlJAVE FOR THE HOLlDAxa.
Eleenut Boobs for Crown Folk!
JbvbI1 Book for Uttlo Folk I
do ml Boobs ror Old Folks!
Amusing Books for Yonnjr Folks!
Cscfnl Books for All klnils of Folks
In clecaut binding? lomethu g to eult erory
PAUL, TAVEL k HANNER.
43 Union street.
These beanliful tneciroeniof art, unsurpatsed
hv tho BEST PAINTINGS, are attracting treat
attention, and command inc the admiration of
fAUb, TAVii jr iiinnnn,
43 Union Street.
DIAEIES FOR 1869 !
A full supply of all kinds and prices.
PAUL. TAVEL 4 HANNEK.
43 Union street.
B l;B LES!
A largo stock of most beautiful
In elecant calf and morocco bindings. Also, a
large stock at cheap Hibles.
I'ALKIAVIL i- llAiNntli.
43 Union street.
An assortment, the most varied and beantiful
ever etiered in this market, will be round at
PAUL. TAVEL &1I ANNEft'd.
ii Union strtet.
OHXJRCH BOOKS !
A stock of the standard works relating to the
doctrines, history and practices of tbs Pro-
te.tant hi.iscopal Church, in England and
America, ror sale at
PAUL, TATE I. & HAMER's
aeclfi ii UNION STREET:
mUE 11IGUEST MARKETPRICE PAID BY
J. F. O'SIiaughnessy & Co.,
declS lw No. 31 South Market street.
WE WOULD RESPECTFULLY INFOhM
our dealer', that wo are Agents of the
OHIO CAXOLK COMPAMV, and are pre
pared to supply the trade at tho lowest price.
We will also take UKUKUS. to bo shipped
direct to purchaser
100 this Extra Family Flour.
20 tierces Sugar Curod Hams.
.'0 English Dairy Cheese.
25 kegs Spiced Pita' Feet.
C-'lt. rniooMU oo..
decll codfit Nos. 7 and tf Broad st.
Robert Thompson & Co.,
'gleam Cracker Bkcry and Candy Works.
IKPORTIES AKD DKALIE3 IX
Wines, Liquors and Foreign Frnils,
CIGARS. TOBACCO, ETC.
35 Sontli Mnrket St., Kailivillr, Teua.
1;URE SCOTCH 4D IRISH wniSKY.)
Old Pennsylvania live and Ceow. Bourbnn
and some very superior Robertson County, for
sale, at low ca?h prices, bv
O0RTEKS AND ALES, of various brands.
I direct importations, and for sale low, by
1EAS. of all grailca, in all kinds of packages
fr sal. 1 YJBEUT THOMPSON 4 CO.
jpOFFEES AND SUGARS always on hand.
and will be sold as low as the lowest.
1HEE3E A large and well assorted stock.
ast received and fur sale ln, by
:il ana Hirsute lnw, ny
ROBERT THOMPSON A CO.
ANDIES AND CRACKERS, always fresh.
t i ml nnt. nu in nnantitie to suit iiurchascrs.
Fire Crackers, Fruits of all kinds, .and nearly
every kind of aooda usually kept in the lino
will bo found at the Store ot"
R0BERV THOMPSON & CO
nov2itf No. 35 South Market street,
BAGGING AND ROPE.
WE HAVE IN STORE A LARGE LOT OF
Bagging and Rope at low prices-
Ky. l'y. Bagging. 2 lbs. to yard 21Jc
Mo. Bugging l?i lbs to yard...----.We
Rope best marhine.iu coil and half coils- vyx
ill 11 ON COCK HILL A CO.,
nov!7 tf 4 and 0 S'qth Market street.
Important to Bankrupts.
milK TIME FOR FILING PETITION BY
1. iho'O wh can uot pay Cfty per ctnt. of
tueir debts will expire
on thn lJt Iy f Ilfceinl.fr.
and as tho extension frcm Uft Junewa ob
tained with difficulty, it is not atallprebble
that th time will bo further extruded. Peti
tioners satistyine the Clerk of their Inability to
darosit the whole of the ono hundred dollars be
fore Jan. 1. will be allowed tofilo theirrttitipos
upon payment of a sum sutheient to cover im
mediaie expenses, thus saving the limitation of
the statute, and afforuisg them time to com-
jfet1 E. R. CAMPBELL. Clerk.
TNFORM.- THE PUPLIC OF NASHVILLE
J- and Middle Tennes3oe.that.be is manufac
turing on an extensive scale,
B A. R R E L S,
WHISKY BARRELS. PORK BARRELS.
KEGS, of all kinds and LARD BARRELS.
Full supply always on hand, and offered as low
as can be bought in this or any other market.
He asks a trial only of tho public
.Factory and Office, corner Martison and Nort
tFront streets. " fnov21 tilbanlh
TTAVE THE PLEASURE OP ANNOUNCING
xi J4ua jl
Erected on the olVD t0 KJi EH. so many yean
They are now receiring and openine a largo and
NEW, RICH A N I ELEGANT GOODS.
COLD AND SILVER WATCHES !
From the best Manufacturers of Europe and America.
J B W E L R Y !
New and elegant designs, in
Gems, of all descriptions.
BINGS, LOCKETS, -CHAINS, ETC., ETC.
GOLD AND SILVER PLATE
The lareest stock in the
and most tasteful designs Tea Sets, Coffee Makers
and Urns, Ice Pitchers, "Waiters, Goblets,
Cake and Fruit Baskets, Castors,
Forks, Spoons, etc.
TO ALL WHO DESIRE TO PURCHASE
CHRISTMAS OR BRIDAL GIFT.,
We recommend an examination of onrBtock. in
Skillful and experienced workmen will give attention to
Repairing and Regulating Watcnes, ana ail simnar
work pertaining to the business.
GATES &o. ?OI3:LmA.3Sr,
CO UN KB
- . n. nnn.m -naun.TVQ
WE WILL SELL Al UMfti innuiu
the following pieces of property :
A FARM OF 33 ACRES, three miles from the
Courthouse in Nashville, on Lebanon Pk P
posite Esquire Cawley's : fine land r ad
S.?"!lrr-v h ! iBdirTtrest frame house;
fine ownard. and spring of treeetone water; ID
acres In woods
TWO LOTS, each 21 feet front, and 175 deep.
with small buildings, opposite oiu ueeaiur ic-
pot, on Uroaa streei.
patip T.nra rb EO feet front, on east side
of South Market street, at the corner of Bouth
Hill street, near tno lermmua
Title Street Railroad.
T BRMS-Ch eap for cash ; or part eaih.b!
ance in good timo notes, or for stock in Nash
ville Building Asfociation.
A.NELSON & CO or
NEWSOM 4 CO. Jecli lw
Conoordia Hall for Rent.
rpHIS MAGNIFICENT HALL CAN BE
1 rented bv the night or otherwise, by re-
speetablo patties, at reasonable "tes. .by ap
plying to Uliwu oiinu,
at Albert i Seeman's 27 Public Square.
II A5iUF ACTOR YFOtt SAI."E.
WE OFFER FoR SALE ONE OF THE
best inducements everoffereil to capital
ists, consisting of a Steam Engine, with every
variety or Machinery required in the bnsjness.
and cnnable of manufacturing from ttu.wo to
$,0,000 worth W.t CHEATHAM,
PREPABE JF0E THE HOLIDAYS I !
BY THE CAN AND KEG. AND ALSU HI
the Mut. QiiHrt nnU Unllon.
IN BULK SOLID MEATS,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
Liberal discount to Dealers and to parties or
dering in quantities. . n
113 Church St., St. Cloud Building.
F00RGT0RES' TWO CELLARS, nA
commercial jnnuuuto vu,v,
dec!5 2w S3 N. College atreeU
rpHE ANNUAL ELECTION FOR DIRECT-i-
orsof tho Nashville Life Insurance Com
pany will be made at the office of tho Compa
ny, on M0N1MY. h. .oHrj. ito.
J. W. Hoytc. See'y.
30,000 to 40,000
TIGHT BARREL STAVES. Highest market
price paid on delivery. ocKEK
nov2S tiljanl Cor. Front and Madison sta'
MRS. P- J- McNULTY
MILLINER. DRESS AND CLOAK MAKER
No. 108 Horlli Colleffe Street.
HAS JUST RECEIVED A NEW STOCK OF
Bonnets. Hats and Trimmings of the latest
styles, allot which sill be sold at the very
lowest prices. deolv"
Corn and Wheat Wanted.
FAKMERS OF TENNESSEE:
JN THE FUTURE. A3 IN Til a PAST. YOU
L you can get
More Money for Your Grain
.Inrkaou Mills). Hontu Slarhel fitrcct,
than any where else! Bring it along.
grind all you navo.
JNO. J. McCANN-
Citizens Tako Notice.
"VRPHANS CAMP.No. 3 ORDER OF PA1
I I c... -ill Hi-unit Ball at the Fcmi
Academy on Wednesday night, Dec. 23. The
proceeds to be appropriated to aid inreintering
the Confederate dead. Tickets of admission for
Tiloman one dollar. Ladies free. Members
of other camps In tho city and elsewhere, are re
sr.eetfully invited to co-operate. dec U td
Cash for Cotton Seed.
Farmers Save Your Cotton Seed.
WE will pay the High6st
Cash Price for Cotton Seed,
and furnish bags to ship in
all seasons of tho year.
dec!5 3m 31 Market street.
THAT THET IIAVE C0MPLETK1J Aait
xi w o a w i I
occupied by their predecessors in busincw.
splendid assortment of
Diamonds, Pearls, Opals and
city, embracing the newest
we conuueni assur-. '' """" "
OF COLLEGE A5TD JDSIOJf STME-T8.
A NEW STOCK
Furman, Green & Co.,
No. 49 Public Square,
jXnslivillo, Tenno ssoc.
TJ E ARE NOW RECEIVING A LARUE
IT stock of
Fresh and Seasonable Goods.
In ad di tion to our nsual'and extensive assort
ment ot nxu". ir,
have a superior stock of
EXTEA. FINE DOESKIN JEANS
For Merchant Tailors' Use.
Also every description of Heavy Goods tot
Plantation I'nrpose. consisting of Plaid
Osnaburgs. Plaid Linseys. Kerseys. Heavy Jeans.
Minerva and Beverly Twills, all ot which we
will sell at
VERY LOW PRICES
TO THE TRADE,
Previous to our removal, January I. ISO!), to
NO. 1 IIICHS' BLOCK,
Corner of College street and tbe Square, (Noi th
We respectfully solicit a call from City and
FURMAN, QREEN A- CO.
Risen from the Ashes
.HINT IN TIM K
FOR CHRISTMAS !
fj BA00UX WOULD RESPECTFULLY
A. inform bis old friends and patrons that ha
has just opened a new and beautiful assortment
of Uoods, in trie Jicuavof K imiiainir. jo.
si luerry ni reer.. consisting or Watches.
Jewelry. Fancy and Toilet Articles. Silver and
Plated Ware. etc.. etc. Also, just opened the.
largrstsioct: ot iiair ever exnibitea in mis city.
Ladies will find Mrs Badouz at her old place
behind the counter, ready to receive their or
ders and attend to their wants. decix zw
HP W. EASLOCK,
D RU GO-IS T
i'o. li Public Square,
WOULD CALL THE ATTENTION OF
Physicians and tbe public generally to
his fresh and enlarged stock of
Draff. Chemicals, Fluid Extracts, nil
klada fir Patent MeUlctnoN. Fancy
Artlelen, Inlutt. OIIn. Win.
aovr Ginks, rlc.
Also, on hand Fongera's Compound Ioilioisei.
Cod Liver Oil. best imported French Brandy
formedicinal purposes, liau de Colognes of su
Most particular attention paid to tbe Pre
scription Department, under tho direction of
Mr. J.B. BUKCH ARTZ. an experienced Apoth-!
ecary and Chemist, graduated in Prussia.
nov2S 3m 11. W. UASLOCK.
CASTIil ROCK COAL !
Best in the Market
'J7 rlH. per lluiliol.
EVEttY XOAI H'EIOIIF.I.
LEAYE ORDERS WIT"
05 North Jfasket Mreel.
For Maklug Steam it lias uo Equal:
HEAD THE FOI.M. WING :
WE. THE UNDERSIGNED. HAVE USED
the Cattle Koek Coal, and wonld stato
from absolute experience, it surpass" any coal
that we have ever used, for heat, cleanliness
and economy, and we estimate a fire made of it
will last full fifty per cent. longer than other
coal that we have used.
1 jKOR(JC SlABIOHT.
WM.frTOCULt A Soy.
Hurt A Co..
T. D. FtlPrlg.
A. . Ciov
Give It a t'nlr Trial.
WM. U. MORROW. Agfnt.
decStf ,196 Cedar street.
Whs'esala Storehousa for Bent.
jyrO. 49 PUULIC SQUARE.
oceupisd'at present, by Messrs.-Furmun, Qieen
!&eft'r ' , S. D. MORGAN.
BOOTS AMD SHOES
CHAS. B, HAUL'S, .
NO. 47, NOETHCOLLEOE.STBEET. -
TUST nECKIVED DIRECT PBOM THE
rl beat Manufacturers in the country, one of
the largest ana Desi seiectea stocu ot
BOOTS, SHOES AND GAITERS
crer brought to' thU market, which are offered
tor nle at a iraaii aarancs on jsaKern coc
Small fronts and iaicK bales u tne mouo.
fall Paper Winflow Slaies,
ETC., ETC. ETC
WHOLESALE AM) RETAIL.
WE WOULD RESPECTFULLY IN
form our natrons and the noblio een-
erally, that in ooniormity with an agreement
OXUUIlff UDbWCOU UUtilClI .Ua U.O
Eastern Manufacturers of Paper Ilaasr
tagn. Window Ntsades, Window Cor
nice, etc , a hare established at this
place the only
Mammoth Southern Depot,
fbr Ibn wholesale and retail of coods In this
line; and that we aro offcrine foods TO THE
with the EXPENSES OP SHIPPING added.
OUR PALL STOCK
is very lance and complelo, and we inrite the
joiin w. nai & co.,
No. 22 SOUTH COLLEOE STREET.
Between Church and Broad.
T, J, YARBR0U6H,
Late of the firm of Weakley & Yarbrougb,
Grocer and Commission
Jl k k c ii a. w x,
SOUTH COIAEOE street.
HAS NOW IN STORE THE TOLLOWINQ
choice and select stock of Groceries, which
he ofle to the Trade at the lowest muss
2M SACKS RIO COFFEE.
25 BUDS- DEMERARA SuOAR.
10 HHDS. CLARIFIED SUOAR,
10BBLS. " . POW'D
100 BBLS. EX. C. SUGAR.
25 BBLS. N. 0. MOLASSES.
25 HF. BBLS. N. 0. M0LASE3.
50;ilXS. OREEN AMD, BUi K iras.
100 BXS. SOAP.
100 BXS. STAR CANDLES.
50 HP. BXS. STAR CANDLES.
25 QR. BXS. STAR CANDLE3.
100 BXS. STARCH. .
BO CASES KICHABDSON'S MATCHES,
50 BXS. CHEESE.
100 CADDIES S. S. TOBACCO.
100 D0Z- PAINTED BUCKETS.
50 D0Z. WASHBOARDS.
2rt DOZ- CLOTDES ZJXSS
OOO OOZEN MASON'S BL.VCK1SH.
500 BBLS. FLOUR. Jackson Mills.
5no BBLS. FLOUR. Black Lielc MUU.
C00 BBLS. FLOUR. Magnolia Mills.
SO BBL3. WHITE BEANS.
100 BBLS. NORTH'S P.B. POTATOES.
5 TIERCES RICE,
3.000 LBS. COD FISH.
23 HE. BBLS. MACKEREL.
SOOKEflS NAILS, assorted.
20 CASES SARDINES,
sn KKCi.H ENGLISH HOI A.
Racnn. Lard. Corn Meal. Bran. Spices. Blue
ing, i rapping Paper, togetherwith a large and
complete assortment of choice
comprising Old R C- Whisky. Bourbon Whisky
and imported Gin", Brandies and Vine3.
T. J. TAKBKOCOH,
21 South College street.
novlS tjanl Nashville, Tenn.
Thi,'d Natioiml Bank
W. W. BERRY. M. BURNS,
JOHN KIKKMAN. EDOAR JONES.
D. WEAVER. CUA3. EL UILLNfAN.
DANT. F. CARTER. EDMUND COOPER. ,
ALEX. FALL'S ESTATE.
DEALS IN EXCHANGE. GOLD AND SILJ
ver and Government Securities.
Drafts drawn in sums to suit on London, New;
York, New Orleans. Cincinnati. BU Louis. Louis
ville. Memphis, etc
5-20 and 10-40 bonds always on hand for
W. W. BERKT, Preaiflnt,
EDGAR JONES. Cashier.
JOHN KIRKMAN. Vice Preeidont.
T. 3?. PTE Civ,
AGENT FOR THE
Georgia Ene InsnrancB Co,
Capital and fturplaa S4.00.000
36 COLLEGE STREET,
Full Iron frame Willi
Warehouse No. 41, Founeenth street.
HAVE II KEN PRONOUNCED By THE
profession lo be among the best in-itru
ments made- Fint elm premiums taken
wherever exhibited Being one of the largest
manufactories In America, (boring mado and
sold TO! Pi.uiojin.ls07, we aro enbled to sell
at prices which dofy competition. Send fur
circulars and price lists.
McClure's Music Store,
Wholesale and Retail.
The undersigned takes pleasure in announc
ing to thf public that he has received anotaor
shipment of the liines Brothers Pianos,
among whiob is tha "Parlor Beauty." Small
sised Rosewood ease, full 7 octaves, round cor
ners and carved legs. This instrument, for its
fine qualities of tona touch and mechanism,
attract alike the artist and amatuer. The low
priaa at which they are j)fiercd. place them
within tbe reach of every one, hence they are
destined ta be the great favorite of the public.
My stock ot Hteinway, Dunham, Weber and
Kraushaar Pianos is large and varied, end aro
offered at factory prices.
In Organs and Melodeons,H deal in thelliard
ett enlywbich stand before the public without
a rival. ...
Sbeetmusie and small musical merchandise
in the greatest abundance, and sold at lowest
rates- novl-tf JAS. A. McCLUKE.
Farmers, Buy at Home
YOUR WAGONS AND AGRICULTURAL
implements. I am manufacturing tbe very
best of Steel Plows, ant) qtber Implements
Also, tragont of the very best materia! and
workmanship. J. II.RU.MSEY.
No. .tM South Cherry street, between Ash an
Muloerry streets. toctS Cm
Life insurance Coiapaa),
iVo. 10 Jlaxwctl House.
JOHN M. BASS
J. W. llUK iB
D.T. A. ATCHISON CoruuItV I'hjiieian.
DE.S.U-ST0UT Oca oral Agent.
A Soothcrn Home Institution.
JT3- Tiunrji all klndj of Life and Endowment
Policies nn mojt farorable terms. !mayZl
Presents for the Holidays.
CRANE di TVITHEY,
Importers of Havana Cignra,
and dealers in
Tobacco, Snuff Pines, etc.,
No. 15 Public Square.
IN ADDITION Tn OUR LARGE STOCK
of Cisar ae4 Tobaccos, we would call at
tention to our very larso assortment of genuine
and imitation Meerschaum Pipes, and a Hire
variety of Fancy Goods suitablo for Holiday
rresenis. "incserooas inciuae noreiues nerer
before brought to this market, and to enumer
ate which would require too much spice. We
myite an examination ot our nanusoma seiec
tion of goods, feeling satisfied that in the exten
sire catalogue of fancy articles, the public tuta
will be gratified.
declu tf CKANKJr IV1THKY.
Louisville and Nashville
BAIIB O A D.
FALL SCHEDULE, 1868.
commhscikg xovr.miF.it h. :s-
Trains will run tt follows :
Learn Nashville :IO A. M. C:SO P, M
Arrive at LouuTille.- I: JO P.M. -1:00 A.M.
Uotb Trains make direct connection at ixxim
ville with the JefiersonTille Railroad for t.
Louis, Chicago, Indianapolis. Cincinnati. Balti
more. Washington, Philadelphia, and New York.
jnormuK Aram iroui .iuui cuuunu m.u
United States mail line rteamers leaving Louis
ville attW) r, connoctinir at Cincinnati with
early mornin? trains East. Koa ge chxcco
frora Nashville to St, Louis. Chicago. Cinca
nati. and all principal Eastern cities.
Mf The 0:3U r. it. Train from Nas hri
does not run on SUNDAY.
Gallatin Accommodation Train leaves Galla
tin at V13 A..M-. arriving at Nashville at
1U45 A. M. Returning, leaves Nashril.o at
3i5 P.M and arrivea at Gallatin at en 1!
Genl Superintendent L. A N. R. K.
2io. 41 South College St.,
-RESPECTFULLY INFORM THE Tl'BLlC
XL that they aro prepared ta do every dfarip
tion of work in their line of business.
They put up Urlut .-Ills, rtnvr Tinm.
Machinery for nillllerle nmf Sfann
fiactarles. Castings of every description mads to orJcr,
and all kinds of Machinery repaired.
9 We will do work promptly and guaran
tee satisfaction, at reasonablo rates.
A. A. SPENCER & CO.,
S. E. Corner Walnut and Water sts.
aitfCIftWATI, - OHIO,
Liberal Advances made on Shipments, and
careful attention given to filling orders.
TO 8aoo PR MONTH. OR A COM
V ' k) mission from which twice that amount
can be made by selling tho latest improved
Family Sewing Machine,
Price 13- For circulars and trrms address
C. BOWEHS A- CO..
C2il South Third st-. Philadelphia. Pa
PjLAXTEKS' lIASlt NOTE?.
IN ACCORDANCK WITH AN ACT 0" THE
General Assembly of the SUIoof Tt atoe,
approved December 12. 145. entitldi an att "To
expedite the di'tiluou.m mi toe ffets of Banks
which tixo or nsj. o aiirnmentj among
their creditor-. notice is hereby given to the
l. Idem cf th notes of tbe Planters' Bank ot
TtDiu.M t ..-ent thera to the undersitned
at tne rtant in Nashville for payment between
now and tbe first day of January. 13C9. cr they
will be forever bvred.
D. WEAVER T o
IfHH V-'Hi.nl (1,
MY STALLION. LOTTERY. SIRED BY JOE
Lottery, his dam a Morgan mare; raised in
Jasper county. Georgia; grand-ire Burxm' Joe
Lottery, from t'onneclicnt. He is lM- hinds
high not gTOwnyet i years old past, abeau'i
ful chestnut sorrel, and an excellent traveler in
single or double harness. He can show Sjmecf
the best colt? in the State. Apply to
decS wCm Barnesnlle. Georgia.
BUY AT HOME.
THE UNDERSIGNED. BEING JILLY
plepared for manufacturin; Nan,
Boors, Blliidn. inside and out. Pivot and
Stationary Slats, Frames of every descrir tioa.
Brackets, Corniees. plain ami oraamtnUI,
Mantelpieces. Mouldings of all kinds. Base
Boards, Flooring. Poplar and Pine Ceiling
Plank. Weatberboarding. and Building Mate
rial generally. Also. Builders and Contraatonu
All at as low rates as can be Imported of equal
quality. Send orders. Punctuality as! dis
patch are our business creed. Office and Fac
tory adjoiningNashvilIe and Chattanooga Rail
road Locomotive Shops. Cedar street. Nashville,
aprf dAwly .
W AMTK 1.
X WANT A MAN TO TAKE THE AGENCY
X for Lloyd's Great Double EeroWifz. Maps "
iioropo aad Amerien. wun tne 4,uuu County col
ored Map of tha United States on the batk. is
sued to-day. aau neeJea by every ramily, school
and library in tho land, with patent reverters,
by which either may can be thrown front Each
map is C2zd inches large, with ribbon binding
and doubled-faced rollers; rost SlW.tn) and
three years' labor. Price $5. worth $00. A
small capital will do to start with. $10 a c'py
can be got fur these maps. Send fir circular,
terms, etc. Twenty new maps under wav ,
J. T LLOYD.
Bi Tifl dawl P 0. Box 121 Atlanta. Oa.
Get a Business Education !
AFfORDaA YOUNG MAN TI1KIMEANS
of thorough instruction in Book-keeping.
Commercial Law, Commercial Arithmetic, Pen
manship. Partnership Settlements and the de
tails of business by all forms ol corretpondenca
and business papers.
Tuition for unlimited timo by scholarship,
good iu all oar schools, costings.
Susilons day and night. No vacations,
fipelln.1 C.awtfc Fciimanahlp-
Send for our GelleAe Jounwil, cr fcr further
II. . KIRIIAKT. Hrlnclpal
Bex HI. Nashville. Tenn.
' decS dswAw tf.
msb8S89I?S? i3bbH 9.