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MSHVILLE UNION" aMK AMEICAft? SlTUtULUY, ECMKE 19, 1868.
SATPKBAX BECEXBER 19, 1808.
XoUees cr Jfcw AdTerMseateitta.
In addition to what we have Eaid else
where of the enterprise and taste of Messrs.
Gates & Pohlman, in adding to the lub
Blantial improvement and beauty of our
citj, we detire in this place to call special
attention to their announcement of new,
rich and elegant-goodi, embracing all lint
clan articles usually offered bjr jewelers,
confident we do not exaggerate when in
saying their stock is not surpassed for rich
ness, beauty and taste by any in the South
Feck & Claiborne's Insurance Agency,
, 3G College street, represents companies
holding an aggregate capital of nearly
millions of dollars. Mr. Feck is
familiarly known in this city as a gentle
man of long experience in the business.
His new associate, Col. Claiborne, is equal
ly well known as an energetic and intelli
gent business man, and no agency in .the
country could more thoroughly command
the confidence of the public.
Faul, Tarel & Hanner, hare received a
select line of holiday goods, including
elegant gifts, both for ladies and gentlemen,
Yeatman, Shields & Co., sell furniture
silier plated and fancy goods, this morn
Miss Leo Hudson appears as "Mazeppa
at the New Nashville Theater on Monday
nieht next. She comes with s well-earned
reputation, and will doubtleas draw crowd
ed houses during the week of her stay.
See notice of assignee in bankruptcy.
Bemember the tale of the splendid farm
of the late Ben. C. Robertson, situated on
Harpeth river, takes place at the Court
house to-day at 12 o'clock.
Owing to the demand for Kline's co
logne, he is now puttiog it up in uniform
sizes prices 75c, $1 and 51 25 per bottle.
for the very best in the market.
W. D. Kline, druggist in Masonic Tem
pie, still has a few very fine gsnuine Bo
hemian toilet BeU, which he will dose-out
l mice as low as the lowest. Now is tho
time to buy a fine Christmas present for
It is conceded on all sides that the
'Charles Dickens" cigar, for sale only by
W. D. Kline, is all that lovers of the weed
could desire. For sale low, by the box.
In our city notice column, the Poplar
Mountain Coal Company make a statement
that will interest coal consumers, as they
propose tosell the cheapest and best in tb
Beech, Manlove & Co., offer superior
carpeting, dress goods, cloak?, shawl
towels, nankins, etc. at reduced prices. Go
and see them.
McClure presents a new and elegant
Christmas gift in the shape of music book
containing the best vocal and instrumental
Handsome and Substantial Im;roTo
The new home recently built by Gales &
Pohlman on the corner of College and
Union street?, has been completed, and is
without doubt, one of the handsomest and
most substantial improvements erected
since the war, and reflects great credit
upon the enterprising spirit and good taste
displayed by tbiB worthy and reliable firm,
The building is three stories high, with an
elegant cellar, and covered with what in
known an the French roof, the Aral of the
kind ever constructed in Nashville. The
building throughout is most hubatantially
built, the design being the work of Mr.
Kiddcll, one of our lest architect. The
brick work was done by O. S. Lessenr, the
carpenters' work bv E. W. Adams, the
painting by Milton & Ruth, the plaster
ing by Mr. Tankesley, the slate and tin
work on the roof by McCInre k Buck,
and the carviDtr necessary to the inside
finish of the building by Mr. Palm, and
the general finish in each depart'
ment will sneak for itself. The building
has an open front, with magnificent glass
plate imported from France. In the centre
of the front wall in the second story is
a magnificent clock, ordered and manu
factured especially for the purpose, which
was put 'in running order last night,
The building is lit up at night, and this
time piece will afford the same conveni
ences at night as in the day time.
Messrs. Gates & Pohlman are now com
fortably located in their new establish
ment, and for several days past have been
busily engaged in fitting up their show
cases and arranging their mammoth stock.
Each of thenumerousshow cases against the
walls are capped with handsomely carved
cornices, and thccounter cases are as hand
some as a person wants to fee. J lie wore
proper is finished with black walnut,
highly polished, and presents a very at
We may just add in conclusion that (be
large assortment of goods, consisting of
eilver ware, watches, diamonds, jewelry,
etc., etc, corresponds with the magnificence
of the building, and the firm may feel per
fectly secure in the belief that their enter,
prise, both in the construction of a house
so acceptable to their business and the ex
tent of their stock, will not go unrewarded.
Being fully prepared lo receive their cus
tourers, they desire to see a crowded liouee
durinc the holiday eift season. We com
mend the firm to the public at large.
fw und Important Feature in J.if
In addition to the security offered by
the Globe Mutual Life Insurance Compa
ny, of New York, having a large capita
beside a deposit of one hundred thousand
dollars at Albany, New York, also twenty
thousand dollars deposit with the Com-
troller of Tennessee, wo call particular at
tention to the following: By recent act of
legislature of Che State of New York, the
company is authorized to make special de
posits with the Superintendent of the In
surance Department, and receive therefor
tegitlered poUcit hearing the seal of the"
department, and a certificate that the ol-
icy is issued by a pledge of public slocks
onbonds under a special trust, created by
an act of the Legislature, in fvor of the
"Globe Mutual Life Insurance Company."
This makes every registered policy as se
cure to'lhe Jiolder as a national hmk note
or a United Slates bond. We understand
that Gen. A. K. Jackson has been appoint
ed General Acent for Middle and hast
Tennessee and North Alabama, and will in
a thort time have agents in all the princi
pal towns in his district, when the merils
of this excellent company aud the advan
tages it offers wiU be prtssnted to the pub
lic generally. When we slate that such
men as Gen. Jackson, Gen. Buckner and
Admiral Semmes havo become general
agents of Hie Globe Mutual, the public
will have an assurance that it is really a
This world-renowned troupe gave their
lftt entertainment last night to the largest
audienf that ever crowded in a hall or
theater in Nashville. The only crowtl
that ever compared, in point of numbers,
with that seen last night, was on the last
visit of Robertson's circus.
James A. McClure, Union street, has re
ceived large additions to his stock of music,
comprising many beautiful pieces. The
Kellogg Waltz, for the piano, and the
Aileen Waltz are both favorites with good
judges of muic
XEXNESSKE STATE BENTAX- ASSOC! -
Third IHy XbrBjHc Session.
Clinic at the office of Dr. Morgan, con
ducted by Dr. Redmon, of Louisville, Ken
tucky, and Dr. Jordan, of HunUville, Ala
bama. Tha society wai called to order at
10 o'clock, at. the ofiiea xf Dr. Cbisholm,'
wnen on motion discussions a the subject
or Microscopy were closed and the subject
of Mechanical Dentistry upon which a very
animated discussion arose upon the com
parative merits of gold, rubber, continuous
gum, in which Drs. Redmon, Morgan
Uiisholm and. others participated.
Dr. Love, of Louisville, introduced "to
Uve notice of the society Dr. McCIeland's
new base "Rose Pearl" or collodion, set
ting forth its merits, claiming main points
of superiority for It. ;
At this point the regular order of busl
sess was suspended and a vote of thanks
was tendered to the Nashville Medical
Society for the courteous offer of their hall
to this society during its session ; also a
vote of thanks (o the Union and American
and Banner for courtesies extended.
The order of business was resumed until
half past one o'clock, when the Association
adjourned to meet on Lookout Mountain:
This meeting was one of great interest to
the profession in attendance, and was
largely contributed to by visiting members
from the adjoining States. The utmoet
harmony and good feeling prevailing;
Suicides just now are becoming more
and more popular. There is hardly
a day passes but what we have to
chronicle some case of self-murder. Yes
terday a man named Louis Phillipe Goe
living on the Buena Vista, Pike, near the
residence of Judge Turner, fell a victim to
the mania which now prevails to an
alarming extent. From all we can learn
about the matter, it apppears that Goe and
wife did not get along well together, and
were constantly quarreling. Be that, how
ever, as it may, Goe determined to put an
end to his life, and carried out his design
'most successfully. He took his life
by shooting himself with a pistol
the ball penetrating the brain
Coroner Norvell bearing of the death
summoned a jury and proceeded to lb
place, where an inquest was held over tli
body, the jury from the evidence in the
case, returning a verdict that he came to
his death by his own hand, and without
any cause known to them.
The deceased was a native of Switzer
land, and represented to be a fine looking
and very intelligent man. On Thursday
last he had entered into an agreement with
Gen. J. T. Dunlap to take charge of his
farm, and carry on an extensive dairy
business. The papers were already drawn
up, and were to have been signed yester
day by Mr. Goe, but he chose to forfeit the
contract by suddenly closing up his affairs
with this world.
During the merrymakings of the holi
days, we ak the friends of the Union and
American not to forget the printer. We
do not wish any cctly tokens, in the shape
of rich jewels, or an array of splendid
present. We ask the presentation of that
gem, more appreciated by the faithful jour
nalist than any other, the meed of appro
bation, accompanied by public patronage.
If each of our patrons would resolve to
add one new name to the list of our read
ers for the coming y&r, he or she would
greatly enhance our obligations, and pro
mote the dissemination of useful informa
tion, and contribute to the fund of human
happiuess, by furnishing food for the im
mortal mind. Nothing could be better or
more appropriate as a Christmas or New
Year's gift than a receipt for the Union
anI) Amkkican for 1869.
A Railroad stuavu-l'p.
On Thursday evening last, about six
o'clock, a stock train on the Louisville and
Nashville railroad, coming to this city, ran
off the track about a mile and a half east
of Edgefield Junction. Four of thecirs
were ditched, and four others thrown from
the trace, fortunately, no person con
nected with the train was injured materi
ally. Five mules were killed, and a num
ber of others more or less injured. Five
of the cars were badly damaged, and the
Ios by the accident will be considerable.
The trains due here on Thursday night
and yesterday morning were delayed, but
last evening's train arrived on time, and
the track is therefore O. K. again.
A IJiMKiill Involving- tlio Right f ilxv
rutlon Tor Corporation Tuirti.
An actiou of replevin was ye.slerday
brought before Enquire Thurneck in the
case of Zutcher vs. the Sheriff. Zatcher's-
property, articled exempt from execution
had been xeized by the Shertfi, and the
question raised was, whether tbe exemp
tion of property for the benefit of poor
persons, under the laws of Tennewee, was'
guard against au executiou for corporation
taxes, and that in the decisions in Tennes1-
see a distinction liau always been made
between public and coriwration taxes-
The magistrate decided in favor of the
plaintifi', from which decision the corpora
A Jtar Fi;ut.
Two handsome and ordinarily quite
amiable members of the legal profession
were so unfortunate as to lose their temper
in the Criminal Court yesterday morning,
and a personal altercation was the result.
Iu age and weight about equal to each
other, tbe match was quite even, but Judge
Smith isHued au order for its (.oppression.
which was executed by tbe Sheriff before
an award of the cliamiiouhip could be
While in the act of alighting from the
rear of a Uiurch street car yesterday
morniug at the inteisection of Cherry and
Church b! reels, a lady was thrown to the
ground with considerable violence but not
seriomly injured. It seems that the acci
dent was owing to her dresa catching upon
the rtep.s, and the car moving off before she
could get it disengaged, the driver not
knowing the necestity for longer delay.
The xouiik man ficsh from the coiiutry,
who was yenterd:iy afternoon infonutil that
Air. Hanlmi had ju.it got here from Louis-
vine, liiaKing me velocipede trip iu au
hour and . sixteeD minute?, ciniply re
marked, "he travels like greased light
ning, l.n t .1 don t believe lie can tlo it
again." This informant don't propose lo
bet that he could.
Messrs. Editors : A lady who is not
fond of walkine respectfully inquires:
When velocipedes become the fashionable
means of travel through the city, what
kind of artificial locomotion shall ladies
resort lo ? Information is desired by Kate.
Who knows? We don't.
Sour-of the Slilrt.
Bell Williams was arraigned before Ju.v
tice Mathews yesterday on the charge of
straling a shirt from Wm. A. Dwycr, and
committed tojail to await trial.
Ml ill Court.
In the Commhsioner's Court yecterday
but little was done, there being only a few
cases of a trivial nature.
Close of t tie Case Against the Eagross-
I ng Cleric or the Senate.
The charges made against Mr. Wm.
Baker, Engrossing Clerk of the Senate, in
the resolution offered by Mr. Rodgers a
few Oaya ago, have been investigated by
the Senate committee appointed for that
purpose, and the accused exonerated from
censure. We append the rtport of the
committee as a matter of justice to Mr.
Baker, the resolution referred to having
been published in the proceedings of the
REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE OK SENATE
EESOLTJTION NO. 19.
Mr. Sfxaker: The committee to whom
was referred Senate resolution no. iv,
have had the same under consideration,
and havo instructed me to report that on
the subject of Senate bill 117, therein re
ferred to, the Engrossing Clerk has round
said bill as amended, and from the exami
nation of the bill it is manifest that in tne
hurry of business the indorsement of the
last action (fliarcn m. aSB8.) ot we sen
ate was not made on said bill by the proper
lerk, which, when done, makes it the law
ot tne latia.
That part of the resolution refering to
the money obtained from tbe treasury,
grew out of a construction of the law that
he was entitled to the same as the publisher
of a newspaper, and tbe committee exon
erate said Baker from censure.
To the Editors of the Union and American?
The last paragraph above refers to the
nnhlieation of tax sales of land in my
paper, upon which the Comptroller paid
my fees, and which was also claimed by
the JSev Jra. my paper beinc tne legal au-
vertfsing paper. Very respectfully,
Beat Eatato Transfers.
The transfers iu real .estate for the week
ending yesterday were as follows :
P A Feehan to Eugene Oltenville, lot in
Calvary Cemetery. S105.
J M Burger to L W Angell, land in Cof
fee county. 5950.
Eliza J McClung lo E E McCraskey, lot
W P Cameron, attorney in Ifact, to Law
rence Tyne, lot in West Nashville, $600.
P L Nichol, Clerk, to Wm R Jones, lot
on Broad street, $2,400.
Joseph H Hooper and Hooper Hyde to
O J Russell, land in 23d district, $183.
Robert H Manlove to Joseph E Man
love, land in 23d district, $4,500.
M B Howell, C & M, to ThoaM Eubank,
land in 7th district, $725.
E Taylor and Geo H Barry to John 8
Yedder, interest in lot in county, $2,500.
B G Hays to John II Minton, land in
5th district, $9S5.
R S Ewell and wife to V T Warren, land
in Miss ssinni. $1,600.
Same to W A Covington, land in Mis
sissippi. 51. GOO:
M B Howell, C & M, to Wm Bunket,
land in county. S4.417 85.
Bailey. Ordway & Cq. lo .Franklin A
Polk, land in Maury county. $550.
A A Hall, assignee to Wm Anderson,
interest in land in county, $509.
Geo W Phillips to Elizabeth W Phillips,
interest in land in county. $701).
John B'Bouret to Peter Heasley, land
in Williamson county. S700.
Chas B Knowles to Thos Langham, lot
in South Nashville.
"A F Goffto Olivia Cox, lot in eily,
Olivia Cox to A F Goff, lot in county,
John Schimler to Charles Lailenberger,
land iu 5th district, $1,800.
Btiirrlngo Licenses from December II
to December 18.
J G Burnett and Jennie Davis.
James N Willett and Fanny E Bayleai,
E B Copeland and Caroline V Ulaagow,
W U Dunlap ana juaitn nuney.
W II Jackson and Selene Harding.
Alexander P McClaran and Fannie
Wm D Hale and 8arah Alice Freeman,
John C Tyson and Sarah F Iloran.
James Washington Felts and Rosa Ann
G W Elkin and Mattie M Calcole.
Lewis Morehead and Lizzie Todd.
Carroll Ensley and Rachel Smith.
William Minler and Jennie Bush.
Polk Watkins and Mary Barrow. -Charles
II While and Carrie Richard
James Simpson aud Caroline Malone.
William Henry and Nancy Coleman.
George Oliver aud Fannie Frazier.
To Tboae Concerned.
We are requested to stale that Recorder
Mills is constrained, in consequence of the
large number of licenses now expiring, to
abandon the heretofore unnecessary and
laborious system of notification, and desires
those concerned to come forward prompt
ly at the termination of their licenses and
renew the same.
A Racing: Proposition.
There is a man in New Orleans who says
he will stake either $10,000 or 520,000
that he can name a horse which will beat
Lexington's famous four-mile time 7:19 ;
the trial to be made over tbe Metaire
Course, between the first and fifteenth of
Whoeier doTliesu IIootH Mlnplace,
Lark in Humphreys yesterday caused
tbe arrest ofR. B. Powers upon Ihe charge
of fraudulently obtaining a pair of boots.
The case was tried before Justice Mathews
and the defendant acquitted.
Goods Under 1'nlne Pretenses.''
A man named Robert Wilson was yes
terday arrested upon the charge of obtain
ing goods under false pretenses, from M.
C. Cotton. He was sent to Ihe Workhouae
to await trial.
Priscilla Payne was taken before Esq.
Mathews yesterday, charged with stealing
four dollars from a negro named John
Shark. She was discharged, and the pros
ecutor taxed with the costs.
!:iiforcIii tho Ijht.
A number of persons were yesterday no
tified to appear before the Recorder Ibis
morning, and show cause why they had
not built sidewalks in front of their prop
A Ktrcet Rnilroad to Go Into Court.
Tlie Superintendent of the Spruce street
railroad yesterday had a warrant served on
him for failure to keep the streets over
which the track is laid in repair.
Dlnchnreed from Caxtody.
The grind jury failed to find a true bill
against Jesse Williams, charged with
fraudulent breach of trust, and
yesterday dismissed from jail.
Elder J. M. Kidwill of the Christian
Church, will preach to-night at the Mill
berry Street Church. Subject, Reeoncilia
- CriiHiiinl Court.
iu this tribunal yesterday, the case of
lue htate vs. Lon roster, Prince Jvlwarua
and Alfred Davis, negroes, charged with
robbery, was taken up and the trial will be
proceeded with this morning.
He Wrung His Hands Distracted
with His Care.
Aye ; in the past, that men so otten praise.
When IIATS wore worn that now we could
In utden time?, (somo call tbem "good old
Men wrung their hands distracted with their
llut now our IIATS. so eay, soft, and light.
From all who wear a word of praise compel ;
Their Ct, their ftjle, their make, so perfect
Titer please all wearers, aud they ploase them
WAIN & WALKER,
Hutu. Cnuv. Fnrs null Umbrella.
decl6tf ' I
The friends of Gen. A. E. Jackson, late
of the Confederate army, were gratified 'to
meet him in the city yesterday. He has
resided in Southwestern Virginia since the
war, and is now a brief visit to friends, and
on business. We wish him a pleasant and
A Bttay Day.
The beautiful weather yesterday had a
good effect upon folks generally, who
thronged the streets the entire, day. The
Iadic3 in particular were moving around
muchly, and were laying in their nic-nacs
for Christmas. The candy shops are evi
dently doing a big business.
Accident to n Brakesman.
Wm. V. Hines, a brakesman in the em
ploy of tbe Louisville aud Nashville rail
road, was jammed in between two cars in
the yard on the Edgefield side of the river
yesterday. Fortunately his injuries were
slight, no bones being broken.
Stealing n Kocfaot Book.
A negro woman named JSiahey, was
yesterday arrested upon the charge of
stealing a pocket book from L. C. White,
She will have an examination before Esq,
Mathews next week.
Btato Dental Association.
The State Dental Association met again'
yesterday morning, and after the transac
tion of some important business, adjourned
to meet at Lookout Mountain on the third
Tuesday in July, 1869. . .
TTho trial of Mr. John Archibald,
charged with the crime of murder, which
has been for several days going on in the
Criminal Court, yesterdsy resulted in a
verdict of acquittal.
On the 17th instant, at the residence of the
bride's father, near Pulaski, by Rev. Goo. W.
Mitchell, Mr, Sumner Kiekpatrick, of this
city, to Miss Trakqcilla V , daughter of Iter
O. P. Reod. of QUes county.
Our kindest, sincereit .wisbej ar with these
happy, excellent friends.
DuaiNO the remaining portion of the
season, we will sell out stock of dress
goods, cloaks, shawls, etc, at reduced
prices. Persons wanting this class of goods
should give us a call. This is no humbug;
dec!9 If Beech, Mani)ve & Co,
One year ago Coal was sold for $7 and
$3 per cart load. The Poplar Mountain
Coal Company had none in the market.
Coal is now sold and deli vered for $4
Why ? The Poplar Mountain Coal Com
pany have a supply and intend to keep
one, and maintain the lead in selling the
Best of Coal for the least money
Elegant Holiday Pbesehts. The
"Souvenir," "Silver Wreath," and "Show-
erof Pearls," beautifully bound, embracing
the best music, vocal and instrumental.
For sale at McClure's music store.
Bargains in towels, napkins and table
linens at Bekcii, Manlove & Co s.
Fuit3, Forts. The largest and best as
sortment of Ladies' and Children's Dress
Furs ever brought to this market, consist
ing of Hudson Bay Sable, Canada Sable,
Mink, Kusaian Fitch, Siberian Squirrel,
River Mink, French Coney, Ermine, Wolf
and Buffalo Kobe?, has just been received
and will be sold at very low prices at A.
Lande's, 21 Public Square.
The highest prices paid for raw Furs.
At DeMoville & Co'h., Fine Malaga
and Sherry Wines, for cooking purposes
from $3 00 to lo $3 50 per gallon.
A complete slock of ingrain and Brus
sels carpets, at all prices.
decl9tf Beecu, Manlove A Co.
SoMrrniNo Nice for Holiday Pres
ents. "Dixie's Delight" chewing tobacco
in five pound packages tbe finest tobacco.
in the market.
J. & L. Whorley.
Ciiristmas Presents. DeMoville &
Co. have a fine assortment of drug, fancy.
and toilet articles.
You can get at DeMoville & (Vs., the
finest German Colognes; also, Lubin's and
Kimmel's genuine Handkerchief Extracts.
ScOTcn CArall Another invoice of
those popular caps just received at Wig
gins' 23 Cherry street.
Judt received, by DeMoville & Co., a
fine lot of Hair-Brushes, Combs, Puffs,
Puff-Boxes and fine Toilet Soapd.
Jdst Received. 60 packages Brown's
Log Cabin Tobacco, which we. offer to the
trade at tbe lowest rates.
decll 2w J. & L. Whorley.
For Christmas Cooking. A fresh lot
of Spices, Flavors, Savoriug, etc., at De
Moville & (Vs.
A BEAUTIFUL lot of genuiue Meerchaum
Pipes at DeMoville & CoV Nothing can
be a more acceptable present to a smoker.
Still Coming. Just received, a large
stock of imported and domestic cigarn, and
all grades of chewing and smoking to
baoco, snuff anud pipes, which are offered
at tbe lowest rates.
J. & L. WnoRLEY,
No. 47 South Market street
Landretu's Garden Seeds have been
received by DeMoville & Co. A large
and full assortment. Red and White
Onion Sets, by any quantity.
Tue very best article of pure Cider Vin
egar can be bad at DeMoville & Co's.
Tue finest ailicle of Brandies. Wines
and Old Corn 'Whisky, for medicinal pur
poses, can be found at DeMoville & Co's.
I.. C. CUI.SIIOI.M, Surgeon Ujitiit Ja
excellent work at No. 133 Church street up
Old papers, suitable for wrapping, at tho
Union and American office.
Beautiful 1 1 Those new styles of
hats for the holidays are all the rage at;
Wiggins, 23, Cherry street.
DeMoville & Co. have a large lot o
tbe choicest brands of Cigars and Tobaccos
Tbe Confederate Demi.
The Memorial Society of Nashville beg
to inform tbo friends of the "Lost Cause,"
of Tennessee, and iu all of the Southern
States, that they have purchased upon very
libera! terms, four acrta of tin) new Catho
lie Cemetery, adjoining Mt Olivet, to r
inter the brave and honored Confederate
soldiers, whoee remains are now lying in
the commons and fields of Davidson coun
tr. We hone all who are interested in
Iiia cause will send their contributions to
the Treasurer, or to either ofthe followingli
Mrs. Jas K Polk,
Mrs. F Q Porter,
Thos Furrell, "
Jno Kirkman, "
TJ Hsrditig, "
Henri Weber, '
Thos Menees, "
G CuDningham, "
E W Hickman. "
H B Buckner,
I C Nicholson,
Miss Aline AlcUaJI.
Mrs. Felicia. Q. Porter, Chni.
Mrs. H. B. Buckner, Treasurer.
trustees of cemetery.
Gen. W B Bate. Gen. B Frank Cheat
ham, Mr D F Carter, John Kirkman, Wm
Evans, M C Cotton. novSo t
NATIONAL SAVINGS' CO.
T.StMAKH.Pru. u.G.TARBOX. C.uh.
Deposits received. Loans negotiated.
Interest Allowed on Deposits.
CollMtinni mu a. and a I Oeneral Banking
Boa in ess transacted octl6 tf
FINANCE AAD TKADE.
, NASHVILLE QUOTATIONS.
tMITID 8TATC3 ASD OTUI2 SXCUBITIIS.
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Tasouiea Uondi . 65
" Coupons . 7S
Loai.iTllIfliIJshTilIa R. Kl Stock... 62
NwhvlIU It Chattanooga K. U. Stock .
Nashville and Chattanooga B. R. Bonds-
Memphis and Charleston R. R- Stock...-
Planters' Rank Stock .
Union Bank Stock.... ............
Nashville Corporation Checks. .
Bonds ( Id).
South Nashville Street R, R. Stock..
Suspension Bridge Stock- . ... 103
Davidson County Coupons 95
Co. Bonds issued LouijvllleR.R 82
" " other roads Tu
Mont torn try County Bonds- 55
East U'ennessee and Virginia R.R. indors'd 60
uOld . 13-j Ma135
Hit vr. - la 1?3
soirsstio aao rositos xxotuxsE.
On New York . par. 1-20
on lanctnnau u
On LoniiTilla .t".- " l.io
On Memphis " &
un iionapa anil ldverpooi . .yu pet pound.
ud uaonn.. aw
On Kdinbarth -.- 690 "
On Berlin.... 1 82 por thaler.
On Frankfort- . 60 " guilder
We have made arrangemenos to supply our
customers with Revenue Stamps at the follow
ing low rates, discount payable in stamps, vit :
On putohsses under $20-. ...Par
On purchases of $2(1 or more2 per cent, dis
On purchases of S50 or moro.-3K "
On purchases of $100ormore.3? "
On purchases of $2U0 or more.4Vl " "
On purchases Of $500 or more. t5 ' '
On purchases of $1000 or more ..4? "
Ail orders most be accompanied br the money
or ehcok for the amount. StMsps will he sent
ay man or upreaa, u mreciea.
40s. War of 1812-
120s, War of 1812
120s, not War of lSli-
lboa, war or isiz-
lGOg, not War of 1812.
Bank of Tennessee, old
Planters' Bank par
Bnion Bank . par
nion Bank Cert'spar
B'kof Chattanooia. 06
People's Bank 0
Planterr and Me
chanics' Bank 20
Stat Bank 03
Southwestern R. R- 30
Union Bank SO
Bank of Commerce, par
liana oi tvnoxruie, u
Bank of Memphis 95
Hank of Mobile 90
B'k of Montgomery, 50
Bask of Selma 25
Central Bank 01
Hank organs par
Bank of the Union, par
Bk of West Tenn- 25
Commercial Bank 05
Eastern Hank so
Buck s Bankpar
City Bank 65
Commercial Bank 25
Northern Bank par
Southern Bank 10
Northern Bank 4 ?6
Southern Bank 90
Central R. R. B'k- 95
ueorna Railroad Jt
Banking Co - 95
B'k of Aild. Georgia. 90
Marine Bank 95
Bank of Augusta 75
Traders Hank par
title x u en oral in
surance Co.-.... 10
Bank of Camden. . 30
Bank of Charleston, 30
Bank of Chester 03
Bankot deontetown US
Bant of Hamburg Cb
Bank of Newberry 26
ank ofthe State of
South Carolina 23
Commercial Bank 01
Kzchange Bank 07
Farmers' and Ex
change Bank. 01
Merchants' Bank 05
Planters' Bank of
Anmata Inanranea- 01
Bank of Columtiui 03
Bank of Commerce, 05
Bank ofthe Umpire
Bank of Athens. 60
Bank of Fulton 40
Bank of Savannah, 50
Bask ofthe SUte of
Georgia .. 23
City B'k of Augusta, 45
Farmers' and Me
chanics' Bank OS
Hecnanles' Hank 01
ers' Bank 05
Piasters' Hank 18
Union Bank - $
Gold made an advance in New York
yesterday. The following are the quota
tions: upeneu at I34J; was 134 at
10:25;. I34J at noon ; 134J at 1:05; 134
at 2:0o, and closed at 135 at 3 p. m.
Dealers here were paying 134 and hold
ing at 135.
Government securities were quoted in
hew lork yesterday as follows:
U. S. Cs of '31, .... H4J
o-zua -o-j, nvi
5-203 '04, 106
5 20s 65, - - . 107J
5-20., new issue, '65, - - - 109
o-wf 07, - - 109J
5-20, 68, - - 110i
London advices of yesterday quote
United States 5-20s at 74$
Exchange on New York was taken by
the banks yesterday at i discount and sold
by them at par.
Nashville corporation checks are iu but
little demaad. Dealers generally are
holding at 87c.
Tennessee bonds were quoted in New
York yesterday at 63 for the old and 6SJc
for the new.
1 lie sales ot Moutbern state bonds at
tbe New York Stock Exchange on tbe 15th
intit. tvero as follows:
2000 Tennessee 6', new........
20,000 do do 2d c...
5,000 do old bt c...
5,000 do do
5,000 North Carolina 6j, old
do bt. c.
do 2d cl 63
do bt.c CO
do 2d cl 60
3,000 Missouri 0j 89
20,000 North Caroliua Cs, old 64J
io.wu no do 64
ov.uw uo new - CO
30,000 do do 60
10,000 do do b30.. ...60
10,000 do dobt.c.b30.60
10,000 Teuueaseo C, new 65
o.wv do do C5i
iu,uw Virginia oi old 55
10,000 do new 67
The proportion of the January gold in
lerest to go abroad is quite inconsiderable,
as compared with the late November pay
ments. The principal collections for for
eign account will be on the long 6 per
cents of 1831. There has been a gradual
increase of late in the purchases of the
5-20s of 1805 and 1807, January and July
interest for Germany, aud a fair business
for England ; but on all the prominent
English and Continental Exchanges the
main transactions continue in the May and
The New York Post of the afternoon of
the 15th inst. says:
"The money market continues easy at
seven per cent, to borrowers on call, t his
ease, however, is rather attributable to "the
limited demand from eovernment dealers
and stock brokers than to a free supply of
loanable funds, ihe shipments ot cur
rency a yet show no abatement, although
it is probable that the return tide will set
m favor of this center at no distant day,
There Is a perceptibly improved demand
lor the better grades ol commercial paper,
which are quoted as follows: sixty days.
a to S4 per rent.; three to four month, sj
to 10 iier cent. Ah before noticed, pur
chaste of paper discriminate in favor of
that which malures before Ihe April uuar-
Washington dispatches state that tbe de
cision touching the constitutionality of the
legal tender act by the Supreme Court,
will not be made for some weeks yet.
Meanwhile, as there is some apprehension
that the decision may possibly be against
the law, there is naturally a good deal of
suspense in the public mind, and especial
ly among the heavily debtorclass, as to the
issue. I ha eliect of a decision declaring
the legal tender act unconstitutional, it
would be difficult to estimate. Its ten
dency, it is believed, would be to force the
government to restore a currency equiva
lent lo coin. The greenbacks in circula
tion would be either made good for their
face in coin, or, at the worst, their value
would be expressed according to their ac-
... a . .1 l
tual price in matxet comparea wun goto, i
which, is only calling the same thing by a
different name. To the holders of these
notes, therefore, an adverse decision could
work no positive'detrlmerit, so far .as their
present or future value is concerned. The
effect on contracts and debts, however,
would be another matter. It might in
volve the necessity of the debtor class set
tling their liabilities in gold, at the will of
the creditor class. The Cincinnati Qaztlle
"The result, in case a decision by the
Supreme Court should be made adverse to
the constitutionality of the legal-tender
act, is being canvassed thoroughly ifi busi
ness circles, but the possibility of such a
decision has no practical efTec on trade as
yet. It is generally admitted, however,
that government bonds would bs favorably
affected, as the question of what kind of
currency they are payable in would be thus
settled beyond any doubt or power of id
terference by Congress."
Tbe Cincinnati Gazelle says in its market
report of the 16th :
"The market for hogs is active and firm,
and prices touched the highest point of
the season, with sales at $8 509 gross,
and $10 5011 net for medium to heavy
averages. Some packers announce their
determination to withdraw from the mar
ket, being unwilling to take the risk of
laying up meat at these high rates, but it
is difficult to lie idle white others are busy.
It is probable, however, that the commis
sion packing houses may -yet be called
upon to put up meats far droxers who may
not be able to realize as high prices as are
Friday, Dec. 18, 1863.
Cotton. The market to-day was mod
erately active, with sales of 642 bales,
ranging in price from 20 to 21c for the
lower grades, and from 21 to 22c for low
middling. The market closed quiet and
steady at following quotations:
Ordinary .............. so
Qocd Ordinary .2m
Low Middling ...22
The transactions of the, day were as fol
lows: Received-... .. . S95
Sales . ... - . .-642
NASHVILLE COTTON STATEMENT.
Stock on hand Sept. 1. 1S68
necetvea to-aay sua
Rectired previously..... -15778 16173
Stock on hand. 12a
Corn Market active. Sales of 1,800
bushels at 45c in ear, and 6052c
shelled. Sales also of 700 bushels at 65c
and 97jc, delivered in depot.
Wheat Sales of 50 bushels at SI 60.
Oats Sales of 100 bushels from wagon
Cotton Seed Sales of 12,000 lbs. at
$10 per ton.
Salt 200 bbls. sold to-day.
Peanuts Sales of 250 bushels white at
$1 00 per bushel.
Chestnuts A small lot sold from
war. on at $3 50.
Dried Fruit Sales of 1,500 lbs apples
at 7c ; sales also of a lot ef quarter peaches
Bulk Meats We notice a still further
advance in sympathy with the Western
markets, all of which are greatly excited.
We quote shoulders at 11c; sides, 15c;
Lard Very firm, with au upward ten'
dency. We quote in tierce at 17J18e ;
in kegs and cans, 1813Jc.
Broom Corn We heard of the sale of
20 bales at 7 cents per lb,
Rags Whiteman Brothers pay 5 cents.
Lire Block Market.
Most of the cattle received are of infe
rior quality, and command from 2J4
Good cattle for shipping purposes would
bring 5 cents as the outside figure, and
good cattle for butchering are also in de
maid at 2J5c
Hogs are firm, and in great demand at
TJ7jc. A few shoals brought into the
market to-day were disposed of at CJc
Sheep are in demand, and prime would
readily command $2 504 00 per head.
The sales of stock for three days at
Morse's stock yard have been as fallows :
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep
Thdrsdsy 34 230
f ntlay 21 9 22
95 239 22
New Orleans, ft hhd ..
Vemarra, ID.... ....,
Forto llieo, n-
Cuba. V 0
Standard hands. B Ib-
Conee. A. lb
ii. m v ib
C, extra, S K UK
Rio, common, ? &....... 20
choice. "". 2iiUU
Javal " " S3at8
U0L1S3IJ AiTD SYRUPS.
New Orleans. V barrel...... 60a75
Syrnp 40a 93
GoMen Syrnp ................ SO
Superfine. V barrel 1 6 00
Extra Superfine - 7a7 50
Single extra...-. ......... . . 8aS 50
Double extra. - 8 60a9
Treble extra. . lOalO 50
Kami r - UO
Extra family 10 50a 1
Fancy- -11 M)al2
Factory. " " . . 18Ka20
western tioserve, f iD.........-.......i;ai3;4
Erutliah Dairy. " " 19&20
Young America, " "
Ohio. 7 bnahel barrel-
$ 3 26
, 4 00
- 4 00
Ohio. 5K " " .
I 8$a 9
. r &'a
Im Lorial ........ ...
$1 C5a2 25
1 25a2 ttl
Star. light weight, ft
Summer mould. 1 box......
Best Carolina, v u...
Mackerel, No. 1. ....... ..
f 21 00
Hairbbl. - 1
8 50a9 00
Kits. " 1
" 2 .
2 40 I
White, half hbl .
Sardines, quarter boiea .
Hair " .
American l'inli -..... .. .
Cross 3c Blaoknell pints.
PBE9EBVES, FEB DOZ.
New York, pint glass- .
Shaker " "
JELLIES, FEB DOZ.
New York, pint glass
" tumbler "
Shaker.'qnarta " ........ .
uuava, nail boxes -
CANNED OOODS. FEB DtZ.
lb can salmond- .-
2 " pine apples-
2 " strawberries..
2 tomatoes -
Sec. Tel. peaches class ats-
J pta pine apple, glass
2 pt cans asparagus
i I) team clams-
CATicra, ria DOZ.
J-jPU Eng. walnut-
BAUCIS, FKS DOZ,
H et Crosse Jc Blackwell
BRANDT raCIT, flB DOZ.
CISDISS, rsx LB.
O oa droria .
Licorice drops ..........
FIRE woass, tut BOX
No. 1 firecrackers-........-.....,
.1 TSaT 00
Rna ...Jl 1
vaau Wiuw, yr UUS . ,
Torpedoes, per 1,000
E1ISIX3, rss BOX.
,8 00a9 00
, 160a9 25
Lsmons per box
, match as, rxa oisr, ciddix.
HUTS, rXS LB.
OBicsxBS, rxx LB.
No. 5 00 v
3" 700-.' "..!ZZ
UQcoas. fir oil.
.. 3 C0a6 00
. 1 75a2 25
3 0:a3 W
,. 1 75a2 25
- 2 00a2 25
2 00a3 0
..1 20a 1 50
VlNCnCTUBID TOBACCO, FIB LB.
, 1 lEal 25
. 1 23il 35
. 36a 40
-2 00a2 25
. 40a, 0
. 30a 35
. . sound,
OILS AUD PAtKTS.
Linseed, raw .....
Coal Oil ,
Lard. No. 1 extra ...
Lard. No. 1 .
j uiio uaE, soie
Tennessee Upper, perdoi-
.-.JO OOaZS 00
50 00.62 00
American Pair ti ,1.
Kip Skins, per doz
35 C0a40 00
-50 00a72 00
Mints, per lb
I!H1! i.ih. j
. 60a 70
13 O0a53 (X)
, "-"- r uui ....
llarnesa Leather, per lb
Leather, in rough, "
Green Salt .
New (live getse)....
Per pound .
B0PX FIB LB.
BAOOIXO. FBB TO.
-7 50a 775
- 9 OOalS 00
- 9 00al8 00
- 6 00a 750
1 Wa5 00
.. . 6 00
Axes, per doz.,
Hone Shoes, per keg-
giuie anoes, per xez.
gpsdes, per doz...
Shovels, per doz
Cotton Cards, per doz
8TXXL, FIB LB.
American... GLASS, PI3 BOX.
SAILS. FSB KKQ.
Hone Shoe, per lb-. .
atrxpownxB, fix xio.
Dupont . ..
Fuao. per 190 feet.
SHOT, FEB Bio.
caps, fib 1000.
8 00 !
if acaboy. per lb .
" " aoi
Garrett's, per box..
sricss, rxa LB.
5 50&6 CO
7 60a9 00
2 7!a3 00
WOOD BUCKETS. BTC
Painted, oer doi
Cedar. " " :
" brass hooped
Larrs Nests . ...
Doulla Crown ...
WOOL, FEB LB.
BLACKLSO FEB DOZ.
FLASKS, FEB BALr OBOSS.
Empty, half pint
Brown Shirtinrs, J
Brown Bheetinn. 4-4
Brown and Bleached Drilling-
Osoaburg 4-4 ...... .....
OiQObnrx, plaid. .......
Spra ?ues ............ ...
Amoskeag . .....
Manchester -.. ... . .
Ulencore . . ..
Mallory ... ... . .
London Mournintf.. .....
DBD03 AND DYESTITI'rc-
Qainino,.....-.. ......... . $2 50a2 CO
lnuiro, best. .',,: ' 1 GO
. 1 G5
. 6 50
. ' 2a4
Camphor - .-
boots and a nor 3.
Men's Brog ,DS,AB Kip. No. U81 75a2 12
' v ii -ri ui
" A k " " o i jfioi rn
" u " 1 io.l Hi
TUE COTTON WAKUET8.
Charleston, Dee. 10.
Cotton iu moderate request but firmer :
niiuuiings sojioiaJic: saies iiu uaies ; re
Savanuah, lice. 10
Cotton, more doine and advanced 1c:
middlings 23123c: sales 1,200 balea;
receipts 1,596; exports coaalwise 8-14, lo
Liverjiool ,7S total 3,12.
Auguatu, Oa., Itec. 16.
Cotton improving; sales -120 Lalo: rt-
ceipts 7G2; middlidgs 22c; holders ack-
Mobile, Dec. 10.
Cotton sales 2,850 bales; market firm at
23c; receipts 2 249; exports 450.
Montgomery, AIn., Dec. 10.
Cotton market firm and good demand:
low miuuling8 -IJc.
Macon, On., Dec. IU.
There was a good demand to-day at un
changed prices. Tbe sales were 543 bales
the market closing firm at 22c for mid
dling?; receipts 567 bales,-and shipments
Atlanta, Oa., Dec. 10.
The market is firm at 21 to 22c for
middling; receipts 76 bales.
Hempuie, Dec. 10.
Hie market opened with a sharp in
quiry, and up to tbe close lew middling
was taken up greedily at rjj(a2Jc, with
Liverpool middling at23Kand strict classi
fications at 23, while several lists of strict
middling brought 24c. One factor report-
(d a small salef strict goed ordinary at
22, and another sale of 76 barely low
middling at 32. while there were also
many reports of barely middling at 23J
23, although late in the day a list of 71
bales middling of a good style was sold tf
the outside rite. The market was very
Btrong throughout the day and closed
without charge and nearly bare.
Cincinnati, Dec. 16.
There is a good demand for middling,
with right offerings, and the market is firm
for all grades. We quote ordinary at 20
21c: good ordinary at 2122ic; low
middling at 22J23c, and middling at 23r
23Jc per lb.
Xe-HlavUIe, Dec. 17.
At the regular, auction sale to-day 125
bales were offered and bids oa 70 bales ac
cepted, and prices ranged as follows : Low
Loxdos, Dec 18. Consols, 92. U. S.
5-20 bonds 74.
FkAHKTORT, Dec. 18. U. S. Bonds 78.
. LivzarcoL, Dec 18. Cotton Sales of
the week 59,000 bales, of which 8,000 were
for export and 20,000 for speculation.
Stock estimated at 354,000 bales, of which
51,000 were from the United States; the
quantity afloat, 255,000,. of which 10,000
are American. Market easier, but not
quotably lower. Uplands 10: Orleans
10. Sales 15,000 bales.
Sew Tork HarfecU.
New York, Dec. 18. Cotton a shade
lower; sales 2,900 bales. Uplands 25
25. Superfine flour ?68 40. Whisky
SI 021 03. Bice firm ; prme Carolina
9. Coffee Bio 9 J 11c Good sugar
dull; Havana llllc Molasses quiet.
Wheat doll and nominally lower. Corn
$1 121 14.
New Tennessee 6S6Sj.
New York Money Karkels.
New Yobk", Dec. 18. Money in active
'demand and stringent at 7 per cent, cur
rency to 7 per cent. coin. Discounts dull.
Sterling steady, 919. Gold firm and
active, opened at 134, fell tb 134, ad
vanced lo 135. Under private telegrams
from Europe, reporting an uneasy feeling
on tbe .Eastern question, there was a de
cline in bonds, it fell to 135 and closed at
135135. A German banker was a
heavy purchaser on a cable order from
New York Drjgrooda Market.
Nbvt Yobk, Dec. 18. Drygoods quiet
and firm ; Atlantic A heavy brown sheet
iogsl5c; Sprague's prints 13 jc; Simp-
ton's mournings lite
New Orleans Markets.
New Orleans. Dec 18. Cotton receipts
to-day 4,300 bales ; receipts of the week
31,034 bales ; exports to Ureat Britain 1,061
bales ; to this continent l.ayo bales : coast
wise 2,353 bales; stock on hand 131.310
bales; sales to-day G.500 bales; mixed extra
middlings ZSMZJtc; sales of the week
30,800 bales. Gold 135. Sugar easier;
common 99Jc; prime 12c; yellow
clarified lJfaliaic Alolasscs steady and
unchanged. Whisky, Western rectified.
$1 15(o)l 17$. Uohee quiet ; Kio 14
njc; prime Ab(ai7c
St. Lon is .Harkeln.
St. Louis, Dec 18. Plour and wheat
firm, steady unchanged. Corn 7378c
Uata 0G(a)tH)c Wbislcy SHW'Jj. Frovts
QNcraNATr, Dec 18. Flour and wheat
unchanged. Corn7374c Kye$l 3S
140. Oats 63c Cotton firm at 23c
Pork 50. Uulfc Shoulders lie.
sides 14J15c Lard held at 18c But
ter and cheese unchanged.
Louisville, Dec 18. Sales of 29 hhds.
tobacco at 5S10, for Ins to common leaf.
Hogs 99c gross. Cotton 223c Mess
Pork S2S6123 50. Lard 18c. Bulk meats
shoulders, llc; clear rib sides, 15c clear
sides, lotc; bams, 16c Whisky, raw, free,
Wheat $1 751 90. Oats 5758c Cora
6062c Bye $1 40. Super flour $5 50
mo to. Cotton imports for the week
Fanny Brandeis EvansiIIe.
Aid (tow-boat) Upper Cumberland.
at t -w ...
Fanny Brandeis Evansville, 12 sr.
Taliscaan Cairo, 4 r. h.
The river was still receding slowly jee-
terday, with four and a half feet on Har
peth shoals. Weather clear and pleasant.
The Talisman, from Cairo, and Fanny
Brandeis, ' from Evansville, arrived last
The Alpha cleared for Louisville, the
bulk of her cargo being CS0 hales of cot
The Aid left the wharf) upward bound,
with a tew of coal barge?.
The Fanny Braudeis is ihe regular
Evansville packet to-day at 12 o'clock.
She is in command of Capt. Henry Miller,
with Kitt Eudd in charge of tbe office.
The locomotive packet Talisman de
parts to-day at 4 p.m. for Cairo, giving
through tickets to alt points on tbe Ohio
and Mississippi rivers, and signing for cot
ton by the Blue Line to Neiv-York. The
experienced Capl. Strong, appropriately
dubbed old reliable, is in command, with
Capt. Ben. F. Egan in the office. All
The Emma Floyd is Ihe next boat due
from Cincinnati. She pjsied Louisville
NEWS FROM OTHER PORTS.
Oliver W. Kirkpalrirk, a well-known
Cincinnati, St. Louis . and .Nashville
pilot, died in Westport, Ky., on ihe 13th
mat., alter an illness of one year of con
sumption. He leaves a widow and two
children lo mourn his loss.
Capt. Frank Rodgers, one of the oldest
steauiboatmen on the Southern lakes and
rivets, died at New Orleans on Sunday.
Capl. Val. P. Collins, of Cincinnati. Dur-
chasd of Gideon Burton, on Tuesday, tbe
propeller cupper lor 3l,uuu.
Mr. Golluday, of Kentucky, one of the
sufferers by tbe Ohio river disaster, offered
a resolution in tbe House directing the
committee on Commerce to inquire what
further legislation, if any, ii oeccsjary to
protect passengers ou steamboats, and also
to report a bill prohibiting passenger
steamboats from carrying petroleum.
St. Louis, Dec 18. River falling at tbe
rate of one foot in twenty-four hours.
Louisvilxe, Dec 18. River falling;
five feet nine iuclies iu canal. Weather
clear and mild.
T71IKE, MARINE, HULL AND INLAND
L Transportation RHks taken 'at equitable
OOee Hoooad National Hank Uulldinc
Losses fairly adjusted asd promptly
JOHN LUM3DEN, President.
11. K. PRKNCH. Vice President.
JOSEPH MASH, Secretary.
Fur Cairo, St. Loalx, MempUIs and
' PH E FINE PASSENGER STEA M-
UK Talisman, Wm. Srauao,
Master. Btx.F Koam. Clerk, will'
leave 03 above oa SATURDAY. 19th Imt
4 o'clock r. K.
For freight or passage apply on bar"J. or to
. lland 42 Front street.
W. A- FEKBLES. I .
or.UARRlSON A- SONS, Ats-
inroKTtas, XAxrrAcrcraxBs axd bxalxb3 rs'
ine Watches, Diamond and
Silver-Plated Ware, Clocks
and Fancy Goods,
Corner Colteco St. and Pnbllo Square.
ABE NOW RECEIVING AKD IIAVK IN
Store a large and beautiful lint of goods
Christmas and Holiday' Pre3tnts I
embraciae all tha article known to Jour pro
fession. WATCHES AXD Ji.WEI.RY
Repaired, Satlaractlon ETanrnntefd In
Sole Agents for theQenuinolDerringe
It is the Oldest Housejof the
kind in Tennessee, having been
established, in 1839.
43-SUIlat.the old stand, " Catbonn'a
Corner." Public Sqanrr.
dV12 tf p
HAKRISON & SON.,
45 and 46 Front Street,
FOE.WAEUING AND COMMISSION
Steamboat and Railroad Agents,
BOAT ST6lt- DEAXTEKS.
THROUGH BILLS OP LADING ISSUED TO
all the principal Northern. Eastern. Wtet
tra andiSonthern cities by nil and waters.
Regular Weekly Smitliland and
TUB FINE STEAMER rnnuy
BraaSels. CarT. IIsxxtMil-
Lia. Master. Kitt Kddd. Clerk, wiili
leave Nashville KVKRY SATURDAY, at 1-
o clock ooon. making positive and close connec
tions at ETantTille with regnlar Louisville and
Cincinnati Packets, insuring speedy ar d reli
able transfer of freights to above points. Or
ders for freight solicited, and reasonable tatei
for freight or paiaao apply op board, or to
HARRISON i SON, Agents.
novlT tf No. 45 and 4fi Front jt
THE ANNUAL WEETINO OF THE STOCK -holders
of the Nashville female Academy
willjbe held at the Counting-room of IV. T
Berry & Co.. ia Naihvillr. on Monday, Janua
ry i. 1S0O. W. K. KLLIS1W.
eePIO till Ian 4.69 PrtiidenL
rpHE UNDERSIGNED TAKES PLEASURE
JL in informing the public of EdgofieU that
they have re-opened the above old establish
ment, recently occupied by C. ALTMKYEK.
where will be found constantly on hand, Freih
Bread every evening, nhichwill be delivered
at residences on leaving orders at the Bakery.
Cakes of all kiads. Candies of every desctip
tion. and everything usually kept in a
FANCY FAMILY GROCERY.
Orders for 'Weddings and Parties promptly
filled floods delivered to alljparu of the town
free of charge. GEO. UAZLEATOOD Jt SON.
Corner of Woodland and Barrow sts.
Notice lo Sbow Cause In Bankruptcy.
THIS IS-TO GIVE NOTICE THAT JAUE3
ter, Wm. J.Cullom and William Bowers, all of
Overton county. Tens., have Sled In tho office
of the Clerk ef this court their petitions for dia-
ehargo. and it was thereupon ordered by the
court that a hearing be bad upon tbe lamo
Oh tUe 38th day of Sec. uiber, ISO,
at the hours of 9. 9. i0. H A. K. and 12 M.. re
spectively, at the otace of J. W. Johnston. E&1-.
tteguter.iniavuirsion. uverton couniy. Aenn..
and that all creditors who have proven their
debt, and other periona interested may appear
at said time and place, and show cause. If any
they have, why the prayers of said petitions.
may not 'be granted, and that the second and
third meetings ot creditors win eenaa aisaia
time and place- , . ,
K. UA.iii'ur.L.ij. i-ier.
U. S. Diat. Court Mid. Dur. of Tenn.
dect fridays St
Ho tic toHhowCanie-In Binlirnpldj
JPHK IS TO GIVE NOTICE THAT RAW
IlnsUogina and A.if. llufhlnas. ot Jackson
connty, Tennessee, have filed in the oSce of
the Clerk of this Court, their petitions for dU
charge. and it was theroupon ordered by tha
Court that a hearing be had upon the same.
Oa tlieaotu Day of December, ISe-i.
at the hours of 10 and 11 a. if., respectively- at
theoQeeof J. W. Johnston, tsq.. Register, at
the Courthouse in Gainsboro. Jackson county.
Tenn- and that all creditors who have proven
their debts, and other persons who are interest
ed, mar appear at tbs said time and place, and
show caue. if any they have, why the prarer
of said petition should not be granted, and that
the second and third meetings oi said creditors
will be had bifuro the Register, at the same
timo and place.
e. At. CAXfiisUiij.iirrr.
U. f. Disu Court. Mid- Dist-of Tenn.
dsct fridays 3t
TN THE DISTRICT COURT OF
-a. United States for Ihe
Middle District of
Tennessee : .
SreixamLD. Tenn-. Oct. 23.1W1 The un-
denigned hereby ivej notice of his appoint
ment as Auignee of W. B. Pepper annL. G.
Purdue, of the county ot Robertson and State
of Tenneisee, within said district, who have
been adjudged Bankrupts upon their own peti
tion by tne uisirict lourt or :aia aisinet.
A. IS. liAJlttt.
nov20 w3t Aisignee.,
On and after this date, we will only pay Five
cents per pound for good country Cottin
Ragi. WHITEMAN BROS.
November 24 tf
Extra Special Notleo. Beware ef Coun
terfeits! Smith'j Tonie Syrup has been coun
terfeited, and the counterfeiter brought to grief.
smith's toxic svaor.
The genuine article must have Dr. John
Bull's private stamp on each bottle. Dr- John
Ball only baa the right to manufacture and sell
the original John Smith's Tonie Syrnp, of Lou
isville. Kentucky. Examine well the label on
each bottle. If my private stump is not on the
bottle, do not purchase, or you will be deceived.
See my column advertisement, and my show
card. I will prosecute anyone infringing oa
my right. The genuine Smith's loula Syrup
can be prepared only by myselC
Tha public's servant.
DR. JOHN BULL.
Jenkins' Stomach. Bitters!
NOTICX TO INVALIDS.
All persons suffering from Dyspepsia, Itdi-
Ctition. Fick Headache. Coativeness; all the
effects of Pever. Chills. Ague, or any dtrange
ment of the system, will find in
JENKI.VH HTOMACII ltlriEK.H
a certain and most effectual TONIC an J IN
VIO0HATOR. It U confidently reeommenJed
by some ofthe but physicians. a tha BEST
SPECIFIC known for all the disorders of tbe
Stomach, and m most efectoaLpreventive for
all UIASMATICAL inffoences.
It is composed of pare and lieah HERBS anJ
BARKS, and compounded on lbs moit acien
title principles of medical skill.
The Proprietor holds certiGeatea from several
persons, who have experienced the benefit ot
this GREAT STRENQTHENER AND RENO
VATOR of tho human system.
For sale able DrujiUt?. and by
Wholesale Druggist and Importer,
No. 39 North Market atrest,
novlS Cm NmhTille. Tenn.
ERRING BUT NOBLE. SELF HELP FOR
young men who have erred, deairo a bettar
manhood, bent in sualtf! Intii-r -(.vMi-.t.M r..-
of oborge. If benefittod return the poitaee.' Ad
dresa. PHILANTHROS. Box P.. PhilaJelphia,
BatcLelur'N Hair Dye. Thi tpltndU
Hair Dye is the best In the worlj. The ouly
true and ptrtet Ihie harmless, reliable, instan
taaeous. No disappointment. No ridiculous
tints. Natural black or brown. Remedied the
ill effects at lad IH.: Invigorates thii hair.
leaving it soft and beautiful. The genuine is
signed William A. Batchtlor. All others are
mere imitations, and should be avoided. Sold
by all Drnggiits and Perfumers. Factory 81 Bar
ear street. New York. apr23 ly.