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L,. W.McCORD, Editor and Publisher.
CTrKt 10. EAST COKKZB TTBLlO BJUABB CP STAIRS.
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FRIDAY MORNING, NOV'R 9, 1866.
New Goods. The new advertisement of
Meetsrs. Ward & Shafard will attract at
tention especially the attention of the
Architecture. Mr. LeMoin has taken
Mr. Williamson into his office, and hereafter
the firm will be LeMoine & Williamson,
No. 11 north Cherry street, Nashville P.
O. Box 375.
More Potatoes. We are indebted to
Maj. Geo. T. Allman for a sack of very su
perior potatoes. They weighed from three
to five pounds each. He has fifty bushels
more of the same sort.
A Good Sale. The Ballentine Tract,
which lies adjoining town on the 60uth, con
taining 1,043 acres, was sold in four tracts
on Monday at nn average of $90 50 per
acre. One tract was bid off by our energet
hic young friend, Andrew Ballentine, at
$100 per acre. Two store-houses, five
Btore-house lots and four office lots were
also sold for an average good price. The
family residence was bought by Mrs. Bal
lentine for 810,000. The tract adjoining
town on the north brought $36 per acre.
Tho land was all bought in by the lega
tees of the estate.
The Price of Pork.
There lias been considerable enquiry and
speculation as to the priceof pork in this
market. If we were dependent alone upon
our own resources, the demand here would
perhaps overreach the supply, and ths price
probably be as high if not higher than last
year. Bui neighboring counties have mfde
bountiful crops and fattened a great many
hogs, and they will supply the deficiency
here. The Shelby villa Repullkan says the
price there last year ranged from ten to
twelve cents, but this year it bids fair to be
two or three cents lower, with a larger
quantity in market than usual.
Drs. Grant & Abernatut. By refer
ence to ihe card of these gentlemen it will
be seen that they have changed their office
to the old printing office building, near the
Presbyterian Church. We join the popu
lace in an expression of gratification at the
success of our physicians during the past
summer, and especially during the 'cholera
epidemic here. Not a single case of cholera
was lost by any of them in which they were
called in reasonable time. The eminent
successand popularity of the two mentioned
above, since their association, about a year
agowill be peculiarly gratifying to those
who shared the camp and the bivouac with
them during the late war.
The election for Representative was a
failure in this county on Thursday, 1st inst
By some oversight or misunderstanding
polls were only opened in one or two dis
tricts, and in these the election was illegal
ly held. This will be regretted by all good
citizens, from the fact that it not only
cheats us out of a representative in the
present important session of the Legislature,
but manifests that the people have grown
apathetic and indifferent to all matters of
public concern. True the laws governing
elections in this State are burdensome and
outrageous but it becomes us to remedy
them by defeating- their advocates at the
ballot box even under their own restric
tions. This can be done very easily, if the
people can be aroused to an effort. There
is a conservative element even among the
privileged few of this county strong enough
to defeat radicalism; and it is 60 with all
the counties of Middle and West Tennessee.
The only difficulty is to convince the good
people of the fact that thev are 6trong
enough to defeat radicalism at the ballot box,
and thereby secure the repeal of all odious
laws now disgracing the 6tatute books of
The Fair Grounds are to be sold Dec. 3d.
Public Speiking Education.
In order to pursue il,e advantages which
resulted from the '"Educational Meeting"
held at this place on .Monday last, and at
the earnest solicitation of many ladies and
gentlemen who feel a deep interest on the
subject,. Jko. C. Lester, Esq., Col. Solon
E. Rose, Capt. Nath. Adams and Gen.
Jko. C. Brown have consented to address
the public at the Court House on Thursday
nitrht 15th inst. The larare hall in the
court house will be comfortably warmed
and brilliantly lighted, and it is hoped and
believed that all, including ladies and getle
men, who feel interested in the great sub
ject which is to be ' discussed, will lend
their presence to the meeting, and material
encouragement to the cause. Remember
Thursday night, 15th inst
Da. Con. Perkins. The friends of Dr.
Perkins will regret to learn that he has de
termined to make Williamson county his
future home. We bespeak for him the
kindly regards of those with whom bis lot
is to be cast in the future. We refer the
reader to bis card ia to-day's "paper, from
Lie', it will be seen that hisown residence
ia Pulaski is for rent - .
The 53d annual session of the Methodist
Conference closed its session in Huntsville
last week. The appointments made for this
district are as follows:
- Florence District Thomas W. Wain
right, P. E.
Florence Station: Jno. B. Stephenson.
Cypress Circuit: Thomas F Brown W.
G. Davis, Sup.
State Line Circuit: To be supplied by J.
Waterloo Circuit: To be supplied by
Savannah Circuit: John A. Barbee.
Pulaski Station: Geo. L. Staley, L. H.
Rogereviile and Driekill's Chapel: Joshua
Shoal Circuit: Alfred A. Barbee.
,y Richland Circuit: Jno. Sherrell, A. Clark,
John fa. Marks, Sup.
Prospect Circuit: John A. Thompson.
We extend a cordial welcome to the new
pastor, and bespeak for him at the bands of
his church and of the community at large,
that cordial support and encouragement, so
necessary to enable him to fill the import
ant mission he has among us profitably and
pleasantly to himself and to his congrega
tion. The former pastor so much beloved by
everybody the church and the entire com
munity will miss. The prayers of the peo
ple follow him. May Heaven's richest
blessings always attend Welborn Mooset
and his interesting little family. He goes
to Clarkeville station.
NOV'B. 8, GO CAREFULLY CORRECTED EVERT WEEK.
Cooton 3133 Bacon, hop round, 18c.
Sugar, N Orleans, 15l?i " ribbed sides 22c
" portorico 15ld3 " clear " 23o
Cuba 1415 shoulJers 18c
coffee A. 18J19
hams pain 24c
(( ( p ivfvil 1(7T Kit?. - i m it
" " " yelowl6(iel7 extra 13.00
Coffee, fair to pood 27(f2S
" family 1415,00
" fancy from 15 to 16.00
good to prima 29(530
' pr. tochoiee80vir.3;i
SCorn, choice white 1,05
deeds, clover 6,K)(r;t),50j meB. " 1,00
timothy 4,50 EIat, prime timothy 20,00
' hungarian 2,25 " hungarian
' blue grass 8,50 j blue grass,.
The follow are yesterday's Nashville quotations.
Bank of Tennessee, old ; Buck's Bank, - par
issue - - 41; City lianK, -
Plan! ers' Bank, - 60 Commercial Bank, 98
Union Bank, - 76 Merchant's Bank, par
B'k of Chattanooga, 20 JSorthern JianK, par
Bank of Commerce, pari Ocoee Bank, - 25
Bankof Knoxville. 50UanK oi s.ieiDyviue, so
Bank of Memphis. 93 Southern Ban!
k - 25
B'k of Middle Tenn., 96iTraders' Bank, -Bank
of the Union, parLife and General In-
Bank ot i'ans, - par: turance KA.t
B'k of WestTcnn., 43;
OF A VALUABLE
GILES COUNTY FARM,
OX A LONG CREDIT.
Ia pursuance of the last will aiid testament of Dr.
B. Carter, dee'd, this
Desirable Farm of 640 Acres,
aituatcn on Richland creeV and N. & D. Railroad,
and adioininu corporation of Pulatski. will be sold to
highest bidder, at the Court House door in Pulaski,
Wednesday, the 2tst day of November.
For cotton, grain and grasses it is biehly produc
tive, and cannot be surpassed as a healthy and con
venient locality. Moderate improvement., good
$15,000 in eight equal annual payments, with in
terest; one yeura' interest at all times in advance;
one-fourth of the remainder iu cash, and the balance
in l,2and 3 years with interest. Notes with good
personal security will be required of purchaser and a
oct 19-td B. F. CARTER, Ex'r.
Banner and U & A copy send us bill.
A GILES COUNTY
Cotton & Stock Farm
T will rcn t for a term of years, at the court house in
A Pulaski, on the first Monday in December,
THE BRAMLETT FARM,
on Ticeon Rooft creek, three miles north of Pulaski
Tho Farm consists ol one thousand ncres, between
six and seven 1 .undred open laud. There is a very
tine timotl y and herds-grass meadow, good orchard,
good pasture iand, comfortable improvements for
a fumily residence, good cabins for laborers, several
good tpriups, ana on tonnuant supply of ftoek wa
UT on tlie lurm. it is one or lucmort aeMrable
Farms for Residence and Cultivation
in tho county. Kor further particulars esquire of
11. J. Gordon at Pulaski, or the undersigned at the
th house of Baiiy, Ordway fe Co., Nashville.
Columbia Herald, Franklin Review and Nashville
Dispatch give four lnsertiw and send bill toBaily,
Ordway &i Co., Na.hvillo.
i.ovj-td C. N. ORDWAY, Guardian.
LellOINE & WILLIAMSON,
Oflice No. 1 1, Cherry St., near Church,
P. O. Box 875.
Plans, Specifications and Estimates
Promptly executed. A vaiiety of Drawings for
Cottage-, Villas, Hot Houses, Gardens, Parks, etc.,
to suit all localities and tastes, can be seen at this
References: John Kirkman, Geo. S. Kinney, R
M. Thompson, A. J. Duncan, W. T. Berry, Robert
Thompson, Maj. W. B. Lewis. tlstjan
w. a. davis, jos. Venable, e. t. caldwell.
EOB'T, A. MITCHELL,
ay is, Yenable &Co
Commission Ver chants,
53 South. Market Street,
' r- SIiVlLLE, TENN.
f? - - 'jr''t brands Eoje and Bagging, and give
V V fecial attention to se'-'1 and forwarding cot
ton., wILich may b;. hipr - us throug-h the Dis.
AsjioSir witic"4lprci ju.'JU. ..- iiov2-2ia
HUGH IsrCREA & CO.,
Successors to A. II AMI LTON& CO.,
Cotton & Tobacco Factors,
Storage and Commission. Her chants,
No. 23 South Market No. 23 South College Streets,
TT7E have always on hand Bagging md Rope.
V V We will have regular Tobiicco sales through
the season. "We ill give special attention to the
sale of Cotton, which ran be shipped to us in Bond
without paying Tax through the Assesor of yonr
W. J. FRTERSOIf ,
o. T. PICTOT,
J. W. 8. FRIERSON
W. J. FEIERSOIJ & CO.,
COTTON FACTORS, and
79 Carondelet St., NEW ORLEANS.
Refer to Ward Shapard, Stacy, Gordan a Co.
J. D. Flantt a Co., Gen. Jno. C. Brown, Pulaski.
Bull a Kidsrewaw, tr. W. .Nave, iLlkton.
Col. Jas. T.' Wheeler. Lynnville.and business men
generally of Columbia. aug 81-6m
. A. PARTFE, J. BLANT K'OEHEE, B. D.PARTEK,
Haywood Co., Penola, Miss. I'enola Co.,
Partee, McGehee & Co.,
COTTON FACTORS, AND
GENER'L COMMISSION MERCHANTS
no. 20O Front Street,
Corner Front and Madison , MEMPHIS, TENN.
J5P"Liberal advances made on Consignments.gJ
CHILDRESS & BATTE,
Being desirous of closing out their stojk of
Iry Goods, Groceries,
Etc., are now offering them at very little advance
on FIRST COST. Call and eqamine their stock be-
lore pavcL&ing cle where. . . .
HATS! ' HA TSff
A large lot of Hats on hand, cheap. Also, a su
perb article of
For Medicinal purposes.
Also, just received a fresh supply of
SALT, COFFEE, SUGAR, ETC.,
"Which wo offer at the lowest prices,
P. U. EZELL, EDMUND SON.
Ezell & Edmundson,
East Side Public Square, Pulaski, Tenn.
IIave just received from
Their FALL AND WINTER purchase. The most
Complete and Cheapest
siisrciE THE "wa:r,
Their Friends, the Trade generally, and
THE LADIES ESPKCIALLI,
Are requested to call and examine.
UncuTrent and Premium Money taken at Nashville
qnotati 3ns. Dried t ruit ana r earners wanwju, m
other Barter taken at their market value.
oct 19-tf K
JNO. D. FLAXJTT & CO.,
Have now in store on consignment.
50 Rolls Kentucky Bagging,
53 Coils " Rope
l,00Olbs. Dearden's Iron Cotton lie,
Which wo will sell for cash
Vt jNTaslwillo IPrices,
with freight added. Or.deliver at same prices to
parties who agree to shiy;eir Cotton to
Messrs. ALLISON BROTHERS.
and they will take pay when Cotton is sold.
We are also prepared to
Pay the Tax on Cotton
without any charges for advancing the money.
Also hav e standing orders
To Buy Cotton at Highest Market Price.
ilave on hand, .iust received, 200 bbls. Salt, and will
have fur the Fll trade constantly, a complete
Stock of Groceries,
Hardware, Iron Ac. aug $l-8m
Livery and Sale Stable,
I TAKE pleasure in saying to the publico that my
commodious Liverv Stable on Main Street north
of the public Miuare is now well supplied with the
Best cf Harness and Saddle Horses
Gosling Busies, nice Carriages attentive and ac
commodating Uatlers, and plenty of provender.
will occaMonally be on hand for a horse swan.
man may get either a ride, a drive, a feed or a trade
Carriage and Horses ir day, $15,00
Horse and Bug y " 8,00
" " halfdav 6.00
" " thort drive 3,00
Saddle Horx day 4,00
Bngzy Harness without Horse . . . &.00
Bucey IIor without Bugy 5,00
Feeding Horse muffle feed 60
" per day 1,50, pr month ... 40 00
march 23-ly J, II. J a pi so v.
ALLEN, i -HILL MeALISTER,
(Successors to J. A. McAlister & Co.,)
Commission and Forwarding
COTTON & TOBACCO FACTORS,
Comer Broad Sc College Sts.,
TTy10 5??? Bded t(l ret5re from the businew of
AJ- fctonng Cotton we have this day sold out to
ALLEN, & HILL XleALISTEK.
-T?1!-?,0011 iEFtor resigned to trsby onr friends,
will still have our closest attention, as we will al
ways be round at tho old stand, and will ship or sell
for them as they may desire.
Sept. 7, 1S66. J. A. Mr ALISTEB & CO.
In retiring ti C aton Factorage and Com
missior Bnsi:. .j. ' t':e great pleasure in recom
mendiu? oar successors, Messrs. Allew Uizx.
McAlibter, to the patronage of our numerous old
fnerds as every way worthy of their confidence and
B.iL-.f" ' J. A. MoALi8Tia& go.
Hy Reference to the above Advertisement,
It vill be seen that we have succeeded Messrs. J. A.
McAlister & Co, in the cotton and Tobacco Factor
age and General commission and Forwarding Busi
ness, at the old stand, where we will be pleased to
see all the old customers of the house, and out own
friends and acquaintance. We hope to be able to
give satisfaction to all those who may entrust us with
their business. Allen, Hill M'Alisteb,
nov2-tf of theoldfirm of Burge Allen.
j. e. gilbert,
Of Pulaski. Tenn.
Late of Guthrie & (3o.
B- j. Gordon, ot raiaski, lenn,
GILBERT, FARKES at CO.,
Wholesale Grocers, Cotton Factors
No. 59 South Market Street,
We are now recei vino; and will keep con
stantly on hand a good assortment ot Staple Groce
ries, which -we offer to the Tjade at the lowest mar
ket rates. We have ample facilities for storing
Cotton and other products, rnd will spare no paint
to obtain for those making consignments to us, the
hiehest market price. By strict personal attention
to easiness, we hope to merit a liberal share of pat
ronage. octl2 ,
MAD. BTRATTOS, HAMPTON J. CHENEY, BEN. P. SOT.
STRATTON, CHENEY & ROS",
COTTON AND TOBACCO FACTORS,
No. 11 Broad Street.
Nashville, - Tennessee.
Having sold our Entire Stock of Grocer-
es to Messrs. Orr & Bro's, we will in future purchase
COTTON AND TOBACCO,
ALL KINDS OF PRODUCE,
Entirely on Commission.
AlilUtfYTID 1 1 A . .LIT i r V ' i vm.
fha ti TfJHT'ST'M A feKET RATES for their Produce.
And should onr friends favor us with orders for Gro
ceries, they may rest assured of having goods j nr
chased at the
Lowest market Price.
TTo vinT nna f t.h largest warehouses in the city,
our facilities for the STORAGE OF
COTTON AND TOBACCO
Is unsurpassed by any house in the South. "We
have and win Keep on nauu ""6- ""i t"; "
Bagging ard Rope,
i nd several kinds of
which we offer on most reasonable terms.
"We will make the matter of
Receiving and Forwarding Goods
A SPECIALTY in our Business,
And all coods. cotton orothr produce consignod to
nstorKis-suuaiLiii win w t,cu,
the Wharf oi Depot, promptly lorwara at iue leasu
expense to the owner.
Liberal advances made on consignments,
GEO. H. REID, JT. H. CHADBOUKJ, X unu w n .
SUCCESSORS TO FRENCn & CO.)
COTTON & TOBACCO FACTORS
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Corner ClaTk and Front Stieets,
aUg3 tf NASHVILLE, TENN.
-VTTE have made arrangements with Messrs May,
V Gordon May. to supply all tnose who azrea
to ship their cotton to ns with Baling and Rope at
Nashville prices, with ireight addeo, and we will re
when the cotton is sold. They will also
advance the money to pay the tax on all cotton
shipped to ns, without any extra cbsrge for it.
D. H. BAILEY,
Formerly of Maury co.
JAMES M. CARSEY,
o. n. ohdwat,
of Giles county.
T. B. lAKPLt,
of Huntsville, Ala.
ol Wilhomson county.
Bailey, Ordway & Co.,
Nos. 5 and 7 Broad Strert.
tt jy, beg leave to return thanks to out iriends for
V the very liberal share of patronage bestowed
npon our house the past wanon, and would cay that,
having enlarged our facilities for storine cotton, we
are now prepared to give every attention to tba
storage, sile and shipment of all cotton ocr friends
may entrust to our care. We promisa that every
efl'ort will be used to secure tho very highest market
rhether soid here or in other markets.
make cash advances i-n all cotton or other
produce shipped to u. Oar terms shall iJways b
as low as snr other reliable houi. jt li-tf
J. B. STACT, - A. OORDOJ, M.MOILRIi
Stacy, Gordon & Co.,
EAST SIDE PUBLIC SQUARE,
3?ulaski, : : Tenn.,
navo justfreceived a fall and complete stock of
SPRING AND SUMMER
Hardware, Cutlery, Queens and Glassware
which they offer
At'Greatly Eeduced Prices.
ALL are Invited to call and examine the stock be
fore purchasing elsewhere,
march. 16, 1365- tf. STACY, GORDON &CO.
OSBORNE & CO.,
AND DEALERS IN
WAL PAP ER,
West Side Public Square,
KEEP the latest publications of Books, Newspa
pers and Periodicals, together with a full as
sortment of Stationery, Musie, etc., ere.
feb. 9, 1S65 Jcol-pd l.y
B. O. MOrjXTT,
B. B, XCX
H0FEETT & C0Z,
DRY GOODS MERCHANTS.
MARTIN'S OLD CORNER,
Sontr-west Corner of tho Public Square,
Keep constantly on hand,
Staple and Fancy Dry Goods,
House Furnishing Goods,
TIN-WARE, GROCERIES, fcc.
TT is their intention to transact a General Dry
Goods and Grocery Business in all of its details,
and the public are respectfully invited to call and
examine theii stock before purchasing elsewhere.
TREPPARD & CO.,
DEALERS LN COOKING, HEATING
COAL OIL LAMPS AND CHIMNEYS,
POWDER, SHOT, CAPS, Cc,
AJfD II A NU7 ACT TREES OF
TIN, COPPER AND SHEET IRON
ROOFING, PIPING, GUTTERING
ALL KINDS OF REPAIRING,
IN OB OUT OK DOORS.
NAETLY AND PROMPTLY' DONE
JOBS D. FtACTT,
BteK F. Ewin.
John D. Flautt & Co,
WHOLESALE and EETAIL
Eave Always on Hand a
FULE Aim COLHrXil
STOCK OF EVERYTHING
In Our Line.
KENTUCKY CIDER MILL,
REAPING AND MOWING MACHINES
FLOUR of all Grades,
ALMONDS and other Nuts,
SOAPS, Fine and Common,
ENG. BI. CARB. SODA,
DYE STUFFS all kinds,
Champagne Wine, (Pare)
Golden Catawba, "
We would call attention to our stock of
Hardware & Cutlery.
Our stock will bo found to embrace a ceneral as
sortment f the best brands and improved pattorntof
Wagon Makers and
"We invito the attention of Saw Mill owners to our
of th6 very best English Brands. And the atten
tion or sportsmen nd otners to our
Double Barrel Guns
genuine English make. A good assortment of
COLT'S OLD STYLE REPEATERS
SMITH wesson's brass caktbidoz pistols,
& Single Barrel 3?iatols,
god make; Cartridges and Cap of all kinds.
Woatenholm's Genuine Pocket Cutlery,
Sampson Goodnon &Co'a Tabid Cutlery,
Spear & Jackson's and Henry Diaton's
SUPEIIB HAND SAWS,
We have also lsiga number of
LOCKS & HINGES,
Lull Porter's aolf-fastening window shutter Hinge,
the improved Double Strap T Wrought Hinge, and
Hooks and Hinges Wrought.
We can furnish Woodrough & McParlln'e make ol
at their list prices with 10 per cent added.
Plow Moulds of all kinds, Bird well' Cotton Sweep
and Scrapers, Hall, Moore & Miller's Cast Plows,
Chains, fcc r""
Bellows, Anvils, Vices,
Horso and jSXnlo Shoes,
HORSE SHOE NAILS,
Powder. Shot and Caps,
WE will eay to the people of GiIcb eonnty that ws
intend to keep on hand the largest and best
STOCK OF GROCERIES
ever brought to this market, which we are deter
mined to o3er to jon as low ae they can be sold.
Having mado arrangements that will enable u to
Compete with tasKs Seville Market
we invite yon to call and examine out stocks, We
believe you eao save both time and money by par
ehaais? from ns instead otgo.aj away from home,
jan 5, '64-It. Je D. Flacit c