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NASH.y.JLItE, j PMIQW Ami M$FWms TOfEMBE, 24,j ( 1866:
'PHE CITY. ,
Wis calf attention t& tKodecisioa of Judge
Cooper on the constitutionality of the Franchise
Tire debrit of the late firo at the corner of Cher
ry and Brood street is beihgcleaned up, and
preparations are making for- the ereetioa of new
The landing yesterday .presented quite an ar
tractire -scene with the fleet or lately arrived
boats. Business wo are sorry to ay .was rather
Thk Rer. James Moore, Rector of the Episco
pal Church of the Advent, arrived yesterday, and
will officiate Sunday morning .at 11 o'clock, and
7 p. a.
Sale or x Blood Horse. Mr. Jefl". French, the
well known cotton broker, sold yesterday to Capt.
IIamner,for fifteen hundred dollars, the cele
brated pacer "Bell of Nashville."
Wk have now the largest and most complete
job office in the city, and are prepared to do every
description of printing in a stylo that cannot bo
surpassed. Pjfrtles having such work to do are
invited to give us a trial.
Pjhkstly street, Capitol Hill, between College
and Market streets. U being regraded and mac
adamized. A number of similar improvements
aro in progress in this locality, which will add
greatly to the appearance of this part of town.
Social Rkuwos. -A most agreeable festive
party assembled at the rcsidencoof Mayor Brown
last evening. Tho members of the City Council
were present, and a number of citizens. The hos
pitality of tho Mayor was profuse and liberal as
Rhuoiobs Notick. Thcro will bo divine ser
vice at the First Baptist Church to-m orrow, at
tho usual hours. Sabbath school at 9 a. ji. Tem
porary arrangements have been mado for tho
comfort of tho congregation while the church is
The Louisville Railroad Robbers. Search
about the locality where tho marauders were cap
tured, resulted in tho recovery of considerable
of the property ttolen from the train at the time
of tho outrage. Capt. S. B. Brown, of our ci ty,
and a number of individuals have gono to Louis
ville to identify the patties.
The Coxcordia Harry Evkbktt's Bexki-it.
A large and select audience was present last night
at Concordia Hall, on the!occa?ion of Harry Ever
ett's benefit. The band of the lSthlRegulars was in
attendance, and filled, in grand stylo, the place of
a regular orchestra. Harry was in his happiest
mood, and the entertainment, in all respeets,
passed off in Uia pleasantcst manner.
As Iiiportaxt Case. Henry Bruuer was ar
raigned beforo Esquires Wilkinson, Patterson and
Sloan, ycttcrday, on complaint of Messrs. Bay &
Ramsey, charged with obtaining a note for $4,000
under false pretenses. Tho examination was held
in tho Recorder's Court room. Quito a number ot
atlon is concluded
Rkv- James Moork. This gentleman, who was
recently called to the Rectorship of the Church
of tho Advent, arrived in ourcitx Thursday, and
will preach his first regular sermon to that congre
gation Sunday morning. Mr. Moore is a Mho--
. . 1 1 ,1 1 . j n vnntltttKirt tlir
Ministerial efiieiencx and' Christairi cxeclancCfOr
-l . i. ,;T1 , f-.il tn lin if material
help to hun in hs new clerical field or labor. Mo
congratulate- tho vestry and Congregation. or the
Church or the Advent upon tho choice or so esti
mable a man to be lucir nccior. . . j
Worthy ok Cohiiisskratiox. Quito a number
of emigrant, bound for tho Southwest, have
passed through tho city oMato, as almost every
one is aware. Yesterday we saw a family on their
way to a new country, whose troubles were cer
tainly of a grievous character. They had set out
with n span of heroes ami wagon, but, not long
aftor one of tho hoires died, and they woro com
pelled to sell the othor, and likewise dispose, of
the wagon. The money thus obtainod would have
taken them to the end of their journey. The man
was robbed, however, when ncar .Nashville, and
left without a cent. We aro happy to state that
some benovolcnt individuals iatcrcsted them
selves in behalf of the suffcrors, and sent them up
on their way rejoicing.
The Races. There will be two races this after
noon over the-Xashvillo Race Course, -and somo
rare sport is anticipated.
, First race sweepstakes Tor trotters. Kntranco,
sUO each, hett llireo in five, to harness.. Tho fol
lowing are the cntrl": dcO.Putchcr enters b. g.
Whito Stoekiuw, ,0pt. Wiao?r enters bl. g.
Kentucky. Capt. Hanmer enter! roan g. Honest
J Second race, match for $100. Milo heats to har
ness, to be driven by tho celebrated lieht weights,
Henry Bruner and Theo. Unnmcr. Tho follow
ing are the entries'. Henry Bruner entors s. g.
Rcdbuck, paeor. Thco. Ilwimcr enters s. g.
Marriage LtrESSK. The following is list of
marriage liconscs(white) issued for tho wock'6nd
ing Friday. November 23, 18C6:
J. P. Tucker to Jennie A. Hughes.
Chas. Smith to Athanda Johnson.
Wm, Townrcnd to Melvlna Beard.
Tlicoiore L. Mai-en to Lucy A. Floyd.
John Halo tt Anna Shane.
Martin Nicholson to Julia Lamer.
John llusey to Honora Uelin.
Joseph Lung t- Mary McCIcndon.
Jcjscc N. linggto Albertinc Savage.
Jncob Miller t.- Fanny F. Jackson.
Tho;. Canning to Annie Haran.
John H. Wood to Rosa McWilliaras.
John Kinney to Kate Dougherty.
TheSoirbe and Scrptit. We dropped in a fow
minutes last evening at Masonie Hall to got a
glimpse ot tfec ajrangementsin connection with the
soiree and supper giveu W tho TednosseejEenev
olcnt Artociation. Everything was preparod in
magnificent style. The tables fairly groaned be
neath the Ia 1 of good things, most temptingly
displayed. From the stage a fine band discoursed
delightful music while the cas light shown down
upon a brilliant throng. Tho fair of Nashville's
daughter?. auJ the chivilroui of her sons were
out in full Tnrce. awl we have certiinly seldom
seen a more rivm-iou crowd. Every ono seemed
to bo enjoj hie himself to thoiitmot. Wo ascer
tain those ladies, kind hearted and generous crea
tures, whnoarried on the work of soHaitins,moncy
wero in their clement, and aro quite co'nfident
that the receipts will bo worthy of tho object for
which they are designed. This afternoon at three
o'clock, tho soiree will be continued. TickoU.of
admission oe Hollar.
Yksterpay was a particularly quiet day. Not
more than a couple arrests were mado from early
in tho "morning nntil'latcat night. Hardly a soli
tary bummer ra to be seen from daylight to
dark. In hhurt, everything was peaceful, quiet
and serene. Wo did witness ene amusing inci
dent, however, in the courso of the afternoon:
Passing a rather retired allcyrunning from Broad
street, we saw a mule attached to a dilapidated
express wagon I owl ed wi th f tsvc wood. Tho hind
wheel ef the vehicle had plunged into a rut and
tho mule had balked. There was a tremendous
nmount of hallowing from tho unique looking
specimen of the negro nwc who filled tho place or
driver. Near by, sunning themselro along n
.v..iinriH trail, sat a row or colored individuals
who were enjoying the perplexity or tho owner or
the persistent, inuio. iueir iouu taugasanuna
ha'f might have been heard a couple or squares at
leaU and would have been sufficient to eonqucr
even the patience or old Job himself bad he been
there Dropping the lines, the driver of the re
fractory mule mado a rush Tit tho row cf blacks
display ed against tho warU There followed a se
ries of gymnafrtic Teats resembling the school-boy
n. nr i..aiv-frnr. Exarzerated feet twinkled in
the air. and numerous acrobatic feat? fpllowed.as
tho exasperate! negro layod about him with a
will. It was as good as a first class circus. The
performance. inighthavo continued for an indefi
nite lenf tb'of time but fvr.the sudden appearance
around the comer of a cdnple of stray policemen.
Recorder's Court. Mjss Jclia Hamiltox was
honored with tho firsVcaH on the' docket. It ap
pears that a woman named Nellie Jouxsosboi
bared In1 a very disorderly Imann'cr at a ball?
held at theTairfield Palace, on the Lebanon Pike.
A policeman was called in, and while, endeavor
ing to quiet" Xklla, Julia Hajiiltox intcrferred
and threatened to knife him if ho attempted to
make any arrests.- Her demonstrations ,were. ex-,
tremel jijpugilistic, 'and thOi officer released ;Mi
Johxsx and topk iJtrjJA dntejeustody. .BhoTvasj
represented at tho Conrt by a responsible party,
andfined$29. 1 -
Watt Payxe, on Thursday, engaged in the
pleasant pastime of giving his olcf woman a
thrashing. He then turned oa a young man
namcd'WRAY GYAY.'who resented his advances by
knocking him down with a billet of wood. Both
parties were arrested and fined S9 apiece.
Caledonia RoBBixsr Maria. White and Madi
SOX WniTE,' colored. -were up for disorderly con-'
duct The case was of such a trivial nature the
parties wero discharged without cost.
Jons Coleman, colored, was fined 14 forstrik-
in n littlo wl.itn hnv. son of JoiIX D. JAMES. Esn.
Wm. Calhoux, colored, arrested 'for being drunk
and abusing liu wile, was muicieu in me sum
A young man was fined $14 for engagingjin a'
raw un c&uvuubucck.
H. J. Ivnis, a colored soldier, who stated he
was recruiting in Shelbyville to go to Mexico, was
picked up in. Smoky Row by the police, where he
was flourishing ahugo pistol,, and endangering
the lives of the denizens in that locality. Judge
Foster required him to dcpo3it $U of his bounty
to thercdit of the corporation. .
A. Slaughter, for .disorderly conduct; had his
ewe continued until Monday.
Charles Kreetiman, a white man, was arrested
for lewdness with a black wench named Anna Da
vis. The evidence was conclusive Uiatxhey had
been living together aa man and wife for the past
six months. The white man was fined $231 the girl
was let off for $9. . . , .t-
J. W. Carpenter, proprietor of the Nashville
Sprinkling carts, was charged on three warrants
with drawing water from the scrvico pipe to
sprinkle tho streets aftor the hour' specified by
law. It was evident Mr. Carpenter was ignorant
of having violated tho law, and'tlie cases wero
dismissed at his cost.
fi. Waggoner, tho prosecuting witness in the
case of lewdncsl against Kreitiman, was. arrested
on complaint or that gentleman Jbr disorderly
conduct, and fined S9. ? .
Two young men, who request their names sup
pressed, were fined $9 apiece for disorderly con,
duct. " . - i
Elira Mooro and Major Baker, colored, for cre
ating a disturbance, paid $9 apiece.
Real Estate Traksfees. Tho following are
the transfers of real estate for the week ending
Friday, "November 23, 1SG6.
M. B. Howell, Clerk and Master, to J. Bell
Reddick. deed of lot in Harlam's addition, $1,(130.
B. F. Foster to Robert Foster deed of, lots Jn
Soiith Nashville. $1,130. ' ' '
M. B. Howell, Clerk and Master, to William
N. Patterson, deed to thirteen acres of land in
P. N.Compton and wife to Holt, deed of
200 ncrcs land in Arkansas, $1,000.
A.J. Caldwell to Williamson Younger, deed of
land in Gibson county, $2,800. "
William Dix, trustee, and Polly Dix to Win.
Austin.deedof lot in city. $2,000. .
M. G. L. Claiborne to David Hughes, deed or
threo lots in Maury .fc Claiborne's addition, $1,355.
J. C. Thompson to Lucy L. Marlin, deed or lot
near Memphi?. 53.G00.
J, Minnick Williams to Sarah A. M. Spitter.
deed or lot in William's addition to .Edgefield,
$750. , ,
Mary Jano Walkerjo. G.B. Yanrioy and ethers
deed of undivided interest iri lot on Dcaderick
'J. Minnick Willikms to-Oscar Bohme, deed -of
two lots in William's addition to Edgefield, $2,150.
George E. Cook and George W. Smith, by hos.
B. Johnson, attorney in fact, to Henry D. Hill,
deedof .fifteen acres f land in district No,;fiVe.
$1,329 V). ' " ' ' '
W. T. Berry Jind others to Nashville-Protestant
Orphan Asylum, deed orBoscobel lota in David
son oouutjy $20,300. - -
James C. Owen, by J. 'II. Callcndcr. attorney in
fact, to Godfrey Allen, deed of lot in Davidson
Thomas and L. B. Fite to W. and J. .Walworth,
deed of interest in land inPBe'dford countyl'$350.
Church 'Raspberry to J. U. Raspberry, Ideed or
land in Davidson county, $100.
V. Iv. Stcroiwnn to 11. S. Peach, deed O. lot in
hwings addition. $o(X).
James II. Lightfijat- to-Chadb"
deedof land inr.xas- r
bourne & Micf
bourne & Millei
Jhmis li: Lrghtfo"ot to Chadboume
W. V. Bang to G. B.Vannoy and others, deed of
undivided interest in lot in city, $1,600 GO.
A Gexkral Ixterkst. Tho policylof insurance
against loss, aslt becomes more generally' 'underS
stood, incrcascsMn favor with the public, and "is
getting to bo the rulo and not tho exception. Ex
perience has demonstrated that associated capital
can take risks that indlvidualscannot. It is no
longer necessary to mako arguments to demon
strattrtheiiracticability'of buiincsS of thtiTehar,!
actcra3 generally condueted.jbutthe extension.,
of risks to live stock is comparatively a now fea
ture to which the atteution of tho public has not
been sufficiently directed.
We have heretofore called attention to the Tex-,
xes.see Live Stock Ixsosaxce Company, organ
5(1 by and under the control of some olthe most
substantial and reliable citizens or Tennessee.
Our present purpose is'simply to ask what argu
ment can be mado in favor rany character or
insuranco that will not apply with equal
forco to this. The danger of loss is not
less while the cost of insuranco is not greater. If
wo can afford, by this system, to guard against
iossinthe one'instance, whynot in tho "other"?
ly associated efforts har.ards of every kind can be
materially lessened. This is the main ground
upon which tho principle or insurance is based,
A policy oT the Live Stock Coar axy insures
against theft as well as disease. The disordered
stato or the country haa greatly increased risks or
this character. No owner or valuable stock, who
with due attention to the subject, can fail to sec
that it is to his intrest to avail himsoirorthis new
feature in the insurance business.
Tho company organized in this State is under
the control ' of gontlomen or such standing as to
warrant full confidence in its management. Wo
arc prompted to call attention to this subject from
a desire to advance an important public interest.
Wo trust that our suggestions will be duly con
idered. Nor QtriTfi Married. A very respectable ap
pearing white man, by the name of John H.
Wood,ealledjn Esquiro PW. BricnThursday
night, wfth the requestthat ho would perforin the
ceremony between him and Miss Roso McWil
iiams, a young lady whom ho represented as "a
first rate gal, but she isn't white." The Esquiro;
informed the ardent youth that if ho desireda
union with the aforesaid "yaller gal," ho must
emigrate to a State that toleratul miscegenation
that he was amcnablo to the laws of Tcnncssc'd if
he attempted it hero. On examination of the li
censes issued by the County Court Clerk, it will be
seen that it was regularly issued. Or course the
Clerk was ignorantor tho fact of the lady being a
negro. Wo presume Mr. Wood will encounter
serious difficulties if,ho ondeavors to cdtfsuminato
the marriage in this State.
R. H. Sisoletox has reccivod Wilks Spirit of
tho Times, Clipper, Field, Turf and Farm.
Ledger. Chimney Corner, Album, "Banner of
Light, Artisan, Irish American, People, Pilot,
Metropolitan Record, Knoxville Whig. Independ
ent. Bon Ton, Catholic World, andbcott's Month
ly Magazine for December, also iunniest of i nn,
Leslie Pictorial, and all the latest lcadme
CiiRtTMAS is Comixq. It will bo seen from an
ad rcrtisement elsewhere that Charles Robertson,
the well-known baker and confectioner, li Mar
ket street, has, in addition to his regular stock,
received a largo assortment of fancy articles suit
able for the Christmas holidays. Mr. Robertson 13
one of our old, reliable merchanls.and those who
are looking around for present for the little
ones" should give him a call.
Paixtixo. Our neighbors Messrs. Hutchison &
Fleming, as will bo seen from advertisement, are
Jirepared to do house and sign painting of every
lescription. They are reliable, worthy gentle
men, and Mr. Fleming has been long and favora
bly known to our citizens .for tho -superiority w
his workmanship.' -
In Planters' Bank Money wanted at the Bank
ing Honse of the National Savings Company, for
which Sic in the dollar will be paid.
2t Titos. S. MarR. President.
IS j ' 7 v f
I PATCH Printing Office, corner Bank and
Printers' Alleys. It is well adapted for a Printing
Office, a Furnjturc Factory, or other purpose
nov24-tr ' '
- HXW PAKTXERSIIIF.
JUDGE JOHN S. BRIEN k JNOlUlJURCH
ATTORNEYS AT .LAW.,
1- NO. -04 CHERRY STREET A J w
lock box ea NASHVBLE,.TENN
A NY NUMBER CAN W OBTAINED AT
A tho "TRABUE HOME," 2lA miles on the
Slurfreesboro Pike, at
, w 1 m f ton,
$1.00 Per Hundred,
By applying to tho gardener on the ground, or by
r. . tt: 1 rrtiiA .(..At,
They'ihouldbeplanted'during this month: -
In Store 4ana'tbrJS$Ste;.
r A A BARRELS FLOUR. ALL GRaI)FS
2 car loads Com, (old ;) '
" M t .Mil l!t I
1 carload Cement, (fresh I)
30 barrets liominy " 4
1 car load Meal for cow feed ;
Tho clicapcst article in tho market".
RHEA, SMITH & CO.
NO. 32 CmJKCIl1 STREET,
HAS ALWAYS ON HAND A GOOD .As
FAINTS. OILS. ' .
and WINDOW SHADES.
HUTCHISON & FLEMING
Are prepared to do House and Sign Painting in
all branches and in superior style; 'Paint Shop
Corner Bank and Printers' Alleys. nov24-tf
31s. ii'LAuonLix.. o. w. h. butler. V. a. irwix.
Formerly orNevins, Keith t Co.
M'LA.TjGHLIN, BUTLER & CO.,
(Successors to F. A. Irwin & Co.,)
' dealers is
U RANDIES, WISES AND HCIUOBS,;
Corner JInrltct and Clnrlt Streets,
' We pay tho highest market prices for Dried
Fruit, Feathers, Beeswax, Uinscng, and Country
Produce generally. nov24-lm
CIIAS. ROBERTS OUT, I
SO. 17 S. MARKET STREET,
?OULD KEMINDHI3 OLD FRIENDS AND
,VV Customers that he is more than ever pro-
Bared to supply them with the very best oILight
read, Crackers, Cakes, Candies, etc.
He has also on hand the best or Wines, suita
ble ror medical purposes, besides a superior lot of
imported Scotch Ales and London Porter. and
fine "brands of Cigars. Also, Currants, Raisins,
Citron. Figs, Dates. Nuts, etc.
Just received, a large assortment of Fancy Arti
cles, embracing Toys, Firecrackers, Masks, and a
very line assortment or Fancy Conrectionery.
suitablo ror -Christinas Holidayswhtehwillibo
sold "wholesale and retail. Tiov2t-tr
T. HAVE ADMITTED J. HrRUGGLES AS A
L partnerln my business, dating from thb 19th
instant. J. ILOWtKS.
Nashville. Nov. 21, ISoo-
FLOWERS & RUGGLES,
Silver ani Silver Plated Ware,
FANCY GOODS, SPECTACLES,
ETC.. ETC.. ETC.,
NO. f i UNION STREET,
( V.; .NASHVILLE,, TENN., jf
" a nwEltS'
Endorsed by the Press and the Peoples-Pro Bono"
1 T IS AN ENTIRELY NEW JJREADSTUFF.
1 unlike any olher ever introduced in America,
possessing, tho following merits over other vane-
tta nml tWMtlTfir 111 ATI ft tn itsou: it will nnen as
far 'North as Boston, planted even tho 1st of
August? heneoTitncr varieties win not mix ,ttuu.
it It is estimated, from its very prolific qualities;
to yield 1) bushel? .por acre on rich lands; the
yield, however, is-flattering on any variety or
soil. It weighs, by sealed measure, &)4 pounds
tn ,1,0 hmlirl ft crniT.i in tho form of a tree, and
thirty-ibur spikes have grown upon on6 stalk phi
thin soil! ror aomcsiic usu it n uuyaiiiiicicu.
When ground and bolted, it is equal incolorand
fineness to wheatcn flour. As a forage crop,, by
sowing in drills or broadcast, for early feed, there
is no kind of corn so well adapted to milch cows,
and none that will yield half the Talue in fodder,
or corn. " It contains 95 per cent.,sohd nutri
inent matter." .sculapius. It needs no differ
ent culture from that or other varioties, and in
the South two crops can be grown in one season
on the' same ground. It 4can- be successfully
grown in any State from Maine to Texas.
Teems In order that all may receive seed, we
have reduced the price to one dollar and. fifty
cents a package. Any person who will get up a
club or nvo will receive a package gratis-; 15 pack
ages for lth 50 packages for 820; 100 packages for
S30. We will also send a package gratis to wound
ed soldiers and widow laiies who Will remit us
fifty cents to pay1 postage. Ono package will con
tain enough corn to produce enough to plant, the
following season, from twenty to thirty acres;
also, directions for planting and cultivating.
Address, F. E. G. LINDSEx,
Raven's Nest P. 0.. Washington Co., Virginia.
nov21-3tw -v ,
DEMOYILLE M JBfL
Wholesale and Retail
D B UGGISTS,
Corner iOhurcli aRlierrytS;.!!
. I iOHIIMi ff
NASHVILLE, TEN V.,
DEUGS, ' v ' 1 r uith -
CHEMICALS. .... ,
WINDOW GLASS,,, '
DYESTUFFS, Etc., Etc:,. Etc,
WE ARE NOW IN RECEIPT OF A LARGE,
and varied stock of FANCY GOODS of
French, English and American manufacture, conr.'
sisttng ot , .. , ".
Lubin's Extracts, Fine Soaps,
Hair, Tooth, and Nail Brushes.
Combs, Toilet Powder,
Pomades of almost cyery variety.
Also, a large stock or Toilet Sets', comprising
twenty-five different patterns, the-finest' assort,
ment ever brought to the city; '
We have a full stock of Lard Oil, Linuced Oil.'
Coal Oil, While Lead and Zincs, Turpentine, and
Window Glass, (all sizes.) Colors in Oil ; which
we are offering on the most reasonable terms.
Brandies.'Wines, AVhiskiej, of the purestiiual
ity for medicinal purposes.
A full stock of Cigars and Tobacco, or the best
Coopers' Sheet and Shred Isinglass, Coxe's Gela
tine Flavoring Extracts, Spices of all kinds; to
which tho attention of housekeepers i3 at this
time particularly invited.
Nasliville Trotting Course.
Two "Knees on Saturday, "JfoT. Si, 1866.
Fikst Race Sweepstakes for Trotters, ent
rance $100 each; best 3 in 5 to harness. .
Geo. Futcher enters b. g. WHITE STOCKINGS.
Capt. Widener enters bl. g. Kentucky.
Capt. Hanmer enters roan g HONEST JOHN.
SeCoxd Race Match for 8100, milo heats to
harness, to bo driven by. the celebrated light
HENRY BRUNER AND' THEO. HANMER'.. ,
nonry Bruner enters s. g. REDBUCK. Pacer. ,
Theo. Hanmer enters g. g. CADMUS, Trotter..
First Race at 2 Q'clock precisely.
Entranco to all part of tho'T rack, 50 Gents.
nov21-lt HENRY BRUNER. Prop'n.
LOOK OXJT JFOR BARGAINS
BOOTS AND SHOES.
P. H. PRECp;
NO. 21 PUBLIC SQUARE,
PENS THIS DAY AN
Cnstom-Made Boots and SIiock,
which ho will sell at Panic Prices. Those in want
of good, durable, stylish work will find them att
greatly reduced prices; ;
Old St ick Selling IvChs Tlinn Cost.
County Court at Nashville.
Lorcnxo D. Gowcr et als vs. Felix R. Cheatham
1 T THE OFFICE OF THE CLERK OF THE
J. County. Court at Nashville. on the 22ddayor
Nov., 1 ti, on motion ot complainants, Dy counsel
in the above caused and it appearing to tho satis
raction of the Clerk, that the said defendants.' Jne.
W. Gower, jr., Josenhino Gower, Charlotte Gowcr,
Ah el Onirer and Elizabeth Gower. and the un
known heirs or Jno. W Gower, deceased; all of
the State of Mississippi, are non-residents of tho1
State of icmessee, ana tncretore me oruinary
processsof this Court can not be served upon
them : it is. therefore ordered by tho Clerk that
publication be made ror four weeks in. succession
in tho" Nashville Union and Dispatch, a-newspaper
published in the city of Nashville, requiring the
said' dcTendant tS appear' at the next term of the
flountv Court to be holden for the county or Da
vidson, at tho Court House thereof in. the city of.
Kashville, on tho hrst iuonaay in January next,
and answer .said bill, pr. the same will bo taken
for confessed as to him, 'arid set down for hearing
no21-ltlaw P.; L. NICHOL, Clerk.-
Frldnjr. Mqy.jH j Sitturdny, Ic.Jl.'
NigMingalo Opera Troupe,,
! fin; ..': , ' ' """" j
, Undcs the immediate direction or Mr. Ueo.
KU5CI.R, comprising a combination orEiRlitcen
talented representatives or Ethiopian characters,
will appear as abovc.in an entircnew Programme,
Ethiopian Molodies,-New Sayings, Dances, etc."
For rull particulars, see small billrof the day.
THE SEWAlNJhlE COLLEGIATE
... i r tt. ! T)i -
on the Sewanee Mountain plateau, and is one 6'
the most healthful places in the State."
Board can be had in the best private fa miles, at
$13 to 8-0 per month.
Tuitiok varies from 88 to 81T per quarter.
aCCUlUlUK LU U . IHllrCJJlWl
Or luu irawsui ui ,".T. '' "
Gr. H. S3MITH,
TTOJISEY AT I..ATV,
, NASHVILLE,' TENN, . .' ;
OFFICE. No. 59j Cherry 'tre'et,'Norlk" '
Deaderiekstreet. isept 7
AT WINCHESTER, Franklin county, Tennes
see, is now in full operation; and: Offers the
yonjhiof the South- peculiar facilities for (acquir
ing a thorough English, Classical, or Business edu
CominxtCATJONS may be addressed to the Rec
tor, the Rev. F. u. Knioiit, D. JJ-, at n incnester,
NE , ADVERTISEMENTS: I
John U. Johnson vb 'Samuel R?Morsran and
ihnson vs.'Samuel B?Morgan
N PURSUANCE OF A DECREE OF THE
iChanceryCourt t Nashville inlihelabove,
named cause, L will sell, at the Court House, at
Satnrdny, December 13th, 1806,
the Mcljairy JVcst a3hvie prtpefty. said, lot
ronting 50 feet on'McGavock-street.fandirunnrng
Kr 9 T.n.t rtr j t 1 ,
to S. R. Morgan by W. II. Howell.
Ai V?-.-1?0 oiiftacres ana iwpoies; conveyed;
to S. R.Morgan by L. R. Ray. fi
Tkkus or Sale : Six and twelve months credit,
with interest from day of sale. Notes requireil,
with approved security, and lien retained. Sale
free from redemption.'
MORTON B. HOWELL, C; and Mi. :
William H.Haslam and others vs. Catharine
Haslarn and others.
Saturday, December- I3tli, 1866,
a. v. w, ,u A.aii;u a. IIUHC31UU3 AUUltlUD 10
Nashville, lyingon Hamilt,Q,n street, and running
from McLemore to Spruce street, i
TermshoF'Salb: One.- two and three ycaVs
w1lf ti t! rmm r t. x . i
.wu... i,.u luiwbj. uaj ui sine, iiwieare
quired, with approved security, and lien retained.
jiiuitiViM is. liUWEJjli, u. andM.
M. S. Allen, Ex., to. Mary E. Young and'
IN- PURSUANCE OF DECREE OF TOE
Chancery Court in above case, I will sell, at
the CourtiHouse, atNashville, on
a J -' "
Satnrdny, December 13tli, 1SC0,
A tract of VA acres, near the Nolcnsrille Tura
pike. on the road leading to Mill. Creek Church
having upon it a neat frame house with four
rpoms, besides all needed stables, out-houses, etc.
'This place is about two and a half miles from
the Square, and isjust tho thing for a small family
who wish to live out of .tho citr. "'
Terms or Sale .Tredits of six, twelveeight
een andT twenty-four months, with interest from
date. Notes required, with personal security, and
iicu .ciaiu-u. cuiti irec uum rcucDjpuuo. .
MflBTnivT n iTr.ttft.'t u n .1 r - ;
Elijah Dickson vs. Dennis Connor and
TN PURSUANCE OF A DECREE OP THE
JL Chancery Court in above case, I will sell; at
wb kiuuri uouse, a. nasnriue, on
Snttirlny,' December' 15th, 1803,
The following twolots in North Nashville, to
1st. Commencing at tho Northeast corner of
iicllville and a street 33 feet wide, running 110
feet N orth, to an alley 10 feet wide, said alley be
ing 110 ftct south or Gay street; thence , atright
angles 110 feet to a stake; thence at righrangles
to the street aforesaid ; thence at right angles SO
feet to the beginning on Bellville street.
. 2d. A lot fronting 20 rect on Bellville street,
adjacent to tho above, and running back 110 feet
to an alley.
T RMS ofSace: Slxari'd twelve months credifr
With interest from day of sale. Notes required,
with approved security, nnd a lien retained. Sale
Tree from redemption.
MORTON B. HOWELL, C. and M.
TN OBEDIENCE TO THEDECREE OF ;TIIE
X Chancery Conrt in the case of Boyd McNairy
and others v. Anna McNairy and others, notice
is hereby riven that the biddings unon the lots
sold by me at Public Sale on November 13th, of
tne iucnairy property, on bummer street, aro
bpenod, and will romam open until 12 o'clock on
' Wednesday, Xoycmber , 27, 1SCO.
i Tho bid on Lots Nos. 4 and awill bo started at
$335.50 per foot; onXotNo. 3at $205 per foot, and
on Lot No. 2 at S305. ner foot.
The highest bidder at the expiration of the time
above named will be reported to the Court as the
no24-dtd M0RT0NJ5. HOWELL, . andM.
3"r UNION STEEET,
WnOLESALr. asd Retaii.-
BOOKSELLER & STATIONER
keep3;constantly on hand th el largest and best
assorted, stoct or
ROOKS ANTJ STATIONERY
0? every imaginable kind tolje found in any o n
; r house ia tho South, and offer them at.
' ItfiDUOED PBIOES.
A2D WILL ALWAYS SELL ON AS FAVO
rable terms as the market will permit, or as
any other houo can give. Among tho great va
riety of articles sold by Wu. C Collier, are the
following: School Books or every kind used in
tho State. Law Books. Medical Books, Scientific
Books, Theological Books, Agricultural Books,
and all Tarieties or Miscellaneous Books, includ
ing Histories, Biographies, Travels, Novels, and
Til..., 1 1 1 1- 1 ' "
confidcnt.ho can offer .the, greatest facilities, and
Can. give satisfaction. ''"".. " "
, -'-- " ' ' ' WM. C COLLIER. '
sepa-om it union bt., xiasttville. Xenn
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USED BY THE BEST FAMILIES THROUGH
out Europe; approved by the Imperial
School of Medicine. Pans; endorsed by the promi
ncnt members of the Amertean Medical Associa
tion, at their convention, hdiljn Baltimore, May
1st, 1865. -t
CONTAIJJS NO SPIRITS OF AJfT HIND,
BTOT INTOXICATING IN THE MAST.
i It isiprcpared in Paris rrom pure Sufert. and
admits in its composition only Tosic, AkoitatiC
and Febeifcgk substances.
Ladles will find It a delicious substitute for tho
various tonics which have an alcholic body,
f . -MUSCAT FEKX.E
Is a rare Wiue of most delightful flavor. It is the
PURE JUICE OF A MOST DELICIOUS
GRAPE. It sarpasses in excellence any- table
wine in theountrys - UsedjimEurope for. sacra
mental purpo3er. Church' people are invited to
inquireinto.it. ' ; ,
These Wines are fold by all druggist?.
S2 00 per bottle, large i-iie. '
, EWIXG- & PENDLETON?
Mplt'j,'- - r Agents, N-uhville.
TN PtntSUANCE J)F JECREE 0F..CIIANo
JL eery Court atNashville irf aboVe'named cause,'
I will sellral the- Court1 House,- at-NashvillerJn,'v
OUT AT COST,
H OT i f O '3 3
49 COLLEGE STREET. .
ON ACCOUNT OF DISSOLUTION OF PART
ftERSIIIP, we are compelled to sell our
atocK 01 Dry Hoods, consisting in
French Merino and Poplins.Sl 25 to SI 50 pr yard.
AllWoolDeLane- .jn..1..r. .'50 cents.
Napaolitains from ..y.......55 to 50 cents
Flannels, all colors from ...................to to 75 cents
Alpacas, all colors, ...'..1.C. .. 45 to 31 50.
Calico,.s.-v.., 16, 13, and 20 cents peryard.
Tomestic,- ............20 to 37 cents
LADIES' CLOTH CI.OAKS,
From .....88 30 8IO 00
j Other articles too numerous to mention.
bhy cheap and nice goods. ,-n;i4i
Call and examine our Stock before
v j iiuruiiuinK euenucre.u)n Jtim.
,s. sieKLES &CO., w.
, J!) Collego Street, Nashville, Tennessee
J0HX T. FOOTS. 3. it. NASD. 3. M. MURPHT.V:
I FOOTE, NASH & 00., .
Nos. 17anai9xWest Oblumbia St,,
( ' OF COLOGNE,
LIQUORS MD". WINESP
j DEALS S3 IS CKXUISE
It O B E It T SO X COPXTT
BOtltBOX, RYE, AND JIONOXc'aHeSi.
Proprietors of the celebrated brand of Orange
Valley Whisky. .
F AIR B AN KSy
OF ALL KINDS,
Cottoir Beams and. Eraiiies,j(
i Baggage BarowB,
COPYING PRESSES, &c.
, FAIRBANKS, MOUSE &j,CQ
125 Walnut street.
I apl ly
' Jas. A. .McClure,
33 Union. Street.
And Wholesale aniLEctail Dealer in"
JIAXOS,OltGA NSA N I
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A FULL SUPPLY CONSTANTLY ON HAND
of Pianos, from the world-renowned makers,
Stcinway & Sons, J. B. Dunham, Sbebbeler k
Schmidt, and A. II. Gale A Co. Together with
other makers of note, at prices, same as New
York, from $300 fo 31.000. Camhart, Needham it
Co., and Geo. A. Prince's celebrated Organs, and,
Mctoderjtf, sold at Factory Prices, with fall war
rantee Mine being the oldest and largest Music DTouso
in the country, purchasers can always, find tho
largest stock to select from.
. Orders filled with promptness, and. satisfaction
guaranteed. . ..
N. B. Mr. S. HAIIN. the well-known Organ
and Piano Tuner, and .Repairer,' is engaged by
me. Repairing of all kinds of Musical Instru
ments, done at my house, at reasonable rates.
1 oct2 3m
JOHN OHLY, .
JPr actical T ail or,
. Has permanently looated at -.
NO. 13 NOItTH CHERItT STEEET. ,
He has just received from New York one of tho
finest STOCKS OF GOODS erer brought to tha
! FOB SAIE AT AUCTIOJT.
fS TCESDAT, IT II OF DECE3IBEII,
j ort the premises, at 11 o'cJU4k. a. two story
BRICK HOUSE,. No. 21 Si;Sprneejitreet.
in ono of the finest neighbSrbWKf in the oity. Xot
fronting about 3T feet 'on Sbruce, running back
170 rect more or less. U am alley. ,
. Terms liberal, and made known at. the tale.
ANDERSON, JOHNSON k SMXEH.
M Real Estate Agsnta.
. nor23 td. " '
i " 1 a Tt -1 t$ n n t f
SP.ECrFIflATi;ONS AND TyOPJONGIDRAiWr'
INGs. made with or without superintendance.
Office, at the Maxwell House.
.1 ' EEfKKENCES.- ' . '
, Jonx Ovkrtox, J. J. McCaxs.
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