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Irby Morgan, O'Bryan&Oo
JFATi7 AND WINTER GOODS
y Comprising fullilincs of,
Shawls, of nil descriptions,
te It' I
Bed Blankets '&- -Linscys,
f- Woolen Ilotsery, and Ya
This Block will be found larger and xnoro attrac
tive than any wo have heretofore offered, and will
be Eold cheap to merchants only. . '
' . IRB Y.MORGAN, 0'BRYA2L&.C0.
J. S. GILBERT,
Of Pulaski, Tcnn.
Late of Guthrie k Co.
of Pulaski, Tenn.
Gilbert? Parkes i& . Gpr,
C.O rX TON FACTORS,
Xo. 59 South Market Si., Nashville.
WE ARE NOW RECEIVING AND WILL'
IT keep constantly on hand a (rood assortment
or btaplo Groceries, which we otter to the trade
at the lowest market rates. We have ample
facilities for Storing Cotton and other Products,
andswill spare ns pains to obtain for those mak
ing.Consignments to us, the highest market prices
By strict personal attention tobusiness we hope ot
merit a liberal snare ot patronage.
m mm trade
RcE-0 P E W E D.
ELIJAH WOOD, Master,
ITrffriSfeoMMENgE MAKING tREGUBAR
YT Krihsato .New Orleans, and intermediate
portsoghSfi(sof December next, and continue
throdghout'the regular boatiHg season " .
ThjaiJMeph&m, stands A No. 1, iriinsurattce;
has all It he modern improvements found on any
Side-WJieel Steamer, therefore, Fragb'ters ,'iuid
Passengers will "find her not only safe, but com
fortahleandJuxurious. Her commandant has
a long.cxpcriencc. and therefore, make no hesi
tancy in anticipating a liberal share "of patron
Persons desirous of further information, will
apply on board, or to'
IIARRISOX fc SONS, Afrcnts.
CORBITT fc BOYD, Agents.
nov20 tf n. r. t r. a.
Commission and General
377 Broadway, iVew York.
THE UNDERSIGNED EMBRACES THIS
method of informing his friends that ho has
returned to the city of New York, and resumed
tho Commission and General Agency Business,
and offers his services to such as may require tho
assistance of an Agent in either procuring Mcr
chandiie or disposing of such products as they
may have for sale. His long familiarity with
goods in almost all departments of trade, and his
extensive acquaintance with business men, quali
fies him Tor making purchases upon most advan
tageous terms, enabling him, not unfrcquently to
buy upon better terms for his customers than they
could for themselves, if they were hero in person.
Ho will not only select partial or Entire Stocks of
Goods for Country Merchants, but will purchase
and ship Pianos, Sewing Machines, Carriages,
Furniture, and Machinery of all kinds. Medicines,
BOoks. or whatever else the necessities of Planters,
Physicians. Lawyers. Tradesmen, or ethers, may
require from tho great center and entrepot of bu
siness and commerce.
It may . not bo amiss to say, in this connection,
that croditrfare now more circumscribed than be
fore the war-four iravnthi being now the outer
limit, while for many kinds of what aro denomi
nated Staple Goods, Net Cash Prices prevaiL
M heronpurchasers may wish to procure goods oni
time, or part on credit and part for cash, their
memorandums should be accompanied with pro
per testimonials as to sslveney and punctuality,
unless their credit is well established In this mar
ket. My charge for purchasing goods, or for selling
Cotton. Tobafcco, or other produce, is two and
ono-half per cent. I take the liberty of referring
to tho undermentioned gentlemen, for many of
whom I have had the pleasure of transacting
Rxfskssces. Hon. N, S. Brown, and Rer.J.
B. McFcrrm, Nashville; Hon. A. Wright, Mem
phis; Thos.Martin, Esq.. Pulaski, Tenn: Hob, A.
O. P. Nicholson, Columbia, Tcnn.; Hon. R.' L.
Caruthers, Lebanon, Tcnn.; Hon. G. W. Jones.
Fayettevillc, Tenn.; Hon. E. A. Keebl e, Murfrees-
DOro-, , Ann i. m. garner, asQ., Jackson, Tenn.:
Col. W. F. Dowd. Aberdeen. Mis ; Col. James
Brown. Oxford, Miss.: Hon. A. R. Johnson, Rav
mond. Miss.: Cel. H. W. Walter, Holly Springs.
Miss.; Win. H.Allen, Esq., Jackson, Miss.; Chas.
W. Marti, Esq., Pontotoc, Miss.; Major. J. H.
Turner, 0 Rumbus, Miss.
Jnly6 ALSTONS. "ESTE3.
ATTORN EY-AT LAWi
62Ji CHERRY STREET.
"PTv TVPT) 0 A ri A
ri i Ts'MittroiiirnK
nisi iiha in . 'bki wfiw
TOBACCOS AND CIGARS,
SIP CDD? l?m EES IP s'
,"T7"E IIAVE KEHOTED TO OCR XE1V
And Spacious Warehouse, Marbla Front,
North Side of Main street,
NEARLY OPPOSITE LOtJISVILLE HOTEL.
ONE DOOK BELOW THE CORNER OF SIXTH,
Where' .we havo opened an entirely new stock of
uooas, ana wiiioner to tno trade, together with
DMGS AND MEDICINES,
A varied assortment of
Druggists' Fancy Goods.
Liquors, Cigars, and Tobacco,
Comprising the most complete assortment in
one house in this country. All .of which
shall offer at manufacturers', and less than manu
facturers' prices. marSl dly
mar i n e ana 1 r e
Under the new charter, is now open for but
NORTH COLLEGE t. STUB
Next door to comer of Union street.
JOSEPH IV. ALLEX, I'reslrtctH.
A. IV. BUTLER, Secretary.
John 51. Hill, Watson M. Cooke,
C A. R. Thompson, D. Weaver.
Daniel F. Carter, John B. Johnson,
Samuel Vanleer, John W. Terrass.
R. B. Cheatham, A. G. Adams,
Josepn W. Allen.
Enterprise Insurance Company,
R. M. BISHOP, of R. M.Bishon .fc (V
THEO. COOK. President Chamber of Commerce.
JQSEPII 0. BUTLER, , Preset of LafavetU Bank.
iiuuii jiciiAfiiX, oi Mcuirney x Co. .
L. R. HULL, of Addy. null & Co.
A. S. WINSLOW, of Winslow & Smith.
BRIGS SWIFT, of Brigs Swift k Co.
CHARLES RULE, of C. Rule & Co.
C. M.BUCHANAN, of Buchanan k Co.
ADOLP1I WOOD, of Adolnh WnoH A- C.n
JAMES S. WISE. Nashville Packet Company.
.A. HARRIS. Mayor of Cincinnati.
THUS. SHERLOCK, President.
WM. It. CASSILLX, Vice President.
This Company is now prepared to transact &
general Fire and Marine Insuranco business
throughout the btate of Tennessee.
K. C McXAIBT, Agent. t4
X'oucics isjucu on nrsi-ciass uriCE uweuinirs lor
live years, at a material reduction on yearly rates.
OillE SPLENDID PROPERTY ON'TENNES-
jl nivjiu. Known as tho
T.OUS Island Plantation.
containing SIX HUNDRED AND FORTY
ACRES, of which about two hundred acres are
ciearea ana in cultivation, lour hundred acres
are on ino lsiana in mo Aennessee river, over
wnicn tno wasnvine ana Uhattanooga Railroad
passess. About sixty acres are on tho north side
Of tho river, and includingsome of the best build
ing sites in the town of Bridgeport. The soil is of
the very richest quality of river bottom land, and
will produce in great abundance, Cotton. Grain
and Grass. This property must ultimately become
oi great value. At win be sold tor Uasb, or on
accommodating terms. For further information,
ANDERSON. JOHNSON k SMITH.
Real Retain A
x cnncEco. (novll tf
LEA & PERKINS'
oi 4 better from a
TLEMAN at Mad.
ras, to his brother
"Tell Lea & Pcr
rins that their
TO be the
"051Y good sAncr hs
and applicable to
is highly esteemed
in India, and is, in
my opinion, the
most palatable as
well as the most
that is made.
The success of this most delicious and unrivaled
condiment having caused many unprincipled
dealers to apply tho namo to brcaiors uom
pobxdr. the PUBLTC is bespectpci.1.y and Ein-
Kksttt requested to sec that the names of LEA k
PERRINS are upon the WRAPPER. LABEL,
STOPPER and ilUTTLE.
LEA k PERRINS. Worcester.
New York, Agents for the United States.
OF BELLE OF LOGAN
PciccK Bagging and Rope. '
New Gunny Bags.
SMITH. PARKES k STARKE.
i - juilkt.8e, Al TUcSjH obbku v. W A
, rpiifiru vnnnuitv 11 fn-
Z I, U U SSL Q
J aw? 7 Broad St.,
XASH VILLE, TEXXESSEE.
XTE BEG LEAVE TO RETURN ThaNKS
T t to our friends for the fery iliberal' share of
patronage Desioweu upon our nouse tne past
season, and would say that, having 'enlarged our
.utcmucB lor oiuiviu uunufl. we aro now
prepared to gtvo every attention to the STORAGE.
SALE AND SHIPMENT OP ALT, COTTfW
our friends mav entrnstto nnr r.irc. AV
inai every euort win De usea to secure the very
uiuuui jsiamkmum: i-iiivr., whether
sold here or in othtr markets.
Will make QASU ADVANCES on all Cotton or
Other Produce shiDDed to miL Our TRRf R SII A r.T.
AUvA3(H lit AS i,OW AS ANY OTHER-
.xiniiLAaua uuu tit:.
J AjIES 31. C'ARSET AKD WM. T.
SAMPLE will give their undivided attention
to the Cotton Department, and. will strain every
nerve to make it to the interest of Planters to
We will at all times kern n. full cfnMr nf ftrnro-
rics. Baircrine. Itone iinrl Twine all
x tour tor sate at tne lowest prices.
wAaTED; We wish tn nnrchnsn wnhVfl ti
unwashed WOOL. KRATHKKR ATJTl nitmn
FRUIT, and will alwajTCgive the BEST PRICES.
BA1LET, ORDWAY &. CO.
Faucy Flour ! Taucy FJour ! !
Wa will kflftn fnntantlv nn Tinnfl hv citi.Ia
barrel cr car load, U. VAUGIIN & CO.'S cele
brated LOCKLAND MILLS FLOUR, which wo
win warrant in-everv instance. Wnwill .also lrnpn
Jleveral other brands of Flour, which wo offer to
tno traoo at taa-OiUWiSSX CASH PRICES.
' Dealers will do well to examine our Flour be
iJAlLKlr ORDWAY & CO.
au22 m - - n
O TA JLr.
I BEIEN HiXi;0N'
REMOVED . TO .-TIIEIR,. LARGE :AXf
XO. 50 SOtTTU COLI.EGE STREET.
WHERE THEY WILL BE HAEPYTO.SEE
I ;T T heir old friends andcustomers,.aod would-
uwuit iuciujuiu ot .iub, present opportunity ot
jciuimujiuamsjormo fiDcrai snare ot patron-
rugo nereioiuro oesiowca upon tnis house. And
they hope by their enlarged facilities for Storago
and Sale Of Cotton. Tnhnmn nml nlhor Pnnnlnt
Produce, to merit a continuance .of the same. -
They-will make liberal Cask advances
on Cotton, Tobacco, and all Prodnrn
consigned to their care.
Their terms will alwavs be as low
as any rc-
ffnnnsihla hmiiA. liprn nr lwlifra
They wiU it all' times keep on hand a full'ana
complete stockfof " 1
GROCERIES, AND. PROVISIOXS,
FLOUR, , .f
BACOX, ' - 1
y men mey win guarantee to the Trade in every
"BRIEN k THAXTON.
"PS No. 50 South College street.
WHOraslXE' T) RETA1X
Fancy Grocery Store,
JTo. 12 Xorth Cherry St.,
' i XASmitXE, TEXX.
iirHEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND, A LARGE
VERY BEST QUALITY.
IMPORTERS OF FINE AND GENUINE
WINES AND LIQUORS,
And HAVANA SEGARS. Jlso on hand the
best CHEWIXG TOBACCO.
LIFE msraA-NOE G0;
Income far year end.
Aa" "c,cs t:l'r - -
Nashville Agency: 31 College
W. D.TALBOTT. P. P. PECK.
General Agent. Resident Aeent.
N. B. This Comnanv has
per cent larger Annual Dividends than any other.
kiiu Aujuraucc yompany represented in. this stale.
CARD OF THANKS.
mo OUR MANY FRIENDS WHO LABORED
A so heroically to save our stock on tho morn
ing of the late conflagration, we desire to express
our grateful thanks. To them we are indebted
lor an mat was saved, and we shall ever cherish
lueir names as iricnas indeed. ..-
TO OUT Patrons. WO WOnlrf n, thtt finrPmnin,
Hon' Books were preserved, any Trescriptions
they desire repeated can be done by calling at the
urutowro or iuessiy. n. r. JiSililiNH & CO.
.-uarset street, opposite Union.
veryiespectruiiy.5 ' .
SoaiKcast Corntsr of
fahiirtaniaiid' CoUege Streets,
; NASUVILLE. TDNNESSEE.
par t f ,
AXI DEALERS IX
O B U C.E,
G R O
5RIE1 FRUIT, Etci, Etc
Onlnva mijul . . w .
Market Prices.' . r. iA
OUK LAIIOR WATIEHOTTKR .noM ...
Offer SUDeriorin'dueemnntA ta Planfpn or.,1 iIKmi
ouipping meir uoiton ana other 1'roduco 1o 'us,
- . .
vu nuiuu wo win maao
$ell, Store, or Ship, oiv the most j
' xurnca iavonng us wuu their business may
depend on it receiving prompt and careful'
T-i; i- ... ....
attention. 1 A.: 'A. SPEXCER fc CO..
. .Southeast corner of Church and College sts.
wwu 11 -
'il! r ,
.. , , FOR . SALE.
First rllia "Vnfft Pftnnr t' (V nrr
. ----- - " - vrvufb m p-J w yw A VUUJt
I Tirst class Letter Paper, at OOpcrream. i
t T. 1 T." i 1. . A, m I
i Aiukutuo xwiiKuv x aicr, uit vu per.rcam.
j i'usi tinsa ucgai vap i apcrtai to wpcr jeam.
i French Note Paper, in J ream boxes. Si 00 po
ream. WM. GAMBLE k CO..
j nov20-tf , , C6 Cherry street
dfinnfi SLATE PENCILS, in wooden
boxes, at 20 cents per 100.
Best French coDvinirTnk. fnnmlp.l SI 95
Best trench copjmg Ink, purple, at"5pt.
iicst umcK ins, ai ouc. pi. oot.
Arnold's Inks, qts, pts. 801. 4oz, and 2oz.
VM. UA.MiiLE CO..
nov20-tf Si- Cherry street. i
T?NVELOPS.atManufacturers Prices.' trans-i
jk-j ponauon oniy aouea, a largo stock of all
. T . i i ... . 7 ." . -
sues. anaquamiea.! - .
. nil. UA.MilLE i CO..
nov20-tf ' 28 College street
Stationery, at prices lower than any old stock, at
nov20-tf 2S Cherry street
' FOR SALE.
(50 doz. Calf Pocket Books, at S3 50 per dor.
36 dor. Moro'co Pocket Books at $4 per Aoz.
i 36 doi. Moroco Pocket Books, at $6 00 per. dc t
!400 Photograph Albums, 10 picture at 40 cents.
low gross tstcrbrook's fctccl Pens, at 7oc. pr. gro.
WM.' GAMBLE k CO.
nov20-tf . 26 Cherry street.
. t 10 I
E I) Gc Ev, F. I E X. D!
ft . r
ON FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 23d, I860, at 1
oclock, on the premises, we will offer for sale a
Auction, that splendid residence in Edscfield.
known, as the Hardy Bryan Place.?' The house
contains six rooms, besides basement, nnd -necessary
out-buildings. About two and a half acres
of ground will be sold with the house. We will
also sell from 40 to 50 BnildinirT.n on Ttnnr
Foster and other streets. Thewhnlo nlthi.nm.
pcrty is handsmelv elevated, find rnmmnml. n
fine-view of Nashville and thesurronndinc- eoun-
Terms' liberal. A stilradiil nnllnK.in. Omni.
buses leave our offices. 38K Union ttrret Anil v,i(
siae ruouc square, at lyA o'clock: a. m.
! J.L..tR. W.BROWN.
ANDERSON, JOHNSON k SMITH, ,
nov20-:-td J ' : Agents?
to Nashville Business Men.
The Murfreesboro Monitor
IS "ONE OF THE- -
AOVERTISIXG .MEDIUMS IX
BEING. PUBLISHED.. IN ONE 'OF THE
wealthiest districts of the Slate, unit havinc a
largo and increasing, circulation in Rutherford
ana adjacent counties.
JJUSmess men who dc.iro An excellent ndrr.
Using medium cannot find a better one than, tho
H. C. MacLAUGIILTN.
jQQ BUSHELS, RED CLOVER SEED;
250 " " Ton "
200 Kentucky Blue Grass
IOO " Timothy
50 " Orchard Grass
Also; tho " M'endenhall " Patent Hand-Loom.
ix two hors "Wagons. suDerblv made, and ele
gantly finished. ,
Two one horse Exnress Wnirons. of rnnirinr
mage, ah oi wnicn will be sold low tor Uasb.
MoROBERTS k BAIN.
25 and 27 South Market street.
novl lm (b)
WHEREAS, I IIAVE SUGGESTED TO ME
Clerk of the County Court of Hickman
cyunty, Tennessee, that the estate of Thomas II.
Johnson, deceased, is insolvent, notice is hereby
rsventoall persons bavin e claim jpnlnit said
deceased to file their claims. legally authenticated,
with said Clerk, on or before the 6th day of April,
neW in nr f.r that a iviiinn mn-n Ux
made.'ctc.. Or they will be forever barred, etc.
F. S. EASLKV. A.lmV '
trjAVING SOLD 'Td'MESSHS", ORR"BROS.
Jiii ourtoek;of GreeMesiLiquOTS., ete... wo
takepleasure in recommending them to our
friends and customers as evjry war worthy
iur nfuuucucQniiu patronage.
ctlS-r-lm SI RATION CIIEXEY fc ROY.
Grocers a and Commission
AGENTS' FOR tHK 8ALBOF
I.IUREL HIXE SHEETINGS'.
Hope Mills and Richland Manufacturing-
Etc., Etc. Eic,
p. E. Corner MnrJiet and Broad Streets,
TTAVF RE-OPENED IN THE ABOVE
jljl spacious warehouse. Where the have en-
laiscuiiituiuc turoioruge ana caieoi
COTTOX AXD PRODUCE
Generally, and having, in addition to recentheavy
Purchases in Eastern Markets, bought tho qxten-
sivesioca oi luejsrs. ,
STRATTOX, ROT Oi CO.,
yn most layorabie terms, they are prepared to
Offer to the trade unusual inducements in
Staple and. Fancy Groceries ForcJjrn
and Domestic wines and Liquors, Etc.
Close buyers will find it to their interest to call.
' Orders accompanied with, tho Cash will meet
Southeast corner of Tirn-iS art A Arirtr
oireeis, xxasaviue. lOCtlS 3m
Joseph 0. Eye,,
UlSKLKaL tOLLEUTISG AGENT.
OfDco, Martin & Pickard, East Sido Public
Square, Columbia, Tennessee,
TS PREPARED TO MAKE ADVANPEtf fllU
UL Cotton and Ship to the most reliable Commis
sion Houses in New York. Cincinnati. New Or
leans, ana jMasnvuie. uraers lor UUTaON or
other Produce will receive prompt attention.
collections made, and proceeds remitted
promptly JUSJSPU C. RYE.
JAS. T. PACK,
W. D. LAVENDER,
of Alabama. I
Pace, Lavender & Harper.
Cotton and Tobacco Factors A
General Commission Merchants,
No. 50 Union Street,
XEW ORLEANS, XA.
75 TO 100
AT ATJO TION.
MOXDAY. THE 2TTT T VKT 1T
We will offer for sale, on thn nromlso. ,1 11
o'clock, from SeTcntv-firn in (ln HnnJnJ
Building Lots, located in tho immediate vicinity
ti i ,su i,"s, nu wimin nvo minutes
walk of the terminus of the McGavock and Mt.
These lots aro desirably located for building and
gardening curposis. They will be sold to
the highestbidder, and without reserve; let it be
much or little. Every body who wants a cVeap
piece of ground upon which to build ahome is
particularly invuea 10 attend this sate.
Termn.fi. 12. IS. !U m :,i. i.t
retained and personal security, or. if tho amount
orthofirstnoteispaid in cash, without interest
corporation Checks taken at par, in cases where
cju-u paymenu are made.
Omnionses will Imitk n.Hn-nAn .n.i. M
. , ..... vn... uw. vtr 4 4 bi, 0, 11
vuerry tireeu at iu O CIOCK.
J. h. k R. W. BROWN.
CALLEVnER .fc nARItRTT
novib-ta b) Acents.
WILL BE SOLD TO THE HIGHEST BID-I
1 1 van, npon tne premises, on
Saturday, December 15, 18GG,
That valuable Tract of Land on which the late
Nelson Lavender resided, situated on thn hf-o.l
waters of Rutherford's creek, near the village ofl
B E T II E S D A,
Twelfth Civil District. Williamson countv. Ten-
nnsee. containing aoout
3 04 ACRES,
About one-half in cultivation, the other half well
iimoerea; a good irame. Dwelling House, and all
iiecwsary out-nouses; nine never-lailing spnni
uuia iree ana limestone wnier. 'I ht m nun nr thn
most desirable farms in Middle Tennessee, nnd is
weii worinr tne attention of those wishing a good
ana neauny nome.
TcrmSj ono-thirtl eeh in iYiren unTinnl t)flV-
u.,uui 1st, mot. notes wiin two ap
proved securities, bearing interestat6percent.
MAM. t , : . . . . ... . .
per annum, and a lean retained until the purchase
money is paia. possession given the 1st January
u"t. iv. v. UA atiUisll,
Thompson's Station. Tennessee.
a. x. Bisnor, w.t. BisHor, b. h. BisHor.
R. M. BISHOP fc CO.,
NO. 36 STREET,
' ' ' COfeSKR rSlbVAVtCOtlllEO STRRVT3.
' The following aro th raUs Jd for uncurrent
money. These, quotation are liable to fluctuate,
but may be depended on tor a sufficient length of
tfmo for" remittances"to be received by mail or
express, if forwarded'with tmtdclay. .
texn'kssee Georgia Railroad and
issue-.---.-- Bankof Fulton ,W
Planters' Bank .82 oaTannah.
Union Bank - the5tatBoro'l
Vnion B'kCertlncatcs J7 city Bank 7oi AnSSSS
Bank of Chattanooga20 frf and Jiechan
. Cemmercepar. ics Bank !!-.12
?VrnSe"nPH U Plan-
Fual)r-- Pr Planters' Bank
. W&nn48riJni03 Bank
Back's nnk-n&r vnf . n. .
Bank of Capo Fear 22
" Clarendon 05
" Commerce .15
" Loxingtomt 10
" . N. Carolina33
' Washington 05
Merchants " ..-..par
Northern " par
Ocoeo " 25
Bank of Shelby vilIe..-S5
Southern Bank -:25
Traders' Bank .par
Life and Generallnsut-
south Carolina. YanceyviUc05
Bankof Canven-..45,Commcrci3l Bank .18
Charleston-. rarmers liant OI
" Chester." ...20' Carolina 20
" Georgetown i-21 Bank of Middle Ga...-.S7
" Ilamburg. ,-lSMarine Bank 91
" Newberry.- 60 .Merchants' Bank, 35
" tho State of S. Bankof Roxboro -20
Carolina . .."20 Miners' and Planters'
Commercial Bank. .15 Bank.. 45
Exchange Bank 16
Farmers' and Exchange Virginia.
Hank OS BanK of Berkley. 50
Merchants' Bank 20 " Commerce...40
PeoDlcs' Bank ...-40 " Howardsville.35
Planters'BankofFair- " tho Old Do-
neld 15 minion 45
Planters' and Mechan- Bank of Richmond 10
ics Bank .20 " Kockbridce35
State J3ank... 07 Rockingham.4S
Southwestern R. R 45 " Scottsville J5
' Unien Bank
.60 " the Valley of
Bank of Virginia .....25
" Wheeling .55
Bank of America
New Orleans-t5 t.i, .rv. " vi
Canal Bank- 'DanviUe Bank 20
Citiiens Bank-.- -tg Exchange Bank.of Va.20
Crescent City Bank-.-.95 Fafrmonnt Bank.v.-70
Louisiana State Bank-& c .ni, .rr:..
Bank .. S5 r. 'P...ri'. an
Merchants 'Bank... So r-i.,.,. ,i
Southern Bank par Farmers' -SO
Union Bank---- So Merchants' Bank 40
New Orleans Scrip. 9o Merchants' and Me-
ALABAUA. chanios'.. .75
Bank of Mobile..- So fiiorthwestern JanK-.90
Selma J5 Traders' Bask 2t
Central Bank -25
Commercial Bank 25
Eastern Bank 50 ,
Northern Bank 53 Tennessee Bonds .,0
Southern Bank- 95 f avidsor- y). ru2is..-.u
GEORGIA Tt-.k. W.v. ...
Central Railroad Bank SO BOught with coupom
Nashville and Chattanooga Railroad Stock. 30
ROBERT LUSK, President.
T. B. SAMPLE, Cashier.
NO. 48 XOKTnCOLLEGE ST.,
CIOOJ AW SILVER.
OF ALL KINDS.
LOAXS made on satisfactory Collaterals.
COLLECTIONS made on all parts.
on all prominent
EXCHANGE in sums of . 1
and. upward for sale.
Parties Remitting; Uiicnrrcnt 3Ioney
can always rely on Betting- Pull Bates
and Prompt Attention..
Valuable Xon-Taxable Ciy
Property For Sale.
BY VIRTUE OF POWER IN ME VESTED
by trnst conveyance mado by Judge Thomas
JManey, deceased, and registered in the Registers
office of Davison county. Tennessee, in book No.
33, pages 204, 205 and 206, 1 will, on
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 6. 1806.
Offer at oublie rale, on tho promises, corner of
Broad and McLemoro streets, in the city of Nash
ville, tne residence oi tne lato Judge Xhomas
Mancv. deccased.and the adjacent grounds, front
ing 247 feet on Broad street and 327 on McLemoro
street. This desirable residence, with a lot frot
ing 79 feet on Broad street and 160 feet on McLo
more, will be sold seperato4y.aTho other grounds
will be sold in lots of convenient size, and will
comprise some of the most eligible sites for build
ing purposes in or around jNashviiic. J. he whole
of this handsome property is FREE FROM TAX
ATION, and affords this advantage of economy
in investment, with the prospect of great increase
Plats of lots will bo exhibited and terms mado
known on day of sale.
WM. ii. MUKFURME. Trustee.
Asdbseox. Joiinsos .fc Suitii. Asents.
ox wedxesday, xovejiber ssth,
We will sell at
A. TJ C T I O IV
The sale will cemmeneo at It o'clock, a. m.
on the premises.
rpHESE LOTS ARE SITUATED IN ONE OF
JL the most delightful thoroughfares leading
from the eity, in light of the Nashville and De
catur Railroad, and on the route of thaSnrnrn
Street and Franklin Turnpike Railroad, now un
der contract. The scenery ef quiet beauty spread
around this desirable property is ornamented with
the most stately country seats. An excellent
school for bora is convenient to it. and this portion
pf the suburbs of Nashville is destined to become
at an early day the most attractive for the abodes
of business men of the city.
Terms, liberal. Omnibuses will leavo the front
of our offices, at 10 o'clock a.m. Colation as usual.
Jd h. & R. W. BROWN.
ANDERSON. JOHNKftV .t- kvttit
HOvStd A rents.
PERKINS - swenson&Co
No. 48 Carondelet. corner Union street.
8. If. BWISSOX.'N: T.late of Austin. TeiiH
THUS. S. MAER.
slop. of PeAin i Go.. N. 0.
nov20-3t No. 5 Market street.
may 22 -6m
D. L. KKEN