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Election of Pro rwfi rT)u im ofitb
Ch'nrca townrds tirrrtIjncn--Io
Specially reported for the Union and Dispatch.
Memphis, Tow, Nor. 22, 18CC The
Assembly met at' jfine o'clock this
morning, anil was opened with prayer.
After several motions, fixing times and
places for different, business, the? eportoP
the Uommmee on me "canons 01 disci
pline" was adopted as a whole. .'
The onfcr, of the claj was taken up. The
Bey. Mt.. Alexander Tead the'report of die
Committee on "the Relation of die Church
to the Freedmen."" The Key. Mr. GirradV
Eee, chairman of the committee, sent up an
elaborate paper, which closely and clearly
defined the relations of the freedmen to the
white population, the church and the Stale.
The committee could not agree fully with
the chairman's policy, and declined urging
any peculiar plan to the Assembly for adop
tion, only sending the matter down to the
Presbyteries without instructions. The
committee offered these resolutions, which
were discussed and adopted seriatim up to
Kb. 5. when ii war postponed until 10
1. Resolved, That this Assembly enter
tains for the freed people the sincerest sen
timents of good will and affection; that it
earnestly desires and prays for their salva
tion, and would encourage the employment
of every legitimate means for the promo
tion of their spiritual good.
2. Resalved, That it be recommended to
all our ministers to exert themselves to the
utmost of their ability, to give, as hereto
fore, the gospel to these people ; to church
sessions to urge upon parents among them
the duty of presenting their children for
baptism, and in bringing them up in the
nurture and admonition of the Lord ; a.nd
especially to evangelists and missionaries to
devote a portion of their labor to the pro
motion of the salvation of the freed people.
3 Resolved, That in the judgment of the
Assembly, it is highly inexpedient that
there should be an ecclesiastical separation
of the white and colored races ; that such
a measure would threaten evil to both
races, and especially to the colored ; and
that, therefore, it is desirable that every
warrantable effort be made affectionately to
dissuade the freed people from- severing
their connection with our churches, and to
retain them with us as of old ; but that in
those cases in which they prefer, though
against our judgment, to establish separate
organizations, they will carry with them
our best wishes for their welfare.
4. Resolved, That in view of the imper
fect development of events growing out of
the altered condition of the colored people,
and the great difficulty of the questions
arising from it, the Assembly does not re
gard die way as clear for a deliverance as
to the plan upon which our ecclesiastical
relations to them should be constructed,
but would submit the whole subject to the
wisdom and discretion of the presbyteries,
leaving it to them to adopt such measures
as they may deem best adapted to the cir
cumstances and wants of the colored con
gregations severally under their care, and
urging it upon them, that in case any
changes of the existing system be proposed,
respect be had to the question of the pre
paraUon of the colored congregations for
such changes, and gFcat caution and pru
dence be exercised in their adoption.
5. Resolved, That it be recommended to
the presbyteries in the case of colored per
sons who may be applicants for introduc
tion into the ministry, to adhere to the
course prescribed in the constitution for the
examination, license and ordination of
candidates for the ljacrcd office.
C. Resolved, That tlio Assembly recom
mend that whenever it is practicable,
Sabbath schools and mission schools for the
benefit of the freed people, especially the
young, be established in connection with
our churches, and that the sessions of the
churches take" these schools into their
charge and provide suitable teachers for
7. Resolved. That the Assembly is not
prepared to recommend the adoption of
anv system ot secular education lor me
freed neonle. but should any of the presby
teries or churches under their care see fit
to establish parochial schools for their ben-
elit, the Assembly would exiena its appro
val to Buch a measure, provided such
schools are under the supervision of the
Presbyteries or the sessions of the churches
with which these may be connected, ana
are ftrrnished with such teachers as they
shall indorse and provide. Further, that
religious instruction on the basis of our
standards be incorporated into such schools
as a distinctive element.
8. Resolved, That the heads of families
arc exhorted to afford opportunities to the
freed people in their households to attend
upon family and public worship, and that
they proviue-lor them, so lar as possible,
catechetical instruction in the doctrines and
duties of the Go3tjeI. ..
9. Resolved, That masters and employ
ers are exhorted to give to their servants
and employees the things which are Just
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and equal, tocxiena to mem every iacuuy
for attending upon the means of cracc. and
tonrovide. so farasjn them lieth, for the
raI ration of theirtgouls:. ' ? 1
10. Resolved. Thai the" freed people in
onr communion, who may be servants and
employes, arc exhorted to render to their
masters and employers all proper honor
and obedience, not despisinc them, because
they are brethren.- but, .rather dpingjthem)
service becausai they are "faithful and be
loved partakers of the benehU
Rev. Dr. Baird read the,, report ,of the
Committee on i?Theolonical -Education.
which was aUoptedsmdfim, until the reso
lution propoposing the change of location
for theTheolocical Seminary at -'Columbia,
S, C, and it was made a special order for
Nominations for vacant chairs in the
Columbia Theological Seminary were
made, viz :
Didactic and Polemic Theoloav. Rev. A.
W. Miller. Rev. W. S. Plumer. D D., i
Pastoral and Evangalitiic Theology and
Sacred Hhetonc Kcv. J as. A. Lyon, 1). JJ.,
and Rev. T. V. Moore, D. D. The election
vras made the order for 12 o'clock to-mor
In the afternoon session. Prof. Wood'
row, from the committee to whom was re-.
' i .i j ji i ti ?r
terrcu uie msyuruj ana minority reports oi
the Committee upon Kerision of the Hymn
Book, submitted the following:
The commVttej to which was referred the.
report of the Committee of Revision of the
Book of Psalms and Hymns, the minority
report presenfeTblJih eRe 5j sbo$
with otKer papersAegs leap to ordmeng
the adaption of "thel following resojaionS
i 1. Resolved, That the repB m
iCommitteekof Revwjpn beapproved.-
2TResolved, That the minority report
and other papers referred to the committee,
be referred to the Committee of Revision.
3. Resolved, That the committee be di
rected to incorporate in the Book pf Psalms
not less than fifty from the version used in
the Scottish churches, arranging them un
der the several psalms as part first, secpnd,
Etc., as it may be deemed beet. . -. .
4 Resolve, That the Rev. Messrs. Wm;
Jjanks and J . ii. iiryson be added to the
committee. i . .
5. Resolved, Thatthecommittee shall be
at liberty to make, in the book submitted
as part of the report, such minot altera;
tions, u c, additions or omissions of psalms
or hymns, or changes of phraseology as it,
may Ece fit, after examining the minority
report and other papers referred to it by
the General Assembly, and also the sugges
tions made to it by the membera of thfr
G. Resolved, That the committee, "whh
the co-operation of the Executive Ctommit?
tee on publication, be directed iff .publish'
for the use of the churches 'at the. .earliest
possible day, the book of psalms andiymns
with the changes now ordered or permitted.
, The Committee on "The Form of Gov
ernment," reported that after great labo'r in
going over it three times, and considering
a hundred and fifty suggestions, they are
perfectly unanimous in every item.
SUFFRAGE ASD AMNESTY.
Northern Views and Expectations.
The New York Times, in discussing the
proposition that the South shall yield'to
the principle of impartial suffrage, which
ignores color at the ballot box, in exchange
for general amnesty, which admits, all
"rebels" to the rights of the franchise and
to office holding, indulges the following re
The right of voting makes laws, chooses
our rulers and carries on the Vhole ma
chinery of civil society. Nobody capable
of holding any opinion on any subject, can
doubt that making laws, choosing rulers
and administering the affairs of a great
nation, require some qualifications of in
telligence and character. Everybody
knows, too, that a large proportion of the
negroes of the South those employed as
field hands during the rain of slavery, are
utterly ignorant utterly incapable of ex
ercising the slightest judgment, or acting
with the least intelligence, iri political mat
ters. If admitted to the, suffrage thetf will
not vote: they will be simply the tools of
somebody who will. . Ahis is a necessity of
their condition. Jit is not their fault. but'
their misfortune. Not because, they are
black, therefore, but because they .are ig
norant too ignorant to be wisely and
safely intrusted with such a power, itds un
desirable that all the negroes should bo
admitted to vote in the Southern States
Even if the South desired it, it would not
command the approval of the North.
JKqually unacceptable would be the pro
position for a universal amnesty. Such an
amnesty would readmit, to every right of
citizenship, to every civil and political
rivilece, to every omce.btate and federal.
in the United States every man who was
engaged in any way in, the rebellion. To
this we do not believe that the people will
assent. They may excuse those who were
dragged into secession or even those who
went into it under a sincere belietihat their
first allegiance "was due to their State Gov
ernments : and they may be willing" to see
mem again in omce. ,rui iney win not
consent that the original authors of the re
bellion shall again resume the official pow
er which they so. grossly abused. Such a
spectacle would shock, the public sense of
justice as well as create just apprehensions
ior the public safety, 'ihe people recog
nize a broad distinction in the guilt of the
different classes of persons who engaged in
the rebellion, and they are willing to make
a corresponding distinction in their treat
ment of them. '
Universal suffrage, therefore, instead of
being an offset to the objections felt against
a universal amnesty, being itself objection-,
able, would only aggravate the hostility
against that measure. A qualihed suurage
and a limited amnesty would be much more
likely to command the approval of the
people. If the South would extend suffrage
to the negroes, in common with all other
citizens, basing it upon certain conditions,
intelligence, payment of Uses, or whatever,
outer quauncations tney migut prescrioe,
an amnesty which should remove all dis
abilities from persons engaged in the re-
V.t1f . . t . .1 - -Ji 1 .1
oeiuon, except mat me original aumors 01
the movement should be forever excluded
from Federal office, would undoubtedly bh,
conceded by the .North.
r HAVE ADMITTED J. If. RUGGLES AS A
L Dortner in my business, dating from the 10th
Instant. A J. ILUWEKS.
iNxsnviLLE, Nov. 21, IWjJ.
FLOWERS fc RUGGLES,
Silver and Silver Plated Ware,
FANCY ..GOODS SPECTACLES,-
8 U '
NO. 41 UNION STREET,
,.,r NASIIVILXE. TENN".
LeMOINE & WILLIAMSO'Mt
Office No. 11 N. Cherry St,' near Church,
P. 0. BOX 375 NASHVILLE.
PLANS, SPECIFICATIONS AND ESTIMATES
promptly executed. A variety of Drawing for
Villi. ITnt TTnnuui. Oardeni. P&TU. etc.
to mlt all localities and tastM can be Been at thlt
T.l. ITIrVm.n. nn S TTInnor. Tl. H.ThbmPSOri
f. T. Berry, A. J. Duncan, Jlobert Thompson, and
Maj. W. D. lAirls. anawti
PERKINS, SWEXS0X & CO,,
- 'General Commission Merchants,
No. 8 Caronilelct, cor. Union street, J)8 Orleam
S. M. B WESSON,
N. T., late of Antln, Texal.
W. M. rEBKINS, 1
D. L. KEBNION.
aeplWAwto of rerkln & Co., N. O.
NASHYILLE UNION AND DISPATCH NOVEMBER 28, 1866.
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FAWi-AD WINTER GOODS;
Comprising full lines of
' . i MetinoB,.
;t;TL ... riAipa'cas,
sMvk'Qf Every D.escrip'tioiiif
,"''. . ' . ..
, 1 (."sScBrfs,.
Ciissime'cs, f ,
H oolea .Hosier?
And Variety Gooda generallj-. This etoclc or goodi
will bo found Iargf i and more attraetfre than any we
haTC heretofore offered, and will be sold cheap to
Merchants only. . . . .
IB BY MORGAN, O'BltTAN .& CO.
octSO-lm-tp - - 'V- " . ' .
Paramore, 'Sowers & Uo
Hoi 25 North Cherry St.,
WE ARE PREPARED TO COLLECT
Claims' against tho United States Govern
ment for property taken durine the war,
i ' i,"
Whether Receipted for or- Not
Oarfacilitics'for ,1 " . v
, Collecting Bouiiti'es
erantcd tirjder therarious acts of Congress are of
IXSUKE TIIEIU SPEEDY BATMEXT.
Soldiers and all others entrusting their rljiinn
in ottr hands arc assured that they will receive
OUR MOST CAHEFUIj ATTEXTIOX.
Artlcmberof mir'firm' is'lnAafftA In "VBsn5hcf-
ton City, and in constant comraunicatioa with
the rririous Departments of the Government,
and his extensive experience In thecollcction of
claims enables' him "to prosecute, ith
PROMPTNESS AT. DISPATCK,
any, butincf s cntntstcd to our charge
uivc us a caii. . . -.nOVZJ-oia.
WHOIiESALE DEALER IN
MEN'S! FURNISHING GOODS!
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t i j -c.i ' i-'r.' rm
,,1tiySXT.DOOU CITY HOTEL.
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A NY NUMBER CAN
BE OBTAINED AT
tho "TRABUE HQ3IE. 2J Imi es on the
Marlreoaboro rise, ai
91.OO Per Hundred,
By applying to tho gardener on tha ground,
leaving an order at-Stevcns& Watkina
. UL III
Store, corner.Union ana Uollego streets.
They should bo!plantcd darins this month.
GA AV "TfSAJl KITTKKS.
50 3fortIi Cherry Street, s
ESTABLISHED IN 1S52.
- and'l Gasfiitera
always on Ilaml.
TITTltl I V10- 1
Of every description, etc" etc u .-
. Chandelier,, Bracketfi Gas Fixtures, and Fitting,
etc, etc; epl6-3m-p ,
Good ChWi'&fL& Home,
9 Si -is
ONTHUBSDAT, DECEJf,DER. 13,
oEfcrat cublicaile; it the Court-E
otfer at publicaile,
Tit1I1. h Lot nf (
i at the Court-IIcmse doorid
Nashville, the Lot of Ground fa, Broad street, "Witt.
Kashville, belonglnglEo the estate of.M., L.Shel-.
ton, deceased, fronting 52 feet on Broad streer' and
rnnning bdckSO feet; on whlchJ'W 'a desirable and
welltmiu . . .
TWO'BTORY BEICK PWELLTOG
Containing right rooms, good' -cellars, cistern, and
eTeryconrenience. Sale to take place at J3 o'clock,
and purchasers will phase examine the premises
before day of sale. - The house it now occupied by
Terms i One-third cash,, balance twelve, and eigh
teen months, with interest, lien, etc.
31. II. llUWCbli, Adm, r.
A. .NELSON & CO., A gens.
BpMS & Bisxz j, jAuc tio'ceers. nov23-3v
HAS ALWAYS OK' HAND A GOOD ASr
ortment(0f . it
WALL PAPERS, ; , , . '
PAIGES, OILS.., .
i ..YARNISUES, i
1 T and. WINDOW SHADES.
Are prepared to do Houeo and Sign Paintintin'
all brancnes and in superior style., aint anop
CornlBanka1rilitcrs,-Alleys; hov24-tf .
LOOItiOUT OPOB BARGAINS
. .- Ill I . .-,'
SOI 21 PUBMC: SOTTAKE,
OPENS THIS DAY AN ENTIRE NEW
stock of ;
Cnstom-Madc Boots and SbocA
which he will sell at Panic Piccs. Those in.want
of cood. durable, stylishwdrk. will fihd them at
greatly reduced prices. ' . l
Old Stocli Selling Ecas Thnn'Cost.'
nov21'-tf ; 1 - 1 - - -- '
. K. AND
LANDS TOR SALE,
THE'UNDERSIGNED RESIDING A MILE
Ti.l a. half from Kosciusko: Attola county.
Mississippi. -cnejof tho healthiest and most flour-
lsmne; towns.in ine oiaie, uauicu jin uio uacgi
the New Orleans: JacTison and GrcatNorthem
Railroad; (which is already craded toit.) and only
eiehteen miles from the Mississippi Central Rail
road, wishipK.to chango-his investment, offers a
creat barsan to a Cash purchaser in his
Residence and Extensive
Together'with & Stoek of TwoTbdus'and Sides of
Leather, in the vats. The dwelling contains, six
rooms, andthcre are buildinja on the premises Euf
ficient to amply accommodate all tho hands nen
ceesary to carry on theTan-Yferd and Shoe-Shop
which is well organized with competent hands.
Tho Tahner thoroughly understands tho business
and tho foreman in me enoe-snop, is one 01 mo
most competent and reliable workmen in the
South; all bands expect to remain at their posts.
The demands forLeather and Shoes is s udeient to
consume all that I can manufacture. .
Tho Taa-x rd property emoraces Eignty Acres
Of Land, on -which is a fine Orchard. Adjoining
thts.fl own alTract of One Hundred and Sixty
Acres of Lind, with comfortable improvements;
and anothcr-Tract of Two Hundred and Twenty
AcreJ, Sixty Acres of which Ueleared, with com
fortable improvements, and choice orchard: the
buildings on this place are situated within half
a wile of the Depot site. XQcse j.anas lie
compact, and I will sell all, or apart, to suit pur
chaserr, very low, if application be made within
this year, l&oo. .
Address me, at Kosciusko, AttoU county, Mis
sissippi, jjCJiurju iiuii.
- 'FOR'THE TREATMENT OF
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Private Diseases, and
D I S E A S E S O F WOMB X.
83 PATIKfTS TREATED AT TIIEIH
II03IES.; URE GTJARXTEEDjqi,
All letters should be directed to DR. McOIIX,.
Office over John York's Bookstore. Union
street; between College and Cherry streets.
COLONEL P, TURKEY
HAS ASSOCIATED HIMSELF-, WITH
A. S. Colyar in the pracbee of Law in
Nashville. At nlltiaies one tr the Other" may be
found at the officoon Cherry street, in the Colon
nade Building. Together -with Colonel A. S
Masks, they will, practice law under the name
COLYAR, TUKXEY & JIAKKS,
at Nashville In oil the Courts, and at Manchester,
McMinnville, Fayetteville, and other places
where they havcJfonncrly practiced
oct27 lm '
,Gi. H, SMITH,
ATT.OKAEI AT 1AW,
fXFFICE'' No. 59J-3 Cherry street, North of
V ueaaeneic street. isepi
HAMILTON & CUNNINGHAM
TTAVE REJIOVED THEIR
HARDWARE.IiEATEER. GCNS. ETC.to
XO. 31 STOKTK COLLEGE STilEET,
-A'enr tbeX'abllc Sqanrp,
NisijviUjK, $QX.9. J56S..
C O JL t ElG EST RI, ,
HAVE JUST RECEIVED A SPLENDID
v assortment of . v ,
' DIRECT FROM-THE
JSvery Gun was made to their own order, and
have been , gotten up expressly with a view of
suiting tho buyers, of ShotiGuns in this section of
country - . oct23-3iainf B
OB?1. IiTJSK,IPrea't. ;T. B. BAMPEE, Cah t.
No, 48 NORTH COLLEGE STM
" i PEALSIS...., a,m .
, ,w 1 Government Sectirjitjie-,
r'uturrent MoneytU kinds.
made on sati sfaci ory. .Cpllaterals, -
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made on all rjoints, ... , ,y
on. all prominent points" Lought and sold..
; STERMNG ;EXCHAXGE . -
in sums of 1 and' upward for' sale. ' '
tPartifcS remittbe' Uncarrent'TSIobey cao
always, .rely on" gettWg'FairIta"tea and
Prompt Attention.- -ang23-3ra
" ' B.- U. irA., G.
ED. WILDER & CO.,
TOBACCOS ADD CIGARS,
-yE HAVE JJE3IOTED TO OTJE' NEW
And Spacious Warehouse, Marble Front,
Nor tli Side of Slain street,
NEARLY OPPOSITE LOUISVILLE- HOTEL,
OXE DOOR BELOW IHS COSXES.qr Sinn,
TVTiere we have opened an entirely newjtock of
Goods, and will oHer to tne trade, tosetner wua
A varied assortinent of , !
. , , , -,
Druggists7 Fancy Goods.
Liquors. Cigars, and Tobacco,
Comprislns the most complete assortaent in
in tliil ennntrr. All of which WB
shall offer at manttfacturers'. and less .than rnana
lacicrers prices. mwm-nuj
Corner Collesro anrlTJnion Streets
WOULD IHT0B5I HIS
friends and the pnUIe that he has Just fitted
op nd opened an eiepuii uesunraai orer jui
Saloon, where gentlemen will find at all times sot
only the best the home market affords, hut also the
best of ererythlog from a dintance Having pro
mjt of a fint-rata eeok. an j from my
'tor experience in hotel business, l'feel eonfideat of
Freeh Oysters received dally-Teened np.ln any,,
style ' Frrah Gaiae always on baad.
B. G. THOMPSON, Proprietor.
Corner Clierryiand-lfnlon ts.
BTarlford Insurance Co.,
"North American Jiinrance Co.
,l : -rtv stv YoliK. - "
or SKW TORK.
rilumbia Insurance Co; .
.Uastt, .uapi.tai.v....:..... ........ uv
Continental lnsnrancc Co. ,
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Cash. Assets. ,4, ...,wV 1,603,621 .OQ
Security Insurance Coinipany,
Cash'Assetsi .1,5-18,904 62
XortUwestcn, liife. Jnsurauce
" ' ! i Coiuanr.
,Cai. Assets...1..':,.....-.;.. ....$1,250,000 00
T" flRRVS PRflVPTT.Y ATt.TIKTHn ,AVI
: J J paid at'thU office Marinqnd. tire, RUklof
all classes accepted at rates gratluateu to tne bax
"We Offer a medium of safe and available- in
demnity second to none.
JKS-T.fe polfcies at LOWEST RATES with no
restrictions as to travel or latitude.
. Job. A. McOlnre,
. 33 Union Street,
: MUSIC PUBLISHER
And Wholesale and Retail Dealer fn
2 TjL )JST OSfOJiGAITSAJS'J)
A FULL SUPPLY CONSTANTLY OX HAND
of Pianos, from the world-renowned makers,
fteinway Sz Sons. J. B. Dunham, Soebbeler k
ehmidt. and A. II. Gale k Co. Together with
other makers of note, at prica, same as. New
York, from $300 to $1,000. Carnbart. Necdham k
Co.. and Geo. A. Prince's celebrated Organs, arid
JlelodenJ, sold at Factory Prices, with full war
rantee .Mine beine the oldest and largeit Music House
in the country, purchasers can always find the
largcst'itock to .select from.
Orders filed with. prqmptneM, and satisfaction
N. B-JIn' B. HAHN, tho well-known Orcan
.and Piano Tuner, and Repairer, is engaged by
ad Renairias of all kinds of .Musical Instru-
,mcnts,done at my house, atreasonahle rates. .
'Valuable -City '.Property,;.
!.., mW.Vi " ' t- ki
On1 tlie 5tli -December, I860.'
A 10 O'CLOCK, TTEDXESDAY, 5TU
. December, we will offer at public outcry,,
several pieces of choice Central Cjty Propertyas ..
follows': ' " "
T WEXTV-FIVE FEET on the cor. of Broad,
andflherrv streets, Sorenty feet deep, part of tho
which is t three story Brick Ilouse.
TWEXTY-l'IVE FEET adjoining, same
depth, frontiue'on Broad street, with threostbry
FIFTEEN' FEET on same street, adjoining
the above, with threo story Brick, lion je.
TtVEXTTFXVE FEET adjoining the above
same improvements and same depth. lr 4
TWEXTY-FIVE FEET adioining. running'
back oiie- hundred and thirty fee tt mere or lesr. -
The above one hundred and fifteen feet em
braces all the three story building, and good briek -walls
are run up from the foundation to the eaves
of the roof, and constitute fivestore.
FOTJKTEEIC FEET SEVEX INCHES'
routing on Cherry street, near the cornerof
road and Cherry, with small improvement
FIFTY FEET on Cherry sL.oooddenth.neit
.north of Captain Stockell's residence, and near the
tint mentioned property.
ro'RTY FEET on Chery street, a little south
of tho last mentioned piece.
TWE3HT FEET on Broad street, one hun-
dred and .thirty deep, .within ons.hundrcd feet of -tho
Morgan & McDaniel property., , ,
To all ofwhfclrwe respectfully invite the atten?
tion bf persons wishing safe and profitable invest
ments. Terras One-half Cashi balance In fix and
twelvo months, with interest from date, and lien--
retained, A. NELSON J: CO, 1,
3.h.!cR. Vf. BR0VTN, f A'mi3-
OP ALf KINDS, "
Cotton Beams and Frames, n
Cptt6n,Ha7and Rag Presses,
COPYING? PRESSES, &c.
' FAIRBANKS, MORSE & CO. .
125 Walnut street,
. A. PEEBLES,
HAS TOE HONOR TO IN
FORM bis old friends and
former patrons, that his Servians
are at their command, at the office
of the unitea ouurs surveyor or Cns
toms, cirner- or. Broad ana Front 3tsM
(Botd it Pkeelss' old office, Nashville, Tern,