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.fovl .mSMH;LE 1S66.
IX) VX OJTE AXOTHEK.
ttrt it : ,
And if hU neighbor chance to
A pretty female woman.
.Tjwua mo coiaeu pian:
. hy, love her all the more vou
rri i . . -
iutt i umyjHMios numan
Sir SrmiTs. :
f j !
i,ipirU?" said Johfl,with
offiitamncst care w amine
idesdiKsaid hor maid in reply.
i or he
Itfaejjottlo this morn ins."
A Meteoric Meeting. The colored
people of revr York city had a meteorici
prajfetimeourj&in Tsmcnsome cunousgcenea
were enacted. The speech' of trie Dresidint?
clergyman yins ai follows: ".Myprethren.'
tall on your knees, shouts of ' ulory,'
and 'O, save us J'3 The great xed dragon
with Rerentcen heads and twenty-seven
horns is to rush across the sky Cries of
mercy,' J and death on a pale horse' is a
riding like fury after the beast rVpice."
'I'm ready; save me, captain l Be ye
also ready, brethren. Voice, 'Ise on the
sloop of nalvation, and I'se bound for
glory. Come at-once the devil is in the
air. Lord, chain the 3evil. Hercules
and Mars and all the goda of the heathen
are gathered in the atmosphere to destroy
us; but glory be to our Maker, lie can
fight all of them. Amen. Mind the
fiery serpents above your head. Keep
them things off; Amen. They are worse
than the Copperheads, for the Copperheads
can't km tue sout." juiory.j ine cler
gyman having concluded, a black woman,
weighing three hundred and buy pounds,
exclaimed, "I don't care no how if' de
heavens fall on me, for I'm ready for glory.
Let dem stars and detn installations come
down ; de can't kill my soul." ;
Dkdjking ar the Ache. "Come in
and take a drink, eh?" said TimM'Moran
to John Nokes, as the latter was returning;
weary and worn irom his day's labor.
iNo," replied isokes; "I've made up
my mind that 1 can do better with land
than to drink it."
" Who's asked vou to drink land, Fd
like to know?"
"Well, I find that every time.I.tdrink
sixpence worth of liquor I drink morelhan
a good square yard "of land worth three
hundred dollars an acre."
The Most Solemn Tuino. " Mpthefi1
inquired a little Ctrl a few days since.
" Whv is it that people say it is !a solemn
.1 J" n T. . 5.
ining 10 aie t ii appears 10 me it is more
solemn to live."
"Whv. mv child?" .
" Because it iB only while we live that
we do wrong, and to do wrong, 1 should
think the most solemn of all thinsrs."
How far was that child from being right?
Oucht not neonlo to be more careful how
they live than when they shall cease, lb'
A roon woman and her child lately set-
tled-iri a Western city, arid, were greatly re
duced and in need of food. The child ee
ing a chicken in the back yard, wanted t.
kill it und have a pot-pie. " o, no,"
the mother, "that would be wicked,- and
God would surely punish you." " Then,"
said the youngster, looking up, "let's move
back to New York there ain't any 'Clod
Ak authoress comnares a man to a Bilk
umbrella in these quaint terms : "A good
man is like a stronc silken umbrella, trust
worthy and a shelter when the storms! of
life pour down upon us. A mere walking
si. i i. .1 :.. :
Saturday? iDccemb crj3i5,i;l86;
JoifnfB. J6htrfya. Samuel RMbaulind
IN PURSUANCE OF -A DECItEK OF THE
JL Chancery Court at Nashville in the aboYe
named cause, 1 will ?e)li-at the Court'Housejat
Sntiirilay, December IStli, 1800.
No, 1. The undivided half of Lot No. 76. fcn
tho JIcNairy WesUXoshville property, said lot
fronting 60 feet on JlcUavook street, and running
back luy feet, to a 15 loot alley.
No. 2. Tract or 4 Soros an
30 poles, conveyed
to S. It, Morgan hy W, 11. Howel!
No. 3. Tract of 6 acres and 130 poles, convoyed
to S. It. JUorran by L. 11. Kay.
Terms op isALr: -ii ami twelve months credit,
with interest from day of ralet Notes required,
with approved security, and lien retained.' Sale
freo from redemption. . I
MORION 1), HOWELL. C. and M
William IL Haslam and others vs Catharine
ilaslam and others.
rS TU11SUANCE OF DECREE OF.CHAN
ccry Conrtat Nashville in above nained cause,
1 will sell, at iheC curt House, at Nashville, on
Snturtluy, December 13th, 1800,
fiotio.W), in Ilflleh & Whit cside's Addition fa
nasnvuie, ijingon Hamilton street, anu running
from. JlaLciiiftr taiprnceitrcct. ' TtAt :
TRRiiof Bri One, t-b and UMKycars
credit, with interest from day of rale. Netes re
quired, with approved security, nndlic-n retained,
bale freo from redemption. t
, JdORTON B. J10WELL., C.jindvM.
M. S. Allen, Ex., vsj Mary E. Young and'
, others-., . T
iN'lPCRSUANCE OF DECREE OF THE
Chancery Court in above -case, I will tell, at
the Court House, at Nashville, on S (
Satnnlny, December IStli, 1S00, J
A tract of Vi aores. near tho Nolens villo Turn-1
pike, on the road leading to Mill Creek Church,
having upon It a neat frame bouse withf6u"r
"rooms, besides all needed stables, out-houses, etc."
ITThis place is about two and a half miles'from
the Square and isjiut the thin? for a small; family'"
who wish to luf ouCof the city. f
TttJi8 ok 5.M.:: Credits ofsix, twelve, eight
een and tweaty-four months. Kith .interest from
date. Idtcs rctrinred, with personal security, and
Sale free from redemption. , i
IIOWKLK, U. -and Id, I
Elijah Dickson "va Dennis tlonrior "and
eV lii' otherk1' '.' ' '
IN PURSUANCE OF A DECREE OF THE
.Chancery Court in above case, I wiil soil, at
the Court House, at Nashville, on
Saturtlny, December IStli, i860; J
Tho ftillowine two lots in North Nashville to-
Ut. Ooram'cnaing at the Nbrthoost corncr (if
Ccllvllle knd a street 33 feet wide, running 11?
feelMorth. to an alloy 10 feet Widesald'alleWbe
IngllO feet south of Gay street? theneorftTight
angles 110 feet to a stake: thence at right angles
t j the street aforesaid : theneo at right angles 80
feet to the bee inning on llcllrille street.
ii. A lot frentingIB feet on Bcllville street,
adjacent to tho abve, and running-back 110 feet
to an alley. .1- - ,
TgRSOP,SiLK gix andtwelve months' oredlt
With interest frem day Of sale. , Notes rcaulredi
with xprovewrlty, and a flea rtaincd. Sale
' H0WELL.MJ, and T.
NO. 3 OBTn, COLLEGE u TBEET,
IjWW BABBEL3 EXTRA. FAMILY IXOUB
'200 barreli extra ssDerflns Flour : I
50 hogsheads Hew Orleans Sugar.: . j
'25 hocsbeods Seinerara Sngar ;"
50 barrels Crashed aad Powdered Sugars ;.,
iod sacks VrhneBlo Coffee . , "7''' J ! u
25, sacks Xagnlra CoCSee) ' I
25 barrels fresh Bice f 't .;.,'! 1
60 barrels Kew Orleans Slolassea ; , j
00 boxes Proctor A Gamble's Soap.; j
150 boxes various brands Soap ;
A "POO boxes StarTSwdies A t Al?T "
100 boxes Tallow- Candles, hard pressed ;
ItCO'boxei 'nne'Chewlng Tobacco
40 iross Fine Cnt Tobacco ;U,' )
2S barrels Smoking Tobacco ;' ( "J,'
25 kegs' English Soda;
i5 kegs American Soda; 41.--40
cases 1 and 2 lb, cans Osten; '' '
" 50 boxes'Pepper ; .7-, ) .o-.;:
50 boxes Spice;
60 boxes Indigo ; xg .
. t -60 boxes Ground Mustard ;. .
25 barrels Mason's Blacking" '
CO bqxci pint, quart and half gallon Bottle
20 hoxes Garrett'a Ennff ; T j
. 20 gross Dnrkee's Blnlng ; ' '-'
25 barrels Bourbon 'Whlskx
U carrels liobertson OonntyiWiussy-;, j
100 barrels Foots Nash Proof Wbiskv 'M ! -i
100 barrels Ginger Cordial; -,.
.- 15 barrels Ginger ?ine,; j fig) j) , f
15 barrels Sweet Wine ;
;. ; -Mibarrels Grapo Ylnegir"; t-st j '
25 barrels Lemon Sjrrnp ;
, ou poxeasurcn;
60 dozen Buckets ;
' 50?02cn Brooms :
2000 Flour lEacks; ' ' !
50 boxes assortAd Candv : ' ' 1 I
Brandy, Rum,- Gin, Wines, of various brands, at
1VKAKLEY & YAKBUOUGirs.
No. 3 North College street, Nashville,' Tennessee.
. , ; ARVEB
THE SUBSCRIBERS ARE AUTHOR
izod agents for tho sale of the eels
E, CARVER C0IIM SINS,
f n i ' ' i ' - V . i i
So long and favorably known throughout
the cotton-growing States, in which the
sales nave tar exceeded tnose ot any otner
make. Its superiority it operation and in
gualitvofr lint prodoced acknowledged
byTtho most iofldentiaf fon Tlanters,
Merchants and Manufao '
Alli8i29 fropvl8 tb 'lOOjBawsjeac
stantly on hand or furnished from t
i the man.
n factory. ;
2$j Send for Circular.
ALLEN & HILL. McALISTER.
sep27-lf KashvUle, Tennessee.
B11E ., .THAXT0N
nAVKTHIS DAY t
REMOVED TO TIIEIK LAH6E AND
AO. 00 frOtTlI COLL.'kdK STREET,
jNASHYIIiLE, TENN., j
A HERB TRET "WILL BE HAPPT-TO SEE
tbelr eld friends and customers, and wonld
i vail themselves of the present opportunity of e
:nrnlng thanks for the liberal, share of Datronara
heretofore bestowed upon this house; and they
hope by their enlarged facilities forStorace and Sale'
of Cotton, Tobacco- and other Country Productjto
mctii a continuance ot ine same,
Micy ttUI maTie liheralCash ndranccs
on Cotton, ,Tbhncco, and aU Produce
consigned to. tlicir;care. J
Their ierms will altravs be as low'u nv mnnnVt.-
uie nouBe, oere or cisewnere. 4 i
iney Kill at-air times Tteep on hand a fall and
complete stock ot
.GROCERIES AND PKOYISIONS, i
..''fJS 1KCLVDIX8 ' 1
TSTich,thcy iv.Buarantee to'YhV' Trade In'every
iobuiqcq, b( iae AjoiTcni iriarKei ivnics.
IJKIES A THAXT0N, ,
sep8-tf No. SO South College streot
P. P. PECI,
31 ('O U LJEGE STREET,
. NASHVILLE, TENN.
I In &-tlt )
Capital and Assets....... -...J3,fM,922
OF NEW DATEN. . . '
Capital and Assats
Vasliibtor Insurance do;,i
Capital and A.ts $875,000
iEtno. Life Insurance Comp'ny
Cash Assets ..
OF PABTFOBD, ;
Capital and Assets' 8725,000
iTlOLIOIES WRITTEN ftv vti?tj AVnxt iu'tkt! ,
Bisks, and diossct 'Dromniwitn. .utr'fhU
Office. Also,-appUcatlonstf.Vtlft-andt'Acddentt!SvJ ' .
risks in the aboveSrst'class Companies.' ' I At.C. W. Smith's DrusJiW, NashviUeL JennV
oct31-tf-ep r 1j-Vtj 1 1 JfcoWtf- -J 1 " JOHN D. KLIirirAseat.
S, SICKLES & CO.'S,
4$ OOJULEGE TRBET.
VN ACCODST OF A?DlSS0LTITI01i. OF.PAKT-
nersnip.jwo are compelled to ssll'onr ewcS or
Consisting f '
i KE'UU trom si.25 to 51.50 per. yard.
PgPLINS, from -50c.,to 5L60 per yard, j .K(fj. (
All Wool DELAINES, 0 cents' per yard.
JIEAPOLITAINES, from 35 to '50 cenU per yard.
FLANNELS, all colors, from,45lo75'percyard.
ALPACAS, all colors, from 45c to SUM per yard.
. i ' j i .'''
CALICOf( at 16, 18 and 20 ents per yard.
,DOiIKSTIOS, at 20 todlcents per yard. '
CLOAKS AND BASQUES,
ai tl -
j, ThUjU'a"great indaceaent to ths-LadlesJto feet
Cheap anc! Handsome Goods.
EST" Call and examine our' Stock- before' nurchas.
lag eisewnerej. ..
49 Colleee s"trect.
A: A. SPENCER & CO.
Southeast Cpriiox. of
Churcb. and College Streets,
F OR WARDING
' ' AITO DEAlVEltS I V ' ' :
pjt o i it.'c'e;
f K O
" 5 t
Orders filled witli Care at tho Iowest !
OIIRTjARGE WLAREHOUSE enables ns fo bf-
fpr snnerinr inducements to Planters and Others
Shipping their Cotton and other Produce t6 ns,
liich we will make
(Sell, Store, or Shipj . on the most
.Parties favorin; ns with their business may
depend on it receiving prompt and careful
A. A. SPENCEK & CO.;
So'uihcast comer of Church and College s'ts.
S. N. JUciv. E.. B, DsiVEtt. - A. R.
MACEY, DBIYER & BKOWiY,
HarttTOre ;aild: .Cutlery,
GUM AND'" LEATHER ELTTNG,
No. 3&scstvi3idoPnijlic Square.
Guns ! -:Giiiig;J'
rpHE SPCIALAUENIION. OF THOSE IN
want ot , .
Fine Bird Guns,
Deer Gun?, andrr '
mall-bore Squirrel Grnns,
Is invited toonf stjck, wfifen we are now recoivln'g'
irom ine manuisciuiers in ngiana, (our own im
portation,) consisting of Guns made by the following
"ILLIAM GREENER, - '
and other eobd makers.- flavin? a larze stock of thn
above in store, we will offer extra inducements to
those desiring to purchase, -it . '
31 ACE Y, DRITER & BROWN,
HILL MCALISTER &, ALLEl, j VJ-O.W.BECEIVINO A LARGE LOT OF GE'l
' - -i ceries, consisting bf Flour, Bacon, Sugar,
(Successors to J. A.McAIistcr&Co
Commission and Tjpxsw:arding j
COTTOlj jfirfi. TOBA'CCO'ilfJTORS,
-Cor. Broad and CoUegro Sts., '
NASHVILLE, ... TENNESSEE.
omce of fixe Traveling Ajgency
roa TBI ' , ,
St. lBisHatuaLLifqnrancc Co.,
In the States. ofKentucky:.aad.Tiinesse. "
VCorneT : bx-Vlae nin'rl1 'Clitirth' strpr.
C 'H,A.N C
VAlUABIiE PROPERTY tS
OTViltfUE OF" A DECREE OF THElfon-
X' 'orable Chancery Court'at" Golumbia, Ten-;
I nessco.auneSeptemDer iertntnereonsw,intne
1 case ot j. u. unnrcb ts. James ai. uanreii, j.
will proceed to soil to the highest bidder at tho
Uourt-housQ in the tntvn of Columbia, on hutnr.
22'd' Day of Becem1cr next,
jThat Taluable property knoTvnaj the
Methodist School Property
Sitnatcdjn the townof Colnmbia, Maury county,
Tennessee, containing abont seven vrti nflnntl
upon , -which there is a
spend ip building;
purposes; and the same will be sold on a' credit of
one, tiro and three years, Trith interest from date.
Except the cam of $6' 0 in cash. The purchaser
required to executa note with approrea.secnrity
ana a lien-retaiaed fortho purchase money, and
will be sod free from Tight of redemption.
non-la j. ii. lijii 1AMS, u. and ji.
BERRY MILL HOUSE
CHANCE'RT SAL El.
til lUIsOUADUis Ur UL,JlittJ3 Jt Uti
iThAnrsarv Pnnrt In iha mqa nfTnnmi UrnlTTiYnht
Adm'r, vs. Lucy McGregor and others, I will sell on,
the premises, on
TUESDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1866,
At 11 o clock A. M.. the cronertv known as the
BerryhUI- Place, on HcLemore street, between
Church and Broad. The Lot fronts Cu feet, and
runs back 1C0 feet to an alley. Ibe house contains
five good rooms, besides kitchen, servants" rooms.
stable, etc It Is now occupied by Mr William
Simmons, who will furnish anv one anfilvins with
Information regarding it
TEil&la OF SALE are credits or 6, 12, 18 and 21
months, with interest. Notes required with per
sonal security, and lien retained. Sale fcea from
reaemption. aiuuxun a. uuwELii,
BOTH-td cjerk and Master;
,. OF;VALUABLE( ,
R E A IV IT t? TAT E.
WILL BE SOLD TO THE, HIGHEST .BID
DER upon tho premises, 'on
Saturday, December 15, 1800,
That valuable Tract of Land on which tho lato
Nelson Lavender resided, situated on thnhpnil
waters of Rutherford's creek, near tho village of
iwemn iivu .uisiricr, Williamson county, xen-
il nessee. containing aouui
About one-half In cultivation,the other half well
iiuiuurcu; it kuuu irauio uneuiug iiouse, ana ail
necessary oui-nonsesmma nover-jaiiing springs,
Dotnirce anu limestone water, tuis is one orthn
most desirable larmi in Middle Tennessee, and is
weu wortny me atteniion;ot tnoso wisning a SQod
anu ueaiioy nomo.
- Terms, one-third each in ihreo nrinn.il
ments, from April 1st, 1S67, Jiotes with two ap-
proved securities, hearing interest at 6 per cent,
nor onnm. andalcan retained nntil the nnrp.hk.ifi
mbriey is paid. Possession given the 1st January
nest. vi. v. liAVtiztuiiti, .
. . .. Executor.
xnompson's btation, xennesseo.
1 '6 'f !
A N ELEGANT ASSORTMEXT Of -trv-cnv
,- . tnmj new and desirable. Our. stock of .
DRESS GOODS .
; " ' . VJJJV (
la unsurpassed by any in tho donnti)'.' 'Also, every
UUI UCH 111 t i
TELYET,"SILK? and CLOTH CLOAKS;
it j:. u ' 7"" :l " 1
, ,, white goods;
MKH'3 AJ.D l.ADIIcS?.."U!DKn.WKAa,
(ll.HX'lt VTt'. ITT' T f
Tn'shorf, every thing In our line of tnsi ness foiuht
ntwti th. m . rdwnMi . . . . .1 . . . 1 .
-r" wu,, iniyiaviv wijuo, numnt pricm .uiai
canno. iau 10 give satuiactfon.
And will always turn but as represented'.
It. T- IvimtPATKICIC,
No. 35 College street,
oct21-2m-sp Old stand of B. O, McNalry A Cd.
. (Lato of the finn-of jrayne, Jamw & Co-)
W U O I K sHB GHO CER
.Ofj M Mi 8,8 IO ij, il E R O H A N T, j
NO.G -SOUTH MARKET STREET.
Soecial attention ftven to the sale and shinment of
uotton ana otner.i'roance. octr.'-U
NEW WOOD YARD.
WOOD FOB SALE AT YARD, OR DELIV
erod. cheaner than at anr other yard' In the
city. Terms atrlctlv CASH. , r
Yard corner North. Front and Jefferson
' Witts? 7 - i:
jj M Ud sfG.tPlDASF0BTH'Agnt.-
ccs-8m. . .
John Dr Horton and othw t.' Jb ' W.
TS" PURSUANCE OF A DECREE OF THE
vL-Chancery Conrt in the abova cases, I will wrll at
ineixuriiioajln5ashvllle,on ' f
Saturday, December i. lse,'5
Lot No, 9 in Bostrorth'l Vlx-n. fmntinv Xl ft An
Cherry stt, and rnnning back to a 12 fo -t alley.
Also. Lot ulofninEf AttAVtf. frnntinrr "ri fw.tnni
uuerry iireei ana running bacK Hair way to Uolli-ge
reti, Minf pan oi lue i,ot conveyeJ to Jo; w.
Horton Ty C. K. Winston.
TERMS OF BALE Credits of one and twd years,
wlth-Jnterest from day of sale. Notes reonirrd with
approved secnrltv, andlien retained. Sale free- trom:
.rcucmpiion. JlUi;iU. a. IIOWEUXj.
novl-ta aerk and Master.
.OqrneU,nAdnCrl v. A,X Blabemnre
IS. PURSUANCE OJ A DECREE IN THE
above causa, Irendered by the Chancery Court at
Nashville, aithe May Term, 18C6, J will oftr for
sate at tne uourt liouse at Jiaohvllli-, on
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1866.
A Lot of two acres of Land in the twn of Good
MT. V,. 1 ..I .1 . . l .
tho south' by-Cedar street, on tho west br Cross
street, ana on tne nftrth by the lands of A. B.
Maithesi bine the nnmtses at c resent occncled as
residence by 0. "VV. Blackmore.
TEKMS Six andtwelve months' credit, and free
from redcmDtlon. Notes reoulred with miraml
security; and lien retained to secure their payment.
novlO-td Clerkand Master.
Snsatt ,B. Eabank., Adm'rx. -w Mary A.
, riRlit Jtnd others.
IN PUKSuANCE OF A DECREE
t tJATUifflAJfr DECEMBEE l..f 18G6,
ITheTraqtorTT Acres of Land purchased by John
In. x.aoauK, tieceasea, irom vm. ii. JenKins,;npon
which is the Distillery erected by said John X, En-
bank, now deceased.
Any lnrormation In regard to the property can
oe proenreu irom rt-ui u.JUCAav. nm.li. Jenkins.
or the undersigned.
XJSKXS !r SAJiE-rCrrditi or six and twelve
monins. witn interest. Holes roanireil with road
. MOBION IS. HOWELL;
novlO-td Clerk' ahd Master.
C. Provino et
als. Vs. H
BATUBDAY DECEMBER 1. 1866,
Several Tracts of Land, comprising tozether ahont
115 acres, on thaNolensviUa Tnrnpitn, conveyed to
Edward L. Ensley.by Knoch EnIey, Sr., by deed of
gift, registered in Book No. 30, pass 62.
'iiiese ucos wtji tie uivwed Into tracts of from five
to fiflr a".rrs. to suit nureh&sers.
- TEEMS OF SAXE are twelt months' credit.
Notes trill be required from purchaser with rood
UUBTUN Ii. HOWELL,
. . - r.i i . t - r .
Clerk and Mastejr.
Aner Turner y, F. D. Richards.
IN r.DB-VANCE OF DECKEE qr TUB
Chancery Conrt at Nashville in the' above named
cause, I wil sell at,tha Court House at AashTillei on
SATURDAY,. DECEMBER 1, I8G6..
Lots Nos. 13 and tt in Winston's Dan. each front.
ing oo reet on iasr street in iidgfnelil, and running
back 111 ft-et.
Also, Lot No. 7 In 3fcKoberts 1 JIcKec's Man.
TEBM3 OF SALE Credits of C. 12. 18 ani 24
motghs, with interest from day of sale. Note re
quired .with approved security, and a lien retained.
iie iree irom rcaempiion.
JdOIlXON D. HOWELL.
novlO-td Clerkand Master.
L. B. Woolfblk v-i. J. H. Chariton et als.
TN PUBSUANCE OF DECREE OF CIIANCEBT
A Court at Naihrilla In above named cause, I will
sell at the Court ITouse at Nashville, on
SATURDAY. DECEMBER 1. lSGS1.
Tbrea Tracts of Land In Civil District No. 6 of Da
vidaon county, adjoining each other cltrw to the line
of the Nashville 'and Chattanooga Bailroad, same
oraitjtu or om. l.cvj u j, ii. onanion, contain.
Ing respectively 61Ji acres, 5 acres, arid Z1X acre.
These lands are a part of the old Edmund Owens1
tract, and will bo sold, free from ml-mption, on the
TERMS Six, twelve and eighteen months' credit,
with intercit from dav of sale. Notes reouired with
approved security, and lien retained.
novlO-td Clerk and Master,
vm. JtoiSH, Aamr, et', v..i. m wiinei-r.
TN PUB30ANCE; OF A DECREE OF THE
J. Chancery Court 'at Nashville in ab
Court at Nashville in abovo named
cause, I wlu sell at the .Courthouse, pn
Saturday, December i, isgo.
a. Tract of Land of 18) Acres.sold by Felljt
A Tract of Land of 1814 Acres, sold by Felix G.
Boss. decwsei. to' B. 3f. WJicler. and situated In
the Third Civil District, of (Davidson county, Tefai
TERMS OF SALE Credit of six and twelve
1 Irom redemption. .MORTON B. HOWELL.
I UovIO-td .. Clerk and Master.
Nfohol s llobsou Wv W. Tnomas -t nlp.
.TNJ'UBSUANCE OFsDEOBEE of.ghanoer,t
A Court at Aasnvilla in oqvo. named cause, 1 will
sen ai ine uonn iiouse, on
SATURD Y, DECEMBER-1. 18C6,
Lot fronting 68 feet oa Chrry street, and mnnlne
back to Crlddle street, loinod bv the nrooertv of
Saran Stewart on tno soutn, and iuugens Ulten
ville on tho north.
TERMS JOF SALE Six months' credit, with in
terest from day of sale. No' e reouired with Personal
security, and lien retained. Sale-free .from redemp
tion. .fc. iUHUlVJjil. iiU Kl.lt,
DOT'O-td Cl'tk and Master.
CHAS. BOB"ERTSO IV
ASD- 'v ' ,
XO. 17 S. MAIlKETTj STIIEET,
WOULD REMIND HIS OLD FREND3 AXD
Customers that he is more than over, pre
pared to supply them with the very besfof Light
liread, Crackers, Cakes, Candies, etc.
file' has also on hand tho best of Wines, suita
le for medical purposes. besiJea snherbir'.Int nr
tmporteu ccotcn aics anu London i'orier. and
fine brands of Cisars. A lso.1 Currants. U.unn.
Just received, a lane assortment M Yhne Art! I
Icies.emoracingxoys.irecraeKersiSlaaks. and a
very! fine assortment of Fancy Confectionory.
suitable for Christmas llolidnva. which will hi. I
som wnoiesaie ana reran. nora-tf
rrnE undebsigned, having seen ap.
X pointed Agent lorths disposal of theproporty
lately inthi bnds of A. B. Morrill AA&ftfonVrs for
sale their large stock of merchandi4.t, very low
prlcer, consbitjng Ip part of the fSjjwfrig :
1,000,000 pounds Horsa and Mulehoes. ,
svu,uw pounds vat NalU and Spike ii
0,000 sets Lead and Wh-elllirness. -
With a complete assortment of -i' . J i
.Carpenters' and Blacksmiths'i Tools.
JAMES WOODMAN, Agenta
novs-truttneiw ov sortn AlarKet street. I
First class Note Paper at $3 00 per ream.
First clasiUetter Paper, at 00 per ream.
l irttcJasrQOlscarl PapenitSfcOO'rir ream.
rFirat class Legal. CanJBaper. at J6 00 per ream.
gjenehptgpper.jnrcam boxes. $4 00 pe
ream. Wil. XJAilULK, CO..
novafl tf .15 Cherry street
'ln'fiifsfY S&ATE PENCILSr h' wooden
tV,UUv boxe. afcffl cents perl00.H
Best French eoDv5ncInt.nnrnIn.
Best French copj ing Ink, parpla, at-75 pt.
Best Black Ink. at 50c. pt. bot. -
Arooia sJjfcsoU, pts. Sot, 4oi,.And,2o2i
BOT20-tf 26 Cherrrtreet.
ENVELOPES. at3Ianufacturer Prices, trans
portation, onljr added, a larto stSck of all
sites, ahd.qnalities. ,
mi, QAMnLE A,C0
- -aUGollfge street
4 ' .iU
I ftnilW ATflTPStT'TfiPir tvv fir', i'vir unnro
I I intheeifv. " Mertic.il nnofc. and iirtin.
Stationery, at'pnces Ibwer than'any bldjSttlcJat
cost. WM. llAilBLE'&jtfOr-l
,26 Cherry street
"68" dlz. Calf Pockfet Books, it S3 50 ner 'dm.
36 dot. Moroco Pocket Books at sTperdoz.
36 dor. ilorocd' Pocket Book?; a't $6 '00 per dct
400 Photoarraph Albums, 16 picture at-40 cents.
200, gross Eatcrbrook's Steel Pens, at 75c.jpr. gro.
WM. GAMBLE & CO.
nov20-tf 26 Cherry street
' Late of Guthrie k Co.
i. K. OILBRKT,
Uf Pulaski, aenn,
.- pi.J. nORDOS, u i i
of Pulaski, Tenn.
Gilbert, Parkes &t,.Qo.,
IFIiolesale Grocerhi 1 '
FACT O R S,
Sonth 3Iarltet St., Nasbvllle.
WE ARE NOW RECEIVING AND r WILL
keep constantly .on hand a rood, assortment
of StiDlo Groceries, which we offer to the trader
at the lowest market Tates. We have. amnle
facilities for Stqring Cotton and other Products,
and will spare ns pains ti obtain for those'mak
ingf Consignments to us, the highest market-prices
By strict personal attention to business'we hope ot
merit a liberal share ot patronage.
octa 3m .
Lyon's Periodical Drop
THE GREAT FEMALE REMEDY FOR
These Drops are a scientifically compounded
fluid preparation, and better than any Pills. Pow
ders or Nostrums. Being liquid, their action is
direct and positive, rendering them ,a Reliable,
speedy and certain specific for the cure 'of all
obstructions and suppressions of natures 'Their
popularity is indicated by tho fact that over 100,
000 bottles are annually sold and consumed hy the
ladies of the United States, one of whom f peak in
trie strongest terms ot praise ot tneir great merits.
They are rapidly taking the. place of every other
Female Remedy, are considered by all who know
aught of them:, as the surest, safest, and most in
fallible preparation in the world, for the cure of
all female complaints, the removal of all obstruc
tions of nature,, and the, nromotion of., health,
regularity and strength. ' Explicit directions sta
ting when they may be used, and explaining when
and why they should not, nor could not be used
without producing efft;ts contrary to nature's
chosen laws, will be found carefully folded around
each bottle, with the written signature of Joux L.
Ltos, without which none are genuine. '
Prepared by Dr. LYON 105 Chapel street. New
Haven, Connecticut, who can be consulted either
personally, or by mail, (enclosing statu p,)concern
ing all private diseases and female weaknesses.
Sold by Druggists everywhere.
0. a. CLARK. CO.,
Gen' Agents for U. 5. and Canadas.
oct20 difcw evvre,d-ly ... , .jf
rriRE UNDERSIGNED HAVE INFULL
I n...;.tn k.; .111. fn Mni..tr......:.. Q..t
Doors, Blinds, insida and eut. bath stationary
and pivot slats; moldings, Cornices; Brackets,
Washboards and Caieings, Door and Window
Frames, ornamental and plain : Mantle Pieces,
vi cAtnerooaruing ana ciooring, uressea xeaay ior
use: and every discrlptton or wood-work con
nected with building. We are alse, prepared to
contract for Buildings entire, or in part. We have
oeen ameavy bapciuh in pruvunnaauu puuiQK up
Machinery, tnd nonebv Dunetualitr anddlsDateh.
to merit aud receive the custom of a- generous
Orders from anv section of the Southern coun
try will be punctually filled, .-.a
, Oar Shop is in immediate connection with'' the
Locomotive Shops of the Nashville and-Chattanooga
Railroad Company, near the Sewanee.Coal
lard, on Cedar etreet. .Nashville Xennessee;
TURBIVIELE 4 FULCHER.
ang25 to 1st ian. '67.
FOR SALE. ,
rpiIE SPLENDID PROPERTY ON TENNE3
1 ' SEE RIVER, known as tho
liOiij; Island Plantation.!
containlne SIX IirNDHED AVD PfiHTT
L ACRES, of which about two hundred. acre, are
uviicu anu in cuiurauon, iour nunarea acres
nre on the. island la the Tennessee river, over
which the Aashville and .Chattanoosra Railroad
passeii. About sixty uteres areon the north side
of tno river, and inulud lngsome of thebest build
ine sites In the t jwn of Uriileenort. The soil is of
'the.rery: rithest qualitrofxivee bottemland, and
will prod,ucf) in groat abundance, Qotton, Grain
'und Grass. This prdperty musfnltimately hecome
of great value. It' will be sold for.Cash,- or on
accoramodatini terms. For further information.
applyito . . i U4j
- ' Reffl rfelata Aie-ht. NaihvHIft.
TennNee.,.i , jnojllrtf
, of Ttftiesf ec.
. of Virginia.
Face, Lavender & Harper
Cotton and Tobacco Factors.
- i. i
General 'Cobmusjion Merchant
o.'30''Cn toit Street, ' ' "
SEW ORI.KAVB Vi
(LITE OF AtrouSTA, CIOBCU,),
J-V f tonal serfiees to the eTtfiens of Sathvllle
wOffice atlhit reatdeaeNo-. NortH Vine street: