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The biddings on the McNairy property,
by decree of the Chancery Court, will be
closed to-day at 12 o'clock. See adverse-
: 1 1 jMi
The weather yesterday was rainy and
disagreeable. Drizzling showers coming
down By 7reqJent nu Td Starts. Thjj
streets were muddy, and some of tho cross
jogs lmoyimpaablefromthe-m?re; i
Chakqe-.op Tim: os the Nashville
& Noothwioterx Hailboad. Onr and
"after f huday.-IToV 20, 136, "trainy trill
arrive and departs follows: j
Express arrive at Nashville ..-..-...10 A. it.
PSn&HJS prjiiPitRii4ftn' be Bale of
Jets at "Jioscbbclon the Franklin pike,
should, at 10 eiolook .ju ,M.,. -to-day, step,
into the fr ,ojrfflIbue at llie door of An
derson, Jghnson& Smith: and at the office
of J. L. SK. 'n0jrdn4 -fine crpVd,
good cheer ana good .bargains will be jhe
attractions offered ' ,T . j
Bo"ATiDL0P JlEAXTn. AT a reuTar miet
infl Boar4 of Henlleji) last even
ing, important reports'were read by Dr.-,
, rComptoa; from tho committee on epidemics,
nfor;bifAia,3trSm ihi cVmSfttA (on
hyciene. The first was referred to the City
Medical Society,- and the second ordered) to
be addressed to lite Committee on Water;
wodthCity CqncilgQ; f 1
A Doo CAaErr-There was considerably
excitement among a crowd of lored. in
' dVlaals-yerVY'Bquire, Wilkinson's.
Itfeems that- Budd Harriaopj a negro of
warlike propensities, had attacked a dog
belonging 'to one"; of the neighbors and
nearly killed' the brue. The owner of the
"dorg " 6qed Budd for damages, and en
dollars and costs 'was awarded,
Peace "Warrant Case. An indmbju
, . al named, Dag. feue2pueace war
rant yesterday, before one, of our city
magistrates, againstaleb-llarrison, repfe
pentingthat hewAs ir pe'rliof hlsfefrdm
the Jiands of the Jailer. Tbo testimony
failed to establish iho charges; and Ham
tin was taxed (imply with the costs in" the
case instead of being b'6and over, '
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All aMjbtake. Two men, strangers jn
the, city, mutually recognized each.,, other
- yesterday, and without askingiiame TBpent
the day very1 pleasantly as bid friends. It
turned only in the course of a little conver
satloa during the evening, that they had
never seen or heard of each other before.
The surprize of both parties mayjbc imag
ined, and .the long, prying, looks into each
others faces ought to have been pictured by
such a pencil as that of Hogarth.
51b. B. E.Pmxoirb,of Hew York, Grand
Bar fer the United Slates, of the Independ
ent Order -'line Brllh, jrill'deKver. a fr?e
lecture this evening at Concordia Hall, oh
Jewish education, in connection with build
ing a college for -the education of Jewish
youths. Members of the order, their
friends and families, and all those who are ,
interested in thasubjecUarefinfiled to at
tend. The,dor wll be opj?n:juf7 p. if.,
lectura to commence at J p. jr.
on the.Utliir)st.,1and,the,policei have al
ready arrested a number who have failed
to .renew promptly.. Yesterday a' German
named A. Ballenburger was arraigned oh
the charge ofttiHng'Uquor after hislicetlse
had expired. He. tas. brought un before
the police court and fined nine dollars for
the offence. The police are on the aleri
now after th6rli6 violate any of the tip
pling laws. - !
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Alleged TBElr,o,,A. )JJatqh. -A ne
gro, who has been waiting on K. Wilson
Foster for some time past, was arrested
yesterday by the independent detectives on
the charge of having stolen a valuable gold
watch from his employer. The" outer case
of the wateh was found hid in the wall of
the house where the negro was boarding
arousipg suspicions of ,tlie. boy's honesty
Griffin, such is thb' 'frcirbV name Hra$
brought beforc'Sqrqrc Wilkinson yesterday,
and sent tq jail ttywcttt&Jrial this morn
The Cuahjier of Commerce As 'Im
portant Meetixo to be held To-day.
The members of the Chamber of Commerce
and such others &b feel an interest in the
matter meet to-day at 10 A. m., in the
Chamb6r of Commerce rooms, for theur-l
pose of taking into cohsldcration thelegali
ty of the present three cents government
tax on cotton, Efforts will-be made to
have the matter tested in the Supremo.
Court. The subject is one of great impor
tance to (he community at large, and a full
attendanco of business men is expected
, A, Narrow IcREf-OnIgnday x -pov.
tion of the front rall of the old Banner
office on Dcaderick street came toppling
' down'upon the pavementjus oarly ffills-i
ing a perwn who Aras passing at the tinie.j
Had,the fragmertte fallen aa insfanf sooneri
they;miist have" inevitably stricken "down
the individual who, as it were, so narrowly;
escaped. e tbinkthe. antlipritieii should
( takefeoraa actioa1in recant to .inseCTiiSo
walls, as there are quite' a number about'
town extremely dangerous.' Accidents are
liable at any time- v
A NbORO'E KXPBRIBNOB AYVElt A GOK
He Qets hisIIasd Bloaym Qit. Last
rught, alwut half pastinedookj aine
gro wlio lives on Front street opposite the
gaswork, attempted to clean." out a gn
which had become foul. There were two
loads in the baml a email single fowling-piece-and,
failing to discliarge.thc con
tents In the propwiway, he thrust a rediiot
ramrod down the barrel hs' a last resort tb
get rid of the two extra charges. Tbe bt
f jron ignited the powder in both loads with
such force as to shatter the barrel of the
piece, scattering, the fraguejnts about the
room in great profusion. The right hand
of the negro-was torn-into fragments, leav
ing nothing but a bloody stump." "
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NASHYmEE -'CKIOF AXD , frISPATCH, NOVEMBER . 28,-1866: T
jmiMMfa ij? and'Rha'HnnnnA
thelanWof H. C. feell tired a viserman- B. S. Hamiltox. Javes R. GeekxJ , iiL.iW, "!' ' '
of the Pay Train Bobbers. We men
tioned vesterdav-thelarresVof H. C. Bell
havtnrr oha;wlS!fi?ftlIr under false bz&k W thelQEBrcli'lhd Spracfetreet
o iac-ri t
tences from Gant'Stacv. nronrietor of 5th
Stacy HouseJSbis arrest, as fctatfuj
in yesterday's paper, a warrant was sworn
in one ot ine
parties who robbed the pay train of jthe
Louisville Bailroad, some time ago. The
made public, but is based upon the conduct
and language of Bell previous to Iris an4st.
Bfl 'fcas'-estefday brduglffUefdre 'Squire
Wilkinson, but the trial was postponed
t&ntfl r&jctfweekj TSesaaf .lleanwlflie he
Loui6ville3ai!rdad -Company have teler
grapucu io-ajoiuijj jor bouie person wo
was oa me pay iran anue iimeoi me rpn -
bery to come to Nashville and see if the
person tunderTtrrest can be;jrjentifilja.dne,
'CSfi!5SrM -. '
JUpon(BeuVpperson at the7ttma,of his 4f
restflsapund', a numqgr g napers from
which h PJ?eara tatb&Aasbeen sailihgUWje havejnourtherneBrffrom JtHe ra:
him as HnnL .TannnVv. U'p oftliA f! R a -
another as RMGillespie, and still 4n
otuer as Ki. W. ell. Among other docu-
jnents wercseveral prder? written, inlaid
f t ' o . : . . .i ."V
10 .no.ocoii requesting me paymenioi nve
dollars, and stiff another for a small sutar
thf.K'ilftMimpnta.- ' ' 3 ' 1
T .1 : i i 4 r . i. i ril.
.ttaUvrayjItwishniostrespectfttllyto apply fo?
" ' . . . . . . . . ;
n, n... u u i ra,,.
This is evidently nbt'ihV first time'Ihat
Tin,. k : ? LiJ..;uU it.:i.nEeiect-ana setapana aay, leaving it op-
L4rj VttU -U UUUUlCi iM'Ulv l3LXKVf llllZ
wg.o uauic, um tcciu tuuiraie: j
rorcent thatthcreU at present an "indidt-
raentfV-j)endins JriCljritaUh county ajcainst HT
. lieu, cbarems him with manslaughter.
Ihelacts connected with tho killing mrra ;uth
aa to justify a husband wh0sohb"nor tad "been
me laccsconnectea wun tno Killing were
to justify a husband wh0soub"nor tail'
lated, and for these reasons .we .urge tb
'D09itidn of the executiro clemenirr.
violated, anu tor these reasons
BflSOng WO time, (hn. itl -
terpMitidnoCthe executive clemenj-.j
jAca ygur ijttitiancrs will evgt pray.hj. i
ked yg&r iietitioncrs will evgir pjray.uj. i ',
Bell is evidently an old hand in tn
swindling business, and from the papeVs
found upon his person it is quite likely,
that he has operated extensively in Louis
ville, Memphis, and other places. Prop
ably ihe trial whichttake place TaexLVek
Will develop someW hisHpast lifern indy
be that he is already a fugitive from jus-'
tice, in the manslaughter case to which tne
JibflVO Detition frferR.-v Ai 511 Vrpnta MpM
hhax be set 'dbwrf ak" S suspicious character.
Tskeske, ;Beevolent, AssofiCiTiok
"ThePastomime." The entertainment.
to be given at the New Theatre to-night
in behalf of the fund for disabled soldieri,
promises to be.one of the most,uniquejev(jr j
ollerea to the public. We learn that It is
to combine a musical performance by ,E6mie"
of the most accomplished amateurs, with jt
pantomine by( amateur Ther charapterq of
Nashville's musical talent 'is firmly estab
1!1.-J 1 1 I V. 1L. J. .1 V
lislicdj'and there cdtf be no "doubt ihit that
Iiighest siyle 6f Uh'e rfi UdP Ihi pantrf-
mime feature is something pew for
amateurs and will be, from all acconnta,-a
most pleasing and agreeable jserformahd.
xnose cngagea uaye naa some practice and
have been m rehearsal some .time; Thevi
are gentlemen and ladies well known in the
cityj-and will .acquit themselves with' a eJHt
anu auoru pleasure to mose wno win spend
the evening for the benefit of the maimed
soldiera at the New Theatre. !
ThefollowiqgtijuUiepfdgramuie : '
Come where my love lies drcitnj
2,)1 "AVhcn the n;eht!!;-Ecrcnad Abt. !
?, rianoSolo Faatisiejur-Soiunambula- i
Baltev-Tacea,! notte," ffiroratori.?Arerdh
5. ailRYandercr Feiea. ftvauA
6. Kolo ocal. !
Itccitation " Tho Conquered Banner."
PART II. .
JPanonfimo 'in two a'ejh. cnlitled '.'Theiragid
Trumpet." V 1
CAST. OP CHAUACTJSttS. i
OoIId. in the. eujploy.of lieppo, and 'in 'lore
with his daushterr-aftcrwards llarleiuin. '
Beppo, father of Columbine. -.
Toby, jereeant tQ Beppo ; also in Iovo with his
daughter. , '
Ficaro, dandy gentleman, suitor to the hand'
Sancho, servant of Fifraro. '
Columbine, Beppo'S daughter, in Ib'fd willf
Colin. i ;
Fanny, Colin's protectress, ?. r "
Farlcf, Imps, PcaranU, etc. - .
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The Effects of Spreeiso. An em
ployee of the Nashville arid ' Northwestern
Bailroad named Thompson' came to tdw'n
on Tuesday to draw his. wages. Getting
possession oi a snug mue -pue oi green-f
backs, he of course" felt on' particular good
terms with himself and -concluded to do
the fairthing and enjoy a fef? comfortablei
drinks. Unfortunately forIr. Thompson,'!
mc nquor was wo biryiigor nis nerves were)
too weak, and-as a consequence he very;
soon found himself in nP enviable condi-1
tion as to his ability to preambulate theu
6treet. The night wore on, and, somewhere :
about, the small hours, Thompson wasuet
Upon by two or three of those humarF hy
enas, who make it a business to prey upon,
thearoxicated, knocked down and .robbed'
,oeisrycent of money. The villairt3,-nbt'
content with going through the , pockets of
(jth drunken man, brui.seaan&.triapgled Jiun;
about theheadrand',faceln.a,frightful man-
ner. The jin'fortunate maif finally came"
under the notice of the police, who found;
himjlead drunk lying upojj.theavmeijF.
He Tr'as taken' tcC hevcalaooos'e, and yester-'
day morning he was brought up before the
Police Court, and, In addition to all his
other woes, was fined ninedollars. Somufch
for getting on a spree. The moral Is pal
pable. . ' ; .
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FIast Drivxko. Maurice Broijq jls one
of those Jadivuliiah who. believe invniaking
gocd time through the world, cb'me wnat
may. On Tuesday he was captured, after
having spured up his rasenante to. perform
almost unheard of' feats of speed nlbng'the
harsh and cruel boulders of bur rockycity;
Endangering other peoples lives wasnoth"
iffgto'Maunco inliii mad careeralong the
crowded 'streets and over the much fre
quented crossings; The 'wild career of 'th?
steeple chase rider Wa JiqwAverJ suddenly
ended, by the intervention, of a cooplctof
etralwart policemen. whQ.jnarcheafilra
he came up before Recorder tosterWyho
called on him for the sum of fifty dollars
I Tjocal Jottings.
i; t, i c v . y- r .
ailfoad arelinglmanu&ctureu m pe
Scverafmembers of the Senate, in cdm-
pany with the Superintendent of the Nasli
ville and Chattanooga and the Northwest
urn xvaiiroau itu lor juiiiisuuTiiie esier-
day for the purpose of inspecting the great
railroad bridge across the Tennessee in p'ro-
r miim?rirrii .
(jrcaa 01 cuiiKiruuiuii ill. uiai (uiiii. t
We understand that the Tennessee Colo
nial Immigration Company have received
orders for nve thousand Irish laborers to
be furnished as soon as possible. j
Louisville has been visited by a perfect
carnival of crime, but we are happy to
. 1 & 1 I t I
i tire immunity irom greaucrimcs.ior.ajlong
utimepast:"" ...-- - i
The streets Ster&Yweremua'dv find
pUppery in many'Itfeilitiei'andJl'we saw
TunriyToTdoTcers-on, but quite the reverse
tot theitvictunil'j fr iil Ml
lii'Jt unst., the day set apart by the rrei
ident for a general observance of thia pus'
torn by all the States and TerritoriesJ
tr ,, r, , n, x a
Governor of this State. wl
The custom, we believe, oricinated .some
year3 ago in commemoration of. the
I v iuv UOMI?yivuiuviaiiuw A1VLU U(VW
. time.jmtil a.vear or twfinpp.it laa hppri
c"lroI.ieaci ..utlle 0
1 a! JV 4i 1" i 1 . . .1"
Kir WeCf haS ot'ermo. S
UrflWtrprl infill VevrVmrUn fv,tla'
Seneral(lre.ujiionof .the, .scayered, , housfrj :
1 holds. j ',
Tirir Afirnvp tup Tlif e Stat.tti-iv j
iiTliftJflolnKifl' etafAni'JfnrU VtrXtntl UUn
', Jjurejqf . Muggins ..and o.ther. famous race
duringjthe i war, buVbas etnyy.l)eccime
the property of two well-known stoclc
raiBers-of this-viefnity. - -JaeJrMaloKriS'b
,'ll't f, ands perha
the best stallion among.hls lamea sire'f
numeronsrrlale progeny ' Hea a magnifi
cently' formed animal, intlie" brime of life,
eight yea.es old), jind fluslied with. dLthe
vfgor and game of the stock from whichhe
sprung. - He "will b retained id' Tennessee,
and ifis expected that he will do great
things for the breed of horses in this Statij.
I . iAjFiR Class . Firm -JVe IcalU atten
tion to the advertisement of Messrs. Mo
Laughlin..Butler i& Cq., wholesale oeeni,
pGblisTiea in this niorrinig's ' Union ana
jD.ispatcli. This well-known house' offel
fine inducements to those who wish to
purchase No. 1 articles at reasonable'Drices.
The firm have recently secured.the services '
county, Tennessee; 'who wjll be'(gTad!tq?efe
'liii'old fnends. ' Give4 tliem a'call." j
Jar, - - i- JmJSI
CXfiEDOKrAK .-SocrETY. TKSons- of
uwi w'"s'8 4 u"j "
e.St- Andew'l on the night of th
iJJIJtiOPst.; at r of a'A saloon; ' Ahe members
are requested to mee,t at Henderson Brotln
ers, on CESrry stfeetBt ? 'o'clock on Frii
iFor Sale or ILeasc, '
milAT BEAUTIFUL BUILDING LOT-100
X by'16 feet on Broad street near its intersec
tion with Carroll. WcstNashvillcv Also, a num
ber of beautiful lota in Edgefield. Also," a num
ber of fire acre lots in Brownsville. 1A miles out
Lon-ond near Porter Pike. Also, small frame
and nine acres rich land VA miles oat near Gal
latin Pike. J. L. k It. W. BROWN, Agents,
nov2S-lw 3SJ4 Union street
Ten IoIIars JScwartl.
STRAYED OR STOLEN, FROM THE PREM,
ises of Capt. Joseph Ambrose, on Friday
orcninf. 23d inst. a GRAY MARE belonging td
tho andersigned. Uer left hind leg ie luger than:
tho right. X am informed that ne was een on
Sunday evening last in possession bf a negro boyj
btween five and six o'clock. The abovo reward
will be paid to any one giving information that
will lead to Iierrecovcry, left at the lower Landi
ing; corner f Jackson and Front streets.
nov2S-lt JOHN MALONEY,
TIIE MBMBERS OF THJJ ABOVE, SOCIETY
will meet at the offico of Henderson Bros.,
No. 60 Cherry street, on FRIDAY EVENING.
Nov. 30. at 7 o'clock, and from there march in'
procesnon to Ford's, (late Stedman'O to cele
brato St. Andrews' Night.
By order of Committee.
JNO. DOUGLAS. .
TJ0V2S-?t JAS. M. SINCLAIR,
Swelling -'Hbuse '-Fori&nt?
w . . , . .On Jnion- Street, n , ,
(Opposite New Theatre)
Aov28-tf I "
county, about tea mileS'Xrest of Shclbyyillc,"
on tne'iiewisourg atrwoaa. on .uu.MJAi.tao
17th day of December,' and from day to day
thereafter, all the .personal property belonging
10 tald estate, consisting of Household ana
Kitchen Furniture, Earminp Tools and Imple
ments, Howes, Mules. Jacks, Jennets, Cattle,
Sheep and Hogs; (the hogs-consist of stock hogs
and fat hags ready for slaughter, .the jacks are
young and very fine, and a portioi) of the cattle
are Very superior:) Corn, Fodder. Oatsf Hay,
ivnd a variety of other article.. '
And on the first day of January there will be
sold at the same plaie the tract of land consti
tuting1 the homestead, containing about three
hhndred and forty-eight acres, all under, a most
superior cedar fence, and divided .into lots and
fields with tho eamo description of fence: frame
dwelling house, of .six or seven rooms, elegant
and commodious'. Tbo outhouScs a'ro sew and
very superior; fine young orchard; forty Tjr fifty
acres of meadow ; plenty of ncver-failirjg water.
The personal property x ill be sold, on a. -credit
ojLtwclve months, except where the, .purchases
are 16s than five dollars, in which case the cash
will be required on delivery of the articles.
The land will be sold on six, twelve, ighteea
and twenty-four months, time. Notes with ap
proved personal security will be required in all
cases, and a lien will be retained oa the land
until tho purchase money-is paid.
"REDDING JONEsT' " - ?Oi
NATHANIEL .BAXTER, J
JL NO. 17 South Summer street will be rented at a
bargain forthe balance of the this, with the privi
lege of next year. For particulars, enquire
above. 0 et2i tf
I pnlts. arrived in this citv vesterdav. He
i wSil bred by dol.?5Vl3. oYSummer' county,
hflfoTola hinf tb1 torlics out of the State
XAUT U ,"-LAto ?aH.;S:'J3reen & Co
B. S. HAMILTON & GREEUft
r - - . rv I
JMXH6.mi5 'CHTTECH STREET. !
III ......j.i XEVt
20 barrels Cruedan1r Pffwillrco' "Susar i
29 bsrrels Granulated Sujar:
200 barrelsjbhoice Flour; ,u
,5WJ'b'aiTl3 Nos. 1,2 and 3 Mackerel: ! .
f 1 300 kits do. , .do. . do.
10 baj3 Pepper-and Spies
100 boxes Tobacco :
1 fT .1 T . 1 1Tl f w -rf
50nejU Tubs: . . , .
' 50kegs English Soda v Ji't ?
' '25 boles ESglish Soda ' , '
200 botes Star and Tallow Candle ;
zuuooxes ooap; ,
20 kegs Sy nip, very choice; " '
fe .boxe4aadhalf boxciEaisIniA Ji5
FIRE CRACKERa AND, TORPEDOIS
lborcs Fire Crackers1 . Y
SnuEt Oysters. Sardines,:Canned Fruits, Brandy
PcaehesPina Applcs.'uthiessf erbVes.irfger.
Flasks, Jars, Brooms, Pepper Sauce, Tomato
Catsup(eUiej,i;tc.. etc. f ' :
TVe also in.vlt.c atfentlba iapur large sioek bf
Robertson. anil Ilonrbon WhlskicsJ
Old Port. Sherrv and Mndefr AV
pagnt,Brandies, Kutn, Gitf.imd thccelpbrated
'Corn Whbky.' ' ' T '
ii u mi tyu:i;iuu repieuisumg PUrjWCB. ana
aro'aetermined to sell as Jow as afay hfluso In the
city fot CASH. ' -. " r i
' nov2?-tiljanl -F " "5
WHOLESALE GROCERS J
i A 'j
Aleuts; tor tlie FranUlIn Factory,!
if . i U ' ': it, I
COTTOJf, ! t '
TOBACCO, ' j
' DRIED FRUIT. Ite
t . -1 v , r
Solicited, and Ilber.il "Cnsb" nrlt-nnnei tnnrln nn
the same, ' " .
..' I ROWLAND,-SPERRY Sr CO. 1
NO. 1 UXfcON STREET, Uptairs.)
ALFRED T. POPE. ' ' FRANK, CAMP
POPE & CAMP, ;
Att dTli ey s "a t ' Ii a w
Ofllcc, iFi rt Ii . 'tin 'a JeflersorV, Snratosra
" Bnlldlngr, (upstairs.)
D. "WALKER. J. Li tf ARYAN,
WALKER & YA&YAN,
ATT()K E Y .n - a t - L. A v'
41 Cherry Street, (up stairs,) (
3m NASHVILLE, TENN
COLLECTION OP CLAIMS,
AGAINST THE GOVERNMENT, j
f) KUS0 SVHAYI NG CLAIMS I'OITCO'rTON,'
A llorses, ooa, liumDer, iron or ai 0 rcnanatse,
Ucen or purcaasti Dy ins urn tea ataies ana nor paia
for aUo clerks, mechanics and Uboreri who have
fktied to rfrcetro compensation for services rendered
would dp-well to eW on us tit ocroulce, litfi
' ? U 'S9 bhrrr-' StWetC L a
HOWARD & NELSO.V,
. .notlS-3m ? AttoniBys.a'ad Claim Agents
SAU'L C0TAX. JAS.II.l:aAPSBAW.
S. A. nAXDLT
C6WM, BklMf'' 4 'iio!,
."."'Exclaslrs Wholesale Pesters la
NonoNs1, gioves, ftOsiEiir, Eia
Jio.tp, Sortlieast Cor 1,'ulj. Square,
WE nATI IN ST0BE. A "WELL ASSORTED
stock of erery thin; embraced cider the bead
of tWabovd Uaapf goods. We know that w can
make It to the Interest'of tbi trada. to buy from hi.
We InriU an Inspection of-our
Splcndl3, 'ew ami Heavy Stools
BelleTlnKonjDnHAe4, thStJwOknaw th
trad, and are prepared to.sBpplTits waajs,,
ep9-3m'' - ,ifVt.t - 1 .i-r-y
Sons ot emicrance.
MEMBERS f5FlELYSrAN GROVE
nivi.tlon No. 1 aro horebr notified ttfmeetiat
th.ir Hall on THURSDAY .EVENING at 1
o'clock, to form and- prweea tb Masonic Tem
ple. All apsTidUested to provide themselves
with whito glores.By order of the w. P.
--Jl5 GEORGE. W. N0RVELLE. R. S.
nov27-3t . ..
gr&nd Dv:sI6i.,' '
mHEJJRAND J)X'ISH)N..,SQNSF IEM
I oertnee.,'wi?lon:vetieMrrAnnuai'i5esst5n in
"Sons! Halli'AMasomoffempJccoq TiUBgD A
nAiwTo it 'nt 10 nVrSPk A. ST.
There will also be a-juccil session held at tho
same Tplase t-7Vcloe. on WEDNESDAY,
A RE NO Y ECE;VING. ADDITIM?
tAVio their present stockier ftcam? laaba
'"T' 5hasjCoc"oa.all Kradc?: ' , ' '
-J' 75hosiheadsSugarir , , . . . i ,
: Nasliville .and 'Ghattanoosa-
.KX?,. jA -X, TH W A, jV7" :
t : f . ! ' !' -'
r.li- : k'tf ' ' i-a ' ' " " ' i
. K.. & C.i asp JJ. & N. Wi.Kaii.wat.
asnvuie. xetm., .Mows, im
( -VN? AND' AFTER TCESDAY, NOV. s.
Xsfr 'J 508., and until filrlheriiotie. IVisencer
trains, .w,il)f run as follow;.
,i; yNaslivillo and Chattanooga Elnc
i5.'!U).,i40'A. ). Arrive Sit KasTivilla;atl:)
. fca i:jj x.v. next aay. i . !
A'.rti-aiE'g connect at Wartfaco for Shclbyvare.
Snra&BYVittE' Accommobatios LeaVe 'Wnr-
80 (.K. Arrive atShel-
1 vaa a. v. JLeavo hllal
;00 P. it. Arrive at War-
trace, aq&uei a. it. and ll:45. f.
FAKE TO'ETV ORLSAS- .... .031 S3
. MOBILE '.. is
' MEMPHIS t-ts. IB OO
, J,v .;HUHTyiLLEii..T"-v , TPS'
' '. CJse ctnettions nitde at Stevenson nml CJiiit-
itagpqg&'jfjr -aH cities iat andSouth.
STeephig can on all Night Paenger trains.
" XariTlHe aail Xortliwestcru Line!.
sJohnsonvllle.iad all points West and Northwist,
aiyjju.u, ite;an)tnc arrive 3 at jNasbviUctat
IO.RI a. it.,
r ApccfsriiODATios. Leaves NaShvillo at 3:00 p.
J"'. , na iu jiiwu iiiu a. j. w n a.
To-take cfc.qt oa and after Thtfrsdfcy, Xorrcpj-
jcrK', low. , .1
liaicroa int r. .v. . n. a. connecsai
Johr.sonvjller, Tritr the Cairo- and -.lohnsonTliQ
Packets without fail. .j , ,,;
3Iertbs and JlealsFREEflaSlcamws eoa
ccticr with Jf.-and N: JV. Railroad.
O" Passengers by this route sare expense of
.Sleeping Car nd Meals between ashvillajwd
Cairo. . ; '
"Traizastop at all intermediate poinB.'
Procure tickets at H C.Jacksonlj opposite St
Cloud Hotel, or at the Chattanooga Depot.
W; P tSJiESf Genl Sap"t.
, . N & C. and N. XV. R. R
t.. w. USO W, Gen'l Pa5.Agent.
TKEEE-EOUllTHS .'QE A
IF 8230 WIL.li BUY A POMCT OF
810,000 IN A TUCTPAIi COJIPANY,
IT WII.I) BUT ONE OF 814,610 88
IN THIS A DIFFERENCE OK
AlttOSr FIFTY PER CEHT.
IF. TRAVXLEKS. . INSURANCE COM
PANY ofjHartfordlssues LifrH51icies.rtbo
iW.X tir.Ttr.Arnf T.ifp 4I?T Tm A KOII-fi'dl'.
4"eitflei policies. And.ai'nnewfeaturoin the
death, but bodily irjurics the assured rccoiving
weekly compensaiton while totally disabled from
the necessity-of pretaringaeparltATravclgrs or
Parties seeking either Life or Ai-cidcnt Insur
ance pr both; would da well tb call'6n
Atfhn flfricBnf the State InjuranaalComoany.
Sescnd Natignal Bank BuildinJCoflego streo-.
ti.t24 lm- ' '
'cMoXWD PROCURE, A.jRE.qiSIERED
lO Ticket or Policy oPthe Railway Passenger
Assurance Lompany. qi iiariioru, iao same nar
ingalargoCash Capital. All the Accident Coc
paniesofriete'ra the United States'faaving beea
cqnsolidated into this ane' H'J t
A $5,000 Ticket, for one day costs only 25 cents
For three days, onjy 75 cents. For five days, only
ST 25 cenfr. For'ten days, onlv $250 cents: and so
OTjjqr thirty.oayg. xnese AWKei?, cover nosomy
Traveling Accidents, but all others. They are
r ..1. th. Tl.ilma.l Tinlrel lUini
corner of Church' and Suibmcr streets, orposito
novS lm Agent of tbo Company
K VJT I
DEALEB IK ALL KINDS OF
riu . : '-i.i- ' ; '! 'i...
LUMBER, SHINGLES, ETC.,
' NAGIlViLt.t, - - TENN.
Hilta i JBSDEItSlfiNED, HAVINO'lli-' bntlt
I purchased the upper Saw Mill, known as the
"Beserroir ilills," be is now able to offer to the citi
zens of Nashtille and Surrounding country all kinds
of LamVer at prices to suit the times. Tears of ex
frleac6at,the bnetneef justifies him la saying that
all work-shall be turned out In a workmanlike man
ner. By strict attention and fair dealing, he hopes
to merit a literal share of jatrooage. Cali and see
for yofirself t( f"re contracting elsewhere.
oct25-tf M. C. GOLDBERG.
. OF NASHVILLE, - ,
College Street, near Union,
DcrisnaJid Depositary and Jiaancial Agent
oisxac unitea states;
it lqprepared 13 transact afi-ea
NEW YORK, ft i i I
vnr APT fAVC
rfT rr rr txowistluea and
- -1 " ' " ClfitftNNATl.
Government Soturities, Gold and Syver,bought
aSsWoaiommfeion. -f : 1 3 ' ; n
5 "'T0HN LrMSDEN.resident. '
m?f THOMAS. Cashier,.
octl7-ly. : t ' -
FOR SAXiE AT AUCTIOJJ.
X TCESpAY, 4TH OF DECJE3HIER
fronting abut 37' feet on' Sprue'ruoains hack
KOfeetmoreerless ttfaia aney. .
Terms liberal, and made known at Ui aaie.
ANDERSON, JOHNSON Jc SMIIHj
Reai Estate A geaU.
S-.BjjBBCyra.. , . GEO.JF..I1B0JVN,
teJSS,VA y- 1-ate.ChiefCl'
(Seeond :Flbor,J ' " teaw-
P. 0. R0X...VAsnVILLEr IENN.
. jlrt'-ti.. '. ,r --f '-it 1
.a-i ii-. -. hi
pLAIMS FORiBOUNTYV BACK PA'R PBN
J iWHS.IraBtPPrtation, (rail and river.LQBar-
ilOtaSES ' A3TI 3IBTJE&
Taken frdfiaJTesnfisseana and Kentuekian9,ond
iaKea lr4fia.Tnfireansi ana Kentuesinn9,and
used by the, United Stale troops. Lo of Hones
Officers 'and - Soldiers in TJ.
Three months Pay proper due discharged offi
irs to certain, cases, and all similar claims.
j.'i"uiiiuj ancnueu 10.
.1 . . 1 . . .
Recent 'actS hf Concre hare fnerMnfithe
Bounties and Pensifnsdna soldiers or their.legal
oein, in cerium cases, anu piaceu eeioreu 2v.
diera and. their heirs en the fame, footing b
Correspondents deircd in all portions Of the
country. JJu.in$6 nt us by mall will receive
Our charges .will be reasonable.
Referex-ce Mai. Gen." Reo. n. Thoma.. II.
Si A.: Gr. ?Wm. ih Brownlow ; Hon; A. J.
Fiether,Seerotoryi'tatiof Tonnosee ; Wing,
Tbbey .t Co., Bankers; and First National Bant
of Nathvitfc: and o&cem irenerallr of h lata
volunteer army. novSa-Sm
(Latdof Lanier, Phillips & Co-..)
Wholesale Grocer and Commission
So- 30. sotrrir hakket stbeet.
' Nashville; tenn. ' 5
T HA"VE"JTrsTi"RBTlTRNED FKOM NBW
JL Yasknd BaltjttBere, where I purchased a
new stock of Urooeries, and am now opening at
my old stand, No. 8& South Market street. whTrc
1 will pe pisflsect to :ei my mends and tbetpnb-
r' I shall endeavor to se41 flroccrlos
,t.k. ... i ... m clj . . . . l . .
at such pricM that merchants will find it to their
interest to any fa Nashville instead of going
farther. Any business entrusted to me will -meet
with nromnt attention.
The following articles comprise a part of ray
stock inttorc and reeiviur:
Chuee Pi KSuar, extra D cm erara Sugar.
Fair to Good Demerara Sugar, Crashed asU
Powdered Sugar. Cut Loaf Surar. Ground and
Granulated .Sugar, A, B and C Coffee
Stuart's Extra Syra. .Choice Rio Coffee. La
guyra tonee. urn uovernment Javi
eboice Riee, Wheeling Nails. Bee- Ufi
meat Java Coffee,
GronndrMnstard, Pepper, Spice, ets.r .And
general stocK-of Liquors; Copper and Lead
all of which will bo sold low to the trade.
nov25-3m L.H. LANIER,
For Rent for the Year 1867,
Or for a linger Tens,
A valuable Cotton plantation,
.in Franklin county, Tenn., near the" Alaba
ma line, IT- miles from Nmbrille. on tho Nash
ville and Chattanooga Railroad. There are
about 400 .acres cleareU and very productive,
with plenty of house room, stabling, etc, besides
estensiver ranges, fer eattleand stock of all sorts,
with abundance of water. If not rented hefora
the 15th day of December next, it will be rented
on that day to the highest bidder, at "Anderson
Depot." Mr. John F, Anderson, at the depot,
will show thlsland to anyone desiring to rent
For terms, apply to
irrr a solid capita t and ashct
0 ,0 O!
And lis Steck firmly held at 3185, th, PBKI'X
stands deserredlyiat-tht bead of Sound Tin Irvsar
II. St. ?lAUIt:t, Girl Atxant,
Wurtehi-Branch Office, Cincinnati.
31 College street.
A Splendid Eesidenoe Tor Sale
On,. aCrwIlt of Ten Year?.
.T.WILL SELL iM Y,RE8IDENCE, 0NBB0AI)
JL Street Pike, with Twenty Acres of ground
attached for fifty Thousand Dollars, payable in
Ten Eqnal Annnnl Payments,
each bearing interest, with good personal tether
security for the first five payments. - .
A description ot the property is unnerury.
Otfao and examine it.
Posscssilon Given Immediately.
Nashvilltf; Nov, 27, lRii-lm
JLA1V NOTICE. "
K0BEET L. CABUIHEBS, JE.,
aSJPERMA'NENTLY SETTLED IKKASU
VILLE. WhereJio will pursue thepfactKc
a Law in alltbtsOonrts of the city. Office o
College street, over tbo Bank of tho Union,
adjoining ,fho place of Cakdtdkbs & Cftorra.,
ostSl 3m' .
JASH'LASBlttlX. O.W-.n.BrTLKB. r.Awtwiu
Formerly jofNevias, Keith & Co.. -
WLAWKLIIT', BUTIEE & C0
(Sac4eMri toF. A. Irwin & Co..)'
. COilMISSION MEECHANiTSfJr
-' " ititiit? w k-,
BAii,TvijsEs AXp juoaoi:
Corner .Market and Clnrli'StrectS;
JUDGE J0HNfSBRLBN k JNO. ClVOiROft
ATTQ.RTETS' AT LAWr::
?Jr.Ul ' CHERRY STHtEEr Jr'"
1 .iE6re Bent,
EABT 07 TilEl TI2TE BESIDES OS,' SO. 151
North. CoUriM Street, eontalnlar f.i-ti rr4mT
no. is orta voiugt.