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)bn City ScnpcitiBKRti, who (ail to r-
ceaye their paper regtilarly will confer a
fetSr (by inakin'lkjs Jaei knpj-ri at our
eoSnhng room. The consolidation of the
ewl routosf the carrjfroCh TJgfioK
Axri AMBKibAtf-and btlhe Dibpatoil,
the necessary reorganization under the
new order, has been attended kith some
unavoidable confusion, but in a few ilayi
we esH profttUe the old regularity.
QuAJfciiRY Sales To-Day. It will be
Keen from advertisements on fourth page,
that Morton B. Howell, Clerk and Martor
tfPlhe Chancory Court, will offer far sal
to-day, at tliopgiirthoute, some very valua
' mo mly and wburban property. Tlvc
Mfenerian lots, on College street, ami a tract
idT Vand on the Buena Vkfa turnpike are
BMgst the number.
Ml to a late hour lout night not it single
arrl had been reported at the police head
A iAYor two.ragH Uie the well k
iirmuellieh Settee! building, wasnuld at a
A man named John Blatz was arrested
- yesterday ami lent to jail on the charge of
Baring stJn a calf. He wan afterward
roMMei aiball?fnnd will' bV tried before
the Qftainal Court.
vyDHBXa, a aide alarm vi ;fire Jitter
dar merninz about one o'clock. Tlic cn-
-giao8iwcre out railing tlireugh the Jdreeti
dlatareMHg the jmmWhI dumber of our
.okiMni, all ta no purpose we are happy to
r-t , .
'Dk. L, Ij. CJoiKJiAS"haii "rttiwvotl bin of
fice to ilie corner of Church and McLe-
reareNlreet, whune he will do a general
jpraeuev. lie nan ni a weu-fxocKva urug
store-in ootweetioM with his office.' See. fid
. . Tj"Q watchmen jat .the-peuituitiarfl?Jgt
ntHi-n quarrel Thursday, whereupon one of
litem drew a revolver and menaced the
Hlur,' wiUi'miVfinHg the. weapon .'however.
YeAteruav the IxHIitreront individual wan
brought before 'Squire Wilkinson, and
. .fined jbr hid iudutaretion.
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Ubavy Storm. It commenced raining
about seven o'clock iaet evening and oon-
tdmfd with little inlcrmwsioti throughout
the night. If this storm ban bven general
it will rai5e the Mreains throughout thin
ipurttoti, of the State to flood heiglit, and
owMiderable damage may rexult.
. j A Coax, Oil- Refixkiiv. We bare, on
' ayral occasion, ftpokmi of (he necessity
eif an oil rofinoryt or near.thi place, to
i aeaure to Xcuhvillo a trade whieh properly
lltengs to her. Miswrw. Wnllcer & Yaryan,
,J. K. Reeve and II.T. Yary.t'i Imve taken
uh4W ef!t, and are making arrangement
tiiibiilmoneiiniaetliatelv. ilicy iiave e-
I it niAfu if Inml -1L Alii innnliim nf
enovlib'TMEcanu Jtrown'8 creek kir that
nose, ami expect to have it in running
fWer in about mx week.
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TlIK XMIV1U.K AJD CJIATTANOOOA
lUlLHOAlAfTK T'ilKIT'SmrilRST OP C'oN-
TBiiitrrioxTf tiib Sottrii, In retly to,
au npplieatien from Gen oral Superintends
ent yiSJC, of the liOtibjvillc and Nashville
itallroad, In regard to the policy of the
Naxhvillc and -Chattanooga Railroad in
ahipping'06fl'trlb'fitionr"'ld the destitute in
lb SolUh, the Superintendent rcplitM thus.
SmviLLKf Dec 4, I860. A. Fink,
6teral Superintendent Louisville and
Nashville Railroad: I have ecided to
trancpert ; fr& all" auppllM donated for the
peer; bnt shordd the State make appropria
Uhv I will Imve to charge them. Let' ino
kftffff whatyoti decide to do.
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Owi'l Sup't N. fc C. and N. fc N. W. H. H.
. Gei ifNAI. Court. In the oa?e of the
Ste w. Frank Iww, aalored, and Ed
ward GofT, itaDrjearine to .the wti.ifaetren
ef the Court that aid (Jeff paid five dol
larn, together with the owte, for the offen?
efvgaming, nalil lid ward GoH" acknowledged
'ininwlf Beourity for raid fine and coU.
lixecnlion iiwued and the same wan Aatisfied
byVaidOoff a security, and on motion it
W rderrd by the Court that raid UofThavc
' 'execution iwued against wiid Iewis for the
amount paid by mid Goflj ax afnreitaid.
In the cae of the Stale vh. John John
mm, charged wilh larceny, nolle at coU.
In the caw? of tlio Stale va. Henry Allen,
Obaa. Moo'ru. and l'hillip' Anlhonv, ar-
raigneI on lliu cliaige of having murdered
Jalk Konolly, tiio (Vmrt granted a htwer
ancef.aud tho threu niun will be tried vepn
ndfly. Thtee wai taken up yeAterday,
and will le dhKwd of probably during
therotiryc of the next few day.
Pol'k'k Couht. Only aeven caw were
dinpoed of at the 1'olice Court yoterdny
morning. , 4 , (
Andrew llehii, for diMtnlerly conduct,
was fined for dollarf.
Charley Jo, for having indiibed too
fre'ol of the intoxiMting ImjwI, and aflor
wanN indulging in disorderly condurt,wa
fmetl fourtien dollam,
Clms. Sheliuks violated the ordinance
agaiiHit buying inthe Market to kII again,
and w taxinl to the extent of fourteen
Italian. 1 ;
John Taylor indnlgeil in disorderly oon
duet whioh eH him a fine of fourteen
John Dix wa aim on the disorderly lint,
and was mulcted in the mini of fourteen
Dudley Iludon, disonlerly, wan dis
elwrged. Thin cloning the limine of the docket,
TiiK Statk Teaoiiuhs' Assooiatisn
What ih Thmwitt ok it. The Superin
tendHit, W. Mitchell, of the Memphis
City School- in not plea'el with the com
Hition of thfc'State Teachers' Association
lately in senie-n in thi city. In his Iat
monthly rcpyil he pav :
V'fflKiay r kfnre Vnu K"riort of what
wnn done at Nahville by the Stale Teach-'
or' AeciaUttH. There wa little aceom
pliihel that one would expect from a con
vention of iirwtical teachers. Thoc who
jtartle!lei in tl proeeeilings were ikM,
an a general rule teacher, but were of oth
rntirnfoMierM. Tho officer elect you.wMl'
lUtHiAlCMA reeoemze as men not lnlimater
,i -n .i . i . r ."
euHieotcl with the active duties of the I
towehcrV profession, nor would we cowcieve j
I bom as men so much interested in com-1
moil seliools as in thrology, law, medicine
and politics. Ilml the ofliccrs coniwlted
the convenience of (eacliers, the meeting '
would not have been ealleti at a season
when their attendance would inoit inctMi-,
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''witS thc;only one front lliis portion of"tlie ,
State. The fact of the cac is, that the '
members were not leaclions Imt clcrKymcn
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an4slQlW"',i dt an.a aatter of- oettrse,
Uioy coultel their own interest, regard
less of the wished of rbfesinrial teachers.
'Aui'irin Illinois has had a droam !
Jttt tbinkff that No. 13$,H3 is the number
)f1flh Ilolrar-Jer lo Bex Cnosllv's Opera
IlMse-Hlwt palatial re?idrivoU of art and
genius. She is arranging for a trip to
&Brop and Vd.verti fur k 'three, a-e
. traet ofiand" near Chicago, iion which to
build x magnificent home, on her return !
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yeJiave forgotten the-lastffigura--whoils
e uKycortAMi f drawing-the maguifieeflt
iwpriHTijiIiIl't tiie lady above-mefltioned, he
l,iiliady laU nlinj Jer the future, but
ejng more plebelau in Lis aspirations, they
arc somewhat of diflbrent sort oomparcd
, Jtfilli Iliosof tjio liappytpofHsor bfif'lti
04$." Being somcirhat musical in his
tafteA Ji ha made; arraiipraeiiU.for yur
cbaflnf hand Organ, SutiVill leaAi'Rniall
Ixtv bwthe month to tuni the instrument.
A huruy-gunly player will he in attendance supjiort by working a servant, of be
tliree, time a Jweekr and Jkt j MoIIoy," aoming tired of life, nnd of desiring death
'Italy Xfavoiurcen" ami "Wearine of ihe ratlier than a continuance of her desolate
aty Alavoiiircen ami W eanne;
Orcen," wiH -be -played 'In concert every
Saturday night at his rooms. He will take
daily lesson on the jewx-harp, varied by
practft:cv'8fl 'fWe' corn-stalk fiddle. After
so It goes.
pjiuiueiiuK tMi muicai cuucauirn, lie win
visft New York for a couple oftweakBandj
it, an Bill !iYa tnln ,-,,iu Mfn Willi wnll"
W. nuw,,v .iifcV t'iiiiiiV iilli. Vii, ilVii
We call attention to the following adver
ti'ententii, which apear in our paper this
Initit&ing for- theflr4'tfwe. Theireidf is
referred lo them in another column
iles&ra. Dolin A Barnes. auctioneeri, of-
farfor aale. at .tbtt joidence of Jtf. ELAI-
lowavJ a vanity)!" hoffwhoTd furniture:
R. F. Wood, Inwtee, by order of court,
offers a valuable residence and store-houses
Meswi Knisht Bro's offer a larce sup
ply of choice round ooaL Alfo a cheaper
oiihIiLv Mtitable far smiths.
Mairre. At.derron. Jolinon & Smith, red
estate a -entii alno M. B. Howell, clerk and
martor olfcr some valuable proitcrty for
B. S. Rhea. diainBun of the new ccrae
terv committee, advertises for suitable
Dr. L. L. Coleman notifies ihe publie of
hi rerooval to No. 110, comer of Church
and Mcicinoro streets.
A. Nclon, trestee, adverti!H public sale
of valuable cronml on aowii duaimcr
Newsom. (J lover & Co., Teal ctnte asents.
ofler for sale "Band itAa," a beautifully im
provod place, one and a half miles froui the
the city on the uaiiattn pine.
lvduiund Vinton, adininistratorof JJedick
Sutnner, deceaed, gives notice to creditors,
A rood Mslionary cneinc and boiler is
otIrtl fir .-Hie at this office.
if. Siiitz. 82 South Market street, oficrs
hoosc ami lot for sale on South Cherry
IIhalth MATrBns in Miwriu.s. As
our readers are aware, cholera appeared in
Memphis lout week in a violent form. The
Board of Health, a volunteer azwociation
like that of thin city, at a station called to
consider proper measures in regard to the
epidemic, after recounting tho measures
taken and roccnimcndations made last fall,
state that a paid organization under the
auspiee of the county assumed to disre
gard their measures, and lothix they attri
bute the second outbreak of the disease. A
committee waaappoinled tomemorializethe
City Council on the subjeel, who say : "As
forlhe safety and general good of our city,
we would moat respectfully suggest that
your honorable body appoint a permanent
Board of Health for the city, eaclirneiu!cr
to he a oaid oltieer. a.1 it i liuoosiiible to
control the proper talent, even for the gen
eral good, without compensation, as we are
all, more or leas, deiiendent upou our indi
vidual cflorla for Mipport, and it is hardly
to be Hupposcu that any private individual
would neclect or Kacrihce, under ordinary
circumstance, hi pecuniary advancement
or interest for the glory of occupying the
portion. We would furthermore suggest
that your honorable body revive the sani
tary regulations formerly in force, aa ug-
geftlcd by this Board when it was firct organ
ized. Wo would a,!) suggest that iu the
revival of said sauiLiry regulotioiiH, after
appointing n icrmancnt paid fteartj of
Health, that you give raid Hoard lull liower
to lake such action and pursue such course
as they may deem advisable for the con
stunt preservation of the health of
our cily. Wo moke this suggestion tdmply
because experience has taught us that none
but the medical man, whos intcrost is in
volved, will discover the chuos of disease,
or can suggest the remedy for its removal."
The suggCRtions of the Memphis Board are
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wise, anu tucu as are required in cyerj'
city. The entire saniLiry regiilations
should be committed to a responsible Board
invested with full Kwer over men aud
things, so far ad sanitary science warrants.
2o complete scheme, for mitigating the
'severity of-epidenifea etui ba otablislitd iu
ItavL F-fTATi: Tiusskeus. The follow
ng is a list of real estate transfers for the
week ending pecembenTfli: , (r iHU 'f '
W- A. Burton to Frank I'urrish, lease,
house and lot on Church street.
John II. Mavfield to Jane Hadley, deed
of lots in the country, $550.
M. B. Howell, fl & M.. to Samuel. A.
Bradford, sixty-six acres in the eighth dis
trict, fl.VOO. . t
Jienry l. uoulding to Anna h. liould-
ing, power of attorney to transfer bank
took in .Massachusetts.
Then. J. Saunders to Ilomania A. Horn-
beck a fid Alary J. Dallaliurt, deed, jwrt of
t i . 1 1 . . . - s 'in tt
hk in me oouuij-, rv u. . .
11. & K-Seett, trMeex, to Isabel k
and Emeline Ljfig, deed of lot in Nfth
Hugh McUavock to Francis McOavock,
deed of lot Na 32 iu Hugh McGavock's
Francis McGavook to Hugh McGavock,
deed of lot No. 31 in Hugh McGavock'a
Andrew Gennclt to Martha A Gennett,
deed of undivided interest in land in coun
" A. D. Turrentine to Jane "Watson, re
lerisft'Of any claims) actionV-ta, against
the aftirttinid A. 1). Turrentine.
A. D, Turrentine to Jane Watson, deed
of about 180 acres of land in thecountv,
valued at $7,200. '
Jane Watson to A. 1). Turrentine deed
of 78 acres of land in the county, valued
S. W. Locks to John McLaughlin, trus
tee, deed of trust personality, $2,000.
J. W. Huddlotone to Abram L. I)cMos,
deed of lot in city, $14,000. ;
Abram L. DeMoss to J. W. Htuldlestoiie,
deeil of lot in the citv, $11,500.
I'elcr Lowcry tor G." V. and II. II.
Hanmer, deed of lot in citv, $1,333 3.".g.
Bichard Howard t G."V. and II. II.
Hanmer, deed of lot in the city valued at
Nathaniel Brown to United States Gov
crenmout, bond lo indemnify Unitexl States
James S. Picket and wife to J. & M.
Brun, deed of land in the conntv, $1,1 fiO.
George Van Dyke to Charles O'Neill,
transfer lease of land in Overton countv.
Washington Merideth, trustee, to Win.
S. Fleming, deed of lot in Columbia, $2,500.
Samuel Davidson lo Samuel T. Davidson,
power of attorney to cell land in Obion
J. If. Strickland and wife lo W. I). Tal
bot, assignment to wcure $4,S00.
M. Frank and Louis Maukcl to Fred.
Loltcnbcrger, deed of lot in the city, brewe
ry fixtures, ctc $2,500.
It. A. Work to V. K. Bowling, dee.1 of
lot iu citv valued at $300.
J. W. Kiehards to Thomas II. Richards,
mortgage on houc and lot in citv to secure
Wm. K. Iemos to Abram L. BeniOHS,
for ne of (!i-o. Harding, deel of SO acre,
of land in fourteenth district, $ 1.000.
Wm. E. Demos to Abram L. Demos,
deed of land in the fourteenth district,
valued at $3,000.
Abram L. Denioss lo W. K. Demos, deed
of land in the fourteenth district, $13,000.
James . Morgan and m. M. eaver
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lojonn vocei, ueci oi lot m uie cuv, vni
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tied at $1,000.
James V. Morjtun and others to S. G.
llradlev and Martha A. Card well, deed of
lot iu the city, valued at $3,330.
JeflerKeu (J. Freneh to llwnry S. Frenoli,
deed of part of lot No. o2 in the citv, valued
at $7,500. "
Oliver P. McKoberU to B. W. Boll, deeil
valued at! $-1,000.
Jas. V. Morgan and others to Jaoob El
lis and Jacob Bloomstine, dcel of lot in the
cilv, $i:?,356. t
JameA Will Lim .Morgan and otlier to T.
J.'Monlton nnd J. M. Keetl, deed of let in
tho oity valued at $6,826.
Latitla J. Harris to Ann K. M. Martin,
tlced of gift to land in Alabama.
Jamod William Morgan and otliers to
John J. McCann, deed of lot in city valued
SoMK two months ago, it will bp remem
bered, a young woman named Sarah (-mbs
made some Imir or five attoolpU to aim mi t
uieide by jumping into iIhs river. So'por.
lustent were her efforts towards-sclf-dcstruc.
ttooMtbaUfow-looked uioo1ier as o
than pariially inbiie. If net a. downright
lunatic. She told a woeful tale of being
abandoned by hor husband who Jiad squan
dered away all her property in Illinois,- of
returning to her frjendMiv vMtssissippianU
diMnetion.of wandering about the country
devoid of fnemls, but honestly earning her
condition. Lieutenant Alexander, of the
police T6rcc. interested himself in the poor
woman's behalf and finally collected mo-
ney enoughAo.eniUtor home. Ahort time
thanking him Tor lit kindness, and stating
1 1. a bIia !,! twin m-Atpnl tit linr friAtirl-
, Mia, n.t0 ii ..v, uvvii v.wu . w
and that all her troubles had ended.
TrtE building formerly, occupied as the
Dist'ATCii printing eslablsihment, corner
Bank and Printer's Alleys, i for rent or
I. r I. . iMt'ill tnr r nrintncr
otace, is in tne very ncan oi me cuy,
good approaches from College, Union, and
Uiierry ftreeis, ana consequuany wuum
a nicrtt desirable location for a light manu
factory or furniture warehouse.
City Hotel. This time-honored insti
tution has recently chanired hands, by Mr.
Jno. L- Lonas, formerly of Knoxville, but
but recently of the "so-called" succeeum;
Mr. Hare, one of the former iironrielors.
The firm is now Roberts & Lonas, and all
who know Mr. Clay Roberts, who is at the
bead of the linn, will acrcc Willi us mat
his name to a hotel card is a sufficient gua
rantee of its success. I lie boys aoout
town" who learn that these young gentle
men liave associated themselves together,
will no doubt flock to the table in such
numbers, aa will soon make them exclaim,
For TnnoAT Diseases and Affections of
the Chest. "Browns Bronchial Troches;"
or Coul'Ii Lozcntres. are of great value. In
couch. Irritation of the throat caused by
cold,, or unusual exeriion oi mu vocai
. ' i r jl .
organ", m fpt-aKing m iuuui, Diiignifj,
thev nrotluco the most beneficial results.
Hie Troches nave provcu uieir emcacy.
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Tn Sli..llivvi:ie. Tciin.. "Ycdnciday, Nov. 'JS.
1807. nt tne reidno$ or Joiepnu. lnompjun.
Ki by Hev. Mr. Dvcnport, r.wcouu t.
TiiiarSOR to lliis Jru. K. Q0KK.V. ofJlardi-
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rwllllllltlSV ! f
six m;iit.s OXI.T,
Monday, Dec. 10,
The wonderful and world-famouJ
And their Great European Combination.
Look at tne array oi iaieui ;
Tlie ncknowledced champion Gymnasts and
I'RUF. W.M. TAA.M.lt, 01 lAinuon, cngianu,
awl his wonderful performing troupe of lors
HHNOK1TA UU3 11 A. I'nnei pa 1 fameusc ami
Tight Rope 1'crformer, irora mo urauu vpcro,
MONS. IIKNlll Auuusr. tno most exiraor-
rlitinrv Jnfirlnr. Diinrfir mul l'antomimist.
.MlliLK. AUWDSlin r., rrcmieriianeiieauu
P.ntnmitnid frnni Ihn Pdriman theatres.
rim luitext i:nro!i'uii ?'ovoll It-H Tho
Ri,l.vv IlliiminRleil Fountain, (iolden Shower.
nml ih.. niirth-iiriivokinir Hliadow Pantomime.
eie- ftfe. forminir the greatest combination of
nrti'tiu talent ever witnessed in ono entertaio
Ailmi?ion. 73 Cents. Reservcl Seats, 5l 00
Knit a inn tin Bpeurul nt llonnan X Jiang s .U
sic Store from 10 a. ji-totr. u.. cither for tho
se?.sis or singlo night.
"nn miMi at 7o clock coininenco ai 30 ciock
(),.,,! Il-inliiii MnLinee Hnturdar afternoon at
io'el.ock, fur lh aooimmoiiation of lamilias and
St'llOulS U.A1K1K1 lillUl. li, AUVnilCO IKOIll.
deeT-'tt .MUKR IS SI.MMU. US. .Manager.
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Ml, ji j- J j&'PQ I 'I I
UENISHtIVG G 0QVS&
Tninks,r Valises, JJags, Ktc,
kX 4.S. .i.
n Murn niaan m on
id warrautirft to fit
Fifteenth Annual . Opening
FRANCISCO & CO.'S,
NO. 55 COTXEGT3 STREET.
FURS OF ALL NATIONS,
In iMiipIe te Mt, for LiutU-s 11U1I JHaws.
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Kor Jt- ii niij.llo)", l.ouitini ami l'arw bliin-ii.
FltAJVCISCO' fc CO.
55 COLLEGK STJIKKT. -
k.T i -- a 'i
tiorfi 1 m up -
TORIAN, MACRAE & CO.,
COTTON AND TOBACCO FACTORS,
NO. (Tt CARONDELKT STREET.
ranimore, Sowvs. J'o.,
Xo.'23 Xnrl.i CUicrry SL,
WE ARK I'RHl'ARHI) TO COLLEClt
(,'lninn against tho United States tiovern-.
meat for.property taken during tho war. , ' ,
ll ' ... h .1 '. It
Whether Eeceiptcd for or Not !
Our facilities for ; j , -."..-:. (
Collecting Bounties ;
crante.1 under 4hc varfom aetuf Ooiigrcrj afo'of I
i.vsitiu: TiiJiiR siri!-iAYMrvr.
Soldirrs and all others-vntrusting their claims
in our hands arc assured that they will receive
i AjOftmberffTiur firm isiloatoalnlvroihinc
tnn City, and in cm.it.mt communication with
the various I)ertments of the Government,
nnd his extensive experience in tbee411e4U"rirfor
claims enables him to prosecute, with
IMMSIITXESS. XXUi DISKATiyr.
any business entrusted to 9Ur4charcc jt i
tiivc h a call. " novC5-3m
A. S. PKK-11.
r. II. UANLOVK.
New Gaa?pet 'House.
BEECH, MANLOVE & CO.,
53 College Street,
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- (CP STAIRSj
WE HAVE NOW IN STORE A LARUE
juoelcrfcrpetteensisln oflTOrtt. 3-4
and 6-4: TfWry.' 3-4 and : Tapestry,
hall and stair to match; every variety of Rurs
Welt on. Velvet, Or Minstrr and Rrussels.
Also, a largo tek of three-ply Wool Carpets,
extra- supi-r two plyvGottonlaiuli Wool 'ot all
grades; Plain and enctia Hemps; Oil Cloths,
from six to twenty-four feet; Sheets; Coco Mat
ting, from S-4 to 8-4 ; great variety Coco Mat :
Curtain Damask l every description; Lace,
Mulin and iNottingham Certain: andaeau
tlful lot of Oil Shades and Shade Holland of ill
iMlMe tM-i lM -Ar'f I", i
Wa have an exnenenced Unholstercr. and can!
,bare.Carpet nnd.Curtaini made up iue.beft'
moaner at Hn.nu-c
XJIIKCH, 9IAXLOVE t CO.
IVb'y llelnj'rmrrhs'ini rear C&&1 Mnlil yoa
are entire!: out aud the weather bilin; coH,
wben Jvnuht Jirov, 'o, 49 Qiiorch, ftrcctnaro
(CliintbciacuoiccfRouadCoal at ONCY SC'OO
l'EU LOAD, delivered iu auy part of the city.
Tlie IZeni Rlneksniitli Coal in the city
for sale by Kni;bt Bra?, at Twenty Cents per j
l.uslicl. Also packed iia hofrjlicajj ready fur
ibipmcnt in a moment's notice. dccS
Cameron. Grlcr A Co. have just received
the largest nnd Snet lot of Carpeting and Oil
Cloths they Imve ever had in their house befoie
Fori y lliilc of ucw stylus of Carpets jurt
received by Cjkur.iuis. Gnirn .t Co.
Don't Fall to call at Cameron, Grier Co.'
nnd fcc their beautiful Carpets and Curtain!.
No trouble to Miow (rdoJi. dec7-lf
'Inscriptions beautifully stamped in cold
on Holiday Booki, by Marshall i Bruce, 23
Deaderick street. deefl-lw
CliriKtnin Trade. IV. fT. Berry 4Co.
BookscllcM, Public Square, arc daily receiving
additions to their stock of Christmas Qoods, con-
sitting of KnslUli Bililoa nnd Prayer Books, in
tho newest and uiet elegant bindings.; Devo
tional Books; all the new Illustrated Works for
the Holidays; Writine Doeka new styles. In
wood andlcatbcr; beautiful Leather (
many new Fancy Articles. Their
Children's Illustrated Books never was better.
d oc2-l w
Tallow Flue Flooring, allow prices, cor
ner of Crawford and North Summer sts. I tf
.Seasoned "opnlnr Lumber,
Crawford and North Summer streets
iiuuuiusrx.winicr or all kindi, corner ut
Crawford and North Summer streets. tf
Ccdm I'usts nud X'eucin Lumber,
cornerof Crawford and North Summer street?.-
. Wliltc ll'luc- Floorlnsr, manufactarcU by
Kriight Rro.'s. on Itnlling till Hill, for ?aTe at
reduced prices. Office, No. 49 Church street.
nov - -"
' jaitt liccelvertj a larEeaWo'rtnicn't.orLadietf
Dress Farsand ITr.ts at-' ' Lind'e k Rr.o.V,
41 North College street.
For Clirlslmns Gifts Toys, Dolls. Fancy
flood?, Work Roie, False Tacea, anil V.'illoW
Ware, in great viricty. j
rjfTvrn ,-rir A K.iiTt't.
14 f. - ' jif Cnil.nitifcl.
Mr. J. NcHflcrKootl, 0f Richmond, Vai
noiv at 0. R. Abbott's, No-32 Collegestrcct. He
has recently been employed in souiQif the lead
ing tailoring .establuthmcntstin, the Northern
eiiii,.uuu cuiiici uiguiy rccduiuieuueu as a ursi
rate cutter. decl-10t!
A Mure I'llo (Jure. llii. UiLncnr'H' Pir.i;
Ixstruukst positively cures the worst cases of
piles. Sent by mail on receipt of SI. Circulars
free. Sold by Druggists. Agents wanted every
where. Address J. R. Rou.uxx, Manager, No.
575 Broadway. New York. InovlT 3m.
Tho Republican State Central Committoe for
New Hampshire Itare issued. a circular to the
Republican voters of tho State, in wbicfiibcy 1
urgo the necessity of a thorough organization in
every school district, and.tho clcetUn of men for.
responsible' -positions who "are willmcrto work
and Menace somcthingfor llio good of tho cause.
They say that New Hampshire will be the firit
to speak in 18fi7, the election occurring on tho
second Tuosday in March next, and urge the
people to f how by their votes their approval of I
.the polieyiiif 'tlioloyal Congress.
To Coiisitmplivch. Tbe Advertiser, hay-
ingbcen restored to health in a fuw weeks, by'a
very simple rcraedy,aftcrh:ivilig?u!reredevcrl
years with a severe luug affection, and thil
(Mauiisc, vviuuuifiiuu: la uiuiuiu iu 1114AC
known to his fcllow-suflcrcrt-tlie meJis oreure.
To all who desire it, he will send a copy of tile
proscription used, (free of charge), withthe di
rections forpreparingaml using the same, which
they will find a suuk Ccbr I'ou CoxsLurriox,
Asthma, Bronchitis, Ac The only object of
.the advertiser in sending the Proscription, is to
benefit the afflicted, and spread information
which he conceives to bo invaluable; and hopes
every sufferer will try this remedy, as It irjll cost
them nothing, nnd may'Tirore a blcsilng.
Parlies, nisbing the. prescription, will peaso
address Rev. EDWARD A. 1YILS0N.
Williamsburg. Kings county. New (York.
l'ersonnl. Wc arc glad to sco that our
riend, R. D. Ri.UMii, has re-'opened his business
at No. 15 North Cherry street. Mr. Rlcuu was
a large loser by tho great fire on Cedar Etrcet.
Wo call th especial attention of his friends, aud
tho public generally, to Ibe fact of his having
opened again. He is prepared to do engraving.
stencil cutting, brands for whisky and flour bar
rels,' veils Tor c6nrts notaries, public, and all
other description's of work in las vocation, it
short notice, and in tho Very, best and most thor
ough manner. 'Mr. Btxuif, owing to bis mitfor
tuuc, is peculiarly deserving of patronage, nnd
we trust ho may receive that patronage which
his merits so well deserve. He will attend to
the repairing of clocks and watches, as hereto
fore, to tho entire satisfaction of all.
nov8 ,1m ' - - .J.-ft.-"i
tVIiicn J ! From the Loxowortii Yincyaril
and Wine House, Cincinnati.
W. P. 3c F. P. Asdeksos, Proprietors.
Golilcn IVccNHncSpiirUIIiiS" Cntawbri,
Ilry Cntntvbh, Iiinbcllit, etc. Theso Wines
aro furnished at muck-lower rates than imported
goods, and for purity and boqnet are excelled yb
none -either native or foreign. t r.
Archer Cukitiiam A. Co.
. I K.LIVI5"J: SlIKRUAN -
R. R. Ciicitium A- Co.
Attorney .Gcner&I-Klvcntli Jii-
tllclnl'rilHtrlct'. V c'are" BUthorixcd to an
nounce A. C HtcKKY. Esq., as a eanJidato for
Attorney General, for tho Eleventh Judicial
DistrieUoomiioseJ of tho counties of Giles, Alnr-
rstiall. Maury, Lawrence, Lewis, and Hickman.
JlovlS M i
Roots nml Shoes Clicnp nt 20 Public
Sqnnrc-In Cnnscijucnco tof a cqntempjaled
charfBe ill my Utisinclf", I olfcr tho best selection
of Roots and Shoes at ercatly reduced prices.
Tho buyer be he consumer or a merchant-
will surely ,-'iTrofit:by examining "toy fstoelc:of
froous ociore ?uppiini; nniifeii, a- uiu iiuiie iu
earnest to give bargains.
Max. L. Quttmaks,
No, 2Q Public Sauarc.
Cholco. Groceries nt Tot tcu. Arrived
at last, ihe following carefully selected and
iehly prepared toods, whioh io is selling very
low for cah, at wholesalo and retail: Fresh can
ned fruits, green peaY, corn, egg plumbs", green
goes, shaker preserves, guava jelly, calvcs-fcc
jelly. Cox's gelatine, aerated crackers, dried
ptnnibs, blackberries nnd currants, oat meal sago,
tapioca, satingloss .starch, Java, Laguayra. Mo
cha, Maricabo and Rio codecs. Also, imporied,
nnil ilitinmlia winrn and brandies, at n .. W
Totte'n's, 21 and 13 Collego street, Nashville.
For Cairo, Memphis and Hew Orleans
mllE SPLENDID PASSENGER
.JU Packet FANNY RRANDBIS.
John T. Oartweiiiut. Master. Jxs.i
I. .Mii.MtR. Dlerk, will leave- as above on
SATURDAY, tho Sth inst., at 12 v.
For froight or pasnao npply on board, or to
HARRISON x SONS. I
CORRETT x J50YD. ACcnts.
FR03r 10 TO 25 PEU CET. SAVED,
r BUTi.va tovb o-wos at th
m. 15 wim STREET.
i- ii TMi.
1 turrouDiting country will phrase bear In mlnJ,
"the NEWTOUK STOIJK U now rec!vlag and open-,
liiC a new and very attractive stock of,
Siaplg and Pancj Drygooils,
Which hat ten bought for Cash Iu the very but'
Eastern martrts, ami WIU be orrirrd at lbe very
Iowvt retail price.
. 'The stock conabti In part of
Ulact Sil'ti, all prices ; '
Cofonil Stlks, allibd? and prices ;
Motre Antique, all odors;
lli-it Engtiih and German Poplins ;
i 5 EnBilj5lrrmch JIcrnjpR
fiairrcS Cletbs, all cdenfj
f ,W.ic' fTcSiis ClothSf
W W - rI?eATitToanf uTackTllpai
Laities, all colors ;
- H and oil Wool .PUbls, all colors;
All Woof rUnLUcolorsI J .
Braver, Broadcloth, and Cauimtm ;
Doestdnt, Twrrds, and Jmum :
Eni6h and AtnVricati ijifaU 1 V H H f
Brown and Bleached Domestics ;
w ixit HXtu,?-4 ShUnS ;
Tabla Uncus, Towels, and Napklnt ; '
All grade IritbUiua;
A full Lortmcnt of Wait Go
I,adlei,'al Chlldrrn'i il otter, and CUve ,
Common and TrencbLDibrcUertd Genet ;
Dnplrx Ertiptlc Hoop Skirt ;
Kltbont, Trimciltic, & rancy Goods;
And many olbcr Good too nnmeroc lo oesUon. 1
Bf nu-mber the place NEW TOltK STORE, 5o.
15 Union Street, (Levy A Co.' old stand.)
oeUl-Sm K. K II AX KLIN.
"piIB BUILD INa KNOMfN AS THE DI3
I PATfilt l'rintln! Office pnrncr lUntr unit
Printers' Alleys. It is welladsptel for a Printinr.
Apply to Jno. Wallnce. at this Office, or to Dt
J. B. Lmdnley. 52 N. Cbcrry sireet.
TO 'COUNTRY NEWSPAPER PUBLISU
EES- Forsale.'a naiuper,pf fonti i sceond
hand newspaper and display type. Also, Jub
and Power Presses. Can be seen, and prices
ascertained, on application at this OSce.
For Kent for the Year 1867,
rplIE LAKC.E WAREHOUSE AT THE C0R-
jl nrr 01 v nurpu anti ionerc street, doit oetMi.
piea oy r.. u. i iieataain.V- Va. apply to
.MILS. Jons . WALKER.
it liv Ao. 21 High street.
ELntTANT BRICK DWELXINO HOUSE
xi. in .Waikins,' jflrovc fr rnt for the year
Powiongircn on tbelSihof thU month.
4. STORE K003I ON CHURCH STREET,
xi. opposite tho "Stacoy House." An excellent
stand fur business.
t X. 5- AXLOWAY.
lor JCent or Lease.
A FIRST-QLAS3 STORE HOUSE ON. THE
Public Siuare. Abu, a nice little Farm
. hwpttiv,. lTiYTcnt .
;faummcr 'street; for 1867. 'Apply to - a
- T u. ii.' aunuuaonuii.
Corner Cedar and Square.
For Sale or Exchange,
A N .ELEGANT FURURBAN: HOME
V- twenty acre, two miles outun a cnixl nikp
Rich soil, good liou5c. five acres of fine fruits.
lencinr nndouthouscscoiDcletc uerenni.il snrinir
anu cistern, nousu ucwiy piiintou. "ill be
sold at a bargain. If not sold by the 15th insL,
will lie jented to n khihI tennntTcaonnliIy low.
T .: i:..r. . ,n . a, ,
Ainiuiru ai. 1111.1 viiiil-c or 1. aiarr, i,UKer.
A FARM OF iur. ACRRS. FOL'R MII.KS
Jrx. Irom jxa;hvillc, on the Mimes liner 1'ike:
eighb' acrus in cultivation: ucli cnclofeJ.'niid
has on it a tiro itorr frame luiue. eoutninine 8
ruoiiif, and 111 a good neighliurhiKil. Apply to
decj-lw No. 113 Public Square.
i NUMDliR OF VERY DE3IRABLC LAW
x and llusioess OlGces.
Also, the rear of a huildintr on tlm 'Pnlilin
square, below Cedar street, containing eight
rooms ana suitatiie lor a lamiiyf TV ft
, Apply at No4rCherry strcct7 df J i
' dftV-lw MICHAEL VluGlfN.
Dwelling House For. Rent
On Union Street, j ,
niHE LAR0K CARRIAGE FACTORY, N6
JL 72 North Market street.-'bclow' the , Square,
occupieii oy iuyers x riuni ioc me .last eigh
years, it is also a. rood location lor il u'nm.
nouse, or lor ,nny Kind or manufacturing busi
ness. Inquire of l L.' NlUUOL, Court Houte.
For Kent for tho Year 1867,
Or Tor a Longer Term,
YAIiUARLE COTTON PLANTATION.
in Franklin county. Tenn.. near tho Alibi-
imi line. W miles from 'ashville, on tho Noh-
villo mnd. Chattanooga Railroad. Thcro nro
aiiout 4UO acres cleared anil very productive
Willi plenty in uoujo rpoiq, stabling, etc., boides
cllli nlitiniTrli,.A ill mtnr Tf nrt1 ,imfllrn
...... .. .. r . -" ......livjiv.
on that day to the highbiit-b'tddcr, at "Anderson
lA y " J ui wiavmuu uc.h IV "III uo ICUIC11
ucikju .ur, Joiin Ji. Anacrsun, at. the depot,
will show thcMan'd to nnv one diirin-f In rpni
the same, rortcrm?,-apply to
A . fl
bpienQld. JieSldeilOe X0r Sale
On n Credit of Ten Xenrs.
T WILL SELL MY RESIDENCE, ON RROAD
I JL Street Pike, with Twenty Acres of giound
attached lor r uty mousanu Hollars, paynblo in
Ten Equiil Annnnl l'nyments.
each bearing interest, with goodnersonal or other
security ior tne iirst live payments.
A description ol the property is unnecessary.
uooie ana examine it.
l'Os.sosNlon (ilrcii Inimculatcly.
Nashville, Nor. 27, 18CC Ira
SHIhird Tables :it Auction.
WE WILL SELL, ON SATURDAY. DEC.
15, 1SGG, at our auction room, lb' North Col
TWO FIM: IUI,HAKI TAKZ.EN,
Phelan's make. They-nro now'on exhibition.
. UOLLN, RARNKS-A- CO..
dccC-td'- - Auctioneers.
TRAYED OR STOLEN FROM JIY PRli
mijes. on BatunLiy high't;2ltlf instant. TWO
JiULES. ono a dark brown or black Mura Mule.
of mediuin size, tan colored nose, auick and
sprightly in her gaits, wide iu tho chest, ears
well up; US') a small sore in Jront wntro bames
lie. llSrtb.jMalF,' a good bay. lengthy and spir
ited, h'ca I a'little Roman, and has marks of har
ness,, works under saddle, and moves in lead of
I wasoii, mur miiiuji.iiiuiu iu?bPiriUM. J.ilr-
wcro raised ny jir. atorali. livinc near aion
Church.- on tho Hyde's Ferry Turnpike. If
strayed. I will givo S10 and pay expenses fur
the delivery, or any information so 1 can- got
tnem; or it stolen, $ cacti and SI w lor the
thief, if caught and confined in nny jail ro I can
get nun. r. il. KA1JNB,
Kfcarasnvillc. jnov. Si, lwio. dccl-lTV
Monej; Wnn toil.
ibe.sold fur) cash without'right tf redemption
within thirty days after matur Ur of notes, if not I
i R. W. BROWN. Agents,
Si'A Union street.
try- A.'Ctto'vrar.ri-AND johk w.-moore
X.liave associatnl themselves in business in
tho town nf tvavcrly.JIumpbrcj-s- county. The
purtnersmp is limited to tho purchase and said
of dry goods and .groceries,. Jit wholcsnloand
retail, "under (he firm, name and atylii of Crowell
x Moore. Tho' partnership also extends to tho
business of keeping" and furnishing a botel in
tho town of Wavcrlv. in tho said conntv nnd
State. For these purposes, the act of cither
party binds the tirm. xnts zut November. ISGC.
It. J. L UUIVJSUIi.
dcc7-Gtw J. W, MOORE.
VtoDPosite the' Maxwell Iinua.1 Nil-IiH1p.
ivnn, oners nu services to a generous public,
liv his experience in this line ba is enabled to.
try the eyesight and suit Spectacles nersSrdinzlr.
so that ti cyo is not overcharged, but merely
assisted. JAt his Optical Kstablishmf n ran alio-
bo found Jlicroscones, Telescopes, T)icrmome-
-icrs.- aiairniuers. .iiamemanrai instrumems.
Picture Frames- Oncra and Field tHomcs. etc.
etc. Rcittembeiithat when you want your eye
sight improved you must call at Wm.Titlc
baum's office. No. 45 Church street, obpoHe
aiaxwcu iiausc. jiunviiie. lcnnessee. 1110
best (Rosses, or pare Pebbles, set into old frames.
Dr.. WaWon's ForlhcoDung1 - Book.
(ai,d niiTLST ;'test" iceviseb.
U All ncrsons havint a Pro5"rertuii with uh-
scribers' names will please forward them to my
address Glass Box 7-47, Nashville, Tennessee; ,
tt-t ;,, .1 il r ,, !7i , .
xir. it ULgun wineu luu iu nirm? nofliiin jann I
Ticke Cooper: Hebrew ible. Dictionary and I
Rible and Grammar: Doncsnin s Urcek Tjiiimn.
ana iirulgcwatcrs ireatisc. I crsonshavinsany
oi jam nooEswui please ucjiver them "to Mrs.
Wm. V. Cooper, at Mr. Ward's School, Spruce
in ends havmtr any other books belnnrinr to
tho UtetJchnM. Watson' wUl pleaje" rtturn
thera to my)fiicSS'LnioTi street!
. .-IU.W. UKOV.,.Kxecutor
of-J. M. Watson.-Ueeeased.
MitHIc and' Sew. Orleans
,.1I.IP -I .'-- . ,
Side-Whwl 'earner, (100 Ton Burthen,) w
M. S . - M & P.H A M
..... - i
Tuiff- jrAGNinCEsr tassesgkk anp
TnUtht ateauer. commanded br Cant. Llm
'Wood, inn long and Uvorably known to.tbjpper
indtio trateling' community la Ui Kaavluand
"Kew OrUan trade la dj put,) will, on her next
trip -front New Orleans, tntar the. tradei between
-"NuhTlIle and Xovr Orkaa, and coaUan u a rrga-
ur pacxn uuriLr isn mna. ai. a, jiepnaa
Is "nniarpaisM tor cabin accommodation bv aav
ttrttntioat on the, Western waters, JV would n-
prcuuuj aoiicn irom our incniu ana uie pnbuc
gmmuif a uurai laara oi latir paironagSi
tOXtn IC7TT -tfe BUTD Agents
' "Ofo. 11 Tront atreet, tirTctWharf.
IIAUIUSO.f & OXS, "
So. Si Front treet.
irom tne city, win watercil. nu
I land, good neitliborliooil. -i?ool iuinrno-mentx
!oodjaad Ponegsion given to both immediately. Apply to
,iir 'i T- ti' J 'IU ' t WWW
VX'JM W ir,rSiffi d-i0" of, January, $3,000,
North & Ferris, and M. Jlarborg. Iuquiro .j 1 .000 in currencyand on ,t'ic 15th of
1MI1II-I 4. A .1U.IM k UWIli; 7iUliXe. I
VT!$ A "STHP. AT) TT? ATIT!- tAm,'theweTnHinf wamwerthrhaviftcoii
i1 LXi Al UJLi IL1MJ lliiLlii. pl thftlauElil:f boss-Th asrter.'
Gold declined ih Kew York yesterday j
of one per cent. The, following arc, tin
quoi alionsOpened af 1130
133 at noon andclosed, at. 13 at 4 r. M,
'j-eaiers iiercvcre ouving
small "lOtsTii 137
a iifilil infr ir I. i r
Government Sectmties are slightly lower
aud were quoted in New York yesterday
It ex i.Hered hVllOG
' il iieiCuiui lusi&wmi
l " CouimuK 1W7 107V
" New iisue H&lli8
lfl-nii n) io3j
" 2d anU 3d series lftiSK6
,Loudort-advictt of tho 7tli, instquote
o-20i at a), which h an advanee of .
changon diflerent poiritV.Vl-urope
can .be had at the Banking Honse of the
'National Savings Company, at the follow
ing rale ;
On London. Dublin
or Kdinbu gh .7 25 per 1 Pound Sterling
Urrmtn ... 1 'Jti Der 1 Gold Thaler
Kerlin t..;.s 1 V0 per 1 PrnsV Tbaler
Frankfort onMain dt per 1 Guilder
Amsterdam . t!Sf per 1 do
Stockholm 4:2 per 1 Riksdaler.
Exchange bit Xew York
s taken at $
discount nnd is sold at one-tenth premium,
There is but little doing in un current
money generally, though there is much
I activitv in Bank of Tennessee notes. The
! rale here has been 4ic buying' and 50c8ell
I . ... . ..... . ....
to a largetMemphis demand the buying
rate has been kept firm, and on yesterday
afternoon, 'Brokers generally had advanced
their figures to 50c, at which rate wc think
may be quoted to-day. Planters' Bank his
for several da vs been rather weak, and
most' ordrr3. tave beenVfd weui)ifse
bOc is as much as it will command to-day,
Union Bank notes arejunchanged. i
Southern "Bank holes are very dull.
Bank of Selma, Ala., has improved some
what, while theefollosvirig banks-have de
clined: Bank of Newberry, Planters' Bank
of Fairfield, Southwestern Kail road, North
ern Alabama, Bank of Augusta, Bank of
Fnlton and Bankof tlic State of Georgix
The shipments of specie to foreign porta
'from NeWtYork andCBosfbn, from the 23th
of April to the 1st inst., have amounted to
$55,7G2,GGo. :,flf?- - " " J
The New York gold market, seems
bee'if (leprcMd7 By ifoiuV -carts" "
haps the anticipated sales by the Secretary
Bf'tlfe "Treasury; tis provided frfrwMr.
Boutwell, for prices have declined1 steadily
for two or three days. Whether Mr. Bout-
wejl's bill Fhall be passed or hot, a good
deal of gold will shortly be paid out on
account, (jf Jhcgpyernnjciit. f Next week
there will be disbursed SlU.UUO.OOO in cur;-
rencyion' account of Iho dJecember' 7;30
coupons; Then on-tho'lst of January, coin
interest to the amount of $12,000,000 will
ruary $11,000,000 in currency. Thus, with-
in uie next OU days, the payments .on
account of interest will amount to$20,000,
00Q in currency, and' $12,000,000 in coin.
S?nf..: .ini i. ,L.
iu,s I'""' ui-iicciuiiuiauoii oicur-
renc in the treasury, and.will. at the same
I . " r-4 O 'J " I S l , , ,v
lime, renuerjicccssary-BSics oi aurpttis goiu.
q-iie Chica"0 Tribune of tho eveninrr nf
lut-uiuioO xnount. 01 tne evening at
I ?i iV. tH-' - ' ' - t
-till lil.'C.l 1 O . ' '
"Most of the banks report an increasinir ilo-
mand, and oirinc to the continued shipments of
'lirislicatlyhalf a id'Jlion per day tire. market is
gradually worKini closer, l'eposit lines Lire
running.down. auu' tlicro is quito a fulling oft in
the volume of currcney 'as compared 'with two
I livens siutv. xttcvi isiimiuni etiuumiai, uui
I 010 htl names find tho market, easy at 10 per
I cent. In the open market there is rather more
doing. Uood names are negotiated at 12 per cent.
but inferior signatures cannot he discounted Tor
less than 1518 per cent per annum."
The New York Financial Chronicle of
the 1st Inst, says:
'November has been chiefly romarkablo for an
unsettled condition of the markets, the result of
combination of circumstances. 'The deficiency of
the r.nsmn Harvest, and a consequent advance
in wheat and Hour abroad, haro induced an
active speculation in breadstuff-in tho West: tho
result of which has been an extensive holdinc
bacK oi proauce unilinear tno eioso oi naviga
tion, with a rise in prices to almost unprece
dented ticurcs. This has naturally produced
moro of less monetary derangement at the West
ern centers of trade.
In tho merchandise markets a dullnc-s has
prevailed, net to be adequately (accounted for
Irom the natural tailing on. in business which
usually occurs in November. In most branches
of business stocks arc found to be lonrcrat this
lato period oi tno laii business man was anticit
rated: and as it is not decmodsafo to carry over
goods of tho current high prices, there has been
an ctlort to realize upon both uouio-tic and Tor
eien merchaudiie nt a heavy sacrifice. The
serious losses upon some kinds of eoods have
brought homo to. manufacturers the conviction
that the current rate of nroduction cannot he
sustained concurrently with the existing high
range of prices! "and thcro bos, consequently!
been developed a very .general disposition to
curtail production. .,
lac cotton- mills arc nroduclnr much less, and
the woolen manufacturers have very generally
resolved upon eitner closing their mills entirely
for a few weeks, or reducing the time of tvorkius
to about eight hours per day. Tho development
oi tnis policy nos produced at tne close oi tne
month a somewhat improved tone in the goods
markets; but in nearly every branch of tho job
bing trade the disposition, notwithstandinr. is to
realize upon (roods, and to close the year with the
smallest possible stocks. It appears to bo very
generally understood among both manufacturers
and merchants, as well as by tho consuming pub-
I : 1 1. -. l. . I ,:
I pricc"sftndtbat henceforth thcro tmi-tboa pev
111. IUU, i IlZllu I1UIY 1-K-U UIU CUJ OI ULKII
K .'friL,; J'. -f f i.:i.-rli
mjstakablc, syaijitoms of injury from the
prevalence of high prices. During the
month ofcNpvember th"ere,was:a slight de
cline in prices in New York, but as com
pared with 18C0,prTces are much higher. Foe
the purpose oflhovving the extcntto which
commercial values have been deranced
during the last six years, theTJnltedlStatea
Ecoh&mist makes a comparison of quota
tions at Isew Yorkj for tweity leading
articles of proujice which include some of
the principal artIclc3of food and the raw
materials which lay at the basis oft the!
largest branched of manufacture giving
average price for 1800, andthe" prices of
Nov- 23, lS0Candv it is found that thei
prices of "last month were, upon the whole,
100 per cent in advance-of 'those of 1860
As, however, part of the rise in due to the.
premium on gold, it is necessary to reduce
the quotations pf( pjctnber to gold; and,
upou that basis, the advance will be found
to be within a fraction of fifty per cent;
Thus placing current values upon the same1
level of. comparison with those of 1860, tho
present range is found to be fifty per ccnU
"iffove normal level. " Loss of productive.
population and wasteful consumption of
products during the war, have had an irh-t
portant part in producing the high price
1 jinderiwhiclntho country has been'suffering
I,. , , . ,, , f
I Kf eiumiil.tinn et 1 (till 11 t fWI l,i..f,n PTn-inilM
uu, avvbui.tiuu. oui.hi.ivw .j v r
,m tt.a mnt miont rainn.
This. la peculiarly thu case in regard td.
brcarlstn&. Here are the quotations at tvr
periods during the present jear :
.Jan. 5. Nov.SS
.Flour . 1 -UM $1B,S7.
What . s.j s.
CoraT.. . 91 lJto
-There was not bo short a crop this year
as to produce this heavy advance in prices.
This is shown in the act that since, the
j considerable decline in the prices of these
I sahie arliclea ih Hex? YirK. TTe'fc are (he,
firrures : . .
Xuit if 'i. i
Wheat ...3 n.'USJSK
It-is rqry,eyidentJhat .there is. no. jnrt
reason why the prices of breadstuff should
remain St 'any tiling"' like the exorbitant
fignres'enrrent during the last few months.
The market for flour in the principal weat-
em.citiesf has-been jerjTdall for jsoveral
days, with the prospect that considerable
concessions .will hare to- be made in' order
to effect large sales.
The Memphis Atalaneheofjtlie Jkhiinnjt'
gays in regard to cotton
'Our accounts from Arkansas river are erf-
eourarinr Planters are so trnily emMrtdriiCa
inr that th.ay baTenoLtune to cin and bale, so
that we may leMk flfr our receipts from that sec
tion to improve. From White river and St.
Francis receipts ore iuproriox. but from all
otberjsonrccs Uisre mi .&dluit off.
Tbsi-Lonisville Conner says in its report
of the market on the Clhi
XI :o hot klllinr and perk ptckine Is at a 1
peains;suuEuiefl ooe, inn &' fpnt arc
ay, wllh reeeipU of 3,500 by the Lomcvilte aod
rrrtnKfort ami Narhrille railrosdt. Tli mark
fur hogs brxke down to-ilny, and we did net hear
,; a wie, ounjuote mminaHy at- vimee, ere,
for heavy lots. The market at other point m
more ueprmeu man nere. as win be seen by the
thodUpatehesnuuexed. l'he price ufueM pork
has declined very materially at Cincinnati aud
Chicago, and from present indications ill packers
who have paid over c for hogs wilL loose
heavily. In the prod net theve was nil move
ment, nith neither buyers nor sellefs on the
Onict OF THK Umihi' Xtt Dl8rAieH,
FttiHAV, Dec. 7th, 1S J
Cotton yesterday was quite at 27 and '2S
cents. The following comprise the trans
action of the ilny :
Received - '. . 100 "
Sold . ., , X'i
The demand for groceries continue very
fair and business in this department seems
to be livening up.
Southern Cotton MnrUi-ls.
CiUBirsToy. Dec. 5. The cotton market has
been steady, with a lair demand: sales totl.
-177 bales; low miiURing 30e; luiddlififf 31e; strict
Savannah, Doe. 5. The cotton market has
been nuiet to-day with but few sales: Savannah
niiddlinr. 31c; New York iniddlinir.S93Sie.
Mohilk, lec 5. ijolea of oottou totlay ZTd
bales; middling 9)31 cents, with an active de
mand. Factors were obtaining rather better
prices early in tno day, tnoucnat the ctoso prices
were in lavur ui nujeni, uiusius uuu at 'lUola
Acgvsta, Dec. 5. The demand is moderater
buvers askins a dcclino of Vie: but hoWer. nn.
vrilline to accede. The sales of Uie day are 379
bales; receipts .sn Dales. lYu quote strict to good
Macos, Dec. 5. There was a better demand
for cotton to day, and more dispoiition on the
part of holders to sell, than r.ny day this week,
so far. All the finer qualities offered were freely
taken at the outside tienro of 'S cenL", and our
market c:od.yery nrm at mat rtjure.
- Iltliiirs Class XnrkctV
Tho ritUbtirg Quarterly luHng lierittt
for December says :
The demand is still active for window el .us.
Our manufiirturcrs report themselves from one
In two month ImmiiiuI their Ordtirft Aaa. rpnfirnl
.thine the f.ictories ntejnot cutthig forStiKk but
waotiy to-iiruer. j.nocosi-gi uiuui.vtnriHSiain
nowL-c lessened, as material and labor still bold
ut rates herctoloro rulius. lleyond tbeetreetthat
any dccluiquieold may have had upoa such im
ported material as is used in glass makinrt there
i nu prouituiiuy tn it?uiiv,i ciisb ih priHiucuon.
There muit be a ereat si ackeninc of orders with
much accumulation of stock bcl'oro the market
will show signs of weakeuintr. At present it is
strong, aelive and independent, in Hint class
there-is-not much doimr.and the markeLmnv be
characterized as heavy. There are, however.
ittle or no stocks aci-umulatmg.
Htoelcs orGriiliiilii Ktoroin Sew, York
- i otiyfto
. 0 1.000
Com, bush -
Oat$, bush--.. .- ..
.Mult. bu.-h. - 7
MARKETS UY TELEUKAl'II.
Xcw jYprlc tSIocIt inuil plouey SInrketf.
New ioec. Dec. Closinc nuotationx
market strontraml activccold 13S": money 85 for
1802 coupons; 81 for 1S61-J do.; Canton 45: Oiim-
berlaudiAi; uuicvuver -il: a i v nui: Hudson
120; ReadinKltOlr M'l?lll: MSSil'i: I C U7J
rittsburehtHJi: Xoledo nz: w v r t Warne
llto" 4; it ostein lclecrapu 4U,.
, . Cluelunutt Slnrkct l .
CisniKXATr. Dec 0. Jlonev market closa.
Kxchonce money ht rter ftr buy ine and par to
f0e selling mess pork $li for freshly paekod and
Sl'Jfor early paeked: bulk meats. .V.WK for
shoulders and sides. pnrKcu, sreen .mcut o nutis
lull nl .r,'. i-ri,4 mill fi. nnf' tlmtr Sffmitl
wheat unefiansed: new com 55o fnrenr and GO fur
shelled; out corn Ov Ir ear ami e lor Wiclled;
oats 47("Dtor d. -mid &lg!xs for rvo. I: rye
A o.l at SI 10. barley notbine doiuK wlnsky
2 ZJit l M.
Lot I.SVH.I.E. Dec i. Sale HI hhds leaf tolMie-
co: prices slightly depressed; selections fine. Cot
ton -J!),'-.. snpernno nonr S'Jmw: wo. I. si2txi
til. Mess pork Sllh Racon, shoulders Ilk-; clear
sides UJio Hnjs 56.: lU.UuO h0!TS in pens.
i'lw. fti-ir corn, built. Jej old 'JUC.
Lord in tierces Rie.
Raw whisky nominal.
WINGl.TOllKY CO.. Banker's and Sealers
in Gold. Silver,. Government Stocks and Compound
NAjUTIttt, Kor. 30, 18GG.
U. s. Bonds, 1SS1...1H uomp d int. note
Kiit-jred 6-20.... loj
Oocvin 6 20s'6B...107
5-atvi '05 ..inn
" Oct., '64.112
" Dm:., '04.111
" Sep'.,r05 1U7
" Oct., '06.107
New buue 5-2oii 107
Coupou 10-Wi iW
Auu. T-Oti wim 1HC1UIV,
June7-3W " " 104
July 7-30M " " 104
Small Buuibi pr. ct. Ia
TenoeMoe Bomb, nw,($c
Abo, hlhMt price .pal'' for all kind of Southern
liauK notes. ceo pnii iui, iurniQ0u wucii uvsiiihi.
DcDo',t recclvnl. and Exchange farniidieil on
Now York, Cincinnati, Lptusville, UemphU, Kns
Und, Ireland, France, and' all part ef (lertaohy
lUOaroKATlra yuicus coined at li rale.
OFflCK. coriur Union and Chrrry airrct, oppo-
ite Bank of TruuMte. ,''.-, i
, Offlceboara, j A. MtoSM.
Tnos. S.ltABo, Tres't. C. Taiboii CasH'r.
KATI0NAL SAYIX(JS' COStTAXY,
Corner Uuiuu and Collrpo titrert.
Tha following am the ratin paid fur uncurrcnt
money. Tbee luotatlon aro liable to fluctuate, but
may be depenilrd ou a uflicint length of time fur
remittances to be received by uuiil or cxprew, if for.
wanted without delay.
Urorsia Railroad and
Banklnc 'Comiian j ...0C
BanE ir MKiU Oa...7
Bank of Angusta.-4S
A uraita Iniurnee....i,S
Banker Athena..-. 1$
. " ColumbQj.-....2S
' ' Commaree ..OS
" Fnlton.-, 36
" S.tvannah.i. 4f
City Bank of Aoguita-20
1'armar' aad Slecaaa-
las' Bank ...19
Ifechanlea' Bank 0$
Merchants' and Plant.
. tn' Bank. It)
riantera' Bank. j. 12
Union Bank..... 10
Bank of Teuawm .-...oO
Bank of Tennessee,
rtanten' Bank HO ,
Union I!iiuk.. ...... -.77
Bank of CTiattnooyii-yi
" Knoxvlllo SO
' Meciphi ...par
JlJiU Teun9i j
the Union pux
' Vct Tenu.4U
City Bank 70
Slerchant' Bank par
Ocoee Bank ,0
Bank of She itvvllle
Trader' Bant par
Buk?pf Cape Fear -21
' Cbartette ..-'JO
" Clarendon ..-..M
" Coraiueroe ...IS
" ' Kayettevllle.oa
" N. Carutini-XI
" WahIiiton -.05
" . U'llmlagton 18
' YaaccyTlll (it
Fanners iBank or N,
Carolina -. T....o.
Jlercbaota' Bank 15
Baak of Itoxboro'-.-.'-M
Miner' and TUnter'
Life and General Insu
rance Company 60
SOCHI .CAROLINA. ,
Bank of Camden 45
" CJiesftr, 20
" 61 wre- town .SO
" the State South
Commercial Bank. 12
Farmer' and Exclianse
Bank" ..... 5
reoplea Bank 3S
PlanUra' Itank-of Fair
Bank of TVrkIrj.J)
" Cnrhniercf 4a
" tlw Old Domb
rianti rs' and 3feehan-
ic' Bank.. -i-iM
.7 11 .111.... .......if. (
Soathwf ti-rn IIaIU-oa,f.4S
..... T' . t.
Union Bnk..., ......fiO
LOUISIANA. . J ; m
Bank of America par
" feettntlhV Vr
" the Vatky of
- TlrRiBla 30
" Wheetto;. KO
" Wteieter 70
-Bilnm Blnk.t..'. "20
EKh.oge Baak of Ya.'iH
Farraer' Bank, of Fin-
Canal Bank 9S
Citizen's Blnk.... Mi
LouiIana SUte IIank75
jiecoaniea' aou jrauerr
Soothe rn Bank.,..
New Orteana Scrip,
Fanner' Bauk of V
ManabEturtm tod .
Merchant' Bank 40
Bank of IIobiie-..l-$ 3feKttaot' And Mo-
' Montgomery 8S elianle' Bank 7S
Setma 2f, KamHlmi Bask SO
Central Bank i...".IiJa SontHwrflwrf TSuSfCJS
Commercial Bnk20 Tlr' Bank. .26
Bon them Bnk..
Nanhvilli t OiatTa B.
Lnul.VWo k KaaliviHe
Central TtaUroad Enk3S
WATEREIELD , t WAEKER,
26 Public Square.
HATS AND CAPS.
Of eTery DrtfB, Offer and Quail tj, for. .
BtlCWl UOYB, AXD ClIILDUKH.
,1E li E S.
We have aa entirely now and complete stock af
. t j i . i
LADIES AXD MISSES FOIIS. '
WATJClttfrELD Jt IVALKKU.
.A "Lh THOSE tfAVINO CLAIMS" Adrfl NfeT
IX. the estate of Win, .MoAuley. dsMojnl, are
hereby setified te file the turn with tke Clrk ur
h Uuntj .Court oUJtewart, aeuatr, Suu.of
Tennease. ou or before tbe 1st day of April,
1S&7. locally authenticated, In order that-the
i&ine may,b liquidated, end d(Mharse4-in,afl-esrSan'ee
with the acts of the Let WUture ef tbe
State of Tennessee, relative to insolvent estates.
This Uie 1st day ef December, IS
dcc6-w DAKIKL MoAULEY, Adm'r.
Tliere wr sren iUt on tk ( Wt Mkt
sbu tne niw sttll lknrv ajufte raHMIy. Stwi-
uess at Iba lendut? was dull. Fretfjirs aresMree
am rates low.
Tho folrv is; is oir pirrt Ksi :
Steanur IliAawt, Clavluwti.
Dor.i frrm St. Lelt, '
Teawcst ftw Ljm1vWc,
KnaM Fiaftl ft Clminwati,
J. L. ikalwM frow KMflMtz.
Cuwilu fntM l'iUfcnn
T run-- fram Cint at McHtttlii,
J. ii. UUckfcrd frow St. Ioulf.
The IteWea pt oX time hut iiHttit. with
pood trip ef freight. (WianoseU of eMton, furnt-
ture, railrod iron, drtxl lrult, live Mok. etc
-She took en beard twenty bead of weiksteeis,
for Cincinnati, and about oae huadreil and 6ry
bales nf cotton.
The A. Baker 1 still" tnadisc Ibr up (be rfvar
nml la.Tyset eff by ttri erealns-. Her hnrriraBO
deek is covered with ono ply Wrek. ilesicneil for
the Butksville oil welt.
The neat nd tasty Fanny lirandeia, is the
Hairo and Meal l1iife natrkal. fiu-"lhta erMatnr naj
j from appearances yeter4ay win take down a
loierauiy lair trip.
There was ponsuleraUe stort on the levee yes
terday afternoon, oeeaiiened by the effett ef
some darkies to get a number ef mule abeard tbe
Ilrundeis. 0e of the dutky chaps was thrown
sprawling upea tne (oft boulders by one of tbe
The (Sen. Sicrl U still up the river tradin;
amen: the natives. She will be relieved by the
A. Baker in a few days.
OX Tl'KSDAY, THE 1STH DK0EMBKU,
wo will sell at auction, on the premises, the
property known a the
german' aiimionisT cmmcii.
with a lot fronting fifty five feet and runninu
back to an alley, itttated on the e-t side of
Worth OoIIckc street, nboat one hundred yards
north of tho Louuvilie UailnMd Uepet. bate at
11 o'clock .. V.
Terin-t lne-fourth eah, balance in six, twelve
and eighteen months.
ANDERSON, JOHN50X SMITH,
II. B. Pr,U.10IER at CO.,
F0BBK1N AND DOMHSTIC .OROOBRS,
MuMinie TesiDle. Church street, aro receiv.
ilaHiic Temple, Church street, ar
Ins the most attractive stock of line Ureeerlee
ever offered in this market.
. e .1. -l . 1 .
Came and sec us if
you uain. irivr,. cicuii swi t c u.,o uujuus.
Cotfeos, Teas, Flonr. llacon, Smokeii and PiekleU
Fish. Hominy, Kice, Crackers, Buckwheat, Tubs,
Cheese. Maceamni. Lemon". Oranses, (lelatine.
Jellies, Canned KruiU. UhiBerl'reseTvos, Shaker
Preserve". French Preserves, Oysters, Capers,
Olives, Pino Apples, heedless Haitio. riss. Cur
rants. Citrons. Prune. Dates. Oils. Salad Cream.
e have Suxars,
JlaisiiH. Almonds. Peenns. Fine Candies. Uandy
Toys, lire Crackers, Torpedoes, etc.. etc." Hut
.why try to enumerator vio nave cverymmi
you want, tresii ami etieap. t ome ami see us
before vou buy. Orders-from the country for
Holiday liooJs carefully filled.
il. is. rLi .nainn jrtv ,
le7-2w Masnuie Temple, Chureh street.
73Y VlllTUK OF AX ASSIGNMENT FOR
L) thebeuefit of ureilitors. wade to ihc by D,
D. Denthti ,t Co.. (latesl
will sell at auetioH.;ei
September 21; li6, I
Til ItllNDAV. TIIK I3 IXNT.,
At Nos. Oand S lirnad i-treet. eoiwen-inir at 1$
o'clock a. u . tho Lease and all tho Fixtures,
Tools, Machinery ami Stock in Trade belonging
to tbe City Steam Bakery and Cn.nfeelioBery
IfctablUhmeiitof D- D. Denton x Co.
i ho property consul in part oi
Ono Stcnm Eujjtiie A Boiler, Complete.
Four Machines for manufacturing Crackers.
Tbe Ovens in use on said premises.
Counters, Shelving and Store Fix
tures, Desk and Platform Scales.
Also, several hundred pounds of assorted Can
dies ; about twenty pounds Crackers ; all the
Tools. Jars and Implements uteil in maklnc
bread, candies or cracker.
Also, a let of Furniture. Bods ami Bejiline.
Sale absolute. Kent on lease paid in full to day
of sale. Terms Cash.
JUU.N LUJISUKS, Aenienee.
II. M VTTHxWS, Auctioneer. dee7-td
Ori-ici: Assist iNT QuABTeaxAaTEs.
Docembei ,1. 1SS.
T WILIi OFFER FOR SALB. I.T THIS
JL place, at Public Auction, on I
Monday, tlic 10th Day uf December, CC,
The follonins (iovernmcnt Buildings:
lHt. ItuildliiirM on Summer utreet.
occupied by the ItHh Infantry, eoneistins ef
1 Buildtnx. e9x35x23feet-Offiiers' Quarters.
,r Buildings. 130x25x23 feet Barracks.
1 .Building, 11x16x11 feet Kitchen.
I It. lit, linn- ?li'ili feeti-Guard llouje. . -
1 Building. 63x21x10 fL Commissary Storehouse.
Uuililmg, ;wx"J7xis lect Btanie.
lluildinr. 2tixl9xl2 feet Privy.
:i Buildings, Ux2Q.4xv feetr-Quartcrs.
itniiiiini?. .-ifi.ixsz.u leet uakerv.
Building, 14-lU22i feet Addition to Bakery.
iiuiimna-. 2i.bnu ieet uuarters.
I Building fixM feet-Privy.
7 Buildings, !!Jx2fl.tx9 ft Carpenters Quarters.
1 Building, 3WxU fsct-S,table,
2il. On C'eUnr street, (olil CorraD
I Building. IUR7 feet Office.
3I. Corner Union niltl Vine htrectM-i
1 Building. IC0x2UxlS feet-Stables.
1th. Xlcnrof 82 Church street, H. F.
Building,ae,lxi2 feet Quarters.
rtnil,lhir.l0viUI feot Quarters.
I Building, llxl7. feet Shed Stable.
1 Building, 11x12 feet Hay Shed.
1 BuiWing, 12x11.8 feet-Hay Shea.
There luilJicn will bo sold in tho order ad
vertised. . . ,
Sale to commence at 9 o'clock x. n. Terras
f!a.h. in (InYernment fnnds.
liv order of Brig. Oen. ThoKas SwobuH. Ass't-
Quartermaster ueneTalw - -rw.
M . MM. ........
Bvt. Lieut. Cel. aatT Ass'tQuartcrmaster.
0'Ntii.i.'s U. S. Gr.if Anntcr. )
No. 33 Cmt St.. (Up Stairs.)
4 Li. classes of lboitimate claims
airaliijt the I nlteil States Oovernment
promptly eolleeted. Poiticnlar attention given
to claims for Equalization of Bounty. Parties
who have tiled claims at my office, ami who bare
not heard from ise lately in relerenco to tbein,
are reiaeted to send me their present poiteffiee
uddress, as many ebasges havo taken place in
the porta! arrangement since their claim were
filed, awl letters are being returned tn me every
day uncalled fer. I intend visiting it aibingten
soon for the purpose of urging a speedy settle
ment of all claims now in my namis, ami u w
important that I should be able to eamraunieatn
with claimants promptly, as additional evidenee
will have tn be farnbnetl In many eases, and
stranger proof of loyalty in tome eases of eiliten
claims. Money advanced on o Seers', soldiers'
arid citizens' claims. . . . , .
I am also agent for the Rational ftteam avi
ation Company steamers between New York,
,ivrpot, ami (Jaeenilown. Iretanil.
P. O. BOX 23 i. J OIIX 0'.VEII.T-
100 to 250 per Month.
W ACTED. AI.BNTS EVm.YWlIKKK,
snd Patnale. til sell the Genuine
Iinnroveit CoinniOH-Nennc rnmlljrfteu"-
InsrMnrlilne. Price only SIS. This Machine
will stieh, hem. fell. tnek. bind, tuilt. LraW. and
embroider. The eieth eannst be polled apart
even after every reeeml tlch is cut. Bvery aw
ebjne warrantel three years. Send for eireaUrs.
Manufccturers' Southern Agentt,
dee5-3m LeaitTiUe. hy.
Clothier and Merchant Tailor,
Cor. Market Nt. a I'lthllo Spunre,
HATINfl BODflHT THE ENTIBK STOCK
ef Ctetbiae and FurnishiBg Geodi of Sam'l
llyman, I selWt the patronage of the old cus
tomers ana. tne pawie, assuring inem tney wu:
buyL":thingat prices not surpassed in the city.
Ifavfn. Mwnrfwl tH flrvtiiM Af Mp -I W .TraH-
Wra, C. fi- Isaac and Sam'l Hrman. who will
(till remain to serve their ifrlends and acquaint
ances in general. deeft-sw
WHOLESALE A77D EETAIL
FANCY GS0CER ST0EE,
No. Vi orlIi Cherry Street,
i AAoil V iiiiir. .
.ai.Pi . .
PAXDOI.FINI at RITA,
REZP CONSTANTLY OH HA5D A LA BO I
and' eomtflete auortment of averrttiuu h.
their lin' of ihe
7KBY elst qvxurr.
mporter of- Fine - -nd Qenuise
Uerrauii, ' ' ' -
WINKS A.D I.IUUOKM,
UiVAS I CI a IRS. Alo, on band, the best
CHKWlSd TOBACCO. JjlMy
P. P. PBGK,
31 CfOIiLFiGK St.. XASIl,VIiaX,TEjrX.
UO.Ult lASUKAMIK tKIJIl'llWV.
F VJ5W YSMtK. .
0Ma aM i.: bM
n.n: ixstikaxok eo.mwx'v,
r NKY HAVJaX.
C.pltel and A4 - , r.IM
W.V4IIIGri.V I.VSOK.IXOE oo
o m YORK.
Cuplul aaiianM ... ...SejBjMe
J Ir HARWiiK.
OaAAaurt -. WJNMt
Trarolor'V AoiWeut IatiraHc Co.,
Capitol an4 Aet IIWIII
nOLICIBS WRITTKN' ON I'lKK aS1 ilVIt.NK
.i K tlltf RSJ lifBsA! flflrrfcH ' N ti (4l4el
uwee. awl aHweatiMi JM- UM
risk is the abav lirsl tint Com
WITH A StiLIP lAl'UVL AK AMSH)
And IU Stock Hftuly beVI at $183, tfce PtMWIK
stand itnerveMy at the axU of SecaOiee lemtr.
II. l. BlAlill.l.. .-I Ar-Mt.
Western. Mfaseh Mtee. Wneaawitt.
P. P. I'lil'U, ILuliinv Anit.
nevlMf-sp. 31 CMMgftMtM.
m t m.
LIFE IN&U RANGE GO.
Income for yen r cm!
Auil 1'oIlrlcH iMMtie
Nashville Agency: 31 College.
i. ji. raoif.
N. It. This Company luej iinifcimtr mode St
per cent lancer Anase) Pividewls iftaa a ay Mher
Life InsaraaeeCBai pony reprentdl tfetala
Good Chance for a Home.
A DM I MS riU I Olt'S SlrVUig
ON THURSDAY, DKCKMBEtt Vi, WK WILL
offer at puUtc at tbe OMrt-Heaie Jierta
N'ailiiilie, trie Lot ef Hreasel ea Bread trct. Wt
Naahville, belonrtaj t Hie rataU ef M. L SM
ton, oVeeawd, freotfoic M feet o Bra4 .teert al
runniBg back 1W feet, m which I a tiestfaUa ad
TWO STORY 1IRICK DWjMJjINO
Centiiniet; eight rwmw, eeHan, (Htera.aiM
every coateDivaee. Sale te take eiaee at 11 e'eKek,
and pnrthawra wUi pkoae evawtna Mmj arecabs
before day ef sale. Tlw beBe k aew tjiinfl. I ay
Terra s One-tkkd eaab, ealasee twdre aad eif'J
teea meoth, with ltfet, lira, etc. r
I. II. HOWXLL, AdatV,
A. NELSON & CO., Aem
Deux Jt Bi!, AuMMsr. net H!4i
JLOOK OUT FOlt JMUOAIiVS
BOOTS: AND SHOES.
AO. 21 PUBMO -SCklFAlfiE,
Olsof1US: BAY AK iTIXK Sm
OnHtoiuOIudc BooIh ami Shoes
whieh he wiH sell at Paole TrWv Tii k want
of food, diiraWe, 4ylh4 wetk wM M Mtiea t
Croat ly redueed jviees,
OIU NtocU Selllns- Jh Tlinu Ifoat.
A c:a k d.
HAVING SOLD TO MWelBrJ. ORB BOS. eK
''k or CreeeriM, Lfiw, U., vre laze fie.
nrela n comm. uJiug ttnw te wfrfts. aad w
lomenatverywaytny ef thetr eaoHitewte aM
patrepami, SrB.Tt;, OtfENLT A lSr.
C'OilMIS-'l- .MKHOrA I
A rent" fr the nk ef LAWRW. HILL- Sit EOT
1KUS, M.i JIHta a4. XieMaad Haaaaaetwhic
CewiiaBj' OUTTON YAR.Vg, ncf
S. E. Conicr 3Iarkot and Broad S(sy
Hae repnml in tk abive sfMtW WaitUww
where taeylwv.eaJ.e-ri (acNtttM (kr U Mhi
and aale. ut v)ttu aiaJlWw. nHy mBd h.
Ibj, la a4tien to BMat Wvv (wow. kSaatMa
Brte. Meht the t-4 .tfc f fn .
Strattea, Cheaey Ry on mm fcretaW tens,
thvy are pniparrtl to fc r Ut th Uwlt imhwmI kt
STAl'LK AND FANCY GROCERIES,
Foreign Mini Domratle Wine aud
1, Iilum, Ktc, Etc.
CUf liaj-.r. HI At M If. thefe tMajmt te alt.
OnW accefapairtnt with th. ei wft bm moat
attest,. OKIC UKOniHltelr
net 1 1 -Km
W)K TIIK TKitATM HftT 9&
Private DIhcjisck. antr
DISEASES OP W05IX?7
I'ATIiaiTJi TKKATEI AT TUB1U
HO.Mr.S. CCIIRS CAnSTBKI. -ca
AH IetleraluwUL.MM4i Titr w.niTf
0e 07r Jelm TV lot Saer.. tfUoo
treet. betw eea UeHea aa4 Ckwrr emu.
NO. C3 NORTH COLLEGE STREET,
aB ar .
3C NOUTII MAIIKBT KTHBET.
$50,000 "WORTH OF GOODS)
BATS, aad WrafXS,
Te be raid at a rrat aaerliee. 0eaa and lajfje far
yearMtt Tb bet qiaHIH Flee, ilertno'at
f Lie per yard ; m I.'Kw' SfcM, IUM per,, pair,
anJ ry tbisci la preaeiMaa.
KeenoiWr mm 2o. m Xeeth OMteai. aad
38 Soatli Market Krt. . '
eetI-Zu - V JI. SUOKL,
Lumber! Lumber C -
SOfiWt Seergta TeHew Mm SMaflea.M ieehea
leaf. fal w hd aa4 far aala tar
,1- Tt h , i r 1 .n . a
aevMOu Ke. MerA OftKeg (treet.