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This eeod eM band M oJftspifig wines
V, I!leU Wvo it. awi leajtUeic ds, , -
TWj band bus eApd a thuand hands
That ten; have known oanwerie thrill :
fcomu Ware inejMered in fVrcigii taut
Sotheltt leielrfryai on the" hfll.
Mather, who Meeed It. d wt away.
Te rest till the waking Ir Owl- gwwl IWM.
vtMBul a lover hand. er- acme.
WMMfleil away leftber in leorf :
Offer MwtV torrid ran.
.J4lWUwIniTtiiittwl yen 4 jw.
Ctagl'ijd tbe kastd of a roa4 man true,
WW ImM it mltly end Ml esaewp.
Ami woke bo more, sad never ktiew
Ifew kgw that infers vM,woqld kt.
Chaspcd so man; , k many '. o fi-w
Tint (tilt respond t o the liviwx will,
r an antwer it? iireesure e OM msA tew '
,8 "r'TJ tliat lie unmoved ami rtill !
Ctfl.pfJ, at laet, IhU hand my own :
Ash! mina will moulder, t. in turH.
"Will any ebip Tf when I atn gone?
. la vw 1 y tfabhand lo learn !
JOHN JL SURRATT.
IIIn Arrrnt in tlio KnukH of tlio I'lijinl
" .Arinj- If Ih licnro.
Flrewe H.) errefionicDee of I.omloH
It is stated that J. II. Stirralt, one of the
perpone charged with ooinplicity in the aa
5fiJwination of the late I'rwident of the
United SUUtAbraliaui Lincoln) luu heen
serving ferseme time mBl in the l'apal
Zquave, his oompany heing quartered at
Veroli, one of the frontier town of the Ap
Ienine, near Frosinone. He had atwmiied
and was known In his regiment hy the name
of John Watson. InforiBatton of th'iA fact
having been communicated to General J!u
fua King, the Jtlinisler of the Unitd States
at Home, no time wm liwt by him in trans
milting the newn to his(Jveniment, which
Mraighlway instructed the General to lake
Mich measure as might lead to the eouuring
of Surratt, alias "Wataon.
Id compliance with hia instructions, Gen
eral King repaired to the Vatican, refjuot
cd an audience of Cardinal Antonelli, and
asked his Eminenee whether, in the event
of his proving the identity of Surratt, the
Papal Government would hand him over
to that of the United States. The Cardi
nal Secretary promised the General all the
facilities in his power. General King wa4
made acquainted by Cardinal Antonolli
with the measure he had taken. Thews
were contained in a series of telegraphic
instructions Kent from Home, with the cor
responding telegraphic replies from the
local authorities of Veroli and Vellctri.
They recorded the order to arrest Surratt,
alias Watson; the fiUcce!ivcleH taken ir!
compliance with the order; the actual ar
ret; the oonvpyar.es to prison; the removal
from prison under a guard of five told i era
of his company; hut the scricn closed with
the announcement that when thus led out,
Surratt, oliat 'Watson, made a midden dash
from hisgnailijumjed over a precipice
more than a nundred fret high, and, though
hotly pursued hy fifty Zouaves, was enabled,
from the fact of their preferring a more
circuitous route, to get clear across the front
tier into the Italian territory.
The dishing relations between the Ita?
lian and Papal on all, and more especially
ox tradition matters, arc notoriously" ofsucli
a character that it is not likely Cardinal
Antonelli has addressed any very urgent
communication to the Government oCKIor
6nfC, to assist in capturing the individual
wlto evaded the vigileuce of his owrj
Zoaavcs; but of course General King Iwt
no lime in communicating the facts to hii
colleague at Florence, where the American
(Sovernmcnt is mct honorably and cfli
cently represented by Jlr. Geo. P. Marsh,
the philologist, to who the present genera
tion of Tfnglhth youth owe a large debt "of
gratitude. ' '
In consequence of the representations
just made by Mr. Marsh to the Italian
Government, telegraphic instructions have
boMirvrded. lo the towne on the Papal
YronHor, arfd toHdl seaports df Italy, to "re
capture Watson ajqsiirratt; but, if I ant
not exceedingly misinformed, the Italian
Government, in declaring iu readinos to
forward the great ends of international
justice, has intimated that, even in the
event of its giving up Surratt nis Wati
ne-n, it will stipulate that his life be spared.
A CILirTElfOF KEALLIFE.
Alicntticliy flrnllpimui N "Ilonf Iy
(Jnmblf rx nml llisprln IliK Fnnilly-
prsm the MwopliU Comiuncial ubI Arcu.
Seme mentlw ago, a young man named
Staiwfor, bf Covington Ky., recoivel $2,
000 from his busiiiwjwirtiior to jwy a note
which the firm owed. Unfortunately, he
di(l not preened to lift the note at once;
full into the hands of gamblers, ventured
risks, first a liltlc and afterwards larger
.-sams, at ajganie of cards, and in a lew
hours lost every cent he had with him. Of
course, liquor liRd something to do with his
mislorhincs. When he awoke next morn
ing, from his debauch, he fonnd himself
pfennlloss. He belonged to a respectable
fanthy, liafl a yoitng and attractive wife:
and previously very flattering business pros!
spects. Having a high sense of honor
naturally, and a deep sense of shame under
his misfortunes, he resolved to ilfc the dis
grace which had fallen upon him, and to
seek a refuge among strangers, who would
ktqy nothing of his caroer.
" lie lied from Kentucky, and all efforts of
his friends to trace him up proved unavail
ing. Hi father and his wife advertised
for him in many of the principal jiapcrs of
. the United States, but all in vain nothing
could bo heard from the prodigal son Ilia
nte devoted, husband.
Last Saturday a gcntloman named Per
rival,-and a lady named Mrs. Stansijbr, ar-.
rived at the Overton Hotel from Covington.1
Kentucky. They had received information,
that the missing member of the family wa
in Memphis or the vicinity, and had cerae
resolved to spare no ;p&ina or expense to
find him. Police headquarters were vis
ited; and at the Adams street station might
afterwards be seen the photograph of a,
handsome looking nian, and below an oiler
of five htirfll red dollars for his apprehen
sion. The ieliee wero on the alert, and
many an unsuspecting stranger receix cd a'
pcrutiniring glance to sec if he answered to
tho photographic picture. Sunday eveniiiK
Col. Itoauuiwvt neeived information whioli
led him to visit a small-boarding house in.
tho regien of Pinch, and to invite an indi
vidual whom ho fosnd there to accompany
him to the Overton House. When he
arrived there, and was conducted to
the presence of the lady, she hhouted for
joy in recognising her husband. He was
not so quiek to admit tho relationship, and
at first rcjmlsod her, but in a few minutes
comprehended the .situation, ami h tared
inte hw wife's feeling of happiness. His
historv since he had IcR home was partly
elicited, and Appears to have been
an vthing but one of flowers and ca?e. 1 le
had not sought the ulegant resort of cities,
nor the haunts of vice and dissipation ; but
exiling hlnwelf from all habits as well as
assoektieus, he had fw months past oc
cupied a ioit'HS as brakesman on the
Memphis and Ohio Kailroad ; following
this laborious occupation on a great thor
oughfare of imvd, and yet being alwse and
an exile In the midst of the great world
which surged and throbbed around him.
The remaiwW f the kor-is wsiW tW.
Tlie joyful rtninioc was followed by the
departure of the happy wife, hbaml and
father-in-law for their Kentucky home.
TJie (kmilyei isifer -lwiHg ijdend
ready to sMle the $2,000 affair, he will re
turnltQ,the botMU ul frmsn as)iiatons a
chJtMl and doubtless a Inkier and wir-cr
man, Jt hkiawijJe he a warnmfrandR
Uonoitw many others. Verily, lif- hath
its ifietlwwv. " ' "
A ORKTAIN Cnnnwtieut larliiignohool
tyaa.wij) i e to tins peace, iHtead
of eivif his )opiU rmipi for ?80, when
thmr hliU rtoh that mhohm, iay them
hack m coot, credit them with $19 M,
T Ri " ,a : i-i j
i-i. i-i i -i i 1
A XOXMKK of l lwh M)ittcal exiles have 4
a Ifjjoie atlwl -Ne J 'MH'i, in
raiua ixMinly, irgiiiia. 1 hey arc
ajd to be contented awl nappy, and are
devoting, themselves asshhwrwiy to -klwr.
The exiKsriment bids fair to be a moat mag-
Tun wheatrnp of this region hvtks rc
fliarkailr wJl fr this scaawi of the year.
JVVoVoro oiit the other day and mt.de an
examination ef several fields, whMileok
ffne and preWg. ClfVtbtmd (Ttm.)
2Stnnr, Dee. 6.
I. f " Viiemostrr WMBod Taylor
El eelliug tbaJkiStffrttiew.rllccp fairporting to
baiblack Snamslt btiok; but Uie ifiret .rain
.1.AWA.1 iiimmiui oe couiuiuii'nuiw pwuim.- i auvic-.
A San Fiuxcisco iDer
went lo the
Baptist Church in that city recently, mid
volunteered to teach a dan in the Sunday
School. TIic offr wan accepted, and the
superintendent owiiiliimtited the lady on
the manner in which tw eribrnied the
duties. He, however, when lecturing the
children on their duties', warned them to
Minn the theatre, for it was a "light-house
of hell, and all adorn and nctre?.ess were
eMitwHrie of tlie devil." Minn Kiiig4mry
got up and fitated that alte w an actrerfc
aiMl a member ol tlt oiuteii, ml 111 a
short speech defended the profeaNon in a
manner that placed Aon du combat the man
who had opened the war,
Tin: Selwa (Ala.) Metuciiprr i) : "Gen.
Hardc is located in Selma, at lant, in .the
beautiful rcoidenco of our lamented fellow
. 1 1 . 1 . 1 AT f 1 '
ciiizen, uic laie .unjur .uutks, 011 uie su
burbs of the city. Welcome to the noble
soldier and the polished gentleman 1 May
Ids railroad trains ever continue to clatter
by, groaning under the press of bosincsa
and may the chills which smoke up from
the neighboring low grounds never reach
Love SciiArs. Here are a cotmle of
love scrap-i that will bear terusal :
''Of all the declarations of love, the
most admirable was that which a gentle
man made to a young lady who asked hiui
to phow her the picture of the one he
loved, when he immediately presented her
with a mirror.
"Our idea is," pays a fellow that had got
a shrew-fora wife, " that
AVomaii's love is Iilic'Scoli-li snSfT:
Vic Kt 0110 piur.h anl that's cuoukIi.' "
An old darkey says :
"Woman's lub Is India rubbei
It stretch le uioro do mure you lub hcr.t'
A contemporary gives tlie loltowiug ue-
finitionsj the aptness of which will be re
Patriotism in 18G4 No power on earth
can or shall dissolve the Union.
Patriotism m ISCo The Union is dis-I
solved, and all who deny it are Copperheads
Treason in 1SGC to speak respectfully of
the. President and his policy.
A counts roNDENT of the Boston Adser-
tUer, who attended the Norfolk railroad cel
ebration, writes home: "So far as the Rebel
officers are concerned, they made the bett
speeches, exhibited the most genuine feel
ing friendship, and wcro decidedly the most
companionable people we met."
The remnant of the six nations of Indi
ans will present a claim to Congress this
winter, asking that they may receive an
equivalent for 000,000 acres of land in
Kansas, which was secured to them upon
the cossion lo the United Slates, of their
rights to lands in "Wisconsin.
TiiKjDetroitlfrerter says that "quito a
large portion of the lady 'ton of that city
make their own liools." It is fashion, not
An Irish Peer says "never he critical
upon the ladies; the only way a true gen
tlemen will ever attempt to look at the
faults of a pretty woman is (o shut his
"Why," said llob Pitta lo Bill Swipcj
when he caught him drinking; "I thought
you had signed the pledge." "So 1 have'
said Swipes, " but all t-igns fail in dry
The story is again started that Grant will
go lo J'.uropQ when he huishcH tho re
organization of the army.
ItAUTMRT, a rising young hculplor of
New York, has finished and placed on ex
hibition two busts, one of Maggie Mitchell,
and the other an ideal Kvangcline.
Mount Hood lias recently been smoking
and giving out other manifestations that it
is a volcano. The Portland Orcgonian says
thai on the lGlh tilt, clouds of smoke hung
around the base of tho mountain, while a
columtrseemed to rise from its summit.
AutilwTA. Me., was devastated by fire
fourteen months ago, but buildings which
cost SIEG.OOO already cover the burnt disj
II03I K MAX UFACTOBT.
T. -fV. arTjRJtiiv
RRSPKCTFUKI.Y INFORMS HIS OLD
ciiftomers and the public grnernlly that he
i now fully rreparcd to make the finest fittinir
and most durable
Itools and Shoes
To order at rcssenable priec. and that he in
tends to keep constantly on hand n well made
and well regulated amr tmcut of hia own make,
at his old stand,
Xo. 10 Xortli College Strrol.
J. A. MUItKIX.
t LLTHOSi: HAYINQ CI.AI.MS AdAIXST
lv tho estate af It. L- Stanley, defeased, are
hereby notiGeI to file the sumo with the Clerk
of tho Oouuty Court of .Stewart county. State n(
Tennessee, on or boforo the first day of Feferu
nry, liiiiT. )p tally authvntiealvd. in order that tho
rniuc may bo liquidated and riijch:in;cd umong
the creditors in aceordauce with the nets of the
Legislature of the State of Tennessee relative to
Insolvent estates. This the 'M Any of October.
ISfiG. N.McKISXON. AdmV.
HAVING OONflLBIlEl) TO B.ETIBK T.0M.
the biuiiiii t Sturinx Cotton, o hare thl
(Uy sold out to GHOItGE ALLCN CO.
The Inittuu in storu. oouidgnd to us by onr friend
will lill have our chwyt atteuUun, a we will l
Wiiys bv fwtinJ at the okl Muti.l, and will lnp or sell
for thwn, as they way Jwire.
Nanhrllle, Sept. 7, le.
Inielliinf from tbeflottea Factorage and tVm
Btlmifwn Bnntfte, m tnkevrrot ph asiin-In reooni
mendineonr snewwors, Mirt. Ovorg O. Allen it
Ok., to 111" pstrouage of tHir liumerous friend, as
eiry way wrthy of th4r conlnee ami ttiptort.
J. A. MrAMSTKK & Xl
Na4ivlWe, Sept. 7, 101.
By reference to the attf adrertiMHriit it will be
seen thst we bavc ucelml Messrs. J. A. McAli'ter
.t Co., In the Cotton Factorage and Rciieral CouimU
atOH KUil Fomanling Business, at the old stand,
corner of Bread and tvtbses stnts, where wo will
lie, iik'sjoal to w all the oM clHtomem of the house,
and our own frhnd an.I Kiualntance.
Wr hnpe to K uble to gtv &tivf tion to U tko&A
wlui imt Jitrut Hi with their biuhies.
OKUIIKK V. AI.1.K.V t t 0
Of tlie late tirm of BUBG i ALLKS
Na.hvillo, Sept. T. lifi. sepS-tf
EXUCl TOK-S SALE.
' I IIF.HR will be sold ox TIIE.FRK
1 mint, te the hiehot hidder. at tho roidoe
uf the Ule l)r. John It. Joous. in Bcdiiird
county, about ten miles wost of Sbelhyvtlle.
ihi the Lewiskuig dirt ivad, on JIONDAV, (ho
lTlh day uf DwcmUer, iuid from day to day
therorMr. Ml tho pen-onal imipcrty lielorHcinr
to .aid c.-Ulc. o-mistiui! uf llwicliold and
Kilc4n.ii Furniture. Farmtnr Tools and liuple
liients. Horses. Mule. Jacks, Jennets. Cattle.
Sheep and Hog: itho hotv consist of dock hoirS'
and fat how rcody for stau3iter. lies jack are
young and cry fine, and a portion of the cattle
arc very snpenor:1 tWn. Fodder, "als. llay.
ami a xaricty of other articles.
Amloa tkeUfttdu) tflAnuary there wiN be
viM at the mm fitoco tmi tmet if land consti
tuting the homrctt.id. contatulnc atiout three
hondrol and forty -eight acres, ail under a liunt
suponor yclar faaee. ntul divided into lot and
fields with the same dc-criplioo of fence; frame
IwfMHig hntiee f mi or seven rictus, tdeffant
jumI nHouwlMis. Hoe outliuiues are new Jind
vt's)lnori Sua joUMcurohard; forty or atty
aarw ot we.loc ; pWty at icvor-faiIic watar.
The ttenooal l(uert)- itill be old on a emlit
f twatvo nwfitac cxeii nnwe iae urease
Mrhn than ti e dollars.
AlL r.-aked on leli
The Uud illVe sold oi
SHj t,i,.-rar wonih
lliau live unitars. iu wutca rate ine aasn
on six. twelt e, eiahtaati
i limit. Xole with an
proved petvoiwl K'SUJriiy wl lie required m all 1
i-ae.sintl it lien Ami ie rriainnioa -itre imi
until Ihc iirliH-c iHotiey is paid.
- lrnTtlV. - VKxlar.
X . I'll AX 1 1.1. ltAXTElt, J
Tennessee Orphan Asylum,
, , t ' h ' I :.- : S
rilfllS IXSTITITION 111UNG NOW IN OTKUA
1 two, ltu wlto dmirt' lie aJaii-ii of orphani
u y numjiuA w,th Jli. A. G. MuutorJ, Curry
potMlInc Secn tary. wlto will furtiUh blank Sinn of
a41eation, and all other Infonuation. Uuardians,
etc., are eariHUj' nqattd iwt to Mint chiklren to
Chtrksville. prtor to fttch errefendeBr, a the
otticers ef the Iit(tll'ioti will be responiibhi for ibe
carsrf-f Mr cld4a wkease I ml not bosu rrl
ewdv eoMUefrd by them.
rpr threaftrtut th Stativ uha. iksJre Id U a
charity tuot if)BUy uVtuanded, will copy the
XO. A SOUTH COLliF.UE STREET.
UAI.K1.I.3 BXTJU KAMII.V VCOllK
2-W 1 rrrit x I rn unfi ft VUn r ;
.Vt Ih-kkwiiVw 'IiIoki. Saptr ; "
6H UtrrrU Ormtmil tut! l'nSfi!(HfiM
2b0 aaska priav Kfo UioW ;
2S tacti I-agHlr CoX-v;
2T. barrcle frwli nice ; '
M borrrta S Oi'.jau 3IJ(j- ;
M0 bo-to t-TOctr JtCwuWs Sip'; ' ' .
lie bnu tumb9 bntmbSMp -' - j
lnOtwx-wPUirrnir; , . .J
100 U-lwi Tallu Ca.ll-, hrJ prenf.1 ; 1
M 1oxm Bee Chewing Tob -co; . J
to greet Fine Cut Tobacco ; '
25 bmli Smelting Tobacco ; '
2i krgi XugHsh Soda ;
25 kegi Aurlcan Soda; , i .
40 caaua t and 2 lb. cans OjiUt ; ,
SO boxes PrpKr ;
SO box Spice;
50 boxtJ Indigo A , . , , .
50 boxt Ground Miwtanl ;
25 barrel Muoii'i Blacking ; )
CO boxe pint, quart and half gallon BotUc-r
20 bolts Garrett' EnuR;
20 groa Dux&ee'a Bluing ; 1
23 barrtlJ Bonrbon WhUkjr ,
23 bani-ls Robertson County TOiliVy ;
100 barrel Foot Nash Troof Whttk; ; '
100 lrrel Olnger Cordial ; - 1
15 barret Clnger Wine ; ' ' !
15 burrei Sweet Winu ; . , ' J
50 barrels Gn Yinegar ;
25 barrels Lesion Syrup ; '
60 lioxe Starch ; ' .
50 dazen Buekets; ' j
60 dozen Broomi ; i
2000 Flour Sack ;
50 boxes assorted Candy ; i
Brandy, Rum, Oin, Wince, of rariout brand, at
IVKAltliKY ite YAUUIIOUOII'-J. .
Ho. 3 North College street, NatliTllle, Tenunni
a. n. ciiRATnau.
a. r. WOOD
t- -q OT-i-r4-T--i-w-i 9 fr
tt. D, UnGauJlailll CC lOij
PINE BRANDIES, WINES,
Cor. College unci Church Sts.
CONSTANTLY OS'UXSlt AMI
100 baes choice Rio Coflee.
125 bbls Crushed, Powdered and Grant.
laleu hugar. . .
140 bbls Codec Sugar.
0 " Mackerel, No. 1 and 2.
25 " " No. 3.
150 kits No. 1, 2 and ?
200 boxes Star Candles.
125 " Soap (assorted.)
5 Tierces fresh Eice.
25 bbls Cider Vinecar.
650 " Extra Family Flour, Spring-
.... l iT f-?
100 bbls, I bbls and kegs country EarJl
5 tierces Dried Beef.
50 bhls N. O. Molawes and Synijw.
50 bbls Sorghum Molasses.
10000 bushels Cotton Seed.
Together with an assortment of
FRESH CANNED FRUITS
Worceslcr ' . "
and Pepper Sancc
Spices, Pepper, cle., etc.
LI QUO S.
AMONGST WHICH ARB
6 i Pines Fine Brandy,
Hennesey, Otard, Dupey & Co.,
Pinto Castillon; vintage, 184952, and '57
3J United Vineyard;Proprietors;1850,
4 i liodielle,
3 Puncheons best Irish and Scotch Whisky
2 PIns Jamaica Rum.
6 I Pip'es N. E. "
65 J casks Sherry and Port Wine, all
8 J casks pure Malga Wine,
4 Pipes pure Holland Gin,
75 boxes St. Marceaux Champagne;
3Q " Cabinet "
65 " Heidsick
125 boxes Claret, very fine. 1
10 bhls "Old Crow," 1855, warranted su
perior to any ever oflcred In Nashville,
185 bbls pnrc Robertson County, old and line'
130 u Uourbon, all grades,"
23 " Apple Brandy, pure,
8 " Peach Brandy, pure.
Aniset, Curacoa, Abstynthr,
jrariijichino, irampoo Draktv,
Plantation and liuhcrti' Hitters
and Ltnidon Club. t
ff.000 fjenuino Importul Havana Uigars.
110.000 Baltimore, all grade;:
Together witn a general asfortnient of Staple
and Fancy tlrooeiies.
It. 1$. CIIK.1TIU3I & CO.
novll to jaulo .
D. II. BAILLT,
Fertaerly of Maury cu.
JlMES v, CAKAJ.r,
of Giles county.
of lluntsviile, Ala.
BAILEY, ORDWAY & CO.,
A X V
o' 5 and 7 I J road Street.
a 7 K BKfl LKATB TO KKTUBN THANKS TO
VV -ear frlembTor the very liberal share of pat
ronsgo ts-tov.t upon our house tho. pat stasou,
and would say that, luring enlarged our facilities
tor iitoring cotton, wo are now prcjiared to give
every attxnp'oa to tlie,u.nige, sale and ihlpmeut of
aHct'lfon onrffriemli JnsyHjntrust t AarVare. Wr
promlMt that eery effort will U use.1 to aecure the
very bigfrt market price, wliether oll here or In
Will mabcarii adtaueeslm all Col ton or other
Produce thtppnl to us. Our trrius thatl always be
a low as acv otlter reliable Ihum
JAMKS M t'AUSIrnd WJt. T. SAMPLK will
give their undivided attention to the Cotton Depart
ment, anil will train every nerve to make It to the
Ititereft of planter to patronlte u. - ? Sj
fWe illkta time keep a-full itock of Orocerle,
-Baggiag Rope" and Tiflne," and all gnulea of Flour
for sale at the lowett price.
WANTKD. We wtnh tonarchas waihed and un
wanted Vi-ol, Feather and Dried Fruit, and will
alaa give th bt prica.
A1LKV, OKDWAY'-i, CO.
Fancy Kii nr
We will krfp fonsUBtly on baud. Lj the tingle
barrel or oar load, II. Vaughu A Co.' Celebrated
LockUud Mills Flour, which we will warrant In
every instance. Wr will al keep uveral other
brami of llour, which wa oftVr to the trade at the
lowrat msh prices. Dealer will do well o alanine
our Flour befKraptuthaaing.'
BAILKY, OltllWAY CO.
lmc- or flio I riVflnu
St. Louis Mutual Lifc'nsnnuice, Co.,
InlUUtej dfKftituck.. udTlui.,
Comer nf Vloeiiil Church' at . elk.
. A t CL V. .StuiUi',DrQgStorE.JaUiville;'Jcnji:
-twrt-tf . -UOIIX'Df KLlNESt'reof?' ,1
Commission and Torwardiii
Mcrclianfs and .Dcalcfrs."
J'. Wi.ULD AXSoBSfB TO OCK OLD Cl'S.
tanuir.. nud the tr-.lin l.ablic gin. rally.
woare nK prpjlel wtlb Israe and vrill-assorutl
Iraa.Cna i-vCviiinr'all.irln gsi
A i Irs, Horse Shoes and Xalls,
. Carriage and Jlachlnc BoltK,
Blacksmith Tools, Axes, Griuditones, I'ump Chain
and Tubing, Hanx-s, t ollars. Log anil Irawin"g
Chain, Sash, Glut. Straw-Cotter, Corn-Shellcr,
Cement, Land Master, Hub. Sioke, Felloes, Cin
cinnati Steel atul Mttshnre Wrought Iron Mow,
Water Filter. Also, the cclbrUsl
and varUn oth-r article in our line.
1Y3I. LY0S & CO.,
No. 45 South Market ttrect,'
Pies A Time copy.
A. A. SPENCER & CO.
Soiitheutst Corner ol"
Churcli and College Streets,
ii It O C K 11 1 K 8,
Flour, Bacon, Isard,
DBIED FRUIT, Etc., Etc.
Orders nilecl wltU Cnre nt tlie I.ovrcit
OUlt LAHOE WAREHOUSE enables us to of
fer superior inducements to Planters and other
Shipping thtir Cidton aud other Produce to ui.
on whih wo will luako
Sell, Stove, or Shijt, on the most
Parlies favoring us with their business may
denend on" it rccolving prompt and careful
attention. A. A. aiKXCEK-bCO.,
Southeast corner of Church, and College its.
.B. S. UAilltTO-V.
Jaues 11. Gukhx.
Late James ll. Green 1c Co,
B, S. HAMILTON & GREEN".
m. 25 CHITECH STEEET,
A HE NOW RECEIVING. IN ADDITION
J. to their present stock, per steamer Havana,
75 bigs Coffee, all grades;
7f hogsheads Sugar:
rut ImrreU CoiTee Kuirar:
21 barrels Crushed and Powdered Sugar
a) barrels tJranulated baar;
11 KJ barrels choico Flour ;
50 U barrels Xos. 1. 2 and 3 Mackerel:
100 kits do. do. do.
5 drums Codfish;
fiO boxes Herrings:
a) cases Indigo and JIadder;
10 bags Pepper and Spies:
11X1 holes Tobacco;
100 doien ltuckots and Washboards .-
Tli boxes Cheese;
SO nests Tubs;
HI kegs Knglisb Soda ;-
lir boxes English Soda: .
2)0 boxes Star and Tallow Candles ;
llMI boxes Soap;
20 kegs Syrup, veryeboico;
100 reams Paper:
50 boxes and half boxes Koisuu.
TIRE CKACKElts AND TORPEDOES
100 boxes Fire Crackers;
10 boxes Torpedoes.
SnuC Oysters. SardincsCanned Fruits. Brandy
Pcach3, Pine Apple?, Nutmegs, Cloves, Ginger.
Flasks. Jars, llrooms. Pepper Sauce, Tomato
Catsup, Jellies, etc.. cte.
Wo also invite attention to our large stock of
Robertson nnit IlonrboiL Whiskies,
ni.l Pnri Rherrv -vm! Madeira Wines. Cham'
pagne. Brandies. Rum, Giu, and the celebrated
r' Corn Whisky." ...
Wo are constantly replenishing our stock, and
nro determined to sell as low as any house in thp
c.tyfuttAMl.H HAMUrox A OUEEar.
SMITH, PARKES &STARK
COTTON AWD TORACCO
Coriimissioii Merchants. :
No. S South Market Street,
A. L. smith. Logan county, "Kentucky.
thos. pabkea, late W. J. A T. Parke.
a. b iajik, Tuscaloosa, Alabama.
HAVING TAKEN THE ABOVE WARE-
HOUSE, we are prepared lo do a General
Commission Business, and will keep constantly!
on nana a large supply ot
GRAIN, Etc. Etc. -For
thu Trade at LOW PRICES,
Naalirillc Cotton Market.
It is a generally admitted fact that the plan now
addnted in Tobacco salosof sollinr'at Ari-riov.
reserving tho priviUgoof rejecting thobejt bid if
not satisfactory to tnoi'ianter, has given more
satisfaction, and uniformly caused Produce "to
Sell Higher than Any Other Slethod,
andbelieving that thiswill provo coually as satis
factory In Cotton as Tobacco. Messrs. Smith,
Parkcsk Stark, of Nashville. Tonnessee, hava
concluded to adopt this plan.
ITS ADVANTAGES ARE NUMEROUS.
It draws together all the buyers la this and
many other markets, the competition between
whom Insures tho highest market price for each
bale offered. Each bale lie beforo the buyer, so
that he ran see its condition, with a sample fully
drawn, showing its quality.
TI16 .owner cither iu person, or through
bis agent, has the right to reject the sale when
the price is not satisfactory.'
These advantages are secured to the' Planter
with the samexpenscof selling as under the old
system. The universal satisfaction given to all
who hare ever tctedthis system is proof that this
is par excellence the bestjhat can be had.
HILL HcALISTER & ALLEN,
(Successors to J. A. 3Ic.ULster.fc Co.,
Commission and Forwarding
C0TT0N AND TOBAOCO FACTOR .
fV ' I "
Cor. Broad aud .College Sts.f
HASH VILLI, - .... .TKKNK&SK;
TOE RBS11ECTFDLLT INTITZ OOK FRIES D8
and aU penun visiting th dty to call and ex
aiuiue our Good ' - '
Clollilns, lnrnlshlRjr'Goods, Jewelry,
Before parchaiiug elaewliera. We an determined
to close out, and guarantee Mtttfactics In quality of
good and prca at aanu. U bv a
POtiLt Wf O'Jt TO iSKj-Kirr K Oft
And person can preiare for tbo ntHIDATb ata
great tavlog by "giving s a call.
vniirv a.-rtjy.j - -25
N ELL'OA.NT AdiOKTHKIT OF KVKUY
x thing new and desirable. Our stuck of j
-; DES.S fr0:0D S !
uwim-u any ii iiw conuiiy.. Awoeery
Ihiug new iu (
' ' LACK GOO ,,
uiti: G ;oi
I A II htlllt
I AUslKU e AH,
iI..VK, K'l C, - KTC. '
In il.oit, every thing Iu our line of t-iulon-F louUt
upon th. nicst favorable terms, anil at jrite. tUtti
... t .
cannot ian 10 give saiuuciiou.
tverythiiig Wn Sell- Is of the Best,
And will alway turn Cut a rirwn:eil.
It. T- lvlKlwl'A 1 HU1C,
6tt21-Sm-p old ktaud of iu C. JfcSairy Co.
(All'l. COWAX. 1AS.X. . AiyulW. J. A. UjISDU
COWAN, BRADSHAW & CO.,
Kxclufclre AVholoUti--I)Alfr8 In
HIT E GOODS,
K0TIOXS GLOVES, H0SIEUY, ETC.,
Xo. li:t, u llieiial Ci-. I'uli.jqusrc,
K 1IAYK IN STORK A WELL ASSORTED
tock of everything embraced under the head
of the above line ol good. We know thst we can
make it to tlie interest or the trade to buy from us.
He Invite an .npctl.u 3' er
Splcutliil, .icn am! lief vr Mock,
Bclioviog, from long experitnre, tliut wo know the
trade, and are prepared to supply its wants.
HUNT & CO,
Xo. 10 Union Street,
JJAVE QNJIAXD. A.FJXK STOCK OF
Tiiiiixiiv G S , ETC.
7011N B. E'ERETT AND JOHN : W.
J MURRAY, who are carrying on the business
of the above firm, would rcsiectnilly call the
attention of their friends and of the public scud
rally to tbustock of NF.W GOODS. !
Mr. Everett and Mr. Murray are, anil always
have been, residents of Nashville or its vicinity,
and consequently are identified in interest with
the people wbosc patronage; they solicit.
Their house is the samo occuniod by J. B.
Everett and II. R. Buchanan fur the period of
fourteen years previous to me war They return
to the business again, hoping to share the patron
age of a eencrous nublic. To their old friends
and numerous customers they would say, "Come
and ico us," believing tbatthc satisfaction here
tofore giv'eu'will be a sufficient guarantee for the
future. - - - - ' 1iovi)-lm
li. II. LAZIER,
(Lato of Lanier, Phillips i Co..)
Wholesale Grocer and CQmmission
NO- 3 SOUTH 3IARKET STREET,
T HAVE JUST RETURNED FROM NEW
JL York and Baltimore, where I purchased n
new stotltof Groceries, and am nowopcning at
my old stand. No. M South Market street, where
I will be pleased to seo my friends and the pub
lic generally. .J shall. endeavor to sell Groceries
at such prices that merchants will find it to their
interest in hliv in Nnahrilln .in.tt.ail nrWin.
f.i t-tli or- inv knim.ia.ntmat..l ..... : 1 1 . I
...-. 'J wua...vc v..v. iwivii 11 I'll. UJWb
with prompt attention.
The following articles comprise a .part of my
stock tn'slore and receiving: ,
Choice P. R. Sugar, extra Demerara Sugar.
Fair to Good Demerara Sugar. Crushed aud i
rowticrcu sugar, cutixial Sugar, Urouiul and
Granulated Sugar, A, B and C Coffca Sugar,
Stuart's Extra Syrtlp. Choice Rio Co'Bce. La
guyra, Coffee. Old Government Java Coffee,
choice Rice, Wheelinsr Nails, Bee Hlvo fvrup.
Clear Sides. Cheese. Pepper, Race'Gingcr, Spice,
..giro Crackcrs.-St.ir Candles, 'Soap. Concentrated
Lyo. Tndigo. Madder, Durkcc's Yeast Powder.
tirounii tustani, I'epper, bpicc, etc.; anil n
general stock of Liquors ; Copper and Lead
all of which will be sold low to the trade.
.nQT25-3m - . . L. II. liAXmit.
JOHN D. JAMES,
(Lat4"of'"tlie fitii 3CrayneVtaine A Co.,)
Comrnission Merchant. ,
K0. C SOUTn 3LVRKET STREET,
7VT0W RECEIVIKO A LARGE LOT OF GBO-
-l-l eerie, consorting of Flour, Ilacon, Sugar,
CoRee, etc i
Special attention given to the salo and shipment Ol
Cotton and otiier 1'roduce. cctI2-U i
C II A S . R.OBERTSOlVi
NO. 17 X MAKKET STREET,
WOULD REMIND HIS OLD FRENDS AND
WV Cnstomers that lie i 'mnro than ever nre-
Sarcd tn supply them with the very best of Light
read, Crackcrfi Cakw, Candies, etc.
no nas also ou nana too neat ot v ines. suiLi
ble for medical purposes, besides a superior lot 01
imported Scotch Ales and London Porter, and
fine brands of Cigars. Also. Currants, Raising
r.. T- 1. n . . ...... .
iiiron, r igs. uaies, in uis, etc.
Just received, a large assortment of Fancy Art!
clcs.-embraeingToys, Firecrackers. Mai!cs. and a
very I fine assortment-of Fancy Corifeconnery.
suitable for. Christmas Holidays, which will be
sold wholesale and retail. nov2l-tf
..f&W. R ANN.XE,
19 Broad St reef,
CONFECTIONERS AMI RAIiERS,
CAIOY, SUGAR PMMS,
And everything In thidr Iin, dealers in all kindsof
Toys and Fancy Articles for Clirlshtms,
moOLD RESPECTFULLY CALL THE ATTEN
" tlon of the city and conhtry racrcliAuU tn their
large and well assorted .tock of the above article,
Which'they wtll sell lo-
... ck XV. RAJi.ME,
10 Broad street, bet. College and Market
i - . . "
SPECIFICATIONS AND WORKING DRAW
INGS, made with or without superintendance
Office, at the Maxwell House.
Jons OvKsrojr, J. J. McCajts.
W. IL Fcltox.. K II. Eabt.
ASER0YD & DOBSOK,
N. W. COB. CHURCH AND HIGH ST3.,
JTuslivillp, - t .
nCAKSr ELEVATIONS, SKTIOS!7FUBL-
A uxea ireuui Drawing and speciacation, com
ulete and .u tire, (with or without auixrlntendance.)
for every ,cbu l. Eocintaitictl, Civil arid Domestic
Bg.UUofuonerf - -He
Monuments, Stained lassfand I'olo
' chromatic Decoration.
I. M. AKER0YD
. iitecJ'tiyi sale W
BY VIRTUE OF A FI. FA. TO ME DIRECT
ed and delivered, trora the Circuit Curt of
Davidson county, Tenii., I will expose to public
sale, to ,lhe highest bidder, for cash, atJhe Court
llouio dooria the city of Nashville. On SAT
URDAY, the 22d day of December. l&C. all the
right, title, claim, -interest and estate which
Jason II. Austin has iu the fallowing described
tract or parcel of land, bounded as follow: On
the" north by Wna. U. Hogan's and George Rich
ania . on the west bv Mm Yotinr'a unA IWn.l
Clark's, on the- south !ir J. r.oieheV hetr. on
easily JamerUaltoway and Mtt-'Wrbrht
X39 ACRES, more or less; Lrinr the land
-on which the-said Jasoa H.Auilin. now lives.
levid on as the property of said Austin, to at
bfv laid execution inr nr hand for eollcetlon
sgatntt James H. Charlton. Jasoa H. Austin.
ana 'taoiaas A. itams, in lavor 01 licorze ltlea-
.nl WufcmWll - --
a & E. PATTERSON.'Hhcriff.
Br Jno.II. Bceee. Kncrinl Ilenntv.
deel-td ,,tja a IHtJi
Wholesale and Kcfnil
Comer , Churcli and Cherry Sts..
4 DE.U.SIW KS rr
DYESTUFFS, Etc. Etc Etc
fE ARE NOW INHE0EIPT. OF A LARGE
anil varml atoelr nf PA llnV Cfllirw nf
French. Knfflisb nntl Atneriean mfiniifiililrft enn-
Labia's Extracts. F'ino Soaps,'
Hair, Tooth, and Nail Brushes',
Combs, Toilet Powder.
Pomades of nlmost every variety.
Also, a large stock of Toilet Sets, comprising
twenty-five- different patterns, tho finest assort
ment ever brought to the city.
We have n full stock of Lard Oil, Linseed Oil.
Coal Oil. White Lead and Zincs. Turpentine, and
Window Glass, Xnll 'sires,) Colors in Oil; "which
we aro offering on the most reasonable terras.
Brnndies. Wines, Whiskies, of he pjrest qual
ity for medicinal turposes.
A iuit siocKot Ugarsand lobacco, of the best
Coopers' Sheet and Shred Isinglass, Coxo's Gela
tino Flavoring Extracts, Spices uf air kinds; to
which the attention of housekeepers is at this
lime particularly invited.
ED. WILDER & CO.,
TOBACCOS AND CIGARS,
SIP cs a? 12 Txi' oaa, cs nr s?
"TXrE HAVE KEMOri'.DTOOUR NEW
And Spacious Warehouse, Marble Front.
Nortlt Side of Main Ktrcet,
NEARLY 0PP0SI1E LOUISVILLE HOTEL,
ONE POOtt BELOW T1IK COB.VKtt OK SIXTH.
Whcro wo have opened an entirely now stock of
boods, ami wilu.Ucr to tho trade, together with
DRUGS AND MEDICINES,
A varied assortment ot
D ruggists' Fancy Goods.
IAquors, Cigars, and Tobacco,
Comprising the most complete assortment in
oao house in this country. All of which we
shall offer at manufacturers', and less than mami
factcrcra' prices. manl dlr'
NO. 32 CHUKCir STREET,
TT AS ALWAYS ON HANI) A GOOD AS-
- BRUSHES, -
. GLASS, PUTTY.
and WINDOW SHADES.
HUTCHISON & FLEMING
Are prepared to do House and Sign Painting tn
all branches and in superior style. Paint Shop
vomer uauiv aim i rimers Alleys. no.4-tl
I JIAVE ADMITTED J.H.RUGGL1-S AS A
1 partner in my busincss,ditinir from thu 19th
NASiiviLtr, Nor. Sl.'iww.'
Silver aud Silver Plated .Ware)
NO. 41 TJNIOiY STREET,
MSH7ILLE & DECATUB
Great Central All Bail Eoute
NASHVILLE AND HUNTSVILLE;
MEMPHIS, TifOBILE 'AND
ANI AM. INTERMEOIATE POINTS
rpHE NASHVILLE AND DECATUR RAIL-f
X. roul company lias rami? nrrangcuivnia niiu
tho Memphis and Charleston Railroa-l Company
Uy which paseeiigers go
TliroiiIi f.'3IeiiiiliN without Clinnc
er New Orleans. Ky any otner nuute
1 ' ' " there are Two. "
Sleeping Cars on
all TiislU Trains.
TiiKooou Esrstas Thais Leaves Nnshvillo,
PiW p. x.
Arrives at Decatur at -
Connects with Memphis and Charleston Rail
road for Iluutsrillc Memphis, Mebilo, New
Orleans, and all intermediate points.;
Leaves Decatur at ....-...-....... MS a. v.
Arrives at Nashville at- 11S a. m.
Connects at Nashville with Louisville and
Nashville .Railroad, for aU,points East. North
andiforthwelt and with, evening trainon NkA
Ca&'N-.tN. W. acdEiAK. Kailrta-ls. Ibr
points on those lines.
Freight nml Areominodatlon, 'Dnlly
Except- Suiulnyx.- ; f
Leaves Nashville at . 7:J5 a. m.
Arrives at Decatur at 0:00 r. 11.
ColnmLin Aceoiumodntlon Trnln,
Dally, except Sunday.
Leaves Columbia at 7tl6 a.
Arrives at Nashville at - .10:00 av
Leaves Nashville at ZMr.it
Arrives at Columbia at-r - &15 r.V
' ' Itnsjgnirc -CheclteHl TIirotlKh.
FARE AS LOW AS THE XOWENT.
Fnr Tbrnuffh Tickets and other information.
pleas apply at the office of the Nashville City
Transfer Company. Northeast comer of Summer
and Church streets, ana at tne tsroaa street
nov2) General Superintendent.
FRENCH BURR MILL
MILL SPINDLES, MILL MACHINERY,
of all descriptions; St a. mlEnginei. Saw and
"Hrlst Mills'. Ilouttng Screws. Smut Machine.
Belting and Hotting ciotn. isereen wire, jam
Picks. I'laitr.r of Pari, always os handiand made
nur A ll work sold bv me warranted. I also
contract for tfie erertiouFlouriiis Mills.
orncr-or College anu uroaa sirecia,
1 i.,..ni .-. .
Middle Tennessee Land
Williln Koveii Miles of Xnnlivlllc.
aHR rXDEUSIGXEb OPFKHf' FOR SALE
1 1,000 Acres of the Tract f Land a whieh i
he resides. It is susccptiblo of contettjrnt divi
sion, is exceedingly rich, ami is r-sprclallj'
minptcrl to Gmvstw. One-half of the tract
is now in luxuriant grass, the balance in timber,
which, by the aid of tho Northwestern Railroad,
whieh pa&cs through it. could be sold in Nasb
vllle for more than the whole land would cost.
If you'dcire one f the liit Stock FnruiH
ever offered for salen Davidsou Bounty, apply
at once. I am determined to sell.
I offer, also, a large number of Thomusli
brHt Ntock several fine Stallions from four
to six years old, a few Mare, and a number of
one and two .year old Colts some of thetn iu
nne condition to be trained the next season.
If the Stallions aro not sold soon, they will be
farmed vd favorable terms.
I also oflur for salo a pair of Thorough
bred tiol. IIns well matched and broke to
Harness. V. O. HARDING.
December C 1S6J. tf
The Louisville Courier. Auzu-tn GoastitBtion-
alist. Mobile Advertiser and Register, copy to
theamount.otandjbrwardj)illst3 this uRice.
Gh-eat Clianccry Sale
Gen. W. Barrow's Houses and lots.
TN PURSUANCE OF DECREES OF THE
X Chancery Court in the consolidated eases of
J. II. Kendrick and others r. W. Barrow, I will
cell at public auction, on the- premises, on,
Tlmrxlny. December -7, IISGG,
the three fine dwelling houses on Cherry street,
nt andnc.tr the corner of Gny stroet. These
houses are well built, conveniently located for
business men, and each heuo- contains six good
rooms, besides kitchen, servants' rooms, etc.
ALdU. the thrco small dwelling- nouses in toe
rear of the above, on Gay street. Each of these
uuuse contains six rooiua, auu i nun euiicu ior
a small family.
A LS0, tho vacant property on the corner of
Summer aud Line streets. This property will
neiiiviuea into six tots lour on summer sireci
and two on Line street. Two of the Summer I
street lota front each 55M feet, and ruu back 123 ;
feet. Thoothertwo rront enen X teot. and run
back ITS feet. The lots on Lino street front 23
feet each, and run back 71 feet.
THE TERMS of salo of all this property will
be olio-fourth cash, and the residua on credits
of six, twelve, eighteen and twenty-four months,
with interest from day of sale. Notes required
with personal security, and lien retained. Sale
trcotrom redemption. Jl. u. HUM r.ui.
decu-ld v. x m.
QALE OF REAL ESTATE. ON TnURS
O DAY, THE Lint OF DECEMBER. 1860, 1
will cxnose to nubile sale, on the rjremiscs. a
' TRACT. OF LAND situated on tho Franklin
College and clone s River Turnpike,. 5,54 to b
miles from tho city of Nashville, adjoining the
lands of Dr. John R. W ibon, Mr. J. K. Buchanan,
Sr.. Pres. T. Fanning And E. H. East. Kn. The
tract-contains 132, ACHES, and will bo divided
into lots of 10 acres. Tho whole tract U finely
elevated for building sites. Tho pike runs
through tho center of the tract, and each per
son that purchases a lot can build on the pike,
and will be entitled to the use of one of the best
springs of free-stono water in Tennessee. The
whole tract can bo cultivated. This tract of land
is equal tonny in the neighborhood. This land is
very superior for the potato crop, cotton and
gardening purposes, and will stand the drought
better than river bottoms, it is nearly ail level
land and beautiful.
I will sell on thosaiuo day C3 ACRES, all tim
bered land, and very heavily timbered, in lots
1(1 acres, aitnatn 1 on the Murfrersboro Pike. 7 nr
8 miles from tho city of Nashville, adjoining the
lands of Mrs. Cox, Mr. John Shumate. Harbet
Towns, Esq.. W E. Cartwright. Esq.. and will lc
sold on a credit of one. two, three, four and five
1 will sell tob acres oi Aianu, ana an me siock,
Crons. etc.. and will take in part city property.
on a credit of one to five years. For the balanco
1 would Itko to uavo a small casn payment. A
bavo about 200 acres in bluo grass. The im
provemens are good. There is from three to
four miles of rock fence. Ihero is four to five
hundred acres of Bottom Laud. Possession
given January 1st, 1SC7.
UecO-lw f. A. CAUJ.N KlUlli.
VAIiTJABIjE PROPERTY IX
BY VIRTUE 0E A DECREE OF THEHon
- orable Chancery Court at ColumbTa. Ten
nessee, at the September Term thereof 18C6, tn tho
caso of J. 0. Church vs. James M. Harwell. I
will proceed to sell to the highest bidder at tho
Court-house in the town of Columbia, on Satur
S2tl -aj- of Ieeinlerjnej:t,
That valuable property known as the
Methodist School Property
Situated in the town of Columbia. Mauryeounty,
Tennessee, containing'about seven acrft) of land,
upon which there is a
,5. p T N Q Q BUILDING,
And other improvements, will suited for School
purposes: and the same will be sold on a credit of
one, two and thrcoycars, with interest from date.
Except, the sum of SG 0 in cash. Tho purchaser
'roquiredtto cxecuto note with approved security
and a lien retained for the purchase money, and
will be sold free from right of redemption,
noll-td J. L. WILLIAMS. C. and M.
REAL E S
WILL BE SOLD TO THE HIGHEST BID
DER upon the premises, on
Satnrtlay, December 15, 1800,
That valuable Tract ef Land on whieh. the late
Nelson Lavender" rosided, Jltuatwl on the head
waters of Rutherford's creek, near the village of
Twelfth Civil District, Williamson county, Ten
nessee, containing about
bout one-half in cultivatioa.th other half well
timbered; a good frame Dwelling Ilhasc tml all
necessary out-houses: nine never-failing springs,
both free and limestone water. This is nne of the
most desirable farms in Middle Tennessee, and if
well worthy the attention'of those wishing a good
and healthy home.
Terms., one-third each in, three, annual pay
ments, fronr April 1st, ISfiT, notes with two ap
proved securities, bearing interest at 6 per cent,
per anutn. and a lean retained until tho purchase
money is paid. Possession given the 1st January
next. W. D. LAVEN DKR.
Thompson's Station, Tennessee.
SX.3I.icir. E. K. Daivr.a. A. It. BaoMv
MACEY, DRIVER & BROWiY,
Hard wai e and f ut'ery.
GU3I ASI) LEATHER RELTIXf?,
Mill Materials Generally,
Xo. 32 lYpst.Sldc Public Square.
Gms ! Guns !
THE SPECIAL ATrENTIOS or THOSE IS
Pine Bird Guns, r .
Deer Gun, and
Small-bore Squirrel Guns,
t Invited to our itock, which we ar now receiving
t .1.. . .. .. r...... . I .. w I., i -.1 ':
lin. . . . jmh. .... .... A u ..K eli H.B -
porUtionArou!itIagotauturBwd by thdflUrwinj
fii.er? ' - ' '
iC. W. GBEENEB,
asd other good aiaker. Havieg a Urg itock ef th
abova Iu ture, w will oBer itra iDdacjnMat U
t hoe deslrlng'to pnrcha. . i i .
3LACEY, DRIVER & BROWN,
No. Ot Wt Sid rnUlc Square.
oio. n. a cm. w. it. chadsocex, j,
. - i
BMDs CHADBOTTEBT & CO..
. . c . t . ... -
ISaeeessors to Freneb A Co)
Cotton and Tobacco Factor,
General OonmuBsion Merchants,
Corner of Clarke asd Front Street, .
eWy- i - 'NASnVILEE, TBNK
J .ttt,4K .
Saturday, December 8, 18CG
M.' M. MONOHAN'S -LOTS,
O OLI.U STItKKT.
J P. Mi'lotfai ilMherv-. ,PM. MintMn.
T.V PUnSt'ASCK V A DltCRKK OF TUB
Cltanwry CMut la tbta eaitee, I wtll sett at the
0.rt Ilenwat KatKH4, on '
SA " UltDAY, DKCRMBER 8, 186C. .
lt. Tlie Lot ca Coflege street, between locust
treet ami the property of tho Laul ville & Na.hvMle
Railroad Co.. froHtiog 80 fret on College tnr, and
rui.niug back towards Market itreet IU feet and
4K iselie. This f known a the Carriage Shcp
Lot. It wtll be sat-diTlded to suit purchasers.
31. The Lot on the west lds of College trret,
opposite the above, on which was II. St. SlonohanV
rrddeocc. fronting t fretou College street, asd ind
uing tack the whole deptb of City Let No. 35.
TERMS OF SALE Credit of six, twelve, eigh
teen anil twesty-fbar months, with Intereit freia
day of sale. Notes required with approved security,
and Ilea retained. Sal free from redemption.
, ltn-Bcll Houston v.. Wm. J. Fry and othet
TX rUUSTJAXOF. OF A DKORKK OF Tilt
a Chancery Court la this cause, I will sell at the
Court IIoum in Kashville, on
Saturday, decembeh s. im.
A Lot in Kihrefleh!. frnnUnff 56 feet on a (treet that
iiealetweeu Foster and Spring trcet,and running
Lack about 210 tfet to an alley, being the saai oa
which a frame school house was formerly built. '
TERMS OF SALE Six meutbs' credit. Note
required with god personal (ecnrlty, with Interest
from date of sale, te free from the rlghtf ef re
Wniptton. . I'. HOWELL, O. and M.
David Grant rt aK vr. Tho Heirs of Ztch.
IN ri'ItSUANOE OF DEGREE OF THE
1 CbaBCry Court at Clarksville in theaVove pnwl
cane, 1 w1
m sell at the Court lleuse at 'livBle, oi
DECEMlUIt 8. 1SCC.
Tints Nos. 3S aud 3t"tH tNe Mcftehee plan of 1st i
south Nashville, ravli frootlug atiout 40 ft-rt on tKu
rant .kle of Cell -ex .treet. south of Centre trtt.
an t runninr baek toward Market drat to a '
TGKMS OF SALH Five-percent. eash, and lte
residue on credit of oue aud two year. JwtM re
iiulred with approved security, and a lien retained.
Y.T. S1IAUKHLFORD, .
sovlT-td Clerk and Muter. ,
II. S Itftmin, Ailm'r, ta. P. P. Hart
custle anil otherg.
TCCSUANCB OF A DECREE OF
1 Chanccrr Ceurt In this ease. I will sell at
Court Ilouie at Nashville, ou
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 8, l&GG,
Lot No. 1 in the plan of tho HcQehee Lot, frontlnfc
lit feet on College street, and ruantng through to
Market trcct, 21 feet, being the same lot on whieh
Mra.Wlnnirrod W hit wrmeriy reehieo.
The property will be divided into lots fronting pi
College and on Market (treet, and ofaneh dlmeif.
Ion tn unit rarchaer. '
TERMS OF SALE Credits of lx, twelve, eigh
teen and twenty-four months, with interest from
day of sale. Note required with approved security.
and Hen re Earned. Bale, free trora miempiion.
norlT-td M. B. HOWELL, C and M.
We-ley Greealleld vu. E D. Pajne and
IN PURSUANCE OF A DECREE OF THE
Chancery Court at Nashville In tho above named
cause, I will lull at the Court House at NwhviHe, on
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 8, lbCG,
A Tract of Land on the Ruena Vista Tnrnplke road,
rontatnl sit IPX acres, bounded and described a fol
low: resinning at a slata In the centra of tlm
Utietia. YUta Turnpike road, I. F.fccott uorthwjt
com. r: tlieuee with hi Hue north 7Hi degrve.
east SO 14-1IKI poles, to a stake. Lee's corner ; tlie nee
north 17 degree, west 8MW pole, lo a taxe,
McCavock k Thotua : thence south 7171 degree.
wet 0 40-100 Doles, to a stake In tho centra of the
Huena Ylta Turnpike road; and thence along the
centre of aald road south lt! degree, eat 3630-100
-poles, to tba beginning.
TERMS Six and twelve month' credit, with In
terest from date. Note required wtlb. approved
nenwDal security, and lien retained, bale tree irom
novl7-td M. B. UOWKLL. C. and M.
Saturday, December 15, 1866.
John B. Johnson vs. Samuel R. Morgan and
1 N PURSUANCE! OF A DECREE OF THE
JL Chancery Court at Nashvlllo in the above
named, cause, I will Sell, at the Court House, at
Sntiirtlny, December 1.1th. 1HBO,
No. 1. Tho undivided half of Lot No. 76. m
the MoNairy WesllN'ashville property, said lot
fronting 50 feet on Metlavoekstreet. and running
back IHU feet, to a lft foot allev.
No. Z Tract of 4 acres and 30 poles, convey od
to R. Morean bv W. U. Howell.
N. 3. Tract ofo acres and ISO poles, conveyed
to s. it. .Morgan by i. it. ltay.
XKEMsurSALE: Sixnnd twelve months ereilit
with interest from ilav of sale. Notes renuired
with approved security, and Hen retained. Sale
free from redemption.
MORTON B.HOWELL. C. and-M.
William II. Harlan! and others vsQitharine
Haslata and othcrn.
TN PURSUANCE OF DECREE 0FCHANy-
X eery CourtatAasbviIletnabuve nameii caiue
1 will sell, at tho Court House, at Nashville, on
Sntiirtlny, December 13th, ISCO,
Lot No.00. fn Balch A Whiteside' Addition to
Nashville, lying on Hamilton street, and running
from JlcLeiuore to spruce street.
Tcaaa or Sale: One. two and threelyear
credit, with interest from day of sale. Notas re
quired, with approved security, andIen retainoL
fcalo Jrco Irom retiemptlon.
MORTON 11. HOWELL. CandM.
M. S. Allen, Er., vf Mary E. Young and
TN IPURSUAN0E OF DECREE OF .THE
X Chancery Court in above caso, Iwillsell. at
the Court House, at Nashville, on
Snturilny, December 13th, 1800,
I jA tract of 7J re, near the Nolensr ille Turn-
E ike. on the road, leading to Mill Creek Chureh,
aving upon it a neat frame house with four
rooms, besides all needed stables, nut-bouses, eta
IZTbis placo j about two and a half miles' Irani
the Square and is just tho thing furasmair.family
woo wun to live ouloi mo city.
Tritus ni'St.r: Crellts ofsix. twelve, elsht
ecn and twenty-four months, with interest from
date. Notes requh-eu, with personal security, and
Hon retained, sale tree irom rniemotlon.
MORTON B. HO WELE. CandM.
vs. Dennis Connor and
TN PURSUANCE OF A DECREE QF Till
JL Chancery Court in above cote, I will dl, at
Ilia (mrt Hanie at XhrtllA nn "
Snturtcny, December I5th, tsoil.
The following two loto in North Nashville, te
1st. Commencing at the Northeast erne-r(f
Uellrilleand a street S3 feet wide, running im
feet N ortb, to un alley 10 feet wide, safd alley be
ing 119 feet south of (.ay street; thence atright
angles iiu leer to a siaKe; iuec at rigui aogiM
lo the street aforesaid: thenee at right angles 38
feet to the besinning on UcllvIIIe street.
2d. A lot fronting 3J feet os. Bellville street.
adjacent to the above, and running back 110 feet
to an alley.
T RKK or-SAiw Six and twelve months' credit
with interest from dayofsnle. Note reouired
with approvtd security, aud alien retained. Sale
free from retteraotion.
MOIWON B. HOWELL. 0. ami M.
City Property and Farms
TWO FINE BRICK DWELLINGS ON
Cherry street, between Spring and Brood.
Also, a fine dwelling and lot, corner of 5pruee
and Jletlaroek streets free territory. Afe. the
elegant rasidenec of tho late. Dr. John M. Wat
son, on MeLomoro street, just outside ef C'rio
ration. Also, a nutaNer of building lots in city
and tho varisus additions to Nashville. Also, a
number of farms of various liies is Davidson.
Maury, Pumner. Williamson, Wilson, and other
counties in Tennessee, Also, a uiagnifteent farm
with good improvements, nf from lSO to 1.4U0
acres, in Tnsi eDntr, MUs. -on ef the beat
cotton farms and the highest points on the Mis
sissippi river. J. L. A K. W. BROWN,
notu-zw Real Estate Agents, K VoWn tt.
H0BEET I. CAEU1EEBS, JE.,
HAS PERMANENTLY SETTLHD IN NASH
VILLK. wberoha will purine the practlee
of the Law in all the Courts of the city. Office on
College street, over the Bank of the UnMn,
adjemlng-ths office of CAarrngss Jc CVxirra.
DOCTOlt JOSEPH JOXES,
(LATE OF ACCUITA, CIOBCU.)
EEfiFECTFULLY OFFERS HIS TR0FES
rional services to the eitirenJofNashvUle.
OSes at his residence No, 7 North Vina stmt,
CoKJtsx Cxdab Srsasr akd Pnatic Sqcaks.
la prepared, to exocute PHOTOURAPH3 of every
description. Special attention paid to jopying
Photegraphi of dectaied soldiers.
COItlVECTION OF CLAIMS
ACAissr the oovEiii.iinBsr.
hERSOXS nAVTKO CLAIMS' TOB COTTOST,
X Uones.VTewt Lumbar. Ires er U.tchaoaia.
laack or purcnaaediiy to United Stale and not paid
for alw clerks, mechanics and (borer who bar
lildti reeaive-cotBpeutatlbn for ervf?rndrTd
naahl do well V) call ou u at oar oiSce, "
-29 Vhrrrr Street.
' 1 i f IlOWAflU' St IVELSOV. -
icevUhatp , - Attorn; and OlaJn Aetata
Under the new charter, h aw aieu 'r h i
AT NO. 31 NORTH
m r 't
Next door to osarr efHtwnrfi
JrtNKl'H W. ,ArEM,i,re4?rW..
A. XV. Iltm.HR, Sccrejlwii
HIKHOWIRS. . .
John M. IIIH. Watson M. k.
Samuel anloer. John Ar.Tre.
R. B. Cheatham. A. 0. Adaji t.
Joeepn Ar. AtW.
Joseph 0. Eye,
INB U RAN A'NO E
GB. r:RL C0LLECTLGk AGENT,
0ee. Mrtin iJafa!. KT 8We .paUU
Ma, l euaa
Tf PREPARED TO MAKE ADVASCKS
X Ctrl ton and Ship to the moet retiahla Ounm
jwfl Hottses fa Seir York. ClneiotMti JJewi-r
leans, nml NashvHIe. Orders for CWTTON or
other l'rodjiea will receive prompt attealioH.
.oiirvuon maue, ami unweoii remitted
promptly JWEPITC. Rh
Important to Travelers and Shippers
I.OCISYIIXE AXB Til E EAST
A. T Xj A. 1ST Ti O
GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY
Is now in fall and sueeeesul opn- Mn
From, CTftfinrJeh la iW Yvrl Jftn-km, Avr
And is .the oaty direct route to teic
Oil llcsions or Pcnnsjlvanln.
ConncetisBS are uU with
Jcffersonville and Ohio and Mississippi KaUrox'
via .Seymour. JeSereearilU sod Indiaiiplis ami
Col. ltraitroad. vlaUrboiM: LonisrHle and I .ex
ington and Kentucky Central Railroad, via l iu
cinnatt ; U. 5. Mau Lin Steamer via CTaetaaatt.
Two nirontrli Trniuit Ilnlly.
.Passengers by the Broad tiae KaJlwy eeur
wide and commrtable cam, quick tiara, awl aura
Throurh Tickets and Bamge Checks, eon be.
Procured atalt the principal Railroad and Meaui
oat officers iu Louisville aal the South.
II. MrLtRKN'.tlmlfittp t.
E. KFULLBR, (Wt Traket Agent.
I. D.Cei,K, Pawesger Agaut, ) K.afFurtb street
Wy.CObtKB, Freight Ag'at. Luulavllle. Ky.
V A LU A I E I A X 1) N
T?IVE IIVNDRF.D ACRRH. I.YINU
JL3 on Duet river, in HteksMn eoantyi Tenne -eee,
about One lluudrod aai Xweut-five acres
cleared, bolanea well tfmbered. The Whore ad
mirably adopted to the sulture of Cotton (fcrn. tr.
1200 Aerc, Finely Timbered, Tesnessea
bottom Laads, abtrut twenty mil) above John
sonvillc. Apply te, or addre
novSe lm Nashville. Teoaessee.
THE UNDBRSIGNKD HAVK QUALIFIED
as Executors of the laM Will and Testament
of William B. Lswm. dweasoil. All persons in
debted to said estate are reieted to make pay.
mtnt to them, and all those having elaims against
the some wilt present them for payment.
U. M. FOGG.
A. V. S. LIN DS LEY.
Rxecuten of Wm. B. Lewis, deceased,
First clas Note Paper at f3 60 per ream.
Firt class Letter Paper, at 34 taper ream.
First el ass Foolieap Paper, at $1 w pw ream.
First elasa Legal Cap Paper. atW (M per ream.
Freaeh Note Paper.in Jtf ream. hexes. 51 pe
ream. WM. UAMetLK A CO
neva-;tf ,Chenry street
Aft finn SLATS rSNtJILS, wooden
4IU,UUU bexes. at eent per KT.
Beat French eepylaglnlr. fporrttej it nLbot.
Best French cop) Ing Ink. purple, at 75 pt. hot.
Itiut ltt.olr Tntr n t fl. t.f k
Arnold's Inks, qlr, pis, Soi. tot, am) 3ks.
ua.uui,k x cu..
I"" ENVELOPES, at Mnauketurers Priees. tram
ll pertation ooly added, a Wge Meek or all
site and qualitie.
WM. GAMBLE A CO
nov-tf CtHege street
MHIK LARGEST STOCK OF HLANK BOOKS
1 In tho city. Medtiel fceek. and aft kinds ot
Ktatlanery, atlpriees lewerthftn any oil,tei.tat
coU . WM. GA.MHI.K A COT
nev3-lf J Cbwry street.
6) doz.,Calf FoeketJebekAial; 3ftwer d(.
M dez. Mere Poeket Beeli at H per dee.
X dex. Moreeo Peeket Bwke, ittu per d. t
480 Photograph AeWowv lpleturat Vseeots.
as grosa JisterbKMtk'a Steel Pww.ut TSc. pr. gro.
WM. OAMBLK A CO.
nov3)-tf 2 Cherry treet.
'PHRSPLKXpID PJtOPURTt ONTKNNW
1 PEE RIVBK. known a tlie
Lonjc Islantl l'lantation.
eontalfiing SIN HINDKF.D AND FORTY
A Cft EH. ef which about two hamlred aeres are
elenreil an4 In (trltivation, fbnr hundred acres
are on the island in the Tennortue river, over
nhieh the NaahviUe awl Chattaneoisa. Kaitroat
passes. About sixty acre areon th uerth axle
nf the river, and lne!ttditi? some ofthelHrrt hellJ
log sH lo the tewH ef JtrWeepert. The roil in of
tka very riefce (juaeHy mt river lMoia lnuti. ml
will preduee in great abunUnce. CeUen, Grain
and Gnu. This irerty jitHt ittnuatly become
ef great value. Jt wMi be etd for Oastt. oroa
aeeHiacaodeiicig teme. Fr further intoruiatioB,
I'ldy t. ,
Keel Mrtete AireHM.Nsahvill .
Tennessee. Ioh11 if
w. . LlVXXIHtt.
w.g.Hi a kg,
ef Alab ' a.
Bace, Laveadar & Harper.
Cotton ' and Tobacco Factors.
No. SO t'nloii Street,
SBW OUL1UN.S, L.1
Ha permanently bxtatod at
SO. IS NORTH CIIEKRT" STKKiT.
He hss Jut receiTed from New York eee ef
net STOCKS OF GOODS ever brought t the
jcw.xtwj. . . cwrtMear.
Lewis, Couiiiigore & West,
xo si rxitniDo stkuxt.
' ' " 5fW ont.s ts.
t 1 1 a
fK- ' " - fiM, f It S. , c . . Winn" TOfUtl 3
-l - -.1 ! tril.r'"' ' ' ' - tCt
. ' a '.. I . . ll "ftfi
tot itiolu 4X" '