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fIMHE CITY 1
I'uesoxau Geo. A Voa Shrador, of
Ma;. Gen. Thomas' staff, wa in Ihc city
yerxerdav. He is on a tour of inspection
tbraugh tie Department.
Police Co'bkt. There was ' a -email
&xskt at tktn institution yesterday. Ayv
drunks and disorderlies comprised the liA.
.Ntrrjssos of interest or Importitiei. '
Fibs iNjAfnCbrrA. A Sins which oc
rwrre ar Al ma, Ua., MHMlay morning.
destroyer! Mreral business howe on Peach
Tree-re,. amongt them the -grocery
s4ro. di Jrhaai &. Wanda a hrancho
the firm H that name in litis citv.
IARcasv of a Whip. A negro named
Jerry Jerriatt was brought boforc 'Sguire
ilkinwn yesterday, on the obarge of nav
ing stolen a wiitp lrom a liaak on Uedar
street. In de&ult of bail; the delinquent
was sent to jail to appear at the Onnimnl
A WATon Tiiibp. A negro named An
drew Wallace wis arretted yeMcrday and
brought before 'Squire Wilkinson, charged
with having stolen .a watch valued at $tG.
He was Rent to jail in default of $1,000 bail,
for a further examination, before 'Squire
ilkinson next Wednesday.
The Effect of a Rumoe. The rumor
ooneerning the ochool fund havihg been
hypothecated and lout, which got abroad in
the streets yesterday, made a great utir
among holder of State Bank money. Large
Burns changed hand in the apace of a couple
of hours. One man sold $40,000.
Tnr. Fuhk Lcttkji Demveuy System.
There are seven letter carriers, who de
livered during the mrnitli of November let
ter as follows :
Matt Lottert - 2V
Local Letter!" - IffjH
Newspapers - .''
Letter Oefflerted 1S.W1
Criminal Coukt. The court U still
engaged in the trial of Henry Allen for the
murder of policeman Jack Kennally. A
line array of legal Skill is engaged in this
trial, and it will doubtless oonwrne a day ! 3","" re nneeu wi a m
or two more. Tianded outrage, but -whether they
bat are fully insured -fram loss. A build
ing occupied as a salorjrf and billiard room
was also consumed. Loa unknown. Three
or four frame building were torn jlown te
keep the fire from spreading, and which
proved ferUieately successful. The resi
dence of Dr. Towfer was 'saved br great
The loss sustained by this most disas-troaa.-fire
we are unable to state, definitely,
lAt'it wlirprbbably reachi High as'ohfe
The caramity'hastl frown a shade of
gloom orer the community of that quiet
and lively town. The iten havfe onr
finoerr and heart-Telt syiajlhies.
ANOTHER TRAXBLATHSf OF HOMER.
Prof. Blackie, flree Professor in Edin
burgh University. Has published a transla
tion of Homer. He has endeavored therein
to imitate the Homeric sound and rhrme.
One tamiliir line is thus rendered:
Mat silent west to the billowy Set&h ef the Vast
And-nother is rendered (hits:
With heavy wand "be haste tha grennd, and his
, .apoor rattled p er bin;.
Sfntjif Ihe death of WsLMure. of Cald
well, HroL Blackie has been accounted the
most accurate of Greek and Homeric schol
W,e clip tlie above notice of the brother
of our friend Professor Blackie. of this city,
from the New Orleans Pieayunt, and ate
glad to learn that the eminent translator of
Aexbylus is still by his guns
Heavy Itobbory 82.230 Taken from a
Ifonae bv Annnl Tin fTlnutt
Jpn piiiirday a inan named Reuben
Sand ford, who resides in the vicinity of the
village of Nolensville, fifteen miles from
this city, wax robbed of two thousand two
hundred and fifty dollars, five hundred of
which was" in gold. Mr. Sandford has
been living some time with his father's
family, in whose house the money was de
posited. On Saturday last, while Mr. Sand-
ford and his three brothers were absent on
a 'possum 'hrint. loveral miles from the
dwelling, three armed ruffians came to the
house, ond while one of them kept guard at
tne tioor. tne oilier entered the house, and
threatening to kill the old gentleman and
We call atientien to tho following adver
tisements, which appear in this morning's
paper for the find, time. The reader is
referred to them in another column:
A large sale of town lots in the thriving
town of Tullahoma.
A fine farm on the Richland pike by
Win. Henry Smith a moft desirable place
at reasonable rates.
A Iaree stock of foreign and domestic
dry goockvby Louis & Co., Jiortb. Market
street, to close out stock.
Four tracts of land in Hickman county,
by orders in Chancery.
A fine store-house tor rent on Church
near Vine. .
Notic5o toltacco planters by Hugh
' Two large store-houses on College sjregt,
near Broad, for rent, lease or sale. "'Nel
son & Co., ami J. L. & R. W- Brown,
on the Brick Church and
Gallatin pikes for sale by J. L. & R. W.
Ladies furs at Green & Greens, 4 U1
Dancing Academy under charge of Prof.
Pratt, opposite the Maxwell House, Cherry
Chancery notice from Clerk andMaster at
Livingston, Overton county.
Couaitg, Hoaesknkss, and the various
throat affections to which public speakers,
military officers and singers are liable, re
lieved by "llrowns .Bronchial Jrochea,"
Having a direct influence to the affected
parts, they allay pulmonary irritation. The j
e .1 r ,. 1 . . f j.
iroeuom lruiu an iieieienuus ingreuiems
makes the Troche a safe remedy for the
most delicate female, or youngest child,
and has caused them to be held in the
highest esteem by those who use them.
Prof. - Pratt's Danelnv School.- oppo
site the Maxwell Home, Cherry street. This
place of resort ba.1 become a standard and iuc-
cettfal Institution for thoroueh knowledge of
the caleitheatc art. It is not for the dancing
taught that makes this place successful, but for j
it eompleto knowledge of the exercises and
various movements brought Into requisition'
gained by the pupil. As for teaching of dancing
HATS AND 'CAPS!
Trunks,! VulisesnBags, Klc,
2H Cherry Strett.
nuilr to orJ-r an.1' warrant!
. i . A ' i
WATERFIELs) & .WALKER,
26 Public Square.
HATS AMD CAPS
Of erery DMigDVil.irflBj tJualllj'.'fur
W aa f iillivij new Aiii'priuipbU tvU or
LADIES AND MISSES' FURS.
Hi WALK Hit.
BAGGING ! BAGGING !
yrrE have a
hisTrife, the only Occupants at the time, if everything pertalnimr to Its parts. Mr. Pratt
iiiuv aiieiuuLeu anv jniPTiprpn, m n n p u i i v ...mm..w
the house, and getting possession of the
money Jeit with all haste. It is pretty well
known who were connected, with this'high-
Untuck)- ( Bnhis,
AT'S7i CENTS "PER" TAKD.
Four oastM af simple trenspaos wire dis-
We ftated in our account of the fire, pub- i
tuimi Duimaj ineniing, inai. u was a long
time liefore the engines could get into
operation for the want of water. We did
not wish to convey the idea that there was
a I act of water In the reservoir, the suppl v
there was ample. Wc referred to the de
lay in getting the fire plug open, and the
streams flowing. Hie water had to be
brought from quite n distance, and,
through some, doubtless imavoulale, m re
hap tlie engines were not in operation as
soon as could have been doBireU.
Important Railroad Akkanoemkxt.
Tlie telegraphic Washington correspond
ent of the Oinsinnati Enquirer, dating on .1
tho 7th says:
"The President of tin various railroad
line from Washington to New Orleans, via
iiynchburg, Chattanooga anil Urand Junc
tion, have met in this city nnd jierfccted a
schedule which shortens the time from
New York to New Orleans nearly two
hours. The government Southern mail
will he ordered upon the line at once. The
mi nuiit-iiuir (xinimenoes on rriuay next.
After the, first of Jan wiry there "will be two
irairw naiiyover the lines.
Wk learn that our fellow-townsman. Col
J. W. Paramere, of tho firm of Paramore'
Sowers & Oe., United States Claim Agents''
returned yesterday lrom Washington Uity
where he has been for several months post
attending to tho collection of a largo
amount of claims in their hands, in which
he has been very successful. The Colonel
will return to Washington City soon after
the holidays, and those having claims
against the government will do well to
place thorn in the care of tho above firm.
Capt. t rank Sowers will attend to the du
ties of the office at 26 North Cherry street.
darkigtheTibacnoe of the Colonel. Jive
them a call.
brought to iiatice or not is uncertain.
Mr. Sangford and his brothers were in
duced to o out on tho snortin? exoedition
by a man who is suspected of being con-,
nected with tlie gang who perpetrated the
Officers of Knights THMPLAns. We
give below a list of officers of Grand Cora
mandery of Knights Templars elected for
the ensuingyear :
Sir John McClelland, of Nashville, G.
Sir Wm. Maxwell, of Newbern, Deputy
Sir J. JL Gilbert, of McKeniie, G. Gen
Sir James L. Strickland, of Camden, G.
Sir Rev. Wm. J. Mnhan, of Dyersburg,
Sir George L. Porter, of Brownsville.
Senior G. Warden.
Sir Win. E. McNeil, of Lavinia. Junior
u. Warden. .
Sir W. If. Horn, of Nashville, G. Treas
Sir Charles A. Ruller. of Nashville. G.
Sir David Cook, of Lebanon. G. Standard
Sir John Zent. of Menmhix. (..."Sword
Sir Robert F. rEvans. of Shelbvville. G.
Sir George Sieferle. of Nashville. G.
Audacious Rodbeby. Capt. McComas,
of tho steamer Dora, brings information of
a daring robbery perpetrated last week,
near Rock Castle, some fifty miles helow on
the Cumberland. Three armed meu, in
open daylight, came into the store of Mr.
Smith, near that place, and threatened him
t.i . . .1 .... . . .
wiiu lnsiani aeaui it ne made any resist
ance, tobbed the drawer of over $500, ami
helped themselves to some $00 worth of
clothing. They then placed the merchant
in a akiu, tooK nun down tlie river a few
miles and gave him his liberty. Much ex
citement exist in the vicinity, and armed
parties are making a diligent hunt for the
T T . n . . ,.
itiflMK in uuov r.AllNDiT. the
weather clerk suddenly camo to his senses
on Sunday night, and remembering that
it was winter, gave in ajouch of the genu
ine old Boreal .regions. Tlie temperature
fell rapidly during the evening, and yester
day morning there was ice on sheltered wa
ter almost thick enough for skatinennr-
poees. Tho sky was cloudless throughout
uie enuro uajyesieruay, ana tue wind, a
portion of the time,blewaperfect hurricane.
Pedestrians hurried along tlie lee sides of
tne streets with great coats on and-thick
shawls, while red faces, violet colored noses
and ws Wry eyes proclaimed most omnhati-
cally the keenness of the air. Should the
weather continue at the present tempera
ture, a saow-Moria would he no strange
imng. new 1
Obtaini-vq Money Under Faik Pre
tences. A negro named Jerry Johnson
was brought before'Sqttire Wilkinsou yes-
terday on the charge of having stolen
about oighteen dollars from a colored woman.
Johnson, it appears, claims to be a dectoi
of great powers, capahle, in fact, of work
ing wonders. He pretended to the negro
woman in question that he could cure her
of the phthisic for three dollars. The pa
tient tendered tlie physician the reuuired
fee, wherenpan Johnson proceeded to drive
a turn into the wall and to Imllanre another
nail upon iL assurine- the snflerinir woman
that she would be well in a dav or two at
most. Jerry, it Beenw, is light-lingered,
and while in the woman's house succeeded
in getting about eighteen dollars lu mouer.
which the woman had laid up from her
earnings as a laundress. For professing to
he able to cure the phthisic and for taking
the woman's menev, Johnson was liountl
over to tbo Criminal Court in the sum of
five hundred dollars. Not having that
amount of security at command, the doctor
was sent to jail.
Drendtal I'lrc at CotninMn.
On Saturday night, about half port ten,
a fire broke out mi the public sijHare at Oo-
Iutnbia, which burned a niintoer of large
business lionse, involving very serious lo,
ami for a time threatened rite destruction of
almost the entire town. The streete were
thronged with peeple working with energy
to save prierty, hut, owing to the want of
proper fire apparatus and water, their effort
were unavailing in arresting tins flames un
til some eight or nine buildings were con
sumed, ' 4
The oaWic square and streets adjacent
were filled with goods saved from the
stores, but a large proportion was dam
rged. A great deal of property was pil
fered and stolen by gangs of remorseless
thieves w)u took advantage ef the unfor
tunate conflagration to plunder and rob.
It is supposed that the fire originated in
the store of J. M. Huston, Emi., cither from
tlie fireplace or from the cellar. It is re
ported that the cellar referred to has been
previously entered on jwo occasions by un
known parties Ar the Htrpose of thefli. It
may have lecn broken into again on Satur
day night, and materiel which it contained
set on fire, either jHH-'ely or accidentally
Mr. HiMton's storeaud stock were entirely
consumed. Ifi loss, we learn, is partly
co re red by insurance U Louisville. The
building occupied by ihe Memu. Williams
as a drugstore, was ahu hnnied los partly
covered. lv insurance Hersteiu & Bra
drygoodrf anA clothing merchants, saved
Eart of Tih'eir stock; they will, however, lost
eavily by damage and theft. Meson,
Bunch & Aiken saved part of thejr stoat,
TiikHanlons. ThcHanlpus gave their.
initial entertainment last night at Masonic
Hall to a crowded and enthusiastic house.
We have seen the performances of the
Brothers before, but, we must say, they
seem actually to improve. They hate
added several new feats since the time
when we first watched them in breathless
wonder and suspense. We never saw any
thing approaching the "flying" feats of
tne iianion in coolness, dating, and grace.
The flying feat cannot be described to con
vey a proper notion of its darnng. It is
tho most thrilling acrobatic exhibition we
ever witnessed. To be sure it is only climb
ing a rope, and swinging on ladders sus
pended by yourcet, and then leaping from
the arms of-one man, to another fifteen or
twenty feet distant a feat easily imagined,
out to ao the thing itself I To see it done
is quite enough for ordinary nerves. If
tucro is a fall it is a matter of broken bones
at the beet. It ought to be seen, once at
least, that you may comprehend the extent
to which physical training may be carried.
Utiier teats ol the ilanlons requiring grace,
agility, coolness, courage, and great strength
are vory admirable their tumbling, pos
turing, climbing up three men high, and
climbing down again, etc., etc. Go and see
and you will enioy : The tight roDe danc
ing by Signorita Roaita ivos unusually cx
ce.'Ient, and the wonderfully well-trained
dogj and 'monkeys of Professor "Tanner
nflorded capital entertainment. The per
formance closed with the " Shadow Panto
mime" one of the most curious and amus
ine exhibitions we havu ever seen. To
those who have little folks we my let them,
by all means, see "Professor Tanner's dogs.
And by the bye, we ought to odd, that one
oi the jeatvr of the entertainment is tho
remarkable juggling of Mods. Agoust
who is n marvel in his way. The Ilanlons
give their second entertaiilmeut this even
ing. Den't fail to see them.
School, for new beginners, meets every Monday,
it edntsaay and Saturday nlghti. We would re
mark to those whom it eoneeraito commence
immediately, as no better opportunity ever will
be offered. deoll-St
Indies Fura IN ALL QUALITIES :
GENTS' FUR CAPS. QL0VES AND COL-1
LARS. AND ROBES. ARE SELLING AT
QREEN Jc GREEN'S TO-DAY WITH A RUSH
AND AT MORE REASONABLE PRICES
THAN AT ANY OTHER PLACE IN TOWN.
GIVE THEM A CALL, LADIES AND GEN
TLEMEN. AT 4S COLLEGE STREET.
A Corner Store to Let. One of th
best locations in the city. Inqaira nt O. Rice k
Co.'s, US College street. Possession given Imme
Auction Sale of Cattle, irostt. Grain.
K(c. OnTHURSDAY, the 13th inst.. will be
sold, at the residence of Skelton Deinoss, thir
teen mile from Nashville, on the Harding Pike.
(St public sale, a fine lot of Mules, Howes, in
cluding one fine Washington Stallion.l Cnlrle
Hogs, Corn and Oats. Terms made !known on
day of sale. Mossa E. Catok.
Nollre. All persons Indebted to the estate i
of iv .Greenfield, deceased, will find their claims
in the bands of Judge Jas. Whitworth. who i
directed, unless arranged previous to 1st Jan
uary, in Dnngsuit on them all. Ho will also
represent rue during my absence from the city in
any business conneeted with the estate.
dec9-lw fB.l so. A. Allien-. A.lmV.
Why Delay purchasing your Coal until you
ore entirely ont and the weather biting cold,
when Knight Bros., No. 49 Church street. ar
senior Uieirehoice Round Coal at ONLY 50 OO
PER LOAD, deliver! in any pnrt of the rity.
Tlie Ilent Blacksmith Coal in the citv
for sale by Knight Bros, at Twenty Cents per
bushel- Also packed in hogsheads ready for
shipment in a moment's notice. dec3
Inscription beautifully stamped in gold
on Holiday Books, by Marshall & Bruce. 23
Deadorick street. decS-lw
Yellow Pine Flooring, allow prices, cor
ner of CrnwlbrdandNorth Summer sts. Itf
Nonsoned Poimlar Lumber, comer n
Crawford and North Summer streets ftf
Building: Lumber of all kinds, corner vi
Crawford and North Summer streets. ftf
Ccdai Posts and Fencing: Lumber,
cornerof Crawford and North Summer streets.
While .Pine Flooring- manufactured by
Knight Bro.8, on Rolling-Mill Hill, for sale at
reduced prices. Office, No. 43 Church street.
Just Itccclved, a large assortment of Ladies
Dress Purs and Hats at Lisde ArBaos,
nhvl-2m 41 North College street.
Mr. J. Scatterirood, of Richmond, Va.,
now nt fl. B. Abbott's, No. 32 College street. He
has recently been employed in some of the lead
Ing tailoring establishments in the Northern
cities, and comes highly recommended as a first
rata cutter. decl-lOt
A Sure Pile Cure. Do. Gilbkot's Pils
Instoomekt positively cores the worst coses of
plies. Sent by moil on receipt of St. Circulars
free. Sold by Druggists. Agents wanted every
where. Address J. B. RoMilxr. Manager, No.
57& Broadway. New York. (.novlT 3m
To Consumptive. The Advertiser, hav
ing been restored to health In a few weeks, by a
very simple remedy, after having suffered several
years with a levero lung- affection, and that
dread disease, Consumption it anxious to make
known to his fellow -sufferers the means of cure.
To all who desire It, he will send a copy of tha j
prescription used, (free of charge), nith the di
rections for preparing and using the same, which
they will find a burr Corb roa CoxscuPTioft.
Astuua.Bro.ncbitis, Ac. The only object of 1
the udrerti'cr in sending the Prescription, is to
benefit the afflicted, and spread information
which he conceives to be invaluable; and hopes
every sufferer will try this romedy, as it will cost
them nothing, and may prove a blessing.
Parties wishing the prescription, will please
address Rev. EDWARD A. WILSON,
Williamsburg-, Kings county. New York.
also, for sate, as cheap a they can be had. A dcsldc-
OEO.iOi ALLKN-4 CO.
tloa from tha regular price of Iron Ties mada to tbosti
who want them 'o sell again.
HoAtiuV Sept. 27, iSCfl.
jj ji p2tf
T IS K S T A 'fl' ft
FIRE, MAhtlXM, IITTIil,
INLAND ' TRAXNPOKTATIOX KIUU.H
Taken at I'jnllnble Itnle.
saLossea fairly adjusted and promptly paid"&9
Office, Seaond National Bank building. College
street. JOHN LUMSDEN. President.
W. J. THOMAS. Vice President
JOSEPH NASir. Secretary.
SHOULD PROCURE A REGISTERED
Ticket or Policy of the Railway Passenger
A&surance company, oi nartiaru, tne same hav
ing a large Cash Capital. All tho Accident Corn
ponies of note in the United States having been
consolidated into this one
A $5,000 Ticket, fpfbae day costs only 25 cents'
For three daw. onlr 75 cents. Por fiv dim. nnlv
$1 25 cents. For ten days, only $2S0 cents: andso,
nn for thirty dat"B. These Tickets, cover not'only
iravunnK ireiucnis,. iiutnu omers. ineynre
erfect Miniature Policy.
Drintetl on aoft naner. nre ns Muitv fnlJl nn un.l
pat in your pocaet-DooKS as n bank note, and i
-one has uoon iti back a tinrfcctMltitaiurA 1'r.
. . --- - . ... . ......
t or sale at tne Ueneral ilailroad Ticket OOire,
corner of Church and Summer streets, opposite '
luooi. uioua iiiuei.nasuvine.
nor8 1m- Agent of the Company
M. NTOCKYYELI., OF NEW,-YORK
is admitted a nnrtnpr in nnr liuBTnj Tfim
this date. The style firm will remain as heretofore.
HAMILTON & M'NNIXOIIAM.
Nashville, Dec. 1, 1SC6.
Hamilton & Cuniiiiigluiin
No. 51 College Street,
r'P fc.Wt S -fJ "; 1l-..
'' ' ' . ' tTf
(Near the Public Square.)
- iir-t'.fr. i h '
ANIIVIM.t: . .TF.STN..'
Wine ! I From the Lonuworth Vineyard
and Wine Hou.e, Cincinnati.
W. P. Jt F. P. Akdeoson, Pruiirietora.
OoUlen "iVeildtiiSuarkllncr Calaivbo.
Iry Ca tun tin. Isnbelln, etc. These Wines
are furnished at much lower rates than imported
goods, and for purity and boquet are excelled yb
none either native or foreign.
AcoHsa Cheathak i Co.
Klive Jt Shksuak.
K. B. Cheatham X Co.
Meelliiic of the Chamber of Commerce.
A IEW AmUNHKMENT ON THE TAPIH
Daily Mkettno9 to 'be Held, Etc.,
BtC A ClIARTHR TO BE APPLIED FoR.
A meeting of the Chamber of Com
meree was held yesterday at 3 r. M. Presi
dent Rav in the chair.
The minutes of theat two oalled meet
ins were read and approved.
Sir. T. li. Sample, ehairman of the rom-
Biiltee appointed tn take action in regard (o
raising monev for the purpose of testing tlie
legality of the three cent government tar,
reported that he had tried to get the com
mittee together for the purpose of taking
action lu the matter, but he had been ua
HtiorcAsrul, and consequently nothing had
been done. Upon his request the com
mittee were dicharged.
Mr. It. It. C heatham, chairman of the
committee appointed to confer with Mr.
. Uordon concerning a proposition made
by that gentleman to take charge of tho
Hoard of mile, either as President or Sec
retary, furnish a suitable room for meet
ings, provide daily papers, telegrams, etc.,
etc., all for three thousand d41rs per
year. Mr. Cheatham read a communica
tion from .Mr. Unrtlon, scttinc forth in the
roueh, the plan which he (Mr. Gordon)
desired to inaugurate. That gentleman be
lieved that the I hamber could never pros
per so lone as the transactions were limited
simply to private sales, while meettBgs,per-
haps were heltlonlyonccper week, llepro-
poieJ, shouhl-tiieniembf rs accept his pro
position, to keep the Chamber open from
(1 1 "f A .1 tt l n.nlt .1a.' t rt 1. n ....
regular hour for stock transactions (or pri
vate sales, and also a regular time for public
auctions,' whwr-'he shoHld receive a regular
fee such as lie should set himself for selling
to members or outsiders such article, at
wholesale, as members might desire.
Mr. Mordon being present, was invited to
explain some points of his plan, which he
did te the perfect satisfaction of those pre
sent, tlie members all speaking favorably
of the scheme. Mr. Cheatham paid Air.
Gordon a high compliment as being an old
and highly succosstui merchant ot Jash
ville, and a man upon whom the Chamber
Upon motion of Mr. McC.nm, k commit
tee of five was appointed to negotiate with
Mr. Gordon in behalf of the Chamber of
Commerce, their action to be final.
f. r it.. .1..
mittrcaptHHnted with reference te a charter ,
were reswiy to reeru ine mti 10 te pre-
sented to the Legislature, and entitled nn ' CHRONIC T3ISEIA.SES,
net to imnorsie the Nashville Board of.
Trade and Chamber of Commerce, was then
read, and br vtKe pronounced satisfactory.
The committee were oentinucd, to see that
Guns and" Cutler,
. , i
Axea, CliHluu, Hoes, T.ic, .
r . & r. j
flum and Leather lleltlnsr.
Card Clothlujf, 1
Sfechanirs' Toole, all kinds,
i . j i if htnt
Leather anil Shoe Fiudlns, u
rPINMGE AND TRADE.
(lold ojicned in New York yesterday at
i-1371, wasl37i at 11:30, 137 at 1:30, and
1 closed at 137 at 4 p. at. Brokers here were
paying 13G and holding at 138.
Government securities are lower, and
were quoted in New York yesterday as
Alio we :
5-20S. registered -f
5-20s, 3d series, coupon;-.
5-a?, 3d fcriw, eonion.,!.--5-15.
trA) s . ......
'Id i sterling exchange is quoted
York at li)fl110i. Exchange on New
York is tnken at discount by the hanks,
to at I an(i s soui at par.
Uncurrent money generally h quiet and
dull. There is considerable excitement,
however, iivBankof Tennessee. notes. Bro
kers were rather eager to buy in the morn
ing at 50(3o2c, but later in the day, after
the disclosure of tlie misappropriation or
embezzlement of S7f0,000 of the assets of
the Bank, brokers would not buy at these
figures, and in fact we heard of one
9 large holder selling at 52c. It is imiwssii-
J ble to say .what the rate will be to-day, but
probably not over4o(i'-c. rianlers Hank
is unchanged. Brokers are buying at SOo,
nnd are holding at S2S3c Union Bank
notes are firnier at 77(578c buying.
Southern bank notes are very dull, and
but few of our brokers are buyiug. There
has, bVenstill another -decline in -South
Carolina money. All of'lhe banks hereto
fore quoled at 20c have declined to ISc.
Nashville corporation- checks are very
dull, and brokers will not buy at better
than 12.15cr discount. -
The Memphis Gwiinerciu and Argus of
tho 7th inst has the following in regard to
the Bank or West Tennessee:
"In our issue of Sunday morning we men
tioned that suits hod been brought bv Mr. Marr.
of Nashville, broker, before Esquire Creighton,
on about fai.twoof tho notes oi luu banK, and
judgment obtained for the face value. The arti
cle not being sufficiently explicit, is calculated
to reflect on the management of this institution,
known tn have been faithfully managed by a
Hoard of Directors composed or twelve ol our
Lest anil nell known cititen.i- Obtaining iude-
inent, of course, does not make the notes worth
par a judgment ogainsi an insolvent panyunes
not secure the ileht. the bans: uoes not set
aiiv nles. or bur. Its lo.ves have been heavr
the failure ot its debtors and the worthlessnes
of Confederate scrip, which it was compelled to
hi twin payment of its discounted paper.
i " We know that the Union Hank was forced
into un assignment by these annoying suits, and
that much might brfre been" saved to 'the note
holders had it been letl to tne management ot
the old officers, fauiilinr with its business. The
directors of the Hank of West Tennessee wisely
determined to save all of its auets that could he
realized for its creditors. If forced into legal
liquidation it must result in loss to the note
holder, as, tor a large sharo of its uS3ct,.a want
of consideration may be pleaded by the debtor.
This bank, as all our Southern banks, can pay a
prorata: hence, suits will only consume a por
tion justly due the noteholder. Wo notice that
nil of these executions arc returned nuKu bona.
Our own citizens, well understanding ' the ques
tion. are waiting the result of the present man
agement. We understand, however, that one of
the large noteholders ot the bona is about tiling
n bill of injunction against these judgmentcred
It, msi ami tn hnrn the bank wonnd un bvaKc-
ceivcr, which, of course, will place the judgment
creditor in the same position as if he had waited.
We are sorry to see any move toward a settle
ment by the courts, Jos the entire community
have more confidence in the capacity of tho di
rectors and officers than in any otherB. Nothing
can be saved in time, as suing and being sued u
a slow business, whilst business tact and Judi
cious compromises with old and insolvent debt-
...... ... I ... 1 1. '.:.... - ... ! .nnnoi
uia) aufuLl iiuvuuM "-j
Tennessee bonds sold in New York on
the Oth inst. as follows: $30,000 ex-coupons
at 70fa $15,000 at 70jc, $4,000 at 703c,
$25,000 new at 70Jc; aud on the 7th: $9,000
new at 09Jc and $21,000 at 70c.
The New York Fat of the afternoon of
the 7th iast. reports that a feverish incerti
tude has been produced, among money
lenders by rumors, that the government is
selling goldand drawing greenback into the
treasury with a view to the disbursement of
currency interest ou the 15th- instj The
New York 2Vwe says:
"It is remnrked that with all the croaking of
late about the depression ot trade, tnere nas sel
dom been so little merchant paper, of really good
credit, pressing on the market, either for dis
count at Bank or through the Discount Brokers
on the street, as at present. And, as an Illustra
tion of tho extravagance, not to say recklessness
with which nanic and ruin were predicted and
discussed a few weeks ago, we may odd that the
credit of certain heavy dry goods firms up town
was questioned, whose names ore never seen in
Wail street, and who really have little or no
nm.or nnf in imv direction. If. as rumored by
snch indigo-blue authorities as onr neighbor of
the Tribune, tnoy nave large riocks oi nnsaiaoie
merchandiie on hand, subjects to daily "shrink
oge" in value, they hare evidently been paid for,
or else held for wealthy .manufacturers in New
Cngland or in Europe, who are supposed to have
no difficulty in "keeping tho notary from their
doors." We 'may further remark that already
slight indications are not wanting that tho gen
eral trade of December is to improve on the
much-talked dullness of November."
The amendment to the Currency act, in
troduced into the Senate by Mr. Chandler
and made the ajecial order; for the third
Tuesday in December, 18CG, enacts
"That section 22 of the act to which this amend
ment is hereby so amended as to authorize tho
issue of $100,000,000 of .notes far circulation, in
..... . : jti ..ii siwt . - l . i i
addition 10 ine -s:ha,u u.uw nruviuuu iur iu i&iu
section 22, and that the additional S100.OOQ.000
shall be secured in all respects, nnd under the
instructions and provisions of the net hereby
amended. Provided that not more than $5,000,
000 of the $100,000,000 of additional notes for cir
culation shall be Wied or delivered to banks by
the Comptroller ot the uarrency wiimn six
months from the passage of this act, and that
thereafter not more than 32.000,000 of notes for
circulation shall be issued during any one
This amendment embodies the wishes of
the expansionists of the last session, and
would not, if it had been adopted, have
changed the present position of the money
market.' During tho recess of Congress,
the Acting Controller of the currency has
mollified the views of his predecessor, and
is satisfied that $25,000,000 more of cur
rency, issued at the rate 6f $1,000,000 to
$2,000,000 per month, 'is lenough.for the
wanU of all the States. Mr. Ifurlburd
The dineinn&tt hog market was vcrvidull
on fridSyand- 25(55 50 grab and6 5Q
6 S5 net were current quotations. Prices
had not been depressed hy the heavy de
cline reported in New York that day,
though it was confidently predicted that it
would reauhyin a decline. The pickets
adhere to the idea that hogs abound in tli
couplry tributary! t6)$ndUiaUr anj fence
they manifest little desire to operate to any
considerable xtept lieoIpTias?refieir
of the situation of the hos market wa?
communicated to the Cincinnati Gmmercuil
and printed in that paper of the Stli inst.
Its facts and inferences will interest .both
dealers and consumers":
A BrMt lBllir lU.tf nnw nrtk inlar.,11 1 .1
, " , . tviHicu .14 IUO
u"i uu provision lnarKer, ana are anxiously
censidaring the catuej which, for the present and
also DrOsnectivelv. miltt ittlrmi m n; ti..
hvrriJeine hoth in hogs and the hog product,
which'forseverai weeks nasi has hem tAil
progressing, . and the persistent indifference of
w luujraic nearly tne almost unani
mous conviction of those who have all the risks
or curing mea t", t hat prices have not yet reached
a safe level. Nhile the erovsinc disposition of
formers and drovers to sell at best figures obtain
able, and .make their laes at onco, argues a very
general belief that low lrice must be accepted.
Bat the "bottom u not touched yet. We
mvtt have lower prices, and for these, among
other reasons : On the. 1st of October last the
stock.! of old meat were; hucb larger throughout
the puntry thoh it wo anticipated tbev could
possibly be. considering the eomparatively short
hog crop last year, and the fa.'t that on October
1, lStk, ay the leading, markets of the country
leSJV". ? . ,"1 provision. The packing of
13o-6 met a brisk consumptive demand from the
Vi 11 luu sea3"a nams, clear bacon
nnd lard from the previous season being reported
To flay there U plenty of old hams, bacon and
lard to be had. It is true not much remains in
Cincinnati, Chicago or SL Lonis, but Southern
find seaboard eitfW nave a superabundance,
where it has been sent on consignment in order
to clear up the pork houses nt the packing
points, preparatory to the present season's op
erations. It isstilt in the coantry and 0droc on
tho nan Fir a
Ihere was at Cincinnati October l.lSfiO. as sub
sequent shipments daring tlie month - show, n'ol
far from 20.000 tierces of Tard. and other articles
or the bog product nearly in tho same propor
tion. Thm was the faqt at the winding up of a
Short hOfl fmn sao.in aliii..;nr. I. .. . . L. .
- : .- - - " -" N mak lucre 111 II Y
be a short crop of hogs and yet much more than
enough of provision. , .
At the average viitei ruling daring the year it
wasiroved that the reputed short crop wis re
ally a large one. The losses sustained by the
trade .ettectually convinced packers of the folly
of discounting repotted deficieneies. and now in
tne tace of cinern-ni-n thi.v nnt i
. . . . . - J . w u.r. UI.-fU3Vtl IU
repeat former indiscretion. Not at all.
It it is generally believal. aud with good rea
son, that the hoi crop of this year wiU exceed by
from thirty to fifty per cent, that of last year
If home consumption affords the only market
that can be relied on, scarcely any price, how-
""t """ non-raw one ior tne pacaer. II
with last j-eart small stocks of provisions, "there"
hC I wat.buta'rifl'ngforeigndemand. and an actual
eL I K"mpmen."lhlaOTiri-or!lcarcW boxes of
ui u.i, uuu iu.uuu oarreis cacu al lard and
k utb renw txosr would be an. ex-
tue ngnre. Unrthcre lire pome con-
which inilicatf rri;if rialr ,n.l.l...
lizure. Xn npnuililA Ir-i-ii: t
mess iiork. what inducement can there be for I
Pivijui ujiru lueirjiuuses arau this year, un
less pork can be cured at inch figures as will in
duce orders from abroad? If the crop thi year
CLi jt "ii!"' K.? wser man last year,
what price din the packer safely pSji,for nHrkr
From current market .ihrrm,)
- - - " I'livtm mica
even at that
operator can doubt the statement that- the mar
ket tor the Surillus. ilffirmin II.. Ar .1. .
whole crop. And where can we sell the sitrttliis
at any price r
"It is reported that England has over 2,400.000
hoga this year, and Ireland 1,000.000. while the
several neuhbonng countries on tha continent
have likewise more than an ordinary supply.
Ihe increased production of hogs in those coun
tries has been greatly stimulated by the preval
ence of rinderpest among cattle. And it is by no
means certain that we shall have a foreign mar
ket far onr surplus at any price. Where nreUhe
Irish and hngluh packers this year Not one of
them is in Cincinnati.
If t hose foreign markets which we have usually
supplied havo an excea of their own curing, we
might cheapen their own curing, but it would
be a losing game for ns.
If the prospect of orders Tor provisions from
abroad is not very cheering now, how would that
prospect be'offected should gold largely decline,
as it may when t he Secretary shall be compelled
to CCO30 accumulating nml In mil .1 ll. .1.
whatever surplus the customs may bring into his
We would say to the packers: keep cool. Ifyou
cannot buy at a safe price, let those who will
take tho risks. I nlessynur investment have
some reasonable chance for remuneration, you
had better be idle than, recklesr and unwise.
V, hat can you do, wiUi.pork above, sir cents net?
And what does it cost the farmer to produce
pork? One bushel of corn, costing fifty cents,
will feed a hog eight days, and make twelve
pounds gros grain : t". e., a 'fraction
over four cents per pound, gross weight,
liny cents in the country is a liberal
price, too, tor corn. If the farmer paid nino or
tencnta per pound for his stoclr hogs, ho can
not expect the packer or consumer to pay his
losses nor ihould-Jie pomplain this year it he
doe not receive tha inordinate profits of the last
two years, which the packer's losses clearly prove
have been paid him. -
OrFICK OP THK UXIOH ASDOtSPlTCir.l
S-iTuanAV. Dec. lOtb, lS6n j
The cotton market yesterday opened dull
at272Se,and closed willi an improved
tone, probably owing to favorable New
Orleans advices. The'd'ollowing were the
transactions vest erdav :' .
ia weather yes terday was cold and wintrv
the thermometer standing several decree betew
the river rfonly falling. The fWlening is mr
Dora, St. Leuis,
IJen. Sigel, up the river,
it... .i ;
nicil, Ui IUO (ITOf, I j. ,
Dora, St. Iionij. '' '
Emma Floyd, from Oinrinnati.
J. G. Blackhrd, from ttttshnnr.
Camilla, from Pittsburr.
Datid White, from St. leak.
Tha Gen. Sigel came dawn Sunday afternoon
from un the rirer. harinx-oa boan) "nOKrr.1 ar
oil andifbauf W0 sacks of corn, besides a lot of
produce received in the way of barter. The
Captain says the Crocos creek and Batter's land
ing oil wells are Sowing finely.
The corn crop up the river is reported good.
and the tobacco crop Is of a better quality than
has been seen for many yean. Great Quantities
of bacon are being saltedrdown by tha firmer?.
Tbo Alart brought a light freight with a few
passengers. Her Captain soya the farmers up
the Cumberland are hanging on to their green
backs with a relentless grip.
The Dora, a fine side-wheel steamer, brought
up a light trip, consisting of hay, oats and flour
from St. Louis. At Cairo she took" en beard sev
eral barrels of sugar and molasses, and also seme
boxes of oranges and .pine apple?, brought by
the A. S. Mepham from New Orleans.
The light draft Alert, bulk expressly tbr the
upper Cumberland trade, is commanded by that
weather-beaten mariner. Captain Jos. A.Lovell
We commend her to the attention of the people
along the river.
A letter to Capt Boyd froiii Capt. W.fl.,Vori?t
of the steamer Emma Floyd, states that she left
Cincinnati last Friday evening, and will be at
our wharf to-day.
Tha David White U on her.way here with over
a hundred tons of freight. She will! probably
arrive tomorrow." ' '
A number of coal boatmen wentfap on the A.
The Tempest got off last evening with 300 baled
of 'cotton. She will take on 300 tons of iron at
jWa pbserve.fhat ibargMot coafaro edruUntly
arriving from np ine 'river. Considerable Inta
ber and timber is also being rafted down.
understand that Allen, petnent, the great
cedar lumberman, designs'making weekly ship
ments of lumber from this point to St. Louis.
The Camilla, long 'ekpected, will be at the
landing to-day, and will leave on Wednesday, as
B ABSOLUTION PASSED AT A LATE
mectfng of the City Couneil, the Committee
If m directed to make examination
" VuuTu. grounds lorn new cemetery. Per-H-ltf
ln Ttohy ofNoshvlUe. who own
and wtstt to sell any grounds suitable for ueh
VlXit, .t"rlaeateJ l?, ,eaT0 notice of tho
Su.1!! . Mywr or Auditorat his ofSoc. beforo
tte Mthinst. B. S. RJuKA,
Ch'n I'ewctery Com.
A LLTHOSKHAVINti CLAIMS AGAINST
tke Mint. ir Di.ii. W j"
f-re herAy notiltel to file the somo with tho
i wr Liran oi Mwarr Mnnfv
Saturday,. Dee. 29r 14(U5.
71 t t xa ui mo i,t;uiatur ol Lu,
ine tate or Tuimiu t. : ? ..He1'
wtates. This the ith dir cflriMt.' mW
e af day of December, ISA
BDMUND VINSON, Adte'
J. . Gleavfet; Adia'r, v& the He Mt
Creditora of r . h &Weomr, iteeU
TN PURSUANOE OF D1KK1JK UIT TliS
J. Chancery Court at NartvlHe m the ab.,m
named cause, and by reason mf the fcihm of the
former purchaser to ooaaptr wii the Utm t
a xaie, x win ogam aer of pumr phi m th
urt uoase, on
'The Dorale'ftyesterdaat bnsVliek fBr' St.
Louis, with a light triplof miscellaneous freight.
U'IXU."l!t)UBY ' O.. "nanlar's n,t lWt,ri
in OolJ. Sllier, Oovernnipiit Stacks anJ Cimiwiiii.l
lnUrnt Ndtuj ,
Nasutilh, Nut. 20, IS6.
u. o, iwuui, i3si.,,ui-i i tump u int. now
CixUtnsl &-S0S....1P5 Jan.'Gl.ll4
4ASHV!LI.ir. Tcvv.. Tin- tt
."f" ,r" B?,H ABurlay. December 3R.
,'.h8. rnion. JPot. at ChattanooVo. Tenn.
, r.c" eontoirH a largo amount of cut and
dressed stone, one magaiine ami other fixtures.
Proposals should be addressed to " Bravet Maj.
EvB!.nSiHr- Cnt,r Keineer U- S. A, Bx
7aS. NiijiiTHle.TeBB.'' Proposals should give the
postoffiee addre. plainly written by partie
making th propotl.
By command of MoJ. ( Jen Tnoms. U. S. A.
Captain ef Engineers and Bvt. Major IT. S. A.
Kntnrdaxt Deeember UO, IS8U.
The farmer reiWeee ef the lot , l K. Z--I-Uooffer,
frenUag !, feat oh ilirt Mmt, ontl
rowing basic lTt feet tn aa 18 Itwt alloy.
This property is weH knows, owl info ten mocC
deairobla portion of tha aity tar wWon. Tk
purchaser will be put late possowWa tenetll
atehr upon eemplyisg with the term ef aale.
The purchaser will be reaaired to payf
fcurth CAbli, and exeenfe sete fcr the rtiidiw,
duo at one and two yean, with istarest teas tha
day of sale, and a lien win he retalhea ta seenro
their payment The sale i witheMt mlempii .
. MORTON B. ItOWKLL. C awl M.
James T. Armstrong et ab. vw. KMiert M.
l'orter et aw.
TN PITR3TJANCE OF DBCRBH
X Cbaneery Court at NasfcriUa is
5.aBI,e.M I wit! sell at tha Cowet
t Mw at
ON TtESDAV. THE ISTH DECEMBER,
we will sell at auction, on the premises, tho
property known as the
HERMAN .HKTlIOniST C'HTJROH.
with a lot frnntiiv fifli-.flr. r..f l ?
book to an alley. Mtuated on the east side of
0r.i? Ji0? Mreet about one hundred yards
north of the Lnnhrll R-.ilm.,i n.M. cIi. 77
11 o'clock a. .
, . . . . I - .-.'' o tun., metre
and eighteen months.
ltVllEDCAV 1IIM'f Al- . r.. ......
i -.Kivii.juiinwft asaiixii,
KntnrtUjr, December 29, matt.
side of tha PubUo Sqnara. at preaest aamd
il.ko0,r,?,Isl1 JL- A- J- a OmSiU
i l loU. Mea as fcet o4 ma
bock 3D fmAt in.t n - 1 i.t.
buiWinw. " ""TCTT"
TUX TllWH (U Car .rsa, a. .a.
rrc w w ui'vh w
v ji y. lC3 rwiuirw who approved 9
I 4 1.3 - Mil II
ASS I C5 2V RE'S S A E
Aug. 7-303 with ut.iour.
Jun7-30 " " 101
July 7-30 " " 101
Small BondnJpr. ct. Ut
TsnneuM Bonds, nw,G9c
" Oct., 'M.1IS
" UeC.. &4.1I1
" " May,tS6.1(W
" " Oct., '65.10;
Also, highest prlc paid for all kinds of Southern
nana notes, sen price list, rurnlitntd when desired.
ueposiu recDireu, and ttxcnangu rarnubed un
New York, Cincinnati, LouUvllle, Memphis, Kng
isnaf ireiaua, a ranee, ana ail pans ot uennany
CoarooATioN Chech cuhed at beet rates.
OFKIOE, corner "Union and Cherry street, oppo
site uuik oi lenaeeaee.
Office hours, 8 a. jr. to 5 r. tt.
13 i VIRTl'K OK AN ASSIGNMENT FOR
l 3 ine Dnneeir at era.iit.kra m.i. i... ri
D. Denton 4 Co., dated September 21, l3. I
will sell at aoetiMi, em
T1ICKSDAY, TlIK 1.1th I.VHT
A t Nos. G ami 8 Broad street, commencing at 10
OClnck X. U . thr Lnaix atul nil tho VWrnrx
TooK3Iaehinery and Stock in Trade belonging
in mr uy ateaui tiaKerv ana uanteetMnerr
stablLhment of D. D. Dentun Ce.
ine property constats m tart of
One Ktctini Riilnl- Holler, Complele.
Four Machines fur manufacturing Crackers.
The Ovens in use on said premises.
Counters, Shelving ami Store Fix
tures, Desk and Platform Scales.
Also, several hundred pounds of assarted Can
dles; about twenty pounds Crackers; all the
rools Jars and Implements used In making
breau. candle; or cracker
Alfo. a lot of Furniture.
bale absolute. Kent
ofsnle. Terms Cosh.
JOHN LUMSDEN. Assignee.
11. Matthkws. Auctioneer. deeT-td
- Notes reqaired with aBpravedVemt-
umtk aBd Xaser.
Peter Andersoa vs. MoRoherU C JferCee.
TN PURSUANOE np DRCRKK OP TMK
r"Ti C0"" Jhvle is ahveMsaa
S?S,eviB'11 0(rt tb Court itotM at So-
. vioe, on
Satartlnj-, December 29, I8CC,
The foIIOTiftg tets in the Craighead ryfax
Utm em M
. . cf ",,u out uraigaead reiM
iri y" u il .ie. i,
t i' "vL"0 th formerir parch ky Ur
iJiiMf!rClieaitarof 12 a 13 m-
interest from dor qf Mie. Notes rewired with
MHRTAV E vtawut x
'IfeSjd ' Lie-kali mIXc,
Lttcj Ann Marshall and othew -w. V'akvr
Marshall aad other.
five miles from Nashville, pa
bat A o.l. eentoiniar IS
and fronting on the Oallj
PIIR.mriVni? AO ticmin an J.,.
,,r .... w., y . vnunaa vr rill
Chancer flatirr i V..1..III. i .1
cause. I will sell at the Court IlWat iwT
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 3, Vm,
The Home and part of Let No. 33 reniiiul
feet on Line street, aad mnatee talk IfW fUt
lying Jnot above "Mn. Pai v ZLT' 1
ALSO. Lot ItIb- hnalr .K.,.a L. M
fronting feet, and extending book JO. fcet.,
Treppard'a line, be nr nart of lltSa V
TKKM& Ono third Cash, .ml th. rll.
Bfiiln nml Rftlilintr
Rent on lease paid in full to day
credits or aix and twelve month, wHh"&Vert
from day of sale, and a lies retain ej. Sole itM
ilORTON B. HOWSLL.
dea8-tiU etork aad Masteev
Nohle D. EUk
TN PURSUANOE OF A DBCRJW OF Tilt
J. Chancery Court at KashvlHe ie aWrts Bauod
cause. I will offer at pubHa sals, at the Omti
House at Nashville, on
Tuos. S. IUbe, Pree't. I.O.Tiaaox, Cuh'r.
NATIONAL SAYINGS' COMPANY,
Corner Union and College, Street.
The following are, the rates paid Tor uncurrent
money. These quotatleni are liable to fluctuite, but
may u oepenoea oa a sutacient lengtn ol time tor
remittances to oe receirea by malt or eipiji, If for.
warueu wiiauat aeiay,
Bank ol Tennessee ......r)
Bank of Tenneesee,
dated 18S1.. Oo
Plan torn Bmik. 80
Union Bank IT
Union BankCertf. 77
" Knoxrllle 30
" Memphis ..pr
" illddle Tean...
" Pari a- par
" the Unlonpar
City Bank ; .70
Northern Bank par
Ocoee Bank 0
Bank of Shelbyvilie 85
Y.tfn an J ll.nu.1 T I.. . I
Kntnnlay, December 2lt.
OeorgU Railroad and
Banking Company 9C
Uank of ilidJlOa..8T
Bank of Anguita.....4,'i
Angasta Innrnce tW
Bank of Athens- .....I5
" Columbus. .t3
" Commerce OS
City Bask of Augosta30
t armert' aad Olechaa-
.In' Bank .......
Uechanlci' Bank M
alerchanti' and Plant
ers' Bank . 10
Planters' Bank 12
UoloriBank .. 10
OfFIPE AfSrSTAST QtJARTCRUlSTEB.
KlRHt IIXi;. TK.NNXrUKE.
December 1, ISflG.
TJiere was a tolerable triftle, In the whole
aale crocerv market veStenlnv . No
cliatige,in quolatioiis. B , . ,, t
Noullieru Cotton, .nhrlcot-t.
Ciiarlestojt. Dewr.Jr.Ilie cotton market
bos been .steady to-day. Safas.410 bales- Mid
dling nplands 3lc
SAvann-am, Dec. $ There hnsbeen more tner.
py in the cotton market. Sales to-day were 300
b e2s55Sft-b??is-Sr f. for Liverpool middling,
and 3232$e fbr New1 York middling.
..... y w. ,. .jutee ill wjo. TfCCK, 1,1111 ,
r.tSY i1". UQ- nates: exports do.,
2.8?JbaIesrTiteck on hand and onshipboanl hot
cloared, WJCB 1 bales ! stock unsold. 42,000 biles
bales to-day. 1.6UU bale : miiliiiimr aw. Th.
is a good demand, and the market Ts easy at quo-
ACQB3TA, Dee, 8. The market was stagnant
and traductions too limited to justify quota
tions. Th aleioT Ihe day were at bales at
prices ranging from 9c to 31c. The receipts
were 32 bales.
Columbus. Up., Dotfl. MiddlinM mil at 2K3 '
Pts'Jlorg&K ef theiseiison.'SZl LalM.t
ie ' r "T t . if
ranc Company.. ,j6n
Bank or Cttnden., U
. ' Cnarleaton
" Chester... 20
Cdrbtloa . 0
Commercial Bank 12
Kxchauge Bank. .1S
FarmetV and Kxrhange
Merchant!' Bank.. !n
Planters' Bank of Talr-
field : ...12
Planters' and Jteehan-
ic' Bank . 29
State Bank , 7'
Southwestern Batlroad.U ,
Bank or Cape Fear
" Claxendou ..
" Commerce .
MARK If rS
l'r Attorney Uenernl Elrrnlli Ju
dicial lllalrlft. We nre authoriied to an
nounce A. C. Iltrxgr, Ki.. as a candidate far
Attorney (leneral, for the Eleventh Judicial
District, composed of the counties of Giles, Mar
rsball. Manry, Lawrence, Lewi and Hickman.
IlootH and Nhoea t'tirnp nt SO Public
Square. In censeituenro of a contemplated
change in my business, I offer the best selection
of D.Mits and Shnw nt greatly reduced prices.
The buyer be he a consumer or a merchant-
will surely profit by axamining my stock of
gtxxl before supplying hlnuelf, as I am quite In
earnet to give bargains. Max. L. Octtminv,
septVtf No. 20 Public Square.
Choice Groceries nt Totlci'. Arrived
It IM, the folloning carefully selected and
ichly prepared goods, which bi U selling very
lew fer rash, at wholesale and retail: Fresh can
ned fruits, green pea corn, egg pluatx, green
gages, shaker preservw, guava jelly, eolves-feet
Jelly. Vox's gelatine, aerated crackers, dried
plumbs, blackberries and currants, oat meal sago.
tapioca, totinglof starch, Java, Laguayra. Mo
cha. Marirabo and Rio coffee. Also, imporied
and domeetie wine and brandies, at W. V
Tottea'i. 21 and X College street. Nuhvillo.
"OSLY COOD SAUtX
and applicable to
LEA & PERRINS'
of n Letter from n
TLEMAN at Mad
ras, to his brother
ot Worcest R,
Lea i Pcr
rins that their
is highly esteemed
in Indiaband it. in
my opinion,- the
most palatable as
well as the most
DIN1I ,nBl l" made,"
The surcsss of this most deliciousand unrivaled
condiment having caused many unprincipled
dealers to apply the name to bPi'Riors Cox
rosxDs, the PUBLIO is aKsrEcrruLtT and car
kistIt requested to see that the names of LKA A
PKRRINS or upon'the WRAPPKR. LAUKL.
STOPPKR and BOTTLE.
LEA A- PKRRINS. Worcester.
JOnS DVSVAH'H HONS.
Nsw Yoke, Agents for the United States.
A V. A K D .
flAVlNO SOLDTO MIM3BH.ORU T1U0S. OUR
LA iteck of Urocerie, Llqtwre, etc, vo take plea
are in recommending them to onr frtendi and cus
tomer a every way worthy of their ronlldenc and
patronage. STRATTOfT, CHUNKY A UOY.
WUOLEHALE U ROOKiiH
"Dcarinir in mind the regular monthly reduc
tion of legal tenders at the rato of $4,ooo,tioo per
month, as provided by law, an increase ot na
tional currency not to exceed S25,0o WO, to be
isauod at the rote of $l.no,U() or $000,000 per
month, would probably meet all the wants of all
the .Stnto for two years to come. As this seems
to be the only practicable method for the accom
plishment of what is geuerally admitted tn be a
desirable end. It is respectfully' recommended to
the favorable consideration ot uopgress.
There is not, a will appear from Mr.
Chandler'a hill and the Controller's report,
ninch ilisK)itlon to add to the volume of
the currency, ami thone who depend ujioii
Congre lo authorize Jargo and sudden
issues of irredeemahle" paper money are
ore sanguine than the facts warrant.
We are continually tohl that fhe wheat
prop of the present year waa a very thort
one, nnd that the price, of flour must con
tinue high. The receipfs- of flour and
wheat at the great receiving points In the
Went do not ertahlish the short crop theory.
Kor itwtancc, tho fjbl lowing w.ill show, the
comparative recifyti oi 'flour and grain at
the ports of Milwaukee, Chicago, Toledo,
Detroit and Cleveland, from Jan. 1 fo Dec.
1, 1805 and 1SG0:
New Torlc .Htock nnd Money Market.
Nsw York, Dec. 10. Money easy at- 5fi per ,
cent. Gold is ashade easier, opening at l.TTii.
advancing to 137JJ, nnd closing at 137$. (Inv- '
emment stocks are drooping.
Sew York Bank 8iafeinent.
GNkw York. Dee, 10.-D?creaso in loons. $i391.-!
ctl; decrease In-sjjeeie. $374.9S7; increase in eir-,
3uIation.JI00.80t; decrease in deposits, $5,212.- ,
55; decreasein legal-tondere, Sr3j,001. ,.
. ClvorxKATli Dec-10. Flour auiet: sunerfinei
WtXWlOlO. Mess pork firmer at $19 1)0. Hggs'
., ,o2,wwp' vi iiisay quiet at 3VHn Iioml.
Bank of America-... par
" LoaUiana 00
Canal Bank 95
Loulilana 8ut Baak7i
Mechanic' and Trader'
Southern Bank,,.. ....per
Union B ink. ..... .9-5
New Urlean Scrip. .80
Bank of Mobile 9v
" Selioa 5
Central Bank .20
Central Railroad BaakDC
S. Carolina 33
" Wdebort)' 0
" Wilmington 18
Commercial Bank . 18
Farmer Bank of N.
Carolina ........ .22
Merchant' Bank M
Bank of Koxboro'...'!
Miner and Planter'
i 'VIROINIA. "
Bank of Berkeley 80
" HovanbTRle ..30
" the Old Domi
" Richmond 10
" Rockbridge .JB
" SkottTille. S5
" the Taller of
" Wheeling 90
" Wlncheeter . -70
Central Bank of Va 20
Xn&augU Bank of VaW
Farmer' Bank of fln-
coalta .M. ,V
Farmer' Bank of Va.2i)
Merchant' Bank 40
Merchant and He-
I "ILL OFFER FOR SALE. AT THIS
-a. place, at ramie Auction, on
Hominy, liiollltli liny of Deeember. OO,
The following thivernment Buildings :
1st. I!iti!tiii-r4 on Siiiimier Klrfet
occupied by the 10th Infantry, consisting of
1 Buildln?. fflllil?'. feef fltr.r.1 Ouartera
5 Buildings. 130x2Sx2S feet Barracks.
1 Building, 14x16x14 feet Kiteheo.
1 Unildinr. "1x22x14 feet-flnar.1 II MICA.
1 Building, 63x21x1011. ConimijaryStorehoue.
1 Building, 00x20x12 feet-Stable.
1 Buildinc .LxlSxla feet Prir-i-
S Buildings. 4'i5x20.4x9 feet (Quarters.
i immune. -To.-x;i.9 leet uaaeiT.
1 Build nir. 14.1Ixri fl Arldi lian tn nVrr-
l liUlluiDir. .DI1J H Uliariere.
1 Building. x-4 feet Privy.
i uunuing, miu leei Mabie.
2tl. Ou CeInr street, (old Corral)
1 Building, 41x127 feet-Office.
3d. Corner Union anil Vine direct
1 Bnilding, 100x34.4x1$ feet-Stable.
4th. Rear of 82 Church Mrepf. R. F.
and A. L.
1 Building. 20.4x42.? feet Quarterj.
1 Building. lOxaU.9 feet-QBarters.
1 Building. 11x47.10 feel-Slied Stable.
1 Building. 11x12 feet-Hav Shed.
I Building. 12x14.3 feet Hay Shed.
These baildlncs will be sold in the arilnrml-
Sale to commwiee at 9 u'ebiek v Term
Cosh, in Government ftind.
By onler of I trig. (Jen. Thoxas Swobps. Ass't
K. II. KIRK,
Bvt. Lieat. Col. ami Aas't Quartermaster.
0'NILL' U. S. CI.AIJI AOENCV,
iii. .i. iur ST.. (lip Main.)
LoU Neo. 9. 10. 11 of tha
owned by Dt. D. T. Seolt. near
Junius. loafl ini K imnr mm w . n.i A
Buena Vista Turnpike read, aad tub back be
tween nnrnllel 1 1 n . 1 A c . .
: . . K . nv. .
tains yj acres ana bi Vf poles, and boa
well built and beautlfnl hrUV luiu.
ing nine rooms and furewhed with iNbwwi
improvements: ma out-nouses, sata-ka
staoies. tie., aretuwtanttally bailtsf I
ui uo,9uu artesian well, nates I
abundant suddIt of water.
A plat of the ground may be aa at mr tmitt.
Purchasers are requested to etaraiM fh mj
perty. It U an elegant snbarbaa resWestee. oM
the grounds aro well adapted for a market gar
den, nursery, etc.
TERMS One-third ef the rmreWe ia
cosh, aad the residue on ereJit of attitwu
years, with Interest from date. ITOM ftBs&d
with approved security, and Hen retorted. st
irei irom redemption.
MORTON B. IIOWSLC.
ANDKRSOX. JOHNSON AMrrlflAo.
William Lipscomb vs. S. R Joees aa4
others. .. Ik
TN PURSUANCE OF DBCR8E r TJit
Chaneery Court at NashvWa ia te-
P.m.",.raa3e' I UI sell at th tfcttrt J!it
Nashville, on , (
IHatnrtloiy, neeeinber 29. 1S88.
ALL CLASSF! OF LEGITIMATE CLAIMS
against the t'niteil Slate (lorernment
promptly cnllectetl. Pntticulnr attention given
to claims tnr I.qualuation of i'ountr. Parties
who have filed claim at mv office, nml who hxvn
not heard from me lately in reterence to them,
are requested to send me their present otoffiee
address, as many changes have taken place in
the postal arrangement.' since their claims were
filed, and letters are beinr returned to ma ererr
day uncalled fur. I intend visiting Washington
soon for the puriKMo of urging n speedy settle
ment oi an claims now tn my nanus, and tt u
important that I should be able to communicate
wltn claimant uromntiv. n additional ociilencn l art
will have to be furnished in many en, and"! N
A Tract of Land ia the Second Cti
uaviuson county. Known as Him
talning Vi acres, and adjoining tha
old franklin Cellece.
TERMS OF SALE Credit of six and tif
month. Notes required with tns aMMKM!
secttrltUr. and a lien retained. Isale iST W
redemption, MORTON B. IlOWlltr..
dtca-ld Clerk and M4r.
Noble D. EUk va. Susannah Moore atl
PHRSKANCE DP A nnRBV nv TH V
Chaneerr Court at Naihvillei ia ik ika.
named ease. I will again offer at fiuhHt ml
at the Courthouse at Nashville, oa
SnlnrUny, December 29th, 1SS6.
The property owned by the late Una of Kttfl A
Moore, and formerly owned by Dr. D. TV See,
being Lots Noi. 9. 10 and 11. near the Rues
is' Spring. These LoU front 43 ysrrW m
the Buena Vieta turnpike road, aad rwt Ikttk
between parallel lines 275 yards. LetKw. ft.
contains la acres and 67U pqjes, aad ho ueM
a well-built and beaatifal Brlik OHmu, aaa
taining nine rooms, and fiirntahed wlK 4l HI
modern improvements. Theottt-b, saAk
no use, u bies, etc., are tubttanlearVr
On Lot Ka. 9. U an Arfaris wit
turntine an abundant supply Of water,
U an elezant aubyrbah raeLluute isJl
rounds aro well adaptsd for a Marktt OarUe.
oi tnese lands mar be teeo at tar a
sera are requested to examine tha
claims. Money advanced on officers', soldiers'
and citizens claim.
I am also azent for the National Steam Natl-
gatlen Corapany.iteamers between New lork.
Liverpool. andOHeentonn. Ireland.
r.o. iiuAa.i. joiiiv o-.m:ii.i.
stronger proot ot loyally in aomecaes oi cinzen I ir.tiaia. une-tnird Of the parens, matiay m
eain. ami the reeidae on credits of one aBdtw
years, with interest from date. No4m rewifed
with approved security ami a Ken retffaef.
Sale free from redemption,
MORTON B. IIOWRLL.
decVtd Oterk and MMr-
Kaahviil J: Chat? B.
LiinUllllo t Nuhville
Tax Becelpt.. .H)
New York Dry Goods Slarket.
Nsw Yonx. Dec. 18.-Theilry noods market is
qniet and depressed. Prints arn very quiet, but J
Held Ormly for new styles at lSesOc. Ticks are ;
ratner more active, lieiaines, of aTewmakee,
have met with some sale at 'A 'considerable re
duction. Other cotton goods are quiet for tho
moment, but prices are more or less nominal fur
cah and large orders.
New Tork Produce Market.
New Yobk. DW. 16 .Cotton is more active.
Flour is dull at $1 4O10 TiO fur common to me
dium extra Western. Wheat closed auiet nnd
steadier at Si U)for2 Milwaukee, CornisJMie
beUcr. Oato' quoted 'it lV64c'for" n10bio.
Pork drooping at $a 0G for old. Dressed ho-s
urm at tfv&vnc. , , . ; , ,
- lAnlavllIe Market. '-
Lotrisv!f.T.it. Dee. lo: Salad 48 hhfls tobacco1:
Inweriubjl. oemmon lugs, 244. Middling
New Orleans Market. . i-
NEW OBLSiSB, Dec 16. Cotton is in good' de
mand at 2E"30c for lew middling, and Slat for
Corn. bu- 3
HAS A "VI) HTAftl KlTTJCim,
SO North Cherry Street,.'
Oppoeita Ooionnade BalUIng, Nahrlle, Tetlneess.
KmouaiiRS in 1852.
Increase in flour, bbl
Increase ingrain, bu -
l OflIMI8H MKHCItAiVrS,
AnnU Ut th ) of LADEEL III LI, UHlCfcT
INOS, Hope Mill and Rkiiluid alanubctnrtag
Cempaaj's COTTON TARNS, elc ,
S. E. Corner Market mid Broad Sts.,
hash v-i l l e .
The following is the amount of flour anil
grain inhere at Chicago, Saturday, JVe. L,
ISUG, rtmiiiareil with tlie amount in store
ISCo, a. repprteil hy the .warehouse to the
Seeretarv Boanl of Trade :
! Botanic Dispeiisatori
FOR THE TREATMENT OP
Ht ro-cpeued ia tha'abore'spaeieni tVart'hCM
There tby hT nl.rrrj belittle for U toraga
aad sale of Cotton aaa Frodni generally, and Lar
ingi,ia addition ts nrant hear' purcbue inutra
markets, bought tha extenaiT llock of ilea ti.
Strattoa, Cheney k Roy on riot favorable terms,
they are prepared to oer to tlie trad nncinal 1b
rtumtier' anil Gnsfltler' Material
n:o;. ii.i Lr.AP pipr,
Of every dewrlptldu, etc., etc.
CSunJtlHra.'lJaeket, Oa Iittnru, anJ Killing,
etc., etc ppie-Sm-p
Go6rd' Malice for" a irmiie!
Oats, ba -
Barley, ba -
.Here wo find larger receipt, of flour and
grain at fire of the principal receiving
ii' .i : ion-. ... i
puiM 1U M l iull 141 low, 11IC 1I1L11;I19: 111 I . j . . Mi..f
STAPLE XSD FAJiCY GROCERIES , the receipts otVJotir Diuonntingjo overhalf OSfWMMkt
millinn nf u,rrfll. Th flinninnati nnd NuhTitle, thIt of Broan4 oa Broad street, W.
the bill waa properly presented to the
The Chamber then adjowrctl.
Tnr ChrUttrinii tJiOa Tys,Dti. Faw
Oftsd. Work Baxo. Pa4a IW a, ami Willow
Ware, is creeH Vtirleir-
Onrrma A- ScKipr,
9 Uoeoc street.
Privale Diseases, and
DISEASES OF WOMEN
43- VATIEVTS TREATED AT THEIB
IIOUES. CrBES G VA R VTCED. -a
All letter should b dirested to DB. HcilllX,
Bar 74t NashvllU. Tenn.
Ofiee ever John iork's Book Store. Union
street, between Otfllego nod Cherry streets.
Foreign and Domestic Wines mil
t Iquots, Ktc., Etr.
Clo bnysr wQl find It to their Interest to call.
Order aacorapa&iej with the cash ft 111 meet prompt
attention. OKU mtOi IlK-ltS,
K. corner Brood and Market (treet. NashiHI.
SITUATED MILES FROM TI1E CITY,
jon tha Oallatia l'ike, containini ix, aerea ef
land, nagnl&cvntty improved, atm ornamented
with fruits, flowers aad shrubbery,
19 FOB. SALE.
XEWSOM, QLOVEK A CO.
27 Karth Cherry street.
Chicago mHrfcetg for fionr are reported dull,
and on the 7th imt. wheat declined 83ip
per hostel in Chicago. Thee ; Indications
do not favor the high prices which specti
later have been laWIng to hring ahont.
The .McXrinnvillftA'MfwpriiH: of.thelh
int. saya a goo.1 many hogs are heing
driven from the counties of Jackson, Ovar
tou and White. The price, however, is
declining, the ruling figure heing Cc gross.
hatbrlU. beloarinir te the ntaU o&M. t fiW
too i dWn3, 'frantruir Wirtt kft -Bhia'etittanl
ilng Uii k. leu tret, im wbKb hi
wetlbqUt ' P: i ,.'
TWO aiony URICK DWEliClNQ
pdatalalnK.eUbl- roJsns.CjJ ceKarS, .eutrrnVaS
erVry ronitnU-nrj. 8Je t Uk pbur ( Iti u'ekek,
and partbaer will pbi eimta tirpreals
blr day ef sale, rbef ba U new aeapted l-y
Dr Spirting. ' -
Tnu, Uae-tklrdaik, Leliie tsJia and ek
tiea months', wtlh lBteret," Hea, et: ' " '
M. B, UOWKLL, A4-'l, j
Dm jfc BiXSfK, AoUn,ri. n3T
For Cairo. St. T.onU, Meninhls nntl
unci, llfew Orteano.
THE SPLENDID PAB3BXQER
Packet TyitONK.Ioji llARjrix.
viuflibi, -i -..it. - n. , r.B, wini , wiiisavi
leaveaaabova on THKSUA1, tbs Ilth irtet., at
120 clock it.
For fre-isht or paasaie apply oa hoard, or to
t-uuur.i r jr vv v. Az i.
No "1 irnner Whrf.
HATJUSON A SONS.Ajr'U,
No. & Upper Wharf.
COMMERllAi; INSURANCE CO.
9100 to $S50 per xlfonth.
W ACTED, AtiENTS EVEUTWHEKE.
Male and Female, to sell the tJrmiln-
Imnroreil 4'oiiinioii-Hrnm- t'niullr Mrrr-
liijrHaclilur. Price aly $l.t. Tht Machine
will itieb, heta, fell, tuck, biad, quilt, braid, and
embroider. Tho elath cannot lie palled apart
eren after everr fecsnd stieh r put. Kverr ma
chine warranted three years, tiewl fer rirculars.
rtt r"'" t. it r iriii,,,vV
MaBufnctHrem' Southern Ae-ent.
dec6-Sra LfmUrille. Ky.
Clothier and Merchant Tailor,.
Cor. Stnrkel SI. n I'lil.llr Npunrf,
H AVISO BOI GIIT TlIK ENTIRE STOCK
of ClethiDC awl FuraLtbint: Good of Bam'l
llvman. I .licit the rMtmnare of tha old ens-
tamers and the public. aurinc them ther will
bay Csthiar at prKe not surpMed In tlie city.
llavine; eiirit the service or Mr. J. n . Jud
kitvs, 0. ri. Isaacs and Sra'l Hyraan. who will
still remain to serve their friends and acquaint-
Bettie W. Lovell vs. Franoia M. Mtrrt4t.
IN pursuance of a dseree of the Chaaery Csroet
at Nashville, in above named 1 wM Jl
at tb Courthouse, at NotarlUe, e
Naturtlay, December 39, IH6G,
a lot on Sprinr street, in Edx.Eeld. deaseiUd as
follows r "Bedonlnr on Spriar streat, at MM
earner of o part ef lot sold to Saal SMtkiaau
"JSF.B,f haei alona rr lar Hree tswa3
the Whita'a Oraelr Ttimnilr. m.) aa C-
stone; thenes at right ancels from said ttnU 141
feet to tbs southern line of let Nfi74.fi WwP
morcra tuan ot cuzeiieid; uiense wlUi said
east w icet to oparKrnan's earner: th
il'rayri im to tne neinnlnt.
snx men ins ereuit. n4e r
proved seeuritle. bcarfM
from day ef sale, and Uaii retaituJ.
frera rMemptloB. MORTON B. ilttW
Mm hi. i
aaees in geueral.
I 1 Oil- 1 5 '
OAP'lTAlj Alii. XAI1 IXV
i h-u tii i.
compkt! jsTABritaiiED ik wm.
luaure Balldlngir, Teli, la port. 3Irtban,
ef sale, and !
Kllen Dealia vs. Thoma Rftasell, et aa.
TN PUSUANCE OF A DS43RBE J THsf
Chaneery Court at Naahvtlrs is Ihe aWv
named ranse, 1 nit! sell at the " ffiswsn la
Noshvllle.on ' "--'
Kattirttay, December 29, 1HS6.
tfort ofland eanUinlnr TRooras. as thit wfr '
of Indian and Mill Creeks in the siiah CtooL
District of IlavUsen emoty. iPiSi"!?
i?odf if R?bUt,."r8W J?hB IwCinmithet
Bond, Nswtco Rriley awl othar. See inlr
deaenptlon In Book No. 39. pog m. nf tfca .
TKRM3 OfflALK-irHiotrtlMeTek. 3fse
required, with two approved sewiiW aad, a
Ilea retained. .Sale free from -'nrlina
deeS-tJ . Clerk sdMxetfjUi,
ruse. Ilmueholi yarnltore. and other presertT.ios
v and Jalaad
Tux uten at lownat rates.
the mut liberal terms, ire, Karise,
(Mr Lowe liberally adjusted and promptly paM hs
- Hi Beam,
Jao. II. Hwrc,
Jti. P. KmuAX.
The Stnciilflcent Nteainer,
DR. L- L. OOLEialAlf
O. K. lltiVHAX,
W. II. Kraa.
n: K. Mrrr,
,.- ,,,- TTA3 REMOVED PROM CHBRRr8TR88T
DAVID WHITE, StSSu&
K. O. MrVAtRT hnUnl.
K. ti lltUSS. SettUry. ep-Caip
DR. II. It.
DR. T. J.
TOOK OUT FORBAftGAIXH DA?DWlTm!
"Vrill Commence Hnklngr Itrcnlnr
V T irips to Aewurieaa hm all latermeill-
BOOTS' ADD SHOES.
j?4 -YBtoiV- SQUARE,
openiiMf uf the eaon. The
was nuurehaie.1 rmrujlr fn.
this-trade, and ha been refarnHhed. re fitted,
and tborounblvorerrmuled. and nr.KinuiuH l.v
geed iud(n Ui be one of the inort comhrtabl
and satwtantia! tteamer on thr Western waters.
She is a large side boot, with a rootay and hml
B bandred first s4. asd fifty second tloa pas
wager. Her capacity i eirht hundred toss and
aer aeeammoiiattofia f..r mrrying freight are
uworpaftied. .Staadine a A No. 1 with the Board
ft Underwriter, this steamer coraaiead herself
It. .illim.v. ... I'. .linn T I . I .
.wi'pii.vi vw nan iimaerif, wniienereis-
mare streets, where oft who may datfea hi sw
vies as a Phys4elarf may Sad hto.
Dr. Coleman has. in unnmilui mli. hu
a neat and elei-int fimir m. i . ; n u. M
selected stock ef
nitres, medicines, perftjikkYv
' FANCY GOODS.
gaat ftnl-ih, reader her highly acceptable to tha
,Tba DAVID WHITE will leave Nashville fir
And other article runjllrkrut ia
lishment. whieh bt offers at th low, smi
prices, i as uoooj tre freeB M its time.
ketperand Preacriptlootn at th Drat; 9t)r of
R. P. Jenkln. A Co.. Is whh Dr. CK, aad wM
take pleuura in nailing spaa hoi, atssaoMtu
Prescription pramptlr and a retreat eir tMSr
pounded at all hoars. dwfl-tr
TrusIce'H Sale of Real .Estate,
ew OrleaM on the rlrrt rl in the Cumberland.
Par freight or par apply on board, or to
SnUATTOX, 'IIRXr.YBOY. Aenta,
Va 11 Ttms.l Strx
IIARRI.ON A SONS. Agents.
PURSUANT TO A DEBD 9S TRUST, RA
1 rcntad by Morris harwr, tax H
Jar of Auisst. 1 aaa aaiy regcMSfwu m
OPKNH THIS DAT AN KNTIBK NEW 1
Custom-MadoBootfaandShoeA! LUIIlDCr I LUIUUer!
w4hayilVetaffeWphMalawant !eO.OO() tnlSS "U'W
gr.alTyHp'r0rt,flUBBj U,m at 3Zr S.M lacbe.
oMnMJck Spiirnj; Xe Tiisut s,iaat, w . McPaklanp ji co.,
uut-st . i Born-im' ao. i-i Jiertn uaursestrett.
tha Keter'' offlee.of JavWoa stvttrXr. 1st
book sT pars I . "''1 txpas). t
lie sale at the , CouKlioaje Hoar, ta Jm.
Viiie on Wednesday, the !th Dteaatrsr. mGL
I &e right. tW.aWlattwst. tha saM Mh3
Ksrrer bos in and to a certain pteee at gsaasja
on ijeHlth Summer reer. a .hart cTMaave mM
of thawWtacaofDr. tt h. WlstKrB. aad rWfji
in oa Suusisr feet, aad runtrisr hct IK)
feet Refersare Is rasda 1e solil deed e
and tha sal is mod Ire from resaplhta.
t ale at Cmirthoue. at t: o'efsk, m. Bi
brlU, .IN SON NELSON.
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