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THE CIVIL MIGHTS BILL. i
ArreM'ef Jnilirc MhsrMtlet-T6ari-
tiH . he ThUcn to the rnltcii hinie ,
nn a a
i vie Baitunore bun.
w lately issued by United
Homr Brooks, of tfife at),
A warrant km
for tfce arrent of Jwlce Daniel
tier, of the Second Judicial Circuit
rrlaad. (or vioUtieB ofthc act of C
known aa the civil right bill, uponUie ,
foltewwf afcdavil belore tue tramtf'
"On or about the 25th. day pf Pctobcr,
1S66, a caee lelbrc Judge Daniel It. Ma
xroder, mtting as Judge of the Circuit
Court for Anne Arundel connfy. in which
the plaintiff was a colored wota&, named
tomfortrortdey, and the defendant a white
man, named Frcjtag. The tnt was to re
cover the value of a calf. William Tell
CtMi4, Mot, attorney far the plaintiff, of
fend the Mid Comfort Postley as a witness
in her own behalf, to which defendant's
counsel-objected, and Judge Mrgruder re
fuged io allow her testimony to be taken.
or Um ground tltat the law of the State of
JSlarylaiHl aid not allow a colomi person
to teatify in a ewe in which one of the par
tie wan white, and that the act of Congres?
entitled 'An act to protect all persona in
the United States in their civil right, and
furniah the nieanafor their vindieation,'
wm unconstitutional, and the testimony of
mid Comfort roUcy was rofiiRCd ?nd not
takan by him.
"Thoreforc. I "William L. Vanderlip,
Superintendent of the Freedmen's A flairs,
demand the arrest of the said Judge Daniel
It. Magruder, for violation of the aforesaid
act of Congress.
"William L. Vandkrlu'
"Brevet Major and Superintendent, etc
"Subscribed and sworn to before me this
Sth day or Nevember, 1866.
"Ikaao Bbooks, Jb.,
"United States Commiissioner." 1
An soon as Judge Magruder was notified,
of the issue of the warrant he appeared on
Saturday'last before OomtoiMietierBr6oks,
and, waiving an examination, entered his
own racogmiance for ?lt000 to answer in
the United States District Court at its De
Judge Magrudor at the time o .the deci
sion against the constitutionality of the law,
delivered an elaborate written'opit!bh upon
tlte sflbject; and he lias stated it (o be his
intention to take tho case, after trial before
Judge Gfilos, to the Supreme Court of the
United States for final adjudication. ' If so,
this will be the first case under the law pre
sented for appeal to that tribunalj when it
will necessarily acquire a national im
portance. TIIK MEXICAN QUESTION. .
Froia the N.O. Times. 5
Tlie following letter from a gentleman
wlto resided in Mexico for over two years,
and recently returned to tliia country, will
be read with inUrest. Tho views arc the
deliberate conviction of a man whose pre
judices, when lie first went to Mexieo, were
favorable to the establishment of Imperial
rule, and who is still convinced that only
the t roue liand of forciira power can save
the foir land of tho Aztecs from that state of
chronic anarchy which has bo long obtained
there, and which, unless wise changes are
effected, is likely to prove perpetual.
NiiW Okleans, 5th Dec. I860. Tp the
iJWtof N. 0. Time: I have seen in your
paper an article on Mexico Bigned "Texas,"
and iu other papers and magazines various
other artielcs, relating to different subjectfi
concerning it in a military, political and
commercial sense. Many things which
Texas says are undoubtedly true. Being a
resident of that beautiful country, the
fairest perhaps of all God's earth, I may be
allowed to have some means of knowing
somethinc ooncernlnc its true 'status
One writer in the Southn&tmt Hapamne
very sensibly repeats the injunction of
WhMiingkm "to avoid nil entangling an
llance, (that is, as I understand it, with
foreign natiens.) but bo far as relates to
Mexico and the application at that time of
Washington 8 advice, and the circumstances
then existing all things being fairly con
sidered in the light of truth and philoso
phy, iu a social, moral and political atti
tude I ask, if those circumstances ore the
same new that they were then concerning
Mexico! certainly not; and hence we can
apply the old adage that "circumstances
alter oases," look at tho facts at that time
ami now at this time; it is plain to every
rational mind that the circumstances are
iKit the same, and that a different rule of
Unfortunately for Maximilian, who u
far, very far, from being as. bad a man as
he is n ruler, ho lias been undoubtedly
made the cat's-paw of Louis Napoleon; the
latter, who although a smart uan from as
sociation as a Ixmdon detective policeman,
and drawing largo capital and doing busi
nM in general upon the credit of his uncle,
has at last met his equal, if not 'superior,
frown mnree he leat expected. Napoleon
is BOX the a?k man of Europe, and Bis
mark..hi physieian where I leave him
to sink or swim, survive or perish.
Free and unrestrained intercourse with
all classes and conditions of the people of
Mexico during the last two years in trade
and aariculturo in which I have been en
gaged, having traveled through most of
that country and met wiui some 01 me most
intelligent foreigners of almost every other
nation on the globe, I am bound, in all
truth and sincerity, and regardless of any
pelitioal sentiment of my own, now to de
clare that, recognizing truths and facts
whioh every day stared me in the face in
Mexico, and upon the testimony of tho
Mexicans thomsolvos, high, low, rich and
poor, robbers and demagogues alone except
ed, tliat the exercise or a protectorato by
the United States government for five or
seven years, with an army of 40,000 to 50,
000 until they can select for themselves
under that auspices, tho elements and a
machinery of good government is the only
seJmNbw oftfit whole Mexican question. When
established, compel tho Mexicans to re-speet-and
obey it. Nay more; lam sup
ported in this belief by eome of the most
intelligent Officers of rank and distinction
:.. u.- b 1. :.. f :. i. ,.
didly admitted ihe fact that theFrcncli gov-
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eminent auu puopie were incauauic ui ac
couplicliiHg what they had undertaken. '
Send an army of good and true soldiers
to Mexieo, and my word-for it, all will be
well with tho United States and Mexico,
awl the rest of the world. Traveler.
Fr tho Cbie&ro Times.
Or THE 1RESEXT CONOnEAS.
The individual familiar with tho rise and
progress of this republican government;
who coMiprahends tho intention of its
founder in the distribution which they
made of powers through the legislative,
executive and judicial departments; who
appraaistsjs the intent ami necessity of that
system of checks and balances originally
develoied in the construction of co-operative
and yet lmliendent departments, con
sisting of a Senate representing States, a
House representing members of States
sovereign in all iwwors not expressly yield
ed to the fjenoral government, of a general
government triune in Its construction and
operating only upon limited powers contri
Imted by the Stetos a person comprehend
ing all thefc things, we say, and acknowl
edging thr Infinite beauty and justness,
will see with profound astonishment and
alarm the present character of our govern
ment, j , r ? .
Instead of witnessing the operation of
equable and co-operative departments, each
mapraj within ascertain limit and yet al
wwycoxemsU oolyjco-otdinate powersj ha
discovers only a monstrosity, in which one
member of the body politic has become
swoifefl to ejAOraoos proportions, and iri
which the other members have becoma
.hruken inl owerless. In riiort, in
plsf of a government of co-ordinate pow
ers, there is but the mere tliadon of
a government wjwrf from- tht? hhirap Con
gress. If we take the legislation of any single
day we shall find that Congress uooa not
eve preserve the pretence of limiting itself
to itc oerjItltBtiotml functions. On Thurs
day, for instaBce, there were bills intro
duced to take posseasiea of telegraph lines;
to regulate the solemnization of marriage
in Utah; providing a committee to inves
tigate a riot occurring within the municipal
lonhdarie1i of New Orle&nfad'aTaesjure
looking to the teUblkuincntofimartial law
in the Southern States- in States which;
whatever may be the doubtfulness which
wirrouuda tlie origin of their .present gov
ernment, have been recognized as States by
the viry power which now proposes to
jdace taoia under jnartial law.
Tltese particulars makeup the burden of
a single day's proceedings;- and they con
titme but a drop in tho bucket. Each
preceding day of this and 'the hut session
wm quite as fruhfufin the production of
HMAfurea of which not a single one belonged
legitimately to this swollen usurpation
which is called & Congress. I
niing all the fimoiioiM belonging to oo-or
1rrefHonrbk tyrannv. By its legislation
Preference t othe 00 nstitutfonal nre-
the chief executive, it will, in
nttlc time, reduce tlie office of the I'reei-
dent until it will become great slmm like
tke royalty at tfcc head of Great Britain.
jtad4 the -eoorraitv of this congrea-
Cowremtive rote of the .North to the ex-
cluUea vote of the HoaOu m should have a
clear majority opposed to thW Confrreaa.
It m a question of the utmost moment as
to.hpw this thing riLcnd. When a single
d&ra$tjBnt of tlib internment, represent
ine at minority of the people, can uwirpand
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exercise wnii impunity powere uviunemg
to the oiorjlLnalj departments; pnd,hcii,
in audition to this, it overrides the rights 1
of States, and acknowledges no control
wive its own will, there is reason to fear, not
that our repobLeaa form of government is
endangered, but that it is already at an
mJ. It i not the name, bnt Hi acL wlileH
conatitatac a tymmiy; am 0110 may be none
the leas destructive that it in known, as a
Congrew, isiitead of an autocracy or an
The present moweM imieratively de
mande the attention of jwfirioU. The usur
pation of powers belonging tp tho nation by
a body known a a Conerem". m an harmful
ae a uMiriMtton of the saiac power by a
ootiy caning liaeii a ixmieueracy.
TEUItintn-. AFFKATw IX fMQXKOE j
From the Chattanooga Union, Dec. 11.
We learn that on Sunday evening,
Sweetwater, Tennessee, was the scene of a
terrible affray, resulting in the deaths of all
the participants. It appears that Captain
Wat Jenkins, ferrscrJv -of Marietta; Ga.,
had been for several days in Sweetwater,
attend in c to strtne private business, when
on iMindnv evenioc wlien passintr near tlie
railroad depot, he waS accosted by thrqc J
men beloneinc to Athena, .Tennessee, .two
of wliom were brothers, namedMcOaughey;
the name of the third is unknowns ' An al
tercation ensued, when pistols were drawn
by the party. LaptaiRjJeukins iwaa ,mor
tallyVourtded.nMit befdteTkllin? Succeed
ed in firing at his assailante, killing one of
the McUauliay 9 instantly, anil mortally
wounding the other two men. We under
stand that all of the parties have since
died, ilie allair produced considerable ex
oitement in Swostwatef, where all the par
ties ware well kaowju ' I
The unfortunate affair originated during
hill; vt.il. i - tiiiTr;aii 111.1b 111 itiuutii 1
18G4,a raid was made nto.-the town of
Athens by a bushwhacking party, and dur
ing tlie lime they occupied the town, Mr.
McGaughey, the father of the young men
concerned in the melee on Sunday, was
The McGaugheys were Union Inen, and
aswc understand it, Capt. Jenkins was an
officer in the raiding party and believed to
be concerned in the killing of Mcfiaughey.
WiiBN completed, the militarj- fortiGca-
tions in progress at Fort Clarence, Halifax,
will be nruone tho most effective in
Cincinnati is to have a new-reservoir, .
covering fourteen acres, holding 100,000,-
000 gallons of water, and costing $1,500,-
000. Work .on it liewsbfcen'bcgiii. f
The official report shows that in the
year 18C4-'5, f 5f O.QOaOJK); were, ex ponded
for tiie kim'ression olUndiau hosUliiie.
Tun faculty of Yale College have for-
biden thelieothoven Society of the college
to give any public concerts in future.
The provincial parliament of Canada
has passed ati. act wjiich provides "that
congregations and others owning churches, 1
and individuals, corporations and compa
nies owning halli, theatres, or ttflSr build
ings ued for the purjtose of holding pnli-jl
lie meetings, or places of public report or,
amusement, shall be required (o have the
doors of such building so hinged as to often
x A member of the Wine Growera' State
Convention, held in Ban Francisoo ' lost j
month, said Sonoma county would havej
uu,ouu gallons tUM season, ami uiei3iaie;
some 1,500,000 gnllotw, all of which would ;
be offeml for export.
Tub Florida House -of Jloureaentatives
litis adopted a reitort and resolutions iipon
11117 iLm- 111 j 1 1 . ubw . : k. 1 a 1 m v r i inn 1 . ix
Lieutenant in the British Army, who vol;
uiiteered for the Confederate cause, and (I
subscfjiiently was placed on the staffs o"!
Gens. Bragg and Lee. Owing to a misun -dcrstanding
with the Cbnlederafc Whr le-
partmeiUj, he (reaignl, and subsequently,
while hunting on the prairies of Illinois, j
was arrested and triel by a military com
mission, for conspiring to release Confede
rate prisoners at Camp 'Douglas, and to'
burn Chicago. He was sentenced to death, 1
but the sentence was commuted to imprij.-
onment for life at tho Dry Tortngas, where
he uow is. The committee say .that the
charges are utterly groundless, and the,!
Colonel is .1 victim to perjury. They sat I
that there are about five hundred prisoners I
now at Dry Torttigas.
WITH A FOLII) CA VITAL AND ASSETS OF
And its Stock flrtttlr'neld at SlVi. thoniCENIX
taud. dwwrvudlj at the lnnil of Sound Fire liuur
ir-:. MAGIM. (lenrriil Atrent,'
WWvrn Brain h Office, Cincinnati.
I. 1. tT.CU. ItiMritl Acenl,
iMiK-ir p. . 31 (4lSiglaiet
m t ia
1 I'' .
Antl Illel(HtlfcuM,-!- 9B1
Nashville AgoncV: 31 College.
I. I. VBCIt; '
, 1 s , J IV.
iifelnHinnocCo!Hliiny rrfltl inthisfctsle
KOK THK TRKATMENT OF
' 1 ' 1 ' 1 "it i li y
1 1 s 1; A S ES O F W,ft JXES.
- IATIITS TrtBATr.O ATTIIKIU
mils t.tfi, 'MMiII Hbatir -aafwUM
street, between Cullere ami Clierrr itreWi.
IV. JiaCTU tiiuitl nanrnalinn In ntflpM th-if lln nmunt I I (Hill , . . . U: L.'.'miI
J1 I CoBgreaaHHrseoU only a minority of the ' barr.u e xFriL supWniriour.,i -
CHHTrCS?, MAAnLi) -Iat If m-a taxis? t Iia nAnAitr( Atul I . a
3 NORTH COLLEGE STREET.
j 28 bopheadi DtmerarS 8nsrJ . . Z
. 60 barrel CVmhed ud Powdtrtd djani.:
SO barrrls X OHcmi MolM I , tttJ
300 baxea Troctor & GunblV &P ri.atti -1
190 twxM-roHoiu braaib SdiprtJ l ' '-
106 ti siirdio j,,
100 IwxMLXiUovfoodlM, liu-preued ;
50 boxtrtfii ChwIns'TS)aoc5
Jf) sjoeihqtToteeot . . 't
.G barrel SaukIo,Tptacco.; ,k ., a
a krg) F.nglUlia , Mn,.' .. .'
40 nM 1 and 2 lb. cam Of itrra i( j
60 boirs Pepptr 1 ,
60 Uxr Spies; j, . , ,
SO boxes Indigo ;
0 boxef Gronad Mtutard ; , ,. , ,i
. 25 b4rreliJlasoa'ElK:kln; lrt , ., ,.Ji
CC boxc pint, quart and balfiptloa, JBotUaj(
0 boxn Carrctt'l 8naH; tl. , ,
0. gro Sorkte'i Slnln;;
25 barrcli Bonrbon thlsk7 ,
25 barrels obertun Coontj Wbiiky ;
lOOa Toot Hasb, Proof WUky.v
,100 barrl.Oingtr. Cordial ; ,
15iatTdfllngcrWini.-.. ,f- .,
15 barrebi weet Wino I . . ,f
50 barrel Qrap Vinegar
25 barrel! Lemor Sjrnp;
00 boxea Starch , r , .,.
40 dotenSpfteU; (. .
SO dozen Broonu ; .
200Q Flour Stctp; - j
, w boofssaneaiAnaTi , i , .:,..
&0 Ixneffasjorted Candy if, ,
Brandy, Rum, Gin, Winw,,or varioni i braodi, at
WEAKIiKY xt .YAUOaQUQIl'S.
No. 3 North College ttrntttaahTU!V Te'n'neaiaei
T trt eeill-Sm
R. R. CIIEATH1U.
R R; Gheathanrfe Gor,
' . DEALERS- IN ' v-
. . w. - ,
Cor. College aiid.,CIiurclr-Ji.i.
, !. ..V . lit i .
Ur.EI: CONSTANTLY ON IIAND AND
fou saxjs u
100 bags choice Rio Collee. " . . !
1 25 bbls Crushed, Powdered and- Grantf-
lated Sugar. ' :'
140 bbls Coffee Sugar.,- .
50 " Mackerel, No. 1 and 2.
25 " " No. 3.
150 kits " Nol,2and?.
200 boxes Star Candles. - '
125 " Soap (assorted.) ' ),J,;,
5 Tierces fresh Bice. 1 1
25 bbls Cider Vinegar. 1 -(
C50 " "Extra. Family Flout, Spring
field and Port Royal Mills.. !
lOQ bbls, bbls and kegs country Laid.
5 tierces Dried Beef. "
50 bbla N. O. Molasses and Syrups.
50 bbls Sorghum Molasses.
10000 bushels Cotton Seed.
Together with an assortment of
FRESH CANNED, FRUITS,
Toiudiocs, ' -f
II !i and Cherries,
and Pepper Sance,
Spiecs, Pepper, ete.etc.
' "iT "i"
J I JuiV5 . U vil''tO' to.
iVOHQST. WHICH AKI
6 J"Pipes'Fine Brandy, j
Uennesey, OtariL Dupey & Co
31 United Vineyard: Proprietors;1850,
A 1 T?a1.11 Sl
1 4 J1VU1W1E,
3 Puncheons DestlriahandScotch Whisky
2 i Pipes Jamaica Rum,
6 1 Pines N. E "
C5 i casks Sherry and Port Wine, all
8 casks pure Malga Wine,
4 Pines Dure Holland Gin:
75 boxes St. Marceaux Champagne.
qo p.m ' '
125 boxea Claret, very fine.
10 bbls "Old Crow," 1855, warranted su
perioiLtony, pyeroffered inNashville.
185 bblflplirebeitsonCountyord'and fine
130 ' tkrorpon, augradesj
23 " Apple Brandy, pure,
8 " Peach Brandy, pure.
t - ' '
Anisct. Ctiracoa, Absyitthe,
Mariischino, Wampoo Drakes,
riantatioil and Bokers' Bitters
5,000 Oenulne Imported Havana Cur an,
110,000 Baltimore, all grades;
Together with a general tssortmeot of Staple
and, uncy uroeerics.
' II. B. CITEATHABI fe CO,
novll to janl5
l. H. UltIT,
Frmfrlj of ll.ury ra.
JAMU M. itR,
of Wllllaraien rouht j.
c. if. oaawaT,
of OOea county.
t. . aiBrtx.
tot IlmitlTtil, Ala,
eiR onoiJiY & ti,
Xok- 5 and 7 Broad Street.
XASUVIIXE TENS ESS EE.
! ' ' 1 - 11 ! ) '
mE BKQ LEAVE TO BETUBK THANKS TO
I ourf riundi fur the rerr, liberal .share of paU
ronagvbetevd 6 pci -oB r b OOM ' th a tRUonJ
and would aay that, hTlng aalargwl oar CttiUtk
br .toring cotton, m an now prparI to gtre
very attention to the (tonga, aale and ahlpnuat of
all cotton onr friend, may entnut to onr can. W
prcmlM taat eiery effort wilt ba,oMd to eeenn tn
Ttry nisbeat market price, whether told ben or 1a
tfm make cain adrancee on. all Ootton c ptbar
PruJuce ahipped ta u. Onr .term ahaU, always I
a low ai any other reliable heme. , . 1
JA1IE3 M. 6ABSST and T. AaUTLE wUl
Kite their nndiTtded attention to the Ootton Depart
ment, and will .train every narre to make it to the
WeNotm aimarf keep a full.teefc of Oroeerleif
BKjlng, Rope and Twine, and all grades or flour
for tale at the knreet prioca
WANTED. W. widi toporchaee waabed and
wuhed Wool. Feathera aad Dried Trnlt. and
Fancy Flonr! Fancy Flour!!
TvWnl eep'conrUBUj on tJ.tieWnil
WnOerlTni ''hlch we offcr to the trad at tie
twtth Mtrt will So wUl to ixmla
our .Tour befor. pcrchaaiec.
Office of-tfrTraTeliBr Asescr
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St. Louis Mutual Life Imiirtutco&ty
r'l n the States. otlSsodTrnia!3se6. . i
yoVfttr of iYlni laiul cnarvb streets,
XtWKmllli'. rre.cStore,-jMlVro,renBV '
nort tf JonN D. KLIME, Agect.
I A nnn? -r i t ..
WM. LYON & CO.,
Cemmissioii and Fonvardiug
erchaiit3 and Dealers.
WE WOrjLD Ah'NOUNCK Tl) OOROIiI 00
tomen, and the trading pnblio tvneral!j-,
Warnovppparrdwithalarge and wfll-aMorlrd
)"'-,' t. 1 . tT
Axles, Horse Shoes and TnI9y',1
rt Carriage and MacMuoHBoit,""-'!
BUektmiUi Tools, Axei, Grind. tohce, r-amp Cualiii
and .Tnlilcg, Hames, -Conarr, Lof and - Drewiag
Chalna. Eaib. Clau. Strair-Cntten. Gorn-Shellen.
Cemsnt, Land Duter, llnbs, 8 poke., Felloe., -Cin
cinnati aieei na riitjuarg: nrongut. Jron,. riowi,
water rntM. Also, the celebrated
ifj farlbtii other articles In 6tl'r hno. ' '
.,. , WSL iYpX & CO.,
..: 1 Ho. t5South,lIarktitreet,t
. t r i t . m - .
Vres ATiraee copy.J
Soutlieajst Co 11101.- of'
Church and College Streets;
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., JJASIIVILLE. XTiJINESE.
FORWARD I Nl G
' . it fi
PR C! "lT;0 E, ,-:
' G K O C 33 B S,
Fltrar, Bacon, liard,
IKID FKPIT, Etc., Eic.
Orders Oiled Willi Car? nt tbe Eg west
Market Pricey. I ,
i-i' 1 ir '1
(TOR LARGE WAREHOUSE enables 51 to of
fer superior inducements to. Planters and others
Snipping their Cotton and other Produce to ns.
on whUh we will make
Sell, Slotie.,,or Ship, on Hie most
Parties favoring, us with their business may
depend on it .receiving prompt And careful
attention. A. A. SPENCER A. CO;,,
,:iSoulheast corner of Church and College sts.
-B: 8. Huiiltok.
Jaucs R. GiEsy.
Late James R. Qreen & Co,
B. S. HAMILTON. GHEEIT,
NO, S5 CHTJROH BTREET,
A RE K0W RECEIVING, IN ADDITION
IX. to their present stock, per steamer Havana
75 bags Coffee, all grades;
75 hogsheads Sagort
m t 1 n a- o .
20 barrels Crushed and Powdered Sugar:
OH kKA1e nMnnlata.1 Rtirtr '
200 barrels choice leur ;
50 V, barrels Nos. 1, 2 and 3 Mackerel :
100 kits do.
5 drums Codfish ;
SO boxes Herrings;
20 cases Indigo and Madder ;
10 bairs Pepper and 5ni64;'-
100 boxes Tobacco; r . .,, f
lou aoxen uuckcis auu
76 boxes Cheese;
r (i 1 T1.. 1. . .
50 kegs "English Soda; ' '
25 boxes English Soda; ... . ..
aOOloxes Star ana Tallow Caddie;
lOO'baxasBoa'p; ' '.
aOkeraSvniD. verr choice:
100 reams Paper; . 'I'i"
Cl po boxea ana. nail Boxes, uauins. ., , j
FIQE CKACIiEIta AND TORPEDOES
100 boxes Fire Cractew; ' "
10 boxes Torpedoes; ' H .
Snuff, Ors'ters. 6ardineCanned Fruits, Brandy
Peaches, Pine Apples, Nutmegs,. Cldree, Ginger,
Flasks, Jars, Brooms, Pepper Sauce, Tomato
We also invite attention to our. large flock of
Robertson nnd Bourbon TVlilsIilcs,
V1U rurv,ouoil7 auu uauciia luvo, vuuu,-
pagno. Brandies: Rum, Qir, and the celebrated
'(VHOW WHISKY." , 1-
We are constantly rcplenbllng bur stock; 'and
are determined to jell as low as any housediJjUie
city tot UAoii.
v B. S. ISAJTII.TON AGREEN.
COTTON AND TOBACCO .
AND QIXKRAL ' 1 ' '
.1 So; 5 Sonlh MorkoMStrcet. , . -j
, . 1 "T
.1.. L. surra. Logan county. Kentucky. v
THoa. raSEES. I&te W. J. & T. Parkea.
a. B. stabs, Tuscaloosa, Alabama. - .
TTAVINQ TAKENTTlE ABOVE WlIRE
JLL IlQUSE. wo are prepared to do a General
Ccmmission .Business, and irill keep constantly
on nana a large supply ot
GRAIN, Etc., El,
For the Trade at COW PRICKS,
Xoshvllle Cotton Market.
It is a generally admitted fact that the plan now
adonted In Tobaeco sales of selling: at Acctiow.
reserving the pririlegeof rejecting the best bid if
not satisfactory to tne nanter, nat given more
satisiaclion, anaumtorniy causea i-roauce to
Sell Higher than Any Other KethoS,
and believing that thiswill prove eaualiy as satis
factory in Cotton as Tobacco. Messrs. Smith,
Parkes ;i btxit, ot nasuriue, xennessee, cave
concluded to adopt this plan. ,
ITS ADVANTAGES ARE NUMEROUS.
It dram tOMthsr&It the bnrefr in this and
lojeiccr aii wo outers in tnis ana
r markets. thaeomrietition .between
res the'highest market price for'each
i. Each bale U before the buyer, so
many otner martcets.-u
that he can see its condition, trithia sample fulbr
drawnshomng its quality:
iSr- ThA nwrnir either in prsAn. fir tnrnnoK
his agent, has the right to reject the sale,when
the price l not aaUsfactory ."6a '
. 1 . , 'k . A. . - J a t Ti I 1
x uce auvanittsm are iKsmi iu lac i iinier
with the, same expense of selling as under the old
intra. Thetih"irnalsatIfarti(riTff-lo all
who have ever tested this system it preef thattkis
is par exeeMesoe the best that can be had. )
levia u '
HILL McALISTER "k A1LEIV,
(Snccessors to J. A. McAllster & Co-.,
Commission and Porwarding
C0TT0H AHD TOBACCO PACT0HS,
Cor. UroaJ and College Sts., '
PS BS3PECTFUI.LY IHVITE DDK T El ENDS
If ud allprrson Thltlng tbe cllj lo l and Xn
amine onr Ocaltv-r - . . , . . i
Clothlnff,' Furnishing jBoods, JfctrtJhTf,
Belbre porchaalng elsewhere. We are dUrmlned
to does oat, aad gnaraaU satlsEKtlen in Reality of
good and price of aame. YT hav a
VVUU STOCK i TO REJECT..' ROJJ,
And penoas can prepare &r tbe jnuUIDiva a; a
gnat aavlag l.y S'AL1!-'.. - ' "Ivi." "...
nev90-lm 2i Pnbllo Square, NaihrlUe, Tni, J
1 S D UUIAUU,
18 G G !'
1 . j
A K gL0 A NT ASSOETJIKfiT OK , Ht'KKY
v thing nevr and desirable. Onr toc.k of
I. unsnrpaned br anv in the conntii... AUa. mrr
VHjVET, SILK, aml-OLOTH CLOAKS,
Spleiidia SHAWLS, '
, '" I10SIKRV, '
SIKH'S AXD LADIES UNDERWEAR!
:' " otoVrs: ETC1.', etcJ 1
In.short, jery thing In our Iineof ,l'Diin!j lauglit
npon-thri most HtetU4fiat'l5nd "at ' tirirta'thHt
Wnofiliopivc,at.factlentL. . ) ,. ,U-
Ercrjlliln? Sell ii'of tliivIit-'Jl,
Cnd wlllsly. turn ont.a. reprefe-pUtl.
' It. 1. KlniCiA'l ItltiK,
No. 5A nnllfwn itFMt
oct22m.pll',' ' Old sUn'd'of It. C. ilcjJAlry 4 tt.
s. a. nixni.T
I lilt liKAIiSlI A V & l it.,
' : 11. 11 1.
; xcife Wlut.l Dealer, in ,
'!'' ' ' '
NOTIONS, flLOVES,' HOSIERY, ETC.,
I'' 1 MM ll,WI -.111
1. : ' t.:f. ! .
I A . UAV E IN STORK A WELL AS30ETED
V V stock of every thing embraced under the head
or. ineaoove una or goods, we Know tfiat) we can
make it to the interest of ttie trade to buy from u.
tve mTiio an impaction or onr
Splendid, ,ov and Heavy Slock. 1
Believing, from long eiiwrleuce, that we know the
traae, ana are preparea to supply its wants.
HUNT & CO
3Vo. 10 Union Street,
.VUU. T t U1J X-A .., AUiiil AAJJ1-.A- i
r..' "i .If,. r
TjA,YE ON IIAN-a j'E ST0CK,0F 8
..,,...'( . i . . i
JOHN H. EVERETT AND JOHN XT.
i (MURRAY, 'who are carrying on the business
of,,the above firm, would respectfully call tho
attention ot their mends and ot tbe public gene
rally to this stoekf NEW GOODS.
Mr. ETerctt and. Mr. Murray aro, and always J
ftvo ueen, resiueuu ui naauviiiu ur iu vicinity,
and consequently are identified in interest with
, Their house is the same occupied bv J. B.
Eyerettand II. R. Buchanan for the period of I
iocriecn. years previous to we nur. iney return -
to the business again, nojangto snare tne patron
neetif a ccnerous nubhe. To their old friends
and numerous customers they would say, "Como r
and Sec us,1' believing that the satisfaction here-'
tofora given will be a sufficient guarantee forthe '
I. BE. LA5TIER,
, (Jjite of Lanier, Pliiliip,i Co.,)
Wholesale Grocer and Cojnmission ;i
, . Merchant,
SO. ?9 SOUTH lARItET STREET, ;
,iiX' . NASHVILLE. TENNi
T.IUYE JUST RETURNED ER0M NEXf
1 York and Baltimore, where I nurchased a .
ixen stock of Groceries, and am now opening at 1
my old stand, No. 39 South, Market street, where
I will be'pleased to see my' friends and the pnb- '
lie generally. I shall endeavor to sell Groceries '
at such prices that merchants will find it to their '
interest to buy' in Nashville instead of going
farther. Any business entrusted to me will meet ;
with prompt attention. j
The following articles comprise a part of my J
siock in store ana receiving:
Fair to Good Demerara Sugar, Crushed and .
'Powdered Sugar, Cut Loaf Sugar, Ground arid
i car. A., it and G Coffee buear.
Stuart's Extra Syrup, Ch6ice Rio Coffee, La-
guyra .'Coffee, Old Jttnvemment - Java Coffee, i
rCTi Hi lirl i :i : i i - II: L' .. .
CUUtCO JUCB, .? UCI.llUMAtlU.9t AVO X.1VU 0JiUl, j
uieariaesi'uneeae,"fepner, uace utnger, ispice.
t ire t
i Crackers, Star Candies, Soap, Concentrated
, Indigo,1 lladder, Durkte's Yeast Pewder. i
Srouhd. Jlustard,i. Pepper, Spice; etc.: and n
general stock of Liquors; Copper and Lead-
all of Which willbo' sold low to tno trade.
nnov25-3p,, . L. II. LANIER.
JOHN" D. JAMES,
Lkte'lof'tlie'nrmof Pot ntyjames tt Co.
. hr iii; lei-,.. . ' '
lVJt plesalq, CJ r o c.ci;
, ;,Cdmmlssion lVIerchant.
K0. 6' : s6UTir,! MARKET STREET,
- . h . 'U. :
,ASnyil4l,K, TENNKSSE, ,
ATOW BKCBIVIN0 A LABOR LOT OF OBO-
i.1 ceries, "consliting of Klour, Bacon, Sugar,
CoHwvetc ' i
.Special attention given to the sala and shipment of
fjotton and other Produce. octl2-tf '
, r-i ,
lioMOINE & -WIliLIAMSOir,
4;, tl. Tcllitepts-
flfficfl NlK U'.I' .fcfiorry St', near Chutch'.
K BOX 3.7,5 w.ASHVUxLE;
T1LAN3. SPEOiriOATIONS AND ESTIMATES
X promptly-executed' A variety of Drawings for
Cottages. Villas:1 Hot nouses,' Gardens, rariu.etc,
to suit' alt localities and tastes can be seen at this
John Rirkman, Geo. S. Klnny, It. H-.Thompson,
W, T. JJerry, A. J, Dunf an, Robert Thompson, and
JHV.B. WW anrrc.y
dPECrF'lCATrbNSAND FORKING DRAW
OLNG3,made with orwlthont-superintendance
utuccy al tne Jlaiwew iijouse.
Jon dvKRTox, J. J. McCisif.
W. D, Fjrt,TO. K H. Ejist.
AKER0YD & D0BS0N,
;N. W- COR. CHOK0H AND maH 3T8.,
Hashillle, ... Tennessee
PLANS, KLKVATIONfl, SF.8TI0NS, FULL
slxed Detail drawings and Spedfieatient, 'com
plete and entire, (with, or without superintendence,)
for tvry class of Ecclesiastical, Civil and Domestic
ng. Also, designers of
Monuments, Stained (ilass, and Polo
H. if. AKER0TD
W. K. D0BS0N
f 1 - J
FJRENOH BUBR MILL
X ILL. SPINDLES. MILL MACHINERY.
Ill nf.ll .ltiAn.. cinip.t. a . I.
Urilt Alillay Hoisting Screws, iimnt Machines,.
Belting and Bolting Cloth. Screen Wire, Mill
Piers. Plaster of Pant, always on handland made'
to order. All work sold by me warranted. I also,
contract for the-erection of flouring Mills. - j
Corner of Ool!ej;' tahd Xtronri 8tret,
Robert i.1" 6aeuihes, jE.r .
HASPKRMANENILVfiETTLSD IN NASH
VILLE, where ho will pursue thepraetieo
o the Law in all the Courts of the city. Office on
Ooileg .strost; Over the Bank bf the Union,
adjoining' the office of CiatrruSas i Coorn.
DOCTOR JOSEPH JQJfES,
' tlJ)J tjtfgW, aWBOilJ "
Xutlonal'iervlcea to the citiuns of NashvUle.
-Offlce at hW residence N. 7"Nrth VfBe street.
P. M. RYAN,
Wholesale and Retail k t
3)1 U G GIST
Corner Church and Cherry Sts..
ul 0101 -. rfT
I .:. - it .
chemjqAls,"1", .ow,. .
M rAiNirs.iLs;' -
'DYESTUEPS,' EtaEtct Etc
I. . t,l lii'W
WTF. ARE NOW TfrRKnRTPT.nA'TiATtnT!
JI and. varied stock of FANCY GOODS of
iitutu, jp.ugusuiana Ameriranmaunlacturacon-
Lubin's Extracts, Fino Bdaps, ' ' ,
tiair. Tooth, and Sail Brushes, . t
Combs, Toilet Powder.
Pomades SfaKnosl every'vaxietv.
Also, a.large sfdck of Toilet Jveb.'cdmnriifne
twenty-five different patterns, the finest assort'
inght to tbe city. ...
vjuoi yii. i uuo Aieaa ana.incg. xnrpentine. and
Window Glass, (all sires,) Colors in Oil; which
we are ofierinr on th mnmt
i "Ul , v-n. nnissies, oi be purest qual
ity for medieinal jpurposes. tr - t
A fall stni.tr nf riff,-, -n.T TA.M. f v. 1..
time particularly invited.
11U - l-Jtll
ED. WILDEEi & CO.,
LP o& a? p, oa,sxi f p?'
t.. W W 1 '
''ASTDt --' -:
1 1 . i J i '
n t i nnm i Titij1
XTE HAVE REMOVED TO OUR 7SEW
And Spacious. Whorehouse, MarblcSFront,
JTortli Side of Mnih strcetj
NEARLY OPPOSITE LOUISYILLIl .HOTEL,
0SK D008 BKtOW TBS COENEK QT BIXTS,.
Vhere wo have opened an en.U'rely aew stack of
uooas. ana will otter to the trade, together with
A varied as3or;mentif
D rugglsts' Fancy, Gp.odsi;
Liquors, Cigars, ana! Qabaccd,
Comprising tb.e?:moVtcdmple't'0 Miolkaientui
II one , house in this country. All cf which we
shall offer at manufacturers', and less than tnanu
lacrarcrs- prices. maroi-raiy.
Uj3 fcUofl flUlttWU
An Elegant Stock of FalLand
Wiiitcr, Clothlagand ,Ocnt'
Jbnrnisuing CJous. j . t i
ITI7NTINOTOX"H, lllnbtlc Square
Fine Drab' 'Melion Suits.
nUNTINGTOS'S, 14 Pnblle Sqnaro,
IKexr Styles JTobbj' Streef7Ctiats
Elegant BrotrnIelton Bus
iness Suits. 4
Business Suits. '-
l ', Boys' St'Ucol Snijfe1.: I
Oxford Mixed Business Suits.
. Ht?mNGtdlf!S, I.,EnblcbWrjp.
Elegant Plain Btrsins Sui4.
niOTlXOTON'Slt labile Rjnarc,
t i;t- i
Children's . Cape. 1 Orercoats,
A Fin el Assortment of Sole
ITUNTIKOTOVS, 14 Public Square.
Yon t lis' Business Suits".
Silk JXixed Cossimere Busi
HIJSTIXOTON'S.-H Public Square.
TY VIRTUE OF A FT. FA.'TO ME DIREOT-
J3 ed and delivered, from the Circuit Ceurt of
DaVidson county, Tnn Jfwill, expose L&vpuhUd
sale, to the highest bidder.'tbrcaslr. at taffCBttrt
House door in the city or jNashville, on SAT
URDAY, the 22d day -of December, 1866, all the
ngnt, title, claim, interesi ana estate wnun
Jason 11. Austiri has in the following described
tract or parcel of land, bounded 'as. follows:, On
the north by Wm. H. Hogan's and Oeorge Riah-
ards', on tbe west By Airs, xounrs ana uenai
Clark's, on the south by J. Rnache'a beio. on
the east by James Ualloway and" Mrs Wright
.W m BAV, UIVIC t'l IbN, UGIUH IUD )UU
on which the said Jason Hi'Austin now lives,
levied on as the property of tahl Austin, to sat
isfy said execution in my hands for collection
against James H. Charlton-, Jasen H." Austin,
and Thomas A. 11 arris in favor ef George Kieh
ards November 6, ISfid. . . .
tin ,rtf,H MAvA- 7t. ,.M . . h. . n 1 1. . I n .t
. H. ii. 1 ATxlstwOJi, Sheriff.
Ur Jno. Tf. 110RXTt.-9oeelal benntr.
WHOLESALE AND RETAHV
FANCY GROCERY STORE,
No. 1 North Cherry Street,
NASHVILLE r WwwfcsSKK.
Keep coNBTAjrrnr oh hand a4 targe
and complete! assortment of .everrthta? la
their Una of. the , .
Importers 4bf',flViM "SStmrn
OUZWISO TPBOOQ4t aUly.
O- ISMITH," II
,1 (H1i'ii i 1
A T T AuB' BKK VjAi X. . 1a A "W,
OFFICE, No. ,:Cherrv sUaetrirth'V
Deadcriek street. sspt-T
OF CITOiCE .
'ill .I' .' . ,
Middle-. (Tennessee Land
Ithln Revon, MilesL or .Vnshvlllc
f 1111111 .Uw.J-r.-i TT-.rf ) J. tiff.'
"' ,"! 'It'tlllSic m..''1 f );-,HI
'-. !.!! t Jl. ,
' ltM.4 oi I .! U , . J ,, , 1 , -, .
fPIlE IJDERSjQNED, OFFERS FOB SALE
" 1 rOOO Arrejiiff the Traet?of baa on whieh
heinidej It iSusccptiMe,ofJconvenient divi
sion, is exrcedinclr rich. aMti'Ij eeeinlly
-ndaptcU to. tlnatscau. Oao-half of the traet
is now in luxuriant grass, tbe balance in timber,
which, by the aid of the North western Railroad.
vhlehjlatgeea through. it. could be sold.in Nash,-
ville lor moro than the whole land would cost.
If-voti desire, fine of the best' Stock i'arnu
ever ogereu lor saic an Davidson county, apply
atoned. Ioiri determined to if 11.
. X offer, also a large nnaW of Tboroncli..
1rea StocU-evtral fifie Stalliofii frerffaur
la ir years oid.a, tew Alares, ana a camber el
on ana two year oiu tiu some ox them rn
fine csnditlen' to be trained the hett sessen: - '
onjiani pro year oldUoltj some of them rn
. If ihe Stallioni are uqf oldfoon, they will be
fanned on favdfaiiletenns.
I ah o offert for sale a.,pair.of Tlioronsh
brcd Geldings, well watched and broke to
Hnrnek. - ' T. Hi UARDIXG..
Jeccjnbcx6.o0,-tf . ( , s
The Louisville ConricrAugusta Conjtitation,
alist. Mobile Advertiser HM RegUter. cdpy tb
the amount of $20 and forward bU&tO.thil OSce.
Gen. W. Barrow's Houses 'and lots.
sell at publio auction, on the premises, on
ThursdnjvIeceinbec27,-lSS6, . J
the 'three fine dwellinghousn on, Cherry street. ,
at and near the oerner of Gay street.. These,
hnnftpn nm well nnilt. ehnveniontlv lfU.4tAt 'fhr
bnsineis men; and each house contains sir good j
rooms uesiaea kitchen, serrantr rooms, c
ALSO, tho three small dwelling houses in the
rear of tne above, on Gay street. Each of these
houses contains sis rooms, and is well suited for
ALSO, the vacant property on the corner pf:
bummer ana. umo streets, ibis property jrm
be divided into six lots jour on Summer street
and two on Lino street.' Two of the' Sflmmtr
street lots front each 35Hfeet, and run back 125
feet-. The other two front each 35 feet, and run
back 175 feet. The lots on. Line street front 25
fcet.each. and run.back fleeti, . .
THE TERMS Of sale of all tEls property wUl
be tine-fourth cash.' and the residue- on credits
ofikir. twelve, eighteen: and twentr-four months. 1
with Interest, from ,day. 9ffsale. 2tote& required ;
with personal security, and fien retained. Salei
iicviruui rvucujiibiuu. uj. u.uvil uuu,
dooO-td . t CJfcM.
rrfam; i 11 1
-i la i in
YAEUAB03 PROPERTY' Ilf
,! ..' . I
TUB OF A DECREE dF'TnEUoir-
'nrnMr. Phnne Mr Oourt at' Columbia. Tcn-
thn RnntemherTerm thereoflS86.in the I
case of J. O. Church vs. James M. Harwell, I
will proceed to sell to the highest bidder at the J
day the .
22rt Dfty- of December next,
That valuable property known as the
1 ' Iftfl'
Methodist School Property, .'
Situated in tho town of Columbia, ilaurr county.
Tennessee, containing aM'atBoveh acreTbfUnd,!
upon which there is a
And other improvement;, wlll-suifed far Befibol!
purposes; anctne samswiu eesoia cn a ercuuui .
one, two and three years, vitnintcrest irom uate.
X'v.nn, ib. .ret n in ..tli . Tt n .nMltntBF
will be soldireo from right of redemption.
Jrom right ot redemption.
,WJLL BE SOLD TQ THE HIGHEST BIDr
That' yafeable'TractLanif onwnjel? tfio jato
Nelsod Lavender resided, ittt'atl'offthe'he5"d
waters of Rutherford s creor, near the Tillage ol
- "r B ETIIESD A,
Twelfth Civil District. mnra'iffiolfVirhilty, Ten
neiseercontainlng about 1
a3.0.4 ACRE S,
.Aboutone-half intcultiration.tho other half well
.timbered; a good frame Dwelling House, and all
necessary out-nouses; nine never-laiimg sprwi
botjifree-and limestone water. This is one oft!
jnpsttdesirablearmsinMiddlellenneisee, and is
well worthy the attentioniof those wishing a good
' Terns, on o-third each In three nnnnnl nar-
mcnU, from April 1st, 1867f potes with two ap-
jirqvedsecniities. bearing interest at 0 per cent,
per anum, and a lean retained until the purchase
money is paW. Pdssessihn gTvea' the 1st January
next - W.D.LAVBNDER, -
. . . . -i i Exeantor.
ihwnpwin i &u;wnb ennessee.
JB S, Maeir. K. It, iiaiTta. A. B. Baow.s
tMACEY, PlYJER & MW
DlfltfertS IN1"" "
1 -! t ' j i t I '
'GTflr AXD LtiTnEii' BELTINff,
Mill "Materials Generally,
ISo. 32 -West Side Public Square.
hi sl i &-larT-M.v t t.n.11 ...
TIlKtf IIOIAIi ,ATrKKTItN OF : THOaB in
yantof . f , ,
:. Ueer L(3unf ami
' Vmnll-liore Hquirrtil iin,
u t -
U invited to onr stock,' which we an ner recairiog
from fha mannfactnrara- In EngUad,-(our own lm
porution,) consItttaeef.QuB.made by the foUowfeig
. . 3.: HDLIiIS SOH, .
and other good Makers. JHTfus a Hrj ttwfc of'tha
above in stars, "we "wffl oSr aztre lcdoeeBMnU ta
tbos deilriag to parsat
.ItACEY, DBIYEB & BROlTTi, .
l r? . fSo, 3 WeftStde-PsbUe SquaraK
i I I ilf MS ' M tiijt. ii
of the Un
CAPITAL ALL XA.TI US.
i -ifi. tWArf &MMAd 'ffoi-
I i Mures BalidtBCKTVeaaiU. In cert. Marthas.
it IIimuhiM Fnrnltnre, and cdhar PfP tlr, on
tbe inort'WtmJ. terms, fire, Uarfee; and Imintf
W. n. Eraas, a f wtteiEXt Tnexnew,
1IMB MX'uj, Jam. V. KitiKAX.
I K! Wacar, ' ' r- i."
oro. w. cud.
V. B. CHIDBOCK. J. T. ItOWX,
REIT). CHABHOTmw rn
Cotton and Tobaccd Fitctorw,
Corner oir Clarke nnd "rrouf SirefU,"
jeT-Jy NASHVILLE. TENN
CH AS. ROB E'KX S O X,
SO. 17 X. MARKET STREET,
WOULD REMIJTD- HIS OLD FREKDS AND
: i t -cnstomertliat ho u more than ore
tared to supply themjwiththo very best ol
jraau, uracaers, waxes, ijanaies, etc. . ,
He has aljn im n&nd fin best nF'Vlnea.6ita-
bliL&t medical purposes, besides a superiOClatjW
imported fjcotah. Ales and, London porter, and
fine brandFof Cigars. Also, Curranlt, Ratun.
Citron, tigs. Date. Nnts. etc: ' i
J ustreceiveo. a large assortment ot ascyvru
cles, embracing Toys, Firecrackers. Matks, and
very t flee assortment of Fancy Cbnfectloncry.
suitsUe for Cbristmas Uollilaya.rhieh.'will be
sold wholesale and retail..) nov3-tfi
& W. EA1TN,I'E,
10 Broad Street,
CAX3KSl9 SUGAR PIitTMS,
And everrthlne In their Un. dealers in all kind of
'ltya actvr ancy Antctcs tor t;nristmas,
tloa of the c!ty and country merchants ta thjr
iarge.and well assorted ttolk of tbe above artftm,
U. fc W. 11ASME
ta Broad strfet, bet, &Ug and Market
Saturday, December 15, i860.
John B. Johnson'1 Vs. Samuel ILUbrgaii' anil
1 N.PURSUAUCE1 OF A DECREiL'OF THE
X Chancery Court at Nashville Iufthe'Tibove
earned cause, I will sell, at the CourtHouse, at
NashViUe. on . " "...
' Saturday, December 13tli; 18C8.'
Nrfli The undivided half of Dot No. T8, Ui
the McNairy WestlNashville property. jfakLlot
frontier 50 feet
ton JicuarocKstreet, ana running
bacKlflS feet, to a 15 foot alley.
No. 2. Tract of 4 acres and 30
to S. R. Morgan by W. H. Howell
bv w. a. llewelL
No. 3. Tract of8 acres and 130 poles, cenreyed
tn S. R M ornn br L. R. Rav.
Tesus or SiLt. Six and twelve months credit.
-with interest from day of sale. Notes required.
with approved security, aad Uea retained, paie
free from redemption.
MORTON B. HOWELL, V and M.
William H.Haalam andothers vs Catharine
'' laslam, and others.
1TN PDRStfANCE OF DECREE 0FCHAN
JL eery Court at Nashville in above named cause,
I will sell, at the Court House, atNashvillt.oa
Saturday, December 15tli, IS00,
!q No. SO, in Balch Whiteside's Addition to
"Nashville, lying on Hamilton street, and running
from MuLemore to Spruce street,
,:,Xkj8 OT,8tsr One, two and Ihreejrears
.creai,;,itrtui interest irom aay otiaie. iseies re
quired, with approved security, andClicn retained.
titSa tree from redemption..
, , MQRTONB. HOWELL, C, and M.
M. 8. Allen, Ex., vs. Mary, ;E. Young and
. . others, .nit.
TN1 IPUIISUAN0E OF DECREE OP THE
X Chancery Court in above cue, I will loll, at i
the t'ourt iiouse, at riashviue, on
Sntnrday, December 15 tb,
1 1A tractpfTK acres, n earth eTToIensvllle Turn
Tike, on the road leading to Mill Creek Church,
having upon it a neat frame house with four
rooms, besides all needed stables, out-houses, etc.
ZThis place is about two and a half miles from
the Square and isjost the thing for a smalU family
who wish to lire ouCof the city.
Tibms or Balk : Credits of six. twelve, eight
een and twenty-four months, with interest from
date. Notes required, with personal security, and
lien retained, Sale see from redemption.
M6RT0N B. HOWELE. CandM.
Elijah Dickson vs. Dennis Connor and
TN PURSUANCE OP A DECREE OK TIIK
X Chancery Court In above ease, I 'will sell, at
tbe Court Home, at Nashville, on
fjntiirtlay, December 13tb, 1900, ,
' The jbUowWtwo lets !n North Nashville, to-
1st. Commencing at the Northeast earner of
lieimueana a street -ssieei wiue, running, iiu
fVftNnrtli tn art ntlirvlB feet wide, mtd alleT be
feet N orth, to an alley 10 feet wide, sold alley be
ing 118 feet south of (lay street; thence at right
ing lie feetSentb of (Jay street; thence at rig!
angles lldfent to a stake; thence at rieht ancli
totheJtreet afpreeaid ; thence at right angles 30
fffif tivthn lipo-fnnlnir nn RillrlllB street.
frrt'tlt a ItfttflttttltK, nt, Kttllvillm atrAI
al A ' lot front in it 20 feet- on Bellvillasireot.
Miicent to the above, and running back 110 feet
to an alley. .
vs or SALi-Six and twelve months' credit
-with' interest from day of sal e.,, Notes required.
with approved security, a.ad;a lien retained,, sale
MORTON B. HdWBLIi. O. .nrf
'City Property and, Barms
TWO FINE BRICK DWELLINGS ON
Cherry street, between Spring and Broad.
Also, a flno dwelling and lot, corner of Sprtue
ana aicuavoes; streets iree temiorxj jmsu, ih
elegant residence of the lata Dr. John M. Wat'
nirmher hC farms of various sites in Davidson.
Maury. Sumner, Williamson, Wilson, and other
counties in Tennessee, Also, a magnificent farm
with -good improvements, of from 1.2S0 to 1,460
acres; in Tunica county, Miss, -one of the. best
wtton farms and the highest points on the a
sua pnl river, ., J. u. s, k. iv. bjumk,
no2W R"eal fetate Agents. SX ITnfon sf.
rpHBRE WILL BE SOLD ON THE PBE-
X, mues, tct the highest Diuaer, at tne. leuaeute
or the late Dr. John R. Jones, in BedOxd
county, about ten miles west of SbelbyrtTle,
n the Le iris burg dirt road, on MONDAY; the
,17th, day of December, and from day to day
thereafter, all the personal prope:
in said Mtate. consistinr of He
It the personal property peiougin-
Kitchen 1?nTnitnri Famine Tools and Imp!
menu. Horses, Mules Jacks. Jennets. Cattle.
mnnp nri rirrfinii. and a TOi
ate very superior:' iwrn, roaaer, usis. iu
aBd a ran'ety of other artieje- ,. ,
And on the first day ef January there will be
sold at the same place the tract of land consti
tuting' tbe homestead, containing about thro
hundred and forty-eight acres, all under a mt
superior cedar fence, ana dmaea m'o 10 w ana
fieldsfith the same description of fcaeei Inm
aweiung uouso ui i w Bfw awub,
and commodious. The puthouies are new and
very superior find young orchard I forty or fifty
The personal propertyHiU be sold on erydit
or twelve monthr, except h?re the psrehiseS
aretesi than five dollars, in which ca?e the cash
will be required on.delirei7,0l the article. (
The land will be old on,xttwalre, eighteen
and twenty-feur mbnths time. Aote 'with ap
proved perssnal security will be required In all
cues, and a Ilea. J'H ba retained,oa the land
MtutierEB mM- m
NATHANIEL BAXTER, J if
nov23-lm . - ...
1 meadow ; Plnij 01 snwiuuiir wcuer.
LtAVIlfO COitCLflDED IO BBTIRE fEiUt
lx ihelteiiaets or Storing Cetten, we"llavetbi
day aeM ool to OEOItOE 0. ALLEN A 00.
Tbe Cotton in store . coarigsed to nabj our frUoM
will attU hava oar claaniC. attantlen. as wa win al.
ways l band at (he otd'sUsj and will s&lp-f sH
far them, 'as (bay mafdwife. - -
t- . ir.iiT at. ti it rt.t
t. ClWUiUlAB ft. VT. i
In.rHrtflg froa the'eeftoa Tacterag aadlpksa.
misalaa'Basiaeas, wa takamat daaaara In ncemi
banding one snejeewort, Keasra. George O. AUeoJc
Co- to tb patraaage of Mr naisaCBca friea4swai
very way worthy of tbrir coufldtruM and'Hpgr
J. A. 4lCALl&Ttt 8
KaahTill,8rpt.7.ie. 1 ii
By rerence to th above adrertlaemeiillt wj
: tnai we nave surceeaed siMsnc J A. Sifts.
i Co., Is the CetsAfi Fiitorag and Gonerll GsaEsk.
ion and VoTwardlnr Buiatas. at tha aM Un,l
oorW of Bread and CoOege streets, where navi
ieatrlts-aeeaU tbe old eojWmrn of tha'hess.
and onr own frlnda aad aeqnalntaneetl.
Wa harm tA It .1J. tA of t '. t..n tn .11
wV) nay ntrojt ns with toir LoslneH. ' r
' i Of dwlata arm sf BUBOE A ALLX5M
WaabrtU.fpU,7,J866.M lt Sep8;fr-
pESPECTFCELX INFORMS HIS OLD
1L euatomera and th'a bnhn.'MirallT that ha
is now fuUy prepared to make the finest fitrlnr
Boots anil Slioet
To order at reasonable prices, and that he in
tends to keep ronstantlj on hand a well made
aad.well regulated as&fbaent of hU own make,
at bu lXilD, t i ,.
,X6i 'M tTXartW XoUece Hlreet.
die44V 3l J. A. M0RKIN.
tA tLl TJI0SB UXVISg 0L4 LM3 Afl AINST
ii. th e ealstii srit.Ii. 8tanIcV7 deciSjed. are
BnebyAOtified to file ffca samanlth the, Clark
of tho Bounty Court of Stewart county, state ot
Tranes(e.oaorbearee-erst day offebra
m l&tt.lcsxllr angiVniCMffiil- in order that Hie
same- magiJ liqukllfaiSa discharged, moeg
the eredturs in aocwdanee wita toe aeis at lbs
LerUlaHireef tbe State of Tenneaae relative-to
insolvent estates. TbWtbe 2M day of KJeteberf
N. MeKINNON. AdW'
CJITUATED 1HMILE3 FHtfMjn? dTY:
O on.thePallatin Pike.osiSnirTAlr -JrwV'
land.'nsgaUWentiy Jfisprored.' u4(raameBted
with fruRl.'fliwert and ihrabbery;
-- IS VOK SALE '
Inquire e-f NEWS0M. QLOVBftTCO.
dteJ-Jw 27 North Cherry itrett.
'.fan I . si
i rli --.tit I.nlU
i i vi 'i . ill . . f ttil
Marine and Fire
'-i i ! . I i ' ii i.f
I U . ti -' lOIll.KiWI 1
Under tbe new ebarlwji3SwuftlIWlis()r)
at no. nomK -pqLUp.(
.? -Itil ' i,U ! Kit
joseijiijh.w, KVia,x, Prititat.
. v Aj iiTl' XJTJT1.K K, Kere inryf'J
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' 1 e 1 1 r.'.'i w 1 hi i. i . -
Joseph, a Eye,'.. t
INS U RAN N OE
rt.i.r . St.
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J . . -,'ffi
GENERAL "COLLECTING 'AGEKT,
Ofliee. Marti b & Kekard. Iwt 8Ue fuWie
Sqaare, ColMsMa, 'Rilwtisiie.
JS PREFARHD TO MAKK ABTAN0I6 ON
X utton aaa sup to the moat relial
sien ueoses in w lorn. cweMia
leans, aad Nashville. . tkln hi
other Proditee win re4nrroaat i
vollrrtlons vbmXi, aadjiwiie ' i
lmporfanrtoxTavelef imfl SKippers
ALT iJiA.! 'K'ta:;,
'great western 'raTLway
Is now in fttHandsuteeseW pvfcttoii
From, Cincinnati to AW Y&rk Bm, -&e
AnsT tfce wly dfreet route ta ibe
ft Regions df rennsjlvanf.
Cennectiawa ura ntatl wttli
.Jeffersenville and Ofaio and MhaieilBpl Sallwad,
via avisMr. laaenoavuie.aMl. ISHtiaMMSs and
Col. RrafMad, via UrBaaa i LMilvfllkj axt Lex
IngtsD and Kenteekjr Central Ral)rd. ria (Ka
cinnati li.?. ilail Lia$ieam4r vi&.C(eiMaU.
&vco ThroDch Trnlns Bnflyv .n
Faseesgers br the Bfad Sauce Kai)wyrfeear
wide and comfortable cars, quiek Use, awl nri
ThroarnTieSits and Baotage Cieeka aas he
rocured'at all the nrnxttiMl KntlrMjl amiiflieara-
K. F. FULLER. Qeo'l TWc AgMt.
I. D.Colk, Pairteg Agent.) No.&FtHirth street
TAKVABIE I A If'D S
? onDusk'riveT.Jn W
tee, about Qaa iiuodred
ojearad. balance wall ti
rtffably adopted te the e
btc. 1.200 Acres. Finely IHiuberciIfrTuiffiMsea
hUst Land, abtrnt twenty ie4atw veaJotm
sonvitte. Apply to. or address) I ,...!
nev&-lni Naakvilla, TBBe.
FlnMMM Nke FisMr at X M vef
, F4rsi4aM Legal CM Pkrer.atM WMTIpaa.
' FreM'Ntte FaW. W H r&a kxJrP pa
.. W ChafJT Kreet
in nnn sk.ath pkxxi..;
Best Freneh eoyiBf Ink. (jMuylaJ Ul ft. I
Best Freneli eeprf rHr 1 rfk, lure. atWpt. bet
avO-tf UiH ttatfet
. , - . ' i &i.V a .-
TVRLOPBtB, t .MfcwfceiWfrs PrIWkiM;
Ifll porta Uon only s44t4 a W i9k otiall
H,e,,an,dualltie., , tgrn
VS41 i fc flBt '
dx. Calf IVkoJui..sfc (w tr da.
36 MWoe PoAet TWoll tt
AW&tn. Moroco Potted SstrfiN Or?rd
460uPkotograpk ARmaa, Mlilsf at
n ,rnu KitarlMBOk'aatMl FM.t TUS. K-
wa, uAiftjf xcor"
FOR SAIjB. t
riiHB SPI.BNnrD PROfSRTY O.V TH.VMH6
X 3-SC J1J.V SO, .'.i 1
lxn; iHland PlnutaUpm
inr STT HCXDRED
S8. of which abotrt tws ban
tirared and ia wkWatW fur bw
iriu UtA uland Sb TeBMHW
whieh the NasAvuU-aswa UfcaUora
jTrIVl. .tut itMjntlMJrMtBO atbfMi'
!ClHcinthteoilsk0ii. The r is if
eft! a ThH tfir
of great raise, ft w be wA r .Ck SftiW
a Bssaea .g
iis.T. net. w. a. livssms, wa,4- a.
.vai, - ianSI
Tobacco " 'Fasihifi'
General Commit. wi .MwivftBti,
,o. no eiiiiHtr5s,t,u
Pr a cti c q Tfi ffl
' Has pefBMfteatty lUWit' H "
NO. 12 JliJiItTU, duRRX ifREX.
He his just received 'frKe New YrV mi Sfttie
Heart STOOKS etiOOD ever KTeai'bt' t tho
-jar, ' 1 " ffegV'
Lyon's Periodical Dropsy
Tin? GREAT fMAL TlKMKlijfe'
USB Di iSwuDml MW iisii 'IBTir IfflMPu
dkaet-uusMfhte, Mnijfin watei u xejtasio,
sedy arfldeSuo tb est,'o,a
sMtruetlea aad nistmMs of xtatsuft : TkW
M iBdteaAMt hr (M htt t.
l bottle are anaitatir
ladleaor me l oitedPiatea. nt
:b iintMMt tmafifDrWM of tb
Thar raokltr taMsMT ttw bw
aujtbt oftfWE. Mft. aafoat. Aad
ftniMa oreraraMen m fin world, lbr th
aU (tmale eoHmt(. tbe retaoftol f &f
Uob) ot nautre, aad im jiimu of
r:ulafiiy and fi earth, uuicudui
Mngwheo tlte? may b vsetf. aid xjn
aact way thegr thx-uM ot. bot emttd mH'beWed
ehesea laws, will b luundcar
eaeh boUle. flrtththe wrTRai si
LroK.witbent whM fJBWMg
CUa'l AgwtW D. 1 aad&iaati.
Til ft f frit