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We are indebted to Col. Ilolmrl JohMon
for a cepy of the lYeMilent' niewesge in
SttWLRTOX, at thepoMoficc, Lapodejf
Lsilra' Bek and Peterson's Magazine for
JssHwrr, also the Waveriy MagaitH?.
The WturKsm. YeraW wai a' bean-
tlfully clear ami pleatant day. The sun
shone out pleasantly ami cheerily, but the
air iran eeW sh branf .
Police Ooobt. There were but few
case up for disposal at this iiMtitution
yoelerdsy. The docket comprised uo cases
of inter, or lmjtortauce.
Mpn'icival. There is to he a meeting
of Loth Heard of the City Ceuouil to-night
fer the purpose of electing neveral city of
ficers, etc A full attendance of meralers
, , faocol. Jotttiiff.
The sleepins; car5 attached to the' Chat
tanooga train of day before yesterday, met
with an aectdeuLabout'cichteeti miles from
that dty, compelling thecondiietor to learc-
Uie car on a side switch. One of the spring
breaking was the cause of the accident.
Simmon & PhilliiM. whose
stop .trao -tiestroyed by Cr bn Saturday
night, have again resumed hneinew, with
all their old enYpIorej encased.
a - a o
y SiLE or Valuable PBopEBrr.rThose
seeking safe and profitable investments
should not fail to bear in mind that the
new two story brick house, belonging to
the Shelton estate, situated cn Broad street
extended, takes nlar tn-Anv it 15 nVWt
at the Courthouse. This property is claiaed
with the most valuable in the city, and the
paL will nf?nr fin amaHani AtinAi(iH!f in
any one desirous of securing a good home,
or making a safe and profitable investment.
The sale will lu tnndo Lir A Kaknn A- rv.
Agents, for the Administrator, M. B. How
Tfl P KflCr fill tftSi Ann nr aAMin ........ II
0 rvwjvu uin ujtri i ni '
ana we observe dally Ieadf drwtedpork- Slavi: Claims. The attention of the
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ing to the -nr fiearc said, we understand eme"t of Messrs. Giipmair. Horner &
ing to tne low Bgarc paid, we understand "Flmt,u Dl Jiessra. uuptnair, iloiier &
that a great many fanner will bacon their V -und elsewhere in to-day's issue
pork this winter, bo that this commodity I . responsible and entirelyreliableWsah-
wjll doubtless be plenty.
Geo. W. TJ. Lewis, Commissioner of
Freodmpn in I liU Keat ! nn . in.it r :
spectlon through Wttt Tennessee. He will
make extended -investigations concerning
t ... tAiiiii
the condition of th frcflmon nf th;. rm.
tion of the State.
The side irallr nlnnn TTniMM ciLi ,..,il.
. j.t tii.t Muiii
side, between College and Cherry, L in
tee, Wo hear rtnslderabli complaint from
the ladiM in rornnl tn tdSu lrAli TI.....
are plenty o other places .to which atten-
Wn areglad te state that within the past
two or three days, several unmitigated
villain, such at horse thieves, burglars
and robber, have been captured and in-- ifon might be directed, but we presume the a7n-v i for t,lese Kentlcmen are fresh from
earee rated in the county jail to await the j authorities will attend to the matter In line I Washington, and, as we are advised, fully
ariliui f La Pn:n.l rVnt I llmo I Posted in the tlraicna nf the lUnfirtmnii
. ' .i.i .nt .v. iiciiimi r t
IKSton h0U36 lias raLshlWiIat
in this city for the purpose of collecting
ngainsi ine government tor slaves
owners enlisted in the army dnring
IhA tv r . Kni tl.:i il.:. A1 f .:. :n
, . nuuc iuii uun ui uuftiuja will
cvuMuuie me speciainyoi tnese gentlemen,
they hold themselves ready to receive and
prosecute all description of claims against
the governmtnt. The establishment of this
atrenrv hern will hoi-
the minds of many claimants from the ap-
preiienaion mai me government never m-
.mml iu liar iur Bjjitrd Vllllltu la me
Attkaotivk. The holidays areroming,
ami our merchants are preparing Jisr .the
Iecllar trade of this season. Already
we eltserve that many show windows pre
sent a magnificent displav of ner ami
IwaHliftil &Bcy goolj.
AM09HVKNW.To-night the aHudti
of Davis' Ojiera Hoiwe (Old Theatre)
tender the proprietor a complimentary
lenefit. A programme more varied and
atlmpflVO l!l4n iui1a1 lit. Kaon nralMFiwl
and we doubt not the entertainment will
In well attended.
Tim present cold weather draws heavily
upon the wood, stored up fur distribution
among the poor of the city. Already a
largo number of cords have been given
away, ami the draft continues unabated.
The pile of four hundred cords at the
-1-1 1 l.. Il
nwKiiotisc unity grows smanqr.
Sad Aochikxt. Yesterday morning, at
the corner of Col I cue and Carroll streets. a!
small bey attempted to get on the driver's
platform of one of the Fairfield street cbitb
whilst the car was moving. He foil .and
was run over, the wheels passing over his
bod v just below the shoulders. It is feared
his hurt is mortal.
Tjikei: drays leftstandingon BrosdMreet
yesterday, Marled oft" without their drivers,
nnd after cutting tip numerous circus feats
and colliding with a six mnle wagon, wer
linalty brought to a hull while moving ra
pidly in Indian file, up a narrow alley,
where they ran over a small Irish boy, one
of a gang playing marbles on tho pavement
who did not get OHt of the way soon enough.
He was slightly damaged, and the drays,
with their fiery Roinantes, still less in.
It must be gratifying to oitirenaof Nash
ville tO See so mnnr oirrna nf sni.r.i.. :n
- J -"tl LUM...!. Hi
tlio larco nnmlipr nf-nur l,n;i,i;nn.a o...
wareliouses, private dwellings, etc.,' now in
progress of ivirvHtnii.1 tan in AifTitAitt .-.
tions of the city. '
The renort nf fVi! W P. n..- t:.
of the Chattanooga and Kentucky Rail
road is completed, ami wi
sued in pamphlet form.
There is a letter addressed to Mrs. 8. A.
uyer, held at Uiatfanooga for postage,
flu. i-:t ,.r n i ' i s
i me ranruaii roooers, at
rranklin. Kentnekv. I 1.1B tint vot vtn
nienced. The ea will tirnKihlv
up in a dftv or two.
A net?ro W.m nrrMfnl TnwiUr D
to jail, for flealing a mule belonging to a
Kobert Hester, supposed to lie one of the
iwrties implicated in therobbervof thepav
train, on the LonkriMi -iml Vn:ii-:f
road was, on -Monday iMt sent to Franklin
for trial. He had been previously ip
POMession of llio milifi
rrSf " - ...maT Willi Till C
The party now engaged in surveying the
Tennessee and Pacific railroad, from this
city to Knoxrille have already reached
Lebanon and are now progressing in the
direction of Canej Fork. So far no obstacle
to the construction of the road has beep
encountered. The ieop!e along the line
are taking active interest in the enterprise
and there is strong talk of countv taxes to
aim in uuiining ine roau
and enjoy their confidence to an eminent
Tl . I I .
ucgicc , iiic nave, aio, oeen.engagea lor
several months in this branch of their
IlUSinpSri in Ilia Rt-itaa nf K.nil.n.l tl:.
souri and Kentncky, and it isapparent that
l'-vttv- . i gumc-u niu uv ui great
service to claimants and agents who may
urairc to secure meir services.
Tlte Crosby Art Union Nclieme Wbnf
Jh Needed to Make lta Knceewl
It has already been announced in these
columns, by the official card of the commit
tee, that the distribution of tho premiums
of the association will be made by them on
the 21st of January next, and the an
nouncement has no doubt gratified a great
many people. The honor as well as the in
terest ot Uncago is so concerned in the re
sult of this gigantic scheme, that the cer
tainty of its success is a matter for congratu
lation, and, in view of the grand propor-
nuim ui me enterprise, 01 noi a little pride.
There is, however, danger that, while
icuuiiaiing ourselves on me accomplished
success of the scheme, we may overlook the
i.i. iiiui me association is a success to the
certincate holders and the public alone, bo
far, and that now it is that Mr. Crosby's
personal interest commences. A sufficient
.number of certificates have been 6old to
iioj- tue minimum vaiue oi tne property,
and the arraiigements for its conveyance
rc now nnai. nut, as all Know, the obiert
Pror. Prnlf i Dancing School, opt--silt
the Msxwelt Uouse, Cherry street. ThU
place of rortljj3lJecQmtjitsiRtlirdji8.l ime
cwsfal Tnititutlun for fhorauch knowleJse ef
mc ienemc srt. It i nnf for the iUnine
wusht that makes this jllaee.avafiil. but fer
itS nmiitlln lri.nirll .J -r L. L.:-u
..." n iil ui mc cicrrifvn anu
various movement Lrou$ht intii reijiibitioii
ffsineJ bj- tb Jiupil. A- fur teachius at ,Hnrinr
AnA vit-tMnp. ki.im: -iLnJ . . . .
has not ixU equal this Ue of the Atlantie. Thi
scnool. foratn begianers, meets every MonJaj'
WeJaecy anil KaturJ&v nlzhta. Wo irnnM
iarktothoe whom it eoneerns to oimmence
lmmcstialelj-, -i mi better opimrtuulty ever will
l-o offercl. ' .111
A Corner Store In I.et.-6ne of (h
bet hK-mtionsIn the -1tr.i .Tiwiuire it l. Hleit
Co.V, r College ftiL PoweHiuM niren immj--
diatelv. ' ' - " ' ... .
-ew Tork Stock aud Honey Market
A J&nr 'Yosp, Dee.32.j-4f bom iCns -
- 'C, , . . . mi. otp. hlg la bcf be wouI1 hamj hjj
uotd opened in Iew York yesterday at ti, v.-v.i. n A j r,
ICS, was 1SH at 11.30, 1 37 j at 2 r. Mand nZl '
doNil at 137S at-4 r. .v. Dealers here ,, ., . ,u""""rera arc very Clacln,ati Market.
luuuuii; uicir inaciimrrv on Halt atI2e. Han is. Zn.Z al,J,,.V:. aru arm
or two-thirds time, and adds ; to boVcottfa M&lRJ
beAujeiecatrac- 5S35&Wata Ut f 'SM
firthT x. orkUryCooMark
not sQJtained Iouoseompellinc such a coarse. It lore, Dec. 12. Th drr nv!.
V'WrV" horeler forlhat fl of Seers Jtlrery irre'satir ina rmfSVSSiJi
ik.e5 ai e'oj'wk out upon the matterof san- ten,leaCy. rferelsamnch lamrbhYUln
London advis on the 12th in quo e SjrhE?6 r
atf.S BS SVSf la.
Oovernment securifiw wete quoted in
New York yesterday as follows; j
5-aK.rtfeiitcre.l.- ZJL lor,
S-ufe. coupons - , 107
ff'Sh, 2J rcricr, cnnpnn".- lftV
.'-3V,fcl .erio. foupnn?.. ...... .... lor,
n-VW- nr imiA . irwlAlna.
a5. ai and t series -
Aiiellon Hale'ol CnUle, Ho lira 1 11.
Etc. Qn TJI.UKSDAT, le5th ia-t.. will be
soM. at the redUenco of Pkelton Demos, thir
teen milel from KssiiVUIcon the Harding Pike,
at paLlie sale, a fine lot of Mule. Uor. n
cluding one fine Wahinytcn Stallion.) Cufie.
Hoei. Corn and Oat.
day of sale. Mosrb E. Ctop
JVOtlee. All oersona in.T.l.l..l ia ....(....
of W.OreenfioU. debased, will find their clai i
in the handj of Judne Jas. Whitworth. who f
directed, unless arranged provious to lit Jan
uary, to brine suit on them nil. Ho win iJ.-
represent me.durinimy abaenro from theoity in
any bcrineiM ronne-led with the estate.
dtc9-Iir f BJ Qkq. a. At.i.ev, Adm'r.
Why leiny,mhinnn, ...... 4" IO"wnB "w tne total
are entirely out and ,the wesftrr L(lnt cold fSPrlS ,he-1&t of JanuarJ t 'ie 8th
wnen Knisut -Ilros.. No. 49 Church ttreeL n
o... 1. . . . . arenoidia at tha milk? n,l ,i,ni --Tl
r.. "7. " ". 4uaiiuiy uciqk unuiuanv
Inniiii m?7.Ee sa,el' ITedicted that any sudi
J MVr Te"torJlJ' evening wa six teet on ;
aneeH threaihoat the The fttlowinc
eeKpri;s oupert Mrt : 1
York yertenlnv at 109J(a1101.
Currencjvia scarce wilhonr- lanks, and continued, mun brint aWmt a hearr ftlp fa
exchange New York is .taken at HU- Sf
count audi, sold at par. f SteiSffffl'fflfe f ?'fi&Snffi
Uncurrent money is very nniet. with but of oods they are noVlurabt Mt ih e.- .Co.. e W In bunr! l&ti:
little doing. Bank of Tenneee is inac- pffjWSffi Wni.Vy h "
tive at 4S50o buying, and 82.Bte sell- cton mUUo adapt IL ?Brket..
!?A:.anAonepfhe result, of peace and nt ii " h., t7i"t-..Y"- " T"e ""oa a.rket his
"n5rs"r.t'L0'.coll'' mu?t he to induce tbi vanV'V.T VT.5JSW.ry,J
ing. Union and Planters' Bank just now
brin; each .$0e.
Southern bapk notes continue to decline,
as will-be seen by reference to the adver
tiseil rates of the National Savings Company.
Tfle exports of sieoie from New jfork to
foreign jwrLs laSt week amounted fo $5S0,-
90. The following will olinir tbo Inlil
.MBW4 "knmrtt u&tbbeHirit. of
TlIf a-,co?H"fn of err!&HbVeal mil
Th. Xaihviaeeaai, iB withTi very fair trip. ,
fr., .... .1. -ma.v nasarauoiea
irom up the rii- ti. . n . . .
. eum. baaad te.etherfath. wMaaIrf.fated
be dupojedof iathecity,weuleBd. I
iuB .evee predated a bruker appenraaee W
terday than we have oWved before dBrtoz any
day of Ih ieafa. III J
ine strike or the colored men wt wwk at th,
landinsr. anolii. r ...... T
.1... t . no I'uuiisaeu seme
th 11 m "red ,r,,le aR'1 cffla,trF
We Dnderstusd Ihflt AliilAn ....... I . r . 1
, .. . i igmntt
aad tMnher raRs ar exwll .Uwn by the nexJ
For Bette of ba, leartni iee adrertb.ment I
Tri-"Weekly Packet Line.
TheNewYork IPbrUof Hip Sth t.,o(,n'
aski, the que3tion, Will flour bo lower? anl
as the solution of it interest th Pnf.
community, we .reproduce, the Wrf SBif'.
answer to its own question, as follows: "feSS "'. .... 1
aam. . I . .. "v. uwu.WHian nnam
uZ3?esrl-S--n mog.y market
Th. elor.""!?8 " Ier mP?y.
sellins their choice Round Coal at 0KLY 0 OO 1
PKIt LOAD, delivered ia any port nf the city.
if Decemberlirrthe years noted :
u u u b
wa.. 7) iiYt r.01
1SGI.. Ji! flirt mi
lStiU j ip.i ono
im .'..1 G9,153.'&o3
the priceot flouVand m in U toTieS taF1T- , 1'
Ihtiaeh.ni,D,tt5einter b notloraeSt by the PiV.0.00-- on.-ConjoU unchameJ.
The Ret ninekNiullh I'ani i ii.. :.
for sale by Knicht Bros, at Twenty Cents per
bushel. AUo packed in hocshcaas ready for
shipment in a moment's aotee. tdef
1uf.crintlonit bMntiftillr .m,V iJLi'a I hill
on Holiday Boole. L M-inli.ii t. n..... v I nn . .. ' 1 ' . .
Deaderick street. .7. ' "f" lne aPPval ot the
: : r J " ays anu .ueans uoramitteee. The action
a mow niie l looriii". nt n
. t ..1- . --j i-i'ts-iii
ner 01 i;raw:i
New Tork Prodnee Market
orQ. "'' -;v iuuji, mere appears to bt
5rfffaD.rJwe Prieefthan fiWwhlS
E.V. " T-i' .l""1,1" recarus tne present and the
Jon1f;.,",er fr0? ?ur CMs6 conipondent
Snon iiiM.T ve.ry toterestin statisttw bearinr
af,oS e.?bJec, a Potion of which wo repn
duce in this connection. The followintihl.
'from th 1 t nfVii 1. vTf. a vnicago aecided.chanze. eloslnr te-dV whSv. .rii:
R. If. THOlf PfiA v
- . .s
SATS AXD CAPSt
I 'HE ABOVE tlSE COMPItifflB THE IV L
'..'"J iHJM IW fae, U.vi
ikTTJ. 'J'.V! """" Ml Wlari
u, """"'"' at umm wtMi tit.- r--
ry TxarSU S3',V lb
COBBKTT A BOTD. SMsiat Amb4
A Washington dispatch ays Boutwell'B VtfiS JSS
U for the sale of government gold doe? n,hs la-t year: 'lhe ' oajecthaade:,, dW'iShSy wi&
t appear to meet the annro'val of the - 1.7WW10 a,SK5l, Si.'WAun
PI'wS Tmnks, Valises, Bmp, Eic.j
decided. efaanze, elosln steady. WhlikTo.ii.t '
PftWKNTS POIITHE lfoUDAYS. W. T.
Berry&Co. aroin receipt of u great variety
of illustrated book intended as Christmas
presents to children. Every age and taste
rah be gratiiied. The little ones must have
their Christmas presents. It i one of the
demands that must be met. Jt ii well
however, while contributing to their pleas
ure, to no direet our gifts as to add also to
their profit. Books are instructive as well
1 T r f, .
pi caning, jjerry a; have every Ta
riety. Fekiak. The Fnian circle of tliifl city
is to meet to-night for reorganization under
the auspices of (Jen. O'Neill. Much en
thusiasm is manifested among members in
regard to the future operations of the order.
Tho leaders here are in constant communi
cation with the Head Centres of the East,
and before long orders intensely interesting
to the umllinrhnnil cim a-..aia,1 u .
- j - - .icu. v. is un
derstand that new circles aro constantly
being formed and that Fcnianism U con
stantly strengthening her ranks.
-1 KUUTt. mi, J YJ 1 ri. L
.Irf?v.t i:i.i .. I.of the association was not to
ice was. sufficiently stronK to'hold amah's .?fra Ho",i Us lowest cash value, but
weight, and crowd's of boya engaged in the , 11 r- oy 13 to realize any
exhilarating snort nf Bl-niin n7i i:.i: " pecuniary benefit from the art association.
Skating is one of the most twpnlar amusf- l,-e rem,alu,,n,S certificates must be not only
monfc f !. amuse . Jisposetl of. but that Kneed r.
Ihe time required or the enterprise has
extended far beyond that calculated, and
the prolonged outlay has been greatly in-
v.i.wjcxi uv mo necessity 01 overcoming at
every step the prejudice excited abroad by
all sorts of swindling schemes. The ex
penses have consequently largely exceeded
the original estimates, and, as a matter of
course, proportionately reduced the chances
of a surplus.
There are hundreds of people in this
city yet who intend buying certificates be
fore the close, and there are hundreds who
have bought who design to buy more be-
iore me urawing. jow, to those it cannot
make the slightest difference whether they
take their certificates this week or four
weeks hpnr- Iml If imo- ...,i.
, ..... . . uuiiaiii.il (.BIUU.-IC
throughout the country could be brought to
realize that upon the fact whether they
shall buy their certificates a few weeks
earlier or later nctnally depends Mr. Cros
by's sole change of realizing any personal
advantage whatever from this great under
taking, surely none would longer delav.
We learn that some of onr business meh,
who practically understand this, are organ
izing the different business interests so that
each shall be represented in a general
movement, having for its object the forma
tion of merchant's cluba, which will hold a
ments of the season nt the North ...
don't see why the sport should not be
equally cultivated here when opportunity
Business at the Several magistrate's offi
ces yesterday was extremely dull. The
itocicets were mostly confined to State cases.
Coal is now selling at $0 50to$C 50 and
$7 according to quality.
Among the arrivals yesterday from tip
the river was a large raa of oil. The bar
rels containing the "grease" were bound
together in the water, and covered in places
with boards, forming a sort of craft, we be
lieve, not mentioned in the books. There
ratm have been a hundred and fiftv barrels
in the lot. Judging from the difficulty the
bronzed mariner of the aforesaid craft had
in bringing her to a landing, she was not
very easily navigated.
AW llnifl.rjf nl (lint il,nl,n. I
....H..,. ...mi. hi ir j it 111 1. 1 1 1 m se&sun
is about to be inaugurated in Edgefield.
Madam rumor Fays : " Don't be surprised
if a large number go ofTsnddonly." Indeed,
and is the matrimonial fever contagious?
The Edgefield " buss " broke down yes.
terday about the centre of that thriving
town, and the passengers had to foot it
Home. J. he accident resulted from a col
lision with a "four horse mule wagon."
The pole of the omnibus was broken, but
the mule wagon craped nnhurt.
..mm aummiir yrrrf is ftl I . - . ...
Bulldlnc lumber of all kind?. corner o, r ""uZaZ Z ,7 . .
. ...1. i-i.uitt, utui iwr unxuiDer, wnicil
compares as follows with the November
ui ail iwii u-(
Crawford and North Summer streets.
IIATPCED DEBT NOT PStsevTin
- . - . . i-viuiiaic!
Cclni lat ni.il Fencliip', tiunScr. pt,,;m, .
i-nr.,nf r..r.:.l r xV v. - . I exniDii:
v,a,,u uuu iorin oummcr streets.
rtf PKr BK.IR1XO COIS INTEREST.
WhIlc PIe Flooring manufactured by 5 1'cj,t-lb?P,dV -3lfsflJ&9 $M50
Knicht Broken Rolling ufn Bf g .941 -MOMl
reduced nr; 5 nffit ?V-. o tMiA.i. .V' S rSl : 'iK'";V Si-.iI
Jnstt Reeeivctl. 1 1
wre?s rurs and Hats at Li
novl-2ra 41 Vnrth nii t,.,i
A Sure Pile Cure. Dr. (Iit.vpt'q i;
Ixstbcxkst positively cares the worst cases of
pues. txml by mail on receipt of 34. Circulars
free. Sold by Drurzists. An-ntmniixl .r...
wnere. Address J- B. Romixi:, Managor.Koi
575 Broadway. New York. ' novl7-fSm ;
For Cbrlntmaa OirtH. Tors. Boll. Pnnir
Goods. Work Boxes, False Faces, nnd Willow
arc, in ureal variety.
OcNTniTIt A- Krnirr
ec2-20t fQ pt,in Micct.
To ConsumpllveH. The Ailrpri:r
ins been restored to health in n fsw tr.v i
very simplo remedy. nflerharins.iifrrB,l Lr.r.i
years with a severe lunj affection; nnd that Coin
droad disease. Consumption is anxious to make I fiurrener
Known to His lellow-suflercrs the mcan3 of cure,
To all who desire it. he will
prefcription used, (free of charKe), with the di
rections forprsparinjand usins the same, which
they will Dnd a burr Ccrk for Coxspvptiuv,
Asthma, Bronchitis. 4c. Tho only ohject of
tne advertiser in sending the Prescription. iVto
yats, bu ,uii. 9.M1 tt
nKn(iiS,!;w,a w'J'Wtively 14.024,431 and
7Z7:.L ivTs. """iwuiiii 01 tne two shows an
increase thwyear of 37 per cent. Buch factsjai
i,n Ti,;.- '1 'ucnlives. aua elearW
w 7l m ft ut lur "1'Peaea.nns mat it
2S fJherry Street.
iuXSKS ZtiSLSVSS. JP?S btt.r;
at mmn onrl dlJed ehanie: sales 67.000 bushels
airaeeo. Leather hemlock solo in moderate
demand at 323Sc: Buenos Ay$
n?ayy uo. 00I steady, sales or an nm
at 4So8c for domestic Beoce: 7073cfor picked- ... . .
?7cfor lambs Pu l:41ffl47n.irfinV:.n!i W A UPDlCIPI U sv. uritirn..
2W bbls at$a) -502t It) for mess: elMin; '
ft.Shlrt m-Vc tn r an-t; warraato'l ts fit
loose 01 last year. Allowing; t h e buliili of I l7trni..7XT ' . ' 1. VJ'C lor pernn pulled,
it to a barrel of flour, the uuniber orbushelj Maffi;ty&&g'Jnd moro acJre
?.eat received at UhiJajofor elevorf months t 21 ch?8!;1 TOfopiaes. c,c"ini
??d I80O was respectively 14.024.431 and hMf- 2,;.$A?rLn 5?r Pe.w ?. '. S,oS)
if.. T. ueei steady and active,
ueel hams more active. Bacon quiet, at lOVe
&-lr.JbIlodi, Cutmfat, ailiid htivy at
ouuumcrc, ana lUOlJo lor
Urcssed hogs firmer. at910o for western
Jfew Orleans Starket.
26 Public Square.
iVnshville and icw Orleans
SMe-Wbl -W, (100 Tmm RwHhij
.-. y -i- uuj(ir uun ana le lower 2
'iirc PrllnAa"l ehoic115. Molasses dull
iWrcVngjqodWo ; prime tofch5;eeK62c'
SlOO-'Offl 9siwi I Tir ? "? 1 il,,eTT, roomii!. The eanclusion-
UTJfflruo is?m?i m iBi5S "w"b f that., under the ordinary aVT.T
-i0SSra6 -TSSffim ,JXiVe- ,Ue ',r,ces of cereati must --H-"-" vx uui :
The Columbia Herald nnd Oazelli of tha
01a inst. says :
SELLING OUT !
$14,383,115 F?7; 7e find thastatcment thntcotton il wttaVOJ if -i . !
prevented from com nir intn ..i,;ii. I lr Tf M T TV ci T A T tt n iTT Vi-.
"""sins nd wli.ihinHutn.rpSnts 'fl-UJjJjOiillJj UJNLl.i!
and among others, at Columhia. tr, Ir . . . -"-.
HATS AND GAPS,
W imj nJgn, 'r ar.1 QaaHly, for
MKJT, DOY, AWO OIIIi:itKt
j We have an tnttrriy nrv and (wmnVt ntwk of
di.bt EEAr.iNO no istkrest. ! f ih j i.- "Yme uy aeiay,
Greenbacks ; :....$3S5.441.840 pn i H". .S? Inni?nii wel8h"i2 it at several points.'
Fractional currency ffl.020 249 slsrao ,lT?S otbe' .Co,uulbia- we cannot
Gold certificate....! ggg l&xASl!:! io
at this plnce,demands that we should correct this,
error. We have mado careful inquiry and can
assure our mn rm7n,.ra n..l c?ni
LADIES A.VD MISSKS- FUIW
-. , I l,
WATsCItKIKI.l) .t, AVAI.KKK.
S2.6S4.ft6.S75 sifiSI.KV! Qftl
rC " , i"atc ingie train lor
Want Ofhftmo- nAjaA.l ... :. v . 1 -r. . .
nn.riii . ii, 1 "F'Kieu. jineiaxiawi
GREAT CHANCE BAGGING ! BAGGING!
Ojsk i.v TREISUBT.
DEBT I.F.SS r.lSH IS TREASURY.
S2.S 19.631 .23S 22 S3.. TO 310 nr. T9
Decrease...,..-. ...I-...,. Sl.C78.7C7 SO
This statement shows that the coin debt
hPDPflt t hft nffl ata l 1 t v I ' "
-m M , ' i - . . ,n,onn",uu 7o0, while the debt bearing currency ih
which he conceives to he inralniMii . nn.l I "cuing tuiicmv in
everv Sufferer will Irr ilii, nnv -in .
tereat wa? ileereaseil only 34.785.550. It
them nothing, and may prove a blessine. appears,- therefore, that gold bonds were says :
11 r a. .... I
TIT I. ' If 1 VP a r nat m
ndrr! !! '.K. enr.?M With its !fHtTr,nT1H Oft,,4,W 1. ' '
uJts&t . Best Kentucky
v In.?f . lt,cannot be charged to Columbia.
l e.w.0unl' mcreIy nrisest 1 hat it s barely possible
that the cotton, which nccordine to ourcotcm-
ft? s.tes K.-Sirt-ft
X2 ?a that fin one rai ro'af ffaq jt
n'J13 n.'i0.R mor.e WV station, where
5th7rTla'ce." M" n ,DewaJ' ,OS0Ie
The ew ork Timet of the 10th instant
0. 0. CATK3
tril. fr V-U MJ' rM,l . M W,
strambeaten too Vt TT. wT,!ld
trnrHy a ttteral thr f tttMr hlUmm
COUBMT & BOYD. AKnt..
Ko. 21 Troat Mrt, WMrl
iiAitiu4o & aoxs,
HEW OBLEANS TRADE
PartlM wishinit the prescription, will please, sold for cash, in addition to those
44vnss f a t 1 XT a T Ti a 1
Tue Fine Yesterday Moiwmo.
About half iast one o'clock yesterday
morning, the house of Dennis O'Connor,
well known as one of tho most efficient
oonstables of the city, caught fire and was
entirely consumed. The house was a two
Htorv frame structure Mm! lnri.i nn iun
lic". X.cct near the trMlIc work of the
Nashville and Phattfinnnix n.iinu.i ti.
I IMIIIUI1II, I1H
welling was valued at $5,000, nnd was in
wired for $4,000. in the Cumberland Valley
Criminal CouitT.-The case of lleury
Anon, ao-usett ol the murder of Jack Ken
nelly, has not yet been given to the jury.
The morning and afternoon sessions yester
day were consumed by the speeches of the
counsel for the defense and prosecution,
and there are still two more pleas to be
made before the close of the arguments.
Two other men are still to lie tried as im
ltliratcd in the murder of the policeman
Laih ekv or a Wattii. A chap named
Andrew Wallace wan yesterday arrested
and brought before Koquire Vilktnon
on the charge of stealing a watch, valued
at fifty dollars, the property of a lioarder
ill the same houo wli f ulrtlki
On account of the absence of witnot-c for
the defense, the RAewn continued until
HOTt Xrntlil-li' tl. .lC. 1 :i
----- ,.i, 1.1 11 inii-ui lucaiiwuiie
Iteing remande.1 to jail in default of bail.
A 11 Omsk TmitP Caititreh. A man
nvned Hill Jones was taken into custody
yestenlay, on the charge of having ttoleu a
horse, the property of a gentleman living
on Market Mrect. The case was brought
up before 'S.p.iirc Wilkinson, who continued j
1 ue case unui 10-ttay. Jone seems to be
anil om onemter, and, if wc are rightly in
formed. Was Otllv nliv.aal
lentiary, on the (Jovernor's panlon, a couple
ui luuuuii agu. n convicicu on the preent
charge, whieii eeems to be a utrong case, he
will prolwbly have an opportunity of work
ing out hw entire term. Horse thieves are
100 Plenty jiM now for the good of the
It is a source of alwolnle enjoj-meut to
watch the progress of the workmen now
engaged in fitting up the Maxwell House,
and to reflect that thi vat structure, a Inch
has so long stood in barn-like emptiness
and doom. liL-etlm ilrnn:.. r .1... . ir
vidual roentioneil in Scripture who com
menced to build bit had not the wherewith
to finish, is rapidly being completed Tho
five More rooms 011 the ground floor will all
be ready for occupancy, probably, in the
course of the hot! mnnil, ti.. l:.t n
. - ...... iur ,iUrwnlk
on the Church street side is procreating
rapidly, and will soon W finUco. On-
aru me Hiarrii 01 improvement.
iroB8H THirri.vo. -We learn that on
Monday night a farmer lirinir near I.1m.
non, our informant was unable to give the
name of the party, had four splendid amies
and a fine horse stolen from his stables.
We learn from our exchanges and from pri
vate sources, that baud of horse thieves are
Bienunu inrooguoHi the country, and active
In their outrages. We regret that some
means, Mieedy and efficacious, cannot be
adopted by which to rid the country of
.i-a... HM....-t I rr. ,. J
ranmuicu. iiaruiy a Hay passes
that we are not called hhhi to chronicle
the storj of a farmer pillaged or a house
robbed of the hard caminyi of the in
There was an excel loot house last night
to witnesw the third performance of the
nanlon Brothers at Masonic Hall. We do
not now remember' ever to have witnessed
a performance more lively, varied ami
brilliant as that of this unetpialed combina
tion. The performance of the Hanlons'
themselves, as we have before mentioned,
seems to grow better with age. They have
added several new feats to those with which
they have before astonished the people of
tins country as well as those of the nld
world. The rope walking of Senorita Ro
sita is brilliant and graceful, the dancing of
M'llo Augustine elegant and full of ease,
and the juggling performances of Mons.
tho entertainment is made up of perform
ances which by themselves alone would be
considered above the usual standard of ex
cellence. To-night there will be an entire
change of programme, when some new and
extremely attractive features will be pre.
sented. The far-famed sphynx will speak
the oracles of by-gone aces and startle th
audience with its inexplicable mvsteriea.
We know nf nn rwrrnrm.nna wl.tl. --..v
.. .. k-...v....h... u II .1 11.. 1 uu u 1 u
be witnessed with more delight by the little
folks than that of the If anion combination.
The trained dogs and monkeys of Prof.
Tanner would present an unfailing source
of delight; in fact, the whole performance
is of such a character as to be readily ap
preciated and heartily enjoyed by the
young, uii Jsaturdny afternoon a grand
matinee is to be given. Don't forget the
occasion, and lie sure to take the children.
The Hanlons givq their fourth entertain
ment to-night at Masonic Hall. As wc be
fore remarked, there will be an entirechange
of programme, with extra attraction-.
large number of eertiCcaies.
lie believe it ia nnlv
should be understood that there is need of
action m this matter, to have the work
heartily and chpprfitllv .inn.. ni.u.nn e.,
- ...... u.-UW. vitwuv u.ir
. . . TV
The Emperor of Bnuil has appointed a
"Board of Health " to investieate and de
cide what proprietary remedies should be.
aamittcd into the country and what ex
cluded. After some months
have reported condemning them all except
Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co.'s preparations. Three
of those they recommend the Empe
ror to admit for the benefit of iha
public health, while they hold the
fourth, Cherry Pectoral, under advise
ment for further information respecting one
of its ingredients morphine, which, while
so extepsively employed and so highly es-
leruieu as a reraetiy in una country, is
scarcely known in that. Of all the other
medicines Itefore them, the Imperial com
mission say, no one of them merits any fa
vor whatever, 01 protection from this Gov
ernment, as they contain nothing new nor
any specific virtues not fully known and
used hr our own physicians. The Imperial
government has accordingly prohibited
them all from admission through the cus
tom house, except the remedies of our dis
tinguished countrymen above mentioned
a discrimination by their learned men,
very like that to which experience has let!
the American people. Bwl on Hemld.
address Rev. EDWARD A WTT.qnv
Williannburp. Klnss county. New Tori:.
02t23-ly . ;
Wtnesll Jrom thed.ovdwdRTn Vineyard,
"and Wine House,'-Cincinnati.
W. P. i F. P. Anderson-. Proprietors.
Golden Wstdiu7Niarkllit(r Vntnn Im.
Iry Catim tin. Isabella, 'lc.-These Winos,
are furnished at much lower rates than imported
eoods. and for purity and boquet nrc excelled yb
none either native or foreign.
Arciies Cucitiuv Jt Co.
ht.tVB Jt SnKRMAK.
0 it. 11. CnEATHiM Jt Co.
changed for other securities, to the amount
of $12,721000. The balance of currency
in the Treasury was in the same time in
creased S9.2S1.879. The withdrawal of
compound interest notes during the month
amounted to 1,125.000. Thus there was
withdrawn in currency durine: the month
chiefly in the lat two weeks of Noyeni
Iht as follows: 1
Proceedfof gold bonds sold in exenss
of exchange for other securities..--$12,724 (M0
increase of currency in Treasury H.2SI 879
Compound interest notes - 1 125'aw
IIih sadden withdrawal of curreneV.
says tho Cincinnati Gazette, caused the di.
turnance 111 the money market which led
TV IrT.lj ,e I),- , . '. .
XT i. : IL "i uomesuc commission
Vj&Zi2!lJ!!$ om the Wen
ernnri 7lVm,'r,,i JvT .? oouui, ana also in the
, n form?r?n ''P S00iU and general mer-
ChriYtma. ha1M. "ivy lor ttie
tn'P.tL"1' cntr,ie3 f,,r tha PMt weekineJnd-
m mi aXi oZTZ-? nies ot
1 1 l." '"'year. Aue export clear-
are SI ini m lT- . 'or the week
are 3i.4ui.uuu, iiie receipts of cotton coastniH
and by railroad, are 19.770 bales. C0Jw
Mr. J. ScaMcs-good, of Richmond, Vo.,
now at 0. B- Abbott's, No 32 College street. He
has recently been employed in some of the load
. decl-lut, I liniiQp certificilra in tha .mnmii ci. . I t . . .
For Attorn.... o...,-.. ,.....' "7 ....... ..1 vi-,,- increase to uate-.
" S. ,1. The innvpniont h :.. il. fi.l
' m- ail 4 Ulltll
Winning f '.t"" s,n5?.JI5n- I.
KinH,Stfr,,he ' f fi'K,ee?.
Total to date since Jar. 1 .....isifl OK, rx:
Th .. ;,":':.' . j.uwo
ial I nrlnAiT V'lu"1 lue "Poruol domestic
cllrlnl ntcfwlsii It' .1 4 . .
".-nt; nre aumonzea to an-I 1 i i .t .
I result, reuuceit the nntsta
i.77:-r' -V . ' a "nmuaie lor - - " . . . since Jan. 1. 1;
...rney ueneral. tor the Klerenth Judicial rrency.uui suglllly, Out the calling in of Total to date - since Jan 1 . nmir
District, composed of tho counUes of tlilds.. Alar- such a large amount of currency as passed I Awinst same time 181) V.-.-.7.". i0?;W59
.""ij, uanrcuro. i,ewis ana Hickman.
Boots nnd Ntioctf nicnp nt SO fublic
Squaro. In confoqueneo of a contemplated
chansoin my businc., I offer the best selection
of Boots and Shoes nt ffrcntlr rclnci..!
I 1 ........ 115.1U in iaiiiii;ii.iiuil,
mhZh !. P-ed the
goods before supplyimr himself. tnmH.!, miscluevons results from which the basi-
earnest to give bargains. Mix. L.(1uttiux,
erf-il Xo.jM Public Square.
Choice Groceries at Totten's.-Arrired
at last, tho following carefully selected, nnd
icuiy prepareu goods, which he Is selling very
through the Treasury during the month.
especially ns the public knew nothing of
what was going on, and were consequently
apprehensive. becaue of the Secretary's
expressed views in regard to contraction,
Increase sinos Jan. 1 , SlGTdjS
Ornrc or wis Uxios and Dispatch.)
W ednesday. Dec. 12. ISfiO.
-Cotton openeil rather" dull this morning
at 23c, and closed at 29Jc. A few bales of
extra sold at SOc. The transartinna mn
ness of the country has not vet recovered.
And what benefit has' resulted in iha
national finances? None whatever. There I not M ,ar8e a3 l,lC da7 previous, ai will be
f ...... I I .1.- !!
as iiecn no real contraction of the cur- I acc" - Ulc '""owing:
rnnrt.r nn.l n I ll.A ,T .1. ..I -lf4n .
low for c.h. at whole-ale and retail F eVh can- 1 "I"!, , V T , ILW - M0
ned fruIU. green peas. corn. zS plumbs green 3"Ce f.U,e m"Cy Ct ha" U,e 15 SPed g?
...,r,.ul,.,c,,6uara jtiiy rj,.M.te ....v, u-i.iw. J.UCI11UI1- Thp nnmliPi- nf f n j
jelly. Cox's gelatine, aerated crackers, dried agement of the Treasury Department, upon inKi ! "
Plumbs.blackberriesandcurr.ints.oatmcaIsaSo the whole for tho mnnih if v. 1 " Isa,,m,,e "P l e present date is little
.apWa.satingloss rtkren. Java. look. 'f' ,ll0rt f only 5,000 bales
ha xr.:..i.. .-.1 nr.. .ir. . . .t . . . loohs iiKe a ver i)iin2lin! oneratinn. Tln .. ... . . ' . -
We call attention to the following adver
tisements, which appear in this morning's
paper for the first time. The reader is
referred to them in another column:
A small store, and residence over it, on
Market street, hy W. L. Doyd, No. 10
The hotwo and lot No. 21 Spruce street,
for sain hr Amlnrcnn .Tnli.tism C. C,!il.
Monday i"th inst.
Keatitiful building lots in lloyd's addi
tion by the same firm.
The house No. 26 Union street, (next
uuur 10 nanny aner ,) mr rent. Apply
on the premises.
Administrators notice. Y. A. West,
Dover, Stewart county.
Dwellings, business" houM, cottages, etc.,
for rent by Newsom, (J lover .t' Co.
.rm.an mTwn& lP-night at the hall, No.
49 College street.
Pawnbroker's notice. I Cohen, No. 71
North Cherry street.
Pawnbroker's sale Tuesday Dee. JSth, 71
Cherry Mreet, I Cohen.
Uibies, prayer look., terttaments, account
books and stationery at W. T. Kerry & Cos.,
Accident Insurance--a good thing to
have about you at the KitTtoad ticket of
fices, and F. K. Perrine's, No. North
Chipman, HosmerACo., No. 24 Col
onnade building, Cherry street, A gen to for
claims of loyal owners of slaves.
Ia this city, yesterday auraing, Zr-i.tiOpotiOti
iafaat daogbter of H. C(ar an.l I.i--;n n Pri..
aged U months and 2 days.
The friends and acquaintance of the family,
are invited to attend the federal thk morning at
, , 11.1. 1 . . - .. . .
11 o ratrei., iroia me ranaeaee of iln. Broekt'
Suth Summer street. Srviets by Per. Dr.
WILDING KNOWN AS THE DI8-
Prtntr ah.;, t. T.--:iT:r.;r" ??' ","u
1 in ..1. ' , ""ii nuai-iai mr k rnnunt
. ultu,lu"' i-ntHur, or omer purposes.
Apply tp Jno. Wallace, at this Office, or to Dr.
J. 11. Llndsley. fi2V Cherry sircet.
For Rent for the Year 1867,
THE LARGE WAREHOUSE AT THE C0R-
??r , t,h."Ch an!1 College streets, now occu
pied hy R. 11. Cheatham & Co. Apply to
, .MKS. JOHN W- WALKER,
deea-lw No. 21 High street.
cha, Mnricnbo and Rfo coffee. Al3o-. imnririnl
nnd domestic wines and brandies, at W. W
Totten's. 21 and 23 College street. Naihrille.
TDY DECREE INOHANCERT. INTHECASF
ui mmw. ii . u amer ts. me Dnenu ot xiarmsen
county and others. I am directed to rent for the
. . . l -i.tr ii-. r. . i i . u : . . . .
.The More Houfe now occupied by Messrs. R.
II. Cheatham & Co.
The Store House on Church street occupied by
Messrs. Hamilton Jt Green. And n Store Room
between the two houses shave mentioned.
Those wishint to rent will calUm me at R. C.
Cheatham & Co.'s. corner of Church and College.
uni-ii u. it. t. uuus. Trustee.
A NUMBER OF VERY DESIRABLE LAW
. uu iiusmrs voices.
Also, the rear of a building on the Public
Square, below Cedar, .street, -contaminfr eight
rooms and suitable for a family. .
iAijiiv hi no. n unerry street.
dec-lwt , MICHAEL iVAUOHK.
A -TWO STORY FRAME JIOUSK ON
-fi. Spruce street. onp6slte thnrMl,li.n..?iU-tf
re roomi. I'rice. iier
.i very mingling operation. Th is iM. ,i. .r. .
proves, if proof were necessary, the imi Z Z Z ,rf o. ,i,t,uie Ten-
porta,cc of having the business conducted ; "0Z to rs , !i the "Jf "'
openly. Mr. McCulloch. hv oneratinn 1. " T?!P! h t,,e I"""
secretly, mav scare the on bio. U " V .7" rea"' a" "? 'W0 baIes:
course htus.reduce !he Avenue, while It 717 tTl
. Mk- ii.uilllll 111,1! lllUIl
A STflRK Bnn nv miiMion c--..,.n
A ", -i ..V. "'.l l I CI 111.1.1. .. nuuu lire 1CICUUC, HUlie U WKam tl, ' 1' ...
opiiositethersiaeeyllouso." An oiceUen will accomidish nnil.im. vi,en the '!ct is borne lamind that mat
stand for busmojs. Apply to ,. win accompiisii nothing toward reducing nlanfPiM lnl.n.,l -i. . i- 1
deo5-lm : 1 jfJ!. ALLriWifY. the volume of currency, or getting, the f J f r? J ? ,,Taniafi
For -RcnirI htotJ&-Wr for Proper acil,t,eS we cannot b,
also clear that the Secretary will need an
easy money market for a year to come, at
lean, more than anybody else. ""There will
mature, within the next two years, begin
ning in August, 18G7, $S69,920,6S4 of a
currency debt. This cannot be paid. It
must be converted into long bonds, and
how 3T1 th p! lu-m'i I j tn hn'.nM it li.K
f SSw.on". Cednar:CS,trr,eUe,?",,h6 " a f citement by
vt or six rumt i'rice. Sift) I iht sivr mwnimnj r K t r.
partment? The result of an attempt to
wonder at this result in a year nronoimrpd
very unfavorable for the production of the
O IlOCEK Y MARK CT.
Tlie grocery market yesterday was toler
erably fair, and quite a number nf large
sales were eflected.
A. LOUIS & CO.,
30 ftorth Iffarkot Streef,
HAVING DETRRMTNED TO MAKE Ai
cbanne in business, offer their lane stock of;
Foreigu and'Dom'estio Dry Goods,;
nooT.s a.vo sirocsi
HATS. NOTIOX.1. Fie.. Jlle..
AT .17'. j CKXTS PRIt VAUP
Rope and Iron Ties,
alio, for Hd. u rbiup tt ttiy can I Ua-L A ittB4.
nun inira uii. regular price nr Iron Tii iii.i.! I,i Hkmo
wLu want Uh'i tl aain.
,, , 0 OKO. C. AI.LKN .t CO.
lialii. Sept. 27. low:. siii-tl
T H E S T A T ft
The 3tnj;nlllcnt -Stenmrr.
DIU II. B. SllAW. Marter.
DR T. J. SHAW. CLERIC.
WI!I Comnienre Making nectilar
? -TIp New Orleans aad M kmfid,
this-trade, and has been refWWmlTrVfrt!
ami thorouxWy iirefhaahfd. ad pitiBeuwewl av
?oc-d juilgM to U ose of ilie uioul eutssWanbi.
and substantial steamer n the MTestora wtr.
bhe to large side beat, with a may and feu.(
one bUDilred artl etaat, as.1 Slly eo4 eiaM pat
sengers. Her rapacity b eight hundred Inn an.l
her aecemmoilatlons fnr rarrytnc eJM are-
----.v...-i-,. l-r, rVTTTnV II
ti nul .....,1 C ..I : .. . k- . .t
-.'. . " -,u-1 " Board
or Underwriters, this uteawer "'" mih hcrsuili
INSURANCE C0MPANY. ?AT$"lhtr
The DAVffi WHITE w.ll Iav.Xaiiill M
jiew urieatH on the Hrtt rue In the CanfethMd.
Not only AT COST; but at pricos to suit any one
- Wefy 'ttentjon of ,al tnerebantsio thlsj I 4 '
A4 WAUmnarltlwni 1. f. ,1.-- I ni .aj T I d .
on us. as our . I IXIA:Vi
Fini:, ma n tne. irui.r.
T It A NS POKTATKs.V lil.SK S
Taken at rnltnble Unlet.
-Losses fairly aiUute.l and promptly pai-l'Ca
Office. Seeond National Dank buiMlnj, Collets
street. john LUMSDEN. PresiJent.
a W. J. THOMAS, Vic. Proaaene
JOSKI'H N ASir. Secretary. .
UHOl'LD PP.OCUKE A REGISTERED
O Tfeket or Policy of tha Railway Hnssenfer
Aisuranee Company, of Hartford, the same bat-
, .--.u i. jj-iirti, ,1M iut Hi hlOIll I. UIU -
in tJokl. Sllyer, aoTernmeht Slot: and ComponnJ I Pnies of note in the I'nited States bavins; been
iili-iroi .iui-9. I .viimiiiumni iuiu iiiu uiio
cloiicq raiccs. I A $4,W0 Ticket, for one day costs only a cents
i 5k I"' T 'J cen,s- r five days, only
Wholo S t :o nlct
V L.O,9JBiD O V T
''- A I-OIIIS CO.,
iaurNorlh Market Street.
- - - .... ,uv "tc. in. in m bianrn
er ireicht or pasean atxilir mi hiwuJ (..
ANSI G X E E'S S A Is K
1 1 t A V I" mi IT If IS IX- a 3g,rJ
X the benefit T eredilors. mw ta we tgV.
D, Denta Jt Ch Oate.1 plenW 3; 3 t
will sett at auiiti, ob
TIIPaSDAT THE I.ltti IXST.
Wl.Vd.VlilEV il-O.. eTaV.r; .ad rv.l.r.
v ........ . - I ror thre darii.
u.i.iii.1,1, ,'UT.J,, 15tt. 1, . , ' - - - - - .tj i . I J
T. ' .. I 11 2l runt. Knr tan il.r. nnl Z'trj. .,. I
- - .. .... - - .. j s. ...... u .r. iiul... auu
tuee xicxets. cover not only
GouisM Iat. Kotn
Jnne, '01. Ill
M.S. n.iu.l. 1!S1 in
KIit-rl A.9iXi m-.
Cocpen 5 3l:62.vl7
S.9I1. 'd- ,n
New I.iua 5.20V..- 19T
Coupon 10-lOs 9J
And. 710 with tnt.lWH
Jnlr 7-30 lot-
TnnftiM tlnnif. fMi nan
Aim. rn.-.iH, -. , r
, . I-. i - n Aiaiu 01 soaiaern
liinrKAtM i-,1m iui i i .. , .
i-;iv.iiwfluii wmo aesireu.
ii'ivi mi linn larnuard on
i j T0r i ' CmciBnit,i CouIsrUle, Hemphls, Eoj
5. ' mu-, aai. aii parts ol Uermany
7S.fXZ. ".viirui Deai we.
OVFTny rnr-i.- TTntrtr. ...IPI ...... .
tta BanV of Tennenas.
umce Hours, 8 a. k. to Sr. m.
on lor thirtr ilnva
TrareliDg Accidents, but all others.
i . . .. ....
jaiy. cviill.7!i v ui. m vnauj, luiuim un ana i
ii ii . ... I Duiinvn rnfM--M.hnAUi.,. ,.nt.i. .1 1. rr i.
" v va no I one Bs upon itbck a perfectMiniature I'liKcr. Iltirniul oniwltu nr
tw v. ,,, I rorsale at the Qoneral Railroad Tlaknt DiBm.. I Al.i. if r
" " Ma '(U.'l09 ?,C Ch,u.rf h, a.Di Sumtuer streets. onit I Sale abwlhtt.
" "Xnl 'a-m St. Cloud Hivtel.NaihTille, lefsale. Terms
" &v'.. 85.107 I , Juaaru aasu, 1' J
i .)- inr I nOT5 lm Afent of the C-mnnnv I . II. MiTTwrim
At Vtu it .n.l a Ii..,.. l 1
:." i. . .."T" ""viwiuuiuui
tne ieae-aiMi all uw
' AU HalUitU- .! Vlul- ... 1 I I
'? th 0ty StM Bakery aa4 Coil
hstabUshmenl of D. D. Deatoa A Co.
'i iwoi'criy pibwi ia part W
One Klenm Eugine A- Boiler, Complete.
Four Mactrfaes fcr raaflnfttet urine Crakr.
The Oven Is m mM presainn.
OtHintem. .Saeirfa aatt Store 11t
turer Desk and ria4ibm State.
AUn t-UJrbl wv.mAl Ai ' 1 t
lic : abeut twenty wwrnHOrackc-j : Jt tCL
iaiii.ia.sw aei m iaaaw
Furaltnre. Be4 .W M- 'ps
II to div
live or sis romi. l'rioe. AH&l
A THKKK STORY STORE HOt'SFT on PM
4 N ELKOANT BRICK DWELLING HOUSE
in uBiKins uroye ier rent lor tb yeai
IJS7. Possession triyen on tbelSthof this month.
Fur naWll-tllorc anr.li- ... I Tlln.m.l.:. ...
okveiiar anil aikias streets. dcc5-ICt
For Ren I or I.etiHe.
A FIRST-CLASS STORE nOVSE ON THE
IX. l'ublic Squire. Also, a nice little Farm
three miles from tho city, well iratered. rood
land, rood neighborhood, good improrcraents.
PossciMien ciyen to both Immediately. Apply to
A. H. HICKS. Hicks' China Hall. 43 Vublie
iVl Wiuroh and llroad.streets.
A TWO 8TORT DWET.LINO on HlKb'.' be
tween Church and llroad streets, with nine or
ten rooms. Apply to
CALLENDBR Jfc GARRETT.
lec9-lw ncherry street.
For Rent for tlie Year 1867,
r mr n Longer Term,
A ,JAiL WTTOK PLANTATION
nit long Iwnils upon a close money market
would he a heavy decline in prices. The
holder of 7-30s know this, and they know
also that these hondi are payable in cash
or C per cent, gold bonds at maturity. This
option, ui ytew ot the talk about an early
resumption of specie payments, Wheld to
-!n.!57nmfe be valuable, and therefore, as matter, now
e and Chsttanooua Knilmn,! Ti,,. 1.. I at mil )1. Am M.' Ill Km am rrt
For Sale or Exchange,
AN ELEGANT SUBURBAN HOME OF
twenty acres, two miles out on acooipike.
Rich toil, rood house, are mores of fine fruits,
fsnciap and outhouses complete, perennial spring
rVlA rifrn llnnu. nawlr .!nl,.l Will 1..
1J at a bargain. If not sold by the lith InjL. j
wiu w rcBiru is a iraoj tenant reasonably low.
luijuiic ai iai. vmco or l . 3. Aiarr. uanker.
is line, ai mues irom isashyi Ic.
Vila ami fh. u.:i i "; "
.ir.iToTi '"-.rriT.. ""VT-1"- .in?w.are
-uiT i . V-T -"""ru nu ,eT prouuetive.
with plenty of house room, stablin?. etc., besides
-.ir i ii i.iuiBiiu siock oi an sorts.
Jhilsa.Ka3 r'i?f wler If n! rent- befor
y twuuiucr uoxi, u Will bt rnt md
,ii. ii, i i i AimcuHin, nt, tnedepot,
will show the land to any one desirinjr tn rent
the tame. For terms apply to
N. K. ALLOW v.
WI-3" Church street.
stantl, ttierc will he no conversions. ThU
is the result of Mr. McCulIoch's recent
financial operations. " Jb
aweAja question whicli has ajiocal interest
of onr own citizens just new. That paper
Patties who We Wen robhej of bonds are
Ii-atlies WHO Hare Wen robhej or bonds are
5ia?.?w.AerW of ground ?f ? M.FAIW.M well deSSo!
1 in I till " i """:r or oenrtr" u tne owner of
T SJH' S?.tRS?SPE. ON BROAD
attaeh! for Fifty Tboasand dollars. nlvMl tn ' ?J Sif J,t lh holder or "bear
Ten Xkiunl Aiinnnl- lvn.n.. JSf ..r- no,ei and nothing can imDair hi.
5sAI F OF FORT I fl Nl FQ 5?f.hJ.c.?.Ln.l??!t',',ri,il Ptrsonal Brother
. ... - " -- i .V."' .. ". """"r parties wno bare iMt ihrir .i
n ucKiiuuua oi 11 c nrnntii-it is . - . i mmrain ... 1 . . . " hvu
'omeandexaainiir " """"n- ".' 'ntrary to tbewel-de
A tast young gent, who came up to
.Nashville on a viMt, being a wvjourner in
Memphis, had his pocket iickl the other
night of a fine repeater. He imbibed al
together too much of that article various
ly called1 eye-opener," "nervine," etc.,
and on his way ta the hotel ran sgaiu.i
Fome person jrwt as he was turn in r a
corner. The individual with whom he col
hded was profuse In apologies, amuted
younggent to his feet and kindly offered to
escort him to the hotel, and the tww walked
arm in arm for uinm iliianv vt.n-
... a 1 1 1 .1 1 1 1
the Mranger hid mu frieml good evening
and walked away. I jkhi iindreasing a lialf
an hour later,yHing gentlemen fmind hira
aelf minus hh wateh. Ilew areyou friend
ly pt ranger?
nillOSB UKAl TIFPL GROUNDS OF THE
inree muea nut on the
DKkerson Pike, hanag bees sub-divided into
. . . .. . . J rr IJKU, will
bo (inerea i ine puonc on
TTJES DAY, TI I C ISTU IT..
T4fther with all his Howehold and Kitchen
Furniture, 1- artnlor Tool-. Stock, etc.
I.nf V,i 1 . I ...... i- t-
---- iirauiiiui grove ot rorrel
Tree, In the midst of which stands the splendid
, ""iu'"'' i'wiw. iipo.on mis let is tne
''"i iiiueiaae,irnm wntcn the place is named.
,7" f nawnMHi mai, mere is not a
lovelier spot fur sal0 ia the vieinit of Nahrille.
LOl AO- uflat-li - 1 ... 1 1 . ..
..Z- " 1 . r. ' . ""IK'inK XIXK, Wtll
w. crm wim i urrvii rrees.
. l - a, 5 mostly rlearad land
led li remove to
tilleshort of nrnn.'.h.7i,- .Tt "VI H
r.il I nainn ul.. I h . T. . - 11 i"
ih. imin.wr....:' "V: ?'"rtune to
wi. .hi Th5.C: . '"l. i0 'D 'aw suits
I-O..T """ UB uoaiiy settled the
Xavhrllle M'liolesnle Vry ooU 3lr
Nashvilu:, Dec. 12, 1 SOC The dry
gooili trade ha? been quite active during
flic jiast week, notwithstanding the cotton
market lias iieen very much depressed.
inere nave been no farther concessions
made since our last report, except in dress
goods. They are much reduced, especially
in figured poplins, French merinoes and
prints. Drown drills and 7-8 shirtings are
firmer: 4-2 sheetings are somewhat easier.
We think the stocks are larger and better
assorted than they have been any time
during the season. We are very proud to
see our citr reeainme her trade so ranidiv
We hear of dull times everywhere, hut
here a heavy trade is anticipated lietween
this and the first of .Tannarr.
Below we give the quotations of a few of
.1 . I I? .-a!-t
ine icauing inicm:
PitXTS-TVoy. l?!v Empire, li'ic; Waauut
ta, lfie; Low els. lfc; Duchess B, lGe: ArnuUs,
17c: Nanmkeag. 17c. Aliens, I&nl9. Dumeli.li
iil9c; Oloarester.lftr: Richmond:, l-; Spraguei.
19c: MournlnM. 1331-: Merrimac D. IS-; Co
rhMes.3V. Piaksand Purplw. av; SnlW, H
19f. Oil prinU t-l. ''" ujl print 4-4. iv
Urowsi Sarerifos and Huistixos Oreit
IVmI.-k 1.1 ICU. ltai,rta Mill. J I .a.. a
, , tfiiii. - -Jin",
more 4 -4. 2Jc: Arkwright 1-4, 21c, Tnnese l'r
uuums I-, avic laymanui-4,UtK Indfsn'llead
41. 21c; Salmon Falls C, ICc: Paeifia A,
nrgtnf3-..nc; (Iriswold 3-4. lake: Carrafls
" a? u mostlj- cleared .
The Doc or having datatmiaed
Mississippi, the nl wtfTVepAsftlr
llollti t n . ...
-a. . . . . '-"-"wwwcii win mrD
ttt 9Y, ' mxr j-i i nnff
I'. S. ExoixrrR'd Orrtrr, 1
NisaviLLE. Tssii., Dec. U.lsW.
SEA LED PROPOSALS WILL BE RECEIVED
at this Otbee until Thursday, December 2).
isa for the purchase of Fort Jones, situated
near the L'nioa Depot, at Chatxinnnn Tmn
This Pert contsins a large amount of cut aad
dressed stone, one maratine and other fixtures.
Proposals should be addressed to " Brevet Mtd.
1 1 .l Hnrmni.ii9 1-. . . t.-..:. T- c i 1 ,
7.NahvilIe.Tenn.'' Proposals should give the
rastotCae address, plainly written by parties
making the proposal.
uy command ui aioj. uen. Tnnus. v. S. A.
n . ex. UEwRUEBlRRjDtlHS.
Captain of nginenand Bn. .Major V S. A.
niHE LA1J0E CARRIAUE FACTORY. NO
X North .Market street. blow the rkuare.
occupied by Myers A Hunt far the last elgh
years. Uii al a good location ftr a Ware
house, or fer any kind of manufacturing busi
ness. Inquire el P.L. NICI10L. Court lleuse.
Cflmo anil Arfttntn!.
i-osession Ut-n. Juiiuedlalelj.
W II nnnn,-iv
NsshvUle. Nay. 27,isiK.rm -ast. ' ,ae 7-S, 13c; Augusta 7-4, 1-; Peppwel S shirting
I "In Inn ..... . I- C-.l n , . . ... I tfi.f Hi! fl .ti. iln P .in '. 1 1. nUlli.
! Dwelling House PorTent iS.88 tei5-
1 "Did the notieo of the rol.lrr ... . I" .caro DomsTics-HuBt-Jt 4. Uke: Can m
. . --t .i.rn..i..i.a v .. . . r."' aw4 auir r . j u i . ...
tn UIIIOU NtlfPl. ""'i''.;4.0"" itaw, and they chose to disre n.'.'TC- . V?"A fl'' .'T1-?..14 ,M'
Opposite Nen- Theatie.
Itillinrd Tables at Auction.
W?JL.SELL -S" SATURDAY. DEC.
IT 15. ISuN at our auc tt.iu room. 16 Xotth CM
TWO FISfn OII.I.IAUt TADMLS.
Phelan's make. They are now on iV.lU.
. DOL1N. BARNEH A. CO..
Engine and Roller 'far'sJiJ.
A Tk90P ATI,0NA.RT ENUINE AND
both tn Srstrate order. Trior m. ..f ...rf.i....:
TiaTr.l- tn Jri. Ml I"." ".'
";-""" -u ue aaa tens'
.- ...... mii i.i uiu oidcv.
.urridr.t t ii i-.i sii n'
r -. . ' un, .un nicy caose to ulsre
a?h,,Jhin 'K,re "''f purchasers In g0od
Lmi.r.n.ff..lf '.PurehMed.anernotiei. or
Jawcnjhlers tbepnreha.w to be mada in bad
impTie-UdrMlh - " 3 P4,rfn"e "ntr nsU"
"L'win VI rh rnllnv u ll.li, 4k- t . -
, . - - . " - " " a -ry tu I Ui gUlB A Far
diet against the National Currency Rank. The
T . . WU1 unauesiiuuably. be.
ult imately deidd iu favor of the bank. .lell!
will not recover his Und. and will forfeit the
rivts of a protmrted suit.
'T.I illmlrutM- n...uu 11 .
uiiUed, and the liouds to pais through serenl
iianas in inn country, and then be sent to uer
many and jald : and after all 1hi.. "nnsi".
ihoBld he-grvrn io all Wallstreet. Andsuppose
..r.l7- "l.i. u.u Vur w
... n.irn iutj BrriTroni. Ana Mlppuie
.... ...... jjuij. -iu ut return, goes lu Wall
stteet te-ltll his bonds, and there dUeoverS that
-IV' ' . ui" ii,, vaanmaii t 4,
27e: James' Steam .Mills 4-4. 30c; Hope .Mills
'-. Aaoasuaie -s, m; j,ew toik .Mills.
PiilD LlSy-i!ESB4.'4 j 1 . H
Pi iin Vt . vvr, alfuT . I .-' -.1 1 if"
Hsuvy Piiio Corrnm 3Bisr,.?.
sii-Kti vnrts ias5Jllc
Amskicax Dst-iN'S3r-"t:c; all ul it,-
1 ilkl Uel.r. 2W?HV- Mobflr4-
Tnos. 3. Maaa, Prei'U hQ. Taasox. Caih'r.
ATI0NAL SaYINGS C05PA
1-wia.i vnion sou vouezs streets.
The following: are tha rtea uM far nm.m.i
mosey. Then quotations are liabls to fluctuate, but
uij uo ucjiouucu ou b laiucioai MDgta or time fr
An.!llnuM I... . - . - , L u . . ...
.v.,..uw. . un an.7i.cii of nftii Tir express. II ror.
wanted without delay . ,J '
TENNESSEE. Oeorria Ballroid and
Bank of Tennessee . .5) Bankiag Company
Bauk of Tennessee, Bk ofMIddls 0. 87
TUtea IVVl. 03 a"im sua ..'Jo
Planters' Btnk. 80 utD otAuguita ..40
Union Bank .77 Augasta laannc .08
llnlnn n.nvr.rlf T7 But of A tWbl IS
Bauk of ChtUaooj"l'- " Columbu 30
ivommerc.w.par vmuiiuvics . ..ui
KnozvlUe 50 " Emptr8late..20
Memphis T)r !' Foltoai..., 3.'i
Middle Tenn...9fi 8Tnah 4.5
Paris par " theB.ate.fOa.13
the Union.. ..mr City Bnk of Auzusta-20
" WetTenn.'.48 Farmers' aad Meehaa-
Buck'eBank pr . Ice'Bank...... ...10
CAtr Kant To IlechanrCs' Batik nr.
Commerclat Bank 9S' Merehaots' and Plaat.
pierchante' Bnk....par eri' BokmM10
iNorthurn Btak par Platers' Bsnk 12
,Oeo Bank .20 "" 18
Rest on (easa imM hi fall
Gold...,., Jus " -j1 - . ,
StT MOK 0,,T FOR BA"OAWS HENDEROJN BROS.
.furnished when desired. I
i PEACTIC-tiL PLUMBERS,
HOOTS AND SHOES. rAS ANli STKAM
ou,xionii tncrrj strcot,
pppralt (Mewnaite Bo4iHe, KftlntK TevsMS4.
ESTABUSBIS IN 1S8S.
P. H. FRENCH,
;vo. ai pirnMC! sqi-atie,
t'luuiber' nnd aaaiitlrr
i i no
DA AN ENTIRE KBW I
CiiHloui.Mnilc ItootH ami SIiosk
which he will sell at Panic Price. Tho-ein want
of good, durable, tylub work will find them at
...icia.ij iminn firrce.
OIA.,.iJPk TIiAn i'ltnl.
BY A RESOH'TION PASrfBH AT A LATE
meeting or the City Couneil. I he Committee
on Cemeteries was dire, ted to make exaMination
jIS III AtllfahlA i7rTLuriuljs tk. n . t .
son. liTiiig in the ricinitj- efNahiJle. wh own
and wwh to sell any grounds suitable for siu h
f escry lieseKetiea. efa.. eta.
ChaniMiore. Braekets. Sa yittM- mJ
- - - .
j " O-Ntfit's I. fl. Ctix
ALL CLAS8BS OF LKJIITIMATB eXiAreHiS
agabnt the I sited -SUlas UeTiouiMt.1
promptly CAllecteil. I'sitM-ular a4tsNlsi girwa
to aias fnr KqualiMritm M BeMwiy. PewtiM
who bare. 9 led elai us at y beliee, ad wsw )nr
im nmru inw me taieu a Hcnesttc u taesa.
isak of 3heIbjTil!e,,..8S
Traderi Baak. ..pir
LiSe aud General Ina
rsnce Company ........ rn
, SOrTH CAROLINA.
JUnk of CamdVn .t.'
i " . CharWou
Bnk of Cap Tear 20
" l.7rendon ....(
A" IKiojrtan. 10
. H. Carolina J3
Purpose, are mile-ted to leave notica of the
ssivn lUD.uiiir fir .1 Hslllakr It hat j .Ho
Act witk Ifm Mr.,r ,.r t u.l:i... t.1 .
the 164h inst. II. S
dert-lw !R Ih'nl'emrtrryriw.
" rcheite....3tCM. m
1 1 Newberry 4S VaaceyiUIe.. .06
tile Milt Houth H..k .a
ireiina.Tii-r.... fanners' -Baak of M.
Commercial Baak III Caretlna ...- .M
ia.H.MM.lt lJereh&nli' H.nlr -.
LKxcbaa2 Baak of Rax 1 ro' .3
111 rtAP1 rsaMw Plaotua-
Farmeri? and Kxi
ilnrrlnnta' fldnlr Id
People.' Bok. k ,
PUnteri' Bank bt FilT- 9
FJeatert1 and lleobsn. -
Ice' Bank It
ftl.ta Tln1r 4
Colon Bank......... M
A LLTHWSEHAVIXII CLAIMS AUAIX.-.T
JX. the .estate ft Reddicl: Sutauier. ,lrrr-i
are hereby notified to 81a the nine with the
5. . tnty Vnrt or Stewart county.
h( .1 1 e o t TeoBeee, i nr before thellKhitarof
iMareh. I,. legally autheutieated. in writer Ihst
the same msv be liuldatt ami discharged m
aeeordaace with the aets of the LcgMature of
the Ute or TeoaaHee relative t isMAlrewt
estate-, fhn the Sth dar f DummhIim- IMi
dtf 4tw' KDMl'Nl) VINSON, A.IV.
are retuestetlteMmt ftM tie presctrt rmMtHi
atldreM. as man rbaacM tuHre takes pheee iw
IheiMMUl arrtagaaytuU store isieir eiuswe wce
filed, and lettar are being rttt.red to tt every
dor unwilled f.r. I fmemt vKHlng KsiiWaejtcw
9n fer tha fuirpose of ttrgigg a c4y sil
dest ot all Lhuu now in 'y hsaita. sxtd It
. n. . . . I L . I T v.. .t.i. ... . , . .
iwiitani a .". ia .wo miic iv cgHaUSSfBte
wilbelaBN prnmHr. xidlttoweH e TWwssrw
will have tv be iWkHi In mmny rM. atul
ekims. JtnMy adrawrivt '. Mior'
I- ami ettstess' eMtsax.
r . . . i . . .. . i .. . -i. . v.ai . .ji. w .
a mm .iw rfavm rev mv ....mull I mexISli fVaW I -
asliuu Cowpi-lejer brtwiom Sow VoeA.
IJre rr-CM.I. sih! Qn-lAwn. Irwlossi.
i. a. Sox am. joiix .vm i.u
10O lo 250 per Montli.
Good Chance for a ironic. WAi jm2S!&
miriVrc'onimotJ5Msn I'nuilly j
InarMnfhlue. Prfc-o ooly iM. Thi4 Xta-tuiw
Bak of America. .par
' New OrIfne.r.
itattAl Bank. OS
(Sliien'e Baak 9J
lamUtana Hljat Ra.V T'.
SfrhnkV and Trejure'
iUuik s. -. ...as
Ell.rrbBt.' Bank iHO
Krw Oil ine Scri. . W
iiaukef UiSUli . r.
CeotiurrUI Baak- ...M
(Vnttal KaUraad UxokO
Bnk of BirktUy Wr
' HowardrrlHe ..2n
the OM Dm!-nIen...-.40
lb Vsli.7 or
AI5IIaISTICATOKS SA M?.
NTHPBSDAV. DECEMBER 13, CZ Wilt
Ir w fJ,..rtlVk.?'A,t ,h CWit-llMweiJeoclii
Ha hh frlil la - -' ' - - o a. . . . .
tDB. ilMMJikl fk-tBStl !(. S C av. IS . .
v - .IWl, ITTl Vn liriaMMl MMkeSg tf I
e"bf.,Wk ,M - -hkh " - DR. . L. L
TWO STORY HKICK DWHLMNO
a,i,L,..Ll 'W. . , I...L - - k. . ll . l "
. . -a'-l WlUtJ IWUIWIIIESUCH, StWOtTttSa-
T? R M O V A L
I j AS REilOVHl) FROM taMIKK TSstsaT
CeotBlBeikorVa '"'js n. , , , AA .o. 210 ofor of CW aswt MrtW-
&nWlak 0moU"i'I 'Sbt "., sid erfUe., o,. bmJto eeet. whre ,H w4s may te4r hi st
ralrawaatCBk JZm n?rT..P i T". w,,L la nemiw. Coleman a. Mi raeietM( wftSI hi irferc.
r-. .'.." "o . i. ,"r-' " bebr ilay f ).. TS I. - J-iT a lie! and rltnatAte. l(,.r. r..i.tmi.K . k.U
I l . a . . "
eftie( tsewc M
rrimr Bank t Via
CKtle ; Ii
TarMers' Beak of V29
1'inmii' , j y
UenhaaU' Bak. 40
tferchaats' and U.
chiolct Baak. .T4
Vauthwestera Beak.. . 5
Trsdrre' Bank ju
' t. ...
KubvIIU (Ti' U.
B Btoek.... jj
Tax Kereleti. .(
Terms. OHe-tbttd raeb, haUoer tvhlr aaet eL-
teeOBMM.Ui., will, A, irHr
M. It. HOWKLL, Aeu'r.
,, ... A . N EIiWN A CO Ambi
T)otlv Uau,( Awlioari. ktr sm.
' nniffis. Jir.Dici.ns. j'hki'it.hmkv.
AmI other astn-le omatly kept in
nsnmeBV. watss no obiti at .wo
.MR. CIURLW "J ERST sUeXoo
keoperaBd Prriftlioit at DrignwtI
e 11 r 1. 1 IW I imhS
1 1 , .Mm&nr.A v - - - -
lilte pUtuoro ui waettait opoti
irivaw. .11 . .
rrefretwnH irniriii '""T twat-
P-iiMxled at M H.r. JoseJ-if
I "f ""uB W-sT 100 ACRES OF THE p.led!
- i-iri wnireen 1 life, beiw Hr. . u. f 1 - - 1
d Pike. SBd adjoining I TniHl t;e f Sale or jcenl 1-lMlnlC.
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e cur. orb ibo IlichUivI
1 ; . own wo m ia. Dim
samestand mM desirable farsas in the Slate
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p 1 . 1 1, ' 1 11 1 . f ,, I In food repair: about aere if timber asd I the R4f' wffieo wt lte video CMMly, U
uioin er and merchant Tai or. Mae ?' nJ i,at 3,rM rf'..'". jr , .'f86-. i
u u 1 spnng'j sowiogj first-rate spriosr; KiehlaBd isr sale st the .Corho door, ia Xasto-
4 0rrWrUp Kt. n Public fipuarr.
ev bank: hint.r n.l h.oV 1... .i, .,
deoS-trl to'his own words. "A nurehnsa -ftr rtii.rr
Is prepared la execute PUOIVORAI'lliibf every
descrlptiaa. ireUtAttantliw paid ti. :c,hrlm
aptu at deetaiod oolUsrs.
totners andth public, asm
S.ll Sllhll.. - hau
ilavlng ssjured the sorricM of 1
kins. O.S. Iujci ind Saa'l flyj
stfll isxaaia to s-to tbelr ifiiends
MKi. or eaca'l
spring j sowioBi first-rate prise. Kiehlasid I nf solo at tap . UmrMioose do
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it Jr.. . V . .l r i ... .t.
Frinklfn Pfle. iot 3i ssllea from the rtly.
a very aasMttotae Praoe. i
i" iay wuj ,p improresiefiM,
Ir. J. H.JuJ- I raooabl pfiro. A raaa will Ixibaed to-pleaeo
aaa. who will I who eaaot be failed In ooe uflboev pheao.
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te: ijlKgliANTTO AliKKt. OF TRP9T, W,
en. I ecuiod by .Uni Koceur. oa tste Mk
all I day nf Aatgttef, IKE. od isaly ntJtstofet its
,aul I ik. H.nllar I nt Itei.LOoa mutev 1
hot has la
or WVfftt. atul nosoalw hooFSoL,
, Wossms itt to serfd deed of WmSt
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