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k XTIS COlAiRS.
sadowa the advancing -Prus-a
ditch half filled 1th
AuHrians. Among them was a
Wed Trftk txHarWW.' tire ttriors
Irtsfeed t)tayi him; and liavV'a Ju'rgeen attend
t o htt wawidi. bet he begged them to let him be
trherahe m, f he fait quite cool, andcowtwt
iMeJun a hrl tWe he'died'. 'Open rcmevW
War they Joead, folded beneath him, the
"bit af rag" which through that Moody day had
Ieai the standard of hie regiment. They fere
1ore to seise the trophy, but wrapped it are and
)iw body and laid him to rest. ,
Sadewa's fatal field was fosgbU
uawartl the rmsmns poured
ulte&L preud far through the day,
ijrblieree bad been the direful Iray,
etr Dag triumphant seared.
M'ild sfeottM of victory raag out
Pram Hp Kith battle stirred :
AbJ mr a face grew dark with paia.
Arjt bimv a deep wound throbbed again.
fThen Usoe XTul shouts were heard.
TVe aasauariftg legions panned upon
The CeM ltir won
And whore the Aastriaa thousands stood,-
The dead asd dying bathed in blood.
Ijf ottetaaed beneath the tun.
And there oiatd those dying men, ,
Ifrterlncne groan or cry, t... .
H'm one. who through the fatal strife.
At tltMh he bre a charmed life.
lladvared hit colors hlgh'"!,
kaa naw. and tuda In
iim ureKefl nag-Han tear
OT Prussia in bis car.
No aether ever kissed a cheek
Ilk fading eyM he gently elesed,
A allonion hi Jin reposed, i
.were n tared in prayer.
Sabeautiful. go brave. 50 young.
Thereon the field ho lay r
HM vttUra strive to staunch his.wound; ,
Thpratnve to ha him from the ground:
He waive them all away.
Laave ma," he cried. "I aik no Mdi
Death's damp is on my brow,
lere so the green earth let me lie.
I are In the sunset ihadowa die
Oh 1 I am happy now.";
And death came and gathering round,
With manly, tender care.
They raUe him from his gerr bed.
Awl lifting op hi youthful head.
They smoothe his dotted hair: ' 1
And there, beneath him, folded, toy.
All bloody, smeked. and torn,
The remnant ofthat knn brioM
TV. . .1 1 . t . . . . "
inrougn me uiicKost
Jin nana haanobl.
rmiirari menDrustisa tender Iran
rem eves unniftl tn vivn
They wrapped the flir'about hfeTbretst
And,oftly left him to lilt test . ft
Irf (flory'a sweelest sleep I
ANOTirnn bscyceioai, forth
Home Correspondent Pall Mall Gaietto.
There Is a rumor in the official world that
the Porie will issue another Encyclical to
all :hc Catholic bishops and 'faithful
throughout'tho world, calling attcftltiori to
the territorial difficulties of Italy, as the
allocution of yesterday treats of her religious
difficulties. The Holy Father is resolute
in holding that the execution of the conven
tion ot feoiueraber will place htm In an nn
tonable situation, and claims ths interven
tion of all Catholic powers in support of
the temporal sovereignty of the Roman
pontiff's. The threatened departure of the
Pope has alarmed the French Ambassador:
he is uneasy, also, about the movements of
Mr. uiaustonc. who has already had two
interviews with the 'Holy Father, and vis-
ni maiir ui me uarutimiH. 1 esieruay. me
tt 1 -, r m , . . '
i ojc reveivcii am. uiaoaione, wno was
accompanied by her children. It is said
at the Vatican that Mr. Gladstone told the
Holy rather there were but two courses
open to him he must cither come to an
arrangement with, Itah or leave Rome, and
111 the latter case ho would nowhere be
more independent than In Malta. Mr.
Gladstone, at llio same lime, presented Jlis
irolincwi with a plan of the palace of the
Grand Master at Valetla, remarking that
it would afford htm n very convenient
residence. The rotHjs threat of depart
lire may, alter all, be only used to
induce the French to prolong their occu
pation. Certainly, his Holiness has been
wavoring sinco tho consistory, and has
even allowed a high personage to write to
Florence to intimate that ho might be dis
loed to renew negotiations if the Italian
Kovernmentsentbim an honest man. It must
he berne in mind that allocutions and even
cncYolieala are not eo often a reflection of
the Pane's own sentiments as titer are those
ot lite dominant party ol the court. A por
tion of theSacrcd College is very dissatisfied
with the allocutions of yesterday. Some of
tlte cardinals left the Vatican with looks
betokening disappointment, while others.
who knew what wai to bo naid, took care
not to bo present at the concistory. But
there can be no doubt of the spirit in which
the Pope delivered tho allocution on
Poland, as he immediately said: "I feel
myself relieved; it seems as if a load had
leen taken from my breast."
The Roman Legion has at last accepted
the Pontifical flag, which was taken to
Viterbo by General de Courten and de
livered into its keeping. The official Tie
counts estimate tho desertions from the
legion.at only 44; wliilo private letters state
them to lmTC reached 224. We mar judge
which report to believe when the Giomale
i(t Jioma ilcnios that there has been any
demonstration nt Viterbo, though the fact
is known to everybody. The deserters from
(he legion are said to enroll themselves in
VI . . n aw a a
1 near mat ucneral Kanxier lias pre
sented to the Pope a project for disarming
all the native army, and retaining only the
THE COOLIE TIIAFFIC.
Hong Kong papers refer to the condi
tions of a convention recently entered into
between the government of China and the
English and French ministers relative to
the coolie traffic, by which new restrictions
arc Imposed, nnd express a belief that the
business is no longer practicable except br
evading the laws. The Trade RrpoH of I
.eptetnuer 11. says :
' One of these conditions is that the
hired eaiicrants shall not be enraired for a
term exceeding five years, at the end of
wiuclt period a passage back to China is to
he provided. The consuls of all the treaty
power will doubtless be invested with the
Miiiie authority as this convention confers
upem Iiritiati ami French consuls, upon the
rewwctive representatives of those powers
at Pekin agreeing to the conditions im
posedbat the impediment of tho traffic
lieinc conducted legally is that the parties
lequiring emigrants will not consent to so
hhort an engagement as five years, nor are
they eoAtent to bear tho expense of the
passage back at tho end of that ieriod. The
traffic is therefore at the end of all the opeu
ports, ami it is hardly likely that it will be
erHmteu to be conducted at Hong Kong
in violation of tlte laws of Chin3. It ap
lcars that a very large demand exists for
i-ooliaa for shipment to Cuba and Pem
the bournes from which no cooliea ever
return, ami the whole trade has become
ixnicvniraiou at Aiacao. 11 is said that no
less titan lftO.OftO will be required this
Mam that is between now and April
Macao teems ,wi Ui barracoona, and, as the
lnw w me coeuc appears to be of little
itm to the exporter, the result can
not Ite viewed without much
moii. The Maoao authoriliw nre certainly
and have-demHled tlie trade of all the hor-
1.5-1 .,.11 .. i . ..
rom whk-41 were 01 0111 auaeueu to it but
they are imtotetit to exact the retralationa
after the vessel shall lie beyond their juris-
diclkm, so that over-crowding cannot be
provided against. The peoplo in the dis
trict oantiguftHS to Macao arc too much
alive to the evils of the traffic to "be induced
to 'wniBrate. The coolies are procured
down -the west coast, where auarchy pre
vails ami where feud-fight cause great dis
tress. Small crafts from Macao swam on
that seaboard, purchasing and otherwise
obtaining the required victims, who, on ar-
rival at .Macao, are eold to the barraooon
keener, ami by him supplied to tho Span
iards and Peruvians.
Thb SatHlttekr jRegistcr fAji the Union
soldiers buried during the vr&r on Johnson's
lei ami bvtt been moved to ooduwn Cemo
lrv BMtar Sanduakr. and remlcrreil and
SLBZSSSrSS&ZlB, 0IIS, LEATHER,
le0N tel-en charge of br Rer. Mr. Til ford,
i . o.!.li. r i : r-1
(VwaMwiofier ef Soldier's Cemeteries far
Ohio, aad -Kill be much improved in aj-pesj-aBec,
iBclod br a substantial stone
and iron fence, and the land trill probably
he purchased by the government.
Jas. A. McClure,
Hit Union Street,
And Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
P I A- X OS, ORG A NS A X D
A 'Ftlt SUPPLY COKSTAKTLY OX II AW) ,
J. of llanos, from the worm-renowned joakei.
Steinway i gone. J. 15. Dunham. Socbbecr '&
Sehwidt, and A. Ji.Uale x iogewcrwuo
other makers of note, at price, same as iew
yorV, from 33W to ji.wi. uarnnart. ecunam
I'm., ami Geo. A. Prince's celebrated Oraanf. and
Metodew, Kohl at Factory Prices, with full war
rantee Mine heiag the oldest and largest Music House
'Hrtiffi WmKity, purchasers can always find the
"Oftrl C I rSlW?t hri t rW . , rM .ati(faenop
N. 15. Mr. S. IIAIIK, the well-known Organ
and Piano Tuoer.-and Itefialrer, is engaged by
mn. Itpimirinf of all kinds of Musical Instru
ments, done at my house, at reasonable rates. I
u ,.,1 w t t I
- 7 11 ,
Corner Cherry and ITnion StH,
or xnw yore.
Carft Awcls $025,000 00
Xorl h American Imirmiee Co.
Cash Assets $751,033 57
, C Coluinhia1 Insurance Co.'
OV NEW YORK
Cash Capital $500,000 00
Continental IiiHiiraneo Co.
Of NEW YORK, 8
Cash Assets S1.G03.C24 00
Seeurilj- Insurance Company?
OP SEW YORK,
Cash Assets $1,548,904 02
Northwestern JAfc IiiHiiranee
I OSSES PROMPTLY ADJUSTED
naid nt this office. .Murine and fire Risks of
all classes accepted at rate graduated to the hai
nrd Involvedi, 1 ,,v
. AVe'nffor ataeJium ,of safe' a'ndnvailablo"in
demnitv socond to none.
a- Life policies at LOWEST ItATKP with 110
restriction ns to travel or latitude.
C U.T STON
JellVrson, St.. North XaHht ille
A ItE PREPARED TO TKE CONTUA'CTS!
JY for all work in tln-ir line at the rullowiii
named prices :
For rubhed or droi c Sills or Stcns. ner su
perficial foot 81
for ousu iiaiumgrca worK, no , .1 uu
For Flagging. d 7S1
For Curbinc per running toot 1
livery &nd m mm,
BKTWRKK SUMMER A'D CIIERltY.
niHE UNDERSIONED WOULD MOST RE
X spectrally call the attention of the' cltiiens ol
ahvi lie ami puldie jrenerftllr. td his line stock of
'a u el ;arriagcN,
M'hich can be furnished at any hours dsy or ni.lit
Tbe Uufglesnnd Carriatcs are of
: it - u i
The Most .ISodern Style,, ,
And mr Horses cannot be excelled in sneed an
style by any inthaeitr. (live "UP AND UP
a sail, and I wnrroit tn irlrniattiif-Mifini ' ' M
I wfidU also call the particular attention of the
pubiio to my
FA'I LITIE.H I'OIt ROARniXtl ItOUHTH
HsTinc secured the crrioe of the'heat Hostler:
in the country, and my Stable being thoroughly,
TentilateJ. 1 led confident ot eiviEe
To all who may favor we with their patronage.
Harinr ct aiutrt
a ,porl of this Mammoth
Stable for the
I most respectfully solicit a share of their pat
nro. folicit a continuance ol the sane.
J. F. PETF,COST,
out Hurone: nimroreil Lv the Imnerial
School of Medicine, Pans; es)drsl by the promi
nent members of the American Medteal Asaoata
tian. at their convention, held in Haltimore. May
roxTAixs xo srntiTS or ,.v m.vn.
XOT 1XTOXICATIXH IX THE MUSI.
It is TrMiarta In Pitrtd fami nnr. SaroDr nnil
admit in its composition only Tostr. AhomatiC
and I cRaircoK substance.
Ladies will find it a delicious substitute fur the
various tonics nhiah hai e an alcholic I1 .
Is a rare Wiue ot moM delightful flavor It i- the
Pllltp jriCK OF A MOST DELICIOUS
ailAPE. It surnasses in trcullcnse acs (able
Wine in the ceuntrv. I d ri Eunifve for rr-J
menial purpeses. thurch people are Invited to
Inquire into tt.
Those Wines arerolB by ell dmvciM.
iZ (XI per Lottie, larg site.
EWLKU Jt PEXDLWTOS,
epH Agents. KaahUlU
J. LTJMSDEN & CO., -
uiKtirscrfBeM in MiarKi ix
Findings, Curriers' Tools,
Wo. O "SOOTH 3IARKRT STKKET. So. 9
WEAKLEY & YABBBOUGH,
; C t... '- .- f ')
JiOBTII COLtEUg STP.EJJT.
eSl barrels eitra'siiprrflhe,' Fleu'r ;
bemerara Scear; ''
' CO barrets Crcthed ao J PowtUrcd Snjr';
200 sicti prime Eto Coffrt ; . . -
2 sacks LaguiraCofiee; -26
barrels fresh Wee; ' .j . ,
' 50 barrels "New Orleans Molasses; . . ,
OK) boxes Proctor Jt Gamble's Soap ; : " i
150 boxes rarioa i brands Soap ; ,
100 boxes SUnCandlcs; i ' ' 1
100 boxes TaltowX?audles,,bj pressed?;:
DO boxes fine Chewing Tobasra;
5Q (grots Flae Cut Tobacco t '
M barrels SnisWh; Tobacco; '''''
2S kegs English 2-ojJj
40 easml andSb.caas Ojrstara; V Kl . .
60 boxes Pcppfr . i - j
50boxcSp!ee; iT 1
50 lxnMlnJigo J ( . . f
CO boxes 6rouad MniUrJ; hm ,r , ,
V, barrel Mason's Blackings' 1 rt ; ,
GO boxes pint, quart and halfgalloa "Bop!
20 boxes parretr'sSnuH; f
SO gross DurVee's Bluing1; , . 1
25 barreli'fiourbou Whisky ,' "
25 barrels Bobertsgn County Whisky ;
100 barrels Koote NaskProo' Whisky ''( J
lOu barrels Ginger Cordial i ".'.'
IS barrels atngetrWine ( '. '.
lil barrels SresttWib ; . ,
CO barrels Grape Vinegar ',
50 boxes Starch ; , , .
50 dozen Brooms i '
2000 flour Sacks ;
, 50 boxes assorted Candy ;
Brandy, Bum, Gin, Wines, of Tarlous brands, al
"vvkakivey ii YAiinnouorrs,
Ko.'3 Korth'College street, Kashrllls, Tannesssei
B. B. CHK1TD1V.
b. r. wood
E. B. Gheatham & Co,
, st .- .
FINE BRANDIES, WINES,
TOBACCO, ; CkBS
C!or. College and Clmr-ck Hts
1 AfiV .It? h v J c! l:
1 t sr k a i ) ' 1 a..
100 baM choice Rio CofTee.
12i bbls Cnwhed, Powdered iand Grauu
1 ' la'ted Sugar. f t I
140 bbls Coflee Sugar.
50 " JIackerel.Jfo. 1 and 2. .
' 25 " " ' No. 3. " " "
150 kits " No', l", 2 and
200 boxes Star Candles. .
125 " Soap (asaorted.)
5 Tiercea fresh Rice. 4
25 bbls Cider Vinegar. t
650 Extra Family Flour, Spring
neia ana jrori ivoyai juiua.
100' bbls, J bbls and kegs countrylard.
5 tierces Dried Beef. , t r.
50 bbls N. O.rolasseaand SyrujM.
50 bbls Sorghum Molasses;
10000 bushels Cotton Seed.
Together with an assortment of
FRESH CANNED FRUITS
i " and Cherriett
and Pepper Sauce!
MpiccH, iepper, cie., eio.
AU0XQ3T WHICH ARK
0 J Pipes:Fine Brandy,
Hennesey, Otard, Dupey & Co.,
Pinto Castillon; vintarc, 184952, and '57
dt united Vineyard;iropnetors;1850,
3 Puncheons besClrishandScotch'Whisky
'i. t npes Jamaica- itum, ,
05 J casks Sherry and Port Yltie, all
8 casks pure Malga Wine,
4 Pipes pure Holland Gin,
76 boxes St. Marceaux Champagne,
30;'. .Cabinet . U "Iry1
C5 " Heidsick
125 boxes Claret, very fine.
lObbla'OldCroV," 1855, warranted su
perior toiny ever offered la Nashville.
18o bbls pure Kobertson County, old and fine
130 " jjrjurbon, ail grades,
23 " Apple Brandy, pure,
8 " Peach Brandy, pnre.
Anlset, Curacoa, Abeynthe,
Maraschino, Wampoo Drakes,
Plantation and Pokers' Bitters
and London Club.
fi.000 Qenuine Imported Havana Cigars,
410,000 Baltimore, all erodes;
Together with a a-encral assortment of Stsnle
ana fancy urocenes.
It. H. CIIEATIIASI & CO.
novll to janla
P. H. 1A1LST,
C. If. OBOWAT,
or Giles county.
t. a. siarLi.
of HunUTlIU, A!
Vermerlr or JUaurr to.
)kUt x. CASS ST,
ul n ilhauiion county.
BAILEY, ORDWAT & CO.,
No- 5 and 7 Broad Street.
WE BEG LEAVE TO RETURN THANES TO
onr Mends for the Terr liberal share of Mt-
ncac bestowed upon our boos the past season.
and wouM say that, IiATlns enlarged oar facilities
far storing cotton, we are now prepared to elTt
every attention to the storage, sale and shipment of
all col ion our mentis may eoinui 10 our care, rt
nromlM that erery effort will be used to secure the
.ry highest marhet price, whethsr sold Jure or la
Will make cash adrances on all Gotten or other
P rod ore shipped to us. Our terms shall always he
as low as any other reliable bouse.
JAMES W. I'ARSKT ana Y31. T. SAliri.K WUl
lve their undlTlded attention to the Cottoa Depart
uent. and will strain erery nsrre to aake it to the
interest of planters to patronlte us.
We wul at an times ceep a iuu stacc or urocris.
lUczlDe. Rope and Twine, and all grade of Flour
for sale at th lowest prices.
WANTED e wish to purchase washsd ana an
alwsjs give the best prices,
1UUN 1 1 V'l , -
Dried Fruit, and wUl
AILKT, ORDWAT k CO,
Fancy Flour! Fancy Flour!!
We will keep constantly ou hand, by th single
barrel or car load, B. sanghn k Co.'a Ceibratd
Lochland MUls Flour, which w will warrant in
Try Isst&nce. W will also xetn seTam cimr
t,rnii of Flonr. which w-ofiae.tolhetradaatthe.
lowHt cub tmces. ueaitri wiu uo,wu to axamina
our Hour urre purchasing! I i.
BAILET, ORDWAT & CO.
augSt-Cui (U. & A., B. , ,
Office .oflhe Traveling Agency
St. LottU MutijroMfttsaratico Co.,j
of Viae and ChnrtU
At 0 W.gmllh, Druttsre, Nashrtlle, Tetn.
nerl-tr JOHN D. KLINE, Agist.
A. A. SPENCER & CO.
Southeast Covnor 6r
Church and College Streets,
AXD UEAI.EILS IX
. o m O C 'EMtXI-lS,
Flour. Bacon,. IariV,
SmiED FfltSJB'BV Etc.. FAc
t - 1
1 1 SkMlM'fI1lMl nllli rni-K At I ho Lnircst
Mnrkci Prices. . '
, OUR LARGE WAREHOUSE enablesuito of
fer superior inducement to Planters and others
'BhintfW their Cotton' and 'other Prr.ahce tn us.
on Ftueti we win .msne
Sell. Store, or Shin, on tlte most
Parties Ciroring us with theirbusiness may
depend on it receiving prompt and careful
'attention. A. A. SPENCER CO.,
- Southeast corner of Church nnd College sts.
Saturday, Dec. 29, 1866.
J. E, GleaveB, Adm'r, vs. the Heira and
Credilora of F. K. Zollicoffer, dee'd.
TN PURSUANCE OF DECREE OP THE
X Chancery Court ut Nashville in -abore
named cause, and by reason of the failure of tho
former purchaser to comply with the terms ol
the sale, I will again offer at public sale, at the
Court House, on
Saturday," Wweiiiber 20, I860,
The former residence of the late Gen. F.K. Zol
licoffer, fronting 46 feet on High street, and
running back 170 feet to an JS foot alley.
This property i3 well known, and is in tho most
desirable, portion of the city for residences. Tho
purchaser will be put into possession immedi-i
atcly upon complying with tho terms of sale.
The purchaser will be required t6 pay one-1
fourth CASH, and execute note for the residue,,
due at one and two years, with interest from tho,
day of sale, and n lien will he retained to securoi
their payment. The sale is without redemption,
MORTON 0. HOWELL. CjindM.
James T. Armstrong et als. vs. Robert M.
Porter et als.
TN PURSUANCE OF DECREE OF THE'
X Chancery Court at Nashrule in the abovo
named cause, I will sell at the Court House at
Kntnrday, December SO, 1800,
Tim two Store Ilmisei and Lots on the SGUtll
side of the Publio Samre. at present occupied
byMiko Powers and J. A. J.Iioso as Clothing
Stores. These lots each front 25 feet and ran
hack 30 feet, and are . entirely covered with
buildings. , ,
Thk Teems of Sale are $300 upon each lot
cosh, and the residue upon credits ot ono ana
two years. iNotes required wun approvea seen
rity. and a lien retained. Solo free from re
demption. .MORTON H. HOWELL,
dec8-td Clerk and .Master,
Peter Anderson vs. McRoberts McKee.
TN PURSUANCE OF DECREE OF THE
a- (.'h.inrrrv Court at Nashville in above na
cause, 1 will offer at the Court House at Nash
Hntiirdny, December 20, 1800,
Tho following Lots in the Craighead Plan. lying
live miles from Nashville, on tne Uallatin lurn
Lot No. 1, containing Si acres nnd 19 polos,
and fronting on the Uallatin Turnpike, upon
which is situated tho old Craighead residence.
Lot No. 4, containing? acres and 122 poles, and
lying in ttm roar ot lot JNo. 1,
These are tho lots formerly purchased hy Dr,
.T. (!. Xewnnn.
TERMS-Credits of fi. 12 nnd IS months, with
interest from day of sale. Notes required with
approved Been rity, nnd n Hen retained. Sale
free from redemption.
MORTON B. HOWELL.
decS-td Clerk and Master.
Lucy -Ann Marshall and others vs. "Walter
TN PURSUANCE OF DECREE OF THE
X Chancery Court at Nashville in abovo named
cause, 1 will sell at tha Court House at Nash
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 29, 186C,
Tli. ITrtlian on.! ...1 aF T. Vn .A.l!..
feet on Line street, and running back 100 feet
lyinsjustabove Mrs. deck's bpring."
Also, Lot lying back of above mentioned lot,
fronting 30 feet, and extending bock 30 feet to
Treppard's line, being part of Lot No. 37.
TERMS: One third Cosh, and. the residue .on
credits of sixlnnd .twolve months; with interest
from day of sale, and a lien' retained. ' Sale free.
MORTON B. HOWELL,
decS-tds Clerk and Master.
William Lipscomb vs. S. E. Jones and
IN PURSUANCE OF DECREE OF THE
Chancery Court at Nashville in the abovo
named cause, I will cell nt the Court Houso at
Hatnrdny, December SO, .1800,
A Tract of Land In the Second Civil District of
Davidson county, known a JLlm uroig," con
taming on acres, and adjoining tne lands ot ta
old Franklin GoUeco.
TERMS OF SALE Credits of sir: and twelve
months. Notes required with two approved
securities, ana a lien retamea. aie tree irom
redemption. MORTON B. HOWELL.
decS-td Clerk and Master,
Noble D. Ellis vs. Susannah Moore- and
A DECREE OF THE
X fThanrnrr (?nnrt at Knahvlllo in
named caso. I will again offer at pnblic sale
Saturday, December 20th, 1800,
The property owned by the late firm of Ellis
Moore, and formerly owned by Dr. D. T. Scott.
being Lots Nos. 9, 10 and 11, near the Buena
vista aprlnijs. Tbesoiou tront 400 yards on
the Buena ista tnrnpike road, and run back
between parallel lines 275 vards. Lot No. 11
contains 19 acres and poles, and has upon it
a weii-Duiu ana Deautiiui iirick uottage, con
taininir nine rooms, and furnished with nil th
modern improvements. The out-houses, smoke
house, stnblcs. etc., are substantially built of
brick. Un Uit no. v. is an Artesian well, which
lurnisnes an abundant supply ot water. A ma)
ot tnese lands may be seen at my oincc. I'urctia
sers are requested to examine tho property. It
is an elegant suburban residence, and the
grounds are well adapted for a Market Garden,
TERMS. One-third of the purchase money in
cash, and the residue on credits of one and two
years, with interest irom date. Notes required
with annroved security and a Hen retained.
bale free from redemption.
MORTON Is. HOWELL.
Clerk and Master.
ANDERSON. JOHNSON & SMITn, Agents,
Bettie W. livell vs. Francis M. Murrell.
IN pursuance of a decree of the Chancery Court
at Nashville, in above named case, I will sell
at the uourtnouse, at Nashville, on
Sratiirilnj-, December SO, 1800,
lot on Spring street, in EdgcGeld, described as
follows: Beginning on Spring street, at the
corner of a part of lot sold to bam'l 6parkman,
and running theneo along Spring street towards
the White's Creek Turnpike road, 40 feet to a
stone; thence at right angels from said street 143
feet to tne southern line ot lot no. A in net-
mores plan of tdgeneld; thence with fnul line
WUt TV tec. I" ui'Mtnwuu 0 i v i , 1 1 , , luiin, II 111,
Snarkman's line to the beginning.
TL'inifl. m u . : : i
with two approved securities, hearing interest
from day ot sale, i
' sale, and a lien retained. Sal free
MORTON IJ. HOWELL.
Clerk and Master.
Ellen Deeha v.". Thomas Russell, et als.
IN PCSVANCE OF A DECREE OF THE
Chancerr Court at Nashville in the above
named cause, I will sell at the Courthouss in
Satartlay, December 3, 1SOO.
tract of land containing 75 acre;, on the waters '
of Indian and .Mill freen in the sixth Civil
District of Davidson county, adlolninr the.
lands of RobL Mayfield, John Briley, Tibitha
Bond, Newton Briley and others. See particular
description in Book No. 30, page R37, of the
TERMS OF SALE-Six months credit. Note
required with two approved securities, and a
lien retained. Sale tree from redemption.
MORTON IS. I1UWKLL,
dw-S-td Clerk and Master.
WE RESPECTFULLT INVITE OUR Fill ENDS
and all pvrooni vlitllng th city to call and ex
amine onr floods
Clothing1, Furnishing Goods, Jewelry,
Before purchasing elsewhere. W ire determined
to class Dut. ud gUaranteeHtUfctta In enaHty of
'goods and prie of earns. We hsv a
KDliL 'kTbcft TO BKL.KCT KtlOSI,
Xni prons can pnpar far tb "HOLIDAYS at a
great saving by gtrtng us a calf.
novZO-lm 25 Public Sonar, Kathvllle, Trna.
1 & tS T
. ! . .
K KLKOANT AJKOKTMENT Oi" ItVKKY
thing new nj OwirsUe. Our stesk of
is unsurpassed hy any In. tlie conutij.' Lkm, mj
tblnc new In .
YEMTTr, SILK", and CLOTH CLOCKS,
LACK 000 ,
WHITK HOOtlS,; ,
, , . I10S1KKY,
3!i:.!S 1 AXD -iliADIES DNDEKWEAIt.
.1. ,e .tsOLOVES. ETC ETV "
In short, every thlny Inofar line or imiTnp.u lim.hl
the most tararakle tertui-, ana at prir thi
Cahnut fall to glre satisfaction. ,
' J ' 't,'l '
Everything ; We Soli. Ijj .of -the. Host.
AnJ will alwa'y tnrn out'as reprntentcit. M'
It. T KltlKHA'-i'lrlMf, '
' Sol !ir, College strWt,
ortil.2m.p Old staoJ of R. a MeKalry .
M't COWH. JAS. V V-IIAW S. A. IIAXM.T
COWAN, BI.AD5IUW & CO.,
IirTnilra Wholrsald Pc&lers In
i ' oods,
NOTIONS, L0YES, HOSIERY, ETC.,
N'o. Oil, otllienit Cor. Pub. Square,
IX K HATE IN STORE A WEL ASSORTED
ti, .stock of every thing embraced under the head
of the above Una of goods. We know that we can
make It to the interest of tne trade to buy front ns.
tve invite an inspection ol oer
Splendid, ii'ew and Heavy Mock,
Believing, from long experience, that we know the
trade, and aro prepared to snpply its wants.
HUM & ..CO.,
Ho. 10 Union Street,)
JJA VE ON HAND A FINE STOCK OF E
TOHN B. EVERETT AND JOHN W
tl MURRAY, who are carrying on the business
of the above firm, would respectfully call the
.attention of their friends ami ot the public gene
rallr to this stock of NEW GOODS.
Mr. Everett and Mr. Murray are, and always
have been, residents of Nashville or its vicinity,
and consequently are identified in interest with
the people whose patronage they solicit.
Their houso is tho game occupied hv J. B.
Everett and II. R. Buchanan for the period of
lourteen years previous to tne war. ihey return
to the business again, hoping to share tho patront
ace of a cenerons public. To their old frinnrts
and numerous customers they would say, "Coma
and soo us," believing that the satisfaction here
totoro given will bo n suuicient guarantee lor th
Jt. H. LAlflEB,
, . (Late of Lnuicr, Phillip) & Co.,)
Wholesale Grocer and Commission!
aro- 39 south hakket htueet.
T HAVE JUST RETURNED FROM NEW
1 York and Baltimore, where I Durchascd a
mvr stock of Groceries, and am how oneninir at
my old stand. No. 30 South Market street, whero
l win ue pieosea to sco my inenus ana tne pub
lic generally. I shall endeavor to sell Groceries
at such prices that merchants will find it to their
interest to bay in Nashvillo Instead of going
farther. Any business entrusted to me will meet
with prompt attention.
The following Articles comprise a part of my
stock in Btore and receiving i
Choice P. R. Sugar, oxtra Demorarn Suzar.
Fair to Good Dcmerara Sugar, Crushed and
I'owdered Sugar, Cut Lnaf Sugar, Ground and
Granulated. Sugar, A, B and C Coffee Sugar.
Stuart's xtra syrup, Choice mo uoliee, ba
guyra Coffee. Old Government Java Coffee,
choice Rice, Wheeling Nails, Bee Hive Syrup,
Clear Sides. Cheese. Pernor, ltaco Qinzer. Snice,
Fire Crackers. Star Cundles, Soap, Concentrated
bye, Indigo, Madder, uurKec s least rowuer,
flrnund Alnstard .'Penncr. Snice. etc. ; arid a
general stock of Lirjuors ; Copper and Lead-
all ot wuicn win ue oiu low to mo iraue.
nov25-3m L. U. LANIER
JOHN D. JAMES,
(Lale of the firm of I'ajie, James .t Co.,)
- Wholesale Clroeer
NO. 0 SOUTH MARKET STREET,
ATOW REOHtVINO A LARQE LOT OP OnO
J.X cerirs, couslstlng of Flour, Bacon, Sugar,
i Special attention Riven to the sal an J shipment ot
uotton ana otner rroauce. oau-u
LeMOIHTE: & WILLIAMSON,
Office Nd. 11 N. Cherry St, uoar Church,
' ; 1
P, ,0. BOX 375.,-.. NASHVILLE
to suit all localities and tastes, can bo seen at this
John Kirkman, Geo. S. Kinney. R. II. Thompson
Wi Ty Berry, A. J. Duncan, Robert Thompson, and
maj. v , u. litlll. atw-lv
IfEiVRT J. UIJEY,
CiPEOIFIOATIOJJS AND WORKING DRAW
O INGS, made with or without superintendance
tmce, at ma jiaxweit liouse.
Y. D. Folto.v,
J. J. McCaxv.
A R C H I T
E C T S,
N. W. COR. CHCKCH AND HIOH STS.,
NasliTllle, ... Tennessee
TILANS. ElKVATIONS. SETIONS. FULL
X slzsd DetallDrawlngs and SpeclDeations, com
plete and entire, (with or without superintendence,)
fnrevery class of .Xccleslastical, Civil and Domestle
ng. Auo dtsigners of
Monuments, Stained Gloss, nnd role-
D. M. AKKnOTD
W. K. D0B30N
FRENCH BUBE MILL
TILL SPINDLES. MILL MACHINERY,
ill. of aIIdeecriDtions:SteamiRncine. Saw and
Grist Mills, Hoisting Screws, Smut Machines,
iielting and Uniting Cloth. Screen Wire, Mill
Picks. Plaster of Pans, always on hacdiand made
to order. All work sold by me warrs nted. I also
contract for the erection of Flouring Mills.
Corner ufColIese nmlBronrlStreeta,
K0BEET L. CAEUIKEES, JB.,
TTAS PERMANENTLT SETTLEDTN NASH
XI VILLK. where be will pursue the practice
of tha Law in all the Courts of the city. OtSee on
College street, over the Bank of the Union,
adjoining the office of Cari'thicm A CoortB.
IfcOCTOR JOSEPH JOXF-S,
(laic or Arai'STA, gmieuiaJ
ia iMPTrfrrFfir.i.T offers his profbs-
XV sional servicos to the ritliens ofNaihville.
Office at his residence i .enn ma svrsu
DEM0VHLE & 00.
Wliolesnlp nnd Retail ' , '
Corner Ohuroh and Cherry, Sts..
nrjiLKK.4 ik ' '
MEDICINES,, . . i
t WXDOVf GLASS, ,
' VARNISHES, PUTTY,'' '
DYESXUFF, Etc. Etc Etc.
. . .u--
WK A.RE V IN RROEIPT OF A LARGE
JT and varied stock of FANCY GOODS of
v"."! pugiua ana American manuiaeturecon
Luhin's Ertracts. Fine Soaps, ' ""
Hair. Tooth, and Nail Brushes
Combs, Toilet Powder,
Pomades of almost every variety.
Also, a !iro stnV f T-.:i c ;.:
twenty-five different patterns, the finest assort-
or urounni to me city, '
r3 nna wm't1 ALanl 2,"- Lin'eed Oil.
Coal Oil. White Lead and Zincs, Turpentine, ami
Window Glass, (all stiee.) Colors in Olltwhloh
we are ofierinr on thn mrut
Brandies, Wine?, Whiskies, of he purest qual-
itj tut uiwiiuisu 1'urpusee.
A lull stock of Cigars and Tobacco, of the best
Coopers Sheet and-Shred Islnjlasj, Coxe's Gela
tine Flavorintr Extracts, Spices of all kinds : to
aenrion ot nonseteepers is at this
time particularly invited.
ED. WILDER & CO,
TOBACCOS AND CIGARS,
3P cej o? P rrtr as
G L A S 8 W A RsE.
T1TE HAVE RE3IOTED TO OUR NEW
And Spacious Warehouse, Marble Front,-.
North Side of Main street,
NEARLY OPPOSITE LOUISVILLE HOTEL,
OSK DOOK BELOW THJt C0B5KE OP SIXTH,.
Where we have opened an entirely new stock of
uooas, ana win oner to tne trade, together with
DRUGS AND MEDICINES,
A varied assortment of
D ruggists' Fancy Goods.
Liquors, Cigars, and Tobacco,
Comprising the most complete assortment in
ono house in this country. All of which we
shall offer at manufacturers', and less than 1manu
lacturers prices. marSl dly
An Eiecant Stock of Fall anil
Winter Clothing anil Gent's
" lilJjrTTSOT6X'S,'lI Pubtlc.ficiimrc.
Pino Drah Melton Snit.
IItrXTIjrGT05rs, It Pnblic Sqnnrp.
New Styles iVohfor Street Coaly
14 PHbllc fiqnnrc.
Elegant Brown Melton Bus
Scotch and English Casimcre
n0.vri3rOTOJf,S,I4 Public Square,
Boys' School Suits.
Oxford Mixed Business Snlts,
nUXTiSGTON'S, H Pnblto Sqtmre.
i Elegant Plain BuslnessSuits
Castor Beaver Overcoats.
lTCJiTINGTOX'S, 14 Pnblic Square,
Children's Cape Overcoats
A Fine Assortment of Sole
IITJJiTINGTOVfi, 1 1 Pnblic Sqanrc,
Toutlis' Business Suits.
14 Pnblic Square.
Silk Mixed Cassimerc Bust
HTJXTfNGTOJTS, 14 Public Sqnare.
TiY VIRTUE OF AFI.FA.T03IE DIRECT.
Ij ed and delivered, from the Circuit Qeurt of
Uavidson county. Tettn- X wilt expose to nublie
sale, to the highest bidder, for cash, at the Court
llotno door in tne city ot xasnviue. on bai
UR0AV. the 22d day of December. I860, all the
riihL titlo. claim, interest and estate which
Jason 11. Austin has in the following- described
tract or parcel of land, bounded aa follows On
the north br Wm. U. Hoiran's and Oeorire Rich
ards', on the west by Mrs. Young's and Dana!
Clark's, on the south by J. Rooebe's heirs, on
the east by James Halloway and Mrs. Wright
loo ACIlUi. more or less: betse the land
on which tbe said Jason il. Austin now lives,
levied on as tbe property of said Austin, to sat
iifr said execution in my bands lor collection
against Jaraee FI. Charlton, Jason 11. Austin,
and Thomas A. Harris, in favor of ueorge illch
ards Novembers. 1Sm.
K. K. FAXrEKbOK.ahenff.
By Jno. U. Bests, Special Deputy.
WHOLESALE AND EET4IL
FANCY GKOCE&Y STORE,
So. 1! Kortn sUherrr Street,
VASIIVII.I.K - - TEJSKHSKKl
PAXBOLFIXL t RIVA,
jrKTS CON3TA5TLT ()S BASD,, A. .LihOiJ
their line oi -be
VERT BEOT QOALlTT.
of Fl e. and Qonuin
WIXKS AS .I.IUUOK9.
u CI'lMd. Al no biai, the beit
rtis w.M' KM! vo. ' h.jV'
G. II- SMITH,
ATOR lTt..Jt A.lVe,
FFIOE. No. S9k
1,0-0 0 AC'R-BS
tsuit ';: . Hv .
.Wddlb Tennessee Miniid
Wflhlii Rcveii Mile- or NitHliTUIr.
THE liNDERSIGNED OFFERS FOR SALE
l.OOO Acres of the Tract of Land on which
he resides, it is susceptible of conresient divi
sion, u .exceedingly xich. and is cnTially
aulnpted to titnsten. One-half of the tract
is now m luxuriant grass, tha balance In timber,
which, by theaidof theNorthwnstprn R.Itm.rt.
which passes through it, could bo sold in Nash-
vute mruioro man ino wnoie.iana wouia cost.
If yon desire one of the boat Stock Farmn
erver offered for -sale tn Davidson county, apply
at once. I am detenaioed.ta sell.
I offer, aba. a.large number of Xhorongh.
bred Siock-severat fine Stallions from four
to sir years, old, a few Mares, and a number of
one and two year old. Colts some of them, in
tine condition to he trained the next season.
If the Stallions aro not sold soon, they wiH be
farrnetLon favorable terms.
I also offer.. for sale a pair of Tltoroiiffb
bred OelUlntfs, well matched and broke to
IIarne.. W. O. HAKDIMl.
December 6, lSSa tf
The Louisville Courier. Angusta Oosstltulloa
alitt. Mobile. Advertiser nm Register', copy1 to
the amount of $20 and forward hills to thisjOffice.
Gni'eat Cliancery Sale
Gen. W. Barrow's Houses and lots.
IX PURSUANCE OF DECREES OF THE
Chancery Court in the consolidated cases of
J..II. KendrickJindpthers rt. W, Harrow,! will
roll at phblle auction, on the premises, on
Tha wdny, December 27, 1S0G,
tho three fine dwelling houses on Cherry street,
at and near the corner of Oay street. Thes
houses aro well built, conveniently located for
business men. and eaeh house contains aixxood
rooms, besides kitchen, servants' rooms, etc.
ALSO, the threo small dwelling houses In the
rear of the above, on Gay street. Eachof these
houses contains six roams, and is. well suited far
a small family.
ALSO, the vacant property on the xorner of
bummer ana Aiine streets, ihls property will
bs divided into six lots four on Summer street
and Itto on Line street. Two of the Summer
street lots front each 35 feet, and run back: 125
feet. The othor two front each 35 feet, and run
back ITS feet. Tho IoU on Line street front 2S
feet each, and run back 71 feet,
TUETEIUISof saleof&ll this property will
be one-fourth cash, and. the residue on credits
of sir. twelve, eighteen and twpntv-fnnr months.
with interest irom day of safe. Notes required.
wiui personal security,-ana lien retamea. eaie
free from redemption. M.B.HOWELL.
decC-td tik .
.!. , OF
VAXTJABIaE property in
BY VIRTUE OF A DECREE OF THEnoh-.
orablo Chancery Court at Columbia, Ten
nessee, at the September Term thereof 1866, in the
caso of J. O.. Church rs. James M. Harwell. I
will proceed to sell to tho highest bidder at the
Court-house in the town of Columbia, on Satur
2 2d Day of December next,
That valuable property known as tho ,
Methodist School Property
Situated in the town of Columbia, Maury connty,
xonnosace, containing aDout soven acre oi lanu
upon which there is a
And other rmnrovements. will suited far School
purposes; and thosamo will be sold on n credit of
one, two and three years, with interest irom aatc.
Except the sum of SO 0 in cosh. Tho purchaser
required to execute note with approved security
and a lien retained for the purcbasomonoy, and
Mill ll.f.U Cm & f-.TV. M.kt flf .lutMnntlAII . f
II.,. U U DUI1. ,,VU ,1 II1UIVI , U..VU.p..MU.
noW-td J. L. WILLIAMS. O. and M
TXTII'L BE SOLD TO THE HIGHEST BID-
TI Lth.ll upon the premlse., on
Satnrdaj', Deoembcr 15,1800,
That vitliiAliTn Tmpt Af T.ftml An nrrilpii thn lntn
Nelson Lavender resided, situated on the head!
waters ot Hutherloni s creeE, near the village ot
t. . i :
Twelfth Civil DUtriot, Williamson ceuutyTen
neneo. containing about
30 4 A ORES,
About1 one-half In cnltivntion.the other half well
timbered; a good frame Dwelling House, and all
necessary oui-nouses; nine never-iauiug springy,
both free and limestone water. This is one Of the
most desirahlo farms in Middle Tennessee, and is
well worthy the attentionlof those wishing a good
and healthy home.
Terms, one-third each in three annual nay
ments.from April 1st, 1S67, notes with two ap
proved securities, bearing interest at 0 per cent,
peranum, and a lean retained until tho purchaso
.money is paid, rossessinn given, tne ist January
noit. W. D. LAYENDER.
Thompson's Station. Tennessee,
mm, mm urn
COTTOA' A7D TOBACCO
, , AXD .OSXIRAL
Xo. s South .Market Street,
a. l. sunn. Logan eounty.JCentueky. . .
TH03.rliTga;iate"W. J. T. I'arkes.
a. b. stars, Tuscaloosa, Alabama;
TTAVINO TAKEN THE ABOVE WARE-
1 llnrtQl? . i . - i f . i
Commission Business, and will keep constantly
ou nana a. large supply or
Firn, ' '
t 4 rAV
VIM! -'M -- t'! Uj intllAT.V
GkAIX, Etc., Etp.,
Ferthe Tra.leat LOW PRIpBS.' "' ' :t
NasbYillc Cotton Market.
It is a generally admitted fact tnat tbe plan now
ndoDted in Tobacco- sales of selliaa- at Anenoir.
rejervlnstbe privilege of rejecting the best bid if.
MifBwiimurr io luariamur, oof givexi mere
satisfaction, and uniformly sauted Produce to
Sell Higher than Any Other Method,
and believing that thiswill prove equally as satis-
I 1. ... I til UVtlUH ,QUAl.l.V. 1UCBII. I. ,11
1'nrkM Af StarkorNaihrille. Tennessee, hnvo.
ceneluded to adopt this plan.
ITS ADVANTAGES ARC Xl'JIEROCN.
It draws torether'alf Iho bsvers In thia arul
many other markets, the cerapetliieu between
whom iusurea the highent market price for eaeh
bale offered. Eaeh hale is before the barer, an
thathe can sec its condition, with aaamnle fnllT
urawn, snowing ili ousiiiy.
MS The owner either in person, or through
bis agent, has the right to reject the sale when
the prico is nstsatifaeteryr9 '
Ibese advantages are I reared to tha Planter.
wim ine same cxDanseoi swiinzas unamrtti. nut
system, me universal satisuatieo given to all
wtto nave ever testeu luk amem u proei tlt thts
m nor cxeeiieseeine nest inateaa beiiM.
sopls tf i
V , "NASHVILLE ...
COMMERCIAL LXSUIIACE C).
Uiflrr Jlnlibe UuIIJInC ofdbr UmnK
'''"of ttitr Union. ' '
UIi COMPANY, ESTtABLIsHiEI) IX
Ituuiu BaiUlagi, VmK ia. fX. Inh
th. raest Jstirrct Unas, ftrr, XtbLAQd luUfxl
rblcs-tkxstrkt Hwt rate).
aw lAtifrmMtasy uiWd aa twaEustu uui,,
tMs-Cjssspaay. ' . , "
K. q. JIcKaibt, uf Woo,
so. KiasjtAX, .VtBaaas c .
'. E. IIlLUA. J. II. wik.-
W. It Evaas, Roaaav Tuaarsor,
IlBflH M'COJSA, jAatS.KMKJIAjSA.,-
8 N. Mira, . . 1 :
.K-JLVMrJiAlH ft PrwUfOt. .
V. P. II 1CKS, SraUry . sey-mrp
&U JJOU GoorziA Tiw .ItBaJhlszirs.il. leebss
"Wszjmt rtoitvwl aadjaasale byy t
w :uvri ifv.ivr, - iu. 1
tovtl lti So. TJrlli CKi; MfMt . -
CH AS. BOJ3EB.TS01Y
" B A. K 353 Tt -
XO. 17 N. 9IAIIKET STREET,
WOULD REMIND HIS OLD F RENDS AND
Customers that ho is more than ever pre
pared to supply them with the very best of Lljht
Bread. Cracker? . Cake. Candles, etc.
Ha has also on hand tho best of Wines, suita
ble far medical purposes, besides a superior let or
imported Scotch Ales and London Porter, and
nna arena ot I'tsars. Alto, vurrants. Kaliins,
Citron. isg..Date. Nuts. ets.
Just received, a large assortment of Fancy Arti
eles, euibracine Toys. Firecrackers. Masxs, and a
very - Bee assortment of Fancy Confectionery.
smtacie tar vuruimai .Holidays, ;w men will bo.
soia wnoioMie ana retail. . novm-tt
A. & W- RAKNIE,
19 Broad Street.
COXFECTIONEnS AXD BAKERS,
CA1VDY, SUGAR PJLUMS,
And every thing in their lim, dralers la alt kinds ot
Toys and Fane j Articles for Christmas,
TTT0UIJ) r.E5PEOTrULLY CALL THE ATTEK
' ' tkra of the city and country merchaats to their
large and well assorted stock of tbe above artlein,
-rhlch they will seU lev '
k w. iusme, ,
15 Broad street, bet. tVUega and Market
-.1? '.I - '
John B. Johnson vs. Samuel R. Morgan and
1 N PURSUANCE OF A DECREE OF THE
X Chancery Court at Nashville in the above
named, cause. I will sell, at tbe Court House, at
Matnrdar. Betember 13Ui. 1S86.
No. 1. The undivided half of Lot No. 76. in
the McNairy WestlXash ville property, said lot
fronting SO feet on McOarock street, and running
DacK ib teet, to a io toot alley.
No. 2. Tract of 4 acres and 30 poles, eenveyed
to . R. Morgan by W. II. Howell
No. 3. Tract of 9 acres and 130 poles, con veyod
to S. IL Monran hv L. R. Rav.
Tesvs or Sale: Six and twelve months credit,
with interest from day of sale. Notes required,
with approved security, asd lien retained. Sale
free from redemption.
MORTON B. HOWELL. C. and iL
Williim IT. Haalam and others rs Catharine
Haslam and others.
TN PURSUANCE OF DECREE OFOHAN
J. eery Court at Nashville In above-named cause,
x niitavii, HuiDbuuriuuun, ai Aiajaviiie, gn
Saturday-, December 13th, 1800,
Lot N'n.SfL in Rainh . Whituiila'a AililltiOn to
Nashville, lying on Hamilton street, and running
irom Aiciiemore to spruce street.
Trans op Sali. Ono, two and thrceirears
creait. wun interest trom day ot sale. i otes ro-
uired, with approved security, andien retained,
ale free from redemption.
MORTON II. H0WBLL, 0. and M.
M. S. Allen, Ex., ta. Mary E. Yonng and
TN tPURSUANCK OF DECREE OF THK
X Chancery Court tn above case, I will sell, at
tne Vtturt xioute, at a asnvllle, on
Sntnrtlny, December IStli, 1S00,
IIA tract of VA acres, near the Nolensvilln Turn
pike, on the road leading to Mill Creek Chureh.
having upon it a neat framo houso with four
rooms, besides all needed stable, out-houses, etc,
rrl'his nlace is about two and a half miles from
the Square and is just tho thing for a smallfamily
who wish to live out.of the city.
Terms or Salic : Credits ofsix. twelve, efoht
ecn and twenty-four months, with interest from
data. Notes required, with personal security, and
Hen retained. Hale tree from redemption.
MORTON U. U0WELE, C.and M.
Elijah Dickson vs. Dennii Connor and
TN PURSUANCE OF A DEGREE" OF THB
X Chancery Court in above ease, 1 will sell, at
the Court House, atiSashville,on
Saturday, DccomUcr ISth, ISCO,
The following two lots in North Nashville, to
1st. Commencing at the Northeast corner of
Uellrllleand a street 33 leot wide, running ill)
leet north, to an alley IU feetwtde, said alley be
ing 110 feet south of (lay street; thence at right
angles 110 feet to a stake; thence at right angles
to the street oforeaaid ; thence at right angle 30
feet to the beginning on Bellrille street.
2d'.' A lot fronting 20 feet on Bcltville street,
adjacent to tho above, and running back 110 feet
to an aller.
T rub of Salk Six and twelve months' credit
with interest from dar of sale. Motes rcouired.
with approved security, and a lien retained. Sale
tree irom redemption.
MORTON B. HOWELL, a and M.
-HIERE WILL BE SOLD ON TnH PRR-
raises, to the highest bidder, at the redidenee
late ur. John n. Jones, in liodinrd
county, about ten miles west of Sbelbyyille,
on the Lewisbarg dirt road, on MONDAY, the
17th day or uecemoer. and irom aay to nay
thereafter, all tho personal property belonging
to said estate, consisting of Household and
Kitchen Furniture. Farming Tools and Imple
ments, Horses, ilulos, jocks, Jennets, cattle.
Sheep and Hogs; (the hogs consist of stock hogs
and fat hogs ready for (laughter, the jacks are
young and very fine, and a portion of tho cattle
aro very superior;! vara, rodder, uau, nay,
and a variety of other artioles.
And on the first day of January there will be
sold at the some place the tract of land consti
tuting the homestead, containing- about three
hundred and forty-eight acres, all under a most
superior cedar fence, and divided Into lots and
fields with tho same description of fence; frame
dwelling bouse ot sir or seven rooms, eiegaat
and commodious. The outhouses are new and
very superior; fine young orchard; forty or fifty
acres of meadow; plenty of never-failing water.
The personal property will ba sold on a eredlt
or twelve months, except where tne purchases
are less than five dollars, in which case the cash
win be required on delivery ot toe articles.
The land will beaold on air. twelve, eighteen
and twenty-four months time. Notes with ap
proved personal security will be requirea in all
eases, and a lien will be retained on the land
until tho purchase money Is paid.
RKflfllNd JOKRS. 1
NATHAN Inli UA.TEK,J
JJL thelbnstnN ot Sterlag Cotton, we have this
day sold out to GEOEQK O. ALLEN CO.
The Cotton in store consigned to us by our friends
will sttil fears our closest attention, as we will al
ways be foucd at the old stand, and will ship or nil
for !m, as iney may aesire.
J. A. J1CAL.131EH S LU.
NuhvUle, 8pt. 7, 1564.
Ia retiring frem the Cottoa Factorage aaJ Cem
inlulan BaslnMS. we take great pluasure In recom-
raraeinzonr aaccessorv, ltnn. worse v. AUfll s
Vo- to tbe catrenage or ocr namsrotu rrlandi. ai
very way worthy ur l&eir eonnaoee ana sapport.
J. A. XCAL13TER A CO.
NiwthTllle, Sept. 7, m.
fly reference to th above advarttsttaent It wHI be
inn that we have ioecedd MMsrs, J. A. MeAIUter
I Co., In the Cotton Factorage andueeeral CooimU-
sionaoa sorwaruiag uajiness, at tne ow stand,
Corner of Brood aBd Conrge streets, wtwre we wt
ba pleued to sea all the old customers ef the hen,
and ear owrr friod aad aeqaaiataae.
Y hope to be able to give satutactlen to an tlWoe
who may entrust at with their wuIbms.
UKUllUU V. ALLilSl I U.,
Of the Ut. Era of DUBQE It ALLEN
NathvHle, Sept. 7, 186A. sepS-U
JT. A.. avUTJKKIIV
IESPECTITJELY IK FORM 8 HI8 OLO
1j eustemet and the public generally that ha J
is now lauy prcparea ro Bscs tne nnest aiung
BooIh and .SIioch
Iatmlr at raasaasJNe pra, andthst be m
tenda to ksop rootaatly oa hand a well ouule
and well ragalated ataortReet of 4 own toafta.
M ihs oiu.auBa,
So. 4l Norlli Colleire Htreel.
J. A. MORKIX.
A LL THOSE nAVINO 0LAIMH AOAINBT
A the estata of II. L. Stanley, deceased; ara
hereaV notified to file the same with tha Cl.rt
of the County Court of fitewart county, Stat aX
Aennessee, on or oeioro tna nnc qay or rebra-
ary. lw, legally authenticated. In order that the
rats may ba.liqctdated and dWhargtd among
the creditors in aecordaneewlth the sets of the
LegilatBref the dtato of Teuneaes relative ta
his the 23d day of October.
HILL McALISTER & Aim,
(Siicfessorsto J. A. McAlUler Jt Co ., I
Commission and Jorwarding
C0TT0N AHD TOBACCO PACT0E?.
Cor. Broad and CoIIeffO Sts.,
NASHVILLE, - TBNNOgBR-
spO-tf , ,
OITITATED IH MILES FROM THE CITY;
ij oa the Uallatb Pike, fentatning six acres bt I
is nil. musHwimuT mi nniinj . uu eriimraiia
with fruit., flowers and shrubbery,
aeeo-AW i ota vueny strut.
IffiSitJUt a ro It.
r ! )
Marine and Fir e
Under the new
NO. NOWriL OOLLMK SFKK
Next dttr tm catafr T IrMiaife4..
: ... i.
JONHrU W. AT.MIXV Pr4ii)trnl.
a. wf mrrniR.1 tmriW$it
R. R. Cheolhaa. A. A. Asi
, ... Jttptl W. AIMS.
deql lr ,
Joseph G. Rye;
' ,. . .
INS XJR AN A'N'GE
)-' i.. .1 H. u
GEXERAh COLLHCTUVe AGBXT,
TS PRBPARKD TO MAKE ADVANCES OS
a. vHiofi ana sein to in i
- ' "
sion Hoaw in Now Tork. v3iiL 37w Or
leans, and NaahiW. Onem tar jjUBrOS i-r
other Prodoee wlfTreMtvw aronpt aVrtaifcii.
collections Ead, mImishA ratted
Important to Travelers anQ Shippers
KOUISYlTTsfS AWD TIFB EAST
GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY
Is now in full and sms issfal fyctfea
Frwn, GnfHtHoH to Nm York Botttn, &.,
And is the only direct rostte tavtiM
Oil Regions or I'cniis
Connections are made
JeffttrsonvHle and OMo aad
via heymour. JafleraBvill
CoL Rrallroad. UrlmiM! Lsuti
Ington and Kentuekr Ceatrsi lUilrMtl, via On
Two Tliroiifrh TraltMi Inlly..
Passengers ly the BrmwUCauM Uwy seeure
wide and coinlbrtaMe ears, uieA time, owl sure
Threurh Tickets and BoqMae Gb)ia ean bo
procured at all the principal Railroad MtdAteam
boat officers in lAlsville and theSvath.
D. McLAKRN. tlat Sup't.
K. F. FULLER. Oen'l 1VisAmsL. .
I. D.Colk. PacMiMter Airmt. 1 Xo. SFtrurth
Wv.CflUira.yreight AgSis. UtrieWMe. Kn
I. A. N I S
X on Duek river, iat HickHwa Mt4y. Teases
oee. about One Hudrad una Twatitv-ftve acre
aaC Twwity-ive acrei
el eared, baloM welt stwbstW. 1tt wkM ad
mirably adopted to the enttwee of OelUn Oarw. e.
I.UOO Aero, Finely TlmWrol, Tsnsisane
bottom Land, a taut tweaty mile alsara John
senvlHc. Apply, to. wadiir
nv3r 1m NahvilU. Tawsiatsse
FOR SXl.lt. r-
First olase Ntde Papr at M er teaas.
First elaas Letter Faan at K M r fata.
First elaM Fohwi ltr. at t A per hmhb.
First class Lsal Otrn Faster, tjf M fmnm
French Note Paper, isi W fmr 1x, LJW pe
ream. WM. OAMBLM i. f.
nva-tf CWry stseel
FOR SAI.H. .
A A AAfi SLATK PIWOfLg. hi wden
M.W,UUU box w. at 30 cents jttcltM.
Rest French copying lair, (pur
Beer French enft hur Iwk. parirH.it 75 pi. list.
uesi wt ikk. at am. w. aw.
Arnold lake. nit. ptn. 8m. fefVfMl feov '
3w (. av i f aapea.
17NVEL0PBS. at .Mn4Wt Pisa, Ui
Xli pert Ken only adtled.
a laera itself ef ali
sites and qualitias.
WM. AMLjr.t C4..
npiIE LARQE5T arOCIC.Or' J LAN
1 la the etty. Jiesen awsi
btaUenery. at prMe iowr nm wr
C J dot. Calf Pocket Saaks. ; H c da.
X in. Meroco Pooket Book ai l, Mr dz,
30 dez. Maroeo Poeket Boaka, ai It m jpfikr
400 Photgrph Arbttatt. W alaMra M MpstsV
200 groH Biter brook's Steal PesM, at Ms. W- tu.
nara)-lf Cherr' srM-
THE SPLENDID PROPKXTY OK TMiiCIW
SEE RIVER, known as tha
lonr; Island Plantalloii.
containing SIX HVXDRED AND PORT!
A ORBS, of wMeh aao.tt two hasHtead seres an
el eared and ia cultivatioa, foar hasaifod rT
ara on the bland hi tha Tenneseae HTr. aver
whleh tha NashvUla aad CfeUaaa HaJkaad
n.iuu Aluit litlrvni are On UM BAffeft side
ef the river, and iaIaduigsoBta af lfcaJbtihikl
Ing site In tbe town bf Bridteport. The soil ft .1
the very natieM raiisrt rrver aainn ""a
will predaea In gsaat ahaBilaKea, CaHoa. Ofata
and Grass. Thia tirotxtrtr UkiMA alusaatatr haaurrm
of great vahse. It will ha sold fcr Carts, r w
aeeamBtedatiag term. Far fcrther iiiitPi.
Raal Estate A Kit. XaOtM!.
JAB. T. PACK.
W. D. LAVRXDRB.
Face, LaTtadw: & Harper;
Cotton and 'Psbneco I'uoJtfi.
General Cemmiitien Mm tfeaatel
No. SO tfuleii tret, ,rw,
1?T actio n I T a-1 1 or
Ma pamaaasHly laaaMd at,
13 AOKTU OMSKKV ffttntiStT.
Ileba at reaaWad m Ksw-Tar aaeat tkt
fttiaet STOCKS Of QMM avar hfaaaht tts
w, s. aanmsOMig.
Lewis, Comiiigore & Wost,
AND OENKR.VL '
NO 31 I-EltnilM .STHBLT.
tPACTOIt&'llOWJ - . 1-
Aad Xa.3 Wat Taisd Uraai.
P E E B L H S,
-TTAS THK IfOXpi TO IX
I JL KOR.U Ms aid MasHi aad
termer pair, mx hi tatriea.
arc at their OMgauad. at tha aAae
f the united Ntntea Surveyor or Oil a.
loms. corner of Hfiul uil Vm 11 1. Mta..
(Bto A- Pcgaixa' old oflsae. Nmvi!U. Ttsn. S
John -V. HiU. fatal M. T IslL