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AVe aaH attention tojhe following adver
tWftrayfeiC which appear in' thtj morning's
fkrfefW the Crut firae. The reader w
jKjrellit Qjeia In atiolher columns;..
Cff J. vy. Wilswt v Co., No. 47 UBllege
reet,!havc fr ifeile ever Hung wlilcta can
Se fou&diin a wol orderedtfnirare eslab-
(KshtseBt, eaeh-'ai stores of every uisc and
jvattorn ; " furnace, crate, aktlletgp'ovena,
lt, ate. A1m, coal oil and lamps. They
arf prepared, to do tin-rooting, anu everj
kf4riptidn at tin and Qieet-iron work.
S. ILIevwM, Sproce street, is oflering,
at very lor rale, a number of four horse
"A jrreat variety 6f books for UurtMtuan
and New Years may be had at John
' York'n, 39 Union street.
The partnership of Brown, Sutherland
'A Go, has bean ditwolved, and the books
and interests of the house are wirrendered
to Mr. II. D. Kent.
Mr. Jos. W. Allen, agent, (Terr to rent
the storehouse now occupied by Messrs.
Bright & Co, and four others in that
The house now ooeupied hy Miseea &
A." Barry is for rent by Mr. Kirkraan.
. Yaryai) & Co., druggists, advertise new
eheailcel wonder for ChrirtaiM Am.
K large two story brick dwelling near
the city,' on the Lebanon pike, can be
bought or rented from T. C M. Campbell
or W. C Goodlelt.
' The partnership heretofore' existing be
tween John Douglas and David Duncan is
dissolved, Mr. Douglas retiring.
Mr. OiannclGSummer street, iaon hand
for Christina', "with toys, cakes, candies, etc.
The steamer Palestine will leave for
Lonnville ami Cineinnati totday, tand the
"llavanh-fer same ports trnibrrow.
Cjbn. Thomas ft stafl) who oauie down
from Louisville for the medal prwentation
f last Saturday, returned Immediately.'
A la bo e quantity of petroleum is stored
en the open coraranlw, a you leave the city
on .the Nolensville pike. ,
Kot Mocii Doixo. Bnsines at the sev
eral Magistrates offices yesterday was ex
tremely dull. Hardly anything vRi done
Boye.the disposal of a few State cases.
Proved Fata We regret toannoune
iliafthe little son of Mr. Leak, who, It will
lie remembered, was mn over by. tho fctreet
car a few days ago, died yesterday from the
effects 'oMhe injuries sustained. ' J
. Great Itargains in dry goods, at
Casteiiok, Gribr & Co.
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The eitensive stock of dry goods to be
sold at auction to-morrow, by Messrs.
yAohey, Winbourne & O'Connell is worthy
,tie attention of ttie" ladles and of 'dealers,
asMie goods are very desirable.
SmisiDiNfl. The flood bights of ,the
water lh Vomc of the small runs aboiit the
city, has much subsided Bince Sunday morn
ing but there is still a far geater amount
of the fluid in many places than is actually
Whose Hoots? On Saturday, 'Squire
Wilkinson picked up u pair of new boots
on Deaderiek street, nearly ppHsite Print
ers' alley, which had been dropped by
some individual. The boots are now at the
'Squire's ofliiv, where the owner can find
r Pbusonau Dr. W. II. Morgan, of this
city, left here on Saturday evening for
Cincinnati, to deliver a course of chemical
lectures In the Ohio Dental College of that
city. We notice from the annual clinical,
of thcSt. Louis College of Dental Surgery
that Dr. M. also stands at the head of.the
faculty of instructors In that institution.
Dick Thomas, a well-known colored
man of thii uity, died on Sunday evening.
Dick will be remembered as tlio lifer. He
was a master of that "ear.pieroing instru
ment, and in the olden time and golden
Diek and his fife was a leading eat ure in
Don't fail to go to Cameron, Grier &
Co.'s, and see the new styles of carpeting
'Wednesday, Friday and Satuaday being
Ember days, the Cureh of the Advent,
8oulh Vine street, will be opened for special
, services on these days, commencinz at
seven o'clock in the morning. The Holy
Communion is to be celebrated. AIo on
Friday afternoon (the f$iJ of St. Thorns)
at 4 o clock. (8ealsal ways free.) ,
Debr hunting where, this game abounds
is'Sll the rage now. Parties go every day
from the city and vicinity to the wild coun
ties not far away, and spend a week in the
exciting sport. A party returned to towp
a few days ago, bringing with them seven
tcen'fine tleer,-whlrh-they had killed ih
four or five days. ,
To-day Newsom, Glover & Co., anil
Arringtonf&iFarrar, .will sell without re
serve tho elegant residence and furniture of
Rev. Dr. Abbey. It is very rare that such
. property is offered for sale, and we advi&e
persons desirous of purchasing an elegant
residence or healthiful building lots, anil
most superb new furniture, to attend the
Thk TfiNNttHKK BAiTisiwWe learn
from the editor, Key. J. R, Graves, that he
intends to revive his paper the first of the
comltle year In Memphis, instead of this
city. This, we believe, is one of the oldest j
nancra In the South. Dr. Graven'hks edUcd
it for the past twenty years, and before the
war it had attained the largest circulation
of any Baptist paper in tho world. W
wish its veteran editor more than his former
prosperity in his newjoeation.
DiSCiUitacn. Mr. Charley Meyer, who
was arrested on the charge t)f having
fraudulently obtained tosfession of a g4ld
chain, was yesterday acquitted of the '
chsrge nt the Recorder's Court, but wa
finetflOHrteen dollars for disorderly con
duct. To the latter decision Mr. Myer at
once appealed. Having, as he thinks, suf
ficiently exculpated himself by reliable
witnesses from the charges brought against
him, he feels unwilling, and rightfully, we
think, to pay any fine.
Thk new stock of cariets, just received
hv CaweroK, Grier & Co., are the finest
tHqy. have ever had in their hmHe, ml at
Maxwrix IIovsr Mectrs. F.LiDavics
ct- Bro., jewelers, have been the first to
open a business hettse in this long-neglected
structure, which we hope will soon he com
pleted from lop to bottom. These enter
prising gentlemeu have on hind a magnifi
cent stock of jewelry, watches, diamonds,
silverware, etc., complete in every depart
ment. No better business or more reliable
men oan be found than Davies A Bro. We
' art Gratified to learn that they contemplate
, erecting a public clock in front of their
store, which will meet a (bwtWmtfwm long
felt by our citizens.
Row in Smosrv. Four of the female
inmates f the jungles were brought before
the police eort vesterdav morning, for
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teveral foul blows, sending her antogonist
to grass in fine style. The members of this
encBctBR quartette were each fined a small
ame-ant fer not having carried on their Ht
tle reereations in a morcauiet and peaceful
manner. They paid flie lax upon their
oxchenitar and withdrew with a ctirl of
the lfp'asd a toss of the head.
AxomnR large lot of earprts, ail.clf.ths,
and curtains, just received hv
CAMtnoN, Grier A- 0.
The Fire Aiurm Yijjteriuy Morn-
nco. Ycstenlsv morning a loud alarm of
fire was rung, caused by the taking fire of
the roof of the Kmrnet Hoiiee, just Mow
tlio PosUrtflice, on Church street. The roof
caught from a defective flue, and biased up
.hriskly for a few minutes, hut the young
men conneciMi wiiti toe rostuOice rallied
to the rescue. Miemlilr HHlnUlinir llm flatnmi
with buckets, renderfng the aid of the en-
fines Hnneeeary. Tho Portoflice attackes
eservc a word of compliment for their
prompt aeuefi in the exigency. Had tho
material of the roof not been mtursW wiili
moisture, serious damage might have re-
Jiaving vvva tn a general row. iwaeeyefai
fights were'cafcdiicted, ,net aeoordirvgjft the
JLendon wrlse rinir. for one of therannt'in
FATAl?R.ui.auADcciDBNT, -On Friday
mrht last. Mr. James Smallwood, an old
and esteemed citisen of Eliubethtown, got
on the upward bound train from Nashville,
intending to eo to Louisville. At Belmont
he attempted to step from the cars, when
liw fAf alirnrt.1 unit Im IV1 1 fimTpp ftlA train
which paod over his body, causing instant
death The train was stopped, and me rc-
. a . 1T .1.-T-
mains tasen onjooaru sna camep to ijouis
vji,er . .j y- -
DcATn of Mit, BLAKKt-EY.rfffortnight
since notice 'was made of the accidental
jvoivniog, by tan- overdose of morphine, of
Mr. Peleg Blakeley. .Under the prompt
administration of antidotes, and judicious
medical attention, lie was restored and
thought to be in a fair way of recovery.
The violent impression of the poison con
tinued, however, aiid a few days since he
commenced tprsink;and- died yesterday
mornine. Mr. Blakeley had numerous.
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inenas, ana was nigniy esieemea dt nis
Ipyonwantto buy dry goods cheep, go
to Cameron, Geiee & Co.
Not LiKBin. to Last Lona. Yesterday
was a very pleasant day. The temperature
moderated until by evening the ajr was al
most mild the new moon and' stars shown
dim through a clear sky. This sort of
weather, however, it is not at all likely will
last long. Th& signs are strong for more
winter, perhaps it will be snow next time.
We can hardly expect settled weather at
present. Nature, it is said, goes by contrast,
and if so, we may make calculatjons to be
well paid off foirthe thatmifieeht weather
of late anlntnn,
InLuck Whojs Shi The Louisville
Journal of Monday says : "Oneof the Jeml
tnpnic inoureity liM fallen heir to one of
the finest plantations in the State of Ten
nessee. She is a beautiful girl, we are told,
and is now worth folly twenty thousand doU
Ian. The girl was discarded by her pa
rent-, on account of being" disgraced, out
her father, before dying, led her his plan
tation. The place is only a short distance
from Nashville. The girl is pretty, and
hai allowed her, uncle to occupy the place
left to her until she chooses to take posses-
Fast Driviko; -A man named Peter
Mattin was arrested on Saturday for hav
ing spur red up his fiery steed, attached to
an expnss waeon. and (lashed throueh the
streetsn,1 ? stvle. which,.CW sjifced, iplglit
liave sliamed a lightning express train on
.1.- t I T . -1 . - 1 TV . t
me yiuiKiy juiiroau. i eier, However, was
taken into custody by the police, who
watched his career with fearanu trembling,
and was carried to headquarters. He came
upyesterday niornintfbefore the Recorder's
Court,and, was.fined fifty-four dollars foe the
offense of careless driving.
Great bargains in dress, goods and
oloaks, at Cameron. Grier A' Co.
A Mule Thief' Come to Grief. Yef.
terday the negro Jack Conn, accused of
stealing a mule a few miles In the country,
was brought before one of our
city magistrates, and after the examination
of about eighteen witnesses, he was re-
manded to jail in default of two thousand
dollars bail, to await the action of.the
Criminal Court. After the examination of
the eighteenth witness, some five more
stood ready to testify in the case, but the
evidence already -riven was considered suf
ficient, and Jack was sent to "quod.
Carelkw Blasting. Yesterday after
noon, about three o'clook, a blast was dis
charged by the workmen engaged in deep
ening the excavation on, tnc corner ot
Cherry and Cedar streete. Through care
lessness on their part sufficient covering
was not placed over the "place to prevent
the fragments from flying around pretty
freely, and a gentleman who -was passing
on the opposite Aide of 'the'&treet, by the
Commercial Hotel, was struck in the head
with a flying piece, which produced a se
vere gash, and caused the blood to flow
pretty freely. Two or threp policemen
were standing near bv, and witnesped the
affair, one of whom arrested the entire
party. They will have a hearing before
the Police Court this morning.
Criminal Court. A jury has not yet
been secured in the cases of the State
against Phillip Antoni and Charles Moore,
charged with the murder of JackKennelly,
Three days have been consumed in the
work jf impanneling eleven jurors. At
two' o'clock; yesterday afternoon the end of
tho last pannel was reached, and the slier
iff was notiGed to have another in readi
ness as soon as possible. The defense had
forty-threo challenges and the State eight.
This case of Antoni and Moore, charged
.wJlh'Tmirder, bids fair to.be a vary inter
esting one. Able counsel appear on both
sides, and the entire week will doubtless be
consumed' in taking evidence and making
pleas. For the defense Judge Guild, Bax
ter Smith and Prilchett hae been re
tained, while the, prosecution is conducted
by Stnbblefield, Gates, Temple and Hay-t
if vou want a beautiful black or fan-v
silk dress pattern, for a small sum of money,
go to Cameron, urier a- t o. .
THES. W. PffBLISHINO TTocsE.-This
was the first publishing home, regular book1
manufacturing establishment, ever inaugu
rated in the South, and the largest private
one. it owes its existence to the faith and
energy of! its senior iartr.er, Rev. J. R.
Graves. 1 It ' commenced operations at a
ime when it was thoashr by alt a prepos
terous undertaking to attempt to manufac-:
ture books in the South tocompete'ih price
with thbso published in the North. . But.
the enterprise proved eminently successful.'
Its publications found a demand in all
parts of the Union, and a foreign demand
iad sprung up. It actually published
cheaper than houses in Now ork and'
Boston. The war made a sad wreck "of its
effects and its business, and, we regret to
sav, it also coos to Memphis to find the
capital necessary fi)r its re-establishment.
U e regard it as a great Joss to tins city and
a great gain to our sister city.
Police Court There were quite a
large number of casos up for disposal be
fore the Recorder's Court yesterday morn-
J. D. Merritt, drunk and disorderly, was
fined twenlv-fivc dollars.
(teorge Briggs, disorderly, w.n taxetl the
sum of five.dollars. .
IM. Woods, likewiseaisorderlv. was fined
five dollars aadvosts.
m. Jolinson. drunk and iliannli lv
came driWn touie une of nine dollars.
Thomas Woe4l.i. also on the disorderly
li"t, mld a Gtuf nine dollars: '
Thqmas Harris, also disorderlv, forked
over stamp to the amount of nine dollars.
U. tiywell, also disorderly, forked over
ne dollars, and withdrew reioicine.
R Tempcy imbibed too freelv of corn
juice, and indulged in disonlerlv conduct.
lorwiiicnne was mulcted in -the stint of
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J. Tooney was picked up intoxicated upon
me street, and was called on for nine dol
lars, which he paid.
We will sell our drees goods fer Itm
money than those that advertise to sell at
co.;ojjiumbnff j.,, ) :.i
Cam&on, Grier & Co.
K Cattle JOChihf Aiiri&tks. A man
named Wm. Woolf was arrested on Satur
day, charged with having stolen some three
cattle; seme totrouiles mi the country. Th
cattle were Molen in tUq night, but before
the thieves could dispose of them, Woolf,
who was found in charge of the cattle, was
taken into custody on suspicion. He was
arraigned before Squire Wilkinson vester
day, ami there appearing no one to prose
cute him he was discharged. Before Woolf
had left the magistrate's office, however, the
' parties claiming the cattle arrived, and he
was imlnediately rt-irrested and remanded
to jail, to await trial this morning. There
are three others, it seem connected with
the stealing, and oGTorrB' h'ave been' dis
patched into the country to secure them.
if possible, fer trial this morning. Cattle,
mule, and horse stealing seems to bcorf the
increase, but we notice with onnsidoraole
Hauuasucn mai nuiuoers oi incseounareis
are being captured, 'and Stand a yerjfalr
chance of meeting, at the hands orthe law,
their just deserts.
We have seldom seen snch a large num
ber of ladies'upon the streetaTin a day as
enlivened the thoroughfares of our city
yesterday. Shoppingjemed tplb'e the or
der of the day, and every' store and bazaar
came in for a frhare of the patronage. With
out the aid of as, afmjnac', and by more in
dications than one, cau we note the advance
of the holidays. Large "numbers of coun
try ieople were in town, and altogether we
have seldom seen a livelier day for a long
The weather ye.'tcrday morning was dark
and cloudy, but by ten o'clock the sky had
become 'clear and the sun once more shone
down upon us, a welcome guest. Although
it wasennshiny the air was still chilly.
Large numbers of mules, we observe, are
passing through the city, being shipped to
In the crowd which collected on the
Square last Saturday to witness the auction
sales, a countryman, whose name we were
unable to learn, lost twenty-six dollars,
through the agency of some expert light
fingered gentleman who abstracted the
pocket-book from the person, of the unsus
We noted one or two arrivals of coal
barges yesterday from up the Cumberland.
They were loaded deep with the black dia
monds. Whether these accessions to the
.stock on hand will tend to influence the
Sri co may, we tninic, witn propriety ie set
own as a doubtful question.
An intoxicated man returning home
from tho city yesterday afternoon, along
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me rrauKiin pite, ieu irom nis uorse imu
a deen cuddle of water, wnere ne lav
scrambling about for some time, unable to
extricate himself, lie was finally pulled
out by a person who happened to be passing
at 'the moment. The individual, unon
emerging from the " briney deep," looked
as though he was fresh from a two weeks'
bath in tho "great muddy." He was as-
-sisted to a neighboring cabin, while the
horse went home without a rider.
We learn that a number of speculators
returned to the city from Kentucky on
Saturday, whither they went to purchase
bogs. They came back unsuccessful, hav
ing been unable to make any negotiations
for the "unutterable flesh," owing to scar
city and high prices.
A gentiemanvWuo came in on ttie Edge
field and Kentucky Railroad yesterday,
informs us that no further north than the
State line, the temperature during the last
few days, has been mucn more severe than
has been experienced here.
v There was a" collision yesterday morning
on ttrnau street. ;v iour mine waguu col
lided with a market wagon, spilling the
contents of the small vehicle together with
the driver into the street. There was a
touching disnlav of vegetables scattered
over the iinappreciating buolders. . . .
the last vestige of the old Taylor De
pot has diappeared, not a post nor a board
remains to mark the spot where this cele
brated store lioiife of the munitions of war
once stood only tradition shall hereafter
point Out its site.
(iovernor lirownlow and the members ot
the Legislature from East Tennessee, have
gone home to spend its interlude until the
17th of January.
The mud roads in the country are now in
a terrible condition. Tho ground has been
saturated with moisture, and in places there
are ruts which would almost swim a span of
horses and a double wagon, such is their
Repairs are now going on in the old Re
corder's court-room, rendering it necessar
for 'Squire Foster to conduct court in the
Common Council Chamber at tho lower
end of the markelhouse.
The Hanlons have left us, and the city is
once more withont any place of amusement.
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Biraicoscn wouiu noi unngiiisupeni uime
here because of the, high figure demanded
for license. The law has since been modi
fied, and fifteen dollars per night is all that
Is now required. Strakosch could surely
stand that pressure. Let him bring on his
troupe and we are Bure he will meet wit
Public Speakers and singers will find
''Brown's Bronchial Troches" beneficial in
clearing the voice before speaking or sing
ing, and relieving the throat after unusual
exertion of the vocal organs, having a
peculiar adaptation to affections which dis
turb the organs of speech. For coughs and
colds, the Troches are effectual.
The Emperor of Brazil has appointed a
"Board of Health" to investigate and de
cide what proprietary remedies should be
admitted into the country and what ex
cluded. After some months session Chey
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 ha
public health, while they hold the
fourth, Cherry Sectoral, under advise
ment for further information respecting one
of its ingredients morphine, which, while
so extensively employed and so highly es
teemed as a remedy in this country, is
scarcely known in that. Of all the other
medicines be lore them, the imperial com
mt afit An ! w Mn nnn rtf lltAni nnr!ta n r rr fa.
utini ilm pa? 1 1 w uii v Ji tiiviu (iiti s vcr uj ia-
vor whatever, or protection from this Gov
ernment, as they contain nothing new nor
any specific virtues' not fully known and
used by our own physicians. The Imperial
trnvernment has accordincrlv prohibited
them all from admission through th cus
tom house, except the remedies of our dis
tinguished countrymen atxiye mentioned
a discrimination bv' their learned men.
very like that to which experience has led
the American people. Bosfon JTtrald.
At the residence of the bride's uncle, Mr. R.
T. Fleming, on the evening of the 13th Inst., by
the Rev. R. P. Bunt'inr. Mr. Wu. II. Cmcccmxa
In thin city, o'u the 17th inst.. Mr. P. L.
Blickley. Friends and, acquaintances are
invited td attend hll funeral this evening from
No. SC. North High street, at 2 o'clock. Services
by Rev. Br. Bunting.
The friends and acquaintances of the late
Prof. Nathaniel Csoss are invited te attend
his funeral at the First Presbyterian Church, in
Nashville, this morning at 11 o'clock.
Divine service by the Revs. Messrs. R. F,
Bunting and E. C. Trimble.
Look Out for Breakers I
ONE AND ALL!
DON'T TOO SEE TITAT WE ARE SUR
roundei by I'nst Men, Fast Horsej. Past
Rallromt Afident and lnnvmrmble &MMhVB
Then is it not I'OLICV to take out an
AtX'IDK.tT I.ISUKAKl'K fus.iya,
which Euarsntres to the nwmred 85,000 in case
of death caused ly any kind of an accident, or
in caseot Injury.
$!2j.OO pei Week
ooinpensatiea Ara period not to exteed twenty
six wecs for any one injury, b'uch a Policy can
be obtained of the
Southern Life Insurance Go,,
OF MEMPHIS, TENN,
on the following terms; One day 2V; two days
V: threo days .Se: Tour days $1 00; live days
Jl aft; ten days $ 60: thirteen days 8.1 Oft fifteen
days 58 flfc IweBty days $4 00; thrity days f6 00;
two months 0 three months $12 00; twelve
months $S 00. All of the above-mentioned Pot
ieies and Ticket can be secured at n moment's
notice from any Railroad Ticket Office in the
city, or of any of the principal Railroad Ticket
Offiera throughout the cntireSonth. Also at No.
de13-3ui; QenT Agent S. L, Ins. Co.
LOOK OUT FOR BARGAINS
"BOOiS AND SHOES;
p. h. prench;
XO. 21 PUBLIC SQUARE,
A PENS THIS DAT AN ENTIRE NEW
J rtoet of
Ciisiont-JIatle Boots and Shoes
which he will sell at Panic Prices. Those in wast
of good, durable, stylish work will find them at
greatly reduced price.
Old Ntck .Selllnj: Im Thnn Coat,
Y DECREE TN CTIANCERY, IN THE CASK
I of J no. W. Walker vs. the Sheriff of Davidson
county and thapi.i aukdire$ted,lo, rent for the
year ISS? th foleVlng property Jvlir.,1
The Stencil oa.se now occupied by Messrs. R.
TJ.ithitn Co. "It,
TSb Store 'nsn on Church street occ op tM by
Mossrs. Hamilton & Green. And Store Room
between the tiro houses above mentioned.
Thojowifhing to rent will call on me at R. B.
Cheatham k Co.'s, corner of Church and College.
deci-u Lis. i it. i. ouua, lTttstec
Rl r&l'ASiJ.r - V
haw urn . cjjp&i
Tranlis; Valises liagseic.,
2S Cherry Street.
ralc lu oriWr and'-wamntoJ
WATERFIELD & ' WALSER,
26 Public Square.
HATS AND CAPS,
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Of every LtoalgBt OSlor n.l Quality, for
fllt-N, UUVl, ANU CIIILOUttM.
F xj n & T
Via tiTt on entirely neir on! eomplets stock of
LADIES AND MINES' FURS.
WATSLltKlKLU & AVALlCkK. t
8 N. Mctr. K. R. Okivxh. A. K. 1!boi
UUM AXD LE.1THER KELTIXG,
Mill Materials 'Generally.
No. 32 West Side Pnbllr Square.
rpflE SPECIAL ATTKNTION UK THOSK
I want of
Piue liiril Htuis,
Deer Unns, and
Hmftll-bnie Hquirrrl Unns,
Ii Invited lo our stock, which we are now rrcvirJng
from tlie manufacturers In England; (our own Im
portation,) conalitlug of Guns nuul ty the fullpwing
makers t - ' . ,
V W. OnEENEB,
8. H0LLI8 4 BON,
anJ other good makers. Having a Urge stock of the
above In store, we will offer extra linluconienti to
tliosH detlrlpg fa purchase.
MACEY, DRIYEK & BR01YN
No. aa West SMe Tubllc Square.
v. , I
For Sale nt n Bnrgnln-A complete stt 1
of Mahogany Marble-top (very fino and nlmost
new) Chamber Furniture. Apply to
IV. VT. Tottcv.
declS 2t 21 and 23 North Colleza St.
C'lirlstutas. Isadore Ozanne, 16 Summer
street, is ready to furnish all styles of Christ
mas confections, sugar toys, candies, cakes,
etc.. at as low figures as any wholesale house in
the city. As all his goods areof home manufac
ture, he has a peculiar claim on thc patronage of
our people. declS-lvr
Why Delay purchasing your Coal until you
are entirely oat and the woafher biting cold,
when Knight Bros., No. 49 Church street, are
selling their choice Round Coal at OXLY $0 00
PEE LOAD, delivered in any Tart of the city.
The Best niRcksnittli Conl in the city
for sale by Knight Bros, at Twenty Cents per
bushel. Alto packed in hogsheads ready for
shipment in a moment's notice. dacS
Yellow Pine Flooring', at loir price?, cor
ner of Crawford and North Summer ets. I if
Seasoned ''opulnr Lumber, corner o
Crawford and North Summer streets ftf
Building Lumber of all kinds, corner oj
Crawford and North. Sammcr streets. ftf
Cedat Posts anil Fencing; Lumber,
cornerof Crawford and North Summer streets.
White Pine Flooring manufactured by
Knight Bro.'s. on Rolling Mill Hill, for sale at
reduced prices. Office, No. 49 Church street.
Jnt Keeelved, a large assortment of Ladies
Dress Fan and Hats at LIkdk Jt Bw.'i,
novl-2m 41 North College street.
A Sure Pile Cure. Db. Oilbket's Pile
Instrument positively cures the worst cases of
pile!. Sent by all on receipt, of Jl. Circulars
free. Sold by Druggists. Agents wanted every
where. Address JrB. KouIike, Manager, No.
575 Broadway. New York. Inovl" 8m
For Christmas Gift. Toys, Dolls, Fancy
Goods, Work Boxes, False Faces, and Willow
Ware, in great variety.
QrrvTE irn & Scnirr.
dec2-20t i9 Vnion Mrtel.
Wine ! ! From the Loxoworth Vineyard
and Wlno HouseuCincinnati.
W. P.'Jt'F. P. Andsbsos. Proprietors.
OoWen AVetldlngr.Spnrkllnff Cntnwbn,
Dry Cnlnwba, Isnbelln, etc. These Wines
are furnished at much tower ratesthan imported
goods, and for purity and boquet are excelled yb
none either native or foreign.
Abchee Cheathju & Co.
Ki.ttK A' SHREUtV. .
B. B. CHKlTHAlt & Co.
1 1 t
For Attorney General F.lvenlli .Tn-
dlrlal District. We are acthotired to an
nounce A. C. IIlcKET, Esq., as a candidate for
Attorney. Uencral, for the Eleventh Judicial
District, composed lof the counties of Qiles, Mar
rthalL Maury. Lawrence. Lewis and Hickman.
UootH mid Shorn Chrap nt 20 Public
Square. In consequence of a contemplated
chango in my business, I offer the bct selection
of Boots and Shoes at. greatly reduced prices.
The buyer be ho a consumer or a merchant
will surely profit by' examining my stock of
goods before supplying himself, as I am quite in
earnest to give bargain. Mxx.L. Outtmaxs.
sepG-tf No. 20 Public Square.
Cholrc Groceries nt -Tot I en's.-Arrived
at last, the following carefully selected and
richly prepared goods, which he Is selling very
low for cash, at wholesale and retail; Fresh can
ned fruits, green pea, corn, egg plumbs, green
gages, shaker preserves, guava Jelly, calves feet
jelly. Cox's gelatine, aerated crackers, dried
plumbs, blackberries and currants, oat meal sago,
tapioca, satingloss starch, Java, Laguayra, Mo
cha, Maricabo and Rio coffees. Also, imported
and domestic wines and brandie. at W. W
Tolten's 21 and 25 College street. Nashville.
To Consumptive. The Advertiser, hav
ing been restored to health in a few weeks, by a
very simple remedy, after having suffered several
years with a serere lasg affection, and that
dread disease. Consumption is anxious to make
known to his fellow-sufferers the moans of cure.
To all who desire it, be will tend a copy of the.
prescription used, (frea of charge), with the di
rections far preparing and nsing the same, which'
they will 'find a sues Cube tor Coxscmftiox,
AsrRVA.Bsos-cnms, See. The only -object of
the advertiser in sending the Prescription, is to
benefit the afflicted, and spread information
which he conceives to be Invaluable ; and hopn
evtry sufferer will try this remedy, as it will cort
them nothing, and may prove a blessing.
Portia wishing the prescription, will please
address Rev. EDWARD A. WILSON,
Willuuniburg. Elngs cocnty. New York,
Counts CxiubStkxxt iki Pcblio Square;
If prepared to execute PnOTOURAPlIS of every
dMcription. Special attention paid tt. pyini
Photographs of deceased soldiers.
Dwelling House Por lent
On Tltiion Slrppt
" wuiuu aireei,,
nnr,;u rj Tt,.,i,. - '
, lOppMito New Theatre. . t
.,,..- T?TTfT-if aStr
Gold advanced slishtly in New York
IiaTing oiK.iiedesteVtW.V was 137
at 11:30, advanced to 133 at 1:30, and
closed at 138! at 4 r. sr. Tlie rates hero
were 136 buying and 137t jselling.
Government securities were quoted in
New OTorkyesterday as follows:
5-20, CTUpoos 107Vf107V
o-uw.ai series, coupons
5-as, 3d senes. coupons.-5-lBs,
1 n in.
Lpiulon aiivirw of the 17th itt., quote
.ri.20.s at 71.
Sterling exchange was quoied in New
York yesterday at 109c110.
OnrTbanLers are Btill coioplaining of the
ixity of currency, and exchange is
dull at c dLsbount buying, while the banks
are checking at par.
AVe heart! of but little doing in nnctirrent
money. Dealers were paying 50c .for
Bank- of Tennessee, and were holding at'
53c.; some of our dealers were offering only
43c. 'Planters.' Bank is Grm at 85c., and,
Union Bank at 80c, buying.
Southern bank notes are very dull, with,
but few buyers.
frashville corporation checkaare dull at
12c, discount: ' . - Hi
Tennnessee boiuls sold in New York on'
the 13th inst., as follows: 320,000 ex-cou-.
,$o,00d.atiC9.y C 'i '
The amount a currency i&ued to the Na
tional BpjpKs for the week w ,Si44,440,
and tiie total amount issued to Saturday
was $300,321,371, from this is to be de
ducted ihe currency returned and canceled,
including worn out notes, to the amonntof
$2,091,432, making the total cuffency in
The last New York hank Bfa?ement ex
hibits certain humors in currency circular
tion. Greenbacks are .shown to hold ar
preference in public estimation, both at tho
West and South. Kemittances from thej
South are almost exclusively in greenbacks,
as that currency is wholly used in moving1
the cotton and tobacco. The West remits
to New York national.bank notes,,as far. as
.possible and retains the greenbacks. Thus
the greenbacks are jjetting.scarce.tntheine
tropolis, and the country currency accumu-t
lates. The last bank statement shows con
tinued liquidation, the deposits having de
clined $5,212,353. The loans having fatten
off $2;391,641. The curious factas the da
cline in legal-tenders, the amount of which
is now down to $60,940,857, showing that'
the reserve has fallen more than thirty-one
millions since last September. ;
The United States Treasury held on Sati
urday $95,000,000 in gold, of which $20,T
000,000 was held in gold certificates. The
Washington correspondent of the Cincin
nati Gazeette telegraph that paper on the
14th inst., as follows:
The Ways and Means Committee had a session
to-day. Mr. Boutwcli occupied an hour in ex
plaining his views in regard to the sale of sur
plus gold, as provided for in his bill. No decision
was reached, the committee being of opinion that
the passage of the bill must denend entirelv un
on the financial policy adopted by Congress. If
any steps tonrard redemption should betaken.
...V Biol'3 ."tiu.u lkUOUlitlUU OUUII1U UlftUIlt
then tho gold in the Treasury must be held. If
u tyt'a UO IlIUCII hi uiu uim uuu, lucu lb Hill
be better to "provide for sales that will take the
control of so so much money out of the hands tof
the Treasurer. The statement already tele
graphed that the committee is pretty closely di
vided on the subject of further contraction may
be regarded ns confirmed.: The feeling is de
eidedly against any increase of the National
Bank circulation. -Hooper's bill, contrary td
general opinion, does not increase the volume of
this currency, but only calls fro rtf the North and
redistributes to the South. Even those who la:
vor Mr. McCulloch's polioy-of contraction, ar?
in favor of preventing him from constituting
himself a regulator of prices, and there wilt be
astrong opposition to giving the Secretary the
cpntrol of qiuch idle money.
Mr. Iloorer, from the Committee on
Banking and Currency, in the House .0!"
Eepresentatives,reported on the 12thinst.,a
bill to amend the act entitled "Anact to pro-'
vide a national currency," etc,, approved
June 3, 1S04. 'The amendments: reported
were recommitted to the committee," from
which we suppose that the hill is not com
pleted, and that it may undergo modifica
ti before it sjiall be brought before the
fIou.-e for consideration. The amendments
are substatially the same with the project
reported at the last session, which failed to
be passed. Th& restrictions upon the na
tional banks are, however, rendered more
stringent. Provision is made for the re
demption.pf. the national bank .issues at
some central point, New York, Philadel
phia, or Boston. Heavy penalties and re
strictions are provided, for (be , purpose of
securing the interests of the government
and the public in the national banks. The
following is the provision regarding the
rates of interest which .the banks may
" That ovcry association may take, recieve, re
iervo, and charge, on any loan or discount mode,
or upon any note, bill of exchange, or other evi
dences of debt, interest at the rate allowed by
laws ofthotato or territory whfretbe bank-is
located, and no more; and when no rate is filed
Lv the laws of the State or territory, the bank
may take, receive, reserve, or charge a rate not
exceeding seven per centum, and such interest
may be taken in advance, reckoning the days for
which the note, bill or other evidence ot debt
has to run. And the knowingly taking, receiv
ing, reserving, or charging a rate of interest
greater thai! as aforesaid shall bo held and ad
judged a forfeiture of the entire debt. And here
after, in case a greater rate of interest has been
paid, the person or persons paying the same, or
their legal representatives, may recover back
tlie amount of the entire debt, or so much there
of as may have been paid from the association
taking or receiving tho same. Provided, That
such action commenced within one year from
the time the usurious transaction matured : but
the purchase, discount, or sale of a bonajide bill
of exchange, payable at another jilaee than the
place of such purchase, discount or sale, at, not
more than the current rate of exchanga for sight
draft, in addition to the interest, shall not ba
considered as.taking or receiving a greater rata
of intcre? t."
It is provided " that compound interest
notes shall not be included in the lawful
money of the United States required in any
association " Thus the banks must redeem,
their nutes at their own counters, and also
at a bank in the city of New York, to be
designated and approved. As to taxation,
the bill provides as follows:' ,' h
" That nothing in this act shall be construed to
prevent all the shares in anv of the said associa
tions, held by any' person or body corporate, from
being included in the valuation of the personal
property of such person or corporation in the as
sessment nf taxes imposed by or under the Stale
authority, at the place where such bank is lo
cated, and not elsewhere, but not at a greater
rate than is assessed upon other moneyed capital
in the hands of individual citliens of such State:
and that the tax so imposed under the laws of
any State upon the snares ot any ottae associa
tions authorised by this act shall not exceed the
rate imposed upon the sharesin any of the banks
organized under authority of the State where
such association is located: I'rovided farther.
That nothing in this act shall exempt the real
estate of asweiations from either State, county
or municipal taxts to the same extent, accord
ing to iU value, as other real etsate is taxed."
No national bankis tobe elected a3 a
depository' of 'public nioneyitn any cijyjror
tvlace-wlicre thereis located, tSe Treasurer
qr an Assistant Treasurer of the United
Tliebill proposes. tlie alotmentf.of fifteen;
millipns f dollars, to be withdrawn from
banks now in existence, for new banks in
those places where their is a deficiency in
banking.capital and currency. Tlie follow
ing is the provision :
"And any existing bank on banking associa
tion organized under the laws of any State, not
having its proportionate share of banking capi
tal. Which shall have annlied for authority o
become a national bank under tho aot to which.
this section is an amendment, or beinr organized
In snch State, shall have appled for fncfease ef
capital ociorotno urn day 01 Juiy, eighteen
hundred and sixty-eight, in conformity with nra-
vicious ol the forty-fourth section, and all other
requirements 01 said acx, tnau. 11 sucn banc be
found by the Comptroller of the Currency to be
in good standing and credit, receivo authority to
become a national bank. And sew a&sociations
mar be nrcsmreJ under the provisions of said
act in the States and territories which have
heretofore recured.the least ratable proportion
of emulating notes Provided. That the entire
aniot cf circulating notes to be delivered to.
banks thus converted from State banks to na
tional associations, or to banks whose caDital
shall be increased as aforesaid. shAll not exceed
fifteen millions of dollars, and that the total
. - ; . . . .
?"nul fircniatuig notes to be dutyerea to
the new associations so organized shall not ex
ceed Cflern millions of dollars until titer the
first day of Januair. eishteenhundred and sixty-
atel, the amount so remsing may benied for tlie
organization of new aociations under this sec-
j tion, or for'the increase r.f the "ciroelation icf
! bMkl W)w organized! Ami provided Jrt!ur.
. That the aggregate cirenlationof national banka
shall notat any lime exceed ths sum of threo
hundred millions ot dollars.
W . ST ! V
York Piit of the afternoon of
the 13th inst., savs :
" A fkrornhln IhAnee bag takcrf btaee sine vet
tefday in the tone of feeling in Wall street. The
decided expression of public opinion relative (o
the mischfef induced at this season of the Tear.
it the natural movements 01 me currency be dis
turbed by secret sales of gold, and by locking up
greenbackrsnddenly in the Treasury, have had
the result, if we are not misinformed, of causing
1 -- 1 11 t- n - .rrv.ii .-t. u : -
laid to hava telegraphed petpwryordersTrom
Washington ihis morning. jav.precise Tnature
of the changes made and tobemrde have not
transpired as yet. Butas the compound notes
are not so much in demand. nt.Isr inferred, that
government bas ceased to bay, id the price haj
consequently receded from V4 premium yesteV
lav tn tn-rtsr rr interest. In the market
for government securities there are also other
main saint of lntcrft la. that there if an as.
saraace which, whether well foudned or not, u
firmly held, that no Treasury negotiations are to
be made which may at all seem likely to unsettle
public confidence or disturb the money market,
he foundations on which this belief rests are
strengthened by theiimeiy UtterrMr.;McGul
loch, which we print elsewhere."
The letter to which the .Pim. refers -was
addressed to Jfr. E. G. Spaulding, of the
Farmers' and ManiciftNatw)nalJJank of
Buffalo, who, in a letter to Secretary Mc-
Culloch, expressed the opinion that, thej
currency could be moderately contracted;
so to-preserve a tolerably, easy money
market, in order to be able to innu ttia
compound sixes and the seven-thirties into
long golil-bearing bonds between litis ami'
the 15th of July, 18G8; and that the specie
standard could be readied with at leastj
$250,000,000 of plain legal-lehder United)
States notes still outstanding." Mr. M,c
Culloch in his reply which is dated the 7th;
" What ire need is an increase of labor. If we
could hars the productive industry of the coun-'
try in full exercise, we could return to specie
payments vVitlidut any very largo curtailment of
United States notes. My object has been to keep,
the market steady, and to work back to specie
payments without a financial collapse. I shall'
act in the future as L have in. the, past, with.'
great raution. and attempt nr impracticable
, , Of nci or TiiK.Usioy Ann Dispatch, I
Tlie cotton market openetl dull yestenlay
at 28 cents, but advanced to 2S J, and closed,
with a much better' rfeeling-than at the
The following comprised the transactions,
in our market jest erday:
i .' fialesi
Received - b& j
Sold". ..j-...-..-... 1SI
G KOCEItY MARKET. j
The grocery market yesterday was tolera
bly fair for the opening of the week. Price i
were, if anything, a trifle firmer than at
the close o f the week. The indications art
fair for a good trade during the week.
DRT GOODS ANU FANCY TRADE. .
The retail dry-goods market is excellent
now, and the fancy article trade may be
characterized as equally good. Tlie neaij
approach of the'holidays, gives great im
petus'to the furnishing and millinry tradej
Southern Cotton MnvUets. .
Chablkstos. Doc. 14. The cotton market baa
been dull at a J$e. off from yesterday. Sale, 450,
Middlings, 32 cents.
Savasxah, Dec 14. The cotton market has
been very quiet with a few sales at a decline of
J-i cent off from yesterday ; middling, 3131M.
Sivi.NSAH. Dec. IX There was very little dot
ing in the cotton market to-day. Sales about 3-"Q
bales; middling. 3131-i.
Mobilk. Dec. 14. p. si. fiales for the week;
11,000 bales: receipts 12.719: exports 6,272: stock
on hand and shipboard, 67,8S0 bales: stock nnv
sold. 43,000 bales. Sales to-day. 1,100, market
closingeasy at 3031.
AcGCSTA, Ga Dec. IB. The market is very
dull and weak with a still further decline. AVe
Gnd sale of 314 bales at figures ranging from 29
QSZ'A. It requires an undoubted good middling
to command the last mentioned figurq. The re
ceipta'are'412 bales. j
Colcvbcs, Ga.,Dec. 13. Middlings yesterday
2527c. Receipts the largest of any day of the
season, being 870 bales. ,-:w
Macon". Dcc.13. The cotton market nnened
this morning with active demands for middlings
at28 cents. Strict middlings, 2tiM. No demand
for lower grades. 1
MOSTOOJISBV. Ala.. Dec. 15. There was buf
little demand yesterday. We quote middlings
nominal at 26 cents, purchaser paying the tax.
Tallui.issee, Fla.. Dec. 11. Cotton -jlid.
dlingiSc; nrdinao 23c.
MARKETS 11Y TELEGUAPH.
WewYorti fltoelc mitt Money tfarfteti
New Yosr. Dec- 17. The moniv mart ft 1.
easy and the supply is in excess of the demand.
The general rate for call is ft per rent. There is
not much doing in commercial paper The gold
market was firmer at the closo and left off at
13SK. The exchange market is dull and weak at
109f;109$ for prime banker's bills. The gov-
eminent securities were a traction better this
afternoon with a little mora demand. Ths fnl.
lotting were the closing prices: registered cou
pons luiJ103S. and lojH910J4 lor &-20a: re
gular 'liJ's 10410l do. coupons of 'ii! in73;3
Foreign Hnrkels. ;
LtVKRroOL.Dcc. 17. The cotton market closed
firm at the advance reported to-dav. - The tallow
iniarkat is firm. : Tho breadstuff market I S quiet
and unchanged; tbereu no alteration in the pro-
Tidwn rkei: petroleum tros steauy.
Tinelnuntl jrnrket. i
' Cixcisn'ati. Dee. 17. Flonr in good demand
and prices are 2fo. to 50c. higher, superfine y 25
mo. M. trade brands 11 2513; wheat is 6c. to 10c
higher and closed firm, spring 2 40, winter 2 &';
corn firm nt55e60: oats closed buoyant at 57re
rye in good demand and prices are higher, 1,20
for No. 1: Barley unchanged; whiskey declined to
20c. with a fair demand at the decline: hogs
opened with a good demand and about 700 were
sold at 7 407 60. the market closed brisk; prof
visions dull but prices unchanged.mess pork $20;
lard 12c. bulk meats 7.9)4 packed. The de
mand for (articles in this line was only of a
retail character, dealers generally bavinc no
faith in present prices. Cotton. opened dull but
closed buoyant under Liverpool advires-at 31(4
alKfor middling; groceries unchanged: butter
dull at 2S$-30; cheesse 15c. Gold 137&137M. clos?
BcrriLO, Dec. 17. Flohr steady. Wheat
Juiet. Corn dull. Oats 5$r. Chicago 05V
Keceiptsof cattle for the week ending Dec 1Mb:
333 cars. Shipments by tho Erie rallroall 120
cars, by Central 162 cars, and 37 cars of hog, f
Phllndelptain Market. ,
Pmr-ADELFlttA, Dec. 17. Flour in demand ntj
advanced prices. Northwestern family $11 12 20j
wheat very dull. Corn scarce, small sales of New
Yellow95c0Sl PO; otddo.lI17e. Porkjflrruerl
new mess S22 SO. I
Baltimore Market. ' '
Baltivork. Dec. 17. Flour firm for higher;
rraaes. rnme wnear lu: new w into com
.VKX3$6c. Mess iork Scarce hut inactive at 2&h
for prime to strictly choice. Cotfeo 15'wlSJe
for lair, and 1717'ic for inferior. ; j
fit. TmuIh JInrltet. !
St. "Louis, Dec 17. Tohaeco unchanged. Cot4
tonQuietnt30iS3f. Flour quiet. Wheat Grml
ana inactive, f revisions quiet; mess pork 21,
bacon, clear sides 14 lard 13J4. Whisky $2 '.
Xer York Provision SInrlcot.
TCttr Ynnr. fin.
?12 75for trade brands. Wheat 47c bizher.
2 2B2 42 for Alilwaukee. Kyo firmer, at $1 2tT
for western. Oats firmer; 65t6c for Chicago and;
Milwaukee. Whisky easier, fnrkr 17 508 17 78a
1. .. 1 ,1 ii, in l . lAAlq. T 1 . I
12J813'i. Groceries Mnehantfod. Petroleum;
quiet at waoc Tor crude; TF3e forcllnea In
. RIVER NEWS-
The river last evening was fifteen feet on th
shoals and falling quite rapidly. The weather:
Was clear and pleasant. Business on the landing;
was much more brisk than we have seen it for at
number of day. The following if onr port Jist :
Pftlp4ine- from St. T.OUM.
Tyrone, Cairo and 5?empm.
Havanna, Cincinnati. ' '
i ef mft-j
The Palestine, from SL Louis, brouglit tip,
tolerable fair trip, among wbieh.was 1,200
TheTyrono came in w'th a lUht trim
The Havana, of ths'Oinelnnatl Paeket Oow
pany.f brought up u ttjlersble fair amount ol
freigh1Jnd a few passengers.
The present rise will probably bring downs
rafts and flat-boats in plcrjty, if I bay Jif .e teen
nreoared ftr itiLtbe head.watere.. . .
Ve noticed the.arriral yesterday of- a nuin
of coal barges well loaded with the Odaberlandl
black diamonds, from op the river.
ThefAnding, lost' night, presented'quTTf an ar-;
ray of freight net unloaded from the'boaU jft
The. CamilM left fur Pittebur; ft tri2; after
time. She had on board almost a bncdred lilt
of cotton for Cineincati. and -ouia leventy.tTe
tons of scrap iren.
Our friend. Capt. H. B.t.w, telegraphed
yesterday, trees lonurllie, tbat his palatial
steamer, the David White, would leave fer-New!
Orleans this evening after the arrival of the
Louisville and 2Iashville train frtm tblicity.
F.rcculor'H Snle of
A S EXECIT0R OF THK L4.ST WILL AND.
the directions of the tcstater. Ono Hundred Acre
of valuable Farm Land, twelve mlleaJrom
KashvUIa.on Mill Creek, being the awer tract
i.pf Tabitha Kitubnv nowdec eased, and incfm!
ing the homestead ef said John Klmbro. This
is very valuable land, and willb fold withont'
TERMS-Khie ami twe years, with interest..
Notes with peraanalseeurity; and a lien retained?
i dec9-td SAMOEL lOilBRO, KxcCTtor.
i TUB SPLENDID PASSENGER
will leave as above on W.
at 4 o'clock p. if.
DAY. 19th insW
ror freight or pasmge apply on board, or to
CUHMKTT HUY.I3. p . .
UARRISON A SONS. Agents.
For IiOnLsTllloaud Cincinnati.
THE SPLENDID PASSENGER
steamer PALESTINE, Car.t. Jtu
Less. Master. McMcllzx. Clerk.
will leave as above on TUESDAYTthe 18th insu
at o ciock r. it. -
For freight or Pasjage-apply onboard, or to
C0RBETT Jt BOYD, Agents.
deelS-lt 21 Front street.
St. LouU. STcmplits
tTIHE SPLENDID. PASSENGER
X Paeket T11R0NEToif llitMlv,
Master. WH Wkavxb, Clerk, will
leave as above on XUpoD
AY. the lSth inst at
lZo elocK v.
For Freight or Passagaapply on board. or to
VUKiiKix & xiuiri. Agents,
IIARRlSbN 4 S0NS,Agts;
Tri-Weekly Fa$kdt Line..
'pHK AHOVK LINK COMPRISES THE. FOL-
1 lowing ipUodiJ Fasieugr Packetsr IvaTing.
Nashville during the scSh as follows :
FANNY BRANDIES, J6hk Tf OiarwatOHT, Mas
ter, leaves NuhTllU TUESDAYS at Ii o'clock M.
NASUVILLE.Willt SIMMS, aUster, leares Nuh-
villa THCESDAT8, at 12 o'clock M.
TTRONE, Tom. lUaxox, Blaster, leaves 8ATOR
DA Yd, at 12 o'clock si. 1
trip on the first opn!og of n&vlgatlon la- the Cum
barland,. river, and, continue to ran. regularly
throughout tra" bailaess Season, tj.psr above sched
ule, luting cloea connection st Cairo with the reg
ular packets for St. Louis, Memphis and New Or
leans : bsnlnir throueh Tickets to Pusenzers. and
giving through Bills or Lading for rrelgbu to tn
above cities, and all available way landtags, at th
vsry lowest rates. Every effort will be made by the
Officers and Agents of this line to Tender it reliable
and deserving the patrbnas of Shippers 'and 'the
Traveling Public. - ' ' ' -
I.UKUKTT A UUIil, BPeCUU IJtOU,
No. 21 If rout street, Unpor YbArl Nashvaie, Teoa.
Side-Wheel Reamer, lOO Tons Burthn,)
M. S. MEPHA
0 A PT. 1IG E. yfOOVz .mi-, R.-.qmmantlyr4
O. O. CATE8 .. .. .........Clerk.
niS alAGNIFICEST PAS3EN0KB
Frelzht steamer, (commanded by Capt. Ltge
Wood, and long and favorably known te shipper
and the traveling community in the NubTlUe and
New Orleans trade In days past,) will, on her next
trip from New Orleans, enter the trade between
Naahrllleand New Orleans, and continue as a regu
tar.packet during .the, season. The M. 8. Jlepbsm
is unsurpassed for cabin accommodations by ahy
teamboat on the Western waters. We would re
pectfully solicit from oar friends aad the public
generally a literal share, of their patronage.
tiHBtw'tT Jt BOYD Agent ,
No. 21 Front street, upper Wharf.
MAltltlSO.V Si aONiS,
No. 23 front etreet.
The ainRnUIoent Htenmer,
DR. H. B. SHAWt iMaltew
DR. T. J. SHAW, CLERK,
Commence Jlnklnsr KCRiunr
Trips to New Orlejinl and all Intermedi-
at a nnrtff nn thn .nnn!n? of the season.
DAVID WHITE waa puurehased expresily for
,;.. f-l tti1- h9 Lean refurnished, re-fitted.
.ftind thoroughly overhauled, and pronounced by
good judges to ne ono oi me inusi comiurawo
and substantial steamers oa tho W estern waters.
ShB b a large side boat, with a roomy and hand
somly furnished cabin capable of accommodating
one hundred first class, and fifty second elass pas
sengers. Her capacity U eight hundred tons and
her accommodations for1 carrying freight are
iinmrmukl Standing a. A. No. 1 with the Uoard
of I'nderwritert; thirstcamer commends henwlf
to shippers of Uotton ana l'ooacc. wniienereie
gant finish; renders her highly acceptable to the
traveling publi. , ,,. ,
The DAVID WHITE will leaVeNashvill for
New Orleans on tho first rise in the Cumberland.
For freight or passage apply on board, or to
NTRATTOJT, CHENEY ROT, Agctilti,
No. 11 Broad Street.
octlO-tf HARRISON AONS. Agents. t
F. Ii. DaTIEB &BR0.,
' " - MAXWELL H0if?E,)
Comer Church and Cherry Streets.
I nXVIESmEfiS LEAVE TO INFORM
1?. hui frjends.. and the public generally At
NnJhvilse rtmlTteinity', tnat ne nas commence
th , k . . , ...-
Aaajn. having associated withbim his.brotberi
WU. DAVIES, formerly with IesrH.
RhII, Blnck 'Co New York city.' ,
e are now reee
eivlng- from New Vorl
k y I?
Stl)l 4 V
' Platcit Ware,
t -XAii and-Fancy Gootlf,
Direct from the Importers and Manufacturers
Our entire stork hoVrng been purchased at the
'LOWEST. NET iOASIMRATEM.-
Will be offered upon the most reasonable term.
Alt gofnl are warranted -
' An examination of oar ftoek i resi-eetfullr
u tt m i fwf j i. .
This Department a oux basiaeas we propose
"making a SPKCIALITV. having steured the
services of some of the tiueet workmen In the
.eUfitryior that-purpoiejM ' :
F. U DAVIES.
'WV XI. UAVIEN.
AT IT AGAIN.
'M. 0. SULZBAOHER,
WHOLESALE AXD ZCTAIL DClLIK IX
jEisQceries,) ines. Liquors,
Cigar, Tobacco Dyt-staJT. Etc..
Nd. IS 1 irorth-liafket Street, bet
Chnrcli and Union,
WAHHVILLEi - v TENN ESSE E.
TNOALXIKOVOUR ATTENTION TO THE
Wine-i.I!iJunT5.eicar. To&aceo.-tc tc and1
alLarticles to b4 found in a well regulated stora.
HaSiAe ill aitfUes'jto prtupg Ui best and
cheapeirt goods in maiket, I ofler tu my friends1
and patrons sue his4acuentf as sill oak It to
their advaBtaxifer 4ll-tJfl3mlne my stock
and prices befsr making their purchases else
whbrc Thaekful for past patronage, is&tkit a
sentlnnanse of the tame. ' 1
dedWa H. C. SHU.C
; SELLING OUT!
City and Country More ants
A,i 10UIS & CO.,
30 IVorfli Srarkel Street,1
TO MAKE A.
offer their large. stolrof
Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods,
nooxs and SHorx.
HATS. XOTIONS. Etc., EtC.
Not Snlv AT OOOTTfinl lt t.i ll mr nrJ
ready toilay in s wppiy.
ti 0 411 theattentinf all merehanl tntbU,
as we know it wlH be to thefr ftwn Weaeflt t calf
en us as our ,
(iLOKKD O IT T '
At the earliest day possible.
A I.OITIS t CO.,
30 North Mnrket Strevl.
31UOSE BEAliTIFUL OROUNDS OF TUB
i LKer Iir'.ArKTJ ,nre milM on tho
iekerson Pike, having been sub-divided tntrt
three lots of Twenty Acre Each, wilt
be offered te the public on
TUESDAY, THK 1ST1I IXST-
Together with all bis Household and Kitchen
A.-tl(UllUJC. X114UJ11IK CHUCK, CIC.
Lot So. t. ii a beautiftil rrar of Vsmal
Trees, in the midst of which stands the tplendki
resilience oi luexieeinr. aiso. on inn lot m the
lovely HttleLake. from which the nlaee U nnmnl:
and we venture tho assertion that, there is not a
Iovelierspot for sale in the vicinity of Nashville.
I Alt A'o. S. affords a fine hnll.ti nr vnAr. well
covered with Forrest Trees, I
"t no. 3. is mostly eleared land. ;
The Docter harinr delemiineil to ri.mnr lA
MisaUsippi.the sale will be positive, and without
Collation as usual. Omnlbuin, wilt Inn mi.
offices at 27 North Cherry street, ami ffi lublw
Square, atSKx. m.
H6U3l. ut.y KK COl t,.
ARRINOTONA FARRAR. j w
Trustee's Sale of Real Estate,
"DVRSUANT TO A DEED OF TIUTST. EX
Nl. ccuted by 3lorrU Kargar, on .the Stth
uy of August. 1SA3, and duly registered lu
the Kegiste-rs office or Davidson sounty. In
booV 37. page GS. I will expose to puIh
lie sale at the Courthouse door. Sn Nash
ville, on ednesday. the 19th December. 186rt
all the right, title and interest, the said Morris
Kargerhas in and to a certain piece of ground
on South Summer street, a short distance south
of the residence of Dr. C. K. Winston, and front
ing on Summer Sf!xi feet, and running back 210
feet. Reference is made to said deed of trusty
and the sale is made free from redemption.
Sale at Courthouse, at 12 o'clock, v., Decem
r OFFER FOR SALE IOO ACRES 0FTHB
1. place whereon I live, being five miles front
the city, on tho Richland, Pike, nnd adjoining
Geo. Harding's Park, Xhia is one of thehandr
eomestand most desirable farma Sn the Statefc
improvements good frame dwelling, kitchen,
splendid large barn, stona spring-bouse, and all
in good repair; about 3 acres or timber and
blue grass, and about 0 acres of eloror. last
spring; sowinr: first-rato snrirur: Richland
creek runs through the front lot; and never-
tail ing stock water in tna bock pasture, ine
place is beautifully situated on the pike, and b
try attractive loeation.
ALSO, abeut 33 Acres of rich Land on the
Franklin Price, about 3 miles from the citt
No mproveaienU. Avery handsome place. I
will sell either or both of the above for a very
reasonable price. A man will be hard to please
who cannot be suited in one of these places.'
WM. HENRY SMITH,
A. R. SEKOH. P. H. If A SLAVIC a. C. BRtCH- .
BEECH, MANLOVE & CO.
MATTIXaS, FI.UOR Oil. CI.OTIISJ
Damask and Laco Curtain Qoodsj
OIL NIIADES niKl
NIIADi: I.INBXS, El Cm
STo. 5.i CoIIcRe Street;,
rK TlfRSDAY. TIIF. 1STII DKCKMBE11
V7 we will sell at auction. n the presahe". the
property known ns the
GERMAN METHODIST CIirRClf.
with a lot frnntine Gftv-Cro feet nnd runninz
back to an alley. Situated on tbe enst side of
Aorth College street, about one- ha ml red yards
north or tbe luisville Railroad Uepnt. bale at
11 o'clock a. if.
Terms One-foarthiash, balance in sir, twetvj
Uliu tlEutct-u ujuiiura.
ANDERSON. JOHNSON SMITH.
N'mitruiT T.nn . IIm 1.1. IVt. 9.
T WILL OFFER F0R-SALK AT PtTBLIO
1 Auction, on Nntnrtlnr. tlif M'J1 I nit..
t lb o'clock a. v., at the Cavalry Barraek iu
North Nashrille, and at the treble-work, near
the eurner of Vine and Crawford streets.
Tbre TlsoniHiitl (S.OOO) t'oriNorWomt,
Terms Cash, in Government fund.
Uy order of Urie. den. Thio. .Swoarw, Aw't
QwirtermaMer Urneral, Chief luartersaastet!
D.ofT. E. B. KIRK,
dre34-td Bvt. Lient. Col. and A. H. 311
E , ,
ALAKOK BRICK H0DSK ON THE COR-i
ner of Bntad and High street, suitable tot
a Boarding Heue. with a room fronting on
Broad street snitaMe fhr a Stare ar flroevry.
Apply te J.W.U0OSTKEK.
decM-lw on Brood, near Vine. (
welling and Ioi for Sale4
M. B. Howell. Adm'r. etc, vs. Marj' A. '
Sbelten el ais.
A3 DIRECTED BY A DKCREE OF TH
County Court of Davidon county, at i
M-uvh Trm IStiti. In the above cause. I w ill offi
at PublioSal. at the sHth end of the Court
House. In theelty or Nashville, on HA i unuAl .
the th day of Deaeinber. IStW. the Irft ot
Orouml on Broad street. net Nashville, belong
ing to the ette of M. L. cihelton. deceased,
frontlpv feet on Broad street, aad runniac
back 190 feet, en wbieh I a desimblo and well
j built two mory Urick Iwf lllnjr. eontath
ing eight rooms, rood cellars, eisterB, and every
eenvesienee. bale to take place at 12 o'doek.
and pHrehasers will please ejamine Ihe pretBlw
befereday o("le. ... , ,. ,
TERMS One-third cb."balaaee on eredit of
six. twelve ami ekhte) ieths, with Interest,
Hen. etc. 1'. L, NICIipL. Werk.
f decll A. NBtON A C0-, Agents.
J . ISAAC'S,
Clothier and Merchant Tailor,
Cor. Market St. nml Public Spnnr-,
O AVINO BOUGHT THE ENTIRE STOCK
Ctothiag aad 1'urnUkiBt Goods of Sam'I
liyman. Isottett tne paireaage ot ibq owrw
toraers and the public, awunng tbera they will
buy ICathing at price not surpawd la tbe rtly.
Ilarinr scraredlhe nerricen f Mr. J. W. Jatl-
kiDi.0. g. Isaacs and tfsm'l HrraaR. w MI,j
still reain io serre lowr ;rii ami
aneet In general.
A Splendid Residence For Sale
On n CrenlU ot Tru Yri.
T WILL SELL MY RIWIDBNCE, ON IIKOAD
J. Street Pike, with Twenty A res of grtwnd
attached for Fifty HuxtaaBd Dvllant, payable tn
- Ten Equal Annnal I'nymnUt,
eaebbmring iBtra4. wtth nd penional or wther
security for tbefrvt five payinesl.
A deriptUa ef the ifterly it UBBeressary.
Citaie and txaratseit.
Pinwulun illvrii IiiinirUlntrljr.
NashvUle. Nay. ST. lW.-lm
The Cheapest and ihe Heat!
IEAVE YOl7R OUDERH FOR TOlTv
l Winter's suptJy at the oe of 7CKixiTai
iPjii(B. So, OH Public-ftqnarr, andi-l
will a' them promptly fHleiT wffen ordered.
Terms Cash b delivery.
K. P. WATSON, Agent
rnilK BUILDINO KNOWN AST1IBDIS
1 HATCH Printing Offtee. enrner Bank ami
Priaten' 'Alley. It is welt adapted tr & rtlntrng
Office, a Furniture Factory, or other imrp.
Applr to Jno. Watlajfe, at (hie 0t. w to Dr.
J. UfU ndsler. arN. Ctmry tt.
b4 'HAitftfttf irXrir
ININD TRASSaORTATIOX ..RISKS
Taken, a t TaltMUIc ltnlcfc
Looses fakir adjuated and premptly paMi
Office, Seeesd NaKeeal BjrBgf Ws
street. JOHN LSDKf. PrftSleSl
W. J. THOMAS. Yfeo PreoKer.t
JOSEPH ASIUSeeretarj -
BAGGING J BAGGING'!
TyE HAVE A L,SH. QOANnXV,
Best Kentucky Bagging,
AT 374 0Sm SSK YARD. .
Eope and Iron T&fL
also, feri as ebeaf tsevsiaa be hJ?A JfJat
iUm. from Ue pegUryVi eIfn Wn ajU-ta
w& waai wees. ae a$alB.
EI.'Q. ACfi A
On Satnrtlar. 22U litmbVr. st "io
o'clork, A. 3T., 1
Unless diefoteil ef befcr at Private tr
Barges are layfeg'tm Lower Levee. IfaMtMed
efrro the 3M, they wrH he
AT A BASOAIX.
O. P. DANFORTII Ao.
decl6-lw Oeratf Front and' Jegewn.
For Sale at a Bargain,
A COMPLBTSrSBT OF MAHOOAAT M AR
XV ble top tteryftee a.I atet na- Chamber
turniture. Apply to
decVK-H 31 d 3 e?h JiWeC
JglBLES AND PRAYBR MK.
IV.T.JJKRRY ACO, FrwSwAM,
Have Just opened a mm of
ENGLISH BIBLSS, k ejegant UbUIbm. . '
EPISCOfiAL PR AXBR 00KS. k Vfwf.
CHURCH SERVIUBS. k Iry.
CATHOLTCPRATRR BOOKS, fa trf.
BISHOP HEBER'S HYMNS. Illiairaled.
TATCOR HOLY LIVINil AND DYLVB.
LYRA GGRXANICA. IH)rt4rf.
TnK NEW'TBISTAMENT. Htw4rated.
THENKW CIirRflf. INMtrateJ.
VT. T. BVA Co. hartals a ML jrtmet ot
CHILDREN'S H.T.W8TRATHD BOOKS.
januuty r, 1807.
Wai. Lipscomb v. S. K. Josan ami edict.
TN PURSUAN08 OF DBOftBS OF THK
X Chancecr Caart at NafcvW,bi abvmeaed
cause, I will sn, at waa CHrt Honfe ai Mtuk
Sniiirtlnx, Jannnrj- 5,. S07,
Tho t Met, of Xand in tfee Sewad District f D
Lipscomb (to C. K. BfBs smhT by Mm aAef-
TKRMS OF SALS-feedUs of sti
mnntlu. without interest. Note ra
twa good seeuritier, aad Rest reta-rneiU1 9
JTON B. HOWKLL. CwrfX.
Ptrattv vr. Jho.
E. Laffler ami
TN PURSUANCE OF A DB9RB1 OF THK
X Ohoncery Oasrt is the abave named ede. 1
willselt at publk aMties, at e OwrtHee.
Sntiinlny, Jnnnajy S, 1967,
Lots.Xos. TO and TL fa iVter' Addn "to
fMgefieldi each 6rillg89 feet SaiHrve.
menths, with Hiterest frt day r Mb Ne
required with approved seemr. and Kent rr
Ellen Deaeta V. Tka. Rawetl aad. etta
FN PURSWANCK F A DBCRRK OF THK
i,Chancery Court la Ibis , I W teJI at
puble naelitta, at tbe Crt M at
SnturtUsy, Jaauary 5, 1SC7,
A. traat of alrfut 73 acre.f La4. lying naur t
Nofe5virle Tarnpike. abMt twelve miles Mm
NssshvHIe. ..Thto M tatHM Vd fsrmtrirsfM
by Sam'I Kitsbra to Tbsaws RbsmII. andhH
bond for title bt recorded In lh Register's Mfile.
in Book No. 38.page tST. , .
THRJ13 0FAl- Ma' edk,wWi
out interest. .Nate rejiuiiedwMb twa Md J
rlties. and ifen retained. Sale frea r-
demptten. M0RTOS B. HOWELL. (J. aad M.
William Hagar vs. Thw Y. Nertkera.
TN PURSUANCE OF A DBCRKE OrtHK
1 Chancery Court la thtfee.TwWsaat pub
lic auction, at the Court UeMatNaiiv!He.ft
A traet or Land on Sww' Crk. near its Wil
son county rfap. atlrolalog t lan of Wu.
Hagar. and containing about sixty au
TERMS OF SALK-ax and twelv
credit, with Interest fnwt day f Sale. N4
required with approved Mesritr. and Hew nt
MORTON B. HOWBI. C. and M.
Jennie SFifia tb. D. D. Dlwkeyi ml
TN PUR31MWO W A DBCRBK ttK THK
X Chancery Ceo tt. is tMi ewe, I wiK sefCaitllM
Oourt llaoAt NasUfHIe, a
HnttirdftT-, JuaHnry S, 107.
The two House aad Lota, Ne Mandai.M M
Leteere street, Msmwawl Cdarf-e4 ,
Awned 1st Jennn S. and K. T. Ftcntar. . ,
rfteoths'ervdiUWUhaatiBtevert. Wtes rinftrnt
with approved se.-ily, ad UR rsMlued. SaM
free froa redempUda. ...
MORTON K. HOVintbEfAaiid M.
-Jjelitis J- Harr Adwrx, tw. sritafflfkr
tk ami other.
TN PUFUACE OFDKMB OF THK
1 Chancery Oo'artat NwAvflleJt abare
aaase. I wtfl sell, at tfce Cparr a b
vine, oa .
SaliirUny, January 3. 187.
of Laad. aMet Be miles
tbe WoIevW Turffk
na jrel far B. D. Kar-
,1 iki. Ik dmm
arte, ,Im.a.a.I frnn Mr). Laatneka mn:
m,Ao dBat w seres sh mm. swipim mm
.fikmer refidtnea of B. B.Iwrrta. deiealed.
Jboit four Mll rrota AsjMnne.
Phase tanw whi i
ba sifc-dwriNtad ts, Msd fHtv
maw tie na (
tallied. Sate frw fern aadefaalfan.
jiur. tun b. nnvt mui. a M,
?.100 to 8250 iqt Houib.
WAXTUD AoKNTS EVfRYWHBRJS,
Male act Feflsale. to set! Out Grunluw
ImiirovtHl Common Keiue 'nnillr Nenr
luxSncbJne. Vriae only W. This ilaekta
wiff Mh, aea. foil. tuek. bnd. aailt. baki, aad
embraMer. Trie cloth cannot ba paJfcd aaan
even artel vt7 seeoM stiefi m ast. wvery hm-
KJB SALE OB REST. THK MJMAXT
reaidesae af,tha lata Dr. Jat M. Watsaa
ii dWed rSat n
bKM at a. barwain fer t sagt tea cfcia, It
BtWbr tb25atMt.wtM a mmi
HswHfoet em MeLeemreMiwt,
daeM-Tw SK Baa tieat.
Solo of Valuable LandSj
David C Leva et ale. r. Alex. Matthew at. alt.
AS DIRECTED BY A D8CRB8 OF TH
Casnty Coart i uf Davidwa aaaatm. at tt.
Dk-cbW Term, ItAt, tn fba aberg aawH.. 1 wilt
nffer at PuWro-Sale-. at taa aaafli and of taa
Otart Mwum. ia Naahvilla. ..a SATURDAY, the
Mn ifcsr af Janaarf. 1W. a eettala traet ar wr
aal frf Uml batvagwuc la tba attata- aTAmalitt
Lave, daeosed, aad daecribed M feHawt. a
"iSMtte Lt Ne. le i4m of the AvMaaat
Andrew Caaman't ! .-' lii
aHet fWwNssit(e, aad aear tea IliHeW
Tmstdka Rl.aMdta iia4mrvadi,la
ad hearHy tiasbrrtd. a it faaMaa fc".
eaaa. aad tba laaac ac
a eredlt af ae aad twa vaara. wTth late mat
day of sale-. Note with oenmnal leeurilT re
qaired for lia uapaM Hrasa-BiBA adtl
I et lined - K NICHC Car
BOYB'S ADDITION' .
5F SAlfc-h&k ajafa. aad Ao
:mnu r ax. iwejre. caao sH
a9BtM Wlwt J4MW iJPaKwW
, i,n-fr- -gBi iftiart I " W tim
r n bi