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A 4J0QK ABOUT MWYEBS.
CiiriotiM Stories Judicial Bltindrra In
' England, j
Mr. Jcaffroiwn, who wrote, three or four
yearn ags, anccesHfui book abotit idoctori,
W jwt published another in the name
vm-TcaHBd " A Book about Lawyers." Mr.
JeMraoB, wtb the London Examiner, has
taopght together the resulU of much otit-of-ttifr'waj-i'reading.-inclnding
not generally known" and a good many
aodote wnltsh, if they had'becn' told bc
fercarc too good for any one to mind
ttnngjheai again. One of the baft an
tTglge in, the first volume is this old
Like h'w friend John Soott. Thurlow
eojildiiibeditMrAiBnd be arendrouft pathetic
wlrsWwr uSB could aid Ma eloonerice.
After dexterously coquetting between the
imeea's and the prince's parties in 1778, he
delivered in the House of Lords his
memerable declaration of gratitude to, and
a Station far, the afflicted king. Having
f t of nervous agitation, and at one point
liaviiHF wept coifiouilv, he resumed the
olearwtraelodvQf.his sonorous voice, and
oonoliued with ibese-words r "A noble
,iieuRt lias, in an eloquent and energetic
manner, ex pressed his feelings on the pres
ent ttielaaoholr situation of his Majesty
ffcidirtas rendered more nohmant from the
t-Wkeauni' having been in the habit of
..- ,A-ii' w..l-t i i e t.i:.ij
and kiiuinew lrom his su tiering sovereign.
My own sorrow, my lords, is aircravated by
the came cause. My debt of gratitude is
indeed ample, for the- tnanrJavors which
have fieen craciously'cohferred upon me bv
kfc MajeMy ; and when I forget my sover-"
eign may my God forget me f' As Tliur
. low eat down the sensation anions his!
h rather. peers -fasctrofou-.rit butLibertv
rai!&,iwhSlhaa . been an-faudifbtVoT flu
Mv?ecli, was less deenly anectL A Tit-ious1
Tiglit burndd Jirtghtljr in ,1ns squinting
eyes, and as a more than usually dia
bolical sneer played upon his hideons face,
the jeQple'a friendJuissed out: ".God forget
' yl I Ile'll see you - first."
Among the jgoeip of Jhe book are the1
. lei lowing
ANECDOTES OF THCBLOW.
Aolicitor had made n series of state
mentfi in a vain endeavor to convince his
lordship of a certain persons death.' "ReaN
ly, my lord," at List the solicitor exclaimed
goaded into a fury by Thurlow's repeated
ejaculations of" That's no proof of the man's
death;'; "Heally, my lord, it is very hard,
and it is not right that you won't believe
me. I saw the man dead In his coffin. My
lord. I tell you he was my client, and he is
dead." "No woader," retorted Thnrlow,
.with a grunt and aBneer, "since he wai
your client "Why did you not tell mo that
soon or? It would kill me to have such a
fallow an yon for my attorney." That this
groat lawyer could thus address a respect
. able" gentleman Is less astonishing when it
Is rcmombered that he once horrified a
party of aristocratic visitors at a country
Iioihc by replying to a lady who pressed
, liira to tflkJamc grain, "Grapes, madam,
frarA3ll3yuS;D ot Jay a minute ago that
lfttraSplrirkfcr Once this ungentle
lawyeftwaiulirly worsted In a verbal con
'llitOfian Irish Npaylor. Orf 'crossing the
Pirphf?hjf: his Owoud etreet house .one
morning, the Chancellor was incensed at
fieeing a load of paving stones placed before
111 dptf. Singling out the4 tallest of a score
ef IrMforfemeif whoWere repairing the
thoroughfare, he poured upon him one of
those torrents of curses with which his
most insolent speeches were usuajly pre
luded, and then told the'man to move the
atones instantly., f Where shall I take
them lo, yonnhonOr 7" tho pavior inquired.
Tfyotri the Chancellor another volley eT
blosphomoiM abu.e, ending with, '" You
lousy MbundreT, take Ulem tolfcll 1 do you
hoar we?" "Have a care, your honor,"
"uHwlfcwd lhe workman, with quiet drollery.
Tdea" you think, nowythat if I took 'em to
the oilier place, your honor would be leas
m'UiSttSfl over them:?;
- 'JDhe laOious Lord JTenyou is pictured as
an ignorant anu aDsuru -person, and these
- suSwotw arc told:
One day ho would silence an importune
wutar or loquacious Barrister by exclaim
ing. "Jim moatu in rams, or as the vema
oular hath it. there must be an end of all
things;'' on another day ho would clothe
.his face with tho wisest of his judicial as-
peetfl, and observe. "In advancing to A
conclusion on tins subject, i am resolved
iJbtif kra, antiauat run." When a clarine
oase of fraud was brought before his ob-
nervation, be exclaimed, " lhe dishonesty
Hi manifest In the words of an old Latin
mgo, apparently 'Laid angui in hcrba "
to a deeply-edified grand jury he remarked
itvastene of solemn pathos, "Having thus
discharged your consciences, gentlemen,
voii may retire to your homes in peace.
with the delightful consciousness of having
perlormou your uuuos welt ; and as you
' conipoae yourselves for nocturnal slumber,
you may apply to yourselves tho words of
the 'heathen "philosopher, Mul Ornr aut
AVilhout the assistance of Latin, bo me
iisremarlH uttered from the judgment
seat wore provocative of laughter. " The
allegation,': ho exalaimed during the ex
amination of an unsatisfactory witness, " is
as far from truth m old Booterium from the
Northern Main a nno I have heard ,or
meWwith uod known tinrer. ' I
Oif'ahtHher occasion, when he rem
iiianueUan attorney for cauilng a needless
hM yesatumA delay in a cause, he observed
in boldly melaphoricallanguage: "This is
the last nair in tho tail of procrastination,
anu u tmust oc piucKeu out ; ' anu he is
leported to have lectured " twelve gentle
men in the box" thns: "If an individual
can break dovm any of those safeguards
whieh'thu constitution has wisely and -cau
tiously erected, by jxrisoninp the minds of
the jury at a ume wheu .they are called
upon to deoide; he will s(a& tlie administra
lion of juMlce in it most vital patls."
IKit KVnvon's grandest oration was mad
at the trial or Uliams lor publishing Tom
Payne's "Age of Reason," when tho learned
Judge, in bis summing up, observed:
,4Chrlianity, from its earliest institution,
met with Its opposers. The professors were
very.oen oalfed upon to publish their
APfw'98 ,or 1110 "oclrines they had era
IhwwJlLTh wliat manner they did that.
iiU wnwlier Uicy Iwd the advantage of
tliwraiivenjone, or hudk under the supe
flartty oi tunr argument, mankind for near
tw theusand years have had the oppor
tmiily of judging. They have seen what
Jilimt, Justin Martyr, and other apologists,
have written, awl have been of opinion that
the argument was in favor of those publi
cation." Trailing this story in Ida own,
way, and improving it as he was fnllv
justified in doing Coleridge, in the "Table
Talk," asMtrea his readers that Lord Ken-
yon, in his address to the jury in a trial for
ulosjilioiHi', mnai "Above all, gentlemen,
Heed 1 name to you the Emperor Julian.
wlie was so celebrated for the practice of
every t,nrian vtnue, mat tie was called
To evl Jatef judge, as well as to
RchyoU Jm been attributed the memoria
hlpjudicjal address to the dishonest butler
who hatUbeeu-ooaricted of stealing large
(iHantities of wino from his master's Cellar.
"rrfftMier at the bar," thejudgje is rejorteil
te have said, "you stand convicted on the
meal oenelUMYe evidence of a crime of in
Gxpras!bl atrocity a crime that defiles
tkoaaered springs of domestic confidence,
and is calculated to strike alarm into tlie
breast of every Jingllshrean who invests
largaly in tho choicer vintages of Southern
ISurape, like lhe eerpant of old you have
ttitug the hatd f your protector. Fortu
Hate iHliavlHgn generous employer, you
' might, witlHMit disheneaty. have continned
Mi supply ywr wretched wife and children
with the comforts of sufficient prosperity,
aad-evea with same of lhe luxuries of af
flnsc ; but dead to every claim of natu
ral aiefUn, and blind to your own real
mtarot, you barat through all the restraints
df religion anl morality, ami have for
many yoarB'Oec" j muter nig ytmr nex truth
The Atlanta JftftUioeiutr saya that the
perk-pa eking hnsinoas h now being exten
sively aud mooewfully carried on in that
of, Cr U'e Srt time. About filly men
aramtnployed in'a pork-pscking rstablish
metifthore, and (ire hitndred hogs had ar
rived bydne train.
Tirfc Siijirerae .Court of Georgia decided,
in.& oaaa. brought before it the other day,
that Hr$w1rtflVuftl' chilflreri o'f kf person
w1h hiet created- a lien upon his property
may.4ieeHre.'tWlr interest-In (he same by
proieodiiiJnllo'r the inifilvent Jaws,, with
out rasjort to equity."
NPIICIi: I'AYJIENTS AWDT1IB.I-KO At.
iMr.E. Q. auldlng, of the Farmers'
and Mechamc'Nalional Bank of Bufialo,
having, in a letter to Secretary McCulloch,
exnrewed the oninion that the currency
could be , uiodesately contracted "gp as to
preserve a loierawy eaoy money marKci,iii
order to be able to lumi tnc comiounu
... .i t
ana tiiescven-iMiriiesiBio ioiigguu-uruimb.
bonds between this, and the 16th of July,
IfiftS- and that' the sfttfrie stdrfdard could
J. rMche.1 with at least $360,000,000 of
plain lecol-tender Unlteil States notes ftilb
outstanding, Mr. Aicuunoeii repneo an
follows: ' '.
"Tkhasury Department, Asmsa-
tok, December t, law. uoar oir;
A nir rvnr of the 4th instant is re-
roivnl. Yoa will receive a .cony of
mv rr.irt ilirmiffh tlte Comptroller 41-the
Currency. It was very hastily written, but
&1 tlunK-, jotrnd m aocirine,. x?
'Tiat we need is an increapc of labor.,
XI WM. . ,
of the country in fall exercise; we could
return to specie payments without any very;
larno curtailment of United. Slates notes.
My object has been te keep 1he market;
stood v. and to work lwck to iecie iy-'
ments without a finaacialiCollatise. LsiKtlll
net In lha future as I have in the tiast. with
great caution, and attempt no impragltfia-
" I anvvory iruly, youra,
A Hoosier at thk AsTOK. B. met on
the train an eklerlv Hoosier wholiad been
to the show race at New York, and who
had seen the hi-po-dro-nic, as he calltd it.
"Did voti remain long InNew York?"
"Well, no." he answered thoughtfully,
"onlvwittday: fon I mw tlierc was a fair
chance of starvine to death, and I am op
posed to tlmt way of going down. I jmtj
un at one ot tueir taverns ami aitoweu i
was goiiwtdi1)e treated to the whole of it.'
"Where-did von sleep?" said B. inter
"At the Artor Houc. I allow you don't
ketch me in mioha place again.! 1 hey rung
a gong four tunes fcr breakfast, and whei
I went to eat, there wasn't riafy vittles pi
"What was there?" B. ventured to in
"Well." said the old man. enunicratincr
tlie items cautiously, as if from fear oi
omifwion, 'there was a clean plate w,rpng
sldeup, a knife,a clean towpr, a split spoon;
and a handbill, and what is worse," added
the old man. "the insultin' niccer up and
asked me what I wanted ?" Yittlea, said
I, bring me your viltle and 1 11 help-my
Mir." , ,
S. IJ. DROWN.
Lnte Cnpt A A. Q.
1E0. P. BltOWN.
I,ato Chief Clerk Q..M
S. B. BROWN & SON
AGENTS FOIt THE
COLLECTION OP CLAIMS
ATo. 115 Church Slrcct, .
JStnwnJ Floor,) ... .
P. 0. BOX 3! NASHVILLE.. TEN
. .. ........... rnnvim- liim-.llir ilPUl
fion. Tramportntion, (rail and .river.) Quar4
Ierinnler ana voramwearj- .-iurc, uiuuuuv
rliVixn r rtn Tennmaaninnd Kentuckians.an
used bytliWllnited State triip..IjOMbf Horsey
Officers and Soldiers
in" U. 8. Service;
Throfl mnnllia Par Kroner ilue ilLielmrired offi
cers in certain cage, ami all rimilnr claims,
nMmntltf fttlAA4l(tal t it
nn nfnnartMa hftrft inrroflSed the
IIountlM and Iirtnsduo soldiers or theirlegal
heirs, in certain ense. ana macca coiorca eor
diers nnd their heirs on the same footing
Correspondents leired in nil portions of the
country. Business sent us br innll will receive
as prompt uttention as il handeu ns in rerson.
Uorcnargea will oerenmijiauic.
nRFRBXNCr.s 5Iaj. Oen. Oeo. ILThomnf, U,
S. A.; Uov. Wm. 1. Brownlow: lion. A. J.
Fletcher, r5eretnry or State ofTcnnessee : n -insr,
Tnlir- X' (!.. liankers: and First National Bank
of Nashrllle; and officers generally of the late
Aro. 25"XdVlIi' Ohcrry'
? 'til It
TB AUK PKEl'ARBD JO CQLLKC1
rr Ulaims najatnst the unitoil blates uorern-
mcnt tur property taken during tho war.
Whether Receipted for or Not
Our farilitiu for
Rranted'umler the rarieus acUot Cengro-w are of
u Liiurarirr l
ixsrnK Tiinm.si'Kr.nv PAYMiir;
Soldiers and nil others entrusline their clnimi
la our hands are asjureJ that they, jrill reccire
oru most c.n:vvi. atthxtiow
A memWnf our firm is located in Wasbln
ton City, nnd in constant communication wi
the rarions Departments of tbe QoTernment,
nnd his extensive oxpenenea in tbeoollcetipn
claims enables him to prosecute, nith-
I'KOMITXrSS ASn niSPATJI,
nr business ent rutted to wirclisree.
uire un eati.
EK9rtN3 HAVIXO CLAI4I3 FOK-tJorTON,
! f W. 1 T llu, Tn.n T i.l,n .," 1 1.. 1
lakrn r jmrvltaseil l) tn llnilfsl-SlAten and not paid,
for also clerks, meebanlfs and laboiers who bavij
failed t) rcit cempsfmUon far sertiscs rendsred
nHtd ii la rait oa t at eur oBVtr,
20 t'hirn Street.
i .r- ...IKMVAIIO .t NKI.SOV,
iiut1H4i i Attorneys and CUlm Agents
. s,r . , t
qtUE sDiiaoninBRs ark authoe
X Sxod flpeiila for the salo of the celo-
E. CARVER COTTON GINS,
So long aud favorably known throughout
the cottou growing States, in which the.
union have far exoeeded thoae of any other
make. IU nuperfcrity ir operation and inj
qmdily of lint prodac. ol, in asknowledgedi
by tho luftwt ibilnenliel 'CottoiK 1'Untern,.
MetolmniN hiuI Manufacturea
All sir, fwm 18 to 100 aawa oaehV oon-
slantiy on hAiul-or furnished from,tha man-
Send for Circular. j f
ALLKN & HILL McALISTHRJ !
Mp27-lf Nashville, Tenneesee.
ALPKKD T. POPE.
Attorneys at L,aw,!
Onicc. riflU and Jefferson. NarntoKH
ItiillOlnm nptalBj.) .
NO. C5 XOIti'lI COLLliIfE STRHCT,
2fl KOtTII 3IAKIIET STUKtrr.
550,000 WORTH OF GOODS,
otoTniNo, boots, snous.
11AT8, astd KOTIONS,
To be wM at a tfrvat eafllAcr! 4 fleme ad Indv for.
ranneif. TU oot qmtJtiiM Krwah JUerlnoat
tl.!KpT yard; !m LaW SboM. JU Pr l-ilr '
and eterj IMac ebaisi proBartlH.
EsoMUitwr lb idaras Ktlh. fcfege.-auJ'
36 South Matiet xrrsa.
octJl-rm I, 21. buuuii.
WEAKLEY & YARBR0U6H,
NO. 8 'JiOKTII COLLEGE STREET.
iWfcjtiliK6 kxiba txmLj VLfina -,
wo barreu extra inpernne Flouts ,
' 80 hohnit TStw Orleam 8ngr - -
' 4S iiogriiMdj Demenr So'gar;
SO bsrrcb CrDtbeJ ud Powder Hngtra :
SCnucksprisMBIaCot&e;" - t
23 ncti Ljnlra-ColB5 .
25 brr?U freh.lUc; . 4
birrtU KeT OrWni ItoliM!;; -, f
150 toXM TjrioaiVind) Sop ;
lOOboxrstArPtadln; " .
100 Uoxii TUW CBllelhrd prrmx ; .
' SO'boxM fine Cliiwlng Tobtcco ;
k25 Uirreb gmoVtnr ToUcco ; i
25 kegt EnjlUh Soda ;
Wri American Soda ;
aaet 1 and S lb. ram Oj-itrn
SO twxea 8pice;
SO boxat OronaJ MMtard :
CO boxes ptat, quart and half gallon Bottles
. 20 boxes Oarrett Snufl! i li . )
' ' ' A erAsVorWi bXnfzlr W ' 1
25 barrels Bourbon Whisky ,
2T barrels Robertson Connty WUUkj ;
100 barrels Foote Nash Proof Whisky ;
100 barrels Ginger Cordial ' -15
barrels fllnger'WInsf 'j' J,"T
. .- 15 barrels Sweet WIn;.
60 barrels Grapa-TlDear;J
2i'Urrels jJemon Sjrup : jJt ; J'. ,
. 00 boxes Starch: - It r ' . ' -
60 doren Buckets ;
50 dozen Brooms ;
2000 F Ion r Sacks?
50 boxes assorted Candy ; - ,
Brandy, Jtnm,-0in Wines. otTarloDS brand, at
t- "-WEAKlilC(Y,& VAItUItOUGirS,
Kd. 3 North College street, V MhriUe, Tenneeseaw
a. a. chratitau;
a. r. WOOD
R- B. Cheatham & Co.
PINE BRANDIES, WINES,;
Cor. College and Church fits
. .VI . -
KEEP; 'ONSTAJiTI.Y-OS- HAND AND
100 batw choice Rio Coffee.
125 bbla Crunh'e, Powdered and QranuT
I a ted Hugar.
140 bbls Ctoflee Sngar. '
50 " Mackerel, No. 1 and 2.
25 " " Ne.3.
J50kita . .No. l,2,and
o Tierres fresh luce.
25 bbbi Cider Vinegar.
650 " 'Extra FamilVf PlourlSuring-
field and Port Royal Mills.
100 bbls, bbla and kegs country Lard.
5 tierces DriedjBee:
50 bbla N. OMdlassea and Syrups.
50 bbla SorghumIblasaes.
10000 busliels Cotton Seed. 4
Together with"an assortment of
FRESH CANNED; FRUITS,
' ' ' ' . ( Siirtli ties,
.' - i.e u.-- Oysters;
.and Pepper Sance,
Spleen, Pep.jrjjer.'ete;, etc.
; i l' . " 4 ' 1 ' C ' . . .
L I Q, UOB'S.
QlFinUrandy, ff ,1 '
Henneaey, Otard, Dupey & Co.,
PintoCastillon; vintage, 1849,'62, and '67
3 United Vineyard; Proprietors; 1850,
4 A Rochelle, '
3luncheons best IrLih and ScotcbTWhisky
n t T- v -n
I i i pea uamaica rwum.
6 il Pines N. E. " ii
05 casks Sherry and Port Wine, all
8 casks pnre Malga Wine,
4 Pities pure Holland Qin,
65 " Heidsick " j
125 boxes Claret, very liue
lObbls "Old Crow." 1855, warranted bu-!
perior to any ever offered in Nashville,
185 bbla pure Koberteon Connty, old and nne
130 Bourbon, all grades,
23 " Apple Brandy, pure,
8 " Peach Brandy, pure.
utilise t, Curacoct, Absynthc,1
MaruscJtino, Wampoo Drakes,
Plantation and Bakers' Bitters
rir GiidIiOndon Club.-
5,000 Genuine Imported ITavana Cigars,
Tlolher with a coner&I Assert tnent of'Stapla.
and Fancy Groceries. ,
R. B. CHEATHAM & CO.
norll tojanl5 .
31 COW.EOE.SI,. SASDrVlI.UE.TENH.
HOSE -IXSCOASCE COSIPANT,
OF HEW TOBE.
Capital and Assets . 3,&90,trc
IIOJIF. IN8URAKCE COSPANV,
i ' ' '
OP NEW HAVEN.
Capital and Assets fl.cwu1
WASHINGTON INSUBANCE CO.
OP KEW TO UK.
Capital and Assets fs.S.ow
,TTNA S.IFE INSCRASCE COMPAIfT,
CuhAawts .. ...... W.&00.000
Traveler's Accident Insnrancc Co.,
, . , ,, , (.OIVQABTFOBD.- .
CsplUland Astots 1723,000
i ii r i t
POtlOlKS WBITTEN ON FIBE AND UABINE
lUits,,aail Losses promptlr adjastsd at .tbls
OBlc. ; Also, tppUcatlons pr LU4 ana caaoi
risks In tbs stott first class uompaiun.
Offlce ol the Travellnff Ajsency
.1 m . . toa vaa
S(. 1OuU ,Mutual l,ire '.nsurance to.,
In lh.tatat 'of Seatncl. And Tenant.
Corner tifl Vine ami caawn axTrcia,
JllCttC SuUth'rDrngptora, NashtUIa, Tonn.
toolVtr ' J0UN1. KLINVj AgM t.
- i - r r r i - -i i.
ATTOBflEY AT I.A.W,
No, 59lfenr,"txpet Norti .of
I. Deadcrick ttreeU - liept i
Southeast Cornqr of
Cliurcli and CollegO'Streets,';
FOB WA MD T2TG
(K it -CVE
r : -
lPloW," v Bacon;
IE1IF.B FRUIT. .Etc..' ElcJ
Orders Oiled with mr nt l!iVr.o"Wet:
Market Price. r
mm I.ATtflR AVAREHOUSE enables a to of-1
fer superior Inducement to Planters and otheis
Shipping tboir Cotton and other Produce to. tui
-men we mil mKe
Sell, Store, or 'Ship, on the
Parties faTorin us with their basinets may!
depend on it receiving prompt and careful
attention. A. A. SPENCER A CO.,
Southeast corner of Church, nnd Oollese sis,
CHANCER Y SALES
Saturday, 1). 29, 1866;
J. E. Qleaves, Adui'r, vs. the Heirs and
Creditors of F. K. Zollicofler, derd.
TN PURSUANCE OF DECREE THE
X Chanccrr Court at Jashville in the above
named caose, and by reason of the failure of tho
former purchaser to comply with" the terms bl
the sale, 1 will again offer at public sale, at th
wart uouse, on
Saturday ,t Deeeinber 29, IS0U,
The former residence of the late Gen. F. K. Zol
lieoffer, frontin-g 46 feet on High street, and
rnnninc hack 170 feet to an IS foot nllcv.
This property is well known, and is in the most
desirable portion oi tne cay ior residences. j.au
purchaser will be put into possession immedi
ately upon complying with the terms of sale.
The nurchaser will be reouired to ray one
fnnrth OARH. nnd execute HOIM for the residue.
das at one and two vears. with, interest from the
day of sale, and a lien will be retained to secure
their payment, 'lhe sniois witnout redemption,
MORTON UOWELL, C. and M
James T. Armstrong el als. vs. Robert M
Porter et als.
TN PURSUANCE OF DECREE OF TUB
J. Chancery Court at Nashville in the above
named cause. Twill sell at tho Court' Uouse at
Saturday, December 20, 1RGC,
The two Store Houses and Lota on the south
side of the Public Souarc. at present occupied
by Mike Powers and J. A. J. Hose as Clothing
Store-. Thcso lots each front zj feet and run
back 30 feet, and sre entirely covered with
The Tebhs op Sale are $300 upon each lot
cosh, and the residue upon credits or one and
two yoar3. jn otes required witn approved seen
rity, and a lien retained. Sale free from re
demption. MORTON B.IIOWKLL,
decS-td Clerk and Master.
Peter Anderson v. IcBoberts it Mcltee
TN PURSUANCE OF DECREE QF inB
Chancery Court at Nashville in aboro named
cause, i win oner at tne uonrt uouse ai ixnsn
Saturday, December 29, 1SCO,
The folloirinft Lots in the Craighead Plan, lying
Sre miles from liasuvillo, on tne uallatm mm
Let No.l, containing 33 acres and 19 poles;
and fronting on the uallatm Turnpike, upon
wnicn is situated tne cua uraigncad resilience.
Lot No. i, containing? acres and 122 poles, an
lying in iue rear oi jui. i.iu. i, (
These ore tho lots formerly purchased by Dri
J. C. Newnan.
TERMS Credits of 6. 12 and 18 mdnth's. with
interest from day of sale. Notes required with
approved security, and ft lien retained. Sale
free from redemption.
MORTON B. HOWELL,
decS-td Clerk and Master.
Lucy Ann Marshall and others -vs. Waller
.Marshall ana others.
PimSDANCE OF DECREE DF THE
(IhnTiffRr- Hnnrtnt Nashville in above named
cause, 1 will sell at trie uourt itoase at. nosnj
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1866,
The House and part of -Lot No. 33.ronting3
feet on Line street, and running back. lbUileet
lying Just abure "Mrs. Feck's Spring." . riu
Also, Lot lying back of above mentionecUlotl
irontinguieet, and. extending drck. icei-i
xreppard's line, being part ot ioiro.o.
TERMS: One third Cosh, and the residue 0
credits of six and twelve months, with interest
from day of sale, and a lien retained. Sale-frei
MORTON B. HOWELL,
decSds Clerk and Master.
William Lipscomb va. S.
E. Jones and
IN PURSUANCE OF DECREE OF THE
JL Chancery Court at Nashville in tbs above
named cause, I will sell at the Court Hodsa to
atnrdny, December 29, 18Qo",
A Tract of Land in the Second Civil District of
Davidson county, known asa aim uraig con-
taining 8Vi acres, and adjoining tho lands of the
klin Cnlleire. '
S OF SALB Credits ofsix and twelve
months. Notes required, with, two approved
securities, and alien retained. Sale free from
redemption. MORTON B. HOWELL, .1
dcc8-td Clerk, and, Master.)
Noble D. Ellis vs. iSaiannah" Moore
IN PURSUANCE OF A DECREE OF THE'
Chancery Court at Nashville in tho -above-j
named cose, I will again offer at public Bald
at tbe Courthouse at Kasnvllle. on
Saturday, December SOU,, 1SC0,
The property owned by the late firm' of Ellis &,
Moore, and formorly owned hyBr.D. T. Seottj
being Lots xios. y, in ana ii, near tne unena
Vista Springs. Xhcse Lots iron. 4ui yarus ons
the Buena Vista turnpike road, and ran back;
between parallel lines 175 yards. Lot No.
contains 19 acres and 67 H ixles, and has upon 1c
a well-built and beautiful Brick Cottage, con-,
taining nine rooms, nnd furnished with all that
modern improvements. Theont-houseg, smoke j
house, stables, etc.. are substantially built or
hrirk. On Lot No. 9. is an Aitesian well, which!
furnishes an abundant supply of water. A njajj
of these lands may be seen at my office. Purcha
sers are requested to examine tho property. It.
is an elegant suburban residence, and, the1
grounds are -well adapted tor a aiarxct uanien,:
Wursery. etc. ....
TERMS. One-third of tho purchase money in
cash,-and the residue on credits of one and two
years, with interest from date. Notes required
with approved security and, a ,lien retained.
Sale free from redemption.
MOK-Ufl ii. JiUVt iiLL.
' Clerk and Master.
ANDERSON, JOnNSON A. SMITH, Agcnts.1
Bettle W. Lovell vs. Francis M. Murrell. ,
IN pursuance of a decree of the Chancery Court
at Nashville, tn nbove named case, I will sell
at tho courthouse, at aasnvuie, on
Sntartlay, December 29, 180G,
a lot on Snrinr street, in Edzcfield. described as
follows: Bceinnintr on Spring street, at the.
corner of a part of lot sold to Sam'l Sparkman,!
and running tnence along spring street towards
the White's Creek TumDike road. 40 feat to a
stone; thenco at right angeli from said street 113;
feet to the southern line of lot No;. 2, in Wet-:
more s plan oi cageneio: incncewun ram line
east 40 feet to Sparkman 's corner: thence rith(
Qna.lnn.ii'i Itm tn 111 KMrlnnlni '
TERMS: Six months credit, noto required.!
with two approved, seenrities, bearingtlnterest,
from day of sale, and a lien retained. Sal free
dom redemption. MOKTUN 13, 110 WLL,
decS-td Clerk and master.
Ellen Desha vs. Thomas Bnssell, et-'alsj
f PUSUANCE OF A DECREE OF THE
Chancery Court at Nashville in the above
named catue, I will cell at the Courthouse m
Satnrttay, December 29, 1SCC.
a tract of land containing 75 acres, on the waters
of Indian and Mill Creeks in the sixth Civil
District of Davidson connty, adjoining the
lands of Robt. Mayfield. John Briley. Tibitha
Y) ,1 J at- i-Kr TtiHlav sinH nt S Rjt tsi rtin 1 tf
description in Book No. SO, page 637, of the
Ketrtf tors o nice,
TERMS OF SALE-Six months rtdiL Note
required with two approved, seenrities, and a
lien retained. Sale free from redemption.
MUKlU.-i 11. HUH ItljU -
decS-td Clerk and Master.
S BSSPSCTFCLtT p(-nTpntt WHBSD3
and an persons visiting tna nty to
ami tu) oar Ooods
Clothlngr, Fnrnlshlngr Goods, Jewelry
Before porchating elsewhere. W' ir' ilUrmlosd
Id doss out. and guarantoo aatUbctloa In qasljty of
goods and pries of same. Wa hav a
FOUL SIOtlK TO SELECT KHOM,
And perso&s caa prepare for thsJldLIDAXa at
great saving by glvlnsr ns a calL . . ;
risfio-lm a Pnblic Square, KashrlUa, lean.
R&R, FALL TRADE
1 6 9
i ELECANT ASS0BTMENT OY EVKUV
thins ns"w ami dssiraLIo. tnr .ti E ..r
lsnnjurpas-4J,janj iu.-lisconnti). AUo.mv
YFAiYpr, SIIiK, aud.CIiOTII CLOAKS,
Splendid SUASVLS, "
Lace coo ,
white cogDs1;: :
OtOTES, ETC, ETCt .
III ihortf erery thinginour liivof Jmiiheabot-gt,.
rMUBin.ti (UpnJBJlUiaCUOn. ' .t "- - I'
Everythini We Sell M'ortbo' &js1.
And will alkays turn opt as frpnftntuJ. ,
" tt. V- KIKKI'A ' l-SfK,
No. B."i College strwl,
oet21-2m-sp JOI.I sUn J of It. O, McNJry i Co.
tXU't COWAN. " JAK.t,.' UlirHJW. ,. A. KANPLT
COWAN, BUADSHAW & tH).
.Kxelaiiva WlioksaU Dealnrs. In -
XOTIOSS; GLOVES, HOSIERY, ETC.
i. tin, ur(llntt r;.r. tnl. Sojunrr,
' .' J
XXI K IIAVE.1N STOKE A- WELL rASSOUTEn
I StOCk 6f eVOrTtlJnir fml,ri.V,l nmbr flu.
of. tlis above )lns of goods. Wo know (hat we can
maits ii 10 me inierent or the trade to bnj from as,
We Intlt ac Inspection o4" oor " ' '
'Sulenillil, ami Heavy block,
"Believing, ftoin long exp?rlu;e. tlifct wb know 'the
iraae, anj aro proparM to snpplylts wants.
sep3-3m , t
Wo; lO" Tfnion StrecK,
NASHVILLE - .. TENNESSEE
JJAVE ON HAND A FINE STOCK OF
TOIIN It. EVRRRTT AVI1 .TrtHV, i
J MURRA'i . who are carrying on the business
of . theibover firm, would respectfully call the
attention of their friends nnd of the public cene?
rally to thUstocic of NEW GOODS.
Mr. Everett and -Mr. Murray are, and always
have been, residents of Nashville or its vicinity;
and consequently aro identified in interest -with
me people wnose patronage tttcy solicit.
Their house is the same occupied by J. B,
Everett and IL R, Buchanan for tbe period of
lourteen years previous to tne war. a hey return
tb the business again, hoping to share the patron
age of a generous public To their old friends
and numerous customers they would say, "Come
and see as," believing thnt the satisfaction here
tofore given will be a sufficient guarantee for the
JL. II. Is A N I ER,
(f.ote of Lanier, Phillips & Co..)
Wholesale Grocer and Commission
SO- 30 NOIITJI MAItHEf NTRKnT,
- NASHVILLE. TENN.
T HAVE JUST RETURNED FROM NEW
J. lorkand iialtimoro. where I purchased
new stock of Groceries, and am now opening at
my old stand, No. 39 South Market street, where
I will be pleased to see my friends and the pub
lic generally. I shall endeavor to sell Groceries
at such prices that merchants will find it to their
interest to bnv in Nashville instead of coine
farther. Any business entrusted to me will meet
with prompt attention.
Tho following articles comprise a part of my
stock in store and receiving:
Choice P. R. Sugar, extra Demerara Suear.
Fair to Good Demerara Suear. Crushed and
Powdered Sugar, Cut Loaf Sugar, Ground and
Granulated Sugar, A, B and C Coffee Sugar,
(Stuart a xtra oyrnp. uooice, tuo uonec. la
guyra Coffee. Old Government Java Coffee,
choice Rice, Wheeling Nails, Bee Hive Syru;
Clear Sides. Uheese. Fenper. Kace Uinsrer. Soiee,
Fire Crackers, Star Candles, Soap, Concentrated
Lye, lndUjo, Aladder, uurkee a i:east i'awuerf
Ground Mn3tord. PccDer. Srice. etc.: and a
general stock of Liquors; Copper and Lead-
all ot wmcn win tie sold low to tne traae.
nov25Sm L. II. LANIER.
JOHN D. JAMES,
(Late of.ths firm of I'avne, James A Co..)
NO. G . SOUTH MARKET STREET
KOW K52CEIVINd A XAR0K LOT OP OBO,
cerles, consisting of Flour, Bacon, Sugar;
' Spocial attention given to the sal and shipment of
uotton ana oiner rroauce. ociu-k t
EeM0IN".& , WILLTAMSONi
Office No! 11 2sT. Cherry f?t, near Church;
R, 0: .BOX 375 NASHVILLE;
, pt,a.N9,. SPECIFICATIONS ANI ESTIMATES
L jBromotlr executed. .A varlotr of Drawinzs for
-Cottagfs.o'lllas, Hot Houses, Gardens, Parks, etc.;
.to solt.slt localities and
' , KxrssxxcEs:
John KttVmsn, Geo. S. Kinney, ll. IT. Thompson,
V. T; 'Berry, A. J. Duncan, Robert Thompson, and
MaW3 B: &wls. n T ly'
IIKRT J. JUIIiEY,
CtPKOTFICATlANS AND WORKING DRAW
O INQ3, made with or without superintendance
(Juice, at tbe Maxwell uouse.
JOBS OVKRTOK, J. J. MCOvlKS.
W. D. Fcltoj. E II.Kast.
AKER0YD & D0BS0N,
k. w. cob. cnuncn AND HIGH ST3.,
Nashville, ... Tennessee
PLANS, KIjEVATIONS, SE8TI0NS, FLLL
slied Detail Drawings and SpeclBcatlons, com-
pletsandratlra, (with or -without supsrintendenoe,)
For sveryclass of Ecclesiastical, Civil and DotnMtlcx
nj. 'Also, designers of
Menntncnts, Stained Glass, and Tolo-
I. II. AKER0YD
, K. DOBSON
FRENCH BUHR MILL
fILL SPINDLES. MILL MACuraERY,
Unit ilisr.llclstini; Screws. Smut Machines.
Beltiat and Boltini- Cloth. Screen Wire, Will
Picks. Plaster ofi-ans. always onhaotL'and made
to order, All work sold by me warrs nted. I also
contract tortus erection oi xiounne niun.
Corner of Caliche nnd Broad Street,
E0BEET L. CAEUTHEES, JEV
IS PERMA NENTLT SETTLED IN N ASII
VJI.LK. where no wui pursue tnepracuca
eXaTr- In all the Courts of the city. Office on
Collet' street, over the UanK or the union,
adjoining thi afiica of Cacts & Cooria.
03l MB 1 - ;
DOCTOR JOSEPH JONJES,
. . . ' (live or jtocosw, qiokou.)
f) ESPEC1FOLLY OFFERS IIlSPROFES
Xi( fioaat Mrvices to the eititens 6f Nashville.
t-Offiea at hi rtsldenee No, 7 North Vln street.
DEMOmiLE & C9.
Wholesale anil Retail
PAINTS, OILS,. .
1IJJ4 ARNISnF-PliTTY, i
DYESTDFFS, Etc Etc Etc
WE ARE NOW IN RECEIPT OF A LARGE
if and varied st5ck of FANCY GOODS of
xrvuen, angiisn ana American manulaetnracon
Lubin'i Extracts?FinS Soaps.
Hair. Tooth, and Nail Brushes,
Combs, Toilet Powder.
Pomades of almost every variety.
Also alar stock- tf Toilet "Sets, comprising
ituij-uto umereni patterns, ine unest assort
ment ever brought to the city.
V have n full tn.t nf T.n 1 nil T i..! n:i
Coal Oil, White Lead and Zincs. Turpentine, and
Window Glass, (all sires.) Colors in Oil ; which
we are onenns- on thA mnit rAimnnoKlA tmn.
, Brandies. Vinta, Whiskies, of he purest qual
ity for medicinal purposes.
A full stock of Cisan and Tobacco, of the best
; Coopers' Sheet and Shred Isinglass, Coxe's Gela
tinp ilavoni. Extracts. Spioes of all kinds; to
which the attention of housekeepers is at this
time particularly invited.;
O. f avll
TirE irJtVEREirOVED TO OCR NEW
And Spacious Warehouse, Marble Front,
North Side of Main street,
NEARLY OPPOSITE LOUISVILLE HOTEL,
ON'E DOOR BELprSTTRKCOBXro Of SIXTH,
Where wo have opened an entirely new stock of
uouus. anu wiunnertu laeiraue, togeiner wits
PRU6S AND MEDICINES
A varied assortment of
Druggists' "Fancy Gootls
Liquors'. Cigars, and Tobacco
Comprisins tho most complete assortment in
one house in this country. All or which we
shall offer at manufacturers', and less than manu
usturers' prices. mawi aiy
B. S. HAMltTOV.
JamilS R. QnEErc'.
Late James R. Qreen & Co,
B. S. HAMILTON & 6EEEN
NO. 25 CHURCH STREET,
A RE NOW RECEIVING, . IN ADDITION
J. to their present stock, per steamer Havana,
75 bass Coffee, all grades;
75 hogsheads Sugar;
w iwuvu wuva Kjugwt ,
20 barrels Crushed and Powdered Sugar
a) barrels Uranulated sugar; -.
200 barrels choice Flour;
SO K barrels Nos. 1, 2 and 3 "Mackerel :
100 kits do. do. do.
5 drums Codfish; . ...- .,.
0 boxes Herrines?.-
20 cases Indigo and Madder ;
10 hnn Penner and Snip)
100 dozen Buckets and Washlioards ; .
75 boxes uneese;
60 kegs English Soda ; c
23 boxos English So-dS; ' lS v V
200 boxes Star andrallow Candles r '
100 boxes Soap ; , ,
20 kegs Syrup, very eh oice ;
100 reams Paper;
50 boxes and half boxes Rauins.r
FIRE CRACKEBa AS It .TORPEDOES)
100 boxes Fire Crackers ;
10 boxes Torpedoes
Snuff, Oysters. SardinesCanned Fruits, Brandy
Teaches, fine Apples, nutmegs, uioves, litngcr.
Flasks, Jars, Brooms, "Pepper Sauce," Tomato
Catsup, JellleT, etc., etc.
We also invite attention to our large stock of
Robertson and Bourbon WliUUlcs,
Old Port, Sherry and Madeira Wines, -Cham
pagne. Iirnndie?, Itnm, Um, and the celebrated
CROW WI1ISK.Y." .
Wo are constantly replenishing our stock, and
are determined to sell ns low as any house in the
city fot UAH 11.
II. 8. HAM1I.TOY A GREEV.
nov23-tiU,nl - ,
Sheriff' Saiei ' "
T Y VIRTUE OF A.FI, FAiTO ME DIRECT
JDed anddeliveredTfrora tffe Circuit Ceurt of
uariason county, ienn.; i win expose to puono
sale, to the highest bidder, for cash, at tbe Court
House door in the city of Nashville, on SAT
UBDAx, the zzt aay oi uecemoer, I8r, an tne.
right, title, claim, interest and estate which
Jason il. Austin has in the following described
tract or parcel of land, "bounded as fallows : On
the north by Wm. H. llogan's and George Rich
ards', on the west by Airs. Young's and Danal
Clark's, on the eonth by J. Roacbe's heirs, on
tho east by James Halloway and Mrs. Wright-
ISO ACRES, : more, or less; being tbe land
on which the said Jason II. Austin, now liyes,
levied on as the property of said Austin, to sat
isfy said execution in my hands for collection
against J arses II. Charlton, Jason H. Austin,
and Ubomas A. Harris, in lavor oi ueorge tusti-
ards November 8,1500.
By Jno. II. Rprk, Special Deputy.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL -FANCY
No. 14 IVortn t'.lirrry Street,
NASIIVIL.I.K - - TKIfSKSSltE.
PANIOUFINI fc KIVA,
KEKP. CON-jTASTLV OS HARD A UUtQE
and comntt-te usortmnt of verythlna- tii
their Itn ot ibrf
VKttX BEST QUALITY.
of EI.c and. Qonuin
. Italian and
WINKS AN .I.muohs,
I . V v ( i. CHi vttX. Also, oo hand, the best
. tHIKWiMl TOBAfiGO. IjIMy
A A K l.
HAViNOSOLDTOMKtans.oan bbos. our.
tu-lr nf OrocarlM. Llanors. tc.. hre take tIa-
sare In rscommsndlng thsnx ' td our friends and cus
tomers as every way worthy of thatreoofldcBC and
patronage. 8TBATTON,CBKNEy KOJf.
Agents far the sal ot LAUBEb Hlbb
IN OS, Hop IlUIs and KUbisnd aianoucianitg.
Company's COTTOX rABN3ftc,
S. E. Corner Market and Broad Sts.,
N as n Til IK,
Dave r-opfBd In the alMvTspscJ&ns Warehouss
iv,. s.i. mUrml faftlitliS' tsz ti stoiac.
and sale of: CotUs andiProlace generally, andliav-las-,
la addition to receat beary purciises tn Eastern
markets, tiouglit the txteaslva. atockrof SJes r.
Stratten, Cheney Bejton most ftvorabb trrau,
they artprepareJlo otter to the trad tsnusoal 1b
ducements la ' -
STAPLE AND FANCY GRQCEEIE,
Oam lOTfrsVln'CsTrtft' InSrcrt to call.
Orders accompaaUyl with tiw.wIJ-tpronipr
attentten. . " ' """"im.
'octH-Sm4 . !
s. . OM,' Oil OI CEj
Allrs of NnnhvlUM
THE UNDERSIGNED OFFERS FOE, SALE
s.OOO.Acres .of the Tract of Land on which
he resides, it is susceptible of - convenient dm
sion, is exceedingly rich, and is especially
Adapted to Grasses. One-half of thefract
U now in luxuriant grass, ine balancajn timber,
which, by the aid of theNorthwestern Railroad,
which passes through it, could bo sold, in Nash
ville for more than the whole land would cost.
ii yon aesira one or tho Dft stocb Farms
ever offered for sale in Davidson county-, apply1
aiuucB. x nui ucicrmnotl to sell
I offer, aho, a large number of TTioroiisli
bred StocU several fine Stallions fronf four
utfxx years old, a lew .Mares, and a number of
ona and two year old Calls some ef them jn
fico condition to be trained the next seaston.
If the Stallions are not .sold soon, they will la
farmed on favorable terms.
I also offer for sale a pair of Tlioronsht
bred Gelding, well matched and broke to
Harness. "iV. a. JIAKDrSfG.
December 6, lSCfl. tf
The Louisville Courier, Augusta Censtitation
aiist, axoDiie AQTertuer aaa register, copy
the amount of S3) and forward hills to this OS
Great Cliaficery Sale
Gen. W. Barrow's Houses and Lots.
pursuance. xp decrees of the
Chanecry;Court in the eonselldated cases of
ti. ftennncK ana otnen w itarroir r trill
sen. at puDiicnuoiion, on ine premises, on
Tliursilnyv December 271S00,
the three Hoe dwelling houses an Cherrri itreet
at and near the corner of Gay street. These
hAttses are well built, conveniently located" for
businessmen, nnd each hotue contains six good
rooms, DeHties aitcaen, servants rooms, etc
ALSO, the three small dwelling houses In th
rear of the above, on Gar street. Each of thesa
houses contains six rooms; and is well ?uitei for
a small family.
ALSO, the vacant property on tha corner of
bummer and Lino streets. "This broperty will
be divided into six lots four on Summer street
and two-on Line street. Two of the Summer
street lots front each 35Kfcet, and run hack 13
feet. The other two" front each 35' feet, and run
back 175 feet. The lots on Line street front 23
reet eaca, and run back 71 feet.
THE TERMS of sale of all this property will
be dnS-fourth cash, nnd tho residue on credits
at six-, twelve, etanteen and twenty-four month.
with interest frsm day of sale. 2iotea reauired
with personal Securiti and lien retained. Sal
free from redemption; ' .M.U. HOWELL,
. tfecCtd - 0.4 Mi
TY VIRTUE OF A DECREE OF THEJIon
I nrahln Chancerv Court at Columbia. Ten
nessee, at the September Term'thereof 1SC8, in the
case of -J, O. Chnrcb vs. James AI. Harwell. I
will proceed to sell to the highest bidder at thq
Court-house in the town of Columbia, on gatur-t
22(1 Day of'Dcceniber iiext
That vatiialtle property known as the
Methodist School Property
Situated In the thwnnf Columbia, Mauryscoantr,
lennessee. containing about seven acresoi land,
upon whtou there is a
Anil other imnrovements. will suited for School
purposes; and the same will be sold on a credit of
one, twt nnd three years, with interest from dato
Except the sum or So 0 in cosu. lue nurcnasei
rMmrnl ta nTecnlei nntnwith annrovea securiti
and a lien retained for tho purchase money, and
will be sold tree tram riant ot redemption,
noll'td J. L. WILLIAMS. C.and AI,
; EXECUTOR'S SALE
REAL E S T AT E
WILL BE SOLD TO THE HIGHEST Blpj
DER upon the premises, on
Saturday, December 15, i860,
That valuable Tract ef Land oo which the lata
Nelson Lavender resided, situated on the head
waters orRntherford's creek, near the village of
, ; B E T II E S D A,
Twelfth Civil District, Williamson county. Ten
neesee. containing about
A bont one-half in cultivation, the other half well
timbered; a good frame D welling House, and all
neressarv ant-housea: nine never-fallins snrinrsi
''both' free and limestone water. This is one of the
-.most desirable rami) In middle Tennessee, and is
well worthy the attentionof those wishing a good
and Wealthy homo. 1
Terms, one-third each in three annual fay'
ments, from April 1st, 1887, notes with, tiro ap
proved securities, bearing interest at 8 per cent,
per annm, and a lean retained uptil the pnrcbase
money is paid. Possession given the 1st January
next. W. D. LAVENDER.
Thompson's Station, Tennessee,
novll lm !
SMITH, PARKES &SBRK
COTXO AND TOBACCO
TAdTO R $t. i
CpmmissidnT " iMercliants.
No. 5 Kouth Market Street,
A. u suiTU. Logan Ofiunty. Kentucky.
TH03. rARKES. late W. J. A T. Parkes.
x. a. stxbc, Tuscaloosa, Alabama.
HAVING TAKES' THE ABOVE WARE-
Commission Business, and will keep constantly,
uu uaau a largo supi'iy ut
II A V,
GRAIN', Xlc, Etc.
For (he Trade at LOW PRICKS.
-JV'asliville Cotton -Markei.
Itis a renarallr admiltetl fast that tha elan now
adopted in Tobftcco sales of seffiae at ArrJTrrnv.
reserving the privilege of rcjectingjhebest bid if)
not sausiaetory 10 me x-ianier, nas given more
satistactlan, and uruwriuly caused frodaoe to
Sell Hifjher than Any Other Method,
antt belletlhg that IhtswDI prove equally ns sat is -
raetory ltf uetton as Tobacco, Alesert. Smith,
concluded to adopt this plan. .
ITS A DVA"Sf TAfl es ARE NDSIEROrS.
It draws together all the bnVers la this and
many other, market, the oompetltlon between
whom iniurc-y'tho hlhest market pries fof each
bala offered Each bale i before the buyer, so
that he ean see its ooaditieo, with a-sample fully
urawo, sauw-ias; iu uuur.
43 The owner either in rersen, or through
his agent, has therizht t ruet the sale when
the prioo if not satisfaatory.ua
These advantages are secured to tbe Planter
with the same expeaseof selling as under the old
system. The universal satnaotion given te all
wbohave ever tested thU system is proof that this
U iar exeellenee the bent thaLean be had.
the Uu lid lug of
of the t'nlon.
i i r. l.
ni8 OOMPANY, ESTABLIdllED IK 1SH
insurH BalMssn. Vessels, in pert. Usrthan,,
dlM, Hotisrlteld Fdrailare, and" etMr preperty, oo
ine most liberal terras, sire, Martae, aaa iniaaa
rijrj UXpo at Icwwt rt. .s . ... .
'ear Kossm'nb-Tilly a4fwf and prtfewyfald ty
It. 0. McKrar, Jxxim Wooes,
Jno. KiaxMxx, M. Btrsjs, . .
ft E. Hrfexls, Jx.H.Ewt,
W, U. Etsbi, Usiist TaenKaw,
Ilcflir M'fan, lit. P. Ituim.
a. c, Jicaauix, rrssusnu
E. D. HIOKS, Seeretary.
lumber !' LumVerl '
lour, last rrsMredAditeulvbr ' , - .
Mar iii e and F ir e
Undar'tha.nsw charter, is now opea for bu
AT HO.' ii NdRTH COLLEGE irRf.'
.Next door to ccraer pfj Bnum street.
JOSEPIt' W.ALJXJr," PrMl.Ie.ii.
A. W. BtrrXEIt, Recretnry.
John JL mil. Watson AI. Cook e.
C. A. R. ThompsBtv. D. Weaver,
Daniel F. Carter. J6hn B. Johnson.
Samuel Vanleer, J8m W.Terrasa.
R. B. Cheatham, . A. G. Adams,
, , . Jotepn W. Allen,
dec-r ly - -,
Joseph 0. Eye,'
GENERAL COLLECTING AGENT,
Office, Martin A Pickard, East Side Publlo
Square, Columbia, Tennesae.
TS PREPARED TO MAKT? ATVA WITU.t TV
X Cotton and Ship to the most reliable .Commis
sion Houses ia New York. Cincinnati. New Or
leans, and Nashville. Orders for COTTON, or
other Prod oeo will receive prompt attention.
'Collections made, and proceeds remitted
Important to Travelers and Shippers
LOIUSYIIXE AND THE EAST
. . , . THE
A. T L'A. 1ST T I C
GREAT- WESTERN RAILWAY
is now la fall and successful op-wstion
from, Cincinnati to Kew York JSoslon,
And is the only direct route to the
Oil Regions of "Pennsylvania.
uonnecuons axe made with
JeQbrsonrllle and Ohio and Mlssissinni Railroad.
via Seymour. Jefferjonville and Indianapolis and
uoi. nraiirooa, na urnana: uouirviue anu lex-
cinnati : U. 2s. Mail LlnSteamers via Cincinnati.
Tiro Tbroncli Trnlns Dnllr.
Passengers by tho Brood Qauge Railway secure
wide ana comiortaoie cars, qutca time, ana sure
Throurh Tickets and Baggage Checks can be
procured at all the principal Itailroad and Steam
boat officers in Loalsvllle and the South.
u. AleliAREN, OenTl Bap'U
E. F. FULLER. Qen'l Ticket Artent. . .
I. D.'CoLl.Paaianger Agent, )No.25 Fourth jtroet
wtf.uoLLiEa, irreignt Ag nt, j Jjouuviiie.'iiy.
marl 1 -It : -
YALVABLE I A A' D S
FIVE 1IDNDRED ACKES, I.YISO
on Duck river, in Hickman county. Tennes
eee, about One Hundred and Twenty-fire acres
cleared, balance well timbered. The whole ad-mlrablj-
adopted te the culture of Cotton Corn, etc.
1,200 Acre, Flnoly TIuibeteI, Tennessee
bottom Lands, about twenty mile ab&re John
sonville. Apply to. or address
nov2d Im Nashville, Tennessee.
First class ftpte Paper at 81 OO per ream.
First class letter. Paper. at' W per ream.
First class Foolscap Paper, at $1 00 per ream.
Tint class Legal Cap Paper, at SS 00 per ream.
French Noto Paper. In Kream boxes. 11 00 pe
ream. WM, GAMBLE tt CO-
novao-tf . 25 Cherry tret
a r rr(
iU.UUU boxesat 3) cents per 100,
Ttnit Freneli coDTintrTnk. fournle.1 11 25
Beet French copj ing Ink, purple, at 76 pt;
Best Illock Ink, at SOc. pU boU
Arnold', ink,. . PtW .n-i Sox.
nov20 tf 20 Cherry street.
ENVELOPES; at'lfanufacturera . Poieji.tTMiJ
portatlon "only added." a largo stock'-ora
Mies And qualities. -
, WM. OAMBLE.A CO-
nov20-tf , 35 Cage street
FOB SAIiE. .
rpHE LARGEST STOCK OF BLANK BOOKS
L in the city. Medical Books, and all kinds oi
Stationery, at prices lower than any old stoecit
?f . 1 WM. () AMBLE A CU-
20 uncrry street.
OJ doc. Calf Poeket'Bookx. at S fid per dos,
33 doi. Moroco Pocket Books at 44 perdoi.
CS dox. Maroco Pocket Books, at $6 00 per dc
400 Photograph Albums, 15 picture at 0 cents.
11)0 rross Esterbrook's Steel Pens, at 75c. jr. gTO
WM, U AMI! Lis & COi
nov20 f. , t IB Cherry street
rpHB SPLENjjn) PROPERTY ON TENNB3-
X rJJta tilVittt Known as me
Txm Island Plantation
Bnt,i1nlBr SIX HTINDRED AND FORTT
ACRES, of which about two huddred, acres are
eleared and. in cultivation, four hundred acres
ar nn lha t.l.ml in th Tannessee river, over
which the Nashville and Chattanooga Kallread
tpajsraa. About sixty acres are on the north tide
nr fha rient ani inciniTinrB)rcfl ni ins ub3L uuiiu
Inz sites in the town of Bridgeport. The soil is of
tbe very richest quality efrivtr bottom land, and
will' produce in great abundance, Cotton. Grain
and Grass. ThU property must ultimately become
.of great value. It will be sold for Cash, orott
'aceommedatlnr terms, oriurtner iniormarH,
apply to .
ANDERSON- JOHNSON A SMITH
Real Estate Agents. Nashville.
Tennessee. " inovil--tr
jab. t. nor,
V. ti. ULVISDt.
Pace, Lavender & Harper,
Cotton and Tobacco Factors.
General Commission merchants,
,. - .
An. aot'ulon Mtrel,-r ' - '
Has permanently 1-Neted at
NO. 13 WORTH CIIKRBT KTRHET.
He has just received from New York' one of th
finest STOCKS OV GOODS ever broa'xht (o th,
B. t. WC8T.
Lewis, Comingore & West,
NO 3! PEBDIDO 8THEET.
And No. 3 West Thirdstrtet,
W. AV PEEBLES
TJT-A6 TIIK HONOR TO' IN- i
JlLfOKM hU old Meads and -.KTA
toKe..tnsr at . flrAAil Anil VMnt.n.
Bon A PrxsLM rfd-i,ffie&shvil,Te-aa.
uvii J . . '
Jas. A. MoOlure,
33 Union Street,'
And WholewOe a4 RetaJ) Dealer la
A FuLu i
FULL 6UPLT (WTANTLYON.nANl
Steiaway ST Stmt, J. B. Dmlsda, SleMeler A
SehtSRlttf sad A. II. Qaie A On. TWetaer wilt
other makers of note, at prise, Mtae aa New
rV, frota $SP0 W JlJJBO. Carahart. Needaazi i
vp.. ana iea. i. rintts eeieBrateii Unas, ana
SlelodenJ. sold at FaeW Priee. wW All war
Mine Wisfi ihi and Ukm MiMie Hmc
tn the sjeuatry.'tiwebaeers ean Awti Sad the
largess hook te aeteet area.
Orders. BUedwtta Proa:Mae. aod satisfaetiea
k -Mr. S. I1AIIN. the weit-bBAwn Orgsn
and Piano Tuner, a ad Repairer seagsatd by
me. UepalriDg sf all kinds ef Moleal irHtru-
mente, dftne at my iMtsse. at msMgilt ntes.
ectH-iSBi ' '
ibisiif anee Agency,
FAKNSWORTH & CLA'EK,
and Union St.
Hurl ford InHnranoc Co.,
Caah Asaetfi t.ipfrlSO 69
Arctic Insurance Company
Aeis T.ll..Sl&JWd 00
A'ortH American Inurance Co.
Cash Aescta ....:....a?7l,i 57
Columbia Insurance Co.
Cash Capital 400,000 00
Continental Insurance Co.
Cash Assel.....w.-.i A.$l,Mllt 00
Seeurity Iiiuijiincct .CQuiimny
or xasj tmuo ,
cash Arwt iacm 62
XortliTTCMtcrh Tjif Iitsunmeo
Cah asm :r...T. $r,!0tBW 00
I OSSKli fRt)drot.Y ADJUSsTHD AND
lj pakl at this eflfee. .Uriae asd fe Kitfea ot
alt elasscs aceepted at rates graduated' tae hex
, WeoCer amedtMa of salt aadaralMikM in
dsmaity seeend to ihhm.
Jff y-ifa poUeies at LOWfWT RATHBniOi no
restrictions aa to travel or latitude.
Jcflcrfion, St:, North NhhIi vllle,
ARE PREPARED TO TAKE (KMCTRACTS,
for all werk la their tine at the MWwiog
named prices :
For rubbed or drove SSI Is of 9tW, per su
perficial foet m$I S3
For bush hammered werk, da 1 oo
For I'lsgirmg, da .'' 73
For Curbing po -rtwrnac kH .1 OO
, vleV-rtm . ...
A. IIAM3QLTOX & CO.,
Cotton and Tobabco Eaotors,
, -' . .. t v.lt
... 3 OD H AjIV O? S j
., . ' .. . , -
Market StrcoVr .-TNnsliTllle.
OWE UN'DERSIGXBD HAVINO -TAKEN
JL .the aheve WateksNJe. will parellaie -and
felt Cotton, To bn see . Baeoa , X ard, or aax ather
Produeei'oa Cemsabilea. Plasters' farfag us
w ith their bosiaeee may rely ee getting the high
est market price tor their Frerfttee. , Oar jVartes
will be as low a awy b'ltue in the1 eity. ShoaUl
our pU friend-) fax or us wi4h urderi sr Gfseeries.
they may rely en barlntrgeodi paremsed at the
lowestmarkst Pfiss, WttwUI give ear atteation
to goods fsrwarded Ui us from otaMieities. ip
per may' rely oa 8en-hrtheir coeds Arwarded
Ptimptly Vy the ftrrt traia r beat after Istetr ar
rival. Ottotlia is en Market street, wbeee. tie
by thMelateVeelSd. '
. Hoping fer a-ahare ef psbHe atreawge. we-eab
Wo reripeetfUly Mtf4te to rer'iM Irieads
our sneeeesers ia hnsjnsea, Maa .MeOeXA c-Ce.
who eoatiaite the Commessiun lnuineie at oar
stnnd, N. dri South Market Street. 4
Oar own efitfe is X. JA QstUge (treat, it We
we hope all partie wha ae lodthlsd ltsa.wlM et
onee en ft sadpai Meir miiMnte sewtltiv ami sdl
nartfM vm hava ur nintmt (inslisf lis triii m
sent Ohm forpafsit, M.nmfVm n? oar
basieem at an eerly- ' .
HxarrsHt j. rwST
M IBI!KV STriTTOS.
STRATTON. CH EN EY-&?ft
O T O T S ,
Xo; 11 Broml fit, Xn,mim
HAVINO SOLD OUK BNTIRKSTOCk' OF
Gr-sawiM to iiwuiVH AJNo't. w w4W m
jffss mA selt
ALL " KINDS OF PRODUCE
. rvrrrkBLT ox COMMISSION.
Planfer auy reiy.iaer best ea"srls teobtia
the HICaiEST XAXIIX RATIW for
their Predaee, A-sdetwaMeariHsnds fartrns
with urdem for Greeeriae, taeriaerTeet aamed
of having gee4s pareWed at Ike tOWBST
Having ese ef the UnreH warebeaets) ha tke
eUy. our fiuUMes for tbe NTOR-lOB or
COTTOX AXI TOIJAtX'O iwwjNWMslkr
aay heose ia the Sot4k, We We 4.sM kfer
on hand a Isfze tepfOy of nAf.'GI.W .VJV D
ROPE, and semaj ki4a of IKOX.mtN,
which we offer oaaaoet reiMMijhls raj
tne triii mnueiHernaiier or ervus
and ForvtartUng; OooiU4' n 'Hpcqwtty
onr baalnet, s4 atf ffriTiifeMMrTiiiST tu
n fer Kn .Shipment ninbreaC BieuHip-
at the WtHifer Destss. Mosueir NMt2il
JJbcrnI Atlraneeas rnnUc renKCsu-