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ITIIEsaXOitVILl,E' DAIstx UNION
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I darPartoat new. ted: from any
era letters fraaj the various counties
W-JMfflHlWraialluiit tboaM be adureseeel to
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I3DXE5DAY, DECEXnCtt'10. 1806.
For the Vulva and Diipateh.
H El. vast. Tenx.. Dec 14. lSGfi. A. re-
collection 6f tkc last and fnraoiw charge of
ine isxa brigade, ana more especially
Ui'l.of Ike "8fli Texas," mentioned .florae
weets ago, jggoM to the mind the name
ofMsjerQcnral Wfi'arW. He'awiumed
emmaiKl e( oar brigade nt Bard irt awn,
Kentiioky,' in 1862, and continued to lead
our colamn until thenprinfr of 1804, when
ne was ttanererrMlo'tlic West. His ia
iBentableMeaih A the" hands of Colonel
Baylor iayst-fresh in tho inind of all. and
, yet .we oannat jkwh over our old 'obiiitmtnder
without a Mrtthg notice! Wmrt6n was
emphatically the type of what was once
known in the Seuth a 'cUivaly '' He
' traetiit 'etwe tlie abourarlih6a''toant the
bold dueling cavalier and the ugacioua,
oool, intrepia oflBoer. liut few men could
ride a heron ac wall aa hp lmt four wa
njoreiontertalningaBioag the Fadiw, tlfoni'
x owieve, not ru a generate tiling, a. ceeKer
after their nociety. He was lond of hone
racing and a "lover of the dances, anfl
yet feat few- men osm lc found who
were more temperate. Once our regirdent
had been on the front, near Mnrfreosbero,
after the battle of Stone' River, and to-
turning late one eehl rainy night to camp,
we halted in front of the General' quartern,
at Ransom', to deliver our report. The
Colonel. (15. S.J entered the room and va9
presented to a canteen of wlri&kw In con
sideration of the very inclement weather,
ami probably net wishing to attend 11 h
tMef thBidcr&! Stiirat, as he tap
ped the Colonel on the jdioulder.
"I'm very well aware of that, (iencral"
was blandly answered by our amiable Co
lonel, who never allowed himself to be ex
celled, either en the field or in tb, encamp.
I liavW thai "Wharton wai the, leinbodi
m on t otohivalry. Thorn: wlio eaw bim at
Sbileh,, JVrry vile, Stpnts's Jtiver and
Chickaraaug'a know well what a darinjr
leader he was, when the clashing steel,
the deep intonations of cannon, anrj the
confused din and thunder of the charging
saaUronSj Oalled upon him Ito'leflil.b'is old
brigade to the onset. Iir many particulars
he resembled the great cavalry Ieaaer of
Virginia, J. E. U. BtuarL I
With a ilent benediction to the retnaiiw
of our old General, we tuni again Co our
youthful Varriers who marched"under liim
and others to a glorious grave. In our last
we noted an instance or two of noble dar
ing on the part of the youths of our&eun
try, and wliile we know that thousands of
just Midi .instances oati be given, wrjonly
allude to these as having conic under our
own observation, and to the end tlfat all
may know who are the deserving and true
On the 3d of October, 1804, was fought the
'battle of Saltville, Va. Gen. J. f Wil
liam alias "Cerro Gordo" commanded
the Confederate forces. Here, for th jGrst
time, wc fought face to face against the
negrennd here - we drove them from, the
field, after . a hard and unequal contest.
Private Jack Carder, Co. "F," was fighting
valiantly in the front line, when., in twist
ing at the knife's jKiint, a charge bf the
black regiment, he. was struck gvbt the
head by a breach of a gun, in the hands of
a negro, and diefl 'a day or bo afterward.
The blaek fell instantly at the bands
of one of Jack's friend. Private J.
S. Yarbrough, Company "A," was caught
very rudolv by the back of tho head? by a
stalwart ''boy in blug," and unceremoni
ously called upon to surrender. .'Yar
brough not recognizing thk "officer," of
ostiug an unusual amount of courage,
declined the proposition, and a st niggle
for life ensued among the bushes and briars.
Tho Federal fell, shot through the bo'dy by
a ball from Y.'s carbine, and Ihe unpre
tending trooper brought off the armsjof hia
no less valiant foe as a trophy. Both these
youngboya were under the age prescribed
for military .ncrvicc at the beginning of the
war, and yet they fought in the very front
rank, and la the very embrace, or death.
TToBle youths! The grass will grow green
above your hastily made graves, and your
valor, second to none, will be forgotten by
many of your countrymen. Yet a few who
witnessed your daring, will not forget your
many virtues. The historian will write of
Genorale, campaigns, battles and sieger; be ;
1t our humble privilege to relate your ex
ploits and preserve yotir name if but fur a
time. Your names may appear atnqpg the
"unknown," but you will not noon be for
gotten by thoeo who stood wde by side with
i in tho bloody van of battle. mm
XEW 1ATEXT STONE.
Frem the Cinwnnati Commercial.
We had yesterday an opportunity of
witnessing one of the interesting marvels
of modern defence the almost instantane
ous prbUu'olion of stone; hard, ringiug, in
soluble stone, from the common sand
abounding in this neighborhood. ' This
artificial atone is produced, by what is
known in England as'th'dltaiiiOme process,
arid is the" result t)f more than .twenty years
of constant experiment on thejpart vf Uie
inventor. Clean, dry sand -of anycotyr or
quality, is thejnaterial employed? lh6olor
and quality or the resulting etono eiictly
corrcsnoniJing with the eand employed,
The sand is first' mixed with silicate oil
soda, or about the coneisteaajr-.pt pianey..
with a lew minutes Ktieamng .in, a, pug
mill, every grain of sand is coatewtha
viscid cement. It is then wckilded' toianv
desirable form, plain or artistic. ,31ieju3a-:
terial being then turned from ther mau
there is poured, oyer.it chloride gtpyilclumj
which permeates the mass, without in; the
least .-changing 'liM form, effecting &l thM
same time a chemical tranafonnation of
1 . 1 J-l 'l. L?..ilR,1 I
elements, as wonncniu a ii is oesuuiui.
The silicate of soda beconita ah lriflollible
silicate of lime, at tho Bamelime that the
chloride of calcium becomes a chloride bt
sodium, or common salt, which being solu
ble is readily wat-hed away. Every grain-1
of sand is thus cemented to its surrounding
particles with an inwjluble cement, as hard
andleriUunn'g Jin glalp, ahd the result is n
natural, rather than an artificial stone, un
allected byT Water, arid or frost.
The cost of this patenled stone is said to
bo less than enjtwitjff sand-stone of good
grit, or HmStbrie'Swttnight into shapes
while its transverse strength, its powcrof
rcsistancehd'axlhesien have, by very elab
nratecxperiments, been proved to be greater
than' that of the best stone employed Upon
the principal arehiteetural structures in
England. A Baltimore ottmjwny, We, un
derstand, has purohased the right to manu
facture this artificial etonc, or concrete, iu
the United States, and the .specimens, we
have seen attcrt the fact that .a new element
of exceeding utility and ltoauty is watting
to be introduced.
TIIK KimilATT CAXAllll.
The New York IltrttlH of the lltk jint.,
in an editorial on thp arret! of Surratt and
the Conover ease, saym r '
"It is tree tliat we have it aavrthi ly a
Montreal paper, on the alleged authbrity
of the person who gave the information
which'lcd to the arrest of Stirratt, that the
prisoner slated to him that the murder of
Mr, Lincoln. Atas plauned in ; lUchinonil,'
and that it had the assent of Mr. Livi.
This wc entire v disbelieve. In
place it is not likely that Surratt would
make any ceafeawen in regard te the mat
ter until he knew it could be made condu
cive to his safety; and in Uie next, tho me
dium through which tho story reaches Ms is
not a reliable oae. All rumors of this kind
should be ved fer the present with
great caution. It must be remembered tint
those who have special causes of hostility
againtMr. Daycare intefetel, iiy cjreu
latjhg them, ami that in Mantrjtal especi
ally he lias Mmie bitter ienHual enemies.
Agaiixt flueli ctatenieaM we shoild ual'snce
the fae( that flic rnogf rigitl inyestigaiion
by the government ha hitherto faitcH to
bring'heme to him any eoniiivance with
Senator vTiiioli'' opjKwea the reading
and writing qualification for snQragtL on
the ground that great misohiuf has Jteen
done by the most intelligent and h&hly
eftneateU men. Weiad flrphl that the
Senator ruilit he a warm admirer of medi
ocrity, bst haietly rpec:el him toAmnxH)
prints ijmrici, me wigwam at the earner
of STnUi street ail the avenue pegjitita:
be dedicated al prafitel s a temple of
ignonsBee, and a4npneu with a full, ltrngth
statue of the Senator freei MasMcliBscttv
r tspHrawj oikwihi new, sairfltedilrom any :. ,. r - - .
'?l?UKeT" letter. ftM) the varies counties I ,V"j?sf is16-' ii r .j 'V ',1' - - i- ,--T,,.t .
trie Ph:v ot his own Male by irrfging lMlTjlot'B'uotir fc-eHwQtiJd say that before
absolute Sgwsnirtec. I'nquaHfiH wlfrageJtfae war he .oppoyl secession : during the
having been grantwl to tlie colorwl
T,bj!f3llowing iexj;racted from General
Basil. Duke'a fortbeoming history of Qcn.
" In the vicinity of Uii place we saw, in
IbetiHef time we remained, more active
and business-like bushwhacking than ever
before in iOur -entire service. Ihe bills
along the road seemed alive with them, and
from behind every fourth or fifth tree, ap
parently, they were blazing away ai tuu
Every Southern reader will understand at
once whatjart of individual jb meant by a
' boffhwhacker' IhatTie is "H gentlemah of
leisure, who Jives is a wild and, generally.
a mountainous country, doea not join the
army, butsboots, from the tons or hills or
Xrom behind trees' and rocks, at those who
are so UBriBate at to difiec with him in
politics. It is his -wav of expressing his
" Hi style f fighting is very similar to
thaWf 'the Outlying scouts of partisan ca
va,lry; uicept that he esteems it a wcalusefB
and an unneceasary ineonvenience to take
prisoners, and generally kills his captives,
ametiroee, and especially toward the lat
ter part of the war, those fellows would,
band together in considerable numbers,
.make certain portions of the country im,
paeeiuji-j.eitupi loijirofig uefacnmenis, ana
even undertake) expeditions into neighbor
yiire were Inion busliwhackers' and
outherrT bnhwkactiers -TnKentucky,
the former were -more numerous. 'It is a
gratifying reflection to t-se the language
'whacUefsand jruerrillas are confounded to
gether an eggrceious error in classifica
tion. Jt is probable that the bushwhacker
oi tins country wouiq answer. exactly to
the guerrilla of titirepean warfare: but the
guerrilln of North America is, or rather
was, (tor happily he is almost it not quite
entirely extinct), an animal entirely dis
tinct from either.
"bormerlyj; the (Northern pres styled all
the Southern cavalry iruerrillas. -because
they traveled about die country freelf. and
gave their enemies, some trouble. This,
however, was when the Federal cavalrv
used to still rlde-witb pillows on their sad-'
uic. were put to oea caretuiiy every nignt
bj the General commanding, and encamped
on-the march in the.midstof infantry regi
ments, writf werfe instructed to see that their
horses did not hurt them, etc "When the
hardy, Joshing regiments of the latter part
of the war after, indeed, th(5 first eighteen
months began'to do real service, the .North
ern writers found that thev would be called
to record as cavalry operations the very
kind of affairs which they had been accus-.
lomed toch'r6nTsle sa& guerrilla irregulari
ties. ' i
"A cuerrilla was, properly speaKng. a
man who had belonged to some army, and
had deserted and gone to making war on
his private account. He was necessarily a
marauder, sometimes spared his former
ncntl, -ana waif much- -admired' by weak
young wmen who were ailiictediwith a
tendency .toward shoddy romance.
"On tins inarch through Casey county,
the bushwhackers were unusually officious.
Thadvrice guard.'whlthifor somejf reason
had gone on some distance in trout reached
Liberty about two hohra before tlie column.
and during that time were fairly besieged
in the place. Colonel Morgan himself
made a narrow escape.
"One lellow, more darinc than the
others, had.coroc.down from the hills, and
ha'd approached within seventy 'yards si
the road. He fired at Morgan, mis;iog,
him, but wounding a little negro boy, his
servant, who was riding by his side, re
ceiving some order. The man who fired at
once ran back to the, hill, followed by one
or two of our fellows from the head 6f tho
column. He was killed by a private, af
terward Captain ThBmas'Franks, who made
an excellent shot, hitting the bushwhacker
in the head, while he was trunnin; at top
speed, and Franks himself was going at a.
(novrjir,vr to dihfraxciIise ke.
Jfl.L" IX lLLIKUIS.
Encampment No. 130, G. A. K., Green-
I'Tt t V It T Tlw 111 TTl.rt fnllMciim tii
amblo anaijstions'.were submitted by
tlieTOmrntte"oTi resolutions, and unani
mously adopted : . t ,j
"Vhceas, Many 'pereon's ciJm'ihg1 from
States lately in rebellion ngaintthe United
States, and who have taken an oath of al
legiance to another government, and 'who
have risked their lives in its deferfse, and
JailejLoniyfqr want, of means and power,
Tnd who under tlie laws of thls'State, at
tain to all tlie rights of citizenship, in
cluding the elective franchise ; and, hold
ing, as we do, that the elective franchise is
asacred right which should bo held and
exercised by none but true and loyal men ;
therefore, be it resolved,
1st.--That we1 do earnestly 'and emphati-.
cally protest against ever again allowing
renegades, rebels to exercise the elective
franchise side by Bide with men who have
earned this right on the field in its defense.
2d. That we insist that it be the duty of
Our Senators .arid Jtopreseritatives, in Le
gislature assembled, to so amend the laws,
or procureiracrt amendment to the consti
tution as shall forever insure to loyal men
of this State the exclusive right to the elec
, tive franchise. . .
3d. That all the posts 6flHe 0. A. R. in
this State, together. witll'alf other jTJnion
-citizens, he-requested- to co-operate in ,this
matter, elthe"r by- petition-to the Legislature,
tfr by sttch .other means as may be ."deemed
effioient in' securing this distinction .due
to all loyal men.
3 WHITMAN CUCCtTT.
A (Jhitagd dispatches h'caseHirdetliih
cruelty was revealed atthc police court this
morning. A step-mother, named Mary
OwBns his been detected 1h along series of
abuses toward her step-daughter, a littlegirl
of but 7 years of age. She has been burned,
scalded, vhlprHi, btarved and beaten, and.
during the recent cold weather she was con
finest in an outhouse until her little limbs
were frozen, and she will be a cripple for
life. The woman was held for trial in
bends for $3,000.
David Moore and his wife are under ar
rest at New Lexington, Perry county, Ohio,
for whipping to death , ujittlc girl hir.a
ybars.Dfage,' 'The child- was an brphan
nnd had been placed in their care by the
Directors of the County Infirmary., They
had been in the liabit ot boating her un
mercifully. On Tuesday evening last they
whipped her until neighbors interfered";
and on Wednesday morning the child was
found dead, lying in bed, the body still
warm. A ttost mortem examination re
vealed the fact that the back of the ohild.
was beaten almost to a jelly; there was
also a bruise on the left temple, just above
the eye, and a cut, or braise, on the right
thigh, near the groin, as if made by a stick.
SkNTOU WABK OS FfiMAXK J3m'KAK
The following letter was read at the re
cent meeting of the American Equal Ilight,
Jkkeehson, Ohio, Nov. 14, 1SG0. Suf
san B. Anthony, Secretary American Equal
llights Association Madatn : Yours of the
9th inst. is received, and I desire to say in
reply, that Lara new anu -everhave .been
the advocate of equal and inipartial suf-
-rage to alLtitiienS of the United States
who have arnvea at the art of twenty-one
years, and who arc of sonnu mind, anu whs
have not disqualfied themselves by the
commission of any offence, without any
dixtiction on account of race color, or sex.
Every argument that ever has been or ever
can be adduce! ta prove that males should
have the1 right to Votff applies with equal,
if not greater ore, .topipvOfthat females
should poajceB the same right; and were I
a citizen of your State, Tsh&uid labor with'!
whatever abiUtyUnpeases&tAtengraft these
principles in its constitution.
Yours very rnfeeetfully,
B. F. Wade.
R Ito RgOTATjv.E. We have not
nilonrpen tff eulogize Mr. Lough-
miller. He does not. need our eulocv. To
the citizen of Fraiiklin county, at least, he.
is too well known to neel the eulogy of
anyimu. But,heJs now .our Representa
tivniiecfbrtdlirav want to know
thorharaotor if t)io mau who represents'
our county in these day that try men's
since the war lie has .beeaji slauucli Con-
wryMive,whelIy opposed to KadiJalism in
mi luuariy pn&Fe. instirf, pe is a patriot
aad. ojirlstian tlohnuvMf whom any
country might he proud, lRndWr Home
of ime.of Colonol Clarence Prentiea'a otn
do more.' In' the Northern mind, bush-
CAPTl'ltKAXIl- SMCAPKOF A. VOl'SU
)CAD' I JtOM THE CAMASC'ilJC IX
DIA9TSA TIIUlLLUrC SAIill ATI VE.
The Leavenworth Bulletin give an ac
count of the capture and escape of Miss
Sarah Jane Luster from the Camanche In
dians, which possesse much interest. That
paper soys; .
She was' -living in Texas with a family
named Babb Some months ago, duririg the
absence of Mr. Babb, a band of No-con-ah
Camanches came to the house. They were
invited in by the children of Mrs. Babb,
but refused hntiltsatisfied that there was no
man about tho premises. Then they went
in and attempted to carry off one of the
children. Mrs. Babb, inspired by a mother's
love for her children, resisted and clnng to
her'child with desperation; whereupon,
onfe of the savages went behind; seized
her by the hair, drew her back and cut her
' This hbrrid deed was committed under
the eye of Miss Luster, who had taken re
fuge in the upper part of the cabin1, and n6
shocked her'as to cause a groan of agony,
thus leading to the discovery of her pre
sence. She was immediately captured (leav
ing a sleeping babe in the cabin), and taken
to the Tndian camp.
Miss Luster formed the heroic purKse
of immediate escape from the horrors of
her captivity. She soon discovered a horse
of great Bpeed, kept for running purposes
hy the Indians, ahd conceived a plan to
mount it, and- leave in a direction from
which the Indians-had brought green corn,
Trom.!itv8lx days' absence ; 1hus-howing-a
settlement within three days' ride.1 Her
preparations all complete, she was frustra
ted by the barking of dogs, and was com
pelled'to retire' to her lodge. The second
.effort-was made during a dark and stormv
rnlght, that drove, both savages and dogs
witn in uoors. sue could not take both the'
children, but the eldest, a boy, mounted the
horse and left. Tlie first day and night ex
hausted the strength of the boy, and he was
left to find his way back, or perish upon
the road I After three day a and nights of
continuous riding, jhe, becoming complete
ly prostrated with fatigue and anxiety, tied
the horse by a lariet to her body, and laid
down to rest; sheell asleep, to .awake a
captive once more to tho Indian; this time
to the Kiowas. She was taken to the camp
of her new captors, only to reorganize her
plana of escape, preferring death in an ef
fortor liberty, rather than life in her hor
Once more .she escaped with her chosen
steed ; and. after days of weary travel and
nights,1 of sleepless anxiety, reached the
Santa Fe road, sixty miles east of Cow
creekf Col. Leavenworth.'s headquarters.
xier. escape was immediately reported oy
the Kiowas to the 'Colonel, and at the
Same time by a white man who had seen
her at the ranche.
Col. 'Leavenworth immediately sent an
escort, hringing her to Council Grove.
Miss Lustre, together with another libe
rated captive named John Charles Fret
moot Houston, are at Council Grove pow.
The latter was captured by a small band
'of Tan-a-gway Comanches, or liver-eaters,
and was rescued from them by Tab a-nam-a-ca,
head cliief of one of the Yara-per
re-ker, or root-eaters, and delivered by him
to Col. Led venworth. from whom we learn
that both of these escaped captives are
en mute to this city.
In the course of an article upon the sub
ject of labor, the Charleston Courier states
that the best plan for laboring in South
Carolina during the ensuing year is un
doubtedly that of paying wages to the - col
orwl pebphybnt that for the want of capi
tal the planters will at present generally
have to resort to the system of working on
the shares the planter and labors di
viding the crop.
JoilV HnrnilT. in n Utter, asva- If Trn.
land were 1,000 miles away from us, all
would be changed, or the landlord exter
minated by tho venceance of the ueonle of
the place. This is a frank and bold ex
pression against any plea that Ireland js as
well treated as England.
NdnctKO the recent public burning of
the constitution of the United States in the
street of Jolict, Illinois, by the Badicals of
that place, amid great cheering, the Spring
field Register says : "It wasn't worth while
to burn the poor bid document; it was
never in their way."
Paramore, Sowers Co.,
2Vo. S3 North Cherry St,
NASHVILLE , ; ,..TENN
WE ARK PREPARED' 'TO COLfiECl
I T Claims against the United States (lovern
mtnt forirroperty takea. Jurins.tbe war,'
Whether Receipted for or No.
Our farilitli for
granted under th various aotsol Confrresf are of
a character to
I.NSI'ltK Tlll'.IIt NPKKDV PAYMENT.
Soldiers and nil others entrusting their cjaini"
in our hsndtnre assured that they will rw-eire
OOK MOST ('AKEFl'Ij ATTEXTI OX.
A membernr our firm Is locateil in M.iln'
ton Oity. and tn constant communication with
the vnrious Pcjiartmcnts of tho flnrernmcnt,
snd his extensive cxieriencaln thccnlleotton ot
clnims tnnble-4 him to rrosecutc. with
lUOMITr.S.S AN1 niNlAT('ll,
anv business entrusted te our charce.
Otve us a eall.
COLLECTION OF CLAIMS
AliAlMS V. 'rillfi..(10VlHalK.'VT.
'l lERSHN8 IIAVISO CIiAIUS Fill: COTTON,
I IlBrws.Wood L timber, Ireu or St rctuJie,
ttVcn or pnrchul by the Untied StatMi u4 not paid
fr- tlrli. tnwlianlfi nJ Uborrr nli ha
fiillfj t rrfeir eoaioouutttmi for-r Ic r n.If r-J
WiAilJ da writ to mil pn ut at our olUre,
29 C'hrrry --ireet.
. IIOU'tKO fit NKL.SOV,
UotAiJin p Atlriirjr4 ini Claim AgtnU
WM. TITLE BATII,
OPTZCIA'X'.-Xo. 74 Cltiireh Htrct,
(orivosite the Maxwell House.) Nashville,
Tenn, offers bts services to a Rene ous public.
Hy bis experience in this line he is enabled to
try the eyesight and suit spectacles accordinslr.
fo that the eye ts not overcharged, but merely
assisted. At his Optical Establishment enn also
be- fband Mlero3eor.cs, Telescopes, Thermome
ters. Msrnl&ers, Mathematical Instruments,
Picture frames. Opera and Field tilasses, etc.,
eta. .Remember that when you want your eye
sight improved you must call at Wm. Titlo
bium'i office, la. 74 Church street, opposite
Maxwell iloase. Nstliville. Tennessee. The
bestOlasses, or pare Pebbles, set inta old framee.
J. A.. MUBKIN
TDESPKCTFCELr INFORMS HIS OLD
JX customers and the pnblio ccnerolly that he
IS 'how fnllv" Hrenared to moke the finest fittlnt-
BootH nnd Shoes
To order at reasonable price, and that he in
tends to keep certs tantty on hand a well made
and well regulated assortment of his own make,
at bis okl stand.
Tffo. 4S North Oolleffp Street.
J. A. MURKIN.
. To Tobneco Planters.
TlfE ARE JfOW PREPARED TO STORE.
T T Shin or purchase Tobacco, either loose or
S hogsheads. Call at our Warehouse, No. 23
arket street. &hviUe.
aeell-tf IU.J HUGHMcCREA CO.
FilOM 10 TO 25 PEtt CENT..-SATES
si (cnsu.TuCK coos -at tar. ,
M). 15 MIM
'I'llK I'tOPLE OF KAS11VILLE AND THE
' 1 surrunnainrconntry will please krii mind.
L. VrW rflDL' Dftnui . . . .
u.. piuaf. u opw reciFinj ana open.
Ing a new and very attractive, stock of
Staple and Fancy Brygbotis;
- ' tv ononis, t've, etc:,' ' .'
I JLich bos been bought fat (lash iu tta ,tery Uat
Kaatern markets, mi J wilt be otT red atSie Very"
lowest retail prices. fe 'I , ; I
The stock consists In part of tliTO (
Black SllksaU prices ; . 1 .V
MMrAnt6ibe;ani4Uirs) 1J 1 '" : .
Best EngIiihaoaOe'rnian'P6?llir?I M i
tnglWi and treneh'Ttferlnoa'l ' J 'i
Rrnpresa rjlotbs, all colurs'i- ',', i
Ladies' Saeklngfloths; "'' t . '
rtne Wblfe and Black Alpadu; i
Lustres, all colors;- " ' j
4 and all Wool PWJs, aJiiwtori;
All Wool FUnuels, all colors; ' '
Bosrers, Broadcloths, and Cassi'msres ',
Doeskins, Twoeds, and Jeans;'- . '
Engtlia and American Prints;
Brown' and Bleaihsd rompstlcs4 ' '
5 4, W, 7-4. M, 9-4, and lfcrs&etin: i,
- - Table tlneniTosreIs. aiidjfapklni:
- - -Att'sriaa ifrttfiff&nft
Ladies-mi Children's Horery and 01? , - ,
Common and Vrtnch-Kmbnldred Corsets
Pupler Elliptic ?H6op Skfrtsf
Ladies' 8ha1s, CJoafes, and Sontagj;
Blbbons, Trimmings', A Fancy Coodsj.
And many other-Goods too 'numerons to mention.
KemfuiUr the place NEW Y0SK-8T0BE, Mo.
15 Union Mr ret, (Levy A Oo.'s old stAml.i
' K. FttAIVKI.lN.
0'NjtiLL'd.iT. S. Ctant ArjKscr. 1
o, 83 Ckdab St (Up stairs.) -.
ALL CLASSES OP LEGITIMATE CLAIMS
BRamst ther United States Government
promptly collected. Paiticular attention siven
to cltnns for Equalization of Bpnntr, Partifci'
who have filed claims at my office, and who have
not beard from mo lately in reference to them,
are requested to lend me their present post office '
address, as tunny changes have taken place In'
the postal arrangements since their claims were
filed, and letters are being returned to me every
day uncalled ftfr. I intend visiting-Washington
soon for the purpose of urging a speedy settle
ment of all, claims now in my hands, and 'it is
important that I Should be able to eomranntcate'
with claimants promptly, as additional evtdenco1'
will have to be furnished in many casesanX
Wronger proof of loyalty In some cases of citizen
claims. Money advanced on bEcer?', soldiers'
and citizens' claims.
1 nm also agent for the National Stoam nvi
ration Company steamers between New York". ,
Lit-erpoor. and Quechstnwn, -Ireland.
P. 0. BOX 354. JOHM OWEl'M..
Comer College and Union Streets.
R(J. THOMPSON WOULD INFORM HIS'
frtetads and tho public that ha has just fitted
up and opened an elegant Restauranfoicr! his
Saloon, where gentlemen will, find at 11 times not'
only the lst tho borne market affords, but al tno
best or everything from h distance llayiDS pro
cured the services of a tirat-rate cook, an 1 from my
long experience iu hotel business, I frel conlldciit of
being able to please custooiers.-
Fresh Oysters rvc.lVed dally serve.! up in, ntiy
Styi Freeh flame always on hand.
uovMy U. 0. THOMPSON, Proprietor.
A. & W. RATCNIE,
19 Broad Street,
COXFECTIOXEBS AST It KAKEItS,
HAXDrACiusxas or ,
CANIY, SUGAR PLUMS,
And everything,lri their Iln'di-ttlcrsTn all kindsof,
Toys and Fancy Articles. for CUrlstiniis,
IX70ULP BK3PECTFIJLLY CALL TIIK ATjEN-
' tion of the city and country merchants to their
large and well assarted stock, of toe above articles,
which they will tell low
... b W. ItANMtC, ,
10 llroaj str.1. Us. '"liege and Market
Win. Lipscomb vs,S. E, Jqhea and othera.
tN PURSUANCE OF' DEGREE OP TliE
X Chancery Cuurt at Nashville in. above named
cause, I will sell, at the Court House at Nush-;
ville, on .
Snturluj-,; Jaiiunry 3 IfMJt ,
The tract of .Land Ic the Second District ot Da
vidson county, containing 8ii acres, known as
" Elm Crag." This land was sold Tn ,1C hy AV.
"Lipsc-omb to C."Ki Darneif, Vnaby"him after1'
wards to S. E. Jones.
TERMS OF SALE-CrcdiUrsiayind twelve
months, without' interest. Notes required with
tw6 good securities, and lien reUinedSale free
from redemption. .. !-Bir
MORTQN H. HQ WELL. Cj and'M.
Jno. P. IVgrarn vs. Jno. E. Laffler and
FN PURSUANCE OP A DECREE OF THE
JL Chancery Court in the above named cause, I
will sell at Vubllc auction, at the Court House, on'
KnturilAy. Jaiinnrj; S, IS07,
Lota Not. 70 and. 71. in FotterV Addition to
Edgefield, each fronting SO fee on Smiley street,
and running hack 170 feet to an alley,
TERMS OF SALE-Credits of six and tvrclv
months, with interest from dar.-nf sale Notes
.requirad with approved security, and Ijeo ra:,
laineu. oaie iree iroru reuempiion.
MORTON B. HOWELL. Oi andwM.'
Ellen Desha vft.Tiio1. Russell Jind'Dthers
TN PURSUANCE OP" A J)ECREE '6 THE
X t'naucery UOurt in this case, 1 Will sell ut
puone -nucuon at tns uourt itouieni itssti
ville, on - I
Saturtlay, January 3, 1SC7,
A tract of about.75 acres of Land, lying-near tha
Nolensrille Turnpike, about twelve miles froirr
munviuc. xois is uie same iaua loriueriy soiuj
bytiam'l Ktmtiro to 1 homos ttussell, and bia;
bond for title is recordeil in the Register' OrCce,
in Rook No. 20, page C37.
TERMS OF SALE Sir months Credit, with,
out interest. Note required with two good f ecu
rities, and Hen retained. Sale frcj.frnm re
demption. -. ,
MORTON B. HOWELL, fi.nd M.
William JIatfar w. Thohia Yi' Nlirtlierii
TN PURSUANCE OF A DECREE OF JrilE
j. unnncery uourt in n3 care. i wiusen at pub
lic anctiou, at .tho Court -House nt Nashville, on
fialnrtlny, Jmmnry n. 1S07,
A trnetof Land on "Suggs' Creek-, heiir the Wil
pon county line,, adjoining the lands of Mm.
Ilnirsr. and oontaininr about sixtr acres.
TERMS OF SALE Six and twelro month."
credit, with interest irom uuyor sale: - rvqlM
required with approved security, nnd Jleh W-
tained. bale free from redemption.. 'I
MORTON Ii. HOWHLL.C.nnd M
Fleming va. D. D. Dickey nd
tN PURSUANCE OF A DECK HE OF TH hi
A Chancery uourt in this we, l Will sen: ut the
Court House at Nashville, on
Knlurtlny, Jnnnnry S, ItiOT,
The two Houses nnd Lots, Nos. 30 and 31, on Ma
Lcinore street, between Union and Cedaw treets,
owned by Jennie Band HiT. lleminrv
TERMS OF SALE Six. twelveandteigbtecn
months' credit, without interest, Notef reciulred
with approved security, and lien retained. Sale,
iree irons Tcaempuon,
RTON Jt. HOWELL. Chnd M.
Letitia J. Harris, Admr'syrs. Robert Har
ris and other 1 ' '
TN PURSUANCE OF DEGRBB OF TlIE
J. Chancery Court at Nashville, in abAro namrxl '
came, 1 will sell, nt the Court. House, at,. Nash
ville, on , .
Natiirtlay, Jaiiunry 5, 14(17,
A tract of 270 acres of Land, about nine miles
from Nashville, on the Nolensrille Turnpike'
Hood, being the same purchased Iiy IS. u. Har
ris, deceased, from. Mrs, Jjeiincki llrowa.
Also, about 03 acres of land, adioininr the
former residence of B, D. Harris, deceased,
arxmi lour mue irnro .Munviue.
fhese lands will be sub divided to suit pur
chasers. t .
TERMS OF SALE One-fourth cash, xnd the
rcsidue.on credits of six, twelve, eighteen and
twenty-four months, withodt interest. Notes
required with approved secarity, anddlen ts
tained. Sole free from: redemption.
MORTON B. HO WELL, C. andM.
Sale of Valuable Lands.
David C. Loro et als. vs. Alex. Matthews et. aht. 1
3 DIRECTED BY A DECREE" OF THE"
,CX. County Court of Davidson codnty, at IU
Docember Term, lSfifJ. ia the a bo T cause, I will
offer tvt Public Sate, at the south end of the
Court House, iu Nashville, ou SATURDAY, the"
6th day of January, 1S67, a certain tract -or par
rel of land-belonging to the citato' of Amelia
Love, deceased, and described as follows, vir: .
Being Lot No, 10 in the plan of the H vision of
Andrew 0 as tl email's land-r. situated Unt 4K
miles from Nashville, and near the'llillsboroi
rurnpise rud." aid land u animpjraved, but
fertile and heavily timbered, ard contains fff
acrcr. " ;
TERMS One-third eatW. and the balance on
a credit of one and two years, with interest from;
day of sale. Notts with personal jurity re
quired forthe unpaid p n rch ose-tn otfeK'tii d Hen -retained.
m; m m m i w urn mi m a.
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Kjfi i n 1 4 -I H. r !; k ,
i medicinal virtue, ad'tryilt in
scircle: - H f i
dence of itr
A. Rhpanl Wilder, CStgr .
Dear Sir- I hare examined vour Slomalr Tlir-
t ....fnll. r, n .1 R.J i . MU. u . .. . i. .
to be. The high order, which the, Ingredients
kuiii ,uiv ii- iuac m iue luniena Aiouisa, ax well
as the most' happy proportioned combination of
substances, make your Bitters for superior to any
similar preparation in the country; Thefct
that you ute only the purest Bourbon Whisky
must necessarily recommend your Hitters in
another point, especially as for as wholesome'
nessand palatability are taken into eoruiiera-
tion. I was well pleased to see la your- efttb
tishment" the process of manufacturing' Jour
Bitters carried on br warof rtlanbuHunnnr -Mhlnh
not only gives you a better product, hat! also
recommends Itself by clearer operation.
. ... ' Apotheeary and Chemist. ''
Mr. 'BZirnrrf WHJ,r, Cityr
Dear Sir; My wife and ehiM have been suffer-'
for several msntbs from indigestion
seeinr vnnr advertisement MtnnMtl I.tn
bring her a bottle of your Stomach Bitten, Which,
I .did; and on using one bottle, I am mote than
nappy to state thaf ray child, now four radnths
KT.l . I . n La,. . 1. . 1 a .. I 1 . 1,
uutuau u vuiuniory action since
Its birth, is entirely restored, and ray srjfe is
enjoying the best of iealth. and s nqw wholly
unwilling to be without a bottle of your Bitten
u m, uifuic, as buo sBjs ii u j ne most strengtu
cuing and an pe tiling tonio that Can be used, and
that no houseoughtto.be without it; and I Teel
it due to the public U make known the woader
ful good it has performed in, my household; and
most heartily recommend its use'ia every family.
Of Craig. TiTlman Jt" Co., 218 Main atleet.
Lovisville. October 20; laCfl. - y
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r.dl Wild-. ilTui Lj(1
'' Roc Ha'vkx, Mkadk CotISTT,kT.,l
Mr, EJioarX. Wilder, Louitvillf, Kv. ; jfc ,
lienr Sir 1 1 take pleosuro in si-ins:4that I was
suffering from . Ague and Fever, or Chills' and
tever, for several months, when 1 wu advised
br a- friend to trr vour famous Stomaeh Bitters.
and nfier using two pottles I am entirely re
stored. EJt not pnly imparts new vigor, hut it is
truly the "best strengthening and appetuin
touie. at tho same time pleasant To ths taste. I
have ever known used or afforded to the popllo :
and I would say to all those' similarly afflicted
that if they would be cured and have the disease
thnrnucblV .cradleatmt frnm thn avitrAm -tt
your Bitters, and bo convinced of their wonder
ful medicinal power and virtue. '
1 remain yours respectfully,
P. P. NEVITT.
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Loluvim.!, Kv, October 12, IttA.
TiE. WllJtr. Eq.:Vitvi
I was a good deal afflicted with' Indigestion,
id occasional attacks of Dv9oeDsia. 1 wis ad
vised to use your Bitters. I scarcely used one
bottlo .when I felt relief, sad from tho osa df the
Bitten, though nearly sixty sefea years of age.
feel the' same energy and vivacity and 'cheerful
spirits of-a boy of twenty-five. Your Bitters are
a pleasant .tonic and, cordial, -andas laey are pre-
Cared from pure ingredients and good old Bour
on Whisky. I can safety endorse their use to all
afflicted as I was. I would say to such persons,
keep your minds easy, your bowel ppen. your
head cool, your feet warm, and use Wilder'
timers, and never mind the tfoctar.
itespecttuily.-uj- . lHJUii.L,ri5.
i . . tm j;eiisue , ,vgeni4nno,n. n
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. 1- - sr.-' -And all secies of 1 ; ;
IutJlcest lou. , ',-.
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- IiilfrinUtent Teer,'
.' ' 2 j y , .'-
, and.vernl Arup;
And all periodical disorders. It will give imme-
' 1 , , diate relief in ,
. .1 ' ( v ) i ' . i .
U will cure COSTI VBNES3. It Is a mild and
delightful invigorant for delcate Females. It is
a safe AiiliiBillious Alterative and Tonic for
family purposes. It is a powerful r ecu per ant
after thefrara&has been debilitated and redaced
by sickness. ;lt Is an excellent appetite? as well
as strengttiener ot toe dises'tve forces, it U de
sirable alike as a corrective and mild cathartic
it is being-daily used and rresenbed ur all pby
isicians,as.thefbnnaUwill hejhiaJod to any
ii .hi t1 ;J.
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EDWARD'Wl l;lEl CO.,
215' (MARBIE FSONTTffAIN ST.;
' ll .
IiOUlSTlIIC K'j'; '
FOR SALE BT ALL" DEALERS.
i.-. -,4.(-! .iiluiMni ii 't t I ni
: ' ii J ir. i .Wiiaijjmmi! -. ml-':
. htatr.t t.-,i-..4
t-iiif.'-.i-itim ''Ull .tU
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i .ii- -i .fiio--' p'l. ' . e-'-.-i'i . - i!,.
Jfil 1 'I. I S l) ,H'l u
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College Street, iicar Union,
DostgnatcJl Depositary and-FInancial Agent
of tho United States'.
It is Drenared tn ' tnmwt n.rjiyni
.busiesa. and furnbh. Kxcbanito
.NEWYORIv. . -
' - . CrNOTNNATU
JOHN1 LUMSDEN. Presidcat.
W. 3. THOMAS, CaihieV.
THIKI) MTIOMI BASK
Yr ffry. 'si. Burns.
John Klrkman, Jot. W. Allen,
. P.-Weavar, Edgar Jones,
;1W! J". Carter, A. J. Dnnuu:,,
Aleksud-r Kail, ' Clias. K. 11 iUoin, .
' K.lmnnJ Ooojvr.
TUU BAKK.OCCDPIKS TH 0UILD1K0 Folt
uerly occupied by tbe rianters' Ilaak, corner of
Union and Colter treetn. anil ta rmirarv,! . Im,
and'arll Oold and --Hirer, Drafts, O. 3. decutitUi aud
State Bonds, collect Notes. Drafts. Cnuuanii. etc.. In
' all parts of Umi Ualud Suuw.i ., ' - -. -
20 ltaniU-und'7a Treasury Notes aliSarSOn
hand anrlJor aaU. flnl.l iliinn,,n
pqund Iutereat Nolej bougbtat tbd blgliest lates.
, EUUA It JONES, Cashier.
WjW. HKKltY. Preaiilent. ' 'octlUltn
D. WALKER. J. L. YARYAN:
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
41 CJIierrj filreel, staira,)
3m. NASIIVIULE. TENN..
Si QOLLADiA Y;
Ctty S U o o ' S i o r o,
(Opposite St. CIAud'lIhta.T
- i r. rft .
Ho. 3, SimmoimT Block, Chnsvh Mtroct,'
Corner Broad and fli-lt' Streets.
RETAIL PRICES OF FLOUR, MAl, AKft
FetJ. delirerej fr of cluirn-e i
Flour, mad of White Wheat, W3hltig-
Brcodway Mills Extra Family Floiir 815 00
Broadway Mills 8. Fine Floor . . i fill
Graham, or Unbolted Floor, psr lu) lbs S ik
juiuunngs, per liw n.. SI tW
Back Wt at Flour . -
uorn 31 ea . Tx-rbuiliel..
...... SI 31
. si ar
Bran, per too lbs
Mixel do., per lot) IM
Shorts, per 1UO lbn.
May, per 100 lbs ....... ,
Corn, per bushel '.
Oats, per bnshel ..'
cW-Sru p. 1,
PARTK FL1R NOTICE.
MYERS & HUNT.
DESIRE TO RETURN THANKS TO THEIR
Patrons for thn liheml Kiinnnrt hrnttra
extended to them, and state to the public gen
erally that in order to have greater hicilitie Tor
for their work, lhor nre Cttin? nn In mnirniliKnn
tyle the ' large and chmmodious two story
No, 76 North Market. Street,
One door nb'rth of their present stand, for if.
fnrriajfe Fftclorj- nml Snles Uooins,
Where they will bo belter prepared than ever to
keep upMheir reputation for making-first-clau
Knlrnuco to Rcrmlrino; Klintts will bo
tho Name a Jlrrelbrorr.
. A splendid awortment of Carriage work nlwny
on hand at the lowest figurea.
- nerlll continue at our'TililTOttnd until our
?new Factory is fitted up. l
i dwUtf , MTEItS lIUJfT.
33 Public Square,15
llTILb DELI T?R . (100D HARD. MER-
VER .OOOD II
ilood, anywhere within (h
FIVE nOMItS PER coRI.
FULL C0RD3 gqaranteed.
our store. . '
Orders received at
WOOD FOR SALE AT TARD, OR DKI.IVn
exejcheaper thaoatanr ctber' yard Ui tb
city., ernufrlctl; CASH. . . 1 '
u" Miiitra ImKuoenieiisM,
4lS JAiHTM PUltCHASINQ : LARQELV.'
rarkrdlcorner North Frontrand Jerrerson
Streets. ' :
0. P. DfKFpRJIIj Agent.
f as. jWisanLtx. a. w. ii. rptlke,
.iSjxFoimerijr of Nevirrf. 'Keith
r. a. tRWix
jjM'JLAUQHLIN, BUGLER CO.,
i. t (Successors to F. A. Irwin, J:, Co,,)
i W II OXB S A Is E O R O V E R H
Ash' ' .
COMMISSION . MERCHAXTS,
1 . nULRES i.v .
nnAM)tEM WI.VE.S AXJ MQIOHS,
- Corner Hru-ket ttnil Clnrk HI reels,
i NASHVILLE. TENNESSEE.
Wlll'pay the hinhest market nriee f.ir T)r!e.l
F.uit. Feathers. Ueesnax, Ulnscng, and Country
HA VINO CGKUMJDED TO RKTIUR FROM
the buslneas ot .Siorinr Uotlon, we have tblj
day soU out to 0E0E0K C. ALT.KN 4'CTJ.
Xba Cotton lb store cousigned I o at by our friend
will still bava our claaent attention, as wlU al
ways t found at th old stand,'a'nd rrlll ship Or sell
fyr them, as they may dirs.
J. A. McAtlSTKR &0.
. A Card..
In retiring from tba.qpt(ont Fattorage and Com
m Us tod Bniinert, nre take grVat "plrannre In record
mending oar snccCMOri, ile-urs. Georg4.C. Allen
io., to me patronage of our numerous triends, as
every way worthy "bf tbelr coufldenes anil Inpptirt.
I , J. A-ilr.L13XXll A'C'rt
By refereaes to the above aJrertliement It wlU ba
seen that we hare incccedl 1& essri. 3. A .'sic Ali.lr'
X Co., In the Cotton Factorage and General Cora mis-'
ton aw aurnrumg paiinrss, at tne uia Biana
corner of Broad and College streets; wMnV wejwlll
b' pleased ta set all tlMold ctutsuiera of 1 6 tiousei'
ana ear own Ainds arid acqaaluUnre.
Xl' bop to b able to glvo satUUctlxn to all lb tea
wWmsy entrust os with their business.
UKUIIQIS C. AX.I.B.V Ai . 6..
Or the late firm of RUIU3KA ALL&Si
OH AS. ROBUltTOX
" AO. 17 N.t 91 ARKET JiTBF.ET,
WOULD REMIND HIS OLD FREND3 AND
It Caitoraers that ie isr mora than-ever pre
uarod to supply them with the very best of Light
1 He has also en hand the best of Wines, suttW- '
ble for medical purposes, besides a superior lot ei'
uaporteu Bcotan Ales and London forter, and.
Gae brands of Cirars. Also. Curranls. Kai.lnv
UUUO. J7-S3. UKKI,nUU), OIC,
i: I,- t. - -. - . . ,
clcs. embracing Toys, Firecrackers. Motets, and "a 1
. M. imtM, V MUV W,V1IICI V I hlUJT r
iu a 1
very . nee assoftmeni ot fancy uonfecuonery. I
suitable for Christmas Iloliinva "which im h.
told wholesale and retail. novS-t-tf
D. a SUtLIT,
Fxrovtrly of Uaurx co.
JAMXS Jt. C1SJIIT,
of Williamson, county.
r. . oanvxT,
or Giles county,
r. . usni.
of HutHviBe, Ats.'
NIIH, IUHHT & GO,
So' s imt 7 Rroad Street.
XASIIl'IIXE, TEKXESSEE. '
WKBKO UtAYK TO RCTOES THANKS TO
our friends tor On very liberal sUara of pat
rtmag ibewedjupGO our twos the jwt reason,
and would say that, having enUrjed our faculties
tat itoring tot ton. -we are now prepared la give
very attention to th storage, sale and shipment of
all cottoa oar friends may entrust to onrcorsi W
promise that, STary effort wlU be csad te seenfe tba
very highest market price, whether sold here or in
other markets: '
WU1 make cash adrancesoa all Cotton or other
Produce shipped to us. Our Unas shall always 1x
as low as any other retlabl house.
JAMES St 6AB3ETaad YfM. T. SAMPLE VrlTI
givo tad r undivided attention to tha Oottoa Pepart
tnent, and will strain every nerve to make It to tho
Intereet'of pUtiters ta patronise tia.
W-will at alt ttrae keep a full stock of droccrk-s.
Bagging. Bops and Twine, and all grade ot Floor
for aola at tlw lowest prices. , . '
WANTED. We with topurcboM washed atid rib
washed Wool. Feathers smd Drtml Fruit, and will
always aire the best crieaa.
ea i isr-oan wa, Vt & ix-
Kancr f-'lKWr' Fancy Flonr!!
Wenlll keep constantly on. hand, -by the single
barrel or far load, H. Vaughn Co.'s Celebrated
J-FWand;)lIiIIr Flour,. wich,xe will warrant In
every fnsUnce. We Will also keep several other
brands of Flour, whlc sr offer to the trade at the
lewtSt fash 'prices'. DeiUra mid& wfll lit
our Flour bfr purchasing.
UAltiKV, fJBDWAT k CO.
augiU-6m U. & A., B.J
FOR THE TREATMENT OF
Private Diseases, and
1 I S E A SES O P W OMEN
- PATIESTS TREATED AT THEIR
uomxs. enRES quauxteeo. -i
All lettemihnntr) 1,,1 1 in nn' Wnr t
Office- over JohnVorkV Ttnar Slo. tlnUn
Street, between, Cbllfega and'Cherry street.
Jljrjir ly ,
H'ASHVILEE! & DECATUR
A I Ir B O A D
Great Central All Eail Route
NASHVILLE AND nUNTSVILLE.
MEMPHIS, MOBILE, AND
' . NEW ORLEANS,
ANI AT,T, INTERMEDIATE POIXTS.
THE'N'ASn VILLE AND DECATUR lUlL
road Company has made arrangements with
thpMemphls and Charleston Railroad. Company
by whichpassengers go
Tliroiisli to 3Iomililvvilhont t.'lmiiffe
O.nly one change between Nashville and Mobile
or New Orleans. Dy any other Route
, mere are xwo.
Splendid Sleeplncr Cars on
all Xijjlit Trains.
TnaocoH Esram Triix-Leaves Nashville
Daily at o-'so p. u.
.Arrives at Decatur at 4:30 a. v.
Connects with llenehii anil nhnrlminn, R.il.
road for Hnntsville, Memphis, Mobile.i New
Orleans, and all Intermediate points. .
Leaves Decatur nt . .. . . &5a i. .
Arrives at Nashville at.......-.....llAI a. u.
Connects at Nashvillt. trllh' Lnntivlll. n.l
Nashville Railroad, for nil e.n!nt V,i N'nrth
and Northwest and with evening trains on N. 3c
C. and N.&N. W. and E. JrK. Railroads, for
points on those lines.
FrMclit and Accommodation, Daily
Leaves Nashville at. 1 .. lM 7:21 x. U.
Arrives at. Decatur at..,....i.r.-..... tktf) r. u.
Colnmbla A'rooinmiMlalion Train.
. Daily, except Rnmlnytt.
Leaves ColurnbIant........... 7-tr. , u
Arrives at Nashville at...........,.lftfio a. m
Leaves ashvtlle at .... 3:00 r. u
Arrives at Columbia at ..... . 5:t r. u
Bafrsaso Checked Throng ti.
FARE AS EOW AS THE LOWEST.
For ThrOUch Tickets nnd nlfier inf.iririittlin
5 lease apply at the-offiee of the Nashville City
rausfer Company, Northeast,corner of Summer
nil TIiii.aK ir,..t, n ,1 . U 1 , .1 t
Depot, Nashville, Teanessee. I
Ji U. VAX DYNE.
nor. uoncral superintendent.
, Nashville and Chattanooga
H A. I Xi
W A. 1ST.
OirABTOE OP TIS1E.
OrrieE of OKNExiL'SorurxrcvocxT.
N. & N. ) Kailwat, V
h ville. Tenn.. .Nov. 35. IS60.)
0,N AND AFTER TCESDAT, MOV. OT.
' I8, and until further notice. Passenger
iriuus win run us to;iows I ;
A'nativllta nnd Ctinttnnoosi Line.
Leave: Jiashville for dhattnnnAim nA,l .11
pontsSouth,at&:30A.kv and8ir,i. Arrive at
Chattanooga at 2.-0) r. u, and kW a. k next
day. Returning. leave Chattanooga at COO r.
it. andX-40 a. m. Arrive at Nashville at 4:00
a. it. una iium a. v. next day.
AH troths connect at Wartrace for Shelbyrille.
SilKLnYVILLir AcrnuurvniTtnv T.enri Wr.
trace at iiurMtanasu A. v. Arrive at.Shel
; byvllle,at lSO r. v. and !kl5 a. m. Leavd Bhel
Bofllte 7:24 U. ana 11:00 p. M. Arrive at War-
irace o:m a. jf.una ii:so r. a.
FARU TO NEW ORLEAS 831 aa
" ' "MOBILE.-, 31 10
MEMPHIS 16 00
IIUNTSVILLB 1. 7 33
- Close 'cOnricctiorrs made nt Stevenson ami Chat-
iauuu:a.ius an ciuca r.nJL nsu airtlLQ.
Sleeping rars our all Night aseager trains.
Tfii.4lirllle and Xoribtfcstern Line.
e,1V4 'Na.brtltA fne
Jnhnjonvillo, and all points West andNerthw eit.
in.K ' ..v.-.M.ua, unit, a, .lUmo
WJJO A. IC.
AacOKlfODATiox. Leaves NoshvlUe at 5:00 r.
U;: and arrives in Nashville at 8:C p. v.
, V To take effect on and after Thursday, Novem
ber aListij, .
Trains on the N. ic N. W. R. R. connect at
Jobnsouville. with Ihe Cairo and Johnson villa
vacuus wiinouionuj .
aHerthaaad Meats FREE on Steamere eon
nectinr With. N. and N. T. !tilrii,r
- Passengers-by this' route save expense of'
oieepies; v;arenu oitiu rxtweea Kasttvllle and
Train sfiBi all jatermediate pStnl.
Procure ticket at HO. Jaekfon'j OppoiiieSt'
Cloud Uq tel. oral tba Chattanooga Depot
w. p, i arras, oeSn SutT '
N. 4 C. and N. W. R. Jl
i 4. ,W, R0;y. Oen'tl'iiss Agent.
.HILL McALISTUR & ALLEX.
tSacepssors.ta J. A, McAlifiter 3c Co .,
Crbrnmissioii and rorwarding
COTTON AND TOBACCO FACTOR.
: , Cor. UrqatlAml Vollege Hls.f
l,ASltVIt, - - . TZHK&SSKK
4JITHATHD 114 MILES SKOM THE CITV,
R??:ttlAi5.utin i?k8 containing jlr, acre of
land,rrlsjnire4ntly Improved, and ornamented
witfeTroite; floWen nod shrubbery,
,usi w ..i i is ron tiArjc
Tuquireof NEWSOM, GXOVER A-00. -dtM-Sw
27 North Cherry street.
OW. ij. ht
rrT. CRADtonu. j, r. txewx
EEID, CHADBOUBH & CO.,
'Cotton 'undrTebnrco "FnctorH.
i.-j -,il- - fi itt tns. ) .'. 1 '
Oeneral . ufymmissioil' Mercuaiit8.
- ''t'i t , j, , - i i .
t'orner or Clarke and Front KtreeU,
je7-ly NASHVILLE. TENN
Toys smd Christmas Gifts
" - lit
AT HAXI? PRICE,
OLD ESTABLISHED HOim
Bonnet, Hat, Sash, anil Trim
1,800 of the latest New
Styles of Hats, Bonnets,
and a BeautifulStock
of Plumes of Every
, Style. .
Bin PS A XI) on FAX emus.
Paris Flowers and BrUit Wnuil.. v si.t. .
Neck CbaiBs nx Nets, Etc. New StvWlIair
n atorfalls and COlles. laIM. ittoth
' $10.00; 10 pieces French, all Wool Jterlnes; at
$IMK Lodie Sett of Furs at cost? A Large,
stock of Ty and Fancy Uouds, IVrfumerr, etc., at
out. Woollen Hoj, Uomfortsand CbhrdmCs Hose.
a. is. asmy lunutb requires a cltangnof climate
East. I Intend establishing mvself in lm uneaa at
New Vork, bwving a branch or oar house at Nb
vllt. exclusively for Milliners- Goods, and nt real.
oViwe &ut will give lis superior advantage tovoelecf
goods at greatly nslnced prices, and too Jtit
ni.v-ltt . . MM .... .....
I trustour old friend will help us put at this
this time, and get good value for their money. J
At 46 Union Street,
dect Next door to the Bank of Tennessee.
Capital, One million Dollars
ENTERPRISE IKSUHAlf CE M,
t liNCl.MWATI, OU1Q.
E. M. BISHOP, of R.3L BUhen t Co.
THKO. COOK. Preaideut Chamber of Commit.
JOSEPH C. BUTLER, PreS't of LarayetteTJaii V.
nuuu ueuiii.-Ki,i iiHKU Jieuirnay crs.
t. R. HULL, of A Jdr lliill Jt Co.
... " , ,i, iuu.. aoraiiH,
BRIQS SWIFT, of Brigs Swift A Co.
CUARLCS RULE, or C. Bute A Go.
0. M. BUCHANAN, of Buchanan k Co.
ADOLI'II WOOD, of Adoli.li Wood A (
a R wtvur.iiw r u-t.i t. r,i.
JAMES S. WISE, Nashville PackU Conpauyj
r. a irn'Rid ir....rei.ju...,i . 1
... ........ f UJ U. V. ,U Vl 11 11 Al 1. -
TUOS. M1KKLOCK. Prrsidenti
WM. B. CASSILLT. Vice Preiident.
This Company is now nrvtured ta transacria. nn.
erl Fire and Jljnae lbicrnre business tliroanlwnt
the State of Tennessee.
U. C. McSTAlUY, Agent.
PeKtlea Ixueil on first-class Brlek Dwellinirs fer
flvo years, at a m.iturul redaction oo yearly rates.
eilT-oiu U.JTA., U.J '
YELLOW PINE FLOORING
At Irfiw Figire.
OBPAR POSTS AND FKNCINfJ4LlTJtBEr.
SEASONRO rorLARA,BlJIl.DINj3 LUtlCKR
Of all k'lH.. '
Cor. Ciavvroril anil ,orlli Mi m in r
johs t. tootk. j. y. kash. 's. v. itintrHy
FOOTE, NASH & CO!,
Noa. 17 ana 19 West ColuinbioJSt..
LIQUORS AND WINES.
DRW.rRS I.V nt.XCIXE
ltOBKRT.SOX COCX T'Y, "
nornuov. ryk and sio.voxoa.
W II I S K I 13 S".
Proprietors of the' celebralwl brand of. range
Valley WMskr." I 1
ROWLAND, SPERRY & 60,
. . ..
Ak.ii1; fur I he rrnnhllii Karliry.
' '-. i ai
NO. 40 WEST SECOND ' STRKET"
' ' I.
Solicited, and liberal "Cosh ndvanee if
the same. : '
ROWLAND, Nl'K.ltllY &
nov3-3tr " ' -...
Ceo. H. tiarsp ,n. 1. Krxj
FM'KARD, ROPER & KEiT,
100 CouiinpiTlnl Street, cor,
A LI, UUSlNKl) GNTRVrrTKn TO (UTraVwitlt.
a pratnptly ttmid te-. '
rirst Nallunol Bank. Nashville.
VTInir. Tidirr A Co.. llanten. .M4fUK
Vrto. If. Uu. Csa.. ixoprb-fer ,tk. Uktad
V.A.IU. . ..
mm , in,,
S -A. "Wr M I ILr-li
' M. C. (jl OIi D'B ERO
BEAliUR IS AuV. KtNns-OV
' ' it nl i dji
i ii -i -,
viuiii'iitt' 'ritfV-1 -'
ia.-ii l uilir,,
mtlE UNPERsIONEI). HAVlKO K-(HKtLZ
X purebased tba ujpw ftw HH1, srumm as 11m
"Uetervolr Mills." h 1 now abUt o aner to tliJltlij
sens or naanvnw au.1 rroiinninrewtniry oil Kinsu
of LunWr at prlcea to alt tlie tkaea. Tears or eV
pecleuc. it tbe LniliieM JrutlSen Tiirn lb titles -that
all work aasJl W, turned oat la wutkuudita? raan
ner. By strkt atlenlton aad fair ileaHn.'jie bopr
ta merit a liberal share of pafraaogo. OaU and are
(or yelnett before eoatractlne bwwbere. ,
oct2J.tr JI. C. nOLBBtHC.
- t .1-1
JDIMJE JOHN S. BlUaS A- JXOi 0.,Bt Kt?Tr
AaXUKh iu x p AT JLAW)Uh
NO. 84 OnCRRT STJCEET,
LOCK BOX 62 -IfASimLttf TR5fIT.,:
nor3(-Sa - - -i. ta
PIANOS AND' ORGANS
C U U It e II STHE E,T ,
CiU and ezamiae them.
OSeciVstv xsti Axmmjkie Bwwr. eeeasr .
Churefa mk! Charrgie.,opjitsj tire Fast (' ffi
.Xsr sValct i. . k
P Jfc j t tsi Asav as mA ii -m s aAsi if
i vty wi KVUBlll raw UT 9m9mrv93w pfUVW
EOE. -CHILLS AND FEVmi
HUBMBY'S AGUE TOXIC
Never Fails AItum ta I)
Nothing- mere reisaMe tbaa HefWts Timic.
WlLtfrTfrfAlgiod FcYerreHet rr. ir,
II tcrmiltmt rW av-. ...
; mrc cfn whir oHiaiae. sso mm rsnai'
HTRLKr. KuDDlJuirf VO,
Propriefeni, Leals vtHe. Ky
IlnrlvT's Stomaelt. Sitters.
for Debility. Lose of AMettte.WeoiieMia. bdi-
wrapartf wtirf esrB rrVrnir 4nedtetmstr .
w-wweceaa pjuiad at any Sru
i WwtlewhBW Wmiw ususd.
'Streets, tt wi
la oJIarlcTS3 SnnMnarllln.
'trenci to the ay stem
VRLKV. RUDLS k CO
Itnrlpy'H Ponular Wnrm Pamlv.
'AithWb rea.Hr a mMV fe- i u..
bcofc and. most u kioB W-Mva Id etiMrea.
Oriental Pearl Drops.
EorJJeauU<r A Coii4xin. ectHy re.
roorej Tan, Freckles BlotoW, ami ztrW th,
skirl an decant mootbnws mil Trnstlr lltliiuait y
any other. Its use narase the Istea.skaaai in
the. KJt. givae it a eaaauUr fer aatwr waW:
Inkl Ink! lull i -.
Seutoa'r . CheatiMl . .WritUw flmil i Woraiac
wet.U-renownedW uisrerfBr Wnty. IUvir
bccrnntrotjuccd only abeat rfrTMnvit Me he
come the ririnoipoj lev aeewith tsHwew mnt i
One. rree flowine ink, nad fisr Us penuanenry il
deChloillr th hint iak tf Anab k. W
sed. I4t eountinc hoaee. hanha e inlin.a it
is uneodlled.aad Heeds aaly te btrdJ as ap
proved, for site, by DnscaMU d Jiwdsaai
11 U K L KY, KU DDTjR 4 0 PnsMetoee.
Oswer Seveath otuk
'or sole vTUrrr. - fmLsoffFt. .
Harwell.- TJHterec Jr lVMr Roikn sw'sa '
lottstevBroey. JbOtBsrery. NahVtHK &4 brail
J. LtTMSDEN: &- CO., .
hides;, oils,, eeitjeeti,
No. 0 ''tSOCTtt MATtKaT STXKHT. Xwf
"ll .. .th uRAt ,
T T6HTJ BH B BHeTPFA M IM HK TH RJM'ail
nenl'mwabers eTtM AlaarWa MWefrar Asmeia-
non; at thHreveaWoss. swsw la HalMamea. Mty
1st. 118. , ... .
CONTAIXS'XO NPIRITN Ol-.tXT II I.V H.
J '" - ASB mtMfOtl I - ta
it - . t. ,. . ,
sNOT IATOXIOATIXO IX TUB lRWr.
" n 'U PteparW ft' P.irie fmat rmretraaav. aad
admit Inlt8-eorflpeWea eah ThNeev. AiwtTir
. osd.Jr'BBl rwcsuhelsnaai.
VTtrloiB tenres Tljiieu Prave an snCuKifK May.
" 3IUSCAT PRRIiK
rsarireAVltioefodHfa sritr It setae
PITRrf JITICB Or A MWT BMI.ICIWS
UHrtl'E It surpasses ia emMeaee aar taftsa
nine, in tho oountrr. I' sad in KaroM sW aasaa-
raenyrmirpeie!'. Oaarea pepte m lav sled fa
inquire into It.
Xbeja VVines are saRlsr at
OF ALL, KINDS5,
Cotton Beams .aad-Framo,
Gottbii,Hay and Rag Prossos,
" 1 Baggage Barrows,
'COlNCr' PRESSES, &o.
luWUZ& MORS & CO.
,ri , 1&5. irafnnhstreet,
. t , , , . , CIXCIXXATl
. i .IT . .i ... r- .
. . IN' 13 AV
rnni?4 irNtfBRSiriiritD hayk ij? m u.
Uw arai ev er wrrTptlmr of &MQrk cm
neeted with ImMdiac W artli ifr4
opntraet fur IiuUdiofr entile, or la part, n e have
SenatheovrrpeBsea praetfrfaKT sad pulling ap
Maflhinery. sndbotreby pa actaaJtty sad iHspataa ,
to raenr anu reretvo mo raiw n a i
Orders frOth" ?ny seetian of Ihe SoWfsltra easm
try will be paneltially filled.
Dur Shop is ia immediate eoancaWon with the
Boeemotive Shops of the NashveSreaad Caatta
X Sru, on ucuiir oil ccv jtsnv lire emvew.
. JIDHMiVILLK 4 JrSIsCHsWt.
u anggyjtolst laff.
tLyolT's Beilotlical J)rops ,
THE (1HBAT fKMALK, KICMK9Y roR
TItaaK DroM a en a aeientlftcalfr
flukl pieparatloa. ami belfar laaa acarWl
ilmnr NaalriuM. Rcinr linuid. their
direct atul'tm(H4i refl.le reeiaal'.
otuHxlr aad cartain spc'i&c fur tha eara of all
"flWruMrWns anil uppreiMn f saslaca. Their
Jadlea of the Ueiteiltjtatas. aaaaf rm saaak ia
the stresceai terras of prabra af their sjtaal BMrif.
Thtv Rttr rnpidty tsUne taa pKaea of every other
,E aetata Kemedy. ore.conMlru by all iraa kaw
.i-llm,rt llMltainul Mih, .u
thv Msrast. HtMae.
ialtibte Mepamtiua in tlie waelsVat the rare ut
all feeiale AmrWrw, the rror!rf tm at
jttona.oraalaret.ASHl ta ptaMaMoac; aealln
regularity; and streacth. Exprieii Jireasseas sta
t(a whets Ibey mar be ueetf. Mdawiihua last whan
ood rrny iQey.sonuid sot, nor.aMM Bctaau
wnltOat pfodne43 effechr eeaftarr W aatara's
are ii sl
freaarea by ut. UU.f, n
lierstiBalJy. or byjaalLtenrU
inffall Tvare'drJease smll
UeO'l AiuU fix I . St Md Caaa.
octa dlw etwed ly
in it t
, ,i4EXECtJTOIlS SAIsE.
if A?l.r?'e L.j4Uu X. JUiMa. te.tPaaat4
county . soaai ten nines wait f MMayrUla.
oH.torr Lwwursr JirV Bt. aa XOKOA1
iitn dar.of Member, and from Jar ta Jm
bereeftert all' ttfeflprifia4 pwsrtrlirlsasriae
ujerLjtonv, ilwles. Jacks, Jeaaata, Cattl.
ouaap aau I10ZS ; (IQO nCHTS rw1
Is mf stn.i- luw
aau Las. hots r.lu- aar tlnaai.l aha kwka
younir aad very fine, ami a iortWH nf iha eat
eara ver watimOt. Un, u. ...... aj
aDuji.variety! otfier arttrlaa.
iAnd orthefirrtfioy nfniaar tlWre will aa
aiae oamsj pMa I Da Uact ui tasal ruaatt
ulrrui the hoefca; ewttkiatar aaaat laraa
superior radar fe&ee. and dlai
euna.trW'Ci6 renall. asaisV a
nl Ulv'daa laaa ma a
fields with Wie-Uvtue deseriathal af-amae
dwellJast house of sir ,r sevta rung, asaaaat
anir coffimodUtM. Xh oathaases are aew aast
&ua yottaz orchard : ltWr ar n
T.lesty ot aever-iaiiPBt. waear.
aaesonml nmiwrlv liill ha anLl aj, a rsialll
of twelve raoaths. axcrat where the "Whrehaee i
'are lewithiu fivadaHars, in whUfe aasajlhe eaah
jea.fes. uul.x.lien Hill be retataedjwi. rha least
JBtil the aarehale raaaar in aaM.
nT-"?d.. et .
ALFRED T. POPIV .
"P-h'-p '&. P. AMP.
lullv TTaa s ft. i , ..t . j . .a
Attorneys - at Xaw,
OUirr, Whls sl JerTrraois. 'Krolor
" BlilHi I