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J V U V ' '-Kew Advert lseiricri.a.J - V
W't call attention to the following adver
tinyuMit, which appear in this morning'tf
pJfr the Bret time The reader is
Krpferred'taHhcm in Another column;
iMX. Hamilton. No. 28 Setttlf .Oolleee L.
Tcra to rent for next yeS&teforfiBfionMs
Cos. G"and 8,Uro&d street.
Wra. (iamtile & Uo 'Hi Cbtrrry-atreet,
'announce a Delect catalogue 01 oooim lor
An assignee's pale of drv goodSfjhats and
oarw in Btore.aLjo.3 Public.Sqliare will
bo'commenced to day by L. Bamberger.
Robt, Mackenzie, corner Crawford and
Summer streets, offers for rent eight stalls
j.lni good comfortable stable. ' ''
' TheClty Council, through James Sloan,
chairman workhouse committee, advertises
V for sealed proposals tb furnish meat tithe
workhouse inmates for next year.
W. J. Parkea & Co., comer Church and
Summer, advertise " Christmas gifts," fire
works and fancier, in great variety..
In eur special column, Arrington & Far-
Pir, agents, advertise to sell the -Buchanan
arm, half a mile from Lavergne, on the
'N. and C. R. R., at 11 o'clock to-morrow.
. The steamer Nashville, CnuL Wiley
Slrams, leave to-morrow at 12 o'clock for
ThexjATk Prp. Cnow. The Alumni
" sf the University of Nashvslle, and friend
. Vend student of the late Prof. Nathaniel
Gross, are requested to assemble at the
room ef the Board of Education. Cherry
-r-rtreet, a few doom above Broad, thin after
noon, at 8 o'clock,
Notice wbrjJessile ami retail book adver
tisement ftPWm. Gamble & C , 2 CJierry
. -' OOntikuhd. The'OaselBf Cha'rles "Wolfe,
caused of having Molen three cows from
'.a farmer in 'Willlamfton county, wan jester
dayllreught up before 'Squire Wilkinson
and continued until to-day.
Wr. will sell our drew good for ess
tnosxy than those that advertise to sell at
rot. io iiuiumi.
. Camhron, OniHit &,Co.
The fines in the police court yesterday
'amounted in the ngereftate to three bun-
lredlandJ eight dollars.. No Jess tlianrfonr
persons were fined fifty dollars each.
Cotton has beoo shipped with great
bmkiiess'frem this city diiring'the last few
days. Nearly two thousand bales have
been nhipjwHl by rail during three days of
lasi week. , . ,
Livki.v. The city was very lively with
people yesterday. We noticed large nrtm
, tl herein .from theoonntry. The confection
ery stores, fancy baeaars and toy shop
were well patronized.
, i.xJjypu want a .(beautiful black or fony
silk'dreM pattern, fqr asmall sum of money,
go to fJAMEnfts, Ghikr it Co.
How In It? Yesterday morning we re
ceived the Columbia Herald and Gazette of
the 15th inst., and in the evening New
York papers of the Name dale. (This is a
' common occurrence.
Moms. Ottn Brothhks have ju&t re
ceived a large stock oi very choice flour
and groceries, whiuh they are offering to
the, trade at very low prices, ee adver
Gnx&T bargains in dry goods, at
CAMHnoif, GmHn& Co.
The Nashville and Chattanooga Rajl
1 'road yesterday lost the shipping of twelve
. car-loads of stock, because they refused to
'take the drivers free or charge The own
ers of the stock shipped by the Nashville
, J and Decatnr Railroad, which gave them
through transportation to theit destination
in Northern Georgia. -
Accident on tbe Xiuhvllle und Deratbr
y t , Itnllrond.
"Tift passenger train on the Nashville and
Decatur Railroad, due here at 11:53 yester
day morning did not arrive, having met
with an accident between Carter's Creek
. Station and'Dark'a Mill. The accident was
caused.. by the spreading of the track.
Three passenger cars were overturned and
considerably dan-aged. Fortunately, no
1 person was seriously hurt. The passengers
came in on the evening train.
bargains in dress goods
Cameron, Grier & Co.
Soiree and Suiter. At the request of
the many persons who attended the supper
given in Edgefield recently, for the benefit
of St. Stephon's Church, the same will 'be.
repeated next Frldav night, at Stubbs' new
hall, corner of Woodland and Tulip streets,
'when lho attractive- feature of music will
be added. Let all the friends of St.
Stephen's and the public generally attend ;
they "Will be aure of spending a pleasant
evening, and contributing to a good cause.
Admission to soiree and nipper only fifty
lr vou want to buy dry good cheap, mo
JRITR & CO,
TDwOHATtOnr. A man named Max.Rid-
. dleyf was yesterday arraigned before'Sqiure
tWilkinson on the charge or having leen
one of the parties engaged in stealing rat.
tie from a nlanter in Williamson, lhe
testimony failed to establish lhe alleged
stealing, and Mr. Riddley was discharged
from custody. The owners of the stolen
cattle, we understand, are determined to
, brine the eniltv parties to iusfiee, and
stroneeflorts will be made to ferret them
Another large lot of carpets, nil-cloths,
and curtains, ju't received by
. Cameron, Grier A Co;
Criminal Court. In the case of the
State v. Philip Antoni and Chas. Moore,
charged with the murder of policeman
Kennel Irj a jury was obtained yesterday
about eleven o'clock, after three days and
a half had been exhausted, lhe examina
tion of witnesses commenced immediately.
and some six or seven testified yesterday
afternoon. We understand that there are
a large number to give evidence in the
case, and verv likelv the entire week may
lt consumed in the hearing of witnesses
. X 'alone.
TiiEnew Mock of carpeti, just, received
I by Oameroii, Offer A tKVro tiie fimnt
they have ever had in their hnne. and at
The Chamber of Commerce We
learn that the committee apointed to con
sider the proposition of Mr. W. Gordon
have completed'negotiations with that gen
tle'inan wheri'bv a suitably fumihed lull,
-together with daily telegrams, newspaper,
eta, will Ik? furnished for three thousand
dollars per vear. The Chamborwill, there
fore, after the first of January. legin under
the new arrangement, with the stiperriston
of Mr. Gordon. Datlv meetings will lie
held, and the hall will he open from 9
o'clock m the morning to V. M. rnbiic
.sales will be one of the new features inau
reunited, and if these arrangements are sue
fr't.iii l j if- n 1 : '.I... .!,.. ;n
be,Tlle Hoard of Trade and Chamber of
Commerce will leap from a condition at
almost nononlitv to he one of the ruline
J'tpewew la the trade and ommercft of the
Ut i nno f,mTi;,r trltli th lilitnrr of
the Chamber of Commerce in the past,
knows well that heretofore it has been sua
tainediand supported by a few Individuals,
whoihave borne the burdens of expense
from a feeling of pride in keeping up in
.-1 hafhville an institution possessed by every
other citv of equal nate in the United
Don't fail to go to Cameron, Grier &
Cb.'s, and see the new styles of carieting
Tht.ftiesde M aeqmintaaca of Uie late Or.
'A.' A. HiTcnta are inrftej to attend hit funeral
Tram tbe rerideoee of Mr. LeKr Arartrenrr
South Oellejro ttreet. thU (Wedathlay) after-
noon at 2o el oak.
CertaeslM by tbe Wiendat Onler of Old
Tellotr Pine rioorlnjr, at law priPe. cor
atr of Crawford and North Summer ate. Itf
Accident oa tlie LouUvlile and tXnsL
vlHe'Katlroad A- IJirjre Ifnmber of
The five o'clock passenger train on the
Louisville and Nashville railroad, which
left this city yesterday morning, jumped a
switch at Buck Lodge, thirty-sir miles from
Nashville, 'by whicK the three passenger
coaches were thrown into the ditch. The
engine nnd baggage caremained on tthe
track and- esca'rwitnWt damage, other
wise the accident might have proved much
i j tt ,, . ' L
more serious than it was. Io one wad
killed, and but two persons were seriously
injured; quite a number, however, sus
tained painful cuts and bruised.
The following named individuals were
more or leis injured about the head : Mrs.
Boig, of Louisville: Miss M. Miller, Louis
ville; A. Golamish, New York; Robt,
Davis, of Bristow; Mr. Krnshardt, St.
Louis; Allen Vawfell, of Nashville'; M.
Nears, Lincoln county. Tennessee ; J. M.
Vawlett, Broeksville; Win. Taylor, conduc
tor of train, head severely cut; Capt. El
hin. of Louisville; J. L. Goig, of Cincin
nati, had his head severely cut; C. B.
Schaffer, head cut and arm burnedj Major
W. If. Hunter, Logan county. Ohio, hand
burned ; Mn Griffith, of Nashville, knee
cap burstctlj Mr. Strong, of Nashville,
shoulder-blade broken; J- M. Carter, ctm-nissioa-of
The last named gentleman was 'no severe
ly hurt that he was left at Bowling Green.
The genlleraenjrom Nashville, mentioned
above, were Iefl at Franklin and returned
to the citv last night by the eight o'clock
train. The remainder of the passengers
went on to Louisville by the noon train.
We understand that the. Daasencer care
were'ndt-mnchjyhureiPahfl wm'be at once
replaral on the track.
PotiCR ' Courts There were quite a
number of cases up before the police court
Mr. Johnson; for failing to. Ukdue pra
oantions In blasting, was fined . fifty-four
P. J. Coyle, for disorderly condhct.'was
Gned fifty -four dollars, which he paid and
Frank Phillips was Uisorilerly to the ex
tent of nine dollars.
Joe Wilson was drunk, and disorderly.
Tfor which offenses against1 good order and
propriety he paid the sum of fifty-four
Joseph (Wilson was also fined fifty-four
dollars fur having transgreised the bounds of
good order and propriety by conducting
.himself in a disorderly manner. . .
J. M. Felts Was disorderly to the extent
of four dollars.
Miss Gallupe for being disorderly was
fined the sum of fourteen dollars. Not
having sufficient funds on hand, she went
down to the workhouse to recreate for a few
days on the stone-pile.
Miss Kmma Turner, dT the Smoky Row
brigade, was taxed twenty-nine dollars for
having been drunk and disorderly. Not
having sufficient stamps on hand with
which to liquidate this unexpected demand
upon her exchequer, she was sent down to
the limestone retreat for a month. She
will board at the expense of the city, and
will take regular exercise upon the stone
Mtss Walden was disorderly to the ex
tent of nine dollars, which she paid, and
Thomas Moran, one of the parties em
ployed in the careless blasting opposite th'e
Commercial Hotel, by which a gentleman
passing at the time 'had lus llead severely
hurt, was fined fourteen dollars.;
S. C. Sullivan forked over nine dollars
for disorderly conduct, of which he was
found guiliv. '
Jennie Taylor, once more on the disor
derly lit, was taxed fourteen dollars.
Mutlenl nnd Ilrmnntlr.
enjoying" an extraordi
nary dearth of public amusements. The
season last fall opened with two theatres.
but they have both been long closed, and
even the jUngrant shqwBihave failed us.
We have culled the following musical
and dramatic personnel amf iniseellaney
from our last exchanges, and we doubt' not
it will be perused with interest by our
The Bateman opera closed an engage
ment at Cincinnati, Saturday, and departed
immediately for Chicago.
ostoolii3 playing at Woods theatre,
Cincinnati, at which place of amusement
Yankee Lock was to have appeared Mon
day night. Locke is considered the best
commcdian in this country.
The Webb sisters, who have played seve
ral engagements in this city, are at the
Academy ot Music, .Milwaukee.
Maggie Mitchell is at UeUarra lheatre,
Miss Laura Keene is at the hew Thea
Mike Lipmans circus is also in Mem
phis. ' ' ' i !
Arlle Zoeis at the M. Charles ihealre.
New Orleans. "
Hanlon Brothers are now in Memphis.;
Chas. Dillon is at the Rochester Opera
House, New York. t
The receipts of the throe principal
theatres in San Francisco, California, du
ring the month pr September were as follows-
Magui re's Opera Home, $19,277;
Metroplltan, $20,147; Olympic, $7,171.
Mr. Joseph Price, through whose pres
ence of mind and courage the Chestnut Street
Theater was recently preserved from de
struction by fire, ismeeting with that rewad
which Iiis exertions, .on the occasion re
ferred to' are deserving of. Through Mr.
J, E. McDonough, who has interested him
self, in the matter, several insurance compa
nies and individuaUliavc contributed the
sura of t350 for Mr. Price' benefit, and
others will probably follow his example.
Jiuwin iorrest. commences an engage
ment at the New Chestnut Street Theater,
Philadelphia, in January.
Mr. and- Mrs.'FiorenceJ who have been
fillintr a brilliant ewraeement at the How
ard Ath'eneum, Ronton, were to dose there
On the TltM inst. . . . .
John E. Owens commences an engage
ment ot Wallaok's Theatre,. New lbrk.
next Monday evening, opening in "Solon
Mr. and Airs.- uarnev Williams are tin
derlined to appear at the New Chestnut,
Philadelphia, on the withdrawal ot the
- .... .
"Long Strike' now running at that hmi?e
"t.A... tw.i. mil.
VI, UlfUlll WlVIUUvl Mtlil. v
JoeJeileraan is lhe descendant ol nlamilv
of actors. His grandfather plaved Clandi-
lis in me uauiteioi xyaviu nirru k, mm ins
. . . 1 TT . 1 . f t 1 1 1 1
father was on the stage contemporary with
l;ookc, Klliston, Incleilon, and the elder
. . . . T . .-.
Messrs. Rossini, Frederigo Ricci, the
librettists Piava and Solera, and the cho-
reeranh Saint Leon have all received the
oroer oi .uexanucr iesiry irom tne t.m-
lieror of Kussia. lhis decoration is in
each case provided with the not unpleasant
addition of onethouionu roubles pension.'
M. Fctis lias discovered. o he assures
ine Ktazrne munaue, ine enure plan anu
prfigrainmeot Ueelhoven s "Pastoral mm
phony, in an orchestral work by Knecbt,
an obseiire musician belonging to the l'a
The Americns Dramatic Troupe, com
' I posed chiefly of competitor; and pressmen,
,,J gave a dramatic entertainment at Washing
ton lull, Hrooklyn, h. D., on Thursday
in aid of the Orphans Home. An attrac
tive hill was offered.
Miss Kate Reignolds is readv to noeoli
ate with managers for the introduction of
"Armadale,"' a copyright of which she has
purchased from Miss Olive Logan.
Miss Stlla Bonheur, the operatic artiste.
willahortlv tigurema law suit, which may
result in her coming into the possession of
npwarus oi siuwo. ;
TwoTisitors to'theinpera iri Paris, ti few
weeks ago, disagreed over the merits iof
-Patti, until , one .,-of thw interripted th(
I criticism or the other with a pistdl shot
Happily no one ws brt, and the offender
J.Mt .has dinisfced Ida' nntorie, the
' Christ." of which several portions, uir
ticuiarlythe'beahUtndes' hd paternoster,
have been executed at various places
A San Francisco pajr says that Miss
Alice Kuigbnry, the actress, went to the
Baptist Church in that city, recently, and
volunteered to teach a class in the Sunday
school. The t)fler was" accepted, and' the
Saperintendcat. complimented the lady on
the manner in which she pcriorn.ed tli
duties. He, however, when lecturing to
the children on their dnttee, warned them
to shun the theatre, far it was a 1" light
house of hell, and all actors and actresses
were emissarieaof the devil." Miss Kinsrs-
bnry got up and stated that she was an
actress-and a member of the church, and in
short speech defended the profession in
manner that .laced ftors ftt combat the man
who had opened thenar.
' f tocalJottlnB?. t) f-
Gen'eral Gillem'ius returned1-home to
spend the holidays with his family.
Dr. Smith, whose long stay in Nashville
has been rendered notorious, for the length
of time he has spent in prison and the
workhouse, was yesterday released from
the latter institution. The Doctor, it will
be remembered, is tho celebrated Balti
more physician, who ' whenyou meet him
again is to be in such difierent circum
stances." The unfortunate man has doubt
less seen better days, but he is now a
sad spectacle of what continued dissipation
an accomplish. He is beyond the power
of reform, and will probably be again ar
rested in a few days for vagrancy or drunk-ennesi-.'
On Friday a person, giving his name
as Charles Moore, and hailing frOni Clarks
ville, put up at the Rock City Inn, wfth a
young,and prepossessing woman, whom he
stated he had married but a few days "be
fore. On Sunday morning, Mr. Moore left
the city on the Chattanooga train, and the
evening of the same day a woman' stopped
at the Inn searching for Moore, who it
seems is her husband of several years stand
ing. There is a matrimonial muddle in
the case nomewhere, it is very evident. The
woman learning the direction the fugitive
couple had taken, left in pursuit by the next
train. We hope she may be successful and
overtake her absconding spouse. The
parties, from their appearance, all be
longed evidently to the better cls of so
ciety. " ' '
An old and well known German who has
resided in'this citv a number ofjrears, died
very suddenly at his place of Residence on
Deaderick street, Sunday morning.
Gen. W. B. Lewis, of the Freednien's
Bureau, has returned from his trip to West
Tennessee, whither he went to inquire into
some rumored outrages against the colored
people of Obion county. The General has
not yet heard from the officers whofwere
tent to inquire into the alleged impotitipns
upon the negroes. The shortness of crops
in many counties of this portion of the
State has made it impossible in many in
stance for the farmers and planters to ful
fill their contracts with the negroes, and
the result has been numerous civil suits.
From our exchanges we learn that in
many portions of the State, especially in
the more removed and out of the way dis
tricts, lawlessness seems to be on the in
crease. Judging from the amount of ras
cality which is perpetrated in tlie best set
tled districts of the State, we can imagine
something of the condition of the country
where the facilities for enforcing the laws
are far less effective than in the well popn
g Lieutenant Alexander, of the night po
lice,' a most faithful and" efficient officer,
will be a candidate for the captaincy of the
night policej at the election in the City
Council, Thursday night week.
Yesterday was an extremely damp, dis
agreeable ahd lowering day. ' The temper
ature has moderated considerably, and is
anything but like wintery now.
The firemen of Clarksville are to give a
magnificent ball on Wednesday night after
Business at the several maeiat rates of
fices yesterday was duller than ever. Civil
suits to the exclusion of criminal cases,
was the order of the day.
lhe steamer A. Maker coming down trom
the upper Cumberland ran into some over
hanging trees yesterday, knocking down
both her clumnevs and producing other
lhe steamer Havana, going through the
bridge at Clarksville, collided with the
pier and sustained some considerable dam
age. She escaped without damaging, any
of her freight, however.
The Eraoeror of Brazil has appointed a'
'Board of Health " to investigate and de
cide what proprietary remedies should be
admitted into the country and what ex-
luded. After Fome months session they
have reported condemning them all except
Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co.'s preparations. Three
of those they recommend tlie Empe
ror to admit for the benefit of ilia
public health, wlule they hold the
fourth, Cherry Kectoral, under advise
ment for further information respecting one
of its ingredients morphine, which, while
so Extensively employed anil; bo highly es
teemed as a remedy in this country, is
scarcely known in that. Of all the other
medicines before them, the Imperial com
mission say, no one ot them merits any la-
vor whatever, oi protection trom this uov-
ernment, as thoy contain nothing new nor
any specific virtues not 'fully known and
used by our own physicians, 'lhe imperial
government has accordingly prohibited
them all from admission through the cus
tom house, except the remedies of our dis
tinguished countrymen above mentioned
a discrimination by their learned men,
very like that to which experience has led
the American people. Botlon Herald.
Look nt for Breakers!
ONE AND ALL!
TAON'T VOU SEE THAT WE ARE 8UR
J rounded by Fast Mon. Fat Horses. Fa?t
Hailraatl Arciitrnlt and Innumerable Sinain-W?
Then Is it not POLICY to take out an
AtClaiK.Vr InnllllAaiT. rui.II.1.
which guarantees tft the assured 85.000 in rase
of death caused by nny kind of an accident, or
in case ofinjurjj
jgtG.OO per Weolc
compensation for a period not to exceed twenty-
six vieew ror any one injury, nu.'n a. rniiry ran
Iia nlitnined nf thf
Southern Life Insurance. Go.,
OF MEMPHIS, TENN., '
on the following terms- One day 23c; two days
6XV;threodars Tet f.mr days SI 00: fire days
SI ten days thirteen Uays S3 IV, uneen
days ii M: twenty days $1 thrity days SO 00;
twommuns sv w: inrce lunmns 3ii v, mwe
months 3' 00. All of the abore-mcntioned Pol
icies and Tickets onn be secured at a moment's
notice from any Railroad Ticket Office In the
city, orofnny of tho principal Railroad Ticket
OBices throughout the entire South. Also at No.
C North Cherry Street. Nashville, Tenn.. office of
dec!3-3m " Oen'I Afent S. Ij. fns. Co.
T.OOK OUT FOU KAKAINN
BOOTS AND SHOES,
NO. 21 ITKI.I SQUARE,
OPENS THIS DAY AN ENTIRE NEW
CtiHtom-M rule Room and Shoes
vhich he will sell at Panic Prices. Those in want
of irood. durahle. styih work will find them nt
greatly redueeu price.
Old NUrlt KellliiK I.".h Tlinu ',
TY I) ECU ME IN CHANCERY. IN THE CAS
Jj of J no. W. Walker vs. the Sheriff of Davidson
, .1 I r . f .1
couniy nnu oioen1, i aiu uireneu 10 rem jttr vivo
year 1SiI7 the lollowInK property, vit:
ine aiore iiouse now occupieu oy .iie.-krj. i.
P.. UhMlhum .t (V
The Store House on Church street occupied by
Messrs. Hamilton .t Oreen. And b Storo Room
between 111" tiro homes above mentioned.
ThOfc uifhing to rent will ealla me at R. B.
ineatham .v: ld. .. corner oi cnurcn ana uouege.
decS-tf IS.) R. V. WOODS. Trustee.
Dwelling mid Iot for Sale.
M. It. Howell, Adm'r, etc, vs. Mary A.
bneltnn et au.
DIRKOTKl) BY A UECREK OF THE
Count' t'-ourt. uf Davidson county, at its
at Public ale. at the south end 1 the Uuurt
Hou. in lhe citv of Nashville, on SATURDAY.
the ISHh day of December. !'?. the Lot of
(Iround nn Broad street. West Nashville, belong
ing to tha estate ef -M. L. Shelton. deceaed,
fronting ."IE leer on Uroad street, ana running
tuck lSi) feaL on which is a desirable and wel
built two story ltrlejcv Dn riling;, contain
ing eight rooms, eood cellars, cistern, aad every
ennveniesce. Sale to take rdace at 12 o'clock.
and rurchaier.' will please examine tbe premises
H.forA ditr of sftle
TERMS Oae-third casb, balance on credit of
six, twelve una eigmccn mnnms, wun lniemi,
lien, etc P. L. N10HOL. Clerk,
declt A NELSOX Jt CO., Agents.
n salt: on nr.sr. the eleoa
J resWeocsof tha late Dr. John M. Wateou
a Urge frame bouse, out-buildlncs, etc, witn
11 M-lttl a.KL aivulnl ts salt nurchaserf. Will
beseldat a brfin fer the next ten days. If
not sold by the 35th instant, will be rented to a
good tenaatter UN. ln meat raioaoie pro
perty is just outside the corporation, frsntlng
$H Union jtroet.
PEBKIXS, SWKKS0X & 0.
General Cominisiloii Jlerchants,
Mo. 46 Qmo&itWt, cor. llnl-a street. Ktw priMB
K. Y't of Austin, Tx.
W . M. PsIRKlXkB, I
1. L. KE11NI0N,
ot farklas A Oo tt.lt.
TrunkSi iValises, Bags Elc,
2S herr3' Street.
U3L.!!ilit mlv ta orjr aod vrBrrBtl to
ctT-tfsp. ' ' 1
26 Public Square.
HATS AND C A PS,
Of Try lttrn, iUr n.I QuaHlj-, for
MflV, MilY", AN 11 Iff I.UKK,
F.:U R S.
V bar an entirely nevr tui J complate Jtk of
LADIES AND MIOSES' FUR9L
ncTl7-ly ' ,
& WALK Hit.
H N. Macii. K. R. Deivck. a, a. Baows:
MACEY, DRIVER, & BRO.WN,
Hardware and. Uitlery,
U3I A!) LEATHER KLTIN(J,
Mill Materials . , Generally,
No. 82 West Sldo Pnbllc Sqiiarp. ,
Guns ! Guns !
UK SPECIAL ATTENTION
OK THOSE IN
Fine Hi i d (Inn,
l)ecr jlJtinp, utl t
Sinull-Uiue Hquirrr! (luiif,
It lartled to "our ttoclc, trhlrh ri'axi oow 'Vecalvlug
from the manufacturer! In England, (our ownf Im
porutlon.) conilntlag of Outu made ty the f.illoirlng
V. W. GREENER,
S. B0LT.IS A SON,
and other good makers. Haying a largo stock of tlio
above in store, we will offer extra inducements to
tho-w desiring to purchase.
MACEY, DIUYER & BROWN,;
No. na West Bide Public Square.
Haio, or- a Faria.-On Thursday, at 11
o'clock a. Sf., December 20, 1303, we will sell, on
the premises, that beautiful Farm of 315 acres,
known as tho " Buchanan Farm," one-half mile
from the town of Lavergne, fifteen miles on the
N. andCR. R. Those who want a good farm
had better attend this sale. Sale without reserve.
dec!9-2t Aebixqtox ir Farbah, AgenU.
For Snl nt a. Variratn A complete set'
of Mahogany Marblo-top (very fine and almost
new) Chamber Furniture Apply .to
dec 2t 21 and 23 North College St.
Clirlslmjw. Isadora Oianne. C. Summer
treet, is ready to furnish all styles of Christ-
m& confections, suair toys, candies, cakes,
etc.. nt as low urai as any wholesale house In
the city. As all his gooils'areof home manufac
ture, he has a peculiar claim on the patronage of
our people. declS-lw
Wby Delay purchasing your Coal until you
are entirely out and the weather biting cold,
when Knight Bros., No. 49 Church street, are
selling their choice Round Coal at ONLY 0 00
PER LOAD, delivered In any part of the city.
The Best Blacksmith Coal in the city
for sale by Knight Bros, at Twenty Cents per
bushel Also parked in hogsheads ready for
shipment In a moment's notice. dei-3
ftaBonrd I'ojinlar- I.nmber,
Crawford and North Summer streets
Bnlldlns Lumber of all kinds.
Crawford and North Summer streets.
(Vtlrti PoHtn nnd
North Summer street.
rornerof Crawford and
White IMri Flooring manufactured by
Knight Bro.'s, on Rolling Mill Hill, for sale at
reduced prices. Office. No. 49 Church street.
Jnst ilerelved, a large assortment of Ladle?
Dress Furs and Hats at LisnK i Bro.'s,
nnvl-2ra 41 North Collage street.
A Sore Fit Care. Dr. Hilbkut's Pile
Instrument positively cures the worst rases of
piles. Gent by mall on receipt of $4. Circulars
free. Sold by Druggists. Agents wanted every
where. Address J. B. Rokiixk. Manager, N-
575 Broadway. New York. Inovl" 3m
ror CbrUtmaa bins. Toys. Dolls, Fancy
Goods, Work Boxes, false Faces, and illow
AVare, in great variety.
Gpxteitu Jt Scmrr,
dec2-2(H i9 Union street.
Wiueall From the Lo.yowor.TH Vineyard
and Wine House. Cincinnati.
W. P. 4 F. P. SDttso. Proprietors.
Coldcn Weddtngrpariilliis: "ntnwbn.
Dry Catawba. Isabella, elc. Tht.se Wines
are furnished at much lower rates than imported
goods, and for purity and boquet are excelled yh
none either native or foreign.
Ascarn. CniATiu-M & Co.
Ki.ixk & 8aSRlK.
R. B. Chkitbam Jtr Co.
For Attorney General Elvrntli Jn
dlclnl nutrtrl. We are authorized to nn
nounce A. C. Hicksy, Esq.. as a candidate for
Attorney, General, for tbe Eleventh Judicial
District, composed of the counties of Giles. Mar
shall. Maury. Lawrence, Lewis and Hickman,
Hoots nnd Sbora Clirap nt SO Public
Nquare. In consequence of a contemplated
change in my business, I ofitr the best selection
of Boot and Shoes -at greatly reduced prices.
The buyer be he a. consumer or a merchant-
will surely profit by examining my stork of
goods, before supplying himself, as I am quite iri
earnest to give bargain". Max. L. Gcttm axx1.
s epfi-tf No. 2D Public Square,
Choice Groceries st Tot len. Arrived
at last, the following carefully selected and
richly prepared goods, which he Is selling very
low for cash, at wholesale and retail: Fresh can
ned fruits, green peas, corn, egg plumbs green
gages, shaker preserves, guara jelly, calves feet
jelly. Cox'a gelatine, aerated crackers, dried
plumbs, blackberries and currants, oat meal sago,
tapioca, sattngloea starch, Java, Laguayra. Mo
cha, Maricabo and Rio coffee. Also, Imporled
and domestic wines and brandies, at W. W
Tot ten's 21 and 23 College street. Nashville.
To Consumptive. The Adreilieer. bar
Ing been restored to health In a few weeks, by a
very simple ramedy.aitexbaving suffered jeveTal
year with a Severe lung affection, and that
dread disease. Consumption is anxious to mak
known to his fellow-sufferers tha means of cure.
To all who desire It, ha will send a ropy of the
prescription used, (free of charge), with the di
rections forpreparing and using tho same, which
they will And a sens Cstx pox Coxscurrros.
Asthka, Btoscains, Jte. The only object of
the advertiser in sending the Prescription, is to
benefit the afflicted, and spread information
which ho jMneeives to be invaluable; and hopes
every sufferer will try this remedy, ai it will cert
them nothing, and may r-rore a blessing.
Parties wishing the prescription, will pleas
addresa Rev. EDWARD A. WILSON.
Williamsburg. Sings county. New York.
Dwelling House For Ren
On Union .Street,
(Opposite New Theatre.
In consequence of the lines being down,'
eost.during business hours yesterday, we are
without our iwnal quotations of gold and
There is but little change in nnenrreut
BankjQf .Tennewee was decidedly lower
and 47c was all tli.it our brokers were pay
ing. Planters' Bank was lower, as most of the
recent 'Of ders have been,.filIedi ';Brokera
are now paying 83c and asking 35c.
Union Bank may be quoted at 80c buy
ing and 82c selling dull.
Southern bank notes are very dull in
deed, and wtf hear of no improvements in
Tates. . . -
The only sale- of Tennessee bonds re-'
ported in New York on the 14th inst. was
$10,000 ex coupons at 69c.
The hasty withdrawal of thirteen mil
lions df currency and the financial spasm
which it caused have had the natural result
of awakening popular prejudice against
contraction altogether. The Chicago pa
pers My that leading commercial and
manufacturing interests are preparing to
send to Washington deputations, for the
purpose of representing to Congress the
concern with which Ihey regard the bear
ing of the proposed policy of the Treasury
Department upon their several interests,
and especially to protect against the policy
of contraction of the currency.
There is a 'strong feeling in the country
Ihatdt was a mistake to authorize the Na-
tianal Banks to issue currency to the
amdiiut of $300,000,000 upon the bonds of
the United States, and it seems .that the
sense of tlie House of Representatives has
been tested upon this point. On the 17th
inst., Mr. Cook, of Illinois, offered a reso
lution " that the committee on banks and
currency be instruced to inquire into the
expediency of providing by law for the
withdrawal of thectirrency issued by the Na
tional Banks as fast as the same can be
done without- injustice to the banks, and
supplying the place of snch.currency with
legal tender notes issued by the govern
ment," and this resolution was rejected by
only three majority. 1 hu may be re
garden as an indication of the feeling of
tke.country in regard to the national bauk
ing law, and if seems evident that the lead
ers of the dominant party are preparing to
abandon that currency and supply its place
as indicated bv Mr. Cook. They argue
that the .government should not . pay out
from $15,000,000 to $20,000,000 per year in
interest upon bonds to sustain this currency,
while this currency might be supplied by
tlie issue of legal tenders, anil thin save not
only the interest paid upon the. bonds used as
banking capital, bnt reduce the bonds to
the extent of the currency issued. The
Cincinnati Qaxetle, a leadingRadical organ,
takes, the fpllowing view of the currency
Such is the magnitude of the evil of a re-
Hnnilmt currency that it is believed to be neces
sary that we should as rapidly as possible chance
lour nanured millions ot non-inierest Deannz
government notes into gold bonds, in order to
contract the currency. And yet there are some
who propose ts increase the
National iianlc eir-
culation from twenty-five to one hundred mil-
The result or. tne operation will be to pay
(upon the larger amount) six millions in gold per
year in interest, and the principal in gold at the
last, to nave ine uanns issue currency ia iuc
place of that which the government withdraws.
If currency is needed, why withdraw it at such a
cost? If it is an evil, why pay so dearly font?
We have done nonce, adding three hundred
millions to an inflated currency, and paying
eighteen millions a year interest that tne ban us
might issue it rather than the government.
Ought not that to suffice on that line of policy?
As to the quota for the Southern banks, we are
under no obligations to pay such a price to sup
ply them with notes. It the amount ot currency
is already too great, a sufficient amount can be
withilriwn from the Northern banks to fUDIily
our Southern brethren who were wool gathering
when the Pie was opened, inere is one conso
lation for them in any event: which ts that all
the banks together cannot carry three hundred
millions on specie payments, n we are to nave
nnv inert-use nf currencv. let it be in Treasury
notes, to take up the interest bearing debt, in
stead of paying interest to give others this privi
The currency question ia assuming a very
unsettled condition, and we should not be
surprised if the vole in the House of Rep
resentatives on Mr. Cook's rt solution should
not tend to further unaettle this very deli
The gradual decrease in legal tender
notea ia exhibited by the following etate
inentt ?& 13ou.
unel-. ...AVA1C0.W9 April 1 -M3.KJ8
Sept'berl- GS4.133.9f9 Mayl SC3,213,3&9
uctober l ii,ia,y June ati,i4u,.-3
December 1 rCO.iO;433 August 1 663,873,868
13Gt. beptcmber l - uv.ii3.r&:
Jnnuarvl... R14.780.430 October 1. 5M.677.432
February 1- G12.4M.aM November 1.. 533.707.92.'
March 1 005.981.414 December 1-. 532.828,989
The decrease, therefore, between the be-'
ginning of June, 1SC5, nnd December 1,
18CC, was $12G,331,5S0.
The progress of inflation by means of
the National Bank Rsues is thus shown:
June 10 5137.772.7f6 Slarrht -.2DS,432.7iM
July 10. lW.lKS.lBS April 1 264.247.170
Aumst i. iuJia,jo way jj zh,bh,ii
Sept'berS- 177.487,220 June 10 .... 278.y0a.675
n.ml.r fi. 19t.182.fi20 Ancnst 18.A. 283.403.775
Nov 'ruber 5 2U7.212.K5U eptemter I.. 23.via.s2
December 3 225.402,825 October 1 2y3.H32.000
lStii iMovemueri i,AiiH.5.
January?-- 240.004.565 Decembers 299,836.931
February t 21,w,kv
The increase, a here indicatetl, between
June 10,,18G5,and November 1, 1860, wa
$102,17-1,220, hhowing an addition to the
currency in the aggregate of nearly thirty-
six millions during this time. '
The New York Herald saya in its .mo
ney article of the 14th instant:
Mnnev is abund.int at six per cuat on call.
nn.l It has been offered freely at this rate to day.
and on government securities at five. There is.
consequently, no reason lor apprenenston on
mnnetaiy erounus. wane me uisposuion oi me
Trsunrr. alike with that of Conrress. nnnears
td be favorable to a non-disturbance of the cur
rency in any form. The disbursement ot the in
terest on the seven-thirty loan (second series)
trill commence to-uiorrow. and this will further
swell the volume of loanable funds and etimu-
lat tneculation for a nseon the block .x
change. On the 15tli of January the interest on
the third series will till due and tend in the
nmr direction. The eovernraent is already Pro
vided with the means ofnayinir this interest, as
theballanceofS107.7W.374 In the Sub-Treasury
this evening goes to prove. An effort was made
by the bears to create a contrary impression, and
and that the Treasury would require to draw
Upon its national bankr depositanesr but the
best answer to tnis is mat tne government uo-
iiiHil in the bants ot tnis cur amount to nut a
trirlinesum. and that the country banks were
drawn upon unusually cliwo only two or three
weeks ago. The return now ot currency trom the
West continues, and tbe banks generally report
an increased supply of funds in proportion to
the demand. There U a very limited amount of
commercial paper offering, and tbe best grade
paxses at WS7 per tent.
The following will show the receipts of
cotton at the various ports since the 1st of
.September, and the stocks on hand at-the
New Orleans. Dec. II .1-2..S.137
Mobile. Dee. 11.
Savannah. Dec. 14
Charleston, Dec. 12-.-
Texas, .Dec; 1..
North 'Carolina.- Dec-
New Vbrk. Dec.14, (estimated
Totals- A74.C63 462,823
The New Orleans iVi'rc Current, of the
8th inst.,; publishes the .following, which
will interest cotton growers and dealers in
this section :
We publish below the proceedings of our
Chamber of Commerce ou tbe "Memorial of
cotton factors and others," advising-a change of
the present mode or classltying cotton. It will
be seen from this that our New Orleans quota
. I . r,. . t . 4W.m ).i. lln.lnM..nl tn
conform to those of Liverpool, as they did before
the war. We consider this return to the old
standard as calculated to relieve all parties in
tha cotton business from many embarrasimeDtJ.
and we, therefore, gtrcfft tbe movement our
The committee to whom was referred tha
"Memorial of cotton factors and othert," beg
leave to report, that:
Whereas, custom and the utaxcj of trade nav
Ions- since established a code of cotton classifica
tion and corresponding quotations therewith, ia
tne Liverpool cotton morsci, msi oeiug toe
largest and rreatcit cotton market in the world
and whereas, the Liremool classification l
deemed the standard classification, and pre
vails in allitbe cotton markets oi Amenca
excett New Orleans: and whereas, this differ
enee of Classification and consequent quotations
which ptevaUs in the New Orleans market, is
Srodortive of errors, misconceptions, loss and
iseatisfartiot. on tbe part of shippers and buyers
in this market; and whereas, such want or con
fhrmltT is inconsistent with a SDirit of fair deal
ing, such as should always characterise the mer
chants of this citv: therefore be It
Resolved, That hereafter the classification of
cotton in this market shall M ia eontoruity to
th LlTernocl classification. and auotalions shall
be made and published in accordance Therewith.
Resolved. That the sample of each grade, as
selected by tne roaimiuee ona aepueiira wuu
th Seretrv of tha Chamber of Commerce, bt
and they are hereby declared the criterion ot
GENEIl ALMAIIKETS .
Orricg of the UxtoKAsn Dispatch, 1
The. cotton market during, the t present
week has fluctuated considerably. At the
first of tho week the pnee'reached aa high
The prices yesterday ranged from 23 to
29 tJents, and closed extremely dulL
The following comprised the transactions
for the dav:
The transhctlons'fortlie week foot
The shipments, as will be seen by the,
above, -have been very large, tdtrrihg tbj
last week. For three days the shipments?
footed ttpv nearly SjOOO bales.' -
The wholesale grocery market during the
past week has been tolerable 'gribd, cspeci-
any tinnng tlie lasl two uays. e navq
very few changes to make iu quotations
since our last weekly review. Save a slieh
declineinsugar the market has not changed
BAcox.-PricftMtiill anil nominal. Th
supply is small.
Floub, Is firm and in demand at the
following figures: Extra, ?11 50; XX
$1314: XXX, S1415; fancv,$15 50.
Salt. Goes oil" briskly at $4 per barrel J
Full supply in market. t
Sugar. Has declined lc. on all grades)
and is now quoted at,1410c. .
Coffee. Is firm at 20 J(dy)c. j
Candles. V quote as follows: Slarj
, .-i r.rt i it r rv r . r A I . '
I0(o.2UC; lauow, ?-t ouiu-u ou rr iwa.
Molasses. New Orleans S0c$l. 00 per
Dried Arpr.ra. In little demand at 046
Dried Peaches. Rather shakey at 22c
for peeled, and 14c per pound for nnpeeledi
.Nails. In small ileinaiut at b per
keg for ten pennya. ,
Ropk. In fair demand at lS27c. .
Bagoino.Is selling at S537c. ;
Cotton- Yarn Is firm at232.jCi,27fi
QrA'in. 'Tlie grain market has' lieen
quite dull during the last week and but lit
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH.
eiv York Slock nnd Money Market;
closed at 137j. fitonoy easy at tinner rates.
Sterling steady. (lorernment securities are a
shade higher. 6's coupons 112: 5-20's 107JS;
10-IOs 100 : 7-30's Alicunraa Mnking t una
lwinJiR-ir KrieTlV: Ilea. line 107.
Nivtosr. Dee. 18. lhe demand tor money
on call loans was Ireely met at O per cent on
stock collaterals, and 5 per cent, on Government
sMMiritie. Discounts range from 64 to 7. Oold
- vnWr At thn close and went un to 137i4.
The rise on American seenritics In London had
i depressing effect on premiums, uovernment
nnriii nersin better demand and there was
- - -- . . . . . i
general advance in prices. o-2u a registeirea ot
2106J4W106!-J, coupons 1U7--;IU7: do ot Ti
IfiClOi?; ho counons fTi IKOSlm- do Jan-
iir nd Julv 108108?2.
The fluctuations during tne uay nave neen ire-
auent. The following are the closing prtcest O.
r . . . A,i.it msr vtr n ml y
jsi. certiucates Ajxwiz.m: mariposa m. v. iz-a.
tai2?f:dopfd.812l,; Aliehigan C'eutral lla
113; Michigan Southern 82,32; Illinois uen
trat U711S: C. k l WifrMK; p.. Jc T. Wy&
5U7t. apecuiaiioii isgjccuiii rcvi mif.
Vav "Vi-lr IwAi.-ljilrii Hfnvlt-flf-
Dec. 18. Cotton firm at 3414330.
Flour onened 10320c better, nnd closed dull.
Ohio $11 13. Wheat opened l2c better and
closed quiet at $2 402 45 for Milwaukee. Com
nnrnni heaw anil cioseu le lower. usuwu.
Petroleum quiet at 2030c for crude and 3l31&
for refined in bond.
Pork steady, old S2025 rash. Beef steady.
Cut meets steady, iisenn dull. Dressed bogs
lower at scss'-iic. t,ard lower at I28P13.
CtscisxiTTt. Dec. IS. Flour $9 5010 50 for
superfine. Wheat in good demand ami prices
rather higher at $2 45 for spring and $2 S5 for Nn
red. Corn steady at nxswi tor ear and shelled.
flats firm at 56c. Barley unchanged.
Whiskr in moderate demand at 2W in bond. '
Cotton firmer at3lK32o for middling, but the
demand Unot active.
Hogs are in good demand, bales ot b.uuu hem
at 7 r&ol 75 net. Ueceiuts to-day 7.000 head :
for the week 47.UUU head : tor tne season Liumi
head, against 165.1100 head last year.
Provisions quiet, urocenes dun.
St. Louis Mnrket.
St. Liil'is. Dec. 18. The markets are heavy.
&nd busine-is is restricted by a want of shinnin
facilities South. Tobacco unchanged. Hemp
declined to 52 3.W2 4u lor undressed, and 9i w
ror dreased. Uotton nriner. at L". lor low
middling and Sic for strict middling. Flour
firm: fall superfine, 49 25: spring extra, $10 rw
10 37; fall extra. SI1; double extra. S12&US.
wheat is still, and holders ass on advance.
Northern fall. J2 402 45; prime to strictly
prime. $2 502 60. Corn dull ond easier; S994e
for new. and 94397c for old. Oats firm, at 70S
76c. 1'rorisions quiet, and Business small in
mess pork, liacon ciearsutes, i4c; greennams.
10c. T.snl. 12i- in tierce and 13V&0 In kezs.
Whisky. $2 252 27. Hogs firm, at $6 60g6 75
ros mostly at tue lasier ngure. iresei
LftcisviLLK. Dec. 18. Sales 29 hhds tobacco
all low grades at an auvanre. iuiion is acurc.
with sales of 230 bales good ordinary to low mld-
bulk shelled : mC2 for ear. Oats in bulk 5sffl)
fix nnrb H'DSTinew. Oreen hams 10c : shoul
ders 6c. IIngs$a f6 75. Raw whisky 825
2 25 free.
Ken' OrlenuH .nnrket.
Vc Dnt.nss. Dec.lS. Cottonroarket hiuher.
Sales of 3.800 bales low middling nt 30rSlc;
Tniiiriiimr R-'c. Siipirtirni anu uncnani?e(i. jho-
1 asses active at 4-r for inferior: prime tn choice
js&c. wnisKy9w. uom m.
T.trvnpfinr.. Dec. 13 The cotton market whs
active and buoyant to-day. an advance of f-f
a penny per pound was aked and obtained by
holders. The sales amounted to 20.000 hales bn
the basis ot 144 pence for middling uplands.
Kreadstufis market is unchanged: western
mixed American corn sold to-day at 3Ss fler
quarter, ine provision marKci is witnoni si
tiritllnn tn rateA. '
MiXcnrsTEK, Dec. IS. Tho market for goods
and yarns, sympainizing wttn tne advance tn
cotton at Liverpool, is firmer and prices are a
Losdo.v. Dec, IS afternoon. The money mar
ket is easy. Consuls closed at S9 for money.
American securities rieauy.
Tans. S. Mass, Pru't. LO. Taasox, Ca)?r'.
NAllOAL SAYIX0S' COMPAXI,;
Corner Union and College Street.
The following are tha rate paid for nnsnrrent
monev. lano qnoiaiions are liable to nnciuare. mil
may be depended ou a sufficient length of time far
remittance lo V9 rerviTru vj m&ii or ezpreu, 11 lor.
warded without delay.
Georcta Kallroad and
Bank of Tennesaer,
Bank of Middle Ua 1ST
Marina Bank ...$.
llaukof Anjusta :40
Bank nf Athens. .....,4S
Union Hank. ....
Union Bank LVrtf...
Bank of Ctiattanoog...13
West Tenn. .43
iiiiii n.ii. . , i . i
" Fulton 3T.
" Savannah.., ..,'
City Bank of AngustajRO
Farmers' aad Merbaat
lea' Bank ilu
Buck' Bank u..-par
aty Bank "
Northern Bank par
Owe Bank ............. IS
Slerrhanti and W.ntl
era' Bank jl0
rl.ntrm' Tlntilr -11
Bank of Sbelbjvllla b.
Southern Bank .. ..25
Trader.' Bank par
Lit and General Insu- ,
Bank or Cape Fear !
" Commerce ....f!2
" Fayett-rm. JflS
Bank of Camden S
tb State South
" K. troltna.li
" 'Vethlngton 05
" Wllmlngtea 1S
Commercial Bank H - -18
Farmers Bank of N,
Xxchang Bank 16
Merchant.' Bank... a.lo
Bank of BoiIW W
Farmer ana ucnanga
Bank - -
Miners' and Planters'
Merchant.' Baak ..IS
Feople UanE A
PUaWn Bank of Fair
Planter' and Mechan
Bank Sf Berke4r-.8H
ic Kink is
SUt Bank - 7
uomm ere., . . I
lb UU Dout-
Union Bank V
Bask of America . pr
Nw Orleans. ..Si
Oaaal Bank i
Cittsaa's Bank 5
CrescaatClty Bank M
Loaliiana Slat Bank-73
Mtcbanlca and Traders'
xUrcha.nU- Bank .0
Soathern Jank ..,.cx
Union Bank.'..... - 5
Naw Orleans Scrip. .611
Bank of Motile W
Central Bnk .20
Cccuaerclal Bank- SO
Eutara Bank .4
Mortbra Bank 3
Sentbara Bank S
4 1 .
estral Ballroad BankSS
tb ValUr Of
Central Bank of V. .. IS
Danville Bank..... 'M
Kzcbange Back of Ya- 'Js)
Falrmouat Bank .7:
Fanners' Bank' of Fin-
7armr' Bank of Va..'A)
Farmers' (X.23 I
MarebaaU' Bank 40
Merebants' aoit -
ebaalea' BaijtJ Ti
Southwest era B.n X
Traderi' Bank. .M
ra.uinl Jt tna?a K.
.B.atork,,. .,,T ....ii
LoulsvlUa A NubvUl
Tax Becelsts 8J
Tho river commencedlrisisg again yesterday,
and on last evening there was fully eighteen feet
orthe KttvetK'saaals. The, weather was, damp,
cloudy and disagreeable. Business was about as
lively as we have seen it at any previous day ef
! Thelrtewlng' eomtrise oar r&tlist:
A. Baker, up fSe rTver.
Tyrone, Cairo and Memphis.
Palestine, Bt. Louur f .
Tyrone, Cairo and Memphis.
Gen. Sigel, up the river,
Nashville, from'Cairo and Memphis.
The A. Baker coming down the river yestenly,
ran into some overhanging trees and had both
her chimneys knocked oa".
Tbe Palestine and Tyrone both went out with
The Qcn. Sigel, for up the river, left last night
with a tolerable fair trip, composed chiefly of
salt and merchandise. t
The steamer Havana will leave to-day for Cin
The Nashville will be in from Cairo to-day
with a pretty fair trip of freight.
For Catro and Memphis.
milE SPLENDID PASSENGER.
J. Steamer. NASHVIIiLB. Wilkt
Siuvi M.Kter. JnnvNY lliltrrt .
Clerk, will leave a? above on THU RSDAY, the'
jiiii insu at iz o ctocsru.
For rreigat or fassage apply on board, or to
tUHoi.1T BO 1 1'. Agents.
dec!9 2t HARRISON t SONS. Agents.
For Louisville ami Cincinnati-
'PUE SPLENDID PASSENGER
1 steamer HAVANA. MsiSB
will leave as above on WEDNESDAY, 19th inst..
at 4 o ciock r. .
For freight or passage.opplr on board, or to
UUU M. A. Mi " " . , J 1
declS-2t HARRISON A SONS. Agents,
Tri - Weekly
1JHK AB0VI.LISE.C0iIPRI3K5.THF. FOL
lowing1 Passengvr Fackefs7 laaiing
NashvllU during tbe moa as follows :
FANNY BRANDIES. Johh T. CaatwaiuuT. Mas
ter, leaves NmhTtlte TOE3DATS at 12 o'clock M.
NA3UVILLK.wii.iv 3IMUJ, Jd.nar, itaves nun
tltU THURSDAYS, at I! o'clock M.
'PAT'S, at rtVetfickVi
Tho above steamers will comment their regular
trips on the first opealug of navigation In the Cum
berland rlrerr and continue to run regularly
throughout the business season; a per above sched
ule. Making clow connection at Cairo with tb reg
ular packets for St. Louis, Memphis and New Or
leans; Issuing through Tickots-to Fuseagtrs, and
giving through Btlb of Lading for Frlghu to tti
abora cities, and all avaltabl way laniiags, at tb
very lowest rates. Every effort will ba mad by tb
Officers' and Agents of this tine to Tender it rllbl
and dewrvloz tns patronage or snipper ana ina
. , uuuukiti a null), Bpeciai agou.
Nj.t'Frbat'stVeet, Orper'Wbarf ' SaabvUU, Teuo.
IS 6 6
Nashville and New Orleans
SiJe-Wheel Steamer, (lUaTSns Burthen.)
CAPT. LIG WOOD
O. O. CATES i.
THIS MAGNIFICENT - PASSKNOEB AND
frcieht steamer, (commanded by Capt. Lig
Wood, and long and favorably known' to shippers
and the traveling eommunlljrin tbe nasaviu anu
New Orleans trade ia days put,"! will, on h?r next
trip from New Orleans, enter the trail between
NasbTlileand titw Urleaas. and comma as a regu
lar packet during the season. Tb M. 8. Mepham
is unsurpassed for cabin accommodations by any
steamboat on tb Western waters. We would re
spectfully solicit from oar friends aad tb pnldlc
generally a liberal share of tK.Ir patronage.
null tOT di BOYD Agent.,
No. 21 Front street, upper Wharf.
No.St Front street.
HEW BBLEftNS TRADE
The .nvrnlHcnl HteRincr.
DR. II. B. SHAW. Master,
DR. T. J. SHAW. CLERK.
Trips to etv uneans ana an iniermcui
ate ports, on the
on the opening-of the season. The
HITHwni nnnrchased oxbressly for
this trade, and has been refurnished, re-fitted.
and thoroughly overhauled, and pronounced by
good judges to be one of tbe most comfortable
and'substantial steamers on the Western waters.
She ts a large side boat, with a roomy and hand
somly furnished eabin capable ofaocommodating
one hundred first class, and fifty second class pas
nM Ur c-tnacitT ! etffht hundred tons and
tier accommodations for carrying freight are
unsurpassed- Standing a A no. l wun tne noaru
of I'nderwrittrt; this steamer eommends herself
to snippers oi iton ana iddscc. wuue uer
gant finish! renders her highly acceptable to the
traveling pub"9. ' ' , , ,
Tho DAVID Willis win leave nasavino wr
New Orleans on the fTrstiris tn tbe Cumberland.
For freight or passage apply on board, or to
HTRATTOSf, CHENEY fc ROY, Agents,
, . No. 11 Broad Street,
octioftf , riABRtSON SONS. Agents
' Alt i li -ii . !i '
P. L. DAYIES &
I Jk K( MTi 4 r .
. K JIAK7KLI.II0r3E.)
Cornfer Ohurch and Oherry Streets.
a- T nllirs H 14(14 I.KA V K Til lHtUKJI
P . hi friends, and the public generally of
Nashville and vicinity, that he has commence!
Aealn. having associated with hip his brother.
VV. II. navies, lormeriv wuu
niiaulaeK tra..Nn.iirt.eilT. -
We ara now receiving from New ork a large
and choice lot df
and Fancy GooiU,
Direct from the Importers and Manufacturers.
,Our entire stoelc.bav lag -been purenueu at tarn
, Vowkst; tei' cash rates.
Will be offered upon'the most reasonable terms,
All goods are warranted
An examiiatri'rJf trur'stilck r respectfully
at ' -a . .
WaUpepalring and Jobbing,
This Department of our business we prepose i
iakfog Sf SWXtALSM. bavinxasecured tha
irVTresof some of Ui Saesl wtrkmen in the'
tarVtces of some of thl
Mnntnr far that nurniua.
r , 4 i . .I i .
rf U DAYIES.
City and Country Mero anta
A. LOUIS & CO.,
3 Xorlh Market .Street;
DETERStlNBD TO MAKE A
Xlehanre in bnslness,
offer their IstTft stock of
Foreigu and Domestid DryG6Q3s,'
BOOTS AJTD SHOES,
HATS, XOTIOVS. Etr Etc
Not only AT COST, bat nt t.riee t mil Mr nnrf
We call the nttrat.an nf nil me rahanU In thl.
as we knaw it will be to their awn benefit t eall
en us. as oar
CLOSED O IT T ,
At the earliest day possible. :
A T.OITIS at CO.,
.10 Xortfi Mnrkrt Street.
Trustee's Snlc of Renl Estate,
PURSUANT TO A DEED OF TRUST. EX
eented br Merri Kamr. nn ih OiH
day of August. lSW, ami duly registered in
the. Reuister's office of Davidson countr. in
book 37. page fit. I will expose to pub-;
lin sale at the Courthouse door. In Nash
ville, on Wednesday, the 19th December. lSls
all the right, title and Interest, tha said Morris
Kara-er haa in and to a certain ntecn nf rrmin
on South Summer street, a short distance south
of the residence of Dr. C. K. Winston, and front-.
Ing on cummcr JJi'.i reet. ana running tnckZlQ,
feet. Reference is made to said deed of trusti
and the sale is made free, from redemption. '
Sale at Courthouse, at 12 o'oloek, it.. Decem
S. R. SKKCH. P. H. U tXLOVR. A.C. SKteif.
BEECH, MANLOVE & CO.,
MATTIXUS. FLOOR Oil. Or.OTIIS,
JJauias anil Lace Curtain Goods
Oil. SIIADRK rikI
No. 53 Collecc Street
declVtf NASIIVII.I.E. TKN.V.
OFFICK ASSISTAXT QtJARTRRV I9TKR,
T WILL OFFER FOR SALE AT POBLTC
1 Auction, on Halm-day. the 22ft Innti
at 10 oVIoekj. v., at the Cavalry lJarrarks in
.North ptasbville. and at tbe trestle-work near
the corner of Vine and Crawford streets.
Three Tlioiisnnil '3,000) ConNof Wood.
Terms Cah, in Oovernment funds.
Br order of Brig. (len. Tuns. Sword. Asstt
Quartermaster Oeneral. Chief Quartermaster
D.ofT. K. B. KIRK.
declt-td Bvt. Lieut. Col. and A. Q. .u.
FOR TIIE HOLIDAYS'.
W. T. 1JKI6RY & CO.. '
Booksellers, Public Square',
HAVE now ready for examination a ohoide
collection of FINE BOOKS FOR TUB HOLI
DAYS; not for the Holidays enly, but fer all
time. Bibles and Pr iter Books; Mit-Toxaad
SascsrctKK; Bkacjiost and Flktchkk s Scott
and Dickkxs: GoLnsnnii and Ieviso : Trssf-
son- and LovcriLt.otr; Hr.ua.v3 and Jamksoj;
all In the richest bindings known to the art. They
can mention only a few of the more prominent
1. THE NEW TESTAMENT ofour Lord and
Saviour Jesus Christ : with Engravings in wood
from designs by the Old Masters. Each pagers
decorateJ wltn uowers, urnsments or iniiioi
Letters, copied from the finest Italian maau
scripts of the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries;
and numerous Medallions are introduced in tbe
margins. 1 vol. Ito.
2.-THE NEW TESTAMENT ofour Lord afid
Saviour Jesus Christ; illustmted,iiy a plain ex
planatory Comment, and authentic iews ef
nlnrutt manlinneil tn the K Ac rod Text. froEQ
sketches and photographs taken on the pot.
Edited by Edward Chiirton. M. A., Arehdeaeon
of Cleveland and Prebendary of York? anl Wil
liam Basil Jones, ai. A.. rreDenuary ot tor
and St. Davids. Illustrated with seven Pano
ramic Views, thirty-seven full-page Drawings
and seventy two TVoodcnts. Handioaely print
ed on tinted paper. 2 vols. i
3.-BISH0P HEBEH'S HYMNS. Illustrated.
1 t.VRA nPI'MANTfA- llrmns far tha Sun
days and Chief Festivals of the Christian Year-
With numerous Illustrattons. J
5. 0 E.MS FROM TUB PORTS; a selection tf
Choicest Poems ; with TnutTY Pl itks.
6. DANTE'S INFERNO. Illustrate.1 wilhM
superb Designs by Qustare Dore.
7.-THE LEO END OF TIIE WANDKIIIU
JEW: with 12 large Designs by Dore. ,
3. THE ADVENTURES OF BARON MUN
CHAUSEN. Illustrated by Dore. ,
9.-R0SES AND HOLLY": a 01ft Book for all
the Year; wits, original Illustrations. , :
10.OF.M8 OF LITERATURE: Rare.' Kfc-
jcant anal Suggestive. Jlluttrnted with over If
Engravings 1 i
11. -WAYSIDE IH3SIIH: Being tho Msr
Fisx Art Oirr Boot for 1807.
12.-BERLIN AND ITS TRBASITRKS Befcg
a series of Views of the principal Building.
Churehes. Monuments, etc.: with a seleetlsnP
subjects from the Royal Pieture flallery abd
other Collections of Paintings, lie. ilaroeeei '
13.-TIIE CELEBRATED OALLBRIHS Q
MUNICH. Elegantly bound In Morocea, ;
14.-TIIE ROYAL DRESDEN uALLHRY:
Being a selection or subjects engraveA after Pie
tures by the Great Master. -Ito. '
15. THE OALLKRIES OF VIENNA: 16i
gravjngs after the most celebratel Pictures Jin
tbelmpeiial nailery, ana iroia wkik'i
reflections In Vienna. -Ito.
16. TENNYSON'S POE.MS. Illustrated,
17.-LONO FELLOW'S F0BM5. IHuate4.
H EVANGELINE: By Lmgfellaw. iwu-
W FLOWER-DR-LUCK: A bw TelBmeT
Pnems by IBgftll'". IH-.i.iJ.
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ard Artists of Oreat llrltain. aoo seienwfl
-nk h.nr iml terminate wttk
Tennyson; and the UlustratWHW are of the hlg-
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5. FLOWERS VVK niK auaaii. Anus-
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3L-A FOREST HYMN: By WHHara CaHeri
as CHRISTMAS IN BNOLAND. Papers
from the "Sketch-Book" of Washington Irtlagr
with Illustrations by eminent Artists.
38. SONGS OF SEVEN: By Jean Ingeisiw.
"7 TIIE BOOK OF RUB I Kir! 'A eeHee4(aa
of tha most notable Love-Paena In the BarMh
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3. JEAN IN0KL0W8 POBM8. IHBtratJ
wMh nearly W Vignettes froca original draw-
Ints br eminent Artrt. engraved In wood.
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UsrlsBd. Beaatifally IlluXrated.
W. T. 15. si CO.
Have al at opened a ease uf
ENQLI8H BIBLBti. In elegant Undies
EPISCOPAL PRAYER BOOKS. In Iverr
CATHOLIC PRAYER BOOKS, Iv.rv anU
PHOTOGRAPH ALBUMS, new styles;
STEREOSCOPES, with new Frensh. Spanish,
Swiss. German, Scotch. EaglM) and American
Views, very beautiful;
PRANG'S AMERICAN PICTURES, newasd
. WRITING DESKS. Rosewood, and feather.
tbe most beautiful assortment wehara ever had;
OHILDREX'S ILLUSTRATED B00hfroia
GRIMM'S ILLUSTRATED STORIES to COCK
THES XA T
FIRE, MsiKEXE, ITlfLI
INTEND TRAXSPOKTATIOX RISKS
Taken at Equitable Bates.
-O-Lesses fairly adjusted aad promptly paWtl
OEce. Second National Bank buUdiar. CoUetjf
street. JOHN LUMSDEN, President,
W. J. THOMAS. Vice President
JOSKP1I NASIT. Secretary.
BAGGING ! BAGGING !
VE HAVE A LARE,.'4rANTITY OF
Best Kentucky Bagging,
AT W4 CENTS PEP. TARP.
Hope and Iron Ties,
alia, fer sale. a cheap as thavtaa tahvl. A JeJoc
ttM from the regular prie ef ttaa Tie ma4e t thoM
wh want them ' Met agala.
O. ALLEX A OO.
Naal.TiS.. Sept. at. OS.
Saturday, 32 it December,
o'clock. A. M..
Unless disposed of betwe ai Private Sal.
Barses arelarimt en LawerLave. if anotied
fr before Ude id. they wiH be
OIiT AT A BARGAIN'.
fl, P; DAXFOItTn. Ae4.
declrMw Corner Frat asd Jefereoa.
E A. HUNTINGTON,
No. 14 Public Square,
OFFERS AT REDUCED PKiakM AN KLK
ganf stork of
A Isfga a.riffle e
Fine Beaver Over-coats,
- .t .- -
At very low trieesi
H. A. HUNTINGTON,
deaW-lysa a Public; Rpuare.
St. Iouitt, Miis80iirlT
Hatoh, Weaver, Pelt & Co.,
AT IT AGAIN.
M, 0. SULZBAOHER,
WRSLCSALK AB BKTAII. BKil.SB IK
Groceries, Wines, Liquors,
Clffnr, Tobacco, DjrrstttiTs. Etc..
No- 13 North Market Street, bet
Church aad Union,
TN CALLING YOUR- ATTENTION TO TUE
J. above card, I would respectfully instify you
that I have just received, and havs new an hand,
a complete stock ef Fresh Family Groceries.
Wines. Liquors, Cigars. Tebaeeo, eta., etsu and
all articles to be found la a well regalaled store
Having all fiscilities to procure tbe best and
cheapest geeds ia market, I offer te my frisnds
aadpatroasfuca tndueiments as will make It t
their advantage to eall aad examine ay stock
and prices before maklBC their pure bases el-e
where. Thankful Ssrpast patreaage, lseli. it u
eentinnaoee of the sasae.
decl9-9m 3a. V. SULZUAtlMKll.
!AS AM) HTftl KITTKUf,
GO Nortk Clierry Street,
0pfU Ooteaaad ButMinf. KaahvM, Tn.e.
HTlBLtSOXO 3 1SI2.
Plumlxra and OaaMllera MaUrial
Ml Kir.' LEA I
IKO - atwt LKAB PIPK,
- H f
- BATH Tl' Bel.
Of eTsjr, (leeriUiHir elsu,' -
uuaaaewr. ufaH.Ht veaa eiatBftwkawi . rw.m ,
ejot, tft' pMaap
Louisville and Nashville
QUICK TIME TO
' A.MTUF. K.HT,
Two Dnllr Tlirongli xraina. csavstiutr
Ulrrrt Canurrllnna at l4nUvlllP rur
llie Riutt Vsst (nud Xurlh.
CftMfMEJy?IW OViMBBR 3U. W
u . Tralas wHt riw fcHwws :
Leaye Nashville WA M
W5 ( M
&lr r M
9 P M
OiT W. ISAM
WHr AND NORTH.
f.MVrdBUvlMa MK P M
Arrive ImraapTteTiW P M
IS P M
A'MSK a f4
l A M
So. 1. N. 3.
Leave LsatsrW laW P M PM
Arrive at Indianapolis VM f M ssli A M
" " Otevetaa! B AM U ' M
'- " BajTr M P M MW I' M
" " Pltfcffewg 1AM A M M P M
" U4iUacHe A 31 L-00 P M
PhftadettsMsi KrW AM 1:26 P M
r - New Yk. MAM P .v
' " to :.:W P M
-n-St earner e U.S.M I4 leave Lou.
fe daay at W a. m. and 4 r. v.. arriving i
aantiia ttsaettslake eatly saufsrlactraia
Passenger car attacked rt fre4M train
Leave ErankHn. Ky- aifiM a. v.. and UalUtiu
at9Wi.V.,arrtvlB- J NaTfl at 11 Ma. w
Leaves NashvWe at r. arrive at Mails
' General $sairiat(MlHt L. A-N. R-K
$100 to 92SO per Moulli.
WANTKD. AliENTS EVERYWHERl
Mala and Tesaale. to sell JJenuin
Improved 'oinrooii-s;sx Faaally
Iuc Jlachiue. Price sir Hi ThlsMaehmo
wlttstWi. hem. MI. taek. UnJ. aalH. braid. aaA
Manafartarars' SoatsierB Afn'J
decMrt LantsvBU. Kv
a K0 COCKRILL SPRING TRACT.-H t
A Larea Iirg.br af.beaaHftH BBildioj
ainBeyd's A.IdrB. and ta tha '"