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I.rrtER'TKOJI nOOIEK TO MEEK.
The appended is a rcKTect copy of a Ittter and
snpeeriptkili,freA',lh4 renowned and genial
humorist, the Uatefit! J. J. Keeper, to hU dis.
MenAi. de Miquu ,t 4 ;
Hate ywa ct Von frlade phue, '
3HVfft hdiIo leUairs t
Hareyeti write to nc, Mir.
t HD imrt MWU
Sum wy,oB,Iiut isfireeog.
j net near netieenr
Off ISO AS
Btttyeu l l'arblcu 1
So write t me
Mhh eher. met)
ear Mlane I
4 f jt'SaMtedet Htati arrVji
' Ail Mr. Mi)ue ban nekton iter risido in T., will
monaietir le amiable y altre de la Peate follow-
tbi letter aftre him sans uelal, and oblige
A Wir U Klrkrd Into the Ntrert nmt
i"rm the, MeaphitkPomraereialBdrruf , Je
(jetnberlt. The examination before. Esquire Lee;
last evening, of Kd. Kyan, upon the charge
xif inhuman treatment of his wife, thereby
causing her death, itrrolved the develop
tnent of.a degradation and heartleasneaH on
the part of the accused scarcely credble
Tho foots in the as; elicited by the
trial, were about as follows : Some rapnthi
since Ryan came to this city with his wifq
KilenJirsn. and reflted'tt'Bmall house atthe
0t of Jixclian'ge strict, in wKich Jieopenc
a groggery, and which he aim used aa a
dwelling. Before moving to Memphis thq
relationsiexwlirigjbelw.ectf thb fconplQwere
very different from what they should lie as
man and wife, but while in SU Louis
a aon rf Mr. Ryan by a. formei
huabahd aeemctl to act aa tho pro;
lector of liia mother in the (Igtgfftic difr
Acuities a wM&h freacntl)r occurred in
the family, und in some instances by hit
i iir i e i..i;ti
Upon the removal. t)f the ill-fated couple
from llyanand It seem that; appreciating
the fact, he took occasion to carry into cfiecf
the inhuman threats which "he Iia(i before
made, but whiol Jiisf cowardly nalurf
taught him to poltj0n6 until awar from hie
wife's friends-jt Alter innumerable quarrels
and broils, in several of which Mrs. It. was
neverely beaten by her husband, the couple
parted., This, was 'abqnt Jtrp weetij ago,
and Mrs. Kyan, in order to support herself,
soueht employment with -a Mr. Manning,
on Kront strceLawhere she remained, howj
ever, only a few days. At the end or that
ttiHiri? flnfl'iier train with her husband
in the. brothel at the tfootsof Exchangfe
ittrelt. Theuiflxt that we hear, of the covj
plc is the discovery of the dead body of the
unforUipeXc. woman jn, the streets on
Wednesday morning, wliich" led to the de
velopinentjpEihc fact that alio Jiad beeh
lacked oilt tr doors' by her hnsband the
uigutipreriqiMonil iiail laid down near by
i ear by
onu uieu oi uio-uum ouu cxu3ui u
conlaucQA-ith4hcse factwoa theverdic
held on the liodynt a late hour Wednesday
evening. TKe appearance of Jlyan'bcfore
Kjmre Loo wan ftlBo (he occas'on for the
eliciline of further evidence In thecase, all
of w;ialitif aummrdup, would go to make
a cnapicr oi uomcsiic msiory suocKing ue
.TOndVonTemplatmn. After tho cxamini
"tlon oLsaveral witnesses' whose testimon'v
was corroboraliveas,abve stated, Kyan was
bound ovar in the sum of S2.000 for Jits
apiXttrancc at the next term of the Crimi
nal Court,1 la default of which hjewas re-
commlttou o await lits trial.
politics JnpJtjie raisTuy.
A MeUiodlat rreclir Illeftcd to lliq
l'itllcHlKtatra Hennle. and Protrsl
Asmlnt Ills AcceptBMec.
Thf Arkansas Legislature, a few day
Hinfe, oltsotUBey. sAndrew IIUNTnii,;a
Afi'llirulUt minister, to the United States
ftMiatk i Kev. C: tfolrirsoK, editor of
the Memphis Chnnltan Advocate, thus refers
l0:Uf fcjnnd prolesV .ngalnsllilikaccep
tancc: The iLittle HockiQwtle Sspcaks- in high
of Dr. Hunter, and deservedly bo.
as a traveling- preacher of the Methodist
Episcopal Cnurcli boutn, wno nas ueen
well known through his labors in Arkansas
fur mnre. than a nuarlcr of a century : and
likewise snvs that 'it was the wish of the
entire peoploiof.the State that ,ho would
accept tho position to-which ho has U-en
clecleil by the Legislature. J
Conceding 'that Dr. Hunter nonsenses jn
a high degree the intellectual and morjil
qualities Itecoming In a united aiaiesnena
fnf ir( iln most earnestly hoiH". that he will
respectfully decline this office. This is our
limu. "liwaitai nlrrfiilv he holds, andshould
fill n lngher and better ofljee, the duties bf
which areimperattvc annua anumosi im
portant to b'c jVxfurmeil. in view 'of the
welfare of the church and of society in lfis
Slate, Loaislutonuand.- Cngroasniencar
Uinly6ugniito C8IChriBtian men, buwiot
Christian ministers. These ought not to
come down from the pulpit to occupy even
Besides, even if it were allowable, the
work or the ehurcli atthis time ought not
to sufler loi bv the absence of one of her
thief miniflers", when it is not probable that
he would lie allowed to take his seat in tic
Senale, even if his Slate were recognised
by it. . ,
So w6rlfeV,Tn "view of principle and
iolicv..tliat the State of Arkansas will QX-
nteTTr flfitfter. The church cannot
s.lare him for work which could be well
lrfermrd by sumo other one of her worlhy
(lovrrnor rietchrr' War ProcUma
lon1Vliy it -wits Istaued.
Prra the St. Leuis Dispatch.
We mentioned, yesterday, the universal
Wonder or Ow. I'lctelier'B proclamation,
calling fr Uilrty-fonr co.njpanit of troops.
httl l.runl of any considerable dis
turbances in th State, and it is now iosi
lively known that neno such exist. "What
does this thing mean, thou ?' was the uni
The mystery Is being unraveled. The
Governor's proclamation, and the Gover
nor's approval of the Iron Mountain Rail
road "sale," wore announced at the amc
time. The enc explain the other. One
of the "McKay & Heed" ring had started
to New York to buy State bonds to make
their nonpayment with. Tho ring's funds
were very limited, and its doubtful, even
yet, if they ean make up enough cash to
buy the required Itonda. It is now the
general belief amon business men that the
Governor's extraordinary proclamation was
a (WstcnKc denee t fkjirfcvUt the bontiiaf
ihe Sink in Ketc Yoil, to facilitate "McKay
t HeeP tmreAa.
The proclamatipu wiltantially proclaim
ed tie utter falheod, that there were dis
orders in the State of so formidable a na
turr,'.1 tb"teqilre an army of thirty-four
hundred men three months to quell thorn,
and that wc were about entering a new pe
ribQ bf iuleTtW ftriffr. If Sfnd-holders
couUJTC Induced to believe this 'untruth.
1k arretted, those lwnds would -fall, and
"MeKay &Reed" could fill their order
with their limited means.
This, wp venture to y, will be found to
be the true explanation of this remarkable
proclamation. The Iron Mountain Rail-
the lieople will stand aghast at the iirodi.
gious anil , complicated villainy mVolyed
' " Wfi SjBlf fo 8,il? tl,st me of our in"
flueurwI-bMsTnessanealiave Ukea 8tep4 to
setthw matter right in New ol-kwand to
see thai jw ii of our lend ?.K
rfff. i t 1
, 7t .'.Urmin. whediethfi OOO-
lnyiMi.v,.. - . .
ipjuri(f at the luiodafof her husband) when
the latter wax under the influence of hi
A now amo.o apitr. I.OXtO.V:UT-
KKATI-CIIAS. DICItEXS IX A Ui
London Correfpeadence New York World.
The literarv world of London is jtt now!
engaged on what would seem a universal
W lTVPW VL rT,ra
against reviewers, isoon, inueeu, i i
state of things continue, reporters will hava
to refuse the honor of rejwrting every piayi
they pre pomnalled ,lo w,itne apa ne rc
viewers 10 review me uooks tourcu mi muu
bv tlie million. If tbev may not give thei
amnion without the rifk of beine callec
ui pvEHrieet -pfadejt,? tVprov-8tow,t fb
scene dunces, "btsv," awe, uack
biters," "imbeciles," "dunghill phoenixee,'
etc- by ischolars aud gentfemeif of ttieJ.ieai
and Swinburne Ivrfei ' rvtorsfrelliesesfentle
men salisficd witli the general abuse of the'r
SfalrMl thefa. Ir. bwinburne, who can,
not understand " what should attract men,
to the profiaucsn of cfiticiai,'except thq
noble pleasure of praibing," proioscs in hi
forthopming aotioa agaimrt lus.jcailic4
and' publisberF, to brine forth intex-f
tenuation of the ioems condemned, paasage
from Shakspcare, Milton. Shelley, Moerr,'
andrthe Bible! So much for Mr. few
burnel Then cornea Mr Givmatuigerof,
the Maryjebone theatre, who also behvesj
in thcrfobleart of praising", and who is not
pleased with a certain critique which ap-i
peared not long ago in AH U. Year Jtmmi
This journal is edited by Mr. Charlea
Diceiis: ami tie therefore, mu4 have
written the uudigestible article ; whereupon
Mr. Cave hastens to write Mr. Dickens a
reply, -jhmI tell'hirn a Wtkif his mind. Mr-
Cave, however, i no antagonist lor our;
Charlie." who is hard-hearted enrfiich to
call Mr. (Java's leMer a Hbul, and immedi
alelv instructs liii solicitor to bring an aH
tion aeaiiixt the writer of said libel-aclton;
nninbar two, NprnWahrfo concerna New
York as well as Ix;huon cnitcs vou know-
whaU I- Biwn-Vi Griffith tiaunt," about!
which ko much has been written in both
hernUpheres. Mr. Head in h'n defenne, is
rather tritft tpttally tfor a souolariotni
gentleman, and eertainly one cannottsay
hat modestly is one ot the gentleman
qualities, wlten one reads such a passage Tl4
. . 11 T H 11..,.
tins: i am wen accusiomeu 10 mai sort
of injustice and insolence of scribblers, who
could not Write my smallest chapters to
aavo their carcass from the gallows, am
their soul from premature damnation.
Granted that liis vanity was wounded id
distraction, a little more temperance might
better have hoi ped hw cause.
The Baltimore Sun tells us that a ncw
application of photography, producing the,
elTecl of sculpture, and known as tho photo
medalion. is int introduced to the public!
By the uso of. the solar camera, the iniaga
of thesitter is 'transfcrretl to: a'bloclf'of
clay; the lines being so firmly Cxed that
the sculptor, to whose hands the work is
aftqrwanls cenfideil, ia onablotljtp nroducq
fat;! 10 is sunk, :
ii ess oFUie onifloaia n Jn
. from whicli 'plaster casts ard
taU'enand all the Tarieties of 'bronze,Pa4
rian marble, etc, are produced. The effect
is very beautiful, and tlie portrays we havq
seen are singularly life-ljke. 1,
! ' S. TJ. nhtWX; fftlO. F. 15I10WN,
Late Capj.t A. (., Jjale jCWef CJork U- M.
S. B. BROWN & SON
J t ( I Mr r f
AGENTS FOIC THE
COLLECTION. QF CLAIMS
To. 115 rinirch Street,
P. O. KOX 5 .-NASUVIT.T.H. TKN
f 1 1 A IMS FOR liOirNTV. HACK PAT
sionK. TranHHirtation. (rail and river.) Qunr
IIOICSKS AXi MUliES
f r i tj , i. ( 5
TaV-nn frnm TmupKMiK mid Ketituekinnx. an
used by the UnitedJ3telc3 troops. I.omof Horsos
and Equipments of
Omccrs and Solilfrs ih U S. Ffrvic.
, Three wonllw.Pw uroper lua HiH'arsedipQl-
ccrt in 'eertsin -essei', and rill MMtWr-clB7m
fimnintlv attnnlftl in.
llpeent sets of OotHtres lvave increased the
Ilnuntles and Pensisnsdue soldiers or thoir legal
hoirs. in certain rs. and lacd colored sol
diers and their hrtrs on Hie fame footins as
white. , ,,
Correspondents desired in all purton of the
country, llueiness scn.t us by mail will reeeivo
a prompt auemion as u iniwca i' in irr.iun,
unrenarites win ne reawnnwe.
RcraittNOKs Mai. lie. 11. Thouiiw. U
S. A.: (lov. W'm. (I. BrowBlow; Hon. A, J
Fletcher. Sinretan' orStato nfTenncce; Wlm
Tnl.nv A (V. Ilnnkem: nnd 11r"t National Bait
of Kahrille; and daieen fenerallr of tho Inte
volunteer anuy. , , . novi-.im
KO. (15 NORTH COLLEKH STREET,
an noitii aiAitufn' stukkt.
$50,000 WOUTH OF GOODS
ULOTIIINO, , U0OT3, SHOKa,
HATH, aiJ NtlTIUNS,
Ti 1. m.A a omit tuLi rlfiip. r..mi and Judge' It
T.dnwir. ThT I wit dwOlth-i Fiensh Merino at
Sl.-JtTyiird; fin Liub' fihof, J1.M Pr pair
... I u. ..re thliitfMl. m nr.ili4.rl
Ri'HMiulier IIik plc 65 'N'Tlli O..Ue, sad
SSSoUtli SUiUhI .r.
(M-Ull.tHi I. M. tiOIIKI.
ENLISTED IN THE V. S. ARMTf
l.OYAt oVTXEKS .
In 'IVmiesMoe are IiiitilliMt to
Ijich, for nil .Slavic Mii.1toi1 liilnlhe
nriAim 1IAR T1HRN HHCRNTLY AI'
f livikn &Mt-0tBn- of War to exam
ins and reuart to Mhington upon claims, bf,
this charaeffer. ThcTre'ldent at this loanl, i
:.. v..i,viiif. nml li filtnl mi an office. Jh
other members of the Hoard aw expected this
week nnd tho busineu will comuiapccal once, .
u liavo oranited a llranrh OBce. in Uhs
ritr. for the pnirwe nf 'proeeutw this parlicti
eased for tho past to months m preparm and
prosecutinc lhes Malms before the MreKiuriUnd
Kenturkv ComimssioneM. nnd is familiar with
all the rules nod decisions there wade, as well ns
tlie most reeentruhngs of the bccreiary t ar o
f It A fitlllt WI
Wc. therefore, nffer flnr services to Attorneys,
nnj iialttt&nt thrmifflmut the State.
betierine we enjoy unu-ual facilities for crvins
them, llieecciaims win o cwihiiito win w
the Hoard, bnt nnalactrfMi can oalr be taken by
tho preper ucparimcni hmuhi v.
Our purpose is to attend personally liernretbe
Board in Tennessee, the better tfl enable into
serve clients at WashhwrHm. ... .,
We desire one or mora eropeiuleuU in oach
county, with whom we will dif wo fee. And
we will furnUJi to them alt necttfd blanks nnd
printed instruction, and kecjl ihem fully in
fermeU from time to time uf the action of the
Wofurnisli individual claimants, blanks and
full Inttrertiens ta MuMethm prepare their
C,Our!Vahintn Uoase lias already a larte
correspond Mice In the Ptate, But to swtisft- those
who mar not know us with regard to our in
teirri ty nnd bimness eaiHcity,wecivaa few of opr
Louisville and Nashville reference, who are all
widely known hi loth Kentucky ami Tennessee.
Cllll'MAN. 110SMKR Jt CO.
No.- Cotanaade llnlldinr;
Louisville Itclerences. J. II. Lindenbergar.
Cashier Merchants' Haakof, K.etrtuekj-. Ueo. A.
Lewis, President, First :ahville llank: Col L.
T. Tliustin, Secretary Sonthern Mutnal Life In
soranco Company; .los. T. Tompkins. WbleMle
Merelmnt; Neweomb. Bmbanan Jt to., " hole
rale .Merchants; K. 0. Uuu A t o, Proprietors
Mereantila Aaency; Hen. jWchawl W. Johnson.
Nashville Reference. ThuM U. Seaiple.
Cashier Traders' llauk f Tesiftegeee; A. IL Nwi
frL President Firm. NattMiai Bank; J. C. Mc
Crory. Cashier First N ational Bimk; Ataws, (1B
son Co., Wholesale Merehanla; Han. II. I!.'
llarrisen. Lnlted State Ditwt Attorney S.
Watson. Prient Bunk of Tennessee; in,
Toljey A Co.rBankers: CV1. R. P. Ferry. United
states Tax OwmiwiinneR Iw Alloway. Km.
II. IJ. PIX3ISIER
JrtRKHIlJ AK1) DOMESTIC
' f.k,ni. Tim,l I iiur.b KlMW.1. urn rWMitv
iiuc the mu
ih m.nit ntlreolive stock f tine flrocerles
ever offered In this maricet. Come and see us if
you warn rrepw. fivnn uuw. m.- giwni.
UesTees. Teas. Flour. lUru. Suwked and Pkte4
lHsh, liosaisiy. Rice, Cnwkerx. DiuJ:whet.Tub,
Cheese. Maccar.nit Lemons, Oramrc. UHatiae.
Jellies. Csnnet Fraitf . (taieer Prrftrves, Shaker
Preserve. French. PreKerros. 0ters, Caftarv
Olives. Piae Apples, Saedles Raisins. Fiss. Car
rants. Citron. Brun. D, fkrls, Silad Cream.
Raisins. Almonds. Pecans. I me I andies. Candy
Toyj.Ftro Cracker. Tswpadees. e-. etc. Bnt
why try.ta euumarnte? Hi ba everythlne
jouwant fresh sad efce.. Com and see us
before ymi bny. Orders in-m eauntry for
dect2w MaMnic Temple. CWur3 'treo
A YOUNG MAX WHO4 HAS HAD TOUR
ttg rears experienM in the Apotlieetry
and DrsuItSMtaaM. both in Asaonoan and Ger
man houses, wohM be pleased to accent a ilwv
tien. eitaer in the city of MWirtn- tnwn. Oanj
Sre et i reisrene; i wuriy io.o. 'i . , j.
ox m Nash ille. .dsjU-lw
En cine and Holler'' for Sale
rtX fwnw .mr 2f aPmouera,vr,rr;
l ril-rl order.
Thes recU3tiaSicicet 1
eawer t drive a mill. Can
le sen.4ind.tcrmt i
irtirned.'on application at this oaac '"deeS-tf
NO. 3 K0ET1L COLLEGE J STBEET,
1,000 HAUEEL3 EXTRA. FAMILY FLOUn ;
200 barrelc extra inper'flno Tlijar ;
SO becbauliew Ocani 8agar ;
36 UogihMdi Dem'eriira Sagtr ;
SO, barrels Crotbsl n3 Towdc red Sujn ;
50 tarrelt Kew OrIean"5IoUei ; '
2)0 tioxe 'Proetor 'k ciinWiFosp ;"
150 box(- rarioui brands Soap ; ' '
100 bpiM Stir'CsndlM ;
100 boxrs Tallow CanJlMbirJ pressed ; - '
50 bores fins Chewing Tobiocof ' 1
50 'gross TlneCut Tobitca ' " ,:
25 barrels Smoking Tobacco; J
25 Vfgf English Soda; ' "' '
L , 25 krjg Ararrican SoJar ' ' '
F 'WWwTaiflW IWarff fjfflii1!'
boxes Sptcar. .
25 birrtli Ifason's Ucklas ,
00 b6xs pint, qnsrt anddiaU gUo
20 toret Osrrett's Bnuaj
20 crM Dnrkfs's Elaing;
i tiX trrets Bosrln 'ffTiIsky ,'1 v 4
sirtUs Toole Nsilt Proof Whisky ; I
15 Lairrls Ginger Vi'lne ;
15 barrels Sweet Wlae I
TA jJirreli'oVaiM Ylneer :
5 LarreLi Lemon Sjrup ;
o doten Backets;
50 dozen Broonu;
xrs escorted CnJy ;
Rrandy, Rem, Gin, Wines, of rarloas brands, i
WJ wasli I jr.fi Sfr.r i
No. 3 Kbrth Collga street, NashrUte, Tennsese
R. B. Cheatham & Co.
.TOBiGCO. - OlGrAHS
i sr. - ia Jf , - a i.
r . etc.;- ete;r
CbYoncgcVriii .ChureU Mia
I t i
KF.E1: "ONHTANTIiY ON HAND AMD
100 hags choice Rio Coffee. , :
125 hhls Crushed, "Powdered arid Granu
140 bbls Coffee Sugar. ;
ilackcrel. Ho. l anu z. , i
Vie. a.. . tfft
No. l, 'J, and
200 hoxea Star Candles.
125 " Soap (assorted.)
5 Tierces fresh Rice.
25 hbls Cider Vineear.
650 " Extra Family Flour, Spring
field and Port Royal Mills.
100 hbls, I bhls and kegs country Larxl. j
5 tierces Dried. Beef.
60 bbls K. O. Molasses and Syrups. .
50 bbls Sorghum Molasses.
10000 bushels Cotton Seed.
Together with an assortment of
FRESH CANNED FRUITS,
avca a s
f Js ,
Tf . a 1 Paq nil sOB .
4.1 I Ilnnnnl?
LI.Q, XJ O E, S
iiioirosT winoH iaa
'6,i1Rl)eaNFipB,Brandy; '" '
llennesev.'Otard. Dupey & Co-
Pinto Castillon; vintage, 184952, and '67
3 United Virieyarf;Proprietor; 1850, '
4 i Eochclle.,
3 Puncheons beat Irish ajid Scotch Whisky
2 i Pipes Jamaica Kum,
C I . Pines 2T.E.
t)5 casks Sherry and Port Wine, all
8 J casks pure Malga Wine,
4 Pipes pure Holland Qin,
75 boxes' St."ilarceaux Champagne,
30 l Cabinet " .;
05 " Heidaick u
125 boxes Clarei Veryfirie.
QOtbbls VOld Grow." 1855.t warranted su
rierioptaany ever ofl'ered'in Nashville.
185 bbls puroKobertsonU)unty,oia anu one
1$) " Hourbon, ail gnul w,
S& " Apple Brandy, pure,
" 8 " Peach Brandy, pure.
Aniset, Cttmcon, Abaynthe,
Murugcliinb,) Wampoo Drakes,
I'lantatlon anllBo1iers, Bittei'8
and London Club.
0,000 Genuine Imported Havana Cisars,
110,000 Baltimore, all grades;
t Toother with a eeneral assortment of Staple
'and Fancy Groceries.! t ' ". k
IS. B. CHEATHAM tSc CO.
novll to janlS
ai otu.i.r.or. ,u. nabhyixi.e, tknit.
noHE IXSDKASfCE COHPASY,
' or ysw tVrk.
Cfh and Asssts .' &t,m,K2
. , IIsMlE-ISSCnaVXCE, COMPANY,
CaHaland Assets .: St,.000
WASHINGTON IXSFKAJfCE, CO.
Or NEW TOKK,
r.rJl.l and AmtIs fgit.OOO
XtSxtSTK INSUBA5f CK ,COJIPAX Y.
OF HARTFORD, M t
Cash A.ts Vi 11,600,000
s.fr 1 .
Traveler's Accident Insnranc Co.,
f?F HAVTro RD
eapftalaad AsaUSfcA 1723,000
JlUks, and .Losses proapUy adjusted at 0U
OfflS? AUo,"appltctio2i ftjr Ltfa'-and Acddeat
risks In ths abors first cUss Oompaales.
Office of the Traveling Aseucr
St. Louis Mutual Life insurance Co.,
In the States of KeatocV. ud Tausassafc
Corner of Vint nnd Church asieaia,
At C. W. Smith's Drugstore, Nashville, Taaa.
ufcra-tf . JOUH D. KLINE, Arani.
'A T T'O B WA 'a' W
J M JMUAJX3 .
0FFI0K.,Nb. ,;i,'nerrT sweet nonsm
Deadtriek street, 'iepl-7
Soutlicast Coi'iior oi
'Ghuroli and College Streets,'
FOB WA RD IF Gi,
AND niULEUM IX
P R O U C E,
G It O
Flour, Baceny Xiard,!
DRIED FRUIT, Etc., E4c-
Orders fllied 'iritis Corn at llie Lunenl
Market Price. . 1
'blJR'LAttOtf WAREHOUSE enahlea'us lo'of-
fer superior inducements to Planters and others
Shipping their.Cotton nnd other Produce to nsl
on WQien we will maKe
Sell, Store, or Ship, on the moat
Favorable Terms. ' I
Parties favoring us with their. buineas may
depend on it receiving prompt and careful
attention. A. A. SPENCEK & CO
Southeast corner of Church and.College sts;
Saturday, Dec. 29, 1S66.
J. E. Gleaves, Adni'r, vs. tlie Heira and
Creditoro of V. K. Zollicofler, dec d
TN PORSUANCE OF DECREE 0E THE
X Chancery Court at Nashville in 'the- above
named cause, and by reason of the failure of tho
former purchaser to comply with the terms oi
the sale, I will again offer at public sales, at the
Lourt iiouse, on
Saturday ,', December AJfl, I860,,
The former residence of tho late Gen. F. K. Zolf
licoffer. fronting feet on High street, nod
running bacK 17U leet to an 13 loot auey.
Thi nronert v is weli knnwn.Tind is in the tnosl
desirable portion of the city forreaidenses. The
purchaser itHI be" put into fdssossion Immedir
atclv upon complying with tne terms ot sale.
The nurcheser will" be reanlred to 'raVone
foarth.CASII, and execute notes for the residue.
due at one and two years, with interest from the
day of sale, and a lien, will lie retained to secure
their payment, "ihosalets witnomrcuemption.
MORTON, B. HOWELL, C nnd M.
Janus T. Armstrong et als. vs. Robert M.
Porter et als.
TN IWttSITANCK OF DECREE OF TnE
A, Chancery Court at Nashville in the" abovie
named cause, I will sell at tho Court ,H3use at
Sntnrday, December S3, 1SC0,
Thii two Storo ITonses and Lots on the soul
side of tho Public Souare. at present occunieil
by Mike Powers and J. A. J. Rose as Clothing
Stores. These lots each front 25 feet, and run
back 30 feet, nnd are entirely covered with
The Tkbus op Sale aie $300 upon each lot
cash, and tho residue upon credits ot one anu
two years, xxotes required witn npprovcu seen
rity,' and a lien retained Salefree from re
demption. MORTON B. HOW KLl
decS-td Clerk and .Master.
Peter Anderson vs. McKoberts & McKee,
TN PURSUANCE OF DECREE OF THE
A Chancery Court at Nashville In above named
cause, I will offer at the Court House at Natn
Saturday, 'December 20, 1800,
Tho following Lots in the Craighead Plan, lying
five miles from .Nashville, on tnc ualiatm xurn
Lot No. 1. containing -33 acres and 19 poles,
and fronting on the Uallatin Turnpike, upon
which is sit Dated the old Craighead residence.
Lot No. 4, containing? acres and 122 poles, and
lying in tnorenr ot !olao.i
These are the lota formerly purchased by Dr.
.T O. Nflirnnn. :
TERMS Credits of 6. 12 and 13 months, with
interest from dav of sale. Notes reanired with
approved security, and a lien retained. Sale
free from redemption.
MORTON 16. HOWELL.
" decS-td Clerk nnd Master,
Lucy Ann Marshall and others vs. Walter
.Marshall anu otners.
IN PURSUANCE OF DECREE OF THE
Chancery Court at Nashville in nbovo named
canse. I will sell atthe court House at Kasn
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 29, 18CGj
The House nrid part of Lot Ko. 33.Tontio3
feet on Lino street, and running buck ICO foot
lying just auovo ilrs. i'eck s bpring." ,
Also. Lot lvimr back of above mentioned lot.
fronting 3Q feet, and extending back :!0 feet fo
Trenpard's lino, being part of Lot No. 37.
TERMS: One third Cash, and tho residue $ri
credits of six and twclvo months, with Interest
from day of sale, and a Hen retained. Sale'free
MORTON B. HOWELL. .
dccS-tds Clerk and Master
William Linscorab vs. S. E. Jones arid
TN PURSUANCE OF DECREE OF THE
A nimncerv Court ut Nashville in tho above
named cause, 1 will sell at the Court House ht
riasnviucon , j
Saturday, December 20, J1SC0, j
A Tract or LarJd hi" tho Second Civil Districts
D.viil.nn nnimlr. known aa "Elm Croiar." con-
tainlng SVi acres, and adjoining tho lands of the
old Franklin College. "
TERMS OFSALE-Credita of sit and twelve
months. Notes required with two approved
securities, and alien retained. Sale free, from
redemption. jiuitiui a. uvv r.uu. ,
decS-td Clerk and Mastcr
Noble D. Ellis vs. Susannah Moore and
TN PURSUANCE OF A DECREE OF. Til E
A Chancery Court at Nashville in, tho above
named case, I will again offer at public sale
laheCpjirthowe.aJNasnviiic1 on ,
Sntnrtlay, December 29th, iffoo,
ThanMiutrlrnirnnl 1)V thn IfltA firm of Ellis
i r t . I 1. .. I 1 1 rn CA..ll
iuoore. anu ,iuruiny unuci j ii,jj.i.uiuih
being iJota Nos. 9, 10 and 11. near the auena
V isia springs, ineeexioia irouv jurus
tliA lltinn vi.ln ttirnntlfo rond. iind run bock
between parallel lines 275 yards. Lot JJo, Jl,
contains Id acres and SiM poles, and has uppn.it
a well-built and beautiful Brick Cottage, con
taining nine rooms, and furnished with, all, the
modern improvements. Theout-housoa, smoke
house, stables, etc., are substantially built xf
brick. On Lot No. 9. is an Artesian well, which
furnishes an abundant supply of water. A plal
of these lands may be seen at my office. Purcha
sers are requested to examine the property.- It
is an elegant suburban residence, and th
grounds are well adapted for a Market Garden,
Nursery, etc. ...
TERMS. One-third of the purchase money in
cash, and the residue on credits of one and two
years, with interest from date. Notes required
with approved seenrity and a lien retained.
Sale free from redemption. ...,,
MORTON B. HOWELL.
Clerk nnd Master.
ANDERSON, JOHNSON A SMITH, Agents.
Beltie W. Lovell vs. Francis jf. MurrelU
IN pursuaneeofn decree of the Chancery Court
at Nashville, in above named case, I will sell
at the Courthouse, at Nashville, on
Satnrtlay, December 20,2800,
a lot on Spring street, in Edgefield, described as
follows: 'Beginning on Spring; street, at the
corner of & part of lot sold to Sam'I Sparkman,
and running thence along Spring street towards
the White's Creek Turnpike read. -10 feet to a
stone; thence at right angels from said street 143
feet to tho southern line f lot No. 2, in et
moro's plan of Edgefield; thence with said line
east 4Q.feet to Sparkman's corner: thence with
Sparkman's lino to the beginning."
TERMS: Six months credit, note required,
with two approved securities, bearing interest
from day of sale, and a lien retained. Sala freo
from redemption, MORTON B HOWELL,
doeS-td Clerk and Master,
Ellen Desha vs. Thomas Russell, et als.
TN FUSUANCE OF A DECREE OF THE.
A. Chancery Court at Nashville in tho abqve
named cause. I will sell at the Courthouse in
Saturday, Ileccniber so, 1SGG.
a tract of Und containing 75 acres, on the waters
Cf Indian and Mill Creeks in the sixth Civil
District of Davidson county, adjoining the
lands ofRobt, May field, John Briley.Tibitha
Bond, Newton Briley and others. See particular
description in Book No. SO. page fi37, of the
Register's office, . ...
TERMS OF SALE Six monthscredit. Note
required with two approved seenrities, and a
lien retained. Sale free from rjederaption.
MORTON a HOWELL.
dccS-td " Oerk and Master.
WE BESPEOW0LLT INVITE OtTK FRIEND&,
aodallpenoai visiting thseity ta call and ex- -ajalnaoarOoods
CioLhlnurnlshlnfr Goods Jewel rf,
BaforeVarcbWog eUwwhere. dejrmlnd
to cloa out, and guarantee "alUtactlyn Inutlj ot
goods and price of same. We hvfag , ,
stock to sBiiTqrn"fV,tui3ir;
And roascan prepare for the HOLIDAYS at,J
TBECV & I.UIELL.I
36 PotUc SquarvKsdivIUvTenn.
KLEUANT-ASSORTUKKU Of 'KVKKT
new and desirable. Our stock of
is unsurpassed by any In the coontij. Abo, every
thing new In
i. ; t r -i v .. i
TEltTFySlLK aiid CLOTH CLOAKS,
.. . 1111,1.111 j
UEOVES, ETC. ETC- ' l
In abort, crr'ry thlilg In on'rUne of btjalnWi tSughi
uiiuu iue inufli jaroraoiot icru
cannot fall to give 8,itlsfctiog
fiycrythliii,' We Sell is of the Best,
And willalwajs tors out.aarrr Twotrd.-
(.: - it.a lCiitirj'Ai kicic,
.' ' No. 55 College tret
ij42lf Sn-Sttfl,,, w :01d iland of n. C. JJaNniry i Co.
C A. Tt V E R.
GO XT ON '.GINS.
'pilE,, SUBSCRIBED ARE AUTHOR
1 izscl grnts for1 Ibe .sufe of Iho oele
E. CARVER COTTOX fillVS,
Ai, liiug and favorably known tlironghoot
f)m ciiHou growing Stat.n, in which the
null- tiHvn fur excpi'iletl those of my other
"uiHke, Ita 6npuri( rity i operation and in
qii ilil y of iut pro"iac ed, w a.ntwlf('ged
by tbn hioMt i Ua'outiai Cotton ' Unters
Meichaii k. and Ar.r.ufa'-tures
All ,' from 18 to 100 sawa each, conj
Btautiy"6u lland or famished from tho man
nfactory. ' ' '
'5ia.'8tnd fur Circular. ' '
't AXLEN &. HILL McALISTER'.
fei-p27-lf Nashville, Tennessee.
I'U N, T & go:
i t . '
no. iu union Mireei, s
jg-AVE.ON IIANDIA PINE.STOCKIOF.
JOHN B. EVERETT AND JOHN W.
MURRAY, who are carrying on the business
of the abovo firm, wonld respectfully call the
attention of thuir friends nnd of the pubho gene
rallv to this stock of NEW OOODS.
. Mr. Everett nnd Mr. Alurray are, and always
have been, residents of Nashville or its vicinity,
and consequently are. identified in interest with
tne people wnose patronage tney solicit. ;
Their house is the' same occunied Irr J. B
Everett nnd H. R. Buchanan for the period ?f
taurteen years previous to me war. xnev return
to the business asain. honinir to share the natron-
UDUI .SKUUIUkH fUUJIi. J.U IUCI1 UIU KltUUa,
and numerous customers they would say, "Come
and see us." believing that tho satisfaction here
tofore given will be a sufficient guarantee for the
5i. II. RACIER,
(Lato of Lanier, Phillips i Co.,)
Wholesale Grocer and Coauuission
NO. 3 SOUTH 9IARKET .STREET,
T HAVE JUST RETURNED FROM NEW
X York and Baltimore, where I purchased a
new stock of flrocoried. and am now opening at
my old stand. No. 39 South Market; street, where
I will be pleased to see my friends and tho pub
lic irehcralir. I shall endeavor to sell Groceries
at Bach prices that merchants will find it to their
interest to bay in Nashville instead of going
farther. Any business ontrusted to me will meet
-with riromnt attention. '
The following articles comprise a part of my
stock in storo ana recivmgj
Choice P. R. Sucar. extra Dcmerara, Suear.
Pnir to Good Demcrarn Sum. Crushed and
Powdered Sucar, Cut Loaf Sugar, Qround and
Granulated sugar. A, 11 and J Cenee bugar.
Stuart's .Extra syrup, unoico itio uouee, i.a
guyra Coffee. Old Government Java Coffee,
choice Rico, Wheeling Nails, Beo Hive Syrup,
Clear Sides. Cheese. Ponncr. Raco Ginccr. Snice,
Fire Crackers, Star Candles, Soap, Concentrated.
Lye, Indiito, Madder, uurKee s icast .rowaer.
Ground Mustard, 1'epper, bpice, etc.r ana
general stock of Liquors ; Copper and Load
all of which will be sold low to t
o tne trauc.
L.H. LANIER. i
JOHN D. JAMES, .
(Lata of the firm of Tajca, James & Co., ,
1 Wholesale !roccr
NO. 6 SOUTH 3IARKET STREET,
NASHVILLE, TENNE33P.E. I
-.toV KKCBIVINn A LARGE l6t OP GkI
1M' ceries, consisting of Flour, Dacon, Siigar,
Coffee, etc J
Special attention given to the sale and shipment ot
uottonana otner rnxiuc. ocir-ii
LeMOIWE & WILLIAMSON,
Office Jo. 11 N. Cherry St, nearChura
T.'O. BOX 375.'.
PLAn3, 'Specifications and estimates
promptly executed. A variety of Drawings br
Cottages, Villas, Hot House, Gardens, Talks, etc.,
to suit all localities and tastes 'can be seen at thU
John Klikman. Geo. 8. Kinney. R. tl. Thompson,
"VT, T. Berry, A. J. Duhcan, Itobert Thompson, ahd
MaJ.W. B. Lewis. an --
C PF.firFICATIONS AND WORKING DRAW
O INGS.made with or without superintendence
UUice, at tno Maxwell Mouse.
John Ovkbtok,, J. Ji McCasK.
W. D. FctTOX, H 11. East.
AKER0YD & D0BS0N,
A R O H I T E C T S,
n. w. con. curjRflir and nion sis., !
Nashville, - Tennessee
PLANS, ELEVATIONS, SECTIONS,- EULL
afted Detail Drawings and Specifications, com
plete aud entire, (with or without superintendence,)
for every clam of Xcclealiutlcal, Oltlt aud Domestic
nc Also, designer! of (
jrohuments, Stained Gloss, aud Polo
H. M. AKER0TD
v. K. doiison
FRENCH BURR MILL
MILL SPINDLES. MILL MACHINERY','
'oratl descTitAionsiSteanuEnglnes. Saw and
t 'Mills, HoOtrug Screws. Smut Machines,
Belting and Bolting Cloth. Screen Wire. Mill
Picks. Plaster of Pans, always On bsxdJand made
to order, ' All work sold by me warranted. I also
contract for the erection of Flouring Mills.
Corner ofColle&re nnd&rond.SCreeta,,
ATa&ctffc, - T nrnetsc t. j
ROBERT L. CARUTKERS, JB
tTAS PERM A"N ENTLY SETTtKDjjfASH
XX VILLK. wherehc will pursue the'prattiea,
of the Law In all the" Courts of the cityOffic on
College elreet, over tho Bank of the Dnjon.
adjMning the office of CecTliKa iUoorKa
jsderon Joseph L Jon
.-. ,gf; ,(Litb ov acocsTi, ogonti'
I ESPULl, , ""iW
flfEce at hit residence No.'T.f
North VWe street.
nov2I lm --
DEHjOTffiLE cc 00.
Wholesale and Retail
1 1 ff
IJYESTiJFFS, Etc Etc. Etc.
Lubin's ExtraeU. Fine Soaps,
Hair.. Tooth, and Nail.Brushe!r
Combs. Toilet Powder,
. x Pejnadea of almost every variety.
A1- a largo stock of Toilet Sets, comprising
.cuw-u.q uiuercoi paiiercs, mo unest asso
ment ever brought to tho city. J
We hara.n full sii&lr nf T .nl ri;i T tr,..i r
Coal Oil. White Lead and Zines. Turpentine, and
.iiuuuniiius, imi sixes,; woiors in un ; wucn
we aro offering on the-mostreasonshle term
Brandies. Wines, Whiskies, of he purest qual
ity for medicinal .purposes.
A full stock of Cigars and Tobacco,' of the best
Coopers; Sheet and Shred-IsinglassCoxe's Gela
tine Flavoring Extracts, Spices of all kinds ; to
n.iivu mc uiieuuoQ oi nouseKeepen is at tnu
uiuu runiruiany inviieac
'EDrwiflDEE A' '65,
,.f.' I t MM
' lit - r . it .
l 1 'i)iua Jte-liit
K HATE KF.MOYKDTO OUlt.NF.W
And Spacious WarehonseMarble Front.
Xortk Side of Main street,
NEARLY OPPOSITE LOUISYILLE HOTEL.
OXE DOOR BKLDW TJtK (JQBJfEK OF SIXTH.
Where wo have opened an entirely new stock of
Goods.- and willoSer to the trade, together "with"
DRUGS AND MEDICINES,
A varied assortment ot
Liquors, Cigars, andToba'cco,
Comprising the most complete. assortment in
one' Tioujc in this country. All of which wo
shall offer at manufacturers', andlesslhan manu
factnrers1 prices., - mirol dly
B S. Hamiltojc. James R. Obeex.
Late James R. Green i Co,
B. S. HA;MILTOir;& ' - GREEN,
' ko. 25 church: street,
ARE NOW RECEIVING, IN ADDITION
to their, present stock, per steamer Havana,
75 bags Coffee, all grades
75 hogsheads Sugar; , ,
M hnrrel Cftffco Sairar:
20 barrels Crushed and Powdered Sugar ;
a) barrels uranuiatcu sugar;.
200 barrels choice Flour '""
50 H barreUNos-I. 2 and $ Mackerel
lUOkits do. dp. do.
5 drums Codfish;
50 boxes Herrinrsr . --
20 eases Indigo and Madder ;
10 bags Pepper and Spic?;,-...
1UU DOIC3 lODftCCO; (. ; ,
100 doien Buckets and WashUbards;
76 boxes Cheese;
60 nests Tubs: - o
50 kegs English Soda ; . ,., k
25 boxes English Soda;
200 boxes Star and Tallow Candles ;
'100 boxes Soap; -- ' -
20 kega Syrup; very choice; i ..
100 reams Papor;
50 boxes and half boxes Raisins.
100 boxes Fire Crackers;
10 boxes Torpedoes.,
Snuff. Oysters. SardinesCanned Fruits, Brandy
Peaches, Pine Apples, Nutmegs, Cloves,' dinger.
Flasks. Jars, Brooms. Pepper Sauce, Tomato
Catsup, Jellies, etc., etc.
, We also invite attention topur large, stock of
Robertson nnd ltourbon wiusuien.
Qfd Port. Sherry and Madeira Wines, Cbam
pagno, Brandlejt. Rum, Oin, ahd the. celebrated'
We are conitantly-rcpleniahtng, our stockand
are determined to sell as Jow as any. house in the
city fot CASH.
II. H. 1TAMII.TON GREEN.
i Y VTRTIIK OF A FI. FA. TO ME DIRECT-
ed and delivered, from the Circuit Ceurt of
sale, to the highest bidder, forcash. at thej Court
. . . , 1 1 . . i Ml" o.m
mviaaon couniv. ienn.. x win eiDose 10 ouoiic
House uoor in tno city ui xaauvuii:, on cia'a
URDAY. the 22d day of December, 1300, ill the
right, title,-claim, interest and estate which
; Jasoa H.JVnstin hatia .thn, following described
tractor riarcefof tSnd,"?0unded as follows: On
the north by WnrrH:'Hogans-'and QeOrgo Rich
ards'. on the west by Mrs. Young's and Dinal
Olaik's, on the south by J. Roache's heirs, on
"the east by James Halloway and Mri. Wright
130 ACRES, mcrro or less; being the land
on which the said Jason II. Austin now lives,
levied on as the property of said Austin, to sat
isfy said execution in my hands for collection
against Jaraea H. Charlton. Jason II. Austin,
and Thomas A. Harris, in favor of (leorge Rich
ards NovemberO, 1806.
,i , . . , . ; , A m PATTERSON. Sheriff1.
By Jno.U. BcBKK.SpecialjDfPUty.r
decl-td ' ' . .
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
FANCY QE0CERY ' STOKE,
, , . Nov l'orDi. yirrrj-,itrc.t .
NASH V tl.I.K - - TK.VSKSSKK, ,
KI1EP co.V8TirrLy- ov- hjhd-a labor
aud complete auartinent of everything le
their line o( ibe
VEBY DtHT fjUAI.lTT.
, .j ..iwV S i v rw , -. :
Importers" 'of, FI e", and Gonuin
(Icrmnn, . i
' " " " - - Prvneli
V1!VK AM.IilUlaS, ' ' '
li.U OtmttH. -AlK, on iraiul. the belt
. : OHKWIMI .TOBaCoa - Ijll-l'y
; "! r. : :
A AH ll
HAVING SOLD TO UESSKiOUn BROS. OUR
stack of Orocerlea, Liquors, etc., Iwa.tak plea
sure In recommending tliem to our frienda and cna-.
toniera aa erery way worthy of tWr cenfidenca and
patronage. ' -8TBATTON,-OirErf EY EOr. .
cetltla. : '
A genu ibr the sale of tABREl ItlCT. fiHEET
1NCS, HepatUs and Rich la ad M anuturtrring
- Compaay's CQTTON YARKS.etc.,.
Si R Corner Jfartct and Broail Sts.
- t- -
S A 8 Il-V J L L K ,r . -
Bare reopened is the idJt rpaclont WkrJoe
wlwre t'bey hare enlarrrd facllltlet -far the i turns
and rata of Cation and Frudae" gnerUrvi J har
ing.Jn,addlUon to rrcast heavy pnrchaaea in Eaatern
markers, boagUt the rxteoiire itocE of Jinfrs
they an prepared Xa cSVr to the trads Bnuscal n-
Porelsrn anil IJoiuratlc Vlnrj anil
, !" Uitq uo.; iKir ., IKtc
Llaoe buvrs wlH fiJ it t their Interest te call
Or&riiefWpanM with the eaah will meet proaipt
MrAe? Bfos5lnd Market streeU, XashvtU.
setl(-3m ' v - J
WE ARE NOW INRECEIPT OFA LARGE
17,.-lire S,nf4Ws.vlj ofFAIiCY.GOODSaof
.rphish gdnetican manufactura'cont
aft TT J r IK
1 ' TOR
Seven allies of XnxuvlUcj
itPHE UNDERSIGNSD OFFERS FOR SALri
, 1 1.000 Acres of the Tract of Land n which;
sion. is exceedingly rich, and is cspeclfclly
adapted to Grasses One-half of the tract
U non in luxuriant grass, the balanee in timber
which, by the aid of the Northwestern Railroad,,
which passes through it. could be sold In Nashv
ville for mnre than the whole land wonld cost.
If you desire on? of the beat Mtoclt Jt'armsi
ever offared for sjIo in Davidson county, apply
at once. I ata determined to sell. '
I offer, also, a large number of TlioroUKiM
bred Stock several fiae Stallionsrom,four
to six years old. a few Mares', and a, number of
onennd two year old -Oolts some f them in,
fine condition to be trained the next season.
1 the Stallion aro not sold soon, they will be;
farmed qn favorable terms. l
!I also offer for sale pair of noronjrli.
bred Geldings, well marched and broketo
Harness. W. G. IIAKD1NO, ?
December 8, lSoo.'-tr ' ,
vThe Louiiville Courier, Augusta Constitationi
hiUt. Mobile1 Advertiser affd Register, cony to
the amount ofJ3) ahd forward bills to this Office.
Great Cliancery Sale
Qen. "W. Barrow's Houses and Ibti
DECREES OF TnE
X'Chaneery Court in the consolidated
consolidated cases nf
J. u, Kendnok and others v. . UarrowI will
sell at public auction, on the premises, on
Thursday, December 27,1300, .
the three fino dwelling houses on Cherry "street,
nfifctl near the corner of Gay street. Theao
houseware well built, conveniently loeated-for
business men, and each house contains six good
rooms, besides kitchen, servants' rooms, eta.
ALSO, tho three small dwelling houses" in tho
rear of the above, on Oar street. Each of these
houses oontains six rooms, and is well suite' far
ALSO, the vacant property on the earner of
hummer ana Lino streets, low property will
be divided into six lota four en Summer street
and two on Line street. Two of the Summer
street tots front each 35H feet, and run back 125
foot. The Other two front each 35 feet, and run
back 175 feet. The lots on Line street front 25
feet each.and run baok 71 feet.
THE TERMS of rale of all this property will
be one-fonrth cash, and the residue on credits
of six, twelve, eighteen and twenty-feur monthi.
with interest frem day of sale. Notes required
'with personal seenrity, and lien retain d. Sale
.free from redemption. M. B. UOWELL.
C HANG EST
:!;S A L E "J
VAT.lfABIiE PROPERTY 1ST
BY VIRTUE QF A DECREE OF TIlEHon
orablo Chance'17 Court at Columbia, Ter
ncssee, at the September Term thereof 1S0C, in the
ease bf J. Ot Church vs. James M. Harwell. I
will proceed to sell to the highest bidder at the
Court-house in the town of Columbia, on Satur
22il liny of December next,
That valuable property known as the
Methodist School Property
Situated in tho town of Columbia. Maurr conntr.
Tennessee, containing about seven acres of land.
upon which there is a
. SPLENDID BUILDING,
And other improvements, will suited for Sehool
purposes; and tho same will be sold en a credit Of
one, iwonnu lurcoyc.irs, triLuiuiureM iruui uaic.
Except the sum of $6 0 in cash. The purchaser
required t execute note with approved security
and a lien retained fortho purchase money, and
-Will bo sold freo from nehtot redemption.
noll-td J. L. WILLIAMS, C. and M
150 TOWN LOTS.
ri'HE TULLAU0SIA TOWN C0MPANT
On tlie 31st Day of December,
Offer at public sale, and continue from day to
day until nil aro sold, all these beautiful Lots
heretofore reserved and unsold, and which are
eligibly situated forfnmlly residence?, and many
'convenient inr Dusineea nouses.
. To those who desire a summer residence, or a
delightful dwelling place, this sale presents great
attractions. The locality of Tnllahoma, with a
rtonulatien of from 800 to 1.000 inhabitants, on
the Nashville and Chattanooga Railroad, at the
terminus of the McMinnville and Manchester
Railroad, in Coffee county, and on the table lacd
of the-Mountain Diitrict of Tennessee, is of un
surna&sed salubrity and tileatantncss. All the
.comforts and appliances of high civilization, of
an 'orderly, well regulatcdmoral and religions
community, and good schools: the purest of
water, cbalybeate and suipuur, tn tne town suo
THE TERMS OF SALE ' 1
Are a credit of six or twelvemonths, except- thi
sum of'ten per cent-to be paid down on day of
gale. Band and security roauired. and a lien on
the lots.retaiced. Maps of the town and of the
lots tor sale to be seen on application 10 me at
my nousirin xuunnoma. .
WM. M00RE, Agent,
decll-td Tnllahoma, Tcnn.
SMITH, P&RKES &STIRK
COTTON AND TOBACCO
No. 3 .South Market Street,
A. I.. S1I1TH
Logan county. Kentuekv.
TH03. paries, late W.J. AT. Parkes.
a. b. 8TABC, Tuscaloosa, Alabama.
TTAVINO TAKENTIIE ABOVE WARE
XX HOUSE, wa are prepared to do a General
Commlstien Business; and will eep constantly
on nana a large supply 01
niLVl.V. Etc., Etc.,.
For tho Trnde at LOW PRICES.
It is a generally admitted fact lhat the plantiow
adopted in Tobacco sales of sellinir at Amrriox.
rescrringJhe privilege otlrejeeting the best bid if
notsnttslactory to tne flanter, nas given mors
satisfaction, and uniformly caused Produce to
Sell Higher than Any Other Method,
and believing that I hij will prove equally as satis
factory in Cotton as Tobacco, Messrs. Smith,
Parkes It Stark, of Nashville, Tennessee, have
concluded Uf adopt this plan.
ITS ADVANTAGES ARE NVHEUOVfC
It draws together all (he buyers in thb and
many other markets, the competition between
whom insures the highest market price for each
bale offered. Baeh bale is before the buyer, so
that he can see its condition, with a sample-fully
drawn, shewing its quality.
-53- The owner either in person, or through
his agent, has the right to reject the sale when
the price is not satisfactory
These advantages are secured to the Planter
,wth the same expense of selling as unda the old
nyVtem. Tho universal satisfaction given" all
who bare ever teteu this system proot that tells
is par excellence the best that ean be had.
COMMERCIAL INSURANCE CO.
the Unlldlng of
of the rjhlon.
t .Ml l
I III.- UMIPAKV. EisTADLISUSB 1N119M
1 huarna llo&Haw. Veaatl. la ert. Msrthan.
dlw, UrOlM)il rumllui, and itliur preptrty, en
Ibe nut litwMl Urma. Mkr2laMita, kad Inlaad
tUka Ukm at krweat rata.
OaT Lowua librrally arsted and prwapllypnM by
E. C. McKiitr.
C. E. HiUxav.
Jxe. II. Ewix,
. K 0 I TfTB o Tsojr,
K. C. McNAIRTrPrerident.
W. n. Evans,, .
6. S. Maciv,
. V, UlfKri, StcreUry. sapKmsp
I.nmhpr f l.innliflr!
.. . . .
rnui uwiiuia aa.ui.un
Pis. Draal rioerfof.
60,000 uWgia Yellow Plna rhieglea, Is Inches
Liairl tDtmrlTed'aHd sr aak br
W. It. McFAKLAKD A CO.,
nov21-lm N. TS Nerth CeHeg itreet.
. - . i i - -
M a r j ii eJl waiid XX e
Under the new charter. Is now open ffliu
AT NO. H NORTH . COLLEGE SIRE
Ifextdeor'to $Pf ofiUnWrtfeet?'
JOSEPH W. A1XEJT,
A. W. Bimxit, atccreinry.
John M. HR!.
C. A. R. Thompson,
Daniel F. Carter,
John. B, Jahnsan. '
R. B. Cheatham.
Josepn W? Aliens I-
Joseph C. Rye.,
UNTS .U R.AF'ANO.E
GENERAL COLLECTING AGENT,
Office. Martin 3c Pickard. East Side Public
Square, Columbia. Tennessee.
TS PREPARED TO MAKE ADVANCES ON
X Cotton and Ship to the most reliable Commis
sion Houses in New York, Cincinnati, New Or
leans, and Nashville. Orders for COTTON or
other Produce will receive prompt attention.
, Collections made, and proceeds remitted
promptly JOSEPH C. RYE.
Important to Travelers and Shippers
I.OIHSYITXE AND THE EAST
GREA,T WESTERN RAILWAY'
(broad qacoe) ' .
I now in full nnd successful opVstibn
from, .Cmsinriati. tq Jtfcw York .Eastern,. &c.,
And Is the only direct routs to th
Oil Regions of Pennsylvania.
Connections are made with
Jeffersonville and Ohio and Mississippi Railroad,
via Seymour, Jeffersonville and Indianapolis and
Col. Rrailroad. via Urbanai Louisville and. Lex
ington and Kentucky Central Railroad, via Cin
cinnati : U. S. Mall Line Steamers via Cincinnati.
Two Throutrh Trains Daily.
Passengers by the Broad Gauge Railway fecure
wide and comfortable cars, quick time, and sure
Throurh Tickets and Baggage' Cheeks ean bo
procured at all the principal Railroad and Steam
boat officers ia Aonlsville and the South.
D. McLAREN, Qeal Sup'C
B. F. "FULLER. Gent Ticket Aient-
I. D. Cole, Passenger Agent, No:2 Fourth street
w v. uolliib, reignt Ag nt, Liouisville. Jvy.
. marll lr
17I VE IfUXDHED ACUES, 1.YI5IG
X? on. Duok river, in Hickman county. Tcnnes
eee, about One Hundred and Twenty-five acres
cleared, balance well timbered. Tho whole ad
mirably adopted to the culture of Cotton Corn, etc.
. . . . ALSO;, .,
1.200 Acres, Finely Timbered, Tennessee
bottom Lands, about twenty' mile above John-
aonvlllo. Apply to, or address '
nov20 lm Nashville, Tennessee.
First class Note Paper at $i 00 .per ream.
'First class Letter Paper, at Jl 00 per ream.
' First class Foolseap'Paper, at $4 00 per ream.
First class Legal Cap Paper, at $6 00 per ream
French Note Paper, la K roam boxes. ?f 00 pa
room. WM. GAMBLE A- CO..
ho&oMf 25 Chorry street
40,000 bojf it1
Bosi French copytngTnk,
(pnrpfe.) 31 25
Best French eopjing'lnk, purple, at75pt. bot
liest iilacK. lnavai we.
. nt. not.
Arnold's Inks; qts, pts. Bot. 4ox,.and 2o. ,
!. noz.oz, ana 11.
ENVELOPES, at Manufacturer! Prieej, transtj
portation only added, a large swelfnfAF
size, ana-qua.it.es. . , .
nov20 tf , 25 College street
HE LARGEST STOCK OF BLANK BOOKS
in the city.
Medical Books, and all kinds of
Stationery, at prices lowennau any oiu aiii
,f .. ' : .t u
WM. GAMBLE J: C0t
26 Cherry street.
dot Calf Pocket Booki, at S5-S0 per'dox.
Ah -Moroeo PBskel Books at 4' perdol.
' 30 d'ox. Moroco Pocket Books, at $5 00" per dci
400' Pfiotogf aph Albnms. 18 picturo at 40 eentf .
ifWgrosa EsterbrooVi Steel Pens, at 75c ir. fro.
WM. UAMUUbj .
dbv20-lf a? Cherry streeL
"for SALE. .
THB SPLENDID PROPERTY ONTKNNEiJ
SKE RIVER, known aa the
Lone Island Plantation.
containing BIX HUNDRED AND FORTY
ACRSitof which about two;, hundred aeres are
cleared and In cultivation, four hundred acres
are on the Island In the Tennessee river, orer
which the Nashville and CbattanoogaBailroad
.passess. About. sixty acres sjra inv
of tbe river, ana inctuaingsome oi '""'
Ing sites in the town or Bridgeport: The sell u of
the very riehest quality of river bottomland, and
will produce la great aounuaacet.uuiiuufiwi'u
and (Irs.. This property must ultimately become
of greet value. It will be sOId ror Vasn. or on
accommodating terms. For further Information,
apiiy to HrtRftN. TniittsoN k sMrrn.
Real Estate Agents, NwhrHle-'
1x3. f. P.ibr,
w. p. LATEaOt.
Pace, La7ender & Harpeiv
Cotlon and. Tobacco Factors.
General Commiuion Merchants,
IVO. 30 tuion'SirVet,1 .
. JtEW OUI.EANM, LA
. JOHN OHLY, .
Has perraaneuUyiloaated at
HO. 13 NORTII CI1XRRT KTIjr.ET.
Jit has just received from New York, one of tk
finest STOCKS OF qOODS.erer brooght toth
eity. ; feblt-
. w. lewis,
a. D. WIST,
JLewiSj Comingore & West,
NO 31 PEBD1DO, STEEET,
(FACTORS' ROW J
3 West Third street.
G E 21 E E A-1
aWrrr asictiie n0N0R,TO in-
i xx i;oKii
-a-a. xuni nw tuo, irienu-auu.
. rjrmer palroBi. that, bis serfiees
('ire atthelreeiiralha. aftb otlee
iof. tho- UaltrU "Ntatea Wnrvcror or.Cna
. . HIUU, . T" , i c U ... "...J MUM w,wrv,.m OU.
(Botd i PgxiLta' old'ofaeet NaihTUle,Tcna.
J not! 2a ,-j ' 1! " '
JaSa A. McOlnre,
ttit Union Street,
Arid WhalaaaU asd. XeteUnaaW ttt t
riALlfOS, O R GA.2TS A Jfl
SaiKM-jLod,, U.Oale A Co.
OA. andtlen. Ai NlaM.' - - - - 1
aMeJodea. seWil ration IW. sMiWwm-
Miae bein the oldast an hWt Xllll'Hfcw
in the eeantry, pareaasen eaa atwan fed A
axsajt ateek to select rre.
uraen aiiea wttb 1
DTOmMaata. d alifatlri
iN.ll. .Mr. S. 1IAHN. th wali-i
and Piano Tuner, and lUfmtrar. Wg1ed by
rae. uipauug o an aaW ef Msmeoi laatra
raenU. dM at say how. a4 yeaqeoaMe rate.
oetat m f
. FARN&W0RTH & GLARE,
Corner Cherry nnd tfnihn St.
Hartford Iusurnuce Qo.,
Cash AastN .-. rf..!iflf180
Arctic Insurance Company
, Or SBTTOK. ,
Cash Assets... $56fc(K) 00
North' American rhtirancc'Co.
Cash Assets 5781,i 57
Columbia JiiHuruncO' .Co.
Cash .Capital. ..-.......,.-...,..f0jp 00
Continental Insurance 'tfb.
Cash Assets.'. !...$LOiy
Security Insurance Company
Company, -,h f
Cash Awct $l,Mn,000 00
, ... .,: . M
r OSSES PROMPTLY ADjySTaU) AND
lJ paid at this offiee. Maris and1 Sre'Rfeki of
all classes accepted at ratssfsfadttatede the tin
Wo offer a medium af Mfe and available hi
demnltrsocond te none. -
Kt lerh!ieatL0WHSTRAT86 with bb
restriction! as to travel ar laWluue. 1
CUT S T O KlE.
. . .. i
JTciTcrsoii, St., North Nash rille,
ARE PREBARBD TO TAKR MtXRACTTS
for all woik ia their liaa atlkaj Mowing
named prleer ' "
For rubbed or d rev 3 SOU or Stav. per-su-
m ... ... . A. n .
For bush hammered wrk.d9 - '1 oo
For Flagging; d 75
For Curbing per running feet
HUGHMcGREA & GO.,
a i .rj '
-Ooifeoniand' ToBaoco .Baoiors,
ORVWI i-XD .COMMIIOK
1 '.ii ;, . j i . '-." rt(
Strceti - -i-
. : ' ...
rpHH UNDBR8IGNKB HA VINO TAKEN
X the above Warehouse, wW parehase aad
sell (Jptton, To baaed, Baeos, LartLef aay other
Prodnce. on CdmmBston. PlffSfert rSrVrisif us
.with their business may rer oa gettinrsheihlgh
est market priee for their J'roda?, Our wargM
will bo as low as any hoo irr the Mr ' Sfteald
our old friends favor us with, wwlafu y Qcmct ies.
tbeymay rely on having goods' parelfaieu at the
lowest market nricaa. Wa wiU,ffwetswrattestt8s
o goods forwarded to us from okWip-
jicra may ray on oaring ineir gevos jarwarueu
primptly by the first train or beat aJeer1 'their ar
rival.. Our office U en Market street, where th
old books r Unan McCasu A. Osaa be. feuad
Hoping for a share ef puWte pa rcanage'.-we sub
scribe ourjel res; Cl. 1. Aji-'t
ianlS HUGH MeCftfiA A CO.
, A CARD.iu
We respeetfully Introduce to W 'IHeads
our successors in ittafaees, Ucoh MeCaai A Ce.
who continue tbe Ceumiaekui busnwg at er
stand. No. AS SouU Market Stteet. '
Our Own tftfiee is No. S Ottfbge Street,' where
we hope all parties? who are fndsblAl ta ad wM at
onae cfall an.1 pay their aegnanly sowhiu, and aH
parties who have any claims "Tjjatt "i -If pr"
r payment, as w wmwetPsrap ur
: business at an earir day.
- f U 1 7&J t
Janu Jy A
' 4 aj.
CO,TTONT:. AND. TtxBACCO
FACTO X'S .
No; 11 Rroiid St. IfashvlHc,
TTAVINO 30L Ol'R BrfKft .fflKlt" OK
XI Greris.ta MOia A- SWl. imM mi
future parche and aefl
COnOH &H TOBACCO
If 5 w
ALL KINDS 0F PRDSllCE
ENTIRELY ON COMMIscHcNai
PUators may Taly npar best tffert tnobU
the SIIOIIENT JIAKUKT HlVTHH hf
tlieir Produce. And aliHrM er ieifesfcTorui
with orders fer Oreeerie. they rasy retratard
of having rlf parekasfd at th IXOWHIT
Haviag one of tb large-it wafetiatMria the
city, our f-ilU; f..r Dm KTOBA,On or
COTTO.V .UDTdBA CCO li.ityi tjjiil by
any h,e ia Hie owfh. W JitMtf jpB !(
oa haad a large tS$Bixjf BjMSnia 'AND
HOPE, aad veTtad f IKON THIS, ,
bieh We iirWB EsMrtsVaVnaUe UrM.
"V Hill umkeillift matter erRereUiic
nd FortvsrUitss tiooda ia .Nneetnlty
In oar bualness, aad all Qoadawasighed le
us for Be .Shipruen twill fee Ht, Btow'arrlr
at the VharferDpat, prwsptty fwward at tk
leait expense to the owner. -s u t
iSPk aasaaaWKdSLt JL
. i wn i
gardea as supra